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heather: good morning to you, monday june 24th and this is "fox & friends first", happening at 4:00 a.m. on the east coast, fox news alert, missouri police officer on the job for just 3 months shot dead responding to a call about a bad check, thousand community is responding as the war on police reaches a whole new level. a foul ball hitting fan in the head, will they listen? there's nothing like a mother's voice to calm an infant.
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♪ ♪ heather: adorable singoff between carrie underwood and her husband. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ we do begin with fox news alert for you and breaking news from overnight horrible news overnight. missouri police officer killed in line of duty just after 3 months on the job, this comes as horrifying new body camera footage shows the moment that a sacramento cop is ambushed. aisha joins us live as officer accused killer prepares to face a judge, good morning.
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>> yeah, good morning, the officers, they were all just trying to do their job, keep us safe when gunshots rang out in sacramento body cam video shows the horror, watch. >> let me know. you're not in trouble, dude. [shots fired] >> your heart just races when you hear those bullets, those bullets killed rooky police officer tara osullivan. >> so honored to have known her and call her a veteran for 20 years. >> thank you for raising a true hero. >> she's not alone, osullivan is
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latest of 22 police officers killed in line of duty this year alone. mission, texas police officer josé speedy espiricueta tried to help a woman whose son shot at her car, shot by someone after trying to cash a bad check, our hearts, this is from st. louis county pd, our hearts are broken for our municipal partners and the dead of officer of north county police cooperative, we share your pain, #officerdown, #neverforgotten and the man accused of shooting sullivan faces judge today. heather: our heart goes out to
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everyone who knows him. the bodies of woman and 3 going children found in tex-mex -- tex-mexcan border. the cause of death is unknown, well, president trump says deal with democrats on southern border probably won't happen tweeting that he wants to, quote, give the democrats, every last chance to quickly negotiate simple changes to asylum and loopholes and adds it probably won't happen, the president has postponed a series of ice raids targeting two major cities for 2 weeks while congress negotiates and this comes as remain in méxico program expands to at least 2 additional mexican
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border cities. they will now be sent to nuevo laredo and san luís rio. >> let's just think about the democrats' position here, these are people who have claimed asylum and had their day in court and had claims rejected and now face final removal, if we can't deport people like that, who can we deport and that's why it ultimately comes back to in essence open borders. heather: house and senate to vote this week on separate but similar bills that would provide at least $4.5 billion in emergency border funding,
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perhaps some negotiation. iranian leaders threatening to shoot down military drones overnight, this as president trump doesn't down on his commitment to keep iran from building nuclear weapons, griff jenkins live in nation's capital on the latest provocations, good morning, griff. >> good morning, we begin with yet more provocations coming out of iran, threatening to shoot down more u.s. drones and semiofficial cast news agency called last week's downing firm response that can be repeated, tough talk comes as administration impose stronger sanctions this week after the president made clear which he says he isn't looking for a fight that would not end for iran. >> i'm not looking for war and
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if there was -- i'm not looking to do that but you can't have a nuclear weapon, you want to talk, good. >> meanwhile secretary of state mike pompeo landing in saudi arabia hours ago for meetings with saudi officials, including the king to build international coalition against world's largest state sponsor of terrorism making clear spread of misinformation. >> i think it's important for everyone to understand iranians are sowing misinformation in lots of places and likely that iranians present things that are fraudulent, false. >> over the weekend the associated press reported that the u.s. launched cyber-attacks against iranian military targets last week, iranians claimed that the cyber-attacks failed, the president has at least one public event signing executive order this afternoon, we will see if he has more to say.
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heather: i have a feeling that he will. griff jenkins, thank you so much. >> thank you. heather: witness with bombshell testimony we told you about in the war crimes case in former navy seal edward is back on the stand today and gallagher accused of murdering a teenage isis prisoner, bomb-maker in iraq but last week under immunity, scott claimed that he actually killed the teen because he was going to die anyway, prosecutors expected to accuse, the case could wrap up as early as tomorrow. well, attorney suggests the missing connecticut mom may have staged her own disappearance, lawyer for jennifer, estranged husband tells new york post that this isn't the first time that dulus went missing and wrote a
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manuscript similar to gone girl. friends dispute the lawyer's claims, facing charges in jennifer's disappearance, her body has never been found. >> well, pete buttigieg, town call in chaos, facing own community about a deadly police shooting. >> sure. [inaudible] >> sure. so -- >> if everyone can -- we are going to allow him to speak if everyone can just calm down. heather: democratic presidential candidate says he's asking the justice department to look into the shooting death of eric logan, earlier this month killed by sergeant brian o'neil who was investigating break-ins in the city, o'neil's body camera was not on at the time.
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the former pennsylvania congressman is the latest democrat, another one to enter the race for the white house, but he has a little bit of a different message than his opponent. >> the president is not for problem, he's the symptom of the problem, the system that's not fair and accountable to -- >> well, the retired 3-star navy admiral said he delayed entering the race while daughter battles brain cancer, crowded field of 23 major candidates. just keeps growing. different note, the u.s. women's national team will take on spain in the world cup today, the teams are facing off in win or go home round on fox, if team usa wins they will face off against either france or brazil in the quarter final. go usa.
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well, the time is now about 10 minutes after the top of the hour and negotiations with north korea seem to be stalled or are they? turns out president trump sent letter to kim jong un, can we expect a denuclearization deal soon? joins us life with a look at what's really happening behind the scenes and elizabeth warren has a new proposal for gay could you please, we will explain. what's going on up here? can't see what it is yet. what is that? that's a blazer? that's a chevy blazer? aww, this is dope. this thing is beautiful. i love the lights. oh man, it's got a mean face on it. it looks like a piece of candy. look at the interior. this is nice. this is my sexy mom car. i would feel like a cool dad. it's just really chic. i love this thing. it's gorgeous. i would pull up in this in a heartbeat. i want one of these.
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>> massive sanctions and increasing the sanctions now, you can't have nuclear weapons and if you want to talk about it, good, otherwise you can live in a chattered economy for a long time. heather: well, president trump to impose major sanctions on
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iran today hours after regime issued brand-new threat overnight about shooting more u.s. drones, will sanctions be enough to end hostilities like this? vice president at heritage foundation, james carafano, appreciate it. >> good to be with you. heather: i want to begin with latest threat from iran saying they will shoot more u.s. drones this coming after the president delayed although still on the table attacking iranian targets saying he will impose sanctions, what do you think of latest threat? >> well, these are all fake regimes, when people you have to wonder if you have the right expert, what's going on is like an iceberg, we heard reports that maybe lower-level, they
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have to do stuff to look tough, i don't think we can take any of this at face value. heather: okay, that answers my questions as to why they would be issues more threats overnight when they don't know what the sanctions are going to be, what could additional sanctions on iran be, what's left for sanctions? >> there's always things to sanction because every time we put sanctions in place iran looks for ways to get around sanctions so that creates new opportunities, i think that sanctions are more of a kind just like the back and forth between the united states and iran has been more of a kind, so i don't really see signs of serious escalation even when you saw the iranians shoot down a u.s. surveillance drone, global hawk, the u.s. response to that was about ta -- to ratchet up, i do see signs from both sides that they are level of confrontation that they are happy with you.
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the bottom line for president trump is he does not want iran to have nuclear weapons. >> well, on the one hand i think by doing that the iranians are making the u.s. case why the iran deal was -- was so inadequate, essentially any day they want to iran can just pick up where they left off, that's not a good thing, on the other hand, iranian activity is still below threshold, publicly known activities are below the threshold that indicate that they are raising toward nuclear program, we aren't really climbing the escalation ladder. >> separately, though, reportedly president trump did approve a cyber strike thursday night to disable iranian computer systems so we have to follow up on that as well, i want to switch gears, north korea describing it as having excellent content as the
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denuclearization and negotiations appear to be stalled, but does this show that they are not? >> well, again, i'm not really sure, i think there's similarities between iran and north korea in that in both cases they have to wonder why should i deal with trump, i don't know if he will be back in 2020, for iranians let's be grumpy with 2020 and with north korea let's just string negotiations out, ordinary, reasonable, and prudent, if the north koreans believed trump is coming back, it makes sense for them to press ahead with a deal now, right? i think -- i think trump would still make a deal after 2020 but i think north korea the sooner they make the deal, the strong ter deal they would be able to get so it kind of makes sense that they might move forward but then again not knowing if trump will be around, they might just be stringing us out. heather: perhaps other leaders should be cognizant in this
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country what they say about president trump publicly and how they support his different efforts. >> look, yeah. no, look -- heather: north korea is watching what is happening with iran. >> monday morning quarterback and hadn't watched game on sunday and i dismiss commentary. heather: james carafano, thanks for joining us. 19 minutes after the top of the hour and another fan hit with foul ball, so what happened? should more be done to make sure fans are safe? and 2 years after high-wire accident triumph for the flying woman does the amazing moment that brother and sister duo on
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in contact with police reportedly, lyft say that is her ride ended at destination that she entered. scary moments at dodger stadium, foul ball striking the fan in the head, watch. >> foul. this beyond the protecting netting. pretty good advertisement for more netting. >> you see the reaction to of te players, her status is unclear, two teams announced plans to extend protective netting this season after several high-profile injuries, a woman died of head trauma after being struck with a foul ball in los angeles last summer. and the flying make major comeback in time square, walking 25 stories without safety net.
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>> i'm going to do this, what do you think new york city? what do you think world? i love you. >> i love you. thank you, lord. heather: crowd totally amazed, the duo started from opposite ends of 13-foot wire and crossed each other in the middle. this was big comeback 2 years ago, you may remember she broke nearly every bone in her face while attempting an 8-person pyramid. wow, you see that happen there, but successful this time around, time now is about 25 minutes after the top of the hour and mass deportations on hold, the president giving democrats one last chance to fix the border crisis, so will they? political panel up next to debate it.
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heather: welcome back, half past the half of the hour, starting with fox news alert, missouri officer shot and killed after 3 months on the job, officials say michael was responding to a person trying to cash a bad check when he was gunned down, the suspect not yet identified,
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had 17 years of prior experience on the force leaves behind fiancee and two children, iranian leaders to shoot down additional military drones, this comes just hours before the white house is set to impose new economic sanctions on the rogue regime. and today president trump expected to issue an executive order to make calls more transparent, the plan reportedly aimed after forcing insurers to reveal if they are giving hospitals discounts, this would allow people to shop around for lower-price care but opponents argue that it could drive costs up. president trump challenging democrats to strike a deal within the next 2 weeks to end the border crisis. >> where is the money? you know what, the democrats are holding up the humanitarian aid. if the democrats would change the asylum laws and the loopholes which they refuse to do because they think it's good
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politics, everything would be solved immediately. but they refuse to do this. heather: so will democrats hammer out a deal or just continue to stall and allow mass deportations to begin? here to debate jenna ellis, trump 2020 advisory board and former consultant at the department of homeland security, thank you both joining us this morning. >> thank you, heather. heather: i will begin with you, jenna, president put on hold and nancy pelosi put it on hold, leaks out that he had to delay it. do you think this additional time will serve to actually accomplish some sort of compromise between democrats and republicans. >> you know, i would really hope so but democrats have just continued to be obstructionists and use every last turn over the last 2 and a half years to not do anything on behalf of the american people but simply score
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cheap political points, president trump has been the one to make every effort to work hard on behalf of the american people and consistently affirmed country over party and the democrats really don't seem that interesting and president trump tweeted yesterday, i want to give the democrats every last chance and opportunity in order to actually affect policy change here and so when we look at the fact that méxico is on board with this, they are helping the united states and yet even our own congressmen and women who are simply on the other side of the aisle, they're not getting on board with this, i think that that's a terrible just -- just a terrible option that they are looking at and i don't see that that's going to change in the next 2 and a half weeks. heather: let's take a look at what nancy pelosi did have to tweet and mustafaly get you to respond to it. mr. president delay delay is welcome, time is needed for comprehensive immigration reform, families belong together, your response?
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>> there needs to be comprehensive immigration reform, the president has not made any effort towards it, after 3 years in office, couldn't fund the wall, couldn't make the border more secure, seems like the president incredibly uneffective and turns around and blames minority party that only controls one chamber and the president needs to lead on this and other chiefs, complainer in chief -- heather: well, he has definitely tried to work out some sort of compromise with democrats, you cannot deny that over and over again, the wall is currently being built and from what i understand -- >> that's alternative facts, those are repairs to a wall, those are the repairs that were
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scheduled that president trump was there or not, just because he repeats something over and over again doesn't make it true. keeps repeating alternative facts. >> just because you continue to object over and over that doesn't make that true either. there should have been more immigration reform. right now the democrats are stalling and they wouldn't get on board and so that is a problem and come 2020 that's going to continue to be a problem that democrats just aren't interested in working on behalf of the american people. heather: mustafas this isn't the
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first time, president obama did it. >> targeted to people that have criminal record and tried to pull out anyone who is a danger to the community and society. heather: mustafa, that's not true. >> the president says one thing -- >> this is a statement from jay johnson back when it happened and he said specifically the focus of this weekend's operations were adults and their children who were apprehended after may first, 2014 crossing the southern border illegally. >> look, this president has created an executive order, people can look it up that created the child separation and then he created executive order that is ending child separation. the president continues to use alternative facts and likes to watch cable news.
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heather: no response to when president obama did back in 2014 but i will let you response. >> it isn't the same thing. heather: it was the same thing, i just read it to you. jenna, to close it to you, 90% of illegal immigrants arrested by ice had criminal convictions pending criminal charges, so you get the final word. >> yeah, and so i think that this just shows how much they have done even though the flores agreement and other complications in place because congress hasn't passed comprehensive immigration reform, president trump is trying to do as much as he possibly can staying within constitutional margins and i wish that democrats would understand how important border security is to every american in this country and that's going to be a really huge issue come 2020. heather: jenna, mustafa, we appreciate it. >> thank you, heather. heather: announce policy to
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eliminate nearly $2 trillion of student debt and the democratic presidential candidate is bringing back an old campaign promise. >> free tuition, tuition free. [cheers and applause] heather: well, according to washington post sanders' package includes making public universities, community colleges and trade schools tuition free, solution for funding the plan, taxing wall street. well, first democrats were pushing for resperrations for slavery and now 2020 hopeful wants to make them for gay couples, our government owes them more than $20 million, we must right the wrongs, warren's refund equality act would allow gay couples to amend past tax returns only in state that recognize the unions before the
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supreme court overturned the marriage act in 2013, the couples would reportedly be eligible for 57 million in refund. well, the time now is about 20 minutes until the top of the hour and 30-dead horses, one hall of fame trainer banned and countless questions, what is happening at the santa anita racetrack? veterinarian joins us live with the investigation that he thinks should take place.
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>> welcome back, 30 horses has died in one racetrack, santa anita race tack and one hall of famer banned from staples after 4 connections with horses,
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veterinarian dr. oscar chávez joins me now to hopefully shed some light on the bizarre story, thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you for having me, heather. i know that horses, first of all, tell everyone at home that's not jury specialty but what do you think is going on here and how would you begin this investigation? >> right, so i'm not involved in the investigation but as veterinarian i can tell you a little bit of what might be going on. athletes are the jockeys and horses. the difference is horse can't get injuries that aren't always treatable and what often happens is youth -- we are not in any excessive amount of deaths,
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however, when you compare the number of deaths in santa anita or in the u.s. compared to other countries, it is at higher incidents in the u.s., that could warrant an investigation. heather: yeah, you have 30 horses and one racetrack and seems like a lot and seems like something is going on, you have hall of fame trainer that's being banned. >> yeah, what really needs to happen is a team of ep epdemmiaologist need to spend time on the racetrack and need to find out everything, turn over everything and get to the bottom of it because focusing on one trainer or one reason is probably not the way to go, it's probably multifactorial.
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heather: individual who is do not embrace new rules and safety measures that put horse and rider safety above all else would not have place in any racetrack, the trainer, that we talked about, his record and n recent months has been increasingly challenging, no longer welcome to stable race or train his horses at any of our facilities, and as we said, the deaths involve 4 of his horses, so what do you think about their statement. there could be really important lessons to be learned. they could look into it and find out that in breeding it's causing the bones of horses are becoming thinner and that's leading to injuries, for example. i'm not saying that's the cause but that's something that they can look into.
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heather: right. >> just focusing on trainer or scapegoat might not be the best way to go forward. heather: all right, we have to leave it right here but they are doing some new rules as their statement said that allegedly will review the -- the horses, medical history, training and race history, hopefully that will help, dr. chávez, thank you so much for joining us this morning, we appreciate it. >> thank you, heather. heather: have a good day. well, the time now is about 15 minutes until the top of the hour and imagine boarding a flight and dozing off as many of us some do only to wake up locked in, locked on cold dark plane and what the airline had to say for itself. >> if you have one do-over at president, what would it be? >> personnel. heather: president trump admits biggest mistake so far, why he wishes he could get a do-over.
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heather: newly retired pizza shop owner is latest to die in dominican republic. he was rushed to the hospital in respiratory distress after drinking something at boca chica resort in santo domingo, while the new york man is tenth american to die in dominican republic since januaries, officials say they have not seen uptick in the number of u.s. citizen deaths reported. we will stay on top of that one for you, listen to this, panicked mother wakes up on empty plane alone and locked inside the pitch-black cabin, can you imagine. the woman says she fell asleep on 90-minute air canada flight
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and no one woke her up, details ordeal in facebook writing felt like a champ when i got the main door open and now facing 40 to 50-foot drop, i hang out the door trying to get the attention of ground crew when i see the luggage cart driving towards me i'm literally dangling my legs out of the plane which she eventually got someone's attention by using flashlight that she found in cockpit since her phone was dead and couldn't call anyone. the airline has apologized and they are investigating, how in the world does that happen? well, supreme court could rule on 12 major cases ahead of summer recess, the citizenship question on 2020 census, the trump administration's plan to end obama-era daca program, gerrymandering case is also on the docket and decisions could come down as soon as this thursday.
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and support for president trump is now forbidden from a rivalry, possible associate media site for knitters and we cannot provide space that's inclusive of all and also support for open white supremacy. yeah, take that in. users could be permanently banned from the platform for sharing any protrump messages. much more to come on that, i have a feeling, talk about going from zero to heros, more than 2,000 people in north carolina winning the lottery after playing the number 0 four times, depending on how much they spend on a ticket, winners will walk away with either 5,000 or 2500 bucks, four zeros, the time now 10 minutes until the top of the hour and holocaust survivors, they are getting the last word
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on aco's concentration camp comments but the congresswoman's fellow democrats talking about the controversy is just a distraction from the conditions for migrants at the border. [crying] >> adorable singoff from carrie underwood and her husband that's going viral.
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heather: president trump admitting to what has been his biggest mistake in oval office. >> if you could have one do-over what would it be? >> i would not have appointed jeff sessions to be attorney general. >> the president fired sessions in november after being openly critical of his decision to recuse himself from the mueller probe in 2017. the president also weighing in on 2020 election claiming that he would rather face former vice president joe biden than run against hillary clinton again. >> i actually think that hillary clinton was a great candidate, she was very smart, she was ruthless and vicious. >> you would rather run against her wouldn't you?
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>> i would rather run against biden. >> sleepy joe, she was not sleepy. >> latest polls showing biden with lead amongst 20 contenders. >> the united states is running concentration camps on our southern border and that is exactly what they are. >> well, schiff trying to distance himself on remarks by putting blame on the president. let's not let that distract us from terrible conditions that are going on that you describe and have trump lawyers in courts saying that this is perfectly acceptable and the conditions are fine. i would like to see the trump lawyers or people in the cabinet spend a week in one of the facilities sleeping on a
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concrete fool with aluminum blanket whether they think it's consistent with american values. heather: vice president pence says conditions at detention center are direct result of the house's failure to act when the president asked for more funding. negotiations underway this week, they have 2 weeks to get something done, so we asked what you thought it would take for congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez to apologize and overwhelming amount of you think that she won't, nick tweeting, she will never apologize because she's not sorry, she doesn't care that it's offensive statement, daniel on facebook says forget it, she wouldn't know how to make a real apology and understand and mean it. keep your opinions coming in on that, now the good, the bad, the ugly, though always the good, the dad takes the stage at florida dance recital, actually several, one father steals the show, watch this.
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[cheers and applause] >> audience going wild as they surprise jade on stage, he leaves for one-year tour in kuwait in september. that's awesome. now, the bad, 23,000 containers of baby formula recalled. only sold at wal-mart and you can't return it for refund, be aware of that and finally the ugly, carrie underwood's cries when dad tries to sing to him but look what happens when dad
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chimes? [crying] >> so basically when carrie he stops crying and when daddy sings he cries. "fox & friends first" continues right now, bye, bye. jillian: monday june 24th, a missouri police officer and father of 2 gunned down in line of duty. >> we have a tragic death, stark reminder of dangers to have job, live with breaking details. >> sure. >> if everyone can just -- we will allow him to speak if everyone can just calm down. >> listen to that, no mincing words at mayor pete's town hall. jillian: outor


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