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>> republicans want strong borders, no crime, no chaos and no caravan. heather: this is "fox and friends first". on the east coast strong borders, no chaos and no caravan. donald trump doubling down on his immigration crackdown as thousands of boots head to the border. the new plan to keep illegal immigrants out of the us. >> the republican agenda is the mainstream agenda of the american people.
shannon: march to the midterms with the finish line inside, donald trump's final push with four days to go. fulfilling his civic duty the touching moment former president george hw bush puts his ballot in the box, "fox and friends first" starts now. ♪ take a shot for the weekend ♪ get going ♪ heather: good morning. it is the weekend, friday morning, you are watching "fox and friends first". we appreciate you beginning the weekend with us on fox news. with just four days until the midterms, campaigning in high
gear, donald trump rallying in missouri urging voters to keep republicans in power. jackie ibanez has those highlights and what to expect and it is a lot of campaigning going on. >> reporter: good morning, democrats and republicans running full steam ahead pushing their final midterm messages to voters, donald trump touching down for the second time in the battleground state of missouri stumping for josh holly. the president calling out holly's opponent claire mccaskill for trying to distance herself from the democratic party. >> the people of missouri are going to retire far left democrat claire mccaskill who has been saying such nice things about me but you know what? she will never vote with me. that is the problem. she didn't even vote for justice brett cavanagh.
>> according to the latest fox news paul, donald trump won missouri by 18% in 2016 election, the president sounding off on the importance of republican staying power. >> this election, between republican results and radical resistance, a choice between greatness and gridlock, a choice between jobs and mobs. here to drain the swamp, replace the democrats. >> the president will make two campaign stops in west virginia and indiana, and democrats getting a boost from president obama in florida and georgia, the midterm stop is monday back in missouri. some other headlines, sheriff
deputy fighting for his life after being shot in the head, officers trying to serve a warrant to a sex offender, the suspect pulled out a knife in texas, witnesses left in shock. >> a third stop, pools out a knife about that big and says don't mess with me, i will stab you. heather: the suspect got away and barricaded himself in a hotel room. he shot the deputy when officers tried to get inside. that man is now in custody. today is the 11th and final funeral for the synagogue shooting victims, rose was the oldest person killed in that pittsburgh attack, family and friends saying final goodbyes, the 911 operator speaks out about heroic first responders. >> officers arrived on scene
within a few moments of their arrival. and officer had been shot and definitely save lives that day. heather: the suspected shooter pleading not guilty and demanding a trial by jury. he could face the death penalty. the first 100 troops arriving in texas as the migrant caravan much closer to our border, donald trump doubling down on his immigration policy announcing a new plan to keep migrants out. allison barber live in dc with developing details. >> reporter: donald trump announced new immigration plans that could lead to large-scale detention of migrants and for habit anyone crossing the border illegally from seeking asylum. >> those who choose to break our laws and enter illegally will no longer be able to use meritless
claims to gain automatic admission into our country. we will hold them for a long time if necessary. >> reporter: the president says he plans to sign a comprehensive executive order next week the legality of this is under fire, legal expert say for having people who cross between ports of entry from seeking asylum violates us and international law. the president has not officially rolled out that plan but there is already one class-action lawsuit against it. some of the parties are listed as asylum-seekers currently traveling on foot from honduras to the us. donald trump seems to be ramping up the focus on immigration as we get closer to election day including talking about sending more troops. some troops arriving at the us-mexico border in response to the caravan. the president says he is considering deploying 15,000 troops, a higher number than the pentagon was planning to send. house democrats agree with
current plans, in a letter to james mattis, 100 house democrats asked for more information about the decision and cost of sending additional troops to the southern border. the letter says this is nothing short of militarization of the southern border to score political points and stoke misleading fears among americans regarding immigrants, donald trump says people who criticize republicans over this but use them of racism, he disagrees with some of the characterizations. >> the immigration debate helped launch donald trump's campaign three years ago. bill bennett says the president is exactly the leader america needs to solve a problem. >> the president was very calm and clear, difficult times require strong leadership and these were difficult times and a difficult problem, people touch
the ground, they were released, 6 or 8000 people never come back for a hearing. the president steps up, has to step into the vacuum here, people say he is too tough, sometimes you need mother teresa and sometimes you need dirty harry and it has a lot of dimensions to it but this is a strong president and i think he's right to identify the problem the way he is and seeking to address it, looking for a way to stop the hemorrhaging. >> overnight donald trump asking his cabinet to draw a potential trade deal with china. according to bloomberg a negotiated agreement at a summit in argentina as attorney general jeff sessions puts pressure on china charging a state owned company with stealing american trade secrets.
>> the cheating must stop. time for china to join the community of lawful nations. >> sessions announcing a new program to investigate chinese trade steps. joe manchin and patrick morrissey go head to fly from the first and only debate morrissey reminding voters manchin's support for hillary clinton during the 2016 election. >> you could make up things as you go along. i am a conservative fighter for donald trump. he made his bed with hillary clinton and that is -- >> hillary clinton is not on the ballot. >> reporter: their fire exchange coming hours after social media accounts linked to manchin's office were hacks, donald trump will rally for more in west virginia. how about some football?
san francisco 49ers have a new star on their hands, 3 touchdowns for the most productive nfl debut since the 1970 merger, snapping a 6-game losing streak with a 34-3 win over the oakland raiders but the team taking the national anthem protest to the next level before the game, 49ers cheerleader started taking a knee during the star-spangled been a, the unidentified woman the first cheerleader to do so. 10 minutes after the top of the hour, dream vacation turned into a nightmare, passengers fearing for their lives after a cruise ship nearly tips over. >> we felt it was the titanic. you thought this might be it. >> terrifying moment as tables and chairs are thrown across a ship. the midterms four days away.
>> four days and to the midterm elections at house races and battleground states, tighter than ever. these seats can mean the difference in mapping the balance of power and joining me with some of those key races is indiana congressman and gop strategist david mcintosh. thanks for joining us, we really appreciate it. let's get into this, we have several to get through. let's begin in california. house district 39 and you say this is one of the toughest ones battling it out. >> it is in the heart of republican orange county but
california has turned hard left and has been radicalized during the trump presidency so i think it will be very hard to hold onto that seat. it is unfortunate because it will be one of the late ones and i suspect it is going to be a tie through most of the night on tuesday so we will have to see. i hope he holds it out. heather: youngstown against a democrat and a seat that was held for a long time by ed royce, a republican. >> ed has done a great job in congress, we served together in the 90s and he has gone on to chair the foreign relations committee but the district has changed during the 20, 30 year period to become much more democrat leaning. heather: let's talk about florida. your thoughts on that. we have maria salazar and the democrat leading in this race.
>> the democrats district, a year ago everybody thought it would be a tough one for republicans to keep but i have to give salazar credit. she is dynamic, energetic, she has gone out and campaigned in the latino community and donna shalala comes in is a former clinton cabinet member but doesn't fit the profile. heather: hillary clinton did won the district by 20 points. >> everybody -- it has become competitive but because of the good work all virus has done. heather: let's move up the east coast to new jersey and look at the race where you have a republican with a slightly, tom macarthur over andrew kemp. >> new jersey a tough state for republicans, new england, california, the two areas where it has been hard but tom has
done a good job and he has united all the republicans because he showed he could work with conservatives during the health care debate and came up with the great compromise in the house that let that bill go forward and he will be helped by the fact that men and as is in trouble in the senate. hugin is running a tough race and you will see republicans energized. narrow race but i think he will keep the lead. heather: the only republican from new jersey to vote for the gop tax overhaul as well. >> yes. he has been solid with donald trump's agenda. we are a conservative group but supporting him as one of the moderates. heather: supporting donald trump's agenda, is that, republican candidate in ohio ahead at this point, we look at those numbers in ohio. >> exactly right.
steve was in trouble earlier, one of the young dynamic democrats, steve state completely with the trump agenda and in the midwest that is working, democrats thought they could pick up 6 seats throughout the midwest and the old industrial battleground but donald trump's agenda is popular there and republicans are holding ground because of that. steve will be able to win this race in ohio. heather: four days and counting. great to see you. the time is 18 minutes after the top of the hour. high profile help hitting the campaign trail. oprah getting the attention of mike pence well rallying democrats in georgia. >> i would like to remind oprah and will ferrell i am kind of a big deal too. heather: carly shimkus with reaction to political punches with four days to go, good morning.
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can you imagine? video showing shattered glass covering the dining room floor hours after the carnival sunshine set sail for the caribbean. the passengers so shaken up they cut their vacation short. >> we felt like it was the titanic. you really thought this might be it. heather: i might get off too. and electrical switchboard malfunction, they apologized and offered a $50 credit. high profile help hitting the campaign trail, oprah rallying democrats in georgia with four days until voters head to the polls. >> wherever you are in this state, in this country, you are dishonoring your family. you are disrespecting and disregarding their legacy. they are suffering, their dreams, when you don't vote. heather: carly shimkus with serious xm 115 here with the vice president's epic response.
>> as many of us know by now oprah winfrey was in georgia yesterday campaigning on behalf of gubernatorial candidate stacy abrams, making a plea urging voters to get out and vote and going door-to-door and last week, will ferrell was in georgia on abrams's behalf. mike pence was in town stumping for republican brian kemp and he reminded voters he deserves a little bit of love too. watch. >> i would like to remind stacy, oprah, will ferrell, i am kind of a big deal too. >> a little bit of a joke. he acknowledged the star-studded lineup. she has been pretty happy to welcome oprah. pence's message was this is not hollywood, this is georgia and
you have to vote for your family and folks on social media agree with that message. who listens to celebrities on who they should vote for. you should vote based on what benefits you and your family and another twitter user chiming in saying he is right until they live in our neighborhoods, we deal with on a daily basis, they need to keep quiet, who on their right mind would vote for someone just because a celebrity told them to. oprah did answer the question on everybody's mind, she said no, she is not running for president. >> imagine a knock on the door and it is oprah? a lot of people in
a spokesperson tweet this picture, the 41st president a company by his best friend jim baker and sally discharging his civic duty and voting today, jim baker, former secretary of state, sully, his service dog at 94 years old has still got it, making his voice heard. get out and vote. heather: have a great weekend. 26 after the hour, taking a tough stands, brand-new policies the trump administration laid out on three latin american countries. >> all the lives in the entire country who got the biggest lie of the year? barack obama. >> biggest liar in the world? wisconsin governor scott walker taking aim at a former president.
heather: we are back with a fox news alert, fears of iranian attack on the us days before new sanctions kick in. intelligence analysts anticipating response from tehran that will hurt their energy exports like petroleum. new concerns after iranian operatives were bused allegedly plotting to carry out deadly attacks in europe. dramatic video showing a us warship shooting down a missile in space. sailors launching a ballistic kill vehicle interceptor test from the uss john finn off the coast of hawaii, the interceptor traveling 600 mph destroying medium-range ballistic missile. officials hope it can be used in the event of a missile attack in
the us. the second time the weapon has been successfully tested. pretty amazing. the crown prince of saudi arabia, to update you, called slaying jamal khashoggi a dangerous islamist. mohammed bin selman made those comments in a phone call with the white house just days after jamal khashoggi was murdered in the saudi consulate in istanbul, saudi arabia denies the report. jamal khashoggi as family says he was not a member of the muslim brotherhood group, he was a vocal critic of saudi leadership. state department spokesperson heather knauer donald trump's first choice to be the next us ambassador to the united nations. of selected she would leave her role at the state department and take over for nikki haley. the trump administration taking a stuffed stance with our enemies from the west and wrong
allies even closer. jillian turner has details on a new policy just laid out on three latin american countries. >> the troika of tyranny in this hemisphere, cuba, venezuela and nicaragua has finally met its match. >> reporter: the trump administration announced a pivot to latin america that includes cracking down on america's western hemisphere enemies, nicaragua, cuba and venezuelan governments and wrong allies like mexico, colombia and brazil even closer. the crackdown includes a new package of sanctions and executive order to venezuela. and contrasting leaders with the people they govern. >> if i were them i would fear their virtuous power. they fancy themselves strongmen and revolutionaries. in reality they are clownish, pivotal figures.
>> reporter: bolton citing forces of totalitarianism, communism, socialism and oppression, vowed to continue down the path donald trump embarked on last june when he began restricting the dramatic relationship reinstated by president obama. bolton insisted the trump team will not prop up the cuban military and intel services that profit at the expense of the cuban people and he said all diplomatic back channels with cuba are officially dead. the trump administration believes in civility across latin america, has given rise to the immigration crisis at america's southern border as well as the multiple migrant caravans headed for us soil. the crises in cuba and venezuela have opened the door for closer ties between russia and latin america. the kremlin reported $50 million to purchase russian military equipment and later this week the cuban president in vladimir putin. jillian turner, fox news. >> democrats bringing hollywood
back to the campaign trail eerily similar to how they did in 2016. >> next president of the united states. >> hillary clinton is the one. >> all of those in 2016, confidence in the midterms, to the last election, and here to debate is matthew swift and richard ross and we appreciate it. we can talk about what is going on in georgia. you have oprah, will ferrell
knocking on doors, will this make a significant difference? i will start with you. >> as a republican, i can't say from the republican side of it helped or hurt. generally what we have seen in the past, very little impact with the one exception, oprah going back to 2008, oprah has a substantial impact on the rise of barack obama. >> she said vote for hillary clinton and hillary clinton lost. >> let's be clear, she won the popular vote. she did lose the election. what a difficult landscape in 2016, we had democrats in office for years, i agree they don't make a significant difference but if they make a 1% or 2% difference in an area, a state or congressional election where the difference may carry the day, it could help. let's not forget, not
necessarily vote for my candidate but get out to vote. if they can get their people out to vote it could make a difference. heather: she is standing at the podium behind huge campaign sign, it is obvious -- >> no question about it. heather: majority of americans oppose stars getting involved in politics, 60% say they oppose it compared to 40% who support it. >> not that surprised. even 1% or 2% change from a celebrity endorsement won't happen nor has it ever happened. i'm not surprised people don't want celebrities who are not facing the same things voters face in everyday life. i'm not going to listen to what they have to say to determine -- heather: when you look at social media accounts, take and instagram account of a celebrity with millions of followers,
versus the political candidate who may have 100,000 or so, it gets the word out in name recognition. >> celebrities cell. celebrities and sex. we are not dealing with sex here. why is matthew mcconaughey, bryan cranston, the pharmaceuticals have celebrities, insurance companies have celebrities. i'm not going to look at voting the way the celebrity votes but people listen to celebrities. matthew mcconaughey drives it. there's been billions of dollars of research done on whether celebrities can make a difference and obviously the fortune 100 companies. heather: you made this point. for a lot of voters it is about the economy and they can't relate to some of these celebrities who are bringing home billions of dollars. >> let's look at a candidate who celebrity endorsement changed what we thought would happen in
an election. the only case of someone who has the ability to completely change the way someone might think, someone like oprah. we didn't see that from beyoncé or jay the. there has never been a study done nor can there be on how much but to your point the problem with celebrities is they are in a different financial status than people listening to them. oprah winfrey is talking to people in marietta, georgia who are living paycheck to paycheck so they are not -- an interesting dichotomy but at the end of the day they listen to oprah, ellen, people they listen to during the day on talk shows, the people with the most impact. a lot of those celebrities taylor swift, j the and beyoncé
won't make much difference. >> we will see because we have four days to go. the time is 20 minutes until the top of the hour. setting the stage for weeks of uncertainty, why just one crowded senate race could disrupt the entire midterm. >> do you understand fascism is here? >> campus craziness, the liberal student who kicked the campaign sign and dumped a cup of coffee on another student, you won't believe what drove her over the edge. ♪ make me crazy ♪ make me crazy ♪ make me crazy ♪
governor scott walker calling out former president obama over obamacare is open enrollment will help. >> out of all the lies in the entire country the biggest lie of the year, barack obama who said if you like your healthcare plan you can keep it. that was the lie of the year. i guess if you are going to lie about healthcare and the existing conditions you might as well bring in the biggest liar in the world. >> walker slamming obama after the former president campaigned in wisconsin last week, the governor is locked in a tight reelection battle with democratic challenger tony evers. looks like chuck schumer cannot catch a break from his own party. watch this ad created by democratic status of women rejecting schumer's plea for money. ♪
heather: the ad ending with a simple message dear senator schumer, today democratic party does not deserve our support. control of the senate could come down to mississippi. if none of the four candidates in the state's primary gets 50% of the vote the top two will have a runoff election, peter doocy explains. >> reporter: voters in the magnolia state might make the rest of the country wait to find out who their senator is. >> another month but that is okay. >> the reason it is so hard to get to 50% and avoid a runoff is the field is crowded, two democrats and two republicans. the recent nbc poll shows smith
mike espey by a large margin. >> people need help with healthcare. they can keep these rollouts open. >> reporter: he hopes to shock the south with democratic senator doug jones did in alabama last year. >> votes from democrats, republicans, independents and those who never voted. >> reporter: of the national senate map is turned upside down tuesday this runoff could determine the balance of power which would mean all lies on senator smith for three weeks. >> my purse please don't put me in that position. i think we will be in good shape and by the time this race is determined we will already have that majority. >> reporter: undecided voters pulling in double digits and when they get to the about box to make up their minds things could get interesting because in the special election ballots will not mark which candidates
are democrats and which are republicans. in jackson mississippi, peter doocy, fox news. heather: the time is 15 minutes until the top of the hour and america's economy is booming thanks to donald trump turning back failed obama policies. >> the hottest economy in the world. heather: does wall street wanted democrats to win? next guest says that is fake news. ♪ get stronger... get closer. start listening today to the world's largest selection of audiobooks on audible. and now, get more. for just $14.95 a month, you'll get a credit a month good for any audiobook, plus two audible originals exclusive titles you can't find anywhere else. if you don't like a book, you can exchange it any time, no questions asked. automatically roll your credits over to the next month if you don't use them.
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why aren't more republicans pushing that money message on the campaign trail? why are new numbers showing wall street is backing democrats ahead of the midterms? here to help us make sense of it is the owner of the stock llc. great to have you with us. let's begin with those wall street donation numbers, comparing $56.8 million in donations to democrats with $33.4 million to republicans according to the center for responsive politics but you say even the numbers are showing this it is fake news. >> when i saw the headlines it was halloween, democrats giving more money to the republicans for the first time in 10 years, i said fake news right there because people don't read the article, they just look at the headline and say all of a sudden wall street is good for the market, they want democrats to win the house, twin congress, that is not true at all. one of the reasons they are giving money is they think the
democrats are going to win and they went people as allies. maxine waters if the democrats win would be at the head of the finance committee and all these regulations, investment companies, they are worried. heather: let's look at those obama regulations, just a few the president has rolled back, cutting energy regulations, tax cuts, record low unemployment and the dow jones industrial average which is up 33%. in terms of those specific policies take us through those. heather: >> that is why it is fake news. people on wall street know that trump as soon as trump was elected the market has run up every day things so as far as the stock market goes, as far as wall street trump has been great for the market, trump taking credit for it and rightfully so and anyone who has a 401(k) you have been invested in the dow and s&p, 30% to 40% -- trump is
still president no matter what happens with congress. there could be gridlock and they could try to rollback deregulation trump has done and the tax cuts are another big concern. what would happen in 2019? trump is trying to do the second round of tax cuts, what if he can't get that through? i think the market likes trump, the market has rallied. heather: what the market does after midterms. >> you will see a big lift. you might see this shakeout. ultimately trump is president the next two years however i think there could be some gridlock and volatility that could happen that could hurt the market and that is not good for anyone even people are democratic of seen growth in their 401(k), how can anyone say
that is negative? is fake news because it is an assumption people don't read all the story and know all the facts -- bill: being the case why don't we hear more republicans on the campaign trail being crystal-clear as you are right now? >> they are not market people. they might not have a information. heather: why aren't we hearing more about that? >> are they afraid to come out and say these things because of all the negativity, people saying things negatively about trump? if you look at the fact of how things have changed i don't -- doesn't make sense to me. you can't argue with the numbers. it is not just the market but record numbers of unemployment and a new number out today coming out at 8:30, growth, gdp has increased. wages increased. how can you say any of these are negative and how can you say
wall street, democrats to win because ultimately they are looking to make money and that is why the concern is democrats win and they won't have any allies and they are getting money out this last month before the election. heather: thanks for joining us. 6 minutes until the top of the hour. from bad to worst, heather locklear facing legal troubles, who slapped a lawsuit against the celebrity. - [voiceover] this is an urgent message from the international fellowship of christians and jews. there is an emergency food crisis for elderly holocaust survivors in the former soviet union. - this is a fight against time.
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heather: hundreds of people told they can't vote in the midterms, voters in st. louis, missouri getting letters in the mail that they missed the registration cut off date, and election official blaming the error on temporary workers that accidentally marked 253 forms is ineligible to vote. correction letters are in the mail to correct the mistake. in north dakota hunters are being encouraged not to vote. at the democratic party, and on facebook reading if you voted in north dakota you may forfeit hunting licenses you have in other states. if you want to keep your out-of-state hunting licenses you may not want to vote in north dakota. north dakota gop official says the ads are false. time for the good, the bad and
the ugly. first the good. it is getting cheaper to borrow money to achieve the american dream and buy a house, long-term mortgage rates are on the decline, 30 year fixed-rate mortgage is dropping to 4.83%. 15 year fixed-rate loans are down so that is good news. now the bad. actress heather locklear getting sued after allegedly tacking any mt the night she was arrested. according to tmc she's accused of kicking the woman causing injuries that made her miss work and lose out on pay. finally the ugly. a liberal student pouring a drink on republicans at florida state university. >> don't pour your coffee on me. >> do you understand fascism is here? heather: that student accusing republicans of, quote,
normalizing and enabling nazis. she dumped her coffee on them. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first" this friday, have a great weekend gearing up for midterms. "fox and friends first" continues right now, goodbye. >> no nation can allow itself to be overwhelmed by uncontrolled masses of people rushing their border. >> stopping people at the border, this is an invasion. rob: boots on the border, donald trump doubling down on his immigration crackdown as the caravan moves closer. >> the new plan to keep illegal immigrants out of the us. rob: rallies reaching fever pitch as democrats and republicans prepare for what could be a historic turnout. jillian: the help both parties are getting. >> must stay. you sure you