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heather: clear skies in new york city but not so much in other parts of the country. you are watching "fox and friends" first. rob: thanks for starting your day with us. to donald trump taking a victory lap as he rallies supporters in iowa. >> it is always terrific to be able to leave that washington swamp and spend time with the truly hard-working people. >> we are proud of what we have done. we are 5-0. we will never be intimidated by the dishonest media coverage fighting only for themselves, not fighting for you. it lies before us to do extraordinary things. history has written by the dreamers, not the doubters.
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heather: ahead of today's big obamacare replacement reveal, good morning. >> reporter: a big day hours from now, senate republicans unveiled their plans reveal and replace obamacare but what is it remains a mystery. mitch mcconnell rolling out a draft discussion to its members behind closed doors this morning followed by some documents are not necessarily the entire bill, expected to be posted online later this afternoon. whatever is in it the president said it had better have heart. >> i have been talking about a plan with heart. had some money to it. a plan with heart. obamacare is dead. if we had even a little bit of democrats support like a couple of votes we would have everything. >> according to unconfirmed leaks, rolling back medicaid, obamacare taxes, cutting funding
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for planned parenthood. the president blasting the secret of legislative process in this rollout, chuck schumer taking game. >> why is it my republican friends have resorted to such secrecy? there's only one reason. they are ashamed of their bill. my republicans believed it was a good health care bill, one that actually lowered costs and improve care and helped more americans, they would be preaching it from mountaintops. >> congressman mike meadows of the house freedom caucus says now is the time. >> the president is working harder than we are and that is why we said now is the time, americans want results. we want results. it is about making decisions and getting serious about the president's agenda. >> there are details but in washington, we may find out sooner rather than later. >> people very excited last
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night especially the girl chomping the gum behind him. thanks. >> donald trump making his first public pitch to install solar panels on his proposed order wall with mexico. >> we are thinking of building the wall as a solar wall so it creates energy and pays for itself. mexico will have to pay much less money and that is good. >> construction of the wall expected to begin in spring of 2018. >> donald trump back with the people as that is exactly where he belongs. >> this is what i call the campaign greatest hits remix to bring it back out and it was even better because it was after he got a little more message
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discipline, the comedy part that keeps the crowd engaged and all of that. my question for the white house is why don't you keep him out there. have one of these every fortnight, do these a couple times a month. >> the extreme weather. state of emergency for the gulf coast, tropical storm cindy just made landfall in southwest louisiana. >> shots of violent waves crashing along the texas coast. water stop popping up in mississippi as life-threatening flooding moves in. >> fox team coverage, janice dean following cindy's deadly track but first, right in the storm's path in lake charles, louisiana, good morning, casey. >> reporter: we are feeling the effects of tropical storm cindy early this morning, we have been
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experiencing intermittent gusty winds and heavy rain, very typical with these types of systems, it comes and goes. we are in a bit of a low but 10 minutes from now it could be pouring rain and you could hardly see your hand in front of your face. no major reports of damage at this point but i am going to hop out of the way and show you the real concern we are talking about across the region and that is localized flooding. look at this. by you in lake charles has been steadily rising and theories it could only get higher because more rain is on the way. when all is said and done forecaster say in the could dump 6 to 9 inches of rain on gulf coast states from the florida panhandle all the way to texas, 13 inches in isolated spots and look at this. a familiar site. people using kayaks and boats to navigate the flooded streets in lake charles, louisiana, taking at all in stride. east of here in and around new
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orleans, more of the same, blinding rain producing significant flash flooding forcing residents to seek higher ground. >> i was going to drive through it but the police over there said cars are stalled, too deep to go in with the car. >> alabama and mississippi impacted, the heaviest rainfall could happen in alabama and mississippi. the governor of alabama has declared a state of emergency. in neighboring biloxi, mississippi a rare image, amateur video showing a water stop's bond several of those, some tornadoes, we are dealing with a very widespread threat, flooding, potential tornadoes, heavy wind and the worst is potentially yet to come as cindy continues to push in land and make landfall. that is the latest in lake
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falls. back to janice dean in new york. >> you are where the center of circulation has come on shore near cameron, louisiana. the storm made landfall, it is weakening, still a tropical storm, 40 mile-per-hour sustained wind. thunderstorms are widespread. don't pay attention to the cohen because the effects will be widespread along the central gulf, the threat for tornadoes, all the focus on cisco tornado watches from 1:00 central time from louisiana, mississippi and alabama as some of these rotating cells could produce week tornadoes and some damage so watching that, the threat for severe weather, no tornadoes right now but that watch until 1:00 pm, the legacy will be the heavy rainfall. 9 inches for widespread region including ohio and tennessee river valley, isolated over a foot. flash flood watches and warnings
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in effect until the weekend as the storm moves toward the ohio valley anticipates. that is going to be the big problem as it continues to weaken. also went to make mention we have been dealing with days of heat across the southwest and california, highs again today really extreme, people are urged to take precaution, watch the kids and the elderly and bring your pets inside and we will be watching the remnants of tropical storm cindy. >> casey was in the i. >> thunderstorms are very widespread. he was seeing calm weather but that could change in minutes. heather: other stories we are following, answers intensifying as the fbi investigates the stabbing of a police officer. airport in flint, michigan, as
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an act of terror. >> the suspect shouted allah u akbar before pledging a hunting knife into that officer's neck. what are we learning about this attack? >> reporter: pure panic unfolding at bishop international airport packs with people. what is to say the suspect was screaming allah u akbar as he entered the terminal with a 12 inch knife similar to the one you see on the right-hand side ambushing from behind, stabbing him in the neck and back, the feds calling it an act of terrorism saying he had hatred toward the us. >> he spent a little time, dropped both bags and came out, pulled out a knife, yelled allah u akbar and stabbed lieutenant novell in the leg. >> you continue to exclaim allah and made a statement to the effect of killed people in
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syria, iraq and afghanistan and we are all going to die. >> authority say the suspect originally from tunisia legally entered the us from canada we could go on june 16th traveling from new york to michigan where the violent scene played out. he was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery, he is in serious but stable condition this morning. he took 3 people into custody for questioning, he is facing several charges and will face a judge next wednesday for a bond hearing. heather: the president's travel than, the trump administration making a final appeal to justices arguing immigration restrictions are too important to ignore and they want the high court to halt lower court rulings blocking the president's executive order. that bars travelers from six muslim majority countries entering the us. the supreme court meets today for their last several conference before the summer
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recess. >> major moves, donald trump's son-in-law jared kushner having a productive meeting in jerusalem with top officials including benjamin and yahoo. kushner's key focus on his first solo trip in the region restarting long stalled peace talks between israelis and palestinians. final farewell to otto warmbier. he passed away at cincinnati medical center just days after his release from north korea. tensions toward the rogue nation at an all-time high. otto warmbier return to the united states in a vegetative state blamed on botulism, funeral services being held at his former high school in
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wyoming. heather: tensions escalating over the baltic sea. russia releasing brand-new video of the latest clash showing a nato fighter jet intercepting a plane carrying moscow's defense minister. the jet flying a short distance from the russian wing letting all on board know it was there and being watched. after several aggressive tactics from russia. military jet loaded with missiles burst into flames forcing the pilot to reject. the f-16 catching fire during takeoff at ellington field. emergency crews evacuated the area waiting for hours for the jet to run out of fuel before approaching. the pilot treated for minor injuries thankfully. >> good news from overseas, prince philip back at home in buckingham palace after being released from the hospital. the 96-year-old bouncing back after being admitted for two nights for infection for preexisting condition. the palace say prince philip is in good spirits.
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the time is 12 minutes after the top of the. major\on a baseball diamond after 18 is asked him tebo's religion was how the manager is responding. >> beautiful thing if we could get together as two parties and come up with great healthcare and come up with that great tax deal. >> donald trump making major policy promises. what do the people think, that is coming up next. but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car. liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance.
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heather: donald trump out of washington dc and back in the heartland for campaign style rally. how did his missus resonate with voters? lee carter, one of our favorites putting the president to the dial test. thank you for coming in.
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late made exciting speech for sure. >> trump back in his best. this is what the president had to say, written in history by the dreamers, listen to this. >> if we to set aside the cynics and the critics we have a chance, it is a great chance, it lies before us, to do extraordinary things for our country in the years ahead. history is written by the dreamers, not the doubters. >> you can see republicans love it, they gave it in a. independent to be and even democrats gave it a c. when trump is giving positive messages, talking about optimism, looking forward. everybody gets on board. this is the campaign trump out there free styling it wasn't scripted. donald trump towards the end of the campaign, off of a little
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bit, back on message. the president taking care of what he said about taking care of veterans. >> it would be a beautiful beautiful thing if we could get together as two parties that love our country and come up with that great healthcare and that great tax deal for our people and tax reform. infrastructure and so many other things. >> both of the parties coming together. >> you could see republicans, airports, dependency plus, democrats gave it to be. people are optimistic, hopeful that we can come together. that is what they want to hear. there are democrat to say resists, you see that message was lower. independents not so sure they
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are going to come together, this is what people want, they want us to unify especially over issues like tax reform and healthcare. >> we will find details from the senate today so we will see what happens. donald trump building a solar wall. this is interesting. >> we are thinking of building the wall as a solar wall so it creates energy and pays for itself. [applause] >> this way mexico will have to pay much less money and that is good. >> i think it is a good idea. >> republicans love the idea. independents b-. democrats gave it an f and that was surprising because they are supportive of alternative energy but at best democrats interpret this as a joke and other people said it is almost -- they didn't take it seriously. republicans thought it was a great idea.
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independents appreciated it but democrats really skeptical wondering if this wasn't just sort of a snap towards them rather than a real idea. >> did you do a dial on the three girl sitting behind the president. it was all over twitter. that was pretty funny. >> a lot of people made comments about the gum chewing. >> appreciate it as always. >> 20 minutes after the hour. hundreds of thousands of car seats being recalled because they could choke your child. what you need to know to keep your kids safe and another day of testimony and still no evidence of russian collusion. this came from a former obama staffer. >> no evidence that through cyberintrusions, those were altered or suppressed in some way. >> we will also have what kellyanne conway has to say about this. campus controversy, the college
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>> donald trump taking a victory lap rallying thousands of supporters in iowa. big night for him. you are watching "fox and friends" first. rob: the president making major policy promises. >> reporter: senate republicans unveiling their plan to repeal and replace obamacare just hours from now. what is and it remains a mystery. after the secret of legislative process mitch mcconnell is rolling out a draft to his members behind closed doors this morning followed by documents, not the entire bill which will be posted online later today but whatever is in it donald trump says democrats will vote against it no matter what. >> if we went and got the single greatest healthcare plan in the history of the world, we would
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not get one democrat vote because they are obstructionists. we wouldn't get one democrat. if we came to you and said here is your plan, you are going to have the greatest plan in history and you are going to pay nothing, they would vote against it. every single vote. >> it is more moderate than the house version but you make expect rolling back medicaid, repealing obamacare taxes and cutting funding for planned parenthood. democrats are blasting the secretive process. chuck schumer says they are ashamed. >> why is it my republican friends have resorted to such secrecy? there is only one reason. they are ashamed of their bill. my republican friends believed it was a good health care bill,
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one that actually lowered costs and improve care and help more americans afford insurance they would be preaching from the mountain tops. >> republican set to vote on it by july 4th. heather: what nancy pelosi said. another sign, the nation's second largest health insurer officially pulling out of exchanges in the midwest citing a volatile market on their decision to end the agreement in indiana and wisconsin next year. the often exchange medical firm and one in the process. >> russia as alleged interference and no evidence of collusion with the trumpet ministry, did not change any votes.
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>> the 16 election, the actual voting itself. >> everything i know is correct. votes were altered, suppressed and one way. >> tried to save the country from cyber attacks but state election officials fear a federal takeover of the process. this morning kellyanne conway saying the more the media focuses on russia and collusion
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>> on the baseball diamond some major backlash after a minor-league team blocked tim tebo's faith. rob: here with an apology this morning. >> he draws a crowd wherever he goes so you know there will be heckerling when he steps on the baseball field but one minor-league team is being accused of mocking tim tebo's
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christianity. the mascot had the bible verse, something he used to do during his college days. the mascot was seen pretending to pray on the sideline, made famous by tim tebo himself and the hollywood -- hallelujah chorus. some people say you crossed the line. this is an appropriate. the gm released this apology statement saying they were poking fun at his celebrity status rather than his religion a baseball career. our intent was not to offend anyone and for that fact we are sorry. they say they were marking his saying, not his faith. bill murray is part owner of the team and he is a big baseball fan. up next nancy pelosi under fire.
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what happens when a company is going under? you blame the leadership. it is the boss's fault. some democrats say their own party needs new leadership and not just folks in washington. it is also hollywood. superliberal shares, congressional race is not olympics. there is no metal for second place. i admire and respect nancy pelosi but every race gop runs against her, this one is really telling, a democratic house candidate in south carolina, joe cunningham, says democratic party needs new leadership now, i will not vote for nancy pelosi for speaker, time to move forward and win again. political strategist bill kristol said the most important thing to help chances in 2018, nancy pelosi announcing she is retiring. a lot of people jumping on the
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bandwagon. the same time people want joe biden to run for president in 2020. make up your mind. >> let's talk about 3 girls put behind the president for this speech. >> it was hard not to look at these 3 lovely ladies behind him. the president broke some news talking about the solar power border wall but these three ladies stole the spotlight for their selfy taking and gum chewing. to the girl sitting behind donald trump at the rally taking selfys please contact me on twitter. and my dad called me to tell me about the pretty girls chewing gum behind trump and another tweet saying the girls taking selfys had me dying. they got all the attention. >> cash in on that and get a contract for juicy fruit or
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something. heather: the time is 20 minutes until the top of the are, trey gowdy said loretta lynch has some explaining to do. >> i would love to hear her explanation. i did it for two decades, we never referred to it as matters. heather: the answers he is demanding. mahmoud abbas tension between vladimir putin and donald trump. case for collusion between these two in last year's election. coming up. so when i need to book a hotel room, i want someone that makes it easy to find what i want. gets it. and with their price match, i know i'm getting the best price every time. now i can start relaxing even before the vacation begins. your summer vacation is very important. that's why has great offers up to 40% off now through july 4th. find great deals now at booking.yeah!
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call an investigation a matter. we never referred to it as matters. i don't know what her point was. i think i do know what her objective was. mahmoud abbas the word choice was political in nature. heather: congressman steve scalise is upgraded from serious to fair condition after being shot in the hip during baseball practice. capital police officer took a bullet coming to his defense, just released from the hospital, at the congressional women softball game. and a second laptop, more than 200 rounds of ammunition and rifle parts in a storage unit in alexandria, james hutchinson. >> college professor under fire for suggesting congressman steve scalise should have been left to die because he is white.
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heather: here is more on the disgusting post in his one minute commentary. >> nation colleges and universities infected with an ugly strain of racism and bigotry and your evil. trinity college, professor johnny is causing a national outrage, he posted a series of facebook and twitter messages condemning white people calling in human and shared a file as a published on that is a to first responders, should have let the lawmakers, trinity college called the professors postings reprehensible, he told the newspaper the controversy is about free speech and academic freedom. no it is not, it is about human decency. the professor teaches on race
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and racism, a graduate level course. the outrage has been so severe the college had to shut down over safety concerns. neither is letting someone bleed out on a baseball field because he is a white guy. >> what does that you fired from trinity college? >> congratulations on a new radio show.
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heather: welcome back to "fox and friends" first, more than a quarter of illegal immigrant minors in federal custody have ties to criminal gangs. revealing their findings to the
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senate after surveying unaccompanied children, the trump administration has out to take down games like ms 13 and many members are consensual american countries like el salvador. the president is not one taxpayers footing the bill for immigrants. at a rally and i will the commander-in-chief revealing a new plan with stricter requirements for benefits. >> the time has come for new immigration rules which say those seeking admission into our country must be able to support themselves financially and should not use welfare for period of at least five years. >> most immigrants are already barred from benefit eligibility for the first five years in the us. the new legislation is expected, quote, very shortly. michael bloomberg coming to donald trump's defense.
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>> you have an election, in the end we are a democracy, the public has spoken with you like the results or not. >> bloomberg telling women of the view that even though he did not vote for donald trump he doesn't want democrats to be obstructionists just to hurt the administration politically. rob: he is not a fan of donald trump. new york times columnist backing off the russia collusion theory. >> maybe we are getting a little ahead of ourselves. i'm bothered by the lack of evidence underlying that there was actually collusion. i have 967 problems with trump as president but the russian collusion is 547 and we surrounded him with this. >> the democrats have a case to push their russian collusion
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theory in the face of tension between vladimir putin and donald trump? the obama campaign and former state department official, thank you for coming on, appreciate it. months of investigation, leaks galore out of this administration and on top of that the new york times which hates donald trump more than cancer backing off. why is this still the hottest topic in the news? >> i would not say the new york times is backing off because of one comments, they have a whole team investigating it at the washington post asking this is an important story. at the base of the story a crime was committed, russia hacked into emails, that is a crime and he did that to interfere in our democracy which is very important public policy question. can we aware an adversary like
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russia to impact our election in that way and was there any cooperation on behalf of the trump campaign? that is the question at the base of this. rob: we are looking at truth of this, i don't deny there was interference. but russia interferes in elections all the time. going to political parties and all these different countries and colluding to these elections. >> they interfere in elections all the time but not the us election. we cannot stand for that and we have to investigate and find out how that happened. you are saying why is this still going on, none of us have seen the evidence. the reporter who spoke is not seen evidence. i haven't seen the evidence, we have to wait until all the evidence comes in but let me
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finish. special counsel is looking into two potential spheres of improper conduct. one is was there collusion or cooperation by the trump campaign and russia when this hacking happens? the hacking was illegal. was there a second period, improper financial ties, russians who are close to vladimir putin and the trump campaign? we don't know the answer to either of those questions. >> everything is circumstantial, there is no part of it, despite all these leaks, and a couple more things, we spent 50 missiles into syria, we shoot down a syrian jet and add more sanctions, why would you do that if you are sitting there and vladimir putin has dirt on you and you collude with him, your
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best friends with donald trump, and they are in cahoots why would you do these things? >> those things happen and i applaud those things come in favor of the missile strikes against syria. i'm glad those happened. the right policy, right we shot down a syrian airplane and taking more action in syria, opposed to russian policy but other things have happened to make you question why this administration has moved toward russia. the republican convention the republicans changed the platform on ukraine to be more pro-russia. >> your former boss says more flexibility after the election. a lot of dirty things happen in washington. we don't know why but appreciate you coming on this morning, be right back. t bleeding gums. if you spit blood when you brush or floss you may have gum problems and could be on the journey
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♪ rob: time for the good,ed bad, and the ugly. teen helping 83-year-old man down the escalator at massachusetts mall. the young man offering his arm after noticing the younger gentleman looked afraid. heather: the bad. the pentagon shelled out extra $28 million for uniforms for afghan soldiers. what's the bad part? made in camo print with a land with no for rest. rob: the ugly. the "l.a. times" sending out
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report for 6.8 quake that happened to strike in 1885. "fox & friends" starts right now. we will see you later. heather: bye. >> as an act of terrorism in our home land, a police officer stabbed in the neck this morning at an airport in flint, michigan. witnesses say the attacker shouted allah akbar. >> it's always terrific to be able to leave that washington swamp. that's why i believe the time has come for new immigration rules. look, i will tell you about the democrats. 5-0. 5-0. and the truth is people love us, all of us. they love us. they don't get it they haven't figured it out yet. >> democrats now turn to pelosi, by the dnc


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