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researchers based on military and civic engagement. new hampshire, wyoming, vermont, the most patriotic state. that wraps up his hour of "fox and friends first". "fox and friends first" continues right now. goodbye. >> tuesday, june 25th, democrats control the house so why can't they secure money to help kids at the border? >> we are live in washington. >> a couple seconds of the 70 hours of footage from the jussie smollett case just released to the public. >> does it prove the so-called hate crime was a hoax and doesn't spell trouble for district attorney kim fox? >> pumpkin spice latte with no foam at 210 °.
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rob: pour yourself a cup of coffee. shannon: it could be the secret to your summer body. "fox and friends first" continues right now. >> it is a beautiful day in new york city. they are every day. >> kind of different. >> i would like to when they are in my favor.
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to inform you of what is being said. >> later in the hour. in the meantime good morning to you, you are watching "fox and friends first" tuesday morning. >> thanks for getting up early with us today, mexico now deploying 15,000 troops to stop this surge of migrants crossing the southern border. >> jenkins joins us from washington dc as the white house threatens to veto house democrats $4.6 billion emergency funding bill. >> good morning. this may be a surprise with congress is about to miss another important deadline. the house border supplemental is in trouble, house democratic leadership sources say they don't have votes to pass it. the members of the progressive that hispanic caucuses one provisions. the rules committee can't start voting. it is unclear whether they will get to it today. this as the white house issues a veto threat. the office of omb says it strongly opposes the bill in its current form writing this, house majority has put forward
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a partisan bill that under funds necessary accounts and seeks to take advantage of the current crisis by inserting policy provisions that would make our country less safe. the clock is ticking, the president given 2 weeks to get it done but congress has until thursday. nancy pelosi was in upstate new york weighing in on the president's threat of the portion rates. >> violation of status is not a reason for deportation. that is just not so. this is not america. we do not break up families because of the status violation. >> mexico isn't sitting idle. they are doing their efforts hardly the board with more troops. lewis sandoval announcing, quote, in the northern part of the country we have deployed a total of 15,000 troops compose of national guard elements and military units. us border patrol sources are seeing a reduction in the number of apprehensions on our
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board but too early to tell what that impact is. to date mexico says it has deported 15,000 migrants since december. the building behind me over my shoulder, i am not sure if they will get it done today. we will have to see. >> wisconsin congressman sean duffy calling out democrats for saying one thing about the credit migrant facilities but doing another when the time comes to cough up the cash to fix it. >> but stalling on a solution has been on the left's agenda since the beginning of this term. >> during the last at the republican said let's send more money to take care of the kids and democrats were in opposition to that but if you care about the kids, a bill in the house led by nancy pelosi to match up to send money to take care of kids who come here and have nowhere to send them. democrats control the house. they haven't sent a bill to the senate that takes care of these kids.
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they say there was a manufactured crisis, they refused to admit we have a flooded kids and adults coming to the border and haven't spent the money necessary to take care of kids a look at the conditions, they are horrible because -- >> border patrol apprehended 1000 unaccompanied minors at the southern border in may alone. a major jump from the rest of the fiscal year. >> our relationship with iran deteriorating even further, iran's opinion leaders is new sanctions of permanently closed the path to diplomacy. on twitter iran's foreign minister claiming donald trump's aids have a first for war. new hard-hitting sanctions after tehran shutdown and unmanned us drone in the gulf of oman next week. in a closer meeting the united nations security council condemned attacks on oil tankers in the persian gulf but did not single out iran for those attacks. instead they continue to urge an open dialogue between all parties.
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national security adviser john bolton says the us is still open to negotiating with iran. defense attorney for eddie gallagher expected to grill the lead forensic investigator, gallagher has pleaded not guilty to war crimes which include murdering and isis prisoner in iraq. pathologist testified the team could have died from a stabbing but he couldn't determine the cause of death because there was no evidence. last week a medic claimed he suffocated and killed the teen on the stand after gallagher had stabbed him. >> a north carolina man with violent, history facing murder charges for the death of a missouri cop. officials say makes was trying to cash a bad check in a market when he shot officer michael layingdorf in the neck. he had 17 years experience on the force but had only been with the department for 3 months. >> mike was an outstanding officer.
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in the short time department it has taken our young officers under his wing. when we first met, he said to me several times all i wanted to be was a police officer. and do police work. >> he leaves behind a fiancé and two kids. dominican officials blaming several mysterious deaths on preexisting health conditions and substance abuse. the nation's health minister claims perception drugs mixed with alcohol may have killed the maryland couple last month. a lawyer for the families call it, quote, absolutely ludicrous. the fbi is investigating. at least 12 american tourists have died in the dominican republic last summer. >> house democrats plan to subpoena kellyanne conway today. the house of a second he wants her to testify over violating the hatch act which banned
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administration officials from political speech. white house lawyers turned down the panel's initial testimony request saying the president can block staffers from appearing before congress. conway says she is being targeted. >> they did it. the us women's national team survived a world cup nailbiter. >> game on the line. you saw it right there, scoring the second goal on a penalty kick leading the us to a 2-1 win over spain. >> going on to take france, the home team, the winner go home quarterfinal game at 3:00 this friday on fox, secondary market being sold for $11,000. >> maybe we should go over there but i don't know if we can pay that. maybe not a good idea.
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janice, how are you? >> a little champagne. janice would have fun. >> i'm thinking about it. in my dreams. we have severe weather to talk about, serious weather, tornadoes in west virginia and texas and reports of hail and damaging winds, quite a few of those, the threat today exists in the midwest and the central plains down towards the gulf coast, large hail damaging winds, isolated tornadoes and heavy rainfall with some of these showers and thunderstorms. here's today. also the potential for showers and thunderstorms in new york across the northeast and then things should start to clear out. it will not feel as human across some of these areas. there is the gfs model in terms of precipitation, not too bad. not like we've seen in the past couple weeks with inches and inches and inches of rain, things will start to quiet down and there is a look at your
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forecast for much of the country today. we will get through these showers in new york and i am still thinking about france and the champagne. 82 ° in new york and the potential for showers and thunderstorms was otherwise things will calm down. which is good news. rob: summertime weather. jillian: the latino community has seen hundreds of thousands of new jobs, wages through the roof. what will their support look like in 2020? our next guest says securing the border will be vital. rob: check out this little girl, incredible performance of the star-spangled banner that will blow you away, stay tuned. ♪ over of the ramparts we
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>> welcome back. mike pence kicking off the latinos for trump campaign in florida. >> it will launch in miami just one day before democrats are set to take the stage for their debates. >> how has the latino community thrived under the trump administration? jason johnson joins us, thank you for your time. this is going to be a nationwide initiative kicking off in florida. how important is florida? >> florida has been a swing state, almost impossible for anyone to win the white house without winning florida but especially true for republicans and will be a key battleground state in 2020 for donald trump's reelection. rob: the economy one of the biggest drivers and election. look at how it is doing in
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florida under donald trump when you talk about latinos prospering in florida, 435,000 new jobs, a massive number. historic lows in an employment, 4.4% late last year, that is a good number and median income which is a really important number raising to a ties level ever, he should get better support than 2016? >> you would think so. think about this. in november 2016 when he won florida the exit polls showed the president got 35% of the hispanic vote. at that time hispanic unemployment was 5.7%. we now have record level low unemployment for the hispanic community and the immigration issue, border security. if you are a hispanic voter in the state of florida or anywhere are you surprised the president has done what he said he would do?
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not as if he said i'm going to grant amnesty for illegal immigrants. he came into office, met the expectations so i don't think that will be an issue for him either. >> look at the numbers here whether people approve or disapprove of the way the president is handling his job among hispanics and as you can see 28% approve in august 2018, that went up 36% in june 2019, the bureau has numbers out for the 2018 midterm election saying hispanic turnout went up from 13.4 points from the 2014 midterms to 40.4 the 2018, a huge jump. that could go in either direction. people have to be careful on both sides. >> mike pence kicking off the latinos for trump in the state of florida but if you look at those approval numbers, 39%, that tracks with the percentage of hispanic vote he got in 2016.
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it is true most people believe in 2020 hispanics will overtake african-americans as the second largest voting bloc so it is a critical very important vote for the president, important for everyone running for reelection. the president has not fallen for this trap that there is no way to win hispanic votes if you believe in border security. >> doesn't surprise you he pulled the same numbers we've seen from republicans for the past 20 years? >> actually doesn't. one of the greatest myths political consultants have sold republican politicians is that it is impossible to win support for hispanics if you take a hard line on border security. it is not true. the polling has never supported that. this is ally purported by business interests throughout the year and it became republican dogma.
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the president was smart to stick to his guns and it just so happens polling data support him and i think he will be rewarded come 2020. >> thank you for being here. >> bill diblasio, the mayor of new york, needs a serious primary boost for this won't help, text messages about tinder getting roasted. shannon: believe it or not, this is the latest men's where trend. i think rob started this one, driving the internet crazy. carly shimkus says no way and joined us for both of these stories. ♪ ♪ hoo
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hey! i live on my own now! i've got xfinity, because i like to live life in the fast lane. unlike my parents. you rambling about xfinity again? you're so cute when you get excited... anyways... i've got their app right here, i can troubleshoot. i can schedule a time for them to call me back, it's great! you have our number programmed in? ya i don't even know your phone anymore... excuse me?! what? i don't know your phone number. aw well. he doesn't know our phone number! you have our fax number, obviously... today's xfinity service. simple. easy. awesome. i'll pass. rob: mayor of new york city build a block your catching
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heat online for staged text messages with his son. jillian: carly shimkus here with the drama online. carley: so many questions but this is getting a lot of attention on social media. the first round of democratic debates, bill diblasio posted a what's apps conversation he had with his 20 when-year-old sundown day saying he is a little nervous about the debates and was asking if he had any advice for him so his son responded saying this. hey, dad. i am glad you asked. i have a few ideas. first of all you want to establish credibility especially among skeptical young voters, tell the story of how you met mom, we've it into a reflection of how hard it is to find the one on tinder. he jokingly said enter the
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debate stage like an nda player and suggest bringing puppies with him as well but ultimately tells dad not to overthink it, talk about his abolishment and treat his opponents with respect so diblasio captioned that conversation thing lucky to have talented debater done today diblasio helping me get ready for wednesday. them on social media saying this appears a little bit staged including sam who tweets this is so uncomfortable. jenny china and saying which person on your campaign took his phone? we report, you decide. that is what is out there. jillian: i like the puppies idea. carley: puppies are great idea. live reading of the mueller report. over a dozen celebrities took part in this live reading of the mueller report, the star-studded lineup includes people like annette benning,
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alyssa milano and star trek actor zachary quinto. >> acts of obstruction. >> the president took no act that deprived the special counsel of adopting witnesses necessary to complete his investigation. >> some people came to a different conclusion like attorney general william barr. >> the 207,000 people watched a live stream of this performance on facebook but not everyone is biting. every says i wonder if there was collusion in this one and another twitter user china and saying can't imagine hating someone so much that it influences my career choices. alyssa milano tweeted about it ahead of the performance suggesting donald trump tune in. something tells me he probably didn't. rob: hollywood needed some attention. minute shorts are a big hit. carley: designed by you. just joking. but if you are interested in an area or look this summer
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company called hologram city is got you covered. they are selling shorts and a snappy matching shirt. they have been out since 2017 but are making the rounds on social media. a lot of people could be rocking them this year. not everybody on board. ben shapiro tweeting now. it will fit you back $42. if you need something in a bind this could be it. rob: of course it is made in la. the ugliest thing i have ever seen. >> if you have the size, why not? just joking. rob: even if i didn't bloom. jillian: $1.6 trillion in student loan debt just wiped away. >> under the proposal we introduced today all student desk would be canceled in 6 months.
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jillian: a look at top headline study with new us sanctions, permanently closed the path to diplomacy after the message from iran's supreme leader telling local media the trump administration is destroying mechanisms for maintaining world peace. john bolton says the us is still open to negotiations with mexico is deploying 15,000 troops to stop the surge of
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migrants over the southern border as the house could vote today on a $4.6 billion emergency funding bill, getting pushed back by members of the hispanic caucus who are demanding provisions before the back of the bill. donald trump will present the medal of honor to the former army staff sergeant becoming the first living iraq war veteran to receive the nation's highest military honor for valor. he rescued his entire squad after being pinned down by enemy fire in 2004. hundreds of new files and videos just released in the jussie smollett case. body cam video shows the former empire actor was a blurred face and rope hanging around his neck. moments after reporting the alleged hate crime. ray bogan gives a fresh look to the investigation. >> chicago police releasing hundreds of files in 70 hours of body cam footage from the
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investigation into jussie smollett's claim he was the target of a racial and homophobic attack in january. reports later determines were a hoax. responding to a 911 call police arrive at his apartment building and let us stare at his creative director when officers enter his apartment, body cam video shows the 37-year-old whose face is blurred with a white rope around his neck which he claimed was looped over his head during the attack. >> as he is removing the rupee tells investigators the people responsible poured bleach on him. then you hear the encounter is being recorded. and it stopped. other releases show surveillance video camera footage gathered by police as they try to piece together the alleged hate crime including airport rest of two brothers who took part in what police say was a staged incident.
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small it was later arrested on 16 counts of lying to police but prosecutors dropped the charges against him. a judge appointed a special prosecutor to determine if new charges could be brought against the actor. >> bernie sanders found to wipe out nearly $1.6 trillion in student debt if elected president. >> should not be punishing people for getting a higher education. it is time to hit the reset button. under the proposal introduced today all student debt would be canceled in 6 months. rob: most economists say it isn't that simple, old business media center, how to break down why this won't work. the plan, tax wall street. >> this is an old tire plant
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introduced in france and italy and didn't work out so well. there are two problems with financial transactions, one is they don't raise enough revenue and they distort markets and stock market is one of the bright spot in our economy and regular people invest most of our savings, if you are in a union in a rust belt state it is likely your savings are in the stock market and the problem becomes if you start distorting these markets not just the rich that pay, we also pay. there are a bunch of academic papers, financial transaction, lower liquidity raised volatility and don't raise the money we need for this plan and in 6 months, raised the money over 10 years so most likely that some of money would be borrowed.
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this covers future debt as pertains to public education but not private education. pressing the reset button to kick the can down the road. rob: the average college student gets $30,000 in debt, 20,800, and as we said, $1.6 trillion in total outstanding debt, there is a lot of animosity towards wall street. after the market crashed easy to see why an idea like this gets traction. >> this is one of the things i keep returning to but we depend on wall street and it is hard to walk away that. we were angry when we bailed out the banks but bailing out student loans sounds like a great idea but it is harder to do. >> we do have a problem. it costs too much to go to college but is this the same as healthcare? should they be focusing on making the cost of education,
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the cost of healthcare lower rather than handing it out to everybody? >> if you want to make something expensive, make it free, that is the case with healthcare and education. here's the problem. we have a blank check not only for students but institutions with 0 accountability and supposedly you are supposed to get a job but that is not how it plays out as we learned over and over again even in our own families. time to hold institutions accountable for their outcomes, address the problem rather than the symptom of the problem which is student loans. rob: we appreciate it. jillian: the us holocaust museum versus alexandria ocasio cortez. with revered institutions that about her concentration camp comments and how does gavin newsom feel about republican voters? >> here is the real story.
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the republican party was blocked off of third-party status. >> wait until you hear why he thinks the republican party as a whole isn't falling off a cliff but the map too. we will tell you about it when we come back. summer's not the time for making bucket lists bookers know summer is for booking it like booking a beachside resort, and ordering two more tacos than you need to. check. showing the deep end who's boss! check. starting a scooter gang with the fam. check. "awesome" bookers know summer won't last forever. "you're gonna thank me" so be a booker at the world's number one choice for booking accomodations.
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you know those butterflies aren't actually in the room? hey, that baker lady's on tv again.
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she's not a baker. she wears that apron to sell insurance. nobody knows why. she's the progressive insurance lady. they cover pets if your owner gets into a car accident. covers us with what? you got me. [ scoffs ] she's an insurance lady. and i suppose this baker sells insurance, too? progressive protects your pets like you do. you can see "the secret life of pets 2" only in theaters. >> relatives of missing mom slamming the suggestion she may have staged her own disappears, family spokesperson criticizing her estranged husband's attorney for comparing a manuscript in 2002 to the film gone girl. evidence shows she was the victim of a violent attack. her husband facing charges in
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jennifer's disappearance was her body has never been found. >> the us holocaust museum denouncing alexandria ocasio cortez's controversial remarks about migrant detention centers. >> the united states is running concentration camps on the southern border and that is exactly what they are. jillian: the museum says it, quote, unequivocally reject efforts to create analogies between the holocaust and other events, whether historical or contemporary. joe biden introducing an immigration plan days before the first democratic debate. in an op-ed before the miami herald the front runner saying all kids brought into the country illegally as children should be granted citizenship immediately. there are 800 so-called dreamers living in the state. and approve border screening procedures. he does not address the 11 million immigrants living in
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the country illegally right now. rob: treasury department watchdog investigating why it's taking so long to redesign a $20 bill. it would replace andrew jackson's picture with former slave and abolitionist harriet tubman. steve mnuchin delayed the design last month saying the $10 and $50 bill need to be changed for security reasons. jillian: do you ever feel you can never escape work when it is time to leave? >> hello, peter. what's happening? i'm going to need you to go ahead and come in tomorrow. rob: perfect theme for this story. a new study says the extra time could be affecting your health. researchers at the american heart association found long work hours can increase your risk of a stroke by 45%.
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jillian: long hours is defined as working more than 10 hours a day for at least 50 days of the year. rob: the people that produce this newscast are probably sweating a little bit right now. your coffee won't just keep you awake for those long days at work, could also help you lose weight. jillian: researchers in the uk say coffee helps stimulate brown fat reserve which kicks calorie burning into high gear. rob: scientists haven't pinpointed what part of the brew is to blame for this. >> there is a study every day. children around the country being punished for their entrepreneurial spirit. >> around the country kids are getting busted for running lemonade stands. jillian: we told you about a number of these stories. that will change because country time joins us next with americans summer businesses.
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rob: what is coming up? losing weight over there? >> i don't have to suck my got in anymore. >> swimsuit weather right around the corner. >> i missed that story. coming up, those ice raids from mike morgan from border patrol and judge andrew napolitano reporting for duty. supreme court ruling coming down and lawrence jones as well. they are called the runaway republicans. 11 republican lawmakers in the state of oregon have stormed out of town because they didn't want to vote on climate change. one of them is going to join us live because the governor has
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dispatched the state police to track them down. where are they? we know where one is. on the show. jillian: the fat burning away. rob: better than the treadmill. 100%. we will be right back. uh-oh, looks like someone's still nervous about buying a new house. is it that obvious? yes it is. you know, maybe you'd worry less if you got geico to help with your homeowners insurance.
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rob: california schools could be banned from championships to compensate college athletes doesn't get dropped. it will be the center of a discussion at a statehouse hearing. the ncaa is threatening post season bands for a flooded program since their rules for
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bid paying athletes according to usa today. if the bill advances it will be approved by july 11th to stay alive. taxpayers shelling out $11 million to house the homeless in san diego, that goes towards building 3 elaborate facilities like this massive tend through next year. san diego's mayor side often city council approved plan in hopes of tackling the crippling homeless problem, san diego has the fourth highest population program in the us. jillian: it is that time of year when young entrepreneurs and their lemonade stands are up and running. what happens when permit laws get in the way? >> around the country kids are getting busted for running lemonade stands. >> lemonade stand -- >> it was unfair. >> if you have a problem with your lemonade stand, officers are ready to take a stand for you.
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>> taste like justice. jillian: kids being told they can't have their lemonade stands, they've got close up shop but country time is helping them turn the lemons into lemonade and this morning general manager joins us live to explain. good morning. thank you for being here. we talked several times over the last year where kids have to close their stands because they don't have a permit. why did country time want to get involved? >> country time is a supporter of kids running lemonade stands. this is important to our brand and we picked up on this story of a kid getting shut down and couldn't believe it. we did more digging and numerous stories of this happening is unbelievable to be honest. >> a number of examples in my hand, albany, new york, a
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7-year-old lemonade stand, a 7-year-old and his brother, there is a shutdown, in newport, rhode island, children's lemonade stand shutdown and that's just 3 examples i have in my hand. there are 15 states where it is legal to have a lemonade stand without a permit. all those things, back to our favorite childhood memories, i am sure we have all done it where you have a lemonade stand in the neighborhood, a fun childhood thing to do. >> a right of passage to be honest and the values kids pick up from doing it from hard earned saving up for something they want to have, hard-earned dollars, putting on their entrepreneurial hat for the first time is all good. >> teaches you a lot of things at that young age. what is country time doing specifically? you will be paying for some of the tickets these kids get?
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>> this time last year we launched legal aid to finally take a stand in kids running legal aid stands. it is a fun but dedicated towards paying for kids fees and fines on lemonade stand. it is something when we launched it has gotten unbelievably positive response so we want to take it a step further in helping eliminate it across all 50 states. >> they just have to upload a picture of the permit or the fine and then receive that refund up to $300. >> and ron lemonade stands. >> people younger than 10 years old trying to have some fun in the neighborhood so thank you for doing this and appreciate it. >> thanks for having me. >> have a good day. lemonade stand.
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>> it is beyond ridiculous. >> in the country time -- >> good stuff. 51 minutes after the hour. protesters plans to burn the american flag, the president's biggest and most patriotic celebration to date, why they are demonstrating in 4 july. >> steak smothered in onions, pasta with extra garlic. >> are you guilty of this? agreeing to a date for the free meal? you are not the only one. we will explain. ♪ ♪
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>> look at the white house on the east coast. protesters planning to burn the american flag on the fourth of july. the revolutionary communist party senior burning a flag in 2016 at the rnc convention. sparks fly is the president's for of america in washington, joey johnson telling the
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washington examiner, quote, i am going to be there in dc and that ragged vampire depression is going to burn. cleveland, ohio, the city agreed to pay johnson $225,000 after he sued the city for arresting him for burning the flag in 2016. jillian: the governor of california's bold prediction about the republican party, democrat gavin newsom thinks it will devolve into a third party within 15 years because of hyper masculinity and the no phobia. >> the republican party, third-party status, exactly what donald trump is doing and mitch mcconnell is completely complicit. they don't even know what is about to hit them. i am sympathetic to what they are about to experience which is a profound divide. they are finished.
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jillian: pretty stoking fear. your responses have been pouring in all morning long. rob: not drift democrats have their way there will be only one party, the socialist party. jillian: on facebook michael posting they have proven their allegiance is only to the rich and influential corporations and the people are tired of being ignored. rob: i am a californian and shake my head and how he got elected. rob: a young girl wows the crowd with the national anthem. ♪ the land of the free ♪ and the home of the brave ♪ rob: pretty good voice.
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marley performing at a little league championship game in california. jillian: she has quite a future at of her. next the bad, sylvester stallone fans slam the star for charging more than a grand for selfy, it costs up to $1081. we took a selfy. i would have charged that. rob: the ugly. call it a foody call. women may be dating to get free food. >> i will have the steak smothered in onions, ribs, pasta with extra garlic, french fries and a side of onion rings. rob: a new survey shows one third of women admit to so-called plate for played to
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try a hot new restaurant without having to pick up the tab. jillian: i don't know of anyone who would do that. you have to defend that our or two engaging in conversation. ♪ >> at the clock they got out just in time in the big town of new york city . welcome come up. one is off now you're five months in. >> i'm feeling good. a nugget rumbling but that's okay it keeps me on my toes an you have something to say. weigh in the administration. >> you know it is a he?


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