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front seat eating all their snacks. somehow locking themselves in. >> we hope have you a great day. "fox & friends" starts right now. rob: we will see you later. >> president trump's most loyal supporters and staff members are saying the country is seeing the mother of all overracks to last week's firing of fbi director james comey. >> indications he may name a new fbi director before he leaves on fry day. >> utah senator mike lee has thrown out an intriguing name to replace comey. president obama's pick for the supreme court judge merrick garland. >> i think merrick garland would be a particularly good option, given that he could have so much support from both side of the aisle. >> the nominee should be not a partisan politician. not part of either party. this demands a serious down the middle investigation. >> this is a fox news alert. north korea says the medium long range strategic missile it tested over this weekend
can carry a nuclear war head. >> the test came as one of kim's top diplomats suggested open in to direct talks with the u.s. >> having a missiles test is note the way to sit down with the president because is he absolutely not going to do it? >> too many undocumented people in america? yeah. why? because we have let over 30 years pass without immigration update. >> one of is you moments away from becoming the next miss u.s.a. >> miss u.s.a. 2017 is districdistrict of columbia. district of district of columbia. ♪ it's going to be a good life ♪ it's going to be a good life, good life. steve: you are looking up the avenue of americas on a monday morning here in new york city the day after mother's day and how was it ainsley? >> it was so especially. you don't really how important it is to leave, love, love
your momma until you become one yourself. steve: great news is brian probably took his wife dawn in bed. brian: i was up so much earlier. steve: that's so true we were talking about last week brian is not a big fan of breakfast in bed. remember when the kids used to bring you breakfast in bed you were all up three hours you would have to go back to bed and the kids would bring it. ainsley: they are coming up the stairs right now. cathy said half of the food was spilled on the way up. brian: i blame the 1960's and 170s sitcoms in bed. unless she is injured. if you twist your ankle, get the breakfast in bed. ainsley: is there a breakfast you would allow in your bed because there is a smoothie a taupe and straw you? don't want crumbs in your bed. brian: if there is a breakfast that is acceptable in ainsley's bed.
ainsley: this is not ainsley's bed. it's brian's bed. steve: black and decker is going to email us there is a dust buster. ainsley: we'll get to the news. for someone who is not necessarily the cleanest person worried about crumbs in his bed. brian: right. joel, stay out of us. brian: happy birthday mother's day. we'll show pictures later. warning before you log on to your computer this morning. steve: that's right. that massive global cycler hack you heard about. it could still happen more today o. ainsley: great. all right. griff jenkins is live from washington, d.c. with the latest details for us. hey, griff. >> good morning, ainsley, brian, and steve. fair to call this the mother of all cyber attacks. worse in history. crushing hundred of thousand of systems over of the weekend in 150 countries. should you be worried when you log on this morning? short answer, yes. former director of national intelligence james clapper saying yesterday that this is a serious problem, likely to grow.
>> that's the concern that monday, when everyone returns to the office, that the -- this ransom ware attack will be even larger. this is a very serious problem. and i think it's going to grow. griff griff this all began on friday. hitting worldwide fedex deliveries, who hospitals in england. government computers in russia. schools and universities in china and thousand of other systems around the globe. hackers exemployed loopholes in versions of microsoft windows creating a webonized. demanding hundred of dollars. microsoft is urging everyone to install the latest window's update because there is a patch to fix the loopholes where the hackers came. in working with customers to thrive to stop this thing. sources also telling fox news that the white house is having
some meeting to evaluate this attack. the important thing is, it's not over. so if you log on, and the computer is not working right. i suppose tell your it specialist or call memorial hospital. guys? steve: turn the darn thing off. parentally in asia, for instance and japan's hitachi corporation, great big manufacturer of equipment and whatnot, their email was hurt. and i think it was on saturday, reno the big french car manufacturer. the factories there on the computer screens it simply said you've been hacked. we want 300ed. ransom ware. $300 to undo a factory. brian: unbelievable. some people are paying it that's et problem. ainsley: don't pay it. brian: if they lock in the british healthcare system and you need healthcare record. you are going to have to make a decision and thankfully the electronic situation. steve: i would think 300 bucks. brian: do you think there is
one issue the world can get together on russia and i india most heaviest hit one issue we can attack this together? steve: this. it sound like this was created by the nsa own super secret spy agency. let's talk about the fbi. our crime fighters here in the united states. they continue to search for the new director and over the weekend we understanding that the department of justifiable did do eight candidate interviews this weekend. some more on the way. ainsley: president saying it might happen by friday might have an acting fbi director in place by the end of the week. brian: guess what? chuck schumer thinks he has a great idea to ground the government down. he thinks he will stop all inquiries into the next fbi director because he wants a special prosecutor, listen. >> senator mark warner is a top democrat on the intelligence committee. he wants the democratic party to refuse to vote on the nomination of a new fbi director until a special prosecutor is appointed. do you support that move?
>> yeah. i think there are a lot of democrats who feel that way. we will have to discuss it as a caucus. but i would support that. brian: why would they? it would take the rug out from underneath the senate investigative committee as well as the house. unless you feel as though you don't have exe conferred in your own members. ainsley: this is how political. they don't know who the director is going to be. before they name a director the democrats are saying we are not going to support that person no matter if we love him or not. they love judge merrick garland one of guys being thrown out. mitch mcdonnell said he would be a great. brian: senator mike lee's idea originally. ainsley: they said we are blocking it unless there is a special prosecutor. steve: mark warner said the attorney general jeff sessions should play no role in the selection of the fbi director because he recused himself from the russia thing. keep in mirntiond the fbi is a simply one part of the department of justice and the russia thing is important, we
heard at the fbi. but, still, there are a lot of things going on at the department of justice not impacting. so that's kind of a degree thing. ainsley: maybe they don't want an fbi director to be put in place because there was talk of hillary clinton being -- that case being opened again and investigated. brian: i actually don't think they are sincere in wanting a special prosecutor. they're looking to gum up the works even further. i do think that senator lindsey graham had one thing let's make it apolitical don't make this person he or she. remind anyone of a democrat or republican that probably would be the best way forward. ainsley: yeah no, political dies. steve: meanwhile, if you were watching the fox news channel on saturday morning are you saw the president of the united states at liberty university in virginia give great uplifting commencement address. we are going to present for you right now the different kind of commencement speeches that young graduates heard over the weekend. first up you're going to listen to some liberals use
the weekend commencement speeches to sound awfully political while we follow that up with the president and something a little more uplifting. watch this. >> i'm trying to keep this apolitical, but i can't help myself. the principle that no one, no one in this country is above the law, and we need a justice department [applause] >> not an obstruction of justice department. >> whether we are talking about economic justice, or we're talking about social justifiable, racial justifiable, or global warming, if there was ever a time in history, for a generation to be bold and to think big, to stand up and to fight back, now is that time. >> and whoa does the world need you right now. [laughter] >> really, the struggle is real out there. it is real. >> go out there. get in the way. get in trouble.
good trouble. necessary trouble and make some noise. [applause] >> so while elizabeth warren started that montage saying i want to be apolitical it seems like a lot of people really got very political. ainsley: it really did. brian: meanwhile here is president trump with a different tone at liberty? >> never ever give up. there will be times in your life you will wanna quit. you'll wanna go home perhaps to that wonderful mother sitting back there watching you and saying, "mom, i can't do it." do back home and tell mom, dad, i can't do it. i will do it. you're going to be successful. the fact is no one has ever achieved anything significant without a chorus of critics standing on the sidelines explaining why it can't be done. nothing is ier or more pathetic than being a critic
because they are people that can't get the job done. but the future belongs to the dreamers. not to the critics. steve: he would know something about critics. brian: donald trump does a lot of that before he was president. is he a very good speaker especially when it comes to success in life. meanwhile special moment for us. ainsley: we have a new edition to the fox family jillian meally. where are you from? >> from the outskirts of philadelphia. ainsley: you are going to be part of show now. >> i'm excited and nervous everything can you imagine. brian: learn more but and your hometown in a half an hour. you have breaking news. >> let's get to a fox news alert right now. the u.s. vowing to tighten the screws after north korea test a missile they claim is capable of carrying a nuclear war head. kim jong un celebrating after the long range missile flew for 30 members and crashed into the sea. nikki haley the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. condemning the launch.
>> having a missile test is not the way to sit down with the president. i can tell you he can sit there and say all the conditions he wants. until he meets our conditions, we're not sitting down with him. >> the u.n. security council is holding an emergency meeting tomorrow. the latest legal battle over president trump's border order faces another legal hurdle today. three judges all appointed by former president bill clinton will decide if the travel pause on citizens from muslim majority nations is about religion or national security. for the first time a camera will broadcast the courtroom showdown live. how about this? young students become fast friend with president trump showing off their award winning science projects at the white house. this is a giant model rocket inscribed with gold letters bearing its namesake trump. the kid headed to a nationwide competition to launch that rocket. >> that looks like a mean machine did you right there. how did you come up with the name trump. does anybody have a an idea?
>> simply because it conquers all. [laughter] ] >> big question. live coming up in the next hour. and that's a look texas. never going to forget. we will be joining shortly to find out more. >> you did a great job. steve: thank you very much. brian: 13 minutes now after the hour. what's coming up. noe not holding back after the firing of james comby. >> insult internally. >> internally from the president? >> exactly. brian: is he just using his influence to push a political agenda now that he is retired? ainsley: she is a nuclear scientist just crowned miss u.s.a. she is being attacked by the media for being a conservative ♪ where were you ♪ you make my dreams come true ♪ i joined the army in july of '98.
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>> internally from the president? >> exactly. >> really? okay. former national director of national intelligence james clapper appearing to take a political shot at the president of the united states. is he using his class for his own political agenda? lehr to discuss his former cia officer gary berntsen joins us from you tampa. what do you think about james clapper saying american institutions are under assault including the president himself? >> regarding a statement that it's under assault by the president, please, cry me a river. i mean, james clapper has been the director of national intelligence for almost the entire term of barack obama. they have diminished the production of our intel services. if you want to compare what the intel services are producing on iran, north korea, and russia, just take a look at what they're producing right now. how much are they doing and how much our allies is doing. it has shifted.
we are dependent on our allies, many of the european services to give us intel. because there was a modernization of cia. they took the analysts and operators put them together. and have you analysts running major intelligence accounts right now that have no bloody idea what they're doing. they have no experience on the ground. they have never run operations before. and they are supposed to be producing intel, it's instan at this. steve: you take what the former director said. and he also, you know, it sounded a couple of months ago as if he weighs exonerating donald trump and saying you know, we looked and we couldn't find anything. over the weekend he said that they did not look into collusion between russia and the trump campaign. they only looked at possible interference with russia and the campaign process. what happened to that story? >> i don't know. i have seen him on tape four or five times saying there is absolutely no evidence. now he is out -- it's 180-degree turn.
and it's -- i can only think that it's just embarrassment for their leak of performance. it's t. was kind of shocking for me to hear him say that after all the things he has said under testimony in front of the senate. he said that there was no collusion. now he is on a new show saying something else e spare me. steve: why do you think that is real quick? >> i think they are essentially -- it's hard to understand but it's just politics. they have decided that they're going to attempt to undermine et trump administration. they're not happy with the treatment that donald trump -- the interactions between the two of them. it's just petty complaints against the president. steve: well, suddenly it's stories we have not heard from mr. clapper and that's why we brought it to your attention. >> it's all bizarre. where is robert levinson the fbi officer. did clapper other did comey interact with the state department when they were negotiating? why didn't they recover our guy? why did we give the iranians $1.7 billion.
let's talk about that. let's have an investigation and a commission on the return of our fbi officer after nine years. steve: all right. great questions. gary berntsen, former cia guy joining us from tampa. gary, thank you. steve: right back. two minutes. don't get too comfortable. we're talking to you, cost inefficiencies and data without insights. and fragmented care- stop getting in the way of patient recovery and pay attention. every single one of you is on our list. for those who won't rest until the world is healthier, neither will we. optum. how well gets done.
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confederacy could make some student feel unsafe. legal ache claiming the name represents pride not the confederacy. more on that later. ainsley? ainsley: thank you, brian. the media melting down over the fbi director james comey. >> the stunning admission to fire fbi director james comey could plunge this country into chaos. this country could be careens toward constitutional crisis. >> what's the line between service to the country and serving to the president. >> i will never compromise my own values. >> it l ps almost seems like a context out of godfather. >> some are comparing this to watergate. >> what's going on here is an effort to cover up the fact. >> i mean, what kind of country is this? ainsley: here to react and break down some more media mad in is the media direct for campus reform cabot phillips. good morning, cabot. >> thanks for having me on. ainsley: i'm sure you watched over the weekend. what was your reaction. >> my rack is i'm wondering if
the liberal media and democrats as a whole already have these per fung tri statements of outrage stereotyped up already? and whenever donald trump does a new thing, ad-lib insert his new thing into the statement of outrage and bebegin to decry it as the most outrageous thing ever orca reasoning our country toward the abyss. i think every single ache the president does, the media as a whole determined to push this narrative that it's the worst thing that's ever happened. and that the president and his administration are undermining the legitimacy of our country. the media is not doing their job. they are doing a disservice to the american people by instantly painting any ache of the president as illegitimate and is dangerous. ainsley: let's get through some these examples over the weekend. dan rather said future generations may mark today as one of the 2r50u8ly dark days of american history. a history that may soon take a even more ominous turn. what's your rack? >> this is going to begin to back fire. when everything is sensational. nothing is sensational.
most on the left media are trying to portray every ache and they are trying to feed into the fears that americans have about president trump. they are trying to push this narrative they started of way back. ainsley: what did you think of dan rather. sean wrote on facebook dan how quickly you forget the incompetent reporting did you for cbs. how is that national guard investigation going. >> it's a complete double standard. when president obama was president did, we have any people net mainstream media asking lois learner if she was more loyal to the president or more loyal to our country or eric holder if she was more loyal to the president or country after scandal after scandal. double standard of people wanting to give different coverage of president trump because they want this narrative to feed into the fear of americans. again, when you see things like that, you need to really this is not a fair shakedown. they have already made their mind the kind of coverage they're going to give to president trump. no one is looking at the actual issues them serviceselves. they are trying to paint him in makingive light. ainsley: a lot of supporters and republicans around the
country are saying they are not able to realize hillary clinton did not win the elections. they want to continue the narrative. listen to this headline in the "new york times." the electric is over. but trump can't seem to get past it. what do you think about that? >> it's trump that can't get past it? when hillary is coming out in the statements saying well if the election happened a week beforehand i would be your president right now. i don't think anyone force forced hillary clinton to stay out of wisconsin and i don't think anyone forced hillary clinton to get out of the scandals in her past. take personal responsibility and stop trying to push everything on president trump. is he trying to push back this thing. when you see the left trying to con standly prop up hillary clinton still and still trying to undermine the president's legitimacy. it shows the narrative they are trying to push and shows their double standard. ainsley: cabot phillips, great sty. >> thank you very much. ainsley: he major shakeup of staff at the white house.
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♪ brian: i believe this is mother's day ainsley style. ainsley: that was us and my precious daughter hayden. i love you so much baby girl. it is the sweetest threatening to be a mom and have a little one that you get to help ray. brian: she is quite photogenic. one of the few women that can overwhelm new a picture. ainsley: she is sticking her tongue out. she is happy. steve: it's the kilmeade clan.
brian: that was a mother's day spread. mom and sister have to get 13 people around the table. that is an old picture. but that is my mom. i think i might have another. steve: you know what? >> i made them stand there four hours to get this picture. brian: moms at mother's day. steve: our official photographer is not awake yet. when he wakes up i think he will send us a picture. we were down in florida for the weekend. some bad news though. on the way back. i left my head phones on the airplane. so, delta, i was on flight 1078 yesterday. i was in seat 11 d. can i get my head phones back, please?? they were bose. they were nice. steve i don't know if they were going to happen.
one lady asked me to take down her bag. next thing they were pushing me out. they weren't dragging me at least. they were nice. anyway, hope you had great, great mother's day. in the meantime it's family day here at "fox & friends." ainsley: new member of the "fox & friends" family. jillian mele. how ar.>> how are you guys? plaw. >> that's a lot. thanks for having me here. steve: you have the headline duty now. >> yes. that's what i'm doing this morning. brian: where are you moving from. >am moving from philadelphia. i spent the last 10 years on air in philadelphia. i'm from the suburbs of philadelphia. this is transition which is exciting. steve: us a little bit about yourself. >> i was a ballerina for 13 years when i was younger. i climbed mount sinai. i thought we had something in common. i climbed mount sinai with my brother in 2009. coolest thing i ever did. last year i climbed the grand
canyon down and up. i love adventure. ainsley: you are like every man's dream. >> i don't know about that but thank you. ainsley: you know a lot about sports. we have a challenge, a duel. >> i'm a philadelphia fan. brian: what is it like going back to your neighborhood? >> it's cool. i have been there for so long. i guess i was on air there for 10 years. i really never left so to speak i. i had to go back to my hometown. brian: come up with a tape and hit play would i be able to see what it is like to be in your home town with you. >> you know what? i think we have just that. ainsley: it's not on a beta or vhs ♪ >> welcome to my hometown of glenside, pennsylvania. i'm taking you back in time right now to the late 90ish i'm going to say, my very first job when i was 16 years old here in glen side. this is the family owned grocery store and one cool
things about this place honestly as you walk in, you know everybody. hi, peta. how are you? >> thank you. it's been forever. find tommy, this way? >> this way. >> how are you? >> hello. welcome back. >> thank you. >> you ready to come back to work? >> trusty green shirt: come on over. i won't mess up your order, i think. >> you are a natural. >> i always actually liked bagging. even still today whenever i go to a grocery store, i always bag it myself. how are you? >> fine, thank you. >> just milk today? >> that's it. >> 17.96, please. it's definitely coming back to me. >> billy, how are you? do you remember me? hi. what's going on? >> what else are you going to be doing. >> stopping at my parent's house.
i came here before i went home. >> hi. >> hi. [dog barking] >> tyler. did you miss me? >> you are used to that by now. >> we have various photos. >> wait. this is your favorite picture? why is this your favorite? >> it's so pretty. >> this was in '86, one of your first dance recitals. >> i do look like that a delicate ballerina there. >> another dance recital. >> the camper. >> we used to sit outside in the driveway, do you remember mom and dad would pop this thing up and all the neighborhood kid we would play in it and fake cook in it. >> hey, guys. come outside. the food is reddy. >> thank you. i'm ready. >> jillian. >> hi. >> rumor has it. >> there is -- it sure is how
do you start making it for us. >> actually it was your great, great, great grandmother. >> i will take that back with me to new york. but before we go to new york, we have got to go golfing. >> i haven't golfed in a little while. i'm rusty. hard to believe that it was two years ago that i started. >> nice hit. >> good. >> give me that one, right? >> sorry, i took it. >> thanks a lot. >> go to the right. >> are you going to give me that one? >> nope. >> all right. >> what a story from groceries to golfing. why would you leave that life? i mean that's a great life you have. >> it is awesome. this is great. my mom and dad golf. we golf with my uncle. flower town country club thank
you for having us there o'neil's. thank you for having us there. you saw in that piece everyone who is close to me. my aunts and uncles. my cousins. that's my world. ainsley: i need to say that to my dad time to go golfing. my dad would say what? >> i started golfing two years ago last month, actually. i'm definitely still a beginner. i will say that but i'm obsessed with it. i'm addictive. ainsley: you have a good swing. that gives us all hope you learned in two years. >> i'm trying. steve: welcome. great to have you. ainsley: anything we can do to help you, let us know. brian: those were not actors. >> i paid all of them a lot of money to do that. steve: meanwhile on this monday, let's go out to the streets of ghorks. janice dean is joining us with a look ahead. janice: welcome jillian. we love you already, my friend. let's take a look at new york city where we had a nor'easter this weekend. thankfully the worst of it was over on saturday.
it's still lingering over across new england with a lot of rain as well as some very strong wind. so if you are traveling, just make sure that you are calling ahead and all of that good stuff to make sure your flight is still on time. the west still unsettled here and some of that injury is going to give us potential for large hail, damaging wind, isolated tornado across the high plains. the midwest could see those isolated tornado. there is a look at your weather across the nation. i promise this week new york city we will flirt with close to 80 degrees. that's my promise to you. in honor of brian hating food in bed i just posted of a picture of me eating cake for mother's day in my bed. brian: where were you eating cake? >> eating cake in bed. brian: that's a real picture? >> a lot of crumbs. on instagram and twitter right now. steve: she said on friday she was going to spend the whole day long in day. breakfast in bed, lunch in bed and dinner bed. ainsley: did you actually do. >> it i did. >> i don't understand this whole no food in bed thing.
brian: no one likes eating in bed. just the thought of it when they actually get et food in bed in flannel pajamas. >> depend on the situation. i don't know. ainsley: can't say no when your kid bring it to you. brian coming up straight ahead. president trump compared them to al qaeda and now taking down ms-13 is his top priority. >> they are being swept out of the country so fast. we go in towns like long island. we go into towns i have known and the towns are living in fear. brian: you know what? i met some of those families living in fear who have had unbelievable sacrifice to get a firsthand look at the ms-13 crisis that will be next. steve: it will be. plus, she nuclear scientist who was just crowned miss u.s.a. but she is already being attacked by the media because she is conservative? ♪ i'm burning ♪ i'm burning for you ♪ i'm burning
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preservision areds 2. because my eyes are everything. steve: we have been telling you about a surge of violence. dozens of murder all tied to ms-13. ainsley: many of those killings happening in new york suffolk county. brian went out there to find out how the community is handling a situation that is quickly spinning out of control. brian: by the way, suffolk county, new york, is under siege by ms-13. maybe people will think of hamptons not that now the parents of two of their victims are taking a stance, speaking out against the criminal element wreaking havoc in their working class community. > brian: why is did important for you to see this every day in your will living room? >> it' it's a reminder of beinga
good parent. brian: mvp trophy still stand proudly in her parent's living room. now a memorial to a cawrtd murdered just before her 16th birthday. last september. mick kens was walking with business friend quail la gave voice when they were ambushed by ms-13 gang members. what reason? disagreement on social media. >> whatever was going on between kayla and them it, shouldn't have gotten this far. >> it just festered and i guess they made arrangements to put a hit on her. and my daughter is not going to leave her best friend. brian: ms-13 is believed to be responsible for 15 homicide in the last 16 months in suffolk county and at least eight of the victims, high school students. >> t the things happen after school where there is no supervision at all. that's what scares the kid. because usually i can sit here
and i can see my -- the kids get off the bus and run home. they used to walk home. now it's like boom, i'm out of here. brian: kay laps mother evelyn rodriguez says students are being tormented by gang members. >> i knew she was having problems the last two years. i have been going back and forth with the school district because of that because she was being bullied, targeted. everything can you think what these kid are going through nowadays at the high school it's happening. brian: ms-13 is one of the most dangerous and rapidly expanding criminal gangs in the world. they have at least 30,000 members from countries including he will value door, guatemala, honduras and mexico. >> no question people come to this country illegally who were ms-13 of their native country. brian: the suffolk county police department has arrested 125 ms-13 members. >> they often threaten people. if you are a young person, you don't speak english, you are here for the first time, you
don't have a supportive social network and a gang member says hey wee can provide that for you by the way if you don't, we will kill you, that leaves very little choice for some folks. brian: we all watched stunningly as a surge of children started coming across our border unaaccompanied. >> the problem is you are seeing a large number of children placed in discreet communities no. ocommunication with local governments. brian: this is not gang-on-gang. two least great ambitions against blood thirsty gang members. >> um-huh. brian: with no future who don't -- aren't even looking to do anything but wreak havocp. how do you deal with that? >> a lot of patience, a lot. >> they took the best thing that we had. and i'm not going to let her name go in vain. i will fight for her until the end for her victory. brian: what's victory? getting ms-13 out of this town?
>> try to keep brentwood safe. try to keep our children safe. brian: what they do. most of these ms-13 gang members from another country. they don't belong here. when you show up at a school district at a school. they have to take new and sign new even though you don't belong here. sucking the resources out of the school and go in and threaten people if you don't join this gang we know where you li or we know where your family is in el salvador we will get them that. what i they do is, too, they are not looking just to kill you. they are looking to kill you with hatchets and actions and . >> brian: they were walking back from basketball practice. they get killed on the street e tomorrow we will learn more about them. but here's the key. is that this is a working class area known for their work ethic. they need help to get these other people out, a normal community that somehow the government thought would be a
great idea to put these illegal unaccompanied minors in their community. and the next minute you can't even go -- ainsley: mom said they took the best thing that ever happened to us their daughter because of a social media war. brian: right. steve: unbelievable. brian is going to take us back there tomorrow to meet more. brian: we do a ride around to see what it is like with the cops. steve: it's worse than you heayouhear about. meanwhile straight ahead on this monday, the media running wild with report of a major white house shakeup around the corner. former trump campaign manager david bossie here to react in just about 10 minutes or. so. ainsley: newly crowned miss u.s.a. making headlines for this. >> do you think affordable healthcare for all u.s. citizens is a right or a privilege and why? >> i'm definitely going to say it's a privilege. ainsley: now she is being credit sighed for those comments.
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>> do you think it is a right or a privilege and why. >> i'm definitely going to say it's a privilege. as a government employee, i am granted healthcare and i see firsthand that, for one, to have healthcare, you need to have jobs. >> and do you consider yourself a feminist? >> i really don't want to consider myself -- women, we are just as equal as men when it comes to workplace. steve: there are you have kára
mccullough under fire for those answers they miss u.s.a. pageant. ainsley: here is the contributory of government gone wild her name is kristin tate. >> good to see you guys. steve: twitter blew up last night over this. >> oh my god. i have got to tell you guys this is so refreshing that she won this competition. this woman could be such a wonderful role model for young people today. she is african-american scientist who is not only obviously brilliant and beautiful but also appears to be a conservative so kudos to these miss u.s.a. judges who crowned her and celebrated true diversity, which is diversity of thought. but, leave it to the left wing moon bass out there to attack her because she doesn't fitted their narrative. and a lot of these people on twitter going through these attacks on her. a lot of people making these nasty attacks say they are feminists yet they are tearing down this strong woman because, again, she doesn't fit their narrative.
ainsley: heaven forbid someone be a conservatives in 20's. almost unheard of this day and age. if you are one, you need to stay quiet. >> thing she said wouldn't have been controversial 10 or 20 years ago. we have gone so far to the left under obama that now it is controversial. steve: when she was asked if she considered herself feminist he looks likes to feminism to equalism. >> that's what so horrifying. again she won. young people are spoon fed liberalism through junior high, high school and college up until the moment they receive their diplomas. we need more role models who encourage self-sufficiency, hard work she can be one of those rolled models. one of the things that is an issue and cause that i love is encouraging women to get into the science and math subjects because women are under represented in those subjects. great we have k. have someone out there to push women to get in these subjects.
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those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. with less pain, i can be more active. ask your doctor about lyrica. brian: before you log ton your computer this morning. >> the mother of all cyber attacks because it is the worse in history. >> president trump's most loyal supporters and staff members are saying the country is seeing the mother of all overracks to last week's firing of fbi director james comby. >> indications he may name a new fbi director before he leaves on friday. >> i think merrick garland would be a particularly good option given that he could have so much support from both side of the aisle. >> the u.s. vowing to tighten the screws after north korea test a missile they claim is capable of carrying a nuclear war head. >> the test came as one of kim's top diplomats suggested openness with talking to the u.s. >> are there too many undocumented people in america? yeah. why?
because we let over 30 years pass without adopting immigration update. >> one of you is moments away from becoming the next miss u.s.a. >> miss u.s.a. 2017 is district of columbia. [cheers and applause] ♪ let's see how far we've come ♪ i believe it all is coming to an end ♪ oh well. ainsley: yesterday i was in your neck of the woods in long island driving into the city and i see that scene. i see all the skyscrapers and i'm like i'm going home. i love your area. i know you are in the suburbs but i realize i am a city girl. i drive into the streets of new york and this is where dreams come true. brian: you are like a reverse eva gabor from green acres.
steve: times square says goodbye city life. brian: only with an accent. you started in rural south carolina where had you to work the field for a living. ainsley: i love to visit. i could never live there it's a fun place though. it represents to me like this is where your dreams really come true. my dream was to work with steve doocy and brian kilmeade. steve: just as matchbox 20 was saying look how far you've come. look how far you've come welcome to the show on the day after mother's day. hope had you a nice mother's day wherever you were. brian: where we were last week tackling the tough issues on everyone's mind. ainsley: talking about the fbi last week and we are going to continue that conversation. brian: and we're also going to talk about? steve: breakfast in bed? brian: is that a way to treat yourself and treat your mom breakfast in bed? janice: yes. yes. steve: janice dean is he yes. he doesn't like the idea of food particles in his bed.
ainsley: janice ate cake in mother day's in bed. steve: twitter feed how do you agree with steve or brian. steve: any time the kid want to serve you breakfast in bed a big thing. brian not a big fan. read you all of the emails. nancy said team brian here. absolutely no breakfast in bed. >> yuck. brian: i have the voice of the people. david writes steak and eggs. no crumbs, brian. good point. ainsley: that's true. can you get egg in the bed. leaves a spot cold and wetted against your back. steve: let's have a tie breaker here. david bossie former campaign manager for 2kru6r7. david, how do you feel about breakfast in bed? are you fan of that? >> it is not up to me. it is up to my wife and she is against it absolutely against breakfast in bed. ainsley: wait a minute. what if you are in a tropical resort and ask for room service? >> when we ever do that we
will let you know. [laughter] >> my wife would love to try that theory, actually. steve: let's talk to david a little bit about stuff in the news. first of all, democrats now are suggesting they are not going to vote on new fbi director unless there is a special prosecutor. what do you make of -- if you were it unkin tuning in. you have been under a rock. you didn't know what happened the previous week other than the president fired the fbi director which is in his authority, what would you make of the gigantic amendment of mainstream media and attention on this channel as well to this? >> well, it is very troubling thing. the democrats have nothing to offer the american people and haven't for the last several years, which is on a public policy level. which is why they keep going elections. and elections, as barack obama taught us, have consequences. and so donald trump comes as a change agent.
he comes as somebody who is elected by the people to come here and kick down a few doors and flip a few tables over and say the american people want change. and that's what this electric was about. that's why he is here. and it is a little disturbing to see the democrats play politics with the fbi director. saying you are going to slow down or shut down the senate over in such a hyper partisan way is really a dangerous thing for our democracy. and chuck schumer just got very small in my eyes. ainsley: they are trying to refight the election that is over. this was the narrative by the democrats all weekend long to get to the bottom of this. listen. >> he wants to know what happened here. let's get to the bottom of this. >> this investigation need to continue. they need to get to the bottom of it? >> i think an independent commission is the most comprehensive way to get to the bottom of that. >> that's the only way we are going to get to the bottom of this. >> it shows clearly he doesn't want to get to the bottom of. >> it we need to get to the bottom of this. >> it would be in everyone's
best interest to get to the bottom of this. >> maybe the republicans don't really want to get to the bottom of this thing. >> if anything, i think it's going to wanted them to get to the bottom of this more. >> a democracy can't function until we get to the bottom of. this we have to get to the bottom of the. brian: everyone's fax machine was working well. they got the message. >> they got one message. >> haven't we got the ken starr fitzpatrick message from the investigation? no party wants to lose control of an investigation therapy proudly in control of? >> in the 190s, there were, i believe, seven independent councils to bill clinton. at that time the democrats in the united states senate and in the house all objected vociferously against independent councils because they were working against them. now they know it is a way to legislative agenda. he has come here to change washington. the status quo.
when you are draining the swamp, the pa rye a the lizard, the things that live beneath start to come out. that is what this president is exposing. they are hysterical. the american people need to wake up and understand the democrats offer them nothing for their families, for their kids' education, for their jobs or their healthcare. they only offer more of the same which is a broken status quo. steve: when you look at the investigations that are going on right now. you've got one in the senate. you've got one in the house. you have got the thorough one being done by the fbi. nonpartisan. i don't know about the folks watching rights now, i trust the fbi. >> without a question. and having worked with many of the men and women over my career of the fbi, did is an incredible organization. all investigations are bigger than any one person, whoever is leading it james comey had nothing to do with the actual investigation. he was just the leader of the fbi. so, the president lost
confidence in james comey and now there is the democrat machine trying to say it all had to do with the russian investigation. brian: david, did the president make things hardered on himself last week with the lack of discipline with the communication and the message? >> well, i think the messaging shop in the communication shop need to do as good as job as the president is and i think that that is really the one thing that i'm hearing, you know, people are grumbling about that. that is -- everybody in the white house serves at the president's discretion, including the fbi director. and i think that's what we are going to hopefully see a new nominee this week. ainsley: do you think it's going to be someone who is not political? >> you know, it's hard to know that. i think there are many moves across the board for different types of people, whether they are career fbi agents, to lead the fbi. i personally think one of the two women that are up for the job would be one of the two
best opportunities. brian: fran townsend. >> fran townsend and alice fisher they are two tremendous intellects. tremendous law enforcement background. alice officialer i have known for over 20 years. she is incredible asset and would be a great leader of the fbi. brian: before i let you go, tell us about the chances of a staff shakeup. axials put out yesterday considering getting rid of priebus, bannon, spicer. these your friends. i know it puts you at odd position. what do you think? >> well, everybody, as i said a moment ago, related to the fbi i serves at the pleasure of the president. the president gets to decide his staff. and no one else does. these folks are doing an incredibly hard and difficult job. 24 hours a day. seven days a week for the american people. and trying to get the president's agenda through. steve: right. >> with that said, if the president want to make changes, it's up to him.
i think these people are incredibly smart. and very good at their jobs. if they could get the democrats to stop this permanent campaign against them, they might be able to have a little success. brian: you don't think there will be a change? >> i think, you know, monkeying around the edges and making staff changes in certain jobs, that's one thing. wholesale changes, i think that's mother of the palace intrigue that goes on in washington and the media. steve: david, the real problem the president has got right now is the leaking. because there are so many people who are working for the president who are picking up the phone and dropping a dime on what's going on. >> it's been unbelievable. i know that they lie as well. there are -- the media lies and the sources that they have. steve: people in the white house are lying to the press? >> no. i mean more of the media lying about the sources that they have. but the point here is this type of thing, the leaking makes it much more difficult for the staff and for the president to do their jobs.
if you look at the communications. brian: makes them not want to talk because he can't trust his own people. >> without question. if you look at the communications issue around the fbi firing of james comey, one of the reasons that the come shop had a tough time was it was such a close hold because of the leaks that they got a very last minute head up. i think that was part of the problem. but those are systemic within all white houses. ainsley: all right. david bossie. hope can you find time to take your wife on vacation. maybe just a weekend. brian: and east in the cafeteria. steve: that's right. david, thank you for helping us get to the bottom of that. ainsley: vacation, cafeteria? brian: yes, fuddruckers. jillian: i agree with you enjoy your time while you have it. let's get to a fox news alert. a warning before you log on to your commuter this morning. that massive global cyber attack could be far from over. security experts expecting
even more hacks today. the ransom ware hitting 200,000 victims and at least 150 countries so far. the white house holding emergency meetings to evaluate the attack. the hacker was exploit ago tool that may have been stolen from the nsa. also breaking right now, the u.s. vowing to tighten the screws after north korea tests a missile they claim is capable of carrying a nuclear war head. kim jong un celebrating after the long wage rocket flew for 30 minutes and crashed into the sea o. nikki haley condemning the watch. until he me our conditions. we're not sitting down with limb. thinking blackhawks player: --
giving up first class plane seat toe a soldier. she saw the soldie offered to be the switch. the flight attendant calling kaine a class act. and those are your headlines. and at that point, guys, it doesn't matter. if you're a hockey player, if you are a regular person, just someone like you or i, that story is just amazing. steve: it is awesome. that is great. brian: thanks, jil jillian. ainsley: who is the best candidate to drain the swamp in former fbi investigator bill daily is here with the options coming up next. brian: a lot of pictures. steve: and brian, this guy loves fast food so much he skipped the drive through and called in the chopper. >> exactly. plus, look who is in the green room. rob o'neill joins us on the curvey couch. thanks so much. ♪ life is a highway ♪ i'm going to ride it all
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but very well known. highly respected, really talented people and that's what we want for the fbi. brian: over the weekend the trump administration interviewing candidates to replace fbi director james comey. i don't know if you heard but he got fired. they could name someone soon this week. who are the candidates to drain the swamp? here are some of the top names and criteria needed for the position of former fbi guy bill daily here, an investigator himself. look at some of these guys and talk about their greatest assets. for example, these are the things that you believe they need, right? nonpartisanship. >> one things down here fortitude to be able to stay the course and make sure that they remain above board on all the investigations. brian: give mike rogers checkmark for nonpartisanship. >> hearings his position on benghazi and other cases.
brian: like you former fbi service. brian: put a checkmark there. >> check it is. >> positive outward personality. >> absolutely. brian: credible leader/fbi advocate? >> i would say. brian: next, alice fisher? >> i don't know much about her nonpartisan. brian: former doj head of criminal investigation. investigation and executive experience. >> great executive and investigative experience. probably say here. i don't know too much but can you see here she comes across pretty well in the picture anyway. >> bine. brian: put a dash here. dash there not known as republican. credible? >> absolutely. brian: people like her. >> fbi and criminal investigation. she is very credible and would be a great leader. >> adam leave. you say great investigative experience. and he is within the fbi and advocate for the culture the fbi. >> so adam lee, his name popped up.
acc special agent in charge the richmond office of the fbi currently. i would say nonpartisan no. indication of any partisanship. great investigative and executive experience. he actually worked a number of different areas in the fbi including political corruption, antitrust few of the areas. positive per sownna, outgoing, head of the office and incredible leader here. brian: real quick andrew mccabe. >> challenge for andrew. >> can't say nonpartisan. put a dash. veask experience? >> absolutely testimony. brian: credible? >> absolutely. executive leadership of the fbi for a long time. brian: these are just four. many more in there great job ben daily. meanwhile, coming up straight ahead, the feminists are crying out the g.o.p. healthcare bill is insult to women. have they even read it. dr. nicole saphier is here to separate fact from if i can. ♪ a thousand dreams ♪ doctor, doctor
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university's youngest graduate ever is. physics.etting his diploma congratulations. ainsley: you need to hire him he is going to be do yo do you . healthcare bill insult to women saying if it becomes law it will harm millions of americans including the poor, sick, and early. it will be especially disastrous for women. is that really true? here to separate fact from if i can is radiologist dr. nicole saphier. >> good morning. ainsley: let's go through some of these things mentioned in the article and find out if they are fact or if i can. is it a myth or fact? women's health is in danger under the ahca. >> stear these scare tactics on women are criminal. they really have to stop. under the ahca right now. one of the concerns is essentially no federal dollars will be able to be used at planned parenthood across the nation on any services, cancer
screenings, well in exams. what this means is in a lot of rural america, planned parenthood is the only place people go for well women's visits and get their cancer screenings and pap smears, this is concerning. unfortunately, abortion services and planned parenthood are synonymous in most family household. that's a fault of planned parenthood. they needed to separate their well women exams and visits and that from abortion supervisors and that would avoid the religious and emotional disorder there what we are going to see in the senate what w. what they're going to do with this. three things. business as usual which is not going to happen. you will not be able to convince everyone to give funding to places that have abortion. do we separate them? do we have a separate planned parenthood maybe and you different name. or are we going to spend billions of dollars to build new centers completely separate from planned parenthood. i'm not sure that's fiscally
responsible thing to do. ainsley: some taxpayers that don't want to give money to planned parenthood. for religious reasons. they don't want to support abortion. maybe that would be a great compromise. >> they need to separate the services. ainsley: is that not happening now? have they talked about that. >> they do offer different services at different types of locates. however, they need a much larger separation if they are going to convince bipartisan support to give funding to these centers. ainsley: next topic, all who received coverage under medicaid expansion will lose coverage according to this article under the ahca. is that true? >> all genera generalizations ae false including this one. people who already received coverage under et expassengers are it's not going to be pulled away from them if they have already gotten the coverage. the people most in jeopardy are the able bodied adults without children who are actually able to work. that doesn't mean their coverage is going away. they are going to be given money still. however, they may see work requirements.
they may have small premiums. they may have some deductibles, some co-pays because everyone need to give a little bit. we have to cut medicaid expansion and our last administration our federal deficit was record high. the current administration has to do something to correct that and a part of that is going to be less medicaid funding. ainsley: next thing that they address in the article is essential health benefits are no longer covered under the ahca. essential health benefits. that sounds like a myth to me. >> it's false and you know it the actual law actually still requires that we core them. in the waiver states would you will see much more coverage option. going away in the form. in the current form going away from cost sharing. a lot of people had complaints about that under the affordable care act. they didn't understand why they had to pay for someone else's maternity care. less cost sharing. they will be able to buy plans that are pertinent to their family's need. ainsley: it's so confusing. it would be great if you had a number to call because in every state it's different.
every person's situation is different. you can't just put a broad stroke or blanket statement over everything because every situation is different. it would be nice if there were a phone number you could call and say this is my issue. what's going to be covered? what is not? >> that sound like a great business plan. i think you should do it on the side. ainsley: thanks some. dr. saphier great to see you. this guy is definitely loving it the moment the fast food fan scripps the drive-thru and calls in the big guns. but, first, the man who called usama bin laden rob o'neill is here. come on in, rob. ♪ we weren't born ♪ come and get up off of yourpid ♪ come and get up off of yourpid kneesine. ♪ a meticulously crafted interior. all of these are feats of engineering. combining them with near-perfect weight distribution... ...is a feat of amazing.
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yesterday in florida. steve: it's our shot of the morning. no problem if you don't have a plane. you can now go sky diving into some free falling off of a drone. ainsley: this incredible video showing a dare devil parachute more than 1,000 feet to the ground after being dropped from 28 propeller drone. brian: a go pro. happening in laugh love i lav . could be. someone drowning send someone in, possibly. ainsley: into a fire. maybe someone is trapped in a burning building. steve: suddenly those drills are not as irritating if they can save people's lives and give you a degree brungy. brian: you should be. not everyone who goes to a radio shack should be able to get one.
ainsley: jillian mele is here with headlines. flu to our team. are you having fun yet? jillian: i am having funnel. jetblue is firing back at critics after a family claims they were kicked off a flight for storing a cake in the overhead bin. the airline says they put the deserted in the area reserved for safety equipment. and refused multiple requests to move it. the confrontation caught on video sparking outrage. >> has it been resolved? >> it's right here. >> it's right here. >> jetblue says the family also cursed at crew members. they plan to sue. families who sheltered nsa whistle blower edward snowden in hong kong are in hot water. the group of refugee refugees fi lanka now facing deportation. city rejecting requests for asylum. the lawyer calling decision retaliation for helping snowden. the former nsa contractor hifd in hong kong for two weeks in june of 2013 after revealing
extensive u.s. government surveillance. here's a question for you and think about it what do you do when your train is stuck for hours in the middle of nowhere? order pizza of course. he got angry when his train stalled in delaware. he called pizza place and delivery guy walked along the rocky tracks and dropped the pizza. the train arrived? d.c. few hours later. everyone has full bellies so that is good. forget the drive-thru for hungry pilot. all about the drive-thru. takes satisfies his fast food cravings to the next level. landing his helicopter next to mcdonald's in australia. climbs back in the chopper and flying away. i apologize because now everyone is probably hungry. those are your headlines. steve? steve: thank you very much. joining us we have rob o'neill the navy seal who killed usama bin laden. he is the author of best seller.
thanks juror joining us. >> thanks for having me. steve: may 2nd when you killed usama bin laden. now we are hearing from his son hamza. what is he up to. >> this isn't the first time he has been out and about doing stuff in 2005 he was involved with the owe pooingly assassinating benazir abeauty toe from pakistan. is he trying to make waves here. apparently is he charismatic and people like who-to-hear from him. he has a younger generation coming around. calling for the same stuff that isis wants. stay home where you are. attacks always the jews first. attack the americans, attack the romans, denmark and france. nothing is safe. using similar verbiage as his father. trying to bring the youth up to speed with the new jihadi tactics. steve: is it working? >> i think it is. they really they don't need to hijack planes and fly them into to buildings. take knives and stab people.
if they can bring terror to the homeland. is he trying to bring everyone together. his dad usama bin laden was working on a brand to the point where he was actually mad at isis for being so brutal. a lot of al qaeda and iraq the public beheadings and burning people alive. he had a brand to worry about. that's what he was saying and hamza is trying to bring that back to a younger generation. steve: is is he grooming himself. ayman zawahiri was doing that. >> is he not as cares mastic and doesn't have the following. steve: where is he at. >> pakistan. hamza is there too. got leadership of isis trying to leave raqqa the capital in syria. trying bring them together. he is saying all muslims come together. is he require tired of them brag off. al qaeda has been hiding lately. if we get complacent. i think we are better at defending ourselves now. but can't forget about al qaeda. trying to bring everyone
together for same ideology. steve: struggle in the terrorist community who is number one isis or al qaeda? >> they both come from the same form out same who h mohabit talks with couriers trying to talk to each other see who is who. abu al baghdady. take the ayman al-zawahiri. de facto brand of al qaeda. same branch out of the same part of the world and want the same ideology. they are trying to work -- isis is start toggle get squeezed in raqqa. going mosul. either need to get back out in the desert. there is a better save haven for them in pakistan which is where al qaeda is pretty much. they are in 20 countries right now. a lot of them are in syria and pakistan. it's like nailing gel lowe to the wall. going to fall off. steve: good way to put it rob. thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. steve: college campuses more
liberal than ever. should schools be hired to hire conservative professors to balance things out. one administrator is doing that we deal bait it next. some inventive young students becoming fast friends with president trump. >> that looks like a mean machine did you right there. how did you come up with the name trump? does anybody have an idea? >> simply because it conquers all. [laughter] steve: mainstream media won't but we will meet these young rocket engineers live coming up on "fox & friends" from north carolina ♪ go home ♪ ♪ go, gool ♪ go big or go homebo ♪ e. and because we pay him a fair price, he improves his farm and invest in his community to make even better coffee. all for a smoother tasting cup. green mountain coffee.
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chicago facility. it isn't the first for the cook county jail. more than 400 employees called out sick for mother's day last year. and this week we honor our brave police officers who made the ultimate sacrifice. thousand of officers across the country holding a candlelight vigil in washington marking national ng ate week. half-staff. 49 officers have died in the line of duty this year. steve: meanwhile no secret college campus more liberal than ever. should we bring back the affirmative action style programs which they love to force of the hiring of conservatives to balance out all the liberals. here with a debate we have got democratic stat gist michael star hawkins he joins us in the studio and host of the blaze lawrence jones joins us today from dallas. good morning, guys,. >> thank you for having us. >> based on op-ed prosecute from president of wesleyan university. he wrote in part we need affirmative action program for
the full range of conservative idea ofs and traditions because, on too many of our campuses they seldom get the sustained scholarly attention that they deserve. would you agree with that michael? >> look, i think the conservatism has a place on college campus just like liberalism does. i think that one of the problems that has been created, i have to say by republicans is this mocking of safe spaces and this kind of mocking of the ability to engage in really open discussion has created a place where people are tribalistic and gone into their own bubbles. now we are finding that on college campuses not just from democrats but from republicans as well. steve: lawrence? >> i think the reality of it is why conservatives mock safe spaces because in the real world they don't exist. i would note that also on these college campuses there isn't a place for conservinconservatism. don't get tenure.
shunned because of their ideology. it's old team to suggest that somehow conservatives are welcome on campus on under the pressure of the current climbed. >> i went to college in florida a state that has a very strong tie to conservatism. we had conservatives on our college at eckert college. we had open discussion. i think it's ironic to hear republicans being the pc police and problem with political correctness but also want to criticize democrats. >> nobody is advocating for political correctness. searches aren't the ones asking to silence liberals. all we're saying is don't silence our speech. when you see liberals on college campuses being cancelled for their speeches. i see it all the time when it comes to conservatives. you decide you want to burn the city down when you don't like no one's speech. no matter if you agree for it or not, people have a right to voice the opinion and allow the american people to decide
if they agree or disagree. let of the dialogue take place. steve: the dialogue did not take place out in berkeley where milo was not allowed to speak ann coulter. >> jean shapiro. steve: here is how bad it is when it comes to how few conservative voices there are on campus. this particular op-ed was written by the guy who is the president at wesleyan university in the northeast. he writes in new england where my own university is located, liberal professors outnumber their conservative colleagues by a ratio of 28 to 1. now, michael if you are going to one of those schools, and you want a view of the world, you're north going to get it there because you only have the left point of view as presented by an overwhelming number of the people who are on the staff. >> so as i said i went to school in florida where there was strong conservative ties. there we had conservative
professors, we had liberal professors. up north where it's predominantly democrat i don't think it's a surprise to see predominantly democrat professors. to turn back to something you said earlier milo and ann coulter. with power comes great responsibility. our word matter. they weren't blocked for being on campus because of what they were saying. it walls because of the threats of. steve: right, simply the threats. it's not like anything happened. it was just the threat of trouble. >> the word they are using. the way they are talking about people. >> that's speech. >> but i'm not condoning or justifying what they say, but i am saying that m milo. members of the republican party need to be more thoughtful about the way they say things. >> democrats can say whether a they want. >> one side say people have free speech and other side they do. which is it. >> is there not anybody on the left that has hateful speech? i mean you have bernie sanders. >> we have both side.
>> bartender saying take people's money. but he was still allowed to come on liberty university. so, what i'm saying is that there is extremists on both sides, but conservatives don't trito shut your side down. steve: michael, let me ask you this question. what do you think the demographics of the united states are politically? >> what percentage democrat and what percentage republican and independent? >> i would say 50/50 each way. steve: how about if college campuses are reflected that in the number of people though are on their staff? >> if america is 50/50 republic, democrat? why not have similar thoughts out on college campuses, lawrence? >> will, they won't because they the crew the university. i was at cpac a month ago and one of the college professors said she couldn't take a photo of me e. because she would be fired.
>> i think the university of mississippi and alabama is dominated by democrats is laughable. it's the reflection of the environment. so umass probably more liberal. >> academia. >> why is it always labeled as elitists? when we talk about colleges and universities and higher education we should bridge the divide not label as elitist. >> have you a college degree, don't you? >> i do. steve: we will end it right there. great chat on this monday morning michael and lawrence. thank you very much. >> thanks, steve. steve: what do you think of this? email us at foxnews.com. watch next change in the oval office. >> that looks like a mean machine did you right there. how did you come up with the name trump? does anybody have an idea? >> simply because it conquers all. [laughter] steve: good ad-lib. mainstream media won't report this story but we will. rocket engineers live straight ahead. good morning
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♪ brian: some inventive young high school students became vast friend with president trump. showing off science fair project at the white house. rocket model inscribed with big gold capital letters bearing his namesake trump. >> that looks like a mean machine you did right there. how did you come up with the name trump. does anybody have an idea? >> simply because it conquers all. [laughter] ainsley: joining us now some of those great students from victory christian center school, which is in charlotte, north carolina. we have jordan spencer and we have tala faulkner along with
team coach kimberly williams. good morning to all of you. >> good morning. ainsley: okay. i will start with some of the students. jordan, tala i will start with you. what was it like to meet the president and be in the oval office? >> well, it was very exciting to meet the president. i know none of us have ever met him before or met a president at all. so it was totally a shocker to meet him. he even signed our rocket for us over here. brian: nice. you put his name on first. fafantastic. kimberly as somebody who had to put together this whole project, why the rocket? why trump? >> well, we put it together because we were competing in a team america rockety challenge. one of the things we like to do at victory is allow our children to be creative and innovative, with that said they came up with the name trump because they wanted to conquer all.
and it's part of our school motto. we are more than conquerors through jesus christ. ainsley: beautiful. jordan, how did you go from making this rocket and calling it trump to being invited to the oval office? how did he hear about it? >> to be honest, we did not expect that this was going to happen. but we greatly do appreciate and we thank all the people that got us to this point. yeah. it was just truly an honor and a blessing. brian: i noticed there was a pause after he said you know how did you name trump, why was trump the right name for it? what did you say, jordan? >> why we named it trump? brian: yeah. >> just like my teacher ms. williams said. trump, we made it a verb. trump to conquer all. aligns perfectly with our school motto romans 8:37 in all these things we are more than conquers through him that loved us. just like him we conquer all.
ainsley: kimberly, what a wonderful experience for you i'm sure teach at christian university and ray these fine christian individual. i think it's beautiful. were you worried they decided to name their name trump? were you worried that some the judges that might not have voted for him would hold it against you? >> no. because we believe fairness and because we allow jesus christ to go before us. we are not fearful of what people may think because one of the things that my team decided that we are going to stand on what we believe. and so, therefore, when we named it trump, we were standing on what we believe. we wanted to be conquerors. we wanted to be successful. and that was our goal. so we went out to conquer the land. brian: all right. tayla, jordan and kimberly. great team work. congratulations. ainsley: they didn't win the competition but it did launch them into the oval office so i guess they did walk away
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the all-new audi q5 is here. >> a warning before you log onto your computer this morning. >> the mother of all cyber attacks because it is the worst in history. >> president trump's most loyal supporters and staff members are saying the mother of all reactions to last week's firing of fbi james comey. >> when you are draining the swamp, the lizards, the things that start to live beneath come out, and that's what the president is exposing. >> indications he may name a new fbi director before he leaves on friday. >> i think mayor merrick garland would be a good option, being that he provides so much from both sides of the aisle. >> north korea tests a missile they claim is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
>> the turks came as one of kim's top diplomats suggested openness of talks between the u.s. >> having a missile test is not the way to talk with the president. because he's not going to do it. >> because we've let over 30 years pass without adopting an immigration update. >> one of you is moments away from becoming the next ms. usa. >> ms. usa 2017 is district of columbia. [cheers and applause] brian: what did she say? if my life stops me. ainsley: be on that show to try to say the lyrics. brian: what does she think she's saying? ed, do you know? steve: it's not the life on broadway.
it's the life on 6th avenue. welcome aboard, folks. we've got the lights on here on studio e. brian: the lights are on. steve: the lights. that's the name of the song. think about the lights, brian. ainsley: what is she saying? ♪ ♪ brian: the lights that stop me turn to stone. steve: yeah. thankfully, that doesn't really happen. brian: what does that mean? ainsley: that happened in the bible. someone was turned to stone. brian: who was that? steve: meanwhile, let's talk a little bit about things in the news where nobody gets hurt by life. first off, we know over the weekend that trump department of justice it sounds like they interviewed at least eight candidates to replace james comey who as you know was fired by the president of the
united states last tuesday. we're about to play a sound byte of chuck schumer for you, the leading democrat in the senate. the senators saying, look, unless we get a special prosecutor, we're not going to vote on a new fbi director. does that work? here's the senior senator from new york. >> senator mark warner, he's a top democrat on the intelligence committee. he wants the democrat party to refuse to vote on the nomination of a new fbi director until a special prosecutor is appointed. do you support that move? >> yeah. i think there are a lot of democrats who feel that way, we'll have to discuss it as a caucus, but i would support that. ainsley: here's what gets me. they don't even know who the nominees are. the president has not even said. steve: it doesn't matter. it's all political. ainsley: it doesn't matter. they're already ready to say we don't like that person. even if it's merrick garland, the judge they wanted for supreme court. mitch mcconnell even said he would be good for the fbi. steve: they could nominate chuck schumer, and they would
be against chuck schumer. ainsley: not going to happen i am not that's what they want for a special prosecutor. because what they want to do is be able to nullify the president's agenda and to do that, they have to keep this russia investigation going. and if you get to the special prosecutor, they're going to go radio silent in both the senate and the house because it's going to be in somebody else's hands and the only thing that would merge from the investigation would be leaks. so unless you lose faith in adam schiff, unless you lose faith in senator, unless you lose faith in everybody on the oversight committee or the -- steve: the entire fbi. brian: yeah, so senator lindseyy graham. so unless you lose faith of all of your colleagues, you should leave it out to the senator out there. but this is chuck schumer overplaying his hand. he's going to fight, fight, fight, and again he's going to lose again. ainsley: what does that is about the senate intel committee that is investigating this. are they saying they're not doing a good job?
steve: look, it's all politics, ultimately. and here's the raw reality of the politics and that is to confirm the next fbi director. it just takes 51 votes, thanks to harry reid. and you know what? the republicans have got 52. it's going to be, you know -- the president has said it sounds like we could have a name by friday. brian: but this might be something where republicans and, you know, if this continues like last week, some republicans were really upset, by the way, president trump handled everything last week. and they might not be an automatic vote for -- especially if this is a political appointee. i think people like senator bury and john mccain can't just say wait a second. i can't okay anything. i have to make sure we get some democrat support on this. ainsley: maybe democrat liked comey in that position because they knew he wasn't goof indict hillary clinton. maybe they're worried whoever takes the place could open that investigation. we asked david bossie what he thought about all of this, the
democrats being hysterical over comey's firing. here's what he had to say earlier. >> when you are draining the swamp, the lizards, the things that live beneath start to come out and that's what the president is exposing. these people are hysterical. to see the democrats play politics with the fbi director, saying you're going to slow down or shut down the senate over -- in such a hyper part of the sin way, is really a dangerous thing for our democrat. and chuck schumer just got very small in my eyes. steve: well, here's the thing. now the liberals are saying the president obstructed justice by firing mr. comey because he said -- donald trump said he didn't like the russia probe, and that was on his mind when he fired comey. here's ultimate what happens is presidents often disagree with the decisions their deputies make and sometimes they can fire them. this becomes the standard where you can't fire people on your own team. he decided it was time for a change, and he did it. democrats are doing their best
to make it seem like it's a crisis. brian: but in fairness, the democrats are taking to a advanced level. but in fairness, the president couldn't have done it a worst job of rolling it out, communicating it, and then his follow-up interviews blew the whole thing up. and when he sat down and contradicted his own communication team, that gave democrats who were born to go against him, fuel. and guess what? the word they brought up over and over again was watergate. >> some are comparing this to watergate. >> obstruction, of course one of the articles in impeachment during watergate. >> there are many parallels to watergate. >> that's understandable people are comparing it to watergate. >> the capitol is filling with echoes of watergate. >> these are the kinds of mistakes that were made during watergate. >> from the days of watergate. >> the whole echo of watergate. >> this is richard nixon on steroids. steve: okay. so the two watergate investigators for the washington post were bob woodward and carl bernstein. here's bob woodward yesterday on fox news sunday. is there a connection to
watergate? watch. >> this is not yet watergate. not a clear crime on the russian issue is senator warner and others have said, you know, there are 1,000 questions, and they should be answered. but there's no evidence that president trump at this point was somehow involved in collusion here. ainsley: no evidence. brian: yeah, no evidence. clapper said even though he tried to walk it back yesterday. but what happens is now there's new focus on the russia investigation because of the firing of the fbi director. but if you take a second and take a deep breath, he actually -- removing james comey does anything for the investigation, except for underline it and democrats should be happy about that. steve: real obstruction involves obstruction of evidence, intimidating witnesses, lying to the fbi, none of those are alleged here at this point. brian: so let's talk about ms. usa. steve: to bob woodward's point, where's the crime? ainsley: so last night if you
were flipping through channels, you probably noticed ms. usa was on. i'm not sure if you noticed it. there's the winner. she's from dc. her name is kara. she's very smart. she's a nuclear scientist. brian: and some of the answers that she gave got her i guess in trouble with people who are in the political elk. listen. >> do you think affordable health care for all u.s. citizens is a right or privilege and why? >> i'm definitely going to say it's a privilege. as a government employee, i am granted health care, and i see firsthand that for one, to have health care, you need to have jobs. >> and do you consider yourself a feminist? >> i don't really want to consider myself. women, we are just as koalas men when it comes to opportunity in the workplace. steve: okay. so those are the on tv answers that she gave to the two questions. meanwhile, people were watching her, and they thought i really liked her until she started talking. ainsley: my goodness.
someone tweeted this: dang, i wanted misty c to win but i'm sorry. affordable health care is not a privilege. health care should be a human right. #ms. usa. brian: meanwhile molly tweeted this out. dc just lost my vote. health care shouldn't be a privilege for only people with jobs. #ms. usa. steve: and here's another one. let's see. yes, ms. dc, you go, girl. one of my favorite questions regarding health care, and i could have answered it better myself. so what do you think about this? she, by the way, is a scientist for the u.s. nuclear regulatory commission. so you're right. she's smart. ainsley: uh-huh. all right. let's hand it over to another smart one. jillian who is new to our team for your philosophy. >> yeah. ainsley: worked in local news in philly for a long time. >> about ten years. news and sports. covered it all. steve: kind of like our show. >> yes. exactly. good morning to you guys. we want to start right now with a fox news alert. the national security council
is monitoring a tense situation with north korea after the rogue nation claims it tested a nuclear numerical missile with the potential to reach the u.s. kim jong-un celebrating after the rocket flew for 30 minutes, crashed off the coast of russia. russian president vladimir putin calling the test dangerous and asking for a peaceful resolution with north korea. nikki haley the u.s. ambassador to the un also condemning the launch. >> having a missile test is not the way to sit down with the president. i can tell you he can sit there and say all the condition he wants until he meets our conditions, we're not sitting down with him. >> the un security council holding an emergency meeting tomorrow. keep you posted. also breaking right now, a warning before you log onto your computer this morning. that massive global cyber attack is far from over. the virus already spreading to thousands of more computers today as people try to log in at work. the ransomware hitting 200,000 victims in at least 150 countries over the weekend. the white house holding
emergency meetings to evaluate the attack. the hackers exploiting a tool that may have been stolen from the nsa. a flight tenet now being blamed for a major security scare at united airlines. the wall street journal reports the attendant mistakenly exposed codes to access the cockpit online. the codes have been taken down but the union says the problem is fixed. no word now on the flight attendant job status. and this could be the best story of the day. chic fill a employees saying happy birthday to their coworker who suffers hearing loss. take a listen. ♪ happy birthday to you. >> the employees in oklahoma learned how to sign happy
birthday to their coworker james. they say they are thankful he's a part of their team. steve: that is the best present. >> that's incredible. that's hard to learn. brian: it is. ainsley: what a great story. thank you. steve: meanwhile straight ahead on this monday, eric holder is back, lecturing the trump administration on how to enforce the law. but will anybody bother to listen to that? we're going to talk about that coming up next. brian: plus, parents at one school threatening to sue because the high school mascot the rebel is too scary for their kids. termites, feasting on homes 24/7.
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show host, executive director of the black sphere and fox news contributor mr. kevin jackson. hey, kevin, good to see you. >> you too, ainsley. ainsley: thank you. what did you think of eric holder's comment? >> not surprised. eric holder has effectively lost his sanity when it comes to this. you know, it's funny. we look at crime and if you ask me the politics out of it, if you allow the petty crimes to persist, they're going to escalate to bigger crimes. and prop 48 is a perfect example where they implemented it back in 2014 and raised the limits to shoplifting to $950 to be considered a felony. and what did it do? it created much more shoplifting. ainsley: it encourages more crime. >> absolutely. ainsley: do you think he got his feelings hurt? what piece said that jeff sessions policy was dumb, but it seems pretty foolish to me when you look at -- he only wants the harshest punishments for only serious high level or violent drug traffickers.
so if it's not too bad in his mind, you're going to be fine. you're going to stay out of prison. >> it's a common sense approach to a problem that we understand we have to deal with. and, look, the republicans need to address criminal justice reform, and i've been one of the proponents of this saying you can't allow people to go to prison for petty things. ainsley: why not? >> it has had quite the opposite effect. as opposed to having criminals rethink that third strike, which is what the law was for, it's actually saying, hey, we're going to lower the bar in effect and let you have more attempts at criminality than what you should. so, look, we're talking about an administration withbama, witr that allow for probably the most lawlessness ever. they run guns into mexico, they've gotten people killed. they've allowed things like the ferguson effect to take categorization replace all over the country and for eric holder to come out and talk
about some policy being dumb is truly the pot calling the kettle black. he has literally been the worst attorney general in the history of this country. so most would say it's a very common sense approach and instead of looking at it personally, which is the way eric holder does or through the prism of blackness because that's what -- being honest, that's how he's looking at it, he's not looking at it through the common sense approach that's saying let's limit the amount of crime that happens in this country because it's going to make for a better society. ainsley: the fear is you just don't want people who are dealing drugs or doing drugs to say, hey, now we can do it because we're not going to -- if we do get caught, we're not going to prison. >> right. and real quick, ainsley. one of the funny things about the act they pass in prop 47 is they called it the safe neighborhoods and schools act. so what a nice euphemism for something that says we're going to allow more criminality up to almost $1,000 you can run into a place and steal. by the way, it did have an impact on drugs because what
it didn't do is let people go into rehab because they were no longer considered criminals. so it -- all of these things have fallout. ainsley: maybe we can fix the problem. thanks. kevin jackson here live with us. thank you. we appreciate that. we'll be right back introducing coppertone whipped. new sun protection like you've never seen or felt. it absorbs quickly. and leaves your skin feeling soft and smooth while helping to prevent sun damage. new coppertone whipped. because protection matters.
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decide if the travel pause on citizens from muslim-majority nations is about regional or national security. and chelsea manny -- we know this already. we got that story already. good. steve. steve: thank you very much, brian. did you hear democrats say they want to get to the bottom of the russian scandal? watch. >> a democracy can't function without trust. we've got to get to the bottom of this. >> we have to get to the bottom of what the heck happened here. >> if anything, i think it's going to make them want to get to the bottom of this more. >> i'm pressing as quickly as possible to continue with this investigation, get to the bottom of what's going on. >> i think an independent commission is the most comprehensive way to get to the bottom of that. >> get to the bottom of it. but new evidence suggests they may have been crafting this story library for months. here to join us brad wood house screen left appropriately and the executive director of the republican party dallas wood
house, he's on the right, and he joins us today from raleigh. good morning. >> hey, how are you doing, steve? >> dallas, let's start with you. it seems to well coordinated that everybody would want to get to the bottom of that when it comes to the democrats. this is a story line they've been working on for a while and now it's picking up more and more momentum. >> well, if you read the shatter book, you know, that the story the failed clinton campaign, they decided immediately to not take any responsibility for the election loss and try to find things like russia to blame it on. the thing is i don't think it's helping the democrats find a way out of the acin answering the problems that people have in the country. i was had a republican meeting over the past week. we were looking at a lot of polling, and it's clear that even people who is not necessarily vote for president trump want the democrats to cooperate with him and try to find answers to the problems
that face americans, and they're not doing that right now, and i think that's hurting. steve: brad, i think you would say this is helping your party. >> i don't think this is a question of helping one party or the other, steve. it's not just democrats that want to get to the bottom of russian interference in our election and determining whether or not that interference included working with the trump campaign. >> and those are two different things? >> of course two different things. but, look, it's not just democrats. richard bursa republican from north carolina, dallas, who chairs the senate. john mccain is a republican, he wants to get to the bottom of it. lindsey graham is a republican, they want to get to the bottom of it. this is not a question of party. this is a question of whether republicans will put their country ahead of their party and really investigate this. steve: but, brad, when you've got senator schumer out on the sunday shows saying, you know, i heard senator warner say
maybe we shouldn't vote on this until we get -- new fbi director -- until we get a special prosecutor, that looks impersonal obviously the person who's going to be a fbi director isn't going to be a political person, we don't think. >> are you kidding me, steve? i mean, donald trump just admitted that he fired the fbi director because of the investigation. steve: no, he didn't say because. he said it was bothering him. he said he was thinking about it when he fired him. >> he said he thought about it when he fired him. steve: do you think it was obstruction of justice? >> well, look, there have been calls for an investigation to determine whether or not it was obstruction of justice. what i'm saying is of course an independent counsel or commission should investigate this. you can't trust donald trump to appoint an fbi director to do it. he just fired one for doing it. steve: dallas, we'll give you the final 15 seconds. >> well, steve, it's obvious that democrats are against anything that donald trump does. even if he does exactly what they say they want him to do
like fire comey. they were calling for him to be fired. >> that's not true, dallas. that's not true. democrats did not -- >> anything that donald trump does. steve: dallas and brad wood house, that's why we get them on here to get both sides of the story. >> thank you very much. steve: it's like that every time. meanwhile it's 8:30 here in new york city and fox news alert hackers turn the nsa's own tools, at least one of them unleashing a cyber attack that could rear its ugly head again today. ed henry takes us live into that story next. he's live in our studio. plus one school be threatening sue because the high school mascot is too scary for their ks ♪ when it comes to heartburn... trust the brand doctors trust.
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brian: like many families cannot get together on every birthday, so you have to consolidate birthdays. so it was my own job to pick up my own birthday cake, and i went into a take a break barker choice, and i said can you put these three names on and say happy birthday? and i realized. take a look. right away. i said this guy's not very great at penmanship. ainsley: happy birthday to. steve: karen, and brian. brian: for those who know that out there, it is -- ainsley: they know how to spell brain. they just don't have a brain of writing the name brian. brian: i mean, that is done by the bakery expert. the happy birthday there. it looks like i woke up a preschooler to write that out, quite honestly.
ainsley: i hope you got that for free. brian: i didn't know until we opened up the cake. steve: you picked it up. brian: i bought it. i will say this, steve. the more i think about it. i said can i take a look? he's, like. and he rolled his eyes. he popped it out of the book and said how well are you going to look at it? steve: i have a problem with birthday? ainsley: can we put it up one more time? it says karen -- it looks like maybe a dot, brain, and then three. brian: instead of an ampersan ampersand. i'm ultimately to blame. i picked it up. that's why we spelled our son's name with a y. so he would never be spelled brain. ainsley: ed henry, come on in. >> that's funny. you're cutting into my time, though. ainsley: sorry. >> joking. steve: let's talk a little bit about this. big story over the weekend, this whole cyber attack.
it sounds like an nsa tool has been used as ransomware. >> we heard about all of these leaks for years and will it have an impact? maybe it finally is. you're going to have over 100 countries affected and this is not just hacking e-mails, this is big systems. hospitals, for example. this scares the heck out of people, and it should because if it keeps spreading, where does it end? steve: we'll give you control of your computer back for $300. >> yeah. and it's interesting the president directed his staff on friday to get on top of this. they had a meeting in the situation room we were told on saturday. it's interesting to me we spent all of this time talking about russia hacking. important issue? yes. months and months and months. we'll see if democrats on the hill actually get on top of this and say this is something that's impacting people all around the world. what are we going to do about it? brian: hit russia maybe the hardest. they believe it came from somewhere in eastern europe, and they were able to hack into the nsa and use some of the methods we use in the
nsa to hack into other people's systems and used some of the old visors that was out there. >> sure because you have people coming back to work all around the world, people in asia as people started to come back on monday, it's expanding. brian: because you're going to log in and spread. >> people hadn't logged in all weekend. brian: it started with just one fishing e-mail? ainsley: was that a request he? i'm sorry. i am not trying to interrupt you. brian: go ahead. ainsley: let's talk about the white house because this is your expertise. what's happening there? are they going to -- the mainstream media is saying there's this huge reboot that he's going to possibly fire priebus, bannon, spicer. >> i think we should be skeptical because we've seen this narrative in the mainstream media before that the president's going to blow things up, bannon's out. we heard that weeks ago when i'm hearing maybe a demotion, maybe a shifting of roles. but bannon's not going to leave, and he didn't leave.
we'll see now what happens. i'm hearing that it's more serious than the previous tweaking and that there's going to be a shift in the white house. we are going to see changes. brian: well, look how smooth his foreign policy is going now. his domestic foreign policy is the problem. but i heard bannon was against the firing of comey at that time. >> i think if you listen very closely to what david bossie said on the program earlier, he's someone very wired in to the white house, and he was suggesting it's not going to be as big as the media is suggesting, chief of staff and bannon and others leaving, but david bossie did clearly say something is going on to the communications team. steve: and leaking is a problem there. >> thank you, guys. steve: thanks, ed. it is 23 minutes before the top of the hour. jillian joins our team today, and she's in charge of the headlines. >> you guys, good morning to you as well. responding to a birthday cake backlash. yes, you heard me right. a family claims they were kicked off a flight for
storing a cake in the bin. they put the dessert in an area reserved for safety equipment, and they refused multiple requests to move the contact i. the confrontation caught on camera. >> has the that issue been resolved? >> it's right here. >> the family plans to sue. a high school team name sparking major outrage and even death threats. the south burlington to drop the nickname rebels saying previous connections to the confederacy may make some kids feel unsafe. they want the community to vote to keep the name, not the school board. young students became best friends with president trump showing off their award-winning science project at the white house named after the commander-in-chief. the kids headed to a nationwide competition to launch the rocket. they joined us earlier to explain the inspiration behind their project.
>> made the lines perfectly with our school motto. romans 8:37. may all these things we are more conqueror use through him loved us. so just like that for all. >> well, the kids did not win their competition but as you can imagine, it's one of those stories, guys, they will never forget. a big, big day for them. steve: they're already winners. ainsley: that's right. they were invited for the white house. brian: up next, president trump compared them to al-qaeda and vowed to take them down. >> they are being swept out of the country so fast. you know, we go into towns like in long island, where i grew up, and we go into towns that i've known and the towns are living in fear. brian: they are. and i actually went to long island, met some of those families living in fear who have lost a love one in a brutal way to ms13. you'll get part one of a two-part series next
steve: this is a story we've all been talking about. a surge of violence. dozens of murders all tied to a notorious street gang ms13. ainsley: many of them happening in new york and brian's on the streets to find out how the community's handling the situation. brian: now, meanwhile, the city is under siege at this hour. they've got a quadruple murder that is unsolved, it happened three weeks ago and all because of ms13. and there's no end in sight. now parents of two victims are taking a stand speaking out against these criminals. watch. >> why is it important seeing this in your living room? >> it's a reminder of being a good parent. >> mvp trophy still stand proudly in their parents living room. now a memorial to a daughter murdered just before her 16th birthday. last september she was walking
with her best friend when they were ambushed by ms13 gang members. the reason? a disagreement on social media. >> whatever was going on between kayla and them, it shouldn't have gotten this far. >> it just festered, and i guess they made arrangements to hit -- put a hit on her. and my daughter's not going to leave her best friend. >> ms13 is believed to be responsible for 15 homicides in the last 16 months and at least eight of the victims, high school students. >> to think it happens after school where there's no supervision at all, and that's what scares the kids because usually, i can sit here, and i can see my -- the kids get off the bus and run home. they used to walk home. now it's like boom. i'm out of here. >> kayla's mother, evelyn rodriguez says students are being tormented by gang members.
>> i know she's been having problems in school for the last two years, i've been going back and forth with the school district saying she was being bullied, targeted, all of these things that the kids are going through these days is happening. >> 13 is one of the most dangerous and rapidly-expanding criminal gangs in the world. they have at least 30,000 members from countries including el salvador, honduras, and mexico. >> there's no question that people are coming to this country who were ms13 in native countries. >> have arrested more than 125ms13 members. >> they often threaten people. so if you're a young person, you won't speak english, you're here for the first time, you won't have a supportive social network and a gang member says, hey, we can provide that for you and, by the way, if you won't, we'll cull. that leaves very little choice for some folks. >> but we all watched stunningly as surged children started coming across our
border without accompany. >> the problem is you're seeing a larnelle number of children placed in discrete communities, no notification to local governments. >> this is not gang on gang. these are two athletes, students, with great ambitions against blood thirst gang members with no future who don't -- aren't even looking to do anything other than weak havoc in peoples lives. how do you deal with that? >> a lot of patience. a lot. >> they took the best thing we have. and i'm not going to let her name go in vein. i will fight to her for the end for victory. >> what's victory? getting ms13 out of this county? out of the country? >> to keep our children safe. brian: met with attorney general last week, and there's going to be more fbi involved, more gang units, we went out
with a gang unit, and we'll see that tomorrow. ainsley: the way they killed these girls is so brutalities. steve: and mainly all in this country illegally. brian: absolutely. and here's the other thing. they have jobs the during the day. they're in car washes and then at night, they wreak havoc and they don't look to shoot you, they look to terrorize you and torture you. steve: you have another part tomorrow; right? brian: yeah, we see what it's being like being an officer, a detective. ainsley: i'm so sorry for those families. brian: i know. steve: great report. ainsley: yeah, thanks, brian. steve: meanwhile, they take extreme measures to save and improve the lives of hundreds of people. dave and dr. mark just got back from mission for mercyships. they join us next. brian: hey, what's going on? break through your allergies. try new flonase sensimist allergy relief instead of allergy pills.
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>> north korea claims it successfully tested a longer range missile that it can equip with a nuke. as the trump administration vows to tighten the screws on kim jong-un, senator sits on the foreign relations committee. he joins us live. plus, the fbi search for a new director is on. he may scrap briefings and issue written statements instead. and there are still fears a worldwide malware attack may be far from over. bill and i will see you at the top of the hour with those stories and much more. ♪ ♪ >> it is a unique organization. it bringing services to countries that would otherwise never have access. it gives us the flexibility to bring first world health care
to the developing world. >> we want the day to come when all the nations on earth are able to care for their people and have a long ways to go. ainsley: mercy ships brings first worldthetic less developed countries. all free of charge. and fox news dana just came back from her second trip with the organization. visiting the mercy ship in west africa. steve: that's right and dana joins us right now along with volunteer global for mercy ships dr. mark who just returned from his 11th month-long tour on the ship. >> good morning. steve: how did you find out about mercy ships? >> through president bush because i was very active in the post presidency for helping support for age relief and other work that george w. bush and laura bush had initiated for africa, and i had been asked by mercy ships to come and do a q&a with them, to moderate a conversation, and i ended up learning more about their organization, and i said to my husband, we need to go see this for ourselves.
so about a year later, we went to congo, and that's where i first met dr. shrine. brian: what got you involved? 11 times back and forth. where's the reward for you? >> there's a lot of reward. i think it's rewarding just clinically. the cases that we are see are more difficult than the cases we would see here, often. but there's a reward to being able to use the skills that you've trained, you know, 15, 20 years to use in the service of people who wouldn't have it otherwise. steve: what's your aspect? when you're over somewhere, what are you helping people with? >> i do head and neck tumors. any tumors you get above your collar bone, those are mine. steve: and it's specialized so people from those countries, there's no options there. >> yeah. we see a lot of tumors not because they're particularly different but because there's no access to getting these tumors removed. ainsley: are most of them benign? steve: most of them are benign. yes. >> and the sad thing is you can be ostracized from your village.
some of these tumors, they grow around here, and they get to be really large. what i was told is that we ended up being there at the same time just a month ago, and they said we saved the hardest cases for dr. shrine. brian: wow. ainsley: because you're so good. who were some of the ones that really touched your hearts? >> well, i'm always -- they do a lot of the great surgeries there. children with cataracts, in particular. burn victims, they really do everything. but the thing about mercy ships that's so amazing is i've seen it firsthand. they don't waste a single dollar. most of the volunteers are americans, and they need our support and so one of the reasons i've stayed involved is one, it personally helps me keep things in perspective. but i also think it helps them to be able to continue to do that work. brian: i'm going to put a couple of pictures you brought with you and maybe talk about these cases in particular that stood out. >> that guy was great. ainsley: that's your husband. >> that was a little boy. just last week on the five,
one more thing, i was able to show that these two right there, now can see. they had their cataract surgery. >> this one was yours. tell us about your patient. emmanuel. >> emmanuel had a little bit of brain tissue that comes out of the skull out towards the front. he had that repaired by one of the neurosurgeons that was on the ship just before we got on. steve: you touched a little bit about funding. you mention funding. where does money come from? >> we -- all the volunteers if you understand ourselves. so we actually pay a little bit of a room and board fee to be on the ship. there's funding for the ship from organizations from people who believe in the mission and in general, this problem is a big one and it's ones that
takes a lot of work to fix. steve: so people watching, can they help? >> certainly mercyships.org is the best way to do that, and if you're -- mercy ships does a lot of great work, but they can't be everywhere at once, and i think dr. shrine is the pioneer and the preeminent person to talk about how do you scale this up so that you can help a lot more people? because if we all agreed that life matters all over the world, and if we have an obligation to help them, how can we do that? brian: we're going to watch it tonight. more on this 9:00 tonight. don't show up at 5:00. >> i'm going to be -- i'm going to be at work all day. brian: absolutely. thanks, doctor. ainsley: thank you. god bless you. thank you for working. brian: we're going to wrap things up.
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