>> president donald trump holds a red-hot news conference, and leakers of classified information. nicole: the president works to fill out, naming a new labor secretary while his choice to succeed michael flynn as national security advisor turns him down, senate democrats hold an all-night session taking aim at his choice to head the environmental protection agency. >> the dow gaining 7 points as
the other markets go up. let's look at futures, down arrows across the board. >> theikkei down 1/2% as investors way the arrest of bribery charges in china, the shanghai composite down 3 quarters of 1%. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg publishes a manifesto to save the world. >> verizon offers an unlimited data plan, the smartphone data war. the arrest made a, quote, horrible bad call, handed a winter the chicago bulls. the quarterback continuing to wear a gel jumpsuit after a brawl in pittsburgh. it is 5:01 on february 17th,
welcome to fbn a and. a setback for president trump as he continues to work on filling out his cabinet. his choice for national security advisor turned down the offer. he says, quote, it is purely a personal issue for him. national security advisor michael flynn was forced to resign earlier this week for misleading vice president mike pence about discussing sanctions with russia's ambassador. president trump nominating alexander acosta be his labor secretary after he withdrew his name from consideration. >> fox news is learned mike dutka will be passed as white house communications director replacing jason miller who stepped down before trump's inauguration. the president on the attack during a wild news conference yesterday at the white house. >> the russia stories are fake new then the media is dishonest. those with a running teams during the hour and 15 minute
news conference by president trump at the white house, the president insisting there are no mysterious connections between his administration and russia. i asked the president of you might want to reveal any information that might dissuade those who don't believe the multitude of russia storylines of fake news. >> i don't think they believe it was one of the reasons i'm here today is to tell you the whole russian thing is a ruse. by the way it would be great if we could get along with russia just so you understand. tomorrow, donald trump wants to get along with russia, this is terrible. it is not terrible. it is good. the esidt bashed many members of the media as dishonest, took direct aim at the new york times and cnn. >> the leaks are real, the news is fake because so much of the news is fake. they can make mistakes and write badly and i'm okay with that but not okay when it is fake.
i watch cnn, so much anger and hatred. >> the news conference was very contentious at times but the president at one point said he wasn't ranting and raving and he loves them. >> after the news conference mike pence flew to europe for the g 20 meeting to reassure us allies. also breaking this morning senate democrats pulling an all-night protest over scott pruett, present trump's pick to lead the environmental protection agency. >> he sued the epa again and again and again and again and again. >> scott pruett as attorney general of the state of oklahoma has not demonstrated the qualities that are going to be necessary in order to protect the environment of the company.
>> in oklahoma judge ruled pruett must hand over thousands of emails where he communicated with oil, coal and natural gas companies. the senate confirmation vote expected today at 1:00 eastern time. also breaking this morning president trump plans a new executive order and immigration to replace the travel ban. >> i will not back down from our defending our country, i got elected on defense of our country. we will be issuing a new and comprehensive order to protect our people and that will be done next week toward the beginning or middle. >> this after his travel and was suspended by a federal judge and court of appeals refused to reinstate it. many legal experts say the new executive order will focus solely on foreigners who have never entered the united states instead of green card holders. president trump will be in south carolina for the ceremonial
rollout of boeing's first 787-10 dream liner, the only one to be made exclusively in north charleston and the largest and most fuel efficient of the line. yesterday 3000 workers at the plant in south carolina overwhelmingly rejected an offer to unionize. south carolina is a right to work state, president trump will be in florida for his first post inauguration campaign rally at the orlando melbourne international airport. house republican leaders unveiling a new healthcare law outline, paul ryan last night. >> when i heard repair my head exploded. that is not the plan. the plan is repeal and replace like we said. we ran on a plan to repeal and replace it. tom price help to write that plane and he is donald trump's secretary of state. >> being scored by the cbo. >> adam schapiro in washington
with more on that battle. >> reporter: good morning. president trump is promising to propose legislation to repeal and replace obamacare in early march but republican lawmakers are promising action of their own on healthcare reform by the end of march. they met behind closed doors thursday to work out their differences. republicans who are members of the house freedom caucus are pressuring leadership to act quickly and repeal the affordable care act. but obamacare, the republicans want to move slower and preserve parts of obamacare the public likes, things like insurance coverage for people with preexisting conditions and the ability toover your children up to the age of 26 on a parent's healthcare policy. mark walker from north carolina says figuring out how to preserve taxes and once tax cuts to give in order to preserve
those benefits is causing the delay. >> i do like the fact that we are thinking of making sure everybody has an opportunity to have coverage but we want to make sure -- what does it look like long-term. >> paul ryan says healthcare reform will include access for all citizens but will avoid a single-payer option which some democrats want. >> they want to go down the socialized medicine path, government run healthcare path, what they call the public option which is basically to have no options but a government run plan. that is not something we are interested in doing. we think it will do more damage to the healthcare system in america so we believe in a patient centered system where individuals have the freedom to buy what they want and not what the government makes them by. >> reporter: republicans are looking to install secretary of health and human services secretary tom price for assistance crafting a new healthcare law but sources on capitol hill say the real work
to repeal and replace obamacare won't begin until spring. >> thank you. let's get you caught up on global market action. this is an ugly board in asia. everything is red. the shanghai composite down 0.9%, many came japan down 1/2 present, sharp earnings positive. that stock up, toshiba down 27% in the past four days leading thing in hong kong down 20%, cosby and south korea down slightly despite the samsung news with their chief being arrested and let's look at how europe is faring this morning. we see all down arrows, the london footsie down a 12:45%, the rundown 1%, the german dax down 1/2 present. like pens heading over to munich to meet with others. the broader market in the us, the s&p is on track for a fourth
week of games but we had down arrows for the s&p and nasdaq yesterday and we have down arrows this morning, s&p down 7, nasdaq down 11, dow futures down 63. gold is up two sessions in a row, gaining $15 and gaining again and taking a look at oil which is up 5 to 7 days, $53.26 a barrel. >> let's look into this more, it is stunning out of south korea where the arrest of a samsung electronics air through the case of bribery. the hearing for the vice chair of samsung and sun of the company's chairman took 7 hours. the arrest comes in connection with a corruption scandal that has led to the impeachment of the country's president. dozens of protesters opposing and supporting demonstrating outside the courthouse. samsung has the night it offered bribes to the president. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg wants a social network to take down lines of division and
become a cmuni, posted a 5800 word letter on his facebook page outlining his vision of the future of the site. he said facebook will move beyond connecting family and friends to connecting social infrastructure critical to bringing people together around the globe. facebook accused of driving people apart during the presidential election, mark zuckerberg wants to encourage people to become more informed consumers of news. >> nation's top wireless carrier to outdo unlimited data and consumer is reaping the benefits. the offer of 5 lines with unlimited data for $90 a month adding high definition video and 10 gb. and verizon unveiled its unlimited plan for $80 a month. and t-mobile improving its plan.
and directv and users tv. >> he took the mainstream media and because of classified information to task. and democrats are already planning their strategy to run against him in 2020. >> the left has to take the raw energy swirling around out there at is very organic and organize into real political action. >> >> you are watching fbn a.m. your first look at morning markets and breaking news.
>> you can say it, tgif. it is friday, president trump searching for a national security advisor. his first choice to succeed the departed michael flynn, robert harwood, has turned down the job due to family reasons. officials say he was dissuaded by his family who want him to remain close to home. the senate is expected to confirm scott pruitt as head of the epa and democrats are pulling another all-night protest against the nomination. they will continue to protest until the vote at 1:00 this afternoon.
a former judge ruled yesterday pruitt must hand over thousands of emails related to energy companies with a liberal advocacy group has been after those emails for two years. marco berg is urging 2 billion facebook users to stay connected, he published a lengthy article in which he says his mission is to build a global community despite the trend toward national -- he wants facebook to bring people together. and intraday records, the best week of the year. what happens today, it is down 6. >> in today's edition of t wall street journal, and the buzz of the street, a 15% plunge
in the catalyst future fund. and youtube star apologizing for content in one of his videos, accused the journal and other media of taking other material out of context and writing about his use of anti-semitic imagery and language. earlier this week disney and google which owns youto cut some of their ties to the internet star who makes millions of dollars from his videos, diamond shifting gears, mercedes-benz and are planning a risky shift for the smart car brand in the us, decided the struggling unit will exclusively sell electric versions of the small cars. after the current model year ends. >> it would not be a stretch to say democrats are already lining up to take on president trump directly in the 2010 midterm elections or directly into 2020
residential race. carl cameron looks at who may be in the running. >> five hours after donald trump was sworn in he 5 the pulmonary document irrigating plans to run for reelectionn 20, and 9 democrats looking at a white house run against him. >> i'm surprised the words of coretta scott king are not suitable to debate in the united states senate. >> elizabeth warning leading the trump resistance. cory booker is considered her nearest rival. and kiersten jill brandt, sherrod brown and california's kamala harris are being encouraged to run. two term new york governor andrew, and john hicken looper. rounding out the roster of water
testers, julian castro, and >> they took the right energy swirling around out there that is very organic. and organize it into political action. and the midterms maybe the first opportunity to do that. >> in the senate, democrats face a huge disadvantage, the gop has 19th for reelection and democrats have 23, twice as many senate democrats at risk than republicans who need only eight more for a filibuster from the senate majority. 7 incumbent senate democrats in red states are considered vulnerable next year, all tween 9 republicans up for reelection are considered safe. the republican senatorial committee is in the home state of federal democratic senators facing reelection next you're proposing trump's supreme court nominee this year. >> the most important constitutional duties as a us senator is to confirm justices of the united states supreme court. >> put your country ahead of
your party. >> reporter: the entire house is up for reelection committee in 21 states the national congressional committees targeting 36 incumbent democrats in blue-collar swing district republicans hope to defeat was the last 80 years more often than not the president's party have lost ground in midterm elections, democrats are just really hoping that is the case next year but it will be tough particularly in the us senate. >> thank you very much. coming up at the box office this weekend, matt damon stars in a medieval saga helping chinese soldiers fend off the zombie beasts. >> keeping the world safe. >> and sport the boston celtics says they made a horrible bad call and handed to win, and can be wearing a jail jumpsuit after a bar brawl in pittsburgh. you have that story, you're watching the first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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in hockey, 999 points in his career. he wasted time reaching the grand milestone, and the one timer to become the 86th player in nhl history and joining that 1000 point club. the overtime goal of the penguins before-3 win. in football, new york jets, jarrell rivas will turn himself in to police in the next 24 hours, police say he was involved in a fight in pittsburgh but two men argonne. be felonies and the incident occurred, and the cell phones for one of the men trying to videotape him. two men in the hospital, both sides claim the other was the
aggressor. what a night, there she was at halftime, a game with no problem, $500 gift card and made a decision as her boyfriend shows up with the dunkin' donuts coffee cup. he surprised her with a marriage proposal. it was an unforgettable night. to get a gift card. everybody feels great. >> and maybe a second owner. donald trump hold a surprise news conference and does not hold back. >> the whole russia thing, that is a ruse. by the way, it would be great if we could get along with russia. >> more from the no holds barred nudes conference, mark sucker berg offers a manifesto to save the world. we will tell you how he wants to do more to bring family and friends together.
>> breaking news, donald trump holds a red-hot news conference taking game at the mainstream media and criminal leakers of classified information. warner: the president filling out the rest of his cabinet naming a new labor secretary while his choice to succeed michael flynn turns him down and senate democrats hold an all-night session to take aim at the president's choice to head up the environmental protection agency. >> the top 1.7%.
and stock market futures, and -- >> the nikkei losing 1/2%, investors weighing the arrest of samsung's chief on bribery charges. the shanghai composite down 8%. >> mark sucker berg, a manifesto to save the world. >> verizon with an unlimited data plan, sprint and at&t with the smartphone data wars. >> the boston celtics say are horribly bad cl to the chicago boules and a jail jumpsuit after a brawl, we have that story. >> it is 5:31, february 17th, welcome to fbn a.m.. >> a setback for president trump
as he continues to work on filling his cabinet. trump's choice for national security advisor has turned down the offer. robert horwood said it is purely a personal issue. national security adviser michael flynn forced to resign earlier this week for discussing sanctions with russia's ambassador. president trump nominating alexander acosta to be his labor secretary a day after fast food executive andrew partner withdraws from consideration due to gop concerns about personal and professional issues. >> crossroads media founder mike ditka will be tasked as white house communications director replacing james miller who stepped down before the inauguration. president trump on the attack during a wild and long news conference at the white house. let's go to blake berman. >> reporter: the russia stories are fake knew that the media is dishonest, those with a running theme during the hour and 15
minute news conference by president trump at the white house thursday. the president insisting there are no nefarious connections between his administration and russia. i asked the president if he might want to reveal any information that might dissuade those who don't believe a multitude of russia storylines on fake news. >> i don't think they believe it was one of the reasons i'm here today is to tell you the whole russia thing is a ruse, it is a ruse, by the way, and it would be great if we could get along with russia just so you understand that. donald trump wants to get along with russia, this is terrible. it is good. >> reporter: the president routinely bashed many members of the media as dishonest, he took direct aim at the new york times and cnn. >> the leaks are real, the news is fake because so much of the news is fake. i am okay with that. i am not okay when it is fake.
i watch cnn, so much anger and hatred. >> reporter: the news conference was often very contentious at times, he wasn't ranting and raving and he loves it. back to you in new york. >> thank you. vice president pens is heading to europe today to reassure us allies in the region on the trump administration's foreign-policy strategy. >> breaking news, senate democrats pulling an all night protest over scott pruitt. he is president trump's pick to lead the environmental protection agency. >> he sued the epa again and again and again and again and again. >> scott pruitt as attorney general in the state of oklahoma has not demonstrated the qualities to protect the
environment. >> and oklahoma judge ruled yesterday pruitt must hand over emails in which he communicated with coal, oil and natural gas, local advocacy group has sought those emails for two years, the senate confirmation vote is expected at 1:00 pm eastern time today. >> staying in washington and breaking this morning president trump planning a new executive order on immigration to replace the travel ban. >> i will not back down from defending our country. i got elected on defense of our country, i issue a new and comprehensive order to protect our people and that will be done sometime next week. >> more executive action after the first travel ban was suspended by a federal judge and us court of appeals refused to reinstate it. the new executive order what is expected to focus solely on
foreigners who have never entered instead of green card holders. >> president trump will be on south carolina today for the ceremonial rollout of boeing's first 787-10 dream liner. the only 787 model, in north charleston. and the largest and most fuel efficient version of the 787, 3000 workers at the plant, to join the machinist union. south carolina is a right to work state. the president will be in florida tomorrow for his first post inauguration campaign rally at the melbourne airport. >> what to do about the affordable care act was house republican leaders unveiling a new healthcare law outline. president trump tweet that the did that this morning saying despite long delays by the
democrats it is finally approving doctor tom price, repeal and replacement of obamacare is moving fast. let's go to adam schapiro with more. >> president trump is promising to propose legislation to repeal and replace obamacare in early march but republican lawmakers are promising action of their own on healthcare reform by the end of march. they met behind closed doors thursday to work out their differences was republicans who are members of the house freedom caucus are pressuring leadership to act quickly and repeal the affordable care act, or is it is better known, obamacare. other republicans want to move slower and preserve parts of obamacare the public likes, things like insurance coverage for people with preexisting conditions and the ability to cover your children up to the age of 26 on a parent as healthcare policy. mike walker from northarolina says figuring out how to
preserve taxes and want tax cuts to give in order to preserve those benefits is causing the delay. >> we are thinking of making sure everybody has an opportunity, but the pay for it cost is long-term. >> reporter: paul ryan's as healthcare reform will improve access for all citizens but will avoid a single-payer option which some democrats want. >> they want to go down the democrat run healthcare plan, the public option. which is to have no options but a government run plan. that is not something we are interested in doing. we think it will do more damage to the healthcare system in america and we believe in a patient centered system where individuals had the freedom to buy what they want and not what the government makes them by. >> reporter: republicans are looking to newly installed secretary of health and human services tom price for system crafting a new healthcare law
but sources on capitol hill say the real work to repeal and replace obamacare won't begin until the spring. >> washington state's highest court, the same-sex wedding broke. and the dissemination laws. the laws prohibit businesses from denying services to gay couples they provide to others. and exercising the first amendment rights since same-sex marriage goes against her christian belief. >> doctors in florida has won the right to discuss gun safety with a patients, federal appeals court restricting a doctor's ability to discuss firearms with tients the course of doctors could not befriend with losing their license if they ask patients if they owned guns and discussing gun safety.
that would violate the doctor's free speech. the law that was overturned was supported by the gun lobby. >> let's look at global market action. all down arrows, shanghai composite index down 3 quarters of 1%, nikkei down 1/2%. correia's cosby also to the downside and the rest of sam's chief on bribery charges, good news from singapore's gdp. >> the down arrow theme continues, the ftse in london down four points, the cac in paris down 48, the dax in germany down 55. >> the buyback of $3 billion in the winner today. dow futures down 56. s&p futures down 6, nasdaq down 9 and a winning week on wall street. >> fear is coming back, the victim index climbed a bit. we look at commodities, oil trading at 5321, gold up 8% this
year, $12.43 an ounce. >> out of south korea, has approved the arrest of the samsung electronic air who was accused of bribery. the vice chairman of samsung and lower than 7 hours. the arrest warrant in connection with the corruption scandal that has shaken south korea, led to the impeachment of the country's president. thousands of protesters opposing and supposedly demonstrating outside the courthouse. samsung has united offered bribes to the president. >> the top wireless carriers trying to outdo one another when it comes to unlimited data and consumers raising the benefit, sweetening the previous offer of 5 lines with unlimited data for $90 a month, adding high-definition video, and mobile hotspot da to that offer. verizon unveiled its data plan, $80 a month or 180 for four lines and i have seen other
carriers, t-mobile improving its plan, at&t will offer a limited data to customers without requiring them to have their direct tv or television service. >> more from president trump's wild news conference with the mainstream media and leakers of classified information. the new head of the sec talked about the merger plan on at&t and time warner.
>> good morning and congratulations, you made it to the weekend. let's get you caught up, president trump's national security advisor, his first choice has departed, michael flynn, robert harwood turned down the job due to family reasons, sources say officials say his family what him to remain close to home. pictures from the senate floor, the senate is expected to confirm scott pruitt as head of the epa, democrats plan an all-night protest against the nomination. they will continue to protest
until the vote at 1:00 eastern time. pruitt must hand over thousands of emails related to communications with energy companies. mark zuckerberg is urging to billion-dollar facebook users to stay connected and published a lengthy article. his mission is to build a global community despite the trends toward nationalism. he wants facebook to help people come together. it is a winning week, fantastic week this friday morning. nasdaq down 9. >>ne of the stocks we are watching this morning, tumbling 7.5% in extended trading, and
east africa, increase the quarterly dividend. second-quarter earnings pressured by decline and demand and shift to less processed and packaged fresh foods. and jm smucker reporting lower revenue from one year ago. the company raised prices for its packaged coffee last month. >> fcc chairman, paying close attention to the $8 billion merger plan from at&t to for time warner. they proved this deal, but meets the approval of us regulators during exclusive interview on foxbusiness, what the fcc expects from this deal. >> we want to make sure there is a competitive marketplace and any transaction presented to me, it long applied, the consummation of this deal in public interest. consumers better off and if there is any competitive harm
shown to be based on the evidence we will take the appropriate action. >> at&t is one of the largest telecom companies though time warner owns media properties including warner bros. and cnn. coming up at the box office this weekend, matt damon stars in a medieval saga helping chinese soldiers and not some be bees. keeping the world safe. >> in sports the boston celtics say there was a horrible bad call and handed that winter the chicago bulls. jarrell rivas could soon be in jail after a bar brawl in bubba bubba. you are watching fbn a.m.. [ alarm clock beeping ]
united states. met damon and chinese warriors battling man eating monsters in this film. the budget estimated at 130 to $150 million. the chinese filmmaker's first english-language movie. the great while hitting theaters across the country today. >> let's look at the latest in sports, controversy in a celtics game in chicago last night, three seconds left, the bull's-eye down one, jamie butler puts it up for the win, no good. a foul is called on marcus martin, the celtics are in disbelief but coach stephenson says no way. butler's elbow, butler drills both free-throws and the bulls go on to win it 104-103. and hockey sidney crosby skating and with 999 points in his career and he wasted little time hitting that milestone. crosby battles for a loose puck
and says so. the one timer to become the 86 player in nhl history and 1000 point club, crosby explore the overtime goal to give the penguins the win over the jets. congratulations. in football, new york jets player jarrell rivas is expected to turn himself in to police in the next 24 hours. police say he was involved in a street fight in pittsburgh that left two men unconscious. he is charged with four felonies. the incident occurred at 3 am sunday. when he grabbed a cell phone from one of the men who was trying to videotape him. a fight ensued and two men and it up in the hospital. it is not clear as both sides claim the other was aggressor. what a night. the girl right there through the half-court shot between manhattan teams last night, she wins the $500 gift card pretty
easily but look at this, she had to make a decision, to say yes to her boyfriend, he surprised her with a marriage proposal, she accepted. i call that $500 and engaged. and an unforgettable night. >> ferrari fans get ready to rev up, the italian luxury brand unveiled the fastest production car it has ever built. the ferrari is powered by a 794 power engine to go from 0 to 60 in less then three seconds. it will have a top speed of 211 mph, the price tag is not just out, prices for the model start at $320,000. it will have its unofficial
unveiling at the motor show. that is in early march. >> i like the name superfast, getting ready to pass go with new monopoly game pieces. let's check in on stock index futures producing selling today, dow down 59 this friday morning. nasdaq down 10, you are watching fbn a.m. first look at morning market and breaking news.
monopoly players are giving the iconic game piece the thumb down. the game maker is letting them pick the next one. here are some examples of ones they can choose from. it will be announced march 19. they replaced it with a cat. the latest version will go on sale in august. it has been a winning week on wall street. thank you for watching. have a beautiful weekend everybody happy friday to you.
maria: it's friday february 17. president donald trump headed south before going to his my lago estate for the weekend for the unveiling of the first 78710 dream liner. it comes just days after they voted against unionizing. we will talk about it. president trump revealing yesterday that replacing the affordable care act will come before tax reform. we are deep in the midst of negotiations. to bring our jobs back into this country. it's already happening. the president is already tweeting this morning. finally approving