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do. trying to make us pay for everyone's student loans at this point. it's snowballs from there. this is the future of the democratic party if you allow them to have their way. that's why we have to get out and vote in november like our country depends on it. >> todd: all fun and games until you run out of people's money. thank you all for joining us. "fox & friends" now. ♪ ♪ ♪ what's your name, what's your sign, what's your birthday ♪ was your wrist tattooed by your birthday ♪ tell me this, do you kiss on the first date ♪ don't hold anything back. >> brian: all right, there you go. why would we be playing chris lane on an empty -- this music on an empty stage? because he is going to be the
featured guest on this week's version of the all-american summer concert series. he is extremely talented. 5'9". steve steve how much does he weigh, brian? >> 37 years old. born november 9th. i would think he is about 172. and i think he is going to be in canton, ohio next but more importantly with us soon and as soon as they start rolling the turn out on thursday, the whole city changes shape. it just becomes -- they just start buzzing about the summer concert series. >> katie: i love country music and i love chris lane so i'm looking forward to that later in the show. >> steve: that's right. you know, as we look outside though, it's dark. when we started the summer concert series, it was really bright. >> steve: there you can see the mclemores because they have been grilling up food for the vips who are in attendance today. and it's john and john. what are you fixing today? >> steve, katie, brian, we -- you may have an empty stage
behind you, but you are not going to have empty stomachs nor is the vips. we have got brisket coming up from our buddies from lane barbecue. amazing spices. always our heroes here. dial it up with more krispy kreme donuts and pork coming in. katie, get ready, since you are filling in for ainsley we got you a special treat. >> katie: oh, did you. okay. >> yes, ma'am. >> katie: looking forward to it barbecue for breakfast is a good idea. >> brian: she loves the outdoors. loves squirrel. >> what's better than brisket and pork belly for breakfast. >> katie: we can smell it in here. >> we said this last week. we are going to be in texas with y'all at fort hood finishing out the concert series. it's been 14 magnificent weeks here with fox. mac will he mores check us out. we have had so much fun with
y'all, we are going to wrap it up in texas. everybody needs to think about labor day. master built has been our hero supplying us with these grills. get you master built grill and do everything we are doing here. >> steve: fantastic, we will have the big reveal for our brisket breakfast coming up one hour. >> katie: brisket on a friday. can't wait. >> steve: john and john thank you for joining us from the dark. >> brian: now we can feed you, maybe emotionally, virtually, now we have today too you with information. and i think you are going to love to hear about this. a judge is now ordering the doj to make their redacted version of the trump raid affidavit public by noon today eastern time. >> steve: that was kind of a surprise. who knew the judge would go that fast. of the big question remains, how much will the government actually allow the american people to read? >> katie: kevin corke might have some idea. kevin? what's the latest? >> good morning, guys. >> katie: good morning. >> the affidavit is expected. let's be honest about this. it's expected to be fairly
heavily redacted. you and i expect that. it's still supposed to explain why investigators believe that there was probable cause to, in effect, raid the house of the former president of the united states. but, again, we are going to find out a little bit more by noon today. we will see how much of that affidavit is actually blacked out by the feds. >> is contained inside the affidavit. i don't think we are going to see that probable cause. because, it's very broad what the justice department said. it's very broad to say we have to agents and witnesses and sources and methods. and almost all of that is going to be part of that probable cause. >> now, in his order, magistrate judge, bruce rinehart, a proved the warrant, said the doj had, quote, met its burden of showing that its proposed redactions are narrowly tailored to serve the government's legitimate interest in the integrity of the ongoing investigation. and are the least onerous alternative to sealing the
entire affidavit. meantime, over testify white house, yep, they are sticking to their story that the president somehow miss tis tierously didnt know anything about the raid before it happened. >> it was not briefed. no one at the white house was briefed. we were not briefed on investigation. we did not know about that. we learned about that from your reporting. >> now, be careful when they say things specific like that. we weren't briefed. okay, does that mean anybody knew? i'm just asking questions. meantime, former president trump took to social media, truth social in particular, to do his best joe wilson impression. you lie. joe biden said he knew nothing about the break-in of mar-a-lago or the greatest political attack in the his industry of the u.s. does anybody really believe this? trump also said this: the radical left democrat prosecutors are illegally trying to circumvent for purely political gain. the presidential records act
under which i have done absolutely nothing wrong. they illegally raided my home and took things. that should not have been taken. by the way, it was also revealed that the national archives was willing to let the former president send his kim jong un letters back through fedex. now, you are going to hear a lot today about sources and methods as the primary reason behind the court and the fbi's decision to not show as much of the affidavit as, perhaps, you and i would like to certainly see. and you will also, and this is important, hear unproven allegations as part of the affidavit. something to keep in mind. because, as critics have pointed out, guys, if we learn anything from the fbi and its dealings with, say, the fisa court, they are not always known to be on the mark. guys? >> steve: kevin, i think it's very revealing that the government said, okay, if you want to send that document back, send it by fedex. don't send it through the postal service, we may never get it
send it by fedex. >> what does that tell you? >> katie: go pick it up instead. >> steve: kevin, thank you very much. the other thing he said that was really on point. it all was on point, but for pierre ka karine jean-pierre toy nobody at the white house knew. there are hundreds of people who work at the white house, including the chief of staff. you would think that the attorney general might call up and say hey, listen, i am giving you a heads up, this is going to happen. don't tell the boss. for her to say nobody at the white house? nobody at the white house? that could come back to haunt them. indicate caft they may think even if they say that they will get away with it. they usually stick to their story. we do know now that the white house may have had some involvement. the attorney general said he personally approved the warrant to go after mar-a-lago and it's interesting listening to kevin corke talk about the letters from kim jong un. i wonder if that counts about the nuclear material we have been hearing all about at mar-a-lago. >> brian: make sure you write down the tracking number which is kind of odd.
at the very least, there is a miami bureau. you have would think he is the former president of the united states you would say hey, listen, you have a few letters there. i'm a little concerned about them. i'm going to send over an fbi agent to grab a couple letters. no. stick it in fedex. you got that peel away label. put it in there. make sure you put a return address and telephone number when nobody is home when nobody is home at the white house -- excuse me, on the department of justice on a weekend because they take weekends off. really interesting. there is no sense that they are building a case against trump. but we're just trying to find out why they would raid this. why it got to this point where they raided this case. and i just think, just using logic, the judge must have been really pleased by what he saw. i thought this thing there was a chance it could go back and forth a few weeks. >> katie: i did too. >> brian: guys you overredacted, less. what about this? what about this? instead, i think what we are going to find out at noon maybe the department of justice said i'm not going to make this a game. i just want to get this over
with. this is getting way too much publicity. i need to turn the page. so there you go. and the judge -- this is my hope. and the judge goes okay, i think that's fair. >> steve: at the very least, they will redact the grand jury stuff, witnesses, but we will probably have a better idea of the timeline and don't be surprised if the government does leave out for the public to read stuff that makes trump look bad. because that is the point. all right. meanwhile, let's talk a little bit about this. joe rogan has a podcast. and, yesterday, he was able to get the boss of facebook, meta, instagram, to sit down and, you know, during the three-hour podcast, mark zuckerberg admitted something, you know, that a lot of people at any time see coming. he said, you know what? regarding that "new york post" story about the hunter biden laptop? yeah, we b blew it. we didn't blow it as bad as twitter. watch. >> basically the background here is the fbi, i think, basically came to us, some folks on our
team and was like, hey, just so you know, you should be on high alert we thought that there was a lot of russian propaganda in the 2016 election. we have on notice that basically there is about to be some kind of dump of -- that is similar to that to just be vigilant. i think it was five or seven days when it was basically being determined whether it was false. the distribution on facebook was decreased but people were still allowed to share it you could still share it you could still consume it. did they specifically say you need to be on guard about that story? >> no. i don't remember if it was that specifically, but it basically fit the pattern. >> steve: he said that facebook opted to limit the sharing. not stop the sharing completely which he said was what twitter did. meanwhile he said meta and facebook at that point acted
reasonably. ains. >> katie: facebook still does this they employ outside fact checker to get the responsibility of fact checking on to a third party so facebook isn't responsible. fact checkers went after news outlets reporting about hunter biden's laptop. this really says a lot about the fbi again. the fbi telling facebook that this, you know, be on the lookout for russian propaganda assuming basically anything that may be disadvantageous to the president or the candidate then joe biden in terms of hunter biden's laptop, listening to those 51 intelligence officers who said it was russian disinformation and then censoring the story. and this is not the only story that facebook censored. on behalf of dr. fauci, mark zuckerberg also censored the wuhan lab leak theory for more than a year. so, they are taking queues cuee federal government left and right what they should and shouldn't be allowed to share. what they are going to publish and slow down in terms of people
having access to it this is a habit continuing right today. not a year ago. today. >> brian: so, a couple of things, twitter banned it. we didn't ban it. but they absolutely suppressed it. he said getting both sides angry. both sides were not angry at facebook. there was one side angry. made it impossible to find on facebook. so, you are supposed to, if you are being honest. if you see a story this popular. it's going to rise up on the charts in importance. look at facebook and go wow look at minus feed. minus feed.we have a that's rig. fire everybody in that third party because they did not pick up the phone and say is this your email from hunter biden? hunter biden, highest level with prance the future president of the united states. we need to find out if it is true.
if it is true, we are hiring somebody as a country that is corrupt to the core so it's not up to you this to me astounds me that he actually said he had a third party. the fbi gave a generic briefing and he said well this looks like it. >> steve: why would they have a third party? >> katie: so they don't have to be responsible. >> steve: 100 percent. absolutely. so they could say hey, don't blame meta, don't blame facebook, blame the third party which is what he had done. facebook sent us a statement and they said this about what he said to joe rogan. we took those stories seriously and mark said when he testified referring back to on capitol hill months ago, we didn't block the "new york post" story. we temporarily reduced its distribution to give fact checking partners time to review it. >> brian: who were those fact checkers? they all need to be fired. joe rogan did a good job.
>> steve: i'm sure they gave them a raise. >> brian: did a good job with follow-up questions. you realize you were wrong and would have affected the election, right? not because somebody had a good marketing campaign but because facts got out. this is not an october surprise this is a revelation about a crack addicted hunter biden who dropped his old laptop off and then we since have found out a year and a half later it's true. add this, two days ago, we found out about a whistleblower at the fbi had that said we were told don't open that laptop. so was that two days prior. now we have this. and then we have nate silverman came out and said republicans should look into the fact that liberal elites pressured pfizer to delay their release of the vaccine until after the election. so think about this. if you find out that your opponent is corrupted to the core or might be subjected to
from other factions. and warp speed yielded a vaccine to save millions of lives, don't you think that would have affected election? forget about other things affecting election. these are -- this is legitimately factual things that absolutely you would have to think got into people's psyche when they went to vote. >> katie: the left constantly talks about meddling in elections. the fbi clearly did that in 2016 and 2020 and facebook helped by and now they are blaming their outside partners for who then deemed the pages and number of topics that are not flattering to the current administration. >> steve: i blame big tech. you know, after donald trump won in 2016, remember they had those postmortems out in silicon valley and they made it very clear, what can we do? we let him win. and so what did they do? they got together and they said we can never let this happen again. so you have got look -- now that people are reflective about what they did in 2020, just remember,
it was big tech. they didn't just put their finger on the scale. they put their whole foot. >> brian: and the fbi. >> steve: we have got joe rogan who is able to get the information from mr. zuckerberg. it's not that much different than what he had told capitol hill. but, nonetheless, he said yeah, you know what? we throttled it back. and that's what republicans have been saying they have been doing. and all along facebook would say no, we are not doing that. >> brian: and the fbi who sprefsed the story and these whistleblowers coming forward will be more reputation as and there not hurt reputation. joe rogan his reputation is strong for making news on his three-hour podcast. if you want to know who is joe rogan a special rolling out on fox nation right now. >> steve: okay. it is 6:16 here now in the east. >> brian: whpresident biden tous reduction act. ryu title and groceries. shutoffs looming over millions
ahead of the midterms. >> steve: plus, it's been one month since someone won the mega millions jackpot you know that? they haven't claimed the price. did somebody leave it in a glove compartment? has somebody made a mega mistake? we will go into what we know coming up live from new york city. it's "fox & friends." 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 long term consequences. now as you're thinking about all the vaccines your teen might need make sure you ask your doctor if your teen is missing meningitis b vaccination.
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kenneth gift was arrested a few hours later. no word on that motive. and it was a rough ride on a roller coaster, sending at least five people to the hospital. he wooden coaster malfunctioned toward the end of the ride last night at six flag great adventure in new jersey. multiple people complaining of back pain. one person told the "new york post" she might have chipped a tooth. the ride is now closed for inspection. and tennis star djokovic officially announcing he is out of this year's open because of his vaccination status. he tweeted, quote: sadly i will not be able to travel to new york this time for the u.s. open. i will keep in good shape and positive spirits and wait for an opportunity to compete again and he continues holding true to his convictions. >> i'm not vaccinated and i'm not planning to get vaccinated. only good news i can have is for them removing the mandate to enter the united states for exemption. ash asheville djokovic is just one of many super star athletes
refused to get the vaccine. first round of the open starts monday. winner 6 last month's $1.34 billion mega millions jackpot still has yet to claim the prize. the ticket sold gas station outskirts of chicago last month. illinois department of lottery it's possible the winner doesn't know they won. officials allow the win tore remain anonymous and they have another 11 months to claim their prize. you know, i wonder, guys, if they just are thinking about it because there is always those weird stories. >> steve: you have to hire a lawyer. >> i don't know if i would want it. >> katie: i would love it. >> brian: it's lost. the person does not know or. >> or in the trash. >> brian: and have to do this again in 5 or 10 years. >> katie: that's a real bummer. >> brian: if you lost a billion dollars lottery ticket call us. we want to know about that. >> steve: probably don't know. >> brian: embarrassed. >> steve: so you probably saw last night during "special
report" our white house correspondent was up in rockville, maryland, joe biden is essentially taking victory lap a pretty good month or two and in fact his hole numbers have ticked up significantly. >> brian: 41%. >> steve: gallup poll up six in a month to 46%. independents, democrats are going to vote for him. republicans are not. independents went up 9 points in one month interest is a have a right of women's we killed ayman zawahiri. climate drug. billions in student debt forgiveness and suddenly abortion is a major issue across the country. goh. >> katie: president biden has been off of the -- he has been away for a couple bell weeks as well which has helped. >> steve: he had covid. >> katie: that has helped his
approval ratings. >> brian: if he is not running for re-election. nobody told him. he was at his angriest yesterday. watch. >> since i took office this year gas prices are down more than a dollar this summer and we are going to keep it going down. [cheers] >> i just signed into law the historic inflation reduction act. it wasn't easy. we had to take on the big drug companies to pass this bill. >> steve: and so he also attended a fundraiser for dnc just before that. and it's interesting, because apparently there will be two messages as he hits the road. one is the reminder that democrats were able to beat back special interest in passing the legislation that we just detailed that every republican was not for. and, he is going to continue to attack the policies of donald trump and his maga allies. of the big question is america going to buy that? apparently they have market tested it. they have poll tested it. and those are two messages is he
going to run with because they feel they work. >> katie: whether americans buy it or not they are still suffering with energy prices that have gone through the roof as a result of his administration's policies. one in six u.s. households are reportedly behind on utility bills and $16 billion is owed by u.s. households in late energy bills. >> steve: right. 20 million americans cannot pay their light bill and one of the problems is the price of natural gas has doubled in one year. and supplies are getting tight. and so now, youd a inflation to that it's still at record highs. people are having to decide am i going it turn on a light or am i going to have dinner. >> brian: just helped the republicans out tremendously by saying nobody voted for the inflation reduction bill. let's make that clear so no one gets refused. i think republican can run on not voting for that if you have think this is the perfect time to spend $369 billion on clean energy. you have your man. but if you are actually paying your bills every month, utility
bills, we're-to-year they are up 30%. the thing i'm getting on the radio is: enough about gas prices it is the utility bills that have doubled. no one can understand why but they understand who is in the office since. and for him to say gas prices have been down since i took office, no, they haven't. will. >> katie: they are actually up. >> brian: if vladimir putin got all the credit for the hiking the prices, does he deserve all the credit for decreasing it? should we vote for vladimir putin is the real question? will he be on the ballot? other thing to keep in mind, too. just about all the experts are saying. i'm not rooting for this. but prices are going up after labor day. china is coming on line again. the zero covid thing whatever is happening over there, they are beginning to use and consume. so that means the price of gas logically is going up. and we will see how that goes and see if people continue to alter their schedules because gas prices got so high. he wants to run on what he passed. steve, you are right. he could check a lot of boxes.
the american people will say do we want those boxes checked? and that's ultimately going to be the decision. because is he doing things to help his party. but is he doing things to help the american people. >> steve: but, when you think about inflation reduction act, which is hilariously named because it doesn't do that but, what's in there? prescription drug prices. everybody can get behind that. but, when you read the fine print, it doesn't kick in for two years. but, nonetheless, they are going to run on it. and they are going to run hard. >> katie: they failed to mention when president joe biden took office in january of 2021, he signed an executive order that made prescription drugs increase in prices and now they are taking credit for solving a problem. >> steve: shhh. >> katie: that they started. that is something lost. >> steve: details. >> brian: if you talk to people in the biotech industry and we have great reason to be proud of the biotech industry in terms of the drugs that have reached market and the innovations that have taken place from cancer on down, this severely ham strings
that business because you are now advising that to a degree. in the short-term you are happy with the prices, but you may not be happy with the innovation that comes out of that very valuable american business. >> steve: well, let's see what he does because president biden last night was taking a victory lap celebrating his billion dollars student loan handout. but is it even legal? actually it's like half a trillion dollars. fox news legal analyst gregg jarrett weighs in on that coming up. >> katie: janice dean explores the history of the race course as the stakes returns. she joining us from the track. janice? >> janice: i know you love a cowboy hat. this is for you. live at the transfers stakes happening tomorrow live on fox sports. we are going to talk about it coming up on "fox & friends." don't go away. ♪ ♪ research shows that people remember ads with young people
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>> brian: a u.s. magistrate judge has ordered the department of justice to release redacted version of the mar-a-lago raid affidavit by noon today. this after the white house fought to keep it under wraps. so what could we actually learn and also the doj wanted it under wraps. let's ask gregg jarrett, fox news legal analyst. what does it tell you that the redaction was hanged over to the judge and he said looks good to me? i was somewhat surprised by
that. what do you read into that? >> well, i agree with you. you know, the impeerist merrick garland takes the attitude that americans aren't entitled to ask questions just trust us given their abysmal track record especially in lying to courts while seeking the magistrate gave garland until noon today. one of two things will happen garland will either seek a stay from a higher court pending an appeal or he will cherry pick certain parts of the affidavit that are totally adverse to donald trump while obscuring evidence of, perhaps, omissions of exculpatory evidence by the fai or outright misrepresentations. so i'm not optimistic we are going to get anything mean
meaningful. >> brian: so we know this, this is what they wanted to redact and the judge says that's reasonable so i guess the judge would ultimately decide if that's going to go forward. you say the doj is going to decide if that goes public? if the judge told us, i think we should see, this just what you think should be redacted which is probably names. >> yeah, i think you are going to see a lot of thick black sharpy ink all over the payments but, you know, garland has to abide by the order or seek relief from a higher court. so, it doesn't surprise me that the magistrate would capitulate to what merrick garland submitted in terms of redactions because, look, the magistrate has a vested interest here, too. he signed off on a warrant. it was a general warrant which is in direct violation of the fourth amendment to the constitution. so there may be a bit of hide-and-seek both by the court
and the department of justice. >> brian: so you have a column on foxnews.com which tackles this student loan forgiveness. the president said if you are eligible for a pell grant you can get up to 20,000 forgiveness. 10,000 if you make under $125,000. nancy pelosi told us he wasn't able to do that. he said he wasn't able to do it. why did he do it? he did it under the heroes act. does that work for you? >> no. look. not only does the higher education acted and the federal claims collection act forbid the president unilaterally to do what he is doing, he decided to do an end run by citing the heroes act. well, the doj didn't read that and neither did biden. it applies only to war military operations in national emergencies. those exigent circumstances and conditions don't currently exist. but, even if they do, the president cannot engage in
wholesale debt cancellation without congressional authorization. he would only be limited to waiving interest payments or putting a hold on payments. that's it. so, this is going to end unjust like the other presidents excessive abuses of power in which he got struck down by the courts. it was his covid mandates and his eviction moratorium and race based farm program. his moratorium on deportations. all of that was struck down by the courts, principally because biden said i don't have the power to do this and then he went ahead and did it. >> brian: started with daca and president obama and it's still there. so was able to just do that through executive order. read more about this on foxnews.com. greg, thanks for waking up with us. >> sure. >> brian: still ahead one year ago today lance corporal and 12 other service members were
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>> dylan had only been on the wall about 20 minutes before the bomb went off. he remembers bending over and picking up a child to safety. >> steve: 20-year-old marine lance corporal dylan merola right there was one of the 13 service members killed in the suicide bombing at the kabul airport one year ago today. his mother cheryl west joins us from the west coast.
good morning to you. >> good morning. >> steve: i know this is going to be a terrible day for you. your son dylann when he was killed was living his dream he always wanted to be a marine and he was. >> he wanted to be a marine since he was a little boy. >> steve: tell us a little bit about dylann. >> dylann was a very happy, just outgoing loving permanent. he loved helping others. he loved being there for everybody. just enjoying life. >> steve: i understand that he was posted to afghanistan just two weeks earlier. so, you know, it's got to be so frustrating looking back at the timeline. and i know that when he was done he planned to go to college and one day, perhaps, be an engineer. what was. >> yes. he had hopes.
>> steve: indeed. what was the last phone call you had with him like? >> dylan had called me to -- first to let me know that they were moving locations. and that he -- they didn't know exactly when they would have cell service again to be able to contact me. he contacted me a couple days later to let me know that he was okay, that they were just busy working. >> steve: yeah. and so he was just doing his duty. there is a story out this morning that apparently one of the marines who survived has told people that apparently the cia warned them that there was a suicide bomber in that region and told them exactly what he looked like. they identified him two days before but said don't kill him. we're just going to watch him. given the fact that had they taken him out, none of this
could have happened, that's got to be so frustrated for the families involved in this. >> yes. it's very frustrating to know that they had options at this point to not allow something like this go on. >> steve: i know in the last year your other son brandon has enlisted. he is now in infantry training in the marine corps. and you as a gold star mother, i'm sure you have been reflecting on your son's service and the service of so many children of moms and dads all across the country who are on post this morning. >> yes. my son did join the marine corps back in january. he was currently serving his tour out and i pray for all of the kids that are out there and all the marines and all their
families. >> steve: we all do. and it's got to be just so frustrating for the families and for so many people looking in because you know, the president's own general said don't end it this way and he didn't have to do it this way. including your son. it's goes to be so frustrating to you. >> it's very frustrating. they did have options. the withdrawal process was completely botched. i think if they had done it the right way and had it organized, you don't remove your troops from afghanistan and then put more children back in there. >> steve: cheryl, we thank you very much for joining us on this one year later after the death of those brave measures and your son dylan. just know that there are a lot
of people who have been praying for your family for the last year. >> thank you. i appreciate that from everybody. my entire family appreciates all the support we have had. >> steve: all right. hang in there. thank you, cheryl. >> thank you. >> steve: all right. by the way, there is a fox news digital series examining the consequences of the u.s. military withdrawal from afghanistan. go to foxnews.com. and, of course, we honor all of the 13 u.s. service members killed at the kabul airport attack one year ago today. there they are. may they all rest in peace: as a musician living with diabetes, fingersticks can be a real challenge. that's why i use the freestyle libre 2 system. with a painless, one-second scan i know my glucose numbers without fingersticks. now i'm managing my diabetes better
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we did the preakness and belmont this is a lot of the compete here at sargt and 153rd travers stakes takes place tomorrow. tom derwin works across the street national museum of racing and hall of fame. we got to have a tour with him yesterday and he also taught me how to call a race. take a look. and they are off. >> and they're off. >> and they're off. [cheer] >> and here cobino. he won. >> tom der kin, one of the greatest, if not the greatest horse racing announcers of all time. >> condo commando was splash tastic. >> tell me why saratoga is such an important place to race.
>> history. we have been running races here since 1863. >> all the best horses and trainers and jockeys congregate here. >> janice: famous horse statue here. >> secretary. grave yards of favorites. he was a favorite favorite in the whitney race and he lost to a horse called onion. only lost one race and that was right here at saratoga and he was maybe the greatest horse that ever lived. >> really? >> here is how it happened. fan of war. fancy before the race and he turns around like this and the minute did he that the guy started the race. man o war was facing the wrong direction and he still only lost by half a lap. >> i see a trophy. >> the man o war cup which was the trophy the man o war got. it only comes traverse day. this is how to call a horse race and can you actually call a
horse race. this must be one of your favorite races. >> one i know about. here is the winner rachel won! she is indeed rachel alexandra the great. >> you announce races for a very lock time. >> 43 years. >> janice: wow, you must have memorable moments that you think about. >> yes. >> and close calls? >> lots of close calls. and i think we are going to see one here. >> janice: let's do it. the great tom durkin, i'm a little nervous. i'm not going to lie. >> be quiet because we're on the air. >> and they're off. in the traverse. holly bolt breaks in stride and concern is only 50 lengths in the lead. they are making their way in the back stretch and the follow in front now. >> down by a half link. >> and there is cause for concern. they are coming down the final furlong. it's still holly bolt desperately trying to hold as
the horse race can be coming down to the wire. wins, what a hero. [cheers] >> race horse coming down to the wire. holly bowl wins. >> janice: tom, i don't know how do you it that's the longest two minutes in sports. >> you have got a script. >> janice: yes, i had a script. thank you, tom durkin for giving us one of the greatest experiences of all time. of course, when you come to saratoga you can see the museum and hall of fame here. it's wonderful. and saratoga springs by the way one of the most beautiful places on earth. >> katie: that's true. >> steve: you were fantastic. >> janice: the travers stakes takes place on fox sports starting tomorrow at 4:30. you don't want to miss it. i will be live on "fox & friends" tomorrow morning as well. back to you. >> steve: janice, i started to say you were fantastic in the booth. have you ever considered using the horse race announcer voice
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chris labor is. of course he is our featured performer today all-american concert series brought to you by our friends at p and g and low's. going to start singing on the stage in one hour. and we will talk to him in a half an hour. >> katie: happy friday, great way to kick off the weekend and start wrapping up summer. we are not quite there yet but we are getting there. >> brian: steve, you never were a singer, right? katie, were you? >> katie: i attempted i loved reba mcentire. >> steve: i cut a record back in the 1980s. when i was down in washington working at a local station. i was throwing how to synthesize voices. anybody could be a singer. >> katie: everybody the karaoke holiday parties. >> brian: how were sales? >> steve: we didn't sell any. we took the video and we showed it to foreigner which was appearing at the patriot center that night and they just laughed. they said don't quit your day job so i didn't.
>> brian: if you are chris lane and you are singing that song. do you think the first time you brought your wife or girlfriend home you have to image it to make money. >> steve: always a story behind it. >> katie: maybe we can ask him later. >> brian: jot that down. >> steve: i'm surprised he wasn't going to ask about pumpkin spice latte. the mac elmores here today. final day cooking here at fox square. you have made all kinds of fantastic things for us. >> there you go. >> katie: look at that handshake. >> yes. something tells me, steve, you didn't cut a record, you probably broke a record. [laughter] >> brian: that's great. >> always got jokes. so, inside, y'all have the pig in the blankets and got a special little mayonnaise mustard sauce with it we have also got the pork belly with the chris partnership cream donuts. katie, we decided to give you one just a little bit bigger than the boys. >> katie: wow. so nice of you and thank you. all these spices look delicious.
you can take that home. thank you very much. there is blueberries in here for the breakfast theme. as we say barbecue for breakfast is always a good idea. >> got you guys a gift. >> got you a gift to go home with. where is ryan lane at? ryan has been our hero here. lane barbecue has supplied us with the spices with a the roof the foods, so we are going to send you all home with a little three pack. we got one here too. >> brian: knives and spices this semester. >> birthday coming up this weekend. and parents 34th anniversary. >> steve: congratulations. >> a day apart. happy birthday to mom and happy anniversary. i want to say thank you to all of our partners out there and our sponsor that helped us pull off all 14 weeks. fort hood coming up next week. but it takes a lot. a lot of people don't see the behind the scenes. >> steve: take as village. >> takes a lot to pull this together. >> brian: absolutely great team. [applause] >> steve: you have done a great job. >> katie: see you guys soon. >> brian: you always smell exactly the same.
>> we smell like smoke. >> that's right. >> one of these days we will get brian to eat. >> brian: not just during the show. >> on camera. bye guys see you up close shortly. >> steve: that's right. they will let the vips in and start feeding them breakfast and chris lane starts singing at the top of the hour. >> katie: sounds great. looking forward to it. >> brian: meanwhile a new report that indicates the president's plan to forgive student debt will actually end up costing taxpayers $500 billion or more. >> katie: the biden administration admitting it has no real way to know the cost. >> steve: alexandria hoff is live at the white house with the details that we know because alexandria, there is much we don't know like where is the money coming from and who is going to get it and how much is it going to cost and all that stuff? >> yeah, there is a whole lot that the white house doesn't know. right now they say they just have a rough estimate. total cost of this depends on how many of these canceled loans were expected to be repaid and how many people actually participate in this program. listen. >> assuming that 75% of folks
who take us on, on the president student loan cancellation plan, and you look at the average monetary -- the average cash flow on that, it's going to be about $24 billion per year. >> assuming there multd ply that over 10 years and far less than the $442,600,000,000,000 that the committee for responsible federal budget projected yesterday, but according to the president, it will all work out. >> thanks to our historic deficit reduction, we can afford to cancel $10,000 in student debt and $20,000 if you are on a pell grant. [applause] for tens of millions of americans making under 125,000. this is a game changer. >> fellow democrats are included in those critical -- president's midterm gesture pointing to what they say is a lack of fairness and fiscal responsibility. there is a legal side of the president's executive action,
too. >> he is relying on emergency powers because of covid. it is an abuse of power. it's not constitutional. but the people that should pay for it are not the american taxpayers. it should be the universities should be responsible, who has benefited the most from all of this exorbitant debt that's been taken out over the last generation? it's the universities. >> legal challenges are expected as you heard governor desantis speaking to there. the president was able to take this action. under the covid-19 national emergency status and if you will remember, it's a status that the administration when it came to preserving title 42, found to not be valid anymore. steve, katie, brian? >> steve: alexandria, thank you very much. >> katie: using a law passed after 9/11 for our service members to be able to go to school. >> steve: the hero's act. >> katie: correct. >> brian: bring in senator tom cotton senate armed services committee. senate judiciary and economics
committee and senate intelligence committee. also fought in the infantry. >> steve: any committees you are not on? >> brian: also, i know you are a lawyer. you went to a lot of college and you know what it is like to go to expensive colleges, too. you tweeted out right immediately after this how your 12k3r5068 disapproval about this, about the forgiveness of debt. have you changed your mind? >> no, brian. i think we have only been vindicated now that there is new estimates saying this will cost $500 billion. more than all the spending in their budget-busting bill from earlier this month combined. it's also deeply unfair. just think about all of the arkansans who never went to college, got a job. started a small business, say a hair salon on a lawn service business, they are not getting their small business loans paid off. think about all the people that went to college and worked to put themselves through college, whether they were working as a waiter, as a bartender, think about the people who went to college and took out loans and paid it back or owho had parents
who had saved for them and paid off their education, they are not going to benefit from this in fact, they are hurt by it, because they are now picking up the tab for $500 billion of other people's loans. there is no such thing as loan cancellation or loan forgiveness. just a matter hough pays it. now it's hardworking taxpayers who are going to be paying the bills for this. and it's just going to encourage university administrators who raise tuition higher and spend more money on needless jobs like schools with 160 different diversity coordinators. this is going to hurt so many americans. >> steve: yeah. you know, as katie had mentioned a moment ago, the hero's act is the justification by the department of education according to the secretary of education that they are using. hero's act 2003 was to help men and women who served in average and iraq when we were fighting two wars. >> brian: like you. >> steve: so then, after that donald trump was -- said, you know what? we are in a time of emergency
beings with the pandemic, we'll use it at that point. the biden administration, you know, half the time they are saying there is no cody dough worry about for the post part, but then, yesterday, they said it's an emergency, regarding covid. and last night the president was up in rockville, maryland, not too far from where you are sitting, and there were thousands of people sitting six inches from each other clearly no covid standards there. so, covid is over if it's convenient for joe's victory tour. >> yeah, but it's not over if it's not convenient for his political goals. steve, i have a new book coming out called only the strong. i write about the progressive movement and what it's done to weaken american power. what it's done to trample all over our constitution. this is really a classic progressive move. rather than going through the people's elected representatives, the members of congress, joe biden has used the vast powers of the administrative state to reward
his political supporters in higher education. this shoud be done, again, by law it should not be used old laws that don't apply to these circumstances that are stretched beyond all recognition. but, again, as i explain in my book, only the strong, this is a classic progressive move. they don't respect the constitution. they don't want to use our constitutional system of government. they want to use the vast administrative state they have created over the last century to advance their own political goals and reward their own political supporters. >> katie: senator, president joe biden last night in rockville was also touting accomplishments that were solely passed by democrats, not by bipartisan nature with republicans and democrats. and take a listen to what he said about maga republicans. >> so how extreme are these maga republicans? just take a look what happened since the supreme court overturned roe v. wade. in red states, after red state, there is a race to pass the most restrictive abortion limitations imaginable. if the maga republicans win control of the congress, it
won't matter where you live, women won't have the right to choose anywhere. i respect conservative republicans. i don't respect these maga republicans. the maga republicans don't just threaten our personal rights and economic security. they are a threat to our very democracy. >> katie: senator, your response. >> well, it's rich for joe biden to be talking about threats to our democracy. it's joe biden and the democratic party who, for instance, refused to accept that hillary clinton lost the election in 2016. they used friends and corrupt fbi officials like jim comey and andy mccabe and peter strzok and lisa page to try to delegitimize president trump. just in the last few months, they have turned a blind eye as left wingage twrarts protesting outside the homes of conservative supreme court justices in direct violation of federal law. they -- which resulted in a lunatic, a democratic hitman from california flying to washington, d.c. to try to assassinate brett kavanaugh.
remember last fall when merrick garland sicked the feds on parents who went to school boards because they were worried about mask mandates or their kids' curriculum. joe biden and the democratic party are the ones that have a lot to answer to violating norms and threatening our traditional democratic standards let alone what he is doing at the border. afghanistan, you know what happened last year the biggest disaster in american military history. it's all the president's idea. as all the commanders came out and said listen i told him it was going to be bad. it was worse. now there is a story out that abdul who was at bagram air base and released from prison sat around abby gate for two days. the cia said this is the guy. he wants trouble. is he going to be the bomber. we did not kill him. so he ended up blowing himself up and killing 13 americans. and injuring hundreds more let alone afghanys, we will not name him as the killer what is your reaction to this administration
getting a pass and not name the assassin and allow him to do his job even though the cia identified him two days before? brian another for example of president biden's weakness threatening us in afghanistan but all around the world. today is the one year anniversary of the tragic suicide bombing in afghanistan that killed 13 of our brave troops hundreds of innocent civilians, one of those marines i remember meeting his family last year at the memorial service for him. i want to offer my prayer was and my condolences to all those we lost and their families and their loved ones, this was a tragedy but it was also more than a tragedy as you point out a strategic disaster of the first order. as i explain in my book only the strong, there is a reason why vladimir putin began building up troops on ukraine's border just a few weeks after the tee back
in afghanistan. while xi jinping thinks he can fire missiles all around taiwan and get away with it, while the ayatollahs in iran think they can send operatives to america to assassinate governor officials. while one almost did fulfill the ayatollah stat log simon rushdie it all goes back to joe biden and the way he projects weakness. that weakness was on display most notably in afghanistan and this latest story about refusing to identify this potential bomber is an example how they want to bury the afghanistan debacle. unfortunately living with us for as long as joe biden is president. >> steve: the cia said don't kill him. we are just going to watcher him. you mentioned the person from arkansas who was killed one year ago today there were 12 others. one was lance corporal merola. we spoke to his mother about a half hour ago, senator, she,
too, frustrated at the way that this administration this administration ordered the withdrawal. watch. this this is very frustrating to know that they had options at this point the withdrawal process was completely botched. i think if he had this done it the right way and had it organized, you don't remove your troops from afghanistan and put more children back in there leave 2,500 people there and nato forces as well. he said nope, everybody has got to go with tragic consequences. >> yes, steve, my heart just breaks for those families that lost loved ones a year ago today because this was a preventable attack.
if the biden administration had been more organized, it had a better coherent plan. if joe biden had listened to those warnings, we would not have had to rush thousands of troops back into afghanistan to evacuate all those american citizens. remember, that's why they were there. these were more troops than we had had in afghanistan for many months because of the debacle the way joe biden executed this withdrawal by closing bagram air base. by refusing to provide air support for the afghan army. by withdrawing civilian mechanics there to keep the afghan air force itself flying. these are long series of mistakes that led to that tragic suicide bombing a year ago. >> brian: remember having empty planes left at bagram air base with nobody on board. we left thousands behind and veterans had to rally to lee their jobs to get them out. and this administration wants to just to move on. we cannot allow that to happen. >> the nightmare lives on for the families who were affected and you have written op-ed at
foxnews.com more on this top particular and thanks so much for your time this morning. senator tom cotton. >> thank you all. >> steve: he mentioned his book "only the strong" comes out on november the 1st. i have a feeling have you preorder today. >> katie: you probably could. >> steve: read all about it, time for symptom news and ash live joins us. >> ashley: good morning all three of you. happy friday morning. start weather forecast border. texas troopsers arresting an illegal immigrant in the rio grande valley who was previously deported, was at least a previously deported felon. the man had outstanding warrant for child sex crimes. and he had three kids in the car with him. and a border patrol hat on his dash. meanwhile, secretary alan degree mayorkas met with border patrol agents in eagle pass, texas yesterday. that visit comes after he blasted governor greg abbott for taking border security into his own hand and as texas continues shuttling migrants to the big apple, new york city has signed deals with 14 hotels for
emergency housing to take the stress off of the overwhelmed shelter system knocking new billboards popping up in liberal california cities and warning residents to rethink moving to texas by invoking the horrific mass shooting at rob elementary school. quote, the texas miracle died in uvalde. don't move to texas unclear who is behind those ads. comes as record numbers of people leaving california for the red states according to a recent study one in 10 texas transplants is from california. washington state governor jay hinckley is announcing his intent to follow california's lead with the ban on the sale of new gas powered vehicles. california voted yesterday in favor of a plan for a total ban by 2035 starting in 2026, only 35% of all of new vehicles sold can run on fossil fuels. that would increase each year. britney spears is back with her first new song since 2016. the pop star pairing up with the
legendary elton john for highly anticipated duet. ♪ hold me closer tiny dancer. ♪ count the headlights on the highway ♪ lay me down. >> called "hold me closer" the song is a mash up of the rocket man's tiny dancer and the one. spears fans say she sounds just like she did in her prime. you know, i saw elton john actually on my honeymoon this year. i was so excited. >> brian: was it good. >> so good. i love britney spears singing wise a little dicey on social media. she has a good voice. >> brian: how do they know each other? eight. >> katie: they have known each other for years. >> steve: my son took me i had front row seats. >> katie: front row that's a good kid. >> britney spears in vegas it all kind of imploded.
>> katie: maybe it will come back. i'm grateful to see that she is back and working because she has been wanting to do that for a while. >> brian: what is tiny dancer about. >> steve: epic song that goes back to the 70s. >> steve: it's not about dancers per se. ains. >> katie: about marilyn monroe, isn't it? pretty sure. >> brian: how many songs does he sing about her? >> steve: two, candle in the winged and that she had tweeted out, apparently i read about in this morning that she loved tiny dancer like five years ago they were able to get together. they did this song. i watched the video this morning. they don't appear in it. >> katie: just audio. >> brian: you watched the video this morning? >> katie: research. >> steve: driving and watching. >> brian: fantastic. >> steve: it's catchy. very discoy. >> brian: i wish her the best. georgetown university is forcing their students to mask up this semester. but, making it optional for faculty in the same classroom.
two students join us next to react. >> katie: janice dean live at historic saratoga race course the preview of the travers stakes. there she is. ll miss. 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 long term consequences. now as you're thinking about all the vaccines your teen might need make sure you ask your doctor if your teen is missing meningitis b vaccination.
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you this seems more about control than science as we have been seeing for a couple of years now. >> absolutely. would would told when we came back to campus we had to have a mask on. you don't have to wear a mask in the gym. you don't have to wear a mask in the cafeteria, library. not in the dorm. only in the classroom with the professor. as soon as all the students leave class and go into the hallway, we all rip our mask off. the same group of people now without mask suddenly covid doesn't exist. what makes the worst part of it the professors don't even have to wear their mask. completely pointless and senseless georgetown on par with covid. >> seems like a punishment for the students while the faculty kind of gets to do what they feel is most comfortable. why do you think they are doing
this investigation of optics, follow the science, up until now georgetown could claim they have been following the science. now the cdc says it's time to finally mo on, you know, it's time for us to move on not wanting us to move on. it's not doing anything because as kaitlin says you go out in the hall and take off your mask and you don't have masks on so really not doing much. >> katie: georgetown university has put the students through the ringer, required vaccination sh. you guys didn't get any of your money for virtual classes and yet they continue to charge exorbitant amounts of money for this instruction that was happening online when cos it end and do you have any resource against the professors.
are any professors who agree with you standing up for the students? > absolutely. jessica and i are juniors not a single year without covid on campus. i spent my entire freshman year in my living room doing class. not the same experience as college campus. georgetown has made sure there are harsh repercussions if you choose not to follow these policies. i mean, in class if you don't wear your mask, your professor will definitely call you out. you will be canceled. and georgetown will actually give you academic probation. last year, one of my friends was in the cafeteria and didn't have mask on, and, of course, when you are sitting down and eating you don't have to have your mask on but as soon as you stand up you have to have it on. he was given academic probation for a full year for going against these policies. really no way for us to really fight back against the policies. >> katie: unscientific. it's outrageous and seems a lot more about control than about keeping students healthy, we
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>> good morning to you, happy friday. >> katie: new york city on fox square. tell us about what your plans are for the road. >> yeah. so i have been out on the road all year long. even through the summer and then towards the end of the year here i'm going to have to take a significant amount of time off for baby number two. >> katie: congratulations. >> thank you. i'm expecting any day right now. >> katie: get some more barbecue for two. >> that's right. >> steve: at love people know your wife. she is a famous tv person. >> so my wife was on the bachelor back in the day and. >> steve: remember lauren? >> yeah. and we met shortly after that show and kept in touch for four or five years. and then finally started hanging out. >> steve: when you say finally started hanging out. i read one report that you decided you know, i'm going to invite her on vacation with some friends. and then essentially you made it clear you never wanted to get married. you never wanted to have kids, blah, blah, blah. >> i tried to do the norm half
thing and run and she tried do the same exact thing here we are married with one child and another on the way. >> steve: congratulations. >> brian: everyone listens to your music but we have been listening all morning. how would you describe your type of piewnk? some of it sounds pop. some sounds traditional country and some sounds new country. >> i think it's a mix of everything. i think from 10 years old to 60 years old could absolutely love every song, you know what i mean? something for everybody. >> brian: but where is your passion? if you were to put on your favorite artist, what is on your play list. >> i'm a huge kenny chesney fan, huge tim mcgraw fan. i feel like that's my love and that's what i love. i just had a career moment a couple weeks ago with tim mcgraw asked me to come up and sing. at a show i was opening up with him one of my career highlights for sure. >> brian: did he text that for you? >> no. he asked before he went on
stage. he said would you like to come up and sing i liked it, i loved it, i said absolutely. >> steve: worried you might not remember all the lyrics? >> yes. i know the song like the bang of my hand of the many i got so nervous before i was about to go up there studying the lyrics i would have to do. so i wouldn't mess it up. >> katie: i grew up my dad taking me to country music concerts, reba mcentire and brooks and dunn. those who haven't made it big like you, do you have any karaoke tips for us. >> if you are going to sing karaoke you got to go with crowd favorites. friends in low places always works. >> steve: very loud background. when he starts singing here in 24 minutes, pay special attention to the guy on drums because you have pretty much been with corey since birth since he has been with your twin brother. >> we are identical twins which
is an amazing thing. we have grew up together, done everything together. and now that we get to play music together, it's been really special. but, yeah, everybody gets us confused. it's pretty crazy. >> katie: two kids one on the way, right? >> that's true. you. >> katie: you are married now which you tried to avoid. it happened. and you get to play with your brother. that's great. >> brian: it's going to be great concert. are you ready? >> man, i'm ready. thank you all so much for having me. [cheers] >> let's go. >> steve: kick things off in 25 minutes. in the meantime go with janice dean back in saratoga horse racing and weather. >> janice: absolutely. the travers stakes, the 153rd transfers stakes takes place tomorrow in saratoga. we have to talk about the weather because it could affect racing today on friday taking look at upstate new york we had showers and thunderstorms that moved through the area. some of these actually could turn severe later on today. large hail, damaging winds, even
isolated tornadoes. so, areas across new york in towards new england, you need to keep an eye to the sky and, of course, fox weather.com we'll keep you posted. 77 in new york. the showers haven't moved in but they will later today. there is the forecast for saratoga springs. once we get through today, tomorrow is wonderful weather. 79 degrees is your daytime high. partly sunny skies. it's going to be great for race day. we have rich strikes trainer coming up in the 8:00 hour. of course, i love eric reed. he has become a good friend of mine over the last several months. we are going to talk to him because rich strike is going to be racing at the traverse tomorrow. coming up and on fox sports, you can see all the live coverage starting at 4:30 on fox tomorrow. all right. let's take a look at the break and then coming back, more of "fox & friends." ♪
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>> brian: today marks one year since a suicide bomber killed 13 service members. during biden's botched withdraw from afghanistan that left taliban rule. here to react retired general jack keane. a year ago we watched this disaster unfold and abby gate explode. one year later, is it as bad as you thought it would be? it is and it is really hard to accept this outcome, frankly, even a year later after having indulged it for all of this time. and certainly today we honor the 13 troops killed there protecting the afghan people and also trying to get them out. it's so heart-breaking because they were on the very cusp of leaving themselves and certainly the frustration that the
families feel over how this emergency evacuation took place and why it even had to take place certain liver adds to their suffering and their grief. listen, for those who served in afghanistan, we got to get this record straight here how we ended this does not diminish what you were able to accomplish for 20 years. we went there to make sure that the taliban did not protect the al-qaeda so they can have a sanctuary from which to attack the united states again. that mission was accomplished for 20 years of service. and that sacrifice of our troops who were killed and wounded as well. but feel good about that. and don't let this gut punch of an exit diminish that service for you. because that was accomplished and we're proud of it. >> brian: i hear you. this is a great generation of fighting men and women. general, do you agree that many have concluded that if we don't leave the way we left, that
ukraine doesn't get invaded and perhaps the belligerence isn't shown by china against taiwan? >> yeah. i mean, we can't prove it, but the facts seem to support it i mean, months later putin shows up 170,000 troops on the ukraine border. he invades a few months after that china has become considerably more aggressive with taiwan and began way before the most recent aggression over the pelosi visit. the iranians up their game in terms of their proxy wars that they are fighting in the middle east and certainly trying to kill americans on american soil as we speak. so, yes, i mean, i think the facts speak for themselves. adversaries were elm bolteddenned. they saw this as american weakness. and they are taking advantage of it. and certainly, can you imagine how the radical islamists around the world are emboldened by america surrendering the country
to a terrorist organization, the taliban, who was obviously going to protect the al-qaeda so they can thrive and grow again. so, certainly there has been adverse strategic implications of this decision. >> brian: ukrainians are fighting like warriors, they seemed to have forced russia into a stand still to the point where vladimir putin has ordered a sharp increase in the size of his armed forces. >> we lost him? >> brian: we can still hear you. >> my god. >> brian: tell the general we are still there. and in fact, if anyone can hear me just have him answer the question is vladimir putin going to bolster his force fers by 137,000? now what he is going to do is have an active duty service draft of 137,000, that's coming in the fall general, we know that vladimir putin is going to get 137,000 more troops shortly because they bolstered their troops every year but he wants
them right away. what does that -- now we lost him. we will try to get him back. meanwhile, let me give you this side note that i was going to get to at the end but i will give it to you at the beginning, all right, actually, we got him back. can you hear me? >> yes, i got you loud and clear. >> brian: vladimir putin needs more people. where is he going to get them? he doesn't want to do a draft. >> okay we got to stop it, guys. >> brian: he has got to give me a written response i'm sure certainly. >> steve: i can answer. >> brian: i will say this. it shows that he is absolutely at a stand still and a desperation. he can't instill a draft because it will show panic bus but he has lost 80,000 people including some of his key generals and guerrilla warfare taking control. saturday at 8:00 and repeated at 11:00, all-star lineup set to get underway. senator marco rubio on the fight of his life, perhaps for six
more years in the senate. is he going to be joining us live. gerald kushner reacts to a possible signing of the iranian keel in his book. h.r. mcmasters similar interview to what we had with general jack keane as he talks about battlefield and jamie lissow funniest people in america go over the biggest stories he is not afraid to laugh about. still ahead on this show, mark zuckerberg says facebook suppressed the story on hunter biden's laptop seven days in 2020. thanks to it a warning from the fbi. we will tell you why coming up and let you hear it for yourself. plus, it's national dog day and one new jersey bar with celebrating with a yappy hour. you are watch telling now. the pawsome event for owners and their furry best friends ♪ nothing but a hound dog ♪ crying all the time ♪ well, you ain't never going to
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the attractions opened six years ago that's a big no for me. check out the most republican i can park you agroup of high school seniors in nevada turned their spots into a giant american flag display. the teens explained their inspiration earlier on "fox & friends first." >> i love our country and wanted to show how much i loved it and represent it in something that you can visually see and nothing better than our parking spot that we see every day. >> the project duke around 12 hours to complete and lasting tribute to america. guys, they were very patriotic, all of them. >> katie: i love that. that's awesome. good for them. >> brian: great job. terrific. >> katie: great group of guys. thank you very much. >> steve: switching gears. >> katie: happy hour at one of new jersey's bars has gone to the dogs. >> brian: as we celebrate national dog day people can bring their furry friends for off leash happy yappy hour.
>> steve: joins us now from asbury park which we associate with bruce springsteen the boss. but, debbie, you are the boss there tell us where you got the idea. >> i got the idea about 15 years ago i started it. i had lived in south beach and they used to do something like this at a little hotel there on sunday afternoons. for the older people to bring their little dogs. so i started 15 years ago. but, i developed the concept into we would do it and charge a fee at the door for donations. and we give the money to all different rescues. like husky house, mid atlanta bulldog rescue. pug squad. >> katie: debbie, it looks like the v.i.p. group of dogs you have there, i have to know if the pawpaprazi come. >> in of course we are we are
here to slis with everybody and welcome everybody and have a good time. >> brian: when you think about happy hour. you usually think about drinking. are thing toes and the masters drinking? >> the masters can drink. the dogs are not allowed to. [laughter] they are not allowed to have toys, treats, or foods on the yappy hour deck. we have to keep them sort of under control because everybody is loose. >> steve: sometimes. >> sometimes we have 200 dogs. >> brian: lucid. >> steve: that's a lot of dogs playing in the little pools and that's a lot of owners who are having a pabst blue ribbon or whatever you are serving there. >> brian: way the best, pants. >> a lot of boring debbie, i ths is great idea. instead of walking your dog walk it over to the bar have some fun
and i'll have a drink. >> absolutely. and then the dogs are all loose so they can play with each other and enjoy the pool and enjoy their fellow pups. >> katie: international dog day any time really when it's hot in the summertime those pools look pretty refreshing. >> steve: check it out ashbury park in new jersey. >> brian: if you are in the area, go. >> thank you so much. thank you for having us. >> steve: you bet. have a great friday at yappy hour. >> thank you. >> katie: i love it. >> brian: would you bring your swimming trunks or just the dog. >> katie: just the dog. >> steve: after 300 dogs have been in the pool. answer the question. >> katie: may be better than the human pool. >> steve: than that's so true especially after little kids. do don't anywhere country star chris lane coming up next right here on "fox & friends." ♪ ♪ you can't see the city lights ♪ everybody's dancing with rinvoq.
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♪ you can't quit mama give it to me ♪ ♪ never lay down ♪ 's pt welcome to the 8:00 hour of "fox & friends." you are looking at the all-american summer concert series continuing this morning on the fox square with chris lane performing his hit song, "fix." we'll be out there with him. smells like barbecue. >> steve: i'm kind of having double vision. chris lane is the performer, but the lead singer and his twin brother, cory, is the guy on the drums. and they look, aside from the fact that one has his baseball cap facing forward and the other backwards, they look identical. >> katie: he said they are identical twins, right? >> steve: turned around to the camera, would you? [laughter] >> katie: it's a family affair. they are both very talented. >> steve: look at that! twins. >> brian: canton, ohio, after this, got a big tour.
over two years, couldn't do anything. so many of these men and women drive almost all their revenue from live events because of the way the music industry is right now. they get so little for the songs, especially if they don't write them. and the streaming world is really unfair. so they say, i'm going to sell my tissues then go on stage. if you take that away, they are in trouble. >> katie: we are happy to have them and there's a bunch of folks out there, barbecue on the grill. >> steve: they are going to be doing it and do an event in texas next week. after that, every friday, brian will have the pumpkin spice concession in front of the world headquarters because he's just crazy about it. >> katie: only after september! >> brian: but there's technology, engineers working on this. i've got emails from around the country of people who have found a way to get pumpkin spice into the being, then you pour the
water in and it brews instead of going into a syrup. >> katie: i taught you how to do this with no syrup yesterday, i don't think you listen to me. >> brian: roasting. >> steve: you suggested yesterday that dna technologists get together to figure out how it -- then it wouldn't be a pum coffee bean, t would be a pumpkinseed. >> katie: not yet, it's too early for this! it is still summertime! [laughs] >> steve: anyway, the final hour this friday. big news, a judge has ordered the department of justice to make its redacted version of the speech of search affidavit published today. it could happen any moment. >> katie: but the big question remains, how much will the government actually allow the american people to see? >> brian: interesting, kind of a quick turnaround. alex? >> good morning. there was reductions too have a
come of it they said they met the burden of showing proposed reductions narrowly tailored to serve the government's legitimate interest in the integrity and the ongoing investigation and the least onerous alternatives to releasing the whole affidavit. so the unprecedented raid on former president trump's residence, fox news analyst gregg jarrett is not overly optimistic about what we'll f find. >> they will either seek a stay from a higher court pending an appeal, or he will cherry pick certain parts of the affidavit that are totally adverse to donald trump. so i'm not optimistic we are going to get anything mean meaningful. >> according to cnn, during the negotiation process over documents, the national archives had requested that correspondence between former president trump and north korean leader kim jong un be returned. they wanted it to be overnighted
via fedex. an ally of the former president also published a letter that revealed the biden white house had communicated with the archives over the issue of executive privilege, and trump took to social media, writing this. "joe biden said he knew nothing about the break-in of mar-a-lago where the greatest political attack in the history of the u.s. does anyone really believe this?" the white house maintains they were not aware. >> the president was not brief. no one at the white house was brief. we are not briefed on investigation. we did not know about that. we learned about that from your reporting. >> the white house has maintained that the president is committed to keeping any investigation by the doj "free of political influence." katie, steve, brian? >> steve: that's the goal. thank you very much. switching gears, yesterday joe rogan, who apparently -- i didn't realize the podcast can go three hours. >> katie: oh, yes.
all of them are. >> brian: all of them. >> steve: oh, my goodness. wait, our show is three hours, too. [laughter] his guest across the studio was mark zuckerberg, the guy who runs meta, also known as instagram and facebook. the guy who runs all of that. joe rogan got mark zuckerberg to admit that facebook got it wrong in censoring "the new york post" story about hunter biden's laptop. had that been widely distributed, who knows what would've happened with the election of 2020. here is that dialogue yesterday on the rogan show. >> basically the background here is the fbi basically came to us, some folks on our team, and was like, "hey, just so you know, you should be on high alert. we thought there was a lot of russian propaganda in the 2016 election. we have it on notice that basically there is about to be some kind of dump similar to that, so just be vigilant."
i think it was five or seven days when it was basically being determined whether it was false. the distribution on facebook was decreased, the people were still allowed to share it. you could still share it, you could still consume it. >> did they specifically say you needed to be on guard about that story? >> no, i don't remember if it was not specifically, but it basically fit the pattern. >> katie: keep in mind at that same time the fbi had the hunter biden laptop in their possession and they were sitting on the end of the election. so they knew it wasn't russian disinformation, yet they told facebook just to be on the lookout in case something about dropped. >> brian: so joe rogan did a great follow-up question. "did they tell you to look out for the story?" and he said, "no." he went on to say they have a third party to look at these disputed stories, and he didn't say the third party signed off on it, but they wouldn't do what twitter did and ban it, but suppress it. remarkably easily.
"i've done it before, it's not hard. excuse me, did i say that?" you would think he would say "i regret now not having a third-party follow-up and finding out who is on the other end of these emails." or also, "hi, everybody prayed this is facebook. can you put hunter on? hunter, i've got a laptop with your emails on it. i want to know if that is a real story or not. is it? yes or no, his emails? you don't want to talk to me?" what about all the people around him? pick out one or two. and if you are a third-party getting paid well for facebook you could find out something as consequential as something that could possibly compromise the big guy, joe biden, and affect he vote for, no doubt about it. but if this is a legitimate story, the voter needs to know about this. so he says he suppressed the story and both sides got mad at him. no, they didn't. not one democrat is mad at him, especially after "zuckerbucks" by the millions went to take
them at key democrats. there are a few people more responsible for joe biden's win than that man, mark zuckerberg. >> steve: and he was the biggest titan and big tech, and big tech squarely set against donald trump. they said four years earlier, "we can't let him get reelected." facebook put out a statement to fox news and said, regarding what he set on the rogan show, "we took those warnings seriously." keep in mind there were 50 intel community people who said there was russian disinformation. >> katie: which was a lie. >> steve: they want on to say, "as mark said when he testified before congress, we didn't block "the new york post" story. we temporarily reduced its distribution to give fact-checking partners time to review it." listen, they brought it to such a reduced rate, nobody could find it. the only way you could find it was to go to "the new york post" story, their website. we had it here on fox news.
daily mail had it, as well. before the election, they said it's russian disinformation. they verified it was true. great interview with joe rogan. he is the subject of a brand-new fox nation show called "who is joe rogan? ?" available now. check it out at foxnation.com if you don't have it yet. >> brian: just so you know, mark zuckerberg, where he stood, $45 million report into georgia and $75 million went to democrats. 90% of it went to democrats in pennsylvania. $8 million went to ohio. it didn't work, donald trump won it, but 70% went to democrats. so why is it if that story was against donald trump, do you really think the third party would have had a problem and would have suppressed it? nate silver also yesterday came out from 538 and said, "liberal elites pressured pfizer to delay the enhancement that they had a vaccine. they had a vaccine before the election, and pfizer held it
until after the election." everyone is talking about voting on this and that. forget about that. forget about any discrepancies you can't prove. this is something that should disserve liz cheney and adam kinzinger. this affected the election outside the sources. nothing electronic, forget about the stuff you can't prove. this should disturb you and they should learn from it. >> katie: the 2020 election, the 2016 election. there is an election coming up which is why president biden appears to have pushed through this student loan reallocation from the wealthy to the working class. he was talking about this yesterday. take a listen. >> and thanks to our historic deficit reduction, we can afford to cancel $10,000 in student debt and $20,000 if you're on a pell grant, for tens of millions of americans making under $125,000. this is a game changer.
>> steve: so that he was talking about that. there are a lot of democrats who say this is not helpful at this point. what is interesting is the rationale, the authority they feel gives them the ability to cancel $10,000 worth of debt for everybody with a student loan through the federal government. the heroes act from 2003, that was intended initially -- >> brian: for heroes. >> katie: 9/11. >> steve: people who served in the military in afghanistan and iraq. and during the covid emergency, donald trump said, "you know what? is a covid emergency, let's do it then." they are using it now because they say there is a covid emergency. keep in mind, how many times have we heard democrats say never to let a crisis go to waste? well, there is a covid emergency. that's why there's going to be $10,000 per head of student debt canceled. however, last night our white house correspondent had an observation. he was there at the rally in rockville. didn't look like a covid
emergency? >> katie: not quite. >> steve: here's peter doocy. >> okay, we are here in suburban maryland only about half an hour for the white house. you see president biden is running out. despite this being suburban d.c., things feel a lot different than when we are back at the white house, because when we are there, we are told there is a national emergency for covid and that's why they need to cancel the student loans. but you look here, there are thousands of people, not a whole lot of masks, and a president who is here to rally his base. >> steve: so there's a covid "emergency" when you need authority to give everybody a $10,000 bailout. however, no emergency if it is time to -- >> katie: they also claimed there is an amazing economy, that we are not in a recession, and they argue that people can't afford to go get a job and pay their loans. >> brian: just don't fall for this, that these democrats that
are bailed out -- this is all in concert. the democrats have said they can't buy onto this are tough races. like the senator from nevada. he goes, "i don't think this right." tim ryan he wants to be the next senator and beat j.d. vance. they say this is a redistribution of wealth, and it's giving a lot of people who went to college and got a degree money off when others who have paid at their loans and decide not to go to college have to actually pay for these other people. there is no logic to this at all. the cost of between $500 billion to $800 billion, and the president is taking a bow for that yesterday. he knows he shouldn't have done this, that's what he wrestled with it for 18 months. i think the president of the united states cannot yesterday and he believes his winning line is, "i'm going to separate maga republicans from republicans." i have news for you, there's no
difference. there are anti-trumpers and republicans. when you say "make america great again," not many are going to run from that phrase. when you break up the acronym, people embrace it. >> katie: there's a lot of legal questions too about what the president has done this week. nancy pelosi previously said he couldn't do it. he now says he can, through the heroes act and to a covid emergency. gregg jarrett, fox news legal analyst, has some things to say about the constitutionality of this bailout. >> the president cannot engage in wholesale debt cancellation without congressional authorization. he would only be limited to waiving interest payments are putting a hold on payments. that's it. so this is going to end up just like the other president's excessive abuses of power in which he got struck down by the courts. it was his covid mandates in his
eviction moratorium in his race-based farm program, his moratorium on deportations. all of that was struck down by the courts, principally because biden said, "i don't have the power to do this," then he went ahead and did it. >> brian: someone has to sue him. i didn't know you could spend anything you want with this loan. when you get this money you can spend on anything you want. someone emailed saying, "my roommate went to aruba or went to hawaii and bought a car." so you can say in many cases that they even use this money for schooling, which makes it so much worse. >> steve: but gregg jarrett is correct, because if it's going to be half a trillion dollars, that money has got to be allocated by congress. congress has the paris. >> brian: someone's got to see them. >> steve: the president can't just do it, and it could be they have to find someone who is harmed by this. ultimately the supreme court came down on the side of fairness and said the biden administration is going too far
on this climate change thing. regarding west virginia and emissions and stuff like that. you can't shut down the epa on that. will they shut down the department of justice over this $10,000 a head? >> katie: we will see. it will take a while, which is what they are banking on. in the meantime, lots of the news happening. ashley strohmier is here to catch us up on what's going on. >> good friday morning, guys. starting with this, the nypd is on the hunt for a group of men who jumped a 67-year-old man in the bronx. the robbers caught on camera brutally beating the victim before they ran off. and police are still looking for the criminals responsible for last friday's attack on an off-duty police officer. three suspects seen here assaulted the officer and stole his wallet, phone, and a necklace. authorities believe they are all behind a string of violent muggings. paul pelosi is getting the boot from a california law enforcement association after trying to use it to his advantage during his d ui crash
in napa valley. they are revoking his membership effective medially. officials telling fox digital, "the mere presentation of his credentials to law enforcement made it appear he was presenting them for preferential treatment." the house speaker's husband pleaded guilty to his dui charge earlier this week. and here is a new way to beat the heat during the dog days of summer. oscar mayer debuting the "cold dog." it's a hot dog-flavored popsicle complete with a mustard swale. oh, my gosh. the company says they're frozen treat has a "smoky note of the oscar mayer iconic hotdog." it is being sold for just $2 at select locations. in a handful of cities like new york and new orleans. you guys can go get a hot dog-flavored popsicle! >> katie: you know what? we are getting carried away with the hot dogs. first it's a straw coming out the popsicle. there should be a real hot dog in a bun and that is the extent. >> steve: do we know, is it a
hot hot dog or a cold hot dog? >> katie: it's not a hot dog. it's an ice cream flavored with hot dog. >> steve: but does it taste like -- you know how sometimes when you're a kid and you are just starving and you take a hot dog out of the refrigerator and eat a cold one? i don't like that taste. >> katie: i don't know if i ever did that! >> steve: cooked or uncooked? >> it's not a real hot dog! >> steve: i know it's not! i'm wondering which taste it is. i can get behind the cooked one. >> katie: i hope they don't bring the men, because i'm out. i'm not doing it! >> brian: interesting. >> steve: still had on this friday, checking data shows one in six american families struggling to keep the lights o. geraldo rivera on the impact of inflation and the cost of natural gas, next. >> brian: are they one of the stanley's? will find out. first, here is chris lane performing take back home girl. ♪ duffel bag, backseat ♪
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♪ ♪ >> steve: president biden started to march last night toward the midterms by touting his multibillion-dollar inflation reduction act. meanwhile, american families are being forced to choose between groceries and utilities with a record one in six american households facing the potential of a shut off of their electricity as they fall behind in their power payments.
here with reaction, the host of "the five," geraldo rivera. a cohost there and fox news correspondent at large. hey there, geraldo. they say they expect a tsunami of cutoffs because people are having to choose, am i going to buy food for my family or am i going to run the air conditioner? it's particularly bad, i got a letter down from a lady in florida the other day who said -- and he sent a graphic, the price of electricity has gone up so much, it is double the cost of natural gas in the last year. >> we are facing a tsunami, steve, of electric power cutoffs as one in six americans to fall behind on their utility bills. it is 20 million americans now facing this grim specter with a record heat wave hitting so much of the south and southwest, having their electricity cut
off. inflation is a hydra-headed beast. it comes at us in different ways. the good news is gasoline prices have dropped from $4.32 a gallon a month ago to $3.87 per gallon now. but this hike in food and energy, part of that component is what drives your air conditioner, or leader in the year, your heater. so it really is a grim specter for people who are working class middle-class people who don't have that available money. they do have to choose between whether they are going to stay cool and survive, or eat. it's very, very unfair, but i think we have to keep our focus on the fact that inflation, generally speaking, is still grimly on the rise. there are still spots a big improvement here or there, the price of gasoline, as i mentioned, but the cutoffs of electricity -- you live in arizona, as you know, steve, in
the summer, or florida in the summertime, you need to air conditioner. if you are one in six families that can't afford the bill, you are really up the creek. >> steve: absolutely. so much of electricity these days is generated by natural gas. natural gas was trading at $9.35 per metric million btu l. last year it was half that number. whether it's the cost of the hamburger, all your food is more expensive. electricity is more expensive. gas is still more expensive than it was a year ago, but it is what it is. geraldo, speaking of "it is what it is," today is national dog day. we know you are in cleveland but we know you are surrounded by family and friends. >> erica will bring in my costar for -- that's a big boy. come and stand so people can see
you! steve: geraldo, pick up the dog! >> this is my puppy, my boy! >> steve: oh, my goodness! what's his name? >> i use to hold him in one hand! out now what do you weigh? he's like an 80-pound her. >> steve: he weighs more than you do! >> i'm not the study's person. now i've got all my makeup taken off. [laughs] anyway, that is our report from cleveland. >> steve: fantastic. you don't see that on national tv every day. >> sgeraldo and skipper, thank u very much, and thanks to the stage manager, erica, who could not pick up the dog. geraldo, thank you very much. still ahead on this friday, the travers stakes returns tomorrow and kentucky derby winner rich strike is considered a long shot horse. can he shock us again?
janice dean is live at saratoga springs with his trainer to find out come of it here is chris lane back on the stage dancing in the mayan light. ♪ dancing in the moonlight ♪ ♪ everybody's feeling ♪ ♪ when you can't see the city lights ♪ ♪ everybody's dancing in the moonlight ♪ ♪ nowhere to go ♪ ♪ nowhere to be ♪ ♪ with your hands on me ♪ ♪ dancing in the moonlight ♪ ♪ oh, yeah ♪ ♪ when the sun makes its way on down ♪ ♪ and the stars get to coming out ♪ these are people who have served, they'e been in leadership positions, they're willing to put their life on the line if necessary
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♪ ♪ >> steve: the travers stakes is returning to saratoga horse race course tomorrow for its 153rd running. >> katie: it is shaping up to be an exciting year. three different horses of won triple crown races in 2022, and two of those winners are rich strike and early voting. they will be facing off. >> brian: here with a preview of what you can expect, live
from saratoga race course, meteorologist janice dean along with rich strikes trainer. janice? >> eric reed, i am so happy you are here today. how are you feeling? >> i am excited but i'm more relaxed than i was for the belmont for sure. >> why? >> no pressure. it's like the derby, so no we don't have to worry too much. >> are you considered a long shot at 10-1? >> yeah, but i think four or five of the others, then there's two or three of those odds. >> and how is richie doing? >> he's good, he likes it here. he is happy, and he was bucking and playing a little bit so he's almost a little too happy today. >> and rich strike likes to run on the dirt, and we've got a good dirt track here. >> yeah, a lot more to his liking. belmont is sandy and deep but here he's just skipping across
the track. >> here at saratoga they call it the graveyard of favorites. at the center is favorite to win. he might surprise us again, rich strike. >> somebody might. i hope it's us. at the center is definitely the horse to beat and he has been in every race he runs every year. you have to go through him to get to the winner's circle. i'm glad we are not the favorite. >> why did richie win the kentucky derby? >> he just outran them. plain and simple. everybody that ran 1-2-3 had a dream trip. i'm sure the guys second and third thought they weren't worried about the high pace in front of them because they weren't on it. we were way back and had some trouble down the stretch ourselves, and he just beat them that day. it was his day. >> rich strike has a relative that has won this race. >> yes, his father, keen ice, won the race and rear are the same style he was where he won the race. he won the travers against
american pharaoh who had just won the triple crown. >> what did they call it, the fourfecta or something like that? something that doesn't happen very often. >> very rarely. and he came from behind and won. >> do have the goldfinger now? this is the good luck right now. tell me why. >> my daughter started this years ago and it brings us good luck, so all the guys at the barn today put the polish on and everybody get some polish. >> do you have some left over? i love it! thank you so much. i need to give you a hug. oh, my gosh! i love this town, i love this man, i love rich strike. you will have to tune in tomorrow on fox to see who wins the 153rd travers stakes. back inside to you guys in new york. >> steve: i love that superstition, where they put that gloss on. it obviously works. equine correspondent
janice dean, great job today in saratoga springs. >> brian: i will say, too, you can watch the travers stakes at 4:30 on fox but i like to add this, it's unbelievable, it's a throwback come of it if you go to the town of saratoga, you've never seen anything like it and it goes deep, deep. they have -- >> steve: you have some across the street. >> katie: lee deal, my father-in-law grew up there. >> brian: don't go anywhere. for me army ranger and cofounder of safer allies, sergeant tim kennedy is here. first, here is chris lane performing big, big plans. ♪ she don't know i got some big, big plans ♪ ♪ she don't know, she don't know ♪ ♪ she don't know i've got some big, big plans ♪ ♪ she don't know, she don't know ♪ ♪ she don't know i already bought a ring ♪ ♪ hid it in the bottom left
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>> katie: today marks one year since a suicide bombing killed 13 u.s. service members outside the kabul airport. our next guest helped evacuate people during the withdrawal. tim kennedy served in afghanistan and he joins us now. it is a tough day. i just want to get your initial thoughts about the one-year anniversary of the horrific bombing a year ago and of course 18 service members also severely wounded and are still living with that every single day. >> yeah, i mean, it's heartbreaking what happened on
that day. it's terrible, around the death of so many amazing heroes. i will talk about one hero specifically. six hours before the bombing went off, one of the marines, that we needed to search a whole bunch of women and she volunteered. she was woken up out of her cot and she came over and searched hundreds of women in the wee hours of the night and went on shift to where t the bomb ultimately went off. the courage and selflessness that every single one of the soldiers and airmen and sailors and aryans demonstrated that night, it's just remarkable. or they are exactly what we want every american to be. >> katie: as the taliban went into kabul it became very clear that americans and others who had helped in the fight against terrorism in that country were going to be left behind. you went to afghanistan with allies. you evacuated nearly 9,000
people from afghanistan through your coalition. how are you able to do that, and how did you know that you had to go there and do the job before united states left afghanistan for good? >> it's heartbreaking. it's one of the worst moments in our country's history, and this had nothing to do with me. i picked up the phone and said yes but there are thousands of other people who wanted to do something that were trying to figure out ways. and there were many other organizations that put themselves out there just like we did. it was the men and women on top of the wall that day and night and weekend that month leading up to this bombing that need all the recognition. an incredible group of people, there are so many others over there trying to do the right thing. and i had to go. i couldn't stand by while evil was conquering, while a place that i lost friends and i lost
my youth -- the time i spent in afghanistan is some of the most important time of my life. those are amazing people and they needed help. they needed more than they were getting. >> dumb xbtv definitely stood up to the occasion and the task and you had some thoughts as the taliban was watching. let's take a look at that and get your response. >> the taliban have spotters and informants all around the base. if they cs go through one route, maybe we can use it another time, maybe the next time we go and use it the taliban has a checkpoint directly outside where that last successful mission was. it's a rapidly changing, rapidly evolving operational envir environment. those key avenues of approach are key for reason. we are dead in the water. >> katie: the danger all around you and the details from that day, not all of them have been public. you talk about that and how
important is it that people don't just move past the anniversary today or move past this catastrophic withdrawal, and learn some lessons about what happened? >> so many lives were lost. today is the anniversary of 13 americans, and hundreds of afghans were killed at that gate. a terrorist attack during the evacuation, one of the most poorly panned down my planned strategic evacuations in american history. if you are not learning from this and treating it as opportunity to improve not just strategically, but who we are as a people, making sure all of our allies look to us and know that we are going to stand by all the way to the end, that we are good allies and good friends, we are not going to turn our back, we are no longer a public interest, that we'll work all the way through to the final finish line, there are so many important lessons to be learned here. fox nation, on monday we have an amazing documentary coming out, "escape from afghanistan."
that was the footage you just saw. that tells a story. today they sent me the documentary that we are releasing on amazon and people need to see, there is not enough. everybody needs to know what's happening that day. there are so many people going above and beyond and putting their lives on the line. not just those who did it, but god bless you. also all the others that have to step up because we have failed our allies. >> katie: thinks you guys, thousands of people got out of there who would have been left behind by the united states government. as you mentioned, the documentary is available on monday on fox nation. thank you for your time this morning. >> my pleasure. >> steve: still ahead, it's the moment you have been waiting for. chris lane performs "i don't know about you," live on fox grade. let's check in with dana perino for what's coming in at the top of the r. >> dana: thank you, and great job this week. as we wait for the redacted
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why not ♪ ♪ i don't know about you ♪ ♪ but i never walk up and talk to ♪ ♪ a stranger, but when i saw you ♪ ♪ i had to do, i just had to ♪ ♪ girl, i know your favorite beer ♪ ♪ 'cause you told me and i bought it ♪ ♪ you can leave me sitting right here ♪ ♪ but if you feel like talking ♪ ♪ let's go ♪ ♪ what's your name, what's your sign, what your birthday ♪ ♪ what's your wrist tattooed bible verse say ♪ ♪ tell me this, do you kiss on the first date ♪ ♪ don't hold anything back ♪ ♪ what's your dream job ♪ ♪ girl, where is your hometown ♪ ♪ what makes your world spin around and around ♪ ♪ are you down to get out of here, too ♪ ♪ tell me everything until there's nothing i don't know about you ♪
>> yeah sound good. keep it going, baby! ♪ i don't know about you ♪ ♪ we can dip, we can slip out the back ♪ ♪ flee the scene ♪ ♪ put your feet on my dash ♪ ♪ find a spot past the railroad tracks and never look back ♪ ♪ but before that, what's your name, what's your sign, let your birthday ♪ ♪ what's your wrist tattooed bible verse say ♪ ♪ tell me this, do you kiss on the first date ♪ ♪ don't hold anything back ♪ ♪ what's your dream job ♪ ♪ girl, where's your hometown ♪ ♪ what makes your world spin around and around ♪ ♪ are you down to get out of here, too ♪ ♪ tell me everything till there's nothing i don't know about you ♪ ♪ i know you like bud light ♪ ♪ i know you got blue eyes ♪
♪ i know you got my heart beating in this bar ♪ ♪ tonight we can jump in, fell into something ♪ ♪ and the perfect place to start is ♪ ♪ you say it ♪ ♪ what's your name, what's your sign, what's your birthday ♪ ♪ what's your wrist tattooed bible verse say ♪ ♪ tell me this, do you kiss on the first date ♪ ♪ don't hold anything back ♪ ♪ was your dream job ♪ ♪ girl, where's your hometown ♪ ♪ what makes your world spin around and around ♪ ♪ are you down to get out of here, too ♪ ♪ tell me everything till there's nothing i don't know about you ♪ ♪ tell me everything ♪ ♪ tell me everything ♪ ♪ tell me everything till there's nothing i don't know about you ♪ ♪ tell me everything, tell me everything ♪ ♪ tell me everything till there's nothing i don't know about you ♪ [cheers and applause] >> thank y'all so much.-o
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new york but it will be in nashville waiting on me. >> do you like this guy? it's his twin brother. >> we're identical twins. can you tell us apart? >> he is sweating and you are not. >> i didn't work hard enough. >> our friends from master built. >> dana: thank you. a fox news alert. federal judge pulling back the curtain on the mar-a-lago search giving the justice department until noon today to unseal the redacted criminal affidavit putting it in fuel public view. i'm dana perino. bill has the day off. good morning, trace. >> good morning. i'm trace gallagher, this is "america's newsroom." nice to be back in new york with you. >> dana: are you sure you're glad to be back in new york? >> glad to be back in new york. the news is perkling up. the mystery over the motive for the unprecedented f.b.i. search of trump's florida home coul
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