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supercilious snowflake. jillian: the attorney general ripping campus culture. rob: wait until you hear his message to college snowflakes. >> i'm going to be 95 years of age, hopefully you will allow me to bring my family into the oval office. jillian: a 92-year-old world war 2 room at veteran asks for access to the oval office. rob: "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪
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rob: it is a muggy one. a hot week in new york city, you are watching "fox and friends first" wednesday morning. jillian: thanks for starting your day with us. two people dead and 13 injured, may have been and isis fanatic. >> law enforcement source says faisal hussein visited isis website and express support for the terrorist group, no reason to believe isis directed hussein to carry out the attack they are looking at whether he lived in afghanistan or pakistan. following issued out with police, his youngest victim, giuliana kotas. two american isis captured in syria will face charges in the united states, abraham is the most all from michigan accused of joining the terror group in 2015 captured in june.
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and indiana woman facing charges of false statements to the fbi. samantha was brought back to the us with four kids, her husband was killed while fighting with isis. jillian: three diplomats back in the states after making a surprise trip to cuba, state department officials visiting the embassy in havana to investigate a string of mysterious health incidents dating back more than a year. 26 americans have gotten sick with nausea and hearing loss, the exact cause is still unclear. cuba has denied responsibility. now awake after being hospitalized for parent overdose, representative saying novato is, quote, with her family, wants to express thanks to everyone for the love, prayers and support. some of the information being reported is incorrect and they respect we asked for privacy and not speculation, her health and recovery is the most important thing.
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initial reports claims heroin may have been involved but fox news is told that is not the case. her hospitalization comes weeks after novato suffered a relapse with substance abuse. rob: donald trump hosting the president of the european commission at the white house today. jillian: new european tariffs and vows to end america's streak is the world's piggy bank. rob: griff jenkins live with how it is affecting workers here at home. a big deal. >> reporter: a busy day at the white house as the president welcomes transatlantic allies previewing his agenda on twitter. he is coming to washington to negotiate a deal on trade. the us and eu drop all barriers and subsidies, that would be called free market and fair trade. we are ready but they won't. when the president meets with the european commission's
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president, the eu says they are ready to discuss mutual tariffs provided the us first select new tariffs on aluminum and steel. in kansas the president was optimistic the new tariffs tactics would pay off in the end. >> our country lost 817 billion with a b dollars on trade. the country 7 ripping us off for decades. it doesn't take a week, it takes longer but we are going to get it done. rob: the administration announced $12 billion in financial aid to farmers hit hard by recent tariffs, he promised they would benefit the most. >> you have to see the trade deals i'm working on, they are disaster. the farmers will be the biggest beneficiary. we are opening up markets. watch what is going to happen. just be a little patient. rob: patience is not what republicans or democrats had. the backlash, chuck grassley, a
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member of the agriculture committee think in a statement, quote, i don't fall the president for trying to get a better deal for americans but it is not fair to expect farmers to bear the brunt of retaliation for the entire country in the meantime. the president sit down with eu commission president in the early afternoon. at 11:30 he had the closed-door oval office meeting with paul ryan and mitch mcconnell. they talk about tariffs. jillian: a busy day on tap. rob: republicans unveiled their new tax-cut package while democrats call for tax hikes. the gop plan would make the cut sign place your permanent for individuals but democrats once of 45% tax on anybody making more than $1 million a year. elizabeth foreign thinks the rates should go higher. >> working families were doing better generation after generation after generation, the top marginal rate, the values of
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the republican party or to give $1 trillion away to the richest americans are the biggest corporations and let everybody else pick up the tab. rob: republicans hope to have a plan past by the midterms. jillian: on track to meet tomorrow's court order deadline for uniting family separated at the southern border. the permit of homeland security secretary kirstjen neilsen sounding off on the effort. >> we are on track to do it, it is our intention to reunify, we want to protect the children. we don't want to cut corners, make sure they go with someone who doesn't cause harm. jillian: a federal district court judge agreeing they are on track, 2500 children age 5 and older were separated, 1000 have
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been reunited or appropriately discharged. donald trump's attorney rudy giuliani slamming the release of a tape by michael cohen on the 2016 report and given to cnn, cohen and then candidate trump reportedly discussed buying the rights to a story of an alleged affair with playboy model karen mcdougall. fox news is not verify the tape's authenticity. you can tell it is hard to hear what is being said but giuliani insists cohen is suggesting to pay with cash. >> the major point is outrageous that someone -- donald trump says, quote, don't pay with cash. :and interrupts and says no, no, no, i got it. that you hear distinctly, slow it down, check. and then cohen followed with no, no, no and quickly cuts off the tape.
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i know how to listen to them. i know how to transcribe them. this tape is crystal-clear when you listen to it. jillian: lanny davis says the truth is on his client's side. rob: mike pompeo in the hot seat, the secretary of state set to be grilled about the closed-door meeting between donald trump and vladimir putin in helsinki, finland. lawmakers calling for pompeo's testimony after the president's summit with kim jong un. the questions were later expanded to conclude the vladimir putin meeting as well. jillian: it yourself out of your, strong warning for anyone planning to visit yosemite national park as the ferguson fire in california forces part of the park to close until sunday. fire crews tirelessly working to keep the blaze from spreading, it consumed 39,000 acres and only 26% contained. rob: raging up and down the east coast, one woman killed in virginia, in north carolina. some people rescued after torrential downpours, a lot of
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water, flash flooding as storms move quickly through the region and a similar scene out west, mudslides and a lot more water near colorado springs. >> extreme heat in arizona, california and texas, temperatures hitting triple digits. senior meteorologist jana steen tracking it all and you are busy. >> you had the two stories, heat and potential flooding on the east coast which is not going away. look at the heat. when you talk about records phoenix tied a daily record of 160 °. and july that is tremendous, heat advisory is all up and down the west coast including the northwest stretching to southern california and the southwest, hi today dangerous heat for phoenix, things will be down a little bit in terms of temperatures saturday and sunday and some of that monsoonal
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moisture that comes this time of year across the desert southwest bringing a little bit of relief but temperatures 105 in sacramento, 115 in phoenix, still across the southern us, 100 ° in texas. the potential for that monsoonal flow across the four corners, flood warning across new mexico and the flooding continues today and tomorrow for the east coast with more rain in the forecast. know what to do if there is a watch or warning when it comes to flooding. i will be here. rob: the first lady spending time with 6 kids and families affected by the opioid epidemic. milania trump visiting children's hospital in nashville, tennessee. jillian: she participated in a roundtable discussion about the disease in newborn infants addicted to opioid. the first lady will bring attention to that issue. 10 minutes after the hour, democratic lawmaker pledging
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disrespect, how she is defending the decision that is sparking outrage in one town. rob: could rod rosenstein be held in contempt. house conservatives could force a vote to impeach rosenstein and jason chaffetz has a new book as well, here to tell us what he thinks of this. ♪
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rob: deputy attorney general rod rosenstein could be held in contempt of congress as early as tomorrow. mark meadows forcing a vote before congress breaks. the former congressman and author of the new book the deep state, jason chaffetz joins us live. we will get to the book in a minute.
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we want to start with this contempt of congress, impeaching rod rosenstein. does this really happen? >> the timeline is so short, only tween 9 full days of congress before the actual election, 19 days -- let's remember why rod rosenstein is so important, he accused himself of his investigation, should not have happened from a lot of experts because this is the counterintelligence operation, not a common investigation of the attorney general should never recuse himself but the focal point of the rob: 17 -- the fisa document, mark meadows make the point he is doing an investigation with the signature line of rod rosenstein, how could he be leading this investigation? rob: what exactly led to the beginning of the russia probe against the president? they think some dirty stuff with
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them down that path. >> the focal point is the dossier. the clinton campaign. rob: more than a dossier and all this other evidence. i they alleging it is in that rejected part? >> the idea that they would never have gone forward with this fisa application of for the dossier. the hillary clinton campaign, and news stories planted and used in the fisa application to justify spying on someone associated with donald from. rob: they say guys like meadows and jim jordan are trying to discredit the investigation. it is a shame to begin with, what do you say? >> mark meadows and jim jordan,
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trying to say a grand jury should be given this information. rob: are they going to let that election going under the cloud of this investigation? >> you can't rudy giuliani talked about you -- rob: leaves perfectly into a book you have just written that is released online but not in bookstores yet called the deep state. you will see it at barnes & noble. tell us what is in this book? >> how an army of bureaucrats defendant barack obama and tried to take down the trump agenda. i didn't understand what the deep state was but 8 years later i came to realize it is very
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real and it is out there in the open. if you are curious what it is, how it works, what it does, what it doesn't to, that is why i wrote this book, 81/2 months to write it down, it is true real life stories that happened to me perfectly, you will have a better understanding of the problem that is there and how it fights to protect itself, doesn't want exposure and doesn't want to disrupt the president like donald trump who is going to expose them. rob: a big topic, just fully being exposed to this idea there could be something like this. thank you so much. jillian: congratulations on the book. imagine this. looking out airplane window to see fuel pouring from a wing and more terrifying, workers wiping up with paper towels. >> safe spaces. optional exams.
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therapy goats. grade inflation. rob: sessions in session, the attorney general ripping campus culture, his message to college snowflakes when we return. ♪ in-laws were coming, a little bit of water, it really- it rocked our world. i had no idea the amount of damage that water could do. we called usaa. and they greeted me as they always do. sergeant baker, how are you? they were on it. it was unbelievable. having insurance is something everyone needs, but having usaa- now that's a privilege. we're the baker's and we're usaa members for life. usaa. get your insurance quote today.
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generation of sanctimonious, sensitive, supercilious snowflakes. we are not going to have it. >> sessions speaking to high schoolers warning too many campuses cracking down on first amendment rights. rob: where we optional exams. a high school student suspended for wearing a pro border wall shirt to school wins big in court. addison barnes have filed a lawsuit will receive a written apology from the school's principle and $25,000 to cover legal fees. in a statement barnes says i brought this case to stand up for myself and other students who might be afraid to express their right of center views. jillian: ivanka trump saying goodbye to her fashion line. rob: foxbusiness with what the
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first daughter is going to focus on instead. >> reporter: she is sitting down her fashion brand more than a year after she left the company to join the white house have a top adviser. company spokesperson said she did make the decision to close the company. that has nothing to do with the brand's performance but rather her decision in washington dc indefinitely. the company brand was started following strong sales with the handbags and shoes and clothing and all of that. but a number of retailers dropped the line, nordstrom, canadian retailer. >> what a great deal for those fortunate enough, disneyland without the crowds. >> if you got a pass you could get special access to the themepark after it closes to the public so you have to have a gold, platinum plus or premier pass to get this access but you
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will be able to stay after hours after the park closes. first come first served basis from 10:00 until midnight september 6th, october 25, 9:00 to 11:00 :00 pm. you have got to reserve these dates in advance. >> 6 flags when the park was ritually empty and did so many roller coasters. that is going to happen. 25 after the hour, the art of the drug price deal, the trump administration browbeating big pharma on drug prices. doctor mark siegel live with what this means for patients in america. jillian: a democratic outrage, using children for target
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practice, this disturbing campaign ad. woman 1: proof of less joint pain... woman 2: ...and clearer skin. woman 3: this is my body of proof. man 2: proof that i can fight psoriatic arthritis... woman 4: ...with humira. woman 5: humira targets and blocks a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms. it's proven to help relieve pain, stop further irreversible joint damage, and clear skin in many adults. humira is the #1 prescribed biologic for psoriatic arthritis. avo: humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure. before treatment, get tested for tb. tell your doctor if you've been to areas where certain fungal infections are common, and if you've had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections, or have flu-like symptoms or sores. don't start humira if you have an infection. woman 6: need more proof? woman 7: ask your rheumatologist about humira.
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man 1: what's your body of proof?
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jillian: the fbi joining in the search for missing college student, investigators fear something happened to her against her will. computer forensics are being used to find molly's exact location. she vanished last week after going for a run in pokémon, i will. her brother says we have gone from sad to worried to anxious and clueless. the duck boat that sank killing 17 people was built by a businessman with little to no engineering training according to court documents. in a different case last year, bob mcdowell admitted to making money working on the boats while lacking the skill to do so. the capsized vessel is out of the water near branson, missouri and under investigation.
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rob: the search is on for the person responsible for leaving the fake anthrax package on maxine waters app store step. california democrats los angeles office evacuated after the suspicious package was found, addressed to anthrax like a name but no hazardous materials were found. a trump endorsement is huge in the georgia gubernatorial runoff leading to a big win for brian kemp. secretary of state beating out lieutenant governor casey cagle and it was going to be a tight race until donald trump got involved, kemp will face stacy abrams in november wasting no time kicking off his campaign against her. >> radical liberals who cares more for her billionaire backers then for you all, you hard-working georgians.
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depicting children as target practice, democratic gubernatorial candidate under fire for this disturbing campaign ad. jeff green slamming the nra labeled as a our practice with children as the bull's-eye, banning assault weapons if elected. a lobbyist for the nra called it repulsive. democratic congressman says the media is turning socialist alexandria and 15 into a godlike figure. >> pushed the young woman to the point she has been made into some kind of deity. the democratic party have people who like to pull the party to the far left. that is not where america is. it does enormous damage to the fabric of the nation.
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rob: ocasio-cortez emerged as a star after defeating joe crowley in the campaign. >> price hikes on hold, 10 drug companies have agreed to freeze any increase of costs but merck, pfizer and novartis, how his team trump mastered the art of the drug deal. joining us for the fox news medical a team doctor mark siegel joining us. as we know donald trump spent some time tweeting about this putting out the pressure, who is benefiting right now, who is the winner? >> drug prices are astronomical and the prices of drugs are what we pay with your co-pay so the middleman, the managers who get -- of the list prices are rising we pay more out-of-pocket and donald trump putting tweets out is putting pressure on.
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and drug companies kowtowing, they are out a long time. and they have been out a long time, and novartis cutting psoriasis drugs and merck has come along with a hepatitis drug, cutting by 60%. these are big steps in the right direction. >> you talk about price transparency? >> the administrator has put out more drug dashboards, you can see medicare and medicaid, the state of california insists pharmaceuticals let you know what they are doing to do increases, you see what the increases aren't patients are rebelling against that. it is price transparency. the fda under scott gottlieb is pushing more genetics -- more on the market. doing the same thing as drugs that are already out there that
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are very expensive and going to bring the cost down. jillian: why is it taken this long to get to this point? >> interesting question and the answer is we have an entitlement, an insurance company doing a deal behind-the-scenes with drug manufacturing. you don't know what the prices and we saw headlines the last couple years where some companies gouged prices and things like epipen zoomed up in price and under those circumstances, may end up allowing importation of drugs and if you gouge patients we will bring it in from another country which is cheaper but we didn't know what these things cost. the prices are hidden from us. jillian: now we are more aware. >> the president is reading these things are rebelling and the hhs secretary is on it. we will see an impact. competition being key, price transparency being key.
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jillian: talk about the difference this makes in the lives of patients on medication every day, might be on medication for the rest of their life and every month or however often they get those prescriptions filled, pay a lot of money. >> the best point you are making, we are going into a time of technological solutions, immunotherapy for cancer, personalized medicine, extremely expensive and this could cost a fortune. a new form of cancer treatment, you take the white sellout, reengineer it, put it back in the body, $300,000, life-saving. these things are beyond anyone's ability to pay for them unless we get a pricing change how things are paid for. here is an example, drugs that are like drugs that are active, biologics for psoriasis, cancer treatment, guess what? 40% of the prices of prescription drugs, if we get
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more things approved -- jillian: you never want to see one to make a decision, can i afford my medicine or my mortgage this month. >> you don't want to see somebody die because they can't get a drug that will save their lives. jillian: appreciate it. political games, the white house slamming democrats for their latest pledge over brett kavanaugh. judge andrew napolitano is here to react. outrage over democratic lawmaker taking a knee to disrespect our similar freedom. jackie ibanez sounding off on this one. ♪ booking a flight unlocks discounts on select hotels until the day you leave for your trip. add-on advantage. only when you book with expedia.
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jillian: taking a stand for the flag the connecticut town outraged after an elected official defend her decision to neil during the pledge of
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allegiance. rob: jackie ibanez with more on the brewing backlash in that town. >> reporter: a move usually seen from nfl players hitting home for one connecticut town. elected official melissa slapped taking a be while reciting the pledge of allegiance at the start of a board meeting, defending her decision after major back lash writing, quote, i reached a point in my life i feel i need to send a message by kneeling that none of this is okay and all of this is unpatriotic as it can get and the antithesis of what america stands for. there for as long as donald j trump is president of the united states i will neil. many officials calling for her resignation and others expressed their disappointment after samaria residents refused to visit the town. >> why should those business owners who have done nothing be punished because of an act for attention? >> reporter: the official standing behind slapped said he
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couldn't believe what he was seeing, trying to repair the town's reputation with acts of patriotism. >> i want to see a flag every 20 feet. i want to see flags. we are going to order a bunch of them. don't know if we will sell them or give them away. >> reporter: she is not alone. board of education member board member has refused to stand. the next board of selectmen meeting monday has been moved to the local firehouse for more room due to the expected crowds. >> a lot of people commenting on this. >> most of you seem to agree, joe said i'm glad i left the state of connecticut. she should have been removed from office immediately if she protests against the pledge of allegiance why is she holding a publicly paid position? gop candidate governor wilson joining us on "fox and friends" at 6:50 a.m. eastern time to weigh in on this.
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jillian: the white house firing back on tactics over a meeting with donald trump's supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh. >> for members of the praising party to demand answers to questions and refused to meet with qualified supreme court nominee is unprecedented. senator schumer should stop these political games. >> he is a fair-minded jurist they claim he is, why are republicans hiding his for record from the senate and the american people? rob: the majority and republicans favorite this point, democrats have a shot at derailing this confirmation?
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>> this goes back to merrick garland. they sit on the same court, to replace justice scalia. the republicans in control of the senate famously refused to consider the nomination, the seat stayed vacant and donald trump got to fill it with neil gorsuch. democrats are playing a little bit of payback but i don't think they have the numbers to do it. they would need to pick off two republicans. those two republicans at opposite ends of the spectrum, rand paul and mike lee both of whom has serious concerns as do i about brett kavanaugh's lack of respect for the fourth of amendment, rights to privacy. lisa murkowski, susan collins on the other hand, the republican political spectrum, concerns about comments he has made or perception of comments about roe versus wade. two of those four would have to
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be not replaced by any moderate democrats in states donald trump took. it is unlikely has nomination will fail. jillian: it is one thing to have concerns and another do not even want to meet with him. >> yes but the same thing happened before. i don't like the games they play, republicans did it to democrats two years ago, democrats are going to do to republicans, the system suffers when that happens. those games have been played in the senate for 200 years. in my view, they should be able to look at his documents when he was advising george w. bush. why do i say that? when justice alana kagan was nominated she had worked in the white house and they surrendered all of her papers and republicans have the opportunity to go through it, the same standard should apply to brett kavanaugh especially when they know that they have the numbers and he is going to get in.
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rob: some legitimate things to consider here and worry about but the rhetoric around this man. listen to cory booker from yesterday. >> there is no bystanders. you are either complicit in the evil, contributing to the wrong or fighting against it. >> it is not enough to have a good hard. we are called to act, not to sit by when things go wrong. we are on the moral side of history. >> the same crew, i say this with respect and affection, cory booker has been a friend of mine for 20 years, jersey guy, the same crew that made these comments about phil in the blank before brett kavanaugh's name was out there. before they knew who trump was going to nominate they were going to say this about him. jillian: anything or anyone.
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rob: the boy who cried wolf, everything is the end of the world. how can everything be this dramatic. >> they are saying this to gin up their base. senator booker and senator warren are on the left side of the democratic party. there potential candidates for president or vice president in 2020 on the democratic ticket and they each want to gin up the base and that is why they are doing this. rob: everything that happens. >> the woman that was nearly is going to neil as long as donald trump is president even if he does something she agrees with. rob: caving to pc pressure. and ivy league school allowing men to join sororities. the reaction pouring an online. jillian: brian kill lead with what is coming up on "fox and friends". you are not part of a sorority.
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>> see what wikipedia says. a great two hours and let me tell you what is coming up. we will be talking about the tape of michael cohen and what it means to me, almost nothing. then we will be talking about banning ice. senator jill a brand and senator warren think it is a great idea, we will debate that ended illegal who just shot a cop, doctor sebastian gorka will be here talking about that. we have a great debate about what is happening on college campuses. larry kudlow on what is happening with trade on capitol hill as the eu comes to town. paul ryan, some members of the freedom caucus, how does he feel about that? the last question he got at yesterday's press conference,
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jillian: pop singer them in novato recovering after a drug overdose. rob: carly shimkus here with reaction online from other celebrities. >> reporter: her hospitalization comes a few weeks after she
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suffered a recent relapse but thankfully her representatives are providing a positive update saying demi is awakened with her family who want to express thanks to everyone for their love, prayers and support, information being reported incorrect and they respectfully ask privacy and not speculation as their health and recoveries the most important thing. it was reported heroin may have been involved but fox news has been told that is not the case but a flood of support from her fans and friends in the entertainment industry, we should all wrap our arms and love around demi lovato. i'm happy you are alive. joe jonas saying like all of you i am thinking of demi lovato. she needs our prayers and support. we know how strong you are. a lot of support for her this morning. jillian: you could join a
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sorority. rob: this is going to be hysterical. >> harvard sororities going gender-neutral. the out for phaedo will start admitting male members this fall. amid the university push to promote inclusion. harvard recently implemented some pretty serious penalties to members of single gender clubs. those folks are no longer allowed to accept major scholarships or become captains of sports teams. their decision was directly linked to those penalties but they are pretty positive about it saying this reflects our commitment to supporting our members and they take full advantage of academic and leadership opportunities available to them as harvard students but past members not so happy about it on social media. especially as a data alum this
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absolutely infuriates me. wayne on twitter says this is wrong. harvard and this new attitude is taking away individuality and creating a dangerous precedent. this can go nowhere but down. >> genders have to do everything together. definitely an example of that. rob: i don't know how that is going to go. this veteran the president spoke with. jillian: feel good shot of the morning. a 4-year-old world war ii veterans had his lifelong wish granted yesterday when he got to meet a sitting president of the united states at the veterans of foreign wars national convention. after a century he made sure to ask for a second meeting. >> i am going to be 95 years of age april 11th of next year. hopefully you will allow me to bring my family into the oval
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office. >> reporter: assorted invitation for the whole family and he will be on "fox and friends" coming up next. all you have to do is throw it out and ask. the president was happy to approve. >> she slept on the job for four years but somehow a government employee still has a job. the story that will have you scratching your head. >> stop the train! move! move! >> dramatic rescue caught on camera. the amazing moment a heroic officer save the man from a speeding train. ♪
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jillian: welcome back, it's time for the good, the bad and the ugly. first up the good. a police officer stops oncoming train to save a man's life. >> stop the train. move, move. >> are you okay? >> thank you. >> the rookie cop stopping the train with seconds to spare. it's unclear why the man was laying on the track. >> that's the big question. >> next the bad. fuel pouring out of the wick of an american airlines plane in philadelphia moments before takeoff. video appearing to show responders cleaning it up with paper towels. passengers put on another plane to l.a. just a minor fuel spill.
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jillian: california dmv worker who fell asleep at her desk for hours four years. auditors estimate the woman's 2200 hours of lost time cost the state over 40,000 bucks. rob: give me one of those government jobs. you can't lose it. see you later. >> thank goodness for ice. [cheers] >> the democrats want to abandon ice. and ice is tough and smart. >> on the 2016 recording given to cnn, cohen and then candidate trump reportedly discussed buying the rights to a story of an alleged affair with ploy boy model karen macdougall. >> big picture, a, nothing on the tape that suggest any crime. >> demi lovato -- rob: republicans unveil the tax cut package. make the cut


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