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mueller's words to fuel impeachment. >> a historic tornado outbreak shows no signs of showing down. >> 500 tornadoes in 30 days ravaging the country. new fears of what is coming next. the new york times has readers looking twice at this cover. >> from meme sensation to top story. "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪ you ain't seen nothing yet. is something you will never forget ♪ baby you ain't seen nothing yet ♪ >> storming again today? jillian: i'm not a meteorologist, i'm not the
person to ask. he is not a meteorologist either. you are watching "fox and friends first" on thursday morning. jillian: thank you for starting your day with us. let's start with this. case closed is how donald trump reacted after the special counsel spoke publicly for the first time. rob: republicans declaring victory and democrat see the opposite where a new battle is just beginning. >> for those who wish this was over it is not even close. the words of winston churchill, the end of the beginning and democrats say mueller provided a roadmap for impeachment. here's mueller talking, take a look at nancy pelosi and the man who would be in
based on the strongest possible case to get the best results for the american people. >> with respect to impeachment all options are on the table and nothing should be ruled out. >> the president tweeted how do you impeach a republican president for a crime committed by the democrats? witchhunt. here's the president's attorney rudy giuliani. >> to make this into my god, now we have not a single new facts, no smoking gun, not even a single -- it may meet the burden for indictment. you know what that means everyplace else in america? under american law unless you want to change it, it means you are not guilty. >> there is this been in slightly different words, mueller said part of giuliani's statement but mueller stopped short of clearing the president. >> if we had confidence the president clearly did not a crime we would have said so. we did not make a determination
as to whether the president did commit a crime. >> for all this is agreement over what mueller said and/or meant he appeared to make one thing clear. he is done, wants to return to private life and is not interested in testifying before congress although given possible impeachment hearings and congressional subpoena he might not have a choice. jillian: this is definitely far from over. rob: impeachment fever given a shot in the arm after this. jillian: harvard law professor alan dershowitz says mueller exposed a bias for democrats. >> when he said we had confidence the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so. it was worse than anything comey said when he exonerated hillary
clinton and then said but she engaged in extremely careless conduct. everybody condemned that. this is much much worse. it does show that he had a motive to help the democrats that went beyond the authority of special counsel. rob: democrats first official impeachment efforts were initiated by congressman al green and brad sherman in 2017. >> tornadoes touching down from the midwest to the northeast and several twisters ripping through iowa after unleashing fury in texas and illinois. >> come here, there is a tornado. there is another one forming to the left over there. rob: you can see the funnel cloud in pennsylvania forming above that woman's home as she shot the video and to the south and the west it has been the worst year for tornado alley since 1950.
jillian: not far from where i live. aishah hasnie has more. >> tornado sirens going on across iowa, the very stressful night for folks living there. one person is hurt after a tornado tore through and damaged a farm. fortunately no other homes destroyed. check this video out. a funnel forming above iowa city west of their, there was another tornado that touched down near cologne. multiple twisters there. in texas a powerful tornado barreled southeast of dallas. not far from there, in texas, one person injured by a tornado that had a country club. a state of emergency in ohio. this is terrible.
after as many as 17 tornadoes hit the state including three ef 3s causing havoc across the state destroying homes and killing one person. >> i got up, slipped on my slippers, grabbed my glasses, went around the bed, sat in front of the bed. that i was on the ground and trapped. my neighbors pulled me out through a hole in the side. jillian: 60% of ohioans have got their power back, many residents told to boil their water until safe to drink again. the us has had 500 tornadoes in the past month according to storm prediction center but that hasn't happened since 2011. >> i told my son i live in kansas 43 years and never seen a tornado, the chances of getting hit by a tornado were really some, we are not going to get
hit by a tornado. >> the season is just beginning. flash flooding threat continues in places like arkansas where several arkansas river communities bracing for historic flooding, getting their sandbags ready. >> the floodwaters kill the most amount of people and that can be so deadly and scary, turn around, don't drown, don't drive in it. police find what is believed to be the body of a missing 5-year-old girl a block away from her utah home. elizabeth shelley's uncle alex whipple is charged with murder. police say he gave them a map to her remains. >> no words to express the sadness and heartbreak. this did not end the way we wanted it to. >> police say they have a broken knife, pdc pipe and politico this linking whipple to the girl. documents say he was licking his hands clean after his police interview.
whipple also claimed to be drinking saying he sometimes does criminal things when he blacked out. you doing court on monday. police are urgently searching multiple locations for a missing mother of 5 young children. jennifer was reported missing friday night. she was last seen dropping off one of her kids at school. connecticut official say she's involved in a bitter divorce and missed a hearing for yesterday. the stanford advocate is reporting she feared her husband would harm her in some way after she moved their kids out of their home. rob: lawyers for julian assange said he is too ill to appear by video link for a london court hearing, he is fighting extradition back to the united states to face charges of conspiring with chelsea manning to break into a classified pentagon computer. he faces 17 other charges under the espionage act. right now he is in a prison hospital wing for his deteriorating health.
he is having trouble speaking at this point. vice president mike pence heading to canada to rally support for the new north american trade deal known as the us mca, was signed in november and yet to be approved by legislatures of canada, mexico or the united states. the vice president will deliver joint remarks to the canadian prime minister justin trudeau. rob: first with amazon and netflix and now disney. the company threatening to pull film production in georgia over the state's controversial abortion law. >> tracy carrasco from foxbusiness here with reaction from disney's ceo. >> reporter: bob eicher told reuters yesterday it would be, quote, very difficult to continue working in georgia if this legislation becomes law. he also said, quote, i think many people who work for us will not want to work there and we will have to heed their wishes in that regard.
right now we're watching it very carefully. disney shot several of its big recent hits in georgia including avengers end game and black panther. we discussed netflix, their decision, they said of this legislation becomes law they would reconsider their entire investment in the state which has become a hub for film production. >> this is continuing to develop. uber is considering banning some riders now. >> your uber rating is too low you are in danger of being kicked off the platform. uber says the policy change is in regards to driver safety. we saw that video driver assaulted but they are not saying what the magic number will be as far as what your score needs to be so it is based on where you live in the city and the average rating there but they are going to give you
several chances to get that rating up before you are kicked off the platform. we will have to wait and see how that works out. uber says they are not expecting this to impact a large number of riders but people will be losing their uber status if they don't change their ways. >> the video was pretty intense. >> these only exist to get drunk people home from bars. not all of them but a big part of the business and you misbehave. you always wonder, might just kill my uber rating now. i'm just saying what everybody is thinking. 12 minutes after the hour, thanks, what was the main take away from the special counsel's surprise appearance yesterday? many americans are left with more questions than answers regarding obstruction, even conspiracy. what did we went? our next guest is bob mueller did not help the public, nancy pelosi or himself.
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rob: bob mueller making his first and only public semen to conclude the russia probe. >> despite democrats are fusing to accept the findings can we as a country move on? rob: here's the beauty counsel alex vogel, thanks for coming on today, democrats say this is a big thing, we need to impeach, republican say it is full exoneration. who do you believe? >> best thing we can do is look
at what robert mueller actually said. i don't think he did himself or nancy pelosi any favors but one thing he said that was crystal clear was read the report, it speaks for itself. what does the report say? it said they were not able to find any evidence of collusion, nor did they charge the president with obstruction. that is preclear. based on that it is time to move on. the real question now becomes the political one for nancy pelosi and how she navigates that pressure on her left flank for impeachment. >> let your clip of what he said yesterday. >> we concluded that we would not reach a determination one way or the other about whether the president committed a crime. long-standing department policy, a present president cannot be charged with a federal crime while he is in office. >> a lot of people say yesterday
was an impeachment referral. >> mister mueller could have explicitly laid out a direct case for an impeachment proceeding as kenneth started in his report. he didn't do that. he laid out the fact that he found them in the investigation where it led them. it was a mistake for director mueller to talk about exoneration. that's not what prosecutors do. they investigate and determine whether there is justification for criminal prosecution a referral. he answered that question. strangely, for collusion, he said there is no indication of a crime committed and then for the second he seemed to fall back on but the constitution prohibits us from doing anything anyway so we didn't look at that. we knew department of justice policy and the constitutional rules regarding that all along. not sure why he felt the need to reiterate. >> william barr told congress
that mueller was not going to charge obstruction even if he could. mueller didn't say that yesterday. he didn't say he would have charged them but also said he wouldn't have. that is the gap the guys like nadler are seeing. >> i have looked closely at those comments between william barr and his reference to their conversation. i don't think there is any daylight. they are saying the same thing with slightly different words. mister mueller was clear he thought the attorney general acted in good faith in this process and if he felt differently yesterday would be an opportunity to say so. i thought his comments that he hoped this was the last he would speak of it and the only thing he would be willing to say is what is in the report sets up an interesting dynamic for those excited about the prospect of him testifying before congress. >> a lot of people when we did hear from him wanted more definitive answers and unfortunately for a lot of people we didn't get that. what happens next? >> the pressure is on nancy
pelosi who has to look down a far left cliff towards impeachment. unfortunately for the bottom of one side of a cliff, she is minority leader. on the other side is a two term donald trump presidency. it is a no win for her. she knows based on past experience and the definitive notice of the report on the key issues that this is not a politically productive way to go but i'm not sure she can hold back that pressure. >> more unified on impeachment than they were yesterday morning. jillian: 34,000 arrests, child exploitation, human trafficking and drugs, democrats want to take away one of the last lines of defense. >> get rid of it, start over, reimagine it. >> we have to critically re-examine ice. rob: how the newly appointed ice director and obama border chief just responded. ♪
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across the border as a family unit. >> nancy pelosi questions the merits of first lady milania trump's parents when asked about donald trump's immigration plans. >> i don't know if it counted for when his wife's family came into the country. i don't know. maybe it did. god bless them if it did. >> it is unclear when milania trump's parents moved to the united states from slovenia. they became american citizens last year. there attorney said they did not get special treatment, and apply for citizenship on the road. merit-based immigration is a stable the president's immigration plan. >> the cover of the new york times business section going viral for their choice of photography. the publication using the so-called distracted boyfriend mima to explain a tricky situation in the auto industry
and twitter went crazy. >> one person, it was the key thing for section front. >> congratulations to the new york times for pointing out means like our grandparents would. 26 after the hour. 2020 democrats jumping on robert mueller's statement. >> another democrat who couldn't help but chime in. listen to this. >> make no mistake, we are witnessing an assault on the rule of law and the foundations of our democracy. >> carly shimkus is here with reaction to this and it is coming up next. ♪
rob: welcome back. tornadoes continue to hammer states from the midwest to the northeast, several twisters touching down in iowa after storms unleashed fury in texas and illinois. jillian: massive tree toppling onto homes in new jersey and crews running through floodwaters to rescue people trapped in arkansas. >> continuous wave of these big storms are we about through this? >> yes but the flooding is still going to be historic and a lot of these regions.
even though the severe threat diminishes today i still want our focus to be on the folks that are dealing with incredible amounts of flooding. storm reports yesterday, we had many reports of tornadoes from texas towards iowa. we don't have any severe thunderstorm watches or tornado watches which is great news but we have a slight risk for stronger stores across the great lakes and the mid-atlantic region but big, severe weather outbreak pretty much over. flood advisories, this is the big story, much of the heartland and central plains dealing with epic floods, floods that are being compared to 1927. the radar showing several inches of rainfall over top of weeks and weeks of rain and as we go through time over the next several days we will see more rain in those areas that are very vulnerable from texas to oklahoma and missouri.
the missouri river valley, the arkansas river and the mississippi river are ones to watch. we need to focus our attention on that because those folks need our help and our prayers. >> it doesn't mean the threat on the grounds -- >> the rivers are still rising. jillian: terrifying night at separate ballparks overnight, the first happening at the cubs astros game. >> baltimore - oh. jillian: albert a more a brought to tears after his foul ball hit the young girl in the stands. >> as soon as i hit it -- i am speechless. at a loss of words. being the father of two boys.
>> reporter: the girl was rushed to the hospital but will be okay. at the mets dodgers game a family smacked in the head by a line drive, that man also okay but that is coming at you real fast. rob: ashton kutcher taking the stand in the trial for los angeles serial killer, the actor recounting the night he went to pick up 22-year-old ashley for a date back in 2001 and she never answered the door, culture telling the courtroom i remember the next day after i heard about what happened i went to the detectives and said my fingerprints are on the door. i was freaking out. he says detectives assured him he was not a suspect. he described looking into the house and seeing what he thought was a wine stain on the floor leaking out, saying that was her blood. police arrested michael carrjewelloh who faces charges with two other murders.
>> planned parenthood fighting to keep its last abortion clinic in missouri today. emergency arguments over the state refusing to renew the license planned parenthood needs to offer abortion at its clinic. the annual license expires tomorrow. missouri could be the first state to no longer offer abortions in nearly 50 years. this is louisiana's governor vows to sign a heartbeat bill after the house passed it following 6 states with similar measures. rob: the president will deliver the commencement address at the u.s. air force academy, ticket selling out in 10 minutes, the president expected to talk about the space force but the event may have to be scaled down, rain, storms could force him to move inside the basketball arena which holds 6000 less people. in jeopardy would be the thunderbirds flyover at the end of the ceremony. jillian: robert mueller breaking
his silence to try to close the book on the russia investigation. >> as set forth in the report after that investigation, if we had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime we would have said so. we did not make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime. rob: democrats not happy. carly shimkus with serious xm 115 here with what they have to say. >> reporter: that single phrase from robert mueller sending a ripple effect across washington and adding fuel to impeachment flames. last calls coming from the folks who hope to run against the president in 2020. >> my take away today is anyone other than the president would have been charged. we are on the road to impeachment, it is clear to me that are very democracy, our political system, the future of this country is at stake. those members of congress find the courage to act they will be
rewarded by the judgment of history. jillian: kirsten gillibrand saying time for congress to begin impeachment hearings and follow the facts. robert mueller clearly accepts congress to exert its constitutional authority and take steps that he could not. we can't let the president decide basic accountancy -- accountability measures built into the constitution. a recent fox news poll found 9% of republicans think the president should be impeached which is why many people say it is a big distraction. robert says anything to keep this going until 2020. another commentor, eric, tweets translated into we will do nothing but investigate for the next two years. laura says stop wasting time in 20. the same fox news poll found 72% of democrats think the president should face impeachment proceedings. rob: hillary at madison square
garden said the same thing. jillian: washington buzzing about a section of justice, hillary clinton was talking about russia collusion. >> make no mistake, we are witnessing an assault on the rule of law and the foundations of our democracy. we heard from special counsel robert mueller who said there were multiple systemic efforts to interfere in our election and that allegation deserves the attention of every american. jillian: she accused the trump administration of not taking election interference seriously enough. every time clinton speaks there will be reaction, some of that negative. commencement speeches should not be political rallies, arthur saying i'm sure that is what everyone is there to hear, propaganda in his opinion. clinton mentioned last year's commencement speaker, after in diesel. he said they are going to star
in a movie together called the fast and the really furious. rob: that is clever. 37 after the are, the countdown is on to the first democratic debate cabana with 24 declared democrat candidates how can this be anything but chaos. jillian: a lobar to qualify, here to break down what will make the main stage and who will not.
this massive flag causing a lot of controversy in the area, the flag sits on a property that belongs to camping world and camping world's ceo expected to make a visit down here later on today to talk to city leaders about this issue. they have been signed every single day since october 2018, $50 a day until they take the flag down. the flag's size is 40' x 80'. flagler to be 25' x 40' in the city. later today the ceo will be seen with city leaders and people at this property he helps to manage to figure out what needs to be done to resolve this issue. in statesville, i am amber roberts, back to you. jillian: less than 30 days until the first democratic debate and
30 candidates vying for the main stage. now that the battle lines are drawn, who will make the mark and fall short? here to break down is former campaign pollster, appreciate it. there is a lot of breakdown. first democratic debate threshold. claim to those who don't know. >> a pretty low threshold, 65,000 across the country and only 1% polled and that is it and they will try to do that on purpose because four years ago they were accused of favoring hillary clinton. jillian: is there a middle ground? >> i think there is. when people start getting thrown out of debates for lack of a better term there are people who will be upset especially the left, people in aggressors liberal organization, they will be upset when their candidates are not on the debate stage.
jillian: some have met both requirements and you see them here. a couple surprises. >> andrew yang a businessman who folks have not heard of, but raised a significant amount of money. 65,000 donors and 1% in the polls over the other one in the democratic primary, some like marion williamson, a self-help guru and when these debates are going on they need a lot of self-help. jillian: you look at joe biden and pete buttigieg who has been popular as of late. candidates who met the polling requirements and the potential to meet both. >> someone like john delaney, first to announce, he is worth a lot of money. then someone like tim ryan, the one who challenged nancy pelosi as speaker and he is trying to
run as a more centrist democrat. how far we go? jillian: what about kirsten gillibrand? >> a disappointment for a lot of folks but she will be able to hang out. i am surprised she couldn't get 65,000 donors. jillian: some have not met either and do you think any of them will? >> somebody like michael bennett, sitting senator hasn't been able to qualify. what happens when he doesn't qualify? you will have a lot of complaints even from seth moulton from massachusetts. jillian: the first debate threshold, how is this different? >> they received 2% for the polls so they are uping this polling on the third one. what is going to be interesting is what people do during the debates to try to break out. it has been a lull for a while.
jillian: there are so many in the latest fox news poll for the 2020 democratic preferences and you can see there are more people but the ones we don't have on this list have fewer than one person. >> you have to hit 2%. it is only 8 or 9 candidates hitting that 2% threshold. the third debate, only 8 or 9 democrats on stage. you will hear a lot of complaints from the other democratic campaigns. interesting to thin the herd early. jillian: we appreciate it. rob: let's check in with brian kilmeade and see what is coming up on "fox and friends". brian: in focus too. so are you. a very nice thing you said to me, very nice component, i'm in focus. listen to what i have to say, you're in focus. what we have over the next 3
hours, 11:00 yesterday at 11:00 am robert mueller decided to fill the house and grow a match. we have another explosion of the russia investigation after robert mueller decided in 9 minutes to create a lot of controversy. where we go from here if you are a democrat or republican, we will debate both sides and with white house measured in their response. mercedes schlapp will explain that. judge napolitano with options. talk about immigration, texas attorney general ken paxton will be here on what he can expect at the border and joe biden goes to texas, he thinks he can win that state. is he right? those stories and more as we run out of music and go to break and unless rob and jillian run out of gas, i will be here for them. standing back here waiting to
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>> even if the charges kept under seal and hidden from public view, that too is prohibited. the special counsel's office is part of the department of justice and by regulation it was bound by that department of policy. charging the president with a crime was therefore not an option we could consider. rob: bob mueller explaining why the president was not charged with a crime. jillian: democrats looking for congress to act. constitutional law attorney jenna ellis joins us. some people argue there was a
lot to break down when you take what he had to say and he chose his words very carefully. what do you make of the whole we chose not to charge him with a crime because essentially we couldn't? >> that part of it was legally irrelevant to the outcome of the investigation. when a prosecutor finds that there is insufficient evidence to move forward with charges it doesn't matter legally whether or not they can then charge a sitting president with a crime. when you don't have evidence you can't pursue it legally. this was robert mueller going and expounding beyond the parameters of the investigation to incentivize and inflame the democrats to pursue impeachment which is constitutionally unsound right now because there is no legitimate legal basis. investigations showed no evidence of collusion, no evidence of obstruction of justice. when he is going into all these hypotheticals legally it doesn't matter. rob: it does show some evidence of obstruction or at least what mueller believed was evidence of
obstruction as those for that out points in part 2 talked about including things that happened in the trump tower meeting and changes that were made to announcements the president and donald trump junior made. jillian: and if he were innocent we would have said that. >> it is not for a special prosecutor determine innocence or guilt. it was insufficient evidence. if there was some evidence that is not the legal standard. there has to be probable cause and william barr said there was not sufficient evidence to charge a crime. that is the legal question. it is innocent until proven guilty and for robert mueller to say he is not charged because of the doj rule is irrelevant to the fact there is insufficient evidence, that is the legal standard. we have due process even for a sitting president. jillian: taking a look at this statement from the doj, this is
reaction from what robert mueller said. the special counsel's report and his statement today made clear the office concluded it would not reach a determination one way or the other about whether the president committed a crime. there is no conflict between these statements. the conflict right now is between what robert mueller had to say and what william barr had to say. >> ultimately the attorney general made that determination because robert mueller under the rules from the clinton era that special counsel's office sits under the attorney general, he made that determination as a legal standard and for congress not to have an impeachment referral and to pursue impeachment is a political question undermines their oath of office to the fidelity of the constitution and any democrat pursuing impeachment is embarrassing for them to come out and say that now because there's nothing new in the press conference yesterday. it shows they don't care about that or they didn't read the report to begin with.
>> certainly they feel as though they have more ammo after that announcement yesterday. we will see how this changes things, appreciate your time. jillian: it is 5 minutes until the top of the hour, enthusiastic fan does what it takes to get a foul ball. rob: an intense race for souvenir. ♪ mething. letters earned in backwoods, high hills, and steep dunes. but somewhere along the way, suvs became pretenders, . ep celebration event and get $500 additional bonus cash on select models. ♪ ♪ this simple banana peel represents a bold idea:
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jillian: state trooper saves a child from getting hit by a dump truck in michigan. watch this. >> whoa, whoa. stop, stop. >> trooper grabbing the 2-year-old just in time. her mother says she lost track of the child just for a few seconds. that's all it takes. rob: children, don't run into the street. chick-fil-a in georgia with a stolen car. look at that the company making the best of it. the company posting this sign. drive-thru cars this way. another points to a boarded up window not this way. jillian: really hungry. finally the ugly. this young baseball fan desperately chase after a foul ball and all for nothing. the kid high stepping over several roads and diving face first into the seats at oakland a.'s game. a woman swoops in and snatches the souvenir from
him. the a's lost to the angels 12-7. >> i'm sometimes perplexed when we have these stories where have you adults and kids fighting over foul balls. rob: got to go. ♪ ♪ ♪ brian: at least one thing is clear as bad as the weather has been across the country. bad enough that we at least open up with some music instead of some catastrophic tornadoes. ainsley: you are right. i forgot. we have been banned music for the last few days. brian: for great reason. going out to ellison barber