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heather: close enough. abby: good morning, you're watching "fox & friends first". i'm abby huntsman. heather: i'm feeling a lot better. jason chaffetz calling for investigation into the mishandling of classified information. abby: the president blasting the leaks that forces national security adviser to resign as criminal acts. heather: gary live in washington, d.c. with the latest. good morning, garrett. >> heather, abby, something the president brought throughout the day yesterday. campaign aides were in constant contact with russian officials. he dismissed the reports, the real scandal is that classified information is illegally given out by intelligence like candy.
very un-american. venn a few hours later at a joint press with israel's prime minister, mr. trump was asked about former security adviseer mike flynn who stepped down after series of reports with conversations with russian embassador over sanctions, president defended flynn and blamed resignation on the media. >> i think it's really a sad thing that he was treated so bad ly. in addition to that, papers are being leaked, it's criminal act, it's been going on for a long time, before me, now it's really going on. >> growing number of leaks have concerned members of congress as well. last night house overnight committee jason chaffetz he has instructed inspector general to learn how classifyied material
has been handled throughout as a whole. >> we have the inspector general also look how does the information end up at the news media. you have classified information, sensitive information like that, there are policies and procedures for handling that. no matter where you are in the political spectrum, you cannot have classified information migrating under unclassified setting. something that's been mishandled, we want them to look at it. >> amid reports that u.s. intelligent officials have not been sharing sensitive intelligence information with the president over fears it could be compromised, allegation the white house denies and also now report that is the replacement as national security adviser michael flynn will be robert howard, former navy seal. heather, abby. heather: we will talk about the new possible partnership to take the post a little later. thank you.
>> you got pit. heather: democrats are hyperventilating over rumors. why weren't they worried when it was hillary clinton's highly classified leaked emails? >> someone who either was embedded within the fbi or another component of the intelligence community that willfully leaked this to the new york times and the washington post and now we have a nation of leftist that are hyperventilating over what they actually are now rumors because we don't have the transcript of those telephone calls, we don't have a single phrase, we know with confidence is accurately quote that had was transmitted. we have the long stories coming out and now the democrats created an entire narrative about this and they are trying to get the whole nation wrapped up in this but they were never worried about hillary clinton's real-time leakage of highly classified information and while she was secretary of state.
heather: what do you think should happen to those behind them? log onto "fox & friends first" facebook page right after the show, live debate, #keep talking. abby: secretary of nominee taking the center stage, andrew puzder taking name out of the running after serious concerns from republican senators. president trump already work to go replace him. top candidates include peter and alexander acosta along with labor regulations director katherine and dr. joseph goodman. heather: president trump touting prospects of a great peace deal in the middle east, meeting with israeli prime minister as leaders affirm alliance. president trump put the prime minister on the spot after israeli settlement. >> as far as settlement, i would like you see hold on settlements for a little it.
we have known each other for a long time. smart man, great negotiator, it might be a bigger and better deal than people understand. doesn't sound too optimistic. [laughter] >> good negotiator. >> that's the art of the deal. heather: the president appearing to be willing to break a decade old's policy on a two-state solution on a palestinian conflict. abby: fox news aletter, search intensifying for this man who was near two teenage girls were walking while they were murdered the girl's body found in wooded area where they went hiking on monday. police saying how they died. >> small plane crashes at a california racetrack, you can see the jet smashed up, that's
near los angeles. engine failure forcing the pilot to touchdown shortly after takeoff, the pilot and passenger are expected to be okay. that's the good news. a plane hits a deer during takeoff, the pilots force today turn around immediately landing safely back at the airport, this what happened in charlotte, north carolina, the plane packed with nearly 50 pearls leaking fuel. firefighters rushing to the scene and washing with foam. >> i don't know how the dire got on the roadway. heather: a little nervous, i'm sure. it was headed to mississippi.
abby: a bill reversed that president obama sneaked before leaving office. the house vote to go repeal mr. obama's effort that takes away gun from social security beneficiaries. and gun prezone, law make nester florida proposing a bill that would allow people with concealed firearms in airports, public schools and bars, the move after massacre at pulse nightclub and ft. lauderdale airports. heather: potentially deadly dog food. abby: cheryl casone with the recall that you need to know about this morning, cheryl, what is going on? cheryl: another brand of pet food may be contaminated. this is a drug that's used to either sedate or useed in
euthanation on animals. four pets got sick. another brand of pet food out of abundance of caution, this is against the gains pulled beef with gravy, dinner for dogs, expiration december 19, it was sold in maryland and washington. if you have this on your cabinet, throw it away. again, this is tied to the other recall but in this particular case with this food so far no illnesses, hopefully it stay that is way. heather: another company respond to go criticism over some praise for president trump. cheryl: ceo of under armour, they are popular for supporting clothing, he was on another network and basically praising donald trump. listen to what he told the reporter here and why he's
getting so much black. >> he's highly passionate and definitely to have such a probusiness president, something that's a real asset to this country. cheryl: well, some of the big celebrity that is are sponsors and partners came out against it. in particular you saw the pictures just now steph curry, the rock all came out and say they don't agree with mr. flank. yesterday he put an op-ed, one of the greatest american attributes is entrepreneurship, we believe that immigration is a source of strength, diversity for global companies. he's walking back his comments and somewhat his support for donald trump because it got so much flak eight years ago. abby: i don't remember this when barack obama came into office. cheryl: flying cars are going to
be a reality. this is the liberty and you're looking at the video, pretty interesting stuff. it's a three wheeler, a car and turns into a girocopter, your own flying drone in the sky, it can go 112 miles per hour, 110 miles per hour, a little pricey, starting price tag $400,000 for the base model, bargain, right? and $600,000 if you want to get with accessories. preorder phase. heather: what is the accessory for that? cheryl: heather, it comes with heating. heather: i think i would need that. thank you so much, cheryl. time now ten minutes after the top of the hour and illegal immigrant drunk behind the wheel accused of killing a father of two. the outage that is now boiling over. >> we will build a great wall
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or not. heather: jackie ibañez is made with the decision that's sparking outrage. jackie: exposing the teacher's antitrump tirade directed at her students. man behind the camera, 19-year-old president trump supporter caleb o'neil capturing the entire thing, listen. >> our nation is divided, it's an acts -- act of terrorism, one of the most frightening things for me that the people committed the assault -- >> amazing, o'neil suspended by orange coast college in costa mesa for recording without consent but doesn't stop there. he also has to write an apology letter and a three-page essay about the entire incident. he claims that he only recorded her over fear that her grades would suffer because of
political alliance. lawyer filing an appeal calling it unconstitutional. >> what the campus has done by suspending caleb is retaliate on the first amendment rights of expression by expressing conservative viewpoints by wearing his make america great again hat to school. abby: thank you, jackie. the travel ban just gained an ally in texas. attorney general filing a brief of support with the federal court saying that the executive order is legal, the president has every right to protect the safety of the american people, he's going to join us on "fox & friends" this morning why the lone star state is siding with
president trump. phoenix will not protect illegal immigrant city council to become a sanctuary city. barring any city from becoming a sanctuary city, officials sadding the state law prevents government agencies from enstricting the enforcement of federal law. heather: the great wall but actor matt damon will not support president trump's plan for a wall. >> i'm not a believer in walls. hopefully the people in méxico understand that the people in the country, the majority of them don't believe in putting up any walls. heather: he thinks the wall will never happen but, quote, we will see how it all plays out. hollywood was working in harmony with lawmakers for a little bit.
john mccain sharing a romantic moment with ashton kushner. >> ashton you're better looking than in movies. anyway -- [laughter] heather: you can hear the room bursting into laughter. he's the cofounder of the organization called thorn that uses technology to locate victims. abby: pretty funny. taking a father-daughter valentine's ballet class. heather: boy, they did not disappoint. not at all. look at that. ♪ ♪ ♪ [laughter] heather: philadelphia dance
school posting hilarious videos showing dad leaping across the floor with little ballet -- abby: the video has nearly 10 million views now on facebook. heather: daddy daughter dances and now daddy-daughter ballet. abby: terrifying tact tick to get parents to pay up the urging warning about a scam targeting kids. heather: military mother outraged after her american flag is shredded but she's not backing down. don't miss her epic response. >> this week evan quay trump tweeted a photo that shows her sitting at the oval office desk with her father and canadian prime minister justin trudeau, here is the photo right here. a great discussion with two world leaders about the importance of women having a seat at the table. did you notice something odd in that photo?
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flipped his car and he was ejected. mr. cane, father and grandfather died at a hospital later that night. the woman charged with the death did not have a driver's license, elizabeth vargas hernández was also drunk and the marion county sheriff's office tells me ice has placed immigration on hold on ms. hernández. she was also in a car crash in 2016 accused of driving without a license but she was not arrested. liberals want to protect people like the woman who killed david crane. they want to provide sanctuary to those who live among us illegally, those who would do us harm. the cold-hard reality that mr. crane would be alive today if only somebody had bothered to secure the border. build that wall, mr. president, build it for people like david crane. back to you. abby: imagine answering the phone and hearing a screaming
child and someone told you they kidnapped your son or daughter, police in maryland are researching families online and call parents threatening to hurt the child if a ransom is not paid. at least nine cases reported. the fbi is warning parents not to wire money and contact police immediately. heather: governor greg abbott firing back at nfl after it said future super bowls could be at stake if the state passes bathroom bill. proposal would limit the rights of transgender people. abbott sounding off on glen beck's radio show. >> the nfl needs to concentrate on playing football and get the heck out of politics. heather: governor abbott criticizing the nfl for allowing players to kneel during the national anthem saying that there's bigger issues to be concerned with. abby: speaking of the nfl could the next trophy be an oscar.
they plan to turn the path road to victory at super bowl li into a movie. the story won't just be about the epic come from behind victory. they won't shy away from the deflate game controversy that kept super bowl mvp brady on sideline for the beginning of the season. heather: who will play the part of tom brady and giselle? time now 26 minutes after the top of the hour. republicans condemning the leaks coming out of the white house. >> this is -- this is a state here that's falling apart and it's totally unacceptable for any one within government to be doing this. abby: president's response in the investigation that is now being launched.
♪ heather: good morning to you, you are watching "fox & friends first", a beautiful morning once the sunshines comes up. abby: good morning, i'm abby huntsman. this is where we begin this morning. demanding some answers, congress calling for investigation into the mishandling of classified information. heather: the president is blasting the leaks that forced his national security advise the other resign as criminal acts. abby: gary live with us in washington with the latest. >> the white house is saying that it became a trust issue with mike flynn but yesterday president trump continued to praise his former national security adviser at a joint press conference with israel's prim minister. mr. trump called flynn a wonderful man and blamed the
media for flin's -- flynn's resignation. >> i think in addition to that from intelligence, papers are being leaked, it's criminal act and it's been going on for a long time, before me, but now it's really going on. >> members of congress are concerned about the wide number of leaks coming out as well. house oversight committee jason chaffetz asked the justice department general to investigate both leaks and the handling of classified material within the administration as a whole. at the same time house select intelligence chairman david nunes had suspicions of where the leaks are coming from. >> this is a state here that's falling apart and it's totally unacceptable for any one within government to be doing this. now, i think most of this is probably from people who were in
the old administration, but there could still be people that have burrowed in and providing classified information to the media. >> the white house is expected to name former navy seal vice admiral howard as the president's next national security adviser, heather and abby. >> the latest attempt from the left to undermine, outlines formerly remove a sitting president. >> we have seen erratic behavior out of the white house and inability of donald trump to even tell whether it rained on him during his inaugural speech. abby: you heard that right. it was sunny when it was rainy. democrats says he's mentally unfit to serve. cofounding editor of the intercept slamming democrats
they are slamming donald trump. >> the democrats are showing no signs of self-critique. why did they lose, they favor policies throughout the 1990's such as free trade, getting rid of all the restrains on wall street, such as having jobs go overseas that the clintons advocated an they continue to advocate same policies and wonder people in the rust belt who have no economic future and nothing but economic desirety are leaving in droves and have no desire in looking at it. heather: half of voters would support gorsuch. that's according to fox news poll. 37% say they would not confirm, democrats have threatened to fight the president's pick but a majority do not support that. 45% of voters trust the supreme court more than the president
and the congress and 47% don't think president -- supreme court decisions are too liberal or conservative. fox news contributor karl rove says this is good news for gorsuch. >> the last time fox news asked that question was in 2015, 45% back then said too liberal, today 31, about 47%. i think that's because a lot of people say, there's a vacancy on the court, trump has made a nomination, the guy seems pretty good, therefore the court is already in a better place. very odd in my opinion because as we know the supreme court is being contentious since the last year or two. heather: confirmation hearings expect today begin in march. abby: now to fox business alert, businesses across the country shutting doors as immigrants plan to walk off the job today..
cheryl: part of a strike known as a day without immigrants. it's a movement organized in response to recent raids of custom officials of undocumented immigrants, businesses have no choice. josé andrea who is spanish american voluntarily is closing his washington, d.c. restaurants in show of solidarity with immigrants, that move was celebrated by president and ceo of the national town of la raza from doctors to diswashers, immigrants are intreg real to daily lives in the u.s. other chefs in the dc area are supporting their workers. listen. >> look, we are in support of this. we want you guys to stand up. we want you to fight for your rights and, you know, be a part as much as we are. cheryl: there's support for the president's travel ban, texas
attorneying told federal appeals court the president acted well within his authority. he filed a brief in california to argue in support of trump's temporary ban from seven predominantly countries. texas is the first state to back trump. maybe not the last. back to you. abby: interesting. heather: let's see if others follow. thanks, cheryl. fire fall and it's lighting national park in california. can you tell what that is? this happens every february for ten days. that's a waterfall that looks like golden lava, the setting sun hitting the waterfall just right making it seem to glow from within. that's amazing. abby: beautiful. also this out of this world, international just discovering
60 new planets orbiting stars close to our solar system. one of the planets a hot super airt. the team finding evidence of 54 planets bringing the potential discovery to over 100. heather: wow. super earth. time now 20 minutes until the top of the hour. how did president trump win the election? lots of people still asking that question and the professor that's sparking outrage that white privilege put him over the top. abby: howard tap to become next presidential adviser, why our next guest says he's the right man for the job. heather: might be too little too late for justin bieber to say sorry. the charges that he may now be facing. abby: i love bieber's story
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heather: welcome back to "fox & friends first". trying to speed up drugs crossing the border, patrol agents uncovering 30 pounds of heroin in the gas tank of a bmw motorcycle thanks to narcotics dog, the trained four-legged agent alerting officers from the smell coming from the tank in arizona. they opened it up to finding bags of heroin worth $460,000. the man from méxico is now behind walls. >> who is going to pay for the wall? who is going to pay? i didn't hear you. who is going to pay in you better believe it. they are going the pay. abby: congressman proposing a bill that would use half of the money seized from mexican drug cartels to pay for the wall. the measure calls for the justice department for way that
is it can increase penalties on drug criminals. heather: president trump moving fast to fill empty seat in administration offering robert harwood the job to be new national security adviser. abby: what does the vice admiral bring to the table? jim hanson joins us this morning, good to have you here. >> pleasure. abby: just things off the top, ceo of lockheed martin, former vice admiral serving as deputy commander but the fact that our own john roberts reported yesterday that i loved, he was voted the honor man when he was going through train to go become a navy seal basically showing that you have the strongest mental and physical strength to be the inspiration for the other navy sales, -- seals. that's pretty cool. >> i spoke to teams that knew him on the seal teams.
i haven't heard anybody say a bad word about it. he grew up in iran before the revolution, before the crazy took over and the also persian people were friends of his. i think that's vital when we look at the fact that iran is one of the major enemies we face. they are resurgent because of president obama's failed deal and we are going to have to take care of them, he's a good man to understand why the iranian people deserve better leadership than they have. heather: he has close ties with general mattis. how would that benefit and what can you tell us about that? >> our national security apparatus is broad and complicated, it is difficult to operate, right now if you look at three of the major places where leadership is needed, you have general mattis, the department of defense, general kelly who also served as mattis' deputies in the marines and you have admiral harward, they know each other, they have done the
inner agency planning and able to operate security effectively. abby: they describe him as being easy going but mission focused. i like that. >> there is. there's no need for military people to be hard core but not friendly, you can actually do the job and still be a person that can get along with other people and that's something that's going to be necessary when you're trying to get all of these agencies working together. i think he's going to be able to bring that to the table. heather: what about in terms of following some of the mission plans, ideas that flynn had put forward and would he be beneficial in that area as well. i know that you mentioned iran? >> well, here is the thing. there's been a lot of planning and work done and ideas in place and people in place to do those ideas. i hear some talk from some of the never-trumpers and some of the people who think that everything trump has been doing is wrong, i hope it's not a house-cleaning where he goes in
and starts from scratch because there are things that's going on that should happen and hopefully he will continue those and simply provide the leadership at the top that makes those more effective. abby: all right, jim hanson, thank you for being us with -- with us this morning and understanding this man. really impressive guy from everything we are learning. >> yeah, his resume compares to mine which doesn't really happen very often. heather: no one can compare to that. >> thank you very much, heather, for almost meaning. brian: how that could lead to a smooth-running administration which they actually could use at this hour. the leaks, wall street journal story that the intelligence community is not telling the president everything he needs to know. they are holding back intelligence. that's never happened before, is that, indeed, truth?
we will get to the bottom of it. judge napolitano weighs on potential consequences for whoever leaked information that ultimately caused michael flynn his job. he might be wearing the same suit. [laughter] abby: we look forward to it, thank you, brian. heather: thank you, brian, and we will be right back, stay with us ♪ heigh ho heigh ho it's off to work we go here's to all of you early risers, what's up man? go-getters, and should-be sleepers. from all of us at delta, because the ones who truly change the world, are the ones who can't wait to get out in it.
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sparking outrage claiming that white privilege won the election. the professor writing a paper saying that male privilege is a disease and president trump is the personification of it. she was goes on the blame president trump supporters for increasing racial tensions adding that many are now afraid of the country's direction. and flag furry, a military mom in arizona comes her to find her american flag rip today -- ripped to shreds. he was heartbroken when she noticed to her flag. >> everyone of these strands is one of our people that's fighting for our country and never making it home. abby: horrible, she will use the shredded flag for a quilt and vows to put one soon. heather. heather: newest thriller a cure
for wellness combines hidden horrors and creepy castles when a young executive finds himself trapped at a mysterious wellness center. >> rest assure it's just the toxins leaving the system. give yourself over completely to the process and you will see the results. heather: give yourselves over to the process. fox news senior vp michael tamara who has the inside scoop on making the movie. >> that's right. heather: the trailer, looks scary. >> get ready for a psychological roller coastal heather because the cast told me what it was like bringing the haunting story to life. >> a cure for wellness premiered this week in new york city, it's a psychological thriller that's sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. >> i came and exhausted like five hours in the gym, i had
been grabbing the seat and sweating. i'm looking forward to watch the rest. >> it's terrifying and i'm going to watch it again now because it's a film that you have to watch a couple of times to pick up the details and nuances of the film. >> we need something that's going to, you know, make us think about what's going on in the world today but take us away from it and terrify us and entertain us and, you know, give us something to think about. >> no, actually i was just leaving. >> i would never leave. >> we went on a month long tour on germany. we went to the most haunted place in germany, some people felt ghosts there and spirits. the mood and the atmosphere that they were trying to create with the film. >> set the tone for the whole
shoot. >> generally did. whenever i wasn't filming, i would go back to trailer, i try not to look because you could hear the screams in the air. >> there is no cure. >> it's wonderful here. >> chilling. i saw 20 minutes back in december, i had a sneak peek, i was on the edge of my seat. opens up this weekend. executive that goes to switzerland that goes to find a colleague and loses control of his -- heather: everything, it looks like. >> the worst possible can she be orio. heather: based on the book called the magic mountain. >> yes. heather: i thought it was a disney ride. >> not this one. heather: not a ride you wanting to on. >> he's so talented and
brilliant. heather: i like the pirates of the caribbean. >> you can catch my cell bringty interviews or follow me on twitter on instagram at fox michael. heather: thank you, michael. the time now 6 minutes until the top of the hour and face to face, what we can expect from secretary of state rex tillerson with first meeting with russia today. what do you mean? why -- i didn't read that right. what do you mean. justin bieber could be facing charges for this alleged attack. here it is. sounds better with him doing it. >> you have a good voice. ♪ ♪ ♪ wner. pretty cool.
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