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>> alisyn: good morning, everyone. today is saturday, july 27th. i'm alisyn camerota. thanks for joining us early. the white house has been hit with a scandals according to the president they are phony. >> with the endless parade with the posturing and phony scandals, washington has taken its eye off the ball. >> those remarks angering the republicans that he is blaming for the bad economy. one of them joins us in just moments. >> and while you were sleeping, the obama administration making a major decision how they plan to finally release two terrorists from gitmo. where they are going and why it could put 'the u.s. at risk. >> and he made news just a
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few months ago for attacking gun owners and second amendment. now actor jim carrey has a new target, the lincoln memorial. wait until you hear what he says it was vandalized. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> alisyn: good morning, everybody. thanks for jing us. >> hi, alli, hi clayton. good to see you. good to be back. am i in for tucker? >> yes. who are you in for. >> alisyn: i'm in for alisyn camerota. >> clayton: i'm always here i'm clayton morris. so much coming up on the show here. we have a band. are we doing something out on the mall this morning catapulting a cow or something? >> alisyn: i haven't heard that but i'm sure that we're a lot of applause.
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if you ever in manhattan, come down and he see us. get to the news. a fox news alert for you. a deadly rampage in florida seven people dead, including the gunman. police say the suspect opened fire at an apartment complex. there was a stand off. police, before police shot the man dead. among those killed, the building's manager and wife. their daughter, just a few doors down heard it all happen. >> i heard about 15 to 20 shots and so i went outside and my neighbors were screaming that my parents had been shot. >> alisyn: no word on a motive at this hour. well, the driver of that train flew off the tracks in spain killing nearly 80 people, including an american woman, has been arrested in his hospital room. we're learning this as we get our first look at francisco jose almo. this is a veteran trained driver being escorted away from wednesday's accident scene. police are looking to
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question him was his condition improved. black boxes can help them determine why the train derailed. coming up at 8:30 eastern. we will speak to one of the american survivors of that crash. and quarterback aaron rogers says he feels betrayed by his friend and business partner ryan braun. wasad previously said no way he took steroids. he was suspended for the rest of the season for taking ped's he realizes he was flat out lied to. >> a friend looked me in the eye on multiple occasions and real estate peteedly denied these allegations, said they weren't true. >> you know, it doesn't feel great to being lied to like that. >> alisyn: the twos opened restaurant last year. ♪ sure how his ped usage will exact their business relationship. while -- he walked through
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enemy fire to help his fellow soldiers and now is he being recognized for his bravery. army staff sergeant ty carter. he risked his own life to save a pinned down soldier all while sustaining multiple injuries himself all during a 2009 battle. he will be the fifth living recipient of the country's highest military honor. those are your headlines. >> thanks alisyn. a89c isn't it out there. a89c >> flux time should he keep on the ac? should you turn it off. >> that's an anomaly. it's just this week is weird. >> and it's july. >> you would think it might be what happens in september. it's july and that's what's going on. take a look at this right here. across the northern tier it, temps in the 40s this morning. much cooler air moving across the plains. minneapolis to chicago all week long. enjoy it. it won't last it will warm up at some point. cooler air is in place.
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behind this front bringing pretty significant rain showers across parts of the great lakes and southeast. heavy rain across parts of mississippi and down towards areas of louisiana. be very careful if you are driving down there. so much rain, it's been such a cool wet summer so far across the southeast, unfortunately more rain for you this weekend. rain also across areas of the southwest incontinuing to see some big monsoonal moisture. big thunderstorms across the area. getting great rain. they desperately need it. this is the rainy season and you want to get as much out of this as you can possibly can. tropical storm dorian. we had concerns about it earlier in the week it is going to dissipate. no story for us at all. no big concerns for that. great news could not have another tropical storm to worry about. 68 for high in minneapolis and chicago. it's crazy. guys? >> alisyn: thanks so much. >> clayton: it's not going to be 50 degrees. it will be 100 throughout the whole month. >> alisyn: fan as it trick. thanks, rick. let's talk about these
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scandals that have been plaguing washington, d.c. these are scandals that the president first acknowledged but this week, this past week on three separate occasions, the president has used the word "firestone scandal" when you hear something from the president's how repeatedly that is verbatim what he said the day before or day before. can you pretty much guess that is a new talking point that the media managers in the white house has come up with. >> mike: tries to reset the narrative from the economy and getting away from the scandals. very dangerous to call certain of these scandals phony. you know what i'm talking about that's benghazi when people lose their lives you can't be calling something phony. >> clayton: reframing around the economy. economic speech growth from the middle out sounds like a weight loss plan. when media managers decided thousand fix the rest of this administration and going forward for the remaining years of his administration we have got to turn our attention away from these scandals and
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refocus the economy. here is the president out on a bit of a campaign trail trying to do that this week. listen. >> with this endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals, washington has taken its eye off the ball. and i'm here to say this needs to stop. our focus has to be on the basic economic issues that matter most to you. the people we represent. the point is, with an endless distraction of political posturing and phony scandals and, lord knows what, washington keeps taking its eye off the ball. and that needs to stop. >> so phony scandals. it's not okay then for congress to ask questions then about a number of americans being killed in a consulate attack. >> >> alisyn: well we don't really know if he was referring to benghazi because he was vegas. he didn't specify. he does he mean the irs? does he mean nsa? does he mean benghazi?
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>> clayton: do any of those register as phony when we know that the government has access to every email we send and we know this week they don't even know how to search those emails? >> mike: i want to get back to the economy, too. can't we do both at the same time. clear up these scandals and swlats time that the obama administration talked about one of the scandals. aren't we still investigating the irs heavily? >> alisyn: as i have been saying on this program for months now. are we trying to find the people responsible for benghazi? are we ever going to prosecute somebody? or do we just let our american heros die with no adjudication? >> mike: i think i you do both. get back to the economy. people watching the show this morning out of work, maybe those scandals are on the back burner for them i need a job. we can do both. try to out what happened in those three scandals and get back to the economy. >> clayton: sarah palin heard the president's remarks past week and she got fired up.
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>> which one does he consider phony? benghazi where 200 plus years of honorable military ethose was thrown out the window when we left our own behind to be slain bi-rad dick call muslims? does he consider it a phony scandal when we know our government spies on us and lies to us? which one does he consider specifically as a phony scandal? >> clayton: where is the white house's head this morning? we think it's on the economy, right? we heard these speeches about that, refocusing on the economy. then we learn that the white house is being side tracked by what's going on at guantanamo bay. looking to transfer two detainees from guantanamo bay to algeria in a bit of a tradeoff. >> alisyn: yeah. as you know, it was one the president's campaign plans, promises during his first run that he would close guantanamo. that proved harder than he thought once he got into office. but now this is apparently redoubling of the effort to
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try to make some progress on gitmo. so they chose algeria because they say that country has a proven track record of not allowing gitmo detainees to go back to the battlefield. there is incredible recidivism rate of those who it do return to the battlefield, something like 28% released do go back. confirmed reengaging 97 out of the 600 detainees transferred and suspected of reengaging in addition to 97. 72 others are suspected so that makes 28% of detainees who they think have gone back to battle. >> mike: apparently algeria has been doing a better job of it i think we have sent 12 detainees to algeria. all 12 have not returned to terrorism supposedly. >> clayton: what are we getting in return? >> mike: empty gitmo so they can close it. >> clayton: white house
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being cagey on what we get in return. try to work with us on al qaeda. >> mike: he says he is leaving. well, about 30 days. they announced that yesterday. >> alisyn: very same day. >> mike: you say it's a coincidence. >> alisyn: of course. everything in politics is an coincidence. they say it's a stormy relationship that he has had for three and a half years that he doesn't think we should be be closing get mow and transferring detainees out. >> mike: send two to algeria, okay i'm out of it, 30 days i'm out of here. >> clayton: president bush had resistance from republicans and democrats. the house voted again to not shut down guantanamo bay even though the white house had been calling for both republicans and democrats that don't close it. so, the president's hands are tied there. >> alisyn: speaking of a deal. coming up, we will tell you watt deal that is being proposed for the pakistani doctor who many consider a hero for helping to locate usama bin laden. what the exchange might be for getting him out of that
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pakistani prison. so we will tell you that coming up. >> mike: i have a question for you two. >> clayton: what's that? >> mike: imagine walking down the street and seeing this. a baby trapped on an awning. have you ever seen that in your life? >> clayton: no, i can't say i have. >> alisyn: know haven't. >> mike: how did that happen. explain that after the break. >> clayton: the baby jumped 30 feet in the air. spider baby. coming up on the show, how young is too young to date? 17 magazine is promoting online dating to 17-year-old readers. target demo is 12 to 19. >> mike: 12 too young. >> clayton: 12 too young to go on match.com? >> alisyn: yes. >> clayton: let us know what you think on foxnews.com and twitter ff weekend. >> mike: my daughters still don't date. they are 35. ♪ the way you hold me tight ♪ you get me so excited this man is about to be the millionth customer.
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>> mike: from the bungling of benghazi to the targeting of conservatives by the irs. the white house has been plalged by numerous scandals for months. if you hear the president telling it they are not real at all phoney he called some of them. angered the victims of those so-called phony scandals. might that line work with the rest of america? joining us now this to weigh in from congressman david sweitzer. welcome to "fox & friends." >> this is always my idea of fun. >> really? this early in the morning? you know, on another network i heard a the love anchors actually use that line so-called scandals. are any of them phony to you? >> well, that's actually what we worry about is this the president's way of instructing his allies and big media to basically say, look the other way, don't deal with all these sins
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that have been coming out of this administration. i don't know. distract from the scandals by trying to reset the narrative about the economy as i said i want to talk about the economy too. can we do both? get to the bottom of the scandals and talk about the economy too. >> we have never stopped talking about jobs and economic growth that's what we do. in many ways the press hadn't paid attention to the scandals, the sins of this administration until they wiretapped the associated press. the reality of it, there has been investigations and oversights of this administration going on for years. the public just, in the last few months, has started to hear about it. >> mike: you think the public is still interested in getting to the bottom of these scandals? >> very much so. this white house has always
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done a brilliant job of picking a message and saying it over and over and over and over. and a lot of the -- not fox, but a lot of lazy media out there,picks it up, takes it as a talking point and the distraction begins. >> mike: let me try to take the other side here. maybe some people want to continue to talk about the scandals because that takes the eye off of the bad economy and neither party has been able to do a very good job of getting us back on track. >> well, the fact of the matter is, the republicans in the house have constantly been laying out plans, legislation, that would grow the economy. that would sort of get the ibsenives right. >> mike: why isn't it growing quickly enough then? >> the fact that you have a senate and a president that keep blocking, keep thinking that the plan is big government. the fact of the matter is you can't tax your way to prosperity. and this administration finally has hit that wall. reality has come home that the stimulus and these other games they played didn't work.
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so another layer of distraction comes. >> mike: okay. congressman, thank you for being with us very early in arizona on sawmpleted he we will see you soon. the man who shotted ala akbar before killing 13 soldiers at fort hood in texas is speaking exclusively to us here at fox news. and major nidal hasan claims the united states military is at war with his religion. plus. actors amanda bynes. there she is. her parents finally said enough is enough, amanda and seeks conservativeship. does she really need their help? and is it legal, our legal experts are here for a fair and balanced debate next.
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attorney jonna fill bore and are arthur aidala bill. >> alisyn: is he already diverging from the topic. what is a conservativeship? >> that's a legal mechanism where somebody other than you takes over your life to manage it. in this case her parents, amanda bynes parents want to manage her finances and personal life because they don't think she has the capability to do it herself. >> people who are mentally incompetent. >> alisyn: update people. this week she set a fire in a neighbor's driveway. she sent sends a host of pictures out of herself. >> why she is troubled.
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dui in california. drug charges in new york. the girl is on drugs. left's pull her into a rehab before we get a court appointed baby-sitter to take care of her. if she is not well after she gets off whatever she is on o, then we can take the next step. it shouldn't be a first step to get a conservativeship, it should be a last step. >> alisyn: she may be on drugs and in the middle of some sort of psychiatric disorder. >> she is charged in new york with throwing a bong out the window and represented in new york city by one of the top lawyers in the country because she could have skilled somebody on the 14th floor throw a bong out the window? the judge here wants to meet her face-to-face. under observation for two weeks. the judge is like let me sit down and see how crazy this chic is is her mother says all she wants to do is have plastic surgery and all she wants me to do is have plastic surgery. she spent $63,000 in may on prescription drugs.
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taken out $200,000 in june and july for her lifestyle. she is way out there. she needs help before we are sitting here talking about a funeral. >> why does plastic surgery make you insign? >> when you are 20-something years old. i know you are 2 o-obligor years old. >> i'm walking on very thin ice right now. >> alisyn: wow, the emails that are going to pour in i should tore think. smoking marijuana doesn't make you exhibit some of the science she is exhibiting. such a thing as having somebody committed? if she is suffering from something can her parents do that. >> once they are her conservativers they absolutely can. otherwise what she needs to do needs to be done voluntarily. >> she is committed right now for two weeks. she is in a 14-day psychiatric order and search talking to her around try to figure out and tell this judge do we
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take all of her rights away from her and give them to the folks or is she competent enough to pay her bills and exist in society? >> that's just it amanda bynes isn't paying her own bills now. >> she is setting fires. >> get off drugs and stop setting herself on fire. >> what do you commit her to a drug rehab? >> yes. expbll pull her. >> pull her in there and leave her for 30 or 90 days and see what transpires. drugs can make you crazy. >> alisyn: of course. >> obviously. hopefully not permanently. >> no one is saying she is heavily addicted to drugs. >> alisyn: something is wrong. >> she is on drugs. >> no. she has a pot charge and dwi. that's weed and alcohol doesn't make you a bad drug. >> that's drugs. if it quacks like a drug it's a drug. >> alisyn: author and jonna? >> we are done? >> great toe sue. meanwhile, coming up,
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♪ prayer for you ♪ forever and ever ♪ to stay in my heart ♪ forever and ever [ laughter ] >> alisyn: i'm not sure what we are doing. [ laughter ] >> alisyn: we're giving him a very glamorous intro to this talking point. we will talk to you what jim carrey has tweeted out this week. >> mike: did you see the lincoln memorial vandalized? >> clayton: horrible. >> clayton: overnight some paint was splattered on side the lincoln memorial. i always thought they would have guards on this. you wouldn't be able to get away. >> alisyn: maybe be this is he sequestration. >> mike: somebody just ran up there right by the abe lincoln statue and threw a
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bunch of green paint on the floor and columns on alittle bit and some on the base of abe lincoln statue. >> alisyn: jim carrey said the lincoln memorial deserved it. what do we expect the lincoln memorial was vandalized because of corporate greed. >> mike: explain that. >> alisyn: people are getting tired of corporate tyranny disguised at democracy. >> mike: abe was asking for it? >> clayton: really? these degenerates at 3:00 in the morning were thinking about corporate greed. >> alisyn: freedom fighters. >> mike: green, color of money? mike. >> clayton: that's all they had in their mom's garage. >> alisyn: hard to know why jim cary thinks it's a political statement or logical political statement. funny tweets back time h jim carrey that's funny you made 25 million for bruce almighty? that's the outrage, people
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think. >> clayton: charlieston hesitate stolen video he made he thought was funny. people fired up about that. >> alisyn: sometimes celebrities weigh into political issues and you realize they should stick to the scripts they are given in hollywood. obviously everybody can have an opinion and that's fine. when they send out things like this without further explanation in 140 characters, it begs a lot of people to fire back on twitter. here is another one. jim carrey, corporations, greed, like the ones that run tv and hollywood? people want him to give more of an explanation. >> clayton: yeah, corporate greed. i'm going to talk to degenerate at 3:00 in the morning and stealing paint out of their parents' basement. >> mike: sounds like preparedness. >> preparing for when my kids are that old.
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>> alisyn: miles better never think about that. >> clayton: he won't. >> alisyn: a family in texas is an unwelcomed surprise in their backyard. look at this. >> like a gunshot. literally sounded like a gunshot. >> alisyn: it was no gunshot it was part of an airplane. it fell from the sky and landed right on heir grill. the air force confirms it came off of a c 17 after quote in-flight mishap. no one has hurt and minimal damage. >> what are you grilling? airplane. >> accused fort hood shooter speaking out exclusively to fox news in an email statement claiming the u.s. military is at war with islam. major nidal hasan began the statement praising allah and then saying he regrets his years in the u.s. army. he says his service was inconsistent with his religious beliefs. the court marshall begins august 6th. he exacting as his own attorney in the deadly 2009 attack. reaction inside the
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southwest flight at the exact moment it smacked down on the runway. [crash] [bleep] >> alisyn: yeah. that is scary. the plane lost part of its landing gear on monday. forcing that hard landing at new new york's laguardia airport. 10 people hurt. the ntsb trying to determine what caused the landing gear to collapse. amazing sight. baby rescued after crawling out apartment window. >> the 18 month old slipped past airconditioning unit and aoun to an awning. the quick thinking good samaritan sprung into action. >> once i got out, i jumped on to the fire escape. then i jumped on to the roof. and i immediately went to her and just grabbed her by the arm and just snatched her in a hug and took her back to the parents.
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>> alisyn: thank goodness he was nearby. the the child's grandmother says she was cooking. >> clayton: my daughter ava just turned 1 and you turn your head for a second she is up the stairs looking at you like she is spider man mission impossible. >> alisyn: they are escape artists. >> clayton: they're. >> mike: yesterday might have been one of the nicest days of the year. >> clayton: beautiful. >> mike: another good one today. >> we had that big long heat stretch for a month on and off. no signs of that coming back. cooler weather in general is going to be with a lot of the east coast for a while. take a look at this weather maps across the northern plains right now. if you are waking up in business mark, north dakota put a jacket on going out. 48-degrees this morning. 48 in sioux falls. definitely cooler air has moved in and drier.
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it's not humid at all. you are going to have a spectacular fall-like weekend. but it's not fall. it's still july. it will warm up again, don't worriy. we are not expecting it to warm up like it was any time soon. the good news at least across areas of the east. here we go, the rain showers that same front that cooled things down will move across ohio valley more storms and drier. oklahoma city 86 and not that hot either. how about 56 degrees. that's nuts. out across the west monsoon activity four corners with big storms and seattle a spectacular 78 degrees. all right, guys, back to you inside. >> clayton: thank you, rick. here is a question this morning.
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how young is too outcome to date online? dated or even just online dating? because 17 magazine, my sister used to describe to. >> alisyn: as did i. that was my bible. >> mike: as did i like 12 years old. [ laughter ] >> clayton: i was going to bite my tongue and say a similar thing but i decided -- i used to page through it. >> mike: sure that and glamour. >> clayton: tiger beat. promoting online dating in article this week and getting slammed for it. >> mike: what was the standard back in the day 16 is when you started dating, ali? when did you go on first date? >> alisyn: define date when you are 12 years old? >> mike: holding hands at the at the mall. >> alisyn: 13. >> mike: 13? >> alisyn: i'm from jersey. the rules are different in jersey. not how young you can date.
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it's online dating. changes the equation because you don't always know who is on the other end. >> mike: i wouldn't want my kids online dating until they became adults. >> clayton: can you even think about it promoting online ding and merits of eharmony. go through like 80 questions. >> mike: your profile. your husband industry. at 15 do you even know anything. >> mike: you don't have history. >> alisyn: you don't have a pro-he file. other thing astounding about this is do 17-year-olds have a problem dating? i'm out of it it but i remember that being a sort of abundance time of opportunity when you are 17 years old. is this what it has come to that teenagers aren't meeting each other anymore? >> mike: isn't this where they live? they live online. that is their world now. why wouldn't they date online. but too young. 12 years old? >> alisyn: that's who their demo is. so 17 magazine. >> mike: they are reading it.
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>> alisyn: 12-year-olds are reading it. hey, everybody, you should consider online dating. >> clayton: mom i'm 13 can i get a credit card because i want to get a subscription. let us know what you think foxnews.com and twitter ff weekend. please weigh in. >> mike: people at 17 magazine restrict themselves? why didn't they call it teen magazine in. >> clayton: you want to be 17. >> mike: i do too. >> alisyn: who doesn't? is this guy nuts or something else? [horn] i think perfectly normal. please tell me -- i wish i didn't have to see that. >> mike: please tell me it's fake. the story behind the masked man lying underneath a speeding train when we come right back. the irs employees supposed
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eye? it will make you look older a new study finds lack of sleep can lead to a lot of lines on your face. poor sleepers have more fine lines and uneven skin color on their faces than those who sleep well. i haven't had a good night sleep since the carter administration. look, my face looks like a catcher's mitt. ♪ ♪ >> alisyn: none what was scarier that graphic or my face? >> alisyn: urging people to write to their congress people to reject obama care as stated in a form letter drafted by the national treasury employee's union it says i am a federal employee and one of your constituents i'm very concerned about legislation being introduced to push federal employees out of the federal employees health benefits program and
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into the insured exchanges under the affordable care act. >> clayton: if the obama care exchanges are good enough for small businesses shouldn't it be food enough for employees specifically at the irs? research analysts for the washington free beacon and center for american freedom. nice to see you this morning. >> nice to see you. >> clayton: what do you make of this new move by the unions for the irs? >> it's an interesting move. they are joining sort of a list of greying -- a growing list of unions that have come out who supported the bill before who have now come out and said they don't support it anymore. kind of a growing list of hypocritical unions in my opinion. a reporter for the free beacon had an article about this a few weeks ago. he spoke with a policy expert who explained essentially what's happened is unions initially supported obama care despite having things with like you will remember the cadillac tax because they hoped they would get exemptions later on for their own particular plan. now that they don't see
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that happening they are critical of it unions going against what they originally supported as well as the fact it's from the irs an organization going to implement such large parts of new healthcare plan. >> alisyn: eye reason of that is rich. president obama selling the affordable care act says if you like your healthcare plan, can you stick with it no changes. and what is sounds like they are saying in that letter is we do like our current plan. we like our plan. we don't want any changes. why are you forcing us to change? >> right. and that's the exact same argument that the electrical workers union put out an ad that they ran just a couple weeks ago and criticize this as well. this is a big problem for the obama administration it's a lot of set backs that they have h it is hypocritical and instance where they expected to get exemptions and they didn't and now they have sort of changed their mind. they were fine if the rest of the population and other citizens got these things where they didn't get -- where they didn't have like a perfect healthcare plan now they realized it's going to it effect their own they don't like it.
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certainly interesting and an additional set back that we have seen with obama care. they are having quite a few issues and going to have some more, i think as they roll out. this is the latest the navigator program where they are going to be hiring new people to support obama dare and sign up come october. lay. >> clayton: up wards of 28,000 people making $48 to promote the navigator program you talked about. is it too harsh or uneducated about what was in this massive healthcare law. they were out there trumping this up and campaigning basically on its behalf these unions were telling people to vote for it, get behind it you say hypocrisy, is it that or do they simply not know what was in this thing? >> i think there is an argument to say that maybe they didn't understand it entirely. you are right it is a very complex bill. but i would propose that they shouldn't have gone out and so actively campaigned and supported something that he this didn't understand. that's a whole different problem. not only were they -- i mean, they were incredibly
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instrumental in passing. i don't know if it would have passed if the unions hadn't supported it. criticism hypocritical. politically motivated to support it i don't think hypocrisy is necessarily too strong in this situation because if they didn't understand it they really shouldn't have been out there advocating for it clay clay great point. >> alisyn: alisyn barber thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> clayton: the doctor who helped catch bin laden he may be on his way to the united states. >> alisyn: before you bianything again. the hidden fees the union to look out for costing us all a lot of money. up next. ♪
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>> alisyn: listen up, consumers, yet another reason to be on the lookout. your credit card statement might have some unwanted charges. they may not be illegal but they can add up. of course in, americans have wracked up $14 billion worth of hidden credit card fees nationwide. so here is what to watch out for. we have personal finance expert and retail analyst heatha where this great to see you. >> great to see you, too. >> alisyn: they are called gray charges. they don't immediately jump out at you. you yourself have been victimized by these charges. >> literally just the other day i went through my credit card statement and saw that i had almost $7 a month in charges. >> alisyn: 70?
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>> 70 in charges. one of the reasons why we are starting to use our credit card and debit card for everything now. 2013. credit card usage has been up at the point of sale 40.3%. that's why we tend to forget we put that credit card number in and that's why we are starting to get charged more. >> alisyn: what to be on the lookout for. free to paid. it starts out at free and they don't tell when you it switches over to a monthly charge. >> exactly. my suggestion here is we all have smart phones. you can put reminders in your smart phone to remind yourself a day or two before if you don't want the paid subscription go ahead and get that charge off. also, that paid subscription or that free-to-paid starts the day you sign up for it you may think you have an extra couple days. the clock starts thinking the minute you sign up for that make sure you put that reminder in the second you sign up. >> alisyn: next thing called negative option marketing. what is is that? >> okay. so when you buy something
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but, wait, there is a catch. the dangerous details ahead. >> clayton: plus a swat team barging into the wrong house. imagine that getting that knock on the door. they don't knock they barge. in government foreclosing on the wrong house and demolishing the wrong house. is it a police state or military state. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ >> that story amazing. >> mike: you could have other choices too. police state, military state. other choices? >> if you could think of a third one. more on those stories coming up. >> mike jarrett is here this morning. >> mike: good morning, in for tucker this morning. >> alisyn: get right to your news. a fox news alert for you. deadly rampage in florida it left seven people dead including the gunman. police say the suspect opened fire at an apartment
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complex there was a standoff before police shot the man dead. among those killed was three women and three men, including the building's manager and his wife. their daughter just a few doors down heard it all happen. [sobbing] no word on a motive at this hour. and a deal for the doctor. pakistan will reportedly free hero doctor shaquille afridi, you are about to see him on the right if the u.s. releases the convicted al qaeda terrorist -- dr. afridi on the right helped the cia track down usama bin laden. is he currently serving a 33 year prison sentence in pakistan. meanwhile doctor on the left is sitting in a maximum security in texas. she tried killing soldiers after 9/11. a couple in massachusetts bought auto a dollars
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scratch off ticket at the grocery store but they forgot about it at the bottom of the grocery bag and threw it away. they realized what they did and to their surprise they had won a million dollars. >> i couldn't believe it at first. i kept looking at it, staring at it and i went in the bedroom with it. i woke joanna up. check this ticket out. attell me, is it real? >> alisyn: the couple took the lump sum. walking away with a little more than $450,000. they plan to pay off their mortgage and other debts. congratulations to them. >> mike: $450,000 lump sum. >> alisyn: is that because taxes are already come out. isn't that 500,000 that came out? it has to be. otherwise, why are you splitting it with the state? >> mike: i think you are right. $450,000. >> clayton: accept it when it is covered with spatting sauce like that from the
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bottom of the trash can: the president this week is trying to refocus the discussion on the economy. this is, i think, the like the ninth time that the administration has tried to refocus now on the economy, jobs, getting this economic recovery back on track. and the president out there talking about the middle class. and, yet, the president took some time out to say congress has been distracted by all of these phony scandals. what scablegdzs is he talking about? listen to the president in his weekly radio address. >> over the past couple of years, in particular, washington has taken its eye off the ball. endless parade of distractions and political posturing. and phony scandals. shift focus from what needs to be done. and as washington prepares to enter another budget debate, the stake could say not be higher. the choice -- >> mike: same words were used over the last couple of days too. >> clayton: phony scandal. jay carney answer this next week at the white house
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press briefing. what phony scandals is he talking about? be specific. >> mike: can't be talking about benghazi to say way too dangerous that is phony. >> alisyn: four americans are dead. >> clayton: they called that a distraction in the past. they called that a distraction, nothing to see here. now we know more information that these folks working in the doj were told to keep quiet. they had to sign confidentiality agreements. >> mike: some of these agreements will be lessened if it seemed as if, if it seemed to us that they were looking into it more carefully and more aggressively. >> alisyn: of course, the president did promise months ago back in may that they would be held accountable. is it the nsa bonus. he is not specific. the irs obviously public opinion polls show americans do not think that the irs targeting conservatives is phony. that worries them. >> mike: phoney in may we have got to get to the bottom of this. be very aggressive about accountability. go after it it a few months ago it wasn't considered
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phony. >> alisyn: sarah palin has come out with outrage about all of this and what the president is calling phony scandals. she though pins some of the responsibility and accountability on the mainstream media listen. >> like the stall play in basketball game. they are hogging the ball and it's unproductive and it's cowardly and nothing good is going to come from this. and what happens during a stall play is the crowd, they get up and leave. even hard core fans are saying, you know, this is cowardly and it's unproductive i'm out of here. the only fans that aren't going to bail on this stall play we are all observe something still the media mainstream media they are going to stick with this because they are part of the problem. and it's going to be to the detriment of the profession of journalism. detriment to the as a free america as we know it. >> clayton: sarah palin's
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critics say there goes sarah palin slamming the media when you look at the numbers she has a point. media research center as they broke down the numbers how the scandal unfolded over the last few months and last year, it's been quite remarkable actually if you take a oak at these numbers. may 10th through may 23rd, there were 96 stories on television that were focused on this in the first. >> alisyn: that was about the irs. i actually think those numbers dispute her finding. 96 stories in 13 days in the mainstream media? that's a lot. that means they devoted a lot of air time. the evening news only has 22 minutes of air time at night. the fact that they did 6 stories certainly shows they were not ignoring the irs scandal. that one has been covered a lot. by the way they went on to cover it subsequently and 32 more times. 11 more times after that. so you can't accuse them of completely side stepping. >> mike: over the last couple of days i heard
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anchors saying on other networks, using the same term so-called scandals. put that into the copy. >> alisyn: which ones were they talking about? irs? they don't think that's a scandal targeting particular political leaning? >> clayton: there has been 11 stories over the course of nearly two weeks on some of the networks that haven't talked about anything, irs, the nsa scandal or benghazi. the numbers have plummeted in the amount of coverage. >> alisyn: obviously, people's attention spans do fade. that's true. >> mike: we love the fact that that royal baby came. we don't have to talk about any of that stuff. let's talk about the baby. >> alisyn: i'm sure that is true. but also the george zimmerman case. also the plane crashes we have been having. >> mike: true. >> alisyn: we do cover breaking news and that what ends up garnering the media's attention. that's how it works. >> clayton: we talked on the past couple weeks on the show. government seizing property. imminent domain issues.
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going into homes and knocking down doors. here is what is going on. a bank is repossessing the wrong woman's home when they should have cleared out the house across the street. they go. in clear everything out, sell at a sheriff's sale. basically she comes home, finds out her house has been cleared out. mike pike wrong house. >> like operating on the wrong limb in the hospital. >> mike: right arm not left arm. >> alisyn: here is the owner's explanation. >> come to the house and, you know, going to put my key in the lock and it doesn't work. they repossessed my house on accident, thinking it was the house across the street. they told me that the g.p.s. led them to my house. my grass hadn't been mowed and they just assumed. >> alisyn: that's a rude awakening. al. >> mike: two more cases to talk about. a swat team this week busted in to the wrong woman's house. here is what she said. >> out of my peripheral
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vision i see movement. i look up there is a rambeau kind of guy with like a vest and gun pointed at me with a white light like a home invasion. i thought it was bad guys after me. >> clayton: frightening. >> sitting there making a casserole. >> alisyn: flash bang goes off. >> mike: best one has to be the last one you come back to your house and it's gone they tore down the wrong house. >> clayton: they demolished it. this severe weather house used to stand in fort worth, texas. we interviewed this guy. he said the city has been great. they are trying to work with him on it. they are really staying in contact with him that doesn't change the fact that you come home and house is gone. >> mike: he had a great attitude about this. thinking down the road maybe i get a new house out of this. >> alisyn: he deserves one. i hope so. >> clayton: it's it's a fema trailer. >> mike: there is the house they were supposed to tear down. >> alisyn: how did they get this wrong? >> transpose numbers.
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>> clayton: i think it's 145 beach lane. the lawn hasn't been mowed. let's tear that one down today. can we call someone first? micking my tear down the ugly one. >> clayton: nearly a year and four americans dead. will we ever find out what happened in benghazi? a group of veterans have a new tactic to get to the bottom of it. we will tell you about it next. >> mike: it's something many of us suspect happened. but now we know it's true. an alabama police officer fired for blowing the whistle on mandatory ticket coat that? uh-oh. he is here to share his story. to treat my low testost, my doctor and i went with axiron, the only underarm low t treatment. axiron can restore t levels to normal in about 2 weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer.
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>> clayton: 14 minutes past the hour. you are watching "fox & friends." president obama says
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focusing on his administration's slew of scandals is a waste of time and that the benghazi -- that there is no benghazi coverup. there is no such thing. well, tell that to the special operations who literally rolled out a petition this week to launch a full investigation into that september 11th attack. joining us now is larry ward. political director of special operations speaks that's the group responsible for that long scroll petition. larry, nice to see you this morning. >> thanks for having me. what was that scroll rolled out there into the grass and what were you hoping to accomplish with it? >> very unique. the significance of getting a thousand special operations veterans to sign on a to a political petition to sign on to benghazi. almost unheard of. these men serve in silence and quietly. they don't get political for the most part this community is fired up over the events and coverup of
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benghazi. >> clayton: what answers are you looking for. >> what we are looking for is 218 signatures on the discharge petition that steve stockman just submitted or one speaker of the house to come to his senses and form a select committee. >> clayton: find who knew what when? who gave the orders? who ordered the stand down measure and why were these individuals being told to keep quiet so long after the benghazi attack? am i right? >> absolutely. you know. the president says it's a phony scandal, i actually think he misspoke. what he meant to say it's a felony scandal. if there was no coverup, why are they muz ling the survivors. why are they muz ling the witnesses. why are he they muz ling the people at the state i want people to understand the need. why we need a select committee. why the oversight committee and these other committees are -- do not have the power in order to get to the truth. the overnight committee, if you recall back what
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happened fast and furious, all the brian terry got were a bunch of redacted documents. they didn't get to the truth. the reason for it is the oversight committee does not have the power to subpoena intelligence nor does the oversight committee have the members with the necessary clearance to read the documents which is why they came over redacted as they did. >> are you troubled by perhaps the lack of interest from the american people on this issue and maybe the media is to blame on this. shear recent fox news poll. i want you to comment on this. how closely are americans following news on benghazi? now, 22% say they are focusing on it. somewhat, 37%. 40% of people say they are not really interested. that is down from a month ago. >> 40% of the american people don't watch fox news. they watch cnn and msnbc. that's the reason. they are not covering it.
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but, the people who are covering it are very, very concerned. especially want members of the armed services community. the men and women who are out there fighting our battle. they want to know why -- why americans were left behind. they are promised by their superiors and they are promised by america to not be left behind. let me explain something. these special operations community, these are the men that make sure no men get left behind. so when they say that, you know, it's essential that we get to the bottom of this, it's not only for the truth and for the family and for the fallen. it's also for the members of the military who are out there fighting so that they have a belief that america is not going to leave them behind. >> clayton: got over a thousand special operation folks to sign this petition. have you ever seen them angry about any one issue before? >> not even close. not even close. and not only do we have 1,000 members. i also want to say that you know, between the different groups that were there
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representing that day, on capitol hill, we have over 1 million americans sign a petition for a select committee to benghazi. so there is quite a bit of interest. >> where can people go, larry, as we have to wrap this up. where can people go online to sign that petition? >> special operation speaks.com. >> special operations speaks.com. larry ward is political director for that organization. larry, thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks very much. >> clayton: you bet. police ordered to excessive amount of tickets to fill a quote attachment that happened in one cop and the cop who blew the whistle on the scam and got fired for telling the truth. is he here next with his story. are you overweight? good luck getting into graduate school. why you are being singled out during the application and why your weight has everything to do with it it more on that. you are watching "fox & friends." we'll be right back.
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>> alisyn: welcome back, the lincoln memorial reopened hours after vandals splattered it with green paint. maintenance crews are still cleaning up the statue and the search is on to find out who did it fox news elizabeth prann is live in washington, d.c. with the very latest. hi, elizabeth. >> good morning, aly. you are right. the clean up isn't completely done as crews work through the weekend to make sure all the green paint splatter has been removed. it was splattered on the chair's leg chair and the base. meanwhile u.s. police are combing through surveillance video of the vandal or the vandals who defaced the memorial on friday. they are seeking for those involved. although they have no suspects at this time. u.s. park police did release a statement and in
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part it reads: this type of reprehensible act is unfortunate but it did not permanently damage the memorial. we are fortunate that this deplorable act can be remedied but we caution that we are lucky this wasn't an act of terrorism. many visitors young and old were disappointed to find the yellow taped wrapped around the iconic statue on friday. >> we were just here a night before with our family. and saw the beautiful memorial at night and to hear the next day that it had been vandalized or paint was on it was very disappointing. >> in the u.s. we have so much freedom to express ourselves that people just can respect that value. >> that memorial did remain closed for the the half of yesterday while investigators took photos and police dog sniffed the property looking for any type of a trail that the suspects may have left. the national park service said although vandalism across parks in the nation may not be completely unusual, it is the first time that the lincoln memorial has been
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vandalized since its dedication back in 1922. mike, clayton, aly, back to you. >> alisyn: elizabeth, thanks so much. we hope they get those perpetrators. over to. >> mike: michaely, thank you. a lot of you are going to say this as you are watching, i knew it do traffic ticket quotas really exist? an alabama police officer says yes. and that is what his own objection to the practice got him fired. he said he didn't like it. now he is out. the auburn police division is denying his claims but these secret recordings that you are going to hear during this segment from an alleged supervisor tell as very different story. listen to this. >> officer will have 100 contacts per month minimum. 40 of those may be warnings and traffic. those divided between traffic citations, non-traffic citations, field interviews and custodial raes do not be one that does not get to
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100. >> mike: there is justin handers. welcome to the program here. former police officer in auburn. the person we were listening sergeant neil he was one of your supervisors back then? >> yes, sir. thanks for having me on, yes, my sergeant. >> mike: he was saying when he says 100. what what's he money by 100? >> 100 contacts. that was defined by him as either written traffic citations, traffic warnings, arrests, onon-traffic citations tickets. possession of alcohol, fill in interviews like stopping a citizen on the sidewalk patting them down and checking. you can only have 40% of those as warnings and the rest had to be tickets and arrests and things like that. >> mike: it will probably cut down on burglaries? >> yes, sir, that's what they claim. you know, i haven't seen that reflected in the stats and in the reports and things we were taking. they were just in the news a while back before the story broke, you know, affidavit advising
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businesses how to protect themselves from burglaries. >> mike: was it to make money for auburn. >> that's my. citation. raising court fines and court costs. we were trying to do fix-it tickets things without answer too fine. we want meat ticket something with a fine. raising sales taxes they are looking at us as another type of revenue general regulation. >> why do you think it's immoral. some didn't have the courage some people would call it courage to call them out on it. is that the reason you think they fired you? >> one, it force the officers to lower their standards and demuch disdistracts us from patrolling following up on misdemeanor cases. you are an fer trying to have some a month would you
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are driving around trying to get that number. you are tempted by the end of the shift to lax your standards and make a bad case. as far as the other officers-oil go ahead, sir. >> mike: i want to say real quickly because i need to get this in to be fair. city of auburn, former police officer who was terminated over three months ago has made false and unsubstantiated allegations surrounding the basis for his termination. patrol officers expectations do include enforcing traffic laws, not in response to quote as it but in response to violations of the law. we have investigated the accusations that they have been madenned have found them to be false. your reaction to that? >> well, i think they didn't think that through when they stated it. one they contradict themselves. they say they investigated it and found it was unfounded. and then in another statement they say that the sergeant that said that was disciplined and they fixed the situation as soon as they found out about it you can't fix something that's unfounded. also i have written documents where i was
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>> alisyn: i just got off the tour bus with bret michaels, as you can see, i. >> you look like you fit right in. >> alisyn: thank you, i do. i am a frustrated rock star as i think anyone knows. it's only lack of talent that has kept me from fulfilling my dream. >> one time i actually met bret michaels back in dayton, ohio a decade ago. i gone to cover a poison show. i was back stage and he said hey, you want to come party with me after the show. >> alisyn: and you said? >> clayton: i said i have got to get up early. >> alisyn: what is wrong with you. bret michaels is great. he was here for our summer concert series. he had it. >> mike: what do you find sexy. >> off camera meaning like when i seen him before it didn't hit me. in person he has charisma. is he a rock star. all sorts of women who were just completely hot and bothered in the audience that needed to be hosed down. >> you haven't seen that typed of charisma until you meet me. >> that's right. only on the weekend it was
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shocking to have it on a friday. >> ally, calm down. >> let's talk about this guy. you know your cars, right? they are basically turned into mobile computers these days. they are not just gas and engines anymore. >> iphone, too. >> manual windows anymore. >> g.p.s. they have got full computer systems inside the car and the research institute has recently, basically showed how hackers can maliciously take over your car's computer. do all sorts of things to it run it off the road, change the display, and all it would take is somebody driving up next to you with a laptop computer basically sitting next to you in -- at a stop line. >> this is the scariest story that i have read in a long time. it's not just your car. they can also, these g.p.s. experts at the university of texas have figured out how to do it with airliners. how to interrupted the g.p.s. so they can be steered off course, luxury
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liner, yachts. obviously the repercussions for terrorism are very frightening. >> that's why john roberts investigated this. this is just a piece of that special. >> we were able to turn the vessel to the left or to the right. we were able to make it follow our heading instead of its intended heading. >> with a $3,000 device. a laptop and an tenna, the team was able to take the ship far off course. even running zigzag patterns. all the while the ship's g.p.s. showed it was moving in a straight line. no alarms, no sign that anything was amiss. >> no alarm here? everything is reading normally. >> andrew so he can field is captain. >> a number of attacks, and basically we on the bridge were absolutely unaware i any difference. >> mike: think of all the things you could do with that clay top and ally. have an airliner run short of a runway. >> alisyn: you could have a -- go off course.
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>> clayton: mark my words this is the future of terrorism right here. not some moron with a box cutter and it is going to be the future face of terrorism because some faceless guy with simple computer skills could reek havoc on a subway system. on an airliner as you point out or cargo vessel. >> alisyn: let's hope that now the media sex posing some of this and the university of texas are studying it. that they will also figure out how to come bat this. >> mike: it just stinks because it's so convenient like a g.p.s. >> clayton: hopefully you have enough wherewithal to not drive in the lake. >> alisyn: a lot has been happening while you were sleeping. a major update on the train crash in spain. the driver has been arrested in his hospital
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room. we are learning this as we get our first look at francisco who he say amo. looking to question the veteran train driver once his condition improves. nearly 80 people were killed including american woman during a crash. just one hour from now. we will speak to one of the american survivors of the crash. and, the accused fort hood shooter is speaking out exclusively to fox news in an emailed statement claiming that the u.s. military is at war with islam. nidal hasan began the statement praising allah and then saying he regrets his years in the u.s. army. he says his service is inconsistent with his religious beliefs. hasan's court martial is set to begin august 6th. is he acting ace his own attorney for the deadly massacre in 2009. are you overweight. >> yes. >> good luck getting into a grad school, layton, a new study published in the journal obesity applicants being chosen based upon heir weight. researchers say candidates
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with higher bmi's body mass indexes who were asked to do face-to-face interviews. even more bias. heavier women had an even lower chance of getting in than men. meanwhile, clayton, can you talk about sharknado. >> one of the most searched. sharknado is going to take a bite out of the screen. watch. >> you need to go home. >> i'm not going anywhere. >> the storm is coming and coming fast. [screams] >> clayton: sharks flying through the air caught in a tsunami. we will get official word on what type of storm this is. >> mike: this makes sense for he me. play in movie theaters one night only august 2nd. over 200 theaters across the country will screen the movie. the movie was actually a rating disaster. fewer than 1 million people watched when it first aired but it became a viral hit.
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producers hoping bringing it to theaters will turn it into a cult classic. flying through the air. who wouldn't want to see that? >> mike: they are making a sequel by the way and it is going to be based in manhattan. >> alisyn: sharknado two. this could meejly meter large call. >> it happens all the time. everybody can a was talking about it but less than mall people actually watched. that's a pretty sad thing. so true. let's take a look at the weather maps right now and see what's going on. this right here is tropical storm flossie. and we haven't talked too much about it flossie, alisyn is having a good time with the name flossy. it is headed toward hawaii though. so if you are in hawaii or are going to hawaii this week on vacation. get ready, you will probably be seeing some tropical storm conditions there by around monday afternoon into monday night. some rain, some showers, some winds that are going to be gursty at times. take a look at arizona and
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areas of the southwest. some more rain. take a look at this video out of tucson. we had some big showers across areas of southern arizona this week causing some pretty significant flooding. those watches fill up quickly in flash flooding and can be difficult to drive in. if it's range outside, you will want to be inside drinking beer. if it is not raining outside you will want to be. >> one of my favorite places lower manhattan, the financial district. tavern 29. right? >> 29th and park. >> rick says if i want to be cool i should order a kraft beer it is the rage. tell us what it. >> comes from a smaller brewery and they make them in much smaller batches. n the 1970s there were only 44 different breweries in the united states. today over 2500. there is a lot more to choose from. >> mike: god bless america. >> clayton: we should try them all this morning. >> tavern 29. a lot mover selection just as do you in the
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supermarket. one of the things we make there is a -- great alternative to a bloody mary because, you know, it just has a lot more spice to it. >> mike: hold on you are using beer to make a cocktail? >> absolutely. it's fun, it's different. you can do it at home. >> what goes into it. >> essentially lime juice. wore cheshire. i use pepper beer. so cute, so easy. is that like the worm in the bottle -- in the bottom of the bottle. >> i don't think it's as scary. definitely gives it some kick. >> hot sauce? >> hot sauce. >> mike: going to come back on you later? >> let's hope not. >> mike: what's the next drink that you have? >> there is a little spice. there is what we call the pearl street peach. homage to the south. and you know being outside in the summertime in the heat. what we're going to do today. are you going to help me out? >> mike: yes. what is that go in there. >> peach puree local
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peaches. poor it -- pour it in glass. i'm going to follow it up with an ounce of bushhills. we are going to temperature is a bit. and then we are going to open this. this is the r.j. rocker son of a peach ununfilterred wheat. out of south carolina with the heat. we're going to start with that put a straw. we got it. >> mike: i got excited. >> put the mint in that i itj pork sliders. >> rick: get these recipes on our web site foxandfriends.com. couple other drinks we will put that on there as well. mike is going to recover. she was harassed by the irs and had to quit her tea party group so what does this woman think -- now think the president is calling a scandal phony? we'll talk to her next. mike?
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>> scandals predding throughout washington this year from the buzz on benghazi to the irs targeting conservatives. but call for the president's opinion on these incidents and he says that these are phony scandals, our next guest was a target of one of these phony scandals forced to abandon tea party group in the wake of irs demands on conservatives. jennifer stephan know is the pennsylvania state director of americans for prosperity and a tea party activist. jennifer, nice to see you. >> thank you. >> tell us your experience when you tried to set up a tea party chapter in your town? >> right. it just became -- again, i was a pregnant stay at home
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mother. i remember speaking to the irs. they were asking for very personal information. your personal facebook page, lipps of donors and prayers you might have said at meetings. this is what shut it down for me. i said well, what if i don't turn this in? they said it could be considered perjury and then you could be jail time for perjury. i thought this is getting -- this is crazy. we all had the sense that this was because we were the political opposition of president obama. if we were liberal, we knew this wouldn't have happened. and i had a shot -- this happened to people across the country. we lost a the love money. >> so you thought that you were going to be doing a grass roots endeavor to express your political leangs and you were threatened with jail time. >> right. basically calling up and other organizations were getting these letters and warning me that this was happening. so i'm starting, this was long before i had ever heard of groups like americans for prosperity. i'm starting to file my paperwork and i get an agent on the phone going through this list of questions. and i just happened to ask well, what happens if i don't turn this? and that's when they said
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could be considered perjury you could have jail time with that very unhelpful and really bad experience. >> this week when you heard president obama three times use the expression these phony scandals that productions are focused on and washington, d.c. is caught up in, what did you think? >> i thought two things. first, well, what happened to me and other activists was bad. i think the parents of the people who died in benghazi who had to greet their children coming home in coffins, i cannot believe a sitting president would refer to it like that. because, these are human beings that lost children. family members, loved ones, my heart really went out to. they the second one is maybe the president is referring to his own phony scandal of the sequestration. you remember couple months ago the president was claiming sky was going to show. including starving children and pregnant woman without food. and not getting services
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and dangerous work sights. the sequestration has been very hard. the president instead of doing the appropriate cuts that wouldn't effect people made it effect employees so people felt it vast majority of americans things said were going to happen didn't. the sky didn't fall. the government still runs, they are not bridges and everything collapsing on to the country. >> right there. hasn't been a plague of locusts. impossible to know what the president is talking about he hasn't sphefd which of the scandals are phoney. jennifer, thanks for egg telling us your personal story. >> thanks for having me. >> alisyn: imagine walking down a street and seeing a baby trapped on an awning. how did that happen? amazing story still to come. wolverines splashes into theaters this weekend. will it be a hit with fans? we will talk to hugh jackman next. ♪
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>> mike: this is going to be weird so i'm often confused for hugh jackman the wolverine hoping to claw its way to the top of the box office this weekend. >> alisyn: for more on that we step into the fox light with michael. >> i have the same problem, michael. what are you going to do? >> alisyn: i have never confused either of you for hugh jackman who is dreamy. >> clayton: shirts off. every trailer i have seen for this movie. wolverine is not in a shirt the entire trailer. >> i think it's a marketing play. they made $23 million overnight so it's working. >> clayton: how much? >> 223. estimated 70 million over the weekend. it's doing really well. this is hugh jackman's sixth time playing the wolverine. the most any actor has played a comic hero. we recently caught up with him in new york. he was just telling us
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where we are going to find wolverine's emotional state at the beginning of this movie. >> at the beginning of the movie, almost like buckling under the weight of his burden of his life. >> sure. >> lowest possible. thrown a bone by seeing an old friend who is dying. he get thrown into this world where he has the opportunity to actually come back into society to start connecting again. never quite sure what he is going to do. really he has to face who he is. and whether he can live with that. >> kind of goes back to his past. move on to his future. that's great. >> if i could have said it like that it would have been a lot better. sorry. cut me out and put you in. >> the last wolverine movie was kind of a dud. this seems to be getting better reviews though. did you like stnchts i'm not a wolverine fan per se but i enjoyed it we
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dispatched our own focus group yesterday in queens. friends all 19 and 20. went to the 1:00 showing and all loved it that's the target audience. >> alisyn: why was he kept the mutten chop thing. why does he have the facial hair? >> promotion of the movie and about to step into his next role he always transforms himself physically. >> mike: didn't his wife advise him not to play originally. >> originally. >> i talked to him yesterday, as a matter of fact. that's what he said. >> alisyn: why? what's wrong? >> she didn't think it was the right move for him it will never work. >> >> alisyn: can you watch the entire interview. >> fox light.com. find me on twitter at fox light michael. >> mike: great job. >> alisyn: supreme court rules. not the obama administration some say. show you the latest example
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shift focus from what needs to be done. >> alisyn: what is behind this phrase? governor huckabee knows and he is here live to tell us. >> mike: i am mike in for tucker. it's the disturbing scene caught on camera. passenger train flies off the track killing nearly 80 people. well live this hour we are going to talk to one man
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who cheated death not once but twice. he was on that train. >> clayton: made news a few months ago for attacking gun owners and the second amendment. now actor jim carrey has a new target. the lincoln memorial. wait until you hear why he says it was vandalized. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> alisyn: good morning, everyone. >> mike: i just spilled my coffee. >> alisyn: all over the studio. >> clayton: kind enough to buy coffee for everyone. >> alisyn: spilled it on everyone. aclay smashed all over the studio floor. not everyone mike bought coffee for. >> mike: charter. >> clayton: shot of the control booth. >> mike: forgot there was a control room. so sorry. >> alisyn: i was wondering who those voices were and that's the control room. >> clayton: these why the show might go to blank.
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>> mike: always there for me. >> alisyn: we thank you for joining us. we is a lot to get to in the next few hours. let's start now with this next fox news alert for you. there was a deadly rampage in florida leaving seven people dead, including the gunman. police say the suspect opened fire at an apartment complex. there was a standoff before police shot the man dead. among those killed, three women and three men including the building's manager and his wife. the gunman also allegedly targeted the a man walking into his apartment across the street with his children. the daughter of two of the victims just a few doors down heard it all happen. >> i heard 15 to 20 shots. i went outside and my neighbors are screaming that my parents had been shot. >> no word on a motive at this hour. and we have another fox news alert for you because you are looking live at pope francis entering the
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cathedral in rio de janeiro brazil. part of the pope's historic visit latin america for world youth day. pope francis has urged young catholics to break out of spiritual cages. nfl player loses $2 million for not attending a mandatory workout. san francisco 49ers quarterback terrell brown says he heard about the big time loss on twitter. he says his agent told him he did not have to go to the workout. turns out he did. he has since fired that agent. currently participating in the 49ers training camp. that could get get me to the gym. $2 million fine. look at this site. a baby rescued after crawling out of apartment window. 18 month old slipped past an airconditioning unit and on to an awning in brooklyn, new york. hearing the baby's cries a quick thinking good samaritan sprang into
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action. once i got out i jumped on to the fire escape and jumped on to the roof and i immediately went to her and just grabbed her by the arm and just snatched her and took her back to the parents. >> alisyn: is he like a super hero. the toddler's grandmother told reporters she was cooking when she got distracted. emergency workers say the baby is okay those are your headlines. mike huckabee on the fox news channel. good morning, governor. >> good morning. >> clayton: how are you? >> i want you to go through this for us. the president is refocusing on the economy. i think we have heard this nine times from the administration. back to jobs and focusing on the economy. the president says the congress has been distracted by a will the of phony scandals. listen to the president this morning just a few hours ago in his weekly radio address. listen.
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>> over the past couple of years, in particular, washington has taken its eye off the ball. endless parade of distractions and political posturing, and phony scandals. shift foe -- focus from what needs to be done. as washington prepares to enter another budget debate the stakes could not be higher. the choices we make now will determine whether or not every american has a fighting chance in t 21st century. >> clayton: what scandals is the president referring to are phony? >> that's the question i think we are all waiting for someone to pose directly to the president. people have posed it to carney and he skates it. the phoniness is i'm really focused like a laser. this is a president who needs to get his laser fixed because, for five years, he going to focus like a laser on the economy then he goes off on gay marriage, on trayvon market goes off on something other than the economy. obama care. 1 hour and six minute speech. god bless those poor people that had so sit there
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behind him and hear the same rhetoric that was word for word when he campaigned five years ago. >> clayton: it was the exact same thing. >> it was. with the many speech writers they could plagiarize somebody other than himself. just get a good speech. give us an fdr speech. give us anything. give us a kennedy speech. come up with something. good heavens -- >> mike: asked about it this week, i don't know if he he will be. which scandal he is talking about being phony he cannot include benghazi. >> can't include benghazi, four dead americans, nobody has answered that. >> mike: he said he was going to it attack that last may. >> he hasn't gotten to the top. the director hasn't known anything about it mick mike what about nsa. >> a big deal that was going to ruin national security. is that phony or is it not? what about investigating reporters like james rosen or the sorktedded press is that phony? >> clayton: all that's left is whether or not he has gotten gray hairs and
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colored his hair. those are not phony scandals. >> they are not phony scandals. all of those are real and all scandals that he has not or his administration answered for. any time somebody shows up take the fifth amendment or eric holder is the greatest "i don't know" respond dent in the history of the united states. >> alisyn: sarah palin has a theory and she believes the mainstream media has been complicit in this in not covering it enough. i'm not sure that the numbers support that we will get to that in a second. here is what she had to say. >> like the stall play in a basketball game they are hogging the ball and unproductive and cowardly and nothing good is going to come from this. what happens during a stall play is the crowd, they get up and leave. even hard core fans are saying, you know, this is cowardly and unproductive. i'm out of here. the only fans that aren't going to bail on this stall play that we are all observing is still the
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media the mainstream media they are going to stick with this because they are part of the problem. and it's going to be to it the detriment of the profession of journalism and it will be to the detriment of a free america as we know it. >> alisyn: according to the media research center between may 10th and may 23rd in 13 days the mainstream media covered the irs scandal the 6 times. he you can't say they weren't covering it americans know about this story. >> they do know about this story. there has been significant outrage on the part of many media people and pundits over the irs scandal, for example. >> the interesting issue is it doesn't phase the obama people. they talk about what he they want to talk about and ignore the reality which is so frustrating. >> mike: numbers in may. where is it now? still not at the bottom of the irs controversy. why aren't we talking about it? >> part of what happens. we are all in this cable
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news business and we change the story and park on something. we spend a week talking about the royal baby. we spend a week talking about anthony weiner. we spend -- so part of it is, whatever gets hot that's what gets covered. that's part of the problem is the media itself. it's not so much that they don't cover it but that they get distracted and go to the newest hot item. >> alisyn: of course, you could argue that the irs targeting scandal is much more relevant to every day american. >> to each of us. >> than the george zimmerman. >> exactly. >> we pentagon a lot more time on george zimmerman case. i good reason. a lot to mine there. that's what the media does. the reason we do it is because it gets ratings. that means if the irs scandal got huge ratings through the roof and the american people were really plugged in, that's what we would be covering. it shows that the american people are turning their attention away as well. >> well, let's just to be honest about our culture. what's the biggest hit on television? it's basically a reality show of some kind.
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everything is a reality show. >> we like to look at people whose lives are a train when he can wreck. gosh i thought my life was screwed up not that bad. we feel better about ourselves. subjects better subjects on jerry springer. that's part of what is going on. cultural mirror we end up reflecting in the media. >> alisyn: our viewers are still pretty plugged? >> he this want to know details about the irgs and currently benghazi and they do want answers and they need to be held accountable. >> they should be. >> clayton: talk about the economy this morning. the president says he may take executive action on the economy. how many years has this been now? >> five. >> clayton: basically the department of justice plans to basically ignore the supreme court's ruling and go after what was unfolding down in texas. you were covering. this tell us about your thoughts on this. >> i had a great conversation yesterday with texas attorney general eric abbott who, of course, is lived over the facted that the administration
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essentially is ignoring the supreme court ruling and saying that's what they say but that's not we are going to do. eric holder's position that he is going to go ahead and force texas to go through preemptive clearance on anything involving voting is really a slap. not just at texas and he may have i could 'the wrong state to mess with also a slap at the supreme court. i don't even understand where the chief law enforcement officer of the land comesoff thinking that he can just make up his own law. and attorney general made a great point. if you are going to take legal action against state. how do you announce you announce it when you notify the state and go to court. what did he do? makes a big speech at the urban league. he doesn't go through the proper protocol and channels to announce an action like that. i thought it was a significant comment. >> alisyn: we had geraldo rivera on yesterday. how he interpreted. guess what, i don't really need the voting rights act because i have the constitution. the constitution says that
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there is one vote, one person i will uphold the constitution. if i see somebody doing something unconstitutional uphold it. >> it's wrong for this reason. the courts can find no evidence that there was widespread wholesale absolute preemptive harm being done to voters in these states. these states have been now for 40 years, 50 years, 50 years under this rule that they had to say mother may i before they could get anything done with voters. because that is no longer the case, here's the point. if you think that there is a problem, you still have the opportunity to sue. you still have opportunity to get redress in the courts, but you have to take the action, the presumption of innocence rather than the presumption of guilt. that is constitutional, too. and i would say that constitutionality trumps the idea that, you know, well, i can just make sure that these voting laws are carried out. >> governor, can you hang around?
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>> i guess, if you insist. i will do it, okay. >> i know you heard about what happened at the lincoln memorial vandalized. a bunch of green paint was thrown all over the place. >> i didn't do it. >> abe lincoln was asking for it that's what jim carrey says. we will talk about that when we come back for sure. >> that's right. plus how young is too young to date? 17 magazine promoting online dating to its leaders. the problem their target demographic is ages 12 to 19. we're reading your emails straight ahead.
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>> alisyn: actor jim carrey found in the lincoln memorial. green paint on the lincoln
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memorial? people are getting tired of corporate tyranny described as democracy. let's bring in governor mike huckabee. is how you read the have andization of jim care j. >> i'm not sure what movie we are reading here liar liar or dumb and dumber. autism even though has been so scientifically debudget that he comes forth with this brilliant theory that somehow this is corporate greed. a man who made $20 million on one movie. 25 on another. has probably made more than most corporate executives will over a career. somehow, you know, he talks about income iniquity? how much did the electricians and the carpenters on the movie sets get paid. that's what just bugs me. i don't mind that people make money. i mind that they are high and mighty thinking that other people who make money, even less than them are not as honorable as they are. >> clayton: bruce almighty. some punks up at 3:00 in the morning raid their
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mom's garage and grab green paint and went out and drinking and did something really stupid. >> really stupid. >> he wants to make some larger narrative about corporate green. >> i don't get the connection, green paint, corporate green, 3:00 a.m. that doesn't all work with me. jim carrey is wired differently. somehow things go r. going around up there that don't around in people's brains where there is a pathway. all i can do is say this surveillance cameras will probably let us know who did this and though should be able to get these guys. >> i'm sure there were "wall street journal" guys dressed in very nice $3,000 are a manny suits. that's when we will find out it was all about corporate greed. trying to promote the invested in equity fund. >> alisyn: gordon gecko was behind it. >> clayton: what's coming up on your show tonight? >> police tactics that have
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become militaristic. it's frightening. things going on in police agencies that don't make sense. it's dangerous. dangerous for the cops. dangerous for the public. people need to watch tonight. >> clayton: swat teams breaking into people's houses into the wrong houses by the way? >> wrong houses. killing people's dogs. getting in fire fight with citizens who think they are having home invasions and citizens get charged for defending themselves. it's really really dangerous and out of control. >> mike: speaking of out of control did you see the footage of that train going out of control. >> yes. i was on that speed in may. yes i was high speed train. you don't think about that being dangerous. see that and think maybe i will walk next time. >> mike: talk to somebody on that train when it did this. believe it or not, this person, it's not the first time he has cheated death. >> alisyn: plus, you have heard of food trucks, now there are -- meet the best friends and business prt necessary who have launched this new idea. that's next. [ brent ] this guy's a pro, herbie.
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starting a fire in someone's driveway earlier this weeks. the court set a new court date for august 9th. remember when she was fashionable? >> alisyn: not really. >> clayton: i thought she was at one point. >> alisyn: they are best friends and business partners. now they are taking their love of fashion on the road by opening up a retail store inside this 18-foot long converted box truck. joining us now are the owners of snack parlor. great to see you guys. >> alisyn: how did you get this idea? >> well, going mobile is the future and we knew it was a great trend and we wanted to go forward with it. >> alisyn: what's cool about your truck is here in new york we have a lot of food vendors and food trucks for lunch they pull up and park outside and you go and get some delicious street meats as we say. but i i have never seen clothing inside it before. what's the concept. >> pretty much we wanted to go to our customers. >> so you took it on the
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road? when we he go inside this 18-foot truck what do we find? >> oh my gosh, great jewelry, clothing, handbags. really, everything that you would want to buy in a boutique. we put into this store. >> you guys were best friends but you became business partners. how did you launch this business? who got the money? how did you save up? how did you do it. >> we put everything on credit cards, actually. kind of went for it. >> alisyn: was that a good idea in retrospect. >> oh yeah. we have been in nine years now. we have a clothing store in philadelphia on second and market and it's been super successful. this is our big expansion. >> alisyn: you started with a bring and mortar. you started with a real store. why did you decide to go mobile, just so that you could drive from town to town? >> >> we he could buy for events. >> alisyn: one place you go is college campus. university of pennsylvania and park outside. that has to work well.
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>> we have a wonderful spot right there right in the middle of campus so it is great. >> alisyn: how do you describe your type of clothing because it looks really cool on the outside it has a punk rock chic. >> totally girlie meets rock and roll bill. >> alisyn: is there a bottom combination. >> not for us. >> alisyn: you have tried it in other cities. >> actually filling up event calendar right now taking it a lot of places. we are putting it on facebook and twitter it so people can find out where we are going. >> alisyn: what is your advice to other young women thinking starting their own business. >> definitely do it. freedom. buy what you want and do what you love. it works bill. >> alisyn: if it works. there is risks as well. >> without risk there is no reward. >> alisyn: i can't wait to go in and shop which i will be doing during the next commercial break. where can people find you on facebook. >> at smack parlor.
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>> clayton: there is by is my boy. miles morris. happy birthday to my baby boy who is 3 years old today. >> alisyn: how did that happen? >> clayton: there is he in his batman pajamas had him stand up against his size chart yesterday. he grew three inches in a month. this kid. >> alisyn: miles is the cutest child on earth. are you aware of that. >> mike: he is the sweetest thing. [ laughter ] >> clayton: he is driving in the car right now with his mommy. they are doing recycling stuff today. >> mike: is he strapped in properly. >> clayton: we as a new parent you fumble through these things. as evidenced by what the prince did this week, you know, they left the hospital ceremoniously the other day, of course, to walk the baby out and it was like oh the prince and princess are putting their baby in their own car when
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they made a little bit of a faux pas. >> mike: he had it in the carrier as he came out of the hospital and range rover. >> clayton: imagine camera people every moment. here is what happened. take a look at the baby in the car. he put the -- he puts the baby inside the car. take a look at this. [ laughter ] >> very nice. >> clayton: coming out with the baby in the carrier. >> mike: this looks final al so far cool as a cucumber. no stress. one handed door opener. pops the baby seat. in all looking great until -- then intrepid photographer with a camera. he exhails. the problem is that the belt -- his hands were out of the belt. you need to have -- you have to have the actual -- never put a swaddled baby inside the car seat. >> see, that's the problem, look at the picture.
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>> the baby is not supposed to swaddled in the blanket united states belt? >> arms are supposed to be under the belt. nothing securing the baby. the baby could fly out there in an accident. clay the belt should be tight. two fingers between the baby and the harness. never put a swaddled baby in a car seat. their arms are confined. >> mike: i don't know how i made it home years ago from the hospital then. i'm sure i was just tossed in the backseat. >> alisyn: with the dog. >> mike: county dog. >> clayton: driving like brittany spears with the baby on the lap. mike pike we didn't have seat belts. >> alisyn: that's right. things have changed. >> mike: how is that baby be, the royal baby any more special than miles? >> alisyn: it's royal. >> clayton: he will be king and miles is the king of our house right now. >> alisyn: miles will be burger king and the other
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one will actually rule a country. >> clayton: that's right. ceremoniously. >> alisyn: let us know what you think about the royal baby. mean while here are your headlines, pastor rick warren returning to the pulpit today three months after his son committed suicide. warren is the leader of saddle back church. one of the largest in the country. the pastor plans to preach about how the bible can bring comfort during times of trouble. warren's son took his life in april after a life-long battle with depression. well, she stole more than $2 million in jewels from tiffany and company. store executive will pay the price. this woman pled guilty to the charges she apparently would check the jewelry out but never return the goods. an investigation uncovered that she resold some of the items to an international dealer for more than $1 million. >> mike: i would like to date her because you would never have to buy her jewelry. >> alisyn: that's right. other jewels found in her home. she faces four years in
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prison. >> clayton: watch your wallet. >> mike: oh, conjugal vifts. >> alisyn: moment the airline smacked down on the runway. >> alisyn: terrifying. the plane lost part of its landing gear on monday forcing that hard landing at new york's laguardia airport. 10 people were hurt. ntsb and faa are still trying to determine what caused that landing gear to collapse. and is 17 magazine teaching its readers to look for love in all the wrong places? the magazine currently under fire for promoting online dating to its readers in a recent article. the problem some say the target demo are aged 12 to 19-year-old girls. critics say it should mention the dangers of online dating such as cyber stocking. neither 17 or match.com
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have responded to comment. we asked what you thought about. this tell us what joy thinks. >> joy from arkansas writes this concept is the scariest thing i have ever heard. and another viewer, mike? >> mike: isn't it illegal to sign up with these dating sites if you are underaged? so 17 magazine could well be guilty of promoting illegal he will behavior. >> alisyn: is it illegal? do you have to say your age? >> clayton: say your name. >> alisyn: what does match protocol say? >> i like long walks on a beach. i'm a cancer and. >> clayton: onas a teacher online dating is the least what you should be worried about what you know what they're doing online. >> clayton: what does rick reichmuth think? >> rick: what do you side? >> clayton: 41 questions. like like i thought you were going to say i was 41
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years old. not the case. you guys are from chicago. they have been running far away from me. they were afraid i would put them on tv. you shouldn't have told me that big cold morning across areas of the northern plains and take a look at this. chicago today 68 degrees. no humidity, oh you would rather be here where it's a little warmer. >> a little warmer here fall like day today across areas of the foreign plains. marquette, michigan, take a look at that 56 degrees. your average should be around 76. 20 degrees below your averages right now. cold front moved through and that cold front is now spreading rain showers around the great lakes and ohio valley and heavier showers down towards areas of the southern gulf, that central gulf area, areas of mississippi and louisiana this morning. big thunderstorms bringing big rain and possibly localized flooding. flooding continue iting for the day today as we will see some more of those thunderstorms firing across
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areas of the southwest. all right. clayton, are you done? >> clayton: i'm done. already have 45 responses. [ laughter ] >> mike: all from the same person though. that's weird. >> that's true. >> mike: this just in person in spain say the person upfront, the operator of the train that ran right off the tracks right there killed 80 people including an american woman is being held on suspicion of negligent homicide. currently under arrest in his hospital room. investigators are looking into questioning him. once his condition improves, a video monitor found the train was going more than twice the limit, the speed limit for that particular curve, leaving behind a scene that our next guest says looked like a nightmare he lived through it it. >> clayton: stephan ward is a utah native and survive of that crash. he joins us this morning. stephan, great to see you and thankful you are safe and sound this morning. good morning. >> good morning, i'm
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greatful to be alive as well. >> mike: where were you on the train? >> i was in car number 8 but the train was moving backwards from the numbers so i was the eighth car from the end. when i boarded the train there were over 20 cars. i believe we may have left some of them at another station. i don't know how many were in front of me. >> clayton: we understand it was going way too fast around that curve. did you notice anything different at the time? it's moving so fast. hundreds of miles an hour did. you notice anything odd as it was heading into that turn or other turns throughout the day? >> well, yes. so, there is a little screen on both ends of each car that gives like the time, the temperature, the destination and the speed. and for most of the ride it had been about 100-kilo meters per hour. just like before maybe one minute before the crash, i looked up at it and i thought it said 194-kilometers per hour. but my eyesight is not the best and the sun was kind of shining off of it and i
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was writing in my journal. it didn't feel thatch faster. i didn't pay that much attention to it. so i thought that must be 109 not 194. it may have really been 194. >> alisyn: they say it was going twice the legal limit. whats watt experience when it crashed? >> we had gone around a few sharp curves before hand with no problems. we hit this one -- wheels lift off kind of a roller coaster we were only on one set of wheels, it was like that for no more than two seconds. there wasn't time to be scared. i didn't even think we must be crashing, answer then for about half a second luggage started falling out of the wracks up above it people started falling out of the seats, you could feel the other set of wheels hit the tracks. i blacked out before we hit the ground. >> how are you by the way? >> i'm doing very well given the circumstances. i'm in a neck brace but
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nothing that won't heal. >> clayton: people around you? what is watt scene like right around you? >> before or after? >> mike: yeah. >> after i thought i was in a dream. my car ripped apart from one of the cars next to it. i was able to be helped out through a door which at that point was basically a hole in the car. i was one of the first people that got out. i thought i was a sleep for few minutes. they helped me out on to a bank of dirt nearby. after a couple minutes they started helping more people out i began to realize i think this is real. everyone was covered in blood. everyone was crying. everyone was screaming. i had had a concussion so i wasn't thinking the most clearly. i just begun to realize this is all of the. this is horrible. >> i understand this is the not the first time you have dealt with death. you had cancer? >> yeah. >> mike: tell me about it
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it? >> was three years ago. ilikeed death many times when i thought i was going to die. a miracle pulled thrumple. i'm very grateful. >> alisyn: what is your take away from this now that you have survived twice. does it give you a new lease on life. >> yes and no. i think people should try to be the best person they can be whether they have had a near death experience or not. it does drive home the point to me i really don't know for sure. i could die tomorrow and if i do i want to be happy with the life i live today. >> mike: are you a god living man. >> i'm with the church of jesus christ latter day saints. yes. >> mike: somebody is with you. >> i would agree, yes. >> clayton: have you been back on a train since. >> no. >> mike: will you. >> i recognize this was a
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very isolated incident and people are going to be are all the more stringent about this kind of accident from here on out. i think it would really be unrealistic to say oh no i'm going to be trains the rest of my life. >> mike: amtrak is a lot slower. [ laughter ] >> clayton: we appreciate you joining us this morning and thank you for saving your harrowing experience. will al take care of yourself, stephan. >> i will, thank you. >> alisyn: business business for 20 years, poo obama care forcing him to close up shop.au we will talk to one boys and girls, llllet's get ready to bundlllllle... [ holding final syllable ] oh, yeah, sorry! let's get ready to bundle and save.
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happen. look at this new fox news poll out o. 47% think it will cost them more money. 11% say it will save them money. 34% say their costs will stay the same. next guest says it is going to cost him his business. small business owner and about to sell off his third piece of restaurant because of obama care. bob joins us now. bob, great to see you this morning. >> good morning. >> clayton: tell us how obama care has affected you and your business. >> well, in 2010, i was president of my trade association, the texas restaurant association. and part of our responsibility was to track legislation through the state house or through congress to see -- assess its impact on our industry. needless to say the affordable healthcare act was the big gorilla in the room. 10,000 pages of confusion. months before anyone in congress even read through the entire law. i did the math real quick
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and easy. and the penalty for noncompliance and it was called a penalty at that time, were thousands of dollars more than what we made out of the business. the only hope that we had lied in the responsibility of the supreme court and when the supreme court ratified the employer mandate, the clock began ticking for me. >> clayton: so then you had to close two of your cici pizza franchises. and you are about to sell your third or you have done that already? >> well, we sold two in october to make sure that we got below the 50 employees, and now the third is being sold to my son. he wants to be an entrepreneur himself. >> clayton: that's remarkable. you have told the government? you have guys expressed your concerns? because we know they are handing out very muchers. they -- voucher the. they know there are problems and handing out waivers to other companies. you have managed to hear from anyone on the administration on this?
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>> we have been very active in our lobby role to get the message out. that's what is to tell the story. i thank you for allowing me to tell my story. it's not any different from any small business owner or franchise owner in america. >> it really is sad. it was going to cost you more than $78,000. more than $78,000 than what you were making in 2011 at the restaurant. so the simple math adds up. you are going to have to have a record year. otherwise, you are going to have to close down the business. have you thought about doing what other companies have said that they are considering doing, which is simply slashing the hours of their workers? we don't want to close up shop but, look, you used to be full time now we have got to make you into a 20-hour a week employee? you know, the math is really funny. a full-time worker for us is 40 hours. and the government came up with 30 hours full time equivalent employee. so in order to run any
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brand new information out about why anthony weiner's wife is standing by his side. his alleged cyber mistress says huma is in on it for the power and fame. huma is spinning a different story. she said it took a lot to forgive her husband and she still loves him. >> why do some women like huma, why do they stay? joining us dr. robi ludwig, psychotherapist. >> that is the question of the day. >> over and over again. what is she thinking, why is she staying? why do they stay? >> i think in part she has a
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political relationship with her husband. she was invested in this relationship. they have a child together. and i think when huma first got with her husband, she thought this is like a hillary and bill situation. they're going to be a political power couple. i think the person that she married was very different than the person he turned out to be. >> that blows up and he has to resign. after he resigns he goes back to the same behavior. she comes back out in support and says "i love him." >> but did anyone believe it? this is where huma gets a lot of flak. i don't think a anyone really bought that huma forgave her husband, that they had been through therapy and they're cured. it seems like just the action she needed to take to be a political wife standing by herman. but i don't think she really felt it. she looks so angry and so
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today is saturday, july 27. i'm alisyn camerota. the same irs employees that are supposed to be enforcing obama care are looking for a path so they don't have to enroll in it. we'll explain that latest hypocrisy coming up. >> i'm mike in for tucker. imagine coming home to your house and this happens. >> come to the house and go to put my key in the lock and it doesn't work. >> a woman's house wrongfully foreclosed on. remember, when the s.w.a.t. team busted into the wrong house, remember that story? we have another one that will top that in just a bit. >> it's hard to believe anyone
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survived this train crash, but one utah teen did. >> you could feel one set of the wheels lift up. it was kind of like a roller coaster where we were only on one set of wheels. >> more on his incredible survival story next. "fox and friends" hour four starts right now, if you're keeping track at home. good morning everyone. thanks for joining us. we have a lot in store in hour, so stay tuned. a lot of news and fun. >> fun? >> yes. >> what fun? >> we have music. >> i'll put you on the spot. >> the band has arrived. >> from nashville, right? >> that's right. we'll have a band in the house. mike is in for tucker this morning. >> always fun when mike is here. a little too much fun sometimes. >> maybe so. >> anyhow, a lot of news to tell you about if you're just waking
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up. fox news alert. a deadly shooting rampage in florida leaves seven dead. police say the suspect opened fire at an apartment complex. there was standoff. when negotiations broke down, he was shot dead by a s.w.a.t. team. two hostages were rescued. among those killed, three women and three men, including the building manager and his wife. a man walking into the building across the street with his children was also killed. people aren't sure if he was targeted or hit by a stray bullet. a daughter of one of the victims a few doors down heard this all happen. >> i heard about 15 to 20 shots. so i went outside and my neighbors were screaming that my parents had been shot. >> no word on a motive at this hour. here is another fox news alert for you. you're looking live at pope francis giving mass at the cathedral of st. sebastian in rio de janeiro, brazil. this is part of the pope's first
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historic visit to latin america for world youth day. he told the clergy to go out on the streets and help the poor. a deal finally for the doctor. pakistan will reportedly free the hero doctor, shaquille afridi if the u.s. releases the terrorist. dr. afridi helped the u.s. track down osama bin laden, currently serving 33 years in pakistan. meanwhile the doctor on the left is sitting in maximum security facility in texas. she reportedly tried killing u.s. soldiers after 9/11. almost a million dollar mistake. a couple in massachusetts bought a $5.00 scratch off ticket. but forgot about it at the bottom of the trash bag. the next day they realized what they did and dug it out. to their surprise, they had won a million dollars. >> couldn't believe it at first. i kept looking at it, staring at
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it. i went in the bedroom with it and woke joanne up. check this ticket out and tell me, is this real? >> the couple decided to take the lump sum, walking away with a little more than $450,000. they plan to pay off their mortgage and other debt. everyone go check right now. >> it was a scratch-off? wouldn't you know right then you'd won. >> maybe they hadn't scratched it. >> i bet they heard on the news there was a scratch-off that was a winner. oh, we better check the trash. >> that makes sense. >> i let them sit around my house for a year at a time. >> if we see you tomorrow, we know it didn't work. >> let's check in with rick. >> the only time i ever play is when it gets to like $400 million, one of those crazy amounts. then i'll doum dump a few
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hundred bucks. not true. like about five bucks. >> is it nice out here? it's such a spectacular series in the east after the ms. rahbly hot week last week, it's great. it's cool across the plains. take a look at the weather maps. we had storms that moved across areas of the northeast this week. it brought some big storms. that's all gone. things are going to be nicer. that right there is tropical storm dorian. kind of just beginning to become a nothing of a storm. in fact, it's going to continue to dissipate. we had some thoughts that it could have an impact across areas of the u.s. later this next week. i don't think that's going to be the case. the official forecast dissipates it and that's great news for everybody across the eastern seaboard, at least from this storm. there will be more coming. that's the cold front that brought colder air across the plains. if you're headed across louisiana and towards mississippi, across i-10 and i-20, be very careful because some of those storms could cause
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quick flooding n. the southwest we're dealing for more flooding. big rains continuing this monsoon year, a pretty active year. that's great news. here are your highs. 90s across much of texas. 105 in phoenix. 68 in chicago and minneapolis. enjoy those fall temps. back to you inside. >> thanks so much, rick. well, things have turned a bit down in washington. the president trying to turn the ship lately because of all the scandals and all the attention to everything from trayvon martin to all of these other scandals that have unfolded over the past few months. the obama administration must have had some sort of a summit at camp david or something where they sat down and said, you know what? we need to get back on track. >> come up with a line that will get us -- reset the narrative back to the economy or something besides scandals. what is the line we could write? apparently somebody came up with the word phony. >> phony scandals, the invoked that phrase three times
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in the past week including this during his saturday morning address today. >> over the past couple years in particular, washington has taken its eye off the ball, an endless parade of distractions and political posturing and phony scandals, shift focus from what needs to be done. as washington prepares to enter another budget debate, the stakes could not be higher. the choices we make now will determine whether or not every america has a fighting chance in the 21st century. >> also trying to shift to the economy and talking about the new planned growth, from the middle out. that's one of the lines they came up with, growth from the middle out which sounds like some sort of reverse weight loss plan, not the smartest marketing. >> everybody is talking about what the president is saying. which ones are phony scandals? does he thinks it's benghazi, the nsa surveillance, the department of justice going after reports? >> it can't be benghazi because people died. >> agreed. they haven't said it's not
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benghazi. so it's unclear exactly what the president is referring to. >> governor mike huckabee was on the show earlier this morning tackling that exact question. which of these scandals are phony? listen. >> the phoniness is i'm really focused like a laser. this is a president who needs to get his laser fixed. for five years he's going to focus like a laser on the economy. then he goes off on gay marriage, on trayvon martin. he goes off always on something other than the economy, obama care. he gives an hour and six minute speech which god bless those poor people who had to sit behind him and hear the same rhetoric that was word for word what he was saying when he campaigned five years ago. meanwhile, as you know, the affordable care act is under fire from some groups who say they won't be able to implement it. the organization that is supposed to be the watch dog of implementation is the irs. something amazing is happening.
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the irs -- the union that governs irs employees has urged its members, meaning irs workers to write to their congress people to say that they should not be held to obama care -- >> they like their current plan. >> they want to keep their current plan. >> but that is what was promised. >> that's exactly what the president promised. >> you get to keep your plan. you get to keep your plan. we asked this question earlier on the show to an individual who was saying, look, this is ridiculous because they were out there selling this information. >> the irs. >> the unions were, not just the irs unions. they were selling and lobbying on behalf of the administration for this. >> the irs is the watch dog of obama care. that's what's so ironic. >> they are the ones who will make sure you as a business are implementing properly. charles kron hammer says this is part of the hypocrisy. >> that's not just hypocrisy.
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it's a kind of -- 1/6 of the u.s. economy, tens of thousands of regulations all invented from thin air, all kinds of ratios and decisions that are all arbitrary which we know is going to be a train wreck. of course, who escapes it? the ira among others. >> you know it's bad when the unions who were out touting it, campaigning on behalf of it are saying they want out of it. >> they've had a real change of heart and writing letters to that effect lately. >> it could be in trouble. meanwhile the man who allegedly shot at ala akbar before killing 13 at ft. hood. one cop claims he was fired for refusing to issue an excessive amount of parking tickets. quotas is what we're talking about. that cop is speaking out because he got fired four speaking out.
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welcome back. it's been nearly a year since the terror attack in benghazi that killed four americans and still no one has been held accountable. with the president possibly calling this tragedy a phony scandal, a new fox poll just out showing americans are not following the news on benghazi as closely as they once were. so is the administration's tactic working here? joining us from d.c., dan bonjean know, former secret service agent and republican candidate for maryland's sixth conditioningal district. dan, welcome to the program. >> thanks for having me. >> as a former secret service guys, there used to be a promise that if you were in trouble,
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your brothers and sisters would come to help you. it didn't happen in benghazi. >> right. there's a degree of political depravity in that. and then to call it phony, that's a sacred promise. there's a scene playing across the country, hundreds of times a day, a secret service agent, military official, fbi agent getting ready to leave home to a crying daughter and upset wife or husband, getting ready to go to a hot zone or danger zone to put his life on the line for one of our bureaucrats or political elected officials. and to be left behind and to break that sacred promise that the cavalry was going to come and rescue you when you needed it is an absolute disgrace. there's a degree of depravity in that that will take years for these folks to get past. >> part of the cavalry is the foreign emergency support team. why weren't they called? do you know if they were called and why didn't they get there sooner? >> here is the irony about the
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foreign emergency support team. this is what they do. this is their charter, to respond to foreign emergencies when our diplomats need them overseas in times of crisis. for them to not respond is the equivalent of, god forbid something would happen to the president and the secret service not responding and saying we didn't know what was going on so we kind of waited it out. the team doesn't have to be told to respond. they only have to be told where to go. the fact that this doesn't bother people, that they did not respond and some bow-tie-wearing bureaucrat likely got in their way and said, no, they'll be okay, over an eight-hour attack, is really almost sick. >> what's interesting, too, what you said there, we're losing interest in this story according to the polls. and there is an old technique called slow drip. you heard about that, dan? >> of course, yeah. the slow-drip strategy t. phony scandal and slow-drip strategy. phony scandals don't come home
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in body bags with names on them. the slow-drip strategy is to make the american people to think anyone who continues to talk about this is a zealot. what about people who genuinely care about our folks overseas who are serving and putting their lives on the line and their families lives on the linline they're people who really care. it's time to fight hard on this. don't take the company line on this. >> i would be shock if the president doesn't say, when you mean benghazi is a phony scandal? he will have to say absolutely not. that's not the scandal i'm talking about. >> notice, when he said it, he didn't say with the exception of benghazi. he said it because they're brilliant at division capital. they have no political division. getting you in the zealot card, race card box. they have no political capital to play with on this. >> dan, thanks for being with
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us. >> you bet. imagine coming home to your house and all your stuff is gone because the bank wrongfully foreclosed on you because she didn't mow her grass? that happened to one woman. you'll hear from her next. celebrities saying they won't perform in florida until stand your grand, that law is abolished. but what's going to happen when they realize millions of dollars is at stake? our next guest says it's not going to happen. ♪ [ lighter flicking ] [ male announcer ] you've reached the age where giving up isn't who you are.
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alert. new overnight, chaos in egypt. reports claim anywhere from 40 to 70 people killed in violent protests in cairo. the muslim brotherhood says security forces opened fire on pro morsi supporters. the obama administration announcing plans to transfer two terror detainees from gitmo to algeria. sources tell us here at fox all the 86 gitmo detainees will be released over the next two months. under president obama, the united states has transferred 242 prisoners out of gitmo. the last in september, 2012. here is clayton. thank you, mike. in the wake of the george zimmerman verdict, music legend stevie wonder announced he was boycotting florida until the stand your ground law was repealed. many celebrities were soon said
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to be joining stevie in his boycott. that's until they realized the millions they rake in in that state. is this another example of hollywood hypocrisy. jason matera is the author of "hollywood hypocrites." who better to ask than jason. he's joining us from redmond, washington. up early there, 6:30 in the morning. >> clayton, thanks for having me on. >> what do you think this means from stevie wonder? do you think he and these other celebrities who jumped on his coattails on this ban understand the stand your ground law and do they understand it had nothing to do with the george zimmerman verdict. >> someone needs to read to stevie wonder the stand your ground law because he's as towningly ignorant on the subject. at least he's saying he won't boycott florida and other stand
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your ground states. you have jay z accusing florida of blatant racism and saying he couldn't sleep for two days after he heard the verdict, but yet he and justin timberlake are still performing in florida which goes back to your original point which shows the solidarity with trayvon martin ends where the crease of their wallet ends. if they were willing to stake a stance against stand your ground, they have the opportunity to protest florida by pulling out from their concerts. they're not going to do that because it is going to affect their wallet. they are as toundingly ignorant. jay z, this man is so ludicrous in his observations about florida and disingenuous. he's a guy who goes to cuba of all places with his wife beyonce to celebrate their wedding anniversary. cuba, a dictatorship with racism against black cubans, but he hess not going to protest.
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>> he said he wanted to bring attention to the human rights violations in cuba. if you're banning florida, why not go to florida and try to draw attention and have an open dialogue. if you have a problem withstand your ground which again had nothing to do with the george zimmerman verdict, maybe have a dialogue about it, an open discussion about it. police departments in florida not necessarily happy withstand your ground. they believe it's hampering their ability to gather evidence in certain homicide cases. that's a legitimate discussion. >> if we're going to have a discussion and the national conversation with these celebrities, it's easy for them to do so as they employ their own personal s.w.a.t. team, clayton, to protect them 24 hours a day, wherever they go. your feelings on stand your ground aside, it's there to help protect citizens who aren't able to afford this round-the-clock protection like celebrities. it's easy for them to talk about gun control, easy for them to talk about stand your ground, but yet they have this robust personal protection. and it goes to their hypocrisy,
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but more so, unfortunately for the martin family, they're exploiting this. it's almost turned into a fad for them to jump on. and when we saw the original list of celebrities who were supposedly riding the coattails with stevie wonder, when their reps were then further questioned, they said no, no, no, we're upset with the decision and we'll maybe have a moment of silence or have a tribute to trayvon during a concert, but we're not going to really pull out. put your money where your mouth is or just kind of shut up pick one. americans are getting tired of being lectured by celebrities who are ignorant and moreover, hypocritical with their ignorance as well. >> stevie is saying he's not going to go to the 20 states that have that or the castle doctrine states. >> jason up bright and early in redmond, washington. thanks very much. >> you got it. thank you. coming up on the show, hard
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to believe anyone survived. a utah teen was al month the lucky ones. you'll hear his harrowing story from inside this speeding train in spain next. plus, who doesn't love to snack in are you choosing the healthiest options? "shape magazine" is here with their best pick of 2013 when we come back. so then the little tiny chipmunks go all the way up... ♪ [ female announcer ] when your swapportunity comes, take it. ♪ what? what? what? [ female announcer ] yoplait. it is so good. what? what? ...and a great deal. grrrr! ahhh! let's leave the deals to hotels.com. perfect! yep, and no angry bears. up to 40% off. only at hotels.com help the gulf when we made recover and learn the gulf, bp from what happened
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♪ you're listening to the lovely music of will hogue who will be treating all of us at the end of the show with a live performance. >> kind of cool when you get a big company like chevy asking you to do a theme song. >> great. up in just a second. first headlines if you're just waking up. we start with a fox news alert. a short time ago we learned the driver of this train that ran right off the track in spain killing nearly 80 people including annual american woman is being held on suspicion of negligent homicide. he is currently under arrest in his hospital room. a video monitor found the train was going more than twice the
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speed limit for that curve. we spoke to a utah survivor who was on that train. >> luggage started falling out of the racks up above us, people started falling out of their seats and you could feel the wheels leave the tracks. everyone was covered with blood, everyone was crying and screaming. i had a concussion so i wasn't thinking most clearly. i began to realize this is awful, is horrible. >> this is not the first time that stephen has cheated death. he's also a cancer survivor. the accused ft. hood shooter is speaking out exclusively to fox news. in an e-mailed statement he claims the u.s. military is at war with islam. major nadal hasan praised ala and says he regrets his years in the u.s. army. he says his service is inconsistent with his religious beliefs. hasan's court-martial is set to begin august 6. he's acting as his own attorney. ever wonder if police officers have to meet their
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quotas. one former alabama officer says his former supervisor told officers they had to have a combination of 100 arrests, warnings and tickets every month. he says he was fired for disputing the quota system. he claims it makes officers do the wrong thing. >> it forces officers to lower they standards. if you're an officer and told you have to have so many a month, you're driving around trying to get that number. you're tempted if you haven't got a ticket by the end of shift, to lax your standards and maybe make a bad case. >> auburn police deny hanner's accusations there. imagine coming home to your house and all your stuff is gone. that's what happened to this woman. >> come to the house and go to put my key in the lock and it doesn't work. they repossessed my house on accident thinking it was the house across the street. they told me the gps let them to my house.
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my grass hadn't been mowed and they just assumed. >> well, katie barnett wants the bank to give her $18,000 for the lost items. but that's not proving easy to do. they want receipts for everything. they say the items she's asking for don't match up with what the bank removed. and those are your headlines. now a look at the weather around the country. >> hey, ali. take a look at the weather maps. spectacular picture sent in to me from the benton harbor area, st. joseph by benton harbor, michigan. look at this amazing sunset across lake michigan. right now 64 degrees in st. joseph, up to a high of 66 today. so a really cool day and another cool night. keep sending me your pictures on twitter or put them on my facebook page. across the northern plains this is what it's like. we were at temps around 40 degrees in bismarck, up into the lower 50s and upper 40s for most people.
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but the next number of days are going to be cool, a really cool weekend in chicago, will start to warm up by tuesday and wednesday towards your average this time of year which is around 84. in general we've got a nice cool weekend. this is your tell presidents for the rest of the country. for the day today, 90s across the dallas area, 91 or so. 105 in phoenix. quickly, look at tropical storm flossie. this is potentially impact for hawaii by the time we get to -- flossie, you like that name? >> it sound like a waitress at a diner, flo. >> flo is coming. >> kiss my grits. you don't remember that. you're too young. do you like to snack? >> what do you think? >> throughout the show you are snacking. i am, too. the editor in large from shape magazine is here and every year they put together their best snacks, the healthiest, smartest snacks. you did it again this year. >> we did. the criteria pretty intense. everything you're seeing is 200
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calories or less, no high fructose corn sir rip, no trans fat, no more than 3.5 grams of saturated fat. >> not all snacks are created equal. almost everything has something on it that says it's healthy, high fiber, low fat. you can't believe that. >> we actually did the dirty work and all the stuff on the table here is going to be good for you. >> let's dive into the categories. best party bite, you're having people over for the super bowl. the first two, tell us about these. >> these crackers from van's. you can have 30 of these and it's only 40.5 grams of fat. >> fun chips. >> my wife loves these. >> these are awesome and are good for you? >> one serving of these has 18 grams of whole grain. that will keep you nice and full and spicy and a little salty as well. a great option for your parties. >> clayton loves to share with the crowd.
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while he's doing that. you go to work and want to bring something to work you can snack on that's healthy for you. >> yes. we all get that 3:00 p.m. slump. first we have the reduced sugar fruit snacks from welch's. these aren't just for kids. i actually really like these myself. 35% less sugar than your typical fruit snacks. good for your kids and good for the adults. >> no high fructose corn syrup. >> that's right. they have the fruit flavor as well. i'm obsessed with these. dark chocolate covered sun flower seeds. >> oh, shut up. >> you will not be able to stop. they're so good. only 100 calories for the entire packet. a great snack for work. >> all right. late night, this is the big problem. this is why -- >> this is what oprah always says, don't eat past bedtime. >> you're sassy today. >> this is actually when you want a dessert. cookies, gluten free from jenny
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bakes, one cookie has 3.5 grams of fat. it tastes like home made. >> orville red den backer as well. >> if you like sweet and savory popcorn, 2/3 cup is your serving size. >> at the end of your gym, this bar. >> that has 13 grams of protein in one bar. beef jerky also a great source of protein after your workout. >> go to "shape magazine" to see the entire list. >> how are the sun chips, good? >> yes. >> thanks a lot. a family in texas gets an unwelcome surprise in their back yard. >> sounded like a gunshot. >> but it was no gunshot. it was part of an airplane. >> the nose. the singer behind the new chevy commercial called strong. today will houge is performing live in studio for us. but first let's check in with
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david for a look at what's coming up on the business block. hey, guys. good morning. the push to hike the minimum wage going nationwide. is that going to maximize jobs or send more jobs pack? the white house repeatedly calling washington scandals fake and phony when the irs is targeting groups for political briefs, are taxpayers buying the new white house line? forget about the nsa. should something in the new health care law have you worried about your privacy even more? you want to avoid the pat-downs at the airport, all you have to do is pay up. the cost of freedom is at the top of the hour. we'll see you then. why? because selling their funds makes them more money. which makes you wonder -- isn't that a conflict? search "proprietary mutual funds." yikes! then go to e-trade. we've got over 8,000 mutual funds, and not one of them has our name on it. we're in the business of finding the right investments for you. e-trade. less for us. more for you. the fund's prospectus contains its investment objectives, risks, charges, expenses, and other important information and should be read and considered carefully before investing.
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back with the fox news alert. something happening not far from where i am right now. the u.s. coast guard is out on the hudson river looking for two missing boaters. there are reports it's a bride-to-be and the best man and her bridal party. they went missing after their boat hit a construction barge late last night.
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police spoke a short time ago about their efforts. >> obviously the entire area will have to be searched today. the tide obviously changes as time goes by. so we will obviously have units checking both the shoreline and the area out in the river. >> four other people were hurt including the groom-to-be. a family in texas gets an unwanted surprise in their back yard. >> like a gunshot. it sounded like a gunshot. >> it was no gunshot. it was the nose cone of an airplane. it fell from the sky and landed right on their barbecue grill. the air force confirms it came from a c-17 after a, quote, unquote, in-flight mishap. fortunately nobody was hurt and there was minimal damage and no burgers were damaged. clayton? >> thanks so much. the army relies on the best and most sophisticated intelligence program to fight the enemy. what if the system they're using does not work?
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a program called dcgsa is supposed to show our soldiers realtime intelligence on the battlefield. it carries a $10 billion price tag. critics say it does not work as promised. joining me is congressman duncan hunter, a member of the house armed services committee and a former major in the united states marine corps. thanks for being here. >> good morning. >> so you are concerned about the program. tell us what your concerns are. >> well, the concerns are that right now when the military is slashing and burning all of its programs, they don't have enough money to keep enough people in the army infantry units. you don't have enough money to keep a second aircraft carrier in the arabian gulf. they're spending billions of dollars on an in-house pentagon software plm that could be easily, easy bested and replicated by civilian companies, companies like google, companies that are in sorrento valley doing this all the time, can do it for a lot
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cheaper and do it a lot better than government workers. >> so is your concern just the price tag? because we have had guests on. a couple weeks ago we had major general harold greene along with an army sergeant on who said that for their money dsgs works well. they say it's working just fine. take a listen to them and i'll get you to respond. >> i've used it in the field, used it in afghanistan. it worked for me. i've received national level intelligence down to the battalion level which we've used to roll up high valued individuals. getting them off the battlefield has resulted in lives being saved. >> the sergeant says it works well for him. have you heard otherwise? >> absolutely. i've been in afghanistan and walked into the intelligence centers and seen software like palentire being used.
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i said where is dsgs? it's over in the corner. wet don't use it. the army is telling me, guys that sneak into my office because they don't want to be recognized by their army colleagues and peers to say it does not save lives, in fact, it hinters them from performing at the best of their operational capability and they use off-the-shelf software that's a lot cheaper that does save lives. of course the army is going to say their product works. they spent billions on it already. this is like the irs saying they didn't do anything wrong, like the state department saying there's no benghazi coverup. the army is going to say what the army is ordered to say by higher-up army generals and officials. they aren't going to come out and say this bill eun dollar program doesn't work or is easily bested by an off-the-shelf competitor made in palo alto or san francisco where people do this every day and that's their job. the reality is that government programs can't compete with off-the-shelf commercial programs, especially when it
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comes to software. we have the brightest minds in the world in silicon valley and in san francisco doing these things for big companies, big banks, big corporations. that's what we need to be using in the military. it would be a lot cheaper, a lot more effective and most importantly it will save lives on the ground in afghanistan. >> in fact, you tried to make the point to general odierno in one of the committee hearings you were holding. you ended up having a testy exchange. let's see if we can play that for our viewers for a moment. >> gaps in the capability -- >> we have more capability today in our intelligence than we've ever had. when i was a division commander in 2003 a company commander today with dcgs had 20 times the capability as what i had as a division commander in 2003. our intel organization has moved forward greatly. >> what's your response very quickly. >> number one, general odierno is about seven feet tall.
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imagine having him yell at you. number two, the iphone didn't come out until 2007. there was no iphone. seems like we've had the iphones for forever. iphones came out in 2007. for someone to say that what we have now is 20 times better than we had in 2003, what we have now should be about a thousand times better than what we had in 2003. there were no smart phones in 2003, no wi-fi or sat phones. there was no software. that just shows you the inability for the big army to understand software and what we're dealing with. >> we are light years ahead and our army should have the benefit of that. congressman duncan hunter, thanks for coming in to talk to us about this. keep us posted on what happens. >> thank you. the patriotic commercial everyone is talking about. that song you hear sang by our next guest, will houge. he's performing next in our studio. my name is mike and i quit smoking. chantix... it's a non-nicotine pill.
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