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hello, everyone. good morning, it is sunday, the 4th of may, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. this is "fox and friends." when was the president the night p-i? nobody seems to know, but the white house visitor logs may reveal the answer. the details straight ahead. and vice president joe biden with an interesting response to an immigration protest. we'll do that, too. >> really? the secret plan the white house may have been hinting about. and from a dark horse to kentucky derby champion.
california chrome taking the top prize. the incredible story that all started with a horse nobody wanted. a few thousand dollars. "fox and friends" begins right now. welcome in to "fox and friends." >> it's early may here in new york city. and it is beautiful. we're celebrating spring. >> even if it it is a little early. >> did you watch the horse race? >> no, i was sleeping. >> i watched yesterday with my son for the first time. i had him pick a horse, i picked a horse. his came in dead last. >> i came in three minutes late and missed it. >> all afternoon it's the
buildup. >> it's very brisk. >> it's more about food and fashion anyway. >> we have the latest on a story we have been following here for nearly two years, and that is benghazi. one of the questions from the very beginning we have been trying to get the answer to is where was the president during the attacks? the attacks went on for eight hours. what was president obama doing during that time? we know no one in the white house called for direct military support of the americans under fire in libya that night. what was he doing? well, it now turns out that the white house visitor logs reveal he was in debate prep. he had three aides join him that night including ron claim, the democrat well-known as a debate prepper, and apparently the president was preparing for debate. >> mr. dude, a number of senators have requested information from him and wanted to find out exactly where the president was as this event was unfolding. did anyone go to the situation room in the white house?
were you in debate prep the whole evening with these three aides or did you stay, did you wander off down the hallway down to the situation room? was anyone in the situation room as this was unfolding? when was hillary clinton during all this, too? she seemed to be watching in realtime what was unfolding in benghazi and she gets on the phone with the president at 150:00 p.m. and we still do not know the contents of the phone call because then did the president say, is this on video? or did hillary clinton watch this in realtime and make her own determination this was protest because of internet video. >> congress sent out subpoenas for information and we just found out after judicial watch had to sue to get the e-mail chain, or at least the documents of the 4:00 p.m. prep call with susan rice. so it's something we'll eventually get. we don't know where she got the
intelligence from that it was, in order to blame it on the internet video, where did she get the story from? we have not seen any e-mails or drafts, no talking points, outlines or anything like that. so is that something to come out soon? >> that's the question. the secretary of state then, hillary clinton, was the first person to suggest the attacks were the result of what he turned to inflammatory internet content. and yet there's no paper trail of any kind describing how she reached that conclusion. so it's a little strange. we do have a lot of documents from the various benghazi investigations, but nothing to show hillary clinton's thinking at that moment. is that an sent? she was the secretary of state? >> she was monitoring this in realtime and know the top military officials were also monitoring all of this in realtime from africon. the headquarter there is in germany, they had a 50-person
specials operation that could have gone into benghazi should they needed them. and there were a top numbq) of military officials watch this unfold in realtime. take a listen. >> benghazi takes eight hours. the president gives and order for prepare but never gives the order to execute. over 15 organizations or headquarters like the fbi, the cia, military, et cetera, and at least 100 staff in each one of those places were watching in realtime and listening to what was going on in benghazi. we were never given the order. there's no -- we could have been there within four hours to effect that battle. and we did not get the order from the president of the united states who is the only one who can give the order. >> this raises the topic that nobody wants to discover the answer to, why were they there in the first place? why were two dozen cia employees
in benghazi, libya, in a place hundreds of thousands of americans never heard of before this took place. why were they there? the rumors is they were trying to keep arms caps under control and were trying to keep them from going to the syria rebel. is that true? >> we haven't heard much. did that get swept under the rug? >> it has and is a viable question to help us understand what happened next. >> also the president wanted to make sure he could fix his narrative. osama bin ladin is dead, al qaeda is on its heels. and we have new information out today that 11 terrorists were linked to al qaeda and were reportedly arrested in malaysia? connection with the disappearance of the missing airliner. that is 239 people on board. >> why have we not heard about this? according this happened last week as they rounded up terrorists that they may have gotten on board to hijack the
aircraft buzz did not come forward. al qaeda almost immediately claims attack, but now officials are looking at 11 potentially al qaeda-linked terrorists who may have gotten on board and downed this aircraft. >> and apparently they conceded to be planning attacks in malaysia but denied being involved in the disappearance of the plane. but this continues to show you there's a lot going on that we don't know about. >> an international investigation. reportedly these were business people, students and a young widow. so quite a range of people there. >> and so that news is fascinating. we'll again continue to stay on top of that this morning. you can weigh in on the stories we are talking about at f foxandfriends.com. the search is on for a
missing army ranger. the man went missing after kayaking off the coast of baa least with another ranger. they kayak flipped over and the two were separated. the kayak and his friend have been found by the belize coast guard. the ranger's family has set up a website for donations to help in the search. leesburg served five tours of duty. overnight we have learned that the ferry that sank in south korea failed nearly 250 trip this is year carrying too much cargo. and worse, the exceeded cargo limits were never reported. officials believe this ferry may have been overloaded when it sank last month leaving more than 300 people missing or dead. a former minnesota congressman who represented his state for 36 years passed away. democrat jim oberstar was elected in 1974. in 2006 he became chairman of the house transportation committee.
in 2010 he retired from congress after losing to his gop competitor. oberstar's family said he died in his sleep in maryland. he was 79 years old. later today former president h.w. bush will be honored with the 2014 john f. kennedy profile encourage award. the award is given in recognition to political courage he demonstrated during the 1990 budget compromise. the event is being held later this morning in boston. president bush's granddaughter lauren bush will be accepting the award on his behalf. and those are your news headlines. all right. we talked about the horse race yesterday, it was quite a horse race. i don't want to boast much, but yesterday my dad said, who are you going to pick? and i said, california chrome. >> you did? no way. >> did you put any money on your prediction? >> i didn't put any money down. >> then prove it, clayton.
>> but this is an unlikely horse. $8,000 horse they spent on this foal. like everyone passed over this horse. they didn't want it or think it was race quality, but when they got it and bought this horse, the owners, $8,000, they said, some day this horse will win the kentucky derby. now think about it, when most of these guys race, they are upwards of $2 million sometimes to get the foals to make sure the dna and genetics in the horses is race quality. everyone passed over this horse. >> and it was just a few thousand dollar investment there. reportedly a couple months ago they were asked by some wealthier horse owners that they wanted to purchase them for $6 million. that's something you wouldn't turn down, turning a few thousand dollars into a million dollars. they said no. >> and they hired the oldest trainer ever to win the kentucky derby. in fact, they also have never been in the kentucky derby as a trainer before. he was just recently working at the ticket window at a racetrack to make ends meet.
>> so california chrome's mother was $8,000. so the foal everyone passed over potentially. watching him break out of the gate, he like sort of went off to the right-hand side with concerns he's got off track, but he held back and listen to the jockey later. he said, i just let him run his race. he wanted to go where he wanted to go and i just let him go. >> you picked this guy !ut didn't bet on him. will you be smart enough to submit the first movie trace on yesterday's race? >> like "seabiscuit"? >> i think i will get in on this. they were total amateurs. if you listen to the owners talk after the race, they were thrilled they had this up fold. we'll talk to them coming up later on the show. >> these guys didn't know what they were doing and won. >> it's a dark horse story. the numbers are in.
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well, the government is releasing job numbers for april. the u.s. employment rate dropped to 6.3% down from 6.7% in march. the labor force added according to the government, 288,000 jobs. >> many say the numbers signal a turn-around in the economy, but do they prove the u.s. is back on track? joining us to weigh in is business and economics professor, brian, thank you for being here.
>> good morning. >> we should be running through the streets applauding, right? >> i wish it was like that. the jobs added at 288,000 is a good number, but if you look at what is driving the number is people leading the labor force. áuá$(p' go up and down for two reasons. and it looks like people are continuing to quit looking for jobs. >> and they are quitting looking because they can't find them or find jobs that pay well enough. >> it could be either one of them, but they are looking at the economy saying i can't find work that meets my requirements or pays the bills to take care of what i need to take care of. >> all the companies are hiring, you know, jobs, there's the report all the jobs across the country, so where is the disconnect? >> there are jobs across the country, right? but there are certain pockets in certain parts of the country where you are not getting the growth. there are skillsets that certain
industries value. there's a lot of dislocation going on. we need robust growth to get people back to work. >> it depends on what kind of jobs. come on now. the labor force participation rate strikes me as a more accurate way to understand, i don't know if we have what to put on the screen, but the percentage of american who is can work but aren't working in better measure, no? >> yeah. that's a good indication of what is the productive capacity of the country. >> why not use that number instead of these silly numbers? >> every measure tells you something different. and you have to look at every one of the measures to get a full picture. the headlines are giving us one-two measures to create a distorted picture of how much better the economy is. >> every time the jobs come out the obama administration revises the numbers to say we are going up, looking good. >> that may be the case, but
this is not a robust recovery. if you look at the past five years of recovery, it is much lower than post world war ii. so we have not gotten to the point where we are growing fast enough to create enough jobs to put discouraged workers back to work. part-time workers back to full-time work. we need more growth to get there. >> and still trouble in the housing sector, too. so it's a rocky road ahead. brian, thank you for being here. >> my pleasure. our next guest says she's being targeted because they she she's weak. turns out they are wrong. she's not giving up her house without a fight. an epic battle. stay tuned for that. and a cold era war plane causes chaos shutting down computers and grounding hundreds of flights. how did this happen? ♪ l,
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we have quick headlines for you. hundreds of flights canceled or delayed at lax airport in los angeles. why? a cold war era u2 spy plane like the one you see here is the reason for the mass chaos at that airport. the plane passed through lax air space causing air traffic controllers computers to malfunction by overloading their system. the faa was forced to stop accepting those flights into the area, not surprisingly. and officials say an indiana doctor with the first case of the deadly mers virus is said to be improving. clayton? thank you, tucker.
a battle over land heating up in indiana where one city is trying to use the power of em in any event eminent domain. indiana is the capital of roundabouts using property that belongs to them. but homeowner sandra vincent is not giving up without a fight and her daughter leah is joining us this morning. nice to see you both. welcome to the show. >> thank you for having us. >> sandra, how did you first learn about the city planning to take your property? >> at the first public hearing, which was in february of 2013. >> so you didn't get a letter or anything? you found out at a public hearing? >> correct. correct. >> and what did you r'k when you found out that the city was planning to take your property? >> well, at that point it was a just taking a part of the yard. and i was devastated over that.
>> and this house as we mentioned that be in your house since 1948. you remember growing up as a little girl playing there. leah, when you first heard about this, why my house? why this house? >> it was devastating. this is more than a house. this is our family heritage, our history. my mother grew up in the house, i grew up next door and was frequently in the house visiting my grandparents. it is just unbelievable. >> sandra, what justification did the city give for claiming that they are going to take your property? >> they can. >> that's it? >> that's it. they can, by law, they legally can take it. >> now, i understand that -- go ahead, i'm sorry. >> within eminent domain, there's nothing you can do if you're the defendant in the case. you're virtually helpless. >> i understand the plans to build the roundabout had changed. they were in a different location, is that your understanding as well?
what happened there, explain that. >> originally in the public meeting we found they were going to take part of our yard. well, because of some environmental issues over an oil tank that they had not researchered properly, so therefore because of their negligence they had the plans drawn incorrectly and had to be changed. and the roundabout had to be moved farther south. well, one of the property openers to the southeast didn't want to give up some of his property. it was a multibillion company that owned the property, so it ended up that instead of moving it to the south, he just bought the property directly south of me, too. so the next thing we knew, they were taking my house. the roundabout was moving back north and they were taking my house. so in other words, they chose to
destroy our lives in preference to a multibillion company. >> that's how you read it, yeah. he was able to make a quick phone call and say, go pick don the little guy down the street. we understand in eminent doe main cases that it's -- the justification is for ÷he greater good of the city. do you think that moving it to your house makes it for the greater good of the city? >> well, we understand progress, things move on. we're not fighting to keep the house because we would lose, we know that they have the legal right to take it, but our contingent is they have favored a multibillion company. this ground i'm talking about is vacant land where they could have put the roundabout. but they are taking our -- >> they didn't realize the oil tank was there that could have contaminati
contamination. to remove the oil tank is $1500 in a yard, depending on the size. and contamination there instead of keeping someone's keep us up leah. we appreciate you joining us. what a horrible fight you have to go through. >> thank you. >> thank you, guys. coming up on the show, vice president joe biden with an interesting response to an immigration protester. >> i represent something special we never talked about. we'll do that, too, kid. let me finish my speech. >> hey, kid, really? how does he plan to do that? what he might be hinting at. and swinging into theaters this weekend. the sequel to "spider-man" is "spider-man 2." kevin mccarthy has seen it and he and i will geek out about it coming up. >> and it is just a matter of time before i face those more powerful.
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>> that has to hurt. old joe may have leaked a secret government plan to stop deporting illegal immigrants while giving a commencement speech in miami, florida. >> peter doocy is live in washington, d.c., with more on what he may have revealed. good morning, peter. >> good morning. there's chatter this morning about a possible hint about what the obama administration might do next to reform the immigration system in this country. it came during a commencqsq't address yesterday where the vice president told the heckler that there may soon be an end to deportation. >> the immigrant community represents something special we never talk about. we'll do that too, kid, but let me finish my speech. >> and remember, the vice president spilled the beans and said he supported gay marriage two years ago which sent the administration scram!ling to come out to say something similar. now there are questions about whether or not the vp is
previewing new policy or just trying to get a heckler to shut up. but still, there are also questions about if the administration can legally stop deportation. the speaker of the house about all this and where things stand on immigration reform in congress. and this is what he said. >> our members have discussions to see if there's a way forward, but the president has to take action himself. >> despite the mayday rallies earlier this week, immigration reform took a backseat to keystone, excel, obamacare and the economy on capitol hill. we have to see if that changes based on what the vice president said yesterday. back to you. >> the moral of the story, to get more news out of the administration, we need people heckling at events like this. >> so the new policy is if you can sneak in, you have a right to stay here. love that. >> peter doocy, thank you. some other stories making headlines this sunday morning, a
top al qaeda leader in yemen. he died after being injured during a yemeni and u.s. drone attack on the army camp. the army recently launched a campaign to drive out the army from southern provinces. and in ukraine tensions are running high. seven military observers captured have been released. the observers were taken a week ago thought to be fighting for nato. this as ÷he ukrainians launched a new campaign against the separatists in the country. more than 30 people have died over the past few days. it's been a tough few weeks for the los angeles clippers with all the drama on the court, but you would never know it with the players. black griffin and chris paul combining for 46 points in a 126-121 win. the clippers now advance to the second round to take on the oklahoma city thunder. this as the league announces
they will appoint a new ceo to the team after owner donald sterling was banned for life and fined $2.5 million for racist comments he made. in great britain, princes william and henry taking tennessee by storm. the royals were spotted off a tour with elvis presley in graceland. the two are in the state for a good friend's wedding who tied the knot yesterday evening with l lizzie wilson. you're all shook up. let's go outside to janice dean. >> happy star wars day. >> may the force be with you. >> and also with you. >> very nice. >> and tomorrow is revenge of the fist. but the star wars reference came when margaret thatcher took
office in 1979 and the newspapers all said, may the force be with you. there you go. there's your sunday trivia. look at me! the emperor. >> i'm totally full of it this morning. we'll take a look at the maps this morning. it's a beautiful day for much of the country, which we love. because we have seen incredible damage last week from the tornadoes. we do have threats for severe weather later this week in some of the same areas, but otherwise the temperatures are 54 here in new york. the best time to be in new york, springtime. it will be close to 70 today. 59 in memphis. 63 in denver. it's cooler across the northern tier of the country because we have some showers across the northwest and the great lakes and the northeast. along the coast, i don't think we'll get rain, but interior sections could get rain this morning and later on this afternoon. not a washout. and thankfully they are drying out across florida where they got record-breaking rain. so that's going to be the pattern the next couple of days. then we watch th severe weather threat. it will be very warm as well
over the southern and central plains. 95 in dallas. that's kind of nice, though, after the winter we've had, don't you think? >> finally. >> i can do 95. thank you, janice dean. >> you're welcome. see you later. well, "spider-man" is crawling back to the theater this week with a bunch of web spinning. >> reporting live from new york 1 chopper, a truck carrying plutonium has been hijacked with a police chase in progress. >> nope, got you, too. >> i thoroughly enjoyed it. here with his review, kevin mccarthy, live from the los angeles where it is 3:30 in the, mo. hey, kevin, nice to see you. >> clayton, may the force be with you. i don't know about you, but i'm
coming back in the new cast. that's awesome, man. >> a lot of people are excited for the new round of films. a lot of people are excited to head out to see spider-man. i know you saw it two weeks ago, but it was sold out when my wife and i went to see it. what did you think of the fill system? >> it is on track to make over $90 million. áju$e things i love about the movie is the classic homages to classic films. there's a buster keaton moment in the movie, charlie chaplin moment in the movie, but there's an incredible fred astaire monta montage. he was dancing on the walls of the room, and that was one of the coolest scene. there's an homage in the new "spider man" film.
check it out. >> i love the fred astair moment in the film. how did they shoot that? it could have been done so many ways. explain it. do they build a set? >> spider-man, every surface is a floor. so i wanted to go up the wall on the ceiling and lay back, and they were like, how do we do they built a rotating room. it was like a spider-man ride. it was so much fun, just trapsing around the room. >> how do pieces of the room not move? >> they staple down everything, everything is really secure, like bolted to each surface. so there's no flapping of paper or anything. >> that's kind of like what they do with my hair and the hairspray. spray it so it will never move. is this worth the money? >> i give it 3.5 out of 5. solid but not great. clayton, i don't know if you agree with me. they had cool action, 3d worked.
don't waste your money on the i max. there are black bars on the bottom and top of the screen. and there's always an extra scene at the end of the credits. this time it's terrible. not worth the wait. i didn't care for it. >> is spider-man a brit? >> he is. in real life, he is english, but he has an amazing american accent in the movie. you can't even tell he's british in the movie. >> i didn't realize he was british until i saw the interview last week on jimmy fallon's show. >> i think 3.5 out of 5. >> i'm there. maybe a c-plus, or b-minus, entertaining but not as good as the first. >> i think jamie fox did well in the movie. >> sounds like a matinee. thank you for getting up for us. >> thank you. may the force be with you. >> and also with you. coming up, why in the world are these teens out in public
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comic book's "flinstone" mobile. that helps. now i can see it. it's the "flinstone" mobile. the opener asked the three boys to dress up as flinstones characters and work for him on free comic book day. the boys dance and wave signstt store. the flinstone mobile. a girl was inspired when her best friend's dad was deployed to afghanistan. she made it her mission to write letters to those overseas. and now the organization has sent out more than75,000 letter. savannah is here with us, thank you for being here. tell us where you got this idea
from? >> my best friend's daughter said, hey, savannah, my dad is going to be deployed. so i googled it and decided her dad was going to war and i wanted to help out. i had never experienced anything like that and couldn't imagine how she felt. so i sang a song for her and she was overjoyed. we decided to do more. so i started writing letters to soldiers. her dad is italian, and we were getting kids coming around the neighborhood and writing letters at the table. so that's how it started, and it just started growing and growing. and then matt lauer picked us up and got us on the "today" show. so from now we have collected 75,000 letters since then, so it's gotten pretty awesome. >> all from your kitchen table. i know your goal is 100,000 at
the end of the year. so hopefully after being on "fox and friends" it will grow. have you received response from soldiers? >> we have. soldiers can connect to us on facebook and they message us on facebook and send back pictures of them receiving the letter. and i receive the letters from the kids and proofread them and send them. so it's cool for them to see them full circle. >> you say everyone is always smiling when they send you the picture. does that make you smile, too? >> it does. it's amazing to know you are distracting them from the situation they are in and to have a moment of peace and to read a letter. >> you are 13 years old, a singer, songwriter, doing all this for the heroes, you are quite impressive. who on earth got you started doing this type of thing and encouraged you? >> it was my best friend, we are like this, and it was all for her. >> she's from a military family so she moves around a lot.
>> yeah, she's in pennsylvania. we were talking yesterday, we are going on a trip together this summer and always find ways to get together. >> savannah, thank you. it's a great thing you're doing. if you want to write a letter, it's savannahsoldiers.com. thank you for being here. and sometimes we get a little heated. >> i need you to unfluster. >> my boss is going to go nuts on me if we are late, so please. >> we will proceed when you are centered. >> i'm centered. come on, there's 10,000 people behind me. let's go, crazy man. >> we have a thing you should never do while angry. that's straight ahead. stick with innovation.
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and embrace the purpose of the commencement ceremony and i am simply unwilling to detract from it in any way. greg, thank you for joining me this morning. you go there and are you disappointed? >> i am disappointed. the reason condoleezza rice was asked to speak was not to preach conservativism but she has overcome a lot of issues growing up as a minority in the south. and becoming the first black secretary of@áupáe of the united states of america. and i think that just because she's a republican doesn't necessarily say that she doesn't have the credibility to come and talk to students. to say that she isn't, you know, well qualified enough is kind of absurd. >> right. their position, as far as i can tell from this relatively small
group of protesters, is she was one of the architects of the iraj war. therefore she has blood on her hands. is this applied to hillary clinton, do you think? >> i haven't seen it with hillary clinton or collin powell, but robert zelik was dis-invited from a school for the same reason. >> as we explained, she was not disinvited but she decided not to go. >> and i should explain that. when we talk about disinvitation, we mean students and faculty get together every year and demand the people be dis-invited. sometimes they do get uninvited by the university or with condoleezza rice, they withdraw. >> your school, rutgers, paid $32,000 to snooki, which in case you have a life and job, may not know it is a reality person from "the jersey shore." is that a good use of your money? >> absolutely not. she has no educational qualities
to provide the students at all. we are an institution of higher education and to promote someone like snooki who is infamous for being drunk at parties and getting arrested is disgraceful of the university's money and the students' money. >> but this says it all. look at condoleezza rice's policies, she retold stories in russian. she is an impressive person. and yet they had snooki and not her. >> that's what you get for $60,000. a million more administrators, speech code and snooki. >> do you feel like free speech has been squelched? >> absolutely. less than 1% of the student body was protesting condoleezza rice. and the professors working for the university and not paying for a degree, it really should have no bearing on them who is coming to talk to us students. because this is an investment in our education. it's not professors'
investments. >> they are the ones with the lifetime jobs and cannot be fired. >> this is also true. >> do you aspire to that? >> no. >> are you impressed by your professors? >> actually, to be honest with you, no. >> how depressing is that? this is making me down. we have to end the segment. thank you for coming. >> thank you for having me. >> by the way, this is rutgers' response. rutgers stands by free speech, but they are sorry this happened. coming up, the white house defen defends themselves. the uncle of the benghazi victims is joining us next hour. and is it possible to avoid a hangover? scientists say it is possible to avoid the headache the next day. that's coming up. guy: hey captain obvious, watch this!
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don't break out the. good sunday morning. i'm anna kooiman. the president is waving a flag for his first year in action, but don't break out the balloons yet. and an interesting religion. we'll take a look. and a little anger management this sunday morning. >> i need you to unfluster. >> my boss will kill me if we're late, so please. >> you need to center. >> i'm centered with 10,000 people behind me. let's go, crazy man. >> the things you should never, ever do when you're mad, like
driving. good morning. this is "fox and friends." good morning. it is 7:00 a.m. on the east coast. the first weekend in may and it's beautiful out. >> it is beautiful. >> and you are beautiful. tucker carlson, anna kooiman. >> oh, stop. >> good morning. >> we have a jam-packed show for you including the headline in this. you saw president obama yesterday, they don't call it a radio address, but it's a youtube address talking about the year in action. we heard it earlier that the president because of a stalled congress was not going to get much done and would have to do it himself, the executive actions. and now they are saying we have done it and have a lot of things to tell you about. >> i have a pen and i know how
to use it. >> there may be three branches of government, but we only need one to get it done. >> let's do it by raising the minimum wage, health care changes without approval, ordering cell phone taxes, drug war sentences overruled and disregarding immigration laws. let's start with the minimum wage with a lot of economists saying it is going to crush job creation and have the opposite effect, for example. >> right. and for federal workers and changes to the health care law, how many times were they delayed or switched because one particular interest group was interested in having something switched or delayed and the president said, this was all written by lobbyists and some of it was written by insurance providers. the government requirements are for you to buy the product. can we get in on that to require people to watch "fox and
friends" on the weekend? it would be good for our numbers, i can tell you that. >> meanwhile, a lot of critics are saying, this is what you did with executive action, but where are the actions on benghazi or the red lines in ukraine? what sort of action will we take about vladimir putin there? and what about job creation? we just talked earlier on the show about the jobs numbers and the amount of people not looking for jobs with the jobs numbers improving but people leaving the workforce are not looking for work anymore. >> the measure is phony. in georgetown or malibu, you know the country is hurting. go to the left interior north america and they have been in trouble a lot. why is that? president obama had an explanation in yesterday's weekly address. watch this. >> but we could do a lot more if republicans in congress were less interested in stacking the deck in favor of those at the top and more interested in growing the economy for
everybody. they have not voted more than 50 times to take apart the affordable care act. imagine if they voted 50 times on serious jobs bills. that's why i'm going to tax action on my own wherever i can, to grow our economy from the middle out, not the top down. to give every american who works hard a chance to get ahead. >> one of the thing that is the president promised when elected in '08 was to act like an adult, going to tell the truth, to say things like we would be in good shape if republicans didn't intentionally help the rich at the expense of the poor? that's so stupid and unfair and wrong. he claim that is one side is intentionally tanking the economy, don't talk like that. >> we'll look at it the other way. what about the keystone pipeline? how many jobs would that create? and isn't it the president and the democrats worried about campaign donations worried it
won't get through after six years? we have cautionary signs from the april's job report, 543,000 fewer people seeking work, no housing rebound, high school graduates are dropping out, losing out, flat wages and 45,000 more men working two full-time jobs. >> wages and working people have not gone up in 50 years and are lower than 50 years ago. let's let in a million more people from other countries to make sure that makes things better, plus that won't undercut the wages for americans. that's the president's plan for a country that has a lot of unemployed people to bring in more people to cut their wages? >> let's put out the middle of the graphic which is the housing stall. builders used to build the houses hoping people will buy them, but now builders say, when you go to outtaburger and you
have to wait for six to seven minutes to order the way you want. we literally have to wait. and if you want to house it, you have to build it. >> not to mention the people where you see the outsource where construction companies build homes and run out of money or someone decided to pull out and now you have the skeleton of a house just standing there. >> is there a single person anywhere? have we had a single guest on any channel, any reputable economist who looks at obamacare and says, yes, this is a great thing and a net creator of jobs. i have not heard anyone make that case. if you care about the economy and support obamacare and increase low wage immigration, i don't know. that doesn'ted up to a coherent world view. >> friends can weigh in to sound off. and other stories making headlines this sunday. we just learned that malaysian officials are now denying that
11 al qaeda terrorists arrested last week are connected to the disappearance of malaysian flight 370. the suspects were reportedly being questioned in malaysia following demands from international investigators. but police say the militants are under arrest for training fighters to send to syria. a search underway this morning for an army ranger from texas who vanished at sea. randall leesburg went missing off the coast with another ranger when the kayak flipped over and the two were separated. one ranger was found by the belize coast guard. the ranger's family set up a website to allow you to donate to search for him. a battle in indiana where one city is trying to use thip % power of eminent domain to take over a family's property. the vincents have owned this house since 1948 but now officials want to build a roundabout where this stands.
the two women from that home joined us earlier to say they were being targeted for a specific reason. >> one of the property owners to the southeast didn't want to give up some of his property. it was a multibillion company that owned that property. and so it ended up that instead of moving to the south, he just bought the property directly south of me, too. so the next thing we knew, they were taking my house. >> the vincents say they are defenseless in this battle. and california chrome wins the kentucky derby! >> california chrome and his jockey victor espanoza win the
derby. he's the first california horse to win since 1962. coming up, we'll speak to chrome's trainer at 8:00 a.m. eastern. looking forward to that. the running of the roses. and now janice dean awaits outside. >> i can just talk about what the conditions are here in new york. and i thought this was the city that never sleeps. i'm looking for people to talk to and all i see are some cheerleaders to talk to later today. look, it's very quiet. i don't know what's going on. come talk to me, will you? if you are close to 6th avenue and 48th street. we'll get you on tv to talk about the weather. beautiful conditions really here in new york city. we do have some hit or miss showers over the northwest and the great lakes. and new england, interior portions of the northeast, the good news is, florida, you have been wet the last couple of days. that's going to clear up. these are the thunderstorm forecasts. so hit or miss thunderstorms across the northwest, rockies, ohio valley, up to new england.
for today, there's the area to see thunderstorms again. we are not talking about severe weather, just areas that you should probably bring your umbrella to work. the severe threat will probably be later on this week wednesday and thursday. this is the may tornado probability where we typically see tornadoes. the later this week wednesday and thursday we'll be watching for that. otherwise, looking pretty good across the northeast with cooler conditions along the coast. the big story is the warmth across the southern u.s. with temperatures close to 100 degrees across the southern plains monday and tuesday. i think they will take it, especially after the winter we had. come on down to see me. i need folks to talk to on 48th and 6th. back inside. >> janice is one of the people who never gets angry. she's always pleasant. >> it's different for the three of us. sometimes we get angry. >> what do you mean? >> a new study out this morning says the things you shouldn't do while angry. and it's pretty interesting when
breaking them down. number one on the list, never ever drive a car when angry. >> the study says you are primed for attack. you shouldn't get behind the wheel. >> i'm guilty of that. i will admit, when you're angry and get behind the wheel, it is like, get out of my way! >> as we read the list, keep in mind the exact same things you want to do when angry. these are your first things -- >> i'm confused about the next one on the list because it says you shouldn't argue when angry, but also the site says not to go to bed angry. sho shouldn't you resolve things by being angry? >> don't argue. calm down before you argue with someone you love. >> i know i have done this. please admit you have done this as well. you have gotten some angry thing you want to write down, so you write an angry e-mail back to someone. it's like seven paragraphs by the time you're done with it and it is -- then you choose maybe to hit send. that's a huge mistake. i have stopped myself because by
the way i have written it, you have cooled off. >> when it is in writing, you can't take it down. i hate when people post things on facebook when you are angry. it's all of a sudden the place where you are angry with everything in your life. instead of e-mailing, you should drink alcohol when angry. >> no, you shouldn't drink alcohol. >> yeah, because you'll end up acting out your anger. >> i find it helps. you also shouldn't eat according to the new study because we don't go for broccoli or the banana on the screen. we tend to go for chips and things terrible for you. >> like a bacon, egg and cheese biscuit. >> i can eat a lot more oreos when i'm happy. >> all of a sudden the bag is empty. where did they go? >> what should you do when angry? do you drive angry? e-mail us. just don't do it angrily. a national security spokesman downplaying the
benghazi talking points. >> maybe? i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this was like two years ago. >> some people haven't forgotten. his nephew died and was murdered in the attacks and is up next. and stop cheating posters backfired. they contain all the answers to this. [ laughter ] smoke? nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] celebrate every win with nicoderm cq, the unique patch with time release smartcontrol technology that helps prevent the urge to smoke all day long. help prevent your cravings with nicoderm cq.
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>> this is after outraged comments like this from inside the obama administration. >> did you also change a tax to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe, i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this was like two years ago. >> we had four dead americans, was it because of a protest or because guys were out for a night and decided to go kill americans? what difference at this point does it make? >> well, here with reaction is the uncle of john smith, one of the americans killed in the attacks the on benghazi, thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> your reaction to the e-mail that surfaced this week that showed the white house coordinating talking points, in effect to lie about the cause of the attacks. >> right. and i believe that the white house and hillary clinton created the talking points. and this is more tipified of the
timeline of september 2012. 10:07 after talking to the president, what did hillary clinton do? she does a press release indicating an inflammatory video is causing the attacks. come on! >> we also know from the timeline this morning about what the president was doing while this attack was unfolding, we learned this morning that the president was doing debate preparations through white house visitors logs to show that during the fight he was in debate preparation at the white house. did not go to the situation room as far as we know. what do you make of that? >> well, it just proves the point that i'm going to make right now. the president and hillary clinton made a political decision as opposed to a security decision. and they should be ashamed of themselves. and they should be ashamed that they actually had the unmitigated goal to go to before the casket of my nephew and three other americans and lie to
the mothers and fathers and widows of these brave americans. how shameful! how chilling is this to consider that our leader is cold hearted and inhuman when dealing with a tragedy like this. it was politics and nothing more. >> so mr. ingmire, what was your nephew doing there, what is your understanding there? >> my understanding was he was there to work with ambassador stevens computer, he was an i.t. consultant. >> it's untoususual to have tha many cia con tractors in the same place. >> that's a great question. why were we in benghazi? why was there such a strong cia
presence? >> good question. >> that's why society has not been focusing on that at all. michael ingmire, thank you for joining us to weigh in on the latest developments. >> yeah, and thank you to tom fetton and katherine harris for pushing this through. we have been waiting for this for quite some time. >> thank you, more documents to come, we imagine as well. thank you, michael. thousands of cars under recall over problems with the gas tanks. we have the information you need to know. and sometimes a night of drinking can get the best of you. >> do not go in the bathroom! >> calm down. >> no, there's a tiger in the bathroom! >> what is going on? >> can science hold the cure, the key to free hangovers for life? that's next. [ male announcer ] v8 v-fusion plus energy.
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mayweather has won in a row. he's undefeated. here's news you can use this sunday morning. you go out for a night with your friends and have one drink too many and the next thing you know you wake up exactly like this. >> do not go in the bathroom! >> just calm down, please. >> no, there's a tiger in the bathroom! >> what's going on? >> we have all been there with a tiger in our bathroom. we have all been there pounding headache, upset stomach. but now there may be a way to bring an end to your pain. >> joining us now is position dr. debbie, good morning. in light of cinco de mayo tomorrow, a lot of margaritas and caronas will be had, the key is not being dehydrated?
>> whatever you have to do to treat the hangover, you need to drink enough water. for every glass of alcohol you drink, you lose four glasses of water. >> four glasses? >> exactly. >> crazy. >> exactly. we think of breaking the seal, going to the bathroom a lot, but you don't want to drink more water at that time, but you have to drink more water, probably before you even start drinking. that's the best way to try to prevent it. >> so jean cook who runs sam adams beer company, great guy, said that he has the secret to a hangover. take a tablespoon of yeast for every drink and somehow it changes your body and you don't get a hangover, is that real? >> well, it could be. there's some truth to that. actually, yeast has a couple enzymes in it, so some of them can make alcohol, that's how we make beer, that's how we for meant beer, but it has other enzymes to prevent the hangover getting drunk. so it depends what your goal is. for him to drink at different meetings, that will help like
the liver in terms of breaking down the toxins, but at the same time it could cost you a little bit more money. you are just slowing down the whole process of drinking and getting the hangover. >> i trust him and science. i love jim and trust him here. he created delicious beer like sam adams and knows what he's talking about. what about alcohol blocking a hormone in the body? >> it blocks the anti-diurretic hormone. for example, we always hear don't mix alcohol, so there is truth to that. different types of alcohol have different impurities or toxins. for example, all the red ones have a few more toxins, if you have red wine, brandy, tequila and scotch, those tend to cause more hangovers that are more severe than the white wines, rum, gin, vodka. others are coming up with
different vitamins or antioxidants. they are talking about b-vitamins and antioxidants and extracts to neutralize this in your body. >> how about this? just drink in moderation. >> that would be the easiest. drinking in moderation may work but you have to worry about mixing things together. beer has carbonation. if you are sticking to beer, you might be okay because it is relatively weak. >> what is your drink of choice? >> mine? i like the fruity cocktails, but again, in moderation. >> now you know the answer to keep yourself from getting a hangover. doc, appreciate it. enjoy cinco de mayo tomorrow. vice president joe biden's looseness may have him in trouble. what he said that could reveal classified information for plans to deport illegals. and mother's day is a week away and you probably have not thought about a gift yet. don't worry, we do the thinking for you. stick around. ♪ i bought a car, over and tells you, and you're like. a good deal or not. looking at truecar.com. there's no buyer's remorse.
to a song for 100 days. he does a lime lapse video. he does a go pro camera and the whole room doesn't move at all. that's the key. >> he reported himself doing the same routine every single day let's look at the competition from youtube. >> that's funny, i have friends that do that. >> he spent a whole year in his room never leaving. >> and he's probably making a lot of money off this youtube video. >> thank you, internet. well, vice president joe biden may have leaked a secret government plan to stop deporting illegal immigrants while giving a commencement speech in miami, florida. >> peter doocy is live with what he may have revealed. good morning, peter. >> reporter: good morning. the vice president may have been previewing new policy or just trying to get a heckler to shut
up. but during his commencement address in florida yesterday, he suggested that an end to deportation for illegal immigrants may be just around the corner. >> the immigrant community represents something special we never talk about. we'll do that too, kid, but let me finish my speech. >> reporter: there are questions this morning about whether or not the administration can legally stop deportation. a few days ago somebody asked the speaker of the house where things stand with immigration reform and this is what he said. >> we are going to continue to work with our members and have discussions to see if there's a way forward, but the president has to take action himself. and remember, two years ago the vice president spilled the beans to say he supported gay marriage to send the administration scrambling to have the president come out to match that. we'll see if his immigration comments move the ball at all, but this is an issue that hasn't
received as much attention on capitol hill lately compared to things like keystone, excel, benghazi and obamacare. >> thank you, peter. >> thank you, peter. some other stories making headline this is sunday morning. we want to tell you about the news we broke yesterday on "fox and friends," former secretary of state condoleezza rice is backing out of a commencement speech at rutgers because many protested her role in the iraq war, but now students are speaking out in defense of rice. we heard from one earlier this morning. >> she is someone who has risen to the top over extreme obstacles and boundaries she overcomes by being a minority growing up in the jim crow south. just because she's a republican doesn't mean she doesn't have the credibility to come to talk to students. >> others took to switer, art said, we are such an embarrassment. every school in the country is laughing at us.
steven said, let us all show you how tolerant we are by cheering intolerance. a woman in wisconsin is t-boned and breaks her neck after a sheriff's deputy rolls through a stop sign and hits her, but unbelievably she was arrested and charged with drunk driving even though she was sober. deputy joseph keels blamed the accident on the 25-year-old girl and an officer on the scene of the crash claims he smelled alcohol on the girl's breathe. but keels contradicted the statement after they got video evidence that it was his fault. it took ten minutes to for the charges to be dropped and she has yet to be reimbursed by the county for damages. and experts in sex skits? officials discovered the money bought sex counselors and paid for stage performances
addressing sexual topics. college trustees are now looking into the matter a the university of north carolina. and this sign posted ahead of the exam season show a hand covered in scribbles. it turns out the scribbles are key formulas used on some tests. and one student says it helped him get about ten extra points schoolteachers say they thought the signs would be too far away for the students to read from their desks. >> one of the many ironies in the modern world. let's go to janice dean outside on a sunny day in may. >> isn't that ironic? wasn't that a song? >> isn't it ironic? >> exactly. where are you ladies from? >> we are from dublin, ireland. >> and you are sisters, right?
>> mother and daughter. >> you could be sisters! fantastic. somehow the weather here in new york city? >> it is fantastic. >> how long are you here for? >> until tomorrow. >> are you just roaming around or just came to see "fox and friends weekend"? >> "fox and friends weekend." >> good answer. 55 degrees in new york city. 51 in chicago. 62 in dallas. by the way, it's the five borough bike tour. that's why it is very quiet around here. have you seen some of the cyclists? >> we have. we didn't know what was going on? >> the five borough bike tour, a lot of people doing that this morning. there's a look at the radar. we could see showers over the interior northeast, parts of the great lakes and the northwest. florida, you'll see dryer conditions, which is great. you saw record-breaking rainfall the last couple of days. there's the future radar heading into monday. pnorthwest? that activity is pushing into the central u.s. wednesday, thursday, and we could have another severe weather outbreak
including tornadoes. so keep that in mind. we'll keep you posted here. and there are your highs today. 95 in dallas. 93 in san antonio. 88 in memphis. have you ever had 90-degree temperatures where you are from? >> no. >> what is the temperature usually like in ireland? >> low teens. >> in the celsius. >> very cold, right? what is your favorite show? >> "fox and friends." >> thank you for coming. have a great day. now for mother's day gifts. i'm coming over to steal everything! >> hands off, janice dean. mother's day is one week from today. have you forgotten to get a gift for your mom? >> if you are still looking, we have great suggestions. >> here with a breakdown, christina gibson. nice to see you this morning. dive into the tech -- moms say they don't want tech sometimes but they really do and you bought great gadgets here. >> this is an iphone case with
swarovski crystals on it. >> everyone loves bling. what is this? >> google chrome cast that plugs into your tv to stream video, tv shows, anything from your tablet and smartphone to your tv. >> it's this tiny. it is not often you get to take dongle to your tv. this plugs you into the back, if you have wi-fi, boom, you're done. >> $35, a great gift. if your mom likes personal gift, we have a pottv barn locket here with your favorite picture of you and mom, get it engraved to be extra special. >> and what about the coasters t it. >> it's a chalkboard coaster to write special messages, erase it and make it perfect. >> exactly. it is super easy. >> what about the stressed mom? >> what mom isn't? a bliss gift card is great idea
to be used at spas nationwide for any service she wants. and there's no excuse, this is a last-minute gift because you can do e-gift cards and e-mail them right to mom. >> it's a grab bag here. >> a little bit of everything. over here we have a halma sayak eye balm here. >> if the husband get this is for his wife, is that a mistake? >> yes. >> he has to get one for himself, too, because they workout together. >> they do workout together. it would be beautiful if we would shed a few pounds. >> i think people are looking forward to the workout, man and wife. >> they make your butt look
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godless? >> a remarkable new study shows 65% of catholic-raised adults say they are less religious today than when they were 156789. >> and churches are promoting after parties to get them back on board. that's a dance club there. could this be the party church? is it better than no church at all? father john is here, nice to see you. >> good morning, guys. >> we have been talking for a number of years here on the declining youth numbers in the church. is this a way to get the energy back among that group? >> you know, it is shocking at some level, but it was 65% of those who say that they are less religious now than when they were 15. when they were 15, they were forced to go to church by their parents. now they are not. and i think it's a normal thing that people go through a process of questioning their belief, and i think it is much better to have people who are seeking truth than just being stale and
stagnant in whatever they were told they have to believe. so i think a certain amount of searching and doubt is not necessarily a bad thing. >> we talked a lot about the rock churches that have people with a dues and earrings and everything else. and some people are going, it should be all about tradition, but it's bringing people -- >> we can show that vi"eo and pulling out where i was in the back of the church. it's right back -- i'm on the far left-hand side. i'm leading the line dance. >> the line dance, yeah. >> no. as long as this isn't a substitution for the sacred. >> but if it is bringing them in and not fostering their faith, but letting them feel like a group. >> that's part of human life. dancing and having a good time and friendship. as long as it is not substituting for the bible and not substituting for sharing one's faith, to bring them into
a healthy environment where they can have a good time, absolutely? why not. before and after, but not instead of. there's a lot of indifference right now. look at religious columbias or universities. there's a difference about political things, and there's not a lot of -- there's people who are stuck, i think, so much in what i can get. the things, material things, what am i going to achieve, which is not a bad thing in itself, but when it makes us indifferent to things more tr transcending. this is a terrible killer. happy sunday. >> father had a late night at the club. >> gosh, it's tough. coming up on the show, college students speaking out after seeing people judge him for being white and he's getting hammered by the left. he's going to join us live,
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reminder that i aught to feel personally apologetic because white males seem to pull most of the strings in the world. >> that's a great question. i'm not sure that the people asking the question know the difference. >> it used to mean and probably still does that a white person, a white man, you have privilege that you're probably not aware of and that you aught to keep that in mind approaching everyone else. >> yeah, i think it's kind of two-pronged in that sense. in one way, it's that i should certainly feel empathetic on people in their respective. i don't disagree with that. the assumption i have not done anything like that is because of the opinions i hold and it being problematic. >> that's the assumption with a piece in "the new york times" that con taped this quote from
breanna payton, and she said this about you. he doesn't know what it feels like to be judged by his race. i don't think i've met an african-american who believes they are judged solely by their character. you are judged by your race by definition. check your privilege as a judgment based on your rate, no? >> it's kind of a funny thing, because i have white skin, that's the assumption she's being made. i'm an orthodox jew and wear this all the time. but i do know what it is like to be judged. it happens all the time. >> this is part of the problem. we do want to de-emphasize race, do we not? >> i think we are at the point
where we overcompensate a lot. along with my conversation about gender and conversations about heteronormal activity, but i'm not sure we are approaching those conversations the right way. >> we are not having the conversations but we are telling people to be quiet and to shut up. i feel sorry for you being in college. thank you for joining us this morning. outrage at rutgers after contin condoleezza rice bails out of a commencement speech. and should cheerleading be a sport? we'll talk to critics, next. ain' hotel with a wet pool, i go to hotels.com. you can get up to 50% off with their private sales.
hey, there. it is sunday, april 4th. i'm anna kooiman. and california chrome is the derby champion. california chrome taking the top prize. the incredible story that started with a horse nobody wanted. the trainer is standing by just moments away. and here's a question, when was the president the night four americans were murdered in benghazi 20 months ago? nobody seems to know. but the white house visitor logs may reveal the answer. we have the detail straight ahead. stay tuned for that. plus, it's long been debated, should cheerleading be considered a sport in these cheerleaders are ready to take on their critics outside on the plaza doing flips. when i went outside, i was like, whoa, nelly, look at these guys. isn't that a sport? you let us know. "fox and friends" hour three starts right now.
>> is it even a question? you are looking now at a collection of some of america's greatest and most cheerful athletes. >> oh, he just said athletes. check out how big the biceps are and how high they can jump. look at that flip! >> if golf is a sport, then that is a sport. can you do that on the golf course? >> no, we had a producer downstairs who said if it wasn't a sport, they wouldn't be wearing bows in their hair. but that's part of the uniform. >> there are more concussions in cheerleading than any other sport. >> i don't know if it is a sport, but i think they are sporting. >> as dave, our floor director said, it is definitely a spectator sport. >> yes. >> stay tuned.
we'll get much deeper into that breaking topic. >> i called you out. from dark horse to kentucky derby winner. >> california chrome shines bright in the kentucky derby! >> california chrome and his jockey victor espada took home the win in 2:03. >> but the 3-year-old colt and his team have quite a story, which many are saying is right out of hollywood this morning. >> here to tell us more is art sherman. good morning to you, art, how are you feeling? >> did you get any sleep last night? >> well, not very much, i can tell you about two-and-a-half hours to be honest. >> wow. there has been a lot wring about how nobody saw california chrome's promise. did you? >> i saw it as he turned to be a 3-year-old. his last 2-year-old race at hollywood park picked my head
up. he just is now developing into a really nice horse. he has won five in a row. he's kind of unbelievable. he's really on a big roll right now. >> take me behind the scenes of what it is like to be a trainer watching your horse at the kentucky derby. something many of us will never get to experience unless we have a career change at some point. what was that feeling like after he comes out of the gate and taking him down the track. what was going through his head? >> i was so happy he broke clean wi with. i was a little worried at the beginning he was going to get pinched behind horses, but victor did such an outstanding job with him. he knows the horse like the back of his hand and felt really good when i could see him in the backside laying third. i says, now, there's where i want him to be.
>> this is the quite the luxury. the 77-year-old trainer doesn't have a lot of experience, but more of a dark horse is, do you think this will be made into a hollywood movie. >> it shower could be if you know the circumstances involving this horse. it's like a dream come true. >> why do you think the openers picked you? >> well, a lot had to go with -- i was visiting my son in northern california. and they told me in the panic and said, listen, i'm going to send you a horse, and i think it's a good one. and sure enough, here comes california chrome as a 2-year-old coming into the barn. and it's a storybook.
people don't realize, they send me a text with the road to the derby, and i'm like, do you realize what kind of road that is, you must know somebody upstairs to be that lucky. so the first horse, baby, getting to the races. and sure enough on the derby road, we he won all four races and a remarkable experience. >> i'm curious if you think this is going to shake-up horse racing forever. a lot of people spend $2 million from a hour. do you think people will rethink the way they spend money on horses? >> i think it will help the breeding end of it, which always
takes a big hitment and the kentucky derby winner, it means a whole lot for the industry in california. and the horse went from the $250 stud fee to $10,000 this year. so you know it's a big boost. >> all right. another thing that is a bit different about you and your team, the logo is a develop key if you see dap, that's the name. people don't know this, but every time the horse wins he gets a new stilt. me and victor sign it and it
goes into a glass enclosure and he keeps all the silks. so now he sent me a new silk, and one was the kentucky derby. the other was the priqueness and one is the other. >> we'll get you out of this, what do you think this horse is worth this morning? >> well, i guarantee that $10,000 couldn't buy him. >> that's right. art sherman, thanks a lot. going for the triple crown. we'll pull for you. >> i appreciate it. and for other stories making headlines this sunday morning, new overnight. we have learned the ferry that sank in south korea failed 250 trips in the past year carrying
too much cargo. and the exceeded cargo limits were never reported. officials believe the ferry was overloaded when it kapg last month leave many people dead and missing. the spy plane that passed through lax air space caused computers to malfunction overloading the computer system. the faa was forced to stop accepting flights into the airport. well, we all know how fast a cold can spread, but what about stress? turns out that is contagious, too. being around the person stressed out has the power to release the hormone to work you up. >> that explains why we watch
"game of thrones" before bed and it is never a peaceful night's sleep. >> or "law and order" or anything else. we just had a rutgers' student on to talk about this story. continue le contin condoleeza rice is deciding not to make a commencement speech at graduation for rutgers university because a small group of students basically prevented a conversation rather than sparking a conversation about an important topic. >> a number of students are fighting back saying, wait a sin, what happened to the university? you are the laughing stock of the country. how this small group of students helped to keep the secretary of state in this country away from the university when we had
t v$esmexhe >> it really should have no bearing on our education. >> that's what you're getting for your $60,000. a million more administrators, speech coaches and snooki. >> $32,000 by rutgers to give her thoughts on the sea treaty or whatever she talks about. >> continue leez doleeza rice wg to get a small amount of cash, but if hillary clinton was tapped to speak, do you think she would say, all these liberal
idea ideas, who knows what she would say. >> when was the war of 1812? >> 1850. pat sajak chimed in saying rutgers reportedly considering dropping rice from on-campus menus and having all bushes removed. >> oh, man. folks at home bhar, what do youk of this? a call to a congressional panel to investigate the benghazi attacks. we'll get some answers as the host of "fox news sunday" joins us in a minute. and later, anger management this morning. because sometimes we all get a little heated, just like this. >> i need you to un-fluster. >> my boss is going to go nuts
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>> the uncle of sean smith, was on "fox and friends" earlier this morning. watch. >> the president and hillary clinton made a political decision as opposed to a security decision. and they should be ashamed of themselves. and they should be ashamed that they actually had the unmitigated gall to go before the caskets of my nree other am the mothers and fathers and widows of the brave americans. how shameful! how chilling is this to consider that our leader -- >> chris wallace is joining us now with the latest revelation on benghazi to weigh in on this. good morning, chris, thank you for being with us. >> good morning. >> both sides of the aisle are pointing to each other saying that liberals are saying conservatives are on a witchhunt, that these are just conspiracy theories and that now we have harry reid saying that,
you know, tñe coq brothers are to blame. all kinds of crazy stuff. so why is it important to have this panel be bipartisan? >> well, it's important because of the fact that if it is simply a republican panel, it will be easier for democrats to say and for some people to doubt whether this is really a nonpartisan effort. whether this is all about politics, all about the 2014 midterm and trying to damage hillary clinton. you know, i think it will be interesting to see what nancy pelosi does on this. on one hand, i believe she wants democrats represented to argue their side of the case and ask the questions they think will be helpful to their argument. on the other hand, were she not to participate, then it would make it a republican panel and much more partisan in the minds of a lot of people. >> so, chris, the congress has
looking into benghazi for a year and a half, how is the panel different, do you think? >> well, it's a select committee, which means it brings together all of the various committees. you have separate investigations going on from foreign affairs and from oversight in intelligence. this brings everybody together, but i have to say, i think it's a risky strategy. and i tell you, speaker boehner was not enthused about this. they was dragged kicking and screaming into it. i talked to the white house correspondent at the dinner last night dubious about this saying, look, when you have a select committee and people think back to iran and water gate, it immediately raises the idea that you'll is some great break through and we'll find out about the white house tapes. now that may happen but it may not happen and can be disapointing. and there's a real risk for republicans if they are seen
pursuing this issue as important as it generally is and outraged like americans are, let alone the families of the four americans killed. but it can be seen razz well. they are pursuing benghazi instead of talking about jobs and education and a lot of issues to affect those daily lives. >> we know they are frustrated because they feel the trickle of documents coming out. we see the e-mail that they were furious to learn this fame of information request was not given over to them earlier this week. you'll be talking about benghazi on your show today. who do you have on this? >> kelly ayotte, the senator from new hampshire edge lindsey graham and john mccain has been a senator calling for answers for months, and a democratic committee, adam schiff. >> on the economy, you have a fedex ceo and who else?
>> i'll talk to fred smith as well as robert wolf, head of usb bank and now head of an investment firm called 32 advisers. we have some good numbers and some not so good, unemployment obviously pretty good, but on the other hand, 800,000 people left the workforce. .1% gdp growth in the first quarter of the year, so we'll try to get these two guys to sort out just where we are in the recovery five years after it supposedly began. >> chris wallace, "fox news sunday." check your local listings. 20 after the hour, a new doctor blowing the whistle on the deadly treatment delay. our veterans of affairs jim nicholson is here live. and nearly one in four women now the breadwinners in their families, but does that cause serious friction at home? our panel of experts is here, next.
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we have some quick headlines for you. tensions are running high in ukraine. all seven military observers that were held captive a week ago were let go as they were thought to be spies for nato. and george h.w. bush will be honored with the john f. kennedy profile award given in recognition of political courage that he demonstrated during the
1990 budget compromise. clayton? thank you, tucker. well, trophy husbands are ruling the playground as their high-powered wives bring home the bacon. but are female breadwinners a problem? here is chris scholls, meila foster and joanne jawinsky. camille, is there a problem with women earning more than men? >> it certainly can cause problems. any time you are running against convention, i suspect there could be problems, tension with friends and family and those judgmental, but if your relationship is strong and if you understand it's about supporting one another, then i don't think it should be a fundamental problem you can't overcome in a marriage. >> i get the cultural argument, guys, i can see -- we can all weave through cultural issues,
but isn't there some biological need for the man to be the caveman. is it emasculating if we don't do it? >> i agree the traditional gender roles is that the man takes care of the woman and problems can arrive. and a lot of men face their identity on being able to take care of their families and kind of bring home the bacon. i think that is emasculating, but i'm not saying it's right. there can be problems if you are supportive of each other. maybe you wouldn't necessarily start out as a problem but could turn into one. >> joanne, is there a biological need for the men to take care of the women? >> yes, but it doesn't need to be financially. there are other ways to take care of the family. you can be the head of the household without being the one who makes the most money. unfortunately, money is tied to pride, so you need to make sure you find the man who doesn't
have the insecurities because that's when it gets tricky. >> but would you lose respect for the guy home doing the laundry, they are taking care of the kids and doing the other things. when you come home from a long day, sometimes it doesn't matter and add up to the day you had. >> i think that good work, as long as it is honest work, is good work. and so long as you are working to your best ability, money doesn't necessarily mean success. >> i agree. it doesn't necessarily mean drive, but i think that it's all about communication and kind of keeping those lines of communication open because right now gender roles are blurred, so there's a new set of rules and new ways to kind of talk about what's going on and keep everything open like that. >> you are talking about the cultural issues. do we have any social pressures in this country, too? is there a shift here? we think about norway and other
places where men have a long paternity leave and can take off for two months at a time. the united states is a bit different. >> the united states is different. i'm not certain if we'll see the same sort of trends come to the united states. perhaps i'm making a bit of a transition. my wife and i are both entrepreneurs, she's had a great last three years which is great for our household, but i'm expecting her to surpass me as income. >> how do you feel about that? >> i'm prepared to be a trophy husband. maybe spend a little more time doing something, i don't know, but i feel like we support each other. i'm part of her success, she's been a part of mine. it's about understanding one another and being comfortable where you are knowing that money isn't everything. >> we have to leave it there. trophy husband, i like that. thank you so much for joining us this morning. and i would love to hear from you on twitter, ffweekend on twitter. coming up on the show, one college deemed a fiesta as
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where else on national television do you see a walrus getting frisky with a woman. >> that's so great. she got her picture taken. >> he's like an old man there. >> she was asking for it in that outfit. >> the walrus gets a little fresh with her. >> sweetheart, bring me some coffee. >> the girl screams and runs off. >> this is all i usually get. come on. >> so awesome. and that's the kind of behavior you would expect from a walrus. >> right. >> i'm the walrus. >> send us your walrus videos and we'll show them here on the show. here are other stories making headline this is hour, a top al qaeda leader died after being injured during a yemeni attack on an italian camp.
they recently were trying to drive out al qaeda from southern provinces. the university alabama swimmer who died last week in the tornadoes was laid to rest. he held up a retaining wall so his wife could escape and he later died from his injuries. he set records at the university. he was 21 years old. a hero there. last week we told you about a dartmouth student who complained about a cinco de mayo party being racially insensitive and now it's happening again. students at the university campus davis protested cinco de drinko. some condemn this but others say it's no different than st. patrick's day. the party has since been canceled. does anger get the best of
you? don't drive, as anger can give you tunnel vision. don't write an e-mail. you can't take back the heated rant. don't drink alcohol, it can make you angrier. and don't eat because you can eat too much. and not broccoli and carrots. we ask what you think about this, jane says i go fora walk and sometimes talk to myself about all the things that irritate me. by the time i get back home, i'm not angry anymore. and mary lou says she learned as a new wife not to cook when angry. it just never turned out well. does that mean you burned the food or yourself? >> is there a problem that chewing tobacco can't solve? then it's a real problem. >> tucker's real keys to happiness. >> janice dean is outside.
>> i got my pom-poms ready, but i was never a cheerleader. tell us where you are from. >> janet from kansas. >> peggy potter from kansas. >> where are you from? >> norway. >> what about you ladies? >> we are from virginia beach. >> fabulous. what about you, young man? what is your name? >> bree. >> where are you from? >> lexington. >> is it a special day tomorrow? >> yes. >> what is it? >> my birthday. >> how old are you going to be? >> 7. >> that's a big number are. you celebrating today? >> i don't know. >> i hope so. we're going to make sure you celebrate. let's do some weather, okay, reid? it's a beautiful day here in new york. >> uh-huh. >> that's all that counts. we'll take a look at the radar. there we have it. the northwest, you're seeing storms. a little bit of snow in the higher elevations. not a big deal. look at the temperatures, reid. see where it is red? it is really hot, 95 degrees in dallas. have you ever felt 95 degrees? >> uh, no.
>> no. well, it's hot in dallas. 65 in new york. can you read some of those temperatures? >> 87, 88, 84, 82. >> awesome. you're a weather man, i know it. it's time for cheering. we're going to anna and clayton and tucker for some cheerleading. back to you. >> we'll be watching some cheerleaders, but i don't know if we'll partake in it. the great debate over whether cheerleading is a sport backflipped into the spotlight after new york officially deemed it a sport. >> but should it be? we have the national champion cheerleading team joining us now live. good morning to you, ladies. >> good morning. >> whoa! >> watch out what's going on. hey, good morning! what do you think about the debate that continues to rage on, even in our newsroom as to whether or not cheerleading is a sport.
>> well, it is an exciting time for us here. we feel these are athletes, so there's a huge debate if cheerleading is a sport. at the high school level, it will be recognized. and it is just an exciting time for all of us cheerleaders. >> maryelle, what do you think? >> i can't believe when someone says these people aren't athletes, what would you say to those people? >> we are athletes doing some incredible thing that is a lot of people aren't capable of doing. far as being a sport, the only issue is a team has a lot of regulations and that will change the way it is ran and what we can't do now. so it will change a lot of how it actually is. >> now that it is deemed competitive and only at the high school level now, but this goes beyond new york and sweeps the country, the same type of regulations, how will that affect you? you'll have more rest days or what will that entail? >> sure. there will be some rest days and when to hold tryouts, how many hours a week you have to
practice, maybe at the high school level, a lot of coaches are nervous to see if they'll be able to compete out of state or not. so we're just all anxious to see what the regulations will be. >> what do you say to my producer gavin who thinks this is not as athletic as, say, his four hours he spends on the golf course? >> well, we probably would have a little argument here. >> don't hold back. >> well, these guys are flipping, they are stunting, doing gymnastics. they train so hard. offseason, during the season, all year long. so we think they are definitely athletes. >> i'm on your side. gavin, sorry about this. we'll step aside to let you do your big performance here. >> we have 20 of the cheerleaders here. let's see it, ladies, and gentlemen. >> hey, go pride. >> hey, go pride! hey, go pride!
let's go hofstra pride! ♪ >> i think. that pretty much settles it, don't you think? we put to bed this controversy. tucker, do you want to weigh in on this? >> thanks, guys. a new whistleblower coming forward in the case of a v.a. hospital accused of covering up deadly treatment delays that killed scores. how does this happen to our veterans? former secretary of veterans affairs jim nicholson is here and he's astonished. stay tuned for that. and he was living a student's dream, changing his grades by hacking directly into the school's computer system. well, that dream didn't last long. wait until you hear what happened next. we'll be right back. guy: hey captain obvious, watch this!
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welcome back. time for your quick headlines. a tough few weeks for the los angeles clippers, but it is not showing on the court after they advance to the second round of playoffs after beating the golden warriors. they announced they will appoint a new ceo to the team after owner donald sterling was banned for life for racist comments he made. in a miami high school senior facing charwju for allegedly hacking into a student's website for changing grades. jose batista could face expulsion. tucker? thank you, clayton. another whistleblower blowing
the lid off the department of died waiting for treatment that never came. a doctor there says not only did they routinely cover-up the shortcomings, but anyone who spoke out about them was punished. >> in general, things are swept under the carpet before the investigation is completed because they have advanced notice. there are, across the country, physician after physician that i'm aware of who have tried to speak out for patient safety care issues. and have either gotten retaliated against by having the proficiencies dropped, they are laterally transferred or removed. most employees don't bother because retaliation is too high and they want to keep their jobs. >> what happened is unconscionable and inexcusable. jim nicholson is joining us live. thank you for coming on this morning. what do you think happened here? >> it's hard to say.
i'm very concerned about it's effect on our veterans and their families. and i'm doubly concerned about whether or not this is systemic and whether or not it's a result of what's happening to corrupt influence at the highest levels of government today in america. when you see dishonesty and the duplicity in the things like the affordable care act, obamacare or you can keep your doctor if you want. you can keep your plan if you want. and then the things they have done with the i.r.s. investigating conservatives, the lies around the video of benghazi, the fast and furious in mexico, and you see those things happen and the people of our country do, and the people working our government, yet nothing is happening to those people. no accountability. so when they get in a jam and there are a lot of pressure in these jobs running a big v.a. hospital, they might tend to take that course as well
thinking that, you know, that's okay. that's acceptable, but the real serious repercussion of this, long term, is that the young americans who we depend on to enlist the men and women come into our armed services, we have a compact with them to take care of them if they are hurt while they are serving us. and that's the v.a.'s job. and if they become cynical about that, we're not going to have people show up and volunteer for the kind of rigger we put them through in the service and uniform. this has the potential for some really serious repercussions to our society. >> it's a great point. and it's very hard to explain how this happened because money was not a factor. and to put numbers on the screen here, it is not like the veterans died because we could not afford to treat them. in 2006 when you ran the v.a., the administration had a budget of $71 billion. 2014, $150.9 billion. then when you ran it, 220,000
employees. now 312,000, but the veterans population has dropped considerably. so this makes it harder to they have the money, they have the staff and still 40 people died because they gave sub-standard care, what is that? >> well, you know, overall, we still have to get to the real facts of this. and there are hundreds of thousands of really good people that are working at the v.a., and i include the secretary and inspector general among those, but we have to get to the bottom of this and find out whether this is systemic, whether it is going on throughout the system or whether it's a one-off. and i sure hope it's the latter, but whatever it is, they then have to take very decisive action to see that this back sis is stopped. and it's not happening, by the way, for lack of resources as you just pointed out, because the american people have funded the v.a. generously as part of
their gratitude to the veterans and there are systems, if a hospital gets too mr. applications for appointments, they can do what is called see it out, which is to send it to the outside medical providing community. so there's no excuse for not having the money either. >> such a good point. former secretary jim nicholson joining us live this morning. thanks a lot for coming on. >> you bet. well, caught on camera, this is how the press really works. watch. >> i so what you're writing down there, you just wrote blah, blah, blah, for everything joe said. joe raised a respectable woman. why are you writing blah, blah, blah, on your note pad. >> the candidate you're watching in the video taking those reporters to task is joining us live. that's to tell us exactly what happened in that room. and their family dog reckless went missing for month during hrricane sandy. they had almost given up hope of never seeing him again, but there he is on your screen.
we all remember when superstorm sandy raged through the east coast bust one family in new jersey lost more than part of their home in the storm. they lost their dog, reckless. he went missing. this story has a happy ending. when craig and alicia james went to adopt another dog a year and a half later, they found reckless in the animal shelter.
craig, alicia and their 10-year-old daughter as well as reckless are here with us. not only did you find him at the shelter, he's the first one that comes out to you. aleash that, start with what happened. how did you lose reckless? >> after sandy we were -- our landlord was in foreclosure and wasn't making any repairs on a house. we were living in bad conditions there. he got out through a hole in the fence. it actually ripped off his old collar. and name tag. and i mean, of course we went out looking for him but we have no idea how long he was out before that. >> you're just in dire straits, right, chuck? >> yes. >> you're sitting there for days, weeks, pumping raw sewage out of your home, you lose your little baby, reckless. the collar is gone. nobody can return him. explain the searching process, high and low. >> when we saw the collar in the
fence, you try to be responsible. his name was on the collar, our phone number was on the collar, all that. we go up to the normal streets where we usually walked him and things like that, then you start to go desperate, start going places you haven't been. the next thing you know, it's an hour and a half, two hours later, and you still don't have him. you leave the gate open and hope he finds his way home. >> alexandra, were you scared that something terrible happened to reckless? >> i was really scared. >> did you cry? were you worried? >> yes, i was worried. >> eventually you decide we've given up hope, searched high and low, it's time to adeposit a new dog. explain what happened, alicia. >> we originally went to the associated humane. they don't adopt to families with children under 5. it's their policy now. we have a 2-year-old and 3-year-old as well. the hotel we're relocated at
right now is right around the corner from the spca, we went there, hoping they didn't have the same policy. they go to bring us to the kennels. i was on the phone at the time. we walk in and he's like, that looks like reckless, the first dog in the first kennel. i almost dropped the phone. i was like, i've got to call you back. i just found reckless. >> what's it been like having your baby home with you? >> good. i missed him. >> i guess so. >> here to stay. >> he certainly looks happy. he's doing all right. >> yes, he re-adjusted really well, he ran to the first bed and couch and hasn't moved. >> the king of the castle. >> what a happy ending to that terrible story. >> i appreciate it. thank you. 56 minnesoutes after the hour n where was the president thñ night four americans were killed in benghazi? no one seems to know but logs may reveal the answer. they are crime fighters but in new york city, police
good morning. it's sunday, the 4th of may, 2014. i'm anna kooiman. where was the president the night four americans were killed in benghazi? no one seems to know but the white house visitor log may reveal the answer. details, straight ahead. and caught on camera, this is what the press is really like when you're not watching. watch this. >> i can see what you're writing down there. you wrote down blah, blah, blah, blah. she's a respectable woman. why are you not respecting her by writing blah, blah, blah.
to everything she said. a teen takes his great grandmother to prom since she never went to hers. >> oh. >> they join us live this hour. that guy is a catch. i don't know him but he's a catch. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ "love train" by big & rich. that's our theme song here on "fox & friends." good morning, 9:01 on the east coast. >> we wish we were all big and rich, dean the we. >> we do have the love train and that's how we start every show. >> more on that later. >> but first, let's start with this. because lots of questions this mortgage remain as to where the president was on the day of the benghazi attack.
the senators, among others, members of the house of representatives, have been trying to get answers, documents, e-mails, phone call information about exactly what unfolded in the white house, what we now know that according to white house visitor logs, the president was in debate preparations with three different aides, getting ready for the election with michael donlin and others. >> the question remained for the last 20 months, where was president obama. we had a guest on with brett bear earlier this week. i don't remember the dude. i don't know where he was. he wasn't in the situation room with me. it appears that politics was playing a biggr role -- more of an important role anyway in the president's life than taking care of the four lives that were lost. >> this matters, for a couple of reasons.
this is not endless harping on the president. this attack took place over eight hours. >> right. >> if it turns out the president, aware of the attack was occurring, but they didn't send help, continued to do debate prep, i think that's a revealing fact. moreover, another thing we still don't know is hillary clinton's role in this. we know she was the first person to, i believe, describe this attack. we don't anything about that. we don't know her conversations on that. no e-mails were released with her in them at all. >> if you reverse engineer, she was watching this unfold in real time. as were other generals at the time and other members of the military. they were watching the life drone feed that was over it from africom in stuttgart, germany. if you have a secretary of state who's watching an embassy or a consulate being attacked do you not think there would maybe be interruption of debate prep.
>> you would hate to think the president, we don't know this, that he would continue debate prep as a u.s. consulate comes under attack . if that's true, that's up setting. >> we had the uncle of sean smith, one of the four americans that lost their lives, on the show earlier. take a listen. >> the president and hillary clinton made a political decision as opposed to a security decision. and they should be ashamed of themselves. they should be ashamed that they actually had the unmitigated gull to go to -- before the caskets of my nephew and three other americans and lie to the mothers and fathers and widows of these brave americans. how shameful. how chilling is this? >> yes, it certainly is shameful.
this alleged cover-up of this alleged cover-up, could it even be worse than what actually was unfolding? you know, if the president did indeed fail to make the call to move, to go rescue these guys, you know, it was all a political decision because they were scared there would be some type of failure, it wouldn't be a seemless thing or look good ahead of the election, and it wouldn't fit their narrative, why didn't they switch their narrative and say al qaeda is still a threat, why do we want to change leadership right now? why didn't they switch their narrative? why did they have to stick to that and let four people die. >> because the bumper stickers were printed already. >> there was a 50-man special forces unit in croatia, ready to be called, could have responded within a few hours. a lot of people on the left were saying there was no one nearby. even if they gave an order, no one could have responded. colonel hunt said they could have done something, gone in
there and maybe saved lives saerl. what a shame. a search under way this morning fon an army ranger from texas who vanished at sea. wrangler leaseburg went missing after kayaking with another ranger. the kayak flipped over and they were separated. his family set up a website for donations to help in the search. he has served five tours of duty. new overnight, we have learned the ferry thpá sank in south korea sailed nearly 250 trips in the past year, carrying too much cargo. and even worse, the exceeded cargo limits were never reported. officials believe the ferry may have been overloaded when it sank last month, leaving more than 300 people missing or dead. it's a case of kids gone wild. this massive party in canada drew nearly 2,000 teenagers to a mansion under construction. the party caught on social media with the hash tag mansion party. police arrived but the party didn't stop.
some even taking selfies with the cops. the blowout caused more than $70,000 worth of damage to the home, apparently being arrested isn't enough to stop kids from tweeting. one posting this, just got released from jail after getting arrested for assaulting a police officer at last night night's #mansionparty. are you kidding me? ever wonder why we remember some things so well but others seem to fade away? >> alcohol? ♪ because i'm happy ♪ ♪ if you feel like a room without a roof ♪ >> happy memories last longer than bad ones. maybe that's why relationships that end, then get back together, back together, all the good times. >> keep marrying the same person. >> it's rose colored glasses. you get back together, wait a minute, that stinks. >> let go of the bitterness.
did you watch the kentucky derby yesterday? it was so good. the fastest two minutes of course in all of spores and the unlikeliest of horses managed to pull it out. the kentucky derby champion california chrome, you know, this is one of those amazing hollywood stories, you know, the foal of a horse that nobody wanted. really pennies on the dollar. they pay $2 million for most horses. his mom, this horse's mom, $8,000. they didn't think this horse ha÷ a chance. we spoke to the trainer earlier. he got two hours of sleep last night, art sherman. he talked about this unlikely story. listen to art. >> if you know all the circumstances involving this horse, it's like a dream coming true. people don't realize, you know, they sent me this text and said the road to the derby. i said, wow, he hasn't even started. and i said the road to the derby? i said you realize what kind of road that is? you know?
and it was like a miracle. i said you must have some -- you must know somebody upstairs to be that lucky, you know, because first horse, baby getting to the races. sure enough, on that road to the derby text, he won all four races and then he won the fifth, the kentucky derby. it's a remarkable story, really. >> i don't know who i'm impressed by more, the horse or its trainer. art sherman had never had a horse in the kentucky derby before. he's 77 years old, by far t$e oldest trainer ever to win. he was working at the ticket window at racetracks up until pretty recently to pay the bills. he was not anybody's first pick for a trainer and now his horse won. by the way, not just the kentucky derby but the four preceding events. >> it's amazing. i asked him on the show, do you think this will up-end horse racing? they spend millions of dollars. they took a chance on this horse
for pennies on the dollar. it was the favorite going to the derby. could it go a triple crown. >> this would be like a smartcar or a yugo winning the daytona 500. >> i love the name of their company. >> fantastic. >> caught on camera, this is what the press is really like when you're not watching. >> i can see what you're writing down there. you wrote down blah, blah, blah, blah for everything jill ray saiñ. why are you not respecting her by writing blah, blah, blah on your note pad? >> that senate candidate busting a reporter in the act. he joins us next. >> calls it like he sees it. this guy did the same dance for 100 days straight. his moves going viral, this morning. we'll explain how he made this video himself. coming up. guy: hey captain obvious, watch this!
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you want to talk about disrespect? i see what you're writing down there. you wrote down blah, blah, blah, blah for everything jill ray said. jill ray is a respectable woman. why are you not respecting her by writing blah, blah, blah on your note pad? >> do you believe it's a myth or reality. >> it's a myth. >> yes. >> where are you on the easter bunny? >> what's that? >> where are you on the easter bunny. >> are these really the questions i was here to answered? i called you out for putting blah, blah, blah on your note pad, now you're asking questions like this? >> that was mark callahan, he's running for u.s. senate in the state of oregon. he got into it with a bunch of
editorial writers at a local weekly paper for their behavior in a meeting with republican senate candidates seeking the paper's endorsment. callahan was later tossed out of the meeting for, quote, not following the rules, what that means. he joins us now to tell us what happened. thanks for coming on, mr. callahan. >> good morning, tucker, how are you doing. >> were they as awful as they seemed? >> yes, they were. >> they seemed totally super sillious, arrogant and thin skinned. maybe the video was misleading. >> i think they were on a power trip, personally. it was all about control, on a power trip. they were basically trying to control the meeting. it's a fairly liberal paper. they were trying to man handle us republicans out here in oregon. it was not something i could stand for, especially when they were dishonoring a candidate. >> working for a sad little
paper in oregon, they're on a power trip? >> exactly. >> i was struck by the exchange on global warming or climate change, whatever they're calling it now. he asked you a totally unfair question, is it a myth or not? what does that mean mean? rather than digesting what you said, he dismissed you as a wacko. >> exactly. i mean, that's what they do out here in oregon. oregon has gotten kind of the reputation of being a liberal state. in my opinion oregon is a red state with blue islands, blue islands being the major cities. it's gotcha questions is what they were doing. the easter bunny question, i had to quote fropá movie "a few good men," the jack nicholson quote, are these really the questions i was called here to answer. basically they were condescending, controlling. i'm an eagle scout myself. i grew up learning about honor, integrity and character. i could not let them do what he this were doing to a fellow
candidate, jill ray perkins in terms of her not even being there. she was on the speaker phone at the time. i couldn't let that stand. it came from within me in order to say something. because what they were doing is acting dishonorably. >> here's their response. this is from the paper, our goal is not to provide equal time but to explore questions we think matter most to our readers. not everyone likes to follow the rules. on rare occasion we have to ask candidates to leave the endorsement interviews. that's what happened when callahan came to our office. >> what was the rule you supposedly broke? >> to this day i really don't know. honestly, we've been to other candidate forums, the five of us, all around the state. we've always gotten equal time to answer questions. but it just didn't seem like they were doing that this time. and apparently i stepped out of their control norm or their totalitarian regime that they were controlling in the room there. and i guess it kind of irked
them. >> if you don't believe the earth is getting warmer every year as the result of industrial progress or carbon emissions, then you're like mentally ill? >> well, according to them, apparently. but i mean, i'm obviously not -- i believe -- i mean, it's called different things over the years, it's been called global warming and then the liberals@(rp'ge it to climate change. i personally call it weather myself. >> yes, weather. >> exactly. they were trying to call me out and ask a gotcha question. >> that's not really a question, that's a statement. i agree with you on oregon. if you took out eugene and portland, it would be wyoming. such a great state. good luck. >> thanks for coming on this morning. one in four women are the bread winners in their families. is that a good thing? it's celebrated but does it cause serious friction at home? we'll debate that coming up. they are crime fighters but in new york city, cops become the victims what happened at
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gm is recalling 51,000 suvs. what's going on with all these recalls. the recall includes 2014 models of buick enclave, traverse and arcadia. dealers will reprogram the software for free, starting immediately. it was the deal that sent nypd home. the team's van was broken into and their equipment stolen. new york's finest were not able to play in the championship game unfortunately. joining us now, the president and head coach of new york's finest baseball club, jose vazquez and team captain, nypd captain, dennis o'sullivan. good morning, thanks for coming in. dennis, you're the captain. you go out to the van, first one to realize what happened. explain the situation. >> come out in the morning. we're going to win a championship. quickly deflated when i opened
the back the van and noticed all of our equipment was gone. >> did you almost think somebody is clowning around, you have jokesters on the team? did you think somebody was pulling your leg or what's going through your mind. >> for a split second i did cross my mind. immediately i realized the gravity of what was happening. >> jose, you know, police known for investigating, right? what's the latest with the investigation right now? what happened with all the stuff that got dumped? >> well, you know, dallas police department came down, took a report and immediately started investigating. we were fortunate enough to recover one of the bags. >> yes. >> which had mostly items that had nypd on it. i guess they didn't want to hold on to anything that had those four letters on it. we were able to get a bag back before we left but we're still missing a lot of equipment. >> how does that make you feel? i imagine you feel pretty violated. >> we do. usually we're on the other side, taking the reports from victims. ájju$e victim.
>> but you say the dallas fire department really -- police department rather did a nice job with you guys? >> they did. they did. they took care of us. the people in dallas have been supporting us. we've been getting a lot of messages on our facebook page. people willing to help, people willing to donate. we've gotten, you know, some support. >> you are impressive in dallas, obviously, making it to the championship game and all that. then this happened. you know, what is it that you're hoping happens? you hope you get your gear back? are you searching for retribution here, what? >> it would be nice to have it returned but the resolve of this team, we won't waiver at all. we'll replace it, go on, continue playing. no one's going to stop us. we faced bigger challenges before. >> jose, a lot of people may think your team is funded by the city, you know, since it's nypd written all over your shirts. this is money out of your own pocket. >> yes, it's money out of our
own pocket. these guys take vacation time to go on trips. we go on multiple trips. we have san diego left and we're going to south korea in october. we do fund-raising, sometimes we have private donations. but it's never enough to cover what we spend in one year on this team. >> i hope you take your anger and smash a bunch of balls, hit a bunch of home runs. >> i appreciate it. >> thanks for being with us and thank for all you do. >> thanks for having us. clayton and tucker, back to you. >> you steal from the nypd. wow. vice president joe biden with an interesting response to an immigration protester. >> represent something special we never talked about -- >> [ inaudible ]. >> we'll do that, too, kid. >> stop deportaáion. really? how does he plan to do that? what he might have been hinting at. and are you getting ready to
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♪ let's go let's go let's go ♪ don't got no time to mess around so let's go ♪ ♪ no car but i can take the metro ♪ >> that's awesome. that's your shot of the morning. we've seen countless trick shot videos like this but nothing like this one. the two guys who work for old milwaukee beer in wisconsin, they're doing old milwaukee trick shots. it was 435,000 views right now. >> we ask everybody, is this real or is this fake? do you think it's photo shopped? or did editing? in this scenario we could test their blood alcohol content. >> old milwaukee. >> awesome. >> unbelievable. >> wait a minute. ♪ >> that was a little bit of a letdown. >> it really is one of the great -- wisconsin is such a great state. filled with awesome people.
>> and awesome beer. >> here's a question that we're almost hesitant to ask. it's a growing trend in america so we will. are female bread winners a recipe for disharmony within the home? vastly increasing number of women in this country earn more than their husbands. now 24% of wives earn more than their husbands. that's four times more than the 1960s. >> yes. and this economic recession that we've had hit men particularly hard. women had to step up and take on larger roles in the family. it's been happening in europe for a number of years. it seems like it's not really had that much of an impact on the familial structure. >> this new study says it is a recipe for disaster, potentially. self-esteem and ego can take a hit, five times more likely to cheat. another part negatively impacts his outlook on their relationship.
so do theyemasculated if the woman is making more money? >> it's hard for men. it's also women, i know a number of people in this position, a couple anyway. it's been really hard for the women. >> yes. >> they go into this relationship, i think to some extent it's hard wired thinking this man is going to take care of them. it turns out they're in chargen they don't want to be. >> very often women, even if they're making more money and they're the bread winner, you would think the husband would step up and do more of the cooking and cleaning. maybe he isn't wired to do that. and she possibly is wired to do that. she ends up doing all of it. >> remember the study we had that showed men who do do housework traditionally -- >> we had a nice debate about
it. >> the traditional gender roles have been the man takes care of the woman. a lot of men base a lot of their identity on being able to take care of their family. >> there are other ways you can take care of your family. you canning the head of the household without being the one that makes the most money. >> unfortunately money is tied to pride often. >> i'm prepared to be a trophy husband. maybe spend more time reading or something. i don't know. in all seriousness, i think we support each other, it's about understanding one another, being comfortable where we are, knowing money isn't everything. >> you're right. it adds a level of stress that i don't think most couples -- >> i'm sure there are exceptions. happy people are doing all different kinds of things. i'm not judging anyone. i think it's harder than people think it is. >> let's us know what you think,
"fox & friends."c "fox & friends." 40 veterans allegedly die while waiting for treatment. one doctor who works there says there was a massive cover-up. former secretary of veterans affairs jim nicholson calls it unconscionable and inexcusable. he says budget concerns weren't the issue. how do they prevent this from ever happening again? >> we have to get to the bottom of this and find out whether this is systemic, whether it's going on throughout the system or whether it's a one-off. i sure hope it's the latter. but whatever it is, they then have to take decisive action to see this practice is stopped. >> nicholson added the v.a. leaders need to be held accountable for their actions. oh, no, joe, did vice president joe biden leak a secret government plan to end the deportation of illegal immigrants? >> the immigrant community represents something special we never talk about. >> stop deportation! >> we'll do that, too, kid, but
let me finish my speech. >> huh. the vp saying while giving a commencement speech, he was there in miami, florida. the obama administration has been reviewing the policy to see if there's a more humane approach to deportation. while advocates want to end it altogether, the administration says a change that big likely will not happen. if you need motivation this morning, maybe this guy can inspire you. ♪ >> he's channeling napoleon dynamite there. he recorded himself dancing the same routine for 100 days straight and created a time lapse and merged all of his moves together. the studio getting 360,000 views in just 24 hours. what do you think about this, tucker? to a whole new level. selfies >> yes. >> i think it's highly weird.
i'm not against it. >> it took a lot of time. he's probably making a lot of money off that video. the dancing machine this morning. >> whoa! >> where are you from? >> hershey, pennsylvania. >> your name? >> michelle. >> okay. >> george. >> i'm sorry, i missed your husband's name. >> claire. >> where are you from? >> maryland. >> what's your name. >> kayla. >> what are you doing for today. >> i'm going to dance with the rockets. >> are you going to show us the moves? >> i don't know any yet. >> you're going to learn though, right? >> yes. >> thanks for coming. what's your favorite? what do you like to watch on tv? >> fox news. >> excellent. i'm home free. let's take a look at the weather. then we'll talk about moroccos. 40 in minneapolis, 59 in kansas city, 58 in el paso. the big story is the warm temperatures across the southern plains. there's a quick look at the
radar, northwest, showers across the great lakes and the northeast. it's always a good day when we're talking about tequila. >> absolutely. >> my wife and i had some tequila the other night when we filed our taxes. that was a way to soften the blow. it went well. we're here with a mixologist. she'll show us how to make some cinco de mayo cocktails. breath of fresh air this morning. let's dive in. if you wanted to make a classic margarita. >> classic margarita created at tommy's in san francisco. it's fresh lime juice, agave syrup and a nice tequila of your choice, shaken and served over ice. we rimmed it with himalayan pink salt and cayenne pepper. >> did you have to climb the himalayas to get this salt? >> i did. >> i don't know what that says
about this. >> i want to see this baby, work it. >> is there a certain way you shake? >> with the hips. >> right. >> that's how i do it. >> i spill it all over myself by accident. >> look at that. >> just an excitement. >> is this the most popular drink, obviously for cinco de mayo? >> it is one of them, yes. >> in 20 years ago in san francisco. this wasn't created in mexico? >> no. >> next on the list is the paloma. >> can i smell that? >> you can smell it. >> this is a spin on it. it's a little bit different. they make it with a grape soda. this will be with fresh grapefruit juice, a chili liquore. >> fire it up, baby. >> what's the good rule of them for how long you want to do that? >> make your fingers a little
bit cold. >> what's the key to the tequila? does it matter? >> you want a really good tequila, something that's 100% agave. it will be the most delicious tequila you can have. >> are we allowed to drink these. >> i think you have to. >> our producer says can we bring these down to the control booth? >> tequila made, what's this one? >> it's a super refreshing cocktail. it's fresh cucumber, fresh mint, some lime, a little bit of simple, tequila and i top it off with a tiny little bit of mescow. >> i'll stand back. >> i'm going one way. my hips are going one way, candace but my body is going another way. >> i just need a straw. tucker, you coming out? >> i'm kind of blown away. >> there you go, tucker. >> unbelievable.
>> they kept me out of that segment. ♪ shake shake shake >> all over the studio. >> i love drinking in the morning here. coming up, a university's psa to stop cheating has backfired. and the unemployment rate may be dropping but is the economy really recovering? maria bartiromo reads between the headlines. there she is ♪ american woman stay away from me ♪
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are the re.a., the reason behind the drop. here is the host of "sunday morning futures" maria bartiromo. >> good morning. thank you so much. >> the people that left the labor force in april, 806,000. is this because they can't find good enough jobs or can't find work altogether. >> they are leaving, stopping looking because they can't find a job. while the numbers look good, more than 200,000 jobs created, it does not include the number of people who have actually left. it's a whole host of reasons. i think the most prominent reason is because they can't find a job, they get frustrated and they stop looking and they're not counted. >> why this measurement? why do we do it with this rate? same with the inflation rate. why is this the gold standard? >> it's a head scratcher. i really don't know why we do it this way. as long as we continue to watch the participation rate you can see the real numbers behind the numbers. the same thing happens with other economic data, like the ppi, why do we not include food and energy?
when in fact that's probably the two commodities that we use most. >> let's take a look at some of the other cautionary signs in this jobs report, too. you can dissect them, 543,000 fewer people seeking work. the no housing rebound. high school graduates school out, losing out, flat wages, all-around wage stagnation, 45,000 more men working two full-time jobs. dissect that if you want. >> part of the issue is we do not see employers hiring those people who have the skill sets required to get the jobs that are needed. you know, some jobs require skill sets, training, we don't have that kind of education for people. so low-paying jobs are available. you take a situation like keystone. keystone would actually create jobs that are high paying. those jobs that are long-term and that create jobs that require skill sets. we just don't have that. you know, since the 2008 upset, the recession, i think white
collar jobs have been dropping. that's why you see so much entrepreneurialism, people saying let me try to start my own company, it's gotten cheaper to do so. you've seen jobs in technology and health care but we should be a lot farther along at this point in the sike. >> i want to talk to you about this toyota announcement. they've had a presence in california since the 1950s. texas able to lure them away with less regulation and tax incentives. what can we learn from governor rick perry in the great state of texas. >> i'll have on the ceo of the dallas federal reserves. texas job creation, a much better unemployment rate than the rest of the country, job creation, economic growth than the rest of the country? you have to look at the policies in texas. no corporate tax. it's an environment where companies want to be, toyota included. companies are going to texas because it's a better environment and as a result, they are creating more jobs. let's not forget business creates jobs, not government. if you create an environment
where actually businesses will flourish, they will go there. we've seen this over and over again. >> florida, texas. the smart place where rich people have homes. >> yes. you have a capital slight, out of places like new york, california. money is mobile. it will go where it's treated best. >> richard fisherman, dallas fed. who else? >> senator hoberman. he backs legislation that hopes to take the keystone decision out of the administration's hands. they're doing politicking, not leading with, when to comes to keystone. we'll talk to senator hoeven about that bill. and tax reform, pfizer wants to acquire astrazeneca, caterpillar, ge, having billions overseas. why? their money is treated better we'll talk tax reform with two experts on that. we have the panel looking ahead, leaning into the business week ahead. >> all that and more in 12
minutes. >> 12 minutes, maria bartiromo. >> you're so calm. you have a show to host. >> she knows her stuff. that's why she's calm. coming up here on the show, a university's psa to stop cheating backfires. all of the answers for the test were on the no cheating poster on his hand. and the perfect dress, the perfect dance and the perfect date. a teenager takes his great grandmother to prom since she never got a chance to go to her own. they join us live, next. ♪ this is gonna be the best day of my life ♪ ♪ my life
>> turns out a university's anti-cheating poster made cheating even easier. the school administrator thought the signs would be too far away for students to read from their desk. one student gained ten points reading them. >> three california teenagers busted for stealing a economic bookstores flint stone mobile. the owner asked the three boys to dress up and work for him on free economic book day. the boys danced and waved signs asking people to check out the store. >> delores had a prom experience of her life this week. her great grandson austin.
>> where did you come up with this idea to take your great grandmother to your prom? >> it was back in economics class. my teacher had mentioned that his older brother, taken his grandma to prom and i thought that was such a neat idea that someone could be so selfless and sacrifice a night of their own for someone else. i told her happy birthday. she had just turned 89. and i mentioned prom to her and she replied by saying that she never had the opportunity to go. she never had the money or the funds. sos that's when i thought wow, this is perfect.
>> a younger person taking an 9-year-old grandma. i said if i was able it would be an honor. >> i know did he go through the process of getting the corsage? did you get a corsage and get all ready and everything? >> yeah. i got her a corsage i surprised her with a pearl necklace so it was a great time. >> granny, i know you were a huge hit at the prom.
when your grandson requested the special song, kisses of delores, how did that make you feel? austin do you have a girlfriend? i bet there is a line of them right now thinking that is a catch. >> oh, you will. >> austin and delores, thank you for joining us. more fox and friends coming up. so you canet out of your element. so you can explore a new frontier and a dient discipline. get two times the points on travel and dining
have you been drinking the entire time since we have been out here? >> may the fourth be with you. but also cinco de mayo coming up. >> see you everyone. >> mixed economic signals camming at us. are we really moving ahead or could we just as easily backtrack? >> wall street encouraged by some employment numbers but it comes as the gdp is moving at a snail's pace. the keystone pipeline could bring 42 million jobs to america. is there a way to get it going without his