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this is fox 5 news morning. right now at 7:00. a blast of warm temperatures this morning, feels leak spring in the air at the dmv. another sunny day on the way. several hour standoff in northeast dc finally comes to an end, we'll have details on how several agencies found a suspect barricaded himself an apartment. president trump returns to campaign mode what he had to say during a weekend rally in south florida. welcome to fox 5 i'm annie yu >> i'm tom fitzgerald of great to see you this morning, it is sunday, february 19th. however, you would not know that from looking at the
>> feels like an april 19th type of morning out there. we take will have look at the white house, waking up to temperatures near 60 which would be above normal for a high temperature but no in the morning we see our low temperatureses and we're going to have another remarkably warm day. it was gorgeous yesterday >> perfect. >> and this morning, it was warmer than it was yesterday. remember you said yesterday started off really chilly >> i had the winter coat and you probably did too if you were up early but warmer air came in yesterday afternoon, settled in and we should hit 70 later today, so 56 at all major airport, elsewhere we're seeing temperatures mainly in the 50's, 52 winchester, 53 culpeper. leonardtown is only 60 in annapolis, it's unbelievable. not just today, not just this weekend, but the whole forecast going forward. now, there are a few swe
there. coming to an end across anne arundel county but the pavement might be wet when you step outside because we had overnight clouds and drizzle. but those clouds will give way to sunshine later today. here's the set up for this afternoon. clouds this morning will break free, give way to sunshine during the afternoon hours, and it will be beautiful once we get past noon. 60 by 11:00, 67 partly cloudy by 2:00 p.m. and we should hit 70. three-day weekend for so many of you and whatever you have planned, it will be a warm one. high temperatures, range in the low 60's across northern maryland to the low 70's across southwest virginia and again the best hours will be in the afternoon. enjoy this president's day, looks aly little cooler but we'll have the details ahead. we have breaking news to get to. arlington county police are investigating a deadly
it happened this morning in the 6300 block of 29th street north. that's in arlington again. police say a man was shot and killed after a dispute broke out at a party. no word on any arrests at this hour. in other news at 7:02, the search is on foreman impersonating a police officer >> this morning, fox 5 alexandria hoff is live in seat pleasant maryland with the details. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, just ahead, people commute on the metro, something you may want to keep an eye out for. let me show you this, a flyer put out by metro transit police. they have several pictures of a man they say is suspected of impersonating a police officer and if you take a look at hose pictures you can see his face pretty clearly. they're asking anyone who recognizes them to contact him. suspected of
police officer, police say this man happened at blue and silver line stations including benning road station and here at the addison road metro station. they also say the incidents may have happened february 17. on friday, they're asking anyone who either recognizes that man or maybe even saw soming is suspicious on that day to give them a call. here's a number for you. it's on your screen, 301-955-55,000 or you can also text my mtpd. they're asking for information, not what happened with this suspected man of impersonating a police officer, but again, a little bit concerning especially if you are a commuter on those affected metro stations of metro lines something to keep an eye out for and contact police if you know anything. annie, tom? >> thank you. we have an update at a standoff situation in northeast
swat team at an apartment building in northeast surrounded a building for more than five hours yesterday, police say this began as a family disturbance when they were called saturday to respond to a stabbing. now, the victim, who is a man, is expected to be ok. but the suspect would not cooperate with police. barricaded himself inside an apartment on east capitol. standoff came to an end after several hours. police are not saying if the suspect surrendered or if officers had to go inside the apartment >> any time you got the swat team, very serious. that's something we don't see on this block. and we knew it was very serious. it's unclear this morning if the suspect had a weapon at the time of his arrest, but is some homeowners were kept from going into the houses during the standoff. a 2-year-old child is in critical condition this morning after he was hit by a car in takoma park yesterday afternoon
in a parking lot on roanoke, boy was taken to a hospital and driver did stay on scene, no word on whether charges will be filed. president trump is spending the weekend at his palm beach florida home, but yesterday, he held a campaign. despite the controversy. the president insisted his white house is running smoothly. fox's steve har began reports. >> reporter: it was an event that the white house build as his first reelection rally. president trump is greeted by a cheering crowd at a rally in florida >> i hear your demands, i hear your voices and i promise you i will deliver. i promise that. >> reporter: the commander in chief's remarks focused on trade immigration and fighting isis. with mr. trump once again attacking the media, accusing th
fake news. >> when the media lies to people, i will never, ever let them get away with it. >> reporter: the president spontaneously brought a supporter on stage and turning the mic over to him. across the atlantic mike pence is meeting with world leaders during his first foreign trip. vice president addressed the annual munich commission >> i bring you this assurance, the united states of america strongly supports nato and will be unwaiving in our commitment to this trans-atlantic he alliance >> holding russia accountable for ow crane and immigration, with homeland security john kelly discussinth
president trump's travel ban >> the president is contemplating releasing a tighter, more stream-lined version of the first do. . >> reporter: president trump is expected to sign a new executive order on immigration as early as next week. the president said he also plans to announce a new national security advisor in the coming days. in melbourne florida, steve har began, frocks news a new poll shows american are more than a political tired of the finger pointing coming from both ends of pennsylvania avenue, the harvard harry ininaugural poll provided show most americans want the political bickering to stop and to start working together to solve the country's problems. 73 percent percent want democrats to end the resistance and work with the administration and 62% want the president to compromise on his agenda and start to work with democrats. for mo
it here on fox 5. we'll take a closer look at the president's rally this morning on fox 5 on the hill. dc's only live daily evening political talk can be found here, that's 5at630 every week night at 6:30 p.m. time is 7:9. a dramatic car crash in china. >> the car in reverse loses control right in his path, a mother and her child. it comes out better than expected. we'll tell you all about what could have been a horrific tragedy. a death investigation unfolds to hawaii international airport after a man ran into the tarmac over the weekend and died after he was apprehended by police. we'll have that story. caitlin will be back with another look at today's weather. fox 5 news on sunday morning continues after this.
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♪ ♪. welcome back, time is 7:11. here's a long at top story, a familiar's son are dead after involved in a-on crash. about 65 miles from birmingham. alcohol is a factor in the crash. and neither man was wearing a seatbelt. hawaii where police are investigating a deadly security breach unfolded at the honolulu international airport. 40-year-old man ran through security checkpoints and on to the tarmac. officials say that the man made it to the tarmac before being arrested. while he was in custody. he stopped breathing and later died. investigators say they hope to have more answers on all of this tuesday when the results of an autopsy come in. a wedding deadly
california after heavy rain hits the gold den state. california will get a dry spell not long, wet weather will strike again next week. hundreds were evacuated isn't sacramento because of an overflowing creek and a third death after a man's body was discovered after swept down a rain swollen gully >> a completely different story than what we're dealing with >> that is winter for them, their winter season is rain in california. so winter is super delivering out there. the complete opposite here. so we feel for them. of course, they've been in a drought several years they need this rain but too much too. we're back in the 70 elbows wednesday >> have you ever stretcher anything like this >> i haven't and i grew up in the atlantic
i can't remember a february like this. you grew up in the midatlantic >> it is crazy. it's the only wore the i can think of. it's crazy. >> it's the strongest spring ever >> it is a good kind of crazy. good crazy. we swear. but yes, spring fever is here, it's in full force. it's hard. justin timberlake on sunday morning. early on this february morning, spring fever is here, yesterday, we hit 68 degrees. that's about 20 degrees above a normal high temperature. feels like it's mid april, not february. take a look at these temperatures outside right now. in contrast to yesterday morning, where it was cold out, because we started chilly jumped about a good 30 plus degrees. it's only vick in washington. so warm air settled overhead. 60 in annapolis, 51 in
we're 20 close to 30 degrees warmerer than what we were at this point yesterday. no winter coat needed early on this sunday morning. the warm front obviously is through. we had a lot of cloud cover this morning and probably wet pavement as we had a batch of showers move through. that's moved off to anne arundel county crossing the bay, couple of sprinkles west. but generally just cloud cover and those clouds will recede give way to lot of sunshine this afternoon, kind of looks like a gloomy start as we go through the morning hours, that cloud bank will give way to sun. 3:00. that will allow the temperatures to jump. we're starting in the mid 50's. we don't have far to go to hit 70. what about president's day? it will be a little bit cooler back to our cold front will come through overnight. temperatures will fall back into the 40's for most of us. and then we'll warm into the upper 50's, low 60's, that's still above noal
it will still be a beautiful day. president's day many enjoying a third day off. looks gorgeous, nothing but sunshine, nice mild feel in the air. back to today, again, nothing but sunshine, 70 degrees for that high temperature. it will get breezy later this afternoon, west northwest wind could gust over 20 at times. not a lot. we've certainly seen our share of wind this winter. that hasn't been the exception. however, this is a nice warming wind and it will help us get to 70 today. seven-day forecast, 70 for today, 62 for your president's day. showers arrive along the cool front late tuesday, early wednesdayings tuesday look as little bit cooler. look at these temperature, 68 wednesday, i had to bum. both thursday and friday into the 70's and we try to be conservative with these numbers looking so far ahead but there's just really a lot of things we're going to be so warm yet again thursday, friday, and then into saturday. no complaints from the peanut gallery.
so keep that warm weather handy you're going to need it if you go through rest of the week in the 70's. you're both appropriately dressed like rays of sunshine >> unbelievable this mild weather continues >> thank you, caitlin. yesterday, national zoo i can tell you personally was packed. lots of folks walking to the zoo. it is last weekend that giant panda boa boa will be here. she is heading to china next week on tuesday, boa boa will board the fedex panda express and fly to china where she will live out rest of her life at a panda reserve. that's a 16-hour flight >> it's hard to pay attention anything you say when there's a panda doing summer some salts >> this is by far the best video we have of boa boa. so cute. my goodness. >> i could watch that all day. nat car fans, drivers
lights at daytona, but the weather had other ideas. so they're going to be running the first at 11:30 before the daytona 500 qualifying which start at 3:00 here on fox 5. mike pence overseases for the weekend >> first road trip abroad. not quite a road to europe. he's speaking to our allies overseas, i'll tell you what he had to say during his visit to germany. we'll be right back. 7:18 on sunday morning. .
time is 7:21, vice president pence is holding a meeting with world leaders in germany. his first overseas trip >> he's at the munich security conference and while president trump suggested during last campaign he might scale back the u.s. commitment to nato. the vice president delivered a different message to calm european loose. we'll hear more from fox's katie logan. >> reporter: mike pence is attending the annual security meeting. to ease concerns over the u.s. commitment to the north atlantic
>> on behalf of president trump, i bring you this assurance. the united states of america strongly supports nato, and we'll be unwaiving in our commitment to this trans-atlantic alliance >> leaders have been on edge after president trump's statement calling for allies to pay their fair share, currently only five of 28 nato nations spends the rider amount on defense >> the promise to share the burden of our defense has gone unfulfilled for too many for too long. and it i roads the very foundation of our alliance. >> reporter: discussion is russia. vice president pence met with the president of the ukraine today. the eastern european nation has been a center of russian aggression in west >> we must hold russia accountable and demand they honor agreements beginning boy the escalating violence. >>
and preserve the peace. therefore, our aim is not to isolate russia. we don't want a new cold war. we don't want any arms race >> president trump has yet to take a hard stance on russia but russia has been testing the new administration by sending a spy ship close to the east coast of the u.s. katie logan fox news. the man convicted of plotting terror attacks in new york city ten years before 911 has new died in a federal prison. omar abdel, also known as the blind shake, he was blind since birth because of diabetes. he became a symbol for are aed chemicals. he was link toed the known 93 world trade center attack, booming that left six people dead and more than one injured. sam bin laden credited him with his inspiration for the 911 attack which
trade center in network. iraq launched an operation. this time the announcement comes as the prime minister announced plans to reclaim the rest of the city. the u.s. sent troops to assist iraqi soldiers. it began outside of the town where special forces are also based. forces reclaim eastern side of the city last month. meanwhile, china is laying down the law when it comes to its communist neighbor. it suspended all imports from the rest of the near. it hopes to pressure the country into giving up the nuclear programs. . he and others in congress continued to debate and beef up security along the border. senator cruise met with business leaders and mayors yesterday to discuss trade and other issues that
mexico and u.s. many expressed concern of the proposed border wall. senator cruz said the need for tighter security along the border remains strong. mayors >> we need more aerial technology like like the plane gps that i had an opportunity. more technology like the boats that are getting ready to go out to as you are veil the border directly, and to direct resources to where they're illegal immigration. on the topic, more needs to be done to take 15 to 20 year way that takes some people to get into the u.s. legally the woman at the center of the 1973 supreme court decision in row v w
norman. abortion was not allowed in text unless the mother's life was in danger. the supreme court, over time her views changed after she became a born again christian in her later years, she was an active member of the pro life movement. . time is 7:26. coming up, online dating it is huge business these days. >> and now, a new twist in the search forever lasting love. a dating ap that matches people based on the things they dislike. >> interestingly >> something in common with folks. caitlin will be back and have another look at this warm weather, and the work week respective, which is probably going to like. stay with us, fox 5 news morning will be right back after this.
the dogs don't know what's going on >> the people don't know what's going on, the dogs don't know. but everyone is enjoying it >> we loved it. it was such a nice day >> i was out in the evening and it was -- it's so funny because the sun sets early. you think it's going to stay out longer but it didn't. right before 6:00 p.m. that being said, spring fever is here, 56 reagan national, dulles and bwi marshal. unlike yesterday morning, where it started off chilly and then we slowly warmed up into the 60's, we're already starting off very mild and will warm quickly this afternoon once the sun breaks out. 56 baltimore, 60 annapolis, 58 in manassas, 54 in winchester. these numbers right now are low temperatures. are well above what a normal high temperature would be. for february 19th. and i don't think we'll break the record at 74, we'll come close probably hitting
45 in pittsburgh, 43 in beckly west virginia. 48 in lexington, let's check in on new york city, 56, mild there. 41 in boston. that's mild for them this time of year and everyone is getting in on this. satellite and radar does show a lot of cloud cover from dc through philadelphia and to new york. we have had the moisture that moved in overnight. a couple of showers you could see wet pavement out there. we got light rain showers through morning anne arundel dell county moving across the bay on to the eastern shore, that should be it for rain or drizzle. the clouds will stick around few more showers but slowly break away. sandwiched inned middle of our holiday weekend. here's your planner forecast. plan to be outside yet again. 11:00 a.m. 60, we kind of sit in the 50's for a bit with cloud cover this morning. then sun breaks out in full force this afternoon, we should hit 70, and sunny later today. remarkable. high temperatures little cooler
northern maryland low 60's. but easily should hit 70 in places like culpeper and fredericksberg >> back door cold front comes through, clear skies back into the 40's and tomorrow, president's day does look a little bit cooler but still mild and still well above normal. bit of a brisk north wind. even though we hit 62 in dc, northern maryland, especial towards baltimore could be a lot cooler only in the low 50's. 55 showers and cool on tuesday as the front comes through, these showers kind of uncertain weather it will be tuesday or wednesday, we'll put a chance in for both. this is amazing, 70 thursday, 73 on friday, next weekend, 65 on saturday. it does get colder after that. that's a look at your 7-day forecast. back to you guys. 7:32. arlington county police are investigating a deadly shooting. it happened this morning in the 6300
in arlington. police say a man was shot and killed after some sort of dispute broke out at a party. other. or news, search is on for a man who impersonate add police officer. >> it's a frightening situation. it happened at two different metro stops in our area, fox 5 alexandria hoff is live in sea pleasant this morning with details. >> reporter: good morning, if you regularly use this metro stop right here, the addison road metro station, you may have seen the man that metro transit police are looking for. in fact, take a look at your screen so you can see see the photo the police have released. three photos, actually and you can see his face pretty clearly in them. here's what we know so far from metro transit police. he's wanted for allegedly impersonating a police officer. police say this happened possibly at two different blue and
the bending and addison road the it may have happened february 17th. if you recognize that man or maybe even know him, they're asking that you either call police at 301-955-5,000 or text my mtpd. another thing we've learned is that metro transit police actually have two warrant for this man again suspected of impersonating a police officer at metro stations. so very important that if you have any information or recognize him, you contact them. annie, tom? send it back to you. >> thanks. time is 7:34. standoff situation in northeast dc overnight is over this morning. a swat team designed on an apartment building in northeast dc and surrounded the building more than five hours yesterday. police say the situation began as family disturbance and they were called there saturday to respond to at a stabbing.
the victim, who was a man is expected to be ok, but the suspect would not cooperate with police and barricaded himself inside of the apartment on east capitol street. the standoff came to an end after several hours. we don't know whether he surrendered or if officers had to go inside >> we don't see the police on this block. we knew it was serious. unclear this morning if the suspect had a weapon at the time of his arrest. but some other residents in the area said that they were kept away from going inside their homes while this standoff situation continued. >> scary. time is 7:35. next on fox 5 news morning, it's a big oops. >> columbia university sent out hundreds of letters to hopeful applicants telling them to get in. but wait, there was a mistake about
welcome back to fox 5 local news morning. it is 7:38 columbia university is under fire for accidently sending acceptance letters to 277 students who applied then tried to cancel them. this is a tough one. the university sent these e-mails out and within an hour, students were then told it was a big mistake. the school did apologize right away for the miscommunication and said it is working on strengthening it's procedures and columbia isn't the first school to have a major mistake like this. back in 2015, carney ge missustainly informed students that they were accepted >> my mom we didn't to columbia. the fact that you had one moment where you thought i made it. i'm in. then some of that he is people probably going to get in still, but a lot will h
>> as soon as we get something happy news, we jump on social media, and we say i got in, i got it. then minutes later i think it was like an hour later, just kidding >> the only letters i used to get were from seminaries asking if i'd be a priest. >> a new ap telling people how to find love. a little bit different >> fox news is telling us how. >> reporter: here is the dating ap that matches people based thing they hate. >> reporter: in an increasingly crowded dating market. hater is trying to stand out >> sort of make online dating fun again. >> reporter: it learns about its users by presenting them with a sees of topics. after swiping in one of four directions, for like, dislike, love or hate, the ap then matches you with people who express similar preferences >> this is he
of like the same things especially in our dating personas, the beach, movies, but we feel passionately about the things we hate >> relationship expert said it may not be the path to ever lasting love >> allow people to connect in a funny way, absolutely. but real love is dependant and values and shared likes and positivity. >> reporter: but the response was overwhelmingly positive. >> you don't like this or that, we all don't like it >> maybe you can group hateful people together. some negative people tend to attract other >> i would totally want to be with someone that hates the same >> something you hate, that's a conversation starter. >> reporter: people are forthcoming with their own dislikes. >> i hate jello >> slow walkers >> romance movies >> i like affection, but not holding hands >> elevator music >> i hate the snow and cold and i think a lot of people can bond over that at this point of the
matches today. >> reporter: fox 5 news i was a little skeptical, now that i see it i'm thinking this could work >> who hates jello? nobody hates jello >> i hate jello. i hate yogurt. >> i think people are more honest about the things they won't like or hate thanker about things they like when you're trying to date somebody. you try to play up the positive. >> i like it. i'm liking this. dramatic car crash in china >> surveillance video captured. you can see right there, crashing into the pair as it reverses taking them along as it
plunges down. the woman was seen scrambling to get herself out of there along with the child. thankfully, as horrible as this looks, the woman and the child were not seriously hurt, which is a blessing. that is incredible. >> that is a close call. my goodness. time now is 7:43. we have lots to go coming up. including fans of the show golden girls having a place together >> there's a new cafe that's dedicated to the popular tv show. just opened up in new york, we'll have the details ahead. our own golden girl caitlin >> i'm a golden girl because i have the gordon forecast for you today. >> it feels like mid april. as we see 70's hit sfefrpt and today is not the only one in the seven-day forecast. wait till you see that coming up next when fox 5 news at 5:00 returns after this. growth
tend to sound like a stalker. >> reporter: he met her at an annual fund-raiser 18 years ago. ♪ ♪. >> reporter: for those without a television the show airs somewhere in the world 24 hours every day of the year, mcclanahan who died in 2010 played blanch on the golden girls. >> shut up, babbling bubble headed bleach blond >> baboon >> baboon >> you identified me as her best friend and put me in charge. >> reporter: she left michael in charge of many of her many possessions >> she collected an techniques, costumes, jewelry, husband >> while inventory got stashed, michael realized he needed to share it with fans. >> a bunch of sassy older women who did whatever they wanted >> it was like a dream come true >> this was way more decorated than i was expecting. >>reporter: she
neighborhood 16 years and saw much of mcclanahan/branch's collection. she buildings the decision to open the cafe here of please her. >> she thought it was an authentic new york neighborhood. >> reporter: illuminated sparkly golden floor mcclanahan's go ahead end emmy stands on a pedestal for all to see. michael commit could completely to the theme with a warehouse in queens, more of miss mic clanahan's collection, he plans to show more far less frequently than the show to chit belongs >> if i wrote the every corner the costumes and personal property i have enough to go about 80, hundred years. >> it's like stepping into a world. >> reporter: in washington heights, matt king fox 5 news >> they do that everyco
years. didn't 7-eleven become the quick quicky mart? >> that's like a colt classic. >> i know. >> all day. >> i love l ucy weekends >> and thanks to on demand and netflix, you can watch whatever. normally this is like your bin. watching time of year. it's like netflix and you're home. but now,. >> you got to get outside today again. >> yes. >> it's true. i mean, temperatures this warm any time, it's great to be outside. we're getting a bonus spring season, winter not showing up, because spring fever is here to stay at least through the seven-day fo
this morning, we're only in the 50's. so in contrast to yesterday, it was gorgeous. very warm afternoon, we started off kind of chilly. not the case today. 56 in washington. it's only 60 in annapolis, 57 in westminster and 55 in frederick. these are above normal high temperatures and these are our low for the day. big difference from yesterday, if you're about to go out and walk the dog, you might see wet pavement but you don't need the winter coat as we are 20 to 25 to close to 30 degrees warmer than where we were at this time yesterday in some spots. satellite and radar, a lot of cloud cover out there. as we did have overovercast skies, drizzle, light rain showers, which have now pushed east moving across anne arundel county through the bay and now on to the eastern shore into sections of delaware. any drizzle should come to an end quickly. cloud cover thick but we're starting to see it lessen and it will continue to do so through the afternoon. fox futurecast, here we are at 8:00 a.m.
hour, those clouds start to erode and we got full-on sunshine, it will turn into a gorgeous, gorgeous day. tomorrow morning still a lot of sunshine, back to the cold front comes through, tomorrow, monday, president's day, it will be a little cooler and really depending on where you live, kind of wide range of temperatures. president's day forecast it is still mild. temperatures are still above normal. this will be cool for us this week as we're only in the 50's and low 60's. into northern maryland, i don't think get out of the mid 50's. it should be a beautiful president's day around the district. >> here's your forecast. sunshine or at least becoming sunny. it's a little cloudy now, no fear, we'll get the sun as we get into the afternoon hours, becoming a bit breezy too, winds out of the west northwest. the record is 74 but we're getting close, sunshine 62 for president's day, back to work and school tuesday, cooler with a high of 55 and clouds, light
wednesday and we warm things back on up. look at that, 68 on wednesday, 77 on thursday. back into the 70's again on friday. so it's a very warm week. and even into next weekend, 65. now, i think after saturday, we'll start to see some more colder air come through. return to winter probably the second half of the weekend next week. but for now enjoy the seven-day forecast. it's fantastic. guys back to you. >> thank you so much. time now is 7:52. make way for the sports illustrated swim suit. the beautiful ladies promoting the brand new edition of the magazine, which is on stands right now, we're going to hear from some of the models coming up after the break. z29kvz zstz
welcome back, time 7:55. the much anticipated sports illustrated magazine on stands now. >> we talk about the fact that a beef video of beautiful women are gracing the pages, fox said michelle talks with some of the models including in the magazine. beef did he have >> they walked the red carpet in new york thursday night to promote the magazine's annual swim suit edition. professional tennis player is one of the featured athletes. >> they include athletes, there's five
players, two gymnists. we can also be alongside the models in the swim suit issue. >> now to have it for a third time is is an incredible feeling. it's critical to be part of a magazine that that's redefining the industry with women who are feel confident and empowered every shape, size or age. >> 63-year-old christie brinkley is in the magazine for the 9th time. this year posing with her daughters. >> at a certain point i kind of figure they might end up there. pretty amazing. >> it's not like there was an expiration date on my career. and as such, i'm myself. so if you see a woman at 63 like grace the pages in most beautiful and powerful way of
there, it's incredible feral >> my goodness. >> she looks better than ever, that woman has taken such amazing care herself. >> models say the this is different from typical fashion magazines. >> different weights, shapes, different heights, just about rocking what you got and that's what beauty is about >> i know that my body is not perfect. i have insecurities like everyone else. >> it's about redefining what you look at as perfect and loving yourself for what you are. >> reporter: michelle palino fox news >> if that's what 63 looks like, christie brinkley, cheers to you, >> she's been doing a lot of press lately. seen her in different shows. she looks amazing. >> it's stunning. >> speech
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from the thermometer. >> no. >> it's amazing out >> feels like a mild summer morning out there right now. we've had a few this winter. and we have got a few on tap for you as well yesterday turned out to be gorgeous with a high temperature of 68 and guess what? right now it's only 60. at reagan national. 57 at dulles, 57 at bmi, whole area starting off warm and we're only going to rise from there. in contrast to yesterday morning, when annie and i were on. it was a cold start with temperatures in the 20's and 30's. warm air settled in and it is 54 in winchester, 63 in frederick. 57 baltimore, 54 stevensville, how lucky are we? i can't remember or have ever heard of a president's day in this area that is re that's been this nice. we got a couple of sprinkles showing up on storm tracker radar across the bay. any overnight showers have co
way to sunshine, the set up for your sunday, morning clouds, yes, but giving way to sun and 70 degrees. honestly? it's not a bad day to be at the beach. if you're think about it, do it. because you'll probably be one of the few there, nice and quiet in all of our beach towns and they will be around 70. wherever you go very warm with plenty of sunshine later on today. 70's in the high temperature and more 70's in that seven-day forecast. a lot of 7's coming up about 8:20. annie and tom? . right now, here at 8:02, arlington county police are investigating a deadly shooting it happened this morning in the 6300 block of 29 street north in article virginia. a plan was shot and killed after some sort of dispute broke out at a party. no word yet on whether any arrests have been made at this hour. other news, the search is on in the dmv for a man who impersonate d
>> it's a frightening situation. it happened at two different metro stations, alexandria hoff is live in sea pleasant with more details. good morning, alex. >> reporter: they just need the public's help identifying this suspect. so they need the public's health identifying this suspect. they released photos of him. take a look. the photos are, in fact, kind of clear and you can pretty much see his face straight on. now, what metro transit please have told us is that they believe he has impersonated a police officer at least two different metro stations along the blue and silver line. benning road and also addison road station and this happened february 17. that's the information they've given us so far. so they're asking people if you regularly use these metro stops and you saw something suspicious or
know him that you give them a call. the number 301-955-5,000 or text my mptd. police actually have two warrants in this case, so seems like there's a lot more of back information that police aren't releasing at this time. but heads up and be aware if you're a metro commuter and notice anything suspicious. annie? tom? >> thank you, alex. a standoff situation is over. a swat team surrounded an apartment building in northeast dc and surrounded it more than five hours yesterday. the situation began as a family disturbance then were called there saturday to respond to a stabbing. the victim, who is man, is expected to be ok but the suspect would not cooperate with police and barricaded himself inside an apartment on east capitol street for hours. the standoff came to an end
later. police are not saying if the suspect surrendered or if officers had to go inside that apartment. >> any time you got the swat team, it's very serious. and that's something we don't see on this block. we don't see the police. we knew -- knew it was serious. it's unclear if the suspect had a weapon at the time of his arrest, but some homeowners were told to stay away while the standoff was going on. a 2-year-old was hit by a car in takoma park yesterday afternoon. it happened in a parking lot on roanoke avenue. boy was taken to a hospital and police say the driver did stay on scene. no word on whether any charges will be filed. president trump is spending the weekend at his palm beach florida home. yesterday, he held a campaign style rally in nearby melbourne, thousands of supporters turned out to hear the president speak there. >> despite the
surrounding this administration, the president insisted the white house is running smoothly and laid out plans on what he wants to do next. fox's steve harrigan has more. >> reporter: it was an event that the white house filled as his first reelection rally. president trump is greeted by a cheering crowd at a rally in florida >> i hear your demands, your voices and i promise you i will deliver. i promise that. >> reporter: the commander in chief's remarks focused on trade, immigration and fighting isis, with mr. trump once again attacking the media. accusing the press of spreading lies and fake news >> when the media lies to people, i will never, ever let them get away with it. >> reporter: the president spontaneously brought a supporter on stage-turning over microphone to him. >> meanwhile, across the
is meeting with world leaders during his first foreign trip. he addressed the annual munich security conference. >> i bring you this assurance, the united states of america strongly supports nato and will be unwaivering in our commitment to this trans-atlantic alliance. >> reporter: it includes the fight against isis, holding russia accountable for ukraine and immigration with home lane security secretary john kelly discussing the future of president trump's travel ban. >> we're contemplating -- the president is contemplating releasing a tighter more streamlined version of the first do >> he's expected to sign a new executive order on immigration as early as next week. the president said he also plans to announce a new national security advisor in the coming days. in
harrigan, fox news. there's a new poll showing americans getting tired of the finger pointerring and rhetoric coming from both ends of pennsylvania avenue. the poll provided exclusively to hill shows most americans want the political bickering to stop and for democrats and president trump to work together to solve the country's problems. 73 percent percent of those polled say they want democrats to end their resistance and work with the trump administration while 62% say they want the president to compromise on his agenda and start to work with democrats. of course, for all your political coverage, i want you to remind you to keep it here. on fox 5 on the hill coming up at 8:30, dc's only live daily evening political talk can can be found right here at 5at630 every week night at 6:30 p.m. time now is 8:08. vice prede
taking office >> in munich at the security conference right now. while president trump is suggested during the campaign last year that he might scale back the u.s. commitment to nato, the vice president delivered a different message to calm european allies. we'll hear more now. >> reporter: vice president pence is attending the annual munich security conference in germany this weekend. u.s. delegates is aiming to ease concern to the north atlantic treaty organization. >> i bringing this assurance. the united states of america strongly supports nato and will be unwaivering in our commitment to this trans-atlantic alliance. >> reporter: leaders been on edge after president trump's call for allies to pay their fair share. currently only five of 28 nato nations spend
amount on defense >> the promise has gone unfulfilled for too many too long and it i roads the foundation of our alliance. >> reporter: vice president pence met with the president of ukraine today, the eastern european nation has been a center of russian aggression in the west >> we must hold russia accountable, and demand they honor the agreements beginning by the escalating violence in eastern ukraine. >> we don't want provoke conflict. we want to prevent it and preserve the peace. therefore, our aim is not to isolate ourselves. we don't want a new cold war or arms race >> president trump has yet to take a hard stance on russia but russia has been testing the new administration by sailing its spy ship close to the east coast of the u.s. in london, katie logan fox news. the man convicted of plotting terror attacks in new york city ten years before the
911 attack has died in a federal prison. omar abdelwas known as the blind shake and 78. he was blind since birth due to diabetes. during his lifetime sentence he became a symbol tore radicals. he was responsible for the 1993 world trade center bombing attack that left more than six people dead and more than 1,000 injured. osama bin laden was one of those who credited him for the inspiration for the 911 attacks which destroyed the world strayed center. iraq launched an option to reclaim the western half of the city of mosul. this comes after the country's prime minister announced plans to reclaim the rest of the city. the u.s. has sent troops to assist iraqi soldiers in that effort. troops began setting is up a base outside where iraqi police and special forces are also based. iraqi forces reclaimed the eastern side of that city just last
time is 8:17. a live look across the dc region. mild spring-like sunday. it's going to get better from here. hopefully you'll get out and enjoy. lots of you were out there on the streets. many flocking to the national zoo because it is the last weekend that the giant panda boa boa will be here in town. boa boa is heading to china next week on tuesday. she's going to board the fedex panda express. and fly about 16 hours to china where she will live out the rest of her life at a panda reserve. she gets to enjoy warm weather first. >> look at those slow motions summer salts. they remind me of the movie kung fu
>> you can't take your eyes off of them >> they're so adorable looks like big teddy bears >> we think they're warm and fuzzy but they're still giant pandas >> stay away from them. >> i know. >> if you're going to zoo you will be battling the crowd to say good-bye to boa boa but you won't be battling the weather. cloudy right now, we are going to go see sunshine and totally warm again, yesterday was fantastic. everyone was out at least seemed to me. we got spring fever in full force, we're not even like a month away from spring official. beginning. it's march 20th. we got 70s in the seven-day forecast including today. everyone cashing in on this fantastic holiday weekend. probation department weekend mid february, and we should hit 70. remarkable. it's already 50 in washington and 58 in annapolis. compared to yesterday
out cold 20's and 30's, much milder as warmer air settled in on the order of 15 to 20 to 25 degrees warmer than where we were at this time yesterday. frederick is 32, 24-hour temperature change, a test meant to how warm this air mass isn't place. we had moisture move through. turns overcast. light rain out there have not you might have wet pavement as you go out to walk the dog and you got thinking cloud cover but we're seeing those showers and that drizzle come to an end. move out of anne arundel county earlier. we saw showers crossing the bay and just clouds, but they will recede by the morning and by afternoon we're sunny. fox futurecast clouds in place, by noon you see that clearing line dc points west it's a beautiful bright is that you day, warming up. by 4:00 p.m. everyone, sunday into monday will be cooler but president's day looks sunny. yesterday, i expected the sun to stay out longer but it doesn't, it's still february, setsef
6:00 p.m. the same thing today. president's day forecast mild weather but with back door cold front slipping through expect high temperatures to be about ten degrees cooler, we'll call for 50's low 60's, still fantastic for day three of our holiday weekend. a little bit cooler. 70 we should hit washington, low 60's northern maryland to low 70's southwest of town around charlottesville 64 in annapolis and 66 in leonardtown. low temperatures will be a little bit cooler with back door cold front coming through. so 30's, 37 in hagerstown to 40, 43 gaithersburg, 46 in washington overnight, feel that heat kickback on as we fall back into rephrase. seven-day forecast, we might cool things off a bit there on tuesday, 55 with showers through wednesday and then we warm right back up. this is remarkable. 70 degrees again on thursday, 73 on friday. still mild into next week. enjoy this one. that's your seven-day forecast. annie? send it back to you. >> thanks
fan officer hit tv show the golden girls, there's a place to you to visit, a new cafe filled with memorabilia from the show. the cafe just opened in the washington heights neighborhood by a long time friend of mcclanahan, who played blanch. there's a tv there, costumes, and that plays the show 24/7 and shot show hit the air waves in the 80's feature four best friends funny classic i love it. >> a lot of people are rediscovering those old shows, because of reruns and because of, you know, online streaming and stuff like that. you know, so full house is back. >> i love full house >> there's a whole >> family matters >> it's crazy crazy. 8:22. next this is a major mistake from the ivy leading school >> columbia university sending out hundreds of letters telling them to students telling them they got
accidently semmed sending acceptance letters. within an hour, students were told it was a big mistake, school since apologized for the miscommunication and said it is working on strengthening its procedures and columbia in the first to have a major mistake. in 2015, carnegie melon mistakenly informed 800 students they were accepted. i read a little deeper. sound like the 277 e-mails were for the masters program. and so not to say it's -- it's terrible all around, this doesn't make it better but i believe it would have a greater impact had it been high school students >> absolutely. >> you know what i mean? >> at that age, >> they're a little >> slightly off kilter. i want to show you a dramatic car crash in china captured on
surveillance, a mother and child were knocked over a barrier while a driver lost control while in reverse. it shows the jeep crashing into the pair as it reverses taking them along as it plunges down what appears to be a parking lot. the woman is scrambling to get herself and the child out of the way. thankfully, the child was not seriously hurt. >> mom was a quick they didn't knower. my gosh. time is 8:27. that does it for us here. >> fox 5 news on the hill coming up after the break. we'll see you in a few. w. z29kuz zstz
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♪ ♪ good morning. sunday february 19th, i'm ronica cleary >> tom fitzgerald. thank you so much for joining fox 5 news on the hill. taking up the third chair this morning, our good friend israel or tega. he lives here to help us break down all that happened this week, if that isn't intimidating enough. a lot going on in the first hundred days. which we're going to try to dissect over the next couple minutes >> for those of us in the press, who thought we might have a bit of a break and a
the end of 2016 and start of 2017, president trump is hitting the campaign trail. on saturday he hosted a make america great again rally. the trump rally epitomizes his understanding of his supporters and gives him an opportunity to speak directly to those who believe in in message without the filter of the media, which we've heard him talk about quite a bit. let's take a listen to this. >> i also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news. the dishonest media, which has published one false story after another with no sources, even though they pretend they have them. they make them up in many cases. they just don't want to report the truth and they've been calling us wrong now for
they're starting to get it. i can tell you. they've become a big part of the problem. >> he went a little further than saying that the media was part of the problem this week, saying that the media was actually the enemy of america. israel, what do you make of that? is this strategy on donald trump's part in his presidency that he has to have enemies at the elbow at all times or do you believe he believes this >> i think he just hasn't found the ability to pivot away from campaigning, that's what we're seeing now. you saw that in the campaign when he was what you're describing an enemy, so i think for me, what's concerning is that, he's starting to set the standard of what acceptable media is and what is not acceptable media. i'm an immigrant to this right now. i see
where i've seen how other leaders sort of, sty fill prepress. that's the most concerning. . >> when i watch this unfold, the language is obviously different but i do have to step back. i don't think it's different for a politician to talk about hating the press, disliking the press, it's the naming on the press, and it's also the, i think it's the lack of maybe identifying specific examples. he points to a "new york times" piece about his relationship with womens that's one he felt was unfair and dishonest, but the politicians hating us that's not new >> i'll agree with you on the point that it is not unusual for presidents not like their press. that's as old as the hills. what this president is doing is remarkably different. no other president named the media as an enemy of america. for a president who sits
unnamed sources, i might remind us to look back on donald trump's own twitter feed when he was railing about barack obama's birth certificate and trump himself was naming that he had unname sources claiming that barack obama's birth certificate was a fake. >> he holds himself to different standards. >> the media right now is little marco. the media right now is crooked hillary, it is lying ted. we are now fake media. we have become one of these characters, one of these punching bags in this campaign that president trump has effectively rode all the way to the white house. why wouldn't he continue to do that? >> they love it. the base loves this, and the more, the media is attack, the more they eat it up. we hope he would pivot >> does it make a
the american people preview him and his presidency, he's not doing this for fun, he's doing it because he thinks it speaks to his base >> he had not great week. we saw michael flynn. >> that's not what he said. he said he had a great week. >> i think he decided to do it himself, you know, and he was the one who was taking up questions and fielding questions and answers. that was not an accident. strategic on his part >> let's talk about the travel ban, they're going to be rewriting their immigration order. some reports say the new plan would include the hiring of thousands of additional law enforcement agencies. expanding the pool of immigrants as well as speed up the deportation hearings. the president was asked about the roll-out of the current immigration plan. >>
accept that was a good example of the smooth running of government >> i do >> were there any mistakes in that >> wait i know who you are. wait. let me tell you about the travel ban. we had smooth roll-out but got a bad court, decision, a court that's been overturned i think it's 80% of the time. a lot. we had a bad decision, we're going to keep going with the decision and put in a new executive order next week some time. but we had a bad decision. that's the only thing wrong with the travel ban. >> if that's the only thing wrong why is he rewriting a new one that doesn't include people with green cards? people -- they're creating a new ban that would address the issues that came out of the first ban. would you agree with that? >> absolutely. as you just said. it has the travel temporary travel suspension en
there would be no need to create a new one. i do think that what i'm see, as a country, there is support. maybe a small support for the ban like a majority support of the ban. i think it's important to remember that. particularly for a lot of folks who saw something and campaigning against -- against terrorism and the lack thereof in the previous administration, there's something there, i think this is why president trump was pursuing this the way he is >> look at what's going on with administration with regards to the question of immigration and this travel order, this white house seems to be fighting a war on two fronts. the war on southern border immigration and you look across the ocean to what they've done with the seven mostly muslim majority countries. are there points of agreement on both of these subjects, which this white house could build on in a positive way that they might be able to get traction on this? because there are
that people agree on. they don't want terrorists in the country. everybody agrees. they don't want legal immigrants flooding into the united states. there has to be a process of exceptions. can they build on which was not what we saw previous to this >> even secretary clinton on her campaign trail last career talked about vetting, you know, folks who are coming to this country who could pose a risk. i think the roll-out was not smooth. i think president trump had done a better job of preparing the american people about what he was going to do i think he would put himself in a better place, on immigration, the majority of these people are for legal immigration, they're against illegal immigration. there's base to work with there. >> how do they build on it >> you got -- i think part of that is -- if, it's improving the way the avenues people come here legally. broad support for that. i think the question is are
republicans? capping the number for people who legally. it's too low. >> the controversy is coming from the focus on the temporary ban, the more controversial aspects of the plan. in a new and separate executive order he's talking about, implementing, part of it would be to speed up deportation proceedings. i did stories at fox 5 in the fact that in arlington immigration court we have people waiting for deportation hearings till 2024. if you're sitting here waiting for a hearing to find out your status, you shouldn't be sitting here eight years. those are not the thing that are making the headlines. your point that the fact that there is a small majority of people, part of his victory want to see some changes in the way we handle the whole process of immigrations. >> i agree with you. i believe this is why a part of the, what got lost in the executive order is that there is more
offices that are overburdened, as you pointed out. again, that's not making the headlines because the roll-out was not great. the roll-out was not smooth and i think for donald trump for him to continue saying that is misleading. >> let's talk about affordable healthcare act. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are starting to get tough questions, president trump insisted without revealing details that a replacement is on the way. take a listen. >> it's time for the senate democrats to take responsibility for obamacare and to work with us to replace it with new reforms that reverse this nationwide healthcare tragedy. it's a tragedy. you look at some states, arizona, up 116%. and you deductibles have gone so high, that you can never use it. obamacare doesn't work. it's become
unaffordable. >> so the question here though is that if the republican party has been railing against obamacare since 2009, why are we now only starting to come up with the process of replacement? because repeal and replace has been on the table for a long, long time. way before donald trump even thought about getting into the presidential race. so why are we sitting here now and was that all a -- was that all a bluff? was there no plan to begin with the whole time? >> i think realizing legislation is lot more do than campaigning. that there's not couldn't be sensus among moderate republicans and the more conservatives that want to repeal right away. >> what do you make of this blow-back that's been going on at some town hall
what i saw in 2009 where people were showing up at the democratic town halls and saying don't make this healthcare plan. now, people are showing up at the republican town halls saying leave it alone. they're saying they're paid protesters. >> one of the points i want to talks about the idea that he was calling it this unaffordable plan. the parts of the plan that are so expensive are two parts. he's calling this a failure but two parts that he wants to keep the preexisting conditions and staying on your parents' plan till your mid 20's. i'm very curious to see what he presents and how there is a suggestion this could be more affordable. because the things that people want cost money. this is why we haven't seen a plan from the republicans that make sense, no one wants to be the republican that turns around and says you know what? we're going to go back to the way it was with preexisting, you can't have health insurance if you're born with a conditio
sorry. nobody wants to pay for it >> one important thing that -- any republican -- under republican leadership i want to make sure i get some democrat support because otherwise you as you want out, if this doesn't turn out well, it will be on the republicans >> the president warned republicans about that to begin with, go slow on this, because of the fact that -- you know, there's this problem of this person that's out there saying he wants healthcare for everybody. and that person happens to be the president of the united states right now. >> republican by the way >> there seems to be an inconsistency on what exactly it is we're going to do? are we going to tweak obamacare? will we throw it out baby in bath water and replace it with a completely new system, barack obama talked about covering 22 million americans when he rolled it out in '79. if you're talking about everybody in the country, that's a whole the other >> there's attack reform promise, he
with them. he's got to follow through on immigration promises for his base but republicans that were willing to get in line behind him, you know, starting in line with speaker paul ryan, if he doesn't make this promise, the next election is going to be fascinating because i don't see those republicans to can't to stand behind someone they're torn about standing behind anyway yi think the whole michael flynn thing and some of the turmoil that happened this week is insignificant to the base. what is going to be is what you point out. if obamacare is not repealed, if some of these promises on tax reform, that's when the base will get upset and poll number could say bottom out for him >> but they're fake polls >> if you don't like what the poll says from this white house. quick before we let you go. we talked about immigration here. we talked about healthcare. which one really day in day out probably makes more
welcome back. an area wedding sing received backlash after receiving at the trump international hotel. his band was booked long before president trump became president >> he's concerned about the aftermath of performing at one of president trump's venues. >> the trees of green, red roses too. i see them bloom for me
and i think to myself what a wonderful world. >> there you heard aaron broadus a wedding singer booked to perform at one of the first weddings at the trump international hotel a few months ago. he posted pictures on social media after the gig. that's when the backlash started. he's getting comments from colleagues, friends, complete strangers. asking him how he could perform at the trump hotel. >> my first reaction to that was we were there for the client. we weren't there for donald trump. so that's a separation in and of itself. and also one of the things that i say to my family and friends is when you take yourself out of the game and remove yourself from the process you can't influence or make changes. >> very well said. despite the concerns about performing, the wedding singer said that business is business. he worries he
turn down gigs, maybe in this current political climate he's ready to keep it going >> people got to get over there. there's a hotel and it's just a guy singing songs. it's not any kind of endorsement >> lot of love on your wedding day >> there's a lot of other stuff to focus on than this guy singing a song. stories about selling out of trump wine. now, area wine shops including the wine cabinet in reston said the trump brand seem to be flying off quicker than they can restock it. co owners speculate supporters of buying the wine because of president trump's election because others say maybe they're buying the wine as a joke to give to somebody who did not vote for the president. the wine cabinet sells six options of the trump winery in charlottesville virginia. we had donald trump here on fox 5 the day he took over the
probably a lot of people aren't aware of, but that winery down in charlesville is one of the ones that really put virginia on the map long before donald trump ever kind of had an business interest in it. it's been around for quit a long time. predates donald trump owning it. >> they're probably very happy no matter what your reason for buying it. from wine to beer. having fun on the hill. find out about a brewery whose mission is for a good cause.
welcome back, we have a guest here today. and some -- that's jordan chairman and founder of dog tag brewing foundation. a veteran, you created this beer, you wanted to honor fallen service member, every can has something very special and you do something very special with the profits and proceeds. tell me about this and why we're talking about it >> thanks for having us. and we're charitable foundation, we're a 501 c3, and i served ten years in the marine corp. unfortunately had lost a lot great friends and others. the point was we wanted a help remind our fellow memberships about who these great americans were and the projects that each one these families work on. so what we do is we're really a grant making organization provides free consulting and advisory services to those charities that each family celebrities. every
dedicated to different fallen warrior has a dog tag with the appropriate information about the individual's what we wanted a is compel the consumer to raise a toast every single time. say their name out loud. find out about the individual and find out about what the family is doing in the community to help tell their story >> let's show one. the dog tag on the back, this is sergeant jeremy mcquery u.s. marine corp, 1983 to 2010. you actually see exactly who that's dedicated to. that's amazing tribute. when we looked at the previous generations of veterans, world war ii is the greatest, we're seeing them branching out. as a generation of veterans, do you look at yourselves like that right now? you all seem to have
this can do attitude but these ability to kind of plug in to what's going on in this country both socially, business-wise and otherwise, is there a different to the american veteran today maybe than existed in past wars? >> i think we're falling in their footprints, that generation defined this country. it's our part and that's largely why, if you look at myself, plus nine others, we're all veterans from these two most recent wars in iraq and afghanistan. it's our opportunity to make our mark in a different way. we live in a different age, age of social media. the point we wanted a make is we are civic asset, veterans, our leadership skills translate very well when we get back to the civilian world. what we're trying to do is use this product to be fund-raising awareness arm for the projects that each of these families are doing across the country >> i love what you said about ev
fallen service members of every can has a different name on it. and tell me what you you do for these gold star families? maybe you have some families here in maryland in our viewing audience. tell us a little bit about that connection to home >> we're 100% receive mode. each one of these families approach us. unfortunately, the worse thing happened to them in their lives. but after working with so many families, each one has one goal, which is to make sure that people will never forget who their loved one was. and then two, a lot of them are on a mission or quest to do something positive in their name, and we're they're to support them. we're a grant making organization. we provide, you know, the cash that is necessary, the seed money for the work they're trying to do. what i'm really proud about is what our team provide the free consulting and advisory service. we can do anything from filing their paperwork at the state
level. >> it is called dog tag brewery. it goes to a good cause, thank you so much for joining us this sunday. we thank you for joining us on fox 5 news on the hill. fox 5 news sunday with chris wallace coming up next. z29kvz zstz y29kvy ysty did you know 90% of couples disagree on mattress firmness? enter sleep number... she likes the bed soft. he's more hardcore. you can both adjust the bed for the best sleep of your life. save 50% on the ultimate limited edition bed, plus 24-month financing. go to sleepnumber.com for a store near you.
>> chris: i'm chris wallace. if donald trump campaigns to rally his supporters to one month his presidency. ♪ ♪ >> i am here because i want to be among my friends and among the people. >> chris: after lashing out at his critics -- >> with the leaks are absolutely real. at the news is big because so much of the news is fake. >> chris: and combining with russia to win the election. >> i have no bones in russia. do not have any deals in russia. >> chris: the president defends the start of his administration. >> chaos, zero chaos.