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shannon: it is friday, september 21st and this is "fox and friends first". happening at 4:00 am on the east coast, supreme conditions, brett kavanaugh's accuser releasing a list of demands before she testifies but will republicans let her call the shots? live in washington with new development. >> you don't have a border you don't have a country. shannon: putting democrats on glass, donald trump demanded lawmakers pay for his border wall. can congress deliver? letting the beer flow. after 635 days brown's fans have a reason to celebrate. "fox and friends first" starts
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now. ♪ ♪ let the good times flow ♪ ♪ another weekend ♪ heather: it is friday. we get you moving this morning, thank you for joining us on "fox and friends first". feels like fall in the air in new york city. how does it feel where you are waking up? let's start with our top story, once again some new developments to tell you about, the woman accusing brett kavanaugh of sexual assault is willing to testify but under specific conditions this as judge cavanagh double down on taking the stand as soon as possible. doug lose eiuzader or with what
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happens next. >> reporter: talks underway and that may be a sign this hearing may happen next week. the accuser raising eyebrows from a legal standpoint. look at this list of demands from attorneys for christine ford. they do not want questions from lawyers, only from members of the senate judiciary committee. brett kavanaugh would not be allowed in the room and he must testify first last demand seems unlikely to be met by the senate judiciary committee. a long-standing legal tender that the accused has an opportunity to respond to allegations but that issue aside democrats rally around ford saying republicans are rushing this process. >> the option is show up monday or don't show up at all. i consider that a set up for failure.
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they would like a he said she said scenario. you know what happens in those scenarios? the men are typically believed because you see those issues through your own lens. >> donald trump headlines a rally in las vegas and he carefully addressed this issue backing brett kavanaugh and he told sean hannity this confirmation shouldn't be further delayed. >> to take a man like this, with that being said, let her have her say and let's see how it works out. i don't think you can delay it any longer. they delayed is a week already. >> reporter: this hearing doesn't happen soon it will be difficult for senate republicans to stick to one of their goals which is to have brett kavanaugh confirmed and seated on the court by the time the next term begins, that is a week and a half away. shannon: bill: wanted it done by october 1st and something new will probably develop. democrats stopping nothing to
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keep brett kavanaugh off the bench. former attorney joe de jennifer calling this a disgrace. >> this is a fraudulent exercise in delay. talking about the constitutional confirmation process which has been disgraced. >> let me finish. let me finish. don't interrupt me. don't interrupt me. senator feinstein and the senator from hawaii should be ashamed of themselves. they have besmirched the united states senate. this is being done for pure political purposes, to prevent a vote, to put it off until after the election. the democrats are entitled to do whatever they want and they are doing exactly that, which no concern whatsoever to the constitution or the senate. shame on them all.
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heather: the the november elections just 45 days away and counting. donald trump doubling down on support for brett kavanaugh telling the crowd in las vegas to push back against democrats in the coming election. >> one of the reasons i was elected was because you believed that i was going to pick great supreme court justices but i want to tell you that brett kavanaugh is one of the finest human beings you will ever have the privilege of knowing. he has tremendous support, i can tell you that, tremendous. just like neil gorsuch who is now on the supreme court. this election you have to vote for candidates who really know
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what your heart says, what your values are. you have some great, great republican candidates. today's democrat party is held hostage by left-wing haters, angry moms, socialist fanatic, deep state bureaucrats and their fake news allies. julie: president is headed to springfield, missouri today where he will hold another make america great again rally. and are for and i, or to for tooth, a chilling bible verse lifted from the shooting suspect that favorite quote on facebook. mosley shot six coworkers at the warehouse where she worked before turning the gun on herself. three of those workers died. police searching for the motive but one of those coworkers claim she came to work wanting to, quote, pick a fight, that being the suspect.
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the mother of a teen rudely murdered by ms 13 will be laid to rest next to her daughter today. evelyn rodriguez was hit and killed by a car last friday after a confrontation with a neighbor. the location of the memorial, two years to the day her daughter was stabbed to death by the gang. rodriguez was an advocate against ms 13 is a special guest at the president's state of the union address and appeared on our show many times. the taliban is ready for a new round of talks with the us, russia's ministry of foreign affairs is the terror group is prepared to attend peace talks in moscow this month, this will focus on prisoner exchanges and moving towards formal negotiations. the us has not confirmed those talks, this after a new propaganda video shows taliban fighters celebrating the capture of an afghan military base claimed to have killed 13 afghan security guards. the recovery efforts in the wake
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of florence are far from over. first responders still saving lives in the carolinas as some communities see signs of floodwaters receding for the first time since the storm hit. griff jenkins joins us from fayetteville, north carolina where he spoke with servicemembers trying to contain the devastation. you also talked with the governor. >> reporter: hard to believe waters are rising in southeastern north carolina but here in fayetteville you can see the devastated motel behind me is in recovery mode. when i talked to the governor he was visiting a firehouse where special operations to the rescues, 4700 rescues since florence hit. there is a monument to task ahead and he said working with the president, the administration is doing well. take a listen. >> hundreds upon hundreds of
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rescues have occurred. i'm grateful to the men and women who do this, amazing we were able to pull together as americans to get this done. i spoke with and met with the president for a couple hours. they promised help in the long haul, we will hold them to it. >> reporter: the cape fear river ridgecrest at a record level a few days ago moving to wilmington, down to south carolina. that is why they are deploying all the way down there to do evacuations of people who stay behind. we spoke to the commanding general of the army's third expeditionary force in charge of high water vehicles and rescue teams, here is what he had to say. >> 16 separate teams across the eastern part of north carolina and those teams are out and we
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have a ways to go. the floodwaters that might be receding in fayetteville, all that water is being pushed to the coast. >> reporter: the sun is out and water receding, first responders are still in action. heather: this is overshadowed by so many stories out of dc. thank you for your coverage, appreciate it. let's talk about cleveland, a good story for you if you are cleveland fan, two words, some of those fans were worried they would never hear this again, brown's win, the browns beating the new york jets 21-17 for their first win in two years. all across cleveland, finally unlocking their bud light victory handed out free beer to everyone. fans celebrating as if they won the super bowl. ♪ we are the champions
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♪ we are the champions ♪ julie: cleveland police tweeting we won. the free beer, okay, stay calm, go brown. tom saying i haven't left cleveland and i'm seeing three fans passed out on sidewalks. keep it together and if you're still awake congratulations. it is 11 minutes after the top of the hour. killed in cold blood switching gears complete, a woman jogging in a trendy dc neighborhood stabbed multiple times. the senseless murder stunning law enforcement. >> over the course of my 30 years in policing this does not happen. this type of thing doesn't happen. heather: jillian is live with the questions police are working to answer. brett cavanagh's accuser says she will testify on her own
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terms. when will republicans say enough is enough? our next guest worked with brett kavanaugh to set the record straight. ♪
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heather: brett kavanaugh's accuser agrees to testify if lawmakers meet her list of demands. what can we expect and will this help or hurt his chances of being confirmed? joining me is assistant professor of the antonin scalia law school of george mason university and she clerked for brett kavanaugh in his first year in the court of appeals. we appreciate you joining us. >> thank you for having me. heather: let's bring up some demands from christine ford's team. only members of the committee can question her, brett kavanaugh cannot be in the room at the time and brett kavanaugh should be questioned before her.
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what do you think of this list of demands and is this unprecedented, some of these demands? >> i did clerk for brett kavanaugh 12 years ago, i have known him and his family that time, always acted with care and integrity and he categorically denied allegations. my understanding is the start of this week he sat down under penalty of perjury and talked to committee staff denying the accusations. he reiterated his willingness to come before the without placing conditions on that and he wants to move forward to clear his name. i trust the senators will continue to have a process that enables him to do that and they expressed willingness to hear from doctor ford. the timing is challenging. it sounds as though these questions first arose six weeks ago but brett kavanaugh and the public are hearing about them
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after the fact after he sat through 32 hours of hearings and written questions and have a lot of meetings with senators and none of these concerns were brought up at the time. heather: there was an opportunity to do that. senator feinstein could have brought this up privately for brett kavanaugh but chose not to do it at that time but chose to do it at this time which many people argue does a disservice to both parties involved. i wanted to ask about your personal experience with brett kavanaugh. there is another report alleging female students who wanted to clerk for brett cavanagh were advised to dress a certain way. did you ever hear anything like that? >> absolutely not. my reaction is it was outlandish and ridiculous. i was served with brett cavanagh his first year on the bench. when i prepare for my interview for him i was told to learn the law and talk about the law and
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in my experience with him, he has been nothing but completely aboveboard, transparent, highest character and integrity. heather: to the original question in terms of what happens next week with this list of things that have to take place before she agrees to testify. you mentioned that brett kavanaugh has agreed to come before the committee without any type of, what do you call it, questions, no requests, he will do it no matter what. >> that is my understanding, he issued a statement reiterating his willingness to come before the kennedy, he wants to clear his name and is willing for that to move forward as quickly as possible. the senate process has the role of advice and consent to nomination proceedings but brett
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kavanaugh has an unblemished record, a brilliant jurist, the american people saw that when he testified for 30 hours of hearings. once he had the opportunity to clear his name and already come out and categorically denied these accusations. heather: if she does not come forward to you think he should still move forward? >> i support brett kavanaugh and he categorically denied the accusations. based on everything i know of his character and integrity i support his confirmation. i would like a fair process, everybody should be heard from. brett kavanaugh should have a chance to share his side of the story. heather: we appreciate the personal insight. the time is 20 minutes after the top of the hour. a dangerous game of tug-of-war with a fire tornado. the rare phenomenon that sent flames 100 feet into the air and
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rushing to judgment, time magazine showing brett kavanaugh in clarence thomas's shadow, continental cover creating a firestorm online. carly shimkus is here to share your comments. [ upbeat music ]
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to recover. the fbi opening a terror investigation interested in private is charged with trying to steal a plane from a florida airport. he is accused of hopping a fence and sneaking into an empty passenger jet in orlando. technicians tackling the 22-year-old but he broke free running onto the tarmac before being arrested. authorities are trying to figure out his motive, this having a month after a baggage angela stole a plane from seattle tacoma airport crashing into his death. what has changed? that is the question time magazine is asking undiscovered showing brett cavanagh standing in the shadow of justice clarence thomas. carly shimkus with serious xm 115 with how social media is turning the tables. >> the latest time magazine cover is a snapshot of past and present showing both judges accused of sexual misconduct and
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the cover story talks about the me too movement, it proves our reality is the product of the privilege and prejudice of entitled men. some folks on social media disagree with that narrative and the cover and are sending messages like this, no one reads time magazine. randy on twitter says it is anita hill 2.0. another twitter user saying clarence thomas to the great job of shutting the senate down with his blistering rebuke. perhaps he should give brett kavanaugh some words of advice. still some support for both sides of the story. one thing is for sure, this is dividing the nation to say the least. heather: we will see what happens in terms of both individuals. the big game hunter thinking her hobby helps conserve wildlife but other people have a different opinion. >> she is a big game hunter,
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former beauty queen, receiving backlash for appearing a tv interview saying her hobby, big-game hunting helps conservation. listen to her. >> ultimately hunters are the ones giving so much back to preserving these wild beasts, hunters desire to see new areas and as a result of hunters coming in, creating jobs. >> he won mrs. nebraska, saying big-game hunters help animals and conservation because they have a vested interest in them. social media always divided on this topic, some people agree with her saying hunters pay millions of dollars for those hunts, that money makes it worthwhile for the government to protect wildlife. another twitter user chiming in saying trophy hunting is out of order and should be banned all over the world. one thing is these folks received death threats on social
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media. seriously. heather: i wonder where that youtube that he was siding that is her home. >> in montana is where she lives. chick-fil-a honoring first responders in wilmington, north carolina, opening their doors for the first time since the storm but only to extra special customers was they posted this message, all first responders are invited to join us for a free meal. we will have our dining room open for you. we are so thankful for your hard work. they want to open their doors to first responders first so they can have a meal, kick their feet up and relax a little bit while they are trying to help out. heather: the time is half past the top of the hour. from planning a wedding to planning a funeral, the family of the jogger who was stabbed to death in dc trying to make sense of this nightmare.
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>> never mentioned the dress for her burial. heather: cannot imagine. jillian is live in washington with a message for the community. - [narrator] do you have less energy than you used to?
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- [narrator] for a free 30-day supply of superbeets with your first order, call the number on your screen. that's the number on your screen now. heather: you are watching "fox and friends first". a heartbroken mother her father until the last minute after being stabbed 7 times on a dog in dc. a surveillance video showing wendy martinez's final moments of life, so disturbing. police bring some closure to the family. >> reporter: disturbing is a good way to describe it. thanks to surveillance video and tips police were able to arrest anthony crawford in a senseless
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act that they can't explain. police say it was unprovoked and random. we spoke with her family and the place she had her final moments. >> her wedding dress. i was here last weekend. i never mentioned the dress was the dress for her burial. >> that was my daughter, very loving. she had a lot of dreams and she loved her community and she was proud to be a latina. >> the sneakers, the flowers. >> i feel appreciation. >> over the course of my 30 years in policing, the second thing does not happen, hardly at all, almost never. i have difficulty talking about this.
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the injury she suffered was very serious. there were multiple witnesses on the scene that had given us a description consistent with a person of interest in the video. >> reporter: people have cameras all over their homes. >> a new valuable tool police officers use. >> and good policing. >> we found, what you had were police officers who knew the community, detectives who knew how to conduct investigations and citizen involvement. that led to a suspect in the murder here, wendy martinez. >> one of the best things i would like to say is to see that the people who saw this in this serious condition their first thought was to try to help. the only thing we can do is give some closure to the family and
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make the community feel safer. >> the outpouring of support for your sister. >> incredible, something i never would have expected, one of the most beautiful things i have ever seen. i can't lose my faith in humanity. has been pulling them through. describing her as a gift cut short too soon. todd: 1 this is trying to save her life desperately. thank you so much. the woman accusing brett kavanaugh of sexual assault is willing to testify under specific conditions, christine ford's legal team so she will take the stand if there are no questions from lawyers, if brett cavanagh is not allowed in the room and if he testifies first, despite a list of demands brett kavanaugh is doubling down
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saying he is ready to testify as soon as possible. even though brett kavanaugh's accuser appears willing to take the stand the left is waging war on his character without evidence. ben shapiro of said this could ruin his life. >> the idea that these things can be decided by appeal to people who are bad and women must always be believed is absurd. you need a standard of evidence to destroy man's life. give him the chance to defend himself. democrats say if he is defending himself he is insulting the woman. this is insanity and demonstrative of the fact that if you want to get to the truth, if democrats gave a crap about this they would be putting this woman in front of the hearing, calling whatever witnesses they could and something to bolster her case, not hiding or and adjusting any questions undermine justice.
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heather: several democrats support ford saying they believe her claims despite seeing no evidence. battle over border security, donald trump taking aim at senate democrats for failing to provide more funding for the border wall. >> family because of the democrats obstruction, only $1.6 billion was just approved. i am not thrilled. after the election they are telling me we are getting our wall the way we want it so let's see what happens. we want that wall. you know where i am. heather: can congress a compass what americans voted for. the director for policy studies at the center for immigration study, thank you very much for joining us, appreciate it. $1.6 billion is far short of the $5 billion the president wanted. as he justified in being frustrated? >> he should be very frustrated.
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republicans in congress are ready to squander the opportunity to deliver exactly what voters wanted and voted for two years ago which is more money for border enforcement and immigration enforcement in the interior of the country. these programs need resources to be effective. that is what people want to see happen but they want to wait until after the election for some reason. this is the time to deliver what voters said they wanted and a good opportunity to put members of congress on record for working for this agenda or not. that is what you want to do before an election, not after. it is perplexing why they are doing this was the only reason i can think of is some republicans in house leadership like paul ryan and mitch mcconnell want to wait until after the election to
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tack onto critical homeland security spending bill things that are not so popular. that is the only reason they would wait. heather: you were reading my mind, why they would want to wait until after the midterms, and how this particular situation could impact the midterms just 45 days away. >> there are some provisions that have been put on the bill in the house that really would be unpopular and undermine the president's hire american agenda by warning employers who like to hire foreign workers for less money than americans and open up this new supply of guest worker visas and green cards for these employers and that is not the message americans want to hear and that is why they want to wait until after the election but people should insist we get this done before the election.
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there is a political advantage to doing that for republicans and they are missing this opportunity. heather: ice needing an infusion of money. >> absolutely, not just border security. we need resources for ice to deal with criminal aliens and this influx of people over the southern border absconding from their immigration court hearings and worksite enforcement and partnerships with local law enforcement and dealing with sanctuary policies. these are critical needs in immigration enforcement that need to be funded and republicans should want everyone to go on record in supporting that and delivering that and that will help their success in this upcoming election. heather: ice going after ms 13 and gained members, they need money to do it. thank you, we will see if they
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move ahead before the midterms. thank you. the time is 20 minutes until the top of the hour, $16,000 is how much illegal american citizens have to pay to get in but for dreamers it is free. the special treatment you won't believe. heather: $1000 a day to stay home and eat pizza. the new gig that will make your mouth water. ♪ like you have had too much wind ♪ that is amore ♪
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heather: south carolina bracing for more severe flooding one week after hurricane florence blasted onto because, rivers swelling at record levels as the state deals with $1 billion worth of damage, the storm
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blamed for 42 deaths. they are installing inflatable dams to keep the floodwaters out. before and after photos show the incredible devastation and in north carolina volunteers saving horses stranded in the deepwater. they are now safe and back on dry land. firefighters play a dangerous game of tug-of-war with a fire tornado. this video shows their hose sucked into the sky, looks like something out of a movie. this was a 200 foot tall twister in canada. it was so hot the hose melted in midair. the fire tornado through burning logs at them for 45 minutes. these flaming twisters occur when extremely hot air blows through a fire at a certain angle causing a spinning momentum. that is in real. that is like a nightmare. google accused of trying to manipulate search results to
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help protest donald trump's travel ban. tracy carrasco is here with how workers allegedly conspired to do this. more news out of google. >> reporter: this according to the wall street journal. just days after donald trump's controversial travel ban took effect in january 2017 the journal says google employees thought about ways to treat the search engine to show users how to contribute to pro-immigration organizations, contact lawmakers and government agencies so according to internal emails the journal reviewed these employees considered ideas on how to use the company's influence on the internet in response to the travel ban. google says it never manipulated its search results or modified any of its products to promote a particular political ideology not in the current campaign season, not during the 2016
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election and not in the aftermath of donald trump's executive order on immigration. google said none of the plans that were discussed were ever put into action. heather: things like this keep popping up. make your own decision on that at home. let's talk about that pizza again. we were not paid $1000 a day to eat it. >> reporter: sound like a dream job, you can make $1000 a day eating and making pizza. this company manufactures pizza ovens, looking for people to come up with new recipes using its portable would fire evan. looking for all types of pizza pros or novices, go to the company website, submit a 62nd video, make a little dough, thank you so much.
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heather: the time is 2 minutes until the top of the hour and beware. nearly half of all cell phone calls will be scanned by 2019. what can we do to stop it? kurt the cyber guy is going to help us hang up for good. ♪ - in a crossfit gym, we're really engaged with who we are as people and making everybody feel welcome. ordering custom ink t-shirts has been a really smart decision for our business. i love the custom ink design lab because it's really easy to use. they have customer service that you can reach anytime. t-shirts help us immediately get a sense of who we are as a group. from the moment clients walk in, they're able to feel like part of the family. - [spokesman] custom ink has hundreds of products for your business and free shipping. upload your logo or start your design today at and i'm the founder of ugmonk. before shipstation it was crazy. it's great when you see a hundred orders come in, a hundred orders come in, but then you realize
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>> welcome back. robot calls are on the rise. it seems nonstop. and report claiming half of all calls made next year will be spam. how can we avoid dealing with them? joining me with tips is kurt the
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cyber guy. it seems this is already happening. almost every call i get is spam. >> yesterday i received at least four m calls and they are out of the blue. expect even more next year. half of your calls are going to be spam calls. shannon: how do you stop them? a lot of us myself included sign up for the do not call registry. does that run out? >> you should still do it. there are some good tips. wherever your phone is coming from, or your wireless company, you can ask them if they use call blockers can they control something? if so please turn it on and you your self can take the action of blocking unknown callers or don't engage them. hang up as soon as you hear the stupid message, hi how are you.
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so frustrating. heather: the always accrues with me. i can't block unknown callers because a lot of my calls from work will come up. >> that will work for a lot of people who don't allow calls to get through online. it is a choice we make to let you have that control. also really cool are these apps. you mentioned the do not call list, and a number of apps that are helpful, three really good ones. no more robo and they are great, frequent download them and they themselves give you more control if you are using a smart phone. heather: my phone helps me with suspected spam so i don't answer it. >> at this point we are getting trained to not answer the phone unless we know who is calling. when work is calling i
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automatically assume it is someone from fox. it works for us. heather: you have to answer when we call you to come on. let's talk about facebook. you heard about this war room they are putting together. will it work? >> clever pr from facebook, sheryl sandberg and mark zuckerberg have taken leadership roles. they are in action mode. 300 people on standby at facebook to police any wrongdoing related to the election, fingers at the ready on the keyboards to get rid of accounts that are bogus and fake accounts. that is the plan, setting up buildings 20, and 21, a conference room. the idea behind it is good, 300 people is a nice start. they need an alternate. heather: speaking of armies, an
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army of robots helping decide if you get a job or not. >> if you are applying for a job or at a big company and you are a candidate for a new position that has become available in your workplace, human being isn't deciding first off, every fortune 500 company has at this point some version of artificial intelligence that the screen and use the machine to determine from the public social media profile keywords in your resume, they will use a robot to screen you out before humans even get a chance to have a 1-on-1 with you. of the 20 i don't think that is a good idea. we will be right back, much more to talk about ahead.
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heather: the good, the bad and the ugly. the good, police officer going above and beyond to help a teenager learn how to tie a tie. going step-by-step with the young man at a school in california. the officer recently graduated the police academy after serving eight years as a us marine. colorado mountain college paying for daca students to get an education up front giving them
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$3000 per year. after graduation, 4% of their earnings over 60 months but if they don't make $30,000 they don't have to pay it back at all. california governor jerry brown has veto the bill requiring middle and high schools in the state to start no early than 8:30 a.m.. he thinks it should be up to the school, not the state, to make the decision. supporters of the bill say doing start times could lead to better grades, attendance and graduation rates. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first," thank you for joining us. hope you have a great weekend, "fox and friends first" continues right now, goodbye. jillian: supreme conditions, brett cavanagh's accuses says she will testify but only on her own terms. heather: will democrats stop at nothing to kill this confirmation?
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live in the nation's capital. >> found out tuesday, she came to this corner, listening to our favorite song, doing her favorite activity. todd: from planning a wedding to planning a funeral. the family of a jogger stamped to death trying to make sense of a nightmare. jillian: their message to the community in an interview now. colin kaepernick lacing up his sleeves. todd: the rumors of a return to the field, "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪ friday ♪ monday you can call upon ♪ tuesday wednesday ♪ break my heart ♪ thursday the season started


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