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>> the balloons and the fireworks, that does it for us. we'll be back sunday morning 5:00 a.m. don't go away. fox and friends starts right now from cleveland. in our business, you're not a builder unless you've got a building to show for it. or in my father's case, city skylines. >> under donald trump, and under a donald trump administration, all lives matter! >> my pledge reads -- i'm with you, the american people. >> had enough of the clinton's excu excuses, cover-ups. they have had enough of the
corrupt deals, americans have had enough. >> i'm proud to be gay. i'm proud to be a republican. but most of all, i'm proud to be an american! >> hillary clinton's message is that things will never change -- never ever. my message is that things have to change. and they have to change right now. [ cheers and applause ] >> this is the fighter, the doer that you have chosen as your nominee, he's ready to see it all of the way through. to speak to every man and every woman of every background in every part of this great country. i couldn't be more proud tonight to present to you and all of america, my father, and our next president, donald j. trump!
>> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] >> i am your voice and we will make america great again. god bless you and good night. i love you. ♪ shook me all night long ♪ yeah you ♪ shook me all night long >> the secret service is taking down the iron perimeter around
us that protected everybody for the last week. for the most part, the party is over but man was it a hot night in cleveland, ohio, last night. donald trump had to deliver the speech of his lifetime. by all accounts he did just that. >> it was a long speech, it was 76 minutes long. >> it was a spirited 76. >> it's a good thing that we didn't have to go through security this morning. because brian brought in two huge suitcases, i guess you're going to catch your flight after radio. >> we're moving out. it's going to be delayed. >> they had to check all of our bags, security. when you brought out those two big suitcases i was like, oh, my gosh, security is down. >> but what a night it was last night as you saw the place was actually packed to the rafters, i had a chance to walk through and it was as electric as i can ever remember. can't wait to compare it to next week in philadelphia.
donald trump for the best part that's the best i have ever seen on the prompter. i think he had a message. it got across and i find it hard to believe, i don't know how he did it, ivanka actually outdid everybody thought that it was a great speech. >> absolutely. this morning as you watch us, there's a storm system just a little to the north and to the east of us. but i tell you what, the trumps came into town and they delivered last night. they have been delivering, the whole family, all week long. but, i read the speech about an hour before he delivered it. >> some democrats leaked it. >> a democratic super pac. >> a little bit of corruption. they changed it because it leaked out. >> the one i read was from the campaign. i'm your voice. this is what we're going to hear in this montage.
here's a bit of it, donald trump. >> i have visited the laid-off factory workers and communities crashed by our unfair trade deals, these are the forgotten men and women of our country. and they are forgotten. but they're not going to be forgotten long. these are people who work hard but no longer have a voice. i am your voice! my opponent asked her supporters to resite a three-word loyalty pledge. it reads -- i'm with her. i choose to recite a different pledge -- my pledge reads -- i'm
with you, the american people. i am your voice. i have had a truly great life in business. but now, my soul and exclusive mission is to go to work for our country, to go to work for you. it's time to deliver a victory for the american people! we don't win anymore but we're going to start winning again! >> i mean, he was strong and you saw him gain momentum, instead of being nervous, and how long was it -- the second longest ever -- 75 minutes. the last one that was pretty long was bill clinton in 1996. but he's trying to say,
essentially, listen, i did a pretty good job with my family. don't you agree? i'd like to do it for you. yesterday was the first time we got a personal feel of what he's like to do business with. he had a good friend out there the ability and passion to cut a deal. >> the other theme last night, the same thing we heard throughout the week, law and order. he goes after hillary. take a listen. >> her single greatest accomplishment may be committing such egregious crime and getting away with it, especially others have done far less have paid so dearly. i have a message to every last person threatening the peace on our streets. and the safety of our police. when i take the oath of office
next year, i will restore law and order to our country. believe me. believe me. i will work with and appoint the best and brightest prosecutors and law enforcement officials to get the job properly done. in this race, for the white house, i am the law and order candidate! >> and that's exactly what the crowd wanted to listen to. you know for the most part he's throwing out the traditional campaign rule book. at this kind of address, you evoke ronald reagan morning in america or a kindler gentler george herbert walker bush. instead, donald trump painted a much grimmer picture. he said, america, look, we're screwed up but i got the vision, the plan -- want more of
hillary -- but i have a plan. that was echoed by his daughter, ivanka who came out and she did a very good job. one of the things that people are talking about this morning, ivanka, a great business person and a great marketeer she was wearing one of her own dresses that cost -- >> $158. she wore a dress that she designed which was very smart. everyone talks about what these beautiful women are wearing. we're all fascinated with her clothes. we're fascinated with melania's style as ywell. >> you are. >> when i say we, i mean our female audience. not brian. >> you liked this dress? >> it ee's smart, simple. it's affordable. >> she brought out a democratic talking point, hey man aman makes a dollar, a single woman makes such and such.
we got to get that equal again. i think every democrat said -- she said i'm a my len yal. >> of course, she was there to introduce her father and she told some personal stories about him. listen to this one. >> over the years, on too many occasions to count, i saw my father tear stories out of the newspapers about people whom he had never met who are facing a hardship, he would write a c signature and request that the person be found and invited to trump tower to meet with him. he would talk to them and draw upon his extensive network to find them a job. they would leave his office feeling that life could be great again. >> life could be great again.
>> who else talked like that, rudy giuliani. >> the big theme for her, she really spoke to women, talking about her dad employs more female executives than he does men. he doesn't care about gender. >> what did you think about the speech? e-mail us on the other side, hillary clinton could hours away from announcing her running mate. >> really. >> down to three. senator tim kaine, tom vilsack. hillary clinton is heading to orlando today but who with, mike? >> reporter: that's the question, brian, steve, ainsley. good morning to you. the running mate finalists don't know their fate yet. it's possible we'll know hillary clinton's selection later today and we'll see the democratic ticket later today or tomorrow in miami.
virginia senator tim kaine is getting a great deal of attention in the final hours before we know that selection. kaine has experience as a mayor and he's also fluent in spanish, we chased him across northern virginia yesterday and he was not auditioning with the media. >> i have said all along what i'm going to say now, i'm a happy senator and i'm not looking for another job. i'm a happy senator and i'm not looking for another job. it's been a real honor as you can see -- >> reporter: new jersey senator cory booker has got an lot of buzz in the past 24 hours. and clinton's press secretary described booker as a very effective advocate on behalf of clinton. he made a sports rev wednesday when asked about the running mate search. >> i'm happy to do what the coach asks me to do and play whatever role that the team wants me to play.
and so, i'm looking forward to this general election. frankly i'm looking forward to next week. >> reporter: then there's agricultural secretariry tom vilsack from battle ground iowa. meanwhile, philadelphia's police union is expressing outraj that the democratic convention they haven't invited family members of fallen police officers. we'll see if that changes. >> where is elizabeth warren? >> keep tweeting. look at this -- look at -- isn't she at the wrong convention? what happens when i came face to face with the dnc leader debbie wasserman schultz. >> and the most important speech of his life what do voters think
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the american people on the last night of the rnc. how did his messages and the speeches from last night how did they resonate with the voters. lee just put the big tests to the test. the first one was donald trump. he took the stage last night for that long speech and talked about not being so politically correct. >> that's right. >> let's watch this. >> we cannot afford to be so politically correct anymore. so, if you want to hear the corporate spin, the carefully crafted lies and the media myths, the democrats are holding their convention next week. go there. >> so, you can see that republicans loved that idea of politically correctness is over and you can go somewhere else if you're not with me.
independents gave it a b. but overall, donald trump delivered last night. he did get republicans excited. independents moved over. i think it was a good night for him. >> lot of people were excited to watch ivanka trump last night and her message gender and wage equality within her father's business. thattic a listen to this. >> at my father's company there are more female than male executives, women are paid equally for the work we do. when a woman becomes a mother she's supported not shut out. >> i mean if you look at that republicans gave it a. it went off the charts. independents b. democrats ac. she talked about women's issues and people went nuts if you were in the arena and the dials just showed that. >> and donald trump talked out to the lgbtq community.
take a listen to this. >> as your president i will do everything in my power to protect our lgbtq citizens from the violence and oppression of the hateful foreign ideology. believe me. and i have to say as a republican, it's so nice to hear you cheering for what i just said. thank you. >> so, you can see republicans gave it a b-plus. independents c-plus. democrats, a d. >> i'm surprised that the democrats didn't resonate a little bit more with them. >> i know, i know. i think they were a little bit cynical and surprised. >> you never know who you're going to see behind the scenes at the rnc. what happens when brian comes face to face with debbie
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and ten people who pledged their allegiance to isis are now under arrest this morning in brazil, authorities say the group discussed staging attacks during the olympics in rio. the olympics begin in just two weeks. and this was not the stay they expected. a motel goes up in smoke. guests rushing to safety. a nearby brush fire was to blame for this. crews eventually able to get it under control with no injuries reported. those are your headlines. let's head over to steve, ainsley and brian back inside. >> we're inside because the weather is changing. it's a little windy outside. >> and it's raining now, steve. >> meanwhile, millions of americans watched last night as donald trump accepted the republican party's nomination to be president. >> but millions more listened on radios all around the world and that's all thanks to radio row
here at the convention center. >> and soernl media row has expended that big. you never know who you're going to run into by touching down in radio row. i got an inside look. >> every convention has two objectives -- put on a good show in the arena and it resonates at home. go to radio and now social media row. >> there's something going on every single day. it's super exciting. to bring it from radio row it could about be better. >> it's unlike any radio operation i have ever seen. >> it's in garage. >> a parking garage. >> you have to get off the premise to eat and come back. when you're on a smeshl
commercial break, 4.5 minutes -- >> no one has that kind of foot speed. >> i still missed my junction. >> by the way, in describing it, thank you for using the metric system. it's a long way. >> fox news radio. >> fox has this whole thing to itself. this is where it's really happening. the real pulse. the guy that i know from fox news talk happens to be here right now. he's alan colms. do my picture inspiration? >> it is. it's really great. >> this has been one of the coolest experiences of my life. i sit here, okay, you name it everybody is walking past here, even brian kilmeade i saw him earlier. >> he's cranky guy. >> debbie wasserman schultz, the
chairman of the dnc, answering questions there. do you think the rnc is so well the there might not be a democratic convention? [ laughs x ] >> the commissioner walking around to do some interviews. >> every station is in here. >> this is what the commissioner looks like when he doesn't wear makeup and he doesn't have to -- this is him casual. >> that's what you like about radio. >> yes. >> really want to get an idea of what's playing nationally. i got special permission to storm him on the air and listen to his callers. i know you're on the air right now. >> brian kilmeade from fox news.
>> you want to put on a head set. >> let's do that. >> we're going to have brian kill meade. >> you're going to talk to scott in oregon. >> you know you're welcome any time. >> literally in this middle of the segment. >> yes. >> any time. >> you know how payback works. i wouldn't be surprised if he walks up insihere. there there was also a fight yesterday. between alex jones and the turks. they're physically fighting. >> could i have that life-size photo of you? >> listen, there's a long line. it's awkward when i go to the airport with it. >> awkward if i took that home and put it in my bedroom. >> it is because steve wants it, too. they missed our lunch to do that. >> not only is there a tv show
radio shows as well. meanwhile, straight ahead -- donald trump vows to put america back to work by reclaiming jobs that were sent overseas. our panel of small business owners have strategies that match donald trump's policies. what do they think of trump's message? we'll find out. and billionaire peter thiel used last night to tell he's proud to be a gay american. she spent summer binge-watching. soon, she'll be binge-studying. get back to great. now get a swiss gear backpack for only $10. office depot officemax. gear up for school. gear up for great.
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there can be no prosperity without law and order. [ cheers and applause ] >> and they liked what they heard last night. joining us is tucker carlson is back here. good to have you. >> great to see you. >> so, you know, the run-up to last night's event was he needed to deliver the speech of his lifetime and -- >> it was not only the speech of his lifetime the pivot point for our lifetime. everything in america is changing. last night it was the republican party's turn. you saw the party completely redefined. the text of the speech sets the republican party in a very different place. >> in what way? >> this is a businessman who's not runningen a business platform. the business platform has been the republican platform for my entire lifetime. it's now a nationalist party that's focused against the el e
elites and for the middle class. whether he wins or loses it's a new definition. it's striking. one of the reasons he hated where i live in washington. >> so interested you have a billionaire family who went out of their way to explain their story of coming off as blue-collar. unions don't forget about it. republican party have left the blue-collar worker behind. rick santorum's message didn't resonate. donald trump picked it up. here's a billionaire who relates better to a guy who works 9 to 5 and takes a lunchbox. >> you're right, rick santorum has written the blueprint for this campaign. this is about empathy. he's making the case that elites hate you. he ended the speech not as they typically end with, not god bless you but with i love you.
you can't lead a country that you have contempt for. >> does hillary have contempt? >> by definition. they think the average person is stupid and bigoted. >> something else that was unconventional last night. the co-founder of paypal, peter thiel stood on that stage and said to be proud to be gay and and i'm proud to be an american. >> when i was a kid the great debate was about how we defeat the soviet union and we won. now, we're told -- now we're told that the great debate is about who gets to use which bathroom -- this a distraction from our real problems. who cares?
[ cheers and applause ] >> of course, every american has a unique identity, i'm proud to be gay. i'm proud to be a republican. but most of all, i am proud to be an american! >> this time, the terrorists targeted lgbtq community -- no good. and we're going to stop it. as your president, i will do everything in my power to protect our lgbtq citizens from the violence and oppression of the hateful, foreign ideology. believe me. >> he's talking about orlando. >> of course, he is. he's basically saying there's nothing liberal about allowi ii
idea of radical islam here. >> what about the republican platform, it's much different? >> trump is rewriting the republican platform overall. thiel, brilliant speech. this bathroom stuff is frivolous. it's nonsense. who cares? no one's willing to say it. >> by the way, very few people that i can talk to are more interesting in an instant analysis than you. i have to ask you, all of a sudden democrats are writing their speeches, republicans don't hate gay people and they're not against women getting equal pay in the base. >> like, this is a different republican party and i'll be fascinated how the democrats respond to it. >> you'll come back later on. >> yes. >> the rnc has been a wild ride. literally. it included all of us on bikes.
we'll take a look at the very best moments of the week. and donald trump vows to put america back to work by reclaiming jobs that were sent overseas, these three small business owners have strategies that match donald trump's policies, so, what do they think about trump's message. we're going to ask them, next. ♪ taking care of business ♪ taking care of business ♪ it's all right nexium 24 hour introduces new, easy-to-swallow tablets. so now, there are more ways, for more people... to experience... complete protection from frequent heartburn. nexium 24hr. the easy-to-swallow tablet is here. you can use whipped topping made ...but real joyful moments.. are shared over the real cream in reddi-wip. ♪ reddi-wip.
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consequence, not going to happen anymore. there, donald trump making his pitch to american worse workers as he accepted the republican nomination yesterday. how did his speech resonate with young business owners. live from cleveland, a panel of ohio millennial business owners. good morning to all of you. >> good morning. >> justin, what did you think of the speech last night. >> i thought that donald trump showed a lot of passion and fire, it shows that, you know, he's not afraid to stand up for our country. >> graham? >> passionate but doom and gloom. very pessimistic. >> absolute hi. i know you're a hillary guy. do you think that was by design? >> right, i think when you look at the facts that he was using
he took them out of context and they were misleading. . the doom and gloom is trying to set up for his argument. i think it's unfounded. >> adam? >> i think donald trump did a great job of building a lot of hype last night. >> for instance? >> i don't remember -- >> the jobs numbers in terms of the doom and gloom. if you look at the last 75 months and you got 14.5 million jobs added in the private sector, i think he likes to paint a negative picture. >> are they good jobs? >> good jobs with benefits. >> full time? >> we got a rise in income when you look at the statistics. when you look at the numbers -- be it labor or tax numbers were misleading and out of context. >> justin? >> i see what you're saying and, you know, at the end of the day, you know he painted a picture of
the vision for where the future of the country is going to go and i think he made a lot of valid points. >> as a small business -- i know you're interested in bringing jobs to america. >> correct. >> he wants to crack down on illegal immigration because what that does, when you flood the marketplace with cheap labor people who are here get screwed? >> so, our company clean life energy, we have prove than we can bring jobs back from china to the u.s., we manufacture inhouse and we're able to be competitive in the market. >> sure. graham, he had a message that he would like to rebuild america, something that you take seriously. you're trying to rebuild cleveland. it's been rebuilt -- >> in the last five years cleveland has experienced this renaissance not only with the top-down development really can capital intensify, the work that i do it's really grassroots and neighborhood developments.
urban neighborhoods getting really revitalized. >> adam, you're a businessman, do you like the idea of a businessman in the white house or do you feel, you know, it doesn't have a lot of political experience, he's only been a politician for a year? you want to go with the old hand someone who has washington, d.c., experience? >> no, i would like to find a candidate that has a nice blend of both. >> as a business guy you want stability. the guy's erratic, that's the biggest part of it that gives me caution. >> we thank you all for coming so early on this friday morning. good luck all to all of you. cleveland rocks. >> thank you. coming up -- things haven't always gone according to plan during our stay at the rnc.
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>> we are live from cleveland. >> so let's take a quick tour. clayton? >> what are you doing to prepare for your hit on social media and the impact of the rnc? >> i'm playing a little pokemon go right now. >> look at the crane camera. this is just for me. no one else is allowed to use it. i demanded this. >> so you were the youngest big city mayor in america. in in office, which is spectacular. can i hear you do that cleveland rocks. ♪ ♪ cleveland rocks, cleveland rocks ♪ >> what happened to there's no black america, there's no white america? there is just america! what happened to it? >> there's no shame, there's no half measure. it's he's just there. >> he's italian, uses his hands a lot. >> i'm not italian. i use my hands. >> coconut oil. >> this is my part.
i hold the pan. i tell her i was going to become a neurosurgeon and that she wouldn't see me much and she said, is that a promise? >> you guys got to check out the favorite store fronts, flags and valor, veteran owned and combat veteran made. come on, everyone, make their website crash. >> former navy s.e.a.l., lone survivor marcus luttrell and his good friend and good friend of our own show, governor rick perry. >> the last man standing was mr. trump. >> you know, you were bright but i didn't know you were a genius. combining books and beer. i'll tell you -- >> you can't beat that. if people came for the beer and then saw there was a book. >> i used to be a democrat, but the democratic party basically left me. the thing this country needs more than anything is a leader. >> congratulations, dad, we love you. >> special report, here at the republican convention. that's the place to be. >> here comes the next -- you want to take this one, maybe not this one. so a lot different than the
average special report. >> you can hear the train going by. >> it's the 834 into cleveland, come on in, cleveland. >> somebody said to me, you know, is the republican party going to leave here unified? i said i was confident by the end of philadelphia we'd be amazingly unified. >> "cooking with friends," challah bread. where did this get started? >> i was wondering why we had challah bread which is a jewish tradition, but i'm not jewish. >> pull out a flag and trying to lit it. >> do you hate america? >> do i hate america? yes. >> i accept your nomination to run and serve as vice president. >> here's governor pence arriving right here to "fox & friends." >> for me to be in that moment was just very humbling. >> here's something you don't see every day, "duck dynasty" patriarch phil robertson supported ted cruz in the primaries but he's 100% behind
trump. >> were you a tractor girl or a girl wearing a pink dress? >> i was on the tractor wearing a pink dress. >> erica and erica's mom, nancy levy. >> what was that like getting a call from erica and erica said, mom, i'm in love with geraldo? >> i was surprised. >> mike pence -- he went this way. that's where we're going. see you tomorrow, everybody. >> hey, juan williams is here. >> juan. >> geraldo. >> the week that was. it has been so much fun, cleveland really has rolled out the red carpet. pete, you tangled with some of the demonstrators and the part you're talking to the guy, you hate america? >> yeah. you hate america, where are you going to go? where else would i go? and the cops, they did a fantastic job. >> what was your favorite part of the week? >> i have no idea.
obviously my time you is my favorite as always. but i mean, so much has changed, so much to process. >> this is a guy who has seen it all. you're saying you have never seen this. >> it was unbelievable. >> the protests that the mainstream media said would disrupt, never happened. >> absolutely. i'm not mainstream, i was convinssed it was going to be -- convinced it was going to be awful. >> it would be epox -- >> right. so i'm grateful to that. >> we're epoxless. >> sounds like clearasil. >> or strident pads. >> those work by the way. >> tucker and pete, thank you. >> you bet. meanwhile, it was the most important speech of donald trump's life and he got a glowing response from the crowd. but what did you think about it? peter doocy is going through all your e-mail and facebook and tweets right now. he'll join us in a second. and scott brown's daughter ayla brown, she brought down the rnc house with the rendition of
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♪ and the rockets' red glare the bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ gave proof through the night that our flag was still there ♪ ♪ oh, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave ♪ ♪ o'er the land of the free ♪ ♪ and the home of the brave? ♪ >> all right! >> wow. that was great. ayla brown. congratulations. >> thank you. thank you. >> she opened the show last night. ayla, come over here.
>> her dad is on the set. >> hey, dad. >> he had his hand on his heart. >> we all did. >> that was fantastic. >> thank you. >> you kicked off the show lass night. what was it like to start the biggest night of the -- biggest night of the convention? >> well this is the second biggest moment of the life, singing on "fox & friends" in the morning. so thank you guys for the opportunity. last night was surreal, it really was. having that honor of opening up the last night of the convention. >> how did that happen? did donald trump call you? >> i wished he called me. my whole family met donald trump and i was hoping last night would be the moment but it wasn't. >> you were asked are you nervous, a little bit. just to hang out, what do you think about before something like that? >> so i was -- >> i saw you, exactly. i was nervous and then the minute i got on stage and everyone started singing along, the nerves just disappeared. >> sure. >> it became so much fun. >> well, what an honor to
speak -- the very night that donald trump actually got to speak. just listen to some of his speech. and then we'll chat about it. >> okay. >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. usa, usa, usa! in this race for the white house, i am the law and order candidate. i know the time for action has come. we can accomplish these great things and so much more. all we need to do is start believing in ourself and in our country again. start believing. it is time to show the whole
world that america is back, bigger and better and stronger than ever before. this is the legacy of hillary clinton. death, destruction, terrorism and weakness. but hillary clinton's legacy does not have to be america's legacy. let's defeat her in november. okay? i am asking for your support tonight so that i can be your champion in the white house. and i will be your champion. the american people will come first once again. i am your voice. i will fight for you and i will win for you.
we will make america strong again. we will make america proud again. we will make america safe again. and we will make america great again. god bless you and good night. i love you! ♪ >> and there goes the confetti and 125,000 balloons. the balloon drop. >> i was there. >> i was there. >> where were you sitting? >> literally right behind the delegates in the first row. so i had proper balloon space.
>> so you were picking confetti out of your hair. >> absolutely. it was so much fun. >> what's interesting about his speech, you know, some politicians when they accept a nomination, kinder gentler kind of message. he painted a grim picture because you look at all the polls, so many people feel like we are on the wrong track, we're in the ditch. essentially what he said, and it's the quoted -- most quoted line of the speech. i am your voice. for the people who are fed up to here and want change. >> yeah, what really resonated with you that he said? >> i think as a millennial we needed to hear that. because we hear all the bad things from kind of the left side of the media about, you know, the politically incorrect things he said. throughout his career when he started just, you know many months ago. >> he's politically incorrect and proud of it. >> yeah, we saw a different side of him. as a young voter it was almost energizing to say this is
someone as a republican woman and a young republican i can stand behind and finally said i'm confident in this guy. you know? >> interesting, because can i do something politically incorrect, how old are you? >> i'm 27. but next week i'll be 28. >> everyone is responsible now for getting her a gift. ayla, one thing is you had a situation where you have this presidential nominee talk about the lgbtq community and the label on your generation is that you're more open to that than the current generation. >> i completely agree. i think my generation is open to that, and one of the defining moments i think in his speech last night around the thing that made him human to me was when he said this has to stop. he looked into the camera, you could see his expression completely change when he started to talking about that community. it was wonderful. >> the crowd went crazy. >> it did. i didn't expect it -- as a republican, that makes me feel happy. >> i love everyone, basically. >> yes. >> let's move on to ivanka. she spoke last night. >> so many people were excite about her. >> they were.
and a lot of women. we look up to her because she's done so much. she's so successful, smart. that's her style right there. that dress is her -- >> work it, girl. >> you can buy that 138 bucks at macy's or nordstrom. >> speaking of buying things i have her perfume and i bought an ivanka trump shirt and it's one of my favorites. >> very affordable. >> it is. when you think of what hillary clinton has worn in the past and the backlash she's gotten for wearing a $12,000 suit jacket, look at how beautiful she looks in a $138 dress. >> last night, ivanka trump got the assignment different than her brothers and tiffany to talk about what female's role is in their organization and what they are doing across the country. >> of course. >> also said i'm a registered independent. listen to her. >> and my father's company, there are more female than male executives. women are paid equally for the
work that we do and when a woman becomes a mother, she is supported, not shut out. >> and so what she is doing is she's portraying her father and telling it like it is. >> that sounds familiar, doesn't it? >> scott brown, her father. and this past week we have learned, wait a minute, we have learned something else to him. >> there is humanizing him. i know that very well, because people want to see that side of political candidates and being a daughter of a politician, i will say that it's all about perception. in way it's not. because if you have a great family bond which clearly they have it shines through. >> yeah, you're right. >> but we should say when you and -- when your dad got
selected senator, he said my daughters are available. but you're no longer available. >> we'll talk about that later. >> you're celebrating a birthday and another millennial celebrated a birthday yesterday. maybe if it's not going well with this relationship we can work something out. >> thanks, ainsley. >> i'll give you his number. >> peter doocy is joining us. peter is looking at social media and the e-mail. how people are reacting to the speech last night. >> and a lot of the people who are writing in this morning really liked this speech. the way they're framing it is they're saying that was a really good one. the democrats next week have their work cut out for them. you've got chuck newton who tweeted us. he said no longer will trump be pushed to be like reagan. future campaigns will be pushed to be like trump. needs to keep this tone. then on facebook, troy sent in already a better speech than what hillary will say next week. it was an upbeat speech while talking about our country's problems. donald may not be perfect, but better than the alternative. hearing a lot of this. >> yeah. i think the next thing they'll be doing, peter, going to
virginia. i know you a lot of traveling around. i know going into the washington's background this is our new directions and it would be nice for republicans to win virginia. >> in the past, one of the other conventions would take it easy for a few days. >> kelly said this. >> trump speaks what the democrats don't want to hear. the truth. great speech. makes me proud to be an american. then another one from amber, she said, love love love, future presidential trump's speech. i'm so proud to -- i'm so proud that we have a man who believes. then not all good though. we have this one from jeffrey. he says having listened to donald trump speak last night nothing great. his speech lacked details. >> i'm curious, pete, as you look at the social media, it was a very long speech as i believe 76 minutes. a spirited 76 minutes. are people just completely -- oh, he went too long?
>> didn't seem like it. but covering these things that's about how long his speech goes generally. you know, it was more disciplined than -- >> because he wrote it down. >> because it was completely -- it went in a straight line. there was no distraction. nobody -- there was -- it looked like one person in the crowd who kind of held things up for a second. but it was -- >> it seemed like a speech to you? >> i'll tell you a little bit of background because i was backstage. we were trying to find out how long the speech was going to be. everyone in the rnc was freaking out because the trump team did not send a copy of the script before. so no one knew what he was going to say, which kind of made it exciting. then we were like, oh, wow, okay. he has a lot to say tonight, you know? >> we had been curious earlier. they do a sound check with some of the speakers and some people would load into the teleprompter for what they'd say, but for the primetime wins they load in the gettysburg address and go and read that. >> really? >> when trump came out, what did
he say? >> to text out -- he had a special podium that nobody else got to use. he started to say how much he loves the press now. >> loves cleveland. >> buttering us up. >> loves the police officer. i heard that. >> he did. >> gettysburg address, they would have accused him of plagiarizing. >> of course they would. >> peter, happy birthday yesterday and ayla happy birthday. and protesters tried to make a statement by burning the flag, but demonstrators were much less than anyone expected. pete hegseth has a message for the boy and the women in blue who look -- and look who else is in the greenroom. herman cain and dennis kucinich. good morning! we have a spirited program.
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tennessee representative marcia blackburn took the rnc stage last night, pushing for unity, telling voters that true leadership can be found in trump if he's president. thanks for joining us. >> yes. >> what an honor to be giving the speech last night. >> yes. absolutely. >> what message did you want the voters to hear? >> because you nailed it. i was there. >> well, thank you. i like nailing it. >> i hope that was appropriate. >> yes. you know, the message was unity. it is time for our party to come together and for our country to
come together. i love that we were focused on make america one again, because the divisiveness is awful. >> absolutely. >> will they come together after this? we remember ted cruz 24 hours prior. >> i think it goes back to team building, leadership. the other point of the message, leaders are team builders and the acronyms for team together everyone achieves more. >> absolutely. congresswoman, so many in the mainstream media have tried to portray donald trump as a cartoon. guy. crazy businessman. you have seen him on the stump. what is it about him that's appealing across all demographics in many cases? >> he's speaking what people are thinking. he goes out there and he says, look, i know you're angry about this, that and the other. i am too. whether it's the wall, whether it is wage stagnation, whether it is no jobs growth. whether it's washington coming in and overriding what your counties and states want to do.
people have had it. >> you're a real leader on the republican side. i know you were part of mitt romney behind the scenes. compare mitt romney to trump's speech. >> romney's speech was measured. we can't talk about our wealth and the trump speech talked about this is how we did it. the embodiment of the american dream. you take something here and you end up with something here. that is -- that's what everybody wants. they want their children to be able to do better and have more. they don't want their children -- >> so you like this one better? you think this is more effective? >> yes. >> the children say we knew we grew up privileged and as billionaires. that's now -- we hung out with average americans too. people like us. >> we were raised as blue collar kids, you know? >> after a big night last night, thank you so much for getting up early. >> great to be here. good to see you. all right, still ahead, a
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god bless our police officers. >> indeed. our own pete hegseth was right in the thick of things and he's back with a special message for the men and women who have kept us safe all week long. >> boy, they sure have. and, you know, donald trump talked about it last night he said an attack on the police is an attack on all of us. there's a huge microscope on the cleveland police and they have done an outstanding job as we have seen firsthand. >> because we were expecting gigantic -- >> massive protesters. there were a couple of times they were challenged. communist revolutionaries were trying to burn the american flag, they knew it was going to be hot and contested. here's what some had to say when i was there. >> why do you think we should burn a flag? nothing? silence? >> america was never great! america was never great!
>> why do you hate this flag? tell me to my face why you hate this flag? >> [ bleep ] and america. >> anyone else who hates america wants to talk to me? do you hate america? >> do i hate america? yes. >> what other country would you like to go to where you would haven't the right to protest like this? >> go to another country? i want to make this country great. >> it has yet to be great, but yet you don't want to go to another country? >> why would i go anywhere else? this is where i'm from. >> hard to debate. >> yeah. >> it really is -- >> no, it's mindless. the opposition that they ultimately had. >> we showed that yesterday and again today, because everywhere you went in cleveland, you were stopped and police officers were thanking you. >> they were thanking me and i wanted to thank them. i think they've gotten so little thanks. i mean, few people will do that. but very few media pieces that show exactly what they do and how well they do it. they said thank you for telling our story.
for having our backs. >> i love the fact you showed up to the flag burning wearing the american flag hat. anyone try to grab the hat? >> no. i said, do you want to take this one right here? they talk tough, but they're not tough. >> everyone is tough behind a mask. >> easy to be a gangster, until it's time to do gangster stuff. >> not only law enforcement wants to thank you, but viewers too. we got a lot of responses. >> we did. >> joe said thank you pete hegseth. you are a standup guy who called out these confused and misguided souls. i am proud of you. >> all right. nicole said this in a much higher voice. you showed incredible restraint and professionalism with the flag burners. i don't know how you did it. >> it was tough. there were a few moments. but i'm there to report. >> the protocol if you punch the protesters then we have to do a report on you. so we don't have a backup. >> diane says pete did -- can we see diane's again? there it is. did a great job interviewing the protesters. you're our hero.
>> the real hero are these cops and what they do -- >> and you do. you fought for our country. >> they're underappreciated. under assault with the black lives matter movement. they do their job and they do it for people who hate the cops, they're pigs and they acted with professionlism. >> cleveland did an incredible job, the organization, the way that the police forces came together and gelled as one. >> thank you so much, cleveland, and thank you to every law enforcement officer who was protecting the streets. you guys were everywhere in droves. we thank you. but nothing major happened here. >> because of them. >> that's right. all right. thank you. meanwhile, there are three choices on hillary clinton's short list of veeps but experts say there's only one. we can find out who that person is. could be one of the three right there later today. we'll get the latest as we get
our first look at the sight of the dnc in philadelphia. they tweeted out this image of their podium. >> there you go on the road again. we all know that donald trump wants to make america great again and he laid out his plans to make that happen. how will he do? >> herman cain, karl rove and dennis kucinich and it looks like herman cain is the thirstiest.
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americans will finally wake up in a country where the laws of the united states are enforced. we are going to be considerate and compassionate to everyone. but my greatest compassion will be for our own struggling citizens. >> joining us now to talk about reaction from this week, karl rove and we have the former president of godfather pizza and former presidential candidate herman cain and dennis kucinich, former congressman -- >> and he ran for president as well. >> right. >> dennis almost fell off his chair when he said i'm sworn in in november, i had to revive him. that would be your nightmare. >> here's the first republican candidate in 100 years who's challenged the foreign policy establishment.
huge. huge. >> you did. >> i'll tell you what. >> yeah, you have come on the show almost every week. you would not endorse the candidate. now he's the nominee, what do you think? >> i strongly, strongly, strongly support donald trump all the way through november. >> finally we got it out of you. >> i said strongly, strongly, strongly support. i didn't say the "e" word. that's close enough. >> this is a little different. usually they have the lightning round at the end. let's have it right now. i'll ask each of you to give the speech last night a grade and the one thing you liked the best about it, and one thing you didn't like about it. >> i'm going to ask you. >> karl? >> b-plus. i thought the great thing about it was we got a lot more about who donald trump was and what he would do and he appropriately dialed back. he took some whacks at hillary clinton, but a lot of the swing voters were wanting to hear, what is it you're going to do and who you are. >> the minus? >> it was -- we got a little bit more meat on the bones, but there was -- this was his
stump -- a lot of the stump speech simply written down. there were a couple of points at which i think people are going to say, really we can gdefeat isis, how? >> herman the grade? >> i give an "a" because it was powerful, focused and specific. >> but? >> but you don't have time to give -- get into all of the weeds in a speech like that. that's why i give it an "a" because it connected with the american people on those topics that they care about. >> dennis? >> i would say -- i would agree with karl rove, b-plus. the areas that he hit that i thought that would appeal to democrats were stop the interventionism, take care of the things in america and his challenge to the trade deals. >> sure. >> many people are concerned about that. the part i was uncomfortable with, the authoritarian strain. you know, we don't need big brother. he made the case for big daddy i
suppose. but we have to be careful that we don't slide into a kind of too much control. >> i think i can talk about this whole thing for three hours and the speech lasted 76 minutes but another area i want you to weigh in on is when he talk about illegal immigration because the big fear -- the textbook fear is you alienate hispanics when you talk about illegals. did he do that? let's listen. >> of all my travels in this country, nothing has affected me more -- nothing even close i have to tell you than the time i have spent with the mothers and fathers who have lost their children to violence, spilling across our borders which we can solve. we have to solve it. these families have no special interests to represent them. there are no demonstrators to protect them and certainly none
to protest on their behalf. my opponent will never meet with them or share in their pain, believe me. instead, my opponent wants sanctuary cities. but where was the sanctuary for kate steinle? where was the sanctuary for the children of maryan and sabine and jameel? these wounded american families have been alone. but they are not alone any longer. we are going to build a great border wall to stop illegal immi the gangs. and the violence and to stop the drugs from pouring into our communities. >> and who's going to pay for it? >> mexico. >> karl, what do you think?
>> i thought his discussion of the victims of violence, i thought particularly when he talked about the girl in nebraska who had just graduated with a 4.0 average, whose life was snuffed out, i thought this was emotionally the highest point of the night. look, you brought this up by saying will this alienate hispanics? that last night would not alienate hispanics. i come from state with a lot of latinos. do you think they're happy with what they're happening to their communities particularly along the border where they're seeing this violence first hand? the damage that was done was done much earlier when he characteri characterized a whole group of people with inappropriate language. last night was what he should have been saying from the beginning. he did himself some good last night. this was emotional, powerful and from the heart. you listen to him talk about this and you'll know this has touched him inside. >> herman, he balanced out the message. we heard the wall before but not balanced out with the victims like this. >> because when in the media pull the sound bite they only
pull out the part they want to represent. that whole message told the whole story. let's see if it gets replayed. you guys replayed the whole thing. like karl said, now you know who he's talking about it. >> democratic dennis? >> i agree that it's good to show sympathy and sensitivity for people who have been affected by violence and i think we have to be careful that this thing doesn't unravel to where it becomes anti-immigrant and because that's not what america is about. that we don't scapegoat the people who are basically trapped here because of the way the system has worked where we have exploited immigrant labor. but i'm concerned about that. >> that's dennis way of talking political correctness. >> correct. are you pulling off 12 million people -- >> the american people are not worried about it unraveling. they're worried about being safe. so i respect what you're saying. >> but 12 million people whose status -- >> dennis, he said -- he said illegal aliens. see, this is what liberals and
democrats do. >> no. no. >> they worried about it unraveling. >> i'm not a liberal. i'm an american first. >> that's great. all i'm saying is, donald trump couldn't have been clearer. i guess because i'm a strong, strong, strong supporter of donald trump i have to set the record straight with people all the time because he's mischaracterized. what's that to be overly concerned about? he specifically said illegals. i'm done with it. >> i'll tell you what, karl you know this better than most. usually when candidates accept the nomination from their party, it is a kinder, gentler kind of speech. last night, i paid -- i read it depicted as it was grim. because we're in a situation, where we're in trouble in this country. >> i slightly disagree. i think one of the things about last night that worked for him was he was forward looking. he was look agent the future. what was the peace, security and safety. and he had a good slogan. he had -- he built this speech out. it was -- you know, it was a lot of what we heard before, but the
points that we hadn't heard before like i will be your voice, that was powerful. what we hadn't before, i'm doing this because i'm motivated by the horrific damage that has been caused to these families, the grief that they have had to suffer. the loss that they have had to endure. i thought that was very powerful. >> then to intermingle and hillary clinton is for sanctuary cities. >> again, he touched on it. it wasn't done with a 2 x 4, but with a gentle -- here's the fact, i'm moving on. >> but you have to have a message that gets hispanics involved, and lets them know even if it's a picture dictionary version. i'm talking tough, but here's the hispanic foreman who has been working on the job for he since 1996. there is no balance. >> one speech solves -- doesn't solve every problem. how does he win the latinos based on i'll make your neighborhood safe, i will make your family more prosperous. i will make our country safer and better.
and he's got to find a way to do that and so far, he hasn't done it -- in the primaries he hasn't focused a lot on that. >> karl, i would say what you just said is very true and i'd like to add is that you can't tell people, okay, we'll make your community safe and at the same time we're going to deport 12 million people. i mean, there's some funny business there that's -- he didn't say that. but you have to look at the subtext. >> he's previously said it. i think dennis is right. even in the republican primaries what was popular was building the wall. in every exit poll from every republican primary, nearly two out of every three americans said we have to resolve this situation. >> karl, herman, dennis, thank you. will we see you in philly? >> no. >> great job. >> meanwhile, politics and rock 'n' roll have gone hand in hand. geraldo rivera knows the people who created that reputation, beatles and john lennon and he
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olympics thwarted. ten people have been arrested in brazil who pledged allegiance to isis. the games begin in two weeks. southwest airlines is back up and running after a computer glitch grounded hundreds of flights coast to coast. thousands of passengers though are still stranded across the country with the airline now offering what it calls flexible rebooking through sunday. those are your headlines. see you back here shortly. brian? yes, and on the democratic side of your election headquarters, it's time to switch gears. this is your first look at the dnc podium in philadelphia where we'll be in a couple of days. the event is set to kick off in just three days. >> i see a lot of blue. but we should. but first, hillary clinton has to announce her vice presidential veep pick. you know what? that could come later on today. >> mike emanuel joins us from orlando where clinton is headed. mike? >> reporter: ainsley, steve and brian, good morning.
democratic sources say their normally chatty friends have gone radio silent in recent days as try to keep the vice presidential selection from leaking out. we're hearing about tim kaine, cory booker and tom vilsack. we followed tim kaine chasing him all day long and he was asked why both clinton and donald trump are unpopular with some americans and he blamed outside money, super pacs for the negativity. >> i'm not sure there's ever going to be a presidential election again where the public is going to look at candidates and feel good about them because we have created a system that is intentionally used to try to make politics bad. >> reporter: as for new jersey senator cory booker he is seen as a rising star in the
democratic party. a lot of buzz about him in the last 24 hours. in fact, brian fallen tweeted about cory booker yesterday, calling him an advocate on the behalf of hrc. he showed some skill handling the running mate questions. >> i know the clinton campaign is in the midst of making a decision right now. i know there are a lot of qualified people. i'm very happy to do whatever i can to support this candidate to win. >> vilsack has the longest personal relationship with the clintons. also the longest government experience. we'll see who hillary clinton wants to pick in the coming hours or perhaps by tomorrow. back to you guys in cleveland. >> mike, real quick, exit question. so nobody is talking about elizabeth warren, even though everyone was talking about two weeks ago?
>> reporter: that's right. elizabeth warren said she thought she'd know by now and a lot of people are looking forward to who she picks. >> a lot of people who supported bernie sanders are not happy with the pick of tim kaine. and geraldo knows the people like the rolling stones and mick jagger. geraldo rivera is live from the rock & roll hall of fame next. >> stop it! anything meant to stand needs a stable foundation. a body without proper foot support can mean pain. the dr. scholl's kiosk maps your feet and recommends our custom fit orthotic to stabilize your foundation and relieve foot, knee or lower back pain from being on your feet. dr. scholl's. are those made with all-beef, karen? yeah, they're hebrew national. but unlike yours, they're also kosher. only certain cuts of kosher beef meet their strict standards. they're all ruined. help yourself! oh no, we couldn...okay thanks, hebrew national. a hot dog you can trust.
"air force one." get it? >> yeah. get off my plane. meanwhile, music and politics have always gone in hand and hand and in cleveland more political history was made. >> geraldo rivera joins us from the rock & roll hall of fame with greg harris, the president and ceo. hey, geraldo. we see geraldo. we don't -- >> he hears us, he's ignoring us. he does this all the time. >> now that the politicians have left cleveland, some of the great attractions and landmarks remain. this is my absolute favorite. the rock & roll hall of fame. when i started in the news business in 1970 with my long hair, i was known as the rock 'n' roll news man. and it has been my honor, my privilege, also my desire to interview the great rockers in history, including every one of
the beatles and mick jagger two weeks younger than i am. here's the curator here in cleveland, greg harris. congratulations. how many visitors are you getting every year? >> we're getting half a million visitors and ten million people have come from around the world to experience this great museum. >> why here? why in cleveland? you know, a lot of places have a great claim, memphis, new york, other places. why cleveland? >> you know, all of those cities have a great musical legacy and cleveland had a great radio deejay, alan freed, he was broadcasting rhythm and blues music. he was calling it rock 'n' roll and he was inspiring teenagers everywhere. >> you know, my television debut 1959, west about along, new york high school, we danced on the dance show in new york. but he got in a jam? a couple of them, so forth. one thing in terms of racial -- you know, relations, back in that tinder box time. >> yeah. very early television show, frankie lymon and the teenagers
show. there was a couple -- it was an interracial couple dancing and when it was broadcast, advertisers were not happy at all. >> "why do fools fall in love" and michael jackson, one of -- i was one of his few defenders. i end up on the short end of the stick. but aside from the beatles, rolling stones, and the names we'll mention. michael jackson the king of pop, what was his significance? >> you know, of course the jackson 5, terrific band. but michael as an individual, great songwriter. great performer. really married the video medium with rock 'n' roll and dance. >> yeah. don't forget bruce. >> can't forget the boss. singing the working man's story, and sharing it with the broad audience and did it in a way that inspired so many people. every show is better than the last. he's amazing. >> here the iconic, the one and only, the wonderful, elvis
in our business, you're not a builder unless you've got a building to show for it. or in my father's case, city skylines. >> under donald trump and under a donald trump administration, all lives matter! >> my pledge reads i'm with you, the american people. >> they have had enough of the clintons excuses, cronyism and cover-ups. they have had enough of the
corrupt deals americans have had enough. >> i am proud to be gay. i am proud to be a republican. but most of all, i am proud to be an american. >> hillary clinton's message is that things will never change. never ever. my message is that things have to change and they have to change right now. >> this is the fighter, to doer that you have chosen as your nominee. he's ready to see it all the way through, to speak to every man and every woman of every background in every part of this great country. and i could not be more proud tonight to present to you and to all of america my father and our next president, donald j. trump. >> i humbly and gratefully
huntington convention center. >> hall and oates was recently inducted into the hall of fame. we appreciate that. >> too bad we couldn't get them live. >> we have these two. >> we have tucker carlson and john roberts. >> i spent all my capital getting rush into the hall of fame. >> really? >> three-man canadian band. >> exactly. >> so i don't think anybody on the fox news channel staff has seen more trump speeches than john roberts. what did you think of last night? >> he very effectively for the first time married the energy of the ad lib speeches he gives at the rallies with the disciplined teleprompter speech. last night he put the two together. some republicans think he yelled too much. but i think it was kind of vintage donald trump on the stump with a very disciplined
message. >> tucker, how about you? what was the most interesting thing he said? >> you can see why republicans in washington still hate them. he has repudiated not just the economic policy but their foreign policy and their style. trump is the candidate for people who really think america is falling apart. which by the way it is. but he's not giving a traditional conservative message. most people in the media are so dumb, right wing speech, no, it was. it was a nationalist speech. this is something we have not seen in my lifetime. >> in fact, yeah, here he is talking about -- giving this nationalist message. america's number one and it's got to be america first. >> tonight, i will share with you my plan for action for america. the most important difference between our plan and that of our opponents is that our plan will put america first. americanism, not globalism will
be our credo, as long as we are led by politicians who will not put america first. then we can be assured that other nations will not treat america with respect. the respect that we deserve. the american people will come first once again. my plan will begin with safety at home. which means safe neighborhoods, secure borders and protection from terrorism. there can be no prosperity without law and order. >> and his message really was about law and order because so many people watching, you know, on the channel and everything else, they see so much of the world going to hell in a
handbasket. tucker, if donald trump does win the presidency, do you think that people are going to remember this speech like they did ronald reagan in 1976 where the 2016 speech of donald trump marked the beginning of an american revival? >> yes. certainly of the american pivot, and if he keeps talking like this he will win. here's the truth and everybody knows it. the last ten years have been great to people who are affluent and powerful. all of us. they have not been so good to everybody else. and by the elites i mean not just the democratic party let'ses but the republican party elites and everybody controlling the message. trump began by saying they're all lying to you for their own benefit and that is true. people know it's true. it's refreshing, whatever trump's many, many problems it's refreshing to hear that. >> his speech is being described as dark and angry and the political elites in washington, the democrats are going to portray it that way as well. but it has resonance for working
people in this country, who have seen their job goes to mexico or china, who are only a hot water leak away from losing their vacation because they don't have enough money to pay for both. maybe it is possible -- >> even if they take a vacation. >> its not just the middle class is dying, but that the elites are prospering. he made reference to bernie sanders, 90% of odd games under obama have gone to the top 1%. elites never talked that way. >> when he talked about the security he rolled off the names of the cops -- how many cops were killed in a certain amount of time. the democratic convention doesn't have a representative of the police association scheduled to appear. if you like cops, stay with the republicans, we're not. >> because they have invited a number of families of people who have been killed by the cops. and essentially what donald trump was saying yesterday was -- last night was i am your voice. you have got a choice. do you really want hillary --
here he goes. watch this. >> iraq is in chaos. iran is on the path to nuclear weapons. syria is engulfed in the civil war and a refugee crisis now threatens the west. after 15 years of wars in the middle east, after trillions of dollars spent, and thousands of lives lost, the situation is worse than it has ever been before. this is the legacy of hillary clinton. death, destruction, terrorism and weakness. but hillary clinton's legacy does not have to be america's legacy. hillary clinton's message is that things will never change. never ever. my message is that things have
to change and they have to change right now. >> john, there was -- pardon me, ainsley. john was saying -- he was talking during the sound bite. there was one -- >> there was one part he said -- i'm with her, he says i'm with you. then he said, i will fight for you. there's an interesting little point of reference historically for you. that was an overall subplot of his message and it was al gore's signature slogan back in 2000. i will fight for you. so he's picked up something that the democrats did, 16 years ago, which is why i thought, you know, some of the themes he explored last night were kind of boiler plate republican themes, growing the economy, tax cuts, but some were appealing to solely the working class worker, who feel like the political elites have left them behind. >> a lot of millennials want that. he's talking about change. they want this to be
unconventional and that's why a lot of the voters love donald trump. he's not your establishment politics. he had his friend, peter thiel, who is one of your friends, the cofounder of paypal, a billionaire up on stage and talking about being gay and donald trump made a comment about the lgbtq community, and encouraging them to vote for him and why. let's listen to this and discuss it. the new gop. >> when i was a kid, the great debate was about how to defeat the soviet union and we won. now we are told -- now we are told that the great debate is about who gets to use which bathroom. this is a distraction from our real problems. who cares? of course, every american has a unique identity. i am proud to be gay. i am proud to be a republican. but most of all, i am proud to be an american.
>> this time the terrorist targeted lgbtq community. no good and we're going to stop it. as your president, i will do everything in my power to protect our lgbtq citizens from the violence and oppression of the hateful, foreign ideology. believe me. >> but when he says that, tucker, does he lose evangelicals by going out there -- >> no, i think it's -- maybe some for sure. the "q" is confusing but the point that peter thiel made this is an emperor new clothes movement. he's telling you what you already know. identity politics is stupid, frivolous, banal. what does care, why are we talking about bathrooms and
climate when the middle class is dying? and nobody has the brass to say, this is dumb, but thiel does. >> and the nba pulled out the all-star game because of the bathroom issue in north carolina. >> we have heard this stuff. and donald trump, this is one point where he departs from the platform of the republican party and he's really kind of framed this in the context of what happened in orlando and he's become a champion for the cause. there are a lot of people in the lgbtq community who are not on board with that yet. but he's trying to make that point. i don't know if he'll be able to make it to the point where he would get the majority of them to vote for him. >> sure. >> but he's certainly trying very hard. >> very interesting between the women's issues that ivanka brought up to the gay issues to -- >> can i say something about ivanka? they have to get her out on the stump. >> she's great. >> all the time. >> they have to get her on radio and tv as much as possible because what she did last night was she from the point of a
daughter which is much more powerful than the point of a son. >> and an executive. >> and a very powerful, intelligent executive as well. she humanizes in a way that no one else can and when she talk about how women get marginalized in the workforce, but not at the trump organization -- >> she knows that's trump's area he needs work on. >> like the combination. >> did you see it? >> absolutely. >> john and tucker, thank you. >> i'll be in new york outside of trump towers sucking up the fumes. >> fantastic. thanks so much. meanwhile, ainsley? >> what happens face to face with dnc chairwoman debbie wasserman shultzs when brian spots her here? >> she was so happy. >> the most important speech of his life, but what do voters think of donald trump's performance last night? lee carter is here with brand-new dials out, that you will only see on "fox &
donald trump making the biggest business pitch of his career to the american people on the last night of the rnc. how did his message and the other speeches from night four resonate with viewers and voters? lee carter is a pollster and partner at maslansky & partners and she puts the biggest moments to the dial test. i need to point out, this woman did not get one wink of sleep. she was up busy doing the dials. >> i'll be going to sleep after this. >> i bet you will. >> first sound bite, watch the lines. here's donald trump talking about how he is the law and order candidate. >> i have a message to every last person threatening peace on our streets and the safety of our police. when i take the oath of office next year, i will restore law and order to our country. believe me. believe me. i will work with and appoint the
best and brightest prosecutors and law enforcement officials to get the job properly done. in this race, for the white house, i am the law and order candidate. >> that's what he said and look at those dials. >> i mean, the republicans, red line, off the charts. a-plus. the independents more along the lines of a "b." democrats a "d." what was really important, we heard those republicans really came around together around this message last night. also the independents felt it was a strong message, law and order message, the safety and security message resonates. >> we just had john roberts on, saying that the campaign needs to get ivanka out more. here she is talking about her father who she says is color blind. >> my father values talent. he recognizes real knowledge and skill when he finds it. he is color blind and gender neutral.
he hires the best person for the job, period. words and promises no matter how visionary they sound will only get you so far. in our business, you're not a builder, unless you have a building to show for it. or in my father's case city skylines. >> the republicans loved her. >> they absolutely -- off the charts. she was an "a" with republicans, a "b" with independents. even the democrats gave her a "c," c-minus. she's an amazing spokes woman for him. >> exit question, he's got the republicans, did he win over independents? >> i think so. >> what about democrats? >> i think that he had a really good night with democrats. even though the dials were low it used to be in the 20s and 10s. he was at moments in the 50s and 60s with democrats. i think he did win a couple over. >> that's what he wants. thank you. you have been great this week. see you in philly next week. you never know who you'll see behind the scenes at the
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good morning. welcome back to cleveland. a couple of quick headlines to bring you right now. new overnight, another police officer is shot. this time it happened at a park in chicago. officers exchanging gunfire with a man they approached after he was acting eratcally. that man died and the officer is expected to be okay. more information on that story as we get it out of chicago.
police on high alert after an anonymous caller puts a $15,000 bounty on san francisco police officers. well, this coming days after a man was arrested for making death threats against the acting police chief there. in the meantime, funerals will begin later today for the three baton rouge police officers who were shot and killed in an ambush attack. officer matthew gerald will be buried today at noon. sheriffs deputy brad garafola will be laid to rest tomorrow and officer jackson on monday. 1,000 military officials on the isis kill list. next to their names this statement, strike at their next. a hiker -- a hacker rather from isis is now claiming responsibility for stealing their information from an online retailer. he's now behind bars. those are your latest headlines. see you back here shortly. steve, brian, ainsley? >> thank you. last night, donald trump officially accepted the nomination for president and millions watched as he described how he plans to make america
great again with mike pence. >> that's right. millions listened on the radio. radios all around the world. it's all thanks to radio row, which is located at the convention center. brian was there. >> it's something to see. the super bowl doesn't have this locked up. what's a typical day like on radio row? watch. ♪ everything convention. got two objections -- put on a good show in the arena and make sure it resonates at home. how do you find out what the country thinks here in cleveland? one stop shopping. go to radio and now social media row. >> there's something going on every single day. super exciting. able to bring it to you from radio row. all the movers and shakers in one place. >> been very busy. everyone wants to talk, it's unlike anything i have ever seen. >> in a parking garage.
>> i can't take credit for that. >> you have to get off the premises to eat and come back. when you're on a small commercial break, 4 1/2 minutes there's no -- no one has that kind of foot speed. >> you'd be in rio. >> 400 yards to the bathroom and back and i still missed my junction. >> by the way in describing it, thanks for not using the met rick system. >> then you understand it. it's a long way. >> fox news radio. >> fox has the whole thing to itself. this is where it's really happening. the real pulse. and the guy that i know from fox news talk happens to be here right now. he is alan colmes covering another convention. you have my picture so close to you, do you find that inspirational? >> that's right. it's worship area, people come in and bow. it's great. >> this is one of the coolest experiences of my life. i sit here, okay, you name it,
everybody is walking past here. even brian kilmeade. i saw him earlier. >> kind of a cranky guy. >> he's a cranky guy. >> debbie wasserman schultz, chairman of the dnc over there doing interviews. common question that you get as you walk around here and from all of the different talk show hosts, what kind of questions are you getting? >> aren't you at the wrong convention? >> so far, do you think the rnc is going so well there won't be a democratic convention? [ laughter ] >> ambassador john bolton, you're cheating on her. >> you caught me out in the open. >> commissioner, what it is like from the guest perspective here in radio row? >> every station there is. every station has been here. >> that's what the commissioner looks like without makeup. he doesn't have to worry about the shine -- this is him casual. that's what you like about radio. >> that's what i like. nobody can see. you cruise around, do your thing, get out. >> but for the record, you still look cute. >> thank you very much. >> you really want to get an idea what this is playing nationally, go to sirius radio.
one of the best in the business, andrew wilkow. hi, go ahead. i don't want to stop you. i know you're on the air right now. >> brian kilmeade from fox news. >> put on the headset -- >> all right. let's do that. >> we'll do that live. >> let's go to the call here. you'll talk to -- >> hey, scott in oregon, i'm not andrew wilkow, what's on your mind? >> you're welcome any time. including in the middle of a segment. >> any time. any time. >> now, excellent behind the scenes look, brian. i would not expect anything other than you to crash on to his radio show. but the headline for me, former police chief for new york city, bernie kerik. you called him cute. >> i know. kind of interesting. he's there. a ton of people there. ambassador bolton says he has the unofficial record for interviews in radio row, 38. it's a lot of fun. it's way to find out if donald trump is resonating in indianapolis and in san diego within 30 feet.
because they'll say, hey, what are the calls like, what are they saying? i think a lot of people go there, like the super bowl, remember the jerry maguire when he walks in his with client? that's the same thing here. people have things to sell or candidates to push. they go there. >> it's great because we hear through the radio, but great to see what it actually looks like and it's fascinating to know that one little booth can be broadcast all over the world. >> i asked the guys what's their favorite radio show, it's mine. they're radio talk show hosts. >> you're competition and they like you better. i don't blame them. >> let me tell you what's coming up straight ahead -- thank you to a.j. and for samantha to put that together. donald trump's speech is getting glowing reviews but is it enough to change the minds of undecided voters like these? frank luntz has the results of a fascinating focus group next. you won't believe what he has to say about donald trump's chances. >> wrong way. >> i guess he's not going to be here, i read the prompter here. >> over here, read the prompter right.
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tonight i want every american whose demands for immigration security have been denied and every politician who has denied them to listen very, very closely. to the words i'm about to say. on january 20th of 2017, the day i take the oath of office americans will finally wake up in a country where the laws of
the united states are enforced. we are going to be considerate and compassionate to everyone. but my greatest compassion will be for our own struggling citizens. >> donald trump making the passionate case to the american people as he accepted the nomination for president a few hours ago. but was his message enough to sway independent voters and maybe some democratic voters? >> let's talk to that guy at the end, frank luntz. he spoke with undecided ohio voters after the convention. are you surprised at what they had to say? >> i'm not because the four days were the most effective destruction of the clinton record over the last quarter century of anything i have ever seen. >> really? >> point by point. detail by detail. foreign policy. domestic policy and frankly, integrity. over the first three nights they had basically picked her apart
to the point where our independent or undecided voters not one of them is considering voting for hillary clinton now. >> none of the independent voters? >> none. zero are considering voting for hillary clinton. that tells me that her unfavorability which is now around 51, 52 is going to go into the upper 50s. could even touch 60 before the democratic convention begins. >> unbelievable. >> now, in terms of donald trump, his presentation of principles and his overall direction, his priorities fit with these undecided voters, whether they were leaning democrat or republican, didn't matter. when they got to the details, for example, building the wall. a builder pause line among republicans, not among undecided voters. trade, among his base, not as much so among those who are say upper middle class. the details are holding him back but his delivery was the best that i have ever seen. >> off prompter. >> his passion, they responded
to. >> yeah. >> they're all giving him another look. 28 of them are now supporting donald trump. >> when you sat down with the focus group and you asked them about the speech last night, i think we have a clip about that and then we'll talk about it. >> i came into this never trump. that was the best speech by a presidential candidate i have ever heard in my entire life. >> ever? >> ever. i don't say that lightly because i've heard them all. >> you came in bernie sanders. >> i'm now donald trump. i feel patriotism. i feel love of country. with a leader like donald trump who believes in the people, the chaos in this country will turn to unity. >> you were never trump. >> never trump. he made the case against hillary clinton she's damaged goods. half of the democrats don't trust her. she's out for herself and he's saying he's out for everybody. he's got a couple more months to reach out and really prove it. >> right. you mentioned he did mention bernie sanders a couple of times in the speech. so he's not giving up on getting the sanders voters.
>> if you're over aged 40, you actually are considering trump if you're a sanders voter because what i thought was the best line at the convention, was mike pence. the idea that she wants to be the secretary for the status quo. that line affected -- it's been lost. that line affected our focus group. >> unbelievable. we have got another clip from your chat with the focus folks. here they are reacting to hillary. >> hillary is -- she's a liar and she's a murderer. and -- >> murderer? >> a bigot. >> a murderer? >> yes. >> you're calling -- >> yes, i am. that's the truth. >> why are you never hillary? >> well, her -- a lot of the other reasons she's corrupt, she's a liar. she's an unindicted criminal. >> these are harsh words. >> and i gave them a chance to take it back because it's live television. >> yeah. >> they didn't. the segment that's going to determine this election is about 11% and they are none of the above. they think she's a liar and they think he's too filled with hate.
and his speech and the convention convinced them that she doesn't have the integrity to be president. >> it's now over. what happens next? what was accomplished? so her destruction, she'll try to rebuild it at her convention but i want to be careful here. in 2012, millions of people thought that mitt romney was going to win on election night based on that they saw in the coverage. i think we have a responsibility to be careful in how we report this. so yes, it really did undercut her campaign. but donald trump still has a way to go to convince them he's a legitimate alternative. >> he can win? >> yes. these will be the most watched debates ever. >> great job this week. >> thank you. protesters tried to make a statement by burning the american flag outside the rnc a couple of days ago, but pete
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all right. cleveland police arresting more than a dozen people after the protesters set the american flag on fire outside the rnc. that happened wednesday. >> that's right. our own pete hegseth was in the middle of the scene. he's back right now, plus peter doocy is joining us with social media reaction. pete hegseth, let's start with you. >> peter sandwich. we were out there watching the police, they did a fantastic job all week. donald trump talked about law and order, and a microscope is
on them. when it really mattered they did an incredible job. here's what we saw on the street. >> why do you think we should burn a flag? nothing, silence? >> america was never great! >> why do you hate this flag, tell me why you hate this flag. tell me to my face why you hate this flag? >> [ bleep ] you and america. >> anybody else who hates america want to talk to me? do you hate america quefrm. >> yes. >> what other country would you want to go to? >> i want to make this country great. >> but you hate this country up and you don't want to go to another country? >> why would i go anywhere else? that's where i'm from. >> there you at the flag burning wearing a flag hat? >> why not? charge at the bull. >> two clowns. no jobs, no message. no meaning. what are they doing? >> no understanding. they're angry about the state of
their lives and they have never been educated about what makes this country special. they're raging against the machine. >> everywhere you went, that aired yesterday morning and all the cops here in cleveland stopped you to -- >> never happened to me based on a segment. stop after stop, thank you, we have seen it. not enough segments like that. >> those are the people you met in person. and peter doocy has been looking at a social media. >> and they said that segment is one of the -- it's generated some of the most interest from social media and e-mail of anything they have done. we got one from ed, an e-mail that says any american citizen that would burn american flags does not have integrity or respect for our nation or the men and women who died for it. they need much prayer. then skeeter tweeted, thank you, cleveland pd and thank you cleveland. you have written a book on how it's done. much respect. deborah e-mailed said, thank you
pete hegseth, finally someone had the courage to confront these protesters and their ignorance. >> peter doocy, you have been here -- you were here a week before the convention started and the police were prepared. there were law enforcement agencies from all across the country. they were prepared for something gigantic and thank goodness nothing happened. >> right. something that law enforcement sources kept telling us is you'll see a lot of police, but most of the really tricky stuff that we're doing you're not going to see. we'll be there, but won't see it. they were confident but also nervous. >> worried. >> and nothing happened. what was remarkable for the last few days was they were expecting something so bad, i think the number from the city before things started was 30,000 protesters were going to come. ultimately, you kind of had to look for protests. >> you did. ultimately, there were a couple dozen that tried to light that flag on fire. that were arrested. >> small little groups here and
there. one or two the whole week. >> yep. the police set the conditions by making sure they maintained control. and i got tons of tweets, i don't deserve respect but the police do. the police deserve medals for dealing with that nontop. that's right. and pete, thank you for your service. i'm a cop, great work at the convention. god bless you. can't read the bottom. you are my voice. never alone. donald trump said i'm your voice. i mean, they want someone to speak truth about the hard work -- >> by the way, ayla brown said the loudest applause was any time that donald trump mentioned law enforcement. >> contrast that next week from the democrats, black lives matter, and falling all over them, i think americans have clear choice. >> thank you. the rnc has been a wild ride literally. it included modes of transportation. there we are on bikes. >> ainsley is zigzagging a lot. >> but first, let's check in with bill and martha and find out what kind of show they've
put together. they've been offered 90 minutes. >> good morning. how you feeling? >> i'm feeling great. the last day here in cleveland. we're gearing up the bus to move to philadelphia. >> taking that bus. where is the race today? between trump and clinton, have the bat -- how do the battleground states stack up? we'll show you the numbers. >> and we'll talk about ivanka and look ahead to philly. see you at the top of the hour. this is the summer. the summer of this. the summer that summers from here on will be compared to. get out there. find hotels at up to 50% off and more ways to save at expedia.com/save50.
and all sorts of stuff. >> time to look back on the week that was. the historic week in cleveland. for example, watch this. ♪ >> we are live from cleveland. >> so let's take a quick tour. >> clayton? >> what are you doing to prepare for your hit on social media and impact? >> i'm playing a little pokemon go. >> look at the crane camera. this is just for me. no one else is allowed to use this. >> clayton rocks. clayton rocks. >> so you were the youngest big city mayor in america in this office which is spectacular. can i hear you do that cleveland rocks. ♪ >> cleveland rocks. >> what happened to there's no black america, there's no white america? there is just america! what happened to it?
>> there's no shame, there's no half measure. he's just there. >> he's also italian, using his hands a lot. >> i use my hands. >> this is coconut oil. >> this is my part, i hold the pan. i told her i'd become a neurosurgeon and i said she wouldn't see me much and she said is that a promise? >> you have to check out the flags of valor, it's combat veteran owned and made. come on, let's make their website crash. >> lonestar survivor, marcus luttrell and rick perry. >> with the election process that's a competition. last man standing was mr. trump. >> i did not know you were a genius, combining book and beer. >> you can't beat that. people came for the beer and then they saw there was a book. >> i used to be a democrat, but the democratic party basically left me. what this country needs more
than anything is a leader. >> congratulations, gang, we love you. >> special report. here at the republican convention. >> people are here. here comes the next state. you want to take this one, not this one. so a lot different than the average "special report." >> you can hear the train going by. what time is it? >> it's the 834 into cleveland. come on in. >> is the republican party going to leave here unified? i said i was confident that by the end of philadelphia we'd be amazingly unified. >> "cooking with friends," challah bread. where did this get started? >> i was a little bit wondering why we had challah bread which is a jewish tradition. i don't think i'm jewish. >> pulled out a flag and started to light it. do you hate america? >> do i hate america? yes. >> i accept your nomination to run and serve as vice president. >> here's governor pence. arriving here to "fox & friends." >> for me to be in that moment was just very humbling.
>> here's something you don't see every day -- "duck dynasty" patriarch phil robertson who is up sported ted cruz during the d -- who supported cruz in the primaries is now behind donald trump. i don't know if in is the first bike he has been on. >> were you a tractor girl or like me wearing a pink dress? >> i was on the tractor wearing a pink dress. >> joining me along with his beautiful wife, erica and erica's mom, nancy levy. >> what was that like, getting a call from erica and she said, mom, i'm in love with geraldo. >> i was surprised. >> had mike pence's motorcade, he went this way. that's where we're going. >> hey, juan williams is here. juan. >> geraldo. >> you know, a week ago, we didn't know how it was going to turn out because we had heard there were 30,000 protesters, 5,000 cops.
as it turns out the protesters didn't show up and the people of cleveland did. they were fantastic. we had a great time. >> yeah. >> really did. >> we had the easy job. our producers behind the scenes, lauren and jan, unbelievable. twice we started outside, we had to run inside. >> right. this happened to be my first convention. i know you covered several of them. when i walked in the room i was so amazed at all the work that's gone into that. we're so amazed. we'll talk about it more on the other side of the break. for lower back pain sufferers, the search for relief often leads to this. introducing drug-free aleve direct therapy. a high intensity tens device that uses technology once only in doctors' offices. for deep penetrating relief at the source. new aleve direct therapy.
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name and karl rove and mr. cleveland will be here. >> steve, you got to hang out with your son the whole trip. babies, we're coming home to see you. your kids, your kids. we've missed them. >> now time for a chant. cleveland rocks, cleveland rocks! bill: donald trump makes it official and brings down the house. >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. [cheers and applause] bill: there it was. i'm bill hemmer. final show in cleveland, ohio. we have a big show coming up the next two hours. martha: t