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we had you as a clown earlier but now we have you as a major at and as a pope. do we have that? there you are. and young tracy as a ballerina. happy halloween to everyone. "fox and friends" first continues, have a great day. ripping it apart. rob: fox news alert us special forces detaining one of the alleged benghazi masterminds bringing him home to face justice in the united states. the key militant just captured. >> donald trump was evidence mister manaforte and the trump campaign colluded with the russian government.
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jillian: no evidence of trump russia collusion as three campaign officials are charged by special counsel, the actions donald trump is demanding. rob: the halloween celebration complete with a many melania trump and. "fox and friends" first continues now. ♪ jillian: still quiet on the streets of new york. happy halloween on tuesday morning. rob: so much to talk about. thanks for starting your day
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with us, 5:01, fox news alert, us special forces captured a militant accused of playing a key role in the deadly benghazi attack. jillian: kelly right with more on the upcoming trial. >> reporter: on sunday special operations forces and fbi agents on a joint mission to capture al amman at an unknown location, a member of the islamic militant group which claims it carries out the 9/11 attack in benghazi 5 years ago. four americans were killed in that attack. christopher stevens, glenn doherty, sean smith and tyrone woods. donald trump gave orders for the operation in a statement, the president says to the families of these fallen heroes i want you to know your loved ones are
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not forgotten and they will never be forgotten. our memory is deep and our reach is long and we will not rest in our efforts to find and bring the perpetrators of the heinous attacks in benghazi to justice. the trump administration vigorous investigation is different from the obama administration which has been criticized for the way it responded. several congressional investigations tried to determine if it willfully misled the public with former un ambassador susan rice blaming the attack on a controversial video. >> there was a hateful video, a direct result in heinous and offensive -- this is a response to a hateful and offensive video. violent protests outside the embassy sparked by this hateful video. >> reporter: jeff sessions says it was a barbaric attack that shocked the american people adding this. the united states will continue to investigate and identify all of those involved in the attack and we will hold them accountable for their crimes.
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the attorney general says al amman will be brought to washington dc and charged in federal court and be prosecuted. another man went on trial last month in dc for his alleged role as the mastermind of the benghazi attack. jillian: paul manaforte under house arrest after pleading not guilty to conspiracy and money-laundering charges. rob: the white house insists the charges have nothing to do with donald trump. griff jenkins live in washington with breaking developments. >> reporter: what a day in washington. manaforte and gaetz pleaded not guilty to conspiracy against the united states to money-laundering in a scheme dating back to 2006 when working for pro-russian ukrainian politician. john kelly speaking out for the
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first time with lauren graham last night. here is what he had to say. >> it was long before they met donald trump or had any association with the campaign but the reaction of the administration is let the justice system work, presumed innocent and we will see what goes. >> reporter: manaforte's attorney ago the sentiment at the white house. >> donald trump was correct, there is no evidence mister manaforte or the trump campaign colluded with the russian government. >> reporter: the president sounded off on twitter calling for an investigation into hillary clinton and the democrats writing this is years ago before paul manaforte was part of the trump campaign, why aren't crooked hillary and the dems the focus? there is no collusion. then came more news from special
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counsel, former campaign advisor george papadopoulos pleaded guilty to charges of lying to the fbi about his communication with russian officials. sarah sanders downplaying his role. >> it was extremely limited. a volunteer position. no activity was ever done in an official capacity on behalf of the campaign. >> reporter: in a final developing democrats -- tony podesta stepping down from his firm because his name has surfaced. jillian: more to come. a question many people are asking. who is next? rob: tammy bruce joined us earlier and weighed in. >> i think there will be more indictments, mike flynn who has had an illustrious career, an awesome situation for him, seems like he has been involved in
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some shenanigans and tony podesta is behaving as though he expect something to happen. >> democratic power lobbyist tony podesta stepping down from his lobby firm among accusations he did not disclose his work for ukrainian group tied to paul manaforte. rob: the trump collusion has been pushed for a year now. jillian: newt gingrich says this is a chance for robert mueller to prove he is not just out to get donald trump, has to go after those responsible. >> a chance for mueller to prove he is a nonpartisan, a chance to prove it. he goes after tony podesta and his brother john and down the list of the clinton people. the most sobering thing about this unbelievable scandal is if she had won, none of this would
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be coming out. think about it. they would have covered it up continued to corrupt the fbi, continued to corrupt the justice department. we would learn nothing about how horrible this is and they would have continued to sell out america's interest. it is an astonishing gap and people who wonder whether it was important donald trump won, think about the difference between what we are learning now and what would have been covered up by hillary clinton. rob: a quick break from politics. mandalay bay security guard and only eyewitness in the las vegas shooting jesus campos has been tightlipped about sharing his story. >> talking about it now and won't talk about it again and i don't blame you. why relive this over and over
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again? rob: he will have to talk about it under oath, being subpoenaed by an attorney representing one of the victims to testify what happened in the moments leading up to the shooting that killed 58 concertgoers in vegas. the mandalay bay hotel facing several lawsuits, did not react fast enough. jillian: representatives from the biggest names in social media in the hot seat, from facebook, twitter and google will be questions over the role russia played on the platforms during the 2016 election, lawmakers want to know how the russians were able to target ads meant to divide american voters. >> the united states pledging $60 million to report counterterrorism efforts where four us servicemen were killed in a terrorist attack over the month. analyst for fox news warns the region could turn into, quote, the next reservoir for jihadi terror. secretary of state rex tillerson says defeating terrorism depends on making sure terrorist organizations cannot have safe
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havens on any continent. jillian: new questions about the rescue two women lost at sea for five months. >> the crew of the uss ashland saved our lives. jillian: the coast guard saying the emergency beacon that provides the vessel at location was never turned on. the device is typically activated when submerged in water or can be turned on manually. sailors claiming to have survived a tropical storm during the first day at sea though the national weather service has no record of such an event. rob: power could be out for days in the authorities as people cleanup from a bad storm. jillian: hurricane force winds and rain toppled trees and power lines overnight sunday from pennsylvania all the way to maine. rob: janice, looking pretty good today, pretty nasty storm dumping a lot of rain and wind.
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>> we have cold air behind this storm system that brought damage and power outages across the northeast. the worst of the storm is out of the way. on the backside some snow across the great lakes and the next is to moving out of the rockies but good news is we are not dealing with big winter storms this halloween. most kids should be okay for trick or treat esther chang and potential for showers in south texas and louisiana, snow across the northwest, the rockies and upper midwest but no big storm systems which is good news but i grew up in canada. i'm used to wearing snow suits under the costume so as long as you get them a little bigger it is all good. there is your forecast today and i will show you your halloween forecast, snow across the northwest, the central us but no big storm systems in houston.
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happy halloween. jillian: the one day of the year i don't have to dress up. okay. time is 11 minutes after the hour, we will get it together. joining forces with isis, the left is proving it has no limits on its assault on donald from. and klein who wrote the book on the all-out war joins us next. rob: apologizing to the soldiers and the clever emissions that brought him home but do those words mean anything? lieutenant colonel michael walsh led the search for bowe bergdahl and he joins us live to react. jillian: white kid not allowed to be milan is of a handout dressing up as well for his racist too, where does it stop? ♪ portion sugar on me ♪
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>> donald trump hasn't been in office for a full year yet but that hasn't stopped the deep state from waging a war against a meeting with isis and al qaeda leaders to take them down. rob: big revelation in this book the plot to destroy trump. klein lays on a plane to take down the 45th president and joins us to discuss, let me bring up a quote from your book which is a pretty serious allegation. in this book it says ties between three key leaders of the
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oakland group, far leftist group in oakland met in hamburg, germany with leader of the al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, there is evidence from informants that the a q ap leader is helping the oakland group acquire the weapons they are seeking, primarily bombmaking equipment and toxic chemicals and gas, you have people in the united states and the far left group meeting with isis leaders. >> when donald trump was criticized after charlottesville said the danger on left-wing violent groups equals danger on the right, he was right because there is an fbi report i published in this new book the talks about these left-wing groups get combat training the
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same as isis and there is collusion between these groups and isis and al qaeda and the reasons they know this is the fbi sent a contingent of agents to work this summer and discovered groups from oakland, california and other places in america traveled to europe, met with syria, al qaeda, isis, training and bombmaking and toxic chemicals. jillian: of the good to great length to take down donald trump the american people will feel this, should we be afraid of this? >> i think so, this is what donald trump has been trying to say. there are problems with white supremacists, we know that, but we have to look at the left as well and see that this anti-trump syndrome has gone way out of control and these left-wing violent anarchist groups are spread throughout the
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entire united states many on college campuses. >> this is more than anti-trump when you are colluding with isis, as despicable as i can imagine. let's go to the second quote from the book here. we don't have it. the bureau has gotten actionable intelligence there is within the federal government a growing and organized movement to block or interfere with administration policy decisions, there's a huge anti-trump movement in this country. >> this criticism when donald trump and others talk about the deep state they are making the subcommittee fbi infiltrated the deep state and a report in my new book about this, they have taken part in meetings, undercover of course where members of the deep state need rogue elements in the permanent bureaucracy, trying to stop
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trump's programs from being carried out in the justice department against sanctuary cities, the irs and other regulatory agencies. jillian: definitely eye-opening, thank you for joining us, appreciate it. rob: even george washington no longer safe from the pc police. >> very dangerous and it shows you how much lack of appreciation, what history is. rob: john kelly says america have starkest days deserve to be remembered. kerrimac donald trump getting support from a hollywood a list or. carly shimkus with the message to unite america. rob: we try to lighten things up from a busy news day, that is carly shimkus.
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rob: common sense coming, hollywood, brian jensen spoke against donald trump changing his tune a bit. jillian: calling out anyone who doesn't support the president. carly shimkus with serious xm is
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here with reaction. >> not something we are used to hearing out of hollywood. from dc to california and everywhere in between. actors and actresses usually use their power on twitter and award shows to attack the president but actor bryan cranston who is a democrat who supported hillary clinton once all of that to stop. he told the hollywood reporter donald trump is not the first wanted to be in that office and i have been open about that. he is the president, if he fails, the country is in jeopardy. some big-time support from a lot of people, conservatives, included, stacy uses amen, i wasn't happy when obama won but i wanted him to do a great job for our country. another twitter user said bryan cranston gets it, some people are so hateful and angry they will do anything to win an argument even if it means their own destruction. we will put some republicans in a category to be fair but bryan cranston was one of the actors
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who said he would move to canada if trump won. i guess he is staying put and want everybody to get along. jillian: what if someone is dressed as elsa tonight? >> you can no longer dress as elsa. when cosmopolitan magazine said you couldn't dress up as princessa scratch elsa off your list. one thing i don't like about the character of elsa because she is a white princess and we see so many white princesses her characters and the methods you have to be a certain way to be beautiful or to be a princess. is there any end to this? that is what people in social media want to know. pete says these people stop at nothing until all the joy and fun is sucked out of earth. scarlet says we need to cancel halloween altogether, too many ways to trigger the snowflakes. we can't cancel halloween, that means they went.
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rick says let it go, let it go, activists, let it go. i will stop. rob: my friend watched the entire thing over the weekend. >> many many people, stranger thing, a social media record, the most sweeted the show ever following the season 2 premier generating 3.7 million tweets in 3 days. we have some of those as an example. betty made a joke about divorcing her husband if he watched stranger things without her. people are serious about the show. monica says stranger things may have come at an academically inconvenient time but that didn't stop me from binge want to get for nine hours. i have never seen the show but it is pretty good. jillian: 27 minutes after the,
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bittersweet day for democrats, paul manaforte and richard gates charged with actual connections to the trump administration remain to be seen. will democrats let go of the collusion narrative? our political panel debates it next. rob: trick or treat at the white house, kids from 20 schools showing up at 1600 pennsylvania avenue dressing their best. jillian: dressing just like the first lady when she visited hurricane harvey victims. ♪ e! nacho? [ train whistle blows ] what?! -stop it! -mm-hmm. we've been saving a lot of money ever since we switched to progressive. this bar is legit. and now we get an even bigger discount from bundling home and auto. i can get used to this. it might take a minute. -swing and a miss! -slam dunk! touchdown! together: sports! touchdown!
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this morning. at some point they turned a witness on this thing, had a few months to talk to him and dig up their investigation, charges came against manafor delegates and are not related to collusion. >> first thing a prosecutor would do is make charges against manafor and gave to flip them and go up the
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there no information coming out? this will get rolled out over time. who do they get next? >> flynn is next and we could talk about don junior. >> tony podesta stepped down at a convenient time when everyone
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was talking about it. democrats are not opposed. we should investigate whether it is democrat or republican. anyone who broke the law. this investigation encompass both parties at the same time. >> interesting that top a topless's move coming out, he was arrested july 27th and pled guilty early in october because there was no there there was a m manaforte collection. >> you don't release the information. >> the information came down with all the news yesterday. >> we can talk about this all day, thanks for coming on. jillian: another court battle involving the trump administration, this time over the transgender soldier policy, a federal judge blocking the order to keep transgender people from enlisting in the military. one part of that order can stay,
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government funds cannot be used for sex reassignment procedures of those soldiers. the pc police going after george washington, chief of staff john kelly slamming the decision to remove a plaque marking up you at a virginia church where washington and the family worshiped. >> it shows you how much lack of appreciation for history and what history is. robert e lee was an honorable man, a man that gave up his country to fight for his state which 150 years ago was more important than country. it was loyalty to state first in those days. jillian: the church defending the decision saying the memorial make visitors feel unsafe or unwelcome. rob: one of the craziest games, the la dodgers hoping to get a win in game 6 tonight. jillian: laura blanchard in los
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angeles. >> reporter: the actors are in the lead 3-numtwo but dodgers hoping home-field advantage will help even the score and force it to game 7. this matchup is exactly what baseball fans want in a world series. the game 5 saw the astros come back three times to beat the dodgers in the 10th inning 13-12, this could be the years they clinched their first ever world series but the dodgers manager, dave roberts, said even though his fans are optimistic he is not thinking of game 7 just yet. >> the focus is one game and think about two in a row and getting ahead of ourselves. jillian: the first pitch is at 5:20 local, 8:20 eastern. if you want to attend this game
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it will cost $400. rob: a fox news dollars, us special forces detaining one of the alleged benghazi masterminds bringing him home to face justice, lieutenant colonel michael walsh joins us with the question does the accused terrorist deserve a trial on american soil. rob: the question we have been dying to know. >> what are you going to be for halloween? rob: hillary clinton's halloween costume revealed. jillian: i know you wanted to know this. our halloween pictures, our production assistant and two sisters as a genie and two whiches. rob: man's best friends. jillian: many first responders.
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talk to your doctor or pharmacist by talking tough on the national debt?ected will they stay true to their words? or did they promise you one thing-only to do another? right now, congress is talking about tax cuts that will add trillions to our national debt and hurt our economy. it's time to tell congress-don't borrow more money from china. and leave more debt to our kids. keep your word. tax cuts shouldn't add
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to the national debt. >> welcome back, us soldiers died looking for him and 5 terrorists traded to get him back, now bowe bergdahl breaking down on the stand as he gets ready to learn his fate saying i made a horrible mistake and saying i'm sorry is not enough. i want everyone who searched for me to know was never my intention for anyone to be hurt and i never expected that to happen. retired green beret lieutenant colonel michael walsh led the search for bowe bergdahl and joins us to react. i want to get your reaction, what you heard yesterday from bowe bergdahl. what did you think? >> i have mixed emotions. i'm glad he's showing some contrition after days ago calling the military court
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kangaroo court. excuse me and apologizing for what he has done. the key to the case was the testimony of a navy seal in two army sergeant with life altering injuries. on the other hand he needs to have some accountability. i want to see him sentenced for what he did and it is worth making the point that the trade that was made for bowe bergdahl has no impact on what we do all over the world. we have hostages in syria, yemen, pakistan and they are all demanding trades like we saw yesterday at american university, demanding trades like bowe bergdahl got and it is complicating our policy for other folks around the girl.
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jillian: mark allen, shannon testified, the other things she said, her husband lost a wife because he is a caretaker. from various people, what do you think is going to be the weighing factor here? >> the testimony is faster. i expect to see bowe bergdahl court-martialed, stripped of his back pay which had accumulated to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars have given dishonorable discharge. will the judge given time served for his captivity which is up against a life sentence? i have no sympathy for him. i'm glad he is sorry but he brought this on himself, he impacted hundreds if not thousands of fellow soldiers which is unforgivable. bowe bergdahl how much time do you think he will get? >> i don't know.
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i don't know where the judge will go with this. there is precedent with a soldier who defected in north korea who got time served for his time in north korea. there is precedent. i would not be surprised to see that. >> a man captured apprehended in a special ops raid in libya named al amman. he has been watched for years. why did it take this long? >> a few things was one, you have to have, this is great, bowe bergdahl is justice eight years in the making, this is five years in the making, the victims of benghazi. part of it is operational reasons, putting boots on the ground in a place like this so that you can snatch this individual rather than a much
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easier operation of having a predator strike or a drone strike is incredibly complicated. i'm sure there are operational reasons but i understand the reporting coming out president obama denied this operation several times and we have seen from donald trump he is not afraid to take the gloves off, to hold you guys accountable. jillian: one thing we are focused on his he is en route to the united states, washington dc. what are your thoughts on that? >> surprised at that given the rhetoric from the obama administration, not only stay open, open for business which was a 180 ° change from the obama administration. i am not sure the legal factors, why one decision was made versus the other, part of it was an evidentiary basis, we have enough to prosecute him. the key with guantánamo is that
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should not be the standard, in a military court. how those happen are incredibly complicated. jillian: thank you for joining us. >> this was a great operation and a good day for america. rob: north carolina restaurant serving up what some call a racist dish, the border patrol scramble, scrambled egg dish with jalapenos, cheese, salsa and sour cream. one critic saying shout out at bad debt is burger for this poorly named menu item, way to reflect today's america, the restaurant apologizing for any offense it caused its customers. she couldn't get the approval of the american people but at least today hillary clinton can dress-up as the president. >> what will you be for halloween? >> i think i will may be come as
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the president. >> a great idea. >> former democratic nominee making those comments strong quick reaction on social media suiteing time for an intervention but conservative commentator ben shapiro saying i can't believe she will dress-up as trump. >> democrats old obamacare so hard sound like a broken record. >> affordable, affordable, affordable. they want to get away from their opponent from the word affordable. >> turned out the affordable care act isn't so affordable, could this be the nail in the coffin. >> what is coming up on "fox and friends"? >> i made a decision i will wear this top.
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i made the wrong choice, more on that later. we will talk about mueller striking three times, 3 indictments, what does it mean in terms of the collusion probe with russia. they will get their bank records, what does it mean for the investigation into opposition research group that was taking place and who was behind it. benghazi, major arrest and this guy going to prison or jail or the court room and not to gitmo where he belongs? senator joni ernst with us with aaron erickson, lieutenant colonel michael walsh and corey lewandowski, it will be a huge show so there will be a quiz at the end. watch this commercial.
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other obamacare enrollment begins tomorrow and premiums skyrocketing, some states the anger 70% increase for basic insurance. >> here is what you need to know. >> reporter: the average monthly premium for obamacare insurance will surge 37% in 2018. the silver plan, that is rising from $300 a month to $411 a month before tax credits are applied. this will change from state to state. iowa will see a 70% increase, that is pretty significant and the federal tax credits that help people to buy coverage will rise sharply meaning people eligible for those tax credits could pay less than those who do not qualify, they will pay a lot
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more. jillian: walmart saying goodbye to a popular brand. >> known for dancewear and workout apparel, walmart is dumping them as 4000 of their stories online through the next year, this isn't going to cost a lot, this is $15.5 million in terms of revenue they are missing out on. that send them into debt talks with their lenders. you can buy this at lauren taylor, costco and t.j. maxx where there are big supplies. rob: when you lose them you get hurt a lot. let's talk about halloween freebies. >> lots of treats, no tricks, applebee's you can get kids meals with the purchase of an adult entrée. kids will eat 3 with an adult entrée purchase, chuck e cheese, free slices of candy corn pizza blues not sure what that is,
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from 48 tonight, you can wear a costume and get a free doughnut of your choice, bob evans, take $5 off your purpose and papa john's get a free medium one topping pizza with another pizza. >> what is your favorite halloween candy? the results of our survey in. next. bp developed new, industry-leading software to monitor drilling operations in real-time, so our engineers can solve problems with the most precise data at their fingertips. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better.
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pulp. . . will they stay true to their words? or did they promise you one thing-only to do another? right now, congress is talking about tax cuts that will add trillions to our national debt and hurt our economy. it's time to tell congress-don't borrow more money from china. and leave more debt to our kids.
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keep your word. tax cuts shouldn't add to the national debt.
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♪ i want candy ♪ i want candy jillian: there we go. so we asked and you answered. what candy do "fox & friends" viewers like the best? rob: that's right. we asked on our facebook book page yesterday. we received over a thousand answers overwhelmingly is reese pea pu put butter cups: 10% say milky way. rob: kit kat at 8%. so there you go. ♪ i want candy. janice: i want some candy. rob: carley called me a loser. janice: what's your favorite? rob: i like the snicker bar. >> no, i don't like snicker. jillian: i like kit kat. rob: janice dean? janice: i like all of them. jillian: i have to call out
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kim kern. she said sour patch are her favorite. rob: happy halloween. i hope your kids get more candy than this and then can you steal it from them. jillian: have a good day. >> there is no evidence that mr. manafort colluded with the russian government. >> in that 31 page indictment, there is absolutely no evidence connecting any of paul manafort's activities to the trump campaign. that's the bombshell here. >> president trump pushed back hard, tweeting sorry, but this is years ago, before paul manafort was part of the trump campaign. >> tony podesta is now stepping down from his lobbying group because he is being investigated by the special counsel. >> u.s. special operations forces captured a 46-year-old militant alleged to have been involved in the deadly attack in benghazi. >> army sergeant bowe bergdahl took the stand and apologized to all the military personnel wounded


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