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that's what that was. you also saw the science behind him. abby: that is 30 days and can the tribe running for reelection. >> u.s. classic trumpet he was doing what he knows was vilified eventually sold the effect it going forward. let all the networks cover it, wall-to-wall, so i can speak. abby: him as he let the people. he lets the american people. let's take a look back at it. >> the white house is running so smoothly. we inherited one big mass. jobs are already starting to pour back in. ford, general motors, fiat chrysler bringing -- bringing back thousands of jobs. they are not leaving. look at what is happening to the stock market. look at what is happening to every poll when it comes to optimism in her country.
we are going to be submitted in a couple weeks a great health care plan that is going to take place at the disaster, known as obamacare. i refuse to fly and a $4.2 billion airplane. i got the general sin who are fantastic. i got rolling in. we have it running beautifully. we've directed the creation of a task force for reducing violent crime in america. i've nominated a fantastic justice to replace the late great justice scalia. i've ordered the construction of a gray border wall. i take
that's what you're used to? pete: he's stressing that the people, for the people. clayton: be a stay with us when the media for time yesterday. >> after the last couple days. this is what president trump said about the media. >> i also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news. the dishonest media of which is published once told story after another. with no sources. even though they pretend, they become a big part of the problem.
when the media as the people, i will never, ever get them get away with it. abby: here's what a sane. if you open the headlines, you will not see what's going on. you will not see what we are working on. this is his attempt at the american people and say here's what we're passionately working to do with the white house. you are not going to -- i actually found it refreshing. if you think back on the obama gears, there was a long period of time where you're never at a press conference. we want to hear from the president. we want to hear how he's feeling about things you'd even with hillary clinton on the campaign trail. a press conference of any sort. i found this for weeks in refreshing. pete: we also saw the media regurgitating, word for word
what's interesting is i don't know, you watch the video because it doesn't look like he talks of the secret service ahead of time. i'm sure the secret service is out a little bit when he calls she'd huber up on stage. a great moment. watch this. >> i saw this man on television just now. you. i just saw him on television. i love charm. let trump to what he has to do. that is my guy right there. i'm here. let him out. i'm not worried about him. i'm only worried he's going to give me a case. i'm not worried about anything else. abby: after this plays out, he brings them up on stage and asked him to give a message to the crowd. when you put a microphone up to someone who's never been on television are speaking to a crowd come you never know what's going to come out of their mouth. she'd huber went to town. take a look at what he says. >> mr. president, thank you, mr. chairman. we the people, our movement, is
the reason why the president of the united states is standing in front of us here today. when president trump during their election promise all these things that he was going to do with us, i knew he was going to do this for us. [cheers and applause] pete: kind of the personification of the forgotten man. secret service had no idea. by the way, jeanne is going to be on our show. i want to ask him about the moment. he and a half over the barricade in order to get up there. the secret service may not have been listening to the president because they aren't your pieces in. they are listening to each other and other secret service members making sure everyone is safe, checking around. they are not listening to what the president is saying at the exact moment.
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should they be called protests? >> morning. well, there's a line between protesting and committing crimes, assaulting people, committing vandalism. and many of these so-called protesters have long since crossed that line. what i find maddening, there were protesters against ronald reagan, against george w. bush. george w. bush, of course, got us into the iraq war, donald trump is a populist. this is a man whose daughter is propose toking six weeks of -- proposing six weeks of paid that alternativety leave, he wants a stimulus package, something even chuck schumer is smiling about. on many issues he's a centrist, a populist, so i don't with quite understand why this level of outrage with this person. clayton: if you look at their t-shirts and signs, larry, it looks like no wall, that this is what they want, as they're saying, a nation of immigrants.
what do you say to that, that border wall idea, the executive order on immigration, that's what they're zeroing in on. >> i think you're right. but even on the wall, there's an economist from harvard named george borjas, and he says that illegal immigration puts downward pressure on wages and jobs for people in the inner city. so the people that the the inner city -- would benefit by doing something about these porous borders. donald trump either in the center or is promoting an issue that minorities support. for example, vouchers. right to put their kid into a better performing private school. donald trump wants that, the parents want that. i'm trying to figure out what makes this man racist. clayton: and look at betsy devos, of course, needing to get u.s. marshal service
protection as she goes around from school to school. what do you make of that? >> again, outrageous. the d.c. hope scholarship program has been evaluated, and it turns out that graduation rates have improved, reading and test scores have improved. all donald trump wants to do is allow the secretary of education to promote the issue of choice for schools which as i said earlier, it's what inner city parents really want. clayton: larry elder, articulate as ever at 6:20 in the morning. [laughter] >> anabolic steroids. [laughter] clayton: i'm just hopped up on nyquil. i have no excuse. [laughter] thanks, larry. ed what happened when a similar group tried to crash the trump event in florida last night? >> [inaudible] clayton: grif jenkins was there. plus, there's something the government isn't telling you
about that russian ship off our coast. general jack keane telling us what the president should do, straight ahead. hi my name is i'm raph. my name is anne. i'm one of the real live attorneys you can talk to through legalzoom. don't let unanswered legal questions hold you up, because we're here, we're here, and we've got your back. legalzoom. legal help is here.
>> time now for a quick check of your headlines, we begin with a fox news alert, and the battle for mosul underway, hundreds of iraqi military vehicles driving isis from the city once and for all. forces say they've already captured two villages south of the city near the airport today. miss, as we wait for the president's new executive order, refugees previously blocked by
president trump's travel ban were living at a transit camp before being sent to the u.s. clayton: well, thousands of protesters take to the streets near the president's rally in florida to trash the trump administration. >> fox news correspondent grif jenkins was there, he joins us from orlando. good morning. >> reporter: hey, what's going on, guys? good morning. you know, it was a return to the campaign trail. it was unbelievable, and it was a massive crowd. there were a few thousand protesters, but what officials said was about 10,000 supporters turning out. we spent time talking to all of them. take a look. you're the first one in line. what time did you get here? >> i got here four a.m., president trump, for you. [laughter] >> reporter: why? >> because i love our president. >> i think he's doing amazing, and i'm disgusted by the way the
media's treating him. but he's a rate tough guy. >> reporter: what would you say to him? >> i would say please be strong. we all support you, we love you, we see all the hard work that you're doing. >> reporter: why are you out here? >> because i love trump. >> reporter: why? >> i just like his choices, and i think he's a great businessman. >> most people go hating on him for no reason. they're not paying attention to what's happening. >> reporter: it feels like the campaign is still going. how do you think the president's doing so far? >> i love it. >> he's keeping every promise that he said on the road. this is our 14thal rhode -- ral. >> this is what america looks like. >> reporter: not everyone here 3w ,000 protesters turning out with signs defending the media and also with messages for the president. what's your name? >> deb. >> reporter: what's your message to president trump? he's speaking in the building
behind you. what do you want him to know? >> i want him to know that florida cares about our environment. illegal, and we have a president who for the first time has shaken the foundation of what's important. >> reporter: this was, of course, president trump's first campaign rally. i don't know whether or not we'll see more, but i'm guessing from the success, drawing the large crowd of supporters, 10,000 that he did, we might see another. and coming up in the next hour, i've got to plug the first guy in line, he's quite the star yesterday, and you guys are going to have him on. can't wait to hear what else you've got to say. clayton: president trump pulled him up on the stage. >> a star was born. pete: all right, first he said the president trump administration was in disarray, but now senator john mccain is taking his criticism further. what's he trying to prove?
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>> i take decisive actions to keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country! [cheers and applause] i've also directed the defense community to develop a plan to totally destroy isis. i have ordered the department of defense to begin plans for the great rebuilding of the united states military. we will pursue peace through strength. and we're going to make sure that our veterans have the care they need when they come home. we love our veterans. [applause] our veterans have been very, very sadly treated. these are our great, great people. we owe them so much. our veterans are going to be taken care of for once and for all. pete: well, speaking of great, great people, here to react is retired four-star general jack
keane. thanks for joining us. what's your takeaway one month in? >> well, i think the host significant thing about president trump -- the most significant thing about president trump so far is he delivers on a promise. the whole month has been one series of announcements and execution of policies that he said he would deliver to the american people. so i think that is very encouraging, because our adversaries are watching this, and they get it. what they see is a strong, decisive leader. and they also are wary of him, to be sure. and i think our allies have got to be reassured that the united states has a strong leader who's reassuring them that he's going to back them. and he's had his secretary of state, secretary of defense doing just that this week with our european allies, and i know he's done the same thing with our middle eastern allies as well, and he's certainly standing up to the iranians, and that sends an unbelievably loud
and clear message. so all good there my perspective. clayton: although there were some setbacks and, of course, the nsa and michael flynn, and there are some otherh9fçór8bó know, other allies look at america, they want to know that the president has his trust add visors around him -- advisers around him, none more important than the national security adviser. these names on our screen, those names, think stick out to you as likely choices here? >> well, i know all four of them, and all of them are certainly qualified. listen, this is the president picking a principal staff adviser that he sees multiple times a day. clayton: right. >> this has got to be his choice, someone that he wants to spend that much time with and also someone that's going to relate to the other people around him. you don't want to bring anybody in that can't function as part of this team. everybody's got a big ego and wears big boy pants when they
walk into the white house, we got that. [laughter] but at the end of the day, you've got to function as a team. abby: great advice. i want to get your thought on senator john mccain, pretty critical of president trump, especially when it comes to his attacks on the media, saying that it is like a dictatorship. take a listen to what he had to say most recently. >> you have to have a free and many times adversarial press, and without it i'm afraid that we would lose so much of our individual liberties over time. that's how dictators get started. abby: general, i know you're a good friend of senator mccain and president trump. these two gentlemen need each other, right? senator mccain is so well respected up on capitol hill. for rump to get so much of -- for trump to get so much of what he wants done, he needs john mccain. what advice do you have for them? >> they've got to bury the hatchet. he's a great man, and he was
absolutely the only loud and clear opposition to barack obama's his guided national policies for the last eight years. and the president has called him a loser, and now he's talking about dictatorship, this is john mccain, and also saying the white house is in disarray and dysfunctional. they both need each other. why? they have the same thing this common. they want to grow this economy using the private secking to have, they want to rebuild the military, and they want a return of american leadership to the world. those are major themes of the president, and john mccain agrees with all of it. so they've got to talk to each other about how to accomplish that and put these other personal attacks aside for the sake of the country. pete: general, like you, i have a great deal of respect for senator mccain as well, but when you're overseas like that, to saudis array, this is the advent of how dictatorships
start, it feels like a shot across the bow early in a new administration that doesn't help raise america's stature in the world. >> well, these things are being said because that's how john mccain feels, and one thing you know about him, he speaks his mind, and the president's very much the same way. abby: right. >> he tells you what he thinks, and they have both said some things about each other that us frustrate each other -- abby: why can't they just get in a room and have a conversation? clayton: and i'm curious too, general, you think that things are going off without a him, and yet -- without a hitch, and you have senator mccain saying he thinks it's in total disarray. where's the disconnect there? >> i think it's more style, frankly. i didn't say everything or is perfect that what the president has done in the last month, but promised. execution may be, you know, learning, experience. that's natural in any new
administration. you can't start on january 20 and expect to do everything right with a brand new team and everybody in a position they've never had before. let's be realistic about it. mediator of the two of them. i want your thoughts on this russian spy ship off the coast of connecticut. a lot of people are really concerned about this, and i've heard you talk about it just the past couple days saying this happens all the time, for people to calm down a little bit. >> yeah. i mean, look, we spy on russia routinely, and they spy on us routinely. usually with submarines off our coast and the same with our submarines off their coast. so a surface be ship is an exception. and i think it's there because putin wants all the media attention. he's getting exactly what he wants. and i think it's -- he loves to humiliate and embarrass the united states. he's a fierce opponent of ours, and he also wants to weaken the transatlantic alliance. there's a big meeting going on in munich, as you mentioned, and
all the nato allies, the united states' representatives are there. secondly, the other thing he wants to detract from is the fact that he's weaponizing his cruise missiles with tactical nuclear weapons in violation of the s.t.a.r.t. treaty in 1987. that is incredibly significant, what he's doing, because we have destroyed all of our tactical nuclear weapons, and supposedly he destroyed all of his, and now he's building new ones. so these are some of the things that putin is doing. he wants that attention on that ship. he's getting all of that attention, and he's still continuing his aggressive behavior. clayton: what should the trump administration do in response? >> number one, strengthen the transatlantic alliance, nato. exactly what vice president pence, secretary of defense and secretary of state have been doing this week. let them know the united states is behind them. their leadership is intimidated by putin, they're weakened to a certain tree after eight years of a leaderless united states
which gives them great concern. it is the undercurrent that's at that munich conferences. is this new administration under president trump truly going to stand behind them. our leaders are trying to give them that reassurance. they need to solidify be our allies in the middle east, and they are doing this. we need sort of like an arab nato to counter the iranians' geopolitical gains they have made over the last eight years and also to stand up the radical islam. those things are beginning to take hold. russia is an ally of iran. they're in bed together. they have a bona fide military alliance. these are the important, critical things. and the last thing is rebuild the military as the president is saying he's going to do. that more than anything will send a loud, unequivocal message to putin the united states is back. abby: general, great advice. good to have you this morning. clayton: thanks, general. >> good talking to you. abby: all right.
it's all happening across the country. organized protesters disrupting republican town halls. new york congressman tom reed is latest victim of this, but as an adamant local newspaper shows, his protesters had some training. he discussed this ad with us on wednesday. take a listen. >> always been kind of an organized protest at times, and i think this is just a higher level of that organization. some of these folks are very passionate on the hard left. abby: huge crowds shouted down the congressman whenever he up server could still face chargeses. house oversight committee chairman jason chaffetzinsisting that bryan pagliano face charges. he helped maintain clinton's repeatedly ignored subpoenas. and be -- and we all though what
happens when you call cnn fake news. >> i don't know, what do you dou think, erin? >> yes. >> are we on? >> it looks like we've lost connection with senator sanders. abby: love that moment. well, it seems the network is still struggling to shake that liberal, and this reporter has had enough. >> what do you think? >> i think this is fake news. this is not, this is not a news story. >> tell me what about it is fake. [laughter] >> do you actually know what the definition of fake news is? >> what we're doing right now. >> there's nothing fake about that. please stop it with that talking point. >> this is a fake news story, in my opinion, because -- >> okay, thank you very much, everyon watching. have a great weekend. good night, all. abby: he won't be invited back. [laughter] a long time before we see him back. pete: what's fake news? what we're doing right now.
[laughter] let's get to the fake weather. >> reporter: it's freezing outside. abby: fake. >> reporter: i'm not wearing a coat. clayton: it was beautiful yesterday. >> reporter: what is it, today, i have no idea, can the 21st? abby: no one's there. >> reporter: february 19th, by the way. it is also 6:35 in the morning, so we'll have to give people a chance to get up. beautiful day. take a look at the maps, show you what's going on. we have spring kind of the eastern half of the country. take a look at the temperatures today, 72 in kansas city, 63 in chicago. tomorrow, 68 in chicago. were going to blow away records again. it's been going on for about the last week, and we have a really warm week on tap across a lot of at least the eastern two-thirds of the country. by thursday cooler, more seasonable air comes n. take a look at this also, pretty much clear skies all across the east. we had some rain yesterday, things looking good, but not out across the west. another system today, guys,
across parts of central and northern california, incredible amounts of heavy rain and more snow will continue. send it back the you inside. clayton: coming up, the left says voter fraud isn't a real problem, but we just found out hundreds of people in one state may have voted when they shouldn't have. pete: plus, one of the biggest sanctuary counties in the country is no longer a safe haven for illegals. is in the beginning of a revolt? we're going to and find out. ♪ constipated? trust #1 doctor recommended dulcolax. use dulcolax tablets for gentle dependable relief. suppositories for relief in minutes. and dulcoease for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax. designed for dependable relief. if time is infinite, why is ta john deere 1 family tractor can give you more time for what you love. because with our quick-attach features, it takes less work to do more work.
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>> perception is that they're following the law. the 1996 law passed by president clinton. not only that, they didn't want to lose $350 million in federal funds every year, so they are between a rock and a hard place from. abby: yeah. and president trump has been tweeting about this saying miami mayor dropped sanctuary policy, right decision. strong. is this potentially the beginning of a revolt we're going to see? >> well, a community, like you said, miami-dade county is the only county in the country where the majority of the people, more than 50% of the people that live
here, are foreign born. so you imagine how people feel. it's gut-wrenching, but the reality is that it's a very -- i think we should be very clear of what happened here on friday. what the mayor is saying is that he's going to -- anybody that is an illegal and lands in jail is subject to deportation. if you don't go to jail, nothing happens with you. he's not going to deputize the local police into immigration agents. that's not going to happen. but nonetheless, if you fall, if you go to jail, even if you're not convicted and for any type of crime you're subject to deportation, and that's a game-changer. clayton: very much so. pete: we also want to get your thought, donald trump was down in florida yesterday giving a campaign-style speech, but also vised some folks -- surprised some folks by bringing melania up to say the lord's player, which a lot of us thought was
fantastic. but some, as they always do, take that and say, well, is this a violation of church and state and should she be doing that. what was your take on melania last night? >> i am a born again christian, and the bible says if you proclaim me in public, i'm going to reward you in private. so i think maybe she read that part of the bible, and that's exactly why she sid did it. besides, she spoke her faith, so bravo. abby: great to have you here this morning. pete: we appreciate your time. clayton: all right. tensions running high at the epa, employees having anxiety attacks fearing president trump repeal their precious be regulations. our next guest is proof that he should. abby: and the star of last night's show is going to be here live. >> when president trump joined
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♪ ♪ pete: president donald trump vowing to drain the swamp. our next guest nearly lost everything due to government regulations over a birthday party. and now that scott pruitt has been confirmed at epa, she says the first place the president needs to overhaul is that very environmental protection agency. martha bonetta was fined $2 million for that property -- for that party on her own property. long story short on your story, the epa came down on you and
your property for a birthday party. what did it do to you? >> an environmental group working hand in hand with the localities overreached, overregulated and shut down our farm when we were in full-on harvest. it's battle i've been fighting for about a decade now, and i'm still in litigation, but i'm very excited as are countless americans all across the country about scott pruitt. he's going to be a breath of fresh air to the epa. pete: so onerous regulations, inspections, small violations, things that small businesses across the country deal with. a lot of people think about the dakota access pipeline or keystone xl, but speak to what the small landowners or farmers or small businessmen have been dealing with from the epa that you're hoping scott pruitt can change. >> oh, absolutely. the regulations, the miles and miles and miles of red tape and overregulation are crushing to small family farmers and hard working americans all across our country. one of the first things i'm
hopeful that scott pruitt will do is to get away, do away with rollback waters of the u.s., wotus has been a problem all across our nation. basically, it gives epa power and authority over every pond, stream and mud puddle all across our country. it's a great burden to family farmers and hard working americans all over the country that have to deal with these overly burdensome be regulations which, by the way, congress never approved. pete: sure. it's the vast bureaucracy that finds its way to expand any way they can, and they use puddles to do so, as you referred to, on waterways. >> absolutely. and another place would be the clean power plant. pete: sure. >> if we don't roll back those regulations, hard working americans all across our country are going to experience increased energy prices. and, again, there's another example of where congress never approved that. th president martha, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you so much. thank you. pete: all right.
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[cheers and applause] >> when president trump during the election promised all these things that he was going to do for us -- >> he needs to integrate our beliefs and our thoughts -- >> -- i knew he was going to do this for us. [cheers and applause] >> a star is born. >> usa! usa! >> you want a government that keeps its promises. you're going to be proud again. we will make america great again, greater than ever before! hay god bless you, and may god bless the united states of america! ♪ ♪ i'm proud to say that we're american -- abby: beautiful morning here in
new york city, it's going to be about 60 degrees today. unbelievable. clayton: flooding because of it. abby: yeah. beautiful. and we're coming off as we showed you a big night last night, president trump back in campaign mode as "the new york post" has up this morning. clayton: kicking off his 2020 re-election campaign, it looked like. you saw the signs behind him, over his shoulder there when he was speaking, blacks for trump, 2020, it looked like a campaign speech. pete: it did. it felt like 2016. it feels like a campaign rally as he speaks directly to the people which is exactly what he wants to do, unfiltered, straight to the folk bees. clayton: he kicked it off by rattling what he sees as his rattling what he sees as his . abby: he seemed very comfortable, but it was very much a nationalistic vision that he had, america first. stronger borders, we're going to
have a stronger economy, we're already seeing that. and you know what i would say for the rest of the world watching? when america is stronger, the world is stronger. the world is better for that, i think that was a big message last night, and the crowd went wild over attacking the media, for one, and also clamping down hard on islamic extremist. pete: yeah, but you laid out what he's accomplished, and this is what he had to say. >> the white house is running so smoothly. we inherited one big mess. jobs are already starletting to our back -- starting to pour back in. ford, general motors, fiat chrysler are bringing this and bringing back thousands of jobs. they're not leaving. look at what's happening to the stock market. look at what's happening to every poll when it comes to optimism in our country. we are going to be submitting in a couple of weeks a great health care plan that's going to take the place be of the disaster known as obamacare.
[cheers and applause] i refuse to fly in a $4.2 billion airplane. i got the generals in who are fantastic. i got boeing in. we have it running beautifully. we've directed the creation of a task force for reducing violent crime in america. i've nominated a fantastic justice to replace the late great justice scalia. i've ordered the construction of a great board beer wall. -- border wall. i've taken decisive action to keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country! [cheers and applause] clayton: tired of the filter of the mainstream media in washington, he said he thought the financial press was the most dishonest media this he got to washington and thought that the political press was even more dishonest, so this is a return for him to the campaign trail, again, to talk to the people who got him elected and to affirm in those first few weeks the things
that he sees as accomplishments. pete: exactly. so after eight years of the fundamental transformation of ram that, honestly ask yourself who's accomplished more in the first month of their presidency, reorienting the direction of the company and saying, no, we're going to have borders, rebuild our military, fix v.a., we're going to bring jobs back, strip away regulations. predictably, to your point, clayton, the failing new york times this morning has articles about trump, both negative. they would never do a review and say here's what he's accomplished. you're not going to hear it unless -- abby: but you know what he does better than almost anybody? he makes the little guy feel important. he makes them feel like -- pete: the forgotten man. abby: he invited a very special person up on stage last night. it was probably the best moment of the night. watch this. >> and i saw in this man on television just now. you. i just saw him on television. he said, i love trump. let trump do what he has to do. that's my guy, right there.
[cheers and applause] come here. come here. that's okay, let him up. let him up. i'm not worried about him. i'm only worried he's going to give me a kiss, i'm not worried about thinking else. clayton: that man is gene huber. he was pulled up on stage over the barricade, and he's joining us live right now. you've become a star overnight, gene, and i know you probably lost your voice from all the talking and shouting you had to do -- >> good morning. i did lose hi voice a little bit. i apologize for that. pete: in service of your country. so you're first in line, did you know this was going to happen, and how surprise were you when he points you out is and says that's my guy, bring him up here. >> it's a dream come true. i've been supporting president trump for over two years now, and my goal was to be first on line, but i had no clue he was going to point to me and say, get on up here. [laughter] clayton: you were there at tour in the morning.
i understand you were almost, like, sort of camped out. first in line. i think our own griff jenkins interviewed you. donald trump saw that on television -- abby: from the airplane. clayton: that's my guy. you got there, why so early? >> because i wanted to make sure i was number one. that was the reason. abby: well, you were, gene, you were number one, and you were really the star of the night. tell us about you. gene, what do you do, and what is it about president trump and during the campaign that was so attractive to you? >> when president trump talks, i'm glued to that tv. he has common sense, he's smart, and he knows what he's doing. look at what, look at what he's created, a billionaire. he's smart, and this is what we need in our country. he speaks the truth from the heart, and that's the most important thing that really grabs my attention with him. clayton: speaking of grabbing -- >> yeah. but each day of the two years,
it just grew on me every single day, the love that i have for our president. abby: and now it's bigger than ever. [laughter] clayton: and speaking of grabbing, we know off camera when the president was calling you, there's this thing called the secret service, and they're probably not listening to the president. they've got an earpiece in their ear, and they're listening to the other secret service agents, probably not listening to the speech necessarily, making sure everyone's safe. all of a sudden the secret service sees somebody climbing over the barricade because the president asks you to climb over the barricade. take us to that moment. what happened with the secret service? >> like i said, he says -- you're a healthy guy, jump over that fence. i said, sure. [laughter] next thing i notice, i get pretty much tackled, grabbed, and i'm getting forced out of the building, and i'm like, the president wants the talk to me. [laughter] abby: and then you made it up. gene, did you even sleep last night? you must have been so excited about the whole thing. >> i slept for maybe an hour and
a half, two hours tops. but, you know, this is what president trump does to us. you know, that excitement, that love x that's what it's really all about. the people, our movement, you know? and it's just incredible. finishth president what have your -- pete: what have your family and friends and colleagues said about this? >> they just can't believe it, news they know -- because a they know i'm one of the biggest supporters of donald trump. they know how much i care and respect this man. and, but my parentses were watching the rally just like normal, and all of a sudden their son pops up. clayton: unbelievable. abby: i can't even imagine. we're hearing the response because be you were there in person, you got to speak on stage with the president, but you read some of the headlines including "the new york times" who don't have the same reaction to the rally last night. what do you make of the media's
coverage of his presidency so far and how he has gone right after them? >> that's what we need. you saw that press conference a couple days ago. there's no more games, folks. of there's no more games. and this is the way it has to be. and i just want to let everyone know this as well, i'm hearing from the left that this was planted, that president trump made in the to happen on purpose, like we set this up. , no it didn't. it did not happen. because on my facebook, you see 90% of it's all president trump. so they think we're, like, friends. clayton: right. abby: well, i think your speech was so good -- clayton: and then the secret service tackles you. if they had it planned, that wouldn't have happened. >> right. clayton: gene, i'm sure you got no sleep, and thank you so much for waking up early. go get some lemon tea for your voice. >> exactly. it was my pleasure. can i just say something real quick?
clayton: sure. >> president trump, i want to thank you so much for that opportunity that you did for me. that just shows us, we the people and our movement that you care about us. the american people. thank you, sir. abby: that's great, gene. i'm sure he's watching this morning. thanks for being here. >> your very welcome, thank you so much. clayton: go to our, the f weekend facebook page in this thread and tell us what you think about that moment. pete: and what would you have said if you were handed the podium? abby: he did really well, that's why a lot of people might have thought it was planned. pete: he owned it. clayton: i'd like to lead you in song. abby: exactly. [laughter] all right. some other headlines this morning starting with this one, homeland security secretary john kelly signing new immigration guidelines giving federal authorities more power to detain and e deport illegal immigrants. kelly detailing his agenda including plans to hire thousands of new border or
agents speeding up deportation hearings and use local law enforcement to make arrests. the guidelines come as president trump continues to crack down on illegal immigration. and president trump taking no time off this presidents day weekend with, today he's interviewing four candidates to be his next national security adviser following general michael flynn's departure. on that list, acting national security adviser keith kellogg, army strategist h.r. mcmaster and lieutenant general robert caslin. and now we're learning one big name may be out of the running, reports say former cia director david petraeus has been taken out of consideration. and a day without immigrants' protests turning into a life without jobs for many participants. immigrants walking out on their jobs in protest slowing our closing businesses across the country only to return to work on friday to have their bosses tell them to take a hike.
at least 50 employeeses were fired in the right to work states of oklahoma, tennessee, south carolina and north carolina alone. pete: turns out you've got to show up for work. abby: apparently, that's important. [laughter] pete: clayton played sick. clayton: that's right. abby: he still comes. clayton: president trump says the media is the enemy of the american people, and our next guest says he's right. steve hilton live in moments. pete: and remember the democrat who said this to his own party -- >> the reality is we did not author a positive message to anyone that i'm related to. what we did is we said how offensive. pete: find out why that sensible voice just dropped out of the running for dnc chair. ♪ ♪ you totaled your brand new car. nobody's hurt,
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♪ >> when the media lies to people, i will never, ever let them get away with it. i will do whatever i can that they don't get away with it. [cheers and applause] they have their own agenda, and their agenda is not your agenda. abby: well, that was president trump doubling down on his criticism of the press the day after he tweeted the mainstream media was the enemy of the american people. pete: so does the president have a point? we turn to steve hilton, former director of strategy for british prime minister david cameron and a fox news contributor. steve, thank you very much for joining us this morning. elsewhere in that speech and in interviews, the president has said, listen, i see the information, i see what's going on, and i see the news, and it looks like fake news, and that's
an enemy to the people and to our republic. what do you say about his all-out assault this a press conference, in a tweet and at a rally about the press? >> i think he's exactly right about this because what you're seeing from the media ismethingy beyond their actual job which is very important for a democracy, which is to hold those in power to account. they're going way beyond that. they're actively trying to undermine the elected president. you see it now in the way that the media are openly speculating about whether president trump will last a full term. now, what they mean by that is that they are trying to make sure he doesn't. now, that is anti-democratic, and it's profoundly wrong. clayton: john mccain in munich yesterday and then on "heat the press"ed is -- meet the press asked about the president's attacks on the press, and senator mccain saying we these this adversarial press. take a listen. >> if you want to preserve democracy as we know it, you
have to have a free, and many times adversarial, press. and without it, i'm afraid that we would lose so much of our individual liberties over time. that's how dictators get started. clayton: so is that a bridge too far? but does he also on the one hand have a point? after all, "the washington post" reporting of general michael flynn lying to the vice president, that's what got him fired, the president firing him because he lied to the vice president, and we only learned about it through "the washington post." >> yeah, every word that john mccain said there is correct. we do need an adversarial press, that's part of politics. everyone understands that. but this has gone way beyond that. when you have a publication like "the new york times," for example, that has an editorial policy of never writing anything positive about president trump, that's not just adversarial, that is actively campaigning to overturn an election result. you could say that that also is a threat to democracy. so i think the, those who
respond in this way to trump are actually really doing the exact thing that they accuse him of, which is undermining the traditions and norms of democracy. abby: what about that line, he tweeted it that the media is not my enemy, it's actually an enemy of the american people. a lot of people are are suggesting that goes too far. what are your thoughts on that exact line? >> to be honest, i think he did a great job in that press conference hitting back at the media and made the point effectively. the other thing is when he's on stage like that, as he was in the white house with the press, he's actually really entertaining and put these arguments in a pretty charming way. he's got a great sense of humor, and i thought that worked really well. to be honest, i think, that was enough. think about this, the best revenge that donald trump could have against these media attacks is to win, is for the republicans to win in 2018 and for him to get reelected. now, the best way to make sure that happens is for him to really do what he was elected to do which is to bring change particularly on the economy.
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♪ ♪ abby: we're back. governor christie goes to washington, the new jersey governor reportedly telling friends and family that he's taking a role with the trump administration and will answer only to the president. it's still unclear what role he will have. the white house has not yet confirmed that. i know, interesting. and bono meets vice president mike pence and sings his praises. the u2 singer meeting the vice president in germany during a security conference. bono sharing his appreciation of the vp for aids legislation that pence supported years ago.
i like that picture of the two of them together. pete: well, president trump blasting a federal judge's order against him at last night's rally. >> we'll be doing something over the next couple of days. we don't give up, we never give up. we've allowed thousands and thousands of people into our country, and there was no way to vet those people. there was no documentation, there was no nothing. so we're going to keep our country safe. clayton: so the white house is planning to unveil a new executive order this week, but will it hold up in court, or will we have a repeat? pete: let's ask defense attorney alan dershowitz, a harvard law school e emeritus and lifelong democrat. appreciate your time. you've looked at this closely. how is he going to approach this issue of writing an executive order that passes muster and executes what he wants to get done? >> well, there are two ways. there's the easy fix, and that
is don't alie it to green card holders and people who have legitimate visas studying at universities, etc. 9 that's easy, and that doesn't compromise in any way with our security. the harder fix would be to get rid of the list of seven countries. for example, appoint a commission of experts to advise him, and every month they would give him a list of those regions and areas -- they don't have to be countries -- regions and areas which pose the greatest immediate risk, and then he can impose delays or restrictions. that would get rid of the claim that this is an establishment of religion. the other option is he can fight, he can take this to the united states supreme court, and i think he would win a arable victory, but untiles -- a partial victory, but it would take him months to win. so i think he's probably going to do both. he's going to try to introduce a new order, and at the same time
he may fight the old order. clayton: is it smart to go after the courts like this? >> no, it's not. in the end, the courts ultimately have the last word. we're the only country in the world where the judiciary is a co-equal branch of the government. that's a hard thing for a president to understand. so, you know, he lost last time with two republican appointees, conservatives voting against him. he ought to be more respectful to the courts. he can be critical of specific opinions, but he shouldn't use terms like so-called judge. abby: how important is it for him to communicate exactly what this executive order is not just to his administration and the state department and dhs, but to the american people so everyone understands who is in, who's out and how we're going to process this? because it seemed like that was a challenge last time. >> right. clarity is absolutely essential. you don't want people at the airport not knowing what their status is. so he has two things he has to do. first, he has to change the minds of americans that he's not imposing a muslim ban, that he's
imposing an islamic terrorist ban. that's a legitimate thing to do. and second, the order has to be crystal clear. everybody knows who's in, who's out. and then i think he's still going to be challenged in the courts. your going to find -- you're going to find states that are going to challenge him. states can now sue on behalf of people outside of the country. there are going to be challenges. the question is, is he going to win in court, and i think he can frame an order in which he will win, and it will be a win/win for everybody. abby: that's what he's wanting. professor, good to have you here to break it all down. pete: john mccain, excuse me, says the president's attack on the press are a sure signs of a dictator. chris wallace here to weigh in on the growing war of words between those two next. abby: and remember the democrat who said this to his own party? >> reality is we did not offer a positive message to anyone that i'm relate ared to.
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>> we are not going to let the fake news tell us what to do, how to live or what to believe. we are free and independent people, and we will make our own choices. pete: that was donald trump last night in florida, and this morning we are thankful to be joined by the anchor of fox news sunday, chris wallace. good morning. >> hey, guys. pete: i'm sure you saw the speech, i know you did. last height the president continue -- last height the president continued his blistering attack, but he head some historical references. >> thomas jefferson, andrew jackson and abraham lincoln and many of our greatest presidents fought with the media and called them out, often times on their lies. pete: crest, we did some research, lincoln said newspapers lie, and then they rely. are we putting too much p into
the fact that he's going after the press that's clearly going after him? >> well, i didn't know you were going to say this, but, in fact, i have a historical reference here from thomas jefferson who -- abby: of course you do, chris. >> i really didn't know you were going to say this, said this, were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, i should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter. yes, presidents have always had and politicians have always had problems with the press. they want good press. the press doesn't always give it to them. but what jefferson was saying there is despite all off our dispute, that to the functioning of a tree and -- free and fair democracy, you must have an independent rest. donald trump said, look, we're big boys, we criticize presidents, they want to criticize us back, that's fine, but when he said that the fake news media is not my enemy, it's the enemy of the american
people, i believe that crosses an important line. abby: well, you know, one of those people up in arms about this is senator john mccain who's overseas at the moment and says the president's attacks are the sign of a dictatorship. here's what he said. >> if you want to preserve democracy as we know it, you have of to have a free and many times adversarial press. and without it, i'm afraid that we would lose so much of our individual liberties over time. that's how dictators get started. the first thing that dictators do is shut down the press. and i'm not saying that that's, that president trump is trying to be a dictator. i'm just saying we these to learn the lessons of history. abby: chris, what do you make of those remarks and also the battle that is brewing between with president trump and john mccain? because as you know, these two need each other. >> wedgier i would say in terms of what john mccain said there particularly with the clarification, but trying to hut
down an independent and fair freed ma or free media, not necessarily even fair. part of what the founders said is it can be unfair, but the idea is in the wash of all of the media coming out with all of their reports, it's a check on power. and he was saying that in state, in dictatorships this is state-run media, and there's no opportunity for a free, independent press. so i think he's exactly right there. as far as trump and mccain, it's absolutely going to be a continuing soap opera, saga in this administration. sharp differences between the two, especially when it comes to foreign policy and especially when it comes to russia. clayton: reince rebus on your show this morning -- priebus on your show this morning, has said some critical things about the press. what are you going to be talking about with him today? >> i'm going to be talking about the press and the relationship. [laughter] this is an important time, frankly, for the press to strike back. we are not included in the list of deplorables, if you will,
that donald trump said, but we were singled out by barack obama, and i don't think it matters whether it's the president singling out the o that you represent or -- the organization that you represent or the other organizations, it's wrong. we can take criticism, but to say that we're the enemy of the american people, i think, is really crosses an important line. in addition, rush limbaugh, can't wait to get him involved in this conversation. pete: he'll certainly have comments. you talk about the free and independent press, but i think president trump would say i'm taking on a press that tells you they're unbiased, but actually the new york time has a massive bias, and we're supposed to pretend like that's the mainstream media, that's the paper of record. you know, when our founders were there, there were part stand press be -- partisan press, and they were open about it. he's saying they tell you they're unbiased, but i know they're biased. is there something there? it's not about the independent press, it's about the bias of the press. >> i think there's absolutely something there, pete. and if he had said that, you
wouldn't have herald a peep out of me -- heard a peep out of me. lord knows barack obama criticized fox news, donald trump wants to criticize "the new york times," that's fine. but it's different from saying we are the enemy of the american people. that's a different thing. and be i know that there are a lot of listeners who are going to reflexively take donald trump's side on this. it's a different thing when a president -- because if it's a president you like who talks about trying, the press being the enemy of the people, then it's going to be a president you don't like saying the same thing, and it's very dangerous. abby: we look forward to your show, chris, it's going to be a good one. clayton: thanks, chris. abby: it's all happening across the country, organized protesters disrupting republican town halls. new york congressman tom reeled is the latest victim, as an ad in a local newspaper shows, his protesters have some training. he discussed this ad with us on wednesday. take a listen. >> it's been kind of an organized protest at times, and i think this is just a higher level of that organization, and some of these folks are just very passionate on the hard
left. abby: huge crowds of protesters shouting down the congressman whenever he tries to speak, rarely letting him get in a word edging wise. and the democrat who told his own party to grow up no longer wants to lead the dnc. >> the reality is we did not offer a positive message to anyone that i'm related to. what we did is we said how offensive. grow up. abby: new hampshire democratic chairman raymond buckley dropping out of the race for dnc chair over a lack of support. he's now endorsing minnesota congressman keith ellison. pete: oh, great. abby: yeah. this raccoon takes dumpster diving to a whole new level, hitching a ride on the back of a garbage truck. [laughter] the rodent playing it cool as he took a trip at a dump near d.c.. when a driver spotted and snapped this picture, the driver then alerting the garbageman who pulled over, capturing the raccoon with help from police
and then releasing it in the park. clayton: marty mcfly happening on the back with a skateboard. [laughter] rick reichmuth standing by. >> reporter: hey, i have some friends who found a baby raccoon and started to raise it. abby: how'd that go, rick? >> reporter: it went really well for about a month. [laughter] it was not in new york city. not a good idea, ultimately. let's show you what's going on. we have spring and we have rain and snow out across the west, more rain moving into central california, san francisco, into the valleys and up towards the mountains, another massive storm coming in today and tomorrow. get ready. as cross the east, just spring basically. 68 degrees this atlantic city, 45 all the way towards northern vermont, down across the southeast a beautiful day, tons of sunshine. 82 in scrappingson, there will be -- jackson, there will be storms across parts of central texas, and get ready for a stormy few days across east texas, into louisiana by tomorrow. northern plain, we're going to
break all kinds of records today, 65 in sioux falls, south dakota, on february 19th. and then as we're saying out across the west, that's where all the weather continue to be. abby: reminding myself it's february. >> reporter: exactly. abby: thank you, rick. pete: thanks, rick. coming up, liberals horrified that first lady melania trump did this at her husband's rally -- >> our father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. pete: public prayer has a long tradition in our country, but heaven forbid we upset the left. clayton: and we're about to blind you with science. rick is making clouds in a bottle. we have some other experiments up our sleeve straight ahead. abby: excited, you? clayton: i love clouds in a bottle. [laughter] ♪ ♪ [car engine failing to start]
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>> let us pray. our father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. thigh kingdom come -- thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is this heaven. give us that day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. for thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever, amen. clayton: you heard the crowd there respond being and reading along with her the lord's prayer. that was melania trump, the first lady, at the rally in melbourne, florida. but, boy, did she take some heat
immediately online from people -- pete: she didn't take any heat at the rally, they loved it. she came out and gave a speech that was succinct and strong -- abby: and we haven't heard from her very much, she comes out this looking beautiful, gave the lord's prayer, and it was really a nice moment. since when did we turn into some creepy christian nation? clayton: here's another one, melania opens with the lord's prayer, which is amazing because it took her all week to learn it. abby: yeah. of this was from chris saying melania had to read the lord's prayer off of a piece of paper. how very christian of her. eye roll emojis. shouldn't it be as easy as one, two, three? it's actually kind of heartbreaking to read those. pete: imagine if michelle obama had given the first prayer, and that's how people responded? it would have been, i think, a bit of a different reaction. abby: i bet a lot of these
people tweeting are in favor of immigrants, everyone needs to come over the borders. melania is someone that really represents coming to this country and doing it right, and now she's out there serving and doing it well. clayton: so that gets lost because she gave a really nice speech talking about how the insults that are hurled at me, it doesn't really matter, i'm going to stay true to myself and help the children of this country. listen to what she had to say. >> i will always stay true to myself and be truthful to you no heart what the opposition -- no matter what the opposition is saying about me. [cheers and applause] i will act in the best interests of all of you. i'm committed to creating and supporting initiatives dear to my heart which will have impacts on women and children all around world. pete: and the best part about it, she's not going to mess with your school lunch.
abby: you had to get that in. [laughter] pete: she's said what she wants to make a priority, she's going to stand by her husband, and to get up there ask say that prayer knowing she'll be criticizes, it's wonderful to see. abby: she'll -- i loved what she said, clayton, i'm going to be true to who i am. clayton: well, it runs in the family. go to our facebook page, we've got an interesting debate unfolding this morning. abby: yeah, come join us. clayton: ff weekend is our facebook page. coming up this morning, stuart varney's going to be here, ed henry will be here, congressman louie gohmert, judge alex farrar farrar -- pete: who won't be here? clayton: dana perino. [laughter] abby: and her dog. it may feel like spring in new york this morning, but rick is going to make it snow outside. we are taking science to the extreme. we are doing everything this morning on foxing and friends. you're going to want to stick
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clayton: well, he was the first to go viral with the soda and men toss eruption on youtube, remember this? now his online demos have more than 200 million views. >> reporter: that was you? oh, my gosh. he may have to have a mission to make science fun for kids, but today he is making it fun for us. steve spengler joins us now. what brings you to new york? >> toy fair.
every february for the last 20 some years, a group of teachers and i got together, started creating things that would make science fun for kids and turned it into making it fun for parents who wanted to make it fun for their kids at home. because it's a s.t.e.m. thing right now. clayton: exactly. easy to do at home. everyone has some eggs, so teach me how we're going to do this egg drop science project. >> okay. here's what we're going to do. i need the egg will go into the glass. clayton: okay. >> here, pick an egg, i don't care. that's the one i would have picked. that's perfect. [laughter] let you drop that in -- that's totally cheating. are you kidding me? so the panel goes here, the egg's going to go here -- the pam goes here. but the egg's going to fall. you've got kids, right? you got it? so this goes here, and it goes on top. now here's what you're going to do, right-handed or to left-handed? clayton: right-handed.
>> you're going to hit the man, not knocking over the glass. bam, gravity will take it in. >> reporter: this has disaster written all over it. >> ready, three, two, one, hit it. >> holy cow! look at you. >> did you see that? clayton: i didn't know i had it this me. [laughter] >> i've never had somebody -- let's do it this way. i've never had anybody who could do three at once. here's your one, two, and here's your third one here. now watch, this guy's on top. >> oh, boy. now you're getting serious. >> i'm feeling really, really good, because you're going tot . [laughter] clayton: are you ready, buddy? >> this is going to be good. here's our three, okay? pay attention. here we go. straight in, ready? you're going to knock it out, three, two, one, hit it. >> oh! that was awesome.
>> reporter: i am impressed with you. clayton: now it's rick's turn. what have you got for rick? >> we're talking futuristic fuel. inside the balloon is a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen. that doesn't sound bad, right? water, two parts hydrogen. now, you are going to put your hands down in the soapy water. >> reporter: about time. [laughter] okay, finally. >> and now, it's not a big deal, but just put these on, don't worry about it. so take your hands out. so i'm going to do the bubbles here like this, and then you're going to scoop up as many bubbles as you can, and then i'm going to -- >> reporter: why are my ears covered? don't worry about it, it's fine. everybody's got insurance. here we go, you ready? i'm going to bubble. wait, wait, wait. wait for it, wait for it. okay, scoop up as much as you can. nice job. cover your ears, watch this.
clayton: oh! >> is that crazy or what? [laughter] that's the power of fuel. that was i awesome, wasn't it? >> oh, my god, i don't like you anymore. >> let's do it again. >> reporter: no! get in there. oh, my gosh. >> it doesn't hurt your hands. that's the power of hydrogen and oxygen. scoop it up. hold on, ready. here we go, watch with. isn't that great? >> reporter: are you a masochist? >> so i'm going to probably go to jail now, but for the next segment, you can take my toys and play with them. [laughter] >> reporter: all of new york city just woke up early -- clayton: i can't hear you at all. >> i truly am going to get kids to have a career this science. i've got to catch them first. clayton: teach them how to get ringing in their ears. what? hello. >> reporter: steve, you're going to be back later on.
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>> i want to be among my friends and among the people. i also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news. we will continue to win, win, win. that's my guy right there. [cheers and applause] clayton: this guy -- say a couple of words to this crowd. >> when president trump, during the election, promised all these things that he was gonna do for us.
>> he needs to integrate our beliefs and our thoughts. >> i knew he was gonna do this for us. >> a star is born . [crowd chanting usa] >> you want a government that keeps its promises. you're gonna be proud again. we will make america great again greater than ever before. may god bless you, and may god bless the united states of america. ♪ how do you like me now? abby: happy sunday, everybody. it's beautiful here in new york city. >> it was beautiful outside, you know, and here's a live look outside this morning, outside of fox news studios, because rick rice is still trying to explain to police what happened with that lookout explosion. >> police right now abby: it sounded like gunshots. >> we were doing a police report
report. we also have -- pete: when clayton does science the cops show up. we'll have more clips later on clayton: is everything okay with the cops? >> everything is fine. they heard the bomb, sounded like a bomb, and they came over to see what was going on, but nobody was running so everybody thought it was okay. they thought it was a legitimate something going on here. not a good thing abby: thanks for clearing that up for us, rick. >> scientist with bubbles abby: everyone this morning is of course talking about that rally that we just played last night with president trump bang in campaign mode making it clear that he has followed through and is working on many of the promises that he made throughout the campaign pete: you saw the energy from him, feel that energy from the crowd, it was funded by and part of their campaign, but it felt like 2016. it is 2017 abby: unbuttoned shirt, pete. pete: unbuttoned shirt, cashe,
this is what i said i'm gonna do this is what i've done and the mainstream media won't report it so i gotta tell you about it. these are the promises kept that donald trump laid out last nigh. >> the white house is running so smoothly. we incorporated one big mess. jobs are already starting to pour back in ford, general motors, fiat-chrysler, bringing in and bringing back thousands of jobs. they're not leaving. look at what's happening to the stock market. look at what's happening to every poll when it comes to optimism in our country we are going to be submitting in a couple of weeks a great health care plan that's going to take the place of the disaster known as obamacare. i refuse to fly in a $4.2 billion airplane. i got the generals in who are fantastic. i got boeing in. we have it running beautifully. we've directed the creation of a
task force for reducing violent crime in america. i've nominated a fact justice to replace the late great justice scalia. i've ordered the construction of a great border call. i've taken dive action to keep radical islamic terrorists of hell out of our -- i've taken dive clayton: we spoke to alan derby on the show a short time ago. he said it needs to be smarter, tighter, remove the green card caveat from the executive order. again coming down there to melbourne, being able to talk about the things that he thinks are his accomplishments during the first few weeks very important for him clayton: he's saying the executive order that will be announced this week, anyone will be able to understand it, it will be very clear.
the big picture here, this was about the american people, so many eyeballs on this but he made it clear i'm in this for you, and he kept going back to the media saying that they are the ones that are not on your side. actually let's play that part. >> i also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news, the dishonest media which has published one false story after another with no sources, even though they pretend they have them, they make 'em up in many cases, they become a big part of the problem. they are part of the corrupt system. when the media lies to people, i will never, ever let them get away with it. i will do whatever i can that they don't get away with it. >> you know, that is the full use of the bully pulpit.
that is the president saying i'm the president of the united states, i can go down to florida i can own an hour of media time, the press can't stop it, they can say whatever they want with fake news and the failing new york times will print whatever they want and it's never fair, so i'm gonna call 'em out, i'm gonna tell 'em what i'm doing, and the american people are gonna see right through the rise of all the ruse they've been getting for the last month and they've been getting for the last eight years. that's his power at the moment abby: we've asked our viewers what do you think is going on with president trump going after the media and emails and responses have been pouring in. keep them coming in. we love this conversation. carolyn was one of them. she said the press is over the top critical and at least our president no choice but to trying to defend himself. far more lies are reported now than they were for bush. >> michael emailed in: it is important to have a free press but if the press is not honest, are they being independent? my grandmother told me a person without personal integrity is not your friend. >> that is a perfect note. it's exactly right. no one's saying we shouldn't have a free and independent press.
that's what free societies require. but when you say you're not biased and you are, anyone has the right to call that out. >> last night rick jenkins was there early ahead of of this event. he interviewed gene huber, who was the first person in line at four in the morning at his rally in florida. president trump watched that on television earlier in the afternoon before he arrived in melbourne, florida, and he pointed him out in the audience and said, "that's my guy," and he called him up on stage, he ended up doing a little bit of a speech there behind the podium abby: he made it over the fence, the president said jump over the fence, you look like a fit guy and the secret service tackled him because their main job is to make sure that the president was safe and they weren't sure what's going on. the president said, no, no, let him up there. and he gets up there, and you could see in that video, i mean, he was so excited, and he gave this great speech about why he supported trump. we had him on this morning last hour. he didn't have a voice. he'd lost it from being so
excited last night. he didn't really sleep last night. here's what he said that he wanted his message to be and how excited he was to be put on stage last night. >> he says, you're a healthy guy jump over that fence. i said, oh! next thing i did, next thing i notice i get pretty much tackled grabbed, and i'm getting forced out of the building. and i'm like, the president wants to talk to me! i'm hearing from the left that this was planted, that president trump made this to happen on purpose, like we set this up. no, it didn't. it did not happen, because in my facebook you see 90% of it's all president trump. so they think like we're like friends. president trump, i want to thank you so much for that opportunity that you did for me. that just shows us we, the people in our movement that you care about us, the american people. thank you, sir.
>> he may have lost his physical voice but i feel like he feels like the forgotten man has his voice abby: it's almost like he was sort of breaking down, it meant that much to him last night. >> he turns over to the podium and he says a few words of remarks and the president steps back and lets him some people. >> has that ever happened in presidential history, the campaign for the presidency, here you go, take the podium? so unscripted and straightforward. abby: everyone knows who gene huber is this morning. >> i'm sure the president and the secret service have had a conversation since that point. >> mr. president, if we're gonna do this in the future -- i'm reminded of "the american president," the movie where he wants to hop out and buy flowers flowers. there's no hopping out, sir, to get flowers. "wayne's world" remember mr. big is the in limousine, they go to to the basically, president trump is in the plane sees my guy and says that's my guy there abby: he knew he could do this, he brought him on stage and said
you can take this away and he did. starting with some bad hombres that need to be aware. general kelly signing new immigration guidelines giving federal authorities more power to deign illegal immigrants. plans on it hire thousands of new border agents, speeding up deportation hearings and using local law enforcement to make arrests. the guidelines come as president trump continues to crack down on illegal immigration. >> president trump taking no time off this presidents day weekday. today he's interviewing four candidates to be his next national security adviser following general michael flynn flynn's departure. on the list today acting retired general keith elkon, joon bolton army strategist h. r. mcmaster and west putin superintendent lieutenant general robert caslin caslin. now we're learning one big name may be out of the running. reports today say former c.i.a. director david petraeus has been
taken out of consideration for that job. that a day without immigrants protests turning into a life without jobs for many participants, immigrants walking out on their jobs in protest on thursday slowing are closing businesses across the country only to return to work on friday to have their bosses tell them to take a hike. at least 50 employees were fired in the "right-to-work" states of oklahoma, tennessee, south carolina, and north carolina alone. i guess you gotta show up for work. >> generally speaking. what happened when protests try to crash the president's rally in florida. >> [chanting] >> doesn't look like a protester but there were protesters there we're told. and rick jenkins was there. he joins us live ahead with a scoop on that. >> and you thought the dow jones hitting 20,000 was impressive? it could hit 30,000 by the end of president trump's first term. stuart varney is gonna tell us how that's gonna happen next. abby: come in, stewart. ♪ money, money, money, money
>> every day for the last long period of days the stock market, meaning companies, have been hitting new highs. they're gonna start hiring. it's gonna be a new day in america. you're gonna be proud again. >> well, he's not kidding. the dow closed at a record high again and some now investors say the dow could hit 30,000 in president trump's first term. >> here the perfect man to tell us about this is stuart varney. we know you're not predicting that abby: to be clear. >> i am not predicting 30,000 on the dow industrials.
look, there are some people saying yes, we could hit 30,000 on the dow industrials. we're at 20,000 now. you could hit 30,000 at the end of president trump's first term if he gets his entire legislative schedule through. tax cuts, deregulation. you gotta get all of that. if the economy expands at 4% a year, if corporate profits keep on going on the way they're going now. >> a lot of if's. >> a lot of if's. you get all of that, then stock prices will go up on another surge maybe toward the 30,000 mark but i'm not predicting that abby: you're saying they're up right now really because they're hopeful. >> yes abby: let's take a look just the stock market numbers since inauguration day to give you a sense of how high it has gone u. >> well, that's inauguration day abby: inauguration day. >> you should really check it out from election day. when it became apparent that donald trump was gonna be the next president of the united states of america, the market just took off. wait a second. we have gained $2.7 trillion in
national wealth since the election on november the 8th. and that was because trump was elected on the expectation of tax cuts and massive economic growth. pete: now let's talk tough, 'cause you talk about the tough stuff here, tax cuts. we're hearing about the corporate tax cut down to 15%, that's what the president wants, the individual rate. earlier we were talking about protecting social security and medicare, a huge drain. also expanding the military, already $600 billion a year for the defense budget. how's he gonna do it all? how does that all come together with this congress? >> have iie difficult proposition. how do you get the reform and repeal of obamacare followed by all these tax cuts, followed by an infrastructure package, followed by financial reform, how do you get all of that packed in to, say, the first year? with great difficulty you pack it into the first year. odds are the president won't get all of that legislative agenda, but if he gets some of it,
especially deregulation and tax cuts, you could have another -- abby: i'm gonna play rand paul here for two seconds. what does that mean for the deficit? >> the deficit goes up abby: yeah, a lot. >> that is inevitable. right now we're running a deficit of a half trillion dollars a year. that's now. if we cut taxes and don't have any revenue coming in to make up for that, the deficit will go up in the short term. >> in the short term, you say. >> wait, wait. the theory is if you get 4% growth longer term then you get a lot more money coming into the federal treasury just like you did under ronald reagan when he cut takes us. >> if you were chief of staff, stewart, you would say cut rehabilitations and tax cuts? >> right. i think job one is tax reform. that's not gonna be the way it happens. it's gonna be repeal and replacement of obamacare. >> stuart varney. you got watch varney & co. nine a.m. on the fox business networks. great show. stuart, great to see to see you.
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we are back with a fox news alert. the battle for western mosul is underway. hundreds of iraqi military vehicles aided by coalition air support and likely some special operators, no doubt, rolling across the desert to drive isis from that city. iraqi forces say they've already captured two villages south of the city near the airport just today. and a notorious terrorist
has died, omar rahman, also known as the blind sheik dying in federal prison at the age of 73. rahman was serving a life sentence for terror attacks in new york city and helping planning the 1991 world trade center bombing. good riddance. as we wait for the president's executive order on immigration, 140 more somali refugees now settled in the u.s. the refugees previously blocked by president trump's travel ban were living in a camp before being sent to the united states, likely to my home state of minnesota. abby: thank you, pete. a big weekend in the box office. three new movies just hit theaters so which should you see and which should you skip? >> our friend kevin mccarthy. let's get right to it. matt damon, a man bun and "the great wall" of china. what's going on? >> he has a bad haircut and also bad accents as well. i don't know what happened with this movie.
i love this filmmaker, and good morning to you and great to be on with you this morning. this filmmaker is an amazing visionary. i love the film he did, a film called "hero" back in the early 2000s with jet li. he directs masterfully. they actually built a one- one-kilometer wall as a set pete pete. matt damon's character is defending "the great wall" of china from mythical creatures. visually it works. that's the part that works. the problem with the movie is the script is so stupid and they keep oversplaying -- the script overexplains dialogue. it tells you what you're watching on screen and to me it makes the audience feel like they're stupid at times. also his accent, matt damon's accent was really, really bad, it kept changing in every single scene. you have half the movie good because of the action, the other half is bad, i gave it a 2.5 out of 5. one of the cool things about the film is there's a shot in the film with this arrow, so matt damon has three arrows and he's
shooting these arrows and in this scene the two arrows catch this bowl and you're watching it right now, it's a cool shoot, you'll never believe how they pulled this scene off, and he worked with an amazing speed archer. watch this. >> he said it takes about a year per second if you want to shave off a second, it's gonna take you a year of doing nothing but practicing. so we realized, well, the arrows are gonna be cgi. so i just learned the movements so in a sequence like that i draw three real arrows, i walk out, you know, i have them in my hand like the three arrows are -- and then as i go under the camera i drop them, right, and then shoot -- and then just go through the motions as if i'm holding three arrows and then my friend at ilm put 'em in. >> i wimp i had cgi to make me better. >> that would be really, really cool. yeah, the movie's a 2.5 out of 5 not that great. wait to the rental on that
abby: bad accent, bad man monday monday. >> when the review includes stupid -- abby: what do you think of "fistfight"? >> i love the concept behind this movie. it's two teachers having a fight after school. it's goofy, it's over the top, it's ridiculous, it's r-rated raunchy comedy. charlie day who i love from " "it's always sunny in philadelphia," ice cube gets challenged, i liked it a lot, not a classic comedy but you will laugh out loud. i gave it a 3 out of 5. nothing to write home about but you will laugh if you go to a matinee showing clayton: the third film in your quiver this morning, "a cure for wellness." >> i love gore verbinski. he's amazing. he did the ring, the first " "pirates of the caribbean." amazing director. dane dahan who looks just like a young leonardo dicaprio, he has
to travel to a wellness center and retrieve his ceo and bring him back to new york but the problem is something's going on there. the movie is deeply disturbing, extremely disturbing overall but way too long at times. gave it a 3.5 out of 5, worth seeing but not the greatest film clayton: so what you're saying is go see lego batman a second time because -- abby: or just stay home this weekend. pete: yeah, kind of the doldrums right? >> i saw lego batman again yesterday it was amazing. i want to say something real fast. i know if president trump, if you're watching this show right now, i live in the washington, dc, area, i go to screenings all the time that are right near your house. if you want to come with me, you can be a "plus one" and you can join me, i'll get you on the press list, i can even pick you up on the way to the screenings pete: i got one better, they have a movie theater in the white house, you can go there. >> trump and i should do dual movie reviews. >> kevin, you'd have to pass a
background check and i don't know how that would go abby: they do grade your tie selection. kevin, good to have you here this morning. >> thanks, guys. protesters tried to catholic church the president's rally but then this happened 37. >> [chanting] abby: what is she say? clayton: viva trump. rick jenkins was there and has the video you won't want to miss abby: plus liberals horrified that first lady melania opened her husband's rally with a prayer. emails are pouring in about this so keep them coming ♪ yea yea yea keeping the faith ♪ start here. or here. even here. and definitely here. at fidelity, we're available 24/7 to make retirement planning simpler. we let you know where you stand,
>> viva trump, viva trump, viva trump, viva trump. >> supporters and protestings taking to the streets near president's -- the rally in florida yesterday. >> that's right, chanting "viva trump" and all of the other things as well. his supporters arrived early in the morning for the chance to see him do what he does best which is speak best to the voters. >> fox news correspondent griff jenkins saw it all. how was it, griff? >> abby, clayton, and pete, good morning. it was unbelievable. it was a return to the campaign trail. it actually technically was, this was paid for by his
campaign reelection team, so the first of 2020 perhaps. it drew a massive crowd, upwards of 10,000, and some protesters. we were there taking it all in. this crowd resembles the campaign trail. they had to break the road because it goes this far. if you look down, it's this tremendous line, so we're gonna come over here and talk to some of these folks. you're at the front of the broken line. >> yes, i am. >> what is your name? >> jennifer bailey. >> jennifer, how do you feel the president's doing so far? >> i think he's doing an amazing job. he's stood on his platform and he has respected everything that he's going for and i think he's gonna continue on his platform. >> i think he's doing a wonderful job thus far. i think he's done everything right up to this point. >> as far as room for improvement, there really isn't that much. >> if you could say something directly to president trump, what would you say? >> great job, keep it up, keep doing what you're doing. >> i talk to my friends in germany or australia, gi to australia a lot, they cannot
believe it what we do in the media and the way we treat the president. it's outrageous. >> viva trump, viva trump, viva trump. >> trump! >> not everyone here supports president trump. two or three thousand protesters turning out with signs defending the media and also with messages for the president. [crowd booing.] >> we don't want to just be a protest. we want to be building a movement. we have concerns about the trump administration's treatment of muslims, treatment of immigrant. >> has to be the one that unites the nation. that's the president's job. >> the protests were all peaceful there, a few thousand turning out, it was largely organized by the women's march orlando chapter. let me just tell you, guys, the real story there was the superman -- the superstar gene huber who i got to talk to, i've been texting a little bit with him this morning, he was on in
our last hour and asked him what he's doing next. he says he just waiting around to see what's going on. and i looked, gene gave me his twitter account, his twitter is @squeaky6, s-q-u-e-a-k-y, 6, looking to see if a twitter romance breaks out between president trump and gene huber. >> not to be confused with squeaky7, squeaky6 abby: griff, you made him a sister. i love it. >> and now he's texting griff back saying sorry, griff, i can't text you anymore, i'm too famous. >> he was pulled up on stage, being tackled by the secret service. no, no, didn't you you hear? the president wanted me up on stage abby: exactly. but another moment last night, first lady melania trump, we've not heard a lot of from her so far. she opened up the rally. she gave the lord's prayer. take a listen to this. >> let us pray. our father, who art in heaven,
hallowed be thy name. thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven heaven. give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us, and deliver us from evil, for thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever. amen. >> so unbelievably but not in inpredictably. the left misses no chance to go arrive the trump's, especially melania trump in a forum like that abby: you wonder how on earth could you criticize that moment, reading the lord's prayer. >> i've got some for you. just go to twitter, the troll universe which is twitter. here's a tweet from chris that says, "melania had to read the lord's prayer off of a piece of
paper paper? how very christian of her. shouldn't it be as easy as one, two, three"? clayton: and when you add a photo like that it always makes the tweet cooler. >> this morning we got an e-mail from a viewer, tara in pennsylvania, and she responded this way. i think it was a great response "really? giving the first lady a hard time because she reads the lord's prayer off a piece of paper of i've known that since a toddler but if i were in front of a huge crowd, i would read it from a piece of paper. thanks for remembering the christian community." if you're not used to that -- abby: we have heard from so many people this morning defending her saying it's unbelievable she would even be criticized. >> father john, he'll prepare remarks and read it from a piece of paper. what, are we against paper now? >> bring back papyrus abby: her message was i'm gonna be real to be who i am and do my best to help people around the world, to help children, help
women. >> you said such a great point last hour, it's hypocritical ball club she's an immigrant success story and the left is so up in arms about the fact that the president is following through on his campaign promise to deport illegals who are criminals. this is an illegal who isn't a criminal, a successful american story, and we criticizeclayton: what if michelle obama had done this, got up there, read off of a piece of paper, read the lord's prayer on open up a campaign event, would there be the same outrage from the left? abby: i would probably say no. pete: no. clayton: just throwing it out therepete: nuanced and -- abby: good for her. i would love to see melania trump out there, because i think she complements the president very well. i think people want to hear from herpete: you can't box him in, you can't define them, they have a relationship that works in the campaign, in the white house, they're gonna do what they want to. they sing by their own songbook. senator john mccain escalating his feud with president trump this morning in yet another national tv
interview, comparing mr. trump to a dictator. take a listen. >> you have to have a free and many times adversarial press, and without it, i'm afraid that we would lose so much of our individual liberties over time. that's how dictators get started started. abby: we had general jack keene on earlier this morning, he's a friend of both of these men. he joined us earlier to explain. here's what he said. >> these things are being said because that's how john mccain feels. one thing you know about him, he speaks his mind. and the president's very much the same way. abby: right. >> he tells you what he thinks. i think they just gotta stop it, get face-to-face abby: you may remember during the gop primary then candidate trump said campaign wasn't a war hero in vietnam because he got captured. and this is all happening across the country. organized protesters disrupting republican town halls. new york congressman tom ray the latest victim of this, but as an ad in a local newspaper shows, his protesters had some training
training. he discussed this ad with us on wednesday. >> then kind of an organized protest at times, and i think this is just a higher level of that organization, and some of these folks are just very passionate on the hard left. abby: huge crowds of raucous protesters shouted down the congressman whenever he tried to speak, rarely letting him get in a word edgewisepete: not really a town hall, is it? >> the man who set up hillary clinton's private server could still face charges on her his e-mail scandal. house oversight chairman jason chaffetz sending a letter to new attorney general jeff sessions insisting that bryan pagliano face a jury or charges for refusing to do so. he helped maintain hillary's private e-mail system and repeatedly ignored court subpoenas. we all know what happens when you call cnn fake news. >> well, i don't know, maybe he was watching cnn fake news. what do you think, erin? are we on?
it looks like we've lost connection with senator sanders. i love that moment. well, it seems the network is still struggling to shake that label, and this reporter, he's had enough. >> paris, what do you think? >> i think it's fake news. this is not -- this is not a news story. >> tell me what about it is fake paris. are we going down this road? do you actually know what the definition of fake news is? clayton: what we're doing right now. >> there is nothing fake about it. please stop it with that stupid talking point that is a fake news story. >> this is a fake news story in my opinion because -- >> okay, thank you very much, everyone, thanks everybody, thanks for watching, have a great weekend. the guy, all abby: cut his mike, cut his mike mike. he won't be backpete: we're outta here. we're done. one of the biggest sanctuary counties in the country no longer a safe haven for illegals illegals. judge alex ferrer was on that circuit court. he says this is a big turning
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welcome back. some quick headlines for you. more possible voter fraud surfacing, this time in texas. officials there say that more than 500 people likely cast ballots improperly when the state allowed them to sign an affidavit declaring themselves citizens instead of showing a valid id. charges could be on the way for voters in at least two counties. and milo yiannopoulos will be the keynote speaker at this year's conservative political
action conclusion. the controversial author and breitbart reporter made headlines after twitter banned him last year over harassment allegations. the cpac conference begins wednesday. . abby: a core promise of then candidate donald trump's campaign. >> we will end the sanctuary cities that have resulted in so many needless deaths. abby: now the nation's most immigrant-rich county is following the president's call. miami-dade officials voting 9-3 in favor of dropping its sanctuary status, promising to work together with federal immigration officials . clayton: here to react the perfect guy to do so, miami-dade circuit court judge alex ferrer. give us a sense of the importance of this, what does this mean this vote to get rid of a sanctuary city? >> well, from miami, just from miami's perspective, it's not a
huge thing because, frankly, when i was on the bench in miami immigration holds were the norm. i would finish a case, and i would turn to my corrections officer and he'd say -- and my corrections officer, vince, would say "judge, he's not going anywhere, he's got an ins hold." that's the way it was. four years ago miami changed that when the mayor said it was costing the county too much money because they had to hold people in jail for days while they waited for ins and that was money coming out of the county's coffers so they decided to no longer do that. now that donald trump has said, "well, then we're gonna start denying cities federal money, well, if you think that they don't want to lose the money it cost to house an inmate for a day or two while they wait for i ins, they definitely don't want to lose tens or hundreds of millions dollars from the federal government. from miami it's not a big deal, but it's a harbinger of what's gonna happen across the country as cities are denied the money that they depend on for their budgets and for their special projects. and i think you're gonna start seeing city after city after
city revoking its sanctuary city status. >> we had mayor jimenez on last month, and said we're gonna enforce the law. >> the message of miami-dade county is we're not a sanctuary city, we never have been a sanctuary city. we provide the federal government with information whenever we arrest somebody here who is an illegal immigrant. when the federal government wants us to detain somebody, we will do so, but in the normal course of business, our officers nothing has changed today from what it was yesterday. our officers are here to enforce the laws of the united states and state and us. abby: we also had the president tweeting about this, miami-dade mayor drops sanctuary policy, right decision, strong. how important is his role, the president's, in this conversation? >> well, he's the one who's started the change everyone's been clamoring about the fact that it doesn't make sense that we're a country of laws and cities are just flouting the law
and saying we're not gonna abide and yet the federal government sends them hundreds of millions, in some cases billions of dollars a year to cities, and donald trump this was one of his campaign promises, and like him or not, he is living up to his campaign promises that his voters voted for him for. so this is one of them. >> judge, how has the media down there in miami reacted >> you know, i can't tell you that i've watched any of the media reports on this topic so i couldn't really give you an analysis of that, but when you see the protests, the reality is that there's a lot of mis misconception about the people who are gonna be deported. really what we're dealing with are criminals that have violated the laws, and a lot of the protesters, frankly, are just anti-trump protesters who would protest anything he did because they hate him. that's the bottom line. >> judge alex ferrer live with us this morning. coming up here on the show, president trump declaring war on the dishonest media in front of thousands of proud americans in florida. ed henry is here to discuss at the top of the hour. abby: plus, look out, everyone,
>> oh, to be a kid again. the 114th north american international toy fair kicked off in new york city this weekend. it showcases the hottest new toys that will hit the store shelves this year. >> here was a sneak peek with toy insider. welcome back. >> so many great things we're gonna get started, ice cream, it's gonna be kids' new favorite food truck. this is our learn and scoop ice cream truck, if you pick a color
it knows who color you're picking. kids are gonna make ice cream. abby: look at that! >> sound, buttons, great for memory skills. abby: a lot of distractions. >> this will be out in the fall, will be about $39. so there's a new cartoon, it's mickey and the roadster racers. this is mickey's transforming car. it's a regular r.c. that goes forwards and backwards, but watch what happens when you push this button. abby: wow. pete: wow. clayton: wow! >> this is just hitting selves now. next month it's about $49. coming out in march. so we have lots of videos of these toys you're gonna see. this is our enchanted jewelry box. it comes out, watch the rose. the petals open, you can hear the iconic movement. abby: it's a jewelry box. >> a little jewelry box. abby: i love that. >> in the fall we're gonna see the iconic village outfit.
these are coming. abby: i would have loved that. >> 3d pen came out, now kids are gonna use this pen and create all kinds of things but add robotics to it. so now what we have is movement. >> little scientists here. >> look at this. yes. so whatever they do they can add the battery pack and we can have all these things creeping along. abby: wow. >> very cool. so this will actually be out in the spring. this will be about $69. abby: cuddles the kitten. >> cuddles the kitten. so last year we had snuggles the dog, but now for our cat lovers, look at the face. >> meow. abby: it makes a little meow. >> when i saskatchewan her head, her tail will wag, so she's got sensors on her nose, her head, her mouth. >> this comes out in the fall and she'll be about $54. $54.. abby: now you guys are ready to go. so this is our nerf rival nemesis. we load this with a hundred little softballs.
go ahead. whoa! [laughing] >> from the video game, kids love it. they're actually spraying paint all over in the video game. now we are doing it through here so this is an actual blaster that sprays the paint. ready? so look on the door. we can put on our -- clayton: paint ball. >> paint ball. you want to cover the floor. i actually brought these. clayton: quickly, let's move on. >> bubble bowl from zero, these are awesome. clayton: we've done this on the show before i have never had my heart rate spike as much as thi. >> these are great because these are 59.99. they've never been so in inexpensive. you put them on, put on the straps, they're bumping against each other. abby: i know you want to ride the razorsf. you have your throttle, your brakes . [laughing]
...there's always king's hawaiian rolls inside. whoa irresistible kings hawaiian foods. coming this spring, barbeque sauce. (sfx: 2 kids scream) >> i want to be among my friends and, among the people. also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news. we will continue to win, win, win. >> making a campaign appear answer, three weeks into his presidency, i thought it was important that we be out here too, to not normalize that. >> that is my guy, right there. this guy, say a couple of words
to this guy. >> when president trump promised these things he was going to do for us. >> we need to en great our beliefs and our thoughts. >> i knew he was going to do this for us. >> a star is born. you want a government that keeps its promise, you're going to be pride again. we will make america great again. greater than ever before. may god bless you and may god bless the united states of america. ♪ >> i was like no. too much.
>> tina turner. >> got to love it. >> ed henry is here to talk politics. >> thank you. abby: final hour of the show. >> you saw president trump down there taking to the campaign trail again, even his campaign paid for this event. not for by taxpayer dollars. signs behind him said trump 2020. >> it really is permanent. you have some democrats freaking out about this, barack obama was in permanent campaign mode for 8 years. abby: great point. >> he should be out with the people, he should get out there and talk about what he is doing. he wants to go around the media filter, as he calls it. he is entitled. he 'his supporters should also know these rallies will only take him so far.
the big results, obamacare, and tax reform, he has to get going on this stuff, no one could expect to get it done in one month, give me a break. >> that is how his presidency is judged based on what he does. he said media not telling the true story all of the time that is why i'm out here. >> the white house is running so smoothly. we inherited one big mess. jobs are already starting to pour back in, ford, general motors, fiat chrysler bringing back thousands of jobs, they are not leaving. look at what is happening to the stock market, to every poll when it comes to optimism in our country. we are going to be submitting a
greaahealth care plan that is gg to take the place of the disaster known as obamacare. i refuse to fly in a $4.2 billion plane. i got the generals in who are fantastic, i have boeing in. we have it runs beautifully, i nominated a fantastic justice to replace the late, great justice scalia. i have ordered the construction of a great boarder wall. i have taken decisive action to keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. >> that was biggest applause line. >> it is done here, backs to beginning. >> one month. >> you know white house, and
press corps. to the beginning he said this is a well-owned machine. >> he said that and media said, crisis mode, that of head stripped across washington post. >> and john mccain saying this is disarray. >> the national security adviser is out? big deal, what will be a big deal, if there is more to general mike flynn story. that will be a big deal. but you have a lot of people saying crisis mode, this is worse than watergate or, just as bad as watergate. >> that started with dan rather, his watergate comment, he started that watergate question, talking about what did the president know and whether did e know it. after that, it went viral. and he went after it again last
night, he say th journalists, kp doing your job. this is a guy. >> i have feeling that pete and i are go to get into a fight but go ahead. pete: do you want who out the him. >> bloggers. his story was false, that maybe was the beginning of fake news, bottom line, i agree with his sentiment. this is what i was joking about you and i fighting, journalists are important. i am a journalist. i don't appreciate the repeated attacks on journalism, it makes it sound like all journalists are fake. reince priebus this morning saying that the president is not attacking all journalists, he is picking to specific ones that he
believes are lying about him, okay. but be careful about indicting all journalists. pete: you have free and independent press. he is not saying -- or shutting anyone up or sensorring, he said, you say your media is unbiased. you say failing "new york times" you don't take a side. when we look at your coverage, it is fully biased. it is not even accurate. who fights back if he does not. >> all right, i am done. pete: he used warde word -- ene, because as someone in military in the war you don't flow around war terms flip entry. >> a agree with what you said, when is any president is entitled to push back when they believe there are false stories. by the way the first lady has
come under attack, people make fun of her for saying the lord's prayer, are you kidding me? that is absurd. and by the way, do you know how many languages the first lady speaks, i believe 6. >> she could just sit there and smile, and' criticized. but the biggest -- >> not if you listen to mainstream media. abby: huber, represents the man that was left behind. the very people that president trump goes out to pea speako, hs brought up on stage by president, he had to hop a fence, he said you are in good shape, hop the fence, he comes up on stage, he praised president trump, we had him on this morning on "fox & friends" he spoke to president trump, he said here is what i want you to hear. >> he said, you are a healthy
guy, jump over that fence, next thing i noticed i get pretty much tackled, grabbed and i am getting forced out of the building. i'm like, the president wants to talk to me. president trump, i want to thank you so much for that opportunity, that shows us, we the people, our movement wo, you care about us the american people, thank you, sir. >> his voice overnight, he got a lot of calls. >> he did. >> you have people in mainstream media, you can see them saying who is this guy? making him seem to be you know, not even the terms they are using, he is you know joe 6-pack. this is why the elites who dismiss trump voters. the president clearly connects with. he we are a few months after the
election, and all kinds of elites still don't get that. >> i want to talk about john mccain, to my this is the story, it is republicans in congress. not media, the back and forth with where the president's agenda will go. mccain was in munich, talking on "meet the press," he -- i am sorry? we had -- producer of talking. abby: like the secret service we have things in our ear. >> anyway, senator mccain in munich talking about what he sees as a problem right now with the president, president and press, saying that he has hallmarks of dictates o -- dictp what do you make. >> the question of whether he was a war hero, but he did not
want to real up trump voters, he has been reelected, he has sycamor6more years in senate. i believe that joh john mccain does not believe what president said. i am talking big picture. what happened to not criticizing commander in chief when you are overseas, itens at wart's edge. now you -- it ends at waters' edge, now they have fellow republicans attacking them overseas. >> why do people go to de dicta. >> john mccain trying to set himself up as conscience. and suggesting that dictator, while i have great respect for senator mccain this is remarkable. abby: if president trump wants to get some of those promises laid out, done to your point, that is how he is going to be judged.
how did they make amends? something that president trump said he would be great at is negotiationing working with members on capitol hill. >> you raise a good point, i believe there have been real opportunities, the supreme court nomination has gone smoothly, he brought in leaders in both parties to talk about how are you moving forward in senate. to your point, him negotiations and working with leaders in both parties there is potential there that barack obama did not work on. on other hand, he brought in those leaders from both parties to talk about gorsuch nomination, a reporter asked about a mightin meeting that bll had, president said, he lied about vietnam, he has to be careful about that stuff. >> window is still open.
>> that could backfire on the hill if you are slamming each other all of the time. >> it is a club. but this president does not care, he is trying to break up the club. break up the establishment but he has to work enough with the establishment to get tax cuts. >> it is going to be messy because the stea establishment t back. >> they will complain, but he has ripped up the playbook. >> we ripped up the play book on on this segment too. >> thank you, ed. >> all right, president to roll out a new immigration order this week, and says the courts will not be able to touch it. >> i have taken decidiv take den to keep radical islamic terrorists out of the country. country. ♪
>> we'll be doing something over the next couple of days, we never give up. we've allowed thousands of people into the country, there was no way to vet those people, there were no documen documentao nothing, we're going to keep our country safe. >> this week president trump expected to issue a new executive order on immigration. texas congressman louie gomert joining us to react, your response to what the president laid out yesterday, in
melbourne, florida? >> i think he is on track. he should not give up, the fact that 9th circuit is one of the justices that said, they don't care what the supreme court say or the constitution say or president says, they will come out with as many opinions as they can, because the supreme court can't reverse them all, that is a court, i have a bill that will divide it up, but i am after reading what they have said had this last opinion on the president's order. i thinking we need to get rid of them and set' a new circuit. this comment they have, that runs contrary to fundamental structure of our constitution and democracy. clayton, let me tell you, what runs according to constitution, no federal court in america has a right to exist, or any jurisdiction beyond what u.s.
congress gives it. they don't exist if we don't create them, only court that has a right to do that he is talking about is the u.s. supreme court. there are some things that are not review able with national security, you cannot have some judge in california or washington, second guessing the president. i have now doubt there are some terrorists that made it in to it country because of that circuit. clayton: we had allen on the show. earlier, saying it is simple what president has to layout. when is b -- that message with e green card. >> there was some confusion, and as pointing out with one that is rolling out this week, they are going to taylor that, so we don't have the problem that
arose, i think offended the conscience of a lot of people, that you had people that got on the plane, legally, with proper paperwork, and when they got off they were stopped in america. that created all kinds of problems. they will make sure that does not happen this time. i know the delemm a dilemma of e administration, they know if they come out in advance, and let it roll out, they will have a huge effort to rush terrorists to get them in before the door shuts, they thought that inconvenience of some will outweigh the chance of terrorists to come in. but the 9th circuit is not concerned about terrorists coming in they are concerned about looking good for liberal friends. clayton: congressman gohmert . >> thank you. clayton: car.clayton: liberal ht
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battling active groups and mainstream media. conference begins on wednesday. steve and abby. pete: thank you clayton. yesterday. obamacare on notice. >> we're going to be submitting in a couple of weeks a great health care plan that is going to take the place of the disaster, noa known as obamacar. abby: our next guest said that requirement is key to obamacare surviving. >> joining us now, dr. emanuel, thank you for joining us.>> nic. as architect of obamacare you have republicans grappling with what to do with health plan plan you would have to acknowledge
has problems with premiums going up and issues of choice, and mandate making americans pay for something. what is your hope. things are going to change. do you believe it should be more government control, and single payer approach or what pieces can they pick up and fix of this? >> so, let's make a few points when you pass a bill through congress, it is not going to be perfect. we had 8 years of experience now or 7, and unintended can 87s havconsequences have emerged. i thought that was most interesting about the president said, it is repeal and replace. not repeal and delay, which many people in congress were proposing, he recognizes you have to replace it with something. you cannot simply repeal it.
so i think that is a very important point. we shill don't have details. what we do know is that there has been a lot of discord, and lack of agreement among republicans about what to replace it with. which is why no one has seen a bill. speaker ryan put out a proposal, and immediately freedom caucus said no way. so -- abby: senator rand paul has been talking so strongly about this, saying we need to repeal this, and start over, the main goal is to lower the cost. here is what he said about it. >> i do have a great deal of sympathy, as a physician, father, family member for trying to provide affordable insurance for people, my plan will lower cost for insurance for everyone and try to allow individuals to get to group insurance, where
there is lower cost. abby: i have talking to so many small business owners breaking down in tears saying their business cannot expand or they had to close shop because of obamacare and the cost, what is your message to them? they are watching. they want a change. they want their business to keep growing. >> two points, you can't find anyone in country who is more concerned about the high cost of healthy care than myself. you can look at my writings for last 15 years, i have said that costs -- let me finish. everyone has said, that you need to get cost control, we have very important provisions in the affordable care act about cost control. let he remind your viewer, employer-sponsored insurance under george p. bush up 80%, and
president obama 35%, it did go up but much slower than under the republicans, the whole point it is not just premium but total cost of care. >> many of opinion proposal will lower premium but increase cost of care for people, on to individual -- abby: then what is the answer? because you -- >> i'll tell you. abby: even bill clinton said this is a craziest thing ever. you heard that on the campaign trail. what do you say needs to be done. >> we need to, first thing we need to change how we pay doctors and hospitals, so they have a big incentive to increase their quality, and lower their cost. get off what they do now, which is pay them when they see
patients we need to pay by bundles that the incentivize them to lower the cost of care. the second thing we have high prices in the united states system, we have good systems like competitive bidding for durable medical equipment that brought the price down because we had manufacturers compete for it dr. price does not like that come tickcompetition. >> but why should people look at architect of obamacare, and it did not work, and you would acknowledge never cracked 3% over last 3 years, with health care a fix of our economy, obamacare -- >> sir, the economic, you don't be what yo knowwasn'know what yt with economic growth, that has
to do with recession, it does not have to do with healthcare. after passage of affordable care act there was no impact on employment. abby: we'll agree to disagree and end it there, dr. emanuel thank you. >> nice to be with you. give you the truth about affordable care act. >> we have maria bartiromo on in a little bit. abby: with thoughts as well. >> our own maria bartiromo, show knows a lot about the economy and health care as well. abby: rick is putting a needle in a balloon without making it pop. coming up. i'm all the techy stuff you got crammed into your brand-new car. i'm so sexy, you can't keep your hands off me. do it again. there you go... i can do whatever you want.
>> let's make a few points, when you pass a bill through congress, it is not going to be kerperfect, we have 8 years of experience now, and unintended cone centss havconsequences hav. i thought that is most interesting it is repeal and replace, not repeal and delay, which many in congress were proposing, he recognizes you
have to replace it with something, you simply cannot repeal it, that would create havoc and disruption. >> economic growth under 3%, you heard th man, no growth, no prom with the economy, maria bartiromo is here host of "sunday morning futures." your response? >> you have gone after him as well. >> god love him he keeps coming back on the show, dr. emanuel has joined me a number of times, we continue to have this debate, heinistinsists that obamacare dt impact the economy growth, my argument, it did. i speak with small business owners all of the time, one thing they say, i can't have more than 49 employees, because once i have 50 or more, i am forced to offer healthcare, that is too expensive. that is why so many businesses turned full-time to part-time jobs, and they have been sitting on cash 8 year,.
>> it is heartbreaking you hear the real stories. >> it is. >> you have talked about the uncertainty in the market, that kept the economy stagnant. is obamacare responsible for that. >> 100%, for last 8 years, businesses have been sitting on cash, they don't know what isa, round iaround the corner, he als goes bac back to george p. bushs economy and healthcare, look at economy today, premium in arizona, u up won't -- 116% froa year ago. that held the economy back. >> it is so broken, former president bill clinton called it crazy yeftcraziest thing in the. but replacing it is not easeo, what are challenges, what is
lake likely solution. >> you have different visions of how it might play out. some people in g.o.p., saying we'lkeep the obamacare subsidied call them tax credits. we'll keep the idea you can keep your own doctor, even though you could not. there are certain plans that are repeating, i believe most are getting behind rand paul. he is focused on getting the cost down. abby: the big one is competition. >> a a important point, that is why it is so ebb expensive in so competition. >> how couldn' convenient you he senator rand paul on your show. >> absolutely, last month there was a meeting about this to get specifics on obamacare
replacement, they talked about expands medicate, senator paul walked out, because hig he had another meeting. having said there, there is another debate going on, do you expand medicaid and have another entitlement program. >> and rand paul would not be up for that. >> right, i have him on, and peter king. someone is undermining president trump in the intelligence community. former fbi man, jim, we'll talk about the 17 intelligence agencies and could you figure out who is under mining president trump? and leaking things. >> right. abby: we'll see you in 20 minutes. >> okay. clayton: thank you in one hour. >> white house is moving full speed ahead, a new immigration order and a plan to create safe
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that is the primary focus, we're still in the draft stages, but we are expecting to have that done in the next couple of days, president will roll that out soon. >> he talked about safe zones, refugees have been an issue with that order. and safe screens in middle east, and gulf states paying for those safe zones, how would he make sure that happens. >> nothing right now is final, this executive order, we're keeping all of our options on the table, i am not going to get ahead of the president in announcing what is in that order, the focus is on 100% keep our country safe. and making sure that we don't have out of control courts, pushing back. and trying to stop the president from doing what is not only constitutional but legal and his number one responsibility of protecting our country. that is our focus. abby: i want to get your thoughts, senator mccain making headline oversea, comparing president trump and
his war with the media to a dictator. let's listen. >> if you want to preserve democracy as we know it you have to have a free, and many press without it, i afraid we would lose so much of our individual liberties overtime, that is how dictators get started. first thing that dec dictator s shut down the press, i am not saying that is what president trump is trying to be a dictator, i am saying we need to learn lessons of history. abby: strong words from senator mccain. has president trump reached out? >> here is the bottom line, nobody wants to shut down the stress, we do want to shut down fake news, we wanted reporting to be reporting, and not creating news that does not exist. we're all about the free press,
it is a person importan is a pe- an important party of our democracy this press core has started to ignore a lot of facts in their stories, they use a lot of unsourced things to credit their stories, and make mings things up, we spend a ton of times in office defending things that are not true they are putting out as fact. that is the reason we're pushing back. abby: will president trump respond to what senator mccain said, calling him a dictator, do you think they will come together? >> that is a question you would are have to ask the president, whether he will respond. we is more about improve our country. we have 30 of most productive daves anproduct daysthat any fie administration has had, and all the press wants to talk about is
who likes who, and whether something, they have decided is an important news story, we cutting regulations and improving the economy. that is what people at home care about, maybe people in dc and new york care about the back and forth. that is not why he was elected. >> they said they were concerned with melania trump, last night opening with the lord's prayer, the left jumps up over this, what is your take. >> i think it is sad. it was a beautiful moment. i think it was a proud moment, our first lady took the stage could and put her faith and freedom of this country first and foremost, i thought it was a powerful moment, it should be celebrated and not attacked. >> thank you, sarah. >> it may feel like spring in new york, but rick is making it
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