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at sign larry elder, 300 markets and over and people hear me every day. ego and for the people that call me west virginia's worst, i'm not from virginia. thank you all the ladies, right now, molly and for harris. >> i am from west virginia. fox news alert, we are waiting for an update on memorial plans. it has been announced that the senator will lie in state at the arizona state capitol wednesday and in the u.s. capitol on friday. after a private service, senator mccain will be buried at the naval academy cemetery. he passed away after a battle with brain cancer, he was 81. another fox news alert, president trump calling it a big day for trade as the u.s. and
mexico reach a groundbreaking agreement. let's go "outnumbered overtime." i'm molly line. the dow is soaring today after the president announced that the u.s. announced a preliminary agreement on a trade deal with mexico to replace nafta. the president in the oval office today describing the impact of the agreement with their neighbors to the south. >> president trump: this is something that's very special for army fractures and farmers for both countries, and it's also great trade and it makes it much more fair bill. we are very, very excited about it. it's an extremely complex bill and it's something that i think we will be talking about for many years to come >> just beginning to get some of the details and john roberts' life with the latest. >> molly, good afternoon.
the president touting a new trade relationship with mexico at the same time he was talking to the press from the oval office, he had on the phone with him the outgoing president of mexico. what this does is accompany it with a lot of trade provisions that exist under the current nafta agreement but the president is going at the u.s. sukkot trade agreement because he says he doesn't like the word nafta. listen here. >> president trump: i like to call this deal the united states-mexico traded ring. i think it's an elegant name and i think nafta has a lot of bad connotations for the united states because it was a rip-off. it was a horrible deal for our country. >> what was interesting about this whole thing is president has had a rocky relationship with the president of mexico. but on the telephone with him, on the speakerphone so we could all hear, calling for the deal. >> i am really grateful mr. president. i want to say that i greatly
recognize your political will and your participation in this. it has been, a very hard negotiation altogether dismal moments of course. but i truly acknowledge now the fact that we have been able to reach an agreement. >> by the way, that was the voice of a translator. so in terms of automobile manufacturing, it changes the origin of auto parts. 75% of auto content must be made in the states and mexico and 40-45% of auto content must be made by workers earning at least $16 per hour. there are a lot of auto provisions as well. in agriculture it will enhance trade and agricultural goods between the two nations and in textiles with the greater use of u.s. fibers, yarns and fabrics
among other things. all of this puts an enormous amount of pressure on canada to come back to the table and craft a new deal with the united states either under the auspices of nafta or a separate bilateral deal that the president that he just signed with mexico. canada's initial response from the foreign ministry, canada is encouraged by the continued optimism shown by her neck proceeding partners. progress between mexico and the united states is a necessary requirement for any renewed nafta agreement. we are in regular contact with our negotiating partners and to work toward a modernized nafta. we will only sign a new method that is good for canada and good for the middle class. the president said in the oval office that he would be calling the canadian prime minister justin trudeau, i don't know if it will be later today but he said it would be seen. one thing that's been talked about in terms of renegotiating nafta is the sunset clause. so this didn't extend on forever
and getting us in the position that the states found itself and now. but this deal will do, it will run for a period of 16 years with the revision period of six years. so six years into the 16 years, we take a look at it and see, is everything going okay? then it's renewed again. anyone who has done the television contract knows what it's like a two-year cycle. >> molly: fascinating to see the list of elements in the were laid out there. thanks for keeping us up-to-date from the white house. for more of this, let's bring in charles payne, most of "making money with charles payne. >> it's a great day to be here. >> this is been pretty interesting. in essence i suppose you could say, i kept this promise as well as some of the other economic promises that he said he was trying to be.
how big is this? >> the doubt being up 270-point speaks about how big businesses. all other stock market indices are shattering records today. you dig deeper, some of the industries, auto parts makers for instance, that's through the roof. so you couple that as you are saying with other promises kept the economy going. friday, the atlanta fed said it, right now this quarter -- and it's still early but we are growing at about 4.6%. we started last monday at 4.6%. so as the data keeps coming through it feels like the economy is getting stronger and stronger. what i love about this is, it's a win-win. especially the part about the workers making $16. canada will look at that and they will love it because canada competes with mexico and mexico
has a point where they can't go below, that makes it easier for candida to be with someone for those auto contents. >> they do have a political transition coming up. does canada join or work out its own deal? >> i think it would behoove canada to join. one is how you resolve disputes, there's something called a chapter 19 in the current nafta deal, or you get sort of a cross-country panel. we have lost a lot of those. >> we have lost too many of those fact, and to buoy quite frank with you, they have been unfair to american workers. they want to protect certain industries. >> president-elect is taking over, and that seemed to be very positive. we have a political transition in america.
could this deal will be affected by that? >> absolutely. those things also have a certain sense of urgency as well. interestingly enough, for the outgoing and current mexican government were involved in thi this. energy key to watch. at the same token, when they kicked out all the foreign western expertise and it really disrupted their business. so far the socialist elected government of mexico has been a pretty good initiator and some of these deals. >> big question, we have about 30 seconds left but is this a win for the american worker? >> absolutely, the grand slam for the american worker. these trade deals can be a win-everyone. on a strata, good trade that subsidies and the dumping. that's great for everyone
involved. >> they stopped evaluating and, that's going to work out fast. >> another fox news alert right now, making family giving out more details about the memorial event scheduled for this week to remember the longtime senator. in the meantime the senate is expected that there -- to honor their former colleague when they meet later on this afternoon. alicia acuna has more from phoenix. >> fox news has confirmed that president trump decided against releasing a white house statement. the president didn't tweet his condolences and sympathies to the late senator 's family. in the senate as you mentioned, senate minority leader democrat chuck schumer is that he will introduce a resolution to rename the russell senate office building after mccain. it's expected to be an emotional day in the senate today. we are being told by our senior
producer for capitol hill that when the senate meets today at 4:00 p.m. eastern, we can expect an invocation which will touch on the passing of mccain from the senate chaplain, very black. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and minority leader schumer will likely make remarks on their friends and the timing on that will be up. they will drape a black cloth over his desk as custom and place a bouquet of flowers on his desk. >> john mccain is and we can hero, he is an icon. he was larger-than-life in the state of arizona and i think he was larger-than-life in our. he is just someone who is simply irreplaceable. his voice will be missed. >> at the conclusion of what the office is calling a celebration of his life and legacy here in
arizona, his casket will be flown to washington, d.c., where he will lie and stayed at the u.s. capitol rotunda friday and saturday. and molly asked for, as for his wishes, he will be buried at the cemetery at the naval academy in annapolis, maryland. as this news conference continues to happen, it will bring you the latest updates on what's happening here. we go okay, thank you very much. for more on this, the spring and fran friend of senator mccain, and a former land security advisor to george w. bush. in q4 being here. he led a full, remarkable life that it can be very hard to lose a friend and a mentor. so our condolences to you. if you could just share a personal story, a moment of advice that you received from the center in your life that had an impact. >> the last time i sought professional advice, it was may
of 2017 as you recall the president was thinking about who to replace james comey as the director of the fbi. i got a phone call to come down to washington and talk about that job. i hasten to add that the president made a terrific pick with chris wray that i had to decide whether or not i was willing to get down to washington and given there had been friction the president and senator mccain, i called senator mccain because i wanted his advice on what to do. he was at the ranch, i got cindy, she had to get him in to make the phone call and this was before the diagnosis. i said to senator, what do i do? do i go down or do you feel like i'm being disloyal to you? he had a vintage john mccain's response and he said, of course you go down. your country calls you, it's about service, not about me. and by the way fran, it's not about you, it's about the country. so i went down and first and
foremost it was about service, it was about doing the right thing for your country. and i took that away from that conversation as being sort of a cornerstone of john's career. and i think that was a cornerstone in the sense that we could all observe the way he lived his life. there was a moment on the campaign trail, , and i'm sure that you seen this many times but i'd like to play it for just a moment. >> i can't trust obama. i have read about him is an ara arab. >> no man. he's a decent family man citizen that i just happen to have disagreement with them on fundamental issues and that's what campaign about. the campaign trail can be a very difficult place, very harsh and at the time took a lot of hits but even so fast to snag that microphone. you don't see that in american
politics all that often. your thoughts on? >> that was the most famous and understandably so, but he did that at the announcement and is also afraid of an obama presidency became lost. he was quick to say, i want to be president but you have nothing to fear. john mccain won the presidency that he wanted to get it the right way, and he wasn't going to play sort of those petty politics. which speaks very much to his character. >> is certainly irreplaceable and you are one of the mentees. others have come across the last few days, and we are beginning to see the end of that particular generation. ted kennedy, tip o'neill, those folks that knew each other and work together. where did we go forward? do senator mccain understand the legacy that he has and how we
move board to move hold onto tt legacy? >> i think he did. long before his diagnosis, traveled with him to the munich security conference that conference table senate and house members, republicans and democrats, because he wanted to sparked a passion for national security issues and he wanted them to share what he believed was important. he wanted them to laugh together, traveled together and eat to get. and i think everyone who traveled with him, everyone who spent time spent time with him on the sides of the aisle understood he was trying, lay the seeds for the next generation to do that. you hope in the wake of john's passing, congress would come together to do some work together. i think what senator schumer is doing about the resolution to rename the building, that's terrific. but you would hope that they would do something big on the policy side because people didn't believe that could be done.
he wanted to make progress. thank you blindness today. the seventh of course had to reconvene today at 4:00 p.m. eastern for the first time since the passing of their friend and colleague, john mccain. our very own neil cavuto will have special coverage of that right here on the fox news channel. members of the house, judiciary and oversight committees preparing to question bruce ohr tomorrow. and, his wife's involvement with houston gps leading up to the 2016 election. whether ohr will be able to explain himself coming next. >> i think gives us a strong opportunity to ask him for answers and expect those answers, and if we don't get then, in fact, bring them in from a standpoint of real contempt. september
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the 2016 campaign. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge catherine herridge joins us now live in washington >> good afternoon. tuesday's definition will ohr's decision to protocol and bypass doj leadership to share information with the fbi from former british spy christopher steele who's behind of the anti-trump dossier. whether the fbi about his hatred of candid trumpet as well as 2016 contracts, and the fbi still use the dossier to secure a surveillance warrant for trump campaign aide in late october october 2016. it's important to note that ohr oversaw activity that wasn't part of his portfolio. they are also probing into his relationship with glenn simpson's firm, fusion gps, was paid for the dossier project. it's also important to note that since an employed his wife,
nellie, this part of the research. the house republicans explained their strategy today on fox. >> want him to confirm what we already know from hard evidence, that he and his wife were part of a conspiracy to create this narrative of involvement and wrongdoing by the president relative to the russians. we have a lot of evidence, but now the question is, can we get him to confirm the evidence or will he deny the truth right before us in writing. >> molly: the department has so far declined to comment and it's important to note that he will be appearing voluntarily on the hill tomorrow. probably? >> molly: text messages between ohr and steele went further. >> that's right. 2017 text messages asked ohr to be his go-between between russia and the special counsel. "we are frustrated with how long this is taking.
anything you do can be much appreciated. six months later, ohr confirmed that he had pestilence questions and cohen is now in question. we have heard nothing from them either to say this is disappointing would be an understatement. fox news asked the special counsel whether they had engaged with ohr but they declined to our reporting. >> catherine herridge, thank you very much. for more on this, let's bring in congressman mark walker. thank you for joining us here today. so i want to start with this questioning of ohr that slated for tomorrow, why is this happening now? >> because i believe this is just where it has taken us. if you go back to the peter strzok hearing, we have breaking
news, because it was a first time that we had confirmation that bruce ohr did give information from the dossier to the fbi. it's not just when and what mr. warren knew, but how he arrived at that information, with the walls dossier that had been falsified. but what did he do with that? more than 60 contacts after bruce ohr lied about being able to be in contact with christopher steele. we have documentation and want to ask about some of that tomorrow. >> molly: that's fascinating, even just some of the brief glimpse, it seems to be a central figure when it comes to fusion gps. the dossier obviously making it to the pfizer court. and one was to be concrete
evidence, and that was obviously over the fusion gps. it will be a closed-door hearing, and this won't be 5 minutes of back and forth, people trying to get a video clip for the nightly news. this will be something that we are able to dial down and get to the bottom line. we want answers and we believe that specifically, knowing now that he financially benefited and how and why, let's follow that people paper trail. >> there are so many motivations that people have whatever the issue is, so that will be some of the questioning here. as far as fusion gps is concerned, we also know that the democratic party and the clinton campaign was funding some of this research done by christopher steele, a full accounting wasn't presented in full and complete to the pfizer court. when you boil all of that down, the answers that he gives, will
that clear up any of the explanation for how all of the information and that before the court? >> that's what i'm talking about. not just the when and where about how he obtained the information, what he did with that information will be crucial. all of this was sponsored by hillary clinton and our friends at the dnc. we are wanting to make sure we put these pieces of paper together, but also nellie ohr is a central figure. we want to know how he obtained that information. but if you're someone who lives in russia and obviously some of the information that we've discovered, we were wondering how she purchased a ham radio operators license the very same month that she was hired fusion gps. it continues to unravel but it seems like a perfect example of the deep state of the swamp creatures that have been playing a different set of rules than with the american people have been playing by. >> molly: congressman mark walker, an interesting dimension
of this. we will see if you guys get the answers that you are looking for and if ultimately, the american people get that information as well. a federal investigation into why after a gunman opens fire on gamers at a tournament, killing two people and wounding many more before killing himself. a live report from florida just ahead. plus president trump appearing to score a big win after he announces a preliminary agreement on trade with mexico. but it could mean for the midterm. our power panel weighs in your insurance rates skyrocket after a scratch so small
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thank you for the pledge of serving you, and i've tried to serve our country honorably. i've made mistakes but i hope my love for america will be weighed favorably against them. i've often observed that i am the luckiest person on earth. i feel that way even now, as i prepare for the end. i love my life, all of it. i about experiences, adventures, friendships, an expert and satisfying life and i am so thankful. like most people i have regrets. but i would not trade a day of my life in bad times for the best day of any losses. i owe the satisfaction to the love of my family. one man has never had a more loving wife or children he was prouder than dumb about that i
am and i'm going to america. to be connected with america's causes, liberty, equal justice, and respect for the tfr people brings happiness more sublime than fleeting pleasures. directed. densities were circumscribed, but our interest by observing good causes bigger than ourselves. fellow americans, that association has meant more to me than any other. i lived and died of a proud american. we are citizens of the world's greatest republic, a nation of ideals, not blood and soil. we are advancing ideals in the world. we have helped liberate more people from tyranny and poverty than ever before in history, and
we have acquired great wealth and power in progress. we weaken our greatness when we confuse our patriotism with tribal rivalries that have sown resentment, and hatred and violence and to all corners of the globe. we weaken it when we hide behind walls rather than to doubt. we doubt the power of our ideals rather than to trust them to be the great force for the change they have always been. vr 325 million opinionated, vociferous individuals. we argue and compete and sometimes even vilify each other in our raucous public debates. but we have always had more in common with each other than a disagreement. if only remember that and give
each other the benefit of the presumption that we all of our country, we will get through these challenging times. we will come through them stronger than before, we always do. ten years ago i had the privilege to concede defeat the election for president. i want to end my farewell to you with heartfelt faith in americans that i felt so powerfully that evening, i feel it powerfully still. do not despair of our present difficulties. we believe always in the promise and greatness of america because nothing is nothing reasonable here. americans never quit, we never surrender, we never hide from history. we make history. farewell fellow americans, god bless you douglas end. statement that was rick davis,
former campaign manager for senator mccain. what a remarkable statement to hear of a few final words from the senator here just after his passing. in those words were remarkable. he called himself the luckiest person. let's bring in our power panel. guy benson, and jessica tarlov, fox news contributor. thanks for being here today. i want to start with you, guys. i had a chance to speak with jessica sauer. by listening to that remarkable letter to americans, which was something he was so proud of themselves, just being an american. >> very powerful. you can sort of picture a movie of his whole life to his country with about a year's worth worth of notice, with the awareness that his time was coming soon, sitting down drafting a letter to that country and that's what that was. rick davis could barely get through reading it and it was a very powerful.
it was very emotional. i was struck by the gratitude big and small, personal and national. i was struck by mccain's appeal to our highest ideals, a really robust case for american exceptionalism and what that means, and then i think really crucially a calm not necessarily to national unity but a call to reject destructive tribalism where we forget that we are on the same team because we are fighting each other so intensely. he said we have to be bigger than that and that is i think one of the legacies that he will leave behind. the calling to do something better than just yourself and to pursue things that are larger than your narrow self-interest was sort of the mental joy and mission of life, and it was very clear and poetic that he wanted
to repeat that on this really important stage one last time upon his death. >> molly: and he was credited in his life for us as being a bipartisan powerhouse. >> am glad that he felt that way, i wish more people felt that way but if we look at our politics in a moment i would guess that more often or not, you would hear from people who don't have anything in common with those on the side which is regrettable. the line i like the best about what he wrote and what i thought was the most powerful, he kept saying, my fellow americans. i thought that was so much he probably had a big loving family and it was what he shared with his fellow americans, with his patriots.
we tried to figure out if anyone knew what he had done before. he wanted us to take that away from his life and career and what he wanted to be able to achieve in terms of unity going forward. >> because he's been such a towering figure in our politics and we know him so well, and omnipresent fixture on television even though it wasn't rick gates leaving the words you could hear his voice saying those words. >> molly: i believe we will come back after the break with that at some top democrats laying out investigations they hope to much of trump administration. if they retake the house in november, our power panel will stay right here. >> the best thing we can do is promise the american people that if we are given the majority will conduct the investigation that the republicans are --
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>> molly: top democrats outlining the investigation their party could pursue it when they were in the house in november. congressman jerry nadler who would chair the judiciary committee of the democrats when the majority said they would continue to investigate russian meddling. watch. >> i think the mueller investigation as to continue first and foremost is that he has to defend the investigation against the presidents and publicans in congress, attempts to sabotage it, discredited and discredit the fbi and department of justice. the role of congress is not to protect the president, it's to hold that president and any president accountable to the people. >> molly: apparently would if
they could flip the house, and seals it obtained the document. can see some of the list they're going up and down across the screen. president trump's tax -- show that the democrats win in the fall, do you think any of that will come to pass? >> if the democrats win in the fall, yes. i think they will. he made a number of the rest of the committees that they are already on which have not answered, so we are trying to find specific. there's a lot a lot more beyond the orbit of russian one more point star payoffs, there are things about ethics compliance, classified information being passed around mar-a-lago with no unseemly side with the president is actually playing golf with all the time and what he's talking to them about.
the trump organization from definitely benefiting from various dignitaries who are staying in their hotels ending their restaurants. >> do you think those questions, they start giggling and it happened before the president was running or became president, could that block things down for the democrats customer >> one of the fault lines for this electoral campaign is that the democrats when the house and in particular with that subpoena power, what do you think they would do? there would be a slew of investigations into all sorts of things, some serious and some frivolous. there was a poll that "the wall street journal" pointed out just this weekend that showed that and concerned that the democratic would be
overly asked and i think you'll see those arguments made by both political parties with democrats like jerry nadler saying, these republicans will help them get away with anything, they won't hold him accountable and probably interested in governing. they will be interested in constantly poking and prodding. >> molly: so both parties think they have to win because they don't want the other person -- we hear republicans talking about this great economy, for setting one strategy question >> that's anything you can talk about, the bread and butter issues. i don't think it behooves either party to make investigations their main touch tone. so that's on the republican side of a slave you should be talking about the economy, that's the only area that the president has positive approval ratings on democrats to talk about the whole gambit. but if you just forget about
russia, or make it about, they are going to teach him, that doesn't get to the polls. it's not as exciting as, there's another tax cut in-store with with you or i think this is not. >> there is a sense of the democrats would be much more eager to impeach the president if they had the majority. that is a motivating factor for quicken's. >> i think -- if you want to get people to the polls for the midterm election, and they are going to lose, but -- >> adam schiff obviously played that properly and i do believe, i don't have any people that i talk to are in favor of judgment without knowing what it's for. >> it's like the democrats voted for it. >> i think a lot of those are
shepherds. >> here's something come the ranking member of the house oversight committee elijah cummings sent a letter to trey gowdy to tell him to bring up cohen to testify. so that's different and is at a bigger concern than impeachment? >> we don't know, don't know what has or, whether he backed out out there and then said actually he didn't know what i was talking about, never mind. so my commission on this is let robert mueller do his work. he's talking to michael: right now and for democrats to try to jump on that bandwagon, that almost might be stepping on the toes of robert muller which is not theoretically that you would want to do. >> did i mention jessica tarlov? thanks for coming.
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>> molly: a federal judge in seattle extended a temporary band that kept us a texas company for posting 33d gun plans online. dan springer and live from seattle with more. >> this ruling is not a surprise and while some may argue with the legal defeat for the white house, president trump himself has said that plastic guns make sense. but the state department doj lawyers are allowing the files and programs 3d mentors to make plastic guns to be published on the internet does not pose a threat to national security, making all plastic guns i can get by metal detectors has been
illegal for 30s. today's ruling doesn't change that and it's on the public release of the blueprint still makes makes guns. and you would think that publication would subvert and threaten the peace and security of the communities where this where it is proliferated. gun control group say it was a no-brainer. >> nearly 80% of americans believe that this is an issue of public safety and want congress to do something about it, including a large majority of gun owners and republicans. we don't think this is a partisan issue. >> the amendment foundation in texas, company offense distributed argued, this is about free speech and innovation. they claimed it will not help make them illegal because they require metal parts to be included which would be detectable by metal detectors.
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person on earth. neil cavuto will have special coverage of that event here on fox news channel. once again, 4:00. don't miss it. i'm molly. here's dana. >> dana: fox news alert. president trump announcing a preliminary agreement on a new trade deal with mexico. a major step in his efforts to negotiate trade deals nationwide. i'm dana perino, this is "the daily briefing." the agreement announced today with mexican president enrique. this does not include canada, not yet. the president says the agreement will be better for our economy. >> this is a tremendous thing. this has to do -- they used to call it nafta. we're going to call it the united states-mexico trade agreement.