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>> thank you for finding that, made me smile. that is all the time we have tonight. check out the new podcast, laurain graham.com. take it from here. shannon: that is what i am like with the air conditioner. it feels so good. thank you so much. we begin with a fox news alert. and exclusive in just minutes. he will hear from mike pompeo on ramping up pressure on iran and his answer to claims by beto o'rourke that benjamin netanyahu is a racist. the growing list presidential contenders planning to skip a pro-israel conference after progressive advocacy groups pressure the white house contenders. donald trump signed an executive
or linking college responsibility is protect free speech on campus to billions in federal funding after conservative activist was attacked at uc berkeley. we begin with kristin fisher covering all the president's foreign-policy developments. >> a lot of moving parts on the foreign policy front. donald trump is proposing reversing decades of american policy and violating a un resolution by saying the us should recognize his relapse authority over one of the world's most disputed territories. >> it has been a very hard decision for every president, no president has done it. this like jerusalem, moving the embassy to jerusalem, golan heights is the same thing. for years of the presidents of campaigns, said this is sovereignty, this is security, this is about regional security. >> reporter: the innocent came the same day mike pompeo visited
the western wall with prime minister benjamin and yahoo, first time a top us diplomat has ever gone with senior israeli officials to the holiest place where jews can pray. a signal of the trump administration's tacit support of israeli sovereignty over another contestant site. mike pompeo will be in lebanon later this week and he was in kuwait yesterday, the same day the last isis stronghold in syria fell. according to local media the pentagon is pushing back on those reports. up and it amounts to a series of dramatic if not unprecedented moves by the trump administration to shore up support for israel and counter iran's influence in the region. house democrats are still fixated on getting their hands on the private conversations between donald trump and vladimir putin but the white house counsel is refusing to comply with their requests for those documents. in a letter to house democrats
he said no one would know for leader would engage in conversations if they were subject to public disclosure or disclosure to committees of congress but democrats think is the latest example of the trump administration rejecting legitimate congressional oversight and this is a battle that will going to continue regardless, you will see this any day. could have been today. shannon: 57 minutes left in this day on the east coast. the growing number of democratic presidential contenders say they will skip a pro-israel conference after liberal group moveon.org called for a boycott. good evening, david. >> reporter: those democrats staying far away from that conference, some blaming it on
benjamin netanyahu. the trump administration says many problems begin in washington. bernie sanders, elizabeth lauren, kamala harris, beto o'rourke, john delaney, julian castro and pete buttigieg will skip the conference at howard shultz who is yet to announce a white house bid though he is considering it. the news comes as moveon is calling on all the presidential candidates to skip the gathering. blaming it all on israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu, a close ally and friend of donald trump will be in washington for the conference. 's visit comes as he faces his own problems back home including possible indictment for fraud and bribery. he denied wrongdoing and hints democrats should be focused not on netanyahu but a member of
their own party. >> with the dark wave of anti-semitism rising europe and the united states, all nations especially those in the west must go to the barricades against bigotry. we in the united states and anti-semitic language even in the halls are on capital. >> reporter: congresswoman omar criticized a pack and her comments were considered anti-semitic. omar has been linked to the bds movement. >> there's only one word for it, anti-semitism. let us call out the bds movement for what it is. >> reporter: fox news reached out for comment. a spokesperson in a statement told us, quote, our focus for the conference has been congress, and someone will be speaking. vice president mike pence and secretary of state mike pam pao -- pompeo will take the stage.
the conference begins sunday and runs through tuesday. there are several candidates that we haven't heard from yet and it is possible we will see more staying away from aipac which begins in a few days. shannon: lebanon is the next step for mike pompeo where he will step up pressure on iran and regional ally hezbollah but stereo controversy during a trip to jerusalem and 2020 candidates are sensing weakness with the trump administration's diplomatic efforts. the secretary of state joins us from jerusalem, thank you for your time. we will talk about your important work in the region because so many things are hanging in the balance but news out of venezuela overnight, there were raids involving juan guaido's chief of staff, claims that guns were at his residence and he was taken into custody.
you tweeted the us condemns -- the chief of staff, we call for his immediate release. we will hold accountable those involved. in what way? >> we think we understand how this went down and those involved, we will make sure the world knows who those people were, we will do what we can to hold them who engage in this conduct that is antithetical to what the venezuelan people have demanded in venezuela. we will do all we can to hold individuals accountable and those who conducted this activity and those who ordered. shannon: are you worried about a tipping point or loss of momentum as people are in horrific conditions and the accounts, the pictures of gotten out of the rest of the world, but there are those who remember the green revolution in iran and worry about where this is going.
>> the trump administration has behaved the opposite of the way the obama administration behaved. instead of shunning the people we have supported them. instead of denying the rights of the people of iran we are supporting the rights of the people of venezuela. we are going to stay the course. there are multiple elements to this effort, political moment, the economic element, desperately trying to get humanitarian assistance to the people of venezuela. we are committed to helping venezuela, the region deny maduro the opportunity to engage in this thuggish behavior that is so harmful. we are determining to achieve this outcome and optimistic we can get there. shannon: joe biden toying
heavily with a 2020 run. is meeting with world leaders and talking about that. politico has this. there headline is world leaders tell biden we need you citing his long foreign-policy track record and commitment to the transatlantic alliance, some of the leaders echoing views from across the continent told biden his return to the white house would be a way to restore western alliances that donald trump has dramatically fractured. your response? >> that is ridiculous on its face. i suppose it's campaign rhetoric we will continue to hear about, the truth is just the opposite. look at the coalitions this administration has built up. we engaged in north korea with the toughest global sanctions from every member of the un security council and having the most successful diplomatic action in north korea. we've done both. we build a coalition against isis of over 80 countries and we are hours or days from the destruction of the caliphate. we build a coalition of 60 countries to push back against the threat from the islamic
republic, a threat the previous administration simply ignored. the vice president's administration put iran on a path almost guaranteed them a clear path to nuclear weapons and tomorrow i travel to lebanon pushing against hezbollah cleaning up for with previous administration failed to do. shannon: you said you want to talk to leaders in the government at a them there are ways that you say they can be extricated from the threat from iran and hezbollah but hezbollah is a key major player there. they are heavily intertwined with all the inner workings of lebanon so how do you propose to change that equation? >> they most certainly are. your statement is accurate, this effort is important to the place i'm sitting here today in jerusalem and israel, important to the united states. it is part of our effort against
iran. we are going to talk to the lebanese government about how to extricate themselves from this problem and the risks of having has been intertwined in the government, the risk it presents to the lebanese people. beirut is a wonderful city and lebanon is a once rich nation. we hope to restore that. the lebanese people deserve that and we want them to know america is prepared to support that effort help them disentangle and disengage from the terrorist organization hezbollah. shannon: and the key aim you have throughout the region, kuwait, israel, all your visits is to talk about and push back the influence and threats of iran and designating the iran revolutionary guard and others as terrorist organizations. there's been some pushback on that the new york times reporting under plans by mike pompeo, would dismayed iran's
military and islamic revolutionary guard as an organization, the first instance of the us designating a unit as a terrorist group. american officials said it could put us troops and intelligence officers at risk, similar actions, there are those in the pentagon and cia which you use to lead who don't think it is a great idea. what do you thursday? >> i'm not going to go ahead of us government decision on any designation and don't intend to respond to every new york times article but as we push back against iran ucs designate militias inside iraq and senior leaders in the eye rgc, and financial institutions engage in illicit money and supportive hamas and hezbollah. this administration has taken
serious efforts across a broad range of threats to extend its reach. we will continue to do that and evaluate whether to sanction a particular iranian entity to work on each and every day. >> you are there in israel meeting with the prime minister, you visited the western wall together, spending a lot of time together talking about the iranian threat and other things. there questions where the peace process goes moving forward. somebody who's officially in the 2020 race is beto o'rourke. here's what he had to say about these negotiations. >> and prime minister netanyahu he is racist and that country, he was warned about arabs coming, someone seeks to voice division, fear and hatred, not somebody negotiating good faith. you are about to lose the last best chance for a 2 state solution.
shannon: you hear his description of how he views his relapse prime minister and i want to know something from the palestinian chief negotiator who says this administration is not helping. he says for two years donald trump's middle east team is not managed to propose a single initiative to get us closer to peace. instead taken a number of steps that significantly worsened the situation on the ground. your response? >> i don't consider baidoa middle east scholar by any stretch of the imagination. this administration has created the conditions which ultimately may get us to a place where we can achieve the very peace everyone in the world once, better life for the palestinian people, better life and less conflict between palestinians
and israelis. the palestinian decision to move the embassy to jerusalem is part of that. it creates conditions, realistic expectations for all parties involved so when we unveil our vision for the middle east plan, each of the parties has a fair shot to consider whether those are a step forward for them and their people. shannon: thank you for your time. >> thank you very much. shannon: he's a millionaire but also a common man. why is beto in trouble over his minivan? following an attack on a conservative the president signed an executive order forcing colleges to protect free speech or else. >> turning point usa does incredible work and thank you very much. come on, we can give them ahead. >> charlie kirk is here with us. along with even behrmann next.
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and it's simple, easy, awesome. ♪ >> where should the line be drawn? wh >> what do you think the line should be drawn what should be allowed and what crosses the line and shouldn't be allowed? >> if it is hateful and disrespectful to specific groups it is not okay. >> i'm allowed to be as respectful? right? >> first amendment says i can speak out. >> if you want to be [bleep] >> that is your life choice. >> i don't think it is illegal, being a blank whole. students saying offensive speech should not be considered free speech under the first amendment as donald trump takes action to protect free speech on all our college campuses. trace gallagher has more on this executive order.
>> reporter: this is been on the president's agenda, he agreed to sign a free-speech order during the political action conference and today he made it official. >> people confident in their beliefs do not censor others. they welcome free, fair and open debate and that's what we are demanding. >> failing to comply comes with a list of penalties, loss of federal resource dollars and the president has directed the department of defense, education and health and human services to make sure colleges comply though the white house did not lay out specific examples of how the punishment would be enforced. analysts thought the president's orders would get big-time pushback from civil liberties groups but the aclu seemed a bit subdued saying, quote, this executive order doesn't do much with regard for free speech. instead it tells public universities to abide by the first amendment as they are
already required to do. university of california president and former homeland security secretary janet napolitano echoed that calling the order unnecessary, the university of california is ground 0 for robust exchanges of ideas and differing viewpoints. tell that to right-wing speaker your novel is his speech at uc berkeley was canceled because of riots and safety concerns. conservatives ben shapiro and ann coulter have faced hostile environments when they tried to speak at universities including berkeley and conservative activist hayden williams didn't exactly feel the robust exchange of ideas when he was attacked at berkeley while trying to recruit conservative students. today williams was at the president's signing ceremony. young republican groups on campus have complained for years that universities can drop conservative speakers by citing concerns like security costs and
threats of violence. the hope is there will be consequences for canceling conservatives. shannon: thank you very much. is a real problem on campus or not? let's bring in ethan berman and charlie kirk. welcome to both of you. i want to play a little more of what the president had to say about why he signed this order today. >> under the guise of speech codes, safe space and trigger warnings these universities have tried to restrict free thought, impose total conformity and shutdown the voices of great young americans like those here today, all of that changes starting right now. shannon: why not require colleges that get federal funding into the billions to actually certify they are going to make sure regardless of
viewpoint everybody has a space to share on campus? >> the aclu said perfectly, they are he have that requirement under the first amendment, this was a nice red meat moved to the base to get them excited about something. nine conservative speakers uninvited last year, 20 universities actually signed on to the university of chicago. standards for open debate, this is much a do about nothing but a excite some on the right. >> you can see the pictures on campus. you have been personally involved in some of these things that have happened but i want to read something that the president of the american council on education said, no matter how this order is implemented it is neither needed nor desirable and could lead to unwanted federal micromanagement of the cutting-edge research critical to our nation's continued vitality and global leadership. he says it is a solution in search of a problem. >> i can tell you firsthand this is a crisis happening on college campuses.
this last semester i wasn't allowed to speak a two universities, cornell university and depaul university. they cited safety concerns when i spoke at university of california berkeley last spring and we had to spend $15,000 for security to allow us to have our viewpoint expressed. too often universities site security concerns as a way to suppress differing opinion. it's not just a conservative issue. i want you to be able to talk about different opinions, college campuses should be a marketplace of ideas. it is inarguable that colleges are more left and everybody should allow their opinion to be heard, only people that are not confident in their beliefs seek to censor others in this executive order uses taxpayer dollars as a way to ensure universities are protecting the first amendment rights of all students regardless of political viewpoint. shannon: use our students who sedated and think offensive
speech should be protected, we've seen polling that is similar for the younger generation but we know the first amendment is not about protecting speech that is popular or we wouldn't need it and i think about the baptist church, westboro baptist church, we can't even show them on tv because they are so bad. do you think young people should listen to speech they don't like? >> there two issues was one is whether the university trying to restrict speech and whether students understand the first amendment. i agree with charlie on the issue, viciously, adequately, very loud for first amendment rights but the issue here, i will challenge charlie on something. if you're worried about free-speech will you denounce devon nunez's defamation lawsuit to shutdown speech on twitter?
he is attacking the first amendment. i advocate for the first amendment and will you denounce him right now? >> twitter is not fundamental -- taxpayer-funded. >> the first amendment -- shannon: when it comes to twitter, when it comes to twitter -- >> congress in nunez. >> one of his problems is he says they are shadow banning speech, when it comes to twitter people want to argue both ways, that it is a public forum but a private company so people who wanted shutdown have to remember at this point it is a private company. it is not a government -- >> parody of public figure that is protected so devon nunez's cow can tweet what they want. shannon: that aside we know that
is popular but back in here, they are not receiving federal money in the billions as most college campuses across the country are. should the government not have a say in what happens, not trying to voice some new obligation, but want to be treated fairly. >> this happens too often. i can't tell you how many groups on the conservatives i don't even want to invite speakers and go to the bureaucracy pushing back to not allow these viewpoints to be heard in the first place. this should have universal agreement. hundreds of times a year we go up against the university administration to appease protesters, make concise security concerns, this makes sure all ideas are heard. the marketplace of ideas. the other point is you have to
here -- you can walk out of the room. this focuses on voluntary speech. were not telling students you have to go to these events. if you look at the best attended and most enthusiastic campus events sometimes they are the conservatives on campus. when i'm on campus or ben shapiro, we can agree college campuses should be a place to hear something you disagree with and they tend to go to the left. this executive order liberates college campuses to be that marketplace of ideas. shannon: even would fight for your right to do those things, you would agree which is an important point for american discourse. thank you both, great to see you both. breaking news next.
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the blast is one of the worst in years. 1000 residents in the area have been evacuated. chemical leaks and additional explosions as this plays out. the fbi is joining a criminal investigation, newswires reporting the airline is canceling an order of 49 of those planes. fox news alert, mike parson declaring a state of emergency one day into spring, could be one of the wettest on record, 25 states at risk for severe flooding. following widespread devastation in nebraska and iowa. mike tobin reports from freeport, illinois. >> a sworn missouri river breached a levy. with icy floodwaters rapidly
approaching homes, residents got the order for an emergency evacuation. >> i've been in the district since 93. we never had water like this. we get a 100 year flood every year. >> a similar one threatened missouri. >> i don't know if watson will be a town anymore. there are four houses higher than the rest of the town. everybody else has water. >> reporter: in addition to emergency food operations, the air national guard attempted to mitigate damage to livestock. ch 47 helicopters, stranded by the floodwaters. rain and corn farmers stored hoping for better prices or speed got wet, expanded burst the bins in which they were stored, they were estimated at $400 million, roads and levies damage $449 million.
440 in crop losses, 85 million in private-sector homes and businesses. trade services in iowa, nebraska and south dakota, rail lines underwater or washed out, and in santa fe, grews working around the clock to clear debris, repair lines and bridges. amtrak suspended passenger service because freight hollers need to use the line. here at freeport, illinois, the river receded 18 inches from record level, 175 people displaced from their homes. the police chief wants to reopen business and traffic but first needs an engineer to determine if the roads were undermined by flooding. the deputy director of the national weather service predicts this is just a preview to a wet and dangerous spring. this was the third wettest year in history, a lot of snow in the upper midwest is melting right now. the flooding will get worse and be more widespread. and freeport, illinois, mike tobin, fox news.
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the organization hosting it has been a focus of criticism by congresswoman omar who implied money from the group fuels us support for israel. democratic strategist richard goodstein and katie pavlik and chris plant, welcome to all of you. a couple tweets, and anti-arab rhetoric while giving platforms to those involved in human rights abuses. they are publicly shaming people. >> a lot of them have agreed to not show up. there is a movement going on, jewish americans exiting the democratic party and between congresswoman omar and rashida tlaib and the bds movement they haven't sort of their anti-israel credentials enough. you should wake up and smell
what is going on. the party made his position abundantly clear. president obama was the worst israel president we've had in generations since jimmy carter. they are just out of the closet on the anti-israel is not anti-semitic. shannon: what would you say to those who say it is a separate track of criticism of israel versus the jewish people? you should have the freedom to go after israel and it is not the same as being anti-semitic? >> you can criticize israel, no country is perfect, that is definitely for sure but here's the difference. you have someone like congresswoman omar and aoc taking a side in the palestinian israel debate not on the situation of israel but taking the side of groups, saying they want to get rid of israel is a country, they have no right to exist.
they are against the 2 state solution, you can't force the bds movement to support his relapse right to exist. they have taken the side of those who continue to say people living in that country are not allowed to be there. that is anti-semitic. we don't support israel because of the jewish state but because it is a state with western values the united states also has an democrats and republicans used to be a will to agree on those things. democracy, human rights, gay rights, voting in a place where thousands of miles around had no form of any democracy, women's rights, education, israeli arabs in terms of their civil rights. it is not about treating them to the jewish state, but western civilization in a hostile place to western values. >> beto o'rourke is not going to aipac next week. is what he said about benjamin netanyahu. >> i know in prime minister
netanyahu we have someone who has openly sided with racists in that country. shannon: i asked mike pompeo about this and this was his response. >> i don't consider middle east scholar by any stretch of the imagination, they have it backwards. this administration has created conditions which may well get us to a place where we can achieve the peace everyone wants, better life for the people, less conflict risk. shannon: how do you think this issue will play for democrats? >> democratic congressional leadership will impact, aipac called out this racist party benjamin netanyahu formed an alliance with, they sent their representative. this notion that as trump said, jews, what is it, basically whatever it is he is saying,
does that include adam schiff, jerry nadler and elliott angle who were chairs of house committees, it is perverse and donald trump got 24% of the jewish vote. every election going back 30 or 40 years, we are going to see this surge on the republican side among jews and it never happens. we heard about that in 2018 and it never happened. democrats got 80% of the jewish vote. i would talk it up too if i was getting 24%. it is a myth. >> this is a long rolling process for democrats, 2012 dnc convention they took jerusalem out of the platform and when they tried to put it back in about getting it back in --
>> they chanted anti-jewish file stuff, donald trump said there were five people. every jew remembers that. >> that is a whole separate thing. aipac, see you next week. stick around. beto mania, find out what happens, definitely was not supposed to be. you won't believe what john hickenlooper took 2 and 8 -- x-rated movie. with a specialized guard designed to reduce it. because we believe all men deserve a razor just for them. the best a man can get. gillette.
>> shannon: beto o'rourke on shannon: beto o'rourke on his way to south carolina, while staying in new hampshire got a parking ticket. let's bring back the power panel. a lighter note now. he has this minivan he has been driving around, a big ticket on the window into big sign where it was parked. he allegedly left it, a no parking thing. so newsweek talk about this image he has got, despite his underdog everyman image, a net worth of $9 million in 2015, 51st out of 450 members of the house of representatives in terms of wealth.
that there are 50 people who are millionaires in congress is another conversation. he wants to be the guy in jeans but here also believes his minivan right there. >> we know he is young and charismatic. he doesn't mask the fact that he and his wife, she is superwealthy. it was a stupid thing for him to do, of course. as you know it will be reported he ran away from an accident when he was dwi when he was much younger but it is interesting that people try to knock him down because he got to this great start with $6 million and as regard to his earlier transgression he says i make no excuse for it and if people start picking on him what is donald trump's excuse for kowtowing to vladimir putin? we have to keep this in perspective. shannon: beto is such a rebel,
the man, issues with cars. very forward thinking of him. >> when you are president you can park where you want. >> i assume his bentley convertible is in the shop and his dad -- i'm sure he calls his father-in-law dad and the gulfstream just won't fit on the street. don't you know who i am beto pools up, no parking, in front of the courthouse, throws the keys to someone else, classic limousine liberal, this is a guy who is accustomed, his father-in-law is not only wealthy but a billionaire and life is good when she is the only daughter, mary the only daughter of the texas billionaire. i'm sure he has the keys to the jet, used to tossing his cars -- >> there is nothing wrong with
inheriting wealth or marrying into it. the problem is being a hypocrite demanding that other people are evil or bad. shannon: we have to get to the second story. i want to play something from john hickenlooper about a really weird date. >> she said i would love to go because she didn't want to be left alone in the house again. >> the famous movie. >> i took my mother to see deep throat. at the end she knew i was evaluated as we drove home she said i thought the lighting was very good. shannon: if you don't know what the movie is, who goes through the whole movie of a porno with their mom. >> i assume the conversation on the way home was how the movie was analog for the relationship between the citizen and the state. >> it is -- >> what it is --
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