tv Fox and Friends Saturday FOX News February 11, 2017 3:00am-7:01am PST
♪ ♪ >> good morning, it is saturday, february 11th. i'm sandra smith from russia with love. new reports suggesting nasa leaker edward snowden could be headed back to the united states as a gift from vladimir putin to president trump. >> forget the courts, president trump may have a new strategy to keep our country safe. issuing brand new executive orders on immigration. that his critics, well, they can't touch. clayton: guess what? america's favorite diplomat has made her favorite return to the homeland is back.
lindsey lohan is back and insisting on meeting with president trump. a debrief. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ the world i melt with you ♪ you've seen the difference ♪ and it's getting better all the time. clayton: it's saturday morning, everyone. it's not melting yet. it's 27 degrees out here in new york city. good morning, everyone. >> good morning. clayton: sandra smith in this morning. we wish abby well. she is not feeling so well. clayton: i think everyone in this whole country is sick right now. pete: i just took a bunch of sinus pills in the hallway. clayton: crazy debate in the show. not a debate. susan baker has a new book out causing so much controversy. she says the reason why there is so much conflict in marriage because women are trying to be alpha female.
>> that has captured women around the world are very interested to read that i know i was. clayton: get your debates in now. on your facebook page. we will post it up there. give us your thoughts we will level them. pete: it has to lead conversation. >> i'm curious what your thoughts are. pete: we will see. clayton: meanwhile talk about russia and edward snowden. >> what is going on here? edward snowden could be handed back to the united states as a gift from vladimir putin. pete: news about intelligence report where u.s. officials are reading into russian intelligence indication they may be considering returning edward know accident den, the famous former nsa contractor, cia employee, return him to president trump as a gift potentially. clayton: so he has been living in moscow for a while. he has a russian lawyer who says we don't know anything about this extradition. we don't know this is going to happen. but there have been reports as you mentioned that maybe vladimir putin has some sort of a gift to the white house
to president trump. would hand him over, extradite him to the united states where if by the way if he returns here he would be locked up for decades. president trump he was president would have him killed. >> he said a lot of things. pete: this is what trump said about snowden. i think is he a total traitor. and i would deal with him harshly. and if i were president putin would give him over. this would never happen. because typically in spy games you trade a spy for a spy. he said this proves i'm not a spy. finally irrefutable evidence i never cooperated with intelligence. no country trades away spies at rest would fear they are next. pete: interesting spin. clayton: there are security analysts who say you have to be careful about this looks like vladimir putin tries to stir the pot in the united states. he releases him back here. already stirred the pot enough by giving him sanctuary there.
>> edward snowden made some specific comments about possibly getting handed back over to the united states after the election. this is what he said in december of 2016: >> there is a lot of talk out there including among top ranking intelligence officials that vladimir putin may hand you over to the united states as a goodwill gesture to the trump administration. how concerned/nervous are you about that possibility? >> i'm actually kind of encouraged. it wasn't so many years ago that people were saying this guy is a russian spy. countries don't give up their spies. i have always worked on behalf of the united states. the fact that russia doesn't own me. in fact, the russian government may see me as sort of a liability. pete: as you said, sandra, kind of a weird dude. listen, what he gave frunt nasa. he gave away so much of what
we do in the world as far as how we listen to enemies. his backers will say that he revealed overwhelming surveillance. but the russians, if they give him up now, there is a bit of a win for them. they have already extracted what they want from snowden. they have have gotten what they might need. at the same time, as americans who care bower national security and care about our country's secrets, you do want a guy like this brought to justice. do you want him to face his day in court. if this is a result of donald trump saying hey, is he a traitor we want him back can we get him back? that's not bad. clayton: the white house hasn't commented on this. they are staying quiet on this. we welcome him back he would be tried under the espionage act. sandra: they have made comment on this. the president addresses in his weekly address. here is what he said. >> my administration is committed to your security, which is why we will continue to fight to take all necessary and legal action to keep terrorists, radical and dangerous, extremists from
ever entering our country. we will not allow our generous system of immigration to be turned against us as a tool for terrorism and truly bad people. we must take firm steps today to ensure that we are safe tomorrow. sandra: that was obviously -- moving on. pete: fall under extreme vetting. clayton: typically the white house hasn't said something. you may hear something this morning. maybe donald trump will be up tweeting something about it. that is the immigration issue which the white house right now there are rumblings weekend see immigration, extreme vetting proposal. executive order 2.0 on monday morning. right now they are 0-2 in these court battles right now. and they in the most recent decision with a 3-0 decision written by a republican. so why would we see a new move on monday. even charles krauthammer saying look, here is what you do go back to the drawing board. make up a whole new order.
sandra: a lot of republicans have been vocal about. they have been perfectly happy about this and way to avoid a supreme court battle. pete: do both at the same time. to tracks, appeal the current order and write a new one that's tailored differently. you can write about those seven countries and what you are facing different ways to talk about. have you a country in chaos vet those people without naming that country. and then you sort of lasso the folks that you need to through that. you can. this administration is going to rewrite the order. i think that's the speculation. we will see what happens next. clayton: you heard some of that from president trump there may be this order where we are looking at this proposal and looking at the court decision and we may change a few things. so we might see -- it might be a confession. pete: trump has said very little. there is not a lot you may need to change. sandra: as far as how the white house and the president may move forward, they may have many options on the table. here is kellyanne conway talking about those.
>> you have many differential options moving forward as you know. eric, yesterday's decision did not effect th the merits at all. we are fully confident we will prevail on the merits. we can go back to the district court. some people said go all the way to the supreme court. he always has the opportunity to put out new executive orders. but the president will make that decision in due course. clayton: you kind of get the sense right now saturday morning, the white house would like to move past this. i think this has sucked out the air for the first three weeks of this administration and this back and forth debate. that's just the sense that you are seeing, i think. to move past this quietly and get this on the track that they want without all these court battles. they have 100 days and get back on course with the things they want to accomplish. pete: that is true, at the same time, he has said in the weekly address and else somewhere i got elected to secure the country and build a wall and i got elected because we didn't know who was coming in our country and borders were porous. they may want to turn the corner and deal with other issues, also.
let's deal with the courts and the political correctness never allowed us to vet the refugees coming. in otherwise we are rolling the dice. we don't know what their allegiance is this is a battle they want to have and want to win. that's why they issue another executive order. clayton: i agree with you. because on that friday. republican appointed judge. pete: i feel like they did. the judges decided they had their own perspective on national security and we're going to, you know, rule accordingly. sandra: one thing for sure it continues to dominate the headlines and interesting how it effects the confirmation process for neil gorsuch and whether or not that will speed up that process. clayton: putting out new executive order it allows time for the supreme court to allow neil gorsuch to get approved and on the supreme court. if it goes there, they have him in their corner. pete: interesting how all that timing is right now. sandra: let's move on. 100 illegal immigrants arrested in the enforcement of president trump's promise to
crack down on criminals. ice agents targeting aliens in six states, including major cities like los angeles. chicago, and new york. most of those detained are serious criminals convicted of murder or domestic violence. the trump brand disappearing from more retailers this morning. specifically serious and k-mart websites. any search for the items sold directly from the retailer comes up empty. serious now investigating why the items have vanished. this coming on the heels, of course, of nordstrom dropping ivanka's clothing line blaming declining sales. we are now learning most nordstrum employees who gave donations backed hillary clinton or bernie sanders. some golf diplomacy for the president today. is he teeing off later this morning along with shinzo abe at his mar-a-lago resort after first meeting in washington. president trump and abe seen having dinner with their wives and new england patriots owner
robert kraft at the resort last night it will be the first time leaders from both countries have played golf together in 60 years. i believe abe yesterday kind of tipped his hat to donald trump and said he is much better than him. we will see how that goes. america's favorite diplomat lindsey lohan, of course is demanding a sit down meeting with the president and vladimir putin and other holiday celebrities to discuss how to solve the syrian refugee crisis. just weeks ago lohan met with tuckery's president and 7-year-old syrian refugee detailing her desire to fix isis minds. and those are your headlines. think about hollywood celebrity. pete: every time i have faith in my country i see lindsey lohan. pepe you watch the her buy remake that she was in. pete: blockbuster. clayton: coming up on the show, president trump not backing down in the legal fight over his immigration order. our next guest says he has a
better chance of winning it if it goes to the supreme court. attorney jordan sekulow here to explain why next. pete: country star toby keith headlined the inauguration. ♪ american thunder ♪ an american pete: but, of course, predictably people are trying to get him dropped from a music festival. sandra: unbelievable. pete: we will share that next ♪ proud in america ♪
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the latest block coming from the ninth circuit thursday evening. an appeal of their ruling would head to the supreme court where some are saying he might stand a better chance. here to weigh in now is american center for law and justice attorney jordan sekulow. jordan, good to see you this morning. >> thanks, sandra. sandra: so what happens next? what is the next move here? >> couple interesting developments last night, actually. one, you had the first statement from a white house official say we're not going to the supreme court. then you had the ninth circuit one job sue a response at a, that means on his own request briefing by next week by next thursday from both parties that would include the trump administration and washington state on whether the entire ninth circuit in en banc panel should hear the case first of all, i don't think that would be ewe good for the trump administration to stay in the ninth circuit any longer than
they have to more likely what i believe we are going to see is a new air tight executive order signed very early next week by president trump that may moot out this current case completely. a new case could start it would probably probably head to the ninth circuit again, san draft with air tight executive order i think you have even a better chance of prevailing all the way to the supreme court. sandra: i know that is your thought that the president has a better chance with this going to the supreme court. why is that? >> well, the ninth circuit is so liberal and you saw in their -- this first opinion by the three-judge panel which included one republican appointee that they basically, you know, they were going to keep the temporary restraining order and they got to some the merits, even though they weren't supposed to in this case. they pointed to specifically issues of where they are a results oriented court. they don't care so much about the law.
they never even cited, sandra, once the provision of the immigration and nasht fact congress gave the president this power. he doesn't have to go back through a legislative process to issue a new executive order. they don't even site 1182 f which is where congress delegated in 1952 to the president this power to determine who can and can't enter our country when it's related to national security. sandra: jordan, when you say that. >> look more findly on it than the ninth circuit. sandra: talk to me about the justices that might be on his side and i also want to talk to you about the ninth circuit because there is some interesting stat that you can bring us there but the justices first? >> yeah. so first this would go to if -- let's decide right now that the white house decides we may issue a new order that doesn't moot out the existing order because we want to continue to fight on this one. it would first go to justice kennedy. he is the circuit justice here. he can make the decision on his own. so he could say i'll issue a
stay on behalf of the trump administration. i don't believe there should be a temporary restraining order. he can do the same thing the ninth circuit did. he can continue the temporary restraining order. or sandra, like you said, he could take it to all eight justices to decide. this is rare by the way for the supreme court to take this up. they don't have to. but because the presidential order they just might. and i think what you look at is the basic split of the court, the 4-4 split as it stands right now. you've got probably the four conservative justices on the side of the trump administration. i think. i would probably put justice kennedy in that four. and then you've got the four liberal justices who, again, are probably leaning against this because they will look what the ninth circuit did. if this executive order is tightened up a bit when it comes to lawful permanent residence and green card holders, people who have already been in the united states who have different due process rights than people who have never been to the united states all 8 justices.
sandra: i want to get this last thing in here because it's a lot of good information. this last state going back to the ninth circuit of court. 80% are barred by the supreme court. that's interesting point. >> they are usually the most overturned circuit in the country. they are certainly the most liberal court in the country. so, yes, have you a better chance of prevailing there. sandra: got it. >> than going en banc. new executive order and bringing that up to the supreme court is the strongest way for donald trump to get what he wants accomplished to secure our country. sandra: jordan, we have to leave it there. jordan sekulow thank you for being here bright and early this morning. good to see you. this woman not only did she vote twice in our election but she is not a citizen. how did that happen? they may play for the patriots. six players aren't feeling so patriotic. they are skipping a white house visit because of the president.
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shame! clayton: odd because you think protesters would want her to see what a public school looks like. blocked a stairwell, unclear how she may have been attacked. one protester was arrested for assaulting a police officer during this protest. pete: patriots are headed to the white house after super bowl victory. six players are refusing to go. leaving viewers at home to say i would not have cheered for them if i would have known they were going to do this. i'm sick of unamerican -- this is a post on facebook i'm sick of unamerican behavior but they may be patriots but they are not true patriots. a lot of people with a ton of opinions about why they would be skipping this visit to the white house. so what do former nfl players think about this? well, this morning i'm joined now by burgess owens and reverend michael faulkner both former nfl players. michael faulkner is running as a republican for new york city mayor as well. thank you for joining us this morning. both of you have worn that uniform in the nfl. had that honor. what does it mean to you,
reverend, i will go to you first. what does it mean that six of these players after winning such a dramatic super bowl as a team are now saying i won't go meet with president trump. >> it's a great game. it was a great victory. it was a team effort. they worked very, very hard to make that happen. i think that they should celebrate as a team. they should take their honors as a team wear their rings or jackets as a team. i think to not go because the white house because you disagree with the president i think is certainly their right but it's ill advised. we have become a nation of protesters and especially in these areas. we need to give our president a chance. pete: best of your knowledge jess he says we have become a nation of protesters, we go as a team what do you sancht i want to congratulate my former teammate howie long. chris long is one of the protesters. and, first of all, the fact these guys are engaged, they are politically involved in this process, i applaud that i
totally disagree with chris' and the rest of these players' view. but at the end of the day it's all about having the right to voice your opinion the way you want to. what i would do is i would love to spend time with these guys, explain to them why the policies of a trump is good for black america versus the rhetoric we are hearing from the left. pete: referenced, you know, that's such a great point. the ability to speak to the president is one you give up if you decide not to go. >> absolutely. why not go and say, mr. president, i have some issues. i have some concerns. i mean, you are a super bowl champion. you have an incredible platform to make differences but staying home is not going to solve anything. it's going to bring attention to you as a person. see, that's the thing about the nfl and burgess can tell you that when you play as a team and work as a team, you are a team. you are incredible unit. and it's important to continue to keep that legacy going and so forth.
but to use this as an opportunity to say i don't like the president, i mean, you had that opportunity to vote. and certainly many players, several players and even the owners talked about they were outfront and you can tweet about how are voting for and so forth. but when you win, once that takes place, you are support of a unit and i think you should stay as a unit. i agree with burgess. pete: go ahead. >> it's a very, very good points there made. i would like to say this though the bigger team for me is my race. and i know that if it was president obama, because of the antiblack policies of the democrats and of president obama, i would have stayed home because i have noticed and seen what they have been able to do to our race. i put myself in their shoes and because i'm so politically tuned in, i would have respectful debate and agree to disagree, but in this point i think the bigger team is our country and our race. and i would, in the case if
president obama was in place there, i would be staying home for sure. pete: we have to leave it right there, unfortunately. a lot of this will continue. everyone has a political opinion. you have got to wonder whether the american people are sick and tired of having politics intermixed with football when they just want to watch on sunday. thank you both. >> thanks. pete: another drug getting a major price hike. we will tell you which one. then, after spending four years and $50,000. $50,000 getting his green card, one legal immigrant says the president's travel ban is the best thing to happen to america in a long time. he will tell you why next. ♪ i'm having such a good time ♪ i'm having a ball ♪ don't stop me now ♪ if you want to have a good time ♪ just give me a call ♪ don't stop me now.
♪ ♪ dreamer ♪ now you are a dreamer ♪ can you put your hands in your head oh no ♪ i said dreamer. clayton: a little supertramp to wake you up. if you are not already awake, that will wake you up. sandra: is it really that dark out? pete: i guess so. clayton: rick reichmuth, when is the time change happening? is that happening any time soon? was the groundhog correct? rick: the groundhog doesn't do the time change.
clayton: is he a meteorologist, right? >> rick: yes he is certified meteorologist. getting things to type things right in the computer there have been a number of errors going on lately. not that bad out at least here after that big storm we h a lot of it is s. going to melt down quickly. new storm heading to parts of new england. a lot of people have not been feeling winter. all the cold air settled way up towards the north in around parts of alaska. lower 48 feeling pretty good. guys, i have to tell you, did you see what the temperatures did yesterday across parts of the plains? are threw still? are you listening, clayton? anyone? anyone? no, they are gone. rick: it got hot. yesterday we got up to 94 in the panhandle of oklahoma. we're already very, very warm there as well. today here is your forecast across parts of the northeast. a little bit more snow that will linger across parts of maine and then get ready tomorrow more significant storm moves in for parts of northern new england. mostly everybody will see rain.
down in the southeast you will see these scattered showers there across parts of the lower mississippi river valley. nothing that's going to be too bad. another warm day across the southern plains. in towards the northern plains. we're going to be watching a little bit of rain move through. nothing too problematic either. finally out across areas of the west where you have been pummeled by rain and snow. much of that energy moves across the four corners. now i want to send it back to you. were you aware of those temperatures yet yesterday? pete: no i saw your yellow knife, canada report of negative 9 degrees. pete: thanks, rick. clayton: next guest spent four years and $50,000 to come to america. what does a legal immigrant think about president trump's executive order? sandra: here to react is nic adams ceo. author of green card warrior. retaking america. so, why do you believe that
this travel ban is the best thing that's happened to america in a long time? >> i think it's really, really important that we keep american as safe and as secure as possible. there is no greater responsibility for the government than to keep americans safe. i think that this is a common sense move made by the president. it's so unfortunate that so many people are holding it um and getting in the way of it. pete: nic, people are calling it a ban it's actually a pause to review the refugee process in certain countries and the entire system. you went through coming to america through the legal process. it was complicated. it was expensive. what did that tell you about how broken the process is for folks coming to america? >> yeah, pete, the immigration system is 100 percent completely, totally a disaster. it is without a doubt. it is almost impossible for good people to come and really, really easy for bad people to come. moral inversion of the worst kind. i had to go through torture to
come to america. do you know what? if i had to do it again, i would do it again. because i love this country. i wake up every day and say thank god that i'm in the united states of america. clayton: that's what president trump had to say. president trump had o-to-say let in the people in the country who love us like you. take a listen to what the president had to say. >> we need strong programs so that people that love us and want to love our country and will end up loving our country are allowed in. clayton: why did you fall in love with america? why did you want to come here so badly? >> this is the most optimistic, patriotic, individualistic country in the world. i came here because i like things like pickup trucks and burgers and steaks and baseball and beauty pageants and guns. there are so many things in america that you can do. clayton: you don't have beauty pa glents australia? with all beaches? >> i mean, that's america.
i want to come to be a part of it. sandra: you just referenced that you went through torture to come here what was that? >> sandra, i had to go through four and a half years. i spent $50,000 on it. took a long time. just putting th the application together took more than a year and then at the very last second, i had some interference by the state department, which meant that i couldn't come to america for a period of time. so it was tough. but i'm here now and my message to anybody that wants to come to america is have you got to do it the right way. pete: nic you, fought to get here yet it was announced that a 5400 renounced their citizenship why would anyone want to renounce? >> it's beyond the pale. i couldn't imagine why anyone would want to renounce knowing how hard it is to get u.s. citizenship. once you are announced it is almost impossible to get it
back. i don't know who these people are. what from what i have seen it's pretty statistically remarkable what's going on. there is always a fluctuation that exists. anybody who is going to surrender political citizenship for political reasons. i wouldn't be using their brains. pete: all about allegiance and loving your country. buns yoonce you come here you ao the country or not. >> have you got to become american and join our way of life. you can't come here to change it. sandra: nic adams, thank you for sharing your story. good to see you. new video showing the dramatic raid showing what could have been horrific terrorist attack. police uncovering this makeshift lab packed with explosive ingredients with ingredients identical to those used in deadly attacks. three people, including a 16-year-old girl, who police say is a known isis fanatic.
the wanna be terrorists planning to target a busy tourist area in paris but are now behind bars. an illegal immigrant caught voting five times in the u.s. sentenced to eight years in prison and will later be deported. a texas jury sealing rosa ortega's fate after she blatantly registered to vote in multiple cities. even after checking the box on her drivers license she was not a citizen. her lawyers calling her punishment hard blaming president bush's crackdown on illegals. you. sandra: taking a page out of martin shearrillly's playbook. martin pharmaceuticals hiking the cost of muscular dystrophy drug to $89,000. that's 70 times higher than it costs in europe. the common steroid has been around for decades but has just been approved by the f.d.a. marathon says the price
doesn't reflect reality because patients will pay less due to insurance. a country music festival taking pressure from the left to kick toby keith out of their lineup after he performed at president trump's inauguration. ♪ american thunder ♪ an american. sandra: illinois residents upset he is playing at the neighborville rib fest. guys, i grew up a couple miles from neighborville. it is good. they are calling him too political. the country music star never endorsing any candidate in 2016. keith will still perform. pete: don't come in to our school or perform. if we don't agree with you, we will silence you. clayton: leave your politics out of our ribs. a tractor-trailer gets blown
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as an suv slammed into the bus at an intersection in ohio. six kids thrown from their seats, thankfully no one was seriously hurt in this. and a terrifying video showing strong winds blowing a big rig over crushing a patrol car. another police cruiser's dash cam catching the heart stopping moments in wyoming. luckily, even as you watch that again, the cruiser was empty and no one was hurt in this. clayton? clayton: live in montana, too, the wind whips across the plains and knox you over. president trump has been very outspoken over the media. >> as you know, i have a running war with the media, they are among the most dishonest human beings on earth. >> much of the media, not all of it is very, very dishonest. honestly, it's fake news. stories that should be a positive story when they make them totally negative, i understand the total dishonesty of the media better than anybody.
clayton: who does the media trust most the media or the administration? 49% called the trump administration truthful compared to the media's 39%. here to discuss is a man who supervised that poll director of the washington program advisor for the emerson college polling society. good to see you this morning, professor. >> good morning. thanks for having me. clayton: why did you decide to stick your toe into this poll. >> i want to congratulate these students. they analyzed this poll and published it. it was their own idea. they are looking at a lot of trump's policies and some of his appointments and obviously the issue with the media regarding truthfulness and fake news. the students actually wrote those students about truthfulness and untruthfulness. very interesting to see what we found. clayton: here is one of them. do you believe the news media has been generally truthful for generally untruthful? what does that mean?
>> so we're looking at the news media as a whole. we're not sure if they are talking about maybe just msnbc, fox news, daily kos, but, overall they are saying that the news media is not reliable source. they're seeing trump as a more reliable source. when you dig into the numbers, you see a strong partisan divide. republicans find trump to be very truthful at 90%. democrats are lower in like the teens. independents they are in the high 30's as far as the president's truthfulness. so it's very interesting to see how the partisans divide. it's along regional divides as well. clayton: one of the things that stands out to me is the way the president perceives the media the thing that gets under his skin the most we have heard him say this time and time again is he does something which he sees should have a positive approach. and then somehow the "new york times" spins it so that it's a negative.
they will spin a headline even though the rest of the story if you read it is positive. that's the thing that drives him nuts. is that the thing he is talking about the dishonesty? >> there is a credibility problem with the media have you got to remember, it was the media that really expected clinton to win the presidency. after that they have lost a lot of credibility. i think the public has seep it and trump has been able to jump on that and been able to use that message successfully these first three weeks in office. clayton: one of the polls you look at is president trump. approver disapprove of the job president trump is doing. what do these numbers tell you? >> the country is still split. i think he might still be in a honeymoon period. it's 48-47, approval, disapproval, which is about the average we are seeing with most of these polls on early approval ratings in office. he has areas to grow again. he has strong support though with his base of republican us and that would make sense because most of the policies are what he promised on the campaign trail. clayton: professor spencer kimball.
we appreciate you joining us this morning. interesting polling. >> clayton, thanks so much for having me. clayton: thank you so much. coming up on the show press secretary sean spicer has only been on the job for three weeks. the white house reportedly looking for his replacement. we will ask trump former campaign manager corey lewandowski coming up at 7:00. tom price the new hhs secretary the point man to replace obamacare. dr. marc siegel is here with the game plan next. ♪ don't stop thinking about tomorrow ♪ don't stop, it will soon be here ♪ it will be here new tide pods child guard pack. helps keep your laundry pacs safe and your child safer. align, press and unzip. ♪ it's not just a car, it's your daily treat. ♪ go ahead, spoil yourself. the es and es hybrid. experience amazing.
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the new secretary of health and human services now the push to repeal and replace obamacare begins. so what will we see happen first? sandra: let's ask dr. marc siegel of the fox news medical a team. thanks for being here this morning, doctor. >> great to see you. sandra: what should we expect? >> we don't know what they are going it do first. i will tell you what's exciting in terms of the team. have you president trump who everyone knows was extremely successful businessman and he is worried about costs. well, the affordable care act is out of control. do you know why? it's because you don't know the price of anything, sandra. if you came to me with a sprained ankle i would say secretly i don't think this is fractured but i'm going to get an extra just to make sure because i don't want to get sued if i miss a fracture. you don't know if the cost of that x-ray is $500. tom price want malpractice reform. he doesn't want me to worry about getting sued. president trump wants you know the price of what you are paying for it he wants you to pay with a health savings account which is tax credits, funding.
also, why do we have this overinflated insurance that's loaded with all of these preventions? does anyone know out there that prevention is running on a treadmill or eating properly? why is it always some test that you get. so the cost of premiums are going up because these plans are so loaded with so many different. pete: mandated. >> mandated. clayton: history with tom price he did something interesting in 2015. he couldn't get it through congress. tell us what he did then that may be a precursor of what we are going to see now. >> the empowering patients first act in 2015. it is very similar to what paul ryan, the better way which paul ryan proposed in 2016. the two of them have worked very closely together. again, it's tax credits. block grants to the state medicate expansion, clayton could stay in but it auto would be funded by block glants. the states would have to work on efficiencies. also making medicare, adding a
private option for medicare. here's the most important thing. it's shifting preexisting conditions to high risk pools. that's what would be subsidized. in other words, if you were sick and had a chronic conditional, pete that's when the government would step in and give a subsidy. it's a subsidized program. did you go to a state exchange. 80% of these policies are receiving the government subsidy. no wonder the taxpayers are being charged so much. so we want more choice. we want more access to actual care. we want more affordability. this is the unaffordable affordable care act. pete: the hub here will be how quickly it can happen after the repeal and what the replace will look like which you just laid out for us. >> one more piece. arm of -- if she gets approved of head of medicaid and medicare services she has worked in indiana with vice president pence to actually bring down the cost of medicaid.
i see a lot of cost savings here. pete: great to see you. he will. clayton: corey lewandowski is going to be on next in our 7:00 hour. i wanted to know where my family came from. i did my ancestrydna. the most shocking result was that i'm 26% native american. i had no idea. it's opened up a whole new world for me. ♪
♪ ♪ sandra: good morning. it's saturday, february 11th. it is still cold and dark outside. and i'm sandra smith. from russia with love. new report suggesting nsa leaker edward snowden could be headed back to the united states from vladimir putin to president trump. pete: that's a gift i would regift. brand new executive orders on immigration that have his critics cannot touch this time. clayton: michelle obama can't let it go. first lady still won't stop judging what your kids eat. new gig gave hit things, kids
food and reality television. new job. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ it's your thing ♪ do what you want to do ♪ i can't tell you ♪ who to sock it to ♪ it's your thing ♪ do what you want to do ♪ clayton: the lights are turning on. sandra: that's a light that gets you on your feet. stage manager dancing. clayton: it's your anthem. it's your thing. do what you want to do. can i bother your phone for a second? sandra smith is in this morning. i can't stand gadgets. dropped my phone. this is sandra's phone. i almost cannot even recognize. clayton: look at that i can't recognize. this looks like this has been
crushed by a steam roller. sandra: be careful you will cut yourself. i can read it perfectly fine. studied on the show this morning. clayton: benjamin franklin bifocals. sandra: thank you for that. clayton: bring in campaign manager corey lewandowski. good to see you this morning. welcome to the show. >> good morning. how are you? clayton: we are doing well. we can't help, of course, one of the top stories on foxnews.com and edward snowden according to reports could be handed over from vladimir putin to president trump as a gift. first of all, what's the white house response to this? we haven't heard from the white house on this story yet. >> you know, i haven't heard if this is something the white house has engaged in. i can't imagine it has been. this is a gift that nobody wants is the problem. he is perfectly fine just sitting where is he right now and i don't think that the president has made any overtures either publicly or privately about any desire to bring edward snowden back to
the united states at all. pete: trump hasn't made overtures but he has made comments about his feelings about edward snowden. this is what he recently tweeted i believe he tweeted this. i believe we have tape of what candidate trump said about edward snowden. >> i think he is a total traitor. and i would deal with him harshly. and if i were president, putin would give him over. pete: tweet from edward snowden last night we put up on the screen where he responds to these rumors, the suggestion he said finally irrefutable evidence that i never cooperated with russian intel. no countries trades away spies as the rest would fear they're next. so president trump calls him a traitor. edward snowden says i'm not and this proves i'm not. do you think the president would relish the ability to put a guy like this on trial? >> look, my guess is if the russians want to send him back here and the president wants to put him in leavenworth for the next 150 years maybe it's something he has an interest in doing. probably the place where
edward snowden belongs. but i don't think this is truly the priority of this administration right now. sandra: corey, we wanted to ask you because the president did address this in his address last night that a brand new immigration order could be coming as soon as monday. what does that look like? and how is the president going to move forward with this? >> well, what have you seen with the current order, which he put out regarding the immigration issue was that not only do you have an activist judge and ninth circuit which as you know has been in the last 10 years the most overturned circuit in the country, either number one or number two. what they are looking to do is potentially rework this so that with some minor modifications and jay sekulow had a great piece on this just yesterday on both sean hannity's radio show and on hannity last night talking about the minor modifications that he can make. the question is not does the president have the constitutional authority to write the order. of course he does. and even with a new order it is my best guess that the same judges will make the same rulings.
the difference is if this gets to the supreme court, the supreme court has to rule on the constitutionality of does the president have the legal authority to do this? and under the constitution there is no question whatsoever that he has the ability to temporarily ban visas for people coming into the country. it's a constitutional issue. it's not a policy issue. clayton: does it come down to neil gorsuch then, basically i don't want to say a delay tactic but we're already in the ninth circuit with that first executive order. by issuing a new executive order we have to go through those same channels, take a while and then by then you would have neil gorsuch on the supreme court. >> i don't think he would wait that long. the issue of the constitutionality does the president have the executive authority under the constitution to write this executive order the answer is yes. if a new order were to come out much more defined i think the supreme court even looking at how liberal the ninth circuit of appeals the supreme court has a potential to rule on this 8-0. not an issue of immigration. it's an issue of constitutionality and does the president have the legal
authority and constitution clearly gives him that privilege. pete: peter, we hav -- core onee need to ask you press secretary setting a new tone in that room. there was a report in the washingtonian. that the white house may be considering other folks for that position in light of what some have viewed as contentious first few weeks of sean spicener that spot. a name mentioned is karl higby who has been on this program may be interviewed. he is denying that. pete: couple senior officials are saying that any word on whether sean spicer's job may be in jeopardy. >> i know sean very well. he has been a good friend of mine. he was an early supporter of the president and his campaign when he was at the rnc. >> he was giving us a lot of counsel to make sure we could do the best we could for the campaign. as soon as mr. trump became the republican nominee.
look, this is by far the most difficult job in washington. sean isn't just the press secretary you have to remember. is he doing double duty as communications director. sean's job as the press secretary is secure. i think he is growing into that job behind that podium. it's a very, very difficult job. for a president who understands the media better than any president in the history of our country potentially, he understands. and you know that job that sean has is one where the media doesn't like him because he pushes back and calls out fake news stories and calls out reporters who aren't being truthful. it's always been a love fest with the obama administration. it's not a love fest anymore. that's the difference. pete: pete. clayton: mentioned communications director. role may go by the wayside and someone will step into that role soon. >> what you would find is it is impossible to have full two full-time jobs, particularly in this administration. it was never the plan of the administration to have sean doing both of those jobs. so my guess is, without any inside information, they will
find somebody to come in and help him to continue to grow out that team. build out communications team. work with kellyanne conway, work with sean spicer, work with sarah huckabee sanders and the rest of the team so they can continue to build out the work they are doing to communicate with the media. clayton: there is new emerson college poll out this morning. i don't know if this surprises you. i don't know if you caught that segment a few minutes ago american people in this poll find the trump administration more truthful than they do the media were you surprised by that poll? >> it's shocking news to me. shocking. are you telling me the media is dishonest? look, the other thing is if you go back and look right now at the real clear politics average is the country going in the right direction or wrong direction? for the first time in a long time plus 20 the country is actually moving in the right direction. the american people are tired of being lied to by the mainstream media know accountability in the mainstream media when they say things. what this president is going to do is hold people accountable. he does it through twitter feed and social media activity
and the american people have the privilege and the opportunity now to interact directly with the president through social media. something that he has mastered and going to continue to be able to do to be honest with the american people. sandra: all right. corey lewandowski, thanks for being with us this morning. clayton: thanks, corey. >> thank you. sandra: turning to headlines. starting with a fox news alert this morning. breaking news right now two isis fanatics arrested in turkey accused of planning a deadly terror attack in europe. police in istanbul questioning these two men, one from denmark, the other from sweden. the wife of one of the suspects tipping off investigators saying they crossed into turkey from syria where he moved to join isis. police say both men received weapons and explosks training within the past three months. hundreds of illegal immigrants arrested in the first enforcement of president trump's promise to crack down on criminals. ice agents targeting aliens in six states including major cities like los angeles, chicago, and new york. most of these detained are
serious criminals convicted of murder or domestic violence. the trump brand disappearing from more retailers this morning. specifically from serious and k-mart's websites. any search for the items sold directly from the retailer coming up empty. serious now investigating why the items vanished. this coming on the heels of nordstrom dropping ivanka trump's clothing line blaming declining sales. we are now learning most nordstrom employees who gave donations backed hillary clinton or bernie sanders. a winter weekend get away. president trump and prime minister shinzo abe having dinner with heir wives and new england patriots owner robert kraft at the mar-a-lago in palm beach, florida. later this morning president trump and abe will tee off from the resort. first time leaders from both countries have played golf together in 60 years. clayton: i would love to know what they talk about. during the game president trump tweeted this is a boring
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♪ ♪ pete: lose something not an option for president trump as he refuses to back down after this week's ruling on his immigration executive order. our next guest says it's a fight america cannot afford to lose either. and he is on the front lines of it. he has been and continues to be on the front lines of it. he is a west point graduate. a former army ranger turned now lawmaker. he is ohio congressman warren davidson who joins us now in studio. congressman, thanks for joining thus morning. >> thanks, pete. pete: i know you are willing to get dirty on our behalf. this executive order has created controversy for some. what's your progressive been on how it was rolled out and what needs to happen next? >> well, fiferl, it's overdue. so, when you look at why do we have this executive order, it's because there is left over, unfinished business about national security.
there is a lot of questions that president obama did not want to answer when we first started bringing refugees here. 30-plus governors, members of both parties said we have some concerns about the vetting process for refugees. secretary -- director comey had concerns, the intel community had concerns. and rather than reassuring the american people that we are going to address those, we're going to take a hard look at our current vetting process and make certain that it is national security focused. we turned it into a partisan issue. i don't think we have fully recovered from that because of the rhetoric. pete: such a great point. we will put up a great quote from comey about this. this is not an issue that has come out of nowhere. refugee process has been broken for quite some time. president trump just tweeted a couple minutes ago a tweet on this very issue. he tweeted our legal system is broken. 77% of refugees allowed in to u.s. since travel reprieve hail from seven suspect countries. so very dangerous. to his point.
those folks have been coming in fearful that they won't be able to get in. what does that say to you? >> that's why you would advance notice. what have you given now is large and undefined window of advanced notice. to be fair. absolutely the president did respect the courts. the oath is important to defend the constitution there has to be a constitutional way where we're doing that and we get focused on national security. it's risk-based. and so when you look at a risk assessment, clearly and i join with fellow members of congress, members of both parties again, part of the warrior caucus that's forming that said hey, you've got an exception in this executive order that says we're going to go doo exceptions on a case-by-case basis. could you please reassure us these exceptions are going to mean we will stand with those with those on the war on terror. pete: that was carved out. still as you pointed out that's not a new issue.
director comey has made reference to refugee process before. here is a little bit what he said before. we can query our databases until the cows come home. nothing will show up because we have no record of that person. you can only query what you have collected. he is referring to countries like the seven that were listed that are either in war torn or don't have those systems. we don't know who these people are how dangerous is it when we are admitting people into our country. now with advance notice that they're flooding in and we don't know who they are. >> it is very dangerous. that's ongoing issue with people that we're intentionally bringing. in schuyler we are intentionally bringing in refugees. we want to hem them. come passion that the country. helping them as closely to their home in many cases. that's a better solution. and then when we do bring people into the united states, because you don't have anything until have you collected it, why not have a collection period and so you go through that process. the vetting process is -- it's a pause, it's a tactical pause. it's something that's done in battle. you take a tactical pause.
let's make sure this is just in sports you take timeouts sometimes. this is a time-out to say let's make sure the play call we have got here is right. pete: such a great point. time-out tactical pause. ranger training don't hope, know. we are hoping people we are letting in love our country but we don't know. isn't this process ultimately about making sure people come here love america and want to be americans? >> it is that. it's been done before. frankly part of it is the rhetoric and not the actions. so the courts didn't intervene when president obama took similar axdzs or previous presidents took similar actions. the reality is under our constitution and the body of law, the president does have a lot of discretion in terms of enforcing who comes and goes in our country. particularly with respect to noncitizens. pete: absolutely. if you are not a citizen and not here. protections don't necessarily apply as we know. congressman, thank you very much for your time. >> thank you very much. pete: all right, sandra. over to you.
sandra: thanks, pete. jason chaffetz facing hostile crowd at town hall event. who he blamed for that outburst and the stat is shocking. 69% of divorces are initiated by women? our next guest says it's because they insist on being in charge. the advice she says will save your marriage next. ♪ whoa, it's magic ♪ you know ♪ never believe it's not so ♪ i have asthma...
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pete: welcome back to "fox & friends." the air force test launching unarmed missile from california. the minute man three is an intercontinental missile capable of caring nuclear warheads. officials conducting the test to verify its capability as a nuclear deterrent. plus, thousands of rounds of ammunition stolen from a national park. officials say someone made off with rifle and pistol ammo from crater lake national park. taken from locked building near the headquarters. $1,00$1,000 reward for informatn leading to the arrest of those suspects. clayton, sandra over to you. sandra: trying not to chime in on this one but it will be hard. unfortunately a lot of relationships these days as you all know end like this. >> all i ask, brook, is that you show a little bit of appreciation. that i just get 20 minutes to relax when i come home instead of being attacked with questions and nagged the whole damn day. >> you think that i nag you?
>> that's all you do. all you do is nag me. the bathroom is a mess. your belt doesn't match. hey, gary, you should probably go work out. nothing i ever do is good enough. >> i'm done. >> what? >> i am done. i don't deserve. this i really do not deserve this. sandra: turns out 69% of divorces are initiated by women. and our next guest says women today are groomed to lead and insist on being in charge. clayton: suzanne venker author of the brand new book the alpha female's guide men and marriage. women need to be more diminutive to men. >> more about personality types than it is specifically about gender. what's kind of happened in the last couple days since i was on thursday. there is definitely a component that talks about the
differences between men and women because you need to know these going into marriage. sandra: alpha females need to find inner bait attachment be more feminine. stop arguing so much. serve your husband. >> let's talk about husband. sandra: roles may have changed. >> when you serve somebody, what you are doing is simply loving them to. serve somebody is to love them. we talk about service in other areas of life, community service, right? servicing. it's okay to serve in all kinds of capacities and you expect your husband to serve you, don't you? sandra: yes. why left out in your suggestions the man. should only the woman change. >> let's go back to serving for a second. so we expect men to serve their women or their wives without blinking. but if you reverse it, somehow that's beneath you as a woman. >> clayton: well i guess the alfa. i'm curious about the alpha female idea. the idea i'm married to a strong woman and i love our --
you know, i don't want -- i wouldn't want someone just sitting there in the corner like a kitten. >> of course not. clayton: we have great discussion and she is a strong, independent woman and i love that about her. >> you just described my marriage, too. so, in the book i talk about a spectrum for the alpha and beta and we all are some combination of alpha and bait attachment by the way those are loose terms. you can type a and type b if you want. other ways to describe it i just chose that particular word because i think people understand it and it's kind of universal. there is a spectrum and about finding that balance because you can't have certainly if you have two really strong people who and no one ever wants to bend, two people can't drive the same car. someone has to sit in the passenger seat, for example. you if you are vying for the wheel you will have conflict. clayton: what's the male's responsibility in this. if the female's responsibility is in service and to be more loving? >> so it's not about a female specific lay female's job understanding about how men and women work. so men respond -- don't
respond well to as your clip showed the nagging and the telling of what to do. sandra: some women take offense to you using that word nagging. clayton: women hate that word. can't stand. >> it pick a word. so forget flagging. but you know what i mean by that. so if women tend to do that because they get so frustrated. i have a frog in my throat now. excuse me. clayton: can we get some water? >> men are not going to be responsive to that and so you have to come at it with a different approach, which is a point of the book. understanding that men respond to several things. number one, a much softer approach, a more gentle approach, but they also needn't respect. so if you are, quote, nagging them or whatever word you want to use. sandra: ask a question that i think a lot of women might be thinking as they are watching at home. you might be asking women to behave in a way that they may have in the past but they have taken on much more. they have a different role. many women are the bread winners of their house.
they are still taking care of the house and the children and their husband for that matter. they have got a lot more on their plate. >> absolutely. that's the whole point of the book is to say roles may have changed but the rules haven't. so we have changed as a society and we have these women doing other things that they weren't doing in the past. clayton: now doing three times as much work. >> all of which is fine if you don't flip gears. the bedroom is very different from the board room. they don't require the same set of tools. if you want to have this new life that women didn't have as you say years ago have you got to be able to navigate both worlds. have you got to get out of boss mode and get into the wife mode. sandra: what are your suggestions for the man to better handle that changing situation. >> support of understanding this is about understanding the male female dance and how men respond to women. so women i consider the relationship navigators, they define their identity through their relationships much more so than men do through their work. so they kind of navigate that area of life. which is why women sort of
take over in the home very much in terms of managing everything. so in some degree the man is going to respond to whatever you put out. so, in that sense, you might feel like it's on you, but that's -- there is two ways of looking at that you can say well, that sounds really unfair or you could say wow, i have the power here. i can change this because i have the power. pete: so we are going to continue this conversation. suzanne is going to go to our green room. we started a thread on our facebook page. ask any question. what did i say? sandra: can you ask me too. i have my opinion. clayton: go to my goal to ff weekend. have you ready for this suzanne. >> sure. sandra: congressman jason chaffetz facing hostile crowd at town hall event. [crowd booing] sandra: i think i saw things flying through the air.
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pete: why don't we have any on set. clayton: debate about alpha feel may. my. sandra: my twitter is exploding. rick: i was hoping to stay out of that one. rick ring after one time where i spent like five day otherwise occupied i will never ever ever eat it again. clayton: see you learned your lesson. rick: never, not again. sandra: looks like the sun is up and city is brightening this morning. how is the weather? rick: not sun but it is light. overcast right now. not that bad. temperatures have warmed up quite a bit. that means a lot of the snow on the ground across parts of the northeast will melt. at least here new england another storm coming. in show you what's going on. temperaturewise, very cold. minus 14 in caribou. but aside from that it's warm. 66 in dallas. get ready down across the south. last hour i told you we lit 94 in the panhandle of oklahoma.
we also hit 80 degrees in denver yesterday. that broke your earliest record of when have you hit 80 degrees by five weeks. so blistering temperatures. 92 today in midland, 86 in oklahoma city. it is really, really warm. we also have some snow that's going to be out across the four corners. that will eventually kick in across the southern plains and amarillo where you are hot today get ready for icing. the cold air will certainly be back. temperaturewise here you go across the rest of the country. warm all across the southern tier of the country dry. sunday tomorrow cool down a little bit. overall not dealing with any major cold blasts and here we are in february things not looking that bad. all right, guys, back to you inside. sandra: can i just share with you one of the tweets? it's obvious sandra disagrees with the marriage lady. well, jeesh, thank you for that and there are many more that i'm not sure i'm comfortable reading. rick: cannot just read one
tweet, sandra, you cannot. sandra: sandra was very, very rude to that author. seems like she was offended by the book but never read it herself. wow. you know what? let me tell you something. clayton: sandra is so rude she is going to read your headlines. rick: she is in the green room. sandra: i appreciate all feedback. now to your headline. who is that? is that me? clayton: don't be rude about it. pete: we can read more mean tweets. sandra: more video stopping the dramatic raid stopping what could have been horrific terror attack. uncovering makeshift lab packed with explosive isis in recent attacks. the alleged master mind behind the deadly plot. four people, including a 16-year-old girl who police say is a known isis fanatic. the wanna be terrorist accused of planning to target a busy tourist area in paris that are now behind bars. an illegal immigrant caught
voting five times in the u.s. is sentenced to 8 years in prison and will later be deported. a texas jury sealing rosa ortega's fate after she blatantly registered to vote in five cities after checking the box on her u.s. drivers license she is not a citizen. blaming president trump's crackdown on illegals. congressman jason chaffetz slamming out-of-state radicals for hijacking his town hall meeting. calling them bullies. [crowd booing] [shouting] [chanting] sandra: the chairman of the house oversight committee couldn't get a single word in
during the event in utah. chaffetz who spearheaded the clinton email investigation in congress. claiming protesters were paid to intimidate him. well, she may be out of the white house, but michelle obama won't stop judging what kids are eating. the former first lady expected to appear as a judge on the reality show master chef junior. it's a cooking competition for kids between the ages of 8 and 13. during her time in the white house. you you mrs. obama made it her mission to force school children to eat healthier children in her let's move program. a new job for the former first lady. pete: we get to see photos from the kids. pretty poultry photos. clayton: hamburger bun covered in cheese. coming up on the show. some people shocked when hillary clinton lost the election. but apparently hillary knew the whole time it was going to happen. sandra: president trump said
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now would be a good time to have new car replacement. so get allstate and be better protected from mayhem, like me. it's good to be in good hands. pete: welcome back. we have a quick look at your headlines, putting the rumors to rest. former first daughter chelsea clinton says she is not running for senate for the "new york post." clinton dispelled other rumors she is being groomed to run for a new york congressional seat. we will see. did hillary clinton know she was going to fail? one of her top aides jennifer palmiery says clinton wasn't surprised she lost and almost didn't run in the first place. >> one of the people who is least surprised that she lost. i think she always, contrary to the view that she, you know, had held on to this
dream of being the first woman president, i think she came close to not running in 2016. pete: a that's some spin. palmiery said clinton ran because she thought she was still better than bernie sanders. there you have it. sandra: this week president trump followed through on yet another campaign promise, tax reform. >> lowering the overall tax reform on business is big league that's coming along well. we are way ahead of schedule, i believe. we're going to be announcing something over i would say the next two or three weeks that will be phenomenal in terms of tax. sandra: the president's comments may be resonating with investors. the stock market this week saw a very nice bounce, closing at record highs for the weekend. obviously the dow above 20,000 still. clayton: from wall street to main street, what should the middle class expect from the president's tax reform promise?
here to break it down professor, chair of the program in business and finance, kings college right here in new york city. brian, good morning. sandra: hi, brian. pete: tell us what's coming. >> don't we all want to know, right? that's the important point. president trump said 2 to three weeks. i will let you know where i stand stand on this. that's where marks said great. we just want to know how you line up against what we are hearing from house republicans. because of that's been the big question. they want to see some detail. particularly on things like the border adjustment tax. is donald trump for that? is he against that? that's going to make a big deal in terms of how big this tax cut is. clayton: sandra mentioned the stock market over 20,000. most americans don't care about the stock market. they want to know what the individual plan is going to look for them and middle class americans. >> i think they care about both. to the extent they have retirement account they look at stock market performance. what's going to end up in my pocket here. they will get a tax cut one way or the other. the question is how big this tax cut is going to be. we know it's going to go for
the middle class, both house republicans and the president steve mnuchin has been talking about this. they are very focused on middle class tax cuts. they will see money in their pockets. the question is how big is the business tax cut? that's a big deal. that spurs hiring. that spurs investment wage growth. i think middle class americans should look at not only what is my individual income tax? what are we going to do for businesses? ultimately we want jobs that pay high wages and get us back on track. son. sandra: you have to love the nature he a announced this phenomenal announcement on taxes and big league he references. so, the market is setting itself up for something big league here. i mean, you wonder if the expectations are almost too high considering the runup in the stock market that we have seen. the opening talked about him delivering on tax reform. he actually is just talking about it we haven't delivered anything yet. the market is reacting so strongly. you can see the desire for something to happen here. the sense that we just aren't growing at the rate that we should be growing and this is part of getting us back to that.
clayton: big league point though 15% business tax, that's what he wants to get it down to. that would be big league. is that going to pass congress? >> i don't think it's going to go to 15. congress is talking more something in the -- when you cut taxes that much. you see big revenue losses for the government. that creates massive deficits and house republicans or republicans in general are very concerned about that as well. so i don't think you see a 15% drop. but i think you do see a drop in the 20 to 25 range which is still a big deal when you are talking about a rate right now that's 35%. sandra: got to make a big move promising 45% growth in the first year. >> that is a huge stretch. do you have to do something very big and bold if you are going to get anywhere near that number. pete: if it's not big league we are going to blame you. clayton: t-ball we will have you back. >> i was a good t-ball player i must say. pete: he was. i must attest. how can you be bad at t-ball. clayton: you can be bad.
sandra: president trump's first deportation victim. >> next to her window two american born children struggling to stay strong for mother. >> for years the federal government left guadeloupe garcia not anymore. sandra: what they didn't tell you she is a convicted felon. the insane details next. clayton: are you watching right now. forget the orders. lindsey lohan has solution to the refugee crisis. she wants to sit down with you at the white house. i'm sure you are clamoring for it ♪ let me go crazy, crazy on you ♪
♪ ♪ clayton: welcome back. she is likely the first illegal immigrant to be deported back and the mainstream media went wild about it. >> carter evans a woman caught by this order who had been allowed to remain in phoenix under president obama's immigration policy. >> under new rules president trump has made any criminal offense criteria enough for deportation. >> next to her window her two american born children struggling to stay strong for their mother. >> the mother of two deported to mexico. she had been living in the u.s. for decades until an immigration check forced her to leave her children behind. >> for years the federal government left garcia deralsz alone, not anymore. son son aren't the networks missing something like she is a convicted felon? clayton: here to discuss is staff writer. what happened here? >> right. so in 2008 she was arrested for having a fake social
security number. and in 2013 a judge ordered that she should be deported to go back to mexico. and it's taken this long to finally get her to be deported because under president obama, he was like oh, we're going to prioritize deporting all of the violent felons before we get to the regular felons. so, that's the reason why she is being deported now is because president trump decided hey, we are just going to deport all felons regardless of whether or not they are violent or not. really it was only a matter of time before she was going to be sent back. it's happening now and now the media is acting like president trump is this is a disstick meany who personally called and had her deported which is absolutely not the case. sandra: clearly the media are seeing is blaming the president donald trump. who should they be blaming. >> right. they should be blaming the failed policies of president obama. they should be blaming our porous border for allowing her in i in the first place. lax immigration policing for
lulling her in to a false sense of security. she is not the only victim of failed immigration policies or unenforced immigration policies under president obama. thousands of children crossed into this country illegally and now the government has literally no idea where they are. likely they are being trafficked and abused. at love people watching this program right now doesn't know about that because the media doesn't like to talk about the failures of the obama administration. >> they like to talk about taken away from his children as abc news did saying she was ripped out of this country in that way and failed to recognize the fact that she was a felon. do you think also though that the administration -- the obama administration sort of lulled her in to a false sense of security of staying here? it's going to be fine. >> yeah, absolutely. right. right. she was regularly checking in with ice. and they were like okay, we're not going to do anything under president obama, right? so he was lulling her in to a false sense of security and making her think that it was okay for her, you know, to stay here and that it was no
problem for her to be here. that happened a lot. not just under president obama but also president bush, right? a lot of the presidents that we have had aren't willing to enforce the laws that we have on the books. and so a lot of people do think that it's okay to do this when it's not. i'm a first generation american. my parents had to wait in line and go through the immigration process legally it is frustrating for those that had to wait years to watch other people, you know, north to have follow the same rules. sandra: there is a little bit missing from the network coverage of that story. brey. bre thanks for coming on this morning. pete: thanks, bre. ever son son sean spicer has been on the job only three weeks now. the white house is reportedly looking for his replacement. ed henry joins us live on the curvey couch this morning to react. ♪ don't bring me down
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could make a difference for you. sandra: good morning, everyone. it is saturday february 11th and i'm sandra smith. from russia with love. edward snowden could be headed back to the united states as a gift from vladimir putin. to president trump. pete: return to sender. forget the courts, president trump may have a new strategy to keep our country safe. issuing potentially brand new executive orders on immigration that his critics cannot touch. clayton: america's favorite diplomat has made triumphant return to the homeland. lindsey lohan is back from turkey and demanding a sitdown with president trump. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. pete: we missed her. ♪ ♪ ♪ like you don't know
♪ where to go to ♪ why don't you go ♪ where fashion fits ♪ putting on the ritz. sandra: putting on the ritz. clayton: this is one of my favorite songs in the 1980s, pete never heard this song? pete: never heard this song son sothis is ansan those of use heard it are shocked. ed: you like justin bieber. pete: abracadabra second. sandra: so nice to see you. ed: i can't believe i walked in on that. clayton: today is national make a friend day. if you don't have a friend, today is the day to do it. sandra: thank you, friends. pete: can you share your pictures with your friends this morning. >> clayton: share them on the air throughout the show. pete: make a friend day. can't meet somebody on a street make a friend. clayton: some say donald trump is friends with vladimir putin. he says look, that's not
necessarily a bad thing. we'll could be. so fruits of that relationship developing overnight. one of the latest big headlines that's why we have ed henry to break it all down for us. could the russian government be ready to hand over nsa leaker edward snowden on a silver platter back to the united states? what are you hearing about this, ed? ed: i think we have got to be very careful of this as you know you see it on wall street and washington, it's not just what's being leaked but who is leaking it. who has a motive to get this out there? there are some i'm hearing saying wait a second, this is being leaked by u.s. intelligence to make donald trump look bad again. there has already been this war. why would it make him look bad? because of what you said. it's like now that he is president, his buddy vlad wants to turn over edward snowden. a big grain of salt here. is this true or is this the intelligence community again saying he is so buddy buddy, donald trump, with vladimir putin, that he may get him. we are hearing this in intercepts and getting intelligence. the other potential leak here is the intelligence community
putting it out there because they really want snowden. they are so angry about all of his leaks that exposed the secrets of these surveillance programs, right? caused this big debate here. justice department intel community wants him as well. they could have leaked. this. sandra: snowden for his part he and his lawyers say we don't know anything about this. ed: exactly. the intelligence community could be saying hey we are hearing this so they can get it in front of who, who? donald trump remember this guy he said he should be executed and all of that putin could be laughing and all of these leaks because maybe he is not going to turn over snowden. have you everybody running around. i would take it with a grain of salt there. pete: there has been some grains of salt taken on immigration and immigration executive order. now speculation of what the next move might be from this president. is it to challenge it further or to issue a new executive order? ed: i think it's clothe. i think it's clear from the news conference with the prime
minister abe yesterday saying we're going to fight this out in court. remember the tweet from the other night see you in court all caps. potentially new executive order. golden opportunity here for the new president saying all the critics saying this is hastily done. this is man no doesn't admit his mistakes. wants to tweet about it and rush to court. wait a seconds, he is preserving his rights in court. but meanwhile come up with a new executive order that's reworked, that is tweaked and is more bullet-proof from court action. and all of a sudden what are his critics? -- his critics are going to criticize him anyway obviously. if you actually have something that's more sound legally and politically, and he can be bigger than his critics. here is an opportunity for him. something else mentioned at that news conference. nobody followed up about the president said as soon as next week i'm also going to be announcing some big measures. he made it sound like security measures. something beyond vetting that there would be something new beyond an executive order. something else that's going to be done, either at airports and whatnot.
nobody followed up and i wonder what he is referring to. there could be more action. pete: clearly doesn't feel like they need to change the conversation. this morning he is doubling down on insistence this is a priority for him. he tweeted this morning our legal system is broken. 77% of refugees allowed into u.s. since travel reprieve hail from the seven suspect country dries. so dangerous. his point is we open the door, they rush right in. he has a point. ed: he has a point that we should be vetting these folks. and you know who agrees with him is chuck schumer. at least chuck schumer in 2015 who said we have to make sure we are vetting people from these sensitive countries like syria. what's wrong with vetting. my previous point about a reworked executive order. that might be where the white house has struggled a bit which is that this executive order went a bit further than that. if you just do something that's tighter, on the extreme vetting and is tweaked legally, bringing up the previous sound bites from chuck schumer a couple years ago who said yeah, there is
nothing wrong with more vetting and he can come after his critics that way. clayton: it's been interesting few weeks for preacket sean pres secretary sean spicer. brought in a taylor from the white house to get him tighter suits. then on "saturday night live" has melissa mccarthy playing him. reports are in the trump white house trump did not like a woman playing his press secretary. there are rumors this morning in the washingtonian says karl higby has interviewed for the position of the white house press secretary. he has been interviewing for that role. according to two senior administration officials. we had corey lewandowski on the show a short time ago. he said look, is he doing two jobs right now. communications director role and also. ed: press secretary. clayton: let's listen to what he had to say? >> this is by far the most difficult job in washington. sean isn't just a press secretary have you to remember. is he doing double duty as communications director. so sean's job as the press secretary is secure.
i think he is growing in to that job behind that podium. it's a very, very difficult job. it was never the plan of the administration to have sean doing both of those jobs. so my guess is, without any inside information, they're going to find somebody to come in and help him to continue to grow out that team, build out the communications team. work with kellyanne conway, work with sean spicer, work with sarah huckabee sanders and the rest of the team so that they can continue to build out the work they are doing to communicate with the media. pete: we asked karl higbie. he didn't have inside information you. you traffic in inside information. >> what i said on "fox & friends" thursday is that i was hearing that there were some people being talked to by the president and others about a communications job of some sort. and that i reported that one scenario was sean spicer moving to communications director full time. because, yes, he has both jobs. but, maybe, maybe i underline, giving up the podium and the press secretary job and then going to somebody else.
now washingtonian reports maybe karl hig higbie. other people spotted at the white house in recent days. white house officials are telling me that have been either talking to the president or people around him about a communications job. so the question is, is it for press secretary or is it for communications director. that becomes a washington game of different boxes on charkts i think the bigger point is the president clearly is not fully happy with the communications job or he wouldn't be talking to karl higbie or anybody else. he would be saying my team is great. clayton: this reminds me of george stephanopoulos being slammed on the podium. ed: awful job as briefer he moved behind the scenes. sandra: three weeks now and his tone at the daily briefings, it has changed a little bit. ed: it has. i think you are absolutely right, san draft i think actually sean spicer has been getting better at the podium.
anybody who had been thrown at the wolves on day one and this press corps has been much more aggressive than previous ones we have seen all of a sudden we can't stand donald trump's executive order, we can't stand, this we can't stand that anyone standing at the podium is going to get a hard time. the "new york times" saying the ratings for the briefings, when fox goes to it life and outnumbered gets bumped or something and you do it it's beating the soap opera. who knew spawn spicer a mid afternoon rock star. sandra: added a new element to it as well in donald trump. they audited the skypeing and bringing in local reporters. ed: a lot of reporters laughed at that at first washington insiders. brought in new voices. a lot of the outside reporters ask about, jobs, the economy, things that actually matter in states that donald trump wants to talk about. and by the way, the other thing we should point out in fairness to sean spicer, regardless of who the press secretary is. actually the president himself sometimes is his own press secretary. you are here saying he just tweeted. this sean spicer can come up with the greatest plan ever to talk about jobs. and then donald trump tweets
about immigration and everybody talks about that. pete: chattering d.c. class are going to hate donald trump about no matter. what. it's a tough spot. ed: it's a tough job. bottom line point is they are talking to a whole bunch of people about maybe, you know, just not shaking it up but adding some more people. pete: what's your gut tell you he moves to communications role. >> after i reported that on thursday, people that he might go to communications director full time. people around sean spicer told me i was wrong and that he is staying as press secretary for the foreseeable future and that if anything these people are actually being interviewed for communications director. sandra: that's in line. >> and sean will stay at the podium. corey might be right. sandra: always solid reporting from ed henry. turning now to your headlines this morning. starting with a fox news alert. a chilling helping police stop a deadly terror plot leading to isis. these two men here decked out
in camouflage and holding machine guns arrested in turkey the wife of one of the suspects alerting authorities in istanbul about the two sneaking into the country from syria. pete: couple students. sandra: police say terrorists have been training with isis to carry out attack in europe but are now behind bars. hundreds of illegal immigrants arrested in the first enforcement of president trump's promise to crack down on criminals. ice agents targeting aliens in six states, including major cities like los angeles, chicago, and new york. most of those detained are serious criminals convicted of murder or domestic violence. the trump brand disappearing from more retailers this morning. specifically serious and k-mart's websites. any search for the items sold directly from the retailer combings up empty. serious is now investigating why the items have vanish you had. this coming on the heels of nordstrom dropping ivanka trump's clothing line declining sales. most nordstrom employees who gave election dodges back to
hillary clinton or bernie sanders for president. is uncle joe headed for tinseltown? the former vice president and wife jill recently hiring one of the leading talent agencies s in hollywood to represent them. it's the same agency that works for mega stars bike jennifer lawrence, brad pitt and will smith. unclear what projects the bidens are working on. but leaves a lot of room for speculation. inside chatter. all right, those your headlines this morning. fun to see ed henry on the couch. pete: yes. we love ed. check out this woman. not only did she vote in elections five times, wonder who she voted for, but she is also not a citizen. how did that happen? clayton: the president signed executive orders to back our police this week but the mainstream media was too busy being the fashion police. >> president trump said he was defending his daughter when he criticized nordstrom for dropping her clothing line. clayton: why are they focused
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♪ ♪ >> the president goes after nordstrom and the white house accuses the store attack on ivanka. nordstrom says that's not true. >> taking on nordstrum. president trump takes direct aim at the department store after learning they are dropping his daughter ivanka's brand. tweeting from the official presidential account stock taking a hit in the moments after. >> today president trump said he was defending his daughter when he criticized nordstrum
for dropping her clothing line. pete: i have got a question. what's worse a president that criticizes nordstrum or one that criticizes the police as our former president obama did? this week president trump signed executive orders backing law and order. but the liberal press pretty much ignored it as you can see on the left the amount of time they spent on nordstrum. on the right the amount of time they spent covering new executive orders on law and order. are they focused on the wrong things? here to weigh in radio talk show host and fox news contributor david webb. >> good to see you; pete. pete: why all the focus on nordstrum. >> flood the media if you don't like trump with every other story than what's important. when he signed those three executive orders. he set the standard or at least re-set the standard i'm going after transnational gangs. i'm going after human trafficking. drug cartels. drug trafficking. and going after and also saying we, as a federal, you
know, -- or the federal government, when necessary, when it applies, will work to protect our police officers and our law enforcement community at large. there are times when they have been under attack. president obama criticized the institution of law enforcement. he inflamed the tensions. you look at the death, the assassination of wengian lu. rafael ramos in new york and others around the country. what they are doing is flooding the zone on nordstrums. pete: nordstrum stories are often one sided as well. nordstrum says it's a business decision. nordstrum has been involved in commenting on the president's previous executive order on immigration, refugees. >> right. pete: why no examination of the potential political motive of a nordstrum. >> that doesn't matter to the narrative. the narrative is to flood the zone on anything trump does to distract the american penal from the work he is doing. by the way, i will say. this i personally wish that he hadn't commented on nordstrum. i understand a father defending his daughter that is a natural reaction for a good
man to defend his daughter who has been very successful in her own right. she is a rock star. the other part of this they need to go after her in some way, they being the liberals out there and the progressive left because she is the example of what you can do when you want to be a successful woman and you work hard at it and you achieve. so that's a threat to their women's march. pete: it's also a threat to the overall narrative of the trump presidency if he said he is going to be the law and order candidate and then on thursday he signs three executive orders to start making that happen, they just don't have an incentive or desire to report on that kind of report. >> here is what i said on my show repeatedly, examine the executive orders. i urge people to go read them. some of them are a page long, seven pages, 13 pages. you don't have to read obamacare size bill. the order trump has issued by and large are to enforce laws that exist. he is not making new law. that's contrary to what president obama did. he wrote executive orders to
impede in enforcing our laws. big difference between the two. pete: which is why conservatives are not up in arms about executive orders about enforce the laws on the book. >> there is use for executive orders. when used properly they can help us as a country. when used improperly they can lead to these situations that have happened with immigration enforcement and many other areas. pete: david webb, always a clarifying voice. >> good to see you, pete. pete: good to see you. up next, should president trump cut his losses with the ninth court and write new executive orders. famed attorney allen dershowitz live on that next. and america's favorite diplomat has made her triumphant return. she's back. so thankful for the homeland, yes. it's lindsay lohan. she is back and she wants a sitdown with president trump after meeting wit withered with
clayton: like headlines and like them quickly have you come to the right place. here are your headlines, confirmation posts for president trump two more cabinet picks set for next week. the senate democratic filibuster advance in steven merrill lynchen and david shulkin who is set to head the v.a. monday night. betsy devos is blocked from entering a d.c. public school. >> go back! shame! shame! shame! clayton: game of thrones reference there. protesters blocked the
stairwell as she tried to enter the building. unclear how she may have been attacked. one protester was arrested for assaulting a police officer. pete: clayton, those are the quickest hid lines i have ever heard. sandra: could you do it quicker. pete: nofast enough for sandra. sandra: stop. pete: next steps in striking optimistic tone on board air force one. >> we win that battle also have a lot of other options including filing a brand new order on monday. clayton: let's bring in allen dershowitz harvard law professor amerias it. welcome back to the show. what do you think the president's move will be legally on monday. we are hearing rumors it may be an effort to tighten up the legality of the executive order and issue a second one. do you think that's going to move? >> well, immediately after the court rendered its decision, i got on television and wrote op-eds urging the president to do that.
because he is going to lose in the ninth circuit and he will lose in the supreme court in trying to get a stay. he may ultimately win in the supreme court on the merits because the ninth's circuit's order was too broad. it will take him months to do that. he said this is a national security crisis. if it is, we need to have in place an executive order, one that's constitutional. so the smart move is to let the ninth circuit case move slowly on a slow track. get a new executive order. it will be challenged but, perhaps another circuit somewhere in the country will have a more positive ruling. so if it gets to the supreme court, and splits 4 to 4. then you get an affirmance of the more positive rule than the negative ruling. that's the smart approach. and he seems to be following this advice and pursuing that approach. pete: from a legal perspective, what needs to be tweaked in order to ensure that the spirit, what he intended to do, which is secure our country happens and not included but passes legal muster? >> oh, very simple.
he has to make sure distinguishes between people green cards on one hand and legitimate visas. and family from yemen never been in this country simply make a visa application because they would like to come and see the statue of liberty. they have no constitutional rights. they have no property rights. and so you have to distinguish between categories of potential visitors to the united states. you also have to put a few more due process safeguards in to the process so that it seems to be fairer to the courts and maybe tone down some of the religious language. i think we can have a win-win here. i think we can have a constitutional order that protects americans. sandra: still pledging to take additional steps to improve security. is he going to make another announcement on this, allen, what are you expecting to come from this administration on that front? >> well, he talks about vetting. and i think we can do more to vet. look, we have been quite successful after 9/11, obviously. we were utterly a failure before 9/11. the intelligence agencies didn't talk to each other.
people came through the cracks. we have been relatively successful. i think what's needed now is not a massive revision of everything, but a tweaking and an improvement and shaping up of what we have on the books now. and the most important thing is to keep the constitution -- look. these challenges are going to persist over the next four years. we now have not only the courts challenging the president, but we have states for the first time, really, states serving as a check and balance on the executive branch. and that's a new phenomenon. it will be a very important one. pete: you mention tone down the religious language there was no religious language in the executive order. why office scation religiously targeted thing as opposed to focused on national security and states where they don't properly vet. >> there is one focused on religion. it talks about minority religions need to be protected. by the way i agree with that when the jews are being persecuted. pete: christians being persecuted in the middle east.
>> they are not the only ones, the byes being persecuted. the kurds being persecuted and sunnies being persecuted, shias by sunnies, i think a little bit more can be done. there is no constitutional problem in protecting religious groups when their religion is the october of -- of persecution by others. as long as there is secular purpose religious categories as long as the purpose is not to promote the religion over other religions. clayton: read the tea leaves looks like more and more we will see a new executive order early this week. allen, thanks for your analysis. check this woman out, not only did she vote in elections five times but she is also not a citizen. pete: wonderful. clayton: who do you think she voted for? we will find out. sandra: i have some ideas on that. country star toby keith headlines the inauguration. ♪ american thunder ♪ an american ♪ sandra: but now some people are trying to get him dropped
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no, we have been friends for a while now. i love our friendship. today by the way marks national make a friend day. you guys are sending in photos of your best friends and we love it joe sent us this, pete. pete: that's very nice. his best friend his wife sarah saying i couldn't ask for a better friend to spent my life. which is great and they are best friends. that's good but isn't it national make a friend day. sandra: describing the day they met their friends like barbara she emailed in a picture of her and her best friend her husband butch. pete: wendy send in this picture with her and her best friend since she has known since her first day of high school. who comes up with days national make a friend day. sandra: keep it positive for a minute. isn't it nice it's a nice sentiment. and by the way we sent clayton outside. pete: nicest of the three of us outside to go make friends. here he is. sandra: he is not having much luck. pete: clayton is looking for a friend. if you are near 48th and sixth.
sandra: give him a minute. we will check back in with him and see if they are making any progress. new video right now showing dramatic raid stopping what could have been a horrific terrorist attack. french police uncovering this makeshift lab packed with explosive ingredients identical to those used by isis in recent attacks. the alleged master mind behind the deadly plot four people, including a 16-year-old girl who police say is a known isis fanatic. the wanna be terrorist accused of planning to target a busy tourist area in paris that are now behind bars. an illegal immigrant caught voting five times in the u.s. is sentenced to eight years in prison and will later be deported. a texas jury sealing ortega's fate after she blatantly voted in five cities even after checking the box on her drivers license that she was not a u.s. citizen. her lawyers calling her punishment harsh blaming president trump's crackdown.
pete: i think she voted trump, trump, trump, trump, trump. sandra: maybe. country music festival kicking toby keith out of lineup after he performed at president trump's inauguration. ♪ an american thunder ♪ an american sandra: illinois residents upset he is playing at the napnaperville rib vest. the country music star not endorsing any candidate in 2016. keith will still perform. lindsey lohan still demanding a meeting with president putin and other celebrities on thousand solve the refugee. met with tuckery's president and 7-year-old syrian refugee detailing her desire to fix isis minds. and those are your medicine lines. i'm getting tweets on that. people say you know what? if she is going to spend her energy some way.
pete: does she know about erdogan and what he wants to do and isis tendency? probably not. rose colored glasses. sandra: see if clayton and rick are making any friends. clayton: what would you say is a great way to make friends? it's national make a friend day. what's a good overture, opening line? what do you think? rick: after school or first day of work it's pretty hard. like how many new friends do you make. clayton: make new friends. dew points to try? i'm just going to try. i have no idea to make friends. rick: here is the deal though clayton, we have to follow up overtime. clayton: where are you from? >> albany. clayton: today is national make a friend day. so i don't have a lot of friends. i was thinking would you guys like to be friends? >> sure. >> sure. clayton: wow, this is pretty great. as a friend, so i like to play nintendo. you guys like to play nintendo after work today super mario brothers? are you guys on your way somewhere? >> actually we are going to
nintendo store right now. clayton: you are going to nintendo store right now. >> that's exactly what we're doing. clayton: what's your favorite nintendo game. >> paper boy. clayton: paper boy? what about ice climber? >> ice climber is fun. clayton: classic. i think we are going to be great friends. rick: swear to god this was not set up at all. rick: i guess you can make friends after you are 40, clayton. clayton: big step i missed my name is clayton, what's your name. >> jennifer. clayton: what's your name. >> john. rick: can you give clayton your fen northbound? clayton, give them your number. have you to have a phone number if you are having to be friends. clayton: 212-801-love. stop trying to stop my friends. we're going to anyone tend dough store. sandra: clayton, have you another hour of a show to do. clayton: no. i'm going to anyone tend dough show. sandra hit me over the head with the iphone and smashed it she is not my friend. rick: clayton has a friend e
we cannot interrupt them. sandra: recap just what happened. clayton said so i like to play nintendo and his new friend said we were actually on the way to the nintendo store. pete: it's fate. that's how friendships happen. sandra: beautiful. peter peter senator elizabeth warren otherwise known as pocahontas quickly become the face of the democratic party is that really a good idea? we'll debate it next. sandra: plus, if you want to move here, hand over your social media pass words. that could be part of the extreme vetting plans for refugees. kurt the cyberguy on what home land security might find just ahead. ♪ friends ♪ how many of us have them? ♪ friends ♪ once we can depend on ♪ friends ♪ how many of us have them ♪ friends ♪ before we go any further ♪ let's be friends
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♪ ♪ pete peewee are back with quick headlines. i can't do them as quickly as clayton but i will do my best. horrifying school bus crash caught on camera. >> oh my god. oh my god. oh my god. pete: suv slamming into a bus intersection in ohio. six kids thrown from their seats. thankfully kids are generally durable and no one was seriously hurt. and terrifying video shows strong winds, check that, look at that strong winds blowing over a big rig. those are some serious winds crushing a patrol car. another police cruiser's dash cam catching the heart stopping moments in wyoming. luckily that cruiser was empty. fortuitous for sure and no one was hurt. amazing video. sandra, over to you. sandra: all right. thanks, pete. a massachusetts senator elizabeth warren seems to be positioning herself as
democratic attack dog. opposing key members of president trump's administration. >> mr. sessions has used the awesome power of his office to chill the free exercise of the vote by black citizens. congressman price has a lot of experience in healthcare policy. yes, he has experience but it is the kind of experience that should horrify you. sandra: both sessions and price have since been confirmed. so are democrats putting their future in danger by elevating warren to the party's throne? here to debate it former ohio state minority leader capri car fall low and joe b. capri, i will start with you first. is this the right strategy to elevate her to the throne of the party. >> frankly i don't think it's a strategy by the democratic party. you know, number one, i have always said that in order for democrats to be successful, particularly in this environment, you know, i'm from ohio, number one, we need
to recruit a better farm team that can actually talk to the middle of the country dry rather than focusing on the coast. for example places like massachusetts. we also need to get younger people into the prey so we are not ending up with people 50's, 60's and 70's running for president of the united states. that being said, i believe that in this particular context, it's actually mitch mcconnell that has elevated the position of elizabeth warren by utilizing rule 19 to silence her on the floor of the senate. she has turned into a martyr and democrats have capitalized on that. so she is going to have to get past folks like corey booker. but i think this is short-lived at least for now. sandra: clearly after we witnessed that moment her being silenced on the floor during the debate, joe, she is becoming a leading voice, one could say, of the party. so i mean, is that going to be effective for democrats or is it time that they stop, look within, and make some changes based on what we just
witnessed in 2016. >> you are right. probably mitch mcconnell probably did help her secret cred by article 19. the reality is she is cheap sheets sleeps in her party. going after the militant base seeing rioting and that sort of thing. true to realize that hillary clinton lost some support within her party because she wasn't liberal enough. but democrats like capri sort of indicated veto realize that they lost the election because they lost middle class, middle of america voters. what does someone like elizabeth warren, what is she dangling out there to get voters in the 23 states that the senate dems have to defend this year back? i don't think she is doing anything. sandra: capri, you do see both republicans and democrats now trying to appeal to those same middle class voters. who are the rising stars of this party? what do democrats have to look forward to? >> well, you know, i have to say that, you know, my own member of congress, tim ryan,
and his challenge to nancy pelosi, you know, he is 43 years old. you know, is he somebody that has represented the -- what when we call, unfortunately, the rust belt in the midwest, since 2002. and so, you know, here is somebody that i think is going to be in it for the long haul. you know, we have a number of other younger folks that maybe are not as well known as congressman ryan. but we have also other young members of congress in places like arizona, reuben geauga go, texas with joaquin castro. we do need -- this starts not at the congressional level, city council, county commission, state legislative level and we have to do a better job of recruiting candidates in. and also focusing on widespread redistricting reform so we actually have competitive districts where we can recruit good people. sandra: judd, actually have a few seconds left. how would you address that question as we leave this off. is elizabeth warren one to watch in washington? >> no.
she is the embodiment of sort of this collective amnesia of the democratic party is suffering through where we're not supposed to remember that she worked with people like jeff sessions. where we are not supposed to remember that most of the things donald trump were doing were once mainstream democratic positions. she is not helping her party. sandra: capri, joe, thank you both for coming on and debating that let us know what you think. tweet us or message us on facebook as well. edward snowden could be heading back to the united states as a gift from vladimir putin. geraldo rivera will join us to give us his thoughts on that. and we could start asking for social media pass words for people trying to come into the country. what kind of info could we find? kurt the cyberguy is here to explain ♪
clayton: welcome back, friends. department of homeland security chief john kelly saying if you want to move to america hand over your social media pass words. >> we want to get on the social media with the pass words. what do you do? what do you say if they don't want to, you know, cooperate, then they don't come in. clayton: well that plan could be a component of extreme vetting for refugees. but what might they find if they are looking there? here to explain is kurt the cyberguy. >> good morning, clayton. what's the thinking behind this? because, you know, we do want to have a really restart on how we vet people coming in this country. for a lot of people this is very important. so you have this new secretary to the department of homeland security sitting in front of his committee saying hey, we want the pass words. well, let's look at the pros and cons of this. the pros, let's go for this one.
obviously, we would learn a lot from people by seeing where their photos are, their recent locations, your updates in terms of status. you would learn a lot about not just who you are but sort of what kind of person you are. clayton: private messages you would be able to access. >> access private messages, associates, friends, family. what is the bad reason for any of this? and that might be well, you and i could create a fake profile in about 60 seconds, right? and give up the password at the border and say this is my social media password who is to say it's not it. privacy concerns come in to play here. what's to say that the government has responsibility to manage my password in a way that doesn't later cause a problem for me? clayton: there are so many questions here. privacy concerns. you know, i'm sure the aclu would be all over, this of course. >> what we have is great intention. maybe not the best evolved idea yet. clayton: yeah. just think about it first of
all, refugees are they going to have a cell phone? are they going to have a facebook account? families that have their houses destroyed? is that somebody that's requesting to have a facebook account or a pinterest board? >> true. maybe not that group of people. there are a lot of people making claims on forms that we ask them upon coming in this country that if you and i did have their bonafide facebook page to look at, to verify, we would say you know what? that lines up. that isn't just made last month. this is over two years ago or three years ago. so that makes a little bit of sense that way. clayton: not unprecedented because the irs looks at people's facebook profiles to see if they are lying about their taxes. you know, you said you did this but we have this evidence on your public social media profile. i'm sure though you would get enormous push back from silicon valley about. this sure. you wonder did john kelly come up with this idea on his own. the truth is back in 2011 the obama administration kicked this idea around. it went through white house legal counsel. back between offices for about a year. they are shake the language of it and then it just sort of got killed.
why? maybe because there are a lot of issues with it that it can't be validated. clayton: there are also a lot of social media profiles and we have the social media sites that have nothing to do with the most famous ones that we all know about like sin that gram or facebook or twitter and those kinds of places. >> if we are doing that to everybody else, what happens when we take our trip to europe or wherever we want to go. are we now then have to give every our passwords for social media and do we want to? clayton: all kinds of questions. >> all kinds of questions. clayton: great to see you. >> thanks, clayton. clayton: president trump up saying his border wall will cost $21 million not so much and not so fast. edward snowden could be heading back to the united states as a gift from vladimir putin. geraldo rivera has some thoughts about that next. he is not an opinionated guy. ♪ oh, that's the way ♪ um-huh, um-huh ♪ i like it ♪ that's the way, um-huh, um-huh ♪ i like it
>> good morning it's saturday, february 11th. i'm sandra smith. from russia with love. could nsa leaker edward snowden be headed back to the president of the united states? it could be a gift from putin to president trump. >> heck of a gift. issuing brand-new executive orders on immigration that his critics this time could not touch. >> and, you know, i don't know if you know, but it is national make a friend day. this morning i went out on the plaza, and i made some friends, and they were going to the nintendo store, and we became friends. jennifer and john, they wouldn't believe it. this is how we made a friendship together. >> they were so hesitant to stop, and then it was just love. >> fox and friends starts right now.
♪ >> so we did go to the nintendo store. we've never met before. they were going to the nintendo store, and i said i'm going to go home and play nintendo after work today, and they said we don't tell nintendo store, and we became lifelong friends after that. >> you honored the spirit of the day, and you nailed it. >> i would have called a cop if i was them. [laughter] >> drag me to a toy store. >> good morning. >> i'll use this same news segue as he did earlier this morning, which is there's been much made of donald trump's
friendship as vladimir putin, and we heard overnight that there is movement in the edward snowden story whether or not vladimir putin is going to be serving up snowed he be on a silver platter. what do you think about this? >> the way it occurred to me, clayton is that the way the story was sourced was very similar to the, quote, unquote, trump dossier story. so i really don't buy it. but if it is true, a couple of things. one is it would be a win, win for putin because there's no way after this all of this time he doesn't have everything in snowden's brain. he has drained that puppy dry. he has run out any intelligence. snowden went first to china, moscow. he has been there since he leaked the national security agencies secrets and damaged this country. so i think handing over snowden for putin would be, you know, a no-brainer for putin's point of view.
what does trump get? you know, trump as i recall a couple of years ago said that snowden should be executed for treason. and the cia guy also pompeo, the new cia director also said that and at the very least decades in jail. i have no sympathy for him. i know some progressives feel he was a whistle-blower. i don't see it that way. if he were doing something something for the country, he would have turned the secrets over to some congressionallal executive body. >> you actually suggested that this might be a possibility and then president trump came on last night and said brand-new immigration order could come as soon as monday. you had suggested we could see a completely new executive order. >> you know, sandra, the reason i was so confident on outnumbered a couple of days
ago is that this is such a poorly drafted executive order. it didn't say whether or not people with green cards, for example, permanent legal residents were grabbed or prevented from coming into the country. people with visas, young children, people with medical emergencies, it made no distinction. and it presented no evidence that it was a harm to the united states. >> well, the evidence has presented itself since. donald trump was up tweeting this morning. he tweeted this about refugees from the countries that were targeted in that executive order. he tweeted and said our legal system is broken. 77% of the refugees allowed into the u.s. since the travel reprieve hail from the seven countries. so dangerous. now, our brain room did the math and saw it closer to 74%. but those are the countries.
iraq, syria, somalia, iran, sudan. his point is if we give a period of time, they're going to flood in and rush in including potentially bad do you see. does this not prove that point? >> i think that god bless the president of the united states. good friend. i love the guy. but where else are the refugees going to come from? the whole point, pete, is here you have a country syria where you have hundreds of thousands of civilians slaughtered, they've been beheaded, they've been burned, bombed. where else are they going to come from? they're not going to come from france or england. they're going to come from these countries that have turmoil. pete: also said we're going to infiltrate that population. >> i think that's a real fear. so what do you do about it? first of all, you have to have extreme vetting. what does extreme vetting mean? it means if you have a 7-year-old with a heart condition, you can reasonable bet that that person is not
going to be a heart terrorist. if you have a 75-year-old lady or someone who has lost their limbs or a bunch of children or. pete: but kids don't come alone. they come with parents and parents look at the mateens in california. >> take the boston marathon bombers. pete: mateen had a young child. >> he got his wife in pakistan. that's the only one as far as i know, the only adult immigrant refugee/immigrant who's come to do us any harm. or orlando, president trump points to orlando. the kid was born in queens, new york. the brothers came seven, eight, nine years old from massachusetts. i say that if you're -- the reason i said redraft this
executive order is lay out the proof you have. what proof do you have that there's an imminent danger? pete: radical islam. >> why radical islam in sudan and not indonesia? i've been in -- pete: countries they don't have proper vetting process. >> on friday they had oral arguments to present there was clear and present danger to the united states. critics would say they didn't do a good job. clayton: they did a terrible job. hannity opened his show last night. he opened with ten minutes of what pete was just talking about. this incident, that incident, this incident. kennedy did the better job than the attorney general in presenting the united states case that there was an imminent danger. it was so amateurish. really amateurish. on the other hand the state's attorney general, they laid out chapter and verse this kid
was having an operation. sandra: jeff sessions had been confirmed, which he had not. >> to think that jeff sessions would have made a difference in 48, 72 hours. why didn't the president wait? wait until next month. wait until two months from now. give people notice. be clear that it doesn't include people with green cards or valid visas. >> let's turn the page to sanctuary cities now. >> i'm going to be so unpopular. >> starting to cave in the face of all of this. here's what donald trump -- well, yeah. what do you think about that? >> i think it's baloney. >> cities are self selecting. it this is purely the feds as it should be. they're going to grab those hopefully with felony
convictions and make a difference between them and maria and the apricot pickers. the battle lines in this country there will be absolutely no bipartisanship. there will be no getting together for infrastructure project. it's going to be absolute war. and the main is going to be sanctuary cities. you're going to have well funded blue cities like new york and chicago and los angeles versus the federal government. the red federal government, and it's going to be tied up in courts, and they're going to litigate the hell out of it. i think sanctuary cities is where you're going to be hearing about this every other day. another lawsuit, another fight. >> who's fault is that? if a president came in and ran on law and order and says i'm going to run on the laws on the books and ask authorities to simply acknowledge that you can check immigration status, it makes the job of
federalized agents -- >> and isis has been turning their cheek for years. >> yes. is that donald trump's fault. >> the reason it's his fault and, again, we wish him success. and there is no doubt and the reason i withdraw my objection to the border wall is the realization that elections have consequences and the majority of americans in a majority of states want the border wall. so if you want to spend $25 billion, and it's going to be much more than that, god bless, go ahead and do it. i still don't think it's going to work, but i've withdrawn my objection to that. the problem with president trump as he's approached this is it's too much postering. there's a difference between being decisive and just doing stuff -- >> what's postering if he said he was going to do it on the campaign trail? >> here's an executive order
and then -- in other words, if you're asking the court to do something extreme like approve the with holding to the united states of families that have been previously approved. if you're going to do something that dramatic, then they say to you what's the proof that this family previously approved is a danger to the united states. and if you're not prepared to answer that question, how dare you ask for this extraordinary power. it's really you've got to be -- if you're going to wheel that sledgehammer, then really got to have your -- mixing my metaphors here. ducks in a row. squash those ducks in a row. >> well, monday we're likely to see perhaps this new executive order. >> i swear to god give me a yellow pad and a sharpie, and i'll give you. sandra: by the way, on your way out today, make sure you make a friend.
[laughter] to your headlines this morning starting with a fox news alert. a chilling tip helping police stop a deadly terror plot linked to isis. these two men here in this disturbing photo decked out in camouflage and holding machine guns arrested in turkey. the wife of one of the suspects alerting authorities about the two sneaking into the country from syria. police say the terrorists were training with isis to carry out an attack in europe. now they're behind bars. hundreds of illegal immigrants arrested in the first enforcement of president trump's promise to crack down on criminals. agents targeting aliens in major cities including los angeles, chicago, and new york. most of those detained are serious criminals, convicted of murder or domestic violence. the trump brand disappearing disappearing from more
retailers as of this morning. k marts websites. the items sold from the retailer comes up empty. looking why those items have vanished. this year nordstrom dropping ivanka's clothing line. we're longer most employees who gave election donations backed hillary clinton or bernie sanders. and we've heard it owl throughout campaign. >> we will build a great wall along the southern border and mexico will pay for the wall. >> the dhs now estimates the wall along the entire u.s. mexico border will cost roughly $21.6 billion and take up to three and a half years to build. president trump responding on twitter it reads quote i am reading that the great border wall will cost more than the government originally thought. but i have not gotten involved in the design or negotiations
yet. when i do, just like with the f35 fighter jet or the air force program, price will come way down. exclamation park. because he said it would take about two years to build the wall; right? pete: yeah, and i think we spent $21.6 billion on pretty useless stuff before. >> four times -- >> bad digs. >> what about the train in california? >> the bullet train in california. that's true. coming up, another drug that thousands of americans depend on is getting a major price hike. the price? $89,000. sandra: and rumors flying the white house is already looking to replace him. >> daniel helper is here to react. >> and it is national make a
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sandra: the house looking to replace its press secretary just three weeks in. sean spicer of course. >> well, a headline this morning is bound to get a lot of attention today. but is there anything there? also known as truth. daniel, nice to see you. what do you know about this? is sean spicer on his way out? >> no. i don't think sean spicer's on his way out. i think that headline is overblown. i think this guy carl higbie who came in for an interview that it was an interview for something else. it was possibly department of homeland security spokesman
or, look, there's a ton of government spokesman jobs at various agencies that are open. i don't think sean spicer is on his way out. with that said, a lot of these people have targets on their back. a lot of these people won't last forever, but i don't think we can expect any firings this week. sandra: i mean, to be clear, carl higbie has been tweeting about this, and he has said that he had no formal interviews with the white house, and he is not interviewing for press secretary. and there it is, in fact. spoke to the white house last week regarding positions. no formal interviews, to be quite clear. but we wouldn't be talking about this, dan, would we, unless there are some issues. some people have identified there's certainly a different tone coming from the press secretary. some like it. some don't. what is the chatter about sean spicer right now? >> i think there's a lot of sympathy to him, really. it's a very, very hard job to do under the best of circumstances.
if you go back and read various books from press secretaries like george stephanopoulos who served as bill clinton's director and took the podium as well, he tells you how hard it is. imagine, you have to stand up in front of the nation, and you can be asked a question on any subject at any time, and you can't say anything that's against policy, and you have to be very, very careful. you can move markets, you can create international kerfuffles. it's a very precarious job. so of course there's going to be a certain amount of criticism that comes with the job. but i think the press understands that sean spicer's in a difficult position, and i think there's a certain grace period that we're still slightly in that -- it doesn't immune him from criticism, but i think people sort of understand at this moment. >> and he's for donald trump, which no better mouthpiece
than donald trump, and he has to get out there and defend it. >> that's right. donald trump wakes up and starts tweeting, and sean spicer has to defend it. it's a tough position for anybody. and john is doing a good job. >> george stephanopoulos had his beard out and wrote a book about how much stress. sandra: and double duty. press secretary and white house secretary. thank you, dan. >> thank you. sandra: a new poll coming up saying more people trust the president than the media. david who switched parties to president trump joins us live why he agrees. pete: plus tim tebow makes a great play off the field for a great cause. the night to remember for these special children my insurance rates are probably gonna double. but dad, you've got... ...allstate. with accident forgiveness they guarantee
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>> 9:23 on the east coast, a quick look at your headline. the air force launching a missile. a missile capable of holding nuclear warheads. and thousands of rounds of ammo stolen from a national park. officials say someone made off with a rifle and pistol ammunition from greater national park in oregon. the bullets were taken from a locked building close to the headquarters. $1,000 reward leading to an arrest is being offered. pete. pete: the same supporters that president trump had during the election are still behind what he's doing in office. but you wouldn't know it by watching the mainstream media. joining me now former democrat
in clark county, indiana councilman who changed parties to vote for donald trump. david, thanks for joining us this morning. so you changed party to support donald trump as a candidate. he's now president trump. has been president now for three weeks. what's your take as a supporter? >> everything's fantastic. what the man has promised, he's done. if you get to thinking about it, a man -- a politician that runs and tells you what he's going to do if elected and most people say, well, you know what they do when they get elected? they forget you. not donald trump. everything he has told the american people, he is doing. and the people that are against him knew what he was going to do when he was running for office. so we need the press to start showing the good things. i watched this morning and you had nick clark on there that came over, went to all the. pete: nick adams, yes. >> i'm sorry. nick adams. yes. and that gave me a thought of
what he did in his heart and the boy said he enjoyed pick up trucks and basketball games. just things we take for granted. pete: and the men and women who have been forgotten in this country, he said i'm here to do their bidding. their job. there was an emerson college poll that talked about president trump's truthfulness or untruthfulness. 49% believe he's truthful. that breaks down very closely along party lines. but the very interesting side of that poll as well was on the media. the media side. do you believe the news media has been truthful or untruthful? 53% say untruthful. 39% say truthful. so to your point, the news media's going to spin what president trump is doing. but you feel like if someone who supported them or switched to support him that they're following through. >> yes. that's what brought
me to vote for him. and i believe every word he says, and he hasn't said a word yet that he is he was going to do. he has done everything that he said he was going to do. i think people need to get behind him and support him. i talked to veterans. i talked to a lot of people. you know, i was here seven months ago, and people were whispering i'm going to vote for trump. they shout it out now. i can be in a local jc store, people down the aisle, hey, our man's doing good, isn't he? you didn't hear that. everybody was quiet about it. the veterans, they feel different. they have hope that he's going to help them. the veterans really need a lot of help. pete: well, david, you did a courageous thing in switching parties which most people wouldn't have the ability or willingness to do. the question is would thereby intellectual honesty to find places where president trump is succeeding and following through and give him credit for as opposed to impugn him. i wouldn't hold my breath, and i know you wouldn't either. thanks for being the forgotten
man and speaks up. >> thank you very much. pete: you've got it. all right. check out this photo right here of this woman. not only did she vote in this election five times. that's four more than you did. but she's also not a citizen. who do you think she voted for? and some people were shocked when hillary clinton lost the election. but one person who totally saw it coming. not that lady. hillary clinton herself. she knew she was going to lose. huh? really? we'll check that out. is depression more than sadness?
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friends. >> it's national make a friend day not best friend day. don sent us a picture of her best friend and dog. >> and pamela sent this her best friend is her mom. >> they were friends on day one. >> you met a new friend out on the plaza. >> yeah, rick and i tried to make some friends and rick didn't make any, but you did. >> i just randomly met three people and they said do you want to be my friend, i'm going to go home and play nintendo and they said get out of here and became my friend. she was hilarious. look at that. >> it was very hesitant to stop and talk to you at first and then it ends up like this. beautiful. >> we had a beer too. >> you gave them your number. 555 love i think that was. >> these two. sandra: turning now to your
headlines this morning new video showing the dramatic raid that could have been a horrific terror attack. packed with explosive ingredients identical to those used by isis in recent attacks. the alleged masterminds behind the deadly plot. four people including a 16-year-old girl who police say is a known isis fanatic. the want to be terrorist targeting a busy tourist area in paris but now behind bars. an illegal immigrant caught voting five times in the u.s. is sentenced to eight years in prison and later be deported. after she blatantly registered to vote in multiple cities. even after checking the box on her driver's license that she was not a u.s. citizen. her lawyers call the sentence quote harsh. taking a page out of martin
shkreli's page book. marathon pharmaceuticals is hiking the cost of a muscular dystrophy drug to $89,000 per year. that's 70 times higher than it costs in europe. the common steroid has been around for decades but has just been approved by the fda. since marathon is the only company with the drug in the u.s., it gets to decide the cost. it claims the price will be much lower with insurance. and tim tebow surprising special needs students by showing up at their prom night. this is the second year that tim tebow foundation has put on the night to shine at 350 churches worldwide. the former nfl quarterback taking selfies, walking down -- girls down the red carpet in jacksonville, florida. he says that it's a cause that's near and dear to his heart. >> it's about changing and celebrating all of these people with special needs and for my life, that really happened when i was 15 years old. i met a kid with the seat on
backwards and the village looked at him like he was curst. and ever since them i was to fight for people that couldn't fight for themselves. sandra: wonderful message for those young children. 75,000 teenagers participating around the world thanks to his foundation. >> lovely. sandra: and those are your headlines this morning. >> very cool. let's give it outside to rick who is standing outside in the cold. still no friends, rick? >> no friends at all. >> clayton made them, but he has nerdy habits. >> immediately clicked. >> do you have creepy habits? >> i need some -- we have some dogs later on. >> we're excited. i just saw some of them. great looking dogs. it's not that bad here right now but there's nor snow coming toward the northeast. take a look at the map. temperature-wise all the cold air is way to the north. we haven't had that kind of cold air make its to the lower 48 in a bit, and it looks like it's going to stay that way for a while as well. take a look at this. it's summer across parts of
the south. february 11th, and it's hot. 92 degrees in midland. big cool down coming. right now, though, we have one little clipper system move across parts of new england and now we have this next one that's going to develop tomorrow and bring more heavy snow, better part two of feet. down out across the west we have an incredible amount of snow across parts of southern california. guys, guess how much snow has been across the mountains of southern california this year. >> three feet. >> four. >> almost 35 feet. sandra: wow. >> the drought is almost gone, which is amazing news from all of this snow. and great news for the skiers. >> wow. >> we could help but notice it's national make a friend day we couldn't help but notice there's nobody stopping by. give you the overhead shot to give you a perspective.
>> you just wanted to take a look at my behind there. >> that too. that too. >> bald spot. >> sometimes holidays can be the loneliest days. sandra: i don't know about these guys, but i am your friend. >> please stay outside. coming up on this show, several states are following the president's lead and cracking down on sanctuary cities. texas one of them. governor dan patrick cracking down. >> but up next let's check in with charles payne. >> hey, guys, good morning democrats continue to delaying president trump's cabinet picks and also saying it's delaying our economy from booming again. what a top republican just told neil cavuto that will have taxpayers smiling. and look who's shouting death to america. the reason why the white house trying to keep its extreme vetting push alive. we'll see you on the cost of
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>> now, having said all of this, why aren't i 50 points ahead, you might ask? >> turns out she already knew the answer. top aid says hillary knew she would lose from the beginning and almost didn't run in the first place can i go to has been she's one of the people who's least surprised she lost, contrary to the view that she, you know, had held onto this dream of being the first woman president, i think she came close to not running in 2016. >> only ran because she thought she was going to be a better candidate or better president than socialist bernie sanders. and putting the rumors to rest, hillary's daughter chelsea clinton apparently doesn't think she would fair any better, telling the new york post she's not running for the senate. however,
clinton said nothing other that she could run for a congressional seat. the rumors won't go away. >> well, about half a dozen states are making a move to defunding sanctuary cities. just pass a bill until ice can verify their immigration status. >> is this the fight of illegal immigration? >> lieutenant governor from texas joins us right now. thanks for being with us this morning. >> good to be with you. >> what is texas doing as it pertains to sanctuary cities? >> well, our sanctuary city bill that we did pass this week will deny funding to our cities that refuse to follow the constitution. and follow the law. we have one sheriff who has doubled down multiple times saying i'm just going to ignore what the state of texas says and what the president and federal government says and what the constitution says. so we had to take action. not only will we deny funds, but we have in our bill the opportunity for civil
penalties and criminal penalties. after all just because you may be in law enforcement, and you break the law and refuse to protect our country and put our city at risk, you should be subject to those repercussions. it's unbelievable, by the way, guys, that as we were passing that bill on the floor, the city of dallas the county's court posted a resolution to defy our regulation. saying they want to make a city safe. well, you can't make a city safe when you did follow federal law and turn them over to ice. >> are you seeing a movement here? because we're seeing similar legislation being in ohio, tennessee, north carolina, iowa, idaho, the list goes on. you would say that this would make your cities safer. how so? do you see a movement unfolding here? >> i do see a movement. we now have a republican president in congress.
we have over 30 republican governors like myself, over 30 state legislatures run by republicans. we believe in the constitution in our party. we believe in upholding the law and the reason we're doing this. let's look at some stats. from 2008 to 2012 just those four years in the state of texas we arrested 147,000 people we identified as being hardened criminals with respect here illegally. we charged them with an alleged 447,000 crimes, guys. almost a half a million crimes in four years committed by people who were here illegally. we have to protect every american -- every texan. asian-american, africa american, we have a responsibility to follow the law. and the left whether they're in elected office or ninth circuit or did the jury reach a verdict judge or federal judge out in washington, they are actually no better than the actors who play them in the movies. because a lot of our actors are on the left. >> sure.
of course. >> we are now facing activists -- elected officials, activist, judges who are ignoring the constitution and making our country less safe and not helping actually create a situation where we can have legal immigration where people can come here in dignity and not live in the shadows and that's what we want as republicans. legal immigration and not illegal immigration. and these kinds of actions by these cities are only helping more people come to this country illegally. they're not helping the situation at all. and they're making everyone less safe. >> texas is on the front line perform but even chicago it comes from drug cartels coming take a look at our porous border. why do left-wing mayors deny the policies in front of me that would make their cities safer and stay so wedded to policies that have failed their cities? >> it's an ideology. it's the leftist movement in this country that has taken over the democrat party, by the way. i mean, this -- these are people who are afraid. they can't run for election anymore, unless they espoused
these ideologies. they totally ignore the constitution and the rule of law and that's why, by the way, republicans now control more than 30 states in this country and both houses of congress and the white house. the american people have said enough is enough. and i heard a sheriff one time -- we have 254 sheriffs in texas and all but this one in travis county understands the rule of law.f in north carolina say no matter where you are a sheriff in this country, you have to deal with the illegal immigrant crime. we're talking about hardened criminals in those crime statistics i gave you of thousands, 447,000 crimes over four years. there were thousands of murders and thousands of rapes in those -- in that list of crimes. we had to have the rule of law where we have total anarchy. this is the open border crowd. and as lieutenant governor of texas, we led on this legislation very quickly. we put it on the express track. we passed it out. it's now going over to the house. i hope they'll put it on the fast track and governor abbott will sign it, and we'll put it into law.
>> lieutenant governor dan patrick. we appreciate you waking up early with us on this saturday morning. >> always a pleasure. >> new york city, it's about to go to the dogs and big dogs. >> huge. >> the biggest breeds about to compete for the best in show at the 141st dog show. that's a big dog. what kind of dog is that? we're going to find out. holy smokes look at that. >> bigger than me.
florida just going through the gardens making friends. >> beautiful day. >> it's a beautiful day. they're taking it literally. make a friend day. there you go. pete. pete: well done, clayton. sandra: all right. thank you very much, clayton. next week new york city is going to the dogs. the 141st westminster dog show taking place at madison square guarden with dogs of all shapes and sizes. >> but here at fox and friends we've got the big dogs, and we've got them first. little kids and their big dogs, she also happens to be a panel judge. thanks for being with us this morning. >> thank you. pete: so this book. amazing photography. we love big dogs. >> right there's the juxtaposition of the size but also the connection between the kids and the dogs. dogs have big dogs who are so amazingly gentle with their size and so gentle with their kids. >> so they know it. sandra: by the way, we have a
few big dogs. let's just bring them in because it's all about the doggies. why don't you just tell us. >> she's a four-month-old puppy. really drooly. you have to be careful. it's like cement so stay away. >> can we get a close-up of the pause? >> she is amazing, and she's going to be quite big. >> how big? >> she's going to be really significantly. >> speaking of really big, i see one in the foreground here. >> this is the leon burger. it has been around since 1840 but relatively new to the united states. he weighs 153 pounds but he's on a diet. sandra: i would have guessed more than that seeing him in person. the hair adds a lot. >> beautiful.
>> and this is a good dog with kids? >> this is awesome. these dogs were bread solely to be wonderful companions. to grace the states of royalty and rich in the 19th century and pretty much that's their life mission. >> i was wondering if you could bring me something? >> she has a total snot hand. >> bring in the next one here. >> this is a newfonland, this is a girl. size isn't everything and they were bread to rescue people from the waters. >> i feel i'm the dog whisperer. >> you're not whispering very well. rick can't even make a dog friend this morning. >> you'll get it for nothing. just for being cute. >> how big does this one get? >> they get fairly large. about 28 inches tall. she's maybe 25.
but she's at her full height. >> so are all of these dogs in the show this year? >> some of them aren't. but all of these breeds will be there. and the westminster show is monday and tuesday. >> as a judge, are you picking a big dog to win this year? >> it all depends on the moment but i will tell you having sit at the floor on of madison square guarden, usually the big ones. >> how does it work? >> the crowd loves the big dogs. >> i bet they do. >> this is banjo and his son. >> the ridgeback because of this. >> and they have a stripe of backward growing hair on their back. and they're born and some of them are born without. >> so neat. >> it goes -- you kind of have to pet them like this. >> beautiful. well, i will tell you that the breed that won westminster last year the german short hair pointer is
the breed that i have. but that's not a big dog breed; right? is there a weight class that you have to reach in the category? we don't classify them as big or not. we measure how tall at the shoulders. my personal guide is 27 inches for a male. >> very cool. >> and what are these personalities known for? >> these dogs are wonderful family dogs. they were bread in southern africa to hunt big game. but they're really easy to keep around the house. >> really cool. denise, thanks so much for coming in. we're going to hang up with the dogs. more fox and friends coming back. >> we'll be right back. >> thanks very much ♪
pete: clayton is out making friends we think. sandra: and make a friend today. we did. these dogs from the american kennel club westminster this week. thank you for joining us, pete. you can log on for after the show show. pete: stick around. >> fox on top of obstruction over the top. antitrump protesters briefly blocking secretary betsy devos from visiting a public middle school on friday after democrats unsuccessfully tried blocking her nomination for days. now they're blocking other nominees. forcing the senate to hold late nights and all nighters is all of this wasting time and money that could be spent helping middle class americans? hi, everybody i'm dagen mcdo you in for brenda. this is bulls and bears.