tv Fox and Friends Sunday FOX News March 27, 2016 3:00am-7:01am PDT
good morning, everyone. happy easter. it's the 25th -- 27th of march 2016. i'm anna kooiman. we need to get to the fox news alert. tragedy strikes an american family this holiday weekend. two u.s. citizens now among the dead in the brussels airport bombing as we get the brand-new details on the men behind that terror attack. breaking news from bernie sanders. >> get ready for a news alert. [ cheers and applause ] we just won the state of washington. >> and not just won, crushed it.
and not just in washington. sanders swept three states overnight putting super delegates on notice. we'll bring you the latest. her heart was stopped for nearly ten minutes and then she came back to life. the woman who said she went to heaven and back. here to share her story this easter sunday because he is risen and mornings with better with "friends." >> and you'll be waking up and going to church today and hearing he is risen. he is risen indeed. >> that's right. >> indeed. good morning. >> good morning. >> happy easter. great to see you both. >> pete hegseth in the house. happy easter. we want you to send in your family photos today. we would love to see them and we'll share them too. >> but first, we want to get to
a fox news alert because there's a lot going on this easter morning. >> americans identified as the shults were killed in the brussels airport bombings. >> this as prosecutors charge three terrorists connected to the deadly attacks. >> and we learn brand-new details about the so called man in white. fox news senior affairs correspondent greg palkot has the latest on this story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, folks. yeah. it's a sad easter sunday here in brussels. a small group of people gathered at the memorial behind us as yet we're learning more new important information about the investigation into the deadly attacks this week. police think they could have the other airport bomber t man seen in white in that surveillance picture with two other suicide bombers. it's believed he has fled the scene, it's believed his name is faycal cheffou. he had claimed to be a
journalist, and he is charged among other things with terrorist murder. two others were arrested as well. possibly accomplices. sadly, we can confirm two more americans were killed, 30-year-old justin shults and 29-year-old stephanie, his wife. they were both from kentucky. they both worked for countries here and they loved to explore europe, traveling. they were in fact at the airport probably going off on another trip. in fact, when the bomb blew, there were others there as well, of course 31 dead. with the shults we believe there are at least four americans dead in this tragedy. now, there are also 12 americans injured. the total -- 31 dead, 270 injured. we're learning more about those injuries. many of them with serious burns. many had their eardrums burst. it must have been deafening inside that metro when the bombs
blasted. there was a march and a demonstration against terrorism here behind us, but it was cancelled at the last minute. government officials are too busy investigating and the organizers complied. but again as we see in the scene behind us, i'll step away and the cameraman pierre can zoom in. a small group of people gathered there looking at the flowers, looking at the messages and the flags. 40 nationalities involved in the dead and the injured here. being remembered on this sad, sad easter sunday in brussels. back to you guys. >> greg palkot, thanks a lot. when we get to the american response to what, so europe has been flooded over the past 12 months with more than 2 million refugees from the syrian civil war. the president of the united states barack obama in his radio address yesterday explained that in response to this, the
americans has a moral response to let them into our country. here's part of what he said. >> as we move forward in this fight question to wield another weapon alongside the air strikes and in's the power of our example. our openness to refugees fleeing isil's violence, our determination to win the battle against isil's propaganda and radicalizing the young muslims to their cause. >> this has become the standard barack obama response. a little bit about the war. he says a relentless air campaign which has been anything but relentless. then immediately turns to we need to be open, we can't stigmatize american muslims which most americans don't do at all. they want a strategy that works. even though they have infiltrated the migrants in europe, we should be more open here to more migrants. so tone deaf to what i think -- >> so this is the most perverse
anti-american thing i have ever heard from a american president. he doesn't explain why we have a moral obligation, how it will fit the country, how it fits into the fight against isis, but we have to do it and it's our fault and we're bigots if we don't. >> i think he's tugging up on our heart strings and is there a way to do that abroad rather than here on american soil? why not have safe zones as we had many propose in the weeks following all of these terrorist attacks. your heart goes out to the people who are living in iraq and syria who are in this -- in the chaos, in war torn zones. but i mean, come on. after you have seen what happened in paris two of the suicide bombers, they allegedly came in with a flood of syrian refugees? is that a good idea? >> the united states has helped more people, we have let in more people than any other nation in the world. he's making the case is that in
order to fight isis we need to let in more refugees. >> and what safeguard? >> i don't get it. look at the chaos in europe. any normal person says, whoa, this is an immigration problem, why do we want a part of that? >> it's triggered a vigorous discussion on the campaign trail, amongst donald trump and ted cruz there's a lot of talk and trump had a new foreign policy slogan as to what his response would be like. he said i'm not isolationist, but i'm america first. we have been disrespected, mocked an ripped off for years. we'll be friendly with everybody, but won't be taken advantage of by anybody. this is in response to attacks, but also ted cruz has been relentless after those attacks in trying to define trump as bei being isolationist. >> this is something that trump
has in the latest book. but he talked yesterday about how the idea of boycotting oil from saudi arabia would be a good idea. unless they provide troops or funds to fight isis. saudi arabia was without the cloak of american protection he say, i don't think it would be around. he said that in the new york times. >> well, that is true. it's a new slogan, but also an old slogan, america first, goes back 80 years to the second world war. obviously, most people would agree with this, we should get something back. we should acknowledge that 70 years of a peaceful europe and disarmed germany, we have gotten sothing out of it. >> we didn't know what we'd get after the post world war ii investment. >> yeah. we provided for all the decades but we have got something back. >> you're right. it's on balance a good thing, but what does that look like in the world of international terror. >> breaking overnight, bernie sanders winning big in three states. washington, alaska and hawaii. let's look at the numbers in
washington state. 72.7% of the vote went to bernie sanders. 27.1% to hillary clinton. >> and in alaska, 81% bernie. huge number, 18% hillary. >> and in hawaii, 70 to bernie, 29 to hillary. these are unbelievable numbers and the obvious take away, oh, he's just a joke, he's a boutique candidate, really? why can't she put this guy away. he's an elderly socialist who honeymooned in the soviet union. she's got the most backing ever, what is going on here? >> let's look at the numbers as far as the delegate count though. clinton almost doubles, 1,703 to sanders 985. that's without hawaii. >> but can we put that on that screen. look at the shading on the graphs. the top part of hillary's, dark blue. those are super delegates. those are elected officials who haven't participated in the
process at all. they just decided they're for hillary. there's nothing democratic about it. >> in the democratic party, you're going this is not fair. my vote should count as much as it -- >> look at the super delegates. it's a 300 delegate race without the super delegates, between the two. >> exactly. >> when you're up 75/25 in some of the states red alarm. the only thing that hillary has going for her the old guard. the republican party is in chaos but the democratic party is on the brink of chaos. >> yeah. on to other stories making headlines now. starting with news overnight of war torn syria, the ancient city of palmyra is under control of the syrian government. and overnight siege by russian backed syrian troops forcing isis fighters to retreat. it is considered a major blow for the terror army. palmyra is home to roman era
ruins which isis destroyed. much of the war propaganda purposes during the comb -- occupation. and three people shot outside a tampa brewery. jose rodriguez was responding to reports of two men in separate cars and all three traded the bullets. both suspect died from their wounds and officer rodriguez was airlifted and is expected to survive. his bulletproof vest saved his life. pope francis delivering a message of faith. tens of thousands enduring tight security following the brussels attack. his sermon called for finding light in a time of darkness. those are your headlines. good to see you, rick. >> happy easter. you look love live and easter-like. two of you. >> i know.
i'm going to bring you an easter tie. you don't want it, i know. here's your temperature, it doesn't feel like spring or easter. look at the chilly temps in the rockies and the western states. we'll be warmer across east, however, we have the showers and the cloudy conditions in the south. especially right now the rain is all across the immediate coast. later on today it moves to the north. then we have two little systems spinning here across the central part of the country bringing snow across parts of kansas. that's kind of the colder end of the storm and in the west you're going to be looking great. the southwest looking beautiful as you head out. temperature wise, as you plan your day, nice and warm across the mississippi valley. along with the warmth comes the chance for some severe weather. we'll have some rough go right here and it's primarily going to be some strong winds and some hail. not as much of a tornado threat, can't rule it out. but severe weather to be had across the mississippi river valley.
>> thanks, rick. >> you bet. well, are isis fighters sneaking into this country from mex? some say yes. that's just ahead. a surprise from the sky. what was it and where did it come from? sales event is on. with extraordinary offers on the stylish, all-new rx... and the dynamic nx. ♪ this is the pursuit of perfection. twell what if i told you that peanuts can work for you? that's right. i'm talking full time delivery of 7 grams of protein and 6 essential nutrients. ever see a peanut take a day off? i don't think so. harness the hardworking power of the peanut.
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unseltsling link between money being sent from abroad to smugglers in mexico. the investigation coming after six middle eastern men were arrested cross into the border into arizona. joining us now is arizona attorney general, and his report released -- his office released that report and he has some of the more shocking findings. attorney general, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> what are the most shocking numbers in this report? >> we had a meeting with the mexican counterparts here in arizona. we had a broad, vigorous discuss on what we have seen and what we have been able to identify in southern mexico, that is the number one transport point of money coming from the middle east into mexico and then the second highest activity is here along the border between arizona and mexico where we're seeing money being transferred from the
middle east into mexico and into the southern united states. >> so what we saw on the screen are a number of people lines or smuggling routes that you have identified through the report. different avenues of approach to the southern border. you say it comes back to the money. the money trail. who's it going to? >> that's the heart of the problem. because we know that money is coming in. is it being paid to pay the smugglers, the coyotes? is it being used for other purposes? we don't know. because obviously it's cash. it's coming in. these are wire transfers so we don't know what's happening. like i said is this for human tracking or human smuggling purposes, something more nefarious, they're supporting folks who come over here to do us harm? i'm a product of immigration, i'm a first generation american, but this is a national security issue, not an immigration issue. >> absolutely. a porous border is a national
security issue. where is the money coming from? >> i don't want to get into too much because we have several active investigations going on, but these are countries i will say that don't always want good things for the united states or where we have been recently involved militarily or where we know that there are folks fleeing from some of the wars that are going on, the civil wars going on in the middle east. >> sure. based on open source reporting, it looked like afghanistan and pakistan, other countries in the middle east like you said with some difficult backgrounds. money making going to mexico and smuggling. what's your sense of the intentions of the people? the president says we need to be open to more migrants. are they fleeing the war zone? >> well, the problem is that they're breaking law coming into the country. and it should cause all of us concern when we don't know who's coming in, or why they're coming in. as we saw in the recent attacks
in paris or brussels, they have gone to the middle east for training and they mean us ill will, they want to do us harm. we need to make sure we're doing everything we can to find out who these people are. and what ultimately they're up to. >> either way they're breaking the law in the way they're entering this country and paying people to help them do it. arizona attorney general, thank you for joining us this morning and for your report. >> thank you. well, her heart was stopped for nearly ten minutes. then suddenly she came back to life. the woman who says she went to heaven and stood before god, and coming back to earth is here to share her powerful story this morning. i'd like to make a dep-- vo: it happens so often, you almost get used to it. we got this. vo: which is why being put first
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some quick headlines on an easter morning. four black hawk helicopters now assisting the fight against the biggest wildfire in the history of the state of kansas. over 620 square miles had been charred so far between kansas and oklahoma. since the fire broke out on tuesday, at least six homes have been destroyed and there's just over 35% contained so far. and then an ice cold surprise for one car dealership in pennsylvania. a mysterious chunk of ice fell from the sky and smashed a new car. they heard a whistling sound before it shattered the windshield. experts suspect the ice came from the airplane flying overhead that broke loose. anna? >> all right, thanks so much.
in 2009, crystal mcdays heart stopped beating for nine minute, she said she went to heaven and stood with god. her best seller "waking up in heaven" was a hit and now she has another book called "chasing heaven." joining me is the author herself and thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> well, having this amazing experience going to heaven, how does that resonate with you this morning on such a significant day like easter? >> i couldn't have picked a more significant day to come and talk about the love of the god that i met. you know, the whole experience that i had in heaven was centered around the fact that not only does god love us, but he is love. and when i came back, the thing i struggled with the most was that i wanted to still be with him. and yet, here i was, you know, on earth. but what he showed me was that every time we experience love, we're experiencing him.
it became a miraculous journey of all the places we began to find god and heaven right here on earth. >> yeah. the beauty and the earth and the glory in the sky, all that. seeing him in the sunset. facing the sunrise and the sunset. for people who aren't familiar with your initial book, tell us the story. you were in the hospital with pancreatitis, what happened? >> i was a mom, a schoolteacher, i had four children. i woke up with pancreatitis and i went into respiratory arrest. while they performed cpr i st d stood -- i call it the gates of heaven but i stood in the presence of god. and it changed me to the core of who i was. >> well, you say you struggled with being here on earth when you came back. >> right. >> you know, only handful of people have had experiences like you were, they were able to come back and tell the story. so many of us have been on mission trips, you go on a youth retreat or something. you have a mountaintop
experience you're on fire for christ and you bet back to your normal life. did that happen to you at all? >> it did. and here's what i learned is that that's where god places us around each other. you know, when we go on to the streets with the homeless and my husband who served in the army, he puts his arm around a vet that's sleeping on the streets, you see that love, you see christ right there in the midst of that. my girlfriend who took her foster children in -- who tucks her foster children into bed every night, you see christ. he outstretched his arms, he welcomed the jew and the gentile, the righteous and the unrighteous. around we have been chasing him our entire lives. and that's what i love about this journey, is that i didn't have to die. you don't have to die right now and go to heaven to experience god. he's right here among us. >> i'm sure you have had some skeptics who will refute your story. what do you say to them? >> this is the only thing i can
say, i can't make you believe that this happened to me any more than you can make me believe it didn't. >> why should we buy your book? how will it transform us? >> i laugh and say that all proceeds to the book are going into strip clubs and under bridges to drug addicts and the homeless and that's the true. the beautiful places that god sends us into are now are the ones that i thought were the darkest and dirtiest before and that's the transformation that happens. when we can see the beauty of god in all things here. >> you can see the biggest changes. crystal, thanks. the book is called "chasing heaven." >> happy easter. here's what's coming up on the show. getting drunk on a plane, never a good idea. especially when you're the pilot. uh-oh. and president obama says he can't let terrorists disrupt or daily lives but donald trump says we need to fight back. >> it's very hard to be successful in beating someone
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♪ ♪ wake me up before you go go happy easter, everybody. some of the viewers are showing us their holiday pictures. amy sent in madison and lucy. her first time dyeing easter eggs. >> and the kids are all dressed up. bunnies. >> in a basket. >> and i think we've -- these are my little nuggets last night at my parent's house making easter eggs. they're pastel, you know? they went to church last night. they're going to church this morning as well. >> double church.
>> double church for the kids. always. >> i love that. >> you should have done the -- the t-shirts -- >> they were not impressed. >> with our artistic skills. >> thank you, tucker. >> e-mail us at email@example.com. we'll share them over the next 3 1/2 hours. on this sunday, an american airlines pilot is detained for failing a breathalyzer test. a passenger was able to snap these photos from the plane. officials had to cancel the flight out of detroit and move everybody to another flight to philadelphia. the co-pilot was released from custody when his alcohol levels dropped. the pilots are not allowed to drink eight hours before takeoff. and a 12-vehicle pileup on a kentucky bridge sent a car plummeting into the ohio river. it's all caught on surveillance camera. watch closely. you can see the car nosediving right off the bridge in campbell county. this happened on march 15th. crews finally pulling the car
from the river this weekend. the man's body was found inside. rescue efforts were delayed due to strong river currents and the man's name will not be released until the autopsy is performed. robert de niro pulling a controversial film from the tribeca film festival after initially defending it. it's from the cover-up -- a cover-up to conspiracy and it links vaccines to autism. >> and they slice and diced the data in an effort to get rid of that effect. >> oh, my god, i can not believe we did what we did. >> well, he has a son with autism and says the film is no longer contributing to a productive discussion. a majority of science in the film has been discredited. and on the battlefields of afghanistan, they were inseparable. until tragedy struck. both dog and the man were injured by the bomb.
they both received purple hearts. now months later, rocky and his best friend are together again after an emotional reunion. the recognition instantaneous. both are headed back to work at ft. hood very soon. and those are your headlines. they don't forget. >> no, they don't. ever. rick reichmuth doesn't forget either. he has a memory like an elephant. >> good morning, a little chilly out. >> yeah. for s chilly. you have to keep the coats on unfortunately. next week, starting around a week from now, there's really cold air that comes back across the eastern part of the country. so keep your coats out. you don't want to put them away just yet. sorry to tell you, be forearmed. severe weather. where you see the yellow the biggest chance for severe weather, indiana, over to ohio, parts of kentucky and illinois. we had thought it would be further to the south and now it's trending to the north.
mostly damaging wind and hail. we could see an isolated tornado on two though. just watch. if you're out this afternoon and into the overnight hours as well. temperaturewise this morning, still chilly out there. not a perfect day unfortunately for sunrise services. where we see the warmer temperatures we have rain going on there. that's the case across the parts of the south. continue to see the threat for flooding in throughout southern georgia and in towards the coastal areas of the carolinas. some spots can pick up two to three inches and quick downpours. more sunshine across the central plains but a chilly day in denver. 47. much of the southwest remaining sunny and warm. you'll cool down this week. back to you inside. >> well, thank you, rick. well, the president hitting the golf course this weekend. of course he would after coming under fire for sticking to his trip schedule following the brussels attacks. dancing, golfing, having great time. the president insists the terrorists win if me doesn't do what he wants.
is this the right response? joining us is boris epstein, kristen tate and ryan gerdowsky. great to see you. ryan, do the terrorists win if the president doesn't get to golf? >> no, it would be the greatest thing for the president to respond in a more pragmatic way than saying we believe in freedom and plurality and secularism and these are policies to fight for. he's not doing that and that's a void being left open for the presidential candidates and you can see it in trump and you see it in -- well, less in clinton, but -- >> you see it in bernie sanders. all this whole race is a reaction of course against obama. nobody says that. but it seems true to me. i know you're not allowed to they golfing and dancing after a terror attack is arrogant and stubborn but it does.
>> he did the wave at the baseball game with castro, then he tangoed in argentina. that was his response. he gave 51 seconds to addressing the brussels attack when he gave his speech in cuba. 51 seconds. and he did it in -- in a way that made it seem he didn't want to be talking about it. this is our president. do you remember after 9/11 what the u.k. did? they played the national anthem outside of the queens palace. that was a beautiful moment. this was brussels' 9/11 and he couldn't care less. >> boris, like a lot of my favorite people you're an immigrant to this country, pro immigration. why does the brussels terror attack require us to bring in tens of thousands -- maybe hundreds of thousands of syrian refugees? why is that a national response? it seems demented. >> it seems like using a horrible event for a liberal, crazy benefit and that's what obama is doing. he's had a -- you have a lame duck president acting like a lame duck president for seven or eight years this. this is terrible.
the scene of him doing the wave, dancing, now golfing, american people want to be comforted, right? they want to be comforted and not being told, because this is happening in europe, we need to bring the refugees here. we have seen what it happened to europe, belgium, germany. it seems like there's an ulterior motives. >> i don't want americans want to be lectured by their supercilious president. this is the result of your being a free america. that's the message. ryan to the democratic race which is pretty unbelievable all of a sudden. bernie sanders swept three states. and not just one, now of course they're proportional on the democratic side. by like 80% in the case of washington, alaska and hawaii the other two. by huge, huge margins. why can't hillary put this man away? >> because hillary has no message she cease running on -- i mean, they're slamming obama.
she's running as if george bush is still in the white house. and she really has no new ideas. and no one believes her. she lacks authenticity. she lacks a demeanor that says that she's going to change things for the next eight years. i know a lot of democrats, i'm from new york city, and i know a lot of democrats none of them besides the older ones who are more establishment are for hillary. >> of course. that's the thing. if you look at the number, the democratic voters under 30, i mean, some states two weeks ago it was 90% for bernie sanders. so we spent all of this time, kristen, looking at the drama on the republican side which is real. but the democratic side seems ripe for a similar kind of revelation right now. >> bernie is hillary's little annoying attack chihuahua. he won't get in the way of the nomination, only the fbi can at this point. but i will say he will make it harder for hillary in the general election because bernie has this rabid passion behind
her -- his campaign. hillary has not done that. all the bernie supporters won't be excited to show up for hillary at the poll. i see the millennial posts about bernie. i see people saying, hey, even in this man doesn't get the nomination i'm going to write in bernie on my ballot. >> well, i think a lot of people feel that way. >> all the millennials. >> boris, they're close. within 300 delegates. >> right. >> so why would the democratic party have super delegates which are obviously the fence -- against the idea of democracy? >> this was a commission in the ' 80s to say we'll have the super delegates who are elected officials and the crazy people who nobody knows who they are and they can swing their allegiances.
but those people on dime can turn. you don't know what's going to happen. >> as a hedge against the will of the people, we'll have the super delegates. thank you, you'll be back later on in show. when a would-be thief tried to rob a store at knife point he didn't expect the cashier to put up a fight or the good samaritans waiting for him outside. those two heroes will be here live. then atheists love to call the bible a book of fiction, but robert jeffress says there's plenty in it they don't want to share with you. don't let dust and allergies get between you and life's beautiful moments. with flonase allergy relief, they wont. most allergy pills only control one inflammatory substance.
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we've got some quick tech headlines for you this morning. good morning. google is stepping up the g-mail and this is in addition to the existing warnings. the move comes after they backed backing apple in its fight with the fbi. and netflix admits to sending lower quality streaming video to verizon and at&t mobile users for the past five years. it's throttling video band width as a courtesy because customers want slower internet service and they want to save money and protect them from exceeding the monthly data limits. easter celebrations, the resurrection of jesus, but what are the facts behind the story as old as christianity itself? >> here is the senior pastor,
dr. robert jeffress. >> happy easter. >> today we're tasking you with proving that jesus rose from the dead. first up, you have fact number one is eyewitness accounts. something that the apostle paul wrote about. >> that's right. you know, the bible claims that over 40-year period of time, over 500 people saw the resurrected christ and that they actually list the names of some of those who saw christ. i know people say, how do you know the bible is telling the truth? just suppose that today a book was written that claimed three days after ronald reagan's funeral june 11, 2004, he rose from his grave in simi valley and appeared to 500 people and it lifted the people. that book would be laughed off the shelves. it wouldn't survive a first printing and yet the bible has endured for 2,000 years because of its credibility. >> and pastor, on top of that, you said once that occurred and the 500 did see him, that it led to some changes that you don't
normally see. >> that's right. there were extraordinary changes in social customs over a short period of time. within five weeks of the alleged resurrection of jesus, you had 10,000 jews in jerusalem who suddenly gave up the most cherished beliefs, 1400 years of religion to follow this new religion, of a rabbi named jesus. something big must have happened, that was the resurrection of jesus from the dead. >> and then the pentecost. you point to the empty tomb. >> right. that's the most compelling evidence. you know, our friend bill o'reilly said it hasn't been found. the body was stolen. but think about this, who stole the body? the roman and the jewish officials they had no motivation to. they wanted to keep that body in the grave so there wasn't a
claim of resurrection. and others hardly had the courage of the roman guard of the 16 men who protected the grave. jesus rose from the dead as he said he would. >> all right, pastor robert jeffress, happy easter to you. thanks for joining us on "fox & friends." >> thank you. a couple of books for viewers out there, i read in college that are on thefaith" a for christ." they're great. >> i remember reading the same in college had weather cwhen co same topics. learning about the historical geez us is had helpful. when a would-be thief tried to rob a man, he didn't expect a takedown. ♪
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hi, friends. happy easter. good morning. whether a would-be thief tries to rob a miami store at knifepoint, he doesn't expect the cashier to put up a fight or the good samaritans outside. >> the suspect bolted from the shop after realizing he wouldn't get the $100 he demanded. two bystanders heard the cashier yelling for help. chased him down and tackledand s arrive. the two local heroes joining us now. danny, jimmy, thanks for joining us this morning. >> good morning. >> good morning. happy easter. >> it's an honor. >> happy easter to both of you. certainly, compelling footage there, did you have any idea
what was going on? you were standing outside, set the scene for us a little bit. >> well, we were outside in jimmy's car actually, taking a break, sitting down after coming out of the store. and it was quite surreal. the bandit came out, the robber, with a mask on his face. muhammad, the owner, said, he robbed me with a knife, put it to my neck. jimmy bolted out of the driver's side, and i left the passenger side. it was instinct, first nature to go for it. >> just boom, boom. jimmy, how about you? what made you decide to take action? i think if i was in the situation i would have gone, maybe i'll call 911. i wouldn't have jumped in to apprehend the suspect. what made you jump in? >> i heard a friend ask for help. we saw muhammad, we had just left the store. he screamed help, he robbed me, catch him. so i looked at danny and said,
come o let's go. i jumped out, and we chased him down. we wanted the neighborhood, a couple of our wives' friend -- friends' wives were there. we knew that this guy would be back. we wanted to hold him until police got there. >> helping a friend. >> yeah. he said -- use said in your statement, too, a member of the community you want to help out. you think about the fact this guy's got a knife. you talk about instinct. it looked like a heck of a takedown. have you done something like this before? >> years ago. in football. >> a little gridiron training. >> how thankful was the owner that you helped him out? >> he was really appreciative. you don't realize what's going on until it's over. then it got over, everybody was safe. the police came. they did a great job. the city was right there. they got -- they got the person, they took him away. no one was hurt. we got a bad guy off the street.
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hillary clinton. bernie sanders sweeping three states overnight, and putting superdelegates on the notice. we've got the latest. then, calling all counselors. the emory university students who flipped out over trump chalk drawings on campus may need an extra session this morning. we've got the latest sketches that will have them cowering. mornings better with friends on this special morning. and we start out with a fox news alert. americans identified. authorities confirming missing kentucky couple stephanie and jason shultz were killed in the brussels airport bombing. >> this as police across europe rounded up five suspects overnight connected to the deadly attacks. >> we're learning new details on the so-called man in white. you remember him from this video. fox news foreign affairs
correspondent has the latest from brussels. greg, what can you tell us? >> reporter: happy easter to you and our viewers. it's cloudy here, but it's not keeping people from the terror attacks behind us. this as we're learning more about breaks in the investigation this week. police think they have the other airport bomber, the man seen in white in this surveillance photo with two other suicide bombers. it was thought he fled the scene. luckily his bomb in his suitcase didn't go off. they think his name is fay as -- faysal cheffouri. he is charged with terrorist murder. sadly, it's been confirmed two american americans have been killed. 30-year-old justin shultz and his wife, 29-year-old stephanie. from tennessee and country
respectively. both loved exploring europe. we're learning that they were at the airport to drop off their mother who had visited for a week. she safely got through security. can you imagine what it was like for her? maybe she was at a duty-free shop and hears a huge explosion coming from the departure side of the terminal, and she knows her loved ones are there. terrible. along with two unidentified americans we learn good that were killed on friday -- learned about that were killed on friday, bring it to four americans killed. 31 killed, 270 injured including 12 americans injured. many suffering severe burns. many literally had their eardrums blown out -- especially in the metro. that blast must have been deafening. one more note about the investigation. it is expanding european-wide. we learned of another arrest today in italy. a man there thought to be tied to the attacks here and in paris. and apparently his job was smuggling in the terrorists using the massive refugee flow
coming from syria and turkey. so yet another danger. i'm going to step aside as we close out and show you the scene here. the organizers of a paris -- of an anti-terror march and demonstration had to heed the call of the government officials today. they said do not have it today. we're too busy with the investigation. too good with the security. we can't have it. so there is no formal march. informally, even on this easter sunday, hundreds and hundred of people coming out to pay their respects. back to you guys. >> greg, thank you very much. i was reading an interview with a doctor who was treating some of the victims there, who was a former military doctor. he said the injuries were consistent with, you know, the bombs and shrapnel and all of that that he's experienced in war zones. seeing it on women and children was just even harder. >> it's just horrible. there's only one reason it's happening. this is the legacy of 50 years of europe's immigration policy and the refugee resettlement policy from the middle east. i don't think anybody doubts
that. the president of the united states, barack obama, in his radio address yesterday said our response, the american response to what just happened in belgium, needs to be more resettlement of refugees from the middle east. here's part of what he said -- >> as we move forward in this fight, we have to wield another weapon alongside our air strikes, our military, and our counterterrorism work and our diplomacy. and that's the power of our example. our openness to refugees fleeing isil's violence, our determination to win the battle against isil's hate and violent propaganda, a distorted view of islam that aims to radicalize young muslims to their cause. >> i don't think there's anything more harmful you could do to america, i really don't. i think this is the last lesson any normal person would draw from what happened in brussels. i don't understand this. it almost seems calculated to make the country weaker. >> also in paris. two of the suicide bombers reportedly came in falsely, under false pretenses, with a
flood of syrian immigrants. we heard that isis has passport printing machines. how are you even sure the documents they have are correct? >> it's a european-wide jihadist network. they've expanded the migrant crisis. we did a segment about the southern border being exploited pie folks from the middle east with who knows what nefarious intentions. yet our president time and time again breaches e preach-- preact our sins and says to let in refugees who are not properly vetted, while playing the threat of terrorism. saying we've had military expert on after military expert. >> americans are, compassionate. we want to help. these people are victims. we want to help them. is there a better way, is there a better way than bringing them to american soil? >> some are, of course. it's a tragic situation in syria for sure. why is every terror attack an opportunity to lecture america on its moral shortcomings? look, the president has one main
job. that's to protect the country. there's no way to argue that letting in tens of thousands of syrian refugees is protecting the country. it's just -- that doesn't make sense. >> no. he's going to something, he ideologically believes in. >> protecting the country is not just one -- >> the terror attacks in paris and belgium, remember the mob that was going on -- >> of course. >> some were asylum seekers. >> the discussion has created a firestorm of discussion on the republican side, amongst candidates. donald trump and ted cruz both obviously going after the obama administration, bawls at each other on -- but also at each other on what it should look like. this is what donald trump said in "the new york times," "i'm not an isolationist, but i am america first. we've been disrespected, mocked, and ripped off for many, many years by people that were smarter, secluder, tougher.
we're going to be friendly with everybody, but we're not going to be taken advantage of by anybody." this in response to ted cruz criticizing him for being an isolationist, saying he wants to retreat from the world. there is donald trump's way of fighting back. >> when you agree with his proposals, withdrawing from nato, the net effect is saying i care about the country, that's the first order of business. should be for any u.s. president. i think trump is doing well in spite of a not very-one-run campaign because of the message. >> according to the dallas cowboys 21 trillion debt we have and saying that bad decisions has led to that helps, as well. >> a great message. the question is, what does it look like? >> i completely agree. if you compare it to the preside president, more refugees. look what happened yesterday on the democratic side. bernie sanders is still in the race. boy, is he. there were three states up yesterday -- washington, alaska, and hawaii. bernie beat hillary clinton by all three, by massive, weirdly
huge margins. >> a commanding 70 and 70 and 80%. wow. >> absolute shellacking. >> what does this mean? hillary clinton's got every democratic officeholder in the world, massive war chest, can't put this guy away? >> she's got the superdelegates that have pledged, too. let's look at where we stand. you see the dark blue shaded area on hillary clinton's side. the superdelegates. if you take those away, the lines look even. >> you heard about 1,237. on the republican side, they need 2,383. you take that dark piece away, they're only 250, 300 apart with big states to come where bernie feels he has advantages. it's a much tighter race. superdelegates are going to -- ok'd end up determining this thing, sort of an extra democratic sets -- >> they're party hacks who want to be ambassador to belgium. they're in it for the reward at the end.
it's totally non and anti-democratic. >> you are seeing the same from the democrats and republicans going, i don't know if donald trump can win a general election. i don't know if bernie sanders can win a general election from the democrats. >> can't win an election from prison either. >> a lot of the people who run the democracy aren't in favor of a democracy. on both sides. >> enlightening discussion. ten minutes after the hour. some other stories we're following now. we'll start with this headline. new overnight from war-torn syria news. the ancient city of palmyra is again under control of the syrian government. an overnight siege by russian-backed syrian troops forcing isis fighters to retreat. it's considered a major blow for the terror army which controlled the coveted city since last may. palmyra is home to roman-era ruins which isis destroyed for propaganda purposes during the occupation. three people shot including a police officer outside a tampa brewery. the officer identified as 13-year veteran jose rodriguez, responding to reports of two men in separate cars shooting at one another. upon arriving, all three traded
bullets. the two suspects both died from their wounds. officer rodriguez was airlifted to a hospital and is expected to survive. authorities say his bulletproof vest saved his life. late comedian garry shandling was known for pushing the envelope and deciding nothing was off limits, even his own death. >> what i want at my funeral is an actual boxing referee to do a count. and at five wave it off and say, "he's not getting up." >> this morning, a doctor who cared for him in the past year is refusing to sign his death certificate because he says the comic was in good health and does not believe he passed away from a heart attack. that persistence is prompting an investigation with the los angeles coroner who will give an official report on the cause of death. shandling died on thursday. he was just 66 years old.
madness coming to a screeching halt for several number-one seeds. >> with the three -- villanova certainly is on fire! >> number two, villanova, taking place of kansas, 64-59. earning their first trip to the final four in years. and oklahoma proving too much for the number-one oregon, the sooners soaring to their first final four appearance in 14 years, taking care of the ducks 80-68. those are your headlines. >> and his both of those teams that went down. >> taking care of the ducks. when you said that, i thought of feeding them crumbs. secretary of state john kerry says that the brussels attack proved that our strategy against isis is working somehow. >> the very reason that daesh is resorting is at that caliphate is collapsing before their eyes. >> there's a message for the
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fantasy of a caliphate is collapsing before their eyes. its territory is shrinking every day. its leaders are being decimated. its revenue sources are dwindling. its fighters are fleeing. >> joining me, someone who knows a little about closing with and destroying the enemy, dakota meyer, marine corps veteran and recipient of our nation's highest medal, the medal of honor. thank you for joining me. what do you make of the secretary's comments? are we winning? >> winning? i don't know if we've got started yet. i think the statement is probably about as accurate as saying that our gun laws and stricter gun laws in chicago and detroit are being effective, too. >> yeah. i mean, where does it come from? where does the idea come from that he's going to lecture the world and saying because you're being attacked in brussels, it's clear we've got the enemy on the run? why would he think this way? >> i think that this is the
protocol for this administration, right. we say this so we don't have to deal with it. we want to make the people believe it. really i think all it's doing is showing exactly what's about to start happening here. europe is closer to them. it's easier obviously because you're not talking about a big body of water between us and them. that's the only difference now. >> absolutely. >> i think this is just -- look, this is a little, small look inside of what we need to be expecting next. if we don't get a good strategy together. >> talk about a strategy. a lot of this spawns from the caliphate in iraq and syria. you're in touch with guys on the ground. what are they telling you about how the fight is going and the nature of the enemy? >> yeah. look, i know i've got friends who are putting it to them now. and look, i asked how do they compare against what we've been fighting the last 12, 13 years. they said these guys are more organized than we could have ever imagined. that scares me more than knowing they're well trained. you can be well trained and
organized and not effective. you can be half trained and organized and -- it's going to be hard to take over. >> and be effective. yeah. they've certainly proven to be more than the jv team. we've heard analysts talking about what our approach should be. some suggested you go in, fight to take them out, or don't do it at all. what kind of approach should we be taking if we truly want to desmight isis -- decimate isis which this administration says it wants to be doing? >> i'm not strategic as far as picking what the strategy is going to be. i think when we start, number one, is america in or out? we can't go in with this half-assed strategy like we did iraq and afghanistan. we get over there, we didn't win right off the bat, we're tired of fighting are. we committed or not committed? the second piece, are we going to change our strategy every time the political office changes up there? i mean,ike either let us do our job or keep us at home. we need to understand that keeping us at home, that this is
coming to us. we've got to make that decision and stop worrying about what's politically correct. there's no room for political correctness inside a war, as i'm sure you know. >> we've got plenty of lawyers on the battlefield tying the hand of war fighters. >> if they want to tie our hands with war fighters, i promise you, set these lawyers next to guys on the ground, who are looking the enemy in the eye, and who are putting bullets in them. then let them decide what law is going fix that. >> there you go. absolutely. quick reaction. the president says more refugees as a response in the united states. what do you say to that? >> look, i think he's a joke. >> hey, we can always count on honesty from dakota meyer. i think a lot of people feel the same way. how that can be a reaction to a terror attack, i don't know. medal of honor recipient do totea meyer, thanks -- dakota meyer, thanks for being honest with us. a stunning ad mission from the fbi about hillary's private e-mail probe. they've barely talked to her about it. next, a very different
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we've got your news by the numbers easter edition. $2.4 billion is how much americans spent on kandy this holiday. all of it a good choice. next, 18 million. that's how many eggs will be dyed and decorated over easter weekend. finally, 81. that's the percentage of parents who admit to stealing candy from their children's easter baskets. not clear how many eat it and how many throw it away.
anna? a powerful and emotional moment in a family's faith, and it's going viral. this image showing a deputy and father of two praying with his children before the start of his shift. it's being spread on line. what does prayer mean to this young family with a father who puts his life on the line every day? we're joined by deputy jordan circus and his wife and beautiful children, maya and mason. thanks for being with us from charlotte, north carolina. i see the queen alaska kroucrow you. >> good morning. >> tell us how you are teaching your kids to pray often, multiple times a day, and the reason why. >> well, like the bubble says, when you raise up kids in the way of the lord, when they're young, they won't stray when they're older.
we keep them in church as much as possible. if we're not at home or work, they're at church. they've learned a lot from their mother and children's minister, who's also their aunt. they love very much. >> yeah. and a lot of people say that the best way to have a relationship with christ is to have constant communication with him, not just to say now i lay me down to sleep before your kids go to bed, now teach them to communicate openly with their savior. mom, what made you decide to take this picture? >> it's something that we do, we try do every time that he goes to work. we believe that it's very important. and i thought that we should capture the moment. something told me that this was something special and maybe others wanted to see. >> deputy, how does that make you feel ahead of your shift knowing that your family loves you so much and god loves you so much before you go out and serve your community? >> it makes me feel a lot better, a lot safer knowing i got people looking out for me at home. >> mom, what made this picture go viral, you think?
>> god. definitely god. i don't think that anything about us is special. i think that we're all the same in god's eyes. for some reason, god chose or family and photo to share his message that we should worry about nothing but pray about everything. >> and deputy perkins, do you have a special message for all of our viewers this morning, this easter sunday? >> just happy easter. and i want to thank the cleveland county sheriff's office and squad for all that y'all have done for me and being a family for me. >> me, too. tell everybody in family, that's my old stomping ground, where i'm from. give my best to all the folks there. happy easter, thanks for being with us. what a lovely family and great picture. >> happy easter. thank you. >> happy easter. thank you. 27 minutes after the hour this sunday morning. remember the university students who flipped out over trump chalk drawings on campus? they're going to need more counseling. we've got a new batch of sketches that may have them
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granddaughter coloring eggs with papa and her auntie lexi for the first time cool. got to get traditions started early, right? >> yeah. absolutely. >> i'm being captain obvious this morning. >> i love it. you can't be too obvious. this next story is caught in my throat. that's how shocking it is. emory university atlanta, last week, somebody drew a chalk drawing, in chalk, on the ground, on the sidewalk, of donald trump. this was so shocking to the sensitive plants at the university, the school released -- i'm not making this up -- emergency funds to pay for counseling for any one of the delicate flowers who's sensibilities were threatenedy a picture of donald trump. >> they better circle the wagons then, tucker, because multiple candidates, not just ump donald trump --not just trump. trump 2016, was written and
their picture. >> do you know what it was? it was a couple of students, they said that emery stands for free expression. saying we may not support trump, but you better have the inability to write in chalk the names of candidates running for president in this country on a college campus that's supposed to be about free expression. of course, we know what's happened to higher education. >> the sad thing is we do know. for everyone lying in bed exhausted from working all week in order to pay college tuition, to send money to people who hate you, and teach your children that you're immoral and that the capitalism that made this possible is wrong, how frustrated must you be? tuition is so high, you're working so hard to pay it. you send your kids off, and they learn this garbage. >> conservative speakers are booed off of a lot of campuses. >> colleges hoping it rains. >> i don't want to conclude that college is actively bad for kids, but i'm starting to think that. >> no! >> tucker -- >> no, it's not. >> abraham lincoln said philosophy in the schoolroom in
one generation becomes the philosophy of government in the next. bernie sanders getting 90% of millennials, indicative of what they get in these college kids. >> exactly. these are kids who are enjoying the fruits of a system they hate, playing on their ipads. do you know what i mean? $800 ipad made possible by capitalism. capitalism is bad. an irony-free zone. they don't get the reaction between irony and theory. >> bam. >> is college bad? >> a tuition payer, sorry. 3 after the hour on your easter sunday. we have other stories making headlines. we'll start with this -- an update on hillary clinton's e-mail server investigation. the fbi claiming it has barely spoke weekend mrs. clinton since opening the probe some nine month ago. the feds also seem to be keeping this investigation close to the vest saying any emails they've retrieved from the server or communications with her and her staff cannot be released in order to protect the probe. clinton claims she is willing to cooperate. the search for a new top cop
continues in chicago. mayor rahm emanuel rejecting all three finalists in the search for the city's new police chief. now instead, he will choose the replacement for now. emanuel asked the city's chief of patrol, eddie johnson, to fill the spot in the interim and asked the police board to conduct a new search. ex-superintendent gary mccarthy was fired in december, if you'll remember. this after one of his officers, jason van dyke, was charged with murder in the shooting death of teenager laquan mcdonald. skiers caught in an avalanche. the scary event caught on camera. look at this. >> whoa! >> this video coming out of vail, colorado. you see white piles covering the camera lens as they try to dig out. the video was released as a warning to skiers. miraculous miraculously, everybody was okay. do you remember this picture, sad paul-paul?
he had a picture for 12 grandkids but no one showed up. the community rallied, thousands showing up for a cookout. some even drove 20 hours to be there. >> it had went around the world before i knew about. an ordinary person seeing that is just unbelievable. >> you love your grandparents still, go see them. tell them you love them. take them to eat. hang out. realize, hey, they're not going to be around forever. >> don't stand up your family, especially on the easter holiday. he says all the money from the cookout is going toward his grandkids's college funds. how about that, tucker? 37 after the hour. on to guys. making a delicious feast outside. >> it's unbelievable. start setting the table. the family will soon be here for easter dinner. and if you're trying to figure out the perfect dish, you've come to the right program. >> yes, chef bill from delmonico's restaurant in new york city, a classic, here with tips to prepare last-minute easter feast. thanks for being with us. >> great to be back. guys, you're in a hurry, last
minute. you forgot about easter. we have lamb. we went to the supermarket. we picked up a rack of lamb, cut it into double chops. we'll make a yogurt marinade. yogurt and chili marinade. simple. we'll dump here -- got a spoon here. we're going to dump some yogurt. lemon juice. >> wow. my yogurt skills need to improve. >> yogurt -- >> it's cold out. >> they didn't teach that at princeton, did they? >> dropping the ball. >> going to throw mint in there. >> what is that? >> this is a chili paste. >> oh. >> we'll spice it up a little bit. >> you are. >> i've got to say, there is not the combo i expected. i bet it's going to be tasty. >> honey? >> yep. we'll add honey. it's cold outside. >> it is cold. i'm going to get the knife in there, get the honey out. >> that's what the knife was for. >> of course it is, for honeycutting. >> i'll drop the spoon in there. getting prettier. >> throw a little garlic in there. >> this is a pretty serious marinade. salt -- >> salt, pepper.
>> you can pick up the ingredients in the supermarket. all the ingredients on the website. >> we're going to -- >> you could eat that as is. that looks delicious. >> dunk these in there. brush them. i like to let them stay for about two hours in the marinade. if you don't have time -- >> right, does it soak into the meat? >> let it soak in a bit. and then we're going to throw these -- we don't have a lot of time. we're going to throw these on the grill. >> you're making me hungry. do you serve this as delmonico's? >> we do a version of this. and then we're going to serve it with very easy dish. peas and bacon and mint. frozen peas cooked already. here we have thick-cut bacon. we smoke our own at delmonico's new york stock exchange the supermarket, you can find a bunch of stuff. >> you throw on the grill? >> this we did in a pan. we sauteed the bacon, the onions, garlic. >> can't grill bacon. >> chicken broth, salt, pepper.
finished it with mint and butter. done real simple. we can give it a test. we also have a great red. a box with a state blend, 2012. a powerful red. goes perfect with the lamb. >> this is a man who knows how to cook. >> for real. unbelievable. >> unbelievable. >> spicy -- >> i'm not normally a lamb guy. you make it -- >> what do you finish it off with? tell me about the desserts. >> here we have a bunch. our pastry chef made a bunch. we have miniature cheesecake, a chocolate tart. that's a littsdtle tiramasu. cream brulee. all of these we do at delmonico's. >> i notice the desserts were small. you don't need to go crazy. a couple of bites, that's enough. >> yeah. it's good, and with all the bread -- and the table is small. >> i wish you were there in my life to limit my tiramasu consumption. >> i was going to say, on what
planet -- >> fantastic. >> it's simple. you can get all this in a supermarket. i got the lamb from my meat man, robert. he's a great guy. >> we'll have him on next. he's obviously great. chef, it was great to see you. we've got instructions on our website. if you're mesmerized by, this and you ought to be, go there. great to see you. >> thank you. see you again. >> and anna kooiman in the studio. >> i know you're mesmerized out there. we do have a show to. do you'll have to come back in. >> we'll see. with the world's attention focused on this week's terror attacks, father jonathan says there's a reason you can feel hopeful this easter sunday. he's here live next. then, a superhero showdown bringing in big bucks at the box office. but critics say "batman vs. superman" is a flop. who's right? the review later this hour. innovative sonicare technology with up to 27% more brush movements versus oral b. get healthier gums in 2 weeks guaranteed. innovation and you. philips sonicare.
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happy easter, everybody. quick headlines now. 44 minutes after the hour. ten miles of the arizona border left unmanned for two days. that's according to the head of the national border patrol union. even worse, this allowed cartel members to cut a hole in the fence, drive two cars into the united states, and escape. they say so why was it unmanned? there aren't enough agents to protect it. that's what they say. a coast guard busts a bunch of drug smugglers in texas who tried using a submarine to haul in over 5.5 tons of calk. four people were arrested in march. a third at the border near corpus christie. the treat value of the coke, $200 million. now a fox news alert. police now confirming missing kentucky couple stephanie and jason shultz were killed in the terror attacks in brussels. >> this comes as police across europe rounded up five suspects connected to those terror plots. >> with the world's attention remaining on terrorism, today's
easter celebrations allow us to focus on the hope of the holiday. joining us in studio, fox news religion contributor, father jonathan morris. please give us hope now. this is tough. >> well, risking being superficial here, but when i saw the lamb chops on the grill, i thought -- >> which we ate. >> i -- hopefully afterwards i will. you know why lamb on easter, right. this is the message of hope. lamb on easter because remember john the baptist looked at jesus as he was walking and said, behold the lamb of god who takes away the sins of the world. jesus was the lamb of sacrifice for us. with all of this evil going on, all the sadness going on, jesus said, i know this is going to happen. i know you will abuse free will. that great gift to love with free will, and you're abusing it. the suffering that you deserve, i will be the lamb of sacrifice, i will go to the cross. of course, it didn't end there. it wasn't just that god is dead and actual t's all over.
that would be the ultimate tragedy. rather, today we celebrate that jesus rose from the dead. that the apostles went and mary ran to the tomb and found an empty tomb. that means there is hope. if you believe what jesus said and what people witnessed. >> he t didn't end there. the hope is for the rest of us that it doesn't end here. >> that's right. when we look at life and see a longing for love. that longing is not, hey, i want to love for 30 years, 50 years, i want to be loved for 50 years and that's it, no. the human heart longs to be loved forever and to love forever. i think that's as birds have wings, they were meant to fly. we have a heart that was made for eternity for god. i think that our longings represent that reality behind it. >> father, obviously we live in a fallen world, and the news we see each day. how should on this easter christians be thinking about the world we live in and engaging with it? >> i think it's a question of doing it in our own lives.
the people you run into. decide that you're going to be hope for them. decide that you're going to share the joy even if you don't feel it. you'll see how it comes back. you know, i gave the sermon last night, my homily. i ended with gps, you know, you take a gps to get someplace now. gratitude, prayer, and share the joy. gps, gratitude, prayer, conversation with god, and s, share the joy. i think it's a simple way. we can't say just make it all rosy. but in our little world, we can make a difference. >> why start with gratitude? >> i think we don't recognize all the good blessings, the blessings god has given us, we're just going to focus on the negative. and we won't be able to have that joy. gratitude is humility, recognition that i'm not god, and i'm not going to create everything perfect around he. but when we're -- around me. but when we're recognizing all the good, we're humble enough to see also the hope that is to come. >> quickly, can you help us make
sense of this terrible tragedy we saw in brussels. when things like that happen, when there's natural disasters, when bad things happen to good people, some people have a hard time with their faith and go, why would god let this happen. >> why i explain it? no. what i can do is tell you that these were choices that individuals made. they used their free will to do evil, evil, evil. and there are consequences, otherwise there would be no free will. and we have that free will to do good. god gave it to us in order to love instead to have hate. these people use it to hate. and god said, i'm not going to make your free will go away, but i'm going to have a solution to it. that is the resurrection. it's not a perfect answer. i don't have one. i wish i did. it's -- i believe it, i believe that answer. and i believe there is great hope. >> you're an honest man. and not a glib person either. >> no. >> nice to see. >> a great answer. gratitude, spread the joy -- >> and prayer. gps. >> we're grateful for you. >> let's go get some rack of lamb. lamb of god.
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plan. sanders swept three states. we'll bring you the latest. texting while walking is against the walk or basic show protocol and if you break it, you go to jail. the proposal very real. here with the -- here what the man proposed this law on this morning, easter. morning is better with all of our friends. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ here comes the sun. happy easter, everybody. up with the kids. you've been doing your easter egg hunting. the coffee is brewing and now it's time to relax with "fox & friends." the biggest day on the christian calendar and this morning. pete is here this morning. we asked you to send us your pictures of what you're doing
and you have. nicole sent us a picture of three-year-old charlie at the easter egg hunt. >> and this is nathan's first easter. >> this is gavin and his little brother cole with their easter baskets. >> they have a really nice father. >> nice at times. >> actually, i think their mom is more nicer and generous. >> kevin is our producer. >> send us more. we would love to get them. we take you to a flerts this morning. the -- the fox news alert, authorities confirm that the missing kentucky couple, stephanie and jason shultz were in fact killed in the brussels airport on tuesday. >> this comes as police round up five suspects in the deadly attack on brussels. >> we're learning brand-new details on the man in white in
this surveillance video. our correspondent is live in brussels with the latest. we've been coming to you all morning from in front of the makeshift memorial to the victims of the terror attack. i'm going to step aside and show you the scene now. the crowds have been building into the morning and into the afternoon. the sun is out right now and they are standing alongside the flowers and the messages relating to the victims. what you don't see in this shot, guys, is serious, heavy, military trucks, all the streets leading into it, along with police and soldiers. obviously, authorities think that any terrorists wanted to strike out just one more time, this would be a good place to do it. they are making sure sure that doesn't happen. let's get to the investigation you were mentioning. an important break possibly in the probe on the attacks on tuesday. police think they have the other airport bomber, the man seen in
that light jacket with two other suicide bombers. it is thought that he fled the scene. his name is given as faycal cheffou. he is charged with a couple of items, including terrorist murder. a little bit more on the sad news that you mentioned. yes. two more americans confirmed dead. 30-year-old justin shults. 29-year-old stephanie shultz, his wife. they originally come from both tennessee and kentucky. they were working for companies here. they just loved apparently every week to hop a plane and go explore different places in europe. they were at the airport dropping their mother off who had been staying for the week in their home here in brussels. she was through security and she is safe, but it just must have been horrible for her. now, along with two other unidentified americans that we reported on our friday, we
believe are killed, this could be four dead, and folks there's a little bit of change up in the totals now. officials are now saying that there were -- 31 dead. that they have been giving include three attackers. in fact, there were 28 victims. they have upped the total of injured up to 340. 12 of those are americans at least. >> thanks. >> what a sad story and what a terrifying story. i think everybody senses and some president hall candidates have said this may come here. things that happen in europe tend to move here. americans are really looking to be reassured. in his weekly radio address, president obama rather than reassuring the country said in order to fight terrorism, we need to move tens of thousands of syrian refugees into this country. here's exactly what he said yesterday. listen. >> as we move forward in this
fight, we have to wield another weapon in our awr strikes, our military, and counterterrorism work and our diplomacy and that's the power of our example. our openness to refugees fleeing isil's violence, our determination to win the battle against their hateful propaganda. an historic view of islam to bring muslims to their cause. >> many say the attacks are a result of failed immigration policies in europe. look what happened with angela merkel, she's starting to get backlash. not even in brussels and paris, even in cologne, that mob that happened that were doing the sexual assaults. >> he talks about nobody overreact against muslim americans.
nobody is. rather than laying out a real strategy to combat isis. >> we need to have a heart in this and be compassionate, a lot of these people they are victims and they need some sort of safe zone or something set up for them and maybe america can do something different than bring them on to american soil. set up safe zones. >> america has done more for the world in any country in world history. what enrages me? to be lectured by our leaders as if you need to be compassionate and do this. really? the people making these poli in the results. they are surrounded by body guards. their kids don't go to public school, they don't ride the bus. they have no contact at all with the results of their policy. they have no skin in the game. to lecture us about how we're intolerant is outrageous. >> speaking of cloistered. we get barack obama, taking a break for the day and heading out -- what does he do on days
like this? heads out for a round of golf. john kerry went out and actually ended up defending obama because he took a lot of criticism. this is kerry's attempt to defend that optic. >> i think the president, you know, life doesn't stop because one terrible incident takes place in one place. the president responded to it. he talked to the prime minister of belgium. >> life does stop for 29 people in the belgian attacks. it stopped instantly. they were killed. how out of touch are these people. >> this is representative -- repetitive for the president. remember when james foley was beheaded and the president went out and played golf. >> acknowledging there are people that we care for impacted
by this. this is what dakota meyer said about this. >> winning, i don't know if we got started yet. i think that statement is probably about as accurate as saying that, you know, our gun laws and stricter gun laws in chicago and detroit are being affected too. this is a protocol for this administration. we say this so we don't have to deal with it. we want to make the people believe it and comfort in it. all it's doing is showing us exactly what's about to start happen here. >> how enraged are americans of their leaders not just the republicanside but the democratside. last night, bernie sanders won not just big but overwhelmingly in washington, state, and alaska by margins that are exciting. 70%, 70%, 80%, wow. >> this race is quite close. with the super delegates
factored in, hillary clinton looks like she has a landslide. but take away that dark blue chunk and the race gets a whole lot closer. >> hillary clinton without the super delegates is a vulnerable nominee. this is an open race without the insiders, the anti-establishment insiders. >> she's much weaker than we pretend she is. if she can't put away a 74-year-old who honeymooned in the soviet union -- we're following other stories making headlines. new overnight, out of war torn syria, the ancient city of palmyra is once again under control by the syrian government there. an overnight siege forced isis fighters to retreat. palmyra is home to roman era
ruins which isis destroyed much of for propaganda purposes during the occupation. and a scare at the staples center. a new report revealing a disturbing terror threat was made against -- at a clipser game where they were playing against the lakers. it was back in january when all of this happened. according to a search warrant obtained by tmz, somebody with a robotic voice told a police officer you are going to all blank die tonight. this all happened a minute before the game began. the nefarious caller claimed that several people in the crowds had explosives strapped to their chest and in their shoes. police are still investigating that threat. pope francis is delivering a message this hope this easter sunday. the faithful gathering in st. peter's square to hear his message this morning. tens of thousands enduring tight security following the brussels attack. his sermon was about a call to
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interview with cruz? >> we asked him point blank about the allegations, both that he had something to do with this ad that featured a nearly nude photo of me laneia trump and also the news from the national inquire rer that he has five different mistresses. >> brussels has been front and center in the presidential election as well. we reported this morning that donald trump has released a new slogan, america first. ted cruz has been critical of him a him. >> on foreign policy. >> i'll tell you who is in over their head it's barack obama and hillary clinton and john kerry. you notice obama and hillary are more mad at me than they are at
terrorists who are murdering americans. we need a president who will bring the full force and fury of the united states of america defeating isis. >> how was he? i don't think i've ever seen a more intense week in a presidential primary than when we just went through. how is he bearing up? >> i have to be honest with you, it's the first time i've interviewed and talked with him and he look exhausted. he had to explain some things to two young daughters about what was going on that he didn't think he had to and didn't want to. politics has been rough and tumble. it's been a rough week. >> kasich is in the race. trump and cruz end up one and two, do you think they are going to be able to kiss and make up at the end of this? did you ask about that? >> i won hold my breath right now. he was pressed if he would
support donald trump if he was the nominee. he said it's tough to think about supporting somebody who attacked your wife. he doesn't think donald trump will be the nominee. i'm going to everything i can to block him from being the nominee then i woebt have to -- won't have to ask the question whether i support him. >> you get a sense on national security that he senses an advantage on trump. >> he does feel like it's a strength for him. as a senator, he's read into different intelligence than most of us are and he talk about the fact that he is very serious about policy. he accuses of trump of turning to other topics because he's not as confident as things as policy and national security. cruz has been attacked this week. he constantly talks about carpet bombing. the president criticized him about patrolling muslim
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we're going to augment this easter with some quick headlines. a deal has been reached to raise california's minimum wage to $15 an hour. it would give the state the largest minimum wage pay rate in america by far. it must now go through the state legislature which is entirely dominated by democrats. specific of the plan have not been released yesterday -- yet. we'll bring them as we discover what they are. delta flights could be grounded this week if pilots are forced to walk off the job. or decide to. a fierce showdown coming to a head this week between the airline and the airline pilots union. their contract is set to expire. the deadline ends march 31st. pilots are looking to add profit sharing to their contracts after delta posted record profits last year. in this heated election year, many are hoping change will come from a new president, but our next guest is asking
people to look somewhere else for change. take a look. >> in our hearts, we know that the vision is tearing us apart. it's killing us. we watch as our generation turns its back on the church. >> on july 16, 2016, we're calling over 1 million people to meet on the national mall to stand for jesus, in historic unity, prayer, worship and a call for catalytic change. >> nick hall is a founder of the pulse movement. he's also on the leadership board of the national association of evangelicals and he's of any even been called the billy graham of the next generation. thank you so much for joining us on this easter sunday. >> yeah. it's a blessing. happy easter. >> being compared to billy graham, you've spoken to 3 million people over the of year that kind of company, how does that feel? >> you know, i'm just trying to follow jesus. billy graham is obviously a hero of many people.
i think the way that he brought people together, the way that he always talked about hope and life and kept the message on something that could be unite. obviously, anybody can be humbled and honored to be mentioned in the same breath as somebody like billy graham. >> nick, where did this idea come from? what kind of change are you hoping for? >> moments of historic change are often marked by historic gatherings. for us, we believe ns a time to shift the nation back to what matters. so in generations past, there have been defining moments of faith and so in the 70s, back in the 1940s, throughout american history, there's been large gatherings for things that matter. you think of civil rights. you think of the women's suffrage movement. for us as a millennial generation really wanting to stand on their own in our faith, what would it look like on one day to rally the entire nation together not what we're against, but rallying people for what we
are for and what jesus really offers. >> you say the church is paying a price, because young people associate religion with politicsing and arguing. >> it's about us resetting the message. jesus changes everything and we think it's easy for us, especially in a political season to rally like everybody else and get so worked up and critical and negative and yet i think you see this longing in the hearts of so many people to say, you know what, we can still unite regardless of our differences, and we really believe that jesus is the one that can bring us together, and obviously sitting here this morning, with you guys on easter morning, what a better time to talk about than jesus changes everything, that he is risen and that there is life offered to our nation and the nations of the world today. >> amen. yet so many things have changed since our founders who are mostly christians. many clergy established this in
nation and set forth an exceptional nation. yet here we are frawrkted. when you say that changed, how do you repair those bonds? they are the civic bonds of our country. fact has to play a role in that. how do you do that? >> we think there's a leader we all need and in this political season, it's interesting. you watch the politics, and no one looks innocent with all the attacks that happen. there has to be a leader that rises above and we think jesus is that leader and regardless really religion or background, jesus offers us an example of friendship, leadership, character, and integrity and as people of faith we believe that his spirit comes and can empower us to be the generation that we're supposed to be, and so, you know, through prarses, through scriptures, through talking about his life and what he did, we believe that change can happen in every level of society. >> as we go, where can our friends about information about the big event on the lawn? >> reset for 2016.com. be part of the million. >> it's happening july 16th of
this year? >> saturday, july 16th. >> check it out for sure. happy easter. >> happy easter. 28 minutes after the hour. this story will have you outraged. a double amputee claims an airline made him crawl across the tarmac and on to a plane. how the ar line is responding this morning. are you in charge of bringing a dessert to grandma's house today? what if we told you there's a way to bring a store bought pie look homemade? we'll tell you more. stick around. living with chronic migraine feels like each day is a game of chance.
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her daughter who looks a bit like she's scared of the easter bunny. not alone in that. >> we had a few of those on our plaza yesterday. >> here's a picture of evan owen and avery ott with a real bunny. >> some dapper children. >> if you like that song at your funeral too. >> is that on your list? >> that's the song. >> i never thought of a funeral play list. >> i said that's it. jackie wilson. >> write it down. >> we're following other stories. a double amputee says budget airline asked him to drag himself across two tarmacs and on to the plane. the demand happened before a flight from spain to the u.k. the man refused. so the airline crew ended up moving him on a stretcher. he calls it the most humiliating
moment of his life. they deny the story. an indiana family hopes to make contact with their loved one who went missing 42 years ago. lula ann gillespie miller disappeared in 1974 when she was 28 years old after having her third child. she told her family she was too young to be a mother. she was later found in texas. gift of a lifetime. a texas college student will fulfill his childhood promise by repaying his grandparents for everything he's done for this. >> you did that? for real? [ laughter ] >> oh, lord. >> stephen darts handing them a
check for $15,000 and a trip to the bahamas. his grandparents have been making mortgage payments for over 20 years and would have continued to pay for another four years. darts said he saved up money by eating microwave pizza. he wrote on facebook, even with this, i can never repay you for what you have done for me. >> wow. and an act of her rowism -- h hereoism fighting off a would-be robber. >> i heard a friend ask for help. we saw mohammed. he screamed help. he robbed me. get him, catch him. we just knew that this guy would be back. we wanted to make sure that we, you know, held him until the police got there. >> the suspect was armed with a knife and demand just $100. >> boys out to you. we're eating some more at our easter feast out there on the plaza. >> oh, yes we are.
we're not even messing around. we have marie callendars's pies. >> here's is tips to make a store bought team, fake it to make it. >> i have so many great things. easter time, you want to spend the time with your family. you don't want to spend the time baking pies, so a great option is marie's pies. they are frozen, but they take just like homemade and these don't even require baking. these are cream pies. i make a beautiful pie bar. >> you got all the way. >> absolutely. for your guests. it's easter. you have different levels. make it all look beautiful, and then you take the pies and you make them one step further.
you enhance them a little bit. >> you can't do a pie thing without a fork. >> tell us about the pies. what's the most over the top pie? >> i'm going to show you what i do with my kids. >> i'm going to show you how to eat it. >> you take some shredded coconut. >> why is it green? >> because this is grass. >> oh, right. >> you dye it green to make it green. >> you do. you get some shredded coconut. you put green food coloring in it. don't make it too much. mix it up if you want. wear gloves. i don't like wearing gloves, but if you want your -- you want to save that manicure, you know. okay so what you do is you -- >> put it on top. you can scoop out the middle so it's kind of flat. you want to help me? >> yes, i do. i love the tactile experience of it. >> you've got pretzels here. what's the role of pretzels in a pie? >> we're going to decorate the pie. we're going to make a little bit of a carrot patch here and the
pretzels are going to be the fence around the carrot patch. >> to keep out predators. >> what you do -- these are great things. while your easter dinner is cooking, you bring the kids out, and you decorate your pies. >> you have a chocolate carrot corral. >> the deer will come and eat it if you don't protect it. i live on a farm, i know these things. >> put your bunnies in. those are peeps. >> you bring your peeps to the pie. >> okay. and then you have a little pool for your rabbits. >> do you have children? >> i have four kids. >> what do you think of this? >> they love this. you can do whatever you want. it's create your own. >> if you have a medical condition where you need to gain a lot of weight quickly. >> it's easter. go for it. it's a good time. >> i heard something about
floss. i see flat, some tips. >> i have a lot of tips. but cutting the perfect slice of pie, there's always a lot of pressure to do that. >> for sure. >> i wasn't planning on doing this. i could show this right away. >> we're almost out of time. we're going to the show you how to cut the perfect piece of pie using dental floss. >> what you do, you take your dental floss and you make an end deny tags in the pie. >> you mark your cuts. >> measure twice, cut once. >> if you need to, you can put a little bit of butter on your pie cutter and you slice in. >> why the butter, just to add more calories? >> no, your pie needs to be at
room temperature, in in case it's not, it's sticky. >> my favorite pie is the chocolate silk pie. you can decorate this pie. you have hand placed chocolate curls on top already, but you can decorate it with some chocolate and some -- >> i love it. >> lauren cook, you are a good person. >> we're grateful you join us. >> thank you so much. anna kooiman. >> bring me some of that chocolate silk pie. 41 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up on fox and friends weekend. the president is coming under fire by doing the tango after the brussels attack but secretary of state kerry is defending him. >> life doesn't stop because of one terrible incident takes place. >> echoing the reason the president gave. is that the correct political response? our panel is on that coming up
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the president hitting the links this weekend after coming under fire for sticking to his trip schedule following the brussels attacks. the president insists if he can't golf, the terrorists win. is that the right response? here to join us now is our political panel. boris epstein and kristen tate and ryan gardusky. let me ask you a question. is the president's main task to protect the country or save the world? >> he presumes it to be c, go do
the wave with dictators. what he was done in response was pathetic and sad. as the president of the united states, he didn't have to come back but he should have made a real speech on the terrorist attack and comforted the american people. this is why people are joipg trump. jump is somebody -- trump is someone who knows what you have to do. he went to cuba, it was historic visit. why did you have to go on to argentin argentina. americans are dying in europe. come home. make the american people feel comfortable. >> exactly. this is not just a partisan issue. if you look at the polling, there's no constituency of size for importing hundreds of thousands of syrian refugees. nobody is for that because they are going to bear the consequences of that. not the elites who make the decision but ordinary people. >> absolutely. that's the thing, boem right after the attack, he has the audacity to tell us that isis
does not pose an existential let to us. these people do not take our security seriously. they are sitting up in their protected homes p. they have security. secret services. they are not living in real neighborhoods with the americans. what's it going to take democratic politicians to take this searcy? >> there's a consensus on the republican side also that we're good people, we must do that. it's so interesting, bernie sanders continuing to crush hillary clinton in some of these states. three last night. what does this say about the strength of her campaign? >> i don't know why a 69-year-old, 68-year-old woman who has been in politics condition find a constituency to
run with her. bernie sanders for whatever reasons, i think there's a cult coming to him in college campuses, you don't necessarily know why you are supporting bernie, because your friends are, there's an attachment to that. and there's also a bullying thing. if you have a different opinion, they will sit there and bully. it's like being on "the view" you'll get bully. and they are succeeding and those running on their gender are not? >> those who have changed positions their whole career like hillary clinton are now ceding the stage to bernie sanders. she's always been a bad national candidate. otherwise she completely failed in '08 to another insurgent candidate in obama. now she's failing again. but trump is the best candidate she's ever faced. hillary westbound the -- will be
the nominee. trump is going to be the republican nominee. it is going to be a tough national election. she will not be able to respond in any coherent way. >> would you rather be the candidate who represents change or the status quo? >> obviously, in this election, it's very hip to be an outsider. people are hungry for something new. they are hungry for change, and that's one of the reasons why bernie sanders is doing so well. >> i'm sorry, i'm being commanded -- not because what you are saying isn't compelling but because we're completely out of time. i really appreciate you all coming. sorry i short changed you. >> thank you, tucker. music that will inspire you this easter morning. the christian group passion will perform next. don't miss that. innovative sonicare technology with up to 27% more brush movements versus oral b. get healthier gums in 2 weeks guaranteed. innovation and you.
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and happy easter sunday to you. i'm anna kooiman. we need to start with a fox news alert. terror at home. two americans now among the dead in the brussels bombings as new details emerge about the men behind the terror attack. then an earthquake in the democratic primary election, saturday night sweep for bernie sanders. >> you ready for a news alert? [ cheers and applause ] >> we just won the state of washington! [ cheers and applause ] >> you know what? that's not an exaggeration. it is legitimately a massive win for bernie sanders last night. what happens now? will super delegates peel off from hillary. and calling our counsellors, the students who flipped out over the trump chalk drawings. he's risen this morning. we're happy to be with you.
>> risen, indeed. ♪ ♪ happy easter. >> say a little prayer for you. >> good morning. >> we're celebrating easter morning even though we're in new york city. it can be done. you are too. we asked you to send your pictures. what are you doing this morning? here are your photographs, sibling edition. calvin and ryan from the great state of wisconsin. >> up next, we have he will nor and nate from chicago. >> carter and griffin easter bunny from texas. he's prolific in his presence. >> start this morning with a fox news alert.
americans have been identified. a missing kentucky company, stephanie and justin shults were in fact killed in the brussels airport bombing on tuesday. >> this has suspects were round up. >> one of these men is faycal c. he's charged with terrorist murder. >> he may be the so-called man in white you've seen so many times in the now-famous surveillance video from the airport. 28 people killed in belgium. >> brussels, the black shirt fasti fast -- fascists who have just shown up. >> he says the number of injured has gone up 340 now and those injuries are severe burns, shrapnel wounds, broken bones, you name it, awful, and that's
not even mentioning the ptsd that probably a lot of people are going to be dealing with. >> and the political upheaval. you mentioned men in black shirts showing up. you are going to see a lot more in europe. the reason is simple. the leadership in europe and united states is too weak to pose to the thre-- to respond te threat of terrorists. >> the policies they have pursued have created this dynamic. you've got a refugee crisis in europe. >> angela merkel, lets 2 million refugees into her country in one year. >> what we're seeing in brussels and paris is a result of the
failed immigration policies there. meanwhile, here at hope, the president has called for more openness for refugees. listen to his weekly address. >> as we move forward in this fight, we have to wield another weapon alongside our air strikes, our military, and our counterterrorism work and our diplomacy. and that's the power of our example. our openness to refugees fleeing isil's violence, our determination to mean the battle against isil's propaganda. >> who is going to live with the consequences? the president is going to leave to january. he moves to new york, start a foundation, raise hundreds of millions of dollars. he will never again drive a car and live without body guards around him. he will never face consequences of the decisions like this. the rest of us will. it will affect us in a big way and he won't have to deal with it. >> i think he's trying to tug on
american's heart strings on that. they need our help. but is the answer is to where i them on our -- bring them on our soil. >> those of us understand that there's a war set upon us are told that we're the problem or we're to blame, that we're bringing this on ourselves and then we watch the command ner chief who afer -- after giving that speech, he falls over himself, then he goes and hits the links for a round of golf and the secretary of state is left to kind of defend him when the optics really aren't good, especially when you give a short speech in cuba when the attacks happened. here's what kerry had to say about obama. >> i think the president, you know, life doesn't stop because one terrible incident takes place in one place. the president responded to it. he talked to the prime minister of belgium. >> it does stop and it stopped for 28 people in belgium and it stopped for thousands more over
the past 20 years. >> it stopped for james foley's family when he was beheaded and the president headed to the links then too. >> i would feel safer if i thought they understood what a big deal this is and they understood what we were fighting to preserve and they clearly have no idea why western values are superior to the values who are attacking us. >> instead down playing the domestic terror threat here at home when you have a perfect example in paris when two of the suicide bombers apparently came in with a flood of syrian refugees, asylum seekers, and then what happened in paris? we don't want that to happen here at home. >> you get that anger. you are exactly right, anna. you get that when the rhetoric of our leaders is detached from reality. they hear about our southern border, money funneled from the middle east and tracked across the border. we report each day about threats. >> exactly.
you have all this anger. what does it look like when you have a presidential campaign in the middle of a season where ordinary people are mad at their leaders? last night gave us a sense of that. bernie sanders, 74, a socialist facing off against hillary clinton in three states, hawaii, alaska, and washington state. he didn't just beat her. he crush her in all three. 80% in thrask. this from a guy they should have put away months ago. what the heck is going on? >> it's showing her vulnerability in a general election should she become the nominee. >> as we've noted, this is a real race. you take the super delegates out of it. >> we've got a graphic. >> it's a stacked deck they put on top of it. this is a 200, 300 delegate race. without those super delegates, she's barely above 7 1100. this is a real race. >> every account of this takes into account the super delegates. they are all just there because they want to be ambassador to
belgium. they are just party hacks. they have never been elected. they have no role actually in the primary other than to keep the people from voicing their opinion. that can't last. >> i think they are also siding with her because they think she can win in the general election. and on the republican side, you are seeing the same thinking, donald trump has got this populist moving going -- movement going but can he win against hillary clinton? meanwhile, we have a college from emery college in atlanta? >> the philosophy of school room in one generation because the philosophy of government in the next. >> so somebody at emery last week made a chalk drawing of donald trump on the sidewalk. how did they respond? they dipped into emergency funds for counselling by those who felt endangered by a chalk
drawing of donald trump. >> we're serving conservatives booed off of campus. safe zones for free speech where you have to suppress your first amendment rights. here's what's new today, they have got several other kds out there too. they have to really circle the wagon. >> what are they circling the wagon? freedom of expression. this is dramatizing our fragile youth. they need counselling and meetings with the president. >> it's jeopardizing the value of higher education itself. the rest of us work long hours to pay for this stuff. at what point do parents say what's the point? >> i like my kids college but stuff like this, you are thinking why am i working an extra job like to pay for this? >> i got an extra job and all i
got was a bernie supporter. >> i'm so upset. >> pete is on fire today. we're following some other stories making headlines. 10 minutes past the hour. pope francis is delivering a message of hope this easter. the faithful gathering in st. peter's square to hear his message this morning. his sermon called for finding time in light of darkness. the ancient city of palmyra is once again under control of the syrian government. an overnight siege forced isis fighters to retreat. it's a major blow for the terror army which controlled the city last may. palmyra is home to roman era ruins which isis destroyed much of. delta flights could be grounded this week. a fierce showdown coming to a head this week between the airline and the pilots union. this after their previous
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the brussels attack is a sign of success. >> there's absolutely no intellectual rigor left in washington. let's dissect what kerry said. he says this is a sign of weakness. was 9/11 a sign of weakness? were the attacks in sydney, in turk, in ankara, in istanbul, san bernardino and boston? is this a sign of weakness? if it gets any weaker, we'll all be dead. is kerry suggesting that we allow them to get stronger? they won't say islamic terror. when the word jihad comes up, jihad is imperial.
it has always been imperial and aggressive and the attacks in brussels as well as in paris and elsewhere are about imperial jihad. it wasn't about the reverses that isis has suffered in syria because isis has expanded. the disease has spread while obama refused to quarantine it. it's now in libya, subissaharub africa. le fooeps. if that's -- philippines. >> john kerry is clearly smart. the president is clearly smart. what are they ignoring what is so obvious to nonpartisan observers everywhere else? >> obviously for this administration, it's ideology. president obama himself, the president sets the tone, one of his flaws is he can never admit he's wrong about anything ever, and he came into office insisting that this is not about
islam. it's not islamic terror. remember, we go back to the ft. hood shooting, that was workplace violence and despite overwhelming evidence, despite historical evidence, despite demonstrated contemporary evidence around the world, despite the ongoing slaughters, president obama cannot admit he's wrong. it's been painful for us, tucker. there are interesting historical parallels. we've got to tell you a very quick story. in the year 1900, a ship from china brought bubonic plague to san francisco, the city fathers wouldn't admit the plague was there. they refused to admit there was plague in san francisco for years. as a result, no quarantine and it spread to ground squirrels and rodents and now there's plague endemic in our southwest. that's what obama did. he would not address the plague of islamic terrorism. wouldn't quarantine it.
wouldn't act and now it's spread around the world. >> all these groups, whether it's hezbollah in the 70s and 80s, al qaeda in the 2000s, isis, it's shape shifting. it's the same world view. what does it take so defeat that world view? >> well, it takes first of all a recognition of the nature of the problem. beyond that, it takes real determination. the acceptance that you are in a great struggle. now, this is not about all of islam. we all know that. all rational people know this. it is folly to deny that violent jihad is a part of contemporary islam and really always has been. for centuries upon centuries, to the toman -- ottoman everybody in battle declared allah ak bar. jihad is a hoary bloody
tradition. if you don't fight, you lose. >> we're seeing a country that knows nothing about history. great to see you. >> great to see you. >>. getting drunk on a plane is a bad idea, especially if you are a pilot and show up loaded at 7:00 in the morning. we'll tell you what happened next. and what the 2016 presidential candidates can learn from christ. our next guest has a message that really every politician ought to here. happy easter.
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sirius xm show house dave mcguire. happy easter to you. how do you get young people interested in the message? >> that's an excellent question. it really is what i would say to anybody, probably a lot of people are getting ready to go to church today. it's a message of hospitality first and foremost. that doesn't mean you talk about doctrine and sin. you begin by welcoming people. making sure they feel like they are in the right place, that they are not pushed away, and then you can preach the good word to them. >> and very often, you'll have larger congregations on holidays like easter and christmas. how do you convince them to stay and come back the next week and the next and the next? >> i think that's a job for all of us. there are a lot of people right now getting ready to easter
mass. we could say this is our one shot. if we welcome these people, then we can have them back next week and they can part of our community. >> and your message for easter is of hope and of humility. can we live out our lives the way christ wants? >> what we celebrate through this entire easter time, in the catholic church we began a few days ago, we go through these beautiful rituals, including the foot washing. we saw pope francis washing the feet of immigrants, that's what we call christ's mandate. it's not a valentine's day, it's let me me get down and serve you in the most base way i can. you are right. that's not an easy sell when you are welcoming people in for the first time. this is tough stuff. this is actually serving other people. it's not all about me, i think the pope is doing a great job of it. if we can model that ourselves,
by saying you can take my space in the pew, i'll stand up this week. that's a way we can show service is what love it. >> and a message of hope and also everything that happened in brussels, and the terror that we're dealing with around the world. we've got a clip of that. >> translator: the easter message of the risen christ, a message of christ for all humanity echoes down through the ages and invites us not to forget those men and women seeking a better future and ever more numerous throng of migrants and refugees, including many children. fleeing from war. hunger. poverty. and social injustice. and americans hearing the easter message this morning, you know, four americans among the dead in the brussels terror attacks. how do we make sense of all this and know that our god is a loving god each though these
terrible things happen to good people? >> the pope used the image in his message of the kasism -- cah -- chsams of our world. make the light of the empty tomb fill up the darkness, he said that message of the angel that christ is risen is what must bring us together. >> thank you so much. father dave dwyer. you are going to enjoy nice easter ham later, right? >> yes. >> very good. donald trump just unveiled a new foreign policy slogan. america first. will that message work with the voters? and former presidential candidate turned donald trump supporter ben carson joins us in a few minutes. and the internet is going bond -- going bonkers over chris
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>> we want to thank walmart who brought those out for us. >> we've been asking you all morning long to send in pictures of how you are spending the easter weekend. it's molly, brady and bailey digging into their easter baskets. >> here's summer's first easter. look at that. big old easter bunny. she's happy. >> that child is going to be i asenator. >> here's five-year-old olivia showing off her easter dress. >> she's blowing us a kiss. >> in 15, 20 minutes we have the atlanta-based christian group passion. they are going to be performing here once again later this hour. don't miss that. we are following some other stories. we're making headlines, 34 minutes after the hour. an easter egg hunt turns violent when hundreds of parents rush
the field. instead of waiting on their cues, parents rushed their field, fearing other parents kids will be trampled. >> when my son left, he had a broken basket and historically crying. >> many of the kids were left in the mud. an american airlines c coe --co pilot failed a breath lieser test. t theco pilot was released from custody. the pilots are not allowed to drink anything within eight hours of take-off. skiers caught in an avalanche and the scary event all caught on cam. this video is coming out of veil, colorado. you can see white piles covering
the camera lens as they try to dig out here. miraculously, everybody is okay. those are your headlines. >> wow, we've been getting a lot of these crazy go-pro videos. pete and tucker are outside. we've got an easter feast we're working on. lamb chops and some steak. you guys out there? >> it smells incredible. we ate that man's lamb before and it made my morning. >> we have to ask, are you still trying to find the perfect dish? >> ah. billy, the executive chef of delmonicos is here to tell us how to turn this holiday into something no one will ever forget. >> this is delmonico's gift to you guys and to the "fox & friends" family. >> to mankind. >> this is a fresh ham, i got
from rfm meats down in the meat packing district. this one, it takes a little bit of planning. >> what is this on top? >> this is the pork skin, the crackling. >> oh. >> it's nice and crispy. it can't be about us. what can we tell them? >> you don't have a lot of time, you forgot about easter, spiral cut ham, super market, you run to the store, it's cooked already, all you have to do is heat it up. we have a really cool spiced apple marinade with we need. brush it and heat it up. it works perfect with the ham. and very simple side dish because you are 0 you the of time, some asparagus, some potatoes. you can dump those in the bowl here. dump in them that bowl. we blanched the asparagus and
potatoes, we boiled them off. a little salt, pepper. >> i'm not familiar with blanching. >> it's not like "a street car named desire." >> we're barbecuing a little bit. we're going to throw these on the grill. garlic, salt, pepper, a little parsley. >> all the ingredients on our website. >> i like very easy things. ease of operation. >> straight on the grill like that. >> look at that. >> and we're done. let them brown up. let them crisp up. >> delmonicos. >> why don't you cut into that ham? >> i will. because we're act eat it. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for joining us. >> you are a genius and a good american. >> tucker, you are scaring me. >> he always does that. 38 minutes after the hour. coming up on the program, president obama's response to the terror attacks, bring in more refugees, former
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president obama is calling for more acceptance of refugees and donald trump is firing back with a new foreign policy, strategy called america first. >> here to react, trump supporter dr. ben carson. thank you very much for joining us this morning. >> a pleasure. >> dr. carson, in light of all these attack, the things that we've heard and the things we've seen, donald trump spoke -- first of all, happy easter to you and your family, i should start with. >> thank you. >> i know you are certainly practicing today. what do you make of his approach of america first? it has an historic statement. it has some ties to isolationist ties in the past. what do you think he means? >> i think probably the best example is when you get an airplane and you have announcement, in case of an announcement, bsh in case of an
emergency, put the oxygen on your face first and then help the person next to you. we're about to go off the cliff fiscally, unless we get our own house in order, it's going to be very difficult for us to be particularly effective throughout the rest of the world. i think that's a logical statement. it will obviously be taken out of context, and you know, used to see that he's an ice owe lacist and has no idea what he's talking about because that's the way it's done these days. it makes a lot of sense. >> dr. carson made his -- the president made his case yesterday, that the united states has a moral obligation to allow the refugees in. assess that, if you would. >> i think that's pretty silly. i've been over there. i've talk to the people. i've talk to the syrian refugees. they would love to be repositioned in their own country with a protective force. that's a whole lot easier than
exporting them to another place, to another culture. it doesn't make any sense at all, quite frankly, and, you know, again, we need to use some common sense. if they want to be in their own country and if being in their own country is more comfortable for them and it's safer for us and less expensive and less risky, why not do that? why do the thing that doesn't make any sense but that is politically correct? >> why is it that president obama is not saying let's do what your plan is? instead he's saying let's bring in more refugees or at least more accepting of the idea. >> i wish i could explain a logical reason for why someone would say that. i can't come up with a logical reason for that, quite frankly. i can only come up with a politically correct reason. >> aren't liberals always telling us how the united nations is the answer to everybody problem? -- every problem. wheres the united nations in all
of this? >> the united nations, i think, in the beginning, was a good idea. i don't think anyone recognized that it was going to become a completely political body, and basically lose its utility in terms of world peace and it needs to be restructured. i think we need to be putting pressure on them or maybe something else needs to be looked at. another situation that is actually relevant to the world today. >> dr. carson, in talking about his america first slogan, donald trump has talked about we pay for things to do things around the world that we oftentimes don't get a benefit from, yet there have been places and engagements like in germany and japan post world war ii where there was a lot of investment. you think americans realize that america should be a leader and engage in the world or is what mr. trump talking about a new form of isolationism, he's
talking about shoring up ourselves and not engaging with the world as much. >> i think what he's saying we have to be pragmatic. we can have all these grant deyoes -- grandiose ideals, if we don't have the money to pay for it, it doesn't mean very much. it's like the idea of free college for everyone. it sounds great. who wouldn't be for that? it doesn't make any sense if you don't have a good mechanism for makering it occur, then it becomes meaningless jabber and that's what's done in the political world and that's what needs to stop. it's done by both republicans and it's done by democrats, and they hate the fact that there could be someone coming along who is not under their thumb, who is not being controlled by them. they don't like that. >> dr. carson joining us live this morning. good to see you. happy easter. >> thank you. you too. coming up next, a remarkable admission fm the fbi about
good morning, my friends. happy easter. some headlines for you now. the fbi claiming it has barely spoken to hillary clinton since opening the probe into her private e-mail server nine months ago. the feds also seem to be keeping this investigation close to the vest, saying any e-mails they retrieved from clinton's receiver or related communications with her or her staff cannot be released in order to protect the probe. and robert de niro pulling a controversial film linking vaccinations to autism from the
tribeca film festival. de niro has a son with autism and initially fought for the film to be included. however, now he says it's no longer contributing to a productive discussion on the top topic. and the internet going wild this morning over a photo of new jersey governor chris christie pouring a bag of m&ms into a box of m&ms. it didn't take long for the jokes to start. images showing trump holding back christie from can ditch it's important to point out most m&m boxes actually contain a bag of m&ms. christie was just transferring the candy. this is what happens when you're at a sporting event and you order a thing of m&ms. it comes in a box in the bag inside it. stop giving the man a hard time. that is so mean. >> going to the movie theater or the ballpark. have you ordered a lot of m&ms at sporting events? >> no. >> i have. >> i like jumbo pretzels. once again, with another inspirational new song, the band
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>> well-done. paxton in ohio with easter bunny. there we go! love it. >> log on to foxandfriends.com for more. >> happy easter. good morning, happy easter, everyone. texas senator ted cruz gaining momentum in the race for the white house. hi, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." this coming as cruz picks up more endorsements from former presidential candidates mitt romney and jeb bush. the latest fox news poll shows that donald trump still has a lead with 41% of the vote, but look at where ted cruz is coming in second with now 38% of the vote. that's within the margin of error. john kasich finishing third with 17%. joining me right now, cruz supporter, former presidential candidate himself and former governor of texas rick perry. governor