good and every year we live longer. that is ever show. see you next week for a new episode in the new time slot fridays on fox business. lauren: breaking news this morning. after launching missile strikes in syria, what is next for assad? rex tillerson heads to moscow. we will do what is next for vladimir putin. good morning. happy monday. and lauren. >> i am in for nicole petallides. the navy striker >-greater-than-sign responds to threats from north korea. lauren: moving season and political risks around the world keeping investors on edge after a slight pullback last week a u.s. that market futures are higher. that was up 10. nasdaq futures up to. lea: the nikkei was that seven
tenths of 1%. the shanghai composite ended lower by one half of 1%. lauren: more headaches for delta passengers this morning as delays dragged into today number five. train to the u.s. government says google is shortchanging women who work for it. we will have the story for you. lauren: forthcoming kafka smile and sergio garcia as a triumph at the turn of phrase first major golf victory. lea: and is 5:01 a.m. on monday, april 10th. oakland two "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. president trumps national security advisor h.r. but master link that to the possibility of more u.s. military action in syria. but it makes clear what the president wants is a political solution to the crisis. an exclusive interview, general mcmaster wants other nations including machetes at the arena
for. >> what ambassador healy pointed out as it is very difficult to understand how a political solution could result from continuation of the assad regime. we are not saying we are the ones who affect the change. what we are saying is other countries have to ask themselves hard questions. russia should ask themselves, what are we doing here? why are we supporting this murderous regime. lauren: speaking of russia come out of this visit to moscow, rex tillerson will uphold that commitment to ensure the elimination of serious chemical weapons. >> why russia has not been able to achieve that is unclear to me. i don't draw conclusions of complicity at all, but clearly they been incompetent and perhaps they simply been outmaneuvered by syrians. lauren: with programming note. maria bartiromo with the done with donald trump for an exclusive interview on wednesday.
do not miss the first business interview since he took office right here on morning to maria on the fox business network. trade to john corning, number two republican say congress must be included in any military actions in syria appeared listing. >> under the war resolution sites, which can lead her on pursuant explaining his action, it is required and i think it also makes good sense. before we commit our military and are men and women in uniform to any sort of conflict, they deserve the support of congress on a bipartisan basis of zealous support of the american people. lea: the top democrat on the committee said the president is to come to congress before committing troops. >> in regards to going against assad syria, there is no authority to use force. the president has sent inherent article to powers, but as he
consulted with us they notice on this attack, it is incumbent upon him to insult with congress. if there is a use of force and a continuing basis, he needs the authorization. lea: may not come white house is president ciampa spoken with the japanese prime minister about missile strikes as well as north korea. lauren: isis claiming responsibility for the deadly bombing attacks with two coptic orthodox churches in egypt. 50 people killed, more than 100 injured on palm sunday. the attacks are caught on camera and we caution our viewers what you are about to see is disturbing. this surveillance video shows a suicide bomber right there with a blue sweater outside the historic st. mark's cathedral. the bombers turned away from the main gate and directed to a metal detector. the bomber walks past a female police officer talking to another woman and detonate the bomb causing a huge fireball to erupt outside the cathedral. egypt has declared a state of
emergency after the explosion. trade to a u.s. carrier strike group on the create command. tensions increase over north korean missile test. the carrier group led by the uss carl vince and reducing course and headed north from singapore as a show of force in the region. ryan crocker, former u.s. ambassador to syria welcomed the moves on "sunday morning futures." >> the deployment of a carrier battle group towards korea was also the right thing to do. when i was ambassador in kuwait in the mid-1990s, i referred to a carrier battle group as they 100,000 tons of diplomacy. trade to crocker also praising president trump for his handling of the situation in syria adding that any retaliation by russia for syria over the military strikes would be quoted saying. lauren: neil gorsuch, president trumps nominee to supreme court will be sworn in this morning.
john rabbits will administer the oath of office in a private ceremony at 9:00 eastern. anthony kennedy will administer the second out of office in a public ceremony at the white house at 11:00 a.m. eastern. gorsuch is equipped for kennedy in the 1990s. he was confirmed on friday mostly along party lines after republicans used the so-called "nuclear option" to change senate precedents. lea: let's get you caught up of global action. here's a look at the nikkei higher by seven tenths of 1%. the hang seng in hong kong were in hong kong lower fractionally. shanghai composite lower by five tenths of 1%. lauren: in europe committed g-7 foreign ministers begins a one of their meeting today. france's official campaign for the election begins today. but that come in mixed reaction. to see a three-point landing. cac quarante down three-point. lea: u.s. stock market futures higher by 10. as to be higher by one. nasdaq futures higher by two.
lauren: oil prices are firm in at $52.60 a barrel up about 7%. gold given that two bucks, 12.55 a tray on spirit and very busy week for investors coming up this earnings season gets underway and political risks around the globe strengthening. joining us now, break you in, chief market strategist at first frankly. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning. how are you doing today? lauren: "the wall street journal" says we are expecting the strongest quarter for corporate profits in six years. are these expectations too high? >> you know, i really don't think so. you know, we started at the year with expectations around 8.99%. we really believe that our friend bill coming closer to 12, 12.5%. this is a dollar story in her mind. we went through the recent profit recession with the skyrocketing dollar and 24 team
third quarter to 2016 and what we see since the election in the beginning of the year, the dollar has stabilized and pull back a little bit. we are expecting multinationals to come strong on the earnings. lea: we've been seeing straight contact and financials. based report later this week. jpmorgan chase, citigroup, wells fargo. so what are you expecting? >> we're expecting pretty stellar reports coming in. the conversation about the financials has been talked about quite a bit. what we really need is some policy and regulatory reform and financials will even perform better going into the coming quarter. lauren: and what about technology? >> well, technology has been our friend for many, many quarters. recently this year we see kind of rotation on materials, industrials going back into technology as the trump trade kind of stabilizes right here. we still like technology.
lea: and what are the sectors you like you're in the sectors as you avoid right now? >> typically relate to do individual place, but on a sector story. we do like the health care technology and the horse financials. i must say with the financials that it come at the administration and congress can't move fiscal policy followed, which is essentially the new fad. you know, i think it would be some trouble in the financial trade. again, we like the industrials. lauren: do feel like this is a market that no matter what wants to climb higher, the headline number for the jobs report a big disappointment. the u.s. at the missile strike in syria, gas stocks barely declined. >> yes. we just came out of a corner with the lowest volatility to data cited over 51 years. you know, this market is very strong. any tips or bought up
immediately. just not a lot of sellers right here. if you get 100 economists on the show, they'll talk about the p.e. ratio on the higher end of the range. we think it's deserving. if you look at what's going on with monetary policy about interest rate and the carrot that the fiscal policy handle. we think it's well deserved. lauren: break doing, thank you so much. first write a strategist. thank you for your time. >> thanks for having me. lea: "the wall street journal" says this transportation company merging with my transportation. the deal of your socks off of the two companies with a combined value of $5 million. under the deal, said shareholders would own 54% of the new company and night holders of the nebraska of companies have seen profits and shares fall in the last year as the trucking industry has come under pressure. shares are down almost 18% this year.
i shares are down 7% here today. we have delays for delta airlines continuing to today, day number five after a storm near atlanta on wednesday, the storm sent off a domino effect that resulted in cancellation of 3,505,000 more delays. don't decide the lingering disruptions were a result of limited availability and flight crews and most mandating how long flight crews can operate. that turned into nightmares for passengers. >> coastline for atlanta to birmingham and a man back to birmingham and not me, so i've been here. the number of delayed flights today down to 48 with four cancellations. lea: labor department accused cuba will pay an apology. paying women less than men for doing the same art or "the guardian" reported a labor
official disclosed the allegations during a friday court hearing and services go. officials said the alleged disparities in pay for women or across the entire workforce. google strongly disagree with those charges. just 19% of google's tech jobs were held by women. lauren: what is next for the u.s. missile strikes in syria? it depends on syria. >> it's very difficult to understand how a political solution could result from continuation of the assad regime. lauren: senior director michael jordan what he thinks will happen. you you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪ just another manic monday ♪ that's my sunday ♪
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lea: welcome back. 5:15 a.m. your new york area that gets you caught up on what's happening now. lieutenant general h. r. mcmaster says the u.s. is prepared to take further military action against syria. mcmaster also made clear that president trump prefers the political solution to the civil war and the president wants a worldwide response to syrian president that would include assad's allies russia and iran. bill gorsuch becomes a supreme court justice this morning. john roberts will administer the oath of office. that will happen in a private ceremony 9:00 a.m. eastern
followed by the second month in a public ceremony at the white house about two hours later. google accused of paying women less than men for the very same word. the u.s. labor department says investigators found systemic pay inequality throughout the company. google says it strongly disagrees with those charges. here's a look at u.s. stock market futures now. dow futures higher by 13. it can be higher by two. nasdaq higher by three. that's what happening now. lauren. lauren: after missile strikes in response to chemical weapons attack, what happens next? michael durant a former national security council senior director under president george w. bush. good to see you, michael. >> good morning. is this your missile strike a one and done event or just president trump made to be more involved militarily? >> i don't think it was one and done. it was meant to put the world on notice that the united states is back, that the kind of passive posture of the obama administration is over.
it was a kind of fascinating 360-degree message. president trump told the president xi jinping while they were having dinner about the strike. then you hurting your last report, secretary of state rex tillerson and national security advisor h.r. mcmaster made statements that were clearly directed at russia. the main target of the strike really more than a assad regime as the russians and chinese female not have the united states to walk all over. lauren: maryland senator ben cardin on the foreign relations committee told fox news on sunday congressional authority does not exist for going against assad without further approval from congress. ready sadness? do they need to sign off on further military action? >> the president has the right to take actions when he sees a threat to u.s. interests. there is the use of force
resolution that dates back 16 years. in my view, it would be preferable to have a new use of military force. when i look at divisions in congress, i'm not sure they can produce that you >> not only in syria but the korean peninsula as we guard against north korea and a potential nuclear missile test. senator lindsey graham calling for 6000 additional troops in the middle east to combat isis. your thoughts? >> i'm not sure the troop numbers are the issue. the problem with basis is what we put in place after we defeat it? there's no question we can't defeat bases militarily. the big question is what happens after that is the coalition to have a new order. lea: secretary of state rex tillerson is heading to meet
with his russian counterparts. there is the strategic base the strategic basin. that's an important strategic asset for russia and then the question of power. what do you think will come out at the meetings? how will russia respond? >> my guess is the russians right now the week. we took this action without negotiating with them and after we took it, we accuse them of complicity or suggested that they were complicit with the chemical attack. poussin is going to want to look strong without taking any provocative actions. the fact that the matter he's weak and vulnerable to counterattack by s. lauren: got it. michael durand, thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you. lea: in sports, the golf gods finally smile and sergio garcia at the trumps at the masters tournament. at the box office.
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>> behold our mortal enemy, pepe. that's exactly the problem. this is war. puppies are waning and babies are losing. >> avenues. >> what are we going to do? >> you're going to help me. lauren: once again, "boss baby" winning 26.3 million in the second weekend. disney's "beauty & the beast" coming in 25 million, grossing $1 million worldwide. third place with $14 million followed by the new comedy going to dial starring morgan freeman and dropping down to fifth place, ghost in the shell with $7 million. lea: it's time for sports. it took nearly two decades for sergio garcia finally won a major. ended in dramatic fashion yesterday. he had to overcome a strong challenge from england's justin rose after an intense battle the two were tied. a nice kick and it rolls towards the pin.
sitting pretty. garcia with this approach. watch this. atlanta five feet. now for the pipe. rose just mrs. hayes, heading to the right. he cannot believe it. garcia with a chance to win. so then they head to the 73rd first. as shop signs on the right. he gets lucky. a little bit behind here. this is a great match. emerges from the word. a lengthy putt to make par. it is no good. garcia can now have frustration to the rest. he thinks the putt for birdie and was the 81st masters. he gets to wear the green jacket.
let's move over to the nba. russell westbrook no-space set a record after the single-season mark for triple doubles in a season. forty-second against the nuggets scored 50 points in the process. three seconds left. the thunder down to. when they came back with us or 16-105. 50 or more points. but if the same. if you're watching golf, though it's a good one this weekend. lea: secretary of state rex your first look at morning markets and breaking news. heads to moscow. what is expected to be tense talks with blood in their prudent. >> i hope that russia is thinking carefully about its continued alliance with assad. every time one of these horrific attacks occurs, it draws russia closer into some level of responsibility. lauren: you are watching trained by then, your first look at
lauren: break in his disbarment. after lunch and missile strikes and sarah, what is next for nicole petallides. as rex your first look at morning markets and breaking tiy morning. i am lauren simonetti. tragedy is that he sent a straight repair this in in response to threats from north korea. >> markets earnings season moves into high gear this week and political risks around the world keeping investors on edge. a slight pullback last week in modesty and this monday morning. dow futures of five. lea: asia watch investors has
been making is that seven tenths of 1%. shanghai composite and china lowered by one half of 1%. lauren: more headaches for adults are passengers at delays dragging today number five today. lea: google is sure changing women who work for the company. the golf gods finally smile and sergio garcia as he transfer his first major policy area. lea: welcome to "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. glad to be with you. lauren: president trumps national security advisor h.r. faster this open the possibility of more military u.s. action in syria. he makes clear the president wants a political solution to the crisis. exclusive interview, general mcmaster saying the white house wants other nations including russia to step up their own oscar.
>> what investor haley pointed out is it's very difficult to understand how a political solution could result from the assad regime. we are not saying we are the ones who are going to effect that change. other countries have to ask themselves hard questions. russia should ask themselves, what are we doing here? why are we supporting this murderous regime? lea: meanwhile, secretary of state rex tillerson saying he will uphold its commitment to ensure the elimination of serious chemical weapons. >> by russia has not been able to achieve that is unclear to me. i don't draw conclusions of complicity that they've been incompetent and perhaps they just simply been outmaneuvered by the syrians. >> of programming now. maria bartiromo will sit down for an exclusive interview on wednesday. he won't want to miss the president's first interview
since he took office. that is on "mornings with maria" right here on the fox business network. lauren: john corneille come the senate's number two republican saying congress must be included in further u.s. military actions in syria. >> under the war resolutions that, pursuant to that act, explaining his actions, it also makes good sense. before we commit our men and women in uniform to any sort of conflict, they deserve the support of congress on a bipartisan basis as well as support of the american people. lauren: ben cardin, top democrat also saying the president needs to come to congress before committing troops. >> in regards of going against syria, there is no authority to use force. the president has some inherent article ii powers, but as he
consulted with us by notice on this attack, it's incumbent upon him to consult with congress and if there is a use of force on a continuing basis, he needs the app there is a shame. >> president trump has spoken with japanese prime minister over the weekend about the missile strikes in syria as most north korea. lea: as his fame and responsibility for the deadly bombing attacks targeting to coptic orthodox churches in egypt. 50 people were killed and 100 injured on palm sunday. we caution some of what you're about to see is very disturbing. a surveillance video shows a suicide with a blue sweater outside historic st. mark's cathedral and the city of alexandria. the bombers turned away and direct it to a metal detector. the bomber then walks past the police officer talking to another woman and detonate the bomb causing a huge fireball outside the cathedral.
egypt has declared a state of emergency after these explosions. a u.s. carrier strike group on the move to the korean peninsula as tensions increase over recent north korean test. the group led by the aircraft carrier, reversing course and heading north in singapore as they show of force in the region. ryan crocker, the former u.s. ambassador to syria welcoming the move on "sunday morning futures." >> i think the deployment of a carrier battle group of tours korea was also the right thing to do. when i was ambassador in kuwait, i referred to 2,100,000 tons of diplomacy. >> rocker praising president trump for his handling of the situation is area adding that any retaliation by russia or syria for last week's u.s. military strikes would be in vain.
lea: neil gorsuch, president trumps nominee will be sworn in this morning. she's just as john roberts will administer the oath of office in a private ceremony at 9:00 a.m. eastern. justice anthony kennedy will administer the second note that not all be in a public ceremony two hours later. gorsuch as a clerk for kennedy in the 1990s. he was confirmed on friday along party lines after republicans used the "nuclear option" to change senate precedent. lauren: commerce secretary wilbur ross weighing in on meetings between chinese president xi jinping. the u.s. wants the chinese to do more to reduce the trade deficit between the two countries and to increase total trade. "sunday morning futures," the u.s. is looking for real progress on these issues. >> words are easy. discussions are received. and most meetings are received. what is hard is tangible results. if we don't get some tangible results within the first 100
days, we have to re-examine whether it's worthwhile continuing. lea: the meetings overall were productive. let's get you caught up on a global market action overnight. the nikkei in japan higher by seven tenths of 1%. the hang seng in hong kong or fractionally. lower by one half of 1%. lauren: a few hours into the european session at stockstill next. a two-point gain for the foot in london. cac in paris on 30 points. lea: a look at u.s. stock market futures added the opening bell. s&p futures higher by one. down $52 a barrel, a one-month high. still there this morning at 52.65, pulling back to dollars. 12.55 the tryouts. lea: busy week for investors this earnings season gets underway. joining us now is bright
viewing, chief market strategist with first franklin good welcome back. you mentioned you like health care stocks. why given the health care bill being worked on in washington. why? >> well, you know, why did it not work? the bill did not work because it is not working together. lea: why do you like health care? >> i like health care because i'm a technical basis we like how it is back this year. year to date it is up 8%. it is a sector rotation after a selloff last year. lauren: we see pretty had market valuations. we are expecting to see the best quarter in about six years. you don't think the valuations right now are too high. why? >> you know, that is a great question. as i mentioned before, we traded the upper end of the ratio range
and we think there could be a reason for that. with the monetary policy, low interest rate, you have the administration dangling fiscal policy out there, but the structural change from the pensions into the 401(k). he also had the largest move from active to passive funds. we feel with all of that combined that maybe this range is justified here and maybe it's actually below where it should be. lea: after the missile strike in syria, wonder how concerned you are with clinical risk and you you see geopolitical influence is holding investors back this week. >> you know, if you think about what we've been through all this year, the market is just strong and holding up well. reluctant to sell off attending is. they want to dial back their bond buying and also with the rate coming. we think the real issue, but most important one is the fiscal
policy going forward with congress. lea: great insight this morning. chief strategist at first franklin. thanks for being with us. lauren: big trucking merger to be with us. "the wall street journal" "wall street journal" says that transportation is merging with a transportation. idea will be a stock swap of the two companies with a combined value of $5 billion. under the deal, slick shareholders for pleaded the bar and the company and shareholders would own the rest. both companies have seen their profits and share prices fall in the last year as the trucking industry has come under pressure. swift shares down almost 18% in 2017. may shares are down more than 17% year to date. lea: delta passengers continue today. the storms set off a domino effect the result in the cancellation of 3500 flights and thousands more delays.
the lingering distractions are the result of limited availability mandating how wants lakers cannot pray. that turn into nightmares for passengers. >> i was fine for atlanta to birmingham and they sent my back to birmingham and not me. i've been here since wednesday. lea: according to fight aware, the number of delayed flights is down to 48 today but for cancellations. lauren: what is next after the u.s. missile strike in syria? it depends on syria. >> it is very difficult to understand how a political solution could result from continuation of the assad regime. lauren: will ask senior adviser michael durand what he thinks will happen next. instead of spraying, and might feel like summer here in the north east. only 55 degrees in new york now.
you just wait. fox meteorologist adam klotz will have the forecast for you. let's check oil for you this morning. back above $52 a barrel. high for crude hit 52.64 is your precise at my 42:00 and easter. you are watching trends have been -- you are watching transcendent, your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
lauren: happy monday. good morning to you. 5:45 a.m. in new york. national security adviser, lieutenant general h.r. mcmasters says the u.s. is prepared to take further military action against syria. speaking on "fox news sunday," neck asked her made clear president trump prepares a political solution and that the president wants a worldwide response to syrian president assad is action that would include allies, russia and iran. just gorsuch officially becomes a supreme court justice this morning. chief justice john roberts will administer the oath of office in
a private ceremony at 9:00 this morning eastern time folder the second of been a public ceremony at the white house two hours later. google being accused of paying them en masse. the u.s. labor department says they found systemic inequality throughout the company. google says it strongly disagrees with the charges. this morning, you are seeing stock market futures just turn negative. dow futures down two points and fractionally lower. that's a look at what's happening right now. lea: had a near the korean peninsula right now. joining us now is a former national security director under president george bush. welcome back. let's talk about north korea. north korea's largest trading partner is china. during much dependent on china for its economy. to think president trump was able to convince the leaders at night to help rein in north korea? >> we didn't get any information on that. i suspect that the data because
this problem in some ways is even more and track the syria. lea: can north korea's leader of the comments to shut down the nuclear program and how can that be accomplished? the big question for countries as if they have nukes then they are not going to behave by attacks like we saw in syria. >> all they have is their ability to blackmail the world. it is going to be the last thing that is going to give up. without the chinese they want to sit on them. until now, they have seen the desire. lauren: at president trump is doing what he can come speaking of parties involved to figure out the best solution. he spoke with the prime minister. what can we expect from japan? >> first, we put the carrier group into near korean waters.
that is just to tell the north koreans that we can -- and the chinese for that better than we can walk and chew gum at the same time because we're involved in syria, does it mean they're not paying attention to what's going on in east asia. the message to the japanese is quite similar to that. we are back, we will use military deterrence which our military deterrence on mike beerbohm administration. nobody's had a solution to this north korean problem. lea: this administration taking strong policy. what are the next steps for trying to stop north korea from developing a nuclear weapons program. some people say a preemptive strike would cause kim jong soon to invade north korea. what are your thoughts on how to actually stop north korea from developing nuclear weapons? >> the most fruitful possibilities for when the president trump is following in
the negotiations with the chinese. if there is a solution other than managing it, then it runs through beijing. lea: thank you. good insight. former nsa director. thanks for being with us this morning. lauren: in sports, the golf gods finally smile as sergio garcia at the triumphs at the masters and puts on the green jacket. they might actually feel like summer in the north east. meteorologist adam klotz will have the details for you. let's check in on the markets. modestly higher when we started the show. down just to point at nasdaq futures up not even a point. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning markets and breaking news. ♪
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lauren: good morning. welcome back great time for sports. it took 20 years, the sergio garcia has won a major. and in dramatic fashion at the masters that he had to overcome a strong challenge from justin rose after pretty tense battles come in the two were tied heading to the 18th hole. it's a nice kick on his approach and it rolls towards japan. garcia then stuffs his approach as well. this may have been the shot of his entire career. it lands five feet from the hole. grossman says. theory days. now he just misses to the right. you can't believe it. garcia with a chance to win.
but he misses that. they have now to the 73rd tee shot. not where you wanted to go. he can go lucky bounce and after the ball emerges from the word later, a lengthy putt to make partner. check this out, here we go. it is no good. garcia cannot put the earth restoration to rest. he thinks the pot and he wins. the 81st masters and he falls to the ground you do finally get to wear the green jacket. looks really good on him, too. let's go to the nba. russell westbrook and assad to set a record. the single-season mark for triple double in a season. forty-second against the nuggets, scoring 50 points in the process and this historic day with a dagger.
three seconds down to. the deep three pointer to end the game at the buzzer. here's the score 106-105. the third triple-double with 50 or more points plus an amazing season for him. lea: let's get a literature monday for a literature monday forecast with fox meteorologist saturday. good morning. reporter: good morning. i know you guys are excited about this warm weather. here's what we look out across the country. a seasonal average in new york city would be right around 59 degrees. we are already warm considering how early it is. that is the case in kansas city. a cold front was a potential for severe weather today. that is going to sweep across the country. not a lot of that to the d.c. and a little bit stretching through the chicagoland area. before the day is over, looking at least a chance of tornadoes, severe thunderstorms stretching all the redundant portions of
central texas. ride along the frontal boundary. one is that going to fire up? an hour by hour forecasters at the line will come together. hour by hour, mostly cleared to come together in the early afternoon to early farming late afternoon, early evening lingering into the overnight hours. that is all happening right among the frontal boundary. we are getting impressive numbers across the country. mid-seventies, 80 degrees in louisville. mid-seventies in new york city. continuing to stay warm, probably closer to the 80s come tomorrow. more of a summerlike field the next couple days. lea: a-alpha does anything too damaging. thank you on a sunday. coming up, disney might be working on a huggable robot for its theme parks. you are watching "fbn:am."
>> kid visiting disney theme park sunday hunting robots. a new patent application says the company is now developing robots that have been adapted for interaction with human beings. disney says the robots would have to be soft and durable in order to play with kids. they didn't print the disneyland and disney world may someday be robots. imagine that. >> not the best news for the people who usually play those characters at disney. but that goes these days. thanks for joining us this
morning. we will see a bright and early tomorrow. the map at that, good monday morning to maria bartiromo. "mornings with maria" starts now. maria: hi, ladies. good morning, everybody. i am maria bartiromo and it's monday, april 10th. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. president trump taking charge on tax overhaul. a look at what is to be done to ensure different outcomes than the health care bill. key policy issues when i sit down with president trump tomorrow. the first part of the interview airing at 7:00 a.m. eastern on wednesday morning. join us for our exclusive interview with president donald trump this week. america's next step, issuing a new warning as allies will respond to last week's strike was forced. >> what we are doing is working with partners, allies, everyone except russia and iran who are somehow continuing to dig okay to be aligned with this murderous