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foremost in this country, silver shining city on the hill. happy independence day and see you next week. >> welcome to fox news at night. we begin with a fox news alert, the president considering something with more teeth when it comes to getting a citizenship question on the 2020 census. 2020 democratic presidential hopefuls kamala harris and joe biden fight over school busing. more on their war of words later and southern california dealing with aftershocks following a magnitude 6.4 earthquake this morning. we take you there live but we start with donald trump's fourth of july celebration. despite democratic concerns the
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president would be politicizing america's birthday, donald trump had a unity message. live at the national mall. >> reporter: the salute to america event was a chance for the president of the public to pay attention not only to america's military but american history and american innovation. the weather was not awful, it was down pouring earlier today at 3:30, 4:00, we weren't sure what was going to happen but just as the president was taking the stage we saw the rain turned lighter, crowds were ready to show their support for the country. a brief clip of the president's most talked about moment. >> 243 years ago our founding fathers pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to declare independence
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and defend our god-given rights. we are going to be back on the moon very soon and someday soon we will plant the american flag on mars. our soldiers have always pointed toward home proclaiming this we will defend, they live by the creed of douglas macarthur, in order there is no substitute for victory. they are the greatest soldiers on earth. >> following the president's remarks we saw an impressive flyover on the national mall which each of the service branches being represented but if you are in aviation military and this would be the place to be because we all sorts of helicopters from the coast guard and marines and the presidential 747 commonly referred to as air force one when the president is on board, that did flyover on
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the national mall. you wouldn't believe the cell phone cameras to capture every minute of this flyover and as i mentioned all of this happened while the weather was somewhat cooperative during the program itself. we saw the vice president as well as first lady milania trump, donald trump supporters out there as well but a number of people said they were impressed the speech was focused not on politics but on american history and american innovation and where the country would get from here as we celebrate this fourth of july. >> the precision between earmarks and the flyovers was really something. one of donald trump's republican critics is bailing out on the party. >> we did see some political news on this holiday weekend from justin amarshall announced he was going to be leaving the republican party and going to be an independent. he put out an op-ed. i will review a brief part of it which is a quote. with little genuine debate on
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policy happening party leaders distracted and divide the public by exploiting wage issues and waging pointless messaging war but donald trump wanted to make sure he got his $0.02 in over his departure from the gop, the president put out a suite in which he called him dumb, disloyal, the president making it very clear that he is okay with him deciding to leave the republican party, the only house republicans that publicly call for the president's impeachment. we saw some politics today, the president -- he did not stick around for the politics, he went to the white house after the event and tomorrow he will be heading north to his new jersey golf club with the rest of the weekend. >> mark meredith on the national mall, thanks a lot. reports that donald trump is mulling executive order to get a citizenship question on the 2020 census as the president is publicly doubling down on the push so important for our
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country that the very simple and basic are you a citizen of the united states question be allowed to be asked in the 2020 census he tweeted earlier today. donald trump's military theme july 4th event bringing intense partisan school need to a celebration of america's birthday that is normally free of controversy. let's bring in former staff ron bernie sanders presidential campaign desmond figaro and watchmen correspondent for reaction, great to have you both. critics like eugene robinson washington post sounded the alarm. take a listen and i will ask both of you to weigh in. >> it's not a political day. it today for patriotism. to make it into what seems to be a combination trump rally and
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kim jong un style military parade of hardware and equipment with sherman tanks which is ridiculous, the last sherman tank was put out of service in 1957, but it is just seen. >> were those concerns overblown? >> those concerns were overblown especially now that we've seen these events transpire. the speech was entirely apolitical. we saw a few things on the national mall, flyovers were generally well received. i was on the streets of washington, not the most republican or trump friendly city, everybody seemed to be having a good time. and of the trump rally fears really came to pass, there were no shots at the political contenders. all around it was a pretty patriotic day and some of the president's critics looked pretty foolish. >> what are your thoughts after seeing the salute to america celebration? >> i'm an air force veteran so
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this was a real challenge. i was in them 60 goner. to save the machinery their didn't belong are people not familiar with the military. really embarrassing. so saddened this has turned into something so ugly, something my grandfather fought for in the korean and vietnam war. i get it democrats don't like trump, fine, you have an opportunity to put him out of office in 2020 but to politicize this and make it such an ugly horrible day i found really disheartening just all around disheartening. >> i was speaking to a colleague, a veteran who spoke about potential recruiting benefits of today's event, seeing the military precision and firepower. what do you think of that. >> sure. certainly an opportunity for people to say that but because you saw such negative remarks, even though every city in this country has invested in some type of celebration, what is the difference from having a
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celebration in dc as well? very disappointed in every one for making this such a political event, trump decided to celebrate america, even if you disagree with donald trump this is a day we should come together. >> do you think kids watching on the national mall or on fox news may decide i want to be part of that american military? >> i sure hope so and i felt a lot of regrets for not doing it myself especially those other planes that were flying over, and incredible thing to witness, the angels as they left the skies, every american thought what an incredible sight. a great point here, said to see this politicized. >> political news and they. republican justin amash the only republicans call for impeachment proceedings leaving the republican party. >> i don't know what the
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breaking news is. political parties have been a mess for a while. i left the democrat party in 2012 because of this, the reason trump was able to win because people are sick of the political partisanship so i don't know his reasons. the personally, he feels it is being politicized but welcome to the independent party, there should be more independents:everyone should be a democrat or republican. i don't know why he's taking this particular messaging route. i will say there are plenty of democrats like myself who left the party and became independent. >> do you think this is the stage to launch a presidential run as an independent? >> a presidential run would be more viable than a congressional run in that seat. he said himself that running in michigan on an independent or third-party ticket is extremely difficult, the way the ballot is set up. it demonstrates if you're going
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to go against the president of the modern gop, especially calling for impeachment on something like the mueller report that you don't have a place in the republican party in 2019. >> thanks so much for your time. presidential hopeful kamala harris under fire tonight for less rocksolid stance on school busing, hot button issue as the california democrat and former vice president bring their debate stage fight iowa. here is more. >> happy fourth, almost 2 dozen candidates, each one looking for a breakout moment. kamala perez had hers at the debate one week ago tonight but right now joe biden continuing to push forward. joe biden feeling confident in iowa this independence day, confident one week to the day after this tends exchange on the debate stage with senator kamala harris.
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>> do you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing in america? do you agree? >> i did not oppose busing in america. what i opposed was busing ordered by the department of education. that is what i those. >> harris has said desegregation busing should be mandated but this week she used the word considered, more in line with biden's position. >> busing is one among many that should be considered. it is a very current issue of desegregation. >> david axelrod noted harris's change in rhetoric tweeting it sounds like kamala harris is now taking something more like the joe biden position on school busing. what was the whole thing of the debate about? harris criticized biden at the debate for his comments about working with segregationists in the senate. she is also in iowa this july 4th. >> that was the subject of conversation for days on end. if he and his team weren't prepared for the topics i don't know what to say about that.
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>> biden admits the confrontation caught him offguard. other 2020 candidates are staying far away from the feud hoping to focus on beating donald trump. >> a public forum last week and haven't reached a resolution. this is one way folks talk about it so i'm running for president. >> a little before, biden, harris and other candidates on the debate stage and in detroit, july 30, 31st, the election 16 months away. a long time. those debates continue and arguments -- >> senator warren in washington cut it out. >> stand back and be an observer on the sidelines. fox news alert, shaky start to the fourth of july for southern california resident. a magnitude 6.4 earthquake rattled the region. jeff paul is live in ridgecrest, california with the damage. >> reporter: we are starting to
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get a better idea how this pelvic earthquake impacted this community, the town not able to sleep inside tonight after a fire damaged a good portion of his property. fires just like this one started shortly after the earthquake erupted and they say the cause might be related to ruptured gas lines. this happened shortly after 10:00 :00 am. it was from the pacific coast to las vegas, nevada and only reports of minor injury, forced to evacuate after it suffered heavy damages. the concern moving forward on the aftershocks, 80 have been felt, there could be a stronger earthquake in the coming days. >> we are sitting here with these aftershocks. is there a high percentage? unknown.
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unlike a fire or flood, we can predict that. with a flood we know where the water is going. with this we cannot predict. >> officials are warning folks they could continue to fuel those aftershocks in the coming days. during the press conference, fire officials and police officers tried to give an update and that is a big reason why the mayor says they declared a state of emergency. >> hopefully a peaceful night for folks in southern california, thanks so much. there is no holiday break for diplomacy, north korea's detention of australian student at the trump administration as maximum pressure campaign on iran on the other side. guess what?
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>> mike: an australian student who disappeared in north korea last week has been released from detention. senior foreign affairs correspondent greg palkot has the story >> in australian student who disappeared in north korea last week has been released from detention. senior foreign affairs correspondent greg powell caught has that story tonight. >> alex signally in beijing after a week in detention and north korea. >> i am okay. i am good. i am very good. >> the how do you feel? >> great. >> he went missing. australia was assisted by swedish diplomats in the north korean capital. >> this outcome demonstrates the value of discrete behind-the-scenes work with officials in resolving complex and sensitive cases in close partnership with other governments. >> why did north korea detain them? he was sitting at a university, ran in agency, and social media sites friendly to pyongyang. >> i'm sure that in the coming
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days we will find out what has transpired. >> it could be this is just what north korea does. otto warmbier detained by the more than 2016 is one of many held by pyongyang. he died from brain damage incurred during detention. he was a political distraction. this happened just before the g 20 summit in japan. australia is a close ally of the us and donald trump. finally, kim jong un of the into sunday, still being praised. >> we could say the us and north korea declared and action, end hostile relations in the start of an era of peace. >> the racine of chairman kim did blast the us wednesday for being hell-bent on hostile actss. you and sanctions against the north. australian is back in japan
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reunited with his wife. the reason for his direction and the direction of diplomacy with washington and pyongyang. >> thanks very much. authorities in gibraltar say they intercepted an iranian supertake a believe to be breaching european union sanctions by curing a shipment tehran's crude oil to war-ravaged syria. tray yanks has the latest tonight. >> british marines intercepted an iranian oil tanker today reportedly headed to syria. the vessel (months ago and was spotted in mid-april off the coast of south africa. authorities in spain say a police patrol seized the ship near the strait of gibraltar. >> a demand by the united states, the united kingdom and we are looking for how it
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affects our sovereignty because it happened in spanish waters. >> iranian authorities 7 and britain's ambassador in what the country is calling an illegal seizure. this comes as iran says it is days away from enriching uranium, the nuclear deal threshold, violation of the agreement. iranian president rouhani is giving european participants in the deal until sunday to come up with a solution to the economic problems before iran take steps to further unravel the 2015 plan. >> from july 7th our level of uranium enrichment will no longer remain at 3.67 level. we will put this commitment to one side and whatever level we deem is essential for us to a level that we need. >> the enrichment level increase would be the second breach of the iran nuclear deal. earlier this week the iranian surpass the uranium stockpile and it laid out in the plan. the united states is no longer a party to the agreement after pulling out last year and reimposing sanctions on iran the trump administration continues to demand leadership in tehran
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comply with the deal. european countries including france, germany and britain still participating agreement are faced with a decision about how to respond to iran's plans to break another term of the agreement. >> to refrain from actions that would undermine the nuclear agreement. >> iranian's want to show the world they have the tools and the bargaining chips to pressure europe and the united states to renegotiate the terms of the nuclear agreement. >> british singer josh stone telling fans on social media today that iranian authorities detained and deported her, so it was on a 5 your quest to perform in every country in the world said iranian authorities believe she would be plan on sanctions concerts. it is illegal for female musicians to perform in public in iran.
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>> mike: russian president vladimir putin met >> russian president vladimir putin met with pope francis for substantive talks. senior foreign affairs correspondent amy kellogg tells us about it tonight from rome. >> reporter: a lot of love here for vladimir putin. some say italians respect a strong man. relations with russia and before that the soviet union were always -- that special relationship continues even if vladimir putin has a habit of keeping the pope waiting and kept him waiting an hour today. this is the third meeting with pope francis who spoke to the
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pope about venezuela, ukraine and syria and russia has agreed to step up its cooperation in scientific research with the vatican pediatric hospital. the rest of the day was full of high-level meeting celebrating and strengthening ties between the countries. the prime minister has been an advocate for inviting russia back into what was the g8 before russia's annexation of crimea and italy is clear it is not happy to lose trading opportunities as a result of the sanctions and it is encouraging trade with russia everywhere can. russia hopes italy can normalize relations with europe again. >> it is not just up to russia. we are ready to do our part as long as artificial obstacles are not put up. they are a process. we are national partners geographically. >> some europeans may take issue with the last bit given vladimir putin said that. today was all about italy and russia. and some interviews he gave before the trip head it was asked about the united states
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when he said russia is able to have that conversation on strategic issues and he mentioned that to donald trump at the g 20 last week. >> thanks very much. a culture clash at the vatican. let's start with former cia station chief daniel hoffman. great to have you. what is your reader vladimir putin visiting the pope? >> an opportunity for vladimir putin to play a role on the world stage, he is seeking to light of the european union, he sees the opportunity with a country that has traditionally had better relations with russia in contrast to germany for example and i think vladimir putin sees that as an opportunity to break european efforts to maintain those sanctions. >> it others in your be anxious by this outreach? >> you should always be concerned about vladimir putin
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traveling overseas and making these efforts. there is an underlying bit of tension between russia and italy. they are competing for competing views of christianity. vladimir putin has held the 15th-century view that russia is the third rome, the spiritual center of christianity. i haven't seen as much press play but i wonder if those concerned about vladimir's visit might raise it. >> iran so the british ambassador to complain about what iranian's maintain is illegal seizure. is tehran just embarrassed? >> an interesting case because british marines seized the oil tanker with a panamanian flag registered to a company in singapore so the iranian's were certainly trying to mask the ship's origin but we found them
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out and the european union is saying this is a violation of the sanctions regime toward syria but for iran that is a distinction without a difference and this was a good step by the europeans for sure. >> the iranian said they will only agree to talks with the united states if donald trump lifts sanctions. does that mean no talks anytime soon? >> we are reaching kind of a seminal moment and the iranian's are not hiding the fact they are stockpiling low grade uranium beyond levels allowed by the iran nuclear deal or the fact they intend to enrich uranium to weapons grade levels and oversee sanctions relief. they want the united states to get back in and negotiate but iran's terms which is why they mounted operations in the persian gulf and seized this opportunity for nuclear blackmail but the united states has held firm we are not interested in going back to the iran nuclear deal, we will not release sanctions, we are open
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to negotiating without preconditions but sanctions will hold. >> the deadline is something to watch. >> to see how we respond will be interesting. it is all reversible. the iranian's may start to enrich uranium to weapons grade levels if they choose. >> north korea's leader talking to donald trump but the regime's behavior is unusual, the us is hell-bent on hostile actss. what do you make of that? >> the president risked a bit of political capital there and tried to use the relationship he built with kim jong un over the past year with summit in singapore and hanoi to hold a political -- politically risky meeting, first sitting president to visit north korea but what the president got out of that was north korea, kim jong un has agreed to negotiate,
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negotiations that haven't begun in earnest about denuclearize in the korean peninsula. no question kim jong un's minions would never take even an innocuous step little and begin negotiations on ridding the country of nuclear weapons without approval from kim jong un. the president needed approval from on top and he got it but they are playing with leverage right now and those negotiations do begin, a bit of leverage some of these kind of antagonistic statements from north korean media. >> is there a short-term goal we should be looking at in terms of the north korean issue? >> i always felt we need to consider intersections in the united states and north korea. we have people on the ground in both capitals to monitor the situation, daily connectivity and ensure negotiations proceed. we haven't had that. is that would be the first step. >> fascinating picking your
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brain, thanks for your time. the role of religion in our nation's founding. how americans saw the work of god after 3 presidents on 4 july. insight from pastor robert jeffers, stick around. about 50% of people with severe asthma have too many cells called eosinophils in their lungs. eosinophils are a key cause of severe asthma. fasenra is designed to target and remove these cells. fasenra is an add-on injection for people 12 and up with asthma driven by eosinophils. fasenra is not a rescue medicine or for other eosinophilic conditions. fasenra is proven to help prevent severe asthma attacks, improve breathing, and can lower oral steroid use. fasenra may cause allergic reactions. get help right away if you have swelling of your face, mouth, and tongue, or trouble breathing. don't stop your asthma treatments unless your doctor tells you to. tell your doctor if you have a parasitic infection
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>> president trump: the future belongs to the brave, the strong, the >> reporter: the brave, the strong, the proud, the free, we are one people chasing one dream and one magnificent destiny. we share the same heroes, the same hard, we are all made by the same almighty god. >> donald trump honoring the country's early history and more recent times concluding by think the future belongs to americans but let's go back to america's early history.
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what role if any did religion play in the founding of america? joining me, pastor of the first baptist church in dallas, robert jeffers, great to have you. seems like a wonderful might remind folks about the founding of this great nation. what role did religion and faith play? >> if you listen to the aclu or the freedom from religion foundation they would tell you america was founded by irreligious people who wanted to create a secular nation that was free from religious influence. that version of american history belongs in the same category as george washington and the cherry tree. it is fiction, it never happened. america has always welcomed people of all faith and no faith is equally true that america was founded on the principles of the judeo-christian faith. our second president, john adams, said the principles by
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which the fathers achieved independence were the general principles of christianity and those principles were unchangeable and eternal as god himself. what did our declaration of independence four references to god calling him the judge of all the universe, the creator and even the rebellion against king george on the immutable unchangeable laws of god. you can't separate america from its heritage of faith in god. >> striking the three american presidents died on the fourth of july. that got the attention of former governor jeb bush. asking just a coincidence? adams, jefferson and monroe. what do you make of it? >> i believe god establishes are birthdate and our death date, there are no coincidences. why god allows this to happen with three of our presidents i don't know. the bigger point is people saw that especially in those times. daniel webster gave it to our eulogy over the lives of
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jefferson and adams. he said it is a sign of god's protection of this great nation. that is what our forefathers believes, benjamin franklin said the longer i live the more convinced i am that god governs the affairs of men. if a sparrow can't fall without god's notice how any nation rise without its aid? our forefathers believed america was birthed by the power of god and convinced it is protected by the power of god. >> it is worth noting the john adams, our second president believe this day should be a religious holiday writing his wife on july 3, 1776, it out to become a more rated as a day of deliverance by solemn act of devotion to god almighty. not many folks today are aware of that. >> they are not. i emailed the president that quote a couple days ago before tonight's event reminding him he was following in the tradition
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of great presidents. adams wrote that this day should be a day of, quote, pomp and parades and festivals and illuminations from every end of the content and solemn acts of devotion to god and i'm grateful donald trump mentioned our dependence as a nation upon god. he is following a great tradition of great presidents. >> franklin graham tweeted my father billy graham said the strength of the nation is founded in the faith in the hearts and homes of the country. your thoughts on that point? >> billy graham, one of the greatest of all times, a member of my church for 54 years, billy graham could not have been more correct and was echoing what the psalmist said 3000 years ago when he said in psalm 3312
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blessed is the nation whose god is the lord. we believe god has blessed america because of our faithfulness to him and i believe his continued blessing depends on our continued faithfulness to him. >> thank you for sharing your wisdom with us, have a wonderful evening. >> thank you. >> the annual hotdog eating contest, a fourth of july stable, joey chestnut continued his rain for the 12th time and that tops tonight's real news roundup. chestnut scarfed down a whopping 71 dogs in 10 minutes. that impressive feat was a downgrade from last year when he said it was 74 hotdogs, stronger for another record, next year his goal is to eat 75 dogs. residents of fort now, south carolina witnessed an unscheduled fireworks display at of holiday celebrations, davy jones fire workshop was ablaze, mister magnus lifted the sky
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with what started as a small fire, ignited many fireworks, firefighters went 5 to 5 against rockets, sparklers and other fourth of july favorites. thankfully no injuries were reported. it is a very sad day, a jim beam warehouse burst into flames in woodford county, kentucky. fortunately the only victims were 45,000 barrels of bourbon aging in storage. the crew was left with no choice but to let the spirits burn to keep from causing runoff and other environmental damage. 40 firefighters came together to battle the blaze. lightning may have been the cause of the fire. in texas, one woman facing 20 years in the slammer for licking ice cream and returning it to a freezer in a texas walmart. detectives are trying to track down the suspect. the woman could face a second-degree charge of felony charge for tampering with a consumer product. starting with the desire to
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honor america's brave led to an epic cross country journey to sing the national and in all 50 states. the talented janine saying is with us. ♪ ain't nothing but a heartache... ♪ no, i can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on my car insurance with geico. ♪ i never wanna hear you say... ♪ no, kevin... no, kevin! believe it! geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
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>> mike: janine is the first
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person to sing the "star >> janine staying the first person to sing the star-spangled banner in all 50 states, perfect guest for the fourth of july. it is covered in a new documentary. joining me is the national anthem girl, janine saying. where did the idea come from in terms of doing the national anthem in all 50? >> it came from a paradigm shift. there was always the goal for me to get a major record deal or anything like that. it came from a time when i started thinking that is not working for me. what can i do with what i have? a quote from theodore roosevelt. i said i love singing the national anthem and i want to give something back to honor the brave. i will sing it in every state. >> is there one gig that is most memorable or most unusual? >> there are so many and it has to do with the people i met
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along the way. i set up tables where people could write thank you notes and they would go to operation gratitude care packages and i would meet people who would tell me their stories. i pretty much had tears in my eyes the entire time. very humbling to hear about people who served, a lot of time seeing things they sacrificed as a result. i got to fly planes, drove a coast guard cutter, got to do so many adventurous things. people say what do you think back on? those moments that were so inspiring to me and i tell a lot of people about it. >> how did it feel, pushing this 2-year jeremy? >> it came down to the point,
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and it was a huge relief but also an awareness, and the mission may be over in that regard but so much more that i can do. >> tell me about the documentary? >> it is an interesting story. it would not have come about if i were not on "fox and friends" for one day. in the middle of april heather nauert tweeted to me and said what are you do with this? i saw this on twitter. i said i am trying -- she said why don't you come on the show. that was awesome. that helps me get through the rest, i was on state 27 when this started happening but at that time there was a film
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company in kentucky who tweeted me after seeing me on "fox and friends" and they said if you can make it to the louisville game in kentucky, all right. i was giving everybody my iphone to fill me and that is how they started, got to know each other, hit it off really millions 2 years later they contacted me again to make a documentary of your journey, really? how do you make sense of iphone photos? they did. they got amazing hearts and i'll line myself with people with a similar mission. i am so happy and humble. >> it is called national anthem girl. >> on amazon prime. you can watch the movie, go to
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and fromgirls.com and you can buy a hard copy, dvd, stream it. >> thanks so much, pleasure meeting you. a huge crowd descended on the national mall for the fourth of july, stay with us for the best sights and sounds for an evening of celebration after this. july fourth lands on a thursday "i got it!" so bookers are booking a one, two, three, that's a four day weekend "awesome" and with getaway deals on accommodation starting from 15 percent off, you can be a booker at booking dot com
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on accommodation starting 736 million people struggle to meet their basic needs. an estimated 40 million people have fallen victim to human trafficking. 51 million kids go hungry every day. and every day, together with thousands of corporate partners and millions of donors and volunteers united way fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every person in every community. time and time again, you know when i'm doing street magic..i'll walk up to someone and i can just see they're against me right? they don't want to be amazed. they don't want this experience to happen. ♪i needed to try but then the magic happens. and all of that falls away. (amazement & laughter)
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it's the experience of waking up and seeing things the way you saw them before they became ordinary. ♪i need never get old i'm looking for that experience of wonder. >> mike: president trump tonight praising american exceptionalism and men and women of the armed sources in the salute to america on this 4th of july. >> donald trump praising american exceptionalism, men and women of the armed forces in his loot to america in the fourth of july, a huge crowd was entertained by the army band, spectacular as always but we leave you with a look at how the rest of the country celebrated. ♪ oh beautiful ♪ for sacred spacious skies ♪ >> happy independence day, great day to celebrate our great nation. ♪ for purple mountains
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majesties ♪ above the fruited plain ♪ >> a great opportunity to spend time together and enjoy our freedoms. ♪ america america ♪ god shed his grace on thee, being one and representing america. on 4 july. >> love of the country. >> free to do a lot of things like free to have fun and enjoy everything and you are free to just go play. ♪ americaamerica ♪ >> strength and patriotism. it honors the people who serve for us so we can have our freedom. >> we need to support our country, support our troops and support everything about
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america. ♪ with brotherhood ♪ from sea to shining sea ♪ >> we all share the same heroes, the same home, the same heart and we are all made by the same almighty god. heather: some remarkable sites overnight, friday, july 5th. happening at 4:00 on the east coast, one nation under

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