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them for 3,000 bucks apiece. rob: wow wow finally the ugly. a baseball player gets down jordan getting a face full of dirt trying to slide into third base. he was face and scored later on. jillian: is have a good day. rob: bye. ♪ hey now, you're an all star ♪ get your game on ♪ go play ♪ all that glitters is gold. steve: already the 18th day of june. come on up to the mezzanine level of f. day two. dan bongino in for the busy brian kilmeade. ainsley: no tie. he prom milled me yesterday. tan dan you watched the show yesterday. steve: yet, by the end of the show you said.
this. steve: tomorrow, america, dan bongino is going to return. ry going to be wearing a tie because i know it's killing you. dan: no. i told goo gavin i'm taking this off in protest no. tie tomorrow. steve: tune in tomorrow. >> i did not break my word. ainsley: did you not. you follow through with your promises. do you feel open? dan: can you see totally differential dan bongino. like a clark kent superman thing. steve: it's no tie tuesday. because he has come up from florida, to do the show, a couple of times this week, we are going to make your dreams come true. not only is he going to do the news of the day. he doesn't have to war a necktie. but also he will get to make steaks. he will meet gary woo gary woodd and there is going to be hand-to-hand combat in the studio. dan: like a dream show today. they asked me what my favorite food i said steak.
what's your second favorite food. warm-up steak. ainsley: how. dan: medium. even medium is a little much. no more than medium. no, no more than medium. steve: going to do it in the studio. ainsley: i'm one step above you. so we have gary wood langed coming on. my dad is writing me last night. this is such a great guy. do euro search. make sure you know about him. dad, i gout you covered. yesterday we introduced you to him. this guy is amazing. he supports folds of honor. is he a father. he talked openly about a miscarriage that his wife had. they have won son. wife home on bed rest because she is expecting twins. he was wearing a patriotic outfit. steve: in fact wearing volition gear. so delighted with his appearance apparently they have up you had the amount of money they are going to be donating to the folds of honor buy stuff through the
4th of july. ainsley: that's one of piewm maps brands. if you buy the volition gear. put kids through school who have lost their parents who died fighting for our country. steve: the president will kick off his 2020 campaign down in orlando. people already lingsd up outside the amway center in orlando. watch. [chanting four more years] ainsley: his campaign has received 100,000 ticket requests the center holds 20,000. dan: people have been camped out for days. is that right? >> good morning. let me show you what this line looks like this morning
even in the time we have been here. it's nearly doubled. hundreds of people have been the here for hours. including these ladies. we have maria, nancy and generally, all from florida. they have -- they got here yesterday at 3:30 in the afternoon. maria, why are you here? why are you camping out? >> to support our president. this is a bucket list item and to support walk away. we are all former dems. >> what do you want to hear tonight from the president? >> i just love the fact that he unites everybody. and it's like a rock concert. you get so excited. i just think that what i want to hear is what he has planned for everybody to move forward, you know. he does such a good job of getting things done. show the game plan. let us know what's the next step? get us jazzed up because we already are. but we just don't want it to stop. this is awesome. >> jenny, you have been here
all morning. what does it mean to be here. >> i'm real excited to be here. i can't wait for the -- >> so excited. guys, they have been here all morning. they are going to be here all day, all trying to get one of those 20,000 spots. they will be here. back to you. steve: all right. lauren blanchard live outside the amway center. i read that apparently somebody -- people started lining up 42 hours before the event. ainsley: yesterday morning. steve: one person described this as the mother of all rallies. dan: crowds matter. they do. i remember in the secret service when i knew that democrats were in trouble. i went to a jon corzine rally with president obama. they were supposed to fill up a 20,000 person stadium. only 8,000 people show up. ainsley: not a good photo op. dan: people that say crowds don't matter clearly haven't
run for president. ainsley: he said we are going to have food trucks out there. we're building. i love how he chose to use the word building. movie screens outside for the people for the rally and can't get tickets inside. the trump tailgate event and begins this morning at 12:00 in the morning. dan: always concerns about the crowds and the people out there for him. he always goes all out for him. steve: if you watch one of his rallies. if you have been to one of his events, he has a different style of campaigning that appeals to a lookout of people. buck sexton, you know him, the radio show. he had this observation about the president's campaigning. >> a high water mark of enthusiasm of the democrats right now that's going to recede very quickly when the trump train leaves the proverbial station. i think even some of his most voyeusohe sufferhe isable s
in one day. there is nobody on the democratic side who comes even close to just the pure performance art on the campaign trail that this president can put forward. when you look lie the numbers the trump presidency is doing very well on the economy which is going to be tough to beat. he hasn't started a foolish war or can a lated a war we don't have a clafns winning. there is compelling story lines of the president to tell. once he tells them, then democrats are going to be in trouble. ainsley: lots of presidents love going to the president's rallies. there are also people who don't like our president there are these rallies going on called impeach trump rallies. one in new york city. lawrence jones who is a correspondent for sean hannity's show and always on our show and a friend of ours. he went out twownel of these rallies the one in new york city on saturday. and sean hannity had him on last night talking about it and sean said i was on the phone with you, man, because i was worried about your safety. people were taunting him and saying racist remarks to him. listen to what lawrence
jones said on sean hannity's show last night. >> can you go back to kenya now. >> these guys come up to me and they say, you know go, back to fox news and pick cotton. they say go back to kenya. this is who these people are. they know that with our reports and exposing the poverty and the failure of policies that all these democrat cities have been doing to many people that look like me, they don't want this to be -- they believe all black people need to think the way the same they want us. stay on the welfare system so we can't progress in life. i will expose it every single day. if they think that i'm going to stand down because they yelled obscene things to me, they have got enough thing come. we are going to double down and go to all these liberal icities. ainsley: so they said to him go back to fox news to pick
cotton and they said go back to kenya. dan: why is it that the left is supposedly tolerant. bump err sticker, coexist. it only applies to leftists. seems bothered by minority. seemed consistent ire. it's really gross and disgusting. steve: that was one of the impeach trump rallies where i was reading some news reports that apparently the turnout was much less across the country than they were expecting. ainsley: if that were a trump rally, and the media went to cover that and someone said that to one of the reporters, would the other networks be covering that? dan: it would be disgusting and capital crime nut media as it should be. they will you ignore that completely of course. ainsley: they will. steve: what do you think about that? email@example.com. 6:09 in new york city. jillian joins us with a fox news alert. jillian: good to see you, mr. bank on the couch. dan: thank you very much.
jillian: fox news alert. millions of undocumented immigrants could soon be kicked out of the country. the president tweeting overnight, quote: next week ice will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the united states. the trump administration just restored $432 million in aid to central american countries. the money was approved for projects to reduce migrant outflows before the president cut off assistance in march. also breaking right now, the pentagon sending 1,000 additional troops to the middle east as brand new images show the aftermath of tanker attacks linked to iran. acting defense secretary patrick shanahan says the troops will, quote: address air, naval and ground base threats in the region. it comes ahead of secretary of state mike pompeo high stakes meeting with centcom commanders today. a federal judge declares a mistrial on 15 criminal charges against a militant in the deadly benghazi attack. last week a jury found must
atf iguilty.could not reach a dn on the remaining charges including murder. four americans killed in the 2012 attack on the u.s. consulate in libya including ambassador christopher stevens. taylor swift uses her latest music video to make a major political statement. watch this. ♪ you are somebody that we don't know ♪ but you are coming at my friends like a missile ♪ jillian: song titled you need to calm down as the country celebrates pride month. asking fans to sign a petition equality act. legal protections for gay americans. fans going wild over this surprise twist. swift and katy perry hugging it out ending a year's long feud between the two pop stars. my goodness. the drama coming to an end.
steve: taylor swift appears as french fries and katie perry is the burger. ainsley: can't have one without the other. steve: thank you, jillian. former cia officer. disinvited from a cyber security conference something is he a specialist at because is he pro-life. ainsley: why does his stance on abortion even matter? congressman will hurd is going to join us to respond to all the controversy coming up next. ♪ ♪ speak life ♪ speak life ♪ when the sun won't shine ♪ and you don't know why nice. but, uh... ♪
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♪ ♪ dan: g.o.p. congressman served in the cia removed as a speaker cyber security conference over backlash pro-life voting record. in a statement organizers claim we will continue to focus on technology and research; however, we recognize that black hat u.s.a. is not the appropriate platform for the polarizing political debated resulting from our choice of speaker. but why would his pro-life stance have anything ought all you to do with his expertise in the intel community? let's ask him former cia officer texas congressman william heard joins us now. thank you for joining us. i really appreciate it? >> good morning.
dan: the most disturbing thing about this story is -- i'm sure i don't know you personally, i would take this to the bank and cash that check, that during your time in the cia, you managed to do your job as a patriot without letting your personal politics get involved and yet your personal politics kept from you contributing to this intel conference. how does that make you feel? >> well, you are exactly right. i will take it even a step further. i don't know what the personal politics were of my colleagues that we were shoulder to shoulder and stopping al qaeda from trying to conduct another attack on our homeland, preventing russian spies from trying to steal our secrets and putting nuclear weapons proliferators out of business. this is one more data point in a trend where people are uncomfortable or unwilling to engage with people who disagree with them. i think in the competition of idea is what helps you separate fact from fiction. the only way to solve big things in this country is if we actually work together.
and when it comes to things like national security and cyber security, this is even more important. the president had to send 1,000 more troops to the middle east in order to deal with iran. you are going to likely see an increase of cyber attacks from the iranians on us and our allies. the only way to be able to defend ourselves is if the public sector, the private sector, academia, the research community all ultimately work together. and so, you know, i was looking forward to delivering my remarks on cyber security. i was going to keep it to cyber security and talk about how we had to cooperate together. dan: congressman, the real stain on this event here is i couldn't personally looking at a tv without any politics. without politics getting involved. think of a finer keynote speaker than a man like yourself. served in the cia. in congress. you have been a leader on foreign policy issues and spoken out on this. it's really the people in this conference, the attendees that suffer it. really was like cutting off your nose to spite your
face. >> that's very kind of you. and also i helped build a cyber security when i was in the private sector. so this is a topic that is near and dear to me. and as you -- as we see the number of devices that are going to be interconnected our surface area of attack is increasing. even more important and to have that mix of conversation between the public and private sector. this is a premier hacker conference and i wish him the best and i hope to have a successful conference. dan: congressman, i have a minute left. tech crunch i had tore which i assume is online magazine zac whitcher tweeted out your attendance would be a quote affront to diversity. just your final thoughts? >> i believe it was aclu lawyer who replied to that tweet and said we should probably remind you that he is african-american. so, that's a voice that's
also lacking sometimes in the security industry. dan: congressman, thank you for your service to the country. thanks for coming on. i'm genuinely sorry this happened to you. this is a disgrace. you are a good man and that this happened is really disgraceful. thanks a lot. i really appreciate you coming on. congressman will hurd. thank you. >> thank you. dan: silencing conservatives on college campuses. who is leading the movement and what do they really want? our next guest toured the country to find out ♪ let's go ♪ ♪ [farmers bell] (driver) relax, it's just a bug. that's not a bug, that's not a bug! (burke) hit and drone. seen it, covered it. at farmers, we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. ♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪
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investigation. the state department 30 security incidents considered to be violations and infractions by at least 15 unidentified people. the department calls the investigation serious and disciplinary actions are currently pending. it is expected to wrap up in september. and former trump campaign manager paul manafort will not be moved to the notorious rikers island jail. a senior doj official says manafort has been transferred to new york but will remain in u.s. custody because is he convicted of federal charges for financial crimes. manafort is awaiting a state trial in a separate case. steve: meanwhile since the 2016 election there has been no shortage for protests on college campuses students calling for safe spaces trying to silence those who have an opinion they disagree with. dan: new book called panic attack, young radicals in the age of trump examines who is leading these
protests and what they really want. ainsley: joining us is the author of that book robby soave. panic attack young radicals in the age of trump. robe, thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me who is behind this? >> radical students. elite campuses. numbers are small but influence is huge. idea of safety that includes not physical harm and what you and i and almost everyone would think what safety is but also discomfort from language and feelings. if you are bringing someone to campus who is conservative or even someone who is liberal. some of their professors their far left professors they disagree with perhaps related to race or gender they protest them. they shut down the speakers. they will bring violence with them because they think it's self-deference. they have think they have the right to protect the marginalized from emotional
harm that would come from having anyone express a different opinion on campus. steve: i went to college in the 1970s. nothing like ever that happened at my university. where did this all come. >> from even the left used to you tab pro-free speech left. i think of the aclu defended the rights of horrible people to march even recently. actually the aclu is kind of afraid of these young people because they are relaxing from their ironclad commitments to free speech. the older kind of free speech left. you go back to berkeley they were leading a free speech movement alongside conservatives. now it's a different left that again safety takes paramount over freedom of expression. they don't think freedom of expression helps their goals. dan: one of the interesting parts of your book and something i had to come to terms with a long time ago, it's not that they want to win an ideological back and forth dialogue or average. ment some on the left on college campuses want to crush you and stop from you speaking and want some kind of reckoning and revenge. it goes back to where we think liberals are people
with bad ideas. liberals think conservatives are bad people with bad ideas. am i reading that wrong? >> don't you think if you are shutting down this speaker it makes you look foolish and other people more sympathetic to the speaker maybe if the person spoke they wouldn't like him or disagree with him. that's not what he would doing. we are promoting safety. and here to protect people's feelings. it's not a tactical exchange of ideas. people are literally dying in the streets. ainsley: i think now some of these professors and leadership and businesses are afraid to go up against these people that are speaking out. and, you know, we have seen such a change over the last few years in what can you and can't say in politically correct culture. lawrence jones, who is a fox news contributor, he went out to find out -- he went to a trump -- impeach trump rally in new york. this is the left that is supposed to be so tolerant and they were taunting him for his race. watch this. >> obviously the people
before us. >> go back to kenya. >> go back to kenya now. >> he told sean hannity they also said go back to fox news and pick cotton. >> reminds me of the covington kids with the native american activists saying get out of our country. we all come from africa and they were supposed to be perceived as racist ones by the media. anyway, they have this idea that you shouldn't be allowed to speak. even in the workplace, it only takes one. if you hire one young person, they can weaponize again not all young people are going to do. this hire the i don't think person, weaponize harassment law in the workplace the same way they have done it on campus title 9. take the relevant laws and assert that the workplace must be a safe environment, safe from ideas. not just from physical conduct. steve: we will check out the brand new book, it comes out today. it's called panic attack. young radicals in the age of trump. robby soave congratulations.
>> thank you. steve: meanwhile dwayne "the rock" johnson laying the smack down on conformity. delivering a moving speech at the mtv awards about staying true to yourself. the message you should hear on this tuesday morning. they loved it. it's coming up ♪ ♪ of its kind lexus ux and ux f sport, also available in hybrid all-wheel drive. lease the 2019 ux 200 for $329/month for 36 months. experience amazing at your lexus dealer. the first survivor of ais out there.sease and the alzheimer's association is going to make it happen. but we won't get there without you. visit alz.org to join the fight. "i got it!" so bookers are booking a one, two, three,
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love. stop calling yourself "the rock" what? i made a choice. the choice was i wasn't going to conform to hollywood. hollywood was going to conform to me. [cheers and applause] ainsley: that's awesome. be authentic. be who you are. steve: that was the rock last night at the mtv award he accepted the generation award. he made it very clear when he first got to hollywood he didn't fit in. he wasn't the movie star type. he was miserable. he decided just to be himself. listen to this other sound bite where he talks about one quote that has guided him through life. >> there is another side to being your authenticself, your trueself. that's the side that the magic is on. that's the side that's gold. while yes it's important to be yourself. you have to recognize the joy and the responsibility of bringing everybody with you. [cheers and applause]
we bring everybody with us and you do that by being kind, by being compassionate. by being inclusive and straight up just being good to people because that matters. [cheers and applause] when i was 15 years old, i heard a quote and i will never forget it and i bring it with me everywhere i go. it's engrained in my d.n.a. the quote is. this. it's nice to be important but it's more important to be nice. [cheers and applause] with that i love you. ainsley: if you watch the whole thing because it's too long. they dance to we will, we will rock you. he dances out in between those dancers that are on the stage. he first thanks the corographers, he thanked the men and women dancing behind him. he recognizes the girls at home his wife and daughters says they are powerful and strong. he gives quotes and gives the story of talking about being authentic. don't change how are.
dan: is he incredibly disciplined if you follow him on instagram or social media. is he up probably the time you get up in the morning. steve: good morning, rock. dan: 4:00 work day. ainsley: i didn't know he was a football player at miami. pro-preferable. dan: i may be the last guy on earth to not know his dad was rocky johnson famed of the old wwf back in the day. i didn't know that. steve: family business. dan: i just found that out a year ago. steve: at the end he gave that quote it's nice to be important but it's more important to be nice. email uemail us at it was or wee on facebook. dan: nobody goes to the place. ainsley: when you couple to a fork in the road, take it. audrey hepburn said nothing is impossible. the world itself says i'm
possible. steve: learn from everything and that's why we do the news. ainsley: can i can do all things through christ that strengths me. that's a way you can teach your kids thatters have. count them on your fingers. send us the quotes the things your parents taught you when you were young. it's firstname.lastname@example.org. steve: we will share some throughout the morning. meantime 24 minutes before the hour. jillian joins us with another story. jillian: another death. new jersey man nine american tourist to i do in the dominican republic in the past year. joseph allen found dead in his hotel room on thursday after complaining about not feeling well. his cause of death has not been revealed. this as we learned several teens got extremely sick on a senior trip to hard rock resort in punta cana last week. that's where a california man died back in april. we will stay on top of this and bring you the latest. a toddler nearly hit by flying beach umbrella. stop what you are doing and watch this. you can see the sharp bottom
of the umbrella miss henry by just inches. isn't that frightening? this happening on wendy north myrtle beach in south carolina. his patience are sharing the video to warn people of the potential dangers of flying umbrellas. two people impaled by beach umbrellas last year. liberal lawmakers want to give lo income earners an extra thousand bucks a year in tax refunds. governor newsom will have tone doors port of president trump's 2016 tax law to do it. many in the state legislature railed against the legislation when it was signed into law. proposed budget changes address business taxes. are you having trouble kicking habits like overeating? >> i'm not better. these nibs are just too damn delicious. jillian: that thing right there is an electric shock bracelet so you can discipline yourself. amazon unveiling $200
bracelet gives users 350-volt jolt every time they step out of line either automatically or through an app. the company promises you will kick your bad habits within five days. whoa. someone just said i need that. ainsley: what do you need it for? dan: i have a fidgeter sometimes. captain energy man. if i could get a nice buzz to zap me i would stop that. steve: are you serious? dan: have you catch it. moving my fingers around. i'm a big fidgeter. ainsley: are you one of those that shakes your leg under the table. ainsley: i do. steve: bird dog can we run extension cord over to dan? ainsley: i need to go to the gym more. buzzes me at 5:00. janice: i haven't worked out since 1986. steve: there you. you go that was a good year. janice: it was a very good
year. steve: if you have an umbrella. janice: sometimes you have to make your own sunshine that's my expression. because it's raining out here across the northeast. take a look at the maps across the northeast and mid-atlantic. potential for showers and thunderstorms workweek. 71 in memphis. a lot of unsettled weather plain states. plant mid-atlantic up towards the northeast. often rain showers for many of us across the eastern third of the country. can you seat future radar where some golf games might get rained out. take your umbrellas with you. and here's a severe threat through this evening. large hail, damaging winds, isolated tornadoes through the plain states and strong winds and hail for parts of the southern appalachians up towards the mid-atlantic. there is your forecast today. 73 in new york. 82 in atlanta. 81 in kansas city. with mostly sunny skies. all right. steve, ainsley, and dan
bongino. dan: back again. thank you very much. ainsley: thank you, janice. high stakes at the supreme court justices gearing up for a big decision or several big decisions with less than two weeks in their term. including the fate of the census citizenship question. steve: judge andrew napolitano is here as you can see and joins us with predictions after this time-out. what's up with your... partner? not again. limu that's your reflection. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty, liberty, liberty, liberty ♪ before discovering nexium 24hr to treat her frequent heartburn, marie could only imagine enjoying freshly squeezed orange juice. now no fruit is forbidden. nexium 24hr stops acid before it starts for all-day, all-night protection. can you imagine 24 hours without heartburn?
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probably show it. researchers at the university of pennsylvania say they can predict 21 medical conditions including pregnancy by looking at language in facebook posts. status updates are, quote: particularly effective in detecting diabetes and mental health issues. i am not posting anything on facebook. ainsley? [laughter] ainsley: thanks, jillian. you all eyes on the supreme court where justices are set to rule on two dozen cases including the 2020 citizenship question before their term ends in just two weeks. but, they have already decided some key cases. steve: here to break it all down fox news senior judicial analyst and host of liberty file on fox nation judge andrew napolitano. judge yesterday we heard about gerrymandering and this is not a surprise. >> yesterday the decision on gerrymandering was a decision to not make a decision. the state of virginia realigned its state legislative districts to favor democrats. and the republican house of delegates, the lower house
of the state of virginia sued and the supreme court said one house can't sue. it really means nothing. only both houses can sue. they threw the case out. bottom line a win for the democrats in state legislative districts. i have to tell you, courts are reluctant to get involved in redistricting. it is essentially a legislative function. and they only want to get involved in the legislature is way out of line, like say my legislative district in new jersey where i live along the delaware river and my congressman lives along the hudson river. it's the same legislative district. okay. but what has me steamed yesterday and we were talking about this during the break is the double jeopardy decision. the whole history of the constitution is a reaction to the excesses of british colonial rule. and one of those excesses was repeatedly trying someone until they got the verdict they want and the punishment they want. steve: only get tried one time. >> correct. that's why we have a clause in the fifth amendment that
prohibits repeated efforts to convict. the supreme court said yesterday the government can do that the same event. let's say a bank fraud, which is both a federal and state violation, you can be tried twice. convicted twice. and punished twice for the same. steve: who wrote that impact. >> that may very well impact pawrstd as we speak being transferred from a federal institution in pennsylvania to holding cell in new york to be tried in new york for the same crimes for which he has already pleaded guilty in federal court in virginia. the whole purpose of the double jeopardy clause is to prevent this from happening. i love the dissent. i love the dissent because it shows that justices can sometimes do the right thing and say right thing and break the mold. you have the most libertarian, natural law theorists on the law and most liberal theorists on the court. neil gorsuch and ruth bader ginsburg the whole history of the country are against you this are going to let it
happen. ainsley: paul manafort seven years state crime does he serve 14 years or just seven. >> no, he serves the 146789 by the way if he is convicted in the state, it will be longer than seven years. it's a manifest injustice and the supreme court is allowing it to happen. dan: judge, this nullifies a presidential pardon. have every entrepreneurial democrat attorney general who wants to be the governor of their state is then going to seek to attack the trump administration through charges later on even if people like mike flynn or whatever. >> use paul as an example. if paul manafort were pardoned tomorrow by president trump that would not nullify the state prosecution. same as the case for anybody else that he would pardon. steve: coming up it, sounds like the justices will rule on the 2020 citizenship question which has been a political hot potato. >> some cases are going to come down, some decisions are going to come down thursday morning at 10:00 and some next monday at 10:00. i believe the citizenship one will be last.
i'm chuckling the chief justice the hottest potato for the end. steve: your prediction. >> my prediction the trump administration will prevail b.expect some profound bitterness in a decision coming. we haven't seen that bitterness yet. i think this is the one shoe is talking about. i think her bitterness is because she was on the losing end. dan: do you know what signal i use the left is in an absolute panic over that decision. makes me believe the trump administration is going to prove vale. >> danny, good to see new personal. >> you, too judge. steve: i wish we had smell-o-vision. steak making his favorite food. that right there. teach him how to cook everything from tomahawk to t-bone. ♪ i want it all ♪ i you want it all ♪ i you want it all
steve: as see said at the top of the hour dan bongino is here with us for a second day. celebrating his favorite food which is steak. from if i fly porter house learning the best way to cook these prime cuts of beef. steve: that's right. dan: executive chef of ben and zac's steak house is here to teach us how. look this is the holy grail of food. the. >> the best especially when you are dealing with prime beef. 2 or 3% of the cows in the country. dan: choice. prime a plus major league
baseball? >> exactly. steve: dan, go shopping. tell us about the cuts. dan picks his favorite you will cook it? >> porter house, tomahawk, ribeye fillet. short line shows the whole aging process. dan: i'm a savage for ribeye i need fat and ladder in tha --lard. >> better to have a thicker cut. this way you can't mess it up. you don't want to have a thin cut and sear on both sides and get a right temperature. steve: really good steak salt and pepper. >> occasionally salt. dan: room temperature, first i don't want to screw that up. steve: dan you are like you already know how to do this. dan: i do. who does not know the glory of ribeye. steve: get cracking. >> salt and pepper. ainsley: a lot of salt. >> it's a thick cut you won't even notice it.
ainsley: what kind of salt. >> sea salt. cast iron skillet is a must. scorching hot. ainsley: you need that much salt? >> oh, yeah. ainsley: what did you put in. >> there seasoned cast iron. you don't need to put any oil or butter. butter you can finish with it seasoned cast iron, high temperature, scorching hot. steve: when it's that thick. an inch and a half how long. >> three to four minutes on each side and finish in the oven. dan: medium. >> 160 degrees fahrenheit finished. steve: get a good sear and nice crust. how long in the oven angsz ainsley and what temperature. >> 400 degrees fahrenheit. we do it based on touch. can you always use a thermometer. steve: explain the touch? that one, you know what? each steak has a different tenderness. >> you know underneath medium.
the higher cooks the tougher it's requesting to get. dan: can you explain it is a sin to cook a steak well done. >> you don't want to do this well done. dan can that's a waste. >> such a quality of a cut you don't want to cook it well done. my preference is either medium rare to medium. nothing above 160 degrees. dan: i like it still mooing. sometimes rare isn't bad either. steve: tomahawk steaks have become very, very popular. in new york city at your restaurant shiewch cooked tomahawk steak. >> $130. serve two people. see the thickness of it. about 48 ounces in it. steve: you get to keep the bone? >> if you want it. ainsley: what's your most popular. >> porter house for two. we sear the porter houses and assemble it into like a puzzle. get a porter house for two. i mean, i like porter house you have the fillet side and strip side as well.
steve: what's your favorite, steve? steve: i like anything that's cooxd. can we have a bite of that? >> yes. dan: could i take this home? can i stack that? i need a piece with drizzle on it. >> all dry aged. dan: fat and all. >> more flavor. tender. [laughter] dan: i love. this ben and zac's get there stat. i love you. steve: that's why he is not wearing a tie he needs a bid. steve: i might eat that whole steak steve. steve: you have the whole commercial to do it. that man is going to make him a steak. woodland here live. ♪ i'm here for the party ♪ ♪
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him last night the more impressed i am. amazing guy. steve: i met him at folds of honor dinner two years ago. we asked you after we played the dwayne "the rock" johnson inspiring quote what some of yours are. we actually discovered that gary woodland most posted poste. one of his inspirational quotes. enjoy the stress. enjoy the uncomfortable. don't shy away from it. embrace it. he had plenty of that on sunday out in pebble beach. ainsley: congratulations to him. we asked to you send in your favorite quotes. vanessa sent in this. when you focus on the good the good gets better. love that. steve: a tweet frommed that keep you're eyes on the star and feet on the ground which is a quote from teddy roosevelt. >> tweet from mellowed. when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. ainsley: tweet from chad character is not taught it is revealed. that's good.
steve: keep sending them all morning long we will read them. email@example.com and facebook. >> steve: one thing you can't take away from dan bongino, his steak. did you see him that youing othatknawing onthat. ainsley: getting text messages. dan: getting over the steak transformative moment. you ate a piece? steve: did i. it was delicious. what auto do your pals from the secret service say? dan: i have an old friend. nickname was steak bone. what does he text me steak? caption exclamation point. tuning are in to the attack segment. ainsley: got to love men. easy to please. dan: give me a steak. so good. steve: dan, because is he living all his dreams today will also be involved in hand-to-hand combat. dan: oh, yeah. this will be good. ainsley: jujitsu? dan: it will be fun. steve: meantime, news of the day, president trump kicking
off his 2020 campaign in orlando, florida today. people lined up almost two days before the event outside the amway center. ainsley: president said his campaign received almost 100,000 ticket requests. ththe amway center holds 20,000. a lot of people camped outside watching it from the tv screen. dan: lauren blanchard in the sunshine state. people camped out for days; is that right? >> yeah. good morning. steve, ainsley, dan. take a look at this line now that the sun has come up. more and more people coming through. can you see it all down this street. across this parking lot. hundreds of people have come out. they have been camping. they brought their chairs. they have brought their tents. they have brought all of their signs. everything. let's take a quick check with george and sue. so real quick. they are from florida. why did you guys decide to come out here? you have been here since 4:00 in the morning. >> we have been here early.
we left 4:00 in the morning to get mere. we are happy to support trump because he has done so much for the country last two administrations jobs disappeared. the economy was down. people had their houses foreclosed on. with him being here, we have had jobs brought back to the country. people making money. more people employed now than ever. he has got to be allowed to continue this growth. if someone gets in there that does not have that agenda we will go back to the way we were. >> what are you hoping to hear tonight from the president. >> i want to watch him cook some booty. >> okay, guys so as you mentioned, only 20,000 tickets. 100,000 people signed up for them. thieves folks most likely going to make it in for the rally. for all those who can't get in there they have 45 fests. big screen tvs, food trucks, concerts. they will be able to see the event themselves. will. steve: lauren blanchard in the line outside the amway center in orlando.
i have a feeling the president of the united states tonight during big kickoff is going to be talking about our next news story. it is a fox news alert. the president tweeted out last night that apparently ice is going to start the process of deporting millions of people who are in this country illegally. ainsley: this is what he tweeted. he said next week ice will begin the process of removing the illegal aliens ii will his sithly found their way into the united states. they will be removed as fast as they come in. mexico, using their strong immigration laws, is doing a very good job of stopping people before they cross the southern border. guatemala getting ready to sign a safe third agreement. the only ones who won't do anything are the democrats in congress. they must vote to get rid of the loopholes and fix asylum. if so, border cries will end quickly. steve: the question is who is he talking about? we have heard estimates there are 12 million people in this country illegally there was an administration official who spoke anonymously to one of the
newspapers here in new york. they say they are going to focus on the 1 million people who have been deported. but are still here. but dan bongino, you have been in law enforcement your whole life. dan: yeah. steve: typically a large scale operation like this is kept secret so you don't tip people off. dan: yeah. we saw with the oakland mayor, remember the oakland mayor was of course a liberal who tipped off locals that the there were going to be immigration raids on people here illegally. you are right. not like we haven't seen this before. large scale operation thought dialed down to one specific area at this point the cat is out of the bag. ainsley: also announcing. state department announcing cut off aid to three central american countries. they said, this is worth hundreds of millions of dollars. they are saying if you are not going to listen townhouse and still come up here and send your people up here and not enforce the laws, then we will not continue to give you money. they said roughly $400 million worth of aid that's already approved for projects in 2017 and 2018 in those countries will
continue. morgan ortegas is the state department spokesperson now and here she is. >> we will not provide new funds for programs in those countries until we are satisfied northern triangle governments are taking concrete action tolsz reduce the number you have illegal migrants coming to the u.s. border. working with congress, we will reprogram those funds to other priorities as appropriate. this is consistent with the president's directions and with the recognition that it is critical that there be sufficient political will in these countries to address the problem at its source. steve: so, that's interesting. you know, you are talking about real money. keep in mind it was a couple weeks ago the president of the united states said hey mexico talking about 5% tariffs unless you start doing something. this should get their attention. one other note regarding the remove of the illegals. apparently the administration has been pushing the department of homeland security to get -- to do something like this for a number of months.
and in particular, it looks like they are trying to remove those deportation orders were expedited by the department of justice as part of a plan known as the rocket docket. dan: we have already seen upwards of 90% of people making asylum claims to ho get a court hearing do not show up. if there is no penalty at the end, what's the pointed? we effective li have no border at all. it looks like another win for president trump on this issue. ainsley: if you are illegal immigrants, you know where to go. many are heading to california where they're talking about giving you free healthcare if you are illegal. seven states plus d.c. i believe are saying if you come here, can you get a driver's license and bill de blasio our new york city mayor also running for president, he agrees with that, everyone should get a driver's license. he put this on twitter. could we scroll that up so i could see what he wrote on twitedder? oh. it's a sound bite. listen to this. >> i believe in drivers licenses for all. i believe that all new yorkers, regardless of documentation status, need to be able to get a license
the right way. it's about fairness but it's also about safety for all of us and for our families. right now what's happening just isn't safe. we have a chance to fix that in albany. i ask everyone to weigh in. drivers licenses for all. it's fair, it's smart. it's safe. steve: okay. so that's what he says. ainsley: could you hear him? he needs a better microphone. standing in traffic and talking. steve: the reason it's a big story because it actually passed the state astronaut in the past couple of days. and the governor, andrew cuomo who said he might not sign it actually did sign it. it's going to go into effect in 180 days so the first drivers licenses to people who are undocumented will be available in december. here's the thing. in new york state, according to a recent poll more than 50% of new yorkers were against giving undocumented people. dan: people who came here legally, followed the rules, corrected to our country, love this country, put their
hands over heart. we showed pieces of immigration ceremony yesterday i went to one with my own wife. one of the more meaningful in my life. what's the snointd walk in and get a driver's license and free college. ainsley: some of those people here as citizens. trying to get their families over and couldn't see their kids. dan: suffered greatly to do it and do it wh by the rules. really a shame. steve: they say it will make the streets safer to get driver's license you have to have insurance on the car and the car has to be inspected which in many cases they are not. dan: encouraging illegality and say it's going to make things safer is a bold stretch. steve: what do you think? firstname.lastname@example.org? ainsley: do you think those though broke the law to get here are going to follow the law and get insurance? dan: bingo. steve: that's the premise. email@example.com. or we're on facebook. ainsley: jillian has headlines for us. jillian: good morning. we start with a fox news alert. the pentagon is sending
1,000 additional troops to the middle east as brand new images show the aftermath of tanker attaches linked to iran. acting defense secretary patrick shanahan says the troops will address air, naval and ground-based threats in the region. comes as high stakes meeting with centcom commanders today. a discharged army private is killed by brave police officers in dallas. the suspect opening fire outside a federal courthouse just days after saying a storm is coming on facebook. >> holy crap. [gunfire] [. jillian: the fbi calls the responding officers heroes. no one else was killed or seriously injured. look at this photo on the left side of your screen. a photographer who took that photo almost came face to face with the gunman. you see him in this video hiding from the shooter. >> i crouched in the corner
and tried to make myself as small as possible and just pray you had. just prayed that he didn't walk past me. if he saw me sitting there with a camera, he would -- i have no doubt he would have shot me. jillian: so chilling. the shooter's motive is unmembership to. a man huntington intensifies after illegal immigrants escape detention center in broad daylight. ice officials say three men scaled a 15-foot fence and wall in aurora, colorado. police didn't respond for 30 minutes because they were busy with other calls. one of the escaped men is a suspect in a rape case and criminal conviction for trespassing. the broadway show hillary and clinton is closing its curtain. the play end ago month early after poor ticket sales. >> tend to always improve not diminish it. jillian: the play is a fictional story about the former first couple during hillary clinton's first
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>> i think about these guys getting out and, you know, neither one of them have expressed any remorse and neither one of them have taken responsibility and if they don't own up to what they have done, then when they get out, what's to keep them from doing it again? dan: hundreds of protesters marched in the dark this weekend using candles to light up the same path taken by 16-year-old honor student paula bohovsky the night she was beaten and assaulted. the one of the men set to be released. here with the community's growing outrage is ed day rockland county executive. thanks for joining us. >> good to be here. > dan: the details of this
case even me being in law enforcement being hardened to sick deranged stuff are so disturbing we candidly can't even put them on the air. what happened here how is the individual involved in this crime set to be paroled who was denied parole seven times? >> correct. he was on parole when he committed the crime. 40 years ago. >> he was on parole then. look. this is -- how is this happening? we are totally beside ourselves. we don't understand. this this is consistency in the parole board's looking at older people and them out of the system. they are forgetting one thing. murder is a crime as you know of permanency. same background. law enforcement. dan: no turning back. >> at the end of the day closure of justice. justice has been stolen here. now in rockland we have seen judith clark. murderer in the brinks robbery. kathy boudin also a murderer from the brinks robbery killed three members of law
enforcement. we have this crime here where this 16-year-old child coming home from a library working part time, honor student had a whole life ahead of her. had all of tomorrows stolen in the most brutal way imaginable. i have seen some horrible crime scenes in my time. this ranks up there. dan: even reality it last night a tough statement. board members based their decisions on whether the standards are satisfied by law. before making a final decision, the board members must follow statutory requirements which take into consideration many factors. end quote. what can governor cuomo do anything about this? he seems to speak out about everything else. >> we are getting comments such as. this if that was a piece of paper i would tear it up and throw it away right now. i never heard such nonsense in my life. this criminal was on parole when he committed the crime. he has never shown remorse. he has never taken any more accountability than the
interview early in the crime in the arrest stage. i don't know what the parole board is doing but whatever rule they are following, they just made their own cases, parole board must be broken down and revamped. this is an absolute outrage to the community of rockland county. >> just quickly i have about a minute left here. the mother, lois, we saw that video from the beginning. it is being victimized again by. this this is horrible. you can't watch that and not get a bit choked up inside. >> think one step more. bar barra may move back to pearl river. no meghan's law. can you imagine lois seeing him again? how cruel can this be? dan: thanks for your time ed day, appreciate it. the supreme court throwing out a big religious freedom dom case oregon baker. here to react to the big win coming up next. ♪
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unclear why the tree suddenly fell down. the city of la jolla whose to somehow salvage the tree. ainsley: thank you, steve. a wedding cake discrimination case is getting rejected by the supreme court. the case involves an oregon cake shop that was fined $135,000 by the state after its christian owners refused to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple. the high court now ordering an appeals court back in the state of oregon to reconsider the fine in light of its decision last year involving the masterpiece cake shop in colorado. here to react is that oregon cake maker melissa klein and senior counsel thank you so much for being with us. >> thank you for having us. >> thank you. ainsley: the supreme court sends this gay wedding dispute back to the supreme court. melissa, what was your reaction when you heard that? >> my reaction actually was -- i felt really happy. i felt like at least it wasn't thrown out.
i feel like we get basically another go at it and a second chance, basically. ainsley: stephanie, what happens next? >> so next we'll go back to the oregon court of appeals. the supreme court decided to take this case. they completely threw out the original opinion from the oregon court of appeals. and going to go back and make sure that this -- that melissa has a fair hearing and we're going to be trying the issue of whether the oregon administrative agency here acted with religious hostility toward the clines. ainsley: melissa, you decided not to bake this cake. tell us why and how that decision affected your life. >> i mean, it definitely affected our lives. it was a very -- it wasn't a very easy decision at all to make. we lost our business. it's been six years now and it's definitely taken a toll on our family and it's been very challenging.
ainsley: was it worth it? >> yeah. ainsley: you ran this business with your husband? >> i did. ainsley: how many kids do you have? >> we have five kids. ainsley: wow. how are you putting food on the table now? >> well, my husband, he has a job. and i'm trying to make little wooden signs on the side to help out. so just do what i can to help out. ainsley: what's your business now? tell us about it? >> oh, well, it's on my facebook page and it's basically just custom wood wall hangings that, you know, people -- i do a lot of bible verses and people -- it's just on my sweet cakes by melissa page. steve. ainsley: sounds good. stephanie, what is your argument here? the other side is going to say you need to make a cake for us. you can't discriminate. what is your argument? >> so no one should be
forced to express a message that they disagree with. and here we are going to be particularly looking at the question of whether the oregon bureau of labor and industries acted with religious hostility when they took a look at erin and melissa's case. here the supreme court taking the case and sending it back down in light of masterpiece made it clear they're not going to tolerate any souter of antireligious hostility. and they are very clear especially when it comes to state agency who have been frequently overstepping their bounds that the court is going to step in and make sure that everyone is entitled to their fay day in court before a neutral and unbiased judge. so, if anyone is interested in learning more about the case, they can go to first liberty.org. to show your support for aaron and melissa klein. ainsley: we did reach out to rachel and lawler the ones who wanted you to make the cake. thank you for being with us. >> thank you.
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using a knife. steve: a lot of people on social media in awe of the trick. culinary moon landing. others say a pocket knife works best to get the job done. this has been. >> you just pealed the outer shell. in this video. steve: we will see whether or not it's as easy as it looks in that video. jillian: no this doesn't work. steve: take a whole clove and stick it into. dan: i was totally cheating watching that segment. jillian: that's not the whole thing. >> how did you do it? u.s. just have to twist it and it comes right out. steve: still has the skin on it? >> try it again. it works perfect. >> smell like garlic the
whole day. jillian: i like the ood old fashioned way. ainsley: i will cut my finger off if i keep trying this. dan: include there in next cookbook. steve: it's in the last cookbook. it will be in the new one. take the garlic, take the knife. do that you peel it off. that works best. >> you can buy it already peal peeled. dan: am i getting any credit for doing it right. i missed my own cue on the teleprompter in order to study. steve: you are good with knives. steve: if you at home have done it and worked for you let us know what the secret is. jillian: i'm not buying it. ainsley: prevents smelling like garlic. take out the core.
steve: this set today will be a vampire free zone just saying. dan: thank you, good credit for my good friend janice. janice: impressed by you. do you want to do a little weather while i clean up? ainsley: do it. janice: raining in new york city. those are your temperatures across the country. potential for more rain in the forecast unfortunately for the eastern third of the country for the next several days. bring your umbrella with you. we could see the potential for large hail, damaging winds, isolated tornadoes in some of these areas and, again, it's just going to be kind of yucky here in new york city until thursday or friday. there is your severe weather threat. unfortunately, and there are your headlines today. so warm across the south. but bring your umbrellas here in new york city. ainsley: okay. thank you, janice. janice: what are we going to cook? we have garlic. janice: spaghetti? ainsley: cook up headlines.
jillian: i see what you did there. nicely done. i'm sure you have seen this video. if you haven't it's crazy to watch. 10 people hurt when severe turbulence rocks a plane. take a look at this. [shouting] jillian: unbelievable. seat drink cart flying through the air scolding passengers with hot water. once it replays again flight atteattendangt dressed in yello. passenger starting to pravment the turbulence lasted five minutes from kosovo to france. o.j. simpson raised a lot of eyebrows. >> there is a lot of fake accounts out there. this one at the real oj 32 is the only official one. it should be a lot of fun. i got a little getting even to do. jillian: parolee appears to
have just threatened someone operating one of those fake accounts with a series of nice emojis. simpson was acquitted in the stabbing deaths of his ex-wife and her friend in 1995. a home is completely obliterated when it suddenly explodes in the middle of the day. >> it was like a sonic boom, like a plane breaking the sound barrier. jillian: the explosion sending debris flying, trapping the homeowner in new jersey. an off duty police officer ran to the home to help and pulled the man to safety. >> like a switch that kicks in and you get into this mode where, you know, you need to help someone. jillian: the homeowner is in stable condition. the explosion is under investigation. and look at this. a baseball player gets down to earth at the college world series in michigan jordan getting a face full of dirt trying to slide in third base safe and later
scoreddance michigan won 2-0 against florida state. the only one i see out the corner of my eye still working on garlic is steve. steve: i figured it out. i have done it three times now. what you do is down at the base of the garlic, if there is a top and there is a bottom where the stalk where it's cut at the bottom. make a little cut there so it's separated from the road and pop it down but you twist it as you do it. janice: will you use this trick. steve: absolutely not. it's too dangerous. janice: there is the bottom line. all these tricks on youtube and stuff. steve: that's why we had to investigate another "fox & friends" investigation. meanwhile, it's a father's day he will never forget. gary woodland winning his first major open at the u.s. open and now he is taking over -- there he is at pebble beach and there he is our control room. look right there. that's the u.s. open trophy. janice: bring it here
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ainsley: is up credible. this as we learn several teenagers got extremely sick on a senior trip to the caribbean last week. dan: griff jenkins is live in our nation's capital with new information. griff, how is the family responding? griff: you know, dan, it's another devastated family this time from new jersey. joseph allen 55 years old from avenal found dead in hotel room last thursday after complaining about not feeling well. he was visiting the resort last week to celebrate a friend's birthday. i spoke with joe's aunt barbara saying she is heart broken. calling this unreal nightmare i spoke with joe's brother jason told me is frustrated with dominican's
officials responds. joe's son amir went to spend father's day with his dad only to arrive to devastating news on the island. jason said there was a rush to autopsy and amir, the son, was lied to by officials and pressured to sign documentation authorizing joe's body to be embalmed. the body hasn't been released or returned to the u.s. jason, joe's brother says is he working with senator menendez from new jersey to try to facilitate that calls emails from the resort fox news went unanswered this morning as did requests for comment from dominican officials. joe is the ninth american tourist to the caribbean island to deal from mysterious illness in the last year this as oklahoma teens on a senior trip to the d.r. saying they got extremely sick from a mystery illness 10 days ago at hard rock hotel and casino in punta canna. four americans have died at this property. one of them robert bell
wallace after drinking from the mini bar. raising questions of possibility of bootleg liquor. the hard rock total said once they learned much the teens of illness they took immediately corrective action adding that the safety and health of guests is their highest priority. i will tell you, it's tough talking to joe's family and joe's brother jason this morning because again you have a lot of stonewalling no, answers, and efforts to make it more difficult for families there on the island. guys? steve: it's a p.r. disaster. you pointed that out this week, griff, when they ran you off from one of the resorts. griff: it's just frustrating and families want the simplest of answers which is where? what funeral home is my family member in? what are the results of the autopsy? we have heard about these possibilities of pesticides or bootleg liquor. can we see a talks dog report?
-- toxicology report. time jason tell me about his nephew feeling pressured by officials. it's just unacceptable. ainsley: remember when that happened to holloway in aruba people stopped going there. same thing with this not going to a foreign country and not giving answers it makes everyone ask is it worth there? if do you, don't drink alcohol. dan: puts pressure on the tourism industry. griff: asked for patience while they waited for investigations to play out. the problem is too many investigations now are mounting and there are no answers. ainsley: you are right. steve: tough one. ainsley: not just about getting sick. these people are dying. thank you, griff. it is a quarter tilt top of the hour. a father's day that gary woodland will never forget. [cheers] got it! ainsley: wood land winning his first major at the u.s.
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stars and stripes on his shoes and patriotic colors on shirt and golf bag. steve: here to reflect on the big win on sunday kansas' pride and joy golf champion gary woodland. >> thanks for having me. i appreciate it. ainsley: tell us your story. how did you get here? >> i don't know. a lot of hard work. i have been blessed to be surround by amazing people my whole life and we believe. sometimes maybe not everybody believes but we believed within ourselves and we stuck with it. we had positive attitude on sunday. so contagious. my caddie and i had a great energy going on all day and we pulled it out. steve: so daunting. we watched all three days. but particularly on sunday. we were thinking you must have ice water in your veins because brooks koepka was launching an attack on you and it looked like he was going to take over. >> right from the start playing unbelievable from the beginning. amazing player. i saw what was happening in
front of me. you hear all the noise. i tried to stay within my 168. i was in the same situation with him last year when he won the pga. fortunately i had been in this situation before and tried to control myself because i couldn't control anything else. ainsley: you all are friends you hugged afterwards. >> it was nice. a lot of good guys there after i got done made it special. steve: hugging them like you are hugging trophy now. >> hard to let go. steve: i know you have been in series of hotel rooms since the big win. >> yes. steve: how far is that from you at all times. >> i can touch it at all times. that's what 2345eubgs it real when i wake up and see it next to me i realize it's not a dream. steve: one of the traditions is you take that top off and the champion does have a beverage out of it. what was your beverage? >> we had vodka quickly sunday night. it's going to get some good use in for the next year can i tell you. dan: when does it hit you? you just won the u.s. open? man, the u.s. open. do you wake up the next was i dreaming that. >> when i saw the trophy the
next morning. that night so much going on and excitement and friends and family it didn't sink in. seeing the trophy when i woke up it wasn't a dream. dan: what a great story. >> thank you. ainsley: what i love about your story. you have had some hard times. your wife had a miscarriage. and had your son and now she is pregnant with identical twin girls. what is so touching you have so many layers to you and so many wonderful stories that have come out of this. we all watched when you were face timing with your precious friend who has down syndrome. tell us about her. >> amy, i was fortunate enough to meet hei her in phoenix. we got to spend some time on the 16th hole. we asked her to play the hole with us. she got it up and down the bunker and made par. i was more nervous about her playing that than i was any time sunday. amazing story and love for life. that's what this world needs. we need a lot more of amy in it. steve: there you are playing a couple months ago i believe in arizona.
right after the big win on sunday, after you did some obligatory interviews you face timed her? >> it was special. we staye stayed in contact. she sent moo video singing happy birthday. when i have been sick she sent me stuff. amazing young girl. ainsley: that was her watching you win. >> go! [cheers] [laughter] >> that is awesome. ainsley: sweet. those are her parents. >> her parents and a friend. >> that's great. what goes through your mind when you watch that? >> it's heart-warming. like i said, she is an amazing young girl. i have been honored to meet her and call her friend. steve: yeah. you and i actually met about a year ago folds of honor down in oklahoma and i was lucky enough to give you the brooklyn award on behalf of folds of honor. a friend of ours, major dan rooney who started it. >> yeah. steve: knew you were going to make that putt even
though it was like 30 or 40 feet because it would have wound you up 13 under par because 13 is very important. >> it's special. obviously, major dan has been a huge influence in my life. he got me to understand that freedom isn't free and there is men and women that sacrifice and do so much for us so i can go out and play a game of golf and live my life under freedom. he has helped me understand that and, you know, i'm fortunate enough to wear patriotic colors with piewmma. we partnered with volition and folds of honor to give back to the men and women. ainsley: 13 number of folds in the flag that's why they call it folds of honor. we had flag day on friday we celebrated on fox square. steve: the deal is because volition was so struck by you wearing their gear they make a big contribution to folds of honor they doubled it through the fourth of july. >> i love it. i absolutely love it. dan: we have the best and worst golfer in the world not you, steve, me.
steve: i'm the worst golfer. dan: at 90 degrees not even physically possible i can do it. ainsley: we are all parents and raising these kids. how do we do that? how did your parents -- how did you get instilled with golf? steve: how does a kid from kansas? ainsley: what age were you when you started playing. >> when i started of walking my dad had me on the golf course. my dad worked nights when i got home from school i was able to hang out with my dad play golf, baseball, basketball. i loved every second of it. it's special to spend this with my dad on sunday. steve: in your dream though when you were a kid you were going to wind up in the nba championships thought the uso. >> i gout asked if i practiced that putt in the kid. no i was practicing being michael jordan. steve: what happened. >> i realized i was short and slow. i needed to find another sport. ainsley: what did your dad say on sunday when you won. >> he was at a loss for words. tearing up. something he dreamed of
since i was born and it was special for him to be there. steve: it's been such a long road to get to this point. what do you keep telling yourself? >> we're not just there yet. we're just on the start. hard work paid off. you see some results. we have a long way to go. i got great people around me and we'll continue to work. ainsley: my dad always said don't forget from where you came. and you haven't done that thank you for being a good guy and good role model for our kids. >> thank you guys so much. i appreciate that. steve: thank you for supporting the troops. >> absolutely, 100 percent. steve: and law enforcement. ainsley: go out and buy puma. steve: volition. ainsley: they will double the proceeds they give to folds of honor and they donate to kids who have lost their parents fighting for our country. steve: congratulations. >> thank you so much. steve: pop that top off and have a drink. ainsley: who else is on that trophy? >> everybody. tom watson, tiger woods, jack nicklaus. ainsley: you are won of them now. >> thank you. steve: hold up the trophy.
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golfer. dan: i'm not a big golf fan. that transformed me. what a nice guy. a genuine soul. ainsley: as a dad, do you think about what his dad was boeing through. his dad was at a loss. he was extremely tired during the day, still got out there played golf with his son. look how the son repaid them on father's day? steve: reveals the top comes off the trophy. the sanly cup, it is historic where people drink out of that. whole teams drink out of that. gary woodland's first drink out of the u.s. open cup? vodka. ainsley: you look at the side of the trophy, golf legends engraved in the silver. i'm sure every golfer who has done that does the same thing. they're sharing the chalice. dan: he is a legend. steve: we'll play more from the interview if you missed it.
12 hours from now down at the amway center, outside of orlando, actually in orlando, the big trump kickoff for 2020 will take place. the president will be inside. the big question is, we know that 20,000 people will probably be inside, because they received requests for up to 100,000 tickets. how many people will be on the at side watching big screens? ainsley: they love him. it is worth it to them to sit out there in the sun. dan, you're from florida. dan: listen, florida is trump country, especially where i am, martin count. the 10, 10, 10 rule, call 10 people to vote and not dispositive. saying it doesn't is silly politics. ainsley: it is 90 degrees. dan: it is hot. steve: it is florida in the almost summer. we have a reporter down. there we have producers and here they talked to some of the supporters in the line, why are they there?
>> we love our president and we love what he is doing for our country. >> i have never seen a president that has done so much in so little time. >> more people employed than ever. he has to be able to continue the growth. >> keep america great. >> we're trump sisters, we love president trump. >> he is not looking out for the bureaucrats. looking out for common people that work every day. steve: when he was running for president, he said look, if you elect me president, i will do my best to do this, this, and this. we're sure you're going to hear a lot of that tonight. dan patrick, lieutenant governor of the great state of texas said it is all about keeping promises. watch this. >> i guess we're not going to run the sound bite. ainsley: you know what the president said? he said expect record crowds. we're building large movie screens, he used word building outside. there will be food trucks, calling it the trump tailgate event. starts at 10:00 this morning. a big party out there, waiting
on the event tonight when he will announce his relaunch campaign. dan: it is interesting, i remember campaign season when barack obama was initially running against hillary clinton. i was on george bush's secret service detail. i remember agents calling me, obama will win. you should see the crowds. crowds don't necessarily foretell a result, energy matters. steve: if that is the case, that is the metric, the winner is bernie sanders. bernie sanders on democrat side -- ainsley: more than biden. steve: by a lot. dan: more people showed up for opening of a movie in my neighborhood. steve: it was small venue. less than 100 people showed up for biden's kickoff in pennsylvania. ainsley: you have crowds out there. you have also people who don't like our president and they are, they're pulling in all the protesters for impeach trump rallies. there was one in new york city over the weekend. lawrence jones is a fox news
contributor. went out to interview some of them, asked them why they think the president should be impeached. and instead he was taunted. he is african-american and they were saying some racist comment to him that are just appalling. listen to this. >> obviously the people before us. that -- >> go back to kenya. >> oh, good. ainsley: can you believe that? he was on sean hannity's show. they were something telling me they didn't get on camera, go back to fox news and pick cotton dan: this is supposedly tolerant left. ainsley: he told sean, lawrence you don't have to do this. sean got on the phone with him that night. you don't have to do this for our show if you feel uncomfortable. he said absolutely not. i'm not backing down. >> these dice come up to me, go back to fox news to pick cotton. they say go back to kenya. this is who these people are.
they know that with our reports and exposing the poverty and the failure of policies that all these democrats cities have been doing to many people that look like me, they don't want this to be -- they believe all black people think the same way. they want us on the welfare system so we can't progress in life. i will expose it every single day. if they think i'm going to stand down because they yelled obscene things to me, they got another thing coming. we'll double down. we'll go to all the liberal cities. steve: intolerant left, the tolerant left. dan: sounds like you don't want to get on lawrence jones' bad side. lawrence seems inspired. good for him. steve: last night were the mtv awards, the rock, dwayne johnson, actually won an award and he had some very inspiring words for the kids and adults and all of his fans who were watching. listen to this. >> when i first got to
hollywood, hollywood, they didn't know what the hell to do with me. i was half black, half samoan, 6'4", 275-pound pro wrestler. you know, i was told at that time, well you got to be a certain way. you got to drop some weight. you got to be somebody different. you got to stop working out. stop doing the things that i love. you got to stop calling yourself the rock. what? so i made a choice. the choice was, i wasn't going to conform to hollywood. hollywood was going to conform to me. [cheering] ainsley: pretty inspiring. be yourself. and you don't back down. be who you are. be who god created you to be. embrace it. steve: when he got into hollywood, you know, for the most part leading men were of a certain type. he was too tall. he was a lot of stuff that people were not used to. he said you know what? i was miserable until i realized
i just got to do it my way. you know what? he has done okay doing it his way. dan: gone through multiple career transformations. a linebacker at u. a professional wrestler. now high paid actor. he is very disciplined guy. ainsley: the dancers on the stage they were dancing to we will rock you, he comes out and doing this and dance as little bit. steve: we will rock you. rock. ainsley: what i loved about him, when he said, i want to thank the coring graph percent, he named them by name. thank all the dancers. all the girls at home. i have a strong network of women at home. i guess his wife and his children, female children. then he said he wanted to thank the fans. he remembered everyone. he seems very grateful and hasn't forgotten from where he came. steve: he never forgot an important quote he lives his life by. listen to this. >> there is another side to being your authentic self, your true self and that's the side
that the magic is on. that's the side that is gold. while yes, it is important to be yourself you have to recognize the joy and responsibility of bringing everybody with you. [cheering] [applause] we bring everybody with us and you do that by being kind, by being compassionate, by being inclusive, and straight up, just being good to people because that matters. [cheers and applause] when i was 15 years old i heard a quote, i will never forget it, i bring it with me, everywhere i go it is ingrained in my dna. the quote is this, it is nice to be important, but more important to be nice. [cheers and applause] with that i love you. steve: you know what? he is. he has a nice demeanor and personality. that is one of the reasons why he is one of the most popular guys in hollywood, actors. ainsley: it is so true, if you
are nice to others, you don't burn bridges you can rise to the top. everyone will support you, rally around you. how wonderful is it to hear that. anytime i see anything he is in, i will love the movie even more because i know he is a nice guy. steve: we asked you what quote inspires you. we got a lot of responses. steve, rather than, james emailed, the happiest people don't have the best of everything. they just make the best of everything. ainsley: that's good. and then this is from robert. adversity does not build character. it reveals it. that is true. dan: we have email from nate. you can't soar with the eagles if you surround yourself with turkeys. nice job, nate. ainsley: then this is, is it tamry? personality can open doors but character keeps them open. steve: here is another email from bill. you have two ears and one mouth. therefore you should listen twice as much as you talk. i have heard that a lot. that is very -- ainsley: what if you get paid to
talk if. steve: special exemption. dan: don't smoke in the shower. best tip i ever got. ainsley: what does that mean? dan: my brother jimmy says that do you have a quote, got inspiration? don't smoke in the shower. they always look like you just looked. ainsley: i never heard that one. steve: coming up, dan bongino will be involved in this hour in hand-to-hand combat. not making that up. dan: yes. can't wait for this one. ainsley: jillian, how great is the rock? jillian: you guys are losing it over there. dan: i love that. jillian: he is fantastic. i love that advice is great. we do have serious news. let's begin with fox news alert. an off duty police officer is shot and killed near milwaukee. police say officer john helland was hit trying to stop a armed robbery at bar. look at a heartbreaking photo
showing officers gathering for a moment of prayer after hearing about his death. he spent 24 years on the force. a manhunt is underway for the killer. neighbors are being told to stay inside. we'll keep you updated when new information is available. breaking right now, millions of undocumented immigrants could soon be kicked out of the country. the president tweeting overnight, next week i.c.e. will begin the process of removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the united states. the trump administration just restored $432 million in aid to central american countries. the money was approved for projects to reduce migrant outflows before the president cut off assistance in march. we have yet another fox news alert. the pentagon is sending 1000 additional troops to the middle east as brand new images show the aftermath of tanker attacks linked to iran. acting defense secretary patrick shanihan says the troops will quote, address, air, naval, ground base threats in the region this comes ahead of
secretary of state mike pompeo's high-stakeses meeting with centcom commanders today. how about this? royal drama could be unfolding overseas. prince harry and duchess meghan market will reportedly leave the charity they run with prince william and kate. sources telling page 6 there is a rift between the couples and they could announce big changes to the royal foundation as early as tomorrow. problems allegedly started after the duke and duchess of sussex moved away from kensington palace. uh-oh. family drama. how will we go on? ainsley: what? we have to find out more about that. steve: thank you, jillian. the road to 2020 well underway as hundreds have lined up for president trump's campaign relaunch in orlando, florida, tonight. ainsley: our next guest just met with joe biden. his take on the democratic front-runner coming up next. ♪
orlando where president trump officially is going to kick off his 2020 campaign. that happens later today but are democrats seeing the same enthusiasm on the other side? fox news contributor, former obama economic advisor robert wolf met with joe biden last night. he joins us to weigh in. hey, robert, great to see you. >> great to be here. ainsley: what did joe biden say to you? >> it was overwhelmingly positive event for joe. i think he feels really good. one he always had tough times raising money. he is raising a decent amount of money which will allow him to run his campaign. what my opinion is he comes across as a real guy that cares about people. when he talks about american struggles, kitchen table issues everyone is talking about. ainsley: what are the struggles he was talking about? >> spoke last night a lot about health care. obviously what his son went through. what he is seeing on the road. he was the number one surrogate for midterms at our elections.
when he goes out there, to connect with the people as good as anyone in the country. ainsley: crowds really matter. >> yes. ainsley: when you look at a crowd lining up out there, spending two days camping out to see president trump with his re-election campaign what goes through your mind? >> there is no question, call it 35% of this country that are fully in for the president trump. they will stay in lines. they remind me of, you know, obama's type of lines. people will want to see the president. he is a president of the united states and those people who are staunch supporters when they have the chance to meet him, they will meet him. listen, i know they're saying he is launching his campaign tonight in orlando, but he has been launching it since he was elected. it always has been rallying -- >> is biden scared to go up against him? >> biden has to get through a primary. clearly last night, i would say, that i don't like to say this lightly but his dislike for the president is just real. i think he feels that the president is disrespecting the
oval office. this is this not me speaking. this is how the vice president thinks about the presidency. that being said he has to get through a tough primary as we've been speaking about the last few months. the democratic party has shifted more to the left. the vice president has to show he can get the electricity of the party. ainsley: maybe that is the media. you know the polls can show you anything, if you look at the polls he is doing much better than any other candidates he is competing against? >> i think what is important the vice president versus president trump on polls looks best. that helps him with electability and gaining more money. ainsley: thanks for coming on. we love hearing from you. >> thank you. ainsley: the governor of texas unleashing more freedoms across the lone star state. >> there's a common sense law. it allows kids to sell lemonade at lemonade stands. i just signed a law allowing beer to go in texas.
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steve: quick tuesday morning headlines. first up a federal judge declared a mistrial on 15 federal charges against a militant during the deadly benghazi attack. they found him guilty of providing support for terrorists and destroying post property but the jury could not reach a decision on remain charges including murder. a major bombshell in the hillary clinton email investigation. the u.s. department of state finding 30 security incidents
considered to be violations and infractions by at least 15 unidentified people. the department calls the investigation serious and disciplinary actions are currently pending. we don't have any details. however we do expect to wrap up in september. ainsley: in other news, don't mess with texas. governor greg abbott unleashing common sense freedoms all across the state signing 927 bills this month. steve: what? one of those is the save chick-fil-a bill. so as you can see right here behind the banner, we have got pretty much all they are selling at this hour at chick-fil-a. dan: lines are open, i was eating it. steve: governor has his chick-fil-a. ainsley: good morning, governor. dan: there you go. >> anyone who, anyone who knows me, knows that this is not a prop up here because i eat chick-fil-a about five days a week. there is a standard order, when we drive through chick-fil-a,
abbott one or the abbott two? this is common sense. steve: common sense. can you explain to the folks watching from other parts of the country where they look at washington, governor, and nothing is getting done, nobody is passing any bills, how were you able to get through the legislature and sign 927 bills? >> well there was so much done. i credit the leadership we have in the capitol with the lieutenant governor and speaker, all members of the house and senate. you're talking about some of the fun bills we signed. more important than this, we signed legislation that actually cut property taxes in texas, that reformed our school finance system, that paid our teachers more, and addressed mental health. we did so much in just 140 days. you know in texas we only meet every other year for 140 days. we're working to change that. we want to meet two days every 140 years. steve: that would be great. ainsley: folks in texas talk what you have done with
chick-fil-a, lemonade stands. i read about you're cutting property taxes there. i lived in texas, we didn't have to pay state taxes, but property taxes were astronomical. that is awesome. tell me more about that. >> listen, property taxes have been going through the roof. we did two things to reduce property taxes. we took five billion dollars of money coming into the state of texas to buy down the property tax rates and then we put a limit on the ability of taxes authorities to be able to raise your property taxes in the future this will be both immediate and lasting property taxes in texas that help our businesses, especially our small businesses as well as our homeowners. dan: i want to congratulate you first. i think the single worst technological development in human history is the red light camera which you banned in texas. we create more traffic in texas as people move to texas to get away from red light cameras.
on serious note, a relatively close election between ted cruz and beto o'rourke, surprised a lot of people. are we having a issue with the republican party having an issue in texas? >> not really. same election i won by in double digits. listen the state of texas will remain red. the president is going to win the state of texas. we will continue to dominate. know this, that it has been something like 24 years, more than that, since a statewide candidate won who was not a republican. so texas is a dark red state. it will stay that way. steve: governor, we know it is nice of you to get up early right now but your chick-fil-a is getting cold. i know you want to dig into that. ours is here. thank you, governor. ainsley: thank you for increasing teacher pay too. my mama and my sister. that is awesome. they don't get paid enough. thank you for that. >> we'll take care of our teachers. >> great. steve: thank you, governor.
ainsley: 28 minutes past the top of the hour. gary woodland opening up about his big win on the u.s. open on father's day. you will hear from the champion next. ♪ >> a major champion, gary woodland, has won the u.s. open. ♪ to help you maintain balance and help keep you active and well-rested. because hey, tomorrow's coming up fast. nature's bounty. because you're better off healthy.
>> we believe, sometimes maybe not everybody else believed but we believed within ourselves. we stuck with it. a positive attitude on sunday which was so contagious. my caddie and i had great energy all day and we were able to pull it out. steve: gary woodland was here from pebble beach to the curvy couch about 45 minutes ago. what a great story he has got. he grew up in kansas. wound up going to the university of kansas on a golf scholarship.
turned pro in 2007, the pga in 2009. this weekend at the u.s. open he won the big inchill laud today, the u.s. open, first major, six pros, but that putt right there for birdie put him in the history books. dan: interesting note. i read that note he is masher. he likes long game. he still won with another obstacle he overcame. ainsley: what we were noticing about him. he is humble, proud, holding that trophy. says he hasn't gotten away from him. steve: nobody will pry it away from him. ainsley: right. at the same time he was proud of that, it represented hard work. he is not 20. he is 35. it has taken him a while. he has been playing since he could walk. taken him so much to get here. wonderful moment for him. at same time he was very humble. hasn't forgotten kansas, his parents. his wife had a miscarriage. they had a son. now she is pregnant on bed rest, pregnant on bed rest with
identical twin daughters. that is why she couldn't be there to kiss him when he won. he and his dad got to share the moments on father's day. his dad was at a loss for words. there is his dad. his dad was real emotional. steve: it took a long. it has been a long road. here is what he told us about that. >> i've been blessed to be surrounded by amazing people my whole life. we believed. sometimes maybe not everybody else believed, but we believed within ourselves. we stuck with it. we had, positive attitude on sunday, which was so contagious. my caddie and i had great energy going all day. major dan has been a big influence in my life. he got me to understand freedom isn't free. many women sacrificed do so much for us so i can play a game of golf, live my life under freedom. he helped me understand that i'm fortunate enough to wear patriotic colors with puma. we partnered with volition and folds of honor to give back to men and women who sacrificed.
ainsley: dan rooney, officated his wedding. dan rooney fought for our country, still does. he started folds of honor, which gives scholarship money sends kids to college fighting for our country. they have a great positively tournament out in oklahoma you have been there. steve: i played at it with him. i presented big award. he is one of dan's wing men. when dan was watching the u.s. open a couple days ago with his wife, his wife said i don't think he is going to make this putt to win. dan said, yes he will because it is the 13th. 13th is a magical number to folds of honor. 13 folds. there is a great story in the tulsa newspaper this morning details dan's entire reason why he would make that 30 or 40-foot putt and he did. he finished 13-under par. ainsley: right, on friday was flag day. we had the bilge american flag out on fox square. they folded it for us. members of the military. we got to see what each fold
represents. i had never heard that before. it was so powerful. so the 13 folds represent different things. it is worth looking up on our show. dan: great to see that profile, gary just ooze patriotism. you and i noted authenticity. totally genuine. just incredible guy. ainsley: down syndrome, the pressure girl he remembers is good's friend with. dan: he recognizes her during the press conference, amy, watching that video of her cheering when he won. tell me that didn't get to you a little bit? steve: a lot of great people on the pro tour but he is one of the best. so humble, very deserving. ainsley: wonderful stories in our newscast today, with the rock, getting on stage, having that wonderful message with him. these are role models that our kids can look up to. people we're all really proud of. dan: gary was great. really authentic. steve: he was inspiring. meantime dan and i are, we're in a tight competition for the
worst golfer currently in the new york city. dan: it is not tight. you have no idea how bad i am. steve: jillian is very good golfer. jillian: i wouldn't say very good. decent. i am learning. dan: i heard you're quite good. ainsley: that is something you and your dad share together. jillian: my dad taught me. i play with my dad and uncle. get caught up with the news. a new jersey man is the ninth american tourist to die in the dominican republic in the last year. joseph allen's family left heartbroken what they call a real nightmare. he was found dead in his hotel room on thursday after complaining about not feeling well. allen's cause of death has not been revealed but his son says he was pressured into signing documents to authorize embalming. dominican officials have not responded to our requests for comment. the story continues to grow. it is scary. 18 people show up to eric wall well's anti-gun rally. the 2020 hopeful outlining his
plan outside the nra headquarters in virginia. his proposal suggests banning military-style rifles and adding new requirements to owning a gun. smallwell invited people to the event, including the father of a shooting victim and other nra activities have. the nra mocked his rally saying quote, no wonder is polling at 0%. a toddler is nearly hit by a umbrella. you can see the sharp bottom of the umbrella miss henry by just inches. this happening on windy north myrtle beach in south carolina. his parent are sharing video to warn people of the potential dangers of flying umbrellas. two people were impaled by beach umbrellas last year. they are offering a free scoop if they can cite the pledge allegiance by memory. >> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands --
jillian: the annual promotion is part of the i pledge project, taking place throughout july for national ice scream month. it was started by a local shop owner in georgia. he wanted to instill the importance of patriotism in schoolchildren. the idea spread quickly across the country. we have more information on our website, "fox & friends".com. ainsley: thanks, jillian. steve: already had chik-fil-a. time for ice cream. dan: it was so good. steve: janice has folks outside where the rain is not currently out there. janice: you guys got married here in new york. what are your names. >> gina. >> david. where are you from? >> fort lauderdale. janice: where are you from. >> texas. janice: ladies how are you, want to say hi to somebody at home? >> yes. hi, uncle fred. janice: hi, uncle fred.
let's look at the maps. by the way dan bongino, they want to you come out here, you are loved outside on fox square. 69 degrees in new york city. i think he will come out. he is a nice guy. across the east coast, see potential for showers and thunderstorms not only today you about through the work week. it will be hit or miss. we could see stronger storms especially across the plane states. potential for flash flooding also. keep that in mind. rain boots could be a necessity and your umbrella the next couple days. there is the precipitation forecast. i think dan will come out. at some point today. wave, everybody. thanks for watching "fox & friends." ainsley: tell them we said hey. thank you, janice. steve: a lot of people head to new york city in summer months. a lot of people drop by 48th and 6th avenue. dan: yesterday was packed. ainsley: if you are in the new york area, planning your trip, come on fridays we have the concert series. come out to have free barbecue and sing with us, dance with us.
steve: fantastic. ainsley: 20 minutes before the top of the hour. aoc sending a snarky message to president trump reminding him he is from queens. steve: our next guest lives in the congresswoman's district and wants to remind aoc she is from queens too. she delivers a message for the democratic congresswoman coming up next on "fox & friends." ♪ california walnuts. so simple, so good. get the recipes at walnuts.org.
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♪ jillian: good morning to you, welcome back. some quick headlines now. domino's delivery could soon have no human interaction at all. the pizza chain will start testing autonomous delivery vehicles this fall. these vehicles began delivering groceries for kroger last year. if you order too many pizzas, guilty, you might want this shocking invention. amazon unveiling a an electric shock bracelet to help people
kick bad habits. the 200-dollar bracelet give users a 350-volt jolt every single time they step out of line. either automatically or through an app. steve. steve: okay. thank you very much, jillian. congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez taking a swipe at president trump. it started when he agreed with her comment that the democrats are at risk of losing the presidency to him. he added, quote, that is the only reason they play the impeach card which cannot be legally used. aoc responding quote, mr. president, you're from queens. you may fool the rest of the country but i will call your bluff any day of the week. opening an impeachment inquiry is exactly what we must do. our next guest is a real estate executive from queens and calls aoc the real master of bluffing. avi is the founder of golden key realty group, and joins right
now. >> good morning. steve: that was her message to president trump. what's your message to her? >> i believe she is accusing president trump exactly of what she is doing right now and bluffing the american people because being from queens we are very aware of what she is doing right now. steve: what is she doing? >> she has been bluffing her way to congress. what she did to queens basically, she claims she is out there help workers in general but she chased away amazon and this is from queens where we were going to have more than 25,000 jobs. everybody thinks we're talking about 25,000 jobs. people don't realize that amazon was going to build 8 million square feet of warehouse in queens, long island city. steve: i heard somebody say that the jobs were paying close to 100,000 per job? >> that is great. and same interview we need real progressive to go in this democratic election or we're
going to lose it to donald trump the thing is she is also talking about minimum wage of $15. she was going after amazon, but she chased amazon away. number one she was bluffing because we had the possibility of having all the jobs in queens. once you have the jobs in queens and you secure that start talking about minimum wage. in queens she is not at popular she thinks she is. honestly she is going on national tv fooling exactly the american people which is exactly what she is accusing of our president doing right now. steve: you are, sounds like you're a supporter of donald trump? >> i sure am. steve: why? >> i'm a happy immigrant, very grateful to get opportunities. i came here with $20 in my pocket. steve: you came from albania with socialist country. >> let me say this i was born in a socialist country. i did quick research. alexandria ocasio-cortez was born in october 1989.
the whole cold war started ending 1989, referring to the berlin wall. so she has no clue what that wall meant to us which was absolute freedom. she was born days before that wall came down. so i guarranty you she is you have abouting her way on that too because she has no clue what socialism is or she doesn't care. either one or the other, if she cares, she can sit down with me, give her my point of view. give her point of view. we can discuss where she is taking america with the socialism. steve: if she likes to get ahold of you. you're the ceo of golden key reality. evi, thank you very much. >> thank you very much. thank you. steve: straight ahead in honor of the dan bongino's hosting "fox & friends," he is exhausted, we're doing some of his favorite things. first we had great steaks for him. now he will do jujitsu. up next a ufc champ teaches him
new techniques here in the big studio. sandra smith will be tubeside. that is something to see. >> it is a busy morning. we're gearing up for a busy morning. crowds gather in florida where president trump is set to officially kick off the re-election campaign tonight. we're live on of the ground in orlando with the latest there. plus we're following developments overnight. the pentagon ordering 1000 more troops to the middle east. brand new images show the aftermath of the tanker attacks in the gulf. we'll have an update on that. we're watching escalating trade tensions with china. what happens next? with all that the president's chief economic advisor larry kudlow will join us. join us live as we kick things off here, 9:00 a.m. eastern time for the three-hour tour. see you at top of the hour. ffers why go with anybody else? we know their rates are good, we know that they're always going to take care of us. it was an instant savings and
steve: dan bongino joined us again today. we honored one of his favorite moves after having steaks. ainsley: to teach him some of the best techniques, co-host of ufc unfiltered podcast, matt cera. dan: did you say former champion and hall-of-famer? >> it is early for me. first of all you were talking about the president. i knew you were when you were in the secret service. i want to know how you got this figure. dan: greatest story ever. i see a flyer for matt's place. you remember the barn? he has two beautiful schools. >> thank you. dan: matt, i want to come to your school and wear. what do i wear. i don't care if you wear a ninja suit. show up. this is my guy. >> great to see you, man.
dan: show show you some horrible moves. steve: don't hurt him. we have seven more minutes. >> what do you want to mount on me? dan: that is really bad position. you're on your back. no way out of this, right? god forbid, you attack him, fall on a street fight, starts throwing punches is there any ways out of this? >> several ways out. i will charge you for a private session. dan: fox, are you paying the bill? >> these will be strikes coming down. i want to raise my hip, knee you in the back, you're down real quick. the second your hands hit the mat, i hug this arm. i block off whole side. i have your arm trapped. now i have your leg trapped. i will do a bridge, up and over. now i'm on top. now it's a problem. dan: now it is my problem on the pot, not yours. common situation on the street,
headlock. >> schoolyard headlock. get over here. you're going for a ride. dan: okay. my left arm is total -- >> about to give me a -- i know where exactly where we will land here. okay? a lot of guys, they try to trip backwards. i will trip you in front of me. dan: i'm holding you down. >> you're powerful, i'm a short man. here, here, i sit way to go in there. dan: now i'm in a lot of trouble. matt is on top. >> wait a second. i love my job! steve: "fox & friends." ufc champ. ainsley: tell us about jujitsu. >> brazilian jujitsu. i feel, i have a couple of schools in long island, i feel it is the best martial arts self-defense for women, kids. it is based on leverage and
technique compared to size and strength. you can only get so powerful with your punches and your kicks but if you get your hips behind my elbow you could break my arm as easily as dan. ainsley: show me the finger. >> you ever see that from -- dan: three stooges. i fall down, because this is obviously real horrible position. ainsley: we have 15 second. >> 15 seconds? ainsley: oh. you're done. every time. dan: man, you're the best. ainsley: more "fox & friends" coming up. ♪ liberty mutual customizes your car insurance, so you only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ the first survivor of ais out there.sease
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