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>> good morning, everybody. it's 8:00 eastern time and that's chattanooga, tennessee. when you see that, pete, do you feel like, that's home? pete: i do now. that's really home and winters are mild and it was 60s and i was working in my yard
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yesterday. rachel: you have a cut on your hand. pete: i do, working the land. rachel: acting like ronald reagan, clearing the brush. pete: him and george w. hacking away at the brush. will: yes the former governor of south carolina nicky haley was here and i didn't realize that south carolina is the third most popular state for people immigrating from other states. pete: really? will: behind texas and florida. south carolina and i said, i would have guessed tennessee. pete: the big advantage south carolina has? will: what's that? pete: coastline. it's hard to compete with coastline. you've got to be really good if you're going inland and leaving california to not go to another coast. texas has coast, florida has coast, south carolina has coast. north carolina -- i would have thought north carolina would have been higher than south carolina will: want to get a
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fact check, governor ambassador haley, proud of her state and south carolina the problem is every state feels like california is flooding her state. leaving nevada, we've got to be third. rachel: everybody is feeling the exodus. six more behind them. rachel: that's a great idea, move as a neighborhood. but i like you guys. let's all go. yesterday i was with my friends. i went to the march for life, which it was the first march for life since the roe v wade decision was overturned instead of ending the march in front of the supreme court it ended in front of congress because now the battle is at the legislature level both federally and at the state level. it was great, when i was there so many people, you know frankly really great for donald trump and i spoke with franklin graham
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and he said donald trump, mike pence and said don't forget that mitch mcconnell was instrumental in this too as, you know, we would have a justice merri bowlk garland if it wasn't for -- you have to give credit where credit is due. what a moment the pro-life movement and talked to so many leaders and all the lessons over 50 years of toiling and walking in cold weather and praying in front of abortion clinics and starting pregnancy centers to help women. it is an incredible movement of compassionate people and it's very diverse and one of the people who spoke at that event yesterday has take an lot of heat for it is tony dungy. pete: hall of fame head coach. will: indianapolis colts, tampa
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bay buccaneers and tony dungy is a football high con and very passionate about life and a passionate christian and big part of his identity in how he led men. in response to the appearance for the march for life, he's taken heat in this kind of forum. here's an op-ed from the nation. says the following, tony dungy is a right wing c zealot and nfl and nbc do not care. that headline and that publication should be take within a grain of salt because the nation is as far left as you can possibly sell it. will: the nation had a communist mission for much of the existence and we're here to support the communist in america and that writer is a hack who -- yeah. there's a reason. rachel: he's signaling to nbc you should -- will: yeah, this is a headline
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that's in usa today and under the guys of more mainstream and this is nancy armor who has an opinion column in usa today and tony dungy with hateful tweets that put transgender kids at risk and called him a bigot. pete: they understand the perch he has at nbc and he was a great coach and good analyst and people respect the heck out of him and they're going for his job. that's how they start. it goes from the nation to usa today and elsewhere. the c suites of nbc and other commentators and analysts are whispering. will: he's not political on tv. pete: not at all. just in life and he's an outspoken christian and always has been and a portion of what tony dungy said about demar hamlin and what happened to him. rachel: this is at the march yesterday. pete: watch. >> this march is taking place at the biggest time of my
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profession, the nfl playoffs, this is way, way, way more important. it's amazing to me that god actually used football to shine some light on the subject of life for all of us. a young man named demar hamlin of the buffalo bills made a routine tackle his heart stopped beating on the field. it could have been tragic but something miraculous happened. the team medical staff rushed scout got demar's heart started again. that wasn't the miracle. the real miracle was the reaction of everyone to that. the announcers on the broadcast, what did they say? all we can do is pray. all across the country people started praying. even people who aren't necessarily religious got together and called on god. that should be encouraging to us because that's exactly why we're here today because every day in this country, innocent lives are
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at stake but those lives are still important to god and in god's eyes. pete: good for him. i thought i appreciated and tyked tony dungy but now i really do. rachel: the signals we're talking about and attacks from usa today and others in the media, that's signaling to less -- maybe not as courageous and not as established sports people, this is an issue and don't want to be as powerful and the abortion industry funds the democrat party. don't mess with it. that's the message being sent but it's really amazing to see him, ben watson was there by the way and so many courageous people in the pro life movement and it's getting racial across the board for people from all walks of life and amazing to be there and so many people worked so hard for 50 years to overturn
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that decision. again still a lot to be done but interesting stuff and another place where there's a lot of media bias is -- media research center did the study on this so if you go to google, say you're a young girl in crisis and send you to planned parenthood and that's the message being sent to young women, that's where our social media companies are and they're not sending kids to young women to places that offer them hope and powers them and if you're a young boy find out what to do if you're pregnant. men can be pregnant also. the people that tell us men can be pregnant is the people that we find in our search engines and pushing towards abortions. rachel: in new york city, they're offering free abortion pills to people.
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this is a city by the way where there are more -- more abortions for black babies than live births of black babies. pete: that was margaret sanger's mission, founder of planned parenthood was kill black people. rachel: so much for black lives matter. will: yesterday the supreme court said they will not be able to fine, they cannot fine the leaker of the dobbs decision. it's been nine months. rachel: june 20th was -- it was before june 20th when the decision happened and they blamed 100 people and said they didn't do it. the justice department and the
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spouses and on this basis i do not believe it was necessary to ask the justices to sign a sworn affidavit. it's absurd they caned find it. pete: they don't want to find it otherwise you'd bring in lie detector test or bring in fbi -- not that the fbi would do any better per se. but you can't say we tried, good try. it's like the lost puppy from happy gilmore. can't go out and look for lost dog for an hour. you've got to keep looking and find that dog. rachel: that's reason why the justices didn't sign off the sworn affidavit. there's a lot of rumors and peep don't to want know that john roberts will keep the peace and he's undermining trust in this institution and always tends to go one way and we don't know who the pipe bomber is on january 6.
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we don't know about jeffrey epstein. he committed suicide. pete: we don't know who went to his island. rachel: there's lots of things we need to know and all of this drip drip drip of things that we can't seem to find out about are undermining our trust in government and it's really sad that justice roberts is doing this, and i don't think it'll gs are going to be satisfied. will: attempting to keep things underwraps to preserve the integrity of the court is my suspicion of justice roberts and he'll fail on two counts. i imagine we may not get a justice process and i think somebody should be able to find out. pete: some census will gather. will: secondarily it'll undercut the integrity of the supreme court and will fail on both counts. rachel: i asked the ag, the attorney general, who argued the case before the supreme court for dobbs in the decision that overturned roe versus wade yesterday, i interviewed her and said what do you think of this?
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why haven't they brought in the fbi in maybe justice roberts doesn't trust the fbi either. pete: that's fair. who do you trust at this point? all right. we had another thing we were going to talk about but we've run out of time so now we have 30 seconds of empty space and we'll toss to some headlines. rachel: we'll go to headlines and get to the topic later. where a mother is singing her teenage son's praises for scaring off an intruder that broke into the home and the would be burglar took off running when the 16-year-old confronted him with his mom's handgun. >> he called me and asked smart questions first, did you have anyone coming over, were you expecting any packages before he then said, well, i think someone tried to break in and i had to pull your gun. >> when i cocked the gun back and pointed at the door he said oh [ bleep ] and ran. rachel: the suspect was later arrested and braden help identify him at the police station. pete: good for him. rachel: alec baldwin spotted for
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the first time since involuntary manslaughter charges were set from the movie rust. the special prosecutor appointed by new mexico da speaking out about baldwin's repeated claims he did not pull the trigger. >> i'm not sure why he was giving a lot of statements and i don't know why he made that comment, obviously it's very inconsistent with what the fbi report found but it is a prior inconsistent statement because now he's coming out with lots of different, like, stories of why this occurred. rachel: if baldwin is convicted on all counts he could face more than 6.5 years behind bars. a no nonsense dad going viral over his decision to bow out of family's group chat and daughter sharing text on twitter saying that it says i can't keep up with the pressuring of always having to lol or like or heart everyone's random thoughts, pics and amuse wants for all
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future -- amusements. for all future texts, i love them, laugh at them and like them unless it's bad, i like them in perpetuity, i cannot live with this pressure. i'm out. but the dad who is an eye surgeon was just bluffing. maybe he's not just liking or loling. pete: how many daughters? a lot of daughter text chain there. will: man, i don't have daughters so this -- i have the opposite problem. i have sons and last night i called and i could tell i got screened and said answer the phone. he said can you give me a few minutes or whatever. i said if you want to keep this phone, call me now. boy that phone rang fast. pete: boys don't want to talk. can't get anything out of them. rachel: same experience with my teenage son yesterday. got home from the march for life and tried to ask him and everything was one word answers and wanted to go to his room and hang out with me in my room
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while folding laundry. that sound really fun, mom. pete: i feel a lot better they don't want to communicate. i'm sure you feel the same. good on this dad. just being honest. he's watching everything. still ahead, during the peak of the covid-19 moment we had, the federal government was handing out so-called relief left and right but did you know that $163 billion of that relief is unaccounted for, $163 billion. we follow the money. plus it's cold on fox square and we'll heat a few things up, oh, yeah, from a tailgate. some great recipes just in time for a big nfl weekend.
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of 2021 we'll remind you $900 billion was paid out in covid relief funds and on average individuals relieved $46,000 in unemployment benefits but if you think that's a lot of money, a lot didn't land in the right hands. the department of labor admits that $163 billion was lost, gone. including to fraud and this estimate is just on the low end so where is the money actually? matt wrote an op-ed about this on fox news digital and he's a senior fellow and rose scholar in poverty studies at the american enterprise institute and he joins us now with reaction. matt, that's the lead question, where did it go? >> like you mentioned, the $163 billion is a lowball. the department of labor and inspector general admitted that omits some of the worst abused
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programs and the time when the programs were worst abused so the actual numbers are going to be $3 $400 billion, which is an extraordinary amount of money and some of the estimates suggest that significant amounts of that go overseas with criminal gangs and russia, china and elsewhere and with petty criminals in the united states with the help of people in unemployment agencies and a lot is unknown and significant amounts wound up overseas and how does that happen and set up shell companies and fake individuals apply for the funding and not enough oversight and makes its way overseas. is it straight up organized fraud? >> it's acombination of factors and it's stolen identities being available on the internet for purchase for cheap and meanwhile a large benefit that's being offered by the federal government working through the states designed to address the pandemic but really creating this massive target for
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criminals that are willing to rip off the system. pete: looking at numbers and $900 billion almost $1 trillion, you're looking@least a quarter, maybe more of that money spent out is fraud. i mean, is that on par with how government spends money? we'll spend it but know about 30% will go to fraud sterling heightses. >> clearly it was a worst case scenario for the unemployment system and it was in part how the systems were designed to spend for the pandemic and one thing the federal government did at the pandemic is creating an entirely new unemployment program and the problem with the program was it didn't confirm that people claiming benefits work before it let people do what was self-certifying eligibility and create add wide open door for criminals who were willing to defraud the system and as your listeners may
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remember, it threw another $600 per week of unemployment benefits and created the massive target that if criminals got through to defraud the and will they're getting tens of thousands of dollars of rent. pete: self-certify. what kind of damage, permanent damage did this kind of spending with very little oversight, what did it do? >> well, i mean it cost taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars and somebody will pay that back through future taxes and those are our kids. but what it really does is it basically was a challenge for legislators to make sure it never happens again and the whole suite of policies to practice and basically ensure this doesn't happen again and that's really the challenge for the republican congress especially to follow through on, especially if we get into another recession this these sorts of programs are revived. pete: one of m. many.
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matt, thank you for breaking it down for and yous depressing us. close encounters of the third kind. pepentagon said hundreds of ufos reported in 2022. we go off the wall. will's psychod, can you hear him? janice dean are sharing stories of powerful americans that defied the odds in her new book, i am the storm. the preview on the weekends, there she is, jd. ♪
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will: back with your headlines start an update in the murder case. alex's son paul sent a snap chat to his friend the night he and his mother were shot and killed in a hunting lodge. it proves he carried out the execution-style murders but
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remains clear what the video shows and jury selection in the trial is set to begin on monday. a new report reveals facebook founder mark zuckerberg is helping fund a left wing group that's working to influence election officials across the country. the $80 million initiative started last spring and sends money to election offices for training equipment consulting and other resources. this comes as zuckerberg faces accusations of jumping $400 million to sway elections for democrats in 2020. those are your headlines. rachel: wow, that's a huge story. that needs a lot of attention. we know how janice dean has fought tirelessly for justice after the loss of her inlaws thanks to new york governor andrew cuomo's covid era nursing home policies. in the new book i am the storm, janice tells the stories of other americans fought against overwhelming odds and includes the next guest that fought for life when their baby was born with medical issues.
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janice joins us now with brad and carla dewiler and baby david. so cute. >> oh, you guys, i'm so glad you're here today. this is the first time i've met them and i interviewed them for the book and the chapter is called if god put as goliath in front of you there must be a david inside of you. i thank you for being part -- your story is the heart of this book, it really is. >> thank you for having us. we love sharing david's story. >> can you say hi? say hi? >> david, hi. i love you, my friend. so sweet. rachel: i love this story. it's a pro life story. what an appropriate week, you know, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the march for life, the overturning of roe versus wade. so many women who have chosen to keep babies like this and continue to have hope. talk to -- why don't we just read an exempt from your book about it? >> of course then we'll talk to
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carla, brad and david. carla considers themselves blessed. brad and i just had this conversation, i looked at him and said some sometimes i them e feel sorry for us but i try to explain everything we have the good, the bad, i pray for david's good days and pray for his bad because i know that even if he's having a bad day, we still have him so we are so grateful. carla and brad, tell me what you were up against when you were pregnant with david. >> so around 20 weeks in utero, we found out that david was missing a kidney and the kidney he had was multicystic and dysplastic so he had no functioning kidneys. so without that, a lot of people don't know, you know, can his urine create amniotic fluid and without that amniotic fluid, his lungs would never develop and wouldn't have pulmonary life. >> doctors said this babe won't
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live and we need to look at termination; right? >> yeah, there was only one other documented case of a child born with david's syndrome that survived birth so automatically, you know, termination was suggested to us and, you know, that wasn't an option for us. you know, we understand that we were going to face challenges and that, you know, we didn't really know what was going to happen. we knew even having a minute with david if that was all we were going to get was worth bringing him to term. >> tell me some of the challenges that he has. he's beautiful. >> thank you. so david just recently a year ago in december receive add kidney transplant from a deceased donor so we're very thankful and blessed for that. he is also behind. he has cerebral palsy and multiple other medical issues as well but david has never failed
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us. he's always fought through any challenge that he's been faced with and we are extremely blessed. >> david -- >> he's usually pretty calm. >> he get as little camera shy. can you say hi to everybody, david. >> he's behind and doesn't know voices he clams up and saw some of the pictures that came across the screen, he's always laughing and smiling and having a great time. >> and david was named after david and goliath; right? >> he was. driving down to cincinnati for ten weeks we had a lot of time to talk and think about what his future would look like, and we knew we needed to give him a fighting chance. we just decided that david was a strong name for him as we knew he was going to be fighting a lot of big battles and big giants, and that was the name we both agreed upon. his middle name is matthew, which is also, you know, something biblical but also it is brad's cousin's name who we also named him after, and then
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my uncle's name is david as well. it was really fitting. he had a lot of strength behind his name before he got here. rachel: david and carlla, i love seeing the picture of him with all his siblings. he's part of a family and your family would not be the same without him. we're running out of time but how important was it for you to have the support of family, especially since the medical community was giving you a very negative recommendation? >> i mean, we've had more blessing with family support. my mom helps out on mondays, her mom moves in during the week and helps out and they've obviously always had our backs with our decisions. we also have a friend that was -- is in the medical field and that's where our friendship really blossomed because as soon as he found out about him, he reached out to us and told us about different hospitals that might be able to treat him and whatnot and brought our friendship there a little stronger. everyone's had our back all
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along. without the family support, there's no way we're going to be able to do it. there's a lot of work that involve withs him and we're extremely blessed with the amount of help and support we get. >> i love you all. i love you all. it really, if i had to pick a favorite chapter. >> thank you. i just want to say ---rachel: go ahead, carlla. >> i want to tell you, janice, thank you for telling his story. you wrote it very well from beginning to end and we want to thank you for including him in that. it's so important for parents like us to know there is hope and if they ever -- if you ever read his story and need to reach out, we're here as supporters for children like david-over anyone going through a medical diagnosis like him and the home is what gets us through every day. >> and be an advocate for your child. step up. rachel: and choose a pro life doctor who will support you as you make a decision for life.
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wow. >> find a doctor that will walk with you and we're lucky to find that so be an advocate for your child and fight for your child and don't necessarily take the doctors words for it and do your own research. >> i'm give yoga a big hug and hope to see you in person soon. i love you. love you, david. >> can you say bye. >> bye. rachel: bye, david. thank you, janice. the book again is called i am the storm. it's available today and if you're in new york, join anne janicefor a wine and sign tuesd- you had to add wine to this signing. >> i think i could have some right now. rachel: you could use some right now. janice, what a great thing. i love you all, thank you for your support. rachel: and a perfect day to have that story. still ahead, cvp revealing a record breaking number of migrants across the southern border and president biden says he's handling it. miami mayor francis suarez saw
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biden yesterday and joins us next. fire up the grill for pork, tomahawks and nachos. the tasty treat you need for tailgates. ♪
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rachel: well just because it's cold outside doesn't mean you can't break out the grill, especially during football season when it is time to tailgate. pete: if it tastes like it smells, we're in for a treat. delicious recipes for game day and any day. rachel: we always dance on this show, january it. pete: author of no fuss family cook book. >> she saw the drinks. >> i'm with my family at reck tech and she has advice for all the great cooking and got to show you that cooking and this is a steak oscar and it's a tomahawk. jump in here. rachel: it's a fred flintstones. >> i'll pop it on top of my rtb380x. this is the bullseye deluxe wood pellet grill and can go from 200 degrees up to 1,000 degrees and sere and it's pellet driven and electric.
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i've got crab on top and steak grilled to beautiful medium rare and seared as asparagus. rachel: i need it. >> you can do many different things and i want to do my big vegas of the steak and things for the lunar new year. philly cheese steak pot stickers. i did a bit of spices mixed inside there and do any blend you want. i have my blend here and dip into the cheese sauce, it's not warm, a little cold. five layers of clothing on here. this is cool about entertaining with friends coming over and let it sit out and the longer it sits, better it gets. tomahawk with the crab on top. isn't that good? savory to the sweet. on a smoker, the rt1250 wood pellet grill here, check this
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out, you guys and gals. i smoked smores, smores nachos. they can this out. i'll come in front of my camera guy. you want a bite, you cannot eat this right now. check this out, we'll go just like this, i know i'm not supposed to step in front. ladies and gents, put strawberries or banana chips or butter scotch on top. my version of nachos but with the gram crackers -- graham crackers on top and desert nachos and light the torch and it's so cold, this doesn't work. look how cold. rachel: that makes sense. the whole topping. the kid's next favorite thing. >> this got torched and i smoked it and took the whole aspect of smoking outdoor and last but not least, check this out, bloody mary mix and smoked the tomatoes and made my own mix. let's go, janice. pete: janice you're done for the day? >> i'll be having many of these.
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pete: there is going to janice's dressing room. >> find her there. here's the cool thing about entertaining airline bottles, don't have to do it and i'll give away my friends over at reck tech giving away a smoker. go to sign up to win an amazing smoker. cheer tots book and hanging out with you guys. rachel: what's the name of your cook book? >> no fuss family cooking like here. smores on the smoker. >> i'm off so i can drink this. pete: you can. >> i'm bringing one of these for you, will. will: steak, please, please. overnight cvp revealed there were more than 250,000 migrant encounters at the southern border in december. that's the highest number ever. but yesterday's conference of us mayors biden said he's taking action on the border. >> immigration is another major
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issue affecting many communities particularly border communities and i'm taking action where there's the legal capacity to do so and i'll call on congress to act and pass comprehensive immigration reform. will: here to react and miami mayor and conference of mayors francis suarez. mayor suarez great to see you again this morning. he's taking action wherever he has the legal capacity to do so. that is border enforcement. is he taking action? >> well, you know, i think the border crossings have surged enormously under his administration. that's number one so doesn't seem like they're taking any action in terms of border security. he hasn't funded border security in their funding bills and they've underappreciated the rise of socialism in this hemisphere, which is really what's putting immigration pressure on the country. a lot of immigrants that are coming in legally are coming in from countries that are either socialist or are trending to socialist and there's a
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tremendous opportunity to deal with that head on and stop ignoring it or underappreciating it and that's not happening. when you look at conferences with china or the supply chain and it's more vulnerable than ever after covid, there's a opportunity on the near shore and some of that production and bring it back to the united states as well and manufacture more of our products and reduce the trade imbalance with china and should create more process parity in the hemisphere and de-pressure immigration. none of those long-term solutions are being offered by this administration. it's completely ignored what's happening in the hemisphere and no strategy and de-power china and empower our hemisphere and those are three easy things that can be done including border security not being done. will: you're absolutely right and to point to what's happening in the hemisphere as you pointed out, lot of these illegal immigrants, especially there in florida for you guys, venezuela, haiti, soon i imagine we'll begin to see those coming from
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brazil as well. let's dig into what's happening in your community there. thousands of illegal immigrant children have enrolled in the miami dade schools, of course that's one of the largest school districts in the country. your local school board is saying they need more -- they're strained, need resources because they need more english language teachers. >> well, to figure a deal with the immigration crisis has made florida and miami a border city. just like the southern border. in the school system as you mentioned, we've had 14,000 new students in this year alone. it's enormous increase from last year and put that number in context. a big school is 2,000 students. you're talking about seven new schools in one year. it's not, you know, 10% more here and equivalent of two schools and that's a strain on our community and something we highlighted here at the
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conference of mayors and it's bipartisan. mayor of new york screaming for resources, mayors across america are asking for the administration to do n mar than what it's doing now and we're highlighting things like the miami miracle story where we've reduced taxes to the lowest level in history, balanced our budget. that's something we'll be talking about this week in washington with the debt crisis. you know, we've obviously by reducing our taxes and balancing the budget, we've grown 12%, which is the most in america. 1.4% unemployment. we've, you know, done away with the notion we never really bought into the notion of defunding police and increased funding for police that reduced our homicide. one of the few major cities with reduced homicide rates. will: as you point out, all the administration has to do is listen to mayors dealing with this on the ground democrat or republican from el paso to miami to new york, it's quite obvious, there's a problem not being
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handled by the federal government. appreciate local municipalities and states picking up the slack as much as possible. mayor suarez, thank you so much for being with us this morning. >> thank you. will: still ahead, you know her from the hit tv show sackmary bre that the teen -- sabrina the teenage witch. >> this is so not me. will: melissa joan hart teamed up with one of her goods friends for a new podcast and new season, the royal drama, that's up next. ♪
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i screwed up. mhm. i got us t-mobile home internet. now cell phone users have priority over us. and your marriage survived that? you can almost feel the drag when people walk by with their phones. oh i can't hear you... you're froze-- ladies, please! you put it on airplane mode when you pass our house. i was trying to work. we're workin' it too.
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yeah! work it girl! woo! i want to hear you say it out loud. well, i could switch us to xfinity. those smiles. that's why i do what i do. that and the paycheck.
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rachel: actress melissa joan hart is taking on the royal drama in a new season of her podcast, what women binge with aamanda lee and covers all thins pop culture. we're joined by melissa and amanda now with more. i love this podcast and things of what women binge. we binge thing differently and i have a podcast with my husband and we do a lot on harry and megan. i binged a lot on that series and it was horrible and i couldn't stop. we can't look away. what are your thoughts on that -- on the docuseries and tell me a bit more about the podcast as well.
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>> well, actually i've never really been into the royal family other than some pop culture things like weddings and things like that, but then the book came out and i was like i'm going to listen to it so i've been listening to harry's book just in the car driving around, his voice is very soothing. >> i -- so i'm so endeared to harry because we grew up together, we're the same age, and i feel like though i don't know him obviously, i feel like i do so i've had a hard time kind of getting to know meghan and feeling like she's okay for her. >> that she's good for him? >> not even that, i can't tell if she's authentic or not. actress meghan or meghan and it's making it hard. >> our podcast covers everything and last week was diving into some of that and talking about the globes and babies and some hot topics and we have fun guests on the podcast but, you know, we're changing it up. it's season 5, we started season 5 and we're happy about that,
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and you guys can find it anywhere you get podcasts, watch it on youtube, but we have a lot of fun. it's our beautiful little studio that amanda designed. rachel: it is beautiful. >> we have all topics like books and tv shows and women. rachel: are people writing you and saying we're watching this, you have to watch it too? >> a little bit of that, yeah. >> that's part of the new season is we're wanting to hear more from our audience and bring in topics they're interested in so go to the what women binge instagram any time and write in questions on the show the next week and we're kind of keeping our finger on what they're interested in through that . >> we started this because during covid especially, all the friend groups and what are like what are you watching? i need a new book. i need a new podcast. we started all talking about it and then i was getting great reviews from people like annie potts or rita moreno onset saying i watched the great and
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became my favorite show and i was like this should be shared. >> the great is great. rachel: well, i did watch that docu series and forced my husband and he only got through half. i'm also binging on yellowstone so there you go. we watch the podcast here on "fox & friends" and hope everyone watches what women binge. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> thanks for having us. have a good die. rachel: bye bye, dan bongino still ahead.
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