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rant. i carry it in my purse with me. rob: she says people don't notice i notice. jillian: can't smell it through the tv. have a good day. steve: 6:00 in new york city and this is a fox news alert. tensions rising nut middle east. iranian officials say they are ready for a war after the iranians shot down an american surveillance drone over night. ainsley: latest and boldest move yet in a series of alarm will incidents. ed: lucas tomlinson has the breaking details. >> the race is on to recover the wreckage of a u.s. navy high altitude drone shot down by iranian surface to air missile. in international airspace over the strait of hormuz not far from where u.s. officials say iran attacked two oil tankers in the gulf of oman last week and four
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others last month. not how the u.s. the target list has been drawn up. up to the president to decide whether or not to strike back. president trump spoke to sean hannity last night around the same time the drone was shot down. >> i worry about iran i can't believe proxy wars and terror. tell me your concerns. >> don't worry about a thing. everything is under control. don't worry about a thing. iran is a much different country. i will tell you much different today than when i took over. when i took over it looked like there was no stopping them. the drone defloyd to the middle east as part of reinforcement approved by the president last month. navy high altitude drone can fly up to 60,000 feet and loiter for 30 hours at a time. used to spy on communications and track shipping. each drone costs up to $180 million. two u.s. drones have now been shot down in the region this month. i'm also told iranian forces
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tried to shoot down another u.s. drone. iranian back forces fired cruise missiles into saudi arabia hitting a power plant. guys? steve: where the drone was. iranians say it was in their airspace. we say 17 miles into international airspace that should be pretty easy to prove with g.p.s., shouldn't it? >> it should. officials told me they saw the drone go down and landed in the waters. one of the reasons you have u.s. warships and helicopters hoping to get there before the iranians do. ainsley: iranians admitted it and saying this was an american spy drone. this drone as he said costs up to $180 million. this is not some drone that you are getting off amazon. this is an aircraft that is -- belongs to our government. ed: think about the context the reignian officials saying enriching uranium at higher level. basically a nuclear grade.
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that suggests they are continuing to edge closer to closer to this nuclear program. that we have been trying to stop for a long time. so the steaks have very high. steve: plus you factor in these attacks on the tankers out there. and yesterday the we have proof iranians did it. fingerprints and palm prints of people taking one of the unexploded magnetic mines off of one of the tankers. ed: telling bret baier more dangerous every day. ainsley: volatile situation this just just escalates it. steve: let's talk about what happens yesterday nut house judiciary subcommittee. they were looking into reparations for slavery. and what role reparations would serve in correcting what is referred to as the original sin, which is slavery here in the united states. house democrats are pushing hr 40 creates a commission legacy of slavery and make
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proposals on reparations to african-americans. the big question is whether or not the house will go ahead with that. steny hoyer said yesterday we will have a vote in the house if it gets out of the committee. yesterday in the committee it got heated. >> the stable of slavery was not just inked in blood shed but in the overt state sponsored policies that fueled white supremacy and racism and have disadvantaged african-americans economically for generations. >> it is important that we know our history and we not punishable people today for the sins of their predecessors in the democratic party. but. >> you lie. >> i just stated all facts. >> black people don't need another apology. the moment you give me reparations you have made me into a victim without my consent. bill hr 40 is a moral and political mistake.
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>> chill, chill, chill. he was presumptive but he still has a right to speak. >> obviously reprehensible time in american history. why now? have you got cory booker who obviously as a senator has every right to bring thumb. he is running for president. al sharpton and other leaders in the democratic party have been pushing this and various democratic parties have gotten behind it. remember what you are said, steve, it's not actual reparations a bill to have commission to study it. a lot of these presidential democratic candidates both ways. show the left we are serious about this but they are not actually directly supporting reparations. steve: mitch mcconnell is ♪ supporting. he is over nut senate he said yesterday he opposes reparations because none of us currently living are responsible for slavery and then cory booker came out and said there is a tremendous amount of ignorance in that statement. yesterday there were a number of speakers, they included the actor danny
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glover, film director karina brown, comey hughes and burgess owens who said this last night with tucker about what was going on. >> it's not black supremacist it's black elitism. many of those on the panel not on the panel but in the black caucus that have seen this misery of their policies for decades and they do nothing about it. we need to change the trajectory of our race and make them feel good about them sistlesz. today we are having real conversations not the type to take us down socialist path. those who dig n to it another form of welfare having people to ask for something they never earned and then actually be and feel entitled if they don't give it to them then they will be angry about it. ainsley: you know what he said in that hearing tee looked around the room and said i used to be in your party. i used to you be a democrat. when i did research and
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found out that democrats were the party of slavery, i left your party. and then the democrats, the whole room was actually left speechless he said i do believe in restitution. let's point to the party that was part of slavery, kkk, jim crow and killed over 10% of our black babies, 20 million of them. california 70% of our black boys can't pass a reading or writing that democratic state. let's pay restitution. how about the democratic party pay for all of the misery brought to my race. ed: interesting. i was talking about how this was something animate you had the left in terms of the democratic presidential primaries. what the broader public think? we just had a fox news poll. do you favor paying cash payments to desen dental of slaves 60% oppose and 32% support. hillary clinton and barack obama didn't support reparations.
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why is it that the last were not in favor? steve: that poll we just cited was from april of this year. marist did a apostle two years ago in 2016, three years ago. said'6" 8% of the country said we should not pay cash reparations. 8 in 10 white americans said they were opposed to reparations, 6 in 10 black americans said they were in favor. weather does it go? will it even make it out of committee? ainsley: let us know what you think. very emotional topics discussed in washington. remember aoc compared what happened on our border to nazi concentration camps. she said in a tweet dhs ripped thousands of children from their parents and put them in cages. they call themselves dog pounds and freezers. i will never apologize for calling these camps what they're. if that makes you uncomfortable. fight the camps not the
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nomenclature. steve: the research she used camps. on tuesday she said border patrol is runs concentration camps. ainsley: she said concentration camps not nazi camps. ed: and she said never again. steve: and liz cheney said please aoc do a favor and please spend a few minutes of learning actual history holocaust museum in israel and needed a history. and tweeted a link to labor and concentration camps. nancy pelosi who has in the past actually spoken to aoc about some of her troubling comments that were troubling, problematic for the party, said this yesterday about the camps remark. >> understand that while the republicans have no interest in holding the president accountable for his words they will misrepresent
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anything that you say just if you have one word in the sentence that they can exploit. ed: also interesting that the mayor of new york city also run for president bill de blasio a democrat called her comments out and said they were wrong. also don't forget controversy even before this started about the camps, the fences, everything. the photos that were used originally months and months ago were from 2014 under the obama administration. so if she really believes there are concentration camps. why didn't this kind of start under the obama administration. there is a rabbi who runs a national conference of jewish affairs. here's what he says. >> she deliberately used a reference to the holocaust. she called me concentration camps. she didn't talk about temporary holding centers which they are. they specifically used the term concentration camps. so as to equate what we are doing at the southern border to equate that with the nazi
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extermination of the jews. why did she do that? because she wants to demonize the president of the united states and that's why so many in the democrat party have supported her. this was deliberately done to tarnish the president. ainsley: she represents new york. and nancy pelosi said these democrats, we all need to be careful because we need to remember who put us in office, who our constituents are. and the jewish committee relations council of new york said we are deeply disturbed by her language. steve: she did tweet out yesterday i will never apologize for calling these camps what they are. let us know friends@foxnews.com. and also on facebook. joining us now jillian has the news. jillian: we do have breaking news. let's start with this fox news alert right now. the man suspected of killing a sacramento police officer is reportedly under arrest. after a nearly 8 hour standoff. a woman shot after she tried to help a woman escape a
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domestic dispute situation. > caraa was sworn to protect. we are heart broken. >> it took 40 minutes to get as you will van. she died at the hospital. she is the 20th police officer shot in the line of duty this year. david ortiz was not the intended target of the murder for hire plot in the dominican republic. prosecutors say the gunman got confused by the red sox clothes and actually mental to shoot ortiz's friend sitting nearby. officials believe the hit was supposed to be pay back after ortiz's friend turned a criminal into dominican police a decade ago. ortiz is recovering at boston hospital. doctors say he is in good condition. president trump wants instincts spot on when it comes to sarah huckabee sanders post white house plants. >> i have a feeling she is
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going to be running for a certain gubernatorial position. sarah huckabee sanders. [cheers and applause] >> thank you, mr. president. [chanting sarah] jillian: so according to politico the outgoing white house press secretary has been making calls to g.o.p. donors and operatives in arkansas. sarah for governor.com and sarah for arkansas.com have also been recently registered anonymously. her father mike huckabee served as gornl of arkansas from 1997 to 2006. stay tuned for more. steve: he knows exactly how to do it. ainsley: that's right. he can help her. steve: thanks, jillian. was there really spying happening on donald trump's campaign for president? now there is a doj investigation. >> we're trying to find out whether or not they actually listened in on my calls. that would be the ultimate. we will see what happens. ed: jason chaffetz joins us
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>> we're trying to find out whether or not they actually listened in on my calls. imagine if it were the other way around and i spied on president obama's campaign. could you imagine what the
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reper cushions would be or i spied on crooked hillary clinton's campaign. could you imagine what the repercussions would somebody in. steve: there have you got president trump revealing to hannity on his pram whether you donald trump's phone calls were being monitored when he was running for president in 2016. with us now is jason chaffetz author of the book the deep state he joins us now from utah. jason, what do you think about what the president said? >> that would be the result matta if they listened in on his phone calls. >> the president has deep concerns and rightfully so. remember, it was director comey who said they don't do sneaky stuff and he found out that they do do sneaky stuff. director comey said they don't do leaking. well, we know definitively that they do do leaking. his deputy andrew mccabe was fired for cause. and now tha inspector general is
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about to issue his report, we are about to find out if the president was right. steve: from your sources in washington, d.c., does that explain why a number of people close to this investigation who have been out in front of it have kind of said what they have said over the last couple of weeks? >> well, yes. and, remember, you have people like john ratcliffe a former u.s. attorney, member of congress, he has actually been in there and looked at the fisa reports himself. he says it's a verified application. he has read it in its entirety. you have got to really believe a person like john ratcliffe. and, remember how uncooperative the fbi has been. the inspector general on the previous report that was done last year, his conclusions were pretty definitive. the fbi said they couldn't even get to the text between strzok and page and others. remember, horowitz had to go
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work with the pentagon to go in and look at what the fbi had. steve: just any it. remember when donald trump was widely ridiculed for that tweeted where i believe i was wiretapped in trump tower. >> yeah, no. and when that happened. and given my former chairman of the oversight committee it really was curious the timing as to why he came out with that. you look at it now, and he had really good reasonable to believe that that was true. and if they were spying on some people, did they stop and turn it off, when maybe donald trump himself was involved? that's why the inspector general report is going to be so critical. it's right around the corner. steve: okay. can't wait. all right. jason chaffetz joining us today from utah. jason, thank you very much. >> thank you. steve: what do you think about that? four years since the charleston church massacre.
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a wife one of those gunned down. he says he has given. the pastor joins us with a powerful message that he says can change your life.
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♪ >> this is a fox news alert. nine people shot dead inside a church during a bible meeting. >> e.m.s. commands page advising of active shooter, multiple people down. steve: a gunman is on the loose and massive manhunt is underway. >> we have obtained surveillance videos of suspects in this case. >> police say they captured dillon stone roof. >> today will be a bond hearing for the suspect. >> victim's were in the courtroom powerful message for the suspect. >> i forgive you.
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have mercy on your soul. >> we are the family that love built. we have no room for hate. >> we have to forgive. >> i forgive you and my family forgives you. >> wow, it has been four years since that horrible shooting at emanuel ame church. the last voice you just heard forgiving the now convicted killer just days, just 48 hours after the attack was the voice of our next guest. his wife myra thompson was one of victims. there is her picture. his new book answers the question that he is always asked, why how can he forgive his wife's murderer? joining me is anthony thompson, he is the author of "called to forgive" and pastor of holy church in charleston, south carolina. thank you for being with us. >> thank you for having me. ainsley: when i was covering that, we were all as christians amazed and
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grateful that you forgave but 48 hours later. it was immediate. why did you decide to do that? >> well, it was god's divine intervention. i had no intentions of going to the bond hearing. my daughter urged me to go. when i gout there, i told her we are not going to say anything and god showed up and said get up i have something to say. ainsley: it wasn't just you there were several in the bond hearing that day that stood up and said i forgive. >> yes, nadine, the daughter of one of the victims she was the first to forgive dillon. >> you have never looked back. have you had to continuously ask for forgiveness. >> oh, no. once i have give it. it was not for dylan it was for me to receive the peace i needed to move forward in my life. ainsley: hows that ha incident changed your life. >> it changed my life greatly the lord has put me on a new mission to spread the gospel and first and foremost i received a peace like no other to enable me, my family and also our
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community of charleston, south carolina to move forward. ainsley: why did you decide to write the book? >> well, the book was another call, you know, another way of spreading the gospel of forgiveness. the mission that god put me on. and it was just evident that it would be written. it was just in my heart that i need to share with other people because as i began to speak around the united states, a lot of people ask questions about forgiveness. people didn't know how to do it. wanted to do it. and we are trying to do it. so from the questions that i answered and the questions people ask, i put all those answers in the book. ainsley: i do want to walk you through that day. you say you cite deuteronomy vengeance is mine saith the lord. how is dylan roof who is a racist killer participating in bible study how is he being punished now. >> right now he is being punished by the state, the federal government. he is receiving the just punishment that he deserves because of the crime that he
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committed. in reference to god punishing him. ainsley: he got the death penalty and in prison in indiana. >> serving in a prison. ainsley: walk us through that day june 17th, 2015. >> my wife and i were at home doing normal things. she was getting ready for bible study. normally before we leave the house we kiss each other and bye and we were off. she was anxious to get to bible study that day and for some reason she didn't want me to be there. she kept telling me no, not to come. i tried to get there, however, it wasn't possible. and then that night when i got home, i received a phone call from the emanuel ame church saying there was a shooting going on around the church. i immediately left the house. the church is about five minutes from my house, so i was like the first one on the scene. i got there trying to discover where she was.
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once i discovered that she was department of education, she had been killed, not knowing who did it, i just lost all control. you know, i fell on the ground crying trying to figure out exactly what happened. was she suffering? was she dead? or what was going on? at that time no one was able to give us any information. and that's when god spoke while i was wallowing on the ground crying. ainsley: said what? >> said get up. said it very harshly. not like this is the lord fear not. it was like get up. i didn't know exactly who it was. once i realized it was him. i know that voice. it's a very familiar voice. i heard that voice when i was 7 years old. he told me i was going to be a preacher. i told him no. i heard his voice again that night. letting him know i don't want to hear you right now however i did hear him. he led me to the scripting luke the 17th chapter saying that things will happen in
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life. people do things to cause to you stumble in life. whoa to the one who does that because they would rather have a mill stone tied around their they can and thrown into the sea. he will take care of that revenge is his. then the next verse saying forgive. ainsley: tell us about your wife. what she was like? >> she was a beautiful extraordinary woman. everything about her was a smile. she was the top of person who knew everybody and nobody was a stranger. she had many gifts. the greatest of her gifts were giving. she would give anything and everything for the benefit of everybody. ainsley: what do you miss most? >> i miss coming home, walking around the corner, going to the bedroom and she just waiting for me to walk in that room and she is looking at me saying hey, honey. i miss that a lot. ainsley: she was a good christian woman from south carolina. >> yes. from south carolina. ainsley: how many kids. >> two boys and one girl.
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ainsley: god bless you all. >> thank you. ainsley: thank you. nine americans dead in the dominican republic, one man says a resort he stayed in should be shut down. he joins us live with his alarming story. that's next. this is the couple who wanted to get away who used expedia to book the vacation rental that led to the ride ♪ which took them to the place where they discovered that sometimes
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steve: back with a fox news alert. the fbi is testing mini bar samples from a dominican republic resort. ainsley: maybe they will get answers. it could help determine if alcohol is to blame for a series of mysterious tourist deaths. ed: griff jenkins joins us. griff: there are these new reports not confirmed by fox news that the fbi is testing samples from one of the hotel's mini bars where three of the nine americans have died since may. that matters. when we were there trying to get answers the fbi's involvement was limited to assisting with an investigation with toxcology results only. the fbi can only go as far
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as as the d.r. officially requests. tampering with fraudulent liquor. fox news has learned as recently as april the rum destill ler's operation combating counterfeit alcohol very interesting. they are not commenting. island paradise is safe for travelers. continuing to maintain these death are isolated you incidences. all died from natural causes. dominican officials pushing back on what they see unfair characterization hurting livelihood. spokesman carlos tells fox news. this quote's: it's all his hysteria guns dominican republic to hurt our tourism. we get millions of tourists. we are a popular destination. people are taking aim at us. waiting game for whether the toxicology results show any anything suspicious that would point towards poison or not to combat on these
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deaths. the fbi is of course assisting in that investigation. we are told 10 or so days ago this could take up to 30 days. we shall wait and see results. at least one of the family's attorneys says that their victims are r. having tests done here in the u.s. ed: troubling story. a family in virginia becoming the latest to say they felt violently ill while vacationing in hard walk punta cana. ainsley: same repor resort where people died last summer. calling for the resort to be shut down. steve: tim joins us live from virginia right now. good morning to you. ainsley: good morning. >> good morning. steve: tell us what happened to you and your family. >> well, we went down on sunday, june the 9th, check
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in was slow. there was check-in. we were trying to get all our rooms together. hung out at the pool. we went up to our rooms because they were still cleaning a couple of them. we do the normal thing. check out your room and then we see the refrigerator and then we see -- pull out this thing and there is three bottles of alcohol that you can put your glass to. we knew not to do that because we had been hearing some of the news about the mini bars and stuff. i said well, we are just thought going to take anything from that. they supplied water and sodas in the mini fridge. so we were doing that and monday and tuesday were great. what happened tuesday night dinner time is when we went around 6:30 to score rose restaurant and once we were at the table started feeling a little sick after we
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finished eating 8:30 went back up to our rooms. and 9:00 comes around, my son wasn't feeling really good at all. so he went to the restroom and he stayed there pretty much the revs the night until about 1:00. i went down stairs to the wanted to see a manager. they were going to charge us $250 for a doctor to come up. i said that's not right. this happened in your resort. we need to have some medical assistance. ed: tim, pardon me, but you said you didn't have any of that alcohol there in the mini bar that you saw and i believe you were celebrating your son's 18th -- 18-year-old's son's graduation from high school. sounds more like food or something else. >> yeah. ed: and not the alcohol? >> right. well, at the time -- dinner, i mean, we had -- everybody
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was having drinks the only one who didn't drink any alcohol because i just don't drink. everybody was like feeling like a little light headed, stomachs were bothering us. yeah,. ainsley: so you didn't drink alcohol, you still got sick. >> i still got not sick, sick but i had stomach cramps. ainsley: this restaurant is part of the hard rock part of the inclusive deal? >> that is correct. yes. that is correct. like i said, everybody was having something different. my son and a friend were basically had the same stuff. everybody got a little sick but my son got it the worse. and we were trying to come home on wednesday but trying to get the airplane tickets and him still not feeling 100 percent we didn't want
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to take a chance traveler so we all started. ainsley: you have heard the stories and then your family members are getting sick. were you thinking the worst? >> oh, yeah. especially when your son, i mean, we did this basically because it was his high school graduation gift and going off to west point. last hurrah type of vacation. yeah, this is thought what we wanted. it basically wrecked the rest of our vacation. i mean, it was tough. i mean, we started, yeah, my wife was worried. excuse me. we went to -- like i said i went down to file, to talk to a manager and a manager came and i filed a report. somebody will get back to you. nobody ever got back to us. the customer service at the hotel was really not that great. steve: tim, i understand, you tried to leave early. they were talking about a $1,000 cancellation fee.
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you would now like costco travel, which is where you booked the trip, to reimburse you. this is what the hard rock hotel and casino in punta cana put out on june the 11th. it was a statement they made to nbc. they said the safety and wellness of our guests at hard rock hotel and casino a punt is nopunta cana has alwaysn our highest priority. we are confident that all operable protocols were followed to ensure the safety of our guests. your wife is suggesting the place should be closed. what else your suggestion to anybody who is thinking on going on vacation to the dominican republic? >> >> right now i would say think twice and think hard about going: you don't think it's going to happen to you. it does. and one of the things
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learned the hard way they offered traveler insurance. take it. we didn't. so that's why we had more problems. me personally and the family, we're never going to the dominican republic again. it's sad. ed: is your son better? how is the family doing? >> yes. we are all doing much better. he's fine. we came home on thursday. we called friday morning to our pediatrician and had him seen and the doctor was saying he is looking okay. just take it easy for the next few days. very bland food. ed: okay. >> it was tough. we were thankful to be back in the united states. ainsley: i'm sure you were. ed: glad you are on the mend. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you very much. steve: cautionary tale.
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with leaking g.o.p. information during supreme court justice brett kavanaugh confirmation hearing. ed: this after another aide jackson cosco was sentenced to four years in prison yesterday for the dosksing scheme. steve: doxxing in this case somebody put the personal phone numbers and addresses of five u.s. senators and of republicans on wikipedia page. >> four years for doxxing may sound unusually harsh. think about this. this isn't just an act of embarrassment or an act of revealing truthful information that you wouldn't want revealed to the public whether embarrassing or not. this is an effort to interfere with the constitutional role of the united states senate in confirming a nominee to the supreme court. this is a material interference with the function of the government. and i think the sentence was appropriate. it seems harsh for doxxing.
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but this message has to be sent to people. i don't know what's going to happen to the person they just charged. the person they charged yesterday is accused of aiding and abetting the person that was sentenced yesterday. part of the same scheme. questions were more people involved? bigger questions did anybody else know about this? did the members of congress for whom these people worked. appears senator hasan knew nothing about it. should she have known what was being done by the people she had entrusted and given access to the computer system? ed: they were trying to get this information and releasing some of it home addresses of senators and whatnot involved in the kavanaugh confirmation process as you say because they wanted people to maybe go to their homes and maybe hurt them or threaten them. this is serious, serious stuff. judge: the judge, when sentencing, took into account, this is an effort to interfere with the functions of the government. when the president complained in orlando the other night about efforts to block the nomination of then
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judge kavanaugh, efforts to destroy his legacy and destroy his reputation. he also aloaded to this. the president has a very strong case. the efforts to block kavanaugh were unlike anything we have ever seen. ainsley: those senators all have children. you could really go over to their house and do some damage and put their kids at risk. i'm glad a judge sensdz this message. telling other people doing it in the future don't do it or it could happen to you. what do you gather though, these were aides. do you think this comes from someone else? >> i don't think so. i think the fbi has taken it so seriously. if it went up the totem pole, i think we would know about it. not only aides, they were unpaid aides. this is entry level. these people at entry level should not have had access to computers that they did. ainsley: shows you how much hatred is out there. how far apart the two parties are. >> the hatred is palpable. all the best.
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ainsley: we are kicking off summer one day early and we're learning how we can use the online world to find offline summer fun. ed: finding a boat jet skis and surf lessons are all at your finger tips and probably an app. steve: kurt the cyberguy
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joins us surf line.com eric warner surf school in new jersey. amazes website that leads you to surf instructors all around and we found him. he is outstanding. and. steve: people don't think of new jersey as a surf place. >> 15 year experience and about 80 bucks for a surf lesson. >> for a private lesson. >> amazing. >> jump to the second thing. you heard of air b and b think of this for boats. this is real game changer. boat setter.com. steve: i love. this. >> boat setter.com was nice enough to bring this two bottle today brought in flaw particular star. these will rent anywhere from 350 for half a day up to about $600 for a full day. ainsley: does it come with a captain? >> good question. >> the great thing about boat setter it doesn't just connect boat owners with boat renters like us.
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connects you also where you can opt in to have a captain. with or without a captain. ed: you don't have the cost of owning a boat. >> boat owners get to offset the overhead. one guy interviewed says it costs about $80,000 for his considerably large boat down in south florida to maintain and he was able to offset that with $100,000 worth of sales from rentals. ainsley: good. >> this one greenwood lake boat rentals we found and they are in new jersey, also. what we found there is another website that can you go to called discover boating.com. and that leads you to a traditional way of finding boat rental places and marinas around the country. what we found though with boat setter, 17,975 boats currently listed. you don't have to have a captain's license necessarily. if you want to do the rentals yourself, it's so much easier to do it. great pontoon boat that we have out there.
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steve: there it is out there. >> imagine, especially, if you split this with your friends, you are in to just saying about 50 bucks a person. we're going to go out and have a great weekend. steve: couple of weeks away from the fourth of july time to go ahead and look. >> exactly. a lot of the people ask these questions. what about insurance? well for boat setter they cover both the renter. they cover the boat owner and cover the platform itself. it's a unique way and also one of the disrupter companies that if you think about renting a boat in the future. i think they are probably going to win in this space. ed: great ideas. steve: find them on our website friends@foxnews.com at and cyberguy.com. ainsley: that's awesome. ed: congressman jim jordan, lawrence jones and dr. nicole saphier all coming up steve: it's a perfect day. ♪ nothing can go wrong ♪ it's a perfect day ♪ done.
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ainsley: we begin with a fox news alert. tension in the middle east reaching a boiling point. iran says it's ready for war after shooting an american drone down overnight. ed: a series of alarming incidents nut middle east. steve: lucas tomlinson is in the middle east with the latest on this? >> steve, ainsley, ed, i'm told the race is on to recover the wreckage of a u.s. navy high altitude drone shot down by iranian surface-to-air missile last night shot down over the strait of hormuz not far from where officials say iran attacked two oil tankers in the gulf of oman last week and four others last month. it's not clear how the u.s. will respond to the provocation. officials tell me a target list has been drawn up but it's up to the president to decide whether or not to strike back. before the incident, senator lindsey graham spoke to bret baier on "special report." >> my red line if there is any more disruption in the shipping of hormuz linked to
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iran take out navy, bomb their refineries if there is any more attack on american interests go after the iranian interests so they will feel pain. >> navy drone recently deployed in the middle east fartpart of reinforcements. the drone can fly up to 60,000 feet and loiter for 30 hours at a time. it's used to spy on iranian military communications and track shipping in the busy waterways. each drone costs up to $180 billion. two u.s. drones have now been shot down in the region this month. i'm told iran tried to shut down another u.s. drone and u.s. officials say last night iranian backed launched cruise missiles into saudi arabia hitting a power plant. steve: a lot going on. these drones are gigantic. ainsley: 180 million. steve: $180 million. the wing span of a commercial jet liner is gigantic. ed: remember the context why is iran laura bushing without these incidents.
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the allies believe the president's maximum pressure campaign of tough sanctions against tehran is really throttling them and their economy is in shamables. so they are doing these incidents, which are dangerous but are not massive, right? to -- in order to sort of rattle the cage. ainsley: get our attention, right. ed: get our attention because they are in desperate straits. steve: they're indeed. talk about what is going on on capitol hill. keep in mind historically back in the years 2008 and 2009. congress issued apologies for slavely. fast forward to today and particularly yesterday. house democrats are pushing hr 40. that would then create a commission to study the legacy of slavery and make proposals whether or not african-americans should be paid reparation. ainsley: um-huh. what you are going to hear right now is a little bit of that heated and emotional testimony yesterday in front of that committee. here is some congressman that are going to react. we also have burgess owens
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who was on that panel. the oakland aird and comey hughes you will find what he says very interesting. he is a democrat and writer. he is saying reparations would make him a i have. listen to the montage of all these sound bites. >> the stain of slavery was not just inked in blood shed but in the overt slavery policies that fueled racism disadvantaged african-americans for decades. >> it is important that we know our history and not punish people today for the sins of their predecessors in the democratic party. but. >> you lie. >> i just stated all facts. >> the moment you give me reparations, have you made me into a victim without my consent. bill hr 40 is a moral and political mistake. [crowd boos] >> chill, chill, chill. he was presumptive but he
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still has a right to speak. >> i used to be a democrat until i did my history and found out the misery that that party brought to my race. how about a democratic party pay for all the misery brought to my race. steve: steny hoyer said yesterday the house would voted on it if it got out of committee. talked to lawrence jones, fox news contributor campus reform. he joins us now from texas. >> good morning. steve: lawrence, what do you make of congress grappling with reparations? >> well, you know, quite frankly, when i went to watch the hearing, it was kind of frustrating because as you would imagine the party wants to take responsibility for not just what happened when it comes to slavery but what happened after slavery during reconstruction. you had a lot of the republicans saying hey, the democrats are responsible for this. which is true in some sense. but there is also no accountability for what happened after slavery during reconstruction where
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many black people weren't republicans in fact and then there were also lily white republicans that tried to push black people out of the republican party. there is a stain when it comes to both parties as it relates to slavery as well as reconstruction era civil rights movement. neither side wants to take responsibility. now, as it relates to reparations. of course i disagree with it. i don't like it. i think it's a bad proposal for many reasons there also has to be response to the democrats' recent occurrence of wanting to have reparations. what would that response be? i have advocated for republicans to talk about financial literacy, to talk about building businesses in the black community. reforming the education system. but, what have you right now is essentially the democrats trying to paint the republicans as not caring. i think the message is to make us care is to say this is our response. we care but. we just don't believe that the government should have to pay back, especially people paying for the sins
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of their grandfather's. ed: if this is such a great idea. barack obama now running for president for eight years why for eight years they never implemented reparations or called for them? ainsley: i know president obama, lawrence, and hillary clinton they said they were not in support of this because of the astronomical costs involved and when i was thinking about in this morning, how would we pay for that? everyone recognizes the horrors of slavery? how would our country be able to pay for it? >> yeah. that's a great question. i don't think we would be able to pay for it. but what has happened now is there is a grassroots efforts to get this done within the democratic party. these are the local grassroots people putting pressure on the elected officials to get it done. so, again, this is not party leadership that's going to be able goose it. of course the presidential candidates are going to be for this because there is a progressive wing pushing for this. of course they are going to
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say we are going to get this done. will it actually pass legislation wise? i don't think so. they don't have the votes to get something like this done. steve: i was reading this morning in the "new york post" they cited a marist poll from 2016, lawrence. and they said 68% of the country said they should not pay casual reparations but when you broke it down by race 8 in 10 white americans said they were opposed to reparations. 6 in 10 black americans said they were in favor of reparations. >> look, there is an obvious split. there is still a lot of hurt within this country that people feel like they should get something for slavery. again, i mean, i like to think the parts of history and it was alluded to a little bit within the speeches on capitol hill where black people were able to progress without the help of white people after slavery, there were black
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wall street, tuskegee. me and my sister were having this conversation morning. we were able to move forward in this country after slavery. i think if the republican party would focus their message on that to counter democrats' message of some check -- you can never repay for slavery. that's just a fact of the matter. there is not a dollar amount that you could pay to make it right. all we can do is move forward. how we do that is make sure everybody has an ability to come up in this nation. we do that by educating the population on different tools in the country to you make that happen. steve: okay. let's see what congress does. ainsley: good point. steve: freshman congresswoman from new york alexandria ocasio-cortez on tuesday said, lawrence, the united states is running concentration camps on the border and that's exactly what they are, they are concentration camps. a number of people have criticized her for that. yesterday she tweeted this. ainsley: she says dhs ripped
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thousands of parent children frm parents and put them in inhumane conditions. they call their cells dog pounds and freezers. i will never apologize for calling these camps what they are. if that makes you uncomfortable, fight the camps, not the nomenclature. >> it is obvious aoc has no idea what she is talking about. because she hasn't visited these facilities. as you know i have been on the border. i have been with the border agents i have been to the facilities outside of them. look, this is just -- this is what the democrats do though. they take these extremist positions. they try to cherry pick history to fit their narrative. they did the same thing two years ago when they said -- when people were harporing illegals they called it a new underground railroad. okay in the thing that they are not noting is that in both situations none of these people were invading a country. right? black people didn't invade america they were stripped
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away. jews weren't invading germany. okay? so you have a group of people invading the u.s. border, right? and they are being held in facilities. these are not -- many times the border officials are taking carol of their kids. rescuing their kids when they're drowning in the water because their parents have put them in tough situations. none of that is mentioned. and i think it's inresponsible for a u.s. elected official to take such a racist stance quite frankly. ed: wow. okay. lawrence jones, some strong opinions this morning. appreciate you coming. in don't forget to catch his show "keeping up with jones" and man on the street, two shows on fox nation. go there right now foxnation.com. ainsley: thanks, lawrence. hand it over to jillian who has headlines for us. jillian: that's right. good morning. we begin with a fox news alert. a man suspected of killing a sacramento police officer is reportedly under arrest after a near 8-hour standoff. officer tara owe sullivan was shot as she tried to hip
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a woman escape a domestic dispute situation. >> this is a horrible night for the city of sacramento. will tara was sworn to protect. we are heart broken and here for all of you. >> it took 40 minutes to rescue her as the gunman kept shooting. the 26-year-old died at the hospital. officers lining up to escort her body. owe sullivan is the 20th police officer shot and killed in the line of duty this year. take a live look at capitol hill now where today u.s. border patrol chiefs will testify on deploying more troops to the southern border. chief carla provost will make her case before the house homeland security committee it. couples as the president's 4.5 billion-dollar emergency funding request passes in the senate appropriations committee. it now heads to the senate floor. now, let's talk about this extreme weather. take look at the video. several drivers trapped in
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cars for hours overnight as the flooding drowns the northeast. over a dozen vehicles were stranded on i-295 in south jersey after they tried passing through rising floodwaters. that water is now stuarting to recreate. a flash flood warning remains in effect in new jersey through tomorrow morning. be careful out there. a father's day gift leaves a man in tears. get ready you might want to grab your tissues. [crying] >> love you? >> love you too. jillian: breaking down over that gift. his stepdaughter sophia framing all the inspirational notes he used to leave her before middle school. he had no idea she still had them six years later. obviously that was something that meant so much to her for her to keep them all that time. ainsley: it's her stepdad. how wonderful. that's special.
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steve: this is a fox news alert. you are looking at rqf hawk surveillance drones. one of the drones like that was shot down by the country of iran last night. they said we were in iranian airspace, the united states says we were in international airspace. of course, this is an area regarding so much of the world's petroleum products goes through the strait of hormuz. stuart varney joins us right now. stuart, international reaction so far to this is what? >> in my opinion muted. if this had happened two years ago, three years ago an american drone shot down right in the middle of a oil patch by a hostile power the price of oil would go zooming i guarantee you up 10, 20, 30 bucks a barrel. instead all have you ainstead $2-barrel increase to 55 adds barrel.
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ed: why is that? >> america is producing around 13 million-barrels of oil a day. we have a glut here. we can take care of any shortages. steve: we are dependent on them. >> no we are not. testimony to have president trump's energy energy independence. ainsley: how has he done that. >> by encouraging drilling. he has encouraged oil production in the united states. i don't know the exact numbers about the second he took office i'm pretty sure we were discussing maybe 9 million barrels a day. now it's 12 going on 13. that's an enormous increase all coming from our own resources. this has kept a lid on prices. even when you have got this kind of -- ainsley: also a good time to buy a house, too. mortgage rates are down. >> where are you going with this? yes. about a couple of hours we will find out what is the new mortgage rate on the 30 year fixed rate loan?
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i'm pretty sure it's going to come down t down to 3.57%. >> we have the best and lowest unemployment rate for african-americans foratio for asians. for hispanics. some things after another u if the other side would have won we would pressure. we were headed that way. steve: he is crowing about the good economy. >> i don't know if we would have gone in a depression. i do know when trump won our economy went straight up. the president is right we are out performing much of the rest of the world in economic terms. i will repeat what i said to you yesterdamoney is flowing ina gigantic amounts. ainsley: out of china.
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>> out of hong kong in particular. lowering our interest rates and you are going to see really big stock market rally today. i would venture to predict. i'm on dangerous ground. but i think you are going to hit a new high today for the s&p 500. an all-time high. this market this morning goes straight up. take that. steve: that's why the president is running on the economy? >> yes. that's his strong suit. ed: take that to the bank says stuart varney. >> don't put words in my mouth but yes. steve: thank you, stuart. >> sure thing. steve: meanwhile, president trump slamming house democrats for their investigation tactics for handing out payments as if they were cookies. ed: jim jordan is bothably move the house oversight and judiciary committees he is in the middle of all of the action. he joins us next. ♪ ♪ makes it beautiful.
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they were going to carkin it in together. i guess she ran off, steve. steve: always something. ed, thank you very much. president trump slamming house democrats for their investigation tactics as they get ready to hold another hearing today on the mueller report. listen to the president. steve: here with reaction, one of the people that the president just mentioned ohio congressman and a member of both the house oversight and judiciary committee jim jordan joining us from statuary hall. good morning to you. >> good morning. glad to be with you. steve: why didn't you hand out more cookies when you guys were in charge. >> we should have subpoenaed a few more people.
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i agree with the president 100 percent. the fact is we are where we are. here's the bottom line. the president was falsely accused of collusion the question is do you investigate the false investigation or continue to investigate something bob mueller spent 22 months investigating and said there was nothing there. obviously the democrats have chosen the latter and as the president said they will keep subpoenaing people and keep doing impeachment hearings even though though won't call it a impeachment hearing in the judiciary committee. bob mueller spent 22 months, $30 million, 19 lawyers, most of them democrats. 40 fbi agents, 500 witnesses and 2800 subpoenas on investigation he concluded there was nothing there. steve: congressman, when you go home to ohio and you talk to the people, how often do they say hey, what's going on with the collusion thing and the mueller report and the president should be impeached or do they ask you about other things? i'm just curious in the list
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of priorities where what the democrats are doing is landing. >> do you know the question i get all the time and not just in the fourth district of ohio but when i'm traveling at the airport or somewhere i get it all the time. when is someone going to jail? because the american people know that what took place when the fbi, the you were echelon of the fbi who had such a problem as bill barr has said, when they took one party's opposition research document, dress it all up and made it look like legitimate and intelligent took a secret court to get a warrant to spy on president trump's campaign, they said when is someone going to be held accountable? that's the question i get from people all the time and frankly from people all over the country. they also want us to address the crisis on the border. they love the fact that the economy is going and all those other things and like the democrats to focus on that instead of continuing their investigation. they want us to do what bill barr and -- doing get us to how this whole thing started. steve: that's what the president was talking about on sean hannity.
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listen to this sound bite, congressman. >> we are trying to find out whether or not they actually linksd in on my calls. imagine if it were the other way around and i spied on president obama's campaign? could you imagine what the repercussions would be or i spied on crooked hillary's campaign? can you milwaukee what the repercussions would be? steve: congressman, can you imagine if they were listening in on the phone of a man who was running for president of the united states? >> remember what bill barr said about 10 weeks ago when he first testified in front of the united states senate? he said four very important things failure of leadership at the upper echelon of. we know that second of all spying occurred. stead twice. third a basis for my concern about the spying that took place. and then fourth he used two terms that should scare every american, he used the term unauthorized surveillance and political surveillance. he is going to get to the bottom of this and just out
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what the president indicated may have happened. that's entirely appropriate and frankly, remember, this too, emit flood sent a letter to the attorney general of the united states. if they can do this to a president of the united states, imagine what they can do to you and me. that's the fundamental points here. that's why this investigation that the attorney general and john durham is doing are so darn important. steve: sir, thank you very much. >> you bet. thank you. steve: almost 7:30 now in new york city. final americans now dead after trips to the dominican republic as the fbi reportedly starts testing hotel mini bars. one man, who got sick says the resort should be shut down. you are grg to hear from him coming up next. summer fun starts at bass pro shops and cabela's with huge savings-- like bass pro flag chairs for under $10 each. and this stars and stripes tailgate toss game for under $30. now with free 2 day shipping.
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♪ steve: we are back with a fox news alert. the fbi is reportedly now testing samples from mini bars from a resort in the
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dominican republic. edited could help determine if alcohol is to blame for series of very mysterious tourist deaths. ainsley: griff jenkins is live in our nation's capital. are officials trying to down play these deaths? >> i'm not sure. good morning, ainsley and steve. important to remember the fbi cannot go beyond the dominican's requests for assistance in investigation. sovereign nation. the fbi is testing samples from at least one of those motel mini bars that's good news. not confirmed it yet until now. fox news told involvement limited to assisting with toxicology results only. if true this would mark a deeper dive in allegations that booze may have played a role here. fox news has learned as recent as april the dominican rum producers association was advocating to curtail counterfeit alcohol. meanwhile dominican officials are scrambling to reassure island paradise their island is safe. it's all hysteria against the dominican republic to hurt our tourism. this is a very competitive
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industry and we get millions of tourists. we are a popular destination. people are taking aim at us. well tim jensen father of a family who recently got sick there had this advice in our last hour to would-be travelers. >> think twice and think hard about going. you don't think it's going to happen to you. it does. me personally, and the family, we're never going to the dominican republic again. >> where does this leave us? we are hearing there may be a press conference in the next 24 to 48 hours from dominican officials which could tell us more about toxicology results that would be very telling. meanwhile officials are using a social media #be fair with dr. guys? steve: we need some answers. griff, thank you very much. ainsley: hand it over to jillian who has more headlines for us. >> we start with a fox news alert. syrian refugee under arrest accused plotting to attack a church in the name of isis.
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prosecutors say he brought bomb making materials and told an undercover fbi agent about his deadly plan at the pittsburgh church. the pastor is relieved to see him behind bars. >> i was indeed grateful that god protected us. god carried us and covered us. >> the suspect moved to the u.s. as a refugee in 2016. do not mess with this granny. a woman greets a suspect on the run with her rifle. marcia black holding the man at gunpoint at her alabama home as her grand daughter called 911. >> he wouldn't get down so i shot in the air answered realized i meant business. so he got down on his knees. it's just amazing to me that i got to witness my grandmother in action. ainsley: the suspect is facing charges for car theft. stop what you are doing and look at the shocking photos. swimmers are completely unaware they are feet away
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from sharks. the woman snapping the shocking shots from her hotel room. not far from the north carolina state line where three people have been attacked by sharks earlier this month. showing off tackling skills right in the middle of a news conference. watch. this i'm not 100 percent on this. [shouting] run! >> the detective as you can see slamming a stalking suspect to the ground as he ran away from a man chasing him in australia. the hero investigators will join us this hour with more on that epic takedown. wow, timing. ed: i can't wait for that interview. >> apparently the guy was running away from the man chasing him because he had said something that was inappropriate to that guy's daughter. and so the dad was running after him. jillian: be listening to that interview for sure. steve: apparent will that guy who tackled him plays
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rugby. ainsley: did a rugby move right under him. steve: that's coming up in the next hour. today is american eagle day and to celebrate one of the most famous bald eagles in america here in the studio. ed: challenger along with american eagle foundation join us live. good morning, janice. >> good morning. hi lara. >> hi. >> and hi challenger how is is he doing. >> excellent he loves new york city. janice: you said i can't use big hand gestures. >> make sure he doesn't bite. >> you tell us about american eagle day. >> american eagle day celebrates the bald eagle, a symbolism of our country and recovery to america's skies. and in 2020 we are going to utilize american eagle day to do a nationwide habitat cleanup to keep those guys safe out there in the wild and other wildlife as well. janice: you told me they are not endangered anymore. >> they are not. have been off the list since 2007. they are thriving. made quite a come back.
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janice: give me characteristics of this beautiful bird. >> obviously the whitehead and white tail. and it's been our nation's living symbol since 1782 a symbol of strength and very comfortable. this is a good thing. he likes you janice. janice: i like it. you look very comfortable. how long have you been doing this for. >> 13 years. eagle business long time. i was born into it. it's a passion of mine and it's a blessing to be able to educate people about this majestic species and how they can help him. >> how many events are you doing with challenger. >> challenger is actually retired right now. is he not going to be doing any more flights. traveling coast to coast to educate people in our younger generation. janice: 25-year career? >> he is 30 this year. janice: what is the lifespan. >> he could live up to 50 in captivity. in the wild maybe about 25. janice: where do we see them the most. >> it all over the united
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states minnesota has a. janice: great place to retire florida. >> he likes tennessee. he is going to stay there for a while. we would like our generations join us next year american eagle day.org to learn more about river clean up we would love people to participate in. janice: i love it's american eagle day today. what a great way to celebrate. thank you, challenger. i hope we can take some selfies? >> he loves selfies. janice: very hard for me to the to to use big hand gestures. what was that? >> a sneeze. >> bless you. steve: i love that you suggested that he could go to florida to retire. are you suggesting that suggesting that jerry is a snow bird? >> very good, steve. janice: i think challenger is laughing inside. [laughter] steve: okay. thank you very much.
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ainsley: i know he loves florida, loves new york. ed: we have some serious news breaking overnight. steve: we do. california police officer shot and killed in an ambush overnight. the latest on the suspect live from sacramento on "fox & friends." guys, what's the matter? i heard there were fleas out here. and t-t-t-t-t-icks! and mosquitoooooooooooes! listen up, scaredy cats. we all have k9 advantix ii to protect us. it kills and repels fleas, ticks and mosquitoes, too. let's get down to business. the business of getting it done. the business of road trips. the business of getting everyone back together. the business of hustle... ...and hard work...
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ainsley: we are back with a fox news alert. the man suspected of killing a young sacramento police officer is reportedly under arrest. steve: officer tara o'sullivan pictured right there shot trying to help a woman escape a domestic dispute situation. ainsley: live outside the home where the officer was shot. karma? >> good morning, yes. we are taking a look at the scene and really this is the closest we have been able to get to the scene in hours. this all started yesterday at about noon. and take a look at what we can still see. we have been able to move closer in just the last hour or so as forces have started to draw down. there is no official confirmation that the standoff is over.
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however, we have seen a lot of armored police vehicles, large command centers moving out of the area. we are in a north sacramento area and just between the two cars where you can see that there are a lot of police lights, that is the house where it all happened. as you mentioned, it started with a call of a police disturb bans. it was about 12 clock excuse me it was a domestic disturbance and police responded to help a woman having a domestic issue. when they returned to the house to help the woman collect some of they're things, that is when things reportedly started to go south. as the woman was collecting her things, a suspect, armed with a rifle, fired at woman and officers. and officer o'sullivan was hit by gunfire at around 6:10 p.m. it's not known how many other officers were in the area at the time. the police were taking cover from gunfire. we want to stress just how dramatic and dangerous this scene was. a person firing well into the night. first shots fired around
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6:00, as of around 11:30 the suspect was still reportedly actively firing randomly into the community. now we do know that this has gotten a lot quieter since then and in the last hour and a half as i mentioned we have watched police forces move out of the area. police tell us they are working on getting an official statement about what happened. still not confirming that they have the gunman in custody. however, we have definitely seen this situation start to draw down since then. reporting from sacramento, i'm karma dickerson. steve: car marks thank you very much. ainsley: o'sullivan is the 20th police officer shot and killed in the line of duty this year. steve: that is terrible. ed, over to you. ed: all right. thank you. the question of reparations meanwhile moving from a talking points on the 2020 campaign to an actual hearing on capitol hill as a house panel yesterday called witnesses to address it. among them an african-american writer heckled for these remarks. >> the people who are owed for slavery are no longer here. and we are not entitled to
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collect on their debts. bill hr 40 is a moral and political mistake. thank you. >> thank you, mr. hughes. [boos] [gavel] >> chill, chill, chill. he was presumptive but he still has a right to speak. >> here to reacted is the executive director of unhyphenated america christopher harris. good morning, christopher. >> good morning, ed. ed: what do you think about this young man saying look, i don't want to be seen as a victim and people in the crowd for heckling him? >> i think he was 100 percent correct, ed, you know, the black people i know who are the happiest in america are those who realize they are part of the fortunate 4.2% of the world wants population to be living here in america. but, you know, about the issue of slavery and reparations. you know, when you continually put someone first and they put you last. that makes you a political church. we keep putting forward this issue every year. they are the same people. the same congressman putting
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forth this issue every year or at least they put it forth every year when there is a republican in the white house. but, yet, they have had multiple opportunities to put forth this issue. they had it ever since the congressional black caucus has existed. there was a time in when jimmy carter was in the white house and he had complete control of the congress. there was a time when when bill clinton had complete control of the congress. and time when barack obama had complete control of the congress. if it was going to happen, it would have happened then. it's not going to happen. black folks, listen, i really want to tell you it's not going it happen. they are treating you like lucy treated charlie brown pulling the football underneath just before they prom mills he could kick it this time. it's not going to happen. ed: do you know what's interesting? it's to your point i covered barack obama as president closely for eight years. this was not an issue he pushed. and as you say into his first two years in office. he had a democratic house and senate where maybe he could have done it. here's what president obama said in 2016. quote: i have much more confidence in my ability to mobilize the american people
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around an investment to help every child in poverty in this country than i am in being able to mobilize the country around providing a benefit specific to african-americans as a consequence of slavery and jim crow. i think it's very significant as well. here he was on the way out of office when he had nothing to lose politically. he was presumably being honest and direct. and was also, at the beginning of that, not talking about black kids in poverty. he was saying all kids in poverty. we should focus on helping lift them up. >> well, ed, here's the question. what halls he done since then besides enrich himself? i mean, he said that was going to be a focus. what has he done since then? see, go back to 2008 when peggy joseph who was infamous for saying she wasn't going to have to worry about anything anymore since barack obama the was the president. if you fast forward an interview of her from 2014 where she basically said she had a lot of remorse for that and she said she felt rather foolish.
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and that she learned that don't trust the wizard. not only is barack obama the wizard but the whole dnc is the wizard. they are behind the curtains. they are acting like all this stuff is going to happen. ed: let me push back on that point. president obama is obviously thought here to defend himself. i was in chicago with him when he was pushing this initiative i believe it's called my brother's keeper. outside initiative not focused on getting government money, private funds, and i know president obama has helped raise particularly focused on young african-american males in chicago. and, again, trying to lift them up by boot straps. not by government prawms and the rest. i think in fairness to him, president obama has done that while in office and i understand he is still involved out of office. last point from you. >> show me the money, ed. show me where the results are here is what we can see that president donald trump has done is that he actually helped black folks by cutting regulations. cutting taxes and, look, the lowest unemployment rate in recorded history for black people. america, overall but for
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black people in general. he actually did something, instead of just talking about it we got at love talk from barack obama and a lot of talk from democrats and nothing got done. we had the first step act that president trump has done. he is actually helping black people instead of sitting there using us as political pawns. ed: raising questions as joe biden. president with barack obama for 8 years. where weighs on all of this back then. christopher harris, thanks for coming. >> in thank you. ed: it is a disturbing statistic. more women admitting they are using marijuana while pregnant. is that safe? dr. nicole saphier separates fact from fiction ♪ ♪ ♪ applebee's new loaded chicken fajitas. now only $10.99.
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>> at states across the country legalize or ease marijuana laws, a government government help survey says pot use among pregnant women has doubled since 2002. overall 7% of pregnant women told researchers that they used marijuana in the past month, compare that to about 3% in 2002. joining us now to react is fox news medical contributor dr. nicole saphier. hey, dr. saphier. >> good morning. ainsley: these women are saying when they were surveyed that their doctor said it was okay. what do you say? >> well, that's actually not true from the survey. this was a large survey presented earlier this week. they polled about half a million women. talked about did you use marijuana during pregnancy and if you did, was it for medicinal use or recreational use? now as you notice, we went from 3% to 7% who said they actually used marijuana during their pregnancy. most interesting was most of theme using it in first trimester really important
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for fetal development. of them they said 0.5% actually told them that their doctor told them to take it. i'm not so sure about that. the american college of obstetricians and combine knowcology justs are absolutely against marijuana. i don't know which doctors they are talking about. the problem with these studies is they are exposed to a lot of bias, specifically recall bias. what are you doing? you are just asking women. right? and so it's -- tough depend on them telling you, one, if they used marijuana and, two, how much of it they used and what their reasons were. ainsley: what were their reasons? because they were sick during the first trimester? >> they didn't break down their actual reasons. but it seemed the far majority was for recreational use. you find actually women who smoke marijuana when they're not pregnant actually tend to continue it during their pregnancy and a lot of them feel they state because they think it is safe. ainsley: i was shocked by this. >> think about it though as we continue t legalize marijuana people are
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equating it must be safe. people using it during cancer treatment nausea and ann arbonausea associated with pregnancy bottom line we don't know what it will do to the baby. the thc harmful component of marijuana that effects fetal development. we know it effects brain development and there are long-term sequela. meaning children whose mothers smoke marijuana while they are pregnant tend to have sometimes they have more difficulty learning, they have attention deficits and they actually have increased risk of smoking marijuana themselves. ainsley: don't do it you say. >> absolutely not. ainsley: thanks, dr. saphier. >> thank you. ainsley: was there really spying happening on donald trump's 2016 campaign? >> we're trying to find out whether or not they actually listened in on my calls. that will be the -- that would be the ultimate. we will see what happens. ainsley: now the doj is looking into it and jason chaffetz is sounding off. that's next. ♪ ♪
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not far from where u.s. officials say iran attacked two oil tankers in the gulf of oman last week and four others last month. shoot-down of unmanned state-of-the-art drone took place two days after acting secretary of defense patrick shanihan resigned. mark esper took over monday night. he spoke to sean hannity about an hour 1/2 after the drone was shot down. >> i worry about iranian proxy wars and terror, tell me your concerns. >> don't worry about a thing. everything is under control. don't worry about a thing. iran is much different country. much different from today before i took over. when i took over it looking like there was no stopping them. reporter: it can fly 50,000 feet in the air. it is used to spy on iranian military communications and track shipping in the waterways. each drone cost up to $180 million. two u.s. drones have been shot down in the region last month.
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guys. steve: lucas, quick question, it would be really easy for the u.s. military to release gps data to show exactly where it was when it was shot down but at the same time it is a spy drone. we probably don't want to spill a lot of secrets regarding that? reporter: that's correct. this is 180 million-dollar piece of equipment. it is used to track shipping. it is used to eavesdrop on iranian communications. the race is on to get the wreckage before iranians there. ainsley: nice to see video coincide. when we think of drones we think of something small you can buy on amazon. steve: sharper image. reporter: this is the size of a 737 jet, guys. ainsley: very expensive. ed: been on the story all night. email from him at 1:00 a.m. first reporting this. he has been on it all night.
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we appreciate his reporting. look, the context iran has been promising within days they will start enriching uranium at nuclear capacities basically. this is serious stuff. ainsley: not part of the deal. ed: making a lot of other noises recently. some believe because of president trump's maximum pressure campaign. the sanctions are biting their economy. steve: they are indeed. the lewk cast playing sound bite of the president speaking to sean hannity on the channel during a wide-ranging interview. at one point the president was talking about how our department of justices looking into, well, let me let the president explain. >> we're trying to find out whether or not they actually listened in on my calls. that will be the, that would be the ultimate. we'll see what happened. if they spied on my campaign and they may have, it will be one of the great revelations in the history of this country. and i will tell you, it's going
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to be very interesting. i think we're going to find out. can you imagine if it were the other way around and i spied on president obama's campaign? could you imagine what the repercussions would be or i spied on crooked hillary's campaign? can you imagine what the repercussions would be? ed: we can imagine in part. remember when the president first tweeted in back in march of 2017 something like this may have happened? steve: he said he had been wiretapped in trump tower. ed: you heard democrats freak out, this is crazy talk. nothing like this could have ever happened. let's see. it is being investigated. >> we know it happened to carter page. we know he was surveyed based on fisa warrant. a lot of people are not trusting what was going on behind the scenes. finally pulling back the curtain a little bit at a time. it will be interesting to see what the doj, what they discover, what happens in the horowitz report.
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hopefully we'll get to the bottom of it. steve: we heard from attorney general bill barr, he said i asked a lot of questions about the surveillance and he was not satisfied with the answers from the people at the department of justice and the fbi. that is why we're going where we are. jason chaffetz, who used to be the chairman of the house oversight committee said the president's concerns justified. >> well the president has deep concerns and rightfully so remember it was director comey who said they don't do sneaky stuff and they found out they do sneaky stuff. director comey said they don't do leaking. we no definitely they do do leaking. his deputy, andrew mccabe was fired for cause. now that the inspector general is about to issue his report, we're about to find out if the president was right. ed: he is certainly right there are tough questions here to be answered but i got to wonder what in the world is going on? we've been hearing about the
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justice department inspector general, the report may be out in may and then june. june is almost over. there are battles behind the scenes what is in the report? are people like james comey who are nervous about it. steve: at the same time, ed, it was within the last month i believe the attorney general named john durham. ed: from connecticut. steve: u.s. attorney from connecticut to be part of the team. ed: maybe that could have complicated matters legally in terms of jurisdictions and what not. ainsley: everyone is curious to find out, you want them to take their time to get it right. steve: meanwhile -- ainsley: we remember when aoc, when alexandria ocasio-cortez said that she was comparing the border what is happening down on the boarder to concentration camps. she is doubling down. not apologizing. a lot of people are upset with that. an emotional issue. she tweeted this out. dhs ripped thousands of children in their parents put them in cages with inhumane conditions. they call them dog pounds and freezers. i will never apologize calling
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camps what they are. if makes you uncomfortable fight the camps, not the nomenclature. steve: the part people are upset, she referred to them calling them concentration cams. that the united states is running concentration camps on southern border. nancy pelosi was asked about it yesterday. keep in mind in the past apparently had some coverses with aoc about some of the things she has said. has she talked to her so far? listen to this. >> so understand that while republicans have no interest in holding the president accountable for his words, they will misrepresent anything that you say just, if you have one word in the sentence that they can exploit. ed: seems to be giving her cover, giving her a pass. giving aoc. ainsley: they will pick apart one word? a phrase, concentration camp. ed: republicans were quoting her directly. interesting, bill de blasio democratic mayor, maybe he as axe to grind, running for
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president, he wants to get his name out there. he called out aoc here is what she said. >> were you uncomfortable with the way alexandria ocasio-cortez compared what is going on down on boardwer concentration camps? some people took offense. wait a minute. this gets at language. >> i respect her greatly. i feel very close to her in terms of philosophy. of course she was wrong, you cannot compare what nazis did in concentration cams. ainsley: he represents new york, our mayor. nancy pelosi says democrats need to be careful. they represent certain districts. she is a new yorker and the jewish community relations council of new york said we are deeply disturbed by her language. steve: nancy pelosi also said i haven't spoken to her about that. saw the story on the news. not up to date. lawrence jones was with us about an hour ago. he said these comments, irresponsible. >> this is what the democrats do though. they take these extremist positions. they try to they cherry-pick hi.
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a group of people are invading the u.s. border, they're being held in facilities. many times the border officials are taking care of their kids. rescuing kids when they're drowning in the water because their parents have put them in tough situations. none of that is mentioned. it is irresponsible for a u.s. elected official to take such a racist stance quite frankly. ed: strong words. steve: holocaust museum in israel heard her comments. said she need ad history lesson. tweeted a link to labor and concentration camps to explain. ed: republican liz cheney had her on. she was first person to call her out. liz cheney was direct, she needs a history lesson. sent an amazon link on a tweet, hear, read books about the holocaust. ainsley: commenting on israel. hand it over to jillian who has headlines for us. jillian: we continue to follow
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this developing story out of sacramento a fox news alert. a man suspected of killing a sacramento police officer is reportedly under arrest after a nearly 8 hour standoff. officer tara o'sullivan, was trying to help a woman escape a domestic dispute situation. >> it's a horrible night for the city of sacramento. tara was sworn to protect. we are heart-broken and we are here for all of you. jillian: it took 40 minutes for an armored truck to rescue o'sullivan as the gunman kept shooting. the 26-year-old died at the hospital. look at officers lining up outside to escort her body. o'sullivan is the 20th police officer shot and killed in the line of duty this year. now an update to a story out of the dominican republic. david ortiz was not intended target of murder-for-hire plot there. the gunman got confused by the red sox star's clothes and meant to shoot ortiz's friend who was
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sitting nearby. it was supposed to be payback after ortiz's friend turned a criminal into dominican police a decade ago. ortiz is recovering at a boston hospital. doctors say he is in good condition. president trump awards the presidential medal of freedom to economist arthur laffer. the ideas laid foundation for president's 2017 tax cuts. >> proved the most powerful way to grow economy and increase government revenue, not to grow tax rates, unleash power of human freedom, innovate, create jobs, deliver greater opportunity to all americans. jillian: laffer served as economic advisor to the 2016 trump campaign. the medal of freedom is the nation's highest honor. oprah considering bringing back he popular talk show.
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>> i would love to bring it back but maybe not every day. the only time i missed it during the election or something big happens in the news. gee i wish i had a show. jillian: the oprah show ended a 25 year run nearly a decade ago. we'll be curious if that happens. steve: she has her own channel. ainsley: her hag magazine. steve: stay tuned. ed: remember when the president said this at his 2020 campaign kickoff? >> i have a feeling she is going to be running for a certain gubernatorial position. don't worry about it -- ed: who is she? we have come clues about her plan coming up. ♪ [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.
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ed: we're back with this fox news alert. a navy drone shot down overnight by iran. the u.s. says it was in international airspace. ainsley: iranian officials say they are ready for war. how will this latest act impact rising tensions there in the middle east? steve: here with reaction, expert at it, former u.s. army special-ops strategic advisor at white fox defense. his specialty is drones.
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bret, good morning to you. you say you feel this particular drone was definitely in international airspace even though iranians say, hey, it was right over us? >> absolutely. that is typical iranians lying where our forces are. they did this when they captured some of our naval forces acted if we were in iranian warts. this type of drone, we would not operate this drone within iranian airspace. one, because the tensions are so high and two, because it is not really a stealth drone in terms of what governments are able to find. it can easily be picked up by radar. it is easy to shoot these things down. they loiter at speeds of 100 miles per hour. we're not talking about a fighter jet. we absolutely would not operate this within iranian territory but at the same time, the camera is so powerful on this drone we would be able to operate it in international waters still peeking into iran. that is potentially the case here. ainsley: bret, obviously we're looking at pictures. these are remarkable aircraft.
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steve: giant. ainsley: $180 million some these costs. what exactly are their capabilities? what do they do for our country? >> absolutely. my understanding this was mq-4 made by northrop grumman. sits at high altitudes. i used these during my time in service for intelligence collection. what it does it has a powerful camera that can capture massive amounts of imagery at a single moment. you condition fly over a country and with click of a button capture hundreds of images. one flyover can look at 2,000 square miles of terrain. we're able to see exactly what iran is doing with this type of technology. one of the most expensive in our arsenal for sure. that is why i think this is very serious escalation. it warrant definitely a response here from our forces. ed: you say it's a serious escalation. is it an act of war? >> in my opinion iranian
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hard-liners have been at war with us for years. they're currently at war with us. typically they haven't been been so-so overt bit. this is one first times recently where they actually hit a u.s. property. that means they probably have a different type of calculus but they have been at war with us for years. they only understand one thing, that is power. the fact that we put some very significant sanctions on them, they are hurting and losing control, losing power. president gave them two options, that is tonight and negotiate. iran can culture it is not to negotiate. they do want to fight. at the same time they know they can't go head-to-head with our forces. they will be deceptive about it. they will say we're the ones antagonizing but the fact is we know through our intelligence services that the iranians are conducting these attacks and that they're trying to create chaos in the region. steve: bret, last week the military released data, images showing they said iranians taking one of the magnetic mines
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off the side of one of the tankers. at the same time the military could reveal through gps data, stuff like that, exactly where this drone was when it was shot down but will they? because it's a surveillance drone. a lot of details are secret. ainsley: and will they be able to recover it? >> sure i think they could do that in this case, showing location of the drone isn't necessarily classified especially considering that we do need to expose what the iranians are doing but at the same time i'm not sure people would believe it. that is the problem here. iran has done such a good job acting as if we're the ones that are the aggressors, that we're flying in iranian territory. even if we released the gps data, it wouldn't necessarily convince people already not convinced bit. same thing with the photos of the oil tankers. clear the iranians are involved but people saying it is a false flag operation. ainsley: yes or not, will we recover it? >> yes, we'll recover it.
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telling valerie jarrett from the bbc very concerned about where the country is going. former vice president biden claimed he asked obama not to endorse him. ed: controversial call by a 13-year-old ump at little league baseball game spilling into grownup chaos. you cannot believe the video. watch. [shouting] >> what is happening? ed: at least four people cited for disorderly conduct. that video went on and on. one was actually seriously hurt. after parent started brawling at a game, yes, between 7-year-olds out in colorado. why are adults ruining some sporting events for kids? ken reed is sports policy director for league of fans. a sports reform project. author of the book how we can save sports, a gameplan. ken, good morning to you, sir. >> good morning. ed: what in the world are some adults doing that 7-year-olds can't play little league? >> it is another example of
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youth sports parents gone wild unfortunately. there is just too much adult in youth sports today. when you get adults involved, you bring in adult egos which leads to win at all costs mentality. pretty soon you have incidents like this where 7-year-olds are involved and having to watch their parent fight each other. ed: a 13-year-old ump. give the guy a break. maybe he got a ball and a strike wrong. i remember growing up playing baseball, some parents pressuring kids to be too good too early, play in college and make it to the pros. now every pitch. what is going on? what has gone wrong? >> i think part of you touched on it, quests for scholarships, olympic births, pro contracts and led to travel teams, club teams, as young as 7 years owed. the parent are investing a lot of money. they don't realize the facts are, less than 2% of all high
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school athletes will play college or get financial aid at all. even partial scholarships. ed: aau programs you hear a lot about, it is very insteps as well because there is this, there is only select few basketball scholarships in aau programs get intense as well. >> they do but the problem, you touched on the 13-year-old ump, there is umpire shortage because these people don't want to deal with unruly parents. there was a study done by the national federation of high school associations showing 80% of new umpires and refs quit by the end of their second year because they don't want to deal with the adults. ed: we don't like to focus on the problem, what is the solution? you wrote the book. give us one or two ideas how we might actually fix this? >> well i think, you have to get the egos out. you have to answer it honestly. if you're a coach, a parent or an administrator, everything you do, the mission statement for little league, whatever should
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be driven by question, what is in the best interests of the kids. if you can answer that control your ego, every decision and policy is made by what is in the best interests of the kids, we'll be a long ways towards a solution. ed: maybe the golden rule as well about treating people well. i understand you have a sign that you wanted to show us remind us what this should be all about? >> you probably can't see it. i will describe it. it's a signposted at glendale little league fields in wisconsin, it basically is reminder for parents to put things in perspective. says these are kids. this is a game. coaches are volunteers. umpires are human. by the way your child is not being scouted by the milwaukee brewers today. ed: out there in wisconsin. good advice. ken, we appreciate everyone coming in this morning. >> thank you very. ed: shocking new numbers showing homeless crisis in l.a. getting worse. calls to throw the city's democratic mayor out of office are growing. larry elder did grew up in l.a.
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♪ ♪ >> slavery was not just in bloodshed but in overt state-sponsored policies that fueled white supremacy and racism, have disadvantaged african-americans economically for generations. >> it is important that we know our history and we not punish people today for the sins of their predecessors in the democratic party but -- >> you lie. >> i just stated all facts. >> black people don't need another apology. for the moment you give me
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reparations, you made me into a victim without my consent. bill hr 40 is moral and political mistake. >> chill, chill, chill. he was presumptive but he still has a right to speak. steve: some of the highlights after tense hearing in capitol hill over question of reparations. ed: here to weigh in nationally syndicated radio show host larry elder. >> thank you for having me. i appreciate it. ed: as you take all that in, what are your thoughts this morning? >> i thought the last speaker, the young black man who got booed was treated abysmally. he acknowledged that newly-freed slaves should have got reparations. he said something i disagree with, that the people who suffered from jim crow should be given reparations like his grandfather. he also said that this is a real serious problem and that, discussion is worthy. he is also a lifelong democrat. he got booed. what he said was, i am not a
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victim. he basically said this reparations is the extraction of money from people who were never slaves to be given, never slave owners to be given to people never slaves. it was 150 years ago. it is too long ago. perfectly common sense cal, logical argument. he said today's problems, for example, the problem of homicide, the number one preventable cause of death for young black men is homicide. these are the kinds of things we ought to address. bad underperforming schools. these are the kind of things we ought to address. to put time, effort, attention and money on trying to rectify something that happened 150 years ago doesn't make a whole lot of sense today. perfectly logical. the guy got booed. beyond getting booed, the chair, steven cohen, he said presumptive. i think he said he was presumptuous. how condescending. ainsley: a democrat said black people don't need another apology. we need safer neighborhoods, better schools, less punitive
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criminal justice system. they need affordable health care. basically saying what he said stop living in the past. move forward, focus on how we can improve. also burgess owens, who the athlete, oakland raider, he was in there, he said, i used to be a democrat. that is the party of slavery. when i did some investigating i realized that is why i need to leave the party. he also said that we need to focus on black children doing better on test scores. he mentions what is happening in the state of california. >> that's right. only 5% of white people have any sort of generational connection to slavery. the government did not own slaves. republicans did not own sheriffs. democrats owned slaves. democrats founded the kkk. democrats opposed 13th amendment, 14th amendment, 15th amendment. as percentage of party more republicans voted for civil rights act of 1964 than democrats. maybe democrats ought to sue themselves for reparations. steve: sitting there in
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los angeles, the city of angels. they have a terrible homeless problem. it has risen 12%. got close to 60,000, 60% rise. they have committed over $800 million to tackling the problem. there are the exact statistics. >> right. >> in fact it has gotten to the point where people are talking about the mayor out there, mr. garcetti should quit because he is doing such a lousy job on this? >> well, i had a very long conversation yesterday with the president of a prominent rescue mission in orange county and he told me the same thing that many other homeless activists told me. government is incapable of solving this problem. the money will be spent inefficiently, ineffectively. we know what to do. we know what to do on the ground. they told me the same thing, if they had the money government is spending they could spend it more effectively, deal with the problem far more effectively than government. somehow we need to get more resources in the hands of
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churches, non-profits, other organizations having individuals on streets. many people working for these organizations are volunteers. so the help can be done more efficiently, in much more cost effect of it way. that is what we ought to be doing. government can't solve problem. throwing money at the problem only made it worse. ed: there is recall effort to take him out on the left. this happened with gray davis. what is prediction for this to play out? >> i would love to have recall effort to take democrats out of california. not a single republican holds office statewide. democrats enjoy not just majorities in the senate and assembly. they enjoy supermajorities. person who i talked to runs a homeless shelter, if california was run last 30, 40 years by conservative republicans would we have this problem? no we wouldn't. it certainly wouldn't be this big. ainsley: wow. larry, thank you so much for being with us. >> you got it. steve: 22 minutes before the top of the hour. jillian joins us with some more
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news. jillian: we're following a story out of florida. let's start with this. a cop is dragged by a suspect driving 65 miles per hour. the terrifying moments caught on body camera. watch this. >> stop. stop or i'm going to shoot you. dude, you're killing me. >> stop. stop the car! ainsley: see the orlando officer hanging outside of the car, fighting for the steering wheel. the man was originally pulled over for expired tags. he hit the gas after officers searched his car for drugs. he eventually crashed and was arrested. the officer was not seriously hurt. high school students file a federal lawsuit over competing against transgender athletes. three connecticut athletes are asking for policy review claiming unfair competition potentially cost them wins and even more athletic scholarships. the suit comes after two other connecticut athletes born as
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males, won girls track-and-field titles while competing as transgender females. do not mess with this granny. a woman greet as suspect on the run with her rifle. this is marcia black, holding the man at gunpoint at her alabama home as her granddaughter called 911. >> he wouldn't get done. i shot in the air. he realized i meant business. he got down on his knees. amazing to me i got to witness my grandmother in action. jillian: she is tough cookie. the suspects faces charges for car theft. what makes you have a happy day? ♪ [theme from "happy days" ] jillian: looks like "the fonz" spends happy days fly fishing. henry winger tweets six photos
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holding fish on vacation. he enjoys the hobby with his wife. they're pretty good at that. ed: you know what he said after that? jillian: what? ed: hay. isn't that what he said? steve: janice dean with bunch of new friends. janice: look at all my new friends that came to see me today? thank you so much for coming. this is the best part of my day meeting everybody that watches "fox & friends." let's look at the maps. we have cloudy skies. we'll make best of it. a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the forecast for the eastern third of the country really the next couple days. the weekend will clear up for most of us. we'll worry about the chance for flash flooding especially across the ohio valley, parts of mid-atlantic and northeast. the threat for severe storms. large hail, damaging winds, isolated tornadoes. it will be hot, hot, across texas. you know what? tomorrow is the first day of
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summer. does anybody have birthdays or celebrations. happy birthday. what is your name? >> staun stone. janice: where are you from? >> georgia. janice: where are you from? >> florida. janice: thanks for bringing sunshine. texas loves janice dean. i love you right back. i needed to see happy faces. i love it. hey, everyone. steve: thank you so much, janice. meanwhile, take a look at the screen. it is the video talking about today. a detective stopped a news conference to tackle, well, watch. >> i'm not 100% on that. [shouting] run! ainsley: that awesome. that cop will join us live. ed: cop or rugby player? ainsley: both. ed: both? ♪
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♪ jillian: good morning, welcome back. some quick sports headlines. a young fan who lost his mom to cancer gets a big surprise at nhl awards. anderson whitehead revealed a 100,000 donation to fight cancer, hess favorite player had something in store. >> i have two things for you. one is the jersey. and the second is a question. do you want to go to the all-star game next year? >> yes. jillian: hugs at the heartstrings. mon creel canadian goalie price first met anderson in february. u.s. place sweden in the woman's world cup at 3:00 p.m. eastern on fox.
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both teams are undefeated and advanced to the next round. ed: go get them, usa. steve: fox news alert. the fbi is reportedly sampling mini bar samples from a resort in the dominican republic. ed: it could help determine if alcohol is a to blame for mysterious tourist deaths. ainsley: the fbi is getting involved. we need to figure out what is going on down there, griff. reporter: that's right. there has been nothing but question after question with very few answers. important to note the fbi cannot go beyond that which dominican officials officially request in terms of assistance but these reports, not yet confirmed by fox news but suggest the fbi is testing samples from at least one of the hotel mini bars, goes beyond the initial involvement at that was limited to toxicology results. it suggest as deeper dive into allegations that booze may have played a role. meanwhile dominican officials are scrambling to reassure americans that the island
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paradise is safe. calling the deaths isolated incidents. initial autopsies all the nine died from natural causes. ministry of health spokesman said this, quote, it is all a hysteria against the dominican republic to hurt our tourism. this is a very competitive industry. we get millions of tourists. we're a popular destination. people are taking aim at us. tim jenson father after family that recently got sick earlier. he had advice for travelers earlier on this show. >> think twice and think hard about going. you don't think it is going to happen to you. it does. me personally, and the family, we're never going to the dominican republic again. reporter: we'll see what the fbi finds. we're also hearing there may be a press conference in the coming days for dominican officials that may tell us more about toxicology results, but, guys, today is a local holiday. i doubt you will hear more today. ed: thank you, griff. meanwhile it is the video
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everybody is talking about this morning. a detective stopping a news conference to tackle a bad guy. >> i'm not 100% on that. [shouting] run, run! ed: somebody needs to sign him up. ainsley: that detective joins us live next. steve: sandra smith joins us right now live with a preview of coming attractions. >> good morning ed, ainsley, and steve. what a morning it has been. breaking news overnight. escalating tensions with iran. we'll have a live update from the pentagon top of the next hour. in the brand new interview with the president on sean hannity last night, the president talking about liars and leakers at the fbi. new reaction to the president's words in that brand new interview. the fbi reportedly testing alcohol samples at some of the dominican republic resorts where the mystery continues there. we are also going to have a report on that at the top of the hour. possible news conference as well. a big three hours coming up in
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♪ >> not 100% on that. [shouting] run, run! steve: whoa. ainsley: impromptu moment of heroism caught on camera. an australian detective, tackling, using his tackling skills from rugby in the middle of that news conference. ed: the detective apparently nfl scouts want to talk to is former rugby player. he was taking down a stalking suspect. it is serious issue, the stalker was running away from a man chasing him. steve: senior sergeant daren edwards joins us from skype in
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australia where it is 10:52 p.m. >> good morning to you there. steve: behind you heard screaming. you looked around the tree. you saw the guy running. why did you decide you know what? i should just tackle him? >> i heard the father calling out that the man acted inappropriately to his daughter. to me that gave me reasonable grounds to detain the man. took him into custody. through my further investigations that resulted him being charged with public nuisance and stalking offenses. we'll further investigate other activities of him from the day previous. ainsley: this guy has a rap sheet. he has gotten in trouble with the law. he comes out of jail. he walks outside, see as young girl with the dad and starts making lewd comments to her. makes the father mad, that is why he is chasing him? >> that's correct. the girl was on her own when comments was made. the father is waiting in the car for her. even after he interrupted the
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press conference, he just continued to harass that young woman. she became alarmed for her own safety, alerted her father with resulted what you just seen. ed: how did you see quickly size him up? here in america, when youngsters are getting ready to play football, they're told to go low. when you look at the tackle, you went really low, you cut down the legs. you have rugby skills, yes? >> i grew up playing rugby league, rugby union most of my life. tackling, so to speak. no different than american football i guess. natural instinct, a man little bigger than me, running fast, that is the most appropriate way for me to stop him. steve: right. sergeant, i saw some video after that. i can kind of see right now, it is not great lighting there. but you have a big cut on top of your head, don't you? >> a bit of bark off the top, a little bit of skin.
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i think mainly from roughness of his jeans, that little bit of skin. not a lot of protection up there for me, unfortunately. ainsley: sergeant, you know what i found interesting? if you watch the video again the guy behind you during the press conference, he was just standing there. you couldn't see because of those branches, those trees, but you were the one that tackled him. what did the other guy say? man, i was getting him, you got him first. ed: hold your jacket. >> media person was pretty stunned themselves. they didn't expect something like that to occur. regular for me to use local media for some event that occurred around the district. that is normal place we conduct interviews. even young female journalist was shocked really. steve: sergeant, you have gone viral. this video is everywhere. are you astounded at the international reaction? >> i am. i have to say a little bit
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embarrassed about it. i think it probably done a good thing, promoted that police can be, after you're ready for unexpected every day, young police officers have to make that split-second decision and justify their actions. and you know, our community doesn't accept anywhere in the world woman should go about in the street to be harassed by anybody. that is not acceptable. the community expect police to do something about that. ed: this is fun video obviously making a serious point about protecting women. we appreciate you doing that in this case. we appreciate you coming on this morning. >> thank you, detective. >> i really appreciate you inviting me on. thank you. steve: good night. almost 11:00 p.m. there. ed: more "fox & friends." ♪ so simple, so good. get the recipes at walnuts.org.
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