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expelled. his facebook page was full of complaints against jews and moderate muslims, called for overthrowing democracy and establishing islamic law. fbi's criminal complaint showed growing hatred of america, democracy, secular muslims. of convicted he is in jail for up to 20 years. shannon bream and the fox news at night team after breaking developments from here. shannon: i am shannon bream in washington. we begin with a fox news alert. two critical court rulings for donald trump with implications for the democrats impeachment push. there is no value in removing the president now. the federal judge ruling top lawyer at the white house must show up after being subpoenaed by house democrats. there is a lot more to that ruling and it is being
challenged. the supreme court puts a stop temporarily to house democrats efforts to get years of the president's tax returns. all the breaking news. >> reporter: a busy monday, don mcgann left the white house well before ukraine entered the equation but this is a setback for the trump administration, may start a chain reaction to others who know more about ukraine in front of the camera. mcgann left the white house last fall, october 2018. a senior official tells fox news doj will appeal this ruling hoping first day. this sets up an interesting situation for those who worked in the white house and the top tiers of the trump administration as donald trump spoke to ukrainian president volodymyr zelinsky. mcilvain, rick perry and former national security adviser john
bolton have all decided not to testify but that could change based on this judge's ruling. democrats continues to forge ahead. >> evidence is overwhelming. we are not willing to go the months and months in the courts. >> the inquiry will move to the house judiciary committee led by chairman jerry nadler but before that there intelligence chairman adam schiff sent his colleagues a letter writing and part, quote, i urge all members to find guidance from our office to protect and defend the constitution. for the people we must defend our democracy. meanwhile back at the white house fox news has learned they are reviewing internal communications regarding old on aid to ukraine following concerns about the timeline of those communications, the president's personal attorney rudy giuliani keeps grabbing headlines for his involvement in the ukraine narrative. he told in henry this about
donald trump. >> i see he's going to throw me under the bus, when they say that i say he isn't but i have insurance. >> the former new york mayor went down to play down his insurance comments, the president in the oval office did not seem phased. >> rudy is a great guy. rudy covered that himself, you know that. rudy is the best mayor in the history of new york, the strongest mayor, the best mayor. rudy is a great crimefighter, corruption fighter. >> members of congress are home for thanksgiving week, many will face constituents to see how impeachment plays in their district. in swing districts of those democrats are concerned it is not playing that well but the top brass and democratic party continues to reassure those anxious democrats that the impeachment inquiry is the right move. shannon: good to see you. house democrat from michigan says she sees no value in impeaching the president. will follow democrats join her, the news comes as adam schiff
says his case to impeach the president is ironclad. joining me now, congressional committee chair congressman tom ever, good to have you with us. i want to play a little something your democratic colleague maxine waters who chairs a critical committee through this process, what she has said about the present, the cabinet and other white house officials, what they are doing to this country through the process. >> i'm going to be so happy when they are all out of here. they are hurting our country, undermining our democracy and being very destructive. >> what you make of the claims the president is undermining democracy and destroying the country? >> it is just the opposite, the
m session of these new socialist democrats in the house of representatives in their need to impeach this president is going to cost them at the ballot box next fall. it started with there is no collusion, no obstruction, no quid pro quo, no bribery, you want to know what this is about just look at my counterpart on the other side with the d ccc, in the last couple weeks they were actually doing focus groups trying to figure out what wording works best because they have lost independents. there's been a 30 point swing an independents since the so-called inquiry went public. they are not interested in this impeachment and you played a clip from adam schiff before you brought me on which says the evidence is overwhelming and yet adam schiff after seeing the evidence is overwhelming says he's not going to say he supports the impeachment. the impeachment is going to cost this ridiculous process is going to cost the majority next fall. >> he says he will start with constituents and colleagues before making a decision.
he said the evidence of wrongdoing and misconduct by the president is clear and hardly in dispute. he hopes republicans will come to their senses and join him in doing what is right, how do you respond? >> again, this isn't about the truth, it has never been about the truth, they wanted to impeach this president since before he took the oath of office. there a position with impeachment is going to cost them their majority next fall, they are focus grouping words. nancy pelosi, speaker in name only is trying to convince her caucus this is not a good idea. her outside group, two focus groups in new jersey, there for betas were very damning on the impeachment, donald trump's popularity is going up, even democrats, there's a poll that came out today, a quarter of democrats lost interest in this
impeachment proceeding, so-called impeachment proceedings and it went public. this is an playing well for them. shannon: there's been talk about calling adam schiff as a witness at the senate trial. he says there's nothing for him to testify about and if they persist in calling him it will show the republicans are not serious about what they are doing. >> remember, this is a man who said he had evidence of collusion, evidence of obstruction, this is a man who actually read what he said was a transcript of the phone call with the ukrainian president and when he was called on it being false he said it was apparently. he has been lying repeatedly through this process and changing the store, changing the rules. 's credibility is seriously in
question. there a position was trying to undo the will of the people in the 2016 election and their intent on trying to impact next year's election will cost these new socialist democrats in the house their majority. >> we will see, at least one democrats publicly questioning whether this is a good idea. the house intel committee will be busy. in the meantime, thanks for making time. >> thank you, happy thanksgiving. >> publican pentagon a refusing to confirm or deny the report suggesting he is the author of the anonymous anti-trump arms for the resistance. trace gallagher interviewed him today and has the story. >> good evening. the first clue came in september 2018. an op-ed in the new york times where an administration official talks about how the adults in the white house were working to frustrate donald trump's reckless decisions, clue number 2 is a recent book call the warning written again by anonymous at this time saying we should be concerned, the adults in the white house were heading
for the exit include number 3 is a new memoir written by a former pentagon aid. we looked at all 3 works and wrote, quote, i suspect based on my own close reading of the text that the author is in a political retired navy commander who became chief speechwriter for james mattis. he was pointing the finger directly at guy snodgrass and on twitter snodgrass quickly did not deny writing, quote, the swirl continues. on fox news reporting, i pressed guy snodgrass repeatedly. >> he makes a good jason the question is -- >> i appreciate that, the writing was excellent across both books, that's a great sales pitch. if i was going to make an announcement like that i would do it right, come into the studio with you. >> neither confirming or denying being anonymous mitogen of some bows and help sell more books and i noticed in 1996 joe klein initially denied writing the anonymous clinton campaign book
primary colors and he believes snodgrass is anonymous, also gets joe klein, author of primary colors so this time the game appears to go on. late today snodgrass finally issued a firm denial tweeting not me. looks like he is one for 2 on anonymous authors and while the unknown author stirs up the chatter the book itself is not exactly burning up the bestsellers. >> trace gallagher, thank you. new tonight a victory at least temporarily for donald trump in the battle over access to his tax and financial records. the supreme court has temporarily blocked the enforcement of the congressional subpoena.
the democratic madhouse committee is seeking eight years of records from the president and his businesses. justices have directed the president to file a formal appeal on merits by noon december 5th. if they like not to take the case that will expire in the records must be turned over but if the high court decides to hear the case this day will remain in effect until the justices issue a decision on the merits which would likely be the mid-2020s. ruth bader ginsburg back at work after being treated for possible infection. essentially tonight at johns hopkins hospital in baltimore where she got a iv with antibiotics. the past 12 months she has been treated for both long and pancreatic cancer. the 86 years old she is the oldest justice on the supreme court. barack obama is a conservative according to a piece in the washington post but michael bloomberg joins the democratic field and sparks controversy. we will debate next. sales guy, give 'em the employee price, then gimme your foot. hands-free sliding doors, stow 'n go seats. can your car do this? man, y'all getting a hook up and y'all don't even work here. don't act like i'm not doing y'all a favor. y'all should be singing my praises. pacificaaaaa!
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democratic presidential race. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg officially and for 2020. he's already sparking shannon: senator billionaire and his the democratic presidential race, former new york city mayor michael bloomberg in for 2020 sparking controversy over a mountain of cash he is pouring into the race and that is not all. peter doocy has more. >> a lot of people watching us. >> reporter: bloomberg has already in the world, and i just wants democrats to like him. >> i'm ready to get to work so let's get it on. >> reporter: the 77-year-old is spending more for a weeks worth of tv ads than any other candidate ever introducing him as a job creator. >> from a single room to a global entity creating tens of thousands of jobs. >> reporter: a 3 term mayor. >> when we suffer the terrible tragedy of 9/11 took charge. >> reporter: and a philanthropist. >> put his money where his heart is. >> now his heart is on supertuesday primary states. >> he doesn't need people. he only needs bags and bags of money.
>> to that other candidates win of iowa, new hampshire, nevada and south carolina. >> when we lost a campaign yesterday we didn't want in four states which have 4% available delegates. we launched in 16 states which have 40% available delegates. >> reporter: the millionaire has spent more on ads than last quarter's top democratic fundraiser bernie sanders. >> i understand the power of the 1% you see that literally right now with mayor bloomberg has decided to use part of his 55 alien dollars not to buy a yacht or another home but to buy the united states government. >> reporter: bloomberg doesn't think donald trump can be beaten by anyone else running. that is a race where pete buttigieg, the front runner in iowa questioned the wisdom of skipping iowa. >> there is some process that there is the field because there's only so many tickets out of i will. >> reporter: buttigieg and bloomberg won't sarah debate states anytime soon because the
billionaire isn't planning to seek the donations needed to qualify. >> so they can set the rules and if they set the rules and i qualify i would debate. if they set rules where i don't qualify then i won't. >> reporter: people are turning out to see elizabeth lauren who might never get a chance to defeat michael bloomberg in person but she spoke to the billionaire, she had harsh words for mister bloomberg earlier today but they have something unique in common. they both used to be republicans. shannon: a problematic issue for bloomberg's candidacy, his media empire. the host of media buzz howard kurtz has that part of the story tonight. >> bloomberg news is a global media giant, 2700 journalists around the world, a tv network, a magazine, all will be handcuffed in covering their boss's presidential campaign.
>> i worked morning, noon, and night to repair the public trust that they couldn't make. >> reporter: does that extent of the company michael bloomberg built which limited coverage of its founder when he ran new york city? editor in chief john nichols told staff yesterday we will continue our tradition of not investigating mike and his family foundation. that prohibition extends to bloomberg's rival because we cannot treat his democratic competitors differently but, this raises the appearance of partisanship, the company will continue to investigate donald trump. it is not clear whether trump's family would also be fair game as opposed to joe biden's son. the company will largely limit its coverage of bloomberg's pgs, policies and poles. initial story said he's offering his own mix of moderate policy stances, experience in business, government and philanthropy as a way to beat trump. the top editors of bloomberg opinion are taking leave to join his campaign.
this is barring any op-eds about the 2020 campaign. former bloomberg editor megan murphy said the policy was ridiculous and not journalism and three years ago she threatened to resign over a similar memo. as with the washington post examining jeff bezos and amazon other media companies cover billionaire owners and their, bloomberg refused to tell whereabouts and weekend trips, now he's looking at his own company's ability to cover his campaign at the risk of undermining its journalistic independence. shannon: bloomberg's media empire cannot cover michael bloomberg or his democratic rivals that donald trump is his fair game. let's debate it with an advisor to the bloomberg campaign and legal advisors donald trump's campaign, jenna ellis, great to have you both with us. the us political editor tweeted about this and said completely unsustainable. i project trump rallies will
include this, is there a blue berg reporter back there? they chase me around but little like won't let them investigate any democrats, crooked as hell. >> i wouldn't put it past donald trump to call them out. he is very direct when he wants to call out the fake news media and that is what bloomberg news has become, completely fake news by saying they are not going to allow their journalists the independent integrity to pursue a story and write opinion pieces like they would any other candidate and so this is absolutely ridiculous that they will have this memo and handcuff their journalists to just be a partisan show for the democratic party rather than having any sort of journalistic integrity whatsoever. people need to stop reading bloomberg unless they want to see it for what it is which his own campaign -- it is terrible and undermines individualism.
>> the wall street journal says talk about the blaming editor-in-chief, quote, the news outlet would continue to investigate the trump administration as the government of the day and if mister bloomberg were to win the democratic nomination the company would reassess how it would handle covering its owner and i know you are advised or working with them in some capacity but they had to know the criticism would come from that decision. >> this is much ado about nothing. john nichols made it clear they are going to handle every candidate the same and if there's an election between donald trump and michael bloomberg or any of the other candidates and i hope it is bloomberg but they will presumably do full throated analysis and reporting on both so to me there is not a fake news component but any equivalents that to me is not a big deal. shannon: i want to talk to you about the use of the word calls to talk about the president of the cult leader, his followers is called members. you may have noticed it showing up in all kinds of places.
>> it is almost like a deer leader situation. a cult of personality. cultish devotion. >> destructive call. >> the president is using mind control. >> become a cult. >> you yourself are in a cold. >> it is frightening to hear a cult expert say you see these signs today in american politics. >> this is how rush limbaugh is reacting. >> pelosi and the democrats are putting this out that trump supporters are a cold meaning they are unmovable, inflexible and members of calls are obviously what else? fools. they are idiots. they are stupid. and so pelosi and her buddies are spreading this notion that trump supporters are a cult. >> you are directly involved in
the cult. >> sounds like the rest of the fake news got another memo to use it as a keyword, and attempt to bully all of trump supporters, to ostracize and stigmatize us into having this chilling effect on our voice and the public square and this is absolutely ridiculous to use this term when people in america have a free expression of being able to support the candidate and political philosophy they believe in so to use this type of term is so base, so low and it shows that liberals are grasping at straws, they don't have a good argument so they have to go and call us such names when by the way they are the ones that had tears streaming down when hillary clinton wasn't elected, the ones screaming at the sky, the ones having these gnashing of teeth, this is just ridiculous. >> is this in danger of turning into another deplorable's backfire situation? >> it certainly could.
i find this really inadvisable and inappropriate. i know what they are alluding to, trump's comment he could walk on fifth avenue, shoot someone and people would still support him but to use this kind of language as a descriptive term is harmful to our democracy when we are so polarized. we need fewer deplorables, fewer cult and more cooperation. >> great to see both of you tonight. religious freedom and billions in international aid dollars from the us, critics call it a terrible idea.
>> emboldened by their success in the ballot box pro-democracy protesters were back on the streets monday night calling on the hong kong authorities and by extension china's central government to meet all their original demands and new ones. several hundred protesters have gathered here to call for what they term the liberation of a couple dozen students were still hold up on the campus of polytechnic university which is a couple hundred yards from where we are right now. the bridges that lead to the campus, you can see the riot police. only a handful of them right now but i can tell you there are many more on hand should they feel the need to move in. the day has begun with the dawning of a new political era, pro beijing party crushed at the ballot box, the people of hong kong sending an emphatic message that they support the protesters, handing the pro-democracy movement a
stunning 90% of district canceled seats. >> they express their voice. >> there is a long way to go. >> we will continue to fight until we get free elections. >> more than 70% of hong kong gaps 4 million registered voters turned out up from 40% from the same elections four years ago. that in itself leading some chastened lawmakers to admit changes have to be made. a real wake-up call for the government. >> a slap in the face really. >> reporter: hong kong chief executive will listen to the people but the truth is she had little choice but to listen most closely to her communist party in mainland china and it is an open question how president xi will respond. shannon: the role of religious freedom and its influence on
donald trump's international policy. richardson looks at the future possibilities. >> i'm a christian, conservative, and republican in that order. >> reporter: freedom of religion may guide more of how the united states spends its foreign aid. several sources acknowledge the discussion say the administration is considering conditioning american aid on whether government allows its citizens to worship freely. >> have you heard religious freedom is under threat all around the world. >> ambassador for international religious freedom refused to comment on internal discussions about aid. when asked when the united states elevated religious freedom sufficiently, brownback said not yet, answer the a person isn't going to be locking people up, it is going to be marginalizing them in society. that is why for me this is something we have got to go and aggressively. before it spreads more. sources say the administration is considering government identified by the us commission on international religious
freedom as countries of particular concern, those that engage in severe religious freedom violations, that list includes china, iran, north korea and saudi arabia in the second-tier identifying countries where the government tolerates persecution like afghanistan, egypt and india, michigan and pakistan to its watchlist. >> this is a unique moment where you've got this alignment with parties and all branches of the government concerned about this. >> there are concerns especially in several countries listed as violators of religious freedom are american allies and security partners like saudi arabia, egypt, iraq and india. >> a foreign government does not speak for all its people, we shouldn't punish the people of that country because we aren't satisfied by the actions of its government in one particular area. >> reporter: sources a final policy clean include waivers% security partners allowing
american aid to continue. the white house referred us to the state department for comment. the state declined, sources close to the matter say discussions about this policy are ongoing. >> richardson, thank you. breaking tonight fallout from the eddie gallagher case, the defense a terry explaining tonight why he fired the secretary of the navy but first the real news roundup. a member of the group that claimed responsibility for hacking twitter ceo jack dorsey's account has reportedly been arrested. authorities say the individual is a minor. the hacking group, had anti-semitic messages on dorsey's twitter about this. after being removed from his position as broward county sheriff, scott israel is fighting back filing a lawsuit claiming the decision to oust him was a sham the deprived him of due process, florida governor ron desantis made removing israel one of his first acts in office claiming those and sheriff at two mass shooting, one at the fort lauderdale airport, the other where 17 people were killed and 17 others
wounded. according to a new washington post op-ed former president barack obama is actually a conservative and that is why 2020 democrats are having such a hard time discussing his legacy. argue that while obama embraced like when left-wing policies the process by which he governed was conservative saying, quote, he believes fundamentally the american model works even if it hasn't been allowed to work for everyone. and recent public comments he has ruffled some feathers on the left calling out woke activism for purity tests and cancel culture. uh, what do you want? i've got uh, ai robots, i've got vr goggles. i want your sled, please. no. [ chuckles ] timmy. it'd be a shame if this went viral. for those who never compromise. the mercedes-benz winter event. whoa. he was pretty good this year.
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this developing saga. >> reporter: this interview with the navy secretary was extraordinary not only because of what was said but it took place at the pentagon as a fired navy secretary was leaving for good. >> richard spencer, secretary of the navy. >> foreign secretary richard spencer was forced out of his job over the weekend and a resignation letter he suggested his departure was tied to a controversial case involving a navy seal. spencer road i no longer share the same understanding with the commander-in-chief. i cannot in good conscience obey an order i believe violates the sacred oath i took but today secretary of defense mark jaspers says he actually lost his job because of a secret deal. >> secretary spencer -- of the president allowed the navy to handle the case he would guarantee eddie gallagher would be restored to rank, allowed to
retain and permitted to retire. this proposal was completely contrary to what we agreed to. >> spencer is pushing back. >> i will take the bad on me for not letting him know i did that but he was completely informed because his chief of staff was briefed on it. >> reporter: spencer's firing is about the chain of command, not it a gallery but he was in the middle of it all. the navy seal was acquitted of murder charges for convicted taking photos with the body of the nicest fighter who was demoted and donald trump stepped in and reversed the decision. the navy said it would review the case, gallagher could have been expelled from the field. according to the secretary of defense top brass felt the military justice system should result gallagher's case. donald trump ordered something different. >> i spoke to the present on sunday, he gave me an order that
eddie gallagher would retain -- >> you consider that a formal order? >> absolutely. >> what i'm doing is sticking up for our armed forces. >> and it is the right thing to do. >> we are going to pretend war fighters. >> the fired navy secretary. >> we have to have good order and discipline. >> the president doesn't know what he's talking about. >> war fighter is a profession of arms and profession of arms has standards that they have to be held to and they hold themselves to. >> tonight it is official the navy is ending the review of gallagher's case, a brand-new statement from the navy minutes ago, spokesperson tells fox news the navy has canceled the worker designation review board for gallagher. he will retire from active duty. gallagher is set to retire this weekend. >> we will impact that. the fired navy secretary says donald trump doesn't understand the definition of a war fighter. let's get reaction from a war fighter. former marine corps bomb technician, good to have you with us tonight.
i want to read something from our armed services committee chair congressman schiff, the democrat who says if a member of the armed services believes they don't have to listen to their immediate superior because they constantly go over their head to the president and pundits on fox news to get out of trouble that is hugely problematic. >> what is so funny is you have a secretary of the navy cutting fired or asked to resign because he jumped his chain of command pontificating and bloviating how good order and discipline are so important. what is troubling about this, i don't know what eddie gallagher did or didn't do but the navy was so bad at trying to prove their case, in doing so eddie gallagher was convicted of one of 7 charges which was posing with a dead body, the only thing they were able to prove without hacking computers are breaking the rules, or looking at unsatisfactory. when you look at the military justice system if you are putting good order and
discipline on the same pedestal as justice you are doing it wrong. go to read and discipline is an egocentric culture. justice is a moral thing we do in this country and we have a process for it so when you come out of the eddie gallagher case and he has been found guilty on something, he served his time, served the punishment and donald trump comes back, that is more of a political statement. i don't understand where the navy is coming from especially the secretary of the navy looking at this saying somehow this is going to inspire the 100,000 troops we had in afghanistan to break all the's, that's simply not the case. i don't know one marine boot on the ground who would do something they think is wrong because they think it would be that easy to get the president of the united states department the more override some kind of condition. >> is this is playing out this weekend from what we understand the defense secretary had conversations within the military branches, talking about
their strategy moving forward, what they were going to do, he says while he was gone, navy secretary spencer went and communicated with the white house or the president like let's make a deal behind-the-scenes, you let this navy review board thing precedent in the end i will make sure he gets to keep his trident gallagher and retire but in the meantime you have to stay out of the process. when he said that basically he was furious, went on to say this, here's a bit of what he had to say. >> contrary to the narrative summer putting toward me this dismissal is not about eddie gallagher but secretary spencer in the chain of command. >> what he was saying is this wasn't about the case but the deal that spencer tried to make with the white house and going behind his back, not a way to operate. >> sometimes they say the cover-up is worse than the crime. when you have someone in a key position in the pentagon looking
to circumvent the secretary of defense, that is a problem, that is a big problem. whatever his reasons are, if you were just in his mind on his mind for doing so in the military that's not how you do it. the same as you don't pose with dead bodies after you've been in a battle against the enemy so it is important to me to point out the reporting is the navy was looking to take away eddie's trident, the process should be objective or panel of his peers, other interested navy seals would look at this and make a decision. from there the commanding officer would look at that decision, usually upholding, maybe go against it and it could go back to admiral green who is an objective figure in this and so the problem, the concern was even if eddie's peers told him, the commanding officer below the admiral could pull it and that is where donald trump intervened, the point is the navy has more important things to do and if you don't think the
smoke from this fire affects the military more than what eddie did and if he was prosecuted for it then these people are so in their bubble and this idea that they're going to lose a string of their power to their own boss makes no sense and does nothing good for our military for these admirals or bureaucrats to be fighting the president on something. >> it will not go to this review board because no matter what they decided it will be blasted and you get this order from the commander-in-chief so there you go, thank you for joining us, good to see you. we are about to make your day brighter. you do not want to miss tonight's finding the brightside segment, get your tissues ready because we need some good news next. applebee's new sizzlin' entrées. now starting at $9.99.
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>> shannon: time now to find the bright side. shannon: after a long day of work we highlight the positive stories you might have missed. press secretary for democratic policy communications committee and megan alexander from inside edition, a new children's book called one more bug. never told people it made me cry. thank you for joining us. tell me your positive picture today. >> my positive pic is miss willie murphy. i love the story.
don't know if everyone has seen this but in 82-year-old woman in rochester, new york had a guy break into her house and she pretty much beat him up. no one knew especially the intruder that she was a world champion power lifter, she started doing this in her mid 70s. i love this story because it really dispels all the rumors about aging and has long as you have air in your lungs you can do whatever you set your mind to. shannon: she says i'm alone and old but i am tough. he picked the wrong house to break into, i'm hitting him with a broom and he wants to get the heck out of there. i love her, she's a great example. >> if she is. i got to tell you, we got to play this, this young woman looking to find out about her bar exam, a number of amazing challenges, i literally cried when i watched this.
>> in july -- i am so nervous - we are all nervous. [screaming] >> tell us about her. >> she is finding out she passed the california bar. as a toddler she was born with muscular to, told she didn't have a lot ahead in her life, she's confined to a powered wheelchair, she never left at stop her. she has pursued acting, television and commercials, graduated college, graduated law school and a couple days ago posted that she passed the california bar.
i found this inspiring. i love the quote it is not for my inability to move my muscles i would not a focused solely on my brain. every hardship is a blessing in disguise. god is good all the time. shannon: why did i think we are so hungry for these stories right now and why i am crying over things, we have a lot of bills of the motion. it has been a rough year. we need some good news, some positivity and to show the human spirit that is out there. thanks for doing this. shannon: i want to show a 97-year-old woman who is part of an all women's african american group that served in world war ii years ago, they had the task of going overseas to undo a huge 17 million letters and packages were stuck in a pile and backlogged. this woman went in, joined the army said i wished i had done it sooner because if i had known
how much it meant i love the idea of serving my country, she and her team within a matter of the time they were assigned in birmingham were able to get this whole thing is undone, 97 years old, one of the only surviving members, she inspired me, we all need inspiration so thank you for joining us with positive stories today. we will do it again soon. every dog has its day, check this out. our midnight hero has four paz and today it is conan's day. the white house welcoming the famous military god who was injured when helping in the rate the took out isis leader abu bakr al-baghdadi. donald trump awarded him for participating in the raid. so beautiful, the president even joking with reporters saying you do not want to get in a fight with conan. i think that is true, the president says conan is in his
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