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understanding when you commit a crime, you have to be held accountable. that's not happening in new york. where and chicago unfortunately. >> griff: thank you. we have run out of time. great insight as always. ashley, great to be with you. and "fox & friends" starts right now. >> ashley: have a good day. ♪ing ♪ >> brian: all right. here we go a fox news alert. the man suspected of opening up fire on an independence day parade in chicago suburb, affluent one at that, killing six, wounding dozens, now this custody after intense manhunt about five miles from where the incident took place.
>> steve: this morning the first victims have been identified. more to come. >> rachel: that's right. and grady trim somebody live from highland park with the latest on this trealgd. grady? >> good morning, steve, rachel and brian. >> this is the police station where police say they brought the gunman after that 8 hour manhunt finally came to an end yesterday. police say that he opened fire from the roof of a downtown business with what they described as a high powered rifle just after 10:00 yesterday morning at highland park's fourth of july parade. families, including children and parents scrambled, ran for their lives as gunshots rang out. >> it was frightening. >> it was very frightening. >> we are okay. >> we are okay, right. >> how many shots did you hear? >> 40, fifth. i don't know. tons, and it went on for a minute or more. >> police say five adults died at the scene.
one other person died at the hospital. the family of nicholas say the grandfather, who was visiting from mexico, is among the dead. at least 30 other people were hurt, ranging in age from 8 to 85 years old. president biden says he was shocked by the independence day celebration that turned to tragedy and vowed to keep fighting to end gun violence in this country. >> each day we're reminded that there is nothing guaranteed about our democracy. nothing guaranteed about our way of life. we have to fight for it. defend it. and earn it by voting. >> police identified the gunman as robert cremo the iii. he grew up in this community. he is in his early 20's and previously posted disturbing videos and posts on social media including one depicting the aftermath of what looked like a school shooting. police spotted him in his car about 15 minutes from the parade
route and took him into custody. they are now believed to be questioning the alleged shooter and have not yet brought charges. police also haven't identified the five other people who were killed in yesterday's horrific attack. guys? >> steve: grady, at what point do they -- if this is their man, he would go from, obviously, person of interest to a suspect in the case. you said no charges have been filed. have they mentioned anything about a motive yet? >> no. they haven't. but, if you look at those posts on social media, they are extremely concerning and would have indicated that he was obviously troubled and, you know, can you never predict that somebody is going to carry something like this out. but obviously he had issues prior to the shooting yesterday. they haven't talked about what specifically was his motive, why he chose the fourth of july parade a tack. why he chose the community he grew up in. and, by the way, police said after they brought him in to
custody yesterday that they were using the term of interest interchangeably with sususpect. there is no reason to believe that there was anybody else involved in the shooting at this point. of course we will await more details today as we wait for a press conference again from the police with the latest information. >> brian: all right. he lived, evidently, close to this site? >> yeah. i would estimate less than a mile from the parade route is where police were searching the home yesterday, including fbi agents and other federal agents. so, very close to where he apparently lived and grew up. he apparently went to high school in this community. so he would have known it very well. in fact, his father apparently ran for mayor in 2019. he lost considerably. but, yeah, this is a family and a alleged gunman who had very close ties to this community. knew it very well.
and for some reason, decided to wreak havoc on it on independence kay. >> steve: he did, indeed. one final question for you, grady, before you go. they say he was able to climb on top of that building up to the roof on unsecured ladder. does that mean this was just he saw the ladder and climbed up it or he took it there? do we have any -- have we connected those dots yet? >> not yet but it seemed like from the press conference police gave yesterday where they described the details of how he got onto the roof on unsecured ladder, it seemed like it was already attached to the building. it's a downtown area. sort of picture any main street in the united states. and that's the type of building it was. so it wouldn't come as a surprise to us if it was a ladder attached to the side of a building that he was able to climb up on or about preplanned and brought his own ladder to
the scene. those are the questions we have. how was he able to carry this out? how was he able to get on to the roof of the building? we are awaiting more details today which hopefully will provide some clarity. you can never explain why somebody would do something like this. >> brian: we will find out. grady, thanks. if you look at some of his videos is he pretty much out of his mind. is he a middle child they say from a family the dad ran for mayor. been a rapper for a while. i guess he had some success in 2018. but, amongst his videos he is essentially harvey ozwald paintings and drawings of him. >> rachel: videos creepy. uncle described him as lonely kid who kept everything to himself. so, clearly a troubled kid from that video. also looks like, i don't know if you saw the video that he made, brian, steve, but it looked to me like there had to be another person shooting that video. so i'm sure they are interviewing that person as well. another person close to this
area, highland park resident warren freed he was at the parade with his wife and 7-year-old twins when the gunman opened fire and we have him with us. welcome to "fox & friends" and thank you so much for joining us. our condolences go out to you and everybody else who was there, of course. tell us how you are feeling today and what you saw. >> sure. we got there about 10 minutes before the parade started. for our family, we have a family of neurological disorders. it was challenging for us to enter the environment because ever the sensory and social judgment. we finally got a spot. we saw the parade. first they had kids on bicycles. then they had the dogs come by. then they had the police wave and they had people from the fire wave -- wave to the kids. everyone had a good rapport. everyone was smiling. everybody was happy.
then there was 20, 30 second delay where everybody left from the fire brigade to the police and waving about to throw out the sweets to the children and then all of the sudden bang, bang, bang. and you kept hearing the shots go off and off and off. it must have lasted about two minutes. and then everyone kept screaming, shooter, run, run, run. so i took my son. my wife took my daughter and we ran away from the scene. we figured of if we ran to our car away from where the shots we could hear ahead of us that we would be safe. so that's the situation we h and one of the things that we would like to understand my kids were asking me last night is the reason why. we are a family, like i said, who have neurological disorders. we understand understand some of the social judgments and frustration. >> we don't care about politics. we don't have a concern about the gun debate. we want to know why someone with a neurological who wasn't right who lived with n. our community didn't get the support and
resources that my children are living right now so they can be as best as possible. >> rachel: so well said. >> steve: your kids are asking you, as the dad. why did somebody try to kill me, dad. what did you tell them? >> i had to tell them that mentally this person did not understand and we don't know exactly fully what he did or didn't understand what's right and what's wrong. this is a person who ha sick mind whod me needed more mention help and support in the community. my kids even said as late as last night they would like to meet him so we could help him so he feels better for himself. we are a condition rooted in empathy. we try to make sure the best comes from a negative situation. i explained to my kids that his mind wasn't correct. he didn't know or maybe did know but he wasn't sure what was the correct way of expressing his anger and his frustration and that's why i'm here to make sure people who have conditions don't feel so frustrated that they turn this way.
>> brian: so, warren, this guy is about -- lived very close to where the parade site was. have you talked to anybody that knows him, knows the family? evidently the dad ran for mayor. is this a known name in the area? >> my wife is actually from the highland park area. she didn't know the name. we found he graduated from high school in 2019. so, he was a graduate of highland park high school, but why? what made him turn so bad? why did he get so angry and so frustrated? what could we have done to help him better? that's the questions we want to as a family understand more why? why does someone do this and what makes them feel so compelled to get so angry and so frustrated. we want to help. >> brian: here you are locked up from the pandemic two years. everything has been canceled. we are finally getting back to normal and then something like this happens. incredible. >> yeah, it's so frustrating even my kids with a sensory were
concerned about hearing fireworks. we had to convince them. show them videos it will be okay. it will be safe. boom this happens. it they are 7 but really 4. they are trying to interpret how bad this was. that's the confusion. >> rachel: i really can't imagine reassuring my kids that everything is going to be okay and then something like this happens. it's mind blowing. talk to me a little bit about the response from the police? how quickly did police come onto the scene to help the injured and clear the area? >> sure. that was the interesting thing. all the police were all congregated together because they were at the parade. this is a very small community. everyone was there. what actually ends up happening is you get police have different locations come in. all the local police and fire brigade were in the area because they just waved to the children. they said hi and the music was going. they were all congregated in the
area. that seemed like that 20-second clay. everyone passed by us the cops and the fire and then the shooting happened. you could hear it come above you. waiting for the cops to come through and then to shoot. then we hear the boom boom boom, nonstop and everybody going crazy. >> steve: you must feel like you are lucky to be alive today. >> i feel lucky and very fortunate. i want to make sure this doesn't happen again and how i can help my local community. a lot of children there and very, very young children. younger than being in school that are going to have psychologic problems because of what they heard and saw. i want to make sure those children are heard and supported. >> brian: a lot of people brought themselves to the hospital. warren, thanks so much for sharing your story. appreciate it. >> rachel: thank you, warren. >> my pleasure. thank you. >> rachel: still ahead as prices surge here at home the white house could turn to china for help. senator tom cotton joins us live on. that was.
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entering the u.s. uvalde counties will enter the declaration today. san anton grow trailer where 53 people died speaks out about the gruesome conditions she endured. telling the associated press quote people were yelling, some cried. mostly women were calling for it to stop and to open the doors because it was hot. that they couldn't breathe. and travel nightmares plaguing americans at the airports as thousands of flights are canceled or delayed over the holiday weekend. this weekend alone 254 flights were canceled. nor than 3600 were delayed. so far that year more than 120,000 flights will v. been canceled. that's more than the entirety of last year. protesters crashed the stage at this year's nathan's famous hot dog eating contest but defending champion joey chestnut isn't having it putting animal rights activist into head lock before wrestling to the ground.
chestnut pulled out a victory downing 6 # hot dogs in 10 minutes to win his 15th mustard belt. the champ will join us later in the show following his impressive wind. guys those are your headlines. can you imagine? of. >> brian: biggest story janice dean was there. >> steve: she was a judge. >> i can't imagine. >> brian: are head lock. >> steve: had the guy gone up to the judge's area. also, at the same time, joey chestnut didn't know if he was going to compete because he had a broken leg. >> rachel: that's right. he did. >> steve: he showed up on crutches. >> brian: all you need is your esophagus. to be able to eat at full speed, this is full speed and to put a guy in a head lock and continue to chew san antonio. >> steve: he is the greatest of all time. do you have people run up to you
while you are eating at home and get them in a head lock. >> rachel: be able to ask him is he going to be here. >> brian: going to be fantastic. will you jot it down? >> rachel: i will jot it down how do you eat and head lock. >> brian: if you puts buns on it. >> steve: it has buns, too. >> rachel: that's why janice is making sure you are eating the dog with the bun. >> steve: not just the meat. >> brian: make you open up your mouth? >> rachel: yeah. that's the whole purpose of the judge. >> steve: we'll explain that to you during the commercial. >> brian: i should know more about refs. >> steve: i guess. so let's talk about eddy. yesterday after a long weekend, the president of the united states arrived in the south lawn on marine one who was with him from camp david? his son hunter. >> brian: the smartest guy he knows. >> steve: we haven't seen hunter on the white house grounds since the egg roll back in april. but, you know what? they don't really keep those
visitor logs public so it's hard to know. but what we do know is even though the president and the family all smiles there, we do know that of an ongoing federal criminal investigation into tax fraud, money laundering, foreign lobbying crimes against hunter. >> we remember back in 2020 hunter said yeah, federal probe of my taxes. the question is what is taking so long for the federal government? no indictments yet. even though we know for a fact that grand jury has been convened in delaware. they heard from witnesses back in february. othe business partner from hunter devon archer has cooperated with the fed. so what is taking so long for something to, you know, is it because it's delaware? which is where joe biden is from? >> rachel: i'm sure it has to do with politics. there is absolutely no research for the delay. these forensic audits are very
easy to do. they are done all the time. not just what hunter is doing. but the connection do joe biden who has told us repeatedly he knew nothing about this. the "new york post" has been continuing to follow the story and continuing to go through that laptop from hell. and they have found that there are some pretty curious contacts in there. contacts from, you know, google executives. people who have very deep connections to china and our policy with china. we also know that joe biden, brian, brags a lot about how well he knows chairman xi. so these are things we need to know not because of hunter and the crack and the porn and the baby mommas and all the drama around hunter, but what is the connection to joe biden? >> brian: why is he using his dad's name to get top meetings with top google executives? >> steve: because it works. >> brian: have great contacts in china. he gets a free ride on air force 2 while his dad is doing his vice presidential thing is he
out gallivanting trying to cut international deals. tell me that's in america's best interest? i don't think barack obama knew anything about this now that american people are getting if. manuel tammaro hezbollah. mike brazil. jacqueline fuller. meghan smith. i love one account from this guy ken davis about the meeting with joe biden. who worked there on -- fill tropic mic venture arm. he remembered hunter biden coming to the company headquarters in mountain view, california to pitch google on investments abroad. davis is one of the 10 goal executives found the laptop. we kind of looked at it as if he scoffed at it. he certainly did not know what he was talking about. related to energy. i'm hunter biden. look at my last name. we are brokering deals. fantastic. to even try what he was doing.
your i are google, my name is biden. give money to give to other people so i get my percentage. >> steve: it overseeing this in the u.s.-china relationship when joe biden was vice president. at the same time he has got these names of these google execs and why would google be in hunter's cross hairs? because google had all that money. has all that money. and hunter apparently had an idea let me get some of google's money and start some china venture us. and that he was why all these names are out there. these are a couple years old. google sent us a statement and said this regarding the google names on there: these are mostly long departed employees and we have no record of any such investment. while hunter biden might have been saying, hey, is google interested in investing in me to invest in china? >> apparently the answer was at that point, no. >> and if you compared china
policy under the biden administration and china policy under the trump administration, you cannot -- there is just no question that this is softer on china administration. >> brian: they are about to get rid of the -- talk to senator tom cotton about that. brett tolman's comments i thought put it in perspective pretty well. and when asked to analyze about this. we just have that full screen, you want to pop that in. very unusual witnesses have already testified to the prosecutor to not immediately submit the matter for a vote. the fact is hunter biden has not been indicted yet can only be explained by purposeful delay by the justice department. the question is why has this guy not been indicted and where is all this money? at some point he was getting millions of dollars. who has it and why is he broke? he has to live off the, i guess, the coat tails of some billionaire in malibu who is fighting for his profile to try
to change the perception of hunter, best of luck with that, as well as giving him financing his luxury life. >> steve: talking about the hollywood lawyer who gave him $2 million to settle his tax bill. >> brian: yeah. i think he is paying his rent. >> steve: tune what? it could be that billionaire or really rich by who gave him $2 million to pay the tax bill which is keeping the indictment from coming. because, you know, the department of justice might be going he has a tax problem but he paid it. if there was an investigation, just let us know. that's the it. >> rachel: we already know there were credit cards. there has been incident mingling finances his father and mother. had keys to that office that they shared with the chinese official. all of this stuff is so obviously weird. and sons that are 40-some years old don't pay for their parents, you know, bills. this is all weird stuff that has come out in this laptop and in
these emails. we need to get to the bottom of it. not because of hunter, because of joe biden. >> brian: you put your laptop where and who has it? and ever since then. >> steve: he said i don't remember. good answer. >> brian: then writes a book about it. 26 minutes after the hour. still ahead a report from highland park, illinois six people gunned down july 4th parade. corey brooks been chicago violence for years he reacts next. because the tempur-breeze° transfers heat away from your body... ...so you feel cool, night after night. for a limited time, save $500 on all tempur-breeze°™ mattresses. ♪ i want to rock and roll all night ♪ ♪ and party every day. ♪ ♪ i want to rock and roll all night ♪ applebee's late night. because half off is just more fun. now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood.
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>> brian: we're back with a fox news alert. we are following the latest out of highland park, illinois after independence day shooting left 6 people dead, dozens injured. >> rachel: the suspected gunman is in custody after intense hours long manhunt. >> steve: marilyn river are a joins us from highland park as the first victims with being identified by authorities. madeline? >> good morning, brian, steve, and rachel. i do want to show you the scene behind me. this is pretty jarring. you can still see the chairs left behind here as people fled the gunshots rained from a roof top. people have gathered along the parade route yesterday morning. many seeking out spots to get a prime view of the fest. when the shots rang out. some people mistook them for fireworks at first before quickly realizing what they were. the shooter targeted people from a roof which he possibly alley attached to a building.
six part-time are dead dozens more hurt. victims' ages range from 8 to 85 years old. we are learning more detaillights about some of them. one of them nicholas toledo a father of 8. on go fund me major his can grandfather described his an adventurous and funny. the death leaving the family numb. another identified as staff member jacque. in that statement they said jackie was a lifelong con grey grant and are cherished member for decades. jackie's work, kindness and warmth touched us all. >> everyone is pretty shaken. you are used to hearing about this stuff elsewhere it hits a lot harder when it's not only your hometown but it's also right in front of you and definitely some moments today that our family will never forget. >>
>> and we are also learning more details about robert, who police have taken in as a person of interest. his uncle told fox 32 in it 20's aspiring rapper. one of the video included violent images including a man aiming a rifle at another person. spotted by north chicago police in a car he was believed to have been driving ending annual hours' long mountain. >> attempted to negotiate a traffic stop on that subject. that subject did flee. a brief pursuit went on. ultimately they were able to get the subject stopped at wesley and 41 in lake forest. the subject has taken into custody without incident. >> police say they are questioning him but no charges have been filed against him just yet. brian, steve and rachel? >> steve: all right, madeline, thank you so much. this tragedy unraveled in a normally safe suburb to the north of chicago.
our next guest has been tirelessly fighting against violence in the chicago area. he spent 229 days camped out on a roof and he has been with this program many, many times over the last year. >> that's right, pastor corey brooks joins us now. pastor, welcome. and what -- go ahead. >> i was saying thank you so much for having me on. >> rachel: of course. we are so impressed by your time spent on that roof trying to make a statement and then, of course, in the midst of all of that, this shooting happens at a -- you know, event that families and children look forward to someone shooting from the roof top in a very scary situation that initially people thought might have been fireworks. your thoughts on this? >> first of all, my heart goes out to the people of highland park. north of chicago. we know that pain oh so well. having loved ones to be shot and killed. and pain we wish no one would
have to face. we know that pain and that's the reason why i'm on this roof top because i want to continue to bring awareness to the senseless violence in chicago. highland park. other parts of the country that are experiencing this type of violencer single day. and it's unfortunate that in our country we continue to go through this same cycle where we have these shootings. media covers it. we go in to debate. we have visuals. and then we all go back to doing our own lives. but it's not until you go through the pain of situations like this that you start to understand that something needs to be done that actually needs to take place. and that's the reason why i'm on this roof because i want to take action. >> steve: sure. pastor, you have spent 229 days now and nights on that roof there in chicago. in that region, shootings are very, you know, they are very frequent. but, in highland park, which is about 20 miles north of chicago, this was a place where this sort
of thing never happens. this was a town where michael jordan lived when he played for the bulls. it's where john hughes, the director made ferris bueller's day off and 16 candles. this goes to show you this can happen anywhere. >> one of the top 100 wealthiest praises. people with a lot of education and a lot of wealth. what we need to understand is that violence does not discriminate and i tell people all the time when you don't deal with place like chicago. it spreads like cancer. i know that pain as well. that is an be issue we need to deal with all across the country. specifically in areas where we are so that these issues do not continue to spread throughout america. that's exactly what we are seeing in highland park violence
archives four other places in america. four other people shot yesterday. and that -- it is spreading. we need to do everything we can to get to the hearts of people support project h.o.o.d. thanks so much. >> go to project h.o.o.d. and support what we are doing. >> brian: no one can doubt your sincerity and authenticity. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> brian: you got it turning to china president biden is looking to fix the inflation crisis by rolling back tariffs on chinese good. senator tom cotton weighs in. but even if your teen was vaccinated against meningitis in the past they may be missing vaccination for meningitis b. although uncommon, up to 1 in 5 survivors of meningitis will have
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weighs rolling back chinese tariffs put there by donald trump. tom cotton sits on the joint economic committee. he joins us now to react. senator, evidently the biden administration is split on doing this. yellen and romando want them taken out. trade secretary don't. where do you stand? >> well, brian, this is just another example of joe biden blaming inflation on anyone but himself. we have this these tariffs in place for three or even four years. we didn't have inflation when it started. he is blaming vladimir putin's war on ukraine for inflation. we had inflation well before vladimir putin invaded ukraine. the problem here is joe biden's policies. and especially his energy policy. because the cost of gas lien and electricity drives the cost of everything else. whether you buy it at a grocery store or walmart or anywhere else, it took energy to make it, it took gas to drive it there, it takes energy and electricity to keep it there. if we would unlock the american oil and gas and coal sector and
allow them to produce energy we need, that would bring down the prices of everything. what does joe biden do? he would rather go to iran and venezuela and beg them to produce more. joe biden needs to look at the america's white house in he wants to find the problem and perhaps the solution for the situation. >> brian: making deals. why would you give something up? if you are going to give up tariffs. politically or practically. you don't give something up for no reason to believe to get nothing back in return excepts for an gering the american business and labor unions. they don't want the tariffsist willed.sist lifted. >> brian, this is the theory of the tariffs in the trump administration that china had been cheating and stealing and taking our jobs and our factories for decades because they were using unfair trade practices and that with tariffs, you get leverages over them. apparently the biden administration, because of their own tool foolish policies are now as you say about to give all
that leverage away where it looks like nothing in return for the american worker. >> brian: senator, i don't have to tell you if you look at china. they are right in our backyard in central and south america. they are actually harnessing the natural resources of the evidently green technology, this green wave that is going to be hitting us. they have all the rare earth. they are in our backyard. why don't we seem alarmed by this? >> well, for decades, brian, joe biden has celebrated the rise of china. just a couple years ago on the campaign trail he said they weren't a competition for us. that they weren't bad folks. just like he toasted xi jinping whenever he was the leader of the obama administration's policies on china. for decades. he has not seen china as a threat. and now as you point out. china is leading the world and producing so-called green technology. solar panels made with slave labor because of their unfair trade practices and joe biden and the democrats want to
accelerate our dependence on chineldz energy. by contrast we are the world's largest producer of fossil fils fuels. give away another key point of competition with china. gets back to the foolish way that joe biden views china. he doesn't view them as a competitor for us. not our main threat. >> brian: senator, a lot of people viewing you as a presidential contender, trips to iowa on your agenda. how should we view you as a senator from arkansas and a future presidential candidate or just a senator from arkansas? >> well, i'm working very hard for the people of arkansas in washington. i'm also working very hard for all of my colleagues like chuck grassley or like zac in iowa. win back the house and senate this year. that's where our focus should be. if we can win back the congress thissier. we can take steps to help bring down inflation, help increase the flow of american oil and gas so america's families are not suffering from this terrible
inflation anymore. >> brian: had you your two children sit down and hear the whole declaration of independence red out on july 4th. for that you deserve a medal. senator, appreciate it. >> thanks, brian. can. >> brian: go get them. ashley strohmier has been summoned to do the news. i hope she answers the bell. >> akron, ohio declaring a state of emergency it due to protests following the shooting death of jaylen walker. 50 people arrested after a group of protesters damaged buildings and is a set couple of small fires. walker involved with a car chase in police last month being shot multiple times. akron police chief says a medical report shows walker was shot more than 60 times, 8 officers involved have been shot on administrative leave. tomorrow marks the deadline for the gascon campaign to oust los angeles d.a. george gascon. a spokesman for the campaign joined us on "fox & friends"
earlier. take a listener. >> he is saying all of my policies are worth it. and the locals of life is worth it and we can't just look at these few bad instances we have to push forward. it's beyond belief. this is a completely failed social experiment. >> the recall effort comes as 37 cities in los angeles county has issued votes of no confidence against gascon and his soft on crime policies. and then minnesota congresswoman ilhan omar getting a lot of boos when she got to the stage at a somali music festival saturday night. listen to this. [boos] >> later posting just 14 seconds of her appearance at the concert on twitter cutting off the video before the booing started. those are your headlines. we will toss it out to janice dean. hi, janice.
>> hello, good morning. beautiful day in new york city. let's take a look at the maps. do have potential for thunderstorms later on today. the temperatures here in new york are not bad. 75, 74 in chicago. 77 in kansas city. very warm across the south. showers and thunderstorms extend from the northern plains across the ohio river valley and parts of the mid-atlantic and the southeast. pretty widespread. there is your severe storm threat. again not only today but through the next couple of days we have this sort of stuck weather pattern bring us the potential for those storms. see where we will get the heaviest rainfall. northern plains, ohio valley and mid-atlantic. that's the bulls eye for the storms and heat is going to be oppressive in some of the areas of the southern u.s. we will keep you up to date. i think i'm tossing other to brian kilmeade. brian kilmeade.com. >> brian: that's not nefs to plug my website. >> janice: you gave me money today. >> brian: i did. not enough for a plug. >> janice: just kidding. >> brian: i didn't know it would be on air mention.
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>> steve: well, the president has fueled outrage after calling out gas companies on twitter telling them to bring down prices at the pump and to, quote: do it now. but, the u.s. oil and gas association wasn't having that telling the president instead making sure the white house intern who posted this tweet registers for econ 101 for the fall semester. joining us now with more with the president of the u.s. oil and gas association tim stewart. >> tim, good morning to you. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> steve: okay. so you guys say obviously, it's not coming from the president, it's coming from somebody who doesn't understand economics 101. this is simple supply and demand. everybody understands that isn't it? >> yeah. it's not like there is some group chat with 150,000 the gas station owners on it where they send out a message the president told to us lower prices we are going to do it. it just doesn't work that way.
>> steve: ultimately what the president, you know, and we have gone into this for over a year now on day one when the president pulled the plug on keystone pipeline and made sure to make it harder on oil developers and people in your association to pull oil out of the ground so people would buy more electric cars. now, given the fact that russia has got us over a barrel literally and figuratively. you know, we need to upthe production in this country, but the administration is not going to do that. well you, know, so every week the industry itself has to deal with two things. one, they have to deal with a president who will stand up and say one thing while his bureaucracy is doing the opposite of that second thing we have to be prepared to deal with every two to three days the blame shifts from russia or industry or the retail gas station owners. and so that's what we have to deal with. you know, really on a week-by-week basis. the tweet last week was really
interesting. it was a capstone on a week where we heard that they had sent envoys to venezuela to the marxist government to tell them to send more production to the united states to the e.p.a. which doesn't like fracking, using ozone requirements at the back door entree to really shut down operations in the basin to that late friday afternoon announcement of a five year leasing plan which may or may not have offshore leasing in it. so that tweet on saturday was a capstone on all of that. >> steve: we heard and year heard conversation with the president, mr. macron in europe that apparently saudi arabia, they don't have extra oil. so, don't know exactly why joe is going there. listen, you got some backup by one of the world's richest men geraldine ferraro bezos the guy at amazon wrote. this after the president sent out his tweet. ouch, inflation is far too important problem for the white house to keep making statements like this. it's either straight ahead misdirection or deep
misunderstanding of basic market dynamics. when you think about it. neither one of those are good. >> well, it's true. and i would frankly place my trust in a man who has largely restructured global economy versus a president who hasn't driven himself to work in 50 years and never met payroll. never had to meet a supplier voucher. i'm with jeff on this one. >> steve: all right. let's see if they do enter that intern in economics 101. they have got a college a couple of blocks away. ken stuart, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. >> steve: you bet. all right. coming up. joey chestnut does it again. he just took home his 15th coney island hot dog championship even after he was attacked by animal rights protester mid competition. joey chestnut joins us live on this "fox & friends" live from new york city. ♪ ♪
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>> holiday horror chicago suburb. >> police arrested gunman who opened fire on a crowd killed o. >> shooter run, run. >> we are doing a good job. >> dhs secretary has some opinions on the state of the southern border. >> the migration is reflective of the economic downturn. >> this is result of bad border
policy. >> looking to beijing for ways to fight inflation. frankly raise issues of concern. >> this is just another example of joe biden blaming inflation on anyone but himself. >> joey chestnut putting animal rights activist in a head lock. pulled out of 15th victory. will. >> steve: good morning. it is 6:00 in the morning in chicago and a fox news alert. the man suspected of opening fire on an independence day in a nice chicago suburb killing 6 and wounding 31 now in custody. >> rachel: this morning the first victims are being identified. >> brian: grady trimble is live from highland park with the latest. good morning, grady. >> good morning, steve, rachel and brian. police say they brought the suspect to this station for
questioning after 8-hour manhunt finally came to an end yesterday evening. that's after police say the gunman opened fire from the roof of a downtown business in highland park just after 10:00 yesterday morning at the town's fourth of july parade. they say he gained access to that roof top, got up there via an unsecured ladder that we learned was attached to the building. families ran for their lives as gunshots rang out. >> everyone is pretty shaken. i think, you know, you are used to hearing about this stuff elsewhere but it definitely hits a lot harder when, you know, it's not only your hometown but it's also, like right in front of you. and definitely some moments today that our family will never forget. >> police say five adults died at the scene. one other person died at the hospital. the family of nicholas says the grandfather who was visiting them from mexico is among those
killed. at least 30 other people, police say, were hurt. the victims range in age from 8 years old to 85. illinois governor j.b. pritzker came to highland park yesterday hours after the shooting to speak to the press. that she said was the right time to talk about gun control in the united states. >> our founders carried muskets, not assault weapons. and i don't think a single one of them would have said that you have a constitutional right to an assault weapon with a high capacity magazine. police identified this man robert crean know iii. he went by bobby and grew up in this highland community. he is in early 20's and posted extremely concerning and disturbing videos and pictures on social media. including one that looked like it depicted the aftermath of a school shooting. police spotted him in his car
yesterday around 6:30. about 15 minutes from the parade route. that's when they surrounded him and took him into custody. they brought him here for questioning. but they haven't charged him just yet. police also haven't identified the five other people who were killed in yesterday's massacre. guys? >> brian: unbelievable. and what we know about this guy is he is known as a wake the rapper. moderate success worth about $100,000. he had a pretty active social media life it seems, grady. we are only getting a glimpse. we are allowed to see because i'm sure they were looking at that before they released his name. >> yeah. and as the hours went by yesterday, those videos were on social media and slowly removed as the days went on. clearly the social media companies realized yesterday that those videos should not have been posted and they were potential red flags that he
obviously was a deeply troubled individual who could potentially do damage and that's what he ended up doing yesterday. >> steve: they always taking them down after the shooting has stopped. >> rachel: they did say he was known to police. >> steve: i was going to ask you that question. grady, he is being described by the "chicago sun times" and others as he was known to law enforcement. >> why was he known to law enforcement? >> i'm going to have to look into that. because i hemorrhagely haven't seen anything about a criminal record of his. he was in his early 20's. not someone who who has lived a long life and would have had a lengthy rap sheet. these early days and hours after the shooting. i am going to look into that. when we have a press conference, as soon as the press conference happens. those of course will be questions that we will ask here this morning. >> steve: sure. one other thing. they described it as a high powered rifle. they haven't gone into the
caliber. even though they they had it at the scene. >> yeah. that's all they would tell us is that it was a high powered rifle. they wouldn't go into the caliber of the bullet or what type of weapon it was. other than those were high powered rifle. , which by the way. means a lot of different things. people use those words, high powered rifle to describe a range of different types of weapons so, again, another question that we're going to have. we have a lot of them still. as do police as they question. suspect here this morning. >> steve: all right. grady, thank you very much for the live report. >> brian: horrific music video. >> rachel: i saw the video. it's so disturbing. it is like takes place in a classroom setting. clearly somebody else was filming it. so he must have people involved with him in that filming of that. there is bullets on the floor. and, you know, in the -- he is like throwing bullets on the floor in the video. >> steve: the screen goes black. >> rachel: there is creepy
music. he looks disturbed. his uncle's name is paul. he describes his nephew as lonely, quiet, keeps everything to himself. again, this is just a second parade in the last, what like six months that we have seen violence in the waukesha, wisconsin parade, a car was used to mow counsel people and kill people. in this case, a weapon. a gun. >> brian: this is one commonality between waukesha, buffalo, this guy and to a degree uvalde, people around him, you are going to see people around him yeah, he kind of scared me. he was worrying me. police knew of him. but they don't stop him before he kills. the family somehow thinks by letting him out into society is he going to be okay. buffalo, that didn't work. uvalde that didn't work. certainly didn't work in waukesha. ends up plowing people in the middle of the street just walking again in a parade. and then this guy. just take one look at him. you are going to tell me is okay with a face and neck tattoo,
looks like he hasn't seen the light of day since 1941. and he is walking amongst us drawings of lee harvey ozwald. a video like that on social media. if that's your kid, do you let him out amongst the masses? >> steve: speaking of kids there were a lot of kids and adults and families and law enforcement at the parade yesterday when he started shooting at 10:15 a man by the named of warren freed went with his wife and two children there. special needs kids. he explained what they would see when they got there. and then they got there and, you know, they didn't see this happening. nobody did. he describes what it was like and then the questions his children have asked him every night since last night and since then about, daddy, why did somebody try to kill us? his answer? here's is warren freed. >> all of the sudden bang, bang, bang. you kept hearing the shots go off and off and off.
it must have lasted about two minutes. and then everyone kept screaming, shooter, run. run. run. one of the things that we would like to understand my kids are asking me last night is the reason why. we're a family, like i said, woo who have neurological disorders. why understand son-in-law of the social judgments and frustration. we don't care about politics. we don't have a concern about the gun debate. we want to know why someone with a neurological who wasn't right who lived in our community didn't get the support and resources that my children are getting right now. >> rachel: he brings up such great point. because, again, the obvious conversation, you know that we are hearing now from the white house and others is guns, guns, guns. as i mentioned in waukesha it was a car that was used. he is bringing up the fact that we need to talk about mental health. his own children have sensory issues. they actually had to prepare their kids to go to the parade because, of course, there is all these sirens and sounds and then, of course, when this happened, you can imagine how this sets back those children.
and all -- everybody who was there. i mean, this is traumatizing. parades we joke on the weekend show there is a big debate between pete, will and i about parades, fun or not, pete and i, yes, fun, will doesn't love parades. but the point is parades are a part of american civic culture. it's part of a community. every, you know, year people from the community gather and for this to become an event that people actually have to think twice about attending. >> steve: that's sad. >> rachel: it's so sad and really terrible thing. i think mental health as brian brought up. you have to look at this kid to go he doesn't look well, and even his relatives saying, you know, he was lonely. he didn't seem well. >> brian: yeah. we are about to get a cascade of information, i'm sure, on him and also, i doubt in a school district like that. affluent glare like this. he wasn't offered some type of
psychological or social services that comes and somehow teachers seem to have missed the signals that this guy seems to be a walking billboard of i am nothing but trouble especially if you see what his social media presence is. and also, you look at the lyrics of some of his songs that he downloaded, you have got to be kidding me. the middle child of italian family how he describes himself. his dad ran from mayor vehemently unsuccessfully. there is him -- there is a picture of him evidently wrapped in a trump flag. also like joe biden photos. also pictures of wearing fbi hats. also drawings of lee harvey oswald. who draws lee harvey oswald. >> steve: look at that downtown area. it's like a picture out of a norman rockwell painting. this is where michael jordan lived when he played with the bulls. the movie director john hughes made ferris bueller in that town. it just goes to show you even though the town looks perfect, this can now happen anywhere.
>> rachel: there is clearly an epidemic of loneliness, of hopelessness there is a social media component to this that we have to look at with young men. i will say people have said, you know, there was a reporting that he was a rapper. so the rap community says it has nothing to do with us. he went to a trump rally. the trump people saying it has nothing to do with us. he wore antifa type mask. the left saying nothing to do with this. we are missings the point there is loneliness and hopelessness and mental illness there aren't enough resources as that man warren freed talked about. >> brian: right have. a good cry. don't grab a gun and go get some professional help. it's up to you and your family. if you have somebody who is disturbed in your house, do not leave him armed and dangerous amongst the masses. 1 minutes across the hour. on another note when it comes to world affairs our number one enemy is china. at this hour after extensive
review the biden administration possibly releasing the tariff that trump put on china that janet yellen and gina romando believe are ineffective, however, china believes they are effective because they want them removed and guess what jake sullivan believes they are effective because he doesn't want them removed and american business and labor unions have now favored keeping the tariffs in place. yes, unions, mr. union man, president if he wants to listen to the unions leave the tariffs in place. >> apparently going back and forth inside the administration for a while. half the people cabinet room want to get rid of them. other half say no we have got to use it to crack down on them because china has unfair trade practices and we are using the care ofs as leverage. ultimately here's the thing. the tariffs don't amount to that much. when the president started releasing 180 million barrels of
oil from the strategic petroleum reserve right up to the midterms, that sounded to people in the white house like this is going to really help. the price of oil actually went up after that. this is another one of those things where he has to seem like he is doing something, so i'm going to pull the plug on those darn chinese tariffs. they won't do much to change how much you are paying for gasoline or meat or anything else. >> rachel: very obvious what he has to do. he has to unleash american energy and make us energy independent once again which we were just a couple years ago. you spoke with senator tom cotton who talked about how joe biden has never taken the threat of china seriously or maybe he is compromised. i don't know. we have quote the laptop so we can see. here is senator tom cotton talking about it. for decades he has not seen them
as a threat. solar panels made with slave labor because of their unfair trade practices and joe biden and the democrats want to accelerate our dependence on chinese sources of energy. by contrast we are the world's largest producer of fossil fuels. give away key competition with china. it gets back to the foolish, foolish way to joe biden views china. he doesn't view them as a threat for us. >> not our main threat. >> brian: this is window dressing, i agree. only difference is, when you release our strategic oil reserves that's our thing. when we stop federal taxes on gas that's our thing. this on the world stage makes us look weak and compromised. >> steve: he doesn't care. >> brian: we should care. that's why the other stuff play politics. this is our international posture. australia, vietnam, south korea, japan looking for strength in that region. we are showing acquiescence
which means they are going to have to do a deal with the mobster down the block if we show weakness. because we're the only ones strong enough to stand up to them. >> steve: ultimately, he does not -- he has got to do something politically to save his democratic party because of the midterms are coming this way they can go joe biden, he got rid of the tariffs, he released all the oil. is he doing everything he can to get to you buy an electric car. >> rachel: in the end -- go ahead, i'm sorry. >> a lot of democrats strong on china too and see them as a threat. >> rachel: there is the china issue americans want us to look strong against china who is obviously our biggest enemy and competitor. at the end of the day, it doesn't matter if you are pretending to do something about gas. when you fill up your gas tank mile. dad went to fill up my car he said i couldn't do it. i had to travel down because it said $7. it made him want to throw up fill up my car $7 a gallon.
>> steve: did you give him a credit card. >> rachel: i gave him my credit card to fill up my gas tank. he couldn't do it. of driving around i couldn't use your credit card to could $7 a gallon. made me sick. made me sick, too. >> steve: joe biden halls our credit card, that's the problem. >> rachel: i think it's maxed. >> brian: ashley, how is your credit card? >> ashley: i mean, i don't want to talk about it on tv. my husband is probably watching. that's another story for a another time. >> brian: understood. >> ashley: fort worth, texas actually canceled independence day fireworks after a grass fire broke out. this video showing the blaze spreading all along the trinity river. firefighters putting out the fire as thousands were encouraged to evacuate. they believe dry and windy conditions helped spread the flames. organizers say they spent weeks watering down the area to avoid this very issue which was the fire. a pair of long island beaches reopening to the public after
multiple shark sightings over the weekend. in one incident, a 33-year-old lifeguard fought off a shark after being attacked during a training exercise. he was bitten in the right hand and in the chest. can you see video of him being fighting that shark off. he says he is recovering and will be back to work in 10 days. good for him. beaches now posting signs and flying navy blue flags to warn of sharks in the area. and four vietnam veterans receiving the medal of honor today for repeatedly risking their lives to defend injured comrade. specialist dwight birdwell, major john duffy and dennis will receive the government's highest military honor at the white house. staff seargt edward on the bottom right of your screen is receiving the medal pass thiewm mustily after making the ultimate sack nice vietnam. guy whos, are those your head will lines back to you. >> rachel: thank you, ashley. >> coming up, local officials near the border are ready to act
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you see a lot of stuff on social media. press conference in texas this afternoon several sheriffs and judges. i have been pushing the idea along with several others, we need to look he invasion clause of the constitution. we certainly believe that states can do, if the federal government is going to aren't indicate their responsibility under the guarantee clause, states can start protecting themselves because the federal government has failed to do it arresting those across the border a lot of sheriffs have fed up. one sheriff is nearbily 900 tet on the border with the crime rampant and high-speed chases the sheriffs have had it. i think what they are going to do today. the sheriffs are going to get together with judges and formally act declare invasion. take action on the border and start enforcing the law on the border since the federal government is refusing to do it. >> brian: why wouldn't the governor say yes and initiate
this he has been so aggressive? >> look, i'm hoping he does. the attorney general is arizona has come out and classified this as an invasion. i think this is next step for texas. they have looked at it i'm hoping that the texas governor, who i love, he has done more to secure this border than anybody in this administration good of the state of nexens i think this is a good step. >> brian: take a look what the monthly border encounters in 2022 and how much worse it is getting worse and worse every month. these are historically alarming numbers. if you look at 2022 compared to '19 it's even more insane. and this is happening not because of climate change, not because of any type of crisis. it's because of who is in the front office. in fact, here is secretary mayorkas deciding he thinks he knows why his border patrol is
being overwhelmed. >> i think that we are doing a good job. the migration that is occurring throughout the hemisphere is reflective of the economic downturn, increase in violence throughout the region, the result of the covid-19 pandemic, the results of climate change. >> brian: is he kidding? there should be a laugh track on that explanation. >> he is an embarrassment to the position he holds. me and rachel talked about this at west point. i said if his lips are moving is he lying. we had climate change in 2020, didn't we? didn't we have a did you know dn the country shut down in 2020. still succeeded and 20 year low. immigration down 83 to 90%. the guy can't tell the truth. he has no integrity. when he first took the job a year and a half ago it was the
trump policies that caused it. then he said seasonal, going to away soon. then he said violence in central america. the fact is if you look at the court data, immigration court, nine out of 10 central americans that claim asylum at the border never get released because they don't show up or they don't qualify. that's the fact. these policies are driving this historic illegal immigration crisis. >> brian: i was going to play the soundbite. he basically says don't worry remain in mexico not a problem. process their story doesn't line up, we send them right back out. no, that's not happening and margaret brennen did not even follow up. what an embarrassment that interview was. thanks so much, tom, appreciate it see if the invasion is declared. >> you got it. >> brian: live report from highland park illinois where shooting on july 4th took the lives of six where many struggle for their lives in the hospital. this hits home for gianno caldwell whose little brother christian was shot in chicago two weeks ago. he joins us next.
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manhunt. >> brian: mad line joins us as the first victims are identified. madeline? >> good morning, brian, steve, and rachel. police are questioning that person of interest but no charges have been filed as of yet. meanwhile, as you guys mentioned. we are learning more details about that person of interest and some of the victims themselves. one of the people shot and killed with nicholas toledo, a father of 8. on go fund me page his grandson described him as loving, adventurist and loving. hits family leaving numb. member of synagogue north shore congregation israel israel. they say jackie died in yesterday's attack, too. in a statement they said jackie was a lifelong gong grey gant and cherished member of ncis staff team for decades. work, kindness and warmth touched us all. police have identified robert as a person of interest in connection with this deadly
shooting. he was in his early 20's and taken into custody near lake forest about 15 minutes north of her last night after hours long manhunt authorities say north chicago police spotted the car he was driving. >> attempt to negotiate a traffic stop. that subject did flee. a brief pursuit went on. ultimately get the subject stopped at wesley and 41 in lake forest. the subject was taken into custody without incident. he said his nephew was is aexpiring rapper. videos included violent images including drawing of a man aiming a rifle at another person. as police investigate yet another community is left broken-hearted. they had gathered along the parade route yesterday morning. many staking out their spots early to get a prime view of the will festivities.
some mistook them as fireworks before quickly realizing what they were. >> shooter targeted people from the roof. accessed ladder in an alley. >> looked very frightening. >> we're okay. >> we're okay. right. >> how many shots did you hear? >> 40, 50. i don't know. tons and it went on for a minute or more. >> and vice president kamala harris will be in chicago today for a prescheduled event with educators. it's unclear she will be heading to the shooting site itself. brian, steve, and rachel? >> rachel: add line, thank you for joining us and giving us the latest from chicago. >> sure. >> that attack in a chicago suburb hits close to home for gianno caldwell. is he from the chicago area where tragically his younger brother christian was shot and killed just a little more than a
week ago. gianno, joins us now. gianno, let me personally send you my condolences as a friend of yours. i haven't talked to you since this happened and my heart just breaks for you. i know that this news must come. >> thank you so much. >> rachel: of course. this must be difficult news to hears a you have been someone calling the alarm on violence in chicago long before your brother was claimed. >> yes, yes. i even did a documentary on it with fox nation called the new battle for chicago. i will tell you my heart goes out to these families who have been impacted by this who are risk scene of murder. and that's what it is. i want to be very clear about that. this was a murder. my baby brother christian wasn't killed or shot. he was murdered. these folks are part of a very small community that none of us wanted to be a part of. those are victims of -- being family of victims who were murdered this is more risk
tragedy. those who would take this moment and disingenuously push gun control. >> brian: i know. your governor i don't know if he knows the laws or not. but it's absolute insanity. we have not just here in highland park where michael scblornd a house there or to still does. scotty pippin, this is the most elite areas in the chicago suburbs in the north shore area. these folks aren't going to allow for them this degund the police. academics have said there is no increase in crime. it's not a mantra or slogan this comes with soft on crime policies. comes with mentality freed criminals from the idea that they can be captured by the police or prosecuted. it has enabled influenced nor criminal activity. it has demoralized our police forces across the country. in the city of chicago itself. they need a thousand detectives
to handle the case loads that are there. people don't want to be police officers anymore because of what has happened from the leadership in cities across america. this must end. downtown chicago just last week, last friday i believe it was, a mass shooting in the first district. this is blocks away from city hall. blocks away from where the governor sits. homicides are up 100 percent. we are talking about downtown chicago where people feel safe and visitors where they used to feel safe but where people go to visit. this is insanity on steroids and we must we must not allow the capitulation of this mantra these soft on crime policies to continue to exist. chicago needs to conservative conversation about potentially reimplementing the death penalty. criminals need to know that your life is on the line if you commit crime. your life is on the line and your family will be grieving for you if you murder someone, kill someone or commit some severe crime. that's what needs to be
happening right now. and that's the conversation that isn't hang right now. >> steve: gianno, in highland park, they have got the suspect who they were looking for. they believe he is the shooter. but, when it comes to the person who murdered your brother christian, have the cops found anybody yet. when you were on our program you said look, i would not normally be here if not for the fact that i want them to find the guy who killed my brother. are they any closer? >> i don't have any information, unfortunately, to share today about the them being closer. i will tell you, steve, when it was reported friday morning, i got the call that evening on a local affiliate. they said shooting in morgan park area. three people shot. 18-year-old dead. my little brother just turned 18 this year. i had to decide and i could barely sleep. i had to decide was i going to
make this information public on monday, sunday, and then it hit me, if i don't get out here and speak. if i don't do press interviews then he is going to be the named 18 unidentified kid murdered in chicago. therefore i have to sit on television. i have to do radio interviews and talk to print journalists because there needs to be justice for my baby brother christian. if anyone knows what happened two fridays ago on 114th south street. if anyone has any information leading to the arrest of the men who did this and was told to me that it was three or four men pulled up in a black suv. african-american, dreads, got out and started firing. >> hitting a young lady. another guy who was rushed into surgery critical. my baby brother was killed on the scene. police say he wasn't the target. he happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. how many others in the city of chicago are at the wrong place at the wrong time? wrong place sitting on their
porch, being in their living room, watering their grass. this is what the wrong place wrong time is now? you can't live your life? where is the justice? where are the victims who don't have names? i'm speaking for them. i want justice for them as well as justice for my baby brother christian. >> brian: understood. thanks gianno, appreciate it. >> thank you for having me. thank you. >> steve: if you have any information about the death of gianno's brother christian. please call the chicago police at the number on the screen right there. 312-747-8271. >> rachel: my daughter just graduated from the university of chicago just a couple years ago. kid going into internship again wrong place, wrong time on public transportation, shooting and he got shot. just unbelievable. >> steve: christian was 18 years old. we'll be right back. ♪ it's still the eat fresh refresh, and now subway's refreshing their italians. like the new supreme meats, topped high with new italian-style capicola.
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stove steve president biden may insist there is nothing inevitable about a recession in the united states. economic experts disagree with potus. fears growing along with the inflation rate. it goes sky high. let's dial in the host of varney and company over on fox business stuart varney. stuart, good morning. >> good morning, steve. >> steve: we all know it's bad. but you and i had an off-camera conversation last week about how crazy it's gotten. stuart used to live in my neighborhood. and i told him about a grocery store in my neighborhood where the little rotisserie chicken they sell for 4.99 is now 12. # 9. so this morning at like 3:30. stuart sends me a note i was just back from cape cod and what was the note about your rotisserie chicken. >> i paid 16. # 9 for rotisserie chicken. >> steve: $5 chicken was now $17. >> it was large. could feed two adults or four
teenagers. i think it's a terrific inflation i observed carat. >> steve: absolutely. >> two years ago. one year ago. those chickens were 4.99. 5.99. and buy them anywhere in america. now it's double that or more. that's inflation indicator. >> steve: you know why a lot of stores sell it as a loss leader. it's only 4.99 to get you in the store now because the margins are so narrow they can't have a loss leader. >> they sell a billion of those years every single year in american supermarkets. the price has almost more than doubled in some circumstances. that's inflation, steve. the nature of where we are living. >> steve: you know, stuart, when you look at the news, where inflation has gone through the roof. the airlines are canceling flights left and right. and gas is -- if you are in california gas is 6 bucks or 7 bucks a gallon. nothing is going anybody's way. >> no, it's not. probably either in a recession now or going into one very soon.
all these hot shots in industry, the titans of industry, they are saying, watch out. we are going into a recession. mark zuckerberg, facebook, jamie dimon, j.p. morgan, he sees an economic hurricane coming. if these guys are right and the president is wrong, we are in for a slowing economy and constant inflation, which means our standard of living is going do going to decline. my worst fear this goes on for a number of years like the '70s. instead of the roaring 20's. we get the malaise of the 1970s. >> steve: sure, i'm old enough to remember after inflation and stagflation. nothing ever bundle. to slow down this gigantic economy, what that means they have to jack up interest rates and ultimately a lot of people are going to pay with their jobs. >> exactly right. these big corporations. they see the recession coming. so they are scaling back on
their hiring. now, that changes the nature of the job market, doesn't it? at the moment, there is all kinds of jobs going abegging and the worker is in a very good condition to make demands about benefits and wages. if that is reversed and they are not hiring and not such a wonderful job market. advantage goes to the employer rather than the elm blow iee and the worker. that's a big switch and i think it's coming. >> steve: it's a dire situation. exit question, how was the chicken. >> as i said it feeds four adults and two teenagers. standard rotisserie chicken. what can i say? >> steve: check him out on fox business in an hour and 12 minutes. tonight on fox business watch american built, 8:00 p.m. eastern time. >> thanks, steve. >> steve: thank you, sir. all right. dozen minutes before the top of the hour. let's hit the streets with janice dean and the fox weather machine. >> janice: yes. good morning. it's a beautiful day in new york city. we are going to get into the
80's. take a look at the maps and see the potential for stronger storms later today. 73 in new york. 27 in baltimore. we have you know, a look at these storms moving across the ohio river valley in towards the mid-atlantic. we're going to get some of that later this week. but the severe storm threat really stretching from the mid-atlantic across the ohio valley and the lower great lakes in towards the northern plains. so we could see some hail, damaging winds, heavy rainfall could cause some flash flooding. isolated tornadoes as well. there is your forecast highs today. 103 in atlanta. with the humidity it's going to feel a lot worse than that just take extra precautions. fox weather.com for latest details. steve over to you. >> steve: all right j.d., thank you very much. >> you got it. >> steve: standing up for life major companies as you see on the big board weigh in the abortion debate. introduce to you one employer covering the cost of employees who give birth. that's straight ahead on "fox & friends." ♪
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-hi, i'm smokey bear and i made an assistant to help you out. because only you can prevent wildfires. -hey assistant smokey bear, call me papa bear because i'm "grrr-illing" up dinner. haha, do you get it? -yes. good job. -so, what should i do with all of these coals? -don't just toss them out. put them in a metal container because those embers can start a wildfire. -i understand, the stakes are high. assistant smokey vo: ha-ha, ha-ha. -see, smokey think's im funny! >> rachel: welcome back to "fox & friends." we have been telling you about companies travel costs and other related fees for seeking abortions out of state. in response, one texas-based company will instead offer paid maternity and paternity leave
along with covering the cost for female employees giving birth and financing any adoptions. here with more about his companies' initiative buffer insurance president sean turner. wow, sean, what an honor, first of all, to interview you. so many company's response to this roe v. wade decision overturning it has been to travel abortion. your response is life affirming. >> i appreciate that buffer insurance. we saw speak to buffer entrance was of the overturning of roe v. wade. we sell the megacorporations easier to have these abortions. as a small business owners we thought it was important for employees to take the opposite approach. >> it's also what women want.
80% of women who have abortions say if they only had more support they wouldn't -- they don't feel supported and your company is stepping in to do it. i also like they are helping with adoption and other things. what's been the response from your customers the already have? the very intricacy if it entices others to go with your company for their insurance because they like the message. >> we've had an overwhelmingly huge response of people saying thank you, our own clients, people from alaska to connecticut, to maine, to all over the place. this is definitely something that is making a positive impact all across the nation. if you work for an employer and you want your employer to implement similar benefits had them reach out to us because we have created resources to help
implement this and maximize their contributions. >> you are sitting in a credible example. i hope you are rewarded for it by showing there are loving, nonviolent responses to crisis pregnancy and helping people do what they really want, which is to have families and feel supported. such a pleasure to have you on the show, sean. coming up, janice was a judge at this year is nathan's hot dog eating contest. she takes us behind the scenes. from prom dresses to workouts and new adventures you hope the more you give the less they'll miss. but even if your teen was vaccinated
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>> that was the fun stuff. this is not the fun stuff. a fox news alert. the man suspected of opening fire at an independence day parade at an upstate kale chicago suburb is now in custody after an intensive manhunt. >> this morning the first victims have been identified. >> live from highland park with the very latest on the tragedy. good morning to you, thank you for joining us. at what point will police update us with the latest? >> we haven't gotten the specific time, steve. but yesterday throughout the day any time there were minor developments there they were
going to a location they were holding the press conferences and doing those and giving those updates. hopefully we will get one soon. we don't know what police have to update us on this morning because they were at that suspect in the custody yesterday after the eight hour manhunt. today that we are are learning the names of the people killed. two of the six have been identified. only show you jackie sometime, she was a preschool teacher at a local synagogue. the synagogue confirmed her death on their website bid the family of nicholas toledo also identified the grandfather who was visiting from mexico as a victim. at least 30 other people were hurt ranging in age from eight to 85 years old. police have the gunman opened fire on the crowd below from the roof of a downtown business just after 8:00 yesterday morning in highland park's fourth of july parade. they say he climbed an unsecured ladder that was attached to a
building. witnesses describe running for their lives as gunshots rang out. >> all of a sudden bang, bang and you could hear the shots go off and off. it must've lasted about 2 minutes. everybody kept screaming and everybody kept yelling shooter, ron. >> president biden said he was shocked by the independence day celebration the turn to tragedy and vowed to keep fighting to unkind violence in this country. >> each day we are reminded there's nothing guaranteed about our democracy. nothing guaranteed about our way of life. we have to fight for it. defendant. and earn it, by voting. >> after the massacre at the parade that massive manhunt ensued with the help of local and federal law enforcement agencies and end officer with
the north chicago police department bought the suspect a few miles from the parade route. they ended up please identify the commitments robert crimo the third. he was in his early 20s and had previously posted disturbing pictures and videos on social media including ones that appeared to show the aftermath of a school shooting. several of those posts were taken down from a social media channel and the hours after yesterday shooting but they help paint a picture of a clearly troubled individual who carried out this attack yesterday. >> the "chicago tribune" says some witnesses at the parade shooting or worried that community may have been targeted because of its significant
jewish population. northern suburbs have seen a rash of anti-semitic sentiment in recent months including on holocausts. we don't know the motive yet that they've mentioned and this could could be a guy on the roof randomly shooting something. >> it is absolutely possible. please haven't discussed the motive so we don't have that from official sources. this is an affluent suburb. yet there are a lot of jewish people that live in this community. they are concerned that they were attacked because of the jewish population that lived here. we don't have confirmed from police but that's something we are hearing from people who live here or who have family members who live here. perhaps they were targeted because their jewish faith.
>> jackie sondheim is one of the victims. she is jewish, a local member of the devoted jewish congregation that's remembered for kindness and dedication by the north shore congregation of israel, the synagogue she was at the come out their website appreciate it. from what you know 22-year-old, he looked satanic, he has a face tattoo, he has videos of him shooting up a school. we see all this and we wonder from what we know right now should something have been done? >> good morning, brian. there were warning signs in this one just looking at the guy. we are hearing about the videos he's posted that social media could take down after-the-fact, but where is the warning before hand? where is the intervention by family and friends? this is the kind of thing that we see in advance.
what are we doing before something tragic happens? >> john, what do people do? what's the you of a relative who is showing some of these signs and these are pretty extreme. these family members known by the way they said -- the uncle said he was lonely and isolated, he kept to himself. but just looking at the very disturbing -- it shows his music video was like a school shooting scenario. these are some pretty good signs. which of that family do? >> well, it's not just a family it's other people i come in contact with them. first of all if you are over 18 and it's very to for somebody to get any mental health treatment of this country. we have to have that conversation but aside from that if you think there's any form of threat contact the police, contact the fbi. it doesn't mean he will be arrested and taken out of the
straight, but you never know with the intervention of being contacted by law enforcement that might be enough to wake-up call or deter him from this criminal act. >> sure. when you think about what we know for sure we know the sky, apparently had a long gone on a rough. you don't just walk to a parade and walk out on main street with a long gone, a high-power rifle is how the forces describing it. he knew there was an unsecured ladder that adds premeditation to this diabolical act. >> there was planning. he knew a location to go to. i wouldn't be surprised if over the course of the police and fbi organizationally found out he rehearsed us, climbed up on the roof previously, look for the vantage points. but also this creates another warning sign for us in the future. from now on when we have parades are we going to be looking at
rooftops? >> it's ruining this beautiful civic thing that every little town in community does. use i would have been in waukesha, wisconsin, they used a card to mow people down. in this case going up and that ladder i guess we'll have to get more information about why that letter was there. >> to your point about going forward if they have a parade you've got to worry about locking down the rough. i'm just thinking about something that's been reported. apparently this guy in the social media page at some sort of lee harvey oswald imagery, this is just like the texas book depository from a high vantage point shooting down the people. >> you're putting it together for law enforcement essentially. this is what we seek him discussed at for muscular's in the past, we seen a number of cases, they try to imitate them, anybody who's looking at this sort of stuff first of all that's not healthy behavior.
certainly they can track everything we do there should be able to track people are posting things like this and then making the reports to law enforcement so they can ask the question hey why are you posting this? john thank you very much for joining this life. such an interesting question. maybe they could've gotten him a helper may be the family just could've read the signs. >> i hear you appear to be very curious and we get more details get buffalo, you have the sky all of these other people after the shootings take place that always say he was weird, he was strange, he was dangerous. if you see the pictures you say
of course this guy even looks like a killer. i guess you can't arrest people not. the other -- >> also, brian, he was known to law enforcement. we don't know the nature of that. they may have gone and knocked on his door and asked him about that. we'll find out. >> meanwhile a stock energy. it's not unusual to see republicans to come president biden when it comes to an entry. it's very unusual, now getting way too common, to see big business take on the president appear to not just oil and gas, but this is the original tweet that set up none other than "washington post" owned amazon and found her richest men of the world, the bending know what day it is, jeff bezos have time off biden's tweet. my message to the company's running gas stations and setting prices at the pump is simple. this is a time of war. it's not, that's an insult to the time of war and global
peril. we are not fighting a war come over financing somebody else's. bring on the prices are charging to reflect the cost of paying for the product and do it now. >> so what the president is doing is he saying hey, we know that you're hurting every time you gas up. rachel's dad didn't want to put $7 gas in her car so he did not. but his point, the president's point is blame the guy at the gas station. blame the oil companies. forget about putin. so the u.s. oil and gas association that this tweet out responding to the president where he says bring down the prices quickly. they said working on it, mr. president been in the meantime have a happy fourth and make sure the white house intern who posted this to eat registers for econ 101 for the fall semester because tim stewart told us they simply come at the
white house, don't understand market forces, supply and demand for what the president's fossil fuel policies are doing to the country. here is. >> every week the industry itself has to deal with two things. when they have to deal with the president who will stand up and say one thing while his bureaucracy is actively doing the other opposite of that. the second thing we have to be prepared to deal with his every 2-3 days to blame shift from whether it be russia, the industry, retail gas station owners. so that's what we have to deal with. really on a week to week basis. >> such a lack of empathy on the part of this administration. i talked about this a lead yesterday when i was on "fox & friends." it's unbelievable to me, the blame is a slap in the face. but also should mostly have no intention of changing their policies.
one fixed income struggle even more, that are making parents make very difficult decisions about their children what they can afford. can i afford school? can i afford school clothes? because everything is so much more expensive. even simple things like going on vacation with your family. these are things people could no longer afford to do. >> what the president is referring twoand $20 a barrel couple months ago is now down to one oh six. immediately could be paying less. you're paying about $0.20 less, but on the big picture that's not even close to how oil and gas work. imagine this was that infinite set of meeting with your that's what i you walked on the street about a mile and meet with the oil and gas executives and ask them about an industry you know so little about what's going on here. what could change this. these are the profits i'm seeing, what am i missing here? have them explain it to you because they've explained it to us in various different ways.
we are not oil and gas experts so we do this crazy thing called finding the experts and find out what's going on. you see how your policies, the planned five years out how you have not least any offshore drilling, how you said you could drill on federal land beetle give any permits for it, let environmental regulations make it impossible to drill. you have a finite amount of product. when the price goes up there not going to underpriced because they have shareholders too. when jeff bezos turns around and slams president biden for high gas prices and says inflation is far too important for of a problem for the white house to give making statements like this this. it's either straight-ahead misdirection or misunderstanding of basic dynamic baby think jeff bezos wants to wake up and insulted a democratic president? he lost $63 billion, dollars, zuckerberg is lost $53 billion. muskets was $62 billion petey may not like the tone of the previous administration, and
another pandemic would've been a challenge for any president, but in terms of the policies, they were clearly labeled america first. this is lying. they are either deceptive or really dumb. >> you said he needs to talk to experts. wasn't hunter biden on the board for oil and gas? and he, as you said was the smartest person -- >> maybe that's what they talked about at camp david over that we can. all we know is it's never his fault, they always needs a book commanded today it's to guide your gas station. remember harry truman had that sign that says the buck stops here, joe biden has one that says pass the buck. the american people are not dumb they totally get -- >> not his fault. 60 minutes after they are actually of the other breaking news. >> organist or with a fox news
alert. manhunt is underway for a suspect two philadelphia police officers were shot last night during the fourth of july concert and fireworks show attended by thousands of people. the officer was struck in the shoulder, the other suffering a grave wound to the head. that bullet lodged into the office areas cap. both officers were treated and released from the hospital. sources telling former acting as director that several sheriff said judges will formally ask greg abbott to declare an invasion of the border. >> we built detention centers, we held people, we made them see a judge. you know how to stop it. you are an insult to the position you hold. you know how to stop it and you're refusing to do it. >> three texas counties have already declared a border emergency is the my concert continues. stacey abrams any more than
$450,000 on security, the georgia democratic gubernatorial nominee saying security nighttime starting -- despite the fact that abrams is a board member of a foundation that wants to abolish at the police more than a hundred charges cherubs have condemned her ties to that foundation and her soft on crime policy support. july 4th wasn't just america's birthday come a world war ii purple heart recipient celebrating its 100th birthday yesterday. wilford mcdougall sharing his patriotic message, listen. >> i'm proud of our country. i'm proud of its history. and grateful to be a part of it. he got a purple heart while he was serving in the philippines
after world war ii he will return to combat in the korean war and later survived the battle with cancer. what a sweet story. >> on the fourth of july. >> patriotic for him? >> there's a very famous fox news anchor and host born on the fourth. geraldo rivera. >> really? i didn't know that. all right coming up on this tuesday more follow-up from hunter biden's laptop. "new york post" brandon divide reacts to the list list of well-connected contacts found on hunter's hard drive. >> plus joey chestnut joins us live. we will explain. i try to put my arm around any vet that i can, absolutely. at newdayusa that's what we're doing. we put our arm around the veterans. when i think of the veteran out there that needs
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>> we are now learning who hunter biden had in his rolodex to help further his overseas business dealings while his father was serving as vice president. "the new york post" reported google executives and u.s. officials make up the list. several of those google executives later working for the obama-biden administration. joining us now with reaction to "the new york post" columnist fox news contributor were into the divine. always great speaking with you. what does this list tell you about what hunter was up to? >> good morning, rachel. look i think it's more indication that hunter biden was deeply embedded in the very highest echelons of u.s. -- the
u.s. government during the time that has father was vice president. and also big tech, some of the personal cell phone numbers that he had in his contact list included top u.s. officials responsible for overseeing the china u.s. relationship. also top google executives. i think again it shows that whatever else we say about joe biden, there has to be well-founded concerns that he may be compromised when it comes to china through his son and his brother's family business to do with china. and a lot of that is being investigated for the u.s. attorney in delaware. that probe drags on. let's hope that it doesn't get slow walk past the midterms. but i think after the midterms, when the republicans, if they do take back the house and the senate, they will be definitely
investigating to. that's what they are singing. they already marshaling resources and investigating behind the scenes. they will be looking into all of these links between hunter biden, jim biden, joe biden, and the chinese communist regime in particular. >> rachel: a john kerry by the way, former secretary of state, also on that list. as many people there. you bring in such a great point about compromise because already we are seeing the joe biden's response to inflation as to do something that benefits china. you know lifting those tariffs. help me have never seen a case, miranda, with so much incriminating evidence on a laptop now nobody can deny as authentic. why hasn't anything happened yet? and is thus a strategy just to drag their feet until after the midterms or what do you see is going on here? >> look i think partly the
reason the things happening because the republicans aren't in charge. they don't have subpoena power. chuck grassley and ron johnson have done a really masterful job with their probe, they've managed to unearth a lot of documents from the treasury to show the money trail, tens of millions of dollars which have flown into a fight in family coffers from china and other countries. so that's a start. but until you -- with this u.s. attorneys. >> ron johnson is a champion on this for sure. people want answers and have to make sure they keep ron johnson around. all right here's a statement from google, they say these are mostly long departed employees that we have no record of any such investment.
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>> steve: fox news alert. one of chicago's neighborhoods left reeling after several murder and dozens were heard after goodman opened fired at a fourth of july parade from about the parade route. fox news contributor leo terrell joins us for a no for my life. leo, the more we learn about this guy apparently he was an inspiring rapper, he had a bunch of videos outcome a very disturbing imagery in the videos, now the day after he murdered these people, now youtube has taken it down. now instagram has taken it down. had they taken it down before, who knows what the impact would depend? >> exactly. we need to have a discussion on this, steve. people know about this guy. this guy is not somebody who was in an alley or something pitiless in a wealthy area and i want to be very clear, red flag laws will never work. because family members who are aware of the problem are not going to turn in their children. their sons, their daughter.
i handle cases where i tell. parents years and was involved in a crime that's not mpd is a photograph, that's not him. red flag laws will never work adult family members are honestly with each other. i told you right now if they are we will can reduce this problem. >> we've heard that apparently law enforcement was familiar with this young man. we don't know the nature of it. but maybe they actually did knock on the door and ask him some questions. but then they talked of the family into your point they might have said you know he's okay, he's got those edgy videos up because he needs an edgy rapper. >> let me translate to the family members are lying to the police. there is denial, steve. we have to have a broader conversation about this because family members are the last people in the court room where their sons and daughters get convicted. they always defend their children. what drives me nuts is the problem is that family members won't tell the truth.
someone knows who shot his brother but they won't tell. that's the problem. we need to have an honest discussion on the validity and the value of red flag laws, family members know right now, steve, that they are chip kids are troubled. school counselors know but they go into a denial mode. >> steve: we don't know the nature of the conversation that police may or may not have had with the family or the shooter, but your point regarding red flag laws is well taken computing mention at the end school counselors. leaving her that he was a dropout so obviously if he is early science or exhibited early disturbing tendencies -- because one of the videos it does allude to a classroom shooting, you would think one of the teachers would've said something to someone and dislike you know that kid in third period, i
worried about him. >> steve i looked at the videos come i was a former schoolteacher, there was not one red flag, there was a boatload of red flags. i molding the family members responsible, the schoolteachers, his transition, maybe he worked at ice-cold. people knew about this guy, steve kamali could impede all of the american public to look at the sky, listen to the media, listen to a social media post negative tell me nobody saw this coming? people are lying to themselves. we've got to be very honest about that. that was a very important community. i know people in the community come i've got phone calls. it would have said a lot more about the motive of this young man. >> the police department is an obligation to tell the public the truth. >> steve: according to grady trimble on the ground for us there, he said every time the police had a good detail they shared it with the press, so with any luck today we'll hear
more about this shooter. thank you so much for getting up early in the light. >> steve: thanks, leo. coming up on this tuesday celebrities using the fourth of july to bash america. our next guest is a retired navy special operations officer running for congress. he's got a message for those hollywood elites and you'll hear him without coming up next. ke p, electric shocks, sharp, stabbing pains, or an intense burning sensation. what is this nightmare? it's how some people describe... shingles. a painful, blistering rash that could interrupt your life for weeks. forget social events and weekend getaways. if you've had chickenpox, the virus that causes shingles is already inside of you. if you're 50 years or older ask your doctor or pharmacist about shingles. researchers believe the first person to live to 150
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because of the hollywood elite going red white wayton and woke. katy perry showing her song firework into a pro-choice protest saying baby, you're a firework is a tad but were made in the night it stays have fewer rights than actual sparkler. pat met there, is always good for her to eat. wasting no time tweeting this caption, fourth of july has been canceled following a shortage of
independence. sincerely women. congressional candidate and a retired navy seal officer officer david collude. welcome. first up your reaction to the celebrities weighing in? >> well thanks for having me on, brian. really quickly emma navy eod officer just a quick correction there. but i've served this country i've seen the best of this country and seem to celebrities and seeing the partisan vitriol on the day supposed to unite us all is depressing and it breaks my heart. you know our country is a great country. we've accomplished great things together left and right, democrat or republican. i liked just one day for us to celebrate the greatness of this country. we could maybe do it on the fourth of july, that really just hardens my resolve to bring the kind of leadership i like to see back at washington. >> when you roe v. wade that's what they are referring to. but in reality what they did is turn it back to the states.
is not even accurate to say it's bad. orlando actually apologized afterwards but they put out a controversial statement saying i know you don't want to celebrate the fourth of july but let's do it anyway. they got rebuked for that. kind of odd, and p.r. also said controversial touch had a controversial were not going to read the declaration of independence, we are going to reveal for this year only what equality really means. so from various outlets in various statements, the same theme. >> absolutely. again i think it's important to note in the state of pennsylvania, roe v. wade being the ruling of roe v. wade hasn't changed a thing as far as access to female reproductive rights at this point. it's a state issue at this point and that something we have to deal with but again the fact they were dealing with this on the fourth of july is supposed to bring us all together, david
is supposed to unite us breaks my heart. we have a lot of disagreements in this country and we have to find a way to get past and we have to find a way to arbiter them and to actually achieve and confront the great problems that we base this country inflation, the rise of russia on the rise of china we have a lot of things we need to unite around and to leverage and we are simply not right now. >> steve: so, david, why do you want to run for the seat in pennsylvania and congress? >> well is pretty simple. the two biggest influences in my life for my mom in the navy. my mom was a single mom. my father was killed by a drunk driver before i was born. so she worked for me, she worked for our family, she scrabbled and fought so that i could have a better future. she realized the dream that all of us are supposed to be able to realize in this country. in the name eat maybe i diffused bombs we overcame lot long odds leveraging the best of this country defending the best of this country left or right. for me have seen the best of
this country and i know are not getting the leadership that we deserve. it's about reuniting us on an ability to actually solve our big problems once again pit i can tell you when you bury your friends underneath the flag at arlington national cemetery, as i have, changes the meaning of this country and the meaning of this flight. for me it's about fighting for the kind of leadership in this country that i love so much. >> there's a lot of people who are dying daily, a lot of people believe because of weak policies inscribed. >> absolutely, absolutely. you look, we have a district attorney who refuses to charge criminals, with guns they shouldn't have. we have convicted felons for five times. he is the convicted felon coming a public safety is the most essential public good of all of if we are not going to enforce the law and we have no public safety. how heart goes out to the two
police officers shot yesterday. >> the mayor basically wants to resign. david dilutes, thanks so much. best of luck, coming of straight-ahead, janice dean was a judge at this year's nathan's hot dog eating contest. she takes us behind the scenes next. but first bill hemmer. what's coming up in a show along with dana perino. >> in your eye think you and i should go out there and see how many we should do. i could probably eat three. >> brian: i don't have my heart in eating a lot of nitrates but i will think about it. i'll leave it to the chestnut guy. >> steve: fair enough. nice to see a good morning. terrible event in chicago. an eyewitness who will join us in a minute tell us what she saw. the president has an interesting message about the cost of gasoline over the weekend. the office of just the country is moving backwards. kellyanne conway and mark penn will analyze. also from overseas, is russia winning the war? the general jack keane will tell
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the rest is history. >> hot dog contest. coney island. cloud is getting the hot dogs are piling. speak i'm going to be a judge today, do you have any advice for me. >> how many hot, hot hot dogs for the men? >> hundred and 50 hot plates, five hot dogs and each plate. >> are you ready, judges? wish me luck. >> hot dogs, watch them eat them
i don't know if they are going to invite me back but i sure had a great time. did you guys have a great time? >> now she's laughing in the studio, janice how would you describe that in the experience? >> intense. that's all i can say. i'm still recovering from it. joey chestnut is going to be on stage you're just a matter of moments. we need to go to a commercial break and then we'll come back talk about it. >> you heard the woman, let's go to a commercial break. sliiiiiiiiii-der sunday! [crash] everything's better between king's hawaiian bread. especially now with king's hawaiian pretzel buns!
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♪ ♪ >> steve: joey just does it again. joey chestnut winning its 15th nathan's hot dog eating contest yesterday at coney island. guess who joins us now? right next to janet the judge. the areas. the greatest of all time. you won your 15th title. this one was special for a lot of reasons. you had to actually fight in the middle of it. >> somebody fell on me. he was holding a sign. he was moving over so i kind of moved him over. >> you got a minute hadlock. >> while you're reading the dog. >> i don't want to let go of the hot dog. >> as a judge would he have been disqualified -- >> he's a hero. you should have more hot dogs
added on. >> not the guy knocked the hot dog out of joy's mother something. >> i don't think i dropped in the in. >> not only that but you have a broken foot? tendon? >> a ruptured tendon. three weeks ago mike i don't know if i'm going to be able to compete but -- >> you don't eat with terrified. >> but you move around a lot. to help the digestion process. >> you have to move around and stand up and get everything to work together. but it does through the pain. because there were some "star wars" fans there were ups at the animal activists used the darth vader mask. they do want to be associated with that. that said told me that you actually come to the contest on an empty stomach. >> before the contest to make sure i'm absolutely empty. lemon juice, water, make it easy to digest that ridiculous amount of food. >> how long is the clans for? >> two days. >> when you're in great shape.
a lot of people think the people to do these hot dog contest are great shape. >> i'm not in awesome shape but i'm in shape enough to eat. >> all night. he still have hot dogs. >> i love them. >> grade, we got you a pan. i mushed at 63 hot dogs way? >> about 15 pounds of meat and buns? >> how many calories? >> it's close to 20,000. >> so what sort of impact as a diving on you today? >> if you're sitting a little closer you probably smell hot dogs. i have the best life in the world. i get the travel around the world, eat, and meet people. >> you are the tom brady of hot dogs. >> this is liked as you travel around the world? >> i've been tactile and, france commit to eat. yes. >> this is the best interview of all time on "fox & friends." >> she said it was overwhelming
come of the event. >> i don't know if i can judge again. >> she messed up on the account for the year of. >> we didn't see that in the report. it's very intense. >> congratulations, you are awesome. >> he would put on the belt but it doesn't fit. [laughter] so long, everybody, see you tomorrow. "america's newsroom" good morning, everybody, terror on the forward. our rooftop shooter reigning terror in the parade in chicago. hope you had a great holiday we can pit them bill hemmer back with you today. >> i'm dana perino. i'm glad you're back in in your blue and do your finest to me is looking good and rested so we have him back. i'm dana perino and this is "america's newsroom." only six people are dead, 30 more are injured. the gunfire erupted around ten in the morning sending parents and children running for
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