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>> you have to understand this is not supposed to happen here. my department is hurting. jillian: friday, december 20th, this is "fox and friends first". happening at 4:00 happening at 4:00 am. and illegal immigrant cop killer considered armed and dangerous, on the run. the urgent manhunt across the sanctuary state of california happening right now. as that officer's death fuel donald trump's call for a border wall, with one week since the government shutdown. will democrats and republicans
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reach a solution? first lady snubbed, the most admired woman in america, michelle obama, your comments pouring in on this one. "fox and friends first" starts now. ♪ oh my god ♪ it's the weekends ♪ heads up for the weekend ♪ oh my god ♪ it's the weekend ♪ hands up for the weekend ♪ ♪ bill: a rainy start to the weekend in new york city. lots of activities beginning to take place as we gear up for a brand-new year on tap. you are watching "fox and friends first" friday morning. thank you for starting the day with us. a massive manhunt intensifying for an illegal immigrant accused
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of killing a california police officer and donald trump is calling for tougher border security in the wake of that tragedy. todd pyro joins us with the latest on the search for the suspect. >> reporter: calls for justice growing louder as the manhunt continues for suspected armed and dangerous copula, authorities revealing the unidentified suspect is in the us illegally. he was spotted on surveillance video moments before allegedly shooting police corporal romeo seeing during a traffic stop. i was earlier sings celebrating christmas with his wife and 5-month-old son. the 33-year-old was originally from fiji and spent 7 years as a cop. is the province completely devastated by this killing. >> you have to understand this is not supposed to happen here. my department is hurting. we are going through this. we are family, not an agency, we
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are a family. >> reporter: police believe the unnamed suspect drove away after shooting officer sting. donald trump tweeting time to get tough on border security, build the wall. the sheriff reinforcing that message in an exclusive interview with laura ingram. >> officer sting should be the focus of this investigation, his sacrifice. i also want everybody to know that immigration is good for america. if done legally. illegal immigration doesn't serve our community especially criminals who victimize and exploit our communities. >> reporter: stanislaus county set up a donation page, you can find a link to that page on our website. heather: our prayers for that family, 5-month-old child, thank you. donald trump called for a border wall as the government shutdown
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hits one week and there's still no end insight. a live look at the capital where the senate failed to come up with a solution during a 4-minute session. doug luzader joins us live in washington where lawmakers will not be back to work until the new year. >> reporter: not an action shot of the capital. the hallways are pretty quiet. you won't find many people around here, nor will you find much optimism that this partial government shutdown is about to end. >> in the last 48 hours i would say the needle has moved towards a very long shutdown because of the impasse, the unwillingness of democrats to actually engage in meaningful dialogue. >> reporter: is what the president is saying on twitter. this isn't about the wall. everyone knows that a wall will work perfectly. this is only about the dems not letting donald trump and the republicans have a win.
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they may have the ten senate votes but we have the issue, border security 2020. don't look for much movement from democrats meantime. a statement from likely incoming house speaker nancy pelosi, democrats often republicans 3 options to reopen the government including funding for strong, principled and effective border security but not the president's immoral, ineffective and expensive wall. meantime secretary of homeland security kirstjen neilsen heading to the border later today. >> the house met for 3 minutes in case you are wondering. congress accused of putting politics over policy. when it comes to securing the southern border, pam bondi says millions of american children are in danger from illegal immigration including the family of slain officer singh.
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>> nancy political to put a price tag on a wall, to protect children, she is saying, what about the police officer's child, that is priceless. you can't put a price tag on that. we know we have to build this wall. these families, these police officers risk their lives for us every single day. if his life could have been prevented by that wall it was worth every penny of it. one drug bust in one day coming through the mexican border, cocaine, meth and heroin. totaling over hits or doses that could go to children, 31 million doses. almost the population of california. all those drugs could have gone to kids in our country. that is what this is about, protecting our children. >> border patrol agents seized 457,000 pounds of illegal drugs at the southern border and fiscal year 2018. the special counsel will not get any more written answers from
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donald trump. the president's personal lawyer rudy giuliani telling the hell, quote, i think i announced 10 days ago over my dead body and i'm not dead yet adding donald trump is not answering any more questions from these people, their outrageous activity, we did enough but giuliani tells the daily beast the president is open to a face-to-face interview or speaking over the phone about the russia investigation. federal judge denies the justice department request to push back a hearing on jerome corsi maps lawsuit against robert mueller but delay because of the government shutdown. the conservative author claims mueller forced him to lie under oath and commit other violations like witness tampering. he will appear in court january 3rd. he is seeking $350 million in damages. the alabama attorney general reviewing whether alleged russia like misinformation tactics
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targeting the alabama senate race violated law. democrat doug jones, roy more in the special election. reid hoffman apologized for 7 $50,000 donation to a group accused of mistreating or spreading misinformation about the election. he claims he had no knowledge of those tactics. here is an said news to share with you, the nation's oldest living veteran and oldest man has died at 112 years old. richard overton passing away in austin, texas following pneumonia. he credited his long life to god, smoking cigars and ranking whiskey. >> during it. >> in 1942, served with an all-black unit in world war ii.
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on veterans day, in 2013, quite a moment for him. the time is 8 minutes after the top of the hour and donald trump tweeting about retired because your general anthony tata praising his thoughts on siri as he looks for a new defense secretary. would he want the job? he addresses the rumors next. this blue light, the explosion that was seen for miles that is going viral. ♪
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heather: the search is on to replace james mattis. who is donald trump eyeing the role? who can he trust to take up his foreign policy initiatives? here to break it down, the list of contenders, former deputy commanding general of us forces in afghanistan brigadier general anthony tata, you're the author of this new book dark winter which i have a copy of and i have just begun. >> great to be with you. heather: donald trump has to get a new defense secretary. in terms of people he's looking at what qualities will he be looking for first? >> whoever he picks the person should share largely his views on foreign policy and domestic policy to a certain degree when you start talking about the wall. think about alliances and how alliances serve interests and
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other interests, he talks about rooting out terrorism at its source and having no in during the forever wars that lead to nationbuilding and talks a lot about building up the budget so that we can compete on the international stage with russia and china and when you look at that and he wraps together defense and trade together because they were mutually supporting of each other. whoever he picks should have a holistic view and advanced the president's wise policy. that he enacted over the last couple years and in a strategic fashion. heather: it became clear general mattis had a different vision when the president announced withdrawal of troops from syria. >> having served as secretary in a governor's cabinet in north carolina and you become an
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extension of the ceo. mattis is an extension of the president and he must believe in and advanced the president's agenda. it is not competition. you are not looking for a sycophant, but you are looking for someone who is going to advance your agenda. the president was elected by the people, specifically because he made promises about no forever wars, no nationbuilding, build a wall, domestic security and so forth. heather: who are some of the people you think would be in line with his vision? we have a list of four. tom cotton, patrick shanahan, acting defense secretary jack keane and general david petraeus. >> he is a great american and has a lot going on right now but his name comes up every time you start talking about this kind of
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thing because of his background and experience, jack keane, i served with both. general david petraeus and jack keane in the 82nd airborne division, both great americans, would do an excellent job. general keane said he does not want the job and has differences with the president on syria. heather: he has been vocal against syria. >> senator cotton is mostly in line with the president, not sure he wants to whittle away at his advantage in the senate even though there will probably be an appointment that is a republican to that position from arkansas. senator cotton would be a good choice, he is a young man who served in iraq as a captain and lieutenant, he would be a reasonable choice. shanahan is in the job of owning an executive, a career with boeing, he is with the defense
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industry so when you look at the criteria i laid out initially and look at who is on the rumored list, those are the people that come close to fitting those criteria. heather: he is not in a rush to name a replacement, something he did do is sent out a tweet about you saying general anthonytata, the president is making the right move in syria, those protesting withdrawal of troops from syria are the same geniuses who cooked the books on isis intelligence and gave rise to isis. you are in his favor. was this the position you would consider? >> i have a long history of public service and i would be honored to serve this president. i believe donald trump has a great agenda for america and has
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a foreign policy that is very effective and turned around a lot of negatives from the previous eight years and turned them into positive, we are more secure country today because of donald trump and it would be my privilege and honor to serve. of that phone call a came i would welcome it. heather: thank you for joining us, you have to promise to come back if you do take the position. you have the experience worthy of it. thank you so much. have a good day. the time is 18 after the top of the hour. a shocking video showing a teenager trying to run down a police officer as a tax on the badge skyrocket nationwide. how bad the war on police was this year. we will tell you. donald trump is ready for liftoff but will democrats ground the space force once they take over the house? or next guest says that would be a mistake. ♪
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vetoed the bill calling it unconstitutional. the statehouse voted to override the veto but the senate did not. donald trump continuing a push with the 6 military brush to protect our space assets. >> space force. space force. >> all about space force. space is a very big factor in the trump administration. you have the space force. heather: with a lame-duck session in congress will donald trump's space force become a reality? 25 year air force veteran, thank you for joining us. >> good morning. heather: it was reported the pentagon would house the space force under the permit of the air force. is the plan in jeopardy with the lame-duck session of congress?
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>> in question. congress established the need for any of this and was a bipartisan effort two years ago that basically told the department of defense analyzing what we need to ensure our dominance in space and we are looking at it to phased approach, the president, the permit of the fence executing the first phase of that, the first steps in that and it will be up to congress to chamber the sixth service since fans when they do that. heather: what is happening in the first phase? >> it is four steps. the president announced we would establish a new combatant command called space command like centcom operates in the middle east him a this command will be in charge of all twee forces that operate among space command. that is the first step.
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second is to segment print forces within all the four different services that operate in space. he wanted to name that the space operational force and once the constitution goes into effect for the new service, those would be fortunate for it. probably the biggest step is space development agency which will acquire new systems to go into space. more prepared for warfare in space. heather: people talk about warfare in space, sound like a crazy movie, but it is potentially a problem. >> we are the most dominant
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force in space right now. we are really good at using the faculties we have in space right now but all those were designed during the period when we thought space would be a domain of peace and we can operate freely in it. it doesn't take much to read in the open source to find out chinese and russians aren't looking at that domain that way anymore and we are well behind them with regard to fighting and warfare in space and congress is seeing that and that is why we move forward with this initiative. heather: we will see what happens. hopefully it does move forward. time is 26 after the top of the hour. the media slamming donald trump for signing make america great again hat's for our troops. >> if they brought them or the president brought them, what commander allow that to happen? this is very much against military policy. todd: the white house press secretary sarah sanders just fired back. from the border to trade
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tensions with china to nancy pelosi, the democrats, there have been many political crises in washington this year. ned ryan joins us to talk about which ones will shape the new year when he joins us live next. ♪ ♪ the new capital one savor card. earn 4% cash back on dining and 4% on entertainment. now when you go out, you cash in. what's in your wallet? ..
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heather: half past the top of the hour. you are watching "fox and friends first". massive manhunt intensifying for an illegal immigrant accused of killing a california police officer. he was spotted on surveillance video moments before allegedly shooting police corporal singh during the traffic stop. donald trump calling for tougher border security the wake of the tragedy tweeting time to get tough on border security, build the wall. the department says they will do whatever it takes to find that suspect. >> he doesn't belong here.
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he is a criminal. we will find him, we will arrest him and we will bring him to justice. heather: hours before he was shot and killed his already christmas. just shot this picture with his wife and 5-month-old son. the 30-year-old was originally from fiji and he spent 7 years as an officer. a police officer is fighting for his life after suffering severe burns in a crash with a drunken driver. john daly is recovering from multiple surgeries, police say a truck plowed into his cop car on christmas eve causing it to flip over and burst into flames. his partner was injured but is out of the hospital. the suspect caesar palazzo faces 20 years in prison if convicted. the parents of that missing
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colorado mother coming face-to-face with their daughter's fiancé accused of killing her. patrick frasey walking in in shackles. he has not been seen since thanksgiving. that is when she mysteriously vanished. police believe she is no longer alive. frasey is due back in court on monday. israel bracing for more violence as palestinian terrorists threaten attacks on the gaza border. the hamas terror group promising to carry out test day after is really forces killed four palestinian protesters last week. palestinians ride on the israel gaza border every week in an ongoing dispute over land. 200 people have died the protest started in march. this was pretty eerie. and explosion at a power plant
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lights up the sky in new york city. officials say and equip and malfunction caused a transformer to blow up. no one was injured but this year he. glow was so bright over new york city it sparked fears, you can imagine, of an alien invasion. >> it was like independence day. a weird blue color you haven't seen, lighting up the clouds in the sky. heather: you have to look at the video, pictures, flights were grounded at laguardia airport due to power outages. no word what caused it. the trade war with china to the shutdown in washington, there are several political crises to define 2018. as we approach the new year how will they shape up in 2019? joining us, republican strategist and former speech writer for george w. bush, ned ryan. thanks for joining us, we love having you with us.
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we mentioned this once again in the headlines every day, the border wall. you expect that to continue? >> absolutely, obviously, it shut down the government this year and it will continue into next year and it is one of the big issues for donald trump. will he fight and get his wall and deal with reforming our immigration system? desperately needed. the question is are democrats going to budge? i'm not sure they are going to budge. this will be an ongoing debate, massive issue, trump needs to continue making the argument, he is for law and order, democrats are not, democrats prioritize noncitizens, it is interesting debate in 2019 in 2020. heather: interesting to see in terms of the debate in terms of what he will except in terms of money because he asked for $5 billion and there are talks of moving it to $2 billion. let's talk about democrats
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taking the house, january 3rd they take control. >> this is one of the biggest crises for donald from, democrats taking the house in 2018. within 24 hours of them taking the house back you will see the investigations start, subpoenas dart flying, adam schiff, maxine waters, jerry nadler, they cannot wait to go after trump and quite frankly the punishment trump is going to experience in 2090 will be brutal, one of the big stories of 2019 because he has the opposition party, the mainstream media cannot wait to run these stories that will be coming out of these committees so i think trump is in for a really rough year because of house being a democrat hands. heather: the it is so brutal i don't know how he does it every day. do you think democrats will hold off on the border wall until january 3rd? >> i think so. they are committed to resistance. they do not want to give donald trump a win on anything and it
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is about satisfying their base, the hard left has taken over the democratic party and they do not want the border wall. heather: we have seen it out, the roller coaster ride it has been on. the trade war with china, you expect that to continue? >> we saw right before christmas china started to blink a little bit, tariffs on 700 goods but this is the right fight for us. we have to understand china is coming forth, they want to displace us economically, this is about controlling technology of the future. this is the right fight for trump, who we are as a people 1015 or 20 years from now and we have to get china to agree to better trade deal, they have to stop stealing our intellectual property but on another front it is about hitting china's work with us on north korea and making sure we solve that problem as well. there's a lot of work to go and china has to play significant role as well. >> donald trump left open the door to meet with north korea in january so we will see if that happens.
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this ties into economics, that will continue as well. >> one of the things we've got to figure out, a lot of people are not happy with jerome powell. there are a couple things that have to happen. i would love to see mister powell resign. if he doesn't do that come together with the last rate hike and not nearly as aggressive on this coming into 2019. heather: going through our notes, what is happening for the day, he has opened the door to meeting with donald trump. we will see if that makes any difference. >> i saw that as well. heather: the the democrats in the far left agenda taking over. >> alexandria ocasio-cortez is one of the big stories. she's going to be a pain in nancy pelosi's side. you saw her show up at protests. this will be problematic for the
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democrats. she has a huge platform. it will be hard for democrats, especially when nancy pelosi and chuck schumer will be about resisting trump. i think the left will be pushing for that. alexandria ocasio-cortez will be there quite a bit. i think the hard left has taken over the party far more than people understand and you will see a far left candidate win the presidential nomination in 2020 because they have to swear fealty to the far left, their issues because of power and donor base, we start to see the tip of the iceberg and how much the left is taken over the democratic party. uma: left presidential candidate for the democrats, how do you think that will play? >> you are seeing elizabeth warren saying abolish ice, medicare for all, a myriad of
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issues they have to say they believe in to get through the primary and the things they have to do, they have gone so far left through the summer of 2020 they will have 3 months to bring it back to the center and i'm not sure they can accomplish that and even if donald from sitting there waiting for them on a lot of issues, he's going to tell them apart and say you have done all these things outside the mainstream of america i think it will be tough for them but i don't see how far left candidates, centrist candidate can win the nomination in 2020 because of the power of the left and grassroots and donor base. heather: you heard it here first, ned ryan, we love having you with us. the time is 20 minutes until the top of the hour and the markets closing on a high note after the wild roller coaster of the day we talked about on wall street. how are things shaping up today, the future, up next. ♪
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heather: welcome back. look at this terrifying video showing the moment a toddler is drawn from a father's motorcycle as the 3-year-old girl falling off and rolling through an intersection near her florida home. her father also falling off moments later trying to stop the bike. police say the girl started it after they got back from grocery shopping. the father rushing to pick her up after she had a wall, the girl taken to the hospital with severe head injury. she is expected to be okay. more shocking video out of florida. watch as this teenager tries to ram officers with a stolen car outside a restaurant, one of them jumping out of the way before officer shoots at the car. the vehicle then rammed into a poll before hitting a parked car. the 17-year-old driver died at the hospital, 3 officers are on administrative leave.
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foxbusiness alert, whiplash on wall street. stock futures are mixed after a wild week of trading. tracy carrasco from foxbusiness with what we can expect today. >> reporter: treading lightly on wall street today, futures give mixed signals overnight as the dow makes a huge comeback in late trading, rallying 260 points after facing steep losses earlier in the day, the s&p closing higher adding 21 points, the nasdaq ending on a solid note after rising 25 points amid a roller coaster week on wall street after the dow tanked 650 points on christmas eve before surging 1000 points, just marking the dow's single point gauge, all free markets breaking
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records after seeing their largest 1-day percentage gain since 2009. this could be due to cheap stocks and a slow news week as investors take advantage of the post christmas bargains on the trading floor. the record-breaking excitement and mixed futures should make for an interesting day on the trading floor. we will keep you updated as "the opening bell" rings in a few hours. heather: sounds exciting, two more trading days left in 2018. the time is 15 minutes until the top of the hour and healthcare is on the mind of a lot of voters. it was in 20 -- 2018 as well as donald trump. >> obamacare has to be replaced. obamacare is a disaster. it will be a repeal and replace. heather: how will that debate shape of next year? we debate up next. ♪ all right all right ♪ today is the day you're going to get motivated...
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>> the press secretary firing back, a surprise visit to iraq. the network posting article online claiming troops may have violated military rules by getting him aga have signed by the president, sarah sanders tweeting cnn will attack anyone who supports donald trump including the brave men and women of our military who fight every day to protect our freedom. a new poll is ranking america's most admired women in the first lady landing at the number 4 spot according to gallup. she finishes behind michelle obama who claimed the top spot from hillary clinton for the first time in 17 years, clinton dropped to third behind oprah. this has people talking on social media, pennies is not on
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her best day which we have never seen can she hold her candle to first lady milania trump and john post on instagram name any female fire, rescue, police officer, any female teacher making a difference. let's talk about healthcare, the top issue for voters with recent fox news polls showing 83% of voters are concerned will 2019 be the year republicans repeal and replace obamacare like they promised or will a divided congress derail reform yet again? here to debate, former national justice director for bernie sanders, thank you for joining us. we appreciate it. let's talk about this. senator joe manchin, he pitched donald trump on this bipartisan 6 that he is calling the trump repair care aimed at reducing
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premiums, stabilizing the market, based on a bipartisan agreement reached last year by senators lamar alexander and patty murray. what do you think of this? >> this is a bad idea. the whole idea of obamacare has been a failed social experiment. two significant development occurred in the last year. number one, donald trump refused to share cost-sharing reductions, defunding any repair to obamacare by shoring up the deficit it created by not having enough money in the system. this caused premiums to increase and deductibles are high too so you can't get any healthcare at all. not only are you paying more for healthcare but the whole cost of getting any services increased because deductibles are up. heather: the texas legislation
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determined the individual mandate was unconstitutional, basically obamacare is in a ditch and they need to get rid of it and start over. >> i was going to mention the ruling on december 14th. do you think they will get out of the ditch? >> he can pitch all day long but nobody is catching. at the end of the day this is a political move. it is unfortunate because it is hurting a lot of people. when i talk about healthcare i talk from a personal standpoint, a purpose and standpoint. 300 employees, had to shut down my business due to healthcare reform, lost we to parents, one while on the campaign trail. my mom didn't want to stay in the hospital, not to incur costs. and suspended a camping trip comport the plug. i don't say that for people to bring attention that this is a real issue so any democrat or republican who does not want to repair, how they do it how they fix it or anybody who put on hold for their own political agenda it saddens me and it is unfortunate.
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the same gains we see with the border wall holding that for political points is unheard -- hurting the american people. heather: we can agree on that. one of the things we were talking about when you look at this paul that shows donald trump handling healthcare 56% of people disapprove of it and 33% of it approve. what can he do to turn those numbers around, get congress to come to an agreement? >> he can get them to repeal and replace obamacare, with whatever system we had before because it is better than obamacare. the problem is premiums are so high it is putting an onerous burden on americans to pay the premiums each month and in combination you have such high deductibles that you have to pay for your healthcare so you are paying a lot of money for nothing, you're getting no healthcare. >> the idea that the individual
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mandate was a tax was obliterated by the tax reform act of 2017 and the texas judge recently ruled it was unconstitutional. this is the opportunity for congress to act. >> we all need healthcare. heather: this will be the second time the law would end up in the nation's highest court. the final word here. >> the bottom line is republicans had an opportunity to repeal and replace it when they had control of the house and senate and they did nothing. certainly democrats are going to give -- not that they are conservative healthcare can be fixed. we all agree needs to be fixed. will they play political games in 2019? breaking news, the answer is yes, they will play games, nothing will be done unfortunately. heather: heard it here. appreciate you both joining us, we will be right back. hey. i heard you're moving into a new apartment. yeah, it's pretty stressful. this music is supposed to relax me, though. ♪ maybe you'd mellow out a bit if you got geico to help you with your renters insurance.
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>> accomplish serving life without parole may get a second chance at freedom. he can appeal his conviction before the pennsylvania supreme court. in the 1981 murder of philadelphia police officer daniel falconer. is that appeal was rejected by the supreme court in 2012. is the judge ruled one of those justices should have accused himself are comments about the death penalty.
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the district attorney is reviewing the decision. this as we learned that officer deaths are on the rise, 144 state and local officers have died in the line of duty in 2018. according to a new report by the national law-enforcement officers memorial fund. compare that to 129 officers who died last year. the reports as most of those officers died in shootings or car crashes. it is time for the good, the bad and the ugly first the good. firefighters help a 104-year-old to get to a party. the rescuers assisting the woman down the stairs in new york city, brought her back up the stairs when the party was over. the bad, a cow jumping traffic on the way to the slaughterhouse, took an hour to wrangle the animal in new jersey and animal sanctuary picked her up, saving her life.
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the ugly, a man taking a rifle to the convenience store to complain about the high price of cigarettes. robert miller threatened the worker in florida but didn't hurt anyone. he was eventually arrested. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first," thank you for joining us, see you back here 9 to noon, "fox and friends first" continues right now. have a great weekend, goodbye. >> illegal immigration doesn't serve our community. officer singh is the poster child for why immigration works if done legally. jillian: friday, december 28th, an urgent manhunt ramping up across the sanctuary state of california, for illegal immigrants accused of killing a police officer. rob: that officer after fueling the demand for a border wall. jillian: as the shutdown his the one week mark will congress act? and instagram.


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