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[national anthem] ♪ >> three people, including two law enforcement officers killed during violent clashes at the white nationalist rallies in virginia. police do have one man in custody right now facing murder charges. he is 20 world chains alice fields. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. >> the president facing criticism for his reactions to the fact he didn't mention white supremacy or the white nationalist movement. >> i thought we be condemned which is what we could all
condemn is the violence. >> the world is watching as the standoff between the united states and north korea. >> president trump goes forward. what he will do his fight the north koreans. you understand trunking mean business. >> today is another milestone in our work to transfer work to transfer the va. >> the veterans continue to have the ability to see the doctor of their choice and don't have to wait or travel long distance. chewing two good morning, everyone. a little quiet this morning. abby: a kind of sets the tone for the mood. trade to a contentious day yesterday in charlottesville. a fox news alert. the department of justice with a car crashing into a crowd during
during -- abby: governor declared a state of emergency. three people including two state troopers have died. dozens more injured. trees revive in charlottesville, virginia with the latest. good morning, matt. trini good morning, clayton, abby, p. right now it is very calm, dark and quiet. we are standing firm at the university of virginia medical center where paramedics brought 20 injured people here yesterday. we are working to determine the status of those injured people. this morning the state of virginia and the entire country is mourning the loss of two virginia state troopers. police identified him as lieutenant hj: in trooper pilot burke baker killed in a helicopter crash yesterday around 5:00. those troopers helping law enforcement monitor the white nationalist rally in the area. we have to warn you about some
strong video. another death to report. a 32-year-old woman was killed yesterday when a driver plowed his car into a crowd you in charlottesville. police say 20 world james field junior intentionally drove his gray dodge challenger into a busy area killing a 32-year-old woman and injuring 19 others. this all began yesterday when a white supremacy group arrived in town to protest removal of the robert e. lee statue from a park. the crowd quickly turned violent as it was met by groups protesting their arrival and at the end of the day three people dead. attorney general just sessions open a federal investigation and release a statement in part saying the violence and deaths in charlottesville strike at the heart of american law and justice. when they arrive from bigotry and hatred that they betray our core values and cannot be tolerated. i treat condemning dagen wishing condolence visit to the.
they have declared a state of emergency. and everyone injured yesterday. back to you. pete: we will check back in a little bit in the show. >> all the family members and everyone involved. >> are really decorated pilot a few miles away from the scene and the helicopter crash as their overhead. >> president trump took the podium and had some strong condemnations. this is what the president said yesterday. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry on many sides, who has been going on a long time in our country.
not donald trump, not rock obama. it's been going on for a long, long time. it has no place in america. what is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order in the protection of innocent lives. above all else, we must remember this truth. no matter our color, creed, religion or political party, we are all americans first. we love our country. we love our god. we love our flag. we are proud of our country. we are proud of who we are. trade do ultimately, his message is a message of unity. condemning hatred and bigotry in all sides. remember the violence we've seen from ntfs as well. any of the violence at all. he salutes the police in this place.
the white nationalism is different from nationalism, which is believing your country. that unites us and we are all americans behind the creating quality. obviously what we saw in the streets yesterday. abby: extremity on either stayed as a problem. i think we are talking about this in the show started. we all want this country together. we want unity. we want peace. the question is will they get there soon because of this will further encourage more protest, encourage more protests, we see more of this around the country. that is what scares a lot of people and makes us wonder what kind of world are we living in, what kind of world do we want to live on? >> these guys came in for modest day. they don't live in this area at all. there's already more on the schedule they are planning to go to. expect to see sadly more of this. i was encouraged because the students of uva gathered. >> the university of virginia
where this happened. >> 17 euros to 23 boats gathered with police officers on armed and they stood around the thomas jefferson statute to protect it. what it is worth say? all men created equal. all of these people with torches started coming up are in the police officers and students there. that is the bravery is right there. tree until unfortunately, on the other side of the island he saw a lot of continuing to divide. only one side that's all. emblematic of that, governor terry mcauliffe, governor of virginia has some words pointed in one direction. take a listen. >> i have a message to other white supremacists and nationalists who came into charlottesville today. our message is plain and simple. go home. you are not wanted in this. shame on you.
you pretend it's your pastry is is -- patriots, but you are anything but a patriot. you came here to her people and you did her people. my message is clear. we are stronger than you. pete: joe biden following up with a tree doubling down on that perspective as well. there is only one side #charlottesville. i don't think this warning is the point to point fingers. abby: that's all anyone does. trade do they drive the car into innocent people which is never and should never be acceptable. as hateful as it may be in this particular case. we should also look at what the left has done in this country. we divide each other by race. they don't want to make it better. they oftentimes want to keep us divided. i don't know if you can put the image up, but these young guys with the tiki torches. it's a chilling image.
their faces are not covered. they are walking down the street. it conjures up images of the, which no one supports. this is not to apologize for what they are saying, that they feel like they are the new second-class citizens, like they have white privilege, affirmative action policies, open borders immigration committee race in history like the robert e. lee statue. that doesn't mean you're pro-confederate or pro-. it's this other side of the argument. they do themselves his biggest justice by carrying tiki torches and conjuring up that they had the. whether the mainstream media wants to have it or not, our country is dividing even further around what really matters, which is americanism. our racial identity is not what should define us. why should the finest is that we are americans who love our country. abby: exactly.
i think you're hitting that this is what it groups in our country to wake up hating people. we don't need to describe or identify every one of those groups, but it exists today. it may only get worse. pete: i don't describe myself as a white male. by identifying factors i'm an american who loves this country. the more we put people in groups and buckets,, woman, what latino, african-american, the more we divide each other bracingly the constitution and declaration. that is what should unite us. thus the president trump is talking about. yet they say when he talks about god and country that is using a code, a dog whistle to white supremacists. that's not what he's about. he's about making this country strong and create an opportunity for everyone. the more we divide each other, the worse it's going to get. it's a tough conversation. nobody wants to have it. an underlying sense that our country is changing and it
doesn't have to be about race and being white. back to me is where you lose it. abby: will be talking about this all morning long with a lot of great guests on it. headlines we are following starting with this one. one wanted is now behind bars. this man, walter gomez of honduras after a four year manhunt he would be extradited to new jersey where he faces several charges including the brutal killing of a former member. he was arrested weeks after he was undertaken the deadly gang terrorizing america. the investigation could be over by the chairman of the senate intelligence committee who now says he wants to present his findings by 2018. broadened to include possible collisions of the term campaign by any evidence yet. security ramping up around trump
tower as it prepares to return to the big apple for the first time since the unite to ration. the n.y.p.d. expected protests since the white house is being renovated. exactly how long the president will be in new york has still not been announced. tim tebow takes a fastball right to the head. as you saw there come a staggering and even at his helmet knocked off. he was cleared to stay in the game. he scored a double, but the st. lucie mets still lost the game. >> i'm not a big fan of how much except for when you're getting a 100-mile fastball. >> not even for your kids? >> absolutely not. we live in such a coddled society.
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reforms into law yesterday. bring corvette on a concerned veterans for america director dan caldwell. you were there yesterday stand behind the president when he signed the bill. letter viewers know, what will this do? >> thank you for having me on. it fixes a budget shortfall in the veteran choice program allows veterans who live long distances from the va medical facility or who have been on the wait list for his longtime day care in the air. it also makes it easier to hire good employees from private sector, just like a tired to fire bad in place at the va, also hard to hire good ones. it also authorizes new medicals. pete: you call this a temporary solution. >> as you know, someone who has worked on these issues a long time, it is never intended to be
permanent. he uses the va choice and that is something we think needs to happen. they need to have the abilities to get care the private sector and that something president trumps supports and they are working hard to ensure that happens. it was met with some contention. what is the resistance to the last extension of an existing choice program? >> unfortunately a lot of people here in washington d.c. don't think the veteran in the va should have choice. even though this is something supported overwhelmingly by don veterans and veterans alike, over 90% of pulling others have done and they believe the government run health care system is the only system that should be available to veterans and that's unfortunate. fortunately again, something president trump doesn't believe in and secretary scholl can doesn't believe in.
they will veterans have choice as in most veterans are not veterans because they understand you chose to serve your country. you should have a choice in where you get your medical care. >> whether it's the government unions, not secretary scholl can -- shulkin. you would say something different at present. >> it's absolutely nonsense. the ability to choose where they get their health care is in privatization. people call it privatization because it's a political talking point that ignores the reality of what choices actually do. in many cases, and the majority of cases, many veterans who choose to stay in the va system. for a lot of veterans, va care isn't convenient. long wait times, so they want the ability to go to a doctor close to their home are more convenient to them. it's not privatization.
in many ways is just common sense. this is what you get with medicare, tri-care. every other government tri-care system including those for congress in va employees has some choice except for the va health care veterans use. >> members of congress carving themselves out as they often do. there is no gatekeeper at the va is the holy grail in this process and i know you, president trump and secretary scholl shulkin are all for that. critics blame president trump for inciting the violence in charlottesville just moments after he overwhelmingly condemned the deadly acts. they hate is getting out of control and he joins us next. forget cutting in line. kids in one school district to beat the lunch crowd. the ♪ take it to the limit one morey r timee
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america yesterday, condemning the violence and hate bus stop at our critics even listening. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many side. we must love each other, respect each other and share history and future together. abby: here to react, plays host lawrence jones. good to have you with us. >> hey, abby. abby: you've been on the show number of times talking about issues with the braves and hate and bigotry. that is something close to your heart and you are passionate about. when you heard the president yesterday, do you think he gave the right response to what is happening? >> i think the president attempted to give the right response.
i think he meant what he said that i do think the president had an opportunity to call the enemy what it is and it's white nationalism. back in the obama administration he would not call it radical islam and echo pressure on him. i said please just call it by its name. it is important for the enemy to know that we know who they are. the president missed that opportunity. do i think the statement was bad or not sincere? i think it was sincere, but he has opportunity to take it to the next level as well. >> in society and politics are democrats and media so quick to point fingers and point the blame and criticize no matter what he says. i saw you on judge jeanine last night. you were reminding us of the shooting of steve scalise and how quick we are to move on to the way things are normally criticizing each other. we don't let that moment sink in and try to be better people.
why is that? >> you know, abby, it really breaks my heart. i'm a young man preparing to eventually have children. i do want to bring them in this type of world because if you like it could get worse. i remember when steve scalise, whatever happened, the shooting, everybody was saying that this is it. enough of the intense political rhetoric. let's be unified. two days later they were back to the same nonsense. it is disheartening because i see these national tragedies and consider what happened a national tragedy. i just don't believe them, abby. in a day or so they will go back to the same nonsense and we just can't have it. enough is enough. abby: what is the answer, lawrence? a lot of people are concerned what we saw yesterday they encourage and incite more violence around the country.
who was to blame? we don't need talk about that at this moment because of what else is pointing the finger. had we find a way to come together? >> as you know, i'm a religious man and i believe god is the answer. the church has lost its influence in the employ of hate and racism in sin. we have a real opportunity to rally around whatever you believe, rally around each other, pray to god. these protesters are planning to come to texas at texas a&m university. i will be meeting monday with pastors and local leaders to let them know there is more violence. abby: a lot of it comes. good thing we've got people like you in this country to hopefully make things good. good to have you this morning. go ahead. >> i hope that we change and i hope that our elected leaders start taking a stand and lead the way identified.
at least the way forward. tried to have a good day, lawrence. good to see you. a vanderbilt university professor is not what the mainstream media has been pushing. this part american jumped into action. his patriotic deed was almost caught on camera. we will show that to you with a lot more coming up on "fox and friends." ♪ with claim rateguard your rates won't go up just because of a claim. i totally could've - no! switching to allstate is worth it. only tempur-breeze® mattresses. use an integrated system of technologies to keep you cool while you sleep. so you wake up feeling powerful. only exclusive retailers carry breeze. find yours at tempurpedic.com/cooling.
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pete: welcome back to "fox and friends." if you're watching other channels since the horrible car ramming happened in charlottesville, you've been seeing one explanation or one. as we have in this country with the first amendment, we like to make sure all voices are heard and understood. i was watching a particular interview that caught our eye. the professor at vanderbilt taking a look at what could possibly be the underlying motivations for young white men carrying torches in charlottesville. not an attempt to understand that they get a sense that it felt like the. we thought her words were interesting. take a listen. >> we are using white supremacy and white nationalist. the movement that i study were
people who were more and to lecture, and they were not using racial epithets. in fact, they were using social science data, fbi statistics and science to make a case. they were saying that they were not quite the premise is, that they wanted separatism and they wanted determination. they felt wife is like any other group, they couldn't celebrate their own culture. at the time, i knew some of the people that would be attracted to the movement would also fall into the clutches of the more extreme. but for the most part, what i warned about is called the new white nationalism was new because it was not using racial epithets. it was saying white and black, and the other group. whites are being discriminated against. no one standing up. traded the professor --
extensive issues to be a democrat, became a republican. byrd a couple books in the early 2000 to the new movement called to which you want. it should never itself invented their way. abby: i don't think any group which have to hit people is something we should stand by. something she was doing is insisting that many members do not is try to at least understand who people are, where they are coming from. pete: over the divisions are between those who want to excite violence and ram their cars into people and those who, i don't know, what they want, what white nationalists actually want is wanted separatism. i'm not sure exactly what that means. the president calls for unity. i don't know why you a separator creator of nationstate. the statistics in the data and she said they don't feel like they celebrate their culture. what does that mean? grades?
i don't know what they want. trade to the protest itself was about the robert e. lee statue. assuming you support confederates. if we erase our history, we are living in a new orwellian world where ridgway working for where ridgway working for them. where it came from pumps us understand where we are today. i'm not a racist. i don't seem to like is something special. should we live in a society where i don't look to you first is what your gender or race is that the content of your character and what your and what you bring to the table. a true meritocracy. but that backlash is the other way, it doesn't matter. we see the most violent aspects of it. you have a different view of how you interact with the police. it's good to have a conversation to learn about that and understand that. to say all black lives matter is terrible as a whole another point. it doesn't help the whole dialogue. trade three of the idea that nobody is above anyone else.
we are all in this together. the station is full of so many different types of people of backgrounds of races, religion, political affiliation and everyone on this couch and most watching the show would agree with that. it does make you think about when we cover these stories come understanding of everything going on before we so quickly point fingers. we do want to bring some other headlines we're following are the son of venezuela's president vowed that in the u.s., vowing to take the white house with guns if president trump takes military action in the country. the socialist government has been doing with debbie violet to rewrite the constitution. it is his first stop of a weeklong trip to latin america doubled not include venezuela. after losing control of the white house, now wanted democrats to go even further to the left. >> democrats are headed forward.
we are looking ahead. we will not, we shall not, we must not allow anyone to turn back the clock. >> the massachusetts senator responding to a "new york times" op-ed that the party may more to the center. she has no interest in running for president in 2020. classism in the cafeteria after kids are excused from trent is so a friend of the lamb lunch passes given to parents because mr. grisha baywood hundred dollars to help earn money for the school and in return their children will get pushed to the front of the lunch line. the lunch vip pass will not be used in a form with the result. okay. pete: okay, getting them ready for the real world. checking forecast this morning. how are they looking?
training a couple things across the country. early this morning, some heavy rain eventually fighting up in the middle of the country. severe weather firing up in the heart of the afternoon, taking us into the evening hours including portions of north texas. also another story happening into the tropics. the tropical depression beginning to move 35-mile per hour winds to the north, northwest at 14 miles an hour. this will be tropical storm before the end of the day. here's our potential pass at this one. there is that low pressure system that catches some upper-level wind. not concerned with this ever reaching the united states. finally, i will enjoy the meteor shower. this is the brightest come and take a shower at the year that we are experiencing now all the way to august 24th. if you have an opportunity, step outside because this is a beautiful meteor shower.
you see this every single year and these are always the british hours of the year. break before sunrise, this is pretty much across the country. as long as it's not cloudy, you're in good shape. pete: and not like the eclipse august 21st. >> no, not like the eclipse. from the pacific to the atlantic, we haven't seen in a hundred years. pete: i just met with the eclipse their areas where you can't see. reporter: i knew exactly what she meant. i didn't doubt you. clayton: north korea claiming it is on standby to launch an attack. people on the left like deputy chairman keith ellison seemed to side with the rogue nation. that is insane. he joins us next. mike huckabee, social media stars and rob o'neill are all
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...isn't it time for a new direction? why wait? ask your doctor about prolia®. pete: welcome back to "fox and friends." some quick headlines. chicago's controversial soda tax now has the feds involved. the tax violates foodstamp laws and retailers cut issuing the tax and then issuing refunds they do now but could halt an $87 million in food stamp spending for the stay. the state has two weeks to come up with a new plan. college interns on capitol hill may be getting a great experience, but most are not getting paid for it. recent analysis shows 95% of politicians back in the minimum wage don't pay their own intern, including senate minority leader chuck schumer, senator corey booker and senator chris murphy.
i never understood white interns got paid anyways. clayton, up to you. >> north korea escalating, on standby to launch meanwhile some of the last here at home seemed to be defending the north korean dictator. >> kim jong un, the world always thought he was not a responsible leader. he's acting more responsible than the sky. >> cranking up the antiwar machine right now. [applause] if you don't want to be caught during the headlights, start calling for diplomacy in north korea immediately. trade for kim jong un acted more responsible than our own president. lieutenant colonel charlie shafer, great to see you this morning. keith ellison come your immediate thoughts of that comment. >> you need to figure out the site design and clearly it's not the site of america.
i don't mean to speak in such direct, blunt terms, but we are here because of the failure of diplomacy. somehow this congressman fails to recognize the study of history and how we got here. it is time for him to stop being partisan and start being american that is where we arrive. this is the fact we are trying to prevent the lord in england which started in 1951. with all due respect to the congressmen, read the history books, figure out which side you're on in the forward. pete: i fail to understand how the comments about locked and loaded and if the north korean regime macs we are going to respond, how that is out of line. >> clayton, if president obama would've said that he would've been applauded. he's looking for his goldilocks moment. he says too much on this. trump can be very clear on consequences. this president is recognizing
the fact that the situation in north korea has gotten worse, not better by the complete failure of diplomacy and the policy and appeasement for the past 30 years. he is making it as clear as he can bet this is going to change, that now there will be the potential and likelihood of military action, of continued provocations going back to the comment, it is not president obama, president trump, anyone else in our society fired missiles across the korean peninsula trying to prompt a military response. something else really quickly. something completely unreported here is the fact that north koreans on the dmz militarized zone have had a 300% uptick. that means small armed conflicts not reported. it is time for a new message to be sent and president trump decided not. clayton: is it a spot right to
the face of americans. chelsea emmert reading this. the longer we wait to remove him, the longer your name will appear negative in history, basically calling for a military coup of the united states because somehow exact demand hinged? >> guam is u.s. territory. let me be clear on this. if north koreans hit guam with a conventional weapon, there'll be a military response. let me be clear on that. and to this point, this is what we call sufficient. section 215. i think ms. handler needs to be visited by the secret service because this is calling for the removal and illegal removal of the duly elected president. i am completely fed up as a citizen of the left getting away with this complete inappropriate and continuous call for the president's removal.
he won, get over it, move on. people like her are calling for an essentially violent overthrow of the president need to be looked at seriously for what they are saying because it is indeed in this case a violation of clear u.s. code. clayton: would be great for all americans to come together on this issue. >> i agree, but she's not. clayton: thank you. take care. president trump taking senate majority leader mitch mcconnell in other publications for working at a snails pace. as the president any closer to draining the swamp? eric arison joins us next hour. plus the glass castle starts next. is the movie worth your money? kevin mccarthy coming up next. ♪ when you have moderate to severe ulcerative colitis, the unpredictability of a flare may weigh on your mind.
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coffee mugs here in chesapeake. "the glass castle" is a very famous memoir that spends seven years on the bestsellers list. a story about an unconventional family moving around the country. the kid were told from the perspective of jeannette walls who wrote the memoir and is an incredibly powerful story that throws you into a moral conflict. at one point these parents seem like they are the best aaronson at one point they seem like the worst parents. that is the conflict in the jury that you go on is the viewer cannot use member. i thought it was powerful. woody harrelson have the best career of his performance so far. brie larson, janel walls. i had a chance to catch up and talk about the writing process of this wide range story of her life and putting it in to a book. watch this. >> the first time ever at the story, i wrote it in six weeks
and it was very bad. i spent five years rewriting trying to figure out what the heck was going on and how i fell about it. i tried to lay out the facts and let the reader or the viewer respond. that is how i felt about it. they were both good and bad. >> a four out of five. yoga, how would these new movies when they take these long story is bad for the fictional qualities and you can see those standing out a little bit. i thought it was very solid. train to you also check out another movie. wind river. >> this is actually the director of the film wrote films like sakarya and or high water. a phenomenal writer. a very intense film about a given track for a hunter who teams up with an fbi agent to investigate the and murder of an 18-year-old girl. a very brutal story, but very
intense the way it's edited and written. he tells the stories that lock you in and keep you interested in what going on. jeremy renner's best performance since the hurt locker. one of the most exciting filmmakers right now because he's writing such great material. i gave this a four out of five as well. it is a very solid expert and a very solid drama. clayton, that is why you and i are best friends. if anyone else would recognize that, only clayton morris would. clayton: there you go. great to see you. pete: thanks, kevin. abby: thanks, kevin. i hope your wife is watching and get to the mouth. so well-deserved. the left in the right finger-pointing over who is to blame for the chaos in charlottesville. mike huckabee says both sides share some respond ability. pete: rosie o'donnell apologize to north korea on behalf of
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the department of justice and the fbi is now investigating a car crash. he violent protests involving white nationalist in charlottesville, virginia. trade for the governor declared a state of emergency. three people including to police officers have died. abby: matt, what can you tell us? >> good morning, abby, clayton np. the beautiful peaceful morning. hard to imagine this was a scene of those violent and deadly clashes yesterday. standing in front of the university of virginia complex were 20 people, 20 injured people were brought yesterday. waiting on an update to learn about the status of those injured. right now the state of virginia and the entire country is mourning the loss of two state troopers identified as lieutenant hj: in trooper pilt burqa babes. they were killed when their helicopter went down around
5:00 yesterday. troopers were helping my enforcement monitor white nationalist rallies in the area. we also won three other men have been arrested in connection. one man charged with assault and battery. also strong video we want to show you. another death to report 3322-year-old woman was killed yesterday when a driver plowed his car into the crowd in charlottesville. james steele junior intentionally drove his gray dodge challenger into a busy area killing a 32-year-old woman and injuring 19 others. this began yesterday when a white supremacy group arrived in town to protest the removal of a robert e. lee statue from a park in the crowd quickly turned violent as he was met by groups protesting their arrival. the governor has declared a state of emergency and we'll keep you updated as the status of all the patients being treated for to you. abby: thank you so much.
trades are we want to bring governor mike huckabee, gop presidential candidate, fox news contributor to help make sense of all of this. from the gubernatorial level, handling something like this, do you think the governor of virginia handle this effectively and responsibly yesterday, terry mcauliffe? >> well, i think he did in the sense that he marshaled an essential level of assets into charlottesville. but what happened there is such a crazy and unfortunate display of a violent, where people took their emotions and their passion and he turned it down to their face. that is just never way that we will resolve any conflict to our issues. the person who drove the car, that is a simple murder. there's nothing you can do other than condemn that kind of action. it's one thing to have passionate release but when it results in trying to hurt or even kill other people, whether
it is slaughtering a group of congressmen on a ball field or driving a car into a crowd of people, that is not politics. that is not america. it is evil, sinful, disgusting behavior. trained to defend the president should have called the weather was. the car driving into people, injuring a dozen people, killing one person, should he come out and call it domestic terrorism? the first one out of the gate to call something for what it is, and some people criticizing him for that. do you think he should've called the otherwise? >> well, at the time when he spoke, he was very clear in condemning what happened and he denounced it. i don't know what else he could do. at the time we didn't know the name of the person. we didn't know what that person was about. nobody knew. it was smart not to jump to a conclusion. we would have condemned him for that. here is the fact. no wonder what donald trump
says, people will condemn his every word, every action. we have to kind of dismiss that. did he condemn what happened? yes, he did. nothing will ever satisfy the trumpeters and there are about within the republican party who jumped on him as well. no more responsible -- let me be clear. donald trump is no more responsible for charlottesville than barack obama was personally responsible for baltimore and ferguson. trained to do media make the headlines about president trump when he came up immediately. we will play a clip from the president, what he had to say early on coming out strong against it. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. it's been going on for a long time in our country. not donald trump, not barack obama.
it has been going on for a long, long time. it has no place in america. what is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order in the protection of innocent lives. above all else, we must remember this truth. no matter our color, creed, religion or political party, we are all americans first. we love our country and. we love our god, we love our flag. we are proud of our country. we are proud of who we are. pete: he's making a unity case through america first and same both sides are to blame. what about these agitators, so-called anti-fascists smashing and beating people since the beginning of his administration? >> you know, the best and go to this type of horrific and violent either his people would respect other people.
nobody is better than someone else. i've been so adamant in saying i hate white supremacy. i loathe it. i think it's evil because it elevates the notion that one person is better than another. i don't believe that. i believe that the two since doctrine of our country and my faith as a christian is we are all created equal with certain unalienable rights. to elevate one person above another, whether a person's philosophy or color, their position religiously, i just think it is anti-god and anti-american. pete: do you think it is detrimental to the united states that it hurts our country come the tears us apart when we have these groups. yesterday at orrin hatch, republican from the time said we should call it evil by its name. i'm rather didn't give this name fighting hitler to coat unchallenged at home.
do you think president trump sees that as a threat? >> i agree with the senator in the sense that his brother did not give his life so we would have not see them in america. he did give his life so people could be freed, even to the. when the idiocy and stupidity and hatred turned them into hurting other people, absolutely we have not just a right, but a responsibility to say you can believe things, but she cannot act on them or heard other people or inflict your views on other people. that is true no matter what a person's point of view is. that makes america such a unique place that we welcome diversity in views and opinions, but we don't balk on people taking those views and turning them into violence in trying to win the argument by killing, maiming or terrorizing another point of view.
that is what is absolutely unacceptable. abby: made a good point earlier. the president is hit from all sides. he could say whether it's north korea, what happened yesterday at. in his speech yesterday, you said a lot of what you are saying this morning about this country is about god, flat, america, who we are. he got criticized for that. there were some people pointing to die. how do you respond? >> is donald trump has suddenly jumped on marine one on the helicopter down to charlottesville, walked into the jail where the young man was being held and shot him between the eyes, i guarantee you people said he didn't use the right caliber bullet. let's just be clear. they are our rational in this country and i say irrational but since this is. they cannot get over the fact he is president of matter what the man says or does. they will find a way of two twisted in some way to say it
should've been done differently. donald trump was explicitly clear in condemning what happened and the fact was he will never satisfy those who hate his every word. the irony of all of this when he's talking about hate, cannot look in the mirror and see the hatred of donald trump hopes to field this division in the country of that it's not helpful, not healthy. we are free to argue with each other in debate. that is great. we are not free to be crazy, rational, turn it into a violence industry and terrorize other people. >> which is why the ultimate irony in the fascist manner shut other people from talking than exercising their first amendment right. mike huckabee, thank you for joining us. we appreciate it.
traded abby: and at most 13 gang member one of the fbi's most wanted is behind bars. walter gomez was arrested in virginia after a four year manhunt. he will be extradited to new jersey where he faces several charges including the brutal killing of the gang member in 2011. the rest just weeks after president trump vowed to take on the deadly gang terrorizing america. i ran voting just hours ago on its ballistic missile program. some parliament members chanting death to america during that vote. the sanctions on the number one state sponsor of terror claims it is not breaking the term of president obama's controversial iran nuclear deal. president trump follow it through another campaign promise by making sure veterans get the medical care they want and
deserve. commander achieve seeing a doctor of their choice, even outside of the government system. marine corps veteran and conservative veteran dan caldwell was that the bill signing in bill signing and he joined us earlier to talk about it. >> every battery needs to have the ability to get private sector if they want and that is something president trump supports and secretary shulkin support and they are working hard to ensure that happens. abby: would give veteran access to two dozen facilities for their medical care. this is a story that should be a headline today. such a big deal. pete: doing some difficult but tanks. >> goodness. it was just a headline. president trump taking senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and other establishment republicans to task working at a snails pace. is the president and nick kosir to draining the swamp? rosie o'donnell takes it upon
herself to apologize to north korea. >> icon mr. kim jong un? anyways, our president is a. don't listen to them. we don't. clayton: scottdale has an offer for her. for her. how about a one-way ticket toe . pyongyang? ♪ walter? hmm? is that the rest of our food? what? no. how come you have cheese in your beard? because switching to geico could save you 15% or more on car insurance.
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or if you have received any other meningitis b vaccines. ask your healthcare professional about the risks and benefits of bexsero and if vaccination with bexsero is right for your teen. moms, we can't wait. pete: welcome back. president trump continuing to slam mitch mcconnell suggesting he resign if he can get the agenda through the senate appeared among the critiques, and in the senate filibuster. are we any closer to draining the swamp? erick erickson, thank you for joining us this morning.
what we teach her take on this, and senator mitch mcconnell said to have excessive expert patient but i don't think so after seven years of healing were peeling replace. why not done? he's taking it hard to mitch mcconnell. >> you should. when he structured the deal over pommel carob, they do need to worry about the filibuster. by the way, democrats and conduct these expanded obamacare so does mitch mcconnell even have an interest in repealing, given what it might do? i don't believe he does and i don't think he was ever serious about trying to repeal it. every time they've done that, they moved the goalpost. we gave them out. then give us the white house the white house. and then they still can't do it.
pete: you brought up a great point about the filibuster and something a lot of americans haven't thought about. tell us what your thought is on that. >> repeal of the filibuster is the last conservatives have to stop the expansion. government ever rules itself back. the only thing that prevents it from escalating quickly as the filibuster. it's never used by the left to stop repeal of government. it's always used by conservatives. if you get rid of the filibuster, all you'll see is a lot of bad policy. frankly, you've got two parties in washington. the competent party, the party and they get together and do something evil and recall of bipartisanship that the rest of the public is screwed by it. you want to prevent congress from doing as much as possible and it the latest stop from passing bad laws. pete: you disagree with the president we should give her the filibuster? >> absolutely. obamacare were structured to be
repealed by 51 votes in mitch mcconnell couldn't get republicans to do that. clayton: here is another trump tweet. he says mitch, get back to work in the repeal and replace cuts infrastructure bill on my desk for signing. you can do it. it's not that simple and i don't know that we can do it. >> everything in the senate allegedly is more complicated than you and i know. it's funny how the senators say these things and we don't understand the process. there is no will to get things done. drain for republicans control everything at this stage. get it done. erick erickson, great to see you. another football star taking a page from callan kaepernick by not standing during the national anthem. the protest working average this morning. father john said ehrlich did leaders could learn a lot about good and evil from the bible. he joins us on the couch next. ♪
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the next drying on wednesday. abby, pete. abby: when it comes to work on our next guest points next guest point that our elected leaders can learn a lot about good and evil from the bible. >> fox news religion contributor, father. >> admission to what happened, questions of good and evil, war or peace. if you're the president of the united states, where do you draw that discernment necessary to make such a difficult decision? >> we are talking about this because we as leaders in the white house and congress who would say i'm a christian. and therefore they are going to use the bible as a guide. that is a very good thing. you can't just plop a verse out of the bible and say this justifies what i'm going to do. i think the most famous passage in the whole bible i'm not going to quiz, do not kill. that would be my guess.
how about this. do not kill. the old testament, of course jesus in the new testament reiterated not. but sometimes a civil government has a responsibility to defend its people against an unjust aggressor. it comes down to how do i decide. >> of a soldier to fight on behalf of your country different than committing murder at home. >> in the income of the only just war is a war of self-defense. what do i mean by that? life is so precious that no political leader has the right to say i'm going to kill you when you're not in danger of being killed. of course in many wars we study today there is an unjust aggressor going after us and the only way to stop them is by using force. it takes a lot of wisdom to say, for example in the case of north korea, do i just take somebody out? where is the bible that says do not kill?
what do we do? using violence, using force is the last resort. sometimes it might be necessary, but also a leader has to take into consideration, is this going to work? in iraq we see their consequences using force. abby: reminder of how we know that. this is romans chapter 13. but every person be subject to the governing authorities and do what is good and you'll receive approval for he is god surveyed, but if you do rock cannot be afraid for he does not bear the sword in vain. an avenger who carries out cause wrath of the wrongdoer. >> pastor jefferson, a friend of mine used romans 13 to say that president trump has the divine authority to be able to take out kim jong sub one for example in north korea. we had a debate earlier this week on "fox and friends" and i said one thing is having the
authority by god to protect her people. but you also have the responsibility and this takes wisdom to decide the best thing to do. one thing is to have the authority to make potable decisions. another is the obligation -- the obligation to make sure you're making the right decisions. sometimes taking out even a dictator doing evil might not be the wisest thing. what are the consequences? i can tell president trump what to do there. the decision of a political leader. all of us need biblical principles to make those right judgments. trained to one of the best phrase i heard was giving the wisdom to see what is right and the courage to do it. it could be pushed in the wrong direction. >> that's right. what did solomon pray for? ask anything of me. he prayed with them. he prayed for wisdom because being a political leader is not
easy. >> a lot of people here today in hearing your messages. a tumultuous time. great to have you with us this morning. coming up, call it what it is entered the mainstream media name for the violent rioters in charlottesville. pete: north korea tells again we are sorry for donald trump. >> hello, [inaudible] our president is a. don't listen to him. we don't. pete: it gets worse every time i hear it. he offers to send her a one-way ticket to pyongyang. after this. no. with claim rateguard your rates won't go up just because of a claim. i totally could've - no! switching to allstate is worth it.
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page out of: kaepernick splay but are not seeing for the national anthem. seen sitting with add-on and while the infamous sunday for yesterday's game against arizona cardinals. publicly backed the antics as they sat out the season. making rosie o'donnell and author or she will likely refuse after she made this video apologizing to kim jong sub one. >> anyway, so, our president is a moron. don't listen to them. we don't. abby, that video. pete: let's get out to adam klotz. he and i haven't some solar eclipse discussions. >> yeah, we were.
that is going to be not just this upcoming monday, but the following monday to find out what the forecast to be across the country for that particular event. we are seeing a ton of rain piling up in the center of the country. we see that really fire up in the heart of the country where we get the best chance to see severe weather today. everything in the yellow from portions of north texas stretching to the north are areas where we could be some severe weather with damaging winds, large hail, and isolated tornado before the day is over. another big event, tropical depression made across will become a tropical storm a little bit later today. this is moving north, northwest at 15 miles an hour. he will eventually push you off in the united states. and if they change a little bit, and they would be paying very
close attention to. all is well, things looking beautiful out there for sunday in new york city. maybe get a chance to get outside and enjoy this a little later. abby: is beautiful out now. thank you, adam. >> what does this look like? a bunch of writers? a different name for them is anti-racist counter protesters. >> you know how some parents are about sending their kids to college. >> what is that shirt? [inaudible] >> because he cannot we are moving you hear and hear it. >> our next guest says those parents need to learn. ♪
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when it comes to writers on the left, and much nicer label for them. anti-racist counter protesters. thunder kerry sheffield. yesterday the president comes out and says i can than this in the strongest possible terms. hatred and bigotry on both sides. >> and racial animus as well. these are white supremacists who started the conflict release yesterday. he's absolutely right as well. this is on all sides and that is the uncomfortable truth. you can tell yourself a comfortable life for an uncomfortable truth. and tivo, but claims matter are violent. they are putting professors in the hospital. a republican elected official in the hospital discerning college campuses, et cetera. this is violent and you got to call it what it is. >> when president trump says we are all americans here.
by not pointing out one group in saying both are to blame. the media same left divide. >> it's interesting because some people you should use the label the way he wants the label of radicalism and terrorism. color white nationalism. these are the jv squad. radical islamic terrorists over countries. they are creating a caliphate. this is apples and oranges and is totally wrong. not to mention when they are condemning the right. it is getting attention for a president trump is doing is brilliant. he's bringing together, exactly what she said. pete: it feels like critics in the media are bringing them together. it is some sort of a dog whistle. as if the american flag is the new confederate flag. why did they jump straight to that is a point of recognizing the fact he was elected because people love their country.
economic, socially, culturally, whatever it is. it's not racism. it's americanism. >> absolutely. you put people as americans first. he explicitly condemned racism. nobody in the liberal media is acknowledging he condemns racism. vb these liberals are experts at white supremacy. i'm not. he put in race as a sikh who is the governor sought carolina toured the confederate flag, his hud secretary the most accomplished brilliant black surgeon in american history. i could go on as sec chairman, indian-american, immigrant, asian women. i don't understand how that's working. pete: there are plenty of double standards. emphasis on multiculturalism.
they divide us by groups. with every days, as opposed to saying we are all american, the ideal of ideas and who you are as a race or class is always secondary to be an american. i feel like that point it's medicinenet is that people are carrying their torsos. nationalism means we have a country, not a series of people that happen to live together. >> these with tiki torches are rejecting our constitution. we are to form a more perfect union. we have an inalienable right that all men and women are created equal. white supremacists are rejecting their anti-american. they don't understand our founding fathers and mothers. this is what the left understands. my liberal friends hate it when i call out what call out but not theism is. it is national socialism. that is the actual name. that is the expansive government
pete: there's a whole book about its collectivism versus individualism. many of anti-fascists calling them anti-fascists that they are being fascist and shutting down speech, it's emblematic. >> on the french county's tiki torch men and some women are the same. two sides of the same point. one of the most important stories yesterday but it was also probably the least reported. making sure veterans get the care they deserve. you will hear from one vet who was in the room just ahead. some parents are, how they concerned are about getting their kids to college. >> haley deftly moving company. we are moving you here. here and also here. trade to hear right in the heart. these parents need to learn to let go and stop being helicopter
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pete: 10 minutes and thought it up on the east coast. secure to ramping up around trump tower at the president returns to the big apple for the first time since his inauguration. n.y.p.d. expecting protesters to visit with the president will hold meaning since the white house is currently being renovated. how long the president will be in new york has not been announced. president trump's approval rating on the rise after strong words against north korea. according to rasmussen and the most accurate set of polls, the president is now 45% approval
after threatening fire and fury over north korea's nuclear missile threat. the same poll had them at 39% just days before. a canadian pastor has finally returned home. landing in ontario after the government released 10 unfixed bail. he had been serving a life sentence of hard labor to use religion to destroy the government. we are going outside to clayton and abby. my producers are keeping in touch. >> keep you away from us. as teenagers have to fall, things like this would be happening at campuses across the country. >> on a come to haley and i have some paperwork. why don't you throw the went and found the bad and all that the car before they tell us. >> what is that shirt? >> kayleigh dunphy moving company. we are moving you here, here and also here.
you still love it when still love that one was funny like that. >> i bet we could still do it. >> no, no, no, don't you dare pick me up. abby: i just love that show. clingy parents let go their freshman college students. >> tremendous nonstop or cooper lawrence to my radio talkshow host and we are in the dorm room this morning. abby: a lot nicer than my dorm room. >> way nicer. parents are super hovering. i was struck by this one part of this one story in newsday. parents even asking college administrators questions like who keeps track of them when they come home at night. if they don't go to class, you will call us, right? >> these are helicopter parents that they want to parent their child even when the child is far away. they want to still feel like they are being apparent. all the research is showing you are setting your kid up to think that you don't trust them, that
they have no economy in their lives in the nets a self fulfilled prophecy when they behave that way. they act like they don't know what they're doing and they need their mommy and daddy to tell them what to do. it comes from a place of love that actually works against you. not only that, i can't maneuver my classes. to make classes. i don't know what to do. do i study, go to the assigned and they can't make decisions on their own. this is a really important time developmentally when kids have to learn how to make decisions on their own. if i had to drop a class i'm it's my decision, not my parent's decision. as i get older, i need to make decisions on my own. >> at a helicopter parent who only want the best for their kids, but can actually be quite damaging for them. how do parents know if they are helicopter parent? if you don't recognize yourself the mail never change it. >> that's the big top on. if you are texting your kid the
crazier college come if you keep your finger on her post at all times, know too much about their lives. you shouldn't know everything. they are entitled to some privacy, some things that are just for them. if your child is high in anxiety, you're also going to cause more anxiety. these kids not only are higher in anxiety and depression, but they do worse in school because they don't trust themselves to make the decisions in their classroom. >> that's a fascinating part of this study. it doesn't start when you're 18 years old and just shuttling them into the dorm room. >> baby due at the whole lies. truth or how do you roll it back. they've got a new mommy to be. abby: this is making me nervous. >> you start when you are aware. you said your kid, i raised you well. you are super smart. i trust you to make his decisions on your own. i am here for you. you call me when you need me.
abby: if you are the child, is there something they can do to address it with their parents? >> start being friends with kids but other parents who don't have helicopter parents busy that they can handle it on their own. find a role model that is a pure rather than your parents. >> i love the furry chairs. >> are you a helicopter parent? transfer no, i'm not. other parents will come over and ask where kids are. i don't even know. they are outplayed in the forest, running around. >> she said no that's too far away. you are going to state school. isn't ideally better for your child? state schools are great, but the reason she didn't want her child to go was in an reason that was the proximity. transfer harvard was my safety
school. abby: someone else is going to be talking about how you decorate the dorm room. >> yeah, because that is a big part of it. >> thanks for having me. clayton: stapling president trump for inciting violence days after the protest. they'll blame the president for anything and he joins us live next hour. abby: of all life here on this sunday morning. draper will continue to have people moving fences behind us. enjoy that sound. ♪ so all four of janice's kids are on four separate paths of self-discovery which occur at four different times in the afternoon, leaving a total of four minutes for her kids to eat. even though dinner time has become less strict,
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virginia. police do have one man in custody right mow facing murder charges -- right now facing murder charges. he is 20-year-old james alex fields. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. >> well, look, donald trump, i thought, was very explicitly clear in condemning what happened, and the fact is he will never satisfy those who hate his every word. >> the world is watching as the standoff between the united states and north korea heats up. >> this president is recognizing the fact that the situation this north korea has gotten worse, not better, by the complete failure of diplomacy. it's time for a new message to be sent, and president trump is sending that. >> today is another mile zone in our work -- milestone in our work to transform the v.a -- >> they understand that you should have a choice in where you get your medical care.
>> we're working night and day to insure our brave veterans are provided with world class treatment. now the administration is fighting more you. ♪ ♪ clayton: more foo fighters, for sure. love that. [laughter] peter: somebody in the control room, write that down. clayton: is there something on our staff that writes that down? we've got a jam packed, busy show and a lot of analysis of what unfolded yesterday in virginia. a scary afternoon down there in charlottesville. abby: we want to get right to that with a fox news alert. three people, including two state troopers, are killed in an eruption of violence in virginia yesterday. clayton: white nationalists turning violent when a car
plowed through a crowd of people. the fbi and the department of justice launching an investigation. peter: our own matt flynn joins us live with the very latest. good morn, matt. >> reporter: it is a calm, peaceful sunday here in charlottesville, hart to -- hard to imagine this was the seen of such violence yesterday that resulted in three people dead. we're in front of the medical complex where 20 injured people were brought. we are awaiting an update from the hospital to learn more about the status of those patient, and is we have learned that three additional men have been arrested in connection with yesterday's riots, one man charged with assault and battery. this morning the state of virginia and the entire country is mourning the loss of those two virginia state troopers. they have been identified as lieutenant h.j. cullen and trooper pilot burking bates. they were killed when their helicopter went down around 5:00 yesterday. the troopers were helping law enforcement monitor the white
nationalist rally in the area, and we also have another death to report and a warning of some strong video, a 32-year-old woman was killed yesterday when a driver plowed his car into a crowd here. 20-year-old james field jr. intentionally drove his gray dodge challenger into a busy area killing that 32-year-old woman and injuring 19 others. all of this mayhem and violence began yesterday when white supremacists from all over came to protest the removal of a robert e. lee statue in a park here. protesters clashing with them, by the end of the day, three people were dead. jeff sessions has owned a federal investigation into the deadly riot, and he released a statement in part saying the racial bigotry and hatred cannot be tolerated. back to you in new york. abby: matt, thank you. hoping for a peaceful day today there in charlottesville. clayton: it's been, the reaction
online immediately after this happens no matter what the president says, he responded too quickly, he didn't respond quickly enough, he didn't call it domestic terrorism, he said we should all unite but not calling out certain things. i think his statement, we'll play it for what it is and get your reaction to it. take a listen. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. on many sides. it's been going on for a long time in our country. not donald trump, not barack obama, this has been going on for a long, long time. it has no place many america. what is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives. above all else, we must remember this truth: no matter our color, creed, religion or political
party, we are all americans first. we love our country, we love our god, we love our flag, we're proud of our country, we're proud of who we are. peter: to the critics, i say could he have said it any stronger or were the? condemning in the strongest possible terms rather than cherry picking that racism and violence is never acceptable. he saluted the police, and then he talked about country and flag and about americanism, putting america first. yet on the left it's like, well, if you talk about nationalism or americanism, it's a dog whistle for white nationalism. we actually had governor huckabee on the program who said the headline should not be about president trump, it should be about these groups. but no matter what he said, as you said, clayton, they're going to find -- clay creigh it was the left and right saying he
need to call white supremacists what they are, nazis, and condemn it in the strongest terms, domestic terrorism. because president trump has been swift to -- pete: the criticism of barack obama is he cherry picked these are the people at fault, alienating another half of the country as opposed to saying if you're plowing people with cars, not okay. but we have a first amendment in this country where people with different grievances can air them. abby: either way, we played that statement from the president. and you talk about a message of bringing this country together and uniting, that is exactly what you want to hear. we asked governor mike huckabee about that, pete, and he said no matter what the president says, he's going to be criticized. >> if donald trump had suddenly jumped on marine one and walked into the jail where the young man was being held and shot him between the eyes, i guarantee you there'd been people who said he didn't use the right caliber bullet.
can hay not look in the mirror and see that their hatred of donald trump helps to fuel this division in the country? and it's not help. it's not healthy. pete: that's right. whether it's the media or the left. and i think what -- listen, the only people to blame for that violence are the people who committed it. so you're not pointing fickers in the -- fingers in the actual action, but we're further racially divided more than ever, and when multiculturalism is the only thing, you have divided allegiances. i was taught i'm an american, not a white male or a black female. i'm an american who comes into a melting pot in the country and prescribes to the ideas which have never been perfect which is why we have horrors of slavery and discrimination. if we can move past those, we can see a bigger identity in america. somehow being patriotic means you're racist, and i think it's important to have these uncomfortable conversations, because that's how you do move,
you come together as opposed to just pointing fingers and calling someone this or that -- abby: i love that you mentioned the american flag. what does that mean today? it means that no one, regard rest of your background, is better than anyone else. we should not wake up hating any other group for who they are. we're trying to digest what happened yesterday, and a lot of us -- at least i was surprised this is still going on in this country. i mean, it's sad. it's sad to me -- clayton: organized in such a way, this idea that if there's facebook groups devoted to it, you can jump online. more than half of these people came from out of state and ran car through the crowd, he was from ohio. he drove there to -- abby: and that was domestic terrorism, by the way, this 20-year-old that rammed his car into the protests that were going on and injured multiple people, killing one. that is as bad as it gets. pete: kerry sheffield said call it what you want, but the real
focus is radical islamic terrorism, it's a threat, absolutely. not ignored, but papered over by the previous administration unwilling to call -- so when you point out a terrorist attack by a radical islamists, you're pointing out someone who wants to eradicate this country from the face of the earth. you can use hateful and bigoted and an unacceptable attack -- clayton: president obama was criticized for not using islamic terrorism, and richard fowler said this president should call this exactly what it was. he drove from ohio to wreak terror on the american people in a crowded environment. it was domestic terrorism. you can try to whitewash it -- pete: we're going to learn a lot more, absolutely. but the point of terrorism, we are facing a sievizational -- civilizational threat. listen, pounding people with a car is never acceptable, so i take your point, clayton. i'm not arguing it wasn't
terrorism. that isn't the big point. the media makes it about what is he calling it, what isn't he calling it. this this particular incidence, we've got a civil discourse that doesn't work, and people have grievances. what about the fact that a lot of these guys feel like racial hiring preferences or open borders or erasing our history or racial double standards like, you know, in higher education. it's no justification for racism, but a lot of these people feel like they're being left behind in this country. just like blacks or others felt left behind in previous times. let's have that conversation so we are all americans, because that's the only nationalism that matters, is americans of every skin color. abby: yeah. look, we have freedom of speech in this country, and you compare it to places like north korea, and that's when you're grateful. but when it leads to what we saw yesterday, no one can stand by that, and it is ugly no matter where it's coming from. i don't think anyone can support any of it. there was another thing that happened yesterday and another
important thing that i know you're passionate about with the v.a. and something president trump has been talking about. he said if i get in that office, i'm going to do what i can to make the lives better for our veterans. we had dan caldwell who was at the signing yesterday, pete, you spoke to him, and he says it is a common sense move what the president did. take a listen to this. >> every veteran uses the v.a. needs to have the ability to choose to get care in the private sector if they want. and that's something that president trump supports and secretary shulkin support. they understand that if you chose to serve your country, you should have a choice in where you get your medical care. giving veterans the ability to choose where they get their health care isn't privatization. and people call it privatization because it's a poll-tested attack, it's a political talking point that ignores the reality of what choice would actually do. it's not privatization. and in many ways, it's just common sense. pete: talk about following through on a campaign promise.
so many politicians for so long used the v.a. and events as a talking point, as a political prop. and president trump has said, no, i campaigned on it, and i'm going to make it happen. yesterday in bedminster he signed the extension of the choice act after doing the v.a. accountability and whistleblower protection act. he has polled through. a good news story when they say he's getting nothing done. clayton: is this going to work? pete: i think this is a step, as dan said. this is not full choice, but when you have some choice, it's better than being trapped inside a system. the question will be can the house and the senate pass a larger choice bill that makes sure vets can take their health care and go wherever they want which is ultimately what the president campaigned on. abby: and get whatever doctor is best for whatever situation they're dealing with. well, hey, it's a move forward, pete. clayton: congress does get things done. abby: they do. on vacation. clayton: north korea claiming it's on standby to launch an
attack on america as people on the left seem to side with the rogue nation. chris wallace is here to react to that next. pete: plus, the conservative duo taking social media by storm, but youtube is cracking down on them for supporting president trump. shocker. i do monday and silk are -- diamond and silk are here live to respond. >> i like the way he was talking, he got this swag. >> he got a stance about him. >> it's a swag! you know you feel just like a lady, and he got this. >> yeah. >> he got this. abby: steve and i interviewed them. stuffy nose? can't sleep? take that. a breathe right nasal strip instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than allergy medicine alone. shut your mouth and say goodnight, mouthbreathers. breathe right.
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appear to take their side. >> kim jong un, the world always thought he was not a responsible leader. well, he's acting more responsible than this guy is. time for cranking up the anti-war machine is right now. [applause] so if you don't want to get caught deer in the headlights, start calling for diplomacy in north korea immediately. abby: here to weigh in, fox news sunday anchor chris wallace. good to have you on this morning. >> good to be on. abby: we'll start with that. you've heard from some of the democrats, that's just one example of going to the extreme here saying that the leader of north korea in some ways is sounding more rational than our own president. what do you make of that? >> well, look, he is not sounding irrational, he certainly is talking very tough. there are some people around the world who are concerned with that, including angela merkel, the chancellor of germany, and the chinese president xi. on the other hand, we do have to
point out that we've tried almost everything else to deal with north korea. we've tried diplomacy, we've tried direct talks, bill clinton sent his secretary of state, madeleine albright, there. we've tried sanctions, one of it has worked. north korea closer to having a nuclear icbm than ever that could hit the u.s. mainland, so we'll see whether, what president trump is doing will work. pete: chris, you raise a good point. rasmussen saw president trump's approval rating jump by six points to 45% this week, yet the intelligentsia critical of certain statements he's made. is president trump more in touch with americans who feel it's about time we tried a different approach, as you talked about? >> i don't know that we can say we've apiece or apologized -- appeases or apologized to kim jong un and the north korean regime. we certainly have tried softer methods, and they haven't worked, and now you see a president who is standing up the
president -- to kim jong un, the head of north korea. you know, in the end it doesn't matter about polls or what anybody says, what matters is, is it going to work? abby: right. >> is this going to get the north koreans to stand down or not? and, obviously, there is some nervousness about the fact that we at least are talking more about a confrontation. i would point out though as somebody who's been doing this for a long time, i often think it's more interesting to watch what we do rather than what we say. the fact is we have not sent military units closer to the korean peninsula, we're not evacuating americans. there are over 100,000 of them, troops, dependents, just regular americans in south korea. we haven't started evacuating them. the chairman of the joint chiefs, joseph dunford, is on the korean peninsula in south korea visiting our allies there right now. so there's an awful lot of talk of war but, frankly, right now it doesn't look like we're headed to war right away.
clayton: there's a bit of after war playing right now -- after to war playing right now between congress and the president. senator lindsey graham has been critical of his own party for not getting anything done on repeal and replace of obamacare. what will you talk to him about? >> well, we'll talk about that. we'll also, obviously, talk about the terrible events in charlottesville and about north korea. he's one of the leading voices when it comes to national security issues. mike pompeo, his first interview as director of the cia, want to talk to him about exactly how close north korea is to actually having a weapon that could strike the u.s. mainland. talk to all of them at top of the hour. abby: we look forward to that, chris. good to see you this morning. th president critics were quick to blame president trump for inciting the violence in charlottesville just moments after he strongly condemn the deadly protest. david webb says this is exactly the fight the left wants. he's up next, and he joins us live. clayton: and forget cutting in
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♪ ♪ abby: welcome back. about 25 minutes past the hour. quick headlines, an ms-13 and one of the fbi's most wanted is behind bars, an ill lisle immigrant -- illegal immigrant from honduras was arrested after a four-year manhunt. and the iranian parliament reportedly chanting death to america after voting to spend
$800 million on its ballistic missile program, but iran claims it is not breaking the terms of the controversial nuclear deal. and security is ramping up around trump tower as the president prepares to return to the big apple for the first time since his inauguration. the nyps is planning for protests -- nypd is planning for protests while the president visits. clayton: many a strong message to america, president trump condemned the violence in charlottesville saying hate and division must stop. but are critics listening? >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. on many sides. we must love each other, respect each other and cherish our history and our future together. >> mr. president, how do you respond to white nationalists who say they're participating
because they support you? clayton: here to react, fox news contributor and radio talk show host david webb. david, a lot to unpack here. he's being criticized for, among other things, these were the things that people criticized president obama about, calling why won't we call it islamic terrorism when there was a terrorism incident that was islamic extremism, why wouldn't president obama call it that. he's being criticized for not calling it domestic terrorism, calling it what it is. what do you make of this criticism? >> the criticism actually is easy to explain if you just listen to the clip that was played. the president says condemn, it has many faces, many names. what's the next question from a journalist, white nationalism. they go right for the jugular as they see it on tying it to something, alt-right, nationalism. the president had as much information as we all had, that a murderer drove a car -- and we know that, james alex fields -- into a proud of protesters.
but look who was there. the president, no matter what he does, will have this alignment of white nationalists, david duke condemning him or the far left hate movement, this loosely-associated group of people that hate trump and even some republicans who find a way to take political advantage. the anti-trump, anti-american have come together, and they want to sow this discord. they want to tear the nation apart by having these fights. you know, theyton, had we let this -- clayton, had we let this march play out, and political speech and hate speech is protected speech. they would have marched on. we should fight, we should reject hate, but it wouldn't be this major story. but here we have a major story that that has grown, the death a young woman or a 3 2k-year-old woman, 19 others injured, and we have a big story that is not being told in its context. and the problem is no matter what trump does, if he cures cancer, there will be those on
the left or the anti-trump movement who say he created it to cure it. it is ridiculous, and we as americans should, frankly, listen to what the president said. he made a very clear statement -- clayton: but, david -- >> -- and we should not listen to the narrative. clayton: david, it's not just the left. you have senators marco rubio, orrin hatch and others saying, look, we need to call this what it is, neo-naziism, fight white supremacists in this country, we need to call it what it is, and this bigotry and hate need to go. does the president need to make even his own republican party happy more vociferously and denounce this type of white racism and white extremism that we saw yesterday? will that make them happy? >> you know what? i don't think anybody who's anti-trump would be made happy by anything, back to my aforementionedded if he cured cancer, they'd say he created it to cure it. the fact is president trump has been forceful in his statements in the past, he was yesterday, he will be in the future. and those that either don't know
the man, don't know people who ever worked for him or don't know his real history, they will find a way the attack him. no matter what words he used, they will parse it. it's time to stop parsing the words and start to separate the actual discussion that needs to be had, put it in its relevant parts and attack it. david duke, the leftist, the black lives matter, the anti-trumpers, they're all loosely aligned in this attack on trump. why don't we deal with the issues as americans? we hate fascists, we don't like nazis, we don't like anyone who puts anyone in a category based on the color of their skin. we know that as americans. but look at who's pushing the narrative and trying to drive substance abuse these small camps of -- into these small camps of hate. we've turned the course on racism, sexism, women's rights. look at what this country's done. how could anyone honestly come out and say that this isn't a great country and that a
president who wants to support america for what she stands for is not a good idea? clayton: some good points and a much -- it's a very hard discussion to have this morning, david, and one we need to have this in country, i think, for all of us to come together. we appreciate you joining us, as always. thanks. >> good to see you, clayton. clayton: will elizabeth warren ever support president trump's big, beautiful wall? >> by the way, mr. president, we're never, ever going to build your stupid wall. [cheers and applause] clayton: well, guess not. [laughter] is that the winning message democrats need? and they're the conservative duo taking social media by storm, but youtube is cracking down on them for supporting president trump. diamond and silk are here live to respond to that next. >> i like the way he was talking -- >> yes. >> he got this swag. >> he got a stance about him. >> he got a swag. it's a swag when you know you feel just like a lady -- >> yeah.
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constitution, and this as vice president pence is heading to colombia later today, his first stop of a weeklong trip to latin america that will not include venezuela. elizabeth warren claims she is not running for president, but she cannot stop slamming the president over some of his biggest promises. listen. >> mr. president, we're never, ever going to build your stupid wall. [cheers and applause] abby: the massachusetts senator also calling the president's travel ban a, quote, stain on america. and after a car was used to mow down violent protesters in charlottesville, virginia, yesterday somehow now it's the nra's fault. shannon process, the founder of moms demand action, tweeted the radicalization of america has been encouraged by the nra and carry laws which enable armed intimidation, hashtag charlottesville.
guns were not even listed in the state's top ten causes of death back in 2016, that's according to the cdc. we're always quick to point the finger, aren't we? and what does someone do when wind blows down a flag in? this man finally decides to stick it in the ground to let it fly once again before the owner returns home. that's a patriot for you. pete: that's cool. you didn't know anybody would do that. well, here to get some reaction on the news of the day, we're going to bring in social media sensations diamond and silk. thank you for joining "fox & friends" weekend. it's great to have you both. abby: morning, ladies. >> thank you for having us. pete: of course, we need to get your thoughts on what happened in charlottesville, how the president responded to it and, of course, to how we always see the critics have responded to the president. what's your take? >> first of all, the president
cannot be one-sided, he has to look at everything going on. >> that's right. >> when you look at the kkk which was created by the democrats and all of these oh groups, they were all spewing hate, and they were all creating violence. >> that's right. >> and all of them should be condemned and denied. period. it can't be one-sided. all of it was wrong for doing what they're doing. listen, we are a country of diversity -- >> that's right. >> if you don't want to live in this country, then build yourself an island and go over there. >> that's right. >> but we have to live in this country together, and people's freedom of speech has to be protected because with it's protected by the first amendment. so we didn't look at -- we can't look at one side, we have of to look at all sides. now 19 people are injured and a person is killed because of why? clayton: they came there to protest from all over the country, they drove to protest the removal of the robert e. lee statue there in charlottesville. where do you come down on that point, the removal of the, of
these confederate statues? >> okay. but these confederate statues was put up by democrats, so this is what i say. if you going to take -- be you're going to take these statues down, put them in a museum. >> that's right. >> because we can never let the democrats forget what they did to our country -- this yeah. >> -- when it comes to manipulating people in order to dominate. >> that's right. and we've got to also keep in mind that we are the united states, not the divided states, and we are one race, the human race. abby: it was a message to similar to what we heard from president trump yesterday. you both voted for former barack obama last election. the president's been criticized though for his speech yesterday for the fact that he should have been more critical of the white group, the white nationalist group involved in this. how do you respond to the critics out there? >> well, you know what? we got to look at all sides. >> that's right. >> i didn't like the white nationalists, the kkk, the neo-nazis, david duke, but i also didn't like black lives
matter. you can't go shut down nobody's free speech, and you can't be in the country talking about you don't want to live with black people or minorities, so it's all wrong on all sides. >> all sides. >> can i just also make another point? we had hillary clinton saying i'm going to start the resistant movement. those things are part of the problem, and it needs to be addressed. >> that's right. >> because we shouldn't be resisting the administration, the president. we should all be living in harmony and getting along. and we're going to have to agree to disagree, especially when we have a disagreement in this country. pete: you just talked about free speech, and you've brought to light what you feel like is a cracking down on free speech on youtube. you say they have intentionally targeted your videos for demontyization meaning they're not seen as widely. tell us what you think you're facing there from youtube. >> well, absolutely. listen, they stopped the monetization of our videos, we don't know why.
they keep saying it's not suitable for all advertisers. so now youtube is making the decisions for the advertisers instead of allowing the advertisers to make decisions for themselves based on demographics. >> that's right, yes. >> we feel like this is a discrimination, our voices are being censored. because you don't like what we say or what we speak, now i want to pull the tube from you. >> that's right. >> listen, even though youtube is a private company, it's open to the public. we had an agreement, a contractual agreement. >> that's right. >> we agreed to their terms and their conditions, and then all of a sudden because you're in good standard, but because we don't like this here, we think it's controversial, we're going to pull your monetization. that's wrong. >> that's wrong. >> first of all, we're two minorities, two black women, conservative, republican, and we are donald trump supporters, loyal supporters. >> that's right. >> for them to do that is biased, it's prejudiced, it's discrimination. clayton: so 250 brands pulled their ads from youtube earlier this year because of what they
claimed were sort offed radical videos. youtube responded and was trying to go through these different channels that they thought were more extremist, and they were sort of pulling the monetization from those videos. have you heard from youtube? have you been able to appeal any of your videos to them? >> if you appeal a video, they send you back a little, small statement, not suitable for all advertisers -- >> that's right. >> they really don't have a good appeal process. the deal is our videos were monetized for the past two years. >> two years. >> now all of a sudden you want to demontize them for what? we put out a video yesterday where we were having lunch with two other patriotic americans -- >> that's right. >> -- that happened to be white, and they said that this was, it could be monetized. >> that's right. >> because it's not suitable for all advertisers. so you're telling us that all of these advertisers, none of them, want to advertise around diamond and silk's platte9 form? and even though we've had 16
million people to view that platform be, those people are consumers that bought products and use the services too. >> that's right. >> all right. diamond and silk, your voices are heard this morning. pete: they sure are. abby: thank you for being here. clayton: still to come in our final hour, alveda king, maria bartiromo, dan bongino, all here live. abby: plus, how to turn your college dorm room from drab to absolutely fab. we've got decorating tips that will save you time and money. ooh, i wish my dorm room looked like that. definitely didn't. [laughter] ♪ ♪ you don't let anything keep you sidelined. that's why you drink ensure. with 9 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. for the strength and energy to get back to doing... ...what you love. ensure. always be you. will people know it means they'll get the lowest price guaranteed on our rooms by booking direct on choicehotels.com?
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percent of politicians including senate minority leader chuck schumer, senator cory booker and others pay their interns absolutely nothing. and speaking of paying up, a school? florida is accused of asking parents to cough up $100 in exchange for getting their kids a, quote, front of the line lunch pass. but junior high officials claim the orientation form was the result of a clerical error. clayton, you and i have been talking about this. that's kind of like real life. clayton: i mean, it's a reality, right? the tsa precheck, you pay an extra couple hundred bucks, go to the front of the line -- pete: and clear, where you can put your fingerprint and pay a -- abby: i had no idea that existed. no matter how old you are, you would always love the option to skip the line. clayton: special interests in washington a that's what our whole government's built around. abby: it's sad. clayton: meanwhile, breaking news. abby: ivanka trump tweeted about 37 minutes about what happened
yesterday in charlottesville, she tweets this out: there should be no place many society for racism, white supremacy and neo-nazis. we must all come together as americans and be one country united, hashtag charlottesville. so immediately, my action to that was there's going to be criticism that her tweet was different from the statement we heard from her dad, president trump, yesterday. he didn't specifically point the finger at white nationalists, and a lot of the critics said this should be -- and nazis. she went there this morning. pete: as the president has said, she's got her own voice and a very strong one, and so a lot of people will welcome that. but i think there's others that welcome the fact the president didn't dabble into those waters, and i'm sure he's condemned nazis and david cook and others on the -- david duke and others on all sides. there's no reason to run into people with cars or beat people over the heads with batons. that's violence, and we don't need it. clayton: so another person who's made some controversial comments
is carol swain, she was on justice the ore night talking about all of this, and she says the immediate. >> just doesn't get -- the media just doesn't get it. we'll discuss. >> they're using white supremacy and white nationalists as terms to encompass everyone. >> it's interchangeable, right. >> the movement that i started where people who are more intellectual, that were not espousing violence, in fact, they were using social science data, fbi statistics and science to make a case, and they were saying that he were not white supremacists, that they wanted separatism, and they wanted self-determination. they felt that white was like any other group, they couldn't celebrate their own culture. at the time, i knew that only of the people -- that some of the people who would be attracted to the movement would also fall into the clutches of the more extreme element. but for the most part, what i warned about and called the new
white nationalism was new because it was not espousing violence, it was not using racial epithets. it was saying white is like any other group. whites were being discriminated against. there was no one standing up. pete: yeah. what's very interesting about her perspective is she studied this movement decades ago before it became more prominent or visible, you might say. and while she would, of course, like all of us condemn racism, she tries to get to the bottom of from their view, how do they view themselves and what might their grievances be. abby: and, of course, it causes controversy because everyone's saying why would you even care what they're thinking? but i think it's an important point as the media always jumps to conclusions of what exactly happened to dig a little deeper, to get a better understanding of the stories they're covering. we've been talking on this couch, i mean, when we talk about white nationalists versus white supremacists, the point she made there saying there's a difference between the two. and, pete, i think there's a lot
of confusion about that. pete: what we're not confused about is anything with white in front of it only is wrong. but they're also rejecting the argument that says it's only black lives that matter. the argument is, it isn't about being black or white. from the perspective of these folks, they're saying i'm being told i have white privilege. i'm being told i'm the one sitting in the back of the bus whereas 60 or 70 years ago it was overt racism. affirmative action policies, racial hiring prefers, open borders, erasing monuments even be they're difficult. is that's where they're coming from. and that's -- but that's not what president trump is saying. he's saying americanism, not white nationalism, and that means putting your country first as opposed to your racial identity. abby: yeah. pete: that's what america rejects as an ideal. we are a collection of ideas and freedom. abby: right. and not that any of us stand by
or or support that, but to that professor's point -- pete: these are conversations we're supposed to have in a free society. abby: a coming up, we're showing you how to turn your dorm room from drab to absolutely fab. we've got decorating tips that will save you time and money. that's up next. ♪go your own way copd tries to say, "go this way." i say, "i'll go my own way" with anoro. ♪go your own way once-daily anoro contains two medicines called bronchodilators, that work together to significantly improve lung function all day and all night. anoro is not for asthma . it contains a type of medicine that increases risk of death in people with asthma. the risk is unknown in copd. anoro won't replace rescue inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than once a day. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition, high blood pressure, glaucoma, prostate, bladder, or urinary problems. these may worsen with anoro. call your doctor if you have worsened breathing, chest pain,
♪ ♪ abby: welcome back. it's back to school time, if you can believe it, college kids and their families are expected to spend close to $1,000ing on back to school supplies. how can you turn that drab dorm room into something that is fabulous? here with decorating tips is amy sewall, found inner of shop with style. -- founder of shop with style. i can't believe we're already back to going to school. >> i know. abby: you say the first place to start is do your homework.
>> yeah. you need to do your homework before you head to campus. check with the school to see what's in that room. is there furniture that can be moved? you also want to to check the size of the belled. and, of course, also check with your roommate and see what they're going to bring, that way you're not buying extra things that you have to return. abby: the biggest thing i remember from college is trying to get a good night's sleep. your bed's going to be tiny, but how do do you make it affordable and comfortable? >> the good place is with this memory form mattress topper. it'll give you a nice cushy layer. we have it right down here, it's a nice 3-inch thick memory foam. then just a mattress protector to wrap that in is always a good first layer. and a bed in a bag or comforter set the set the style of the room. this is $99.99 for this swire set, so it's a nice way to set the tone.
fur is a huge trend year. you see all the faux fur accessories -- abby: it's cozy and comfortable. >> when you're away from home and you're a new student, that's exactly a what you want. multitasking is key. for example, we have a garment rack back here which is really nice, and these hanging closet organizers are an amazing way to organize your clothes, you could also do towels, i know people whoo use them to organize snacks and toiletries. you don't have things accumulating in piles on the floor. other great ways, i love this storage cart that we have over here. if you take a look at this, these little carts have drawers on them. they also have adjustable tops. you can get a lot of great storage and also use it as a stand-up desk which a lot of people like to use. abby: amy, this is awesome stuff. i do want to thank bed, bath and beyond for providing a lot of this stuff. amy, thank you so much. >> thank you.
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three people including two law enforcement officers killed during violent clashes at a white nationalist rally in virginia. police do have one man in custody right now, facing murder charges. he is 20-year-old james alex fields. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence, on many sides. >> the fact is, he will never satisfy those who hate his every word. >> they were all creating violence. >> we as americans should frankly listen to what the president said.
he made a very clear statement, and we should not listen to the narrative. >> the world is watching, as the standoff between the united states and north korea heats up. >> this president is recognizing the fact that the situation in north korea has gotten worse, not better, by the complete failure of diplomacy. it is time for a new message to be sent and president trump is sending that. >> today's another milestone in our work to transform the va. >> they understand that if you chose to serve your country, you could have a choice in where you get your medical care. >> now the administration is fighting for you. welcome back to fox & friends on this sunday morning. fox news alert, three people have been killed including two state troopers during a violent day of protests involving white nationalists in charlottesville, virginia. and now the justice department
and the fbi are investigating. >> that is where we find our reporter who is live for us where the victims are hospitalized in charlottesville with an update. a tragic day yesterday, what are you hearing, matt? >> abby, definitely tragic. it is just a calm beautiful sunday morning here, almost eerily quiet and difficult to think that this was the scene of those violent and hateful riots yesterday that left three people dead and this morning we are standing in front of the university of virginia medical complex. we have been talking with the hospital all morning, and we expect to hear an update on the 20 victims that were brought here yesterday as a result of those chaotic riots. we have also learned this morning that three additional men have been arrested. one man charged with assault and battery. and today the state of virginia and the entire country is mourning the loss of those two virginia state troopers identified as lieutenant h.j. cullen and trooper berke bates. those men were killed when their helicopter went down around 5:00 yesterday. they were helping law
enforcement monitor the white nationalist rally in the area. now, we have a warning for strong video. there is another death to report, a 32-year-old woman was killed yesterday when a driver plowed his car into a crowd here. police say 20-year-old james field jr. intentionally drove his gray dodge challenger into a busy area killing that woman and injuring 19 others. his mother says she never saw it coming. >> i just knew he was going to a rally. i mean, you know, i try to stay out of his political views. you know, we don't -- you know, i don't really get too involved. >> attorney general jeff sessions has released a statement saying racial bigotry and hatred will not be tolerated, and he has also launched a federal investigation into yesterday's riots. back to you in new york. >> thank you for that update. >> hoping for a peaceful day today.
i think we're all waking up in a lot of shock. our thoughts and prayers are with everyone that was injured including the two state troopers that were out there trying to save some lives and they end up losing their lives. heart breaking. >> in moments like this, you look to the president of the united states, to leadership, to make us all feel calm, no matter what the president said, whether he came out five minutes later or an hour later, it doesn't matter, the same with president obama, if he came out five minutes or an hour later, there will be criticism and praise on both sides of this. we will play president trump's sound bite from yesterday. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides. it's been going on for a long time in our country. not donald trump, not brouk -- not barack obama. it's been going on for a long long time. no place in america.
what is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives. above all else, we must remember this truth, no matter our color, creed, religion or political party, we are all americans first. we love our country. we love our god. we love our flag. we're proud of our country. we're proud of who we are. >> i think the president nailed it. condemning in the strongest possible terms hatred and bigotry on all sides as opposed to immediately picking a side out of the gate. he saluted the police specifically for what they did. that was even before those two officers lost their lives through an accident with the helicopter. this line to me is so important. he said we are all americans first. you hear the slogan america first. but what does that mean if you are america first? it means you are not a racial identity first. you are not a class first. you are not a gender first.
you're not a sexual orientation first. you are not a country first. it is not multiculturalism first. it is america first. if we see ourselves through that lens, then it unites us as opposed to dividing us which frankly the left and others have done for so long saying no i see you as a gender or a race or a class and that creates division. we love our country. we love our god. we love our flag. we are proud of our country. that to me is a unifying message that people should be drawn to as opposed to criticize. >> ivanka trump took it one step further with a tweet this morning. >> the criticism that he was getting was that he did not actually address the white supremacy movement, the white nationalists. to your point clayton, she tweeted out this morning addressing that directly. she said there should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and neo-nazis we must all come together as americans and be one country united. hashtag charlottesville. >> she took it one step further saying look, we need to point this out, that white nationalism has no place here.
this idea we need a white majority in this country, white dominance, white political class which is what this group wanted when they showed up in charlottesville, that's what they stand for. then you have the extremists like this guy who drove from ohio and smashed his car into that poor woman there which was just a tragic afternoon. so there are a number of senators, republicans too, not just on the left orrin hatch and others who have come out and said we need to get rid of this type of stuff in our country, neo-naziism. >> you can call that out but still also listen to the grievances of young african-american males who feel like they are looked at differently by police. that discussion should still be had. just like young white men who feel like i'm treated differently in this country than i feel like i should have. i've become a second-class citizen. they tell me i have white privilege. none of that justifies racial
preferences or violence at all. there's always a grievance underneath it that it's worth talking about. we should never live in a politically correct culture that we can't have a conversation. there's a reason those people were out there. some of it is outright racism and need to be condemned but a lot of it is i feel like my country is slipping away. just because i talk about white nationalism doesn't mean i'm talking in code and i'm a racist. >> these conversations need to be had. i think on the other side you have you know members of the white supremacy or nationalist movement where any group that sees themselves above anybody else, or wakes up hating someone else, that's not where anybody should be, that's not what america is about or what a patriot is. some people are wanting this fight to happen. listen to this reporter. hear what he has to say. >> the president no matter what
he does will have this alignment white nationalists, david duke condemning him or this hate movement, this loosely associated group of people that hate trump, and even some republicans who find a way to take political advantage. the anti-trump, anti-american have come together and they want to have this discord. they want to tear the nation apart by having these fights. no matter what trump does, if he cures cancer, there will be those on the left or the anti-trump movement who said he created it to cure it. it is ridiculous and we as americans should frankly listen to what the president said. he made a very clear statement, and we should not listen to the narrative. >> also i think the criticism is fair, though. we were talking about it this morning. i think a lot of people would concede, you know, president trump in the past when there's been domestic terrorism was quick to come out, very fast to call it what it was, terrorism, radical islamic terrorism. >> because president obama
wouldn't even after evidence was outright and clear when it was radical islamic terrorism. >> president trump has been criticized often times for coming out too quickly to call it what it is. a lot of people who support trump love that about him that he is the first one to call it what it is. when he didn't come out yesterday -- he didn't have all the facts either with this car that rammed down in these protests, killed one person, injuring 19 others, maybe he will come out today and call it terrorism. >> the definition of terrorism also includes a political or ideology angle to it, which could qualify. we will learn more about this guy. more information will be coming out today, i'm sure. the president talked about unity. vice president joe biden, though, tweeting. he tweeted this, if you want unity then you don't tweet things like this, that there's only one side hashtag charlottesville. of course we condemn racism.
but i feel like so much of the mainstream media misses the fact that his call was one of unity. if the american flag is the new confederate flag or it is a political symbol, we are in a really bad spot in this country. because there's nothing that the president said that was anything other than hey i'm an american, every african-american i know is an american, same with hispanics came to this country, we need to love the flag and its ideals knowing our history isn't perfect. we enslaved people. that was contrary to our ideas. let's try to come together as opposed to any movement having a race in front of it, black lives matter or white nationalism, that's not helpful. >> right. he said many many many sides in his comments, racism, extremism on many many sides. >> this goes well before even barack obama, goes well throughout our history. we been talking about this morning and will continue to talk about it. more headlines.
one top u.s. generals arriving moments ago in south korea amid growing tensions with the north. joseph dunford is meeting with senior officials of both the u.s. and south korean military as we speak. he also plans to visit japan and china before he leaves. also this, one of the fbi's most wanted, seen right there, is now behind bars. walter gomez an illegal immigrant from honduras was arrested in virginia without incident after a four year manhunt. he will be extradited to new jersey where he faces several charges, including the brutal killing of a former gang member back in 2011. and president trump following through on another campaign promise by making sure our veterans g et the medical care -- get the medical care they want and deserve. the commander-in-chief signing a 2.1 billion dollars law that allows vets to see a doctor of their choice even if they are outside of the government system. listen here. >> this bill will ensure that veterans continue to have the ability to see the doctor of their choice, so important. and don't have to wait or travel long distances for care.
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this man will not get away with what he's doing, believe me. and if he utters one threat or if he does anything with respect to guam, or any place else that's an american territory, or an american ally, he will truly regret it. >> president trump calling out kim jong-un saying the u.s. will not stand for his threats. >> so should the u.s. military get involved at this point? joining us now is a man that knows a little bit about that, the man who killed osama bin laden, fox news contributor and author of the great book "the operator". i believe it is on the shelf behind me here. a fantastic read. rob o'neill, thanks for being here. >> good morning. >> a lot of talk about what might happen in north korea. obviously you are a guy that was on the ground in many different theaters. we talk about missile shields and missiles and defenses, could there be a ground aspect to
this? should there be? >> there is a ground aspect to it, and we could do it. i don't think it would be like the bin laden raid for example where we're going to sneak in and just kill, capture kim jong-un. if it's not the chinese special forces that do it, it will be a big missile strike. it would be a shock and awe kind of thing. we did it before in iraq and proven we are designed to fight big military. it is not going to take very long. we won't strike first preemptively but it won't come to special forces on our side. >> important, intelligence, cia director on fox news sunday just moments ago, we will play it later in the show for you, he just told our own chris wallace that he is concerned that north korea is moving very quickly at an alarming rate, getting a nuclear missile capable of hitting the united states. those are his words. >> right. they are moving, and also we're concerned about the submarine technology that they think they have. the issue they haven't been
fighting everybody and they're not aware of what we're aware of and what we can do. our anti-sub is the best in the history of the planet. if we do come to a place where we're fighting them, we will wipe everything they have out right off the bat. it is not going to be like a punch each other in the face back and forth. if anything, they got a shot off first -- it is up to kim jong-un whether or not his entire country gets wiped out >> it would be like your little brother getting a cheap shot in before you pound him. >> exactly. kind of like in iraq and afghanistan, we have troops in contact, they don't need to be actively engaging you but they need to be in a position where they could, when they feel threatened, you could use force. if it looks like they have moved to a spot or a submarine is in a place where they could launch, especially against the mainland, i don't think we have any choice but to wipe it out. not necessarily the entire
country, but the threat. >> it matters how kim jong-un interprets that. >> china is getting what they want out of this. they don't like a lot of u.s. forces in the pacific. without them firing a shot, korea is kind of doing that there. this is a spoiled little brat that's in charge. people are afraid of him. china is getting sick of him. they are tired of him. >> we are out of time. interesting question about china, do they see our nuclear power subbeds -- subs off the island as provocation, therefore if north korea fires first, we were kind of hovering out there to begin with. >> we need to put a missile defense system in south korea. we are going to build it up. it would be provocation but it is because of a reaction to north korea and what they are doing wrong. china is obviously interested in that part of the world. they don't want a lot of this going on. they don't want to fight us either.
it is distracting from a lot of places like north korea, china, iran, all that stuff. no shortage of business right now. >> thank you very much. >> president trump's critics blasting the president's reaction to the violence. we will have more for you. try new parodontax toothpaste. ♪ (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) the joy of real cream in 15 calories per serving. enough said. reddi-wip. (flourish spray noise) share the joy.
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i mean you see the pictures of that car speeding down the street and people getting hit. they are too graphic to even look at. i mean, they are really horrible, but what's really sad is that a moment that should be, you know, a collective national mourning, where everybody can put the partisan politics aside, again we're getting into this who is to blame and who is not to blame, did trump do this nonsense? and, you know, it is really pathetic. i mean, think about what happened after that alexandria shooting. every responsible conservative republican and libertarian i know said the exact same thing. although the guy who did that was a bernie sanders supporter, bernie sanders bears no responsibility for the act of a maniac. but what happened after this? you have a group of people including some journalists i might add eager to jump on this and blame this on donald trump? i mean, are you insane? what kind of response is that to a horrific thing like what happened yesterday when we should all be in mourning and asking ourselves collectively what happened. >> you talk about the importance
of us coming together after something as horrific as this. and many members of the left criticized the president for not coming down harder on one specific group here. i can't help but think about when president barack obama was in office, and we had the black lives matter, movement, many of them turned quite violent. lives were lost. he was criticized at that point for in the coming down harder on that violence. is there a double-standard that exists today? >> the double-standard is so -- it is so big right now between the ideological left and the ideological right, and it is really the double-standard that's driving the animosity between the two. because you have people on the right that feel like no matter what they do or what they say, no matter how much they denounce violence, no matter how much they denounce racism in any form, no matter how much they denounce the harsh political rhetoric on both sides, they are still going to be blamed for the act of a maniac. yet when this happens on a left
and you see actual violence on college campuses, what happens? it's conservatives actually running out and saying listen not all democrats are responsible for this. but, you know, there are some people calling for violence, black lives matter. we have had that on tape. and yet the double-standard again this driving this wedge. i think, abby, this is important, i think this is what's alienating a large swath of middle america that's not as ideological as we think. they are tired of being called racists. they want nothing to do with these people, you know >> that's a fabulous point and needs to be made this morning. >> i want to ask you a law enforcement question, dan, if i can, from your secret service background and n.y.p.d. back dround. -- background. when we look at these extremists, we know there will be more of these rallies from the coming weeks these people are driving across the country, from a law enforcement perspective, from a secret service perspective, how do you prevent one of these nuts from doing something like this? >> that's a great question. during my time in the secret
service, the golden rule was this, we don't stop protests, ever, unless there's an actual threat to the president or others, as long as you are not inciting violence, you are free to say something, however abhorrent that something you say may be, but how do you prevent this kind of stuff? from a law enforcement perspective, it's all preoperative intelligence. you need good sources on the ground. you need to what we used to say kind of shape the trees in the community. if you hear some rumblings in the background that there are people whether they are from the left or from the right, that are there to cause violence, harm and criminality to other people, if that's the case, they forfeited their entire right to political activism. there is no 1st amendment right to beat up someone, ever, and someone may tell you on either side of the political aisle but intelligence matters. >> well said. >> dan, thank you very much. >> got it, guys, have a great weekend. yesterday we played this
message from rosie o'donnell to north korea. >> not again. >> hey mr. kim jong-un, i'm sorry if i didn't pronounce that right. anyway, sir, our president donald is a moron. don't listen to him. we don't. >> this morning scott bayo has a message for her on behalf of all america. >> we need to stop paying attention to her in the first place. >> could rising tensions with north korea stall the chance of getting tax reform done in washington? maria bartiromo is here to break it all down. she's up next.
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so we will see how that plays out. we have actually got the congressman representative garrett on this morning to talk about charlottesville. that's his district. we will talk about that. but we're also going to go into the agenda. i spoke with kevin brady this weekend, the chairman of the house ways and means committee. there is a real adamant move from house republicans to get tax reform done. they have a big event on wednesday. they are going to the reagan ranch to talk about tax reform. here's what i predict. three brackets, 12%, 25%, and 35% for individuals. and then all the at the low end 0%. so we will see a change in brackets. collapsing number of brackets from 7 to 3. i expect the corporate rate to be 22% because they are doing away with the border adjustment tax. they won't be able to do president trump's 15% because they need revenue somewhere. i do think they will get rid of a lot of deductions. i think they will get this done. they have to get something on the president's desk by thanksgiving. >> i'm sure they showed you the
postcard they have going on. what's interesting about this effort on tax reform is the house working with the senate is working with the white house. it seems to be out of the gates they are going to come up with a coherent plan together that should make it more likely to pass, especially if republicans finally live up to their words maybe once. >> i totally agree. we need democrats in participating in some governing this year. we haven't seen that yet. >> do you think they will when it comes to tax reform? >> i agree with pete. there's a lot of common ground on tax reform. they all want to see taxes come down. the difference is the democrats want to sing this song that you are cutting taxes for the rich. they want to continue this narrative over and over again. which is not the case in the tax reform plan right now. you have to believe they will come together on something. i don't know, if they don't, they will pass a budget included in that budget they will do reconciliation and hopefully they will get the votes they need just from the republicans to pass something. >> you mentioned deductions. you imagine a lot of those will go away. can you give us a hint >> the deductions that will stay will be the mortgage deduction and charitable deduction. a lot of people give away money
because they are getting a tax break on it. let's be honest. i think they will keep the charitable deduction. but everything else is on the table. i mean clayton, the bottom line is, there are a lot of deductions in the tax code right now, 72,000 pages long. >> do you know who benefits from them? the rich who have the lawyers the accountants and the lobbyists. >> if you take away the deductions you are actually increasing taxes on the rich but you won't hear that from the left. >> who else do you have on today? >> the head of the armed services committee. we will talk about what's happening in north korea and how big of a threat is this. how should we be looking at this? the north koreans are saying we're going to hit america in the middle of august. this is a real unknown. we want to see how the u.s. is preparing for it. we have that as well. >> you have a busy show. >> you have a lot to cover. [laughter] >> see you in 20 minutes. ? we will be watching. good to see you. >> thank you. the mayor of kentucky --
mayor jim gray tweeting this out, i'm taking action to relocate the confederate statues. we have thoroughly examed this issue and heard -- examined this issue and heard from many of our citizens. the statues sit on the lawn of the former courthouse soon to be a new visitor's center. as president trump's promise to build a border wall gets closer to reality, the protesters have assembled. those activists in mission, texas hoping to stop the nearly 2 billion dollars in money approved by the house of representatives to start building more than 60 miles of border wall there. that money is currently waiting for senate's approval. and forget nuclear war with north korea, it is artificial intelligence that poses a greater risk to all of us. that is what tesla ceo elon musk claims in a new tweet. he says if you are not concerned
about ai safety, you should be. vastly more risk than north korea, including a picture of his tweet saying that in the end the machines will win. and scott baio making rosie o'donnell an offer she will likely refuse after she made this video. yes, we're going to show it again apologizing to kim jong-un. >> mr. kim jong-un, sorry if i didn't pronounce that right, anyway, sir, our president donald is a moron. don't listen to him. we don't. >> may that video rest in peace. you will never see it again. >> i hope not. >> baio tweeting this out if rosie o'donnell likes kim jong-un the north korean dictator so much, how about just moving there. rosie o'donnell has not responded y et. >> our producers just promised us at 9:39 eastern time that will be the last time we will see that video again on our show. >> is that a promise? >> it is a promise. >> they usually keep their promises. tune in tomorrow to find out. >> we also have some promises in the weather department. >> gorgeous here, the last
couple of hours, the last hour, the sun it is getting hot out here. do you like the weather out here in new york? i talked to folks from as far away as japan and italy. we have folks from the entire country. they are enjoying this new york city weather. there are spots around the country where we are tracking heavy showers. really the ent isser of the country -- the center of the country is an area i'm paying attention today, chance of severe weather portions of north central texas, kansas, nebraska, where we will see a potential of some severe storms. another big story out in the tropics as we speak. tropical depression 8, this will become our next tropical storm. that's going to be happening later today. here's your tropical models. not looking as of right now that this is going to make its way to shore. so that not going to be an issue for folks along the east coast. otherwise we're just out here enjoying the rest of the day. everybody say, hey. >> hey. >> i know you guys will be out here in a little bit. it is hot, but it is feeling good too. >> thanks, adam. >> still a lovely breeze,
though. thank you, adam. president trump not mincing words about the violence yesterday in charlottesville. >> condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides. >> dr. martin luther king jr. once said that nonviolence resistance is the true path to freedom. his niece is here to react to the president's words. she's up next. and another football star taking a page unfortunately from the colin kaepernick play book. are we going to do this again this year for the nfl? you will find out. it's time to rethink what's possible. rethink the experience. rethink your allergy pills. flonase sensimist allergy relief uses unique mistpro technology and helps block 6 key inflammatory substances with a gentle mist. most allergy pills only block one. and 6 is greater than one. rethink your allergy relief.
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anthem with his hat on eating a banana. he has publicly backed kaepernick's antics. bryce harper, the outfielder hyperextending his knee while slipping on a west first base. he's going to undergo an mri today. that would be a big blow to the nats for sure. heck of a ballplayer. west point grad ever to play professional baseball gets a standing ovation during his mlb debut. the blue jays pitcher defeating the pirates striking out three batters. he was previously served on active duty then went to mlb, a very cool story from west point. over to you abby. >> very cool. good for him. president trump strongly condemning everyone involved in the violence in charlottesville, virginia yesterday. take a listen. >> we condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides. >> dr. martin luther king jr.
once said that non-violent resistance is the most potent weapon available to oppressed people in their struggle for freedom. here with her take is dr. king's niece -- dr. king's niece and a fox news contributor. always good to have you with us. >> good morning, abby and fox & friends. hi, everybody. >> i think most of the country is waking up feeling unsettled wondering how on earth today could we see something like what happened yesterday. your uncle always had words of wisdom, of unity, of peace during troubling times. what do you think he would say today? >> you know, i'm also a christian evangelist and director of civil rights for the unborn, and so i'd like to speak and say that racism is sin. hatred is sin. and my uncle would say today also with that beautiful quote that you've already stated, we must learn to live together as brothers and sisters or perish
as fools. finally he said i decided to stick with love because hate is too great a burden to bear. so he would encourage us to cease-fire, stop the violence, racism is just sin. and so anything that promotes my race is better than your race, when we're all human beings, one blood, acts 17:26, we have to get off that page and finally resolve the problem of racism in america. we've got to do it. >> it is a similar message that we heard from president trump yesterday, just this message of unity, what we should stand for as americans, what the american flag means, you know, what the symbolism of god and patriotism. that was his message yesterday. he didn't identify one group or another. he's been criticized by a lot of people for not making this more one-sided. do you think that that's fair? >> i had so many texts and tweets and messages, the president should do this. the president should do that. but in serving god and serving america, he's got to speak to the hearts of everyone.
that's what my dad reverend king, my uncle martin luther king jr., my grand father, we were working then to transform in the 60s, i marched and went to jail, i was blown up by the ku klux klan in our home, but we knew the goals were to transform the laws and transform the human hearts towards compassion. in order to move towards that, we have to stop the violence. the president is right about that. >> before we go, this all started because of possibly taking down this confederate statue. some people say it has to go down. this represents hate. but other people say look this is part of our history. it should stay there. where do you fall on that debate? >> i believe when nikki haley was governor and they took the flag down, the confederate flag, some things you can't just throw it away and erase it, but put it in a museum within context and say, this was at a time when we were fighting because we didn't understand that we were one human race, but now we've got to transcend. so they belong in museums and so
i believe that we're going to have to get to a win-win situation dealing with the hearts, resolving the matter and become this beloved community that i was brought up to believe for. >> yeah, these are tough conversations to have, but your voice is so needed this morning. let's just hope we can all find some peace from here. dr. king, good to see you today. >> good to see you, thank you. >> all right, coming up next, time for some levity. the dog days of summer are not over yet, and we are keeping your dog cool, i mean, cool with the weather, but also looking pretty cool. that's straight ahead. as moms, we send our kids out into the world, full of hope. and we don't want something like meningitis b getting in their way. meningococcal group b disease, or meningitis b, is real. bexsero is a vaccine
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♪ >> i have been looking forward to this segment all morning long. the dog days of summer have not come to an end just yet. how can you help your pet beat the heat? >> she is not joking. she's been talking about it all morning. we're glad it's here. here with some top gadgets is a veterinarian and with her are some four legged friends. >> thank you for having me. great way to beat the heat is to head out to the water. we have some fabulous canine models. our first model -- >> can we get a close up? >> she's a 6-year-old chocolate lab. she's decked out. remember that not all dogs can swim. >> that's true. >> this is a life vest. it's lightweight. it's reflective, and it floats. and just in case you need to retrieve your pet from the
water, it's got a great handle. >> you have got to have shoes. >> you have to have shoes because remember if it's too hot for your feet, it's too hot for your pet's paws. >> i feel like they are tougher on than we are on the bottom of our feet. >> actually it is just like yours. these protect the paws from all terrains whether it's too hot or too cold. and then what about those sensitive eyes? >> that's what i want to know about. >> take a look at these great goggles. 100% uv protection. >> they are called doggles. >> the lenses are shatter proof and antifog. they fit about every size of head. >> if you don't want to put your dog in goggles, the canopy, is this another option? >> the canopy is great when you are trying to get shade. >> he's very hot. >> that's a good point, abby. dogs can't sweat like you and i. in order to lose heat, everybody has their mouth open.
they are panting a little bit. abby this is the cooling vest. it is a great item. soak it in water for a few minutes. it keeps your dog cool for up to four hours. >> he seems very thrilled with this on. >> this is a dog that loves the water. hi, she does, yes, indeed. >> will she go in? >> i think this dog would do anything that had something to do with water. i think she's a little camera shy right now. >> i will get in the water. >> i've got some more items to show you. >> how about if you are camping and you don't have gadgets like this, you are outdoors? >> we talked about the pet canopy. it is lightweight. you can pop it in and out of your car in a matter of minutes. right over here, to my left -- >> this is like a -- >> this is better set-up than i have. >> this is a pet tent. it's a portable pet house. this is pepper. come on and take little break, pepper. [laughter] >> look how good she is. >> i might take this dog home with me.
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>> yesterday we did an amazing segment with an officer who is raising money with backpacks and hair cuts. >> yeah. >> checking this morning, $30,000 -- >> the goal was 3500; right? >> i checked this morning. >> i love it. >> isn't that amazing? >> power of our viewers on fox & friends. see ya. good morning. the justice department opens an investigation into what led to the deadly violence in charlottesville. the white house looks to rein in north korea as tensions with the rogue nation ratchet up. and will president trump keep the heat on senator mitch mcconnell to get something done on healthcare? good morning, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures". one person is dead this morning, 19 others injured after a car plows into a crowd at a unite the right rally in virginia yesterday. meanwhile two state officers are dead this morning after their police chopper went down nearby. we will talk to the man who represents the people of charlottesville in washington, republican congressman tom