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pastor robert jeffress is among our guests tomorrow. thanks for being with us. cheryl: it is 5:00 a.m. here are your top stories. all eyes on the g-20 summit in osaka, japan. right now, the president has had several meetings with world leaders. the world is watching and waiting for president trump's meeting with president xi-jinping. could tensions derail any deal. ashley: promises of rising taxes and healthcare coming out of the second night of democratic debates. why the president said the dems last night helped to win him re-election. cheryl: a he blow for the dems as the house approved a senate version of a bill to care for migrants at that time southern border. ashley: if you're missing jerry,y elaine, george and
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kramer, we'll tell you how to experience a little bit of seinfeld in person. it is friday, june 28th, all day. "fbn: a.m." starts right now. ♪ we're going to have a party. ♪ meet me at mary's place. ♪ we're going to have a party. ashley: what a beautiful picture. good morning, welcome to "fbn: a.m.." i'm as ashley webster, in for lauren simonetti. it is june 28th all day, it's a friday. cheryl: end of the quarter, end of the month. good morning, i'm cheryl casone. so let's take a look at how your money is moving this morning dow on pace for the best june since
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1938, s&p on track, best june since 1955. green arrows s. ashley: investors keeping an eye on economic day a take today, lots of things for the market to consider. we're getting earnings from constellation brands before the bell. cheryl: stocks in asia, ahead of the big meeting between president trump and xi-jinping, all red arrows across the board. ashley: in europe, they're just getting their day underway, as opposed to asia, green arrows on the ftse, the dax and the cac in paris. cheryl: we've got a lot of news to cover this hour. president trump just wrapping up a meeting with russian president vladimir putin on the sidelines of the g-20 summit. it was their first face-to-face following the conclusion of robert mueller's investigation. ashley: blake berman is live in osaka, japan with the latest. good morning, blake. >> reporter: good morning. good evening, however you want to view it over here in osaka, japan, ashley and cheryl. it was a handful of bilateral
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meetings for president trump on the sidelines of the g-20, the first time that the president and russias' vladimir putin have met since the summit nearly one year ago and right off the bat, before the media, the president was asked about the issue of russian meddling. >> [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: of course, i will, the president was asked when he was asked whether or not he would bring it up with vladimir putin. meantime, it is 6:00 here this evening in japan. meaning tomorrow the president will sit down and have that face-to-face meeting with xi-jinping of china. according to a senior chinese negotiator, she will ask for tariff toss be lifted and a ban on huawei to be removed, that negotiator saying as for huawei,
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the u.s. should correct the wrongdoing of illegitimately attacking foreign businesses. >> a lot of people are talking about it and it's very interesting and it's going to come out hopefully well for both countries and ultimately it will work out. >> did you promise china you would not put any new tariffs on. >> no, i haven't. nothing. good question. no. >> reporter: the president also meets tomorrow with the saudi crown prince. the issue of iran will likely be a focus there. ashley: blake, thank you very much. lots to talk about. but now, let's get to the battleground state of florida, another 10 democratic candidates squaring off last night in the second presidential debate, trading jabs over a range of issues that included immigration, race and healthcare. cheryl: kristina partsinevolos joins us now live from miami. good morning, kristina.
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>> reporter: oh, you guys are so peppy this morning. good morning. happy friday. what a feisty start to yesterday's debate. within the first few minutes, you had candidates interrupting each other. one of the more memorable moments was the interaction between joe biden and kamala harris. even my uber driver that took me here, brought it up. kamala harris went after joe biden for his previous comments about working with two segregationist senators early on in his career. listen in. >> it was hurtful to hear you talk about the reputations of two united states senators who built their reputations and career on the segregation of race in his country. and it was not only that, but you also worked with them to oppose bussing. >> that's a mischaracterization of my position across the board. i did not praise racists. i was a public defender.
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i left a good law firm to become a public defender. >> reporter: mr. biden found himself on the defensive side quite often throughout the night. one of the big topics was healthcare and medicare for all. the big question is how are the candidates going to pay for it. bernie sanders was asked not once, but twice, how he was going to pay for it. listen to how he planned to answer that question. >> will you raise taxes for the middle class in a sanders administration? >> people who have healthcare under medicare for all will have no premiums, no deductibles, no copayments, no out-of-pocket expenses, he yes, they will pay more in taxes but less in healthcare for what they get. >> reporter: healthcare is definitely a contentious issue within the party, still debates and you could he see how candidates slide from other side. when they were asked would they cover illegal immigrants, several raised their hands. listen. >> raise your hand if your
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government plan would he provide coverage for undocumented immigrants. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: you can see, all the candidates raised their hands. the president was watching the debate and took to twitter by responding to that exact moment, by writing all democrats just raised their hands for giving millions of illegal aliens unlimited healthcare. how about taking care of american citizens first, that's the end of that race. so overall, quite a feisty 120 minutes. you did have joe biden who spoke the most, almost about 13 minutes, most out of any candidates both nights and the one who spoke the least was andrew yang, just under three minutes. he also was -- i noticed this last night when i was watching -- one of the only ones not wearing a tie. but for voters, let just point out the obvious, we have 221 days until the primary season starts. the debates are now done and i'm
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going to throw it back to you guys. cheryl: kristina, thank you so much we'll have more analysis coming up. now on to washington, the house passed a border funding bill, approving the senate version of the legislation, now they're sending it to president trump for his signature. ashley: mike e em emmanuel is n capitol hill with the he details. >> it is not the one we hoped for but it's what we will voting for today. >> reporter: nancy pelosi said in order to get resource toss the children fastest, we will reluctantly pass the t senate bill. pelosi took heat from many directions, including republicans. lindsey graham met with pelosi, warning today's aid bill won't fix the bigger problem. >> if you don't fix why they come here illegally, you'll be spending $4 billion every six months. >> reporter: pelosi dealt with a
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divide caucus, liberals who said they don't want to give president trump a dime. >> looking for the boldest expression of who we are as american noose ans. >> reporter: and moderates feeling pressure to deliver. >> a conference is a compromise and so we suspect that would be part of our conversation. >> reporter: senate republicans held firm, noting their bill is bipartisan, worked out by republican richard shelby and democrat patrick leahy which passed with an 84-8 vote. majority leader mitch mcconnell sensed he had the upper hand. >> both sides have compromised. we're standing at the 5-yard line. apparently come in the house want to big back into that abolish i.c.e. playbook. >> reporter: this is a big loss for the most liberal wing of the house democratic caucus. they tried to flex some muscle, putting pelosi in an awkward spot. they didn't have any leverage this time. on capitol hill, mike emmanuel,
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fox news. cheryl: time now for some other headlines we are watching this morning. apple shares taking a hit after hours on the news that the company's design chief is leaving, telling the financial times he departing to form his own company. he's been a major design force behind products like the ipod, the iphone, ipad, even apple's new space ship campus. another setback for boeing, folks. the troubled 737 max fleet is expected to stay grounded until late this year. that is much longer than expected. regulators discovered a new software problem on the jet. we reported that yesterday. that hurt the stock yesterday. the setback expected to disrupt airline schedules around the world. boeing is negotiating settlements with the families of dozens of victims of two crashes involving the jets. more than 100 lawsuits have been filed against the aerospace
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giant. abercrombie and fitch will go green, but not what you think. the retailer says it will sell products maybe with cannabis, it's expanding its partnership with green growth brands to sell cbd infused body lotions, sugar scrubs. i wish i could say there was time to book a reservation at the taco bell hotel. i really like taco bell. this is true. i was way too late. rooms at the hotel for a week in august snatched up in two minutes after the reservation window opened. these guys are going to be treated to days filled with tacos and entertainment. more importantly, a day with tacos. ashley: i'm with you, cheryl. sounds wonderful. let's take a look at a the action on wall street. green arrows, the dow up 81 points, s&p and nasdaq also slightly higher. still ahead, day two of the g-20 susummit is underway.
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ashley: president trump meeting with russian president vladimir putin at the g-20 summit today. it's their first meeting since a federal investigation determined russia made extensive efforts to meddle in the 2016 u.s. presidential election. putin denied the charge. the president addressed it today with reporters. >> mr. president, will you -- [ indiscernible ] ashley: of course i will and then turns to putin and says don't meddle. let's bring in james caraf ano f the heritage pounds. let's start with russia. telling russia don't meddle in our elections, you can say whatever you want. they're going to do what they want to do. >> trump's playing the long game with russia. that's why he repeatedly meets with putin.
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look, there's an off-ramp here many i'm not going to let you meddle with u.s. interests. i'm going to push back. we've done that with russia. it's when you stop and recognize u.s. interests, we can figure out how to get along. he repeats that message every time he meets with putin. ashley: i want to get into china. we just have a couple more minutes. i get the feeling, and i hate to use this expression, there's going to be a one big nothing burger with a side of nothing. i feel the chinese are coming in hard. the president, we know he negotiates very strongly. i feel like they'll agree to disagree. what say you? >> i think that's a really fair assessment. look, you stole my line. ashley: sorry. >> no, look, there's a limited -- i think we're going to one of two end states here and it's not going to happen here. we're either going to kind of have a global time out and they'll push things off to after the election and pick back up again, or they'll meld into an
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interim deal. we're probably not going to have that big -- the chinese ask, just let us flood your company with huawei products. that ain't going to happen. so i'm with you. i think this is just a small step and then we'll see what happens. i'm not sure we can predict, it's either an interim deal or no deal. ashley: look, donald trump has kind of from the very beginning put out exactly how he's going to handle these issues. it's america first, china has been trying to get its head around it and i do think that xi himself is under a lot of pressure because the chinese economy is hurting a lot more than the u.s. economy. >> look, i don't do politics. i thought it's interesting we've been through two democratic debates now and literally all the candidates say yes, china's a big problem. and what trump is, he represents on china and russia, for that matter, is a bipartisan consensus that americans on both sides of the aisle really get that these two guys are the
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chief destabilizing forces in the world and the only way to deal with them is to stand up to them. ashley: i'm sorry i stole your expression. >> i should have trademarked it when i ha had the chance. ashley: you should have. cheryl: now a burger sounds good. the supreme court has issued two major decisions, both of which do have the potential to affect the 2020 election. ashley: one of them on electoral maps, the other with the upcoming census. david spunt has more from outside the supreme court. >> reporter: the supreme court sending two major issues back to the lower courts thursday. in the department of commerce versus the state of new york, the justices have for now blocked a citizenship question from the 2020 census. chief justice john roberts joining the liberal justices in a majority decision, saying the administration's explanation for adding is unsufficient. >> we're disappointed by the decision.
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i think it's common sense for the government to know who is in the country and if they're citizens or not. >> reporter: while the issue could end up back at the supreme court, forms for next year's census are due to be printed next month. it appears adding the question in 2020 would be impossible. president trump tweeting he asked lawyers if the census can be delayed, writing can anyone believe that as a great country we're not able to ask whether or not someone is a citizen? only in america. critics say including the question would have caused an under-count as some may have feared legal consequences of being in the country illegally. >> it could have driven millions in new york and other states across the country into the shadows. >> reporter: the justices ruling on gerrymandering, democrats in maryland and republicans in north carolina are accused of changing electoral district down disttogive their party an advan. there may be more leeway to
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redistrict maples. readies maps. justices will hand down orders tomorrow, one of those orders could relate to d daca, the dre. cheryl: president trump tweeting about the stock market. the stock market went up massively from the day after i won election to the day i took office because of the enthusiasm because i was going to be president, the stock market increase must be credited to me. if hillary won, a big crash, the president just now tweeting from osaka, japan. ashley: let's take a look at futures this morning. they have been pointing slightly higher on this last trading day of june and the second quarter as you can see, the dow up 81 points, nasdaq and s&p also slightly higher. all right, coming up, day two of the democratic debates promising higher taxes for the middle
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cheryl: the second night of the first democratic presidential debate put many of the top white house contenders all on one stage. >> if you ever told me any time in my life that this country would sanction federal agents to take children from the arms of their parents, put them in cages, actually put them up for
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adoption, colorado we call that kidnapping. >> you said we shouldn't, quote, demonize the rich. what did you mean by that? >> what i meant by that, look, donald trump thinks wall street built america. ordinary middle class americans built america. >> i believe constitutionally we have the power to rotate judges to other courts. and that brings in new blood into the supreme court. >> you also worked with them to oppose bussing and there was a little girl in california who was part of the second class to integrate her public schools and she was bussed to school every day. and that little girl was me. >> mischaracterization of my position across the board. i did not praise racists. i was a public defender. cheryl: joining us now, phil wegman, wendy osepo.
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welcome to both of you. wendy, bernie sanders admitted that his plan for medicare for all, a lot of his plans, would raise taxes on the middle class. does this hurt sanders? >> i don't think it necessarily hurts him because to be quite honest, this is the same exact rhetoric we've been hearing from bernie sanders for the past 15 years. so-to-speak. so he really didn't say anything new. that is not going to help his case at all. what we did hear was vital points from both kamala harris, i think kirsten gillibrand had a strong night as well, but camilla hair which is wakamalah. right now, bernie sanders is not resonating with the american people. cheryl: when he says he's going to raise taxes, that's not going to be helpful. you're right about harris. i thought the exchange with joe biden was pretty incredible over the bussing issue and she said i
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was that child, i was on that bus in the he '70s. i thought that was a heart-felt moment that seemed to kind of take den off of his -- take biden off of his heels a little bit. >> i think a lot of voters would agree with you. when we look at -- cheryl: go ahead. >> sorry. cheryl: go ahead. >> sorry about that. kamala harris, i think a lot of pollsters and politicos have beelooking at her and wondering when she would have that moment and last night the moment was when she took on the front run refrontrunnerin prime time. i think it stole the night and solidified kamala harris as a top tier candidate. she showed she is capable of taking on joe biden and capable of winning that exchange. cheryl: also, wendy, we're looking at live pictures on the bottom of the screen, to let our viewers know, the arrival of the
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g-20 leaders for the photo opportunity they'll have in japan. wendy, the other thing is that president trump has been tweeting about the market but he also basically said last night's debate is going to win him re-election, especially when all of the candidates said they would offer healthcare to illegal immigrants. what did you make of that? not one hand stayed down for that question when they were asked. >> i think the democratic party is speaking to the hearts of the american people. if i can extend the comment that was said by one of your other guests, he said kamala harris took on joe biden in prime time. i would say that even shows she could take on donald trump in prime time. she was strong, she was presidential, she was calm and she surprised a lot of the american people. i think whatever the platform is, we have seen a shift of more democrats being more liberal. i don't think this will hurt them, about healthcare, anything like that, because the shift has grown from 29% of americans
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feeling they're liberal to 50% of democrats saying they're liberal. i think the message will resonate with the voters it needs to resonate with. cheryl: i was to pivot back to sanders. hopefully you can hear me clearly. sorry about the audio problems. the idea of rotating supreme court justices, what was that? >> i think what this is, you have a progressive candidate who is frustrated with the current makeup of the supreme court. this is not as progressive as some of the other suggestions that we've seen from other candidates where they actually want to pack the court, something we haven't heard about since fdr. this is something that is speaking to a deep frustration among progressive vote. voters. they've seen president trump has been capable of getting two nominees onto the court and they want something to change. this proposal, something new from bernie sanders and i think it's going to resonate. cheryl: wendy and phil, thanks to both of you. now you can be a television anchor, you're talking and
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someone's in your ear. that's all you need to know. ashley: how would you like to be a billionaire? nasa is getting ready to explore an asteroid so valuable that it would make everyone on earth a billionaire. psych 16 floating between mars and jupiter, guess what, is filled with gold, platinum, iron and nickel. the estimated value of the as steroid? 10,000quadrillion dollars. nasa's mission to psych 16 is expected to arrive around 2026. cheryl: you know elon musk is already ready to roll this out. we've got a lot more coming up. all eyes squarely focused on osaka, japan right now as president trump gets ready to meet with china's president xi-jinping. are we going to have a deal? we do expect to see the president in the next few minutes. we'll bring those pictures to you live. and details on how twitter's
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ashley: let's get you caught up on the global market action on this last day of the week, last trading day of the month and the quarter. what a day. the dow on pace for the best june since 1938, s&p on track for its best june since 1955. not bad. investors keeping an eye out for economic data today on income and spending as well as the important consumer sentiment numbers. we're getting earnings from beverage company, constellation brands, that will be out before the bell. meanwhile, let's take a look at what's going on in asia
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overnight. red arrows across the board, nikkei, shanghai, hang seng, kospi losing ground. in europe, other story on the flip side, the ftse, cac and dax on the upside, modestly so. cheryl: nice to see green arrows in europe. the world is going to be watching tomorrow as president trump meets with chinese president xi-jinping on the sidelines of the g-20 summit in japan. it's going to be a lunc lunch l meeting. huawei's top security official told maria bartiromo yesterday the trade talks shouldn't affect huawei's business interest. >> people don't understand the way the united states government works. if they think any agreement between the u.s. and china is going to eliminate all restrictions on huawei's ability to do business in the united states, we will not be a allowed to do business unless there are strict government monitored risk mitigation processes. a trade deal is not going to affect that. cheryl: well, can the trade
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talks between the u.s. and china get back on track this weekend? don del grover, a fellow at defense priorities is here. what do you think, how optimistic or not are you about an agreement being hashed out tomorrow? >> i think we can definitely get to a cease fire. there is a possibility eventually for a trade deal and we absolutely should go for a trade deal. what we need to recognize is that we need to meet the chinese halfway. about 20 minutes ago the chinese said they are willing to meet us halfway. the catch is, we can't ask them to change domestic laws. one of the things we said is you need to change your laws to protect intellectual property. in the long run, they need to be more capital is particular. if xi came to washington and said change your laws, america, that's a non-starter. cheryl: we're looking at pictures from osaka, japan, as we look at at the arrivals of the leaders at osaka capital guest house. that's where they'll have the
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photo of the leaders taken on the terrace and then the dinner. with regard to the g-20 in general. there's supposed to be an earlier meeting between lighthizer and chinese counterparts to lay the ground groundwork to smooth over the relationship. president xi is under a lot of pressure from hard-liners that don't want him to quote, unquote, give into the united states. is that going to play a factor tomorrow? >> it certainly is. there's a lot of talk in china, in the government and in society, that trump is under pressure. from their point of view, trump has to be worried about 2020. so what i hope here is that both sides, that there's room to maneuver here, especially because we need to look out for our prosperity. we need to out-he compete china. we need to preserve the golden goose. it's the economy that allows us to fund the world class military
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and that's what undermines the secure. cheryl: the chinese economy has been under pressure. they can't keep putting stimulus into that economy. maybe they can, i don't know. at this point, the data we're getting out of china does show weakness. i would think that would be a bargaining chip for us. >> it goes both ways. the federal reserve has been thinking about doing a rate cut. we need to go back to obama. we've been doing quantitative easing for quite a while. both sides are under pressure. we've got $70 billion worth of loss from this trade war and that's hurting us across the board. cheryl: john, great perspective from you and again, all eyes on japan as we await to see president trump in the next few moments. john, thank you. >> thank you. ashley: time for a look at other headlines we are watching. twitter says it will begin flagging tweets by politicians who violate his rules. the social media company has been reluctant to take action
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against posts by politicians and government officials the way it does for others, saying such messages are in the pub's public interests. noncompliance tweets won't be individual i'll in users time lines. the nation's largest banks are rewarding shareholders, the federal reserve giving 18 banks the green light to spend tens of billions raising dividends and buying back stock. the banks submitted capital plans as part this year's stress test. fisher-price pulled another infant sleeper product from the market. the company's recalling the ultra light day and night play yard because infants can roll from their backs to their stomach, risking injury or even death. this follows the recall of similar products linked to over 30 infant deaths, although no reported deaths or injuries have
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been related to this fisher-price recall. forget bikini season. sam's club is introducing a three pound cheese cake with a graham cracker crust, topped with fruit. and if you feel like sharing it, it could serve up to 12 people all for 16 bucks. cheryl: $16? ashley: $16. cheryl: that's huge. ashley: three pounds worth. no shares a cheese cake. cheryl: no one. we've got a lot more coming up. we're watching live pictures out of japan. also, this, commuting to work can be, well, frustrating, right? google has a plan to change all that we've got details coming up. and a very special guest belting out a monster tune at wrigley field. you've got to stick around for this. it's amazing. you're watching "fbn: a.m." ♪ fly like an eagle. ♪ to the sea. ♪ fly like an eagle.
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ashley: stocks ending mostly higher yesterday as investors look for progress this weekend on trade talks, of course, between the u.s. and china. today, oh, yes, also the last trading day of the month and the second quarter with the dow on pace for its best june since 1938. that's impressive. pwc partner mitch rochell joins me now. mitch, good morning. >> good morning.
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ashley: this market with all of the cross current as you put in your notes, which i read carefully, still wants to go up because the fed's got this market's back, right? so cheap money is going to be shlossing around. nothing to worry about. what do you say? >> you've got a rally in the bond market because of flight to safety. normally when you have a flight to safety you don't have people running to equities at the same time. and it's the fomo, fear of missing out, because there were times when the market runs up. the market's not running up every month or every quarter and there are pockets in the year when it looks like we're getting a rally and investors are jumping in because they don't want to miss out on the rally because the rest of the year could be rubbish as british people like to say. ashley: rubbish indeed. what happens if no progress is made between the u.s. and china in talks tomorrow, kind of dead locked, doesn't appear this thing will resolve itself. how much of a hit to the market
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is that? >> i would have thought yesterday the market would react negatively because the rhetoric coming out of china, which may be game theory, didn't look accommodating to making a deal. they were lis listing a term sh. i think the market viewed it for what it was, as a negotiating tactic. what happens if we don't get a deal, a path forward? i think some sort of deal is priced into the market so the absence of evidence of a deal could mean the market sells off. ashley: i want todd ask you quickly you about consumer sentiment. are we seeing signs of concern creep in a little bit? >> i believe so. there's a consumer sentiment index and consumer confidence index, both were down. resales were up. -- resale sales were up. i think there's too much in the headlines, the market may overlook it today. i think look at auto sales and
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home sales, right now you have a very accomodative fed, lower rates, you would think that would stimulate big ticket purchases and it's not. i think the consumer is a little jittery, cautious and they're watching debates and seeing the political landscape, maybe the geopolitical landscape. i think that your pumping their brakes a little bit. ashley: can we still make gains on the market as we head into the second half of the year? >> i think it would depend what second quarter earnings look like. ashley: very quickly, good or bad, your prediction? >> i think companies that managed expectations really well, most companies are going to exceed expectations but they're not going to be great earnings. they set the bar really low. ashley: mitch, thank you. cheryl: google looking to make your commute a little better. the company announcing that its mass app will be updated to show how crowded busses, subways and trains are. which is good to know.
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ashley: it is that time of year, he guess what, heat building across the plains and
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expanding towards the east. cheryl: oh, boy. here we go. senior meteorologist janice dean live in the fox weather center with the forecast. good morning, janice. janice: feeling like summertime. take a look at the temperatures. 10 to 1 15 degrees above avera. a lot of 90s on the map, with the humidity it will feel warmer than that. take all the precautions. kids and pets inside if you can, in the air conditioning. past 24 hours, we have the threat for strong to severe storms across portions of the northern plains, through the great lakes, not only today but tomorrow. and that will move in towards the eastern half of the country, the northeast on saturday. the large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. the big story across the country is the heat. it's going to feel like summertime. cheryl: a lot of red on that map, janice. janice: 'tis the season. ashley: it is. it's the humidity i hate. thank you, janice. cheryl: we love you. thank you, janice.
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a chance to advance is on the line this afternoon in france. ashley: what a big game. matt napolitono is here with the latest world cup news. >> the u.s. women's national team continuing their repeat bid this afternoon against france. the americans looking to recapture dominance after a difficult win against spain. the winner will take on england. they beat norway yesterday. the hiring of another female nba coach, carol lawson is set to join the boston celtics staff. she made three trips to the final four as a member of tennessee's lady vols. she won olympic gold in beijing in 2008. well, "sesame street" meets wrigley villa as everyone's favorite character takes part in
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a time honored tradition. take a look. >> today c is for cubbies! ♪ take me out to the ballgame. ♪ take me out to the crowd. ♪ at the old ballgame! >> one and only cookie monster, putting his own twist on take he me out to the ballgame at yesterday's chicago cubs game. a absolutely awesome. the breeders cup, staying at california's santa anita park, despite the ongoing investigation into 30 horse -- into the death of 30 horses during the season. a newcomer to the nfl leaves his
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mom at a loss for words. deondre baker surprised his mom with a brand-new bentley and clearly she is loving her new ride. the giants' defensive back posting the video online, saying of his mother, watched her struggle and sacrifice to make sure i'm straight, now it's my turn to take care of her. the bentley runs about 200 $200. the rookie contract will take care of that. cheryl: wow, a bentley. >> a bentley. my mom will be mad at me. all i got her was a gift card for mother' mother's. ashley:mother's day.ashley: yo. >> some day, mom. cheryl: we have a lot more coming up. it's going to be fabulous. it's an experience for those who love the idea of camping but you don't like all the nature stuff. and how about a trip to a place about nothing? it's going to be the hottest ticket in town. keep it here on "fbn: a.m." ♪ you've got my heartbeat
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♪ the world will keep on turning. ♪ cheryl: there's nothing like a camp p fir fire in the summer.
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universal orlando wants to bring that to visitors. it opened a camping themed restaurant, a two story eatery, a large fireplace and they will serve you smores. there is coffee rubbed sirloin and vegetarian options. ashley: mosquitos optio option. if you missed your seinfeld friends, you'll want to head to new york this fall for the seinfeld experience. the attraction opening to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the hit show, 30 years. promises a look behind the scenes of the show, a chance to walk around recreations of the famous set and you can check out costumes and shots. cheryl: i bet that will be a huge hit. if you've been looking for a home for your secret lair, this is the uber man cave. there are private islands you
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might want to check out. if you have $13 million in your pocket right now, you can pick up the island home right near mamanhattan. it's got a self-sustaining house with four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a barge because you're on an island outside of manhattan. ashley: i'm in the market for a lair. big problem is of course the price tag. cheryl: we are watching all of the live pictures coming out of osaka, japan. we've been looking at different world leaders arriving, we saw french president macron arrive a while ago. ashley: we got a tweet from the president, saying i'm in japan at the g-20, representing our country well but i heard it was not a good day for sleepy joe or crazy bernie. one is exhausted, the other is nuts. cheryl: the president tweeted earlier on in the show, tweeting about the stock market and
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obviously the market, we're rounding out the month and the quarter right now. it's going to be the best june for the dow since 1938. ashley: it is impressive. the big question is tomorrow the president meets with chinese premier xi. can they come to some sort of agreement. china wants restrictions on huawei to be eliminated, he thrw out the tariffs. cheryl: it will be an eventful weekend. thank you for watching "fbn: a.m.." "mornings with maria" is now. maria: good morning. happy friday, everybody. thanks for joining us. good friday morning. i'm maria bartiromo. it is friday, june 28th. breaking news this morning, trade in focus at the g-20. we've got all the med lines heag out of japan. president trump talking trade and tariffs ahead of his meeting with chinese president xi-jinping tomorrow. hear what he had to say. the president also met with russian president vladimir putin, telling him don't meddle in the election. we're live in japan coming up.


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