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safely get back to shore. the ugly. failed rescue caught the city $7500. you can see, trying to reach hattie who said in the bridge for six dave. after hours the crew vowed to return only for the cat to return home on her own. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first". have a great weekend, "fox and friends first" continues, goodbye. rob: it is friday, may 31st, stunning new video thousand illegal border crossers flooding through loopholes in the system and across the southern border. jillian: donald trump has a message for mexico, do your part of pay up. we are live in washington. the brand-new tariffs just announced overnight. rob: the failed north korean
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summit with donald trump has a the consequences for some of kim jong un's top officials. jillian: allegations that reminded the trump administration who they are dealing with. rob: terrifying video, a swimmer has absolutely no idea she is being circled by a pretty big shark. jillian: wait until you see how this plays out. "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪ wake me up ♪ i will be gone ♪ jillian: the sun coming up over new york city on the last day of
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may. can you believe it? it is june tomorrow. what is happening? good morning. you are watching "fox and friends first" on friday morning. rob: thanks for getting up early. a fox news alert. cracking down on illegal immigration with a 5% tariff on all mexican goods. jillian: a record number of migrants arrested crossing the border illegally. leland breaks it down. >> reporter: the president says mexico has 10 days to stop the flow of illegal immigrants from mexico into the united states or a 5% tariff goes into effect meaning us firm to import goods from mexico have to pay 5% and it doesn't stop there. >> the mexican government is incapable or unwilling to assist us in resolving the situation at the southern border.
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the terrible go to 10% on july 1st. 15% on august 1, '20% on september 1, '25% on october 1st. >> reporter: this as border patrol announces to group of 1000 central american migrants in the el paso sector, the biggest apprehension in us history. the white house says mexico must step up and fall the problem. we welcome people to come to the united states legally be a cannot allow our borders to be violated. for years mexico has not treated us fairly but we are asserting a right as a sovereign nation. this is not the first time the president has threatened mexico over this. in the past few months he talked about closing the border and shutting down all trade if mexico didn't do more. the president backed down, start supporters like chuck grassley are not sure about this. is what grassley had to say.
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trade and border security are separate issues, this is a misuse of congressional authority and counted congressional intent. democrats made it simpler. this is asinine. the markets are not happy about this. dow futures indicator overnight reaction ahead of "the opening bell". those are sharply down. rob: certainly getting mexico's attention. jillian: now to the story, donald trump and kim jong un's failed summit may have had deadly consequences was the north korean dictator executing 5 officials after talks celebrate in hanoi according to south korean media. the report accused kim of sentencing mike pompeo's counter port to forced labor and ideological education and
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sending his translator to a prison camp for making mistake. south korean officials wouldn't confirm the report but we will stay on top of that. the us has evidence linking iran to oil tanker attacks off the coast of the united arab emirates as early as next week. >> i don't think anybody who knows the region has any doubt who staged those attacks on the saudi pipeline. heather: john bolton reiterating his claims that iran was behind the attack as tensions between the us and iran reach a boiling point. they do not want war. rob: william barr speaking out on robert mueller not reaching a conclusion on whether donald trump obstructed justice. >> i felt he could have reached a decision. he could have reached a conclusion. the opinion, you can't indict a president while he is in office but he could have reached a decision whether it was criminal
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activity. rob: in his summary, william barr and rod rosenstein said there was not enough evidence to charge the president with obstruction. congressman devon nunez says robert mueller's surprise statement was nothing more than a son. the former special counsel knew there was no evidence of collusion or conspiracy with russia the moment he walked in the door. >> i want to start by making sure the american people understand what mueller did. he tried to do a victory lap talk about the russians who have been prosecuted. i want to remind people the house republicans in the intelligence committee had that he year ago. if mueller it is so concerned, why did they obstruct the report from getting out? when he walked in the door he knew there was no evidence of collusion. lead investigators said so in text messages.
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>> he wanted to be director of the fbi after 2016. jillian: all of the emotions, navy seal eddie gallagher walks free from custody in california, military judge releasing interference by prosecutors in the case. rob: what gallagher's defense says just before the war crime trial. >> a rogue relentless and unlawful cyber campaign is how the defense describes it, letting gallagher be freed at of his trial, a military judge saying prosecutors were interfering with gallagher's 6 amendment right to counsel, gallagher's internal -- attorney asking the case to be thrown out, accusing prosecutors embedding tracking software to root out leaks to the media. gallagher's wife speaking moment after his release. >> my hope is this will bring
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light to the injustices taking place in the uc mj and there needs to be a widescale change for military service members. >> the navy seal charged with murdering isis prisoner will get to go home as he awaits the trial. pleaded not guilty to the murder of the team and the night shooting two civilians of opening fire on crowds as donald trump is preparing to pardon gallagher and other servicemembers accused of war crimes. >> some of these soldiers fought hard, long. we teach them how to be great fighters and when they fight sometimes they get treated unfairly. >> reporter: the idea of a pardon has split the navy seal community. the significance of gallagher is unfair and others say it is justified for what he is accused of doing. we are paying a lot of attention
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come june. rob: people wants to make a plan in arkansas. it has already failed in the town of darden by little rock. the sheriff going door-to-door as water pushes through that levy. days of rain causing rivers to swell across the midwest, and the plains states. look at all this water, flooding an area near lsu in baton rouge. so much water. the east coast, tornado ripping through maryland outside baltimore. nearby delaware powerful winds walking down trees and leaving thousands of people in the dark. jillian: louisiana governor john bell edwards signed the sick week -- 6-week abortion bill into law, banning women from getting an abortion once a heartbeat is detected 6 weeks
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into pregnancy. the only exceptions are the mother's health is at risk or if the baby is a stillborn. he a federal -- federal oh -- fellow democrats to support pro-life legislation. rob: the death penalty abolished in new hampshire. the state senate overriding the governor's veto by one vote. the move makes new hampshire the 21st state to get rid of capital punishment after washington did the same last year. jillian: donald trump putting politics aside to address the air force academy graduating class. >> to dominate the future america must the skies. that is what your time at this great academy has been about, preparing you to do what it takes to learn to adapt and to win win win. rob: the president delivering his graduation speech in
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colorado that shaking the hands of every graduate, thousands of them at a special salute and pardoned some trouble making cadets getting into some mischief on campus. 10 minutes after the hour. the impeachment push against the president reaching a fever pitch. >> we have to begin and impeachment inquiry. >> a referral for impeachment proceedings. >> the president of the united states continues to obstruct we may have no choice. rob: bob mueller says his report speaks to itself but democrats disagree. jillian: hillary clinton not the best example of cyber security but someone chose her to be a keynote speaker on the subject. we will tell you about it when we come back. nothing says summer like a beach trip,
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of congress. we have to begin and impeachment inquiry. >> interpret what he said as a referral for impeachment. >> the president of the united states continues to obstruct we may have no choice. >> it is your constitutional duty to start impeachment proceedings. >> i don't think we should leave it off the table. jillian: talks to start impeachment proceedings reach a fever pitch after robert mueller's public they. rob: mueller says his report speaks for itself the democrats including many or most of the 2020 candidates question the outcome of the mueller probe. it doesn't appear many of them are asking voters. rob: joining us live to weigh in his executive director of mass media. let's go ahead and pull up this list, 10 of the 2020 candidates are endorsing impeachment
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proceedings. you can see them listed. a lot of calling for it, questioning what nancy pelosi is going to do. some making the argument maybe nancy pelosi -- if there is a second term for donald trump, how many more seats in the house and senate democrats can wrangle? >> it is interesting considering washington post and abc news recently came out with polling that showed by nearly a 20 point margin american voters are against impeachment. they should take it into consideration. 6 and 10 of the same pole, 6 in 10 independent voters, the same voters every election are fraught over both parties showed independent voters are against impeachment. these 2020 candidates on the democratic side of anything that we can take away from this, they are pursuing the extreme left to garner enough votes in the
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primaries and come out ahead of other candidates and joe biden who is topping most of the polls out there. rob: an unusual amount of candidates when you you will he see fortysomething democrats in all pushing for impeachment but almost half running for president, shows they are chasing each other to the left and all look the same. >> definitely. this is a sad state of the democratic party. i love football so i will give a football analogy. it is like getting sacked in your end zone for a safety, not only is it bad but provides further issues down the road for the party in terms of its messaging and further shows the fact, how to the left the party has moved and you see it in fundraising, how anemic it has been where the party is in debt and compared to the republican party, still shattering election
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fundraising records. heather: you can make fundraising references all day on this show. having to do with the left sitting their sites on william barr, the claim the ag lied and misrepresented robert mueller, listen to what william barr had to say on this. >> haven't reached a conclusion, the opinion that you can't indict a president while he is in office but he could have reached a decision about criminal activity. jillian: a little back-and-forth between the two. what do you think of that? >> i'm with william barr. he could have reached a conclusion in this investigation and chose not to. that was left up to him as was stated many times. the attorney general was not going to intercede with the investigation. he was going to let it go. everything was given, all the
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resources to either conclude there needed to be an indictment to robert mueller and the fact that nothing came from the states this is a giant nothing burger for democrats continuing to pursue this and mischaracterize attorney general william barr. rob: william barr said that mueller wouldn't have charged obstruction even if he could but mueller hasn't said that. that is democrats point. >> you have to look back at what william barr said. he could have reached a conclusion. he had the ability to reach a conclusion and chose not to. there is not enough evidence to charge them with obstruction. 19 after the hour. robert they niro, no friend of the president.
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>> this idiot is the president. the guy is a [bleep] fool. of course i want to punch him in the face. rob: he is teaming up with prosecutors calling for the president to be invited. jillian: carly shimkus has the reaction flooding social media. - in a crossfit gym, we're really engaged with who we are as people and making everybody feel welcome. ordering custom ink t-shirts has been a really smart decision for our business. - [narrator] custom ink has hundreds of products and free shipping. upload your logo or start your design today at customink.com.
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>> if you or i did what donald trump did we would be facing prison. jillian: carly shimkus here with what you are saying. i think people have comments on this. carley: big time. robert they niro who played robert mueller on saturday night live and is no fan of the president appearing in a video alongside federal prosecutors who served on the republican and democratic presidents was all of them feel there's enough evidence to indict donald trump on multiple felony counts of obstruction of justice. robert mueller did not reach that conclusion because you can't indict a sitting president and william barr says mueller made it clear it wasn't just the olc opinion why he didn't reach that conclusion and around and around the go but there's a lot of reaction on this video flooding social media especially from folks on the right, 1000 more prosecutors say there is no
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crime. jack on facebook say 1000 movie watchers think robert they niro should stick to making movies. anthony timing with this tweet, if robert addresses we must be true. if you can't trust entertainers with politics then who can we trust? the petition signed by 1000 federal prosecutors was created by a group called protect democracy. rob: a good all-around movie. this is a great story. hillary clinton keynote speaker at a cyber defense event. carley: hillary clinton who made one of the most publicized cyber security mistakes by conducting official business on a public email server is going to be a keynote speaker at a cyber security summit. california base from fire i making that announcement on facebook sparking a flood of reaction.
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jeff on twitter says how to delete your emails effectively is the subject? laura chiming in saying i hope it is titled skeletons in my cyber closet. christopher says i don't know any cyber expert who could protect 33,000 emails better than hillary. hillary clinton also attributes her presidential election lost to cyber crimes committed by the russians. you can count on her speech being on that and not the email server. jillian: i'm wondering if his ex can perform here. carley: we can invite them to the show to do this. the number one song in the nation, oldtown road and wrapper just performed it in front of a crowd of screaming elementary students. watch this video. it is fabulous.
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♪ carley: he took a trip to landers elementary school after seeing a video of these same kids singing the song. that video went viral online. he loved it and posted on into graham, saw these kids tuning up oldtown road and had to perform one time. love these moment. this video going viral. everyone is loving it. what a great guy. another tweet, no phone, just living in the moment. all those kids just having fun, no phones in their hand. rob: i am sure we could bump somebody. pick a week, clear the schedule.
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jillian: a look at top headlines, the us cracking down on immigration by imposing a 5% tariff on mexican goods as border patrol arrested more than 1000 illegals, the largest bust of its time.
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they continue to increase those tariffs? rob: kim jong un the a failed summit may have had deadly consequences, the north korean dictator executing five officials after the talks fell apart in hanoi. mike pompeo's counterpart is reportedly undergoing hard labor. jillian: eddie gallagher set free, military judge releasing him citing prosecutors interfere with his right to counsel. murdering and injured isis prisoner, the trial is set to start. rob: hundreds of documents released from jussie smollett's hate crime investigation. jillian: a special prosecutor to look into the handling of the controversial case.
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>> reporter: 460 pages of case files but when important piece of information. prosecutors told police the actor probably wasn't going to go to jail. jussie smollett was arrested for very 21st accused of being the victim of a racist anti-gay attack. prosecutors dropped all charges stunning everyone from chicago's mayor to the police department. mueller's he requested all case files to be sealed but the judge decided not to do that. on february 28th, a month before jussie smollett's charges were dropped, prosecutors could no longer investigate the crime and there was a good chance the case would be settled to the tune of
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$10,000 and community services which is what happened. >> kim fox is prosecuting criminals. a number of cases, why the police chief in cook county, more than a month ago, saying she is not doing her job. we need a prosecutor to prosecute. jillian: sheila o'brien is seeking why those charges were dropped in the first place. state attorney kim fox accused herself, opposed to this idea saying she ardea asked this general to investigate. 300 pages of detective notes released next week. the video files from the case will also be revealed, looking forward to what is on that.
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casey anthony is planning to make a movie about her life, the film title as i was told will detail the events surrounding her daughter's death according to the daily mail. that includes wild partying and she was found not guilty in 2011 after a trial that gripped the nation. she claims she was told to cover up knowledge that kaylee was dead for a month. anthony tell the daily mail the movie will prove she had no part in the incident. it is expected to be released next year. rob: nonprofit group closer than ever to finishing a private border wall in new mexico. the mayor rescinded a cease-and-desist order and issued new permits. the group raised millions of dollars in ago fund me campaign to be for border security and celebrated its near completion during a ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday.
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and facing another obstacle in florida, people who donated to the campaign files consumer complaints, the state opening investigation into $20 million. jillian: major league baseball vows to address and safety one day after a child was hit by a foul ball. clubs have significantly expanded netting and their inventory of protected seats in recent years. last season all ballparks extended protective netting at least to the end of the dugout. the child hit at the cubs astros game past that point down the left field line. her condition is unknown but the player who hit her. rob: scripps national spelling be doesn't have a single champion, but eight of them. the spelling be ending in a historic tie. >> we are now in uncharted territory. we do have plenty of words
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remaining on our list but we will soon run out of words that can possibly challenge you, the most phenomenal assemblage of super s in the history of this storied competition. jillian: the competition crowning eight co. champs for the first time in its 94 year history, the judges had no choice after running out of challenging words for the kids. rob: we will meet all eight winners in the 7:00 hour of "fox and friends". if you want to feel really dumb. jillian: i lost because i couldn't spell the word vacuum. to this day. rob: that will give you a complex. 37 minutes after the hour. first netflix and amazon and now disney says its future in georgia is in doubt over the heartbeat abortion bill opening the floodgates for other studios to follow suit threatening to
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pull production from the state. where do things stand today? jillian: is it death threat or genius? hundreds of these stores will start selling alcohol. we are coming right back.
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rob: more media companies threatening to leave georgia over the pro-life legislation. the big-time corporations stopping business and production, if georgia's ban on abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected is expected to become law next year. netflix and disney were the first to consider leaving the state, georgia is a popular place for tv and movie shooting locations outside hollywood. they get big tax breaks. jillian: you won't see any new york times report on rachel maddow anytime soon, the paper for bidding staff from going on
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political shows deemed too partisan like msnbc or cnn according to vanity fair. the report says the gray latest executive editor wants to avoid reporters being associated with political leanings. producers not happy about the policy, with one calling it inconsistent, incoherent. rob: coming soon, at the dollar store. jillian: tracy carrasco here with family dollar's big announcement. >> reporter: they will be selling alcohol at 1000 of it struggling stores, a move to boost sales. they are expanding freezers, coolers and to sell food at 400 stores and they are testing out expanding the test, selling things other than the one dollar price point. all of this as the parent company dollar tree, they
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acquired it in 2015, really has been a drag. we will see if this works, what kind of alcohol they will be selling. what can you sell for a dollar? >> i'm intrigued by this dating apps. >> a tinder style dating apps for dog owners to connect with other dog owners. it is expanding to denver and dallas after success in austin, atlanta, miami and san francisco. they have 65,000 people and it is to help dog lovers to connect with people who would accept their pet, avoid dates with people who don't want to date a dog owner. this is a great apps. these dating apps are very
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specific like trump supporters or ivy league students or things like that. rob: i have a name for it. i won't say it on tv. 43 after the hour, thanks so much, democrats trying obstruction as robert mueller closes the book on the russia probe. what do voters think and what will it mean for the 2020 chances for democrats? jillian: what is coming up on "fox and friends"? >> you lost your spelling be with vacuum? i lost my with patience. i empathize. jillian: thank you. >> what was the word you couldn't spell? rob: i was never nerdy enough to try for spelling be. >> speaking of not nerds but great kids we have all eight of
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the spelling be champs. don't know how you get eight champs but i saw it on your show, we have all of them on "fox and friends". the president's big announcement on immigration. we will get insight from tom homan. we have geraldo rivera and mark live in joining the program with what he has to say about the politics of the day. if it is friday and we are outside and it is summer we are kicking off with all-american summer concert series, known as the plaza with eli young fans. all morning. i know you will be out here. see you in a bit. in with us. and our adult children are here. so we save by using tide. which means we use less. three generations of clothes cleaned in one wash. anybody seen my pants? #1 stain and odor fighter, #1 trusted. it's got to be tide.
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obstruction of justice, to discover propaganda attorney general william barr and donald trump cast over the line. >> trump did everything he could to derail, stop, halt, obstruct the investigation. rob: democrats crying obstruction even after bob mueller closed the book on the russia probe. a few weeks until the first primary debate what was the identity of the democratic party be? here's press secretary for the house democrat -- good to see you again, michelle. a good question. do you think in the wake of this mueller gave them wind in their sales to talk about obstruction? they have a problem with william barr. did democrats focus too much on this president to win in 2020? >> that is my fear. when you look at the idea of impeachment keep in mind only 61% of the country does not support the idea of impeaching
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the president and i don't think democrats should go down this road without american voters backing them and independents as well as antipollution recognizes this is not the way we are going to beat donald trump in 2020, during the midterm elections 31 democrats won in districts that trump won in 2016 so she wants to hold onto those seats or we could end up finding ourselves in a republican controlled house and republican-controlled senate and if donald trump wins the executive office. rob: this shows the 13 that had both requirements, the polling and the money. this is your 13 that we know we will see in these debate in the sixth on the next graphic that endorsed impeachment. booker, buttigieg, o'rourke and
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warren, a small fraction of democrats for impeachment but a big fraction of the candidates going for president. what will the debates look like? it will almost be like a big we hate trump, how will they fix it? >> that is the risk they are running and they need to focus on the economy which is doing well but still a lot of middle class and lower class not doing well. focus on healthcare. as an african-american woman i want them to focus on criminal justice reform. those issues are important to people. what we have to keep in mind is even if the house goes forward with impeachment proceedings they need the senate to impeach the president and republican-controlled senate is not going to do that. we will end up nowhere. rob: let me ask about joe biden's almost impossible popularity. amazing how popular he has become, he only had one big
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event. is it because he is still holding the line of moderate democrat policy? he is moderate on climate change, aoc hate it. he is moderate on healthcare. compared to what they are proposing, obamacare is pretty popular. >> you have the name recognition. a lot of democrats and people in america want to return to normalcy, the last administration they recognize with some normalcy behind it was under the obama administration. biden is attractive. i watched the townhall with michael bennett and i really liked him but michael bennett does not have the name recognition of kamala harris or biden or elizabeth warren so he is at the bottom of the pole. i think there has to be some sort of middle ground because if you move too far left you will lose those independents and you will lose those people who voted for obama and turned around and
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voted for trump. rob: when you try to appease the far left wing, that is what they keep saying, that is where the fire is, you lose. >> that is where the headlines are. i'm not sure that is where the fire is but that is what everyone is talking about because they are talking about aoc and the green new deal. that leads the headlines but is it what the american people want? i don't think it is. rob: they should focus on polls and look at biden, more than headlines. thank you so much, appreciate your time. 53 minutes after the hour. this is unbelievable and horrifying. video of a shark circling an unsuspected swimmer, a one off the coast of florida. she has no idea, the video that will make you think twice about going in the water this weekend. hashtag life, a new study that
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nowhere jillian: you are listening to crazy girl by the eli young band. i bet rob has met a crazy girl or two in his life. that's a story for another day. rob: we're not going to talk about it. jillian: summer concert series continues on today. stop on by. here's a question is twitter making you dumber? >> 9/18 hit this lady that's when i hit the fire hydrant, sorry, allegedly. rob: new study says yes researchers are making you dumber group in italy following impacting school. jillian: those used it average on a test. what you thought about this. rob: somebody wrote on that's why i left twitter six months ago. jillian: i was smart enough to decide not to use it. rob: yes as most people believe what they read and do not do actual research.
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if you follow intelligent things, you will get smarter. jillian: good for breaking news and tell you what's happening in that moment. rob: absolutely. back to the glulg. stuart with the good. a birthday surprise police getting this 5-year-old girl a toy car as she recovers from a gunshot wound. >> is it pretty cool? >> yes. rob: little london was hit in the head. can you believe that? by a stray bullet at a gas station in michigan. luckily she is alive. jillian: next the bad. terrifying moments caught on camera when a bounce house full of children slides several feet in to the air. five people were hurt when the large castle flipped over before crashing onto the ground. three people in critical condition. the castle was not properly secured. rob: circling unsuspecting swimmer a woman off the coast of florida. this is horrifying. the man recording this frightening clipping looking
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down from the balcony. he saw the woman directly over this big shark in panama city, beach, she had no idea and people on the beach started screaming shark, and she managed to get back to shore. jillian: thankfully she did. wow. have a good friday, everyone. rob: see you later. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ainsley: i'm coming to work with tears in my eyes this morning because i watched this video. it is about eli young is going to be our group today for the summer concert series responde response soaredy sandals. wounded warrior how his

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