tv FOX and Friends Sunday FOX News June 28, 2015 3:00am-7:01am PDT
hi friends. good morning. today is sunday 28th of june 2015. i'm anna kooiman. police hot on the trails of murderers david sweat two days after police shot his accomplice dead. >> there's going to be a break in this case. he's going to make a mistake. >> we learn more about richard matd's matt's final moments before shot dead. people hospitalized at a water park after a stage goes up
in flames. we'll tell you what actually happened. stay tuned for that. a new fallout over the supreme court same-sex marriage decision. conservatives take a swipe at the president's evolving beliefs. >> one of three things is true. he was either lying in 2008 he's lying now, or god rewrote the bible and barack obama is the only one that got the new edition. >> their message and plans to fight for fate. "fox & friends" begins right now. hi friends. >> good morning. >> welcome to "fox & friends" on this rainy, wet sunday morning here in new york city. alone and desperate is the term being used. >> it sounds grim. rainy, wet, alone, desperate. america is getting flaky.
it hasn't affect add our morning on the curvy couch. >> alone and desperate as far as david sweat goes. police try to track down the fugitive. >> he's more vulnerable now that his accomplice is dead shot dead two days ago. >> we are in new york where officers are closing in. rod wheeler is standing by with the inside look of the mind of that escaped killer. we start with peter doocy. >> reporter: hello. no one slowed him down when he broke out of jail. the buffalo news is staying that matt was in bad shape when border patrol agents caught up with him, possibly fro something spoiled he ate or drank.
contributing to this report he was drunk and wreaked of booze. we don't know if david sweat is in the same poor condition. authorities think the bad weather and rain coming down for three weeks is probably wearing him out. >> he's been through rough weather. there's more rough weather coming in the next three or four days. i can't believe he's getting a lot of sleep. he's fatigued. he's grabbing food wherever he can. there's not a lot of abandoned camps in the perimeter he's in now. he's in for rough times. >> because of that the sheriff thinks sweat is become more and more -- >> we've lost our connection to peter peter doocy. >> i think he was saying more
desperate and fatigued he gets more likely he is to make a mistake. >> you pointed out investigators have found two things candy wrappers and alcohol. >> who can survive on that. >> high wind this is morning and pouring down rain. we want to bring in rod wheeler. look at that mess outside. former homicide detective, nice to see you this morning rod. >> good morning. >> look at this mess outside. they think this guy is desperate. it could be a matter of hours trying to track this guy gowndown. >> good morning to you. sweat is desperate and increasingly dangerous. he is fatigued hasn't had sleep or food. probably getting whatever he can get his hands on. the real scary part is he probably has a wet like matt had a weapon the other day. that's what law enforcement
authorities are concerned about. they know owe once they confront him and probably will today, they know this will be a gun battle. sweat does not want to go bookack to prison. >> what are the rules of engagement here? >> typically we always wanted to take an individual alive if we can probably can. they're using a number of elite operatives in new york. they're especially trained to deal with individuals like this. it's not like you have street officers looking for him. they know it's some type of battle once they confront him. they're using highly trained individuals with high power weapons as a matter of fact. >> richard had a shotgun on him. there are fears he has a gun as well. matt wouldn't put his hands up. that's why they shot him. if he had brought him in alive,
they probably would have had better chance of getting sweat, getting information. what do you think the possibility of getting sweat would be? there's a lot going on at the clinton correction facility with tools getting to them hamburger meat joyce mitchell helping them out, the seamstress. what's the threat of bringing in sweat alive? >> there's a huge benefit. not just mitchell but friday they arrested another correctional officeer they think could have been involved helping the men. if they can get sweat in prison alive, they can interview him and hopefully learn how he was able to pull off this stunt. they're going to be hoping and praying they can get him alive. i don't think it's going to end that way. >> our friend rod wheeler standing by live. thanks a lot. >> yep. following a lot of stories
for you. jam-packed show this morning. this morning, fighting for faith. that's what happened in colorado, denver where a bunch of gop candidates took to the stage to blast the supreme court decision on same-sex marriage. a number of candidates on stage yesterday. here are a few of sound bites and highlights from yesterday's speeches. listen. >> my own view is i am sorry the supreme court took up this case. i think it was best left to the states and people of the country to continue the conversation. >> the sole role of the judiciary in the states and country is uphold the constitution of the united states. those laws dually enacted under it no more no less. >> this is a press just three years ago held the same position i do as did hillary, as did joe biden. he was either lying in 2008
he's lying now, or god rewrote the bible and barack obama is the only one who got the new decision. >> hah drew chuckles from the crowd. governor huckabee talking about obama in '08, sharing his belief and changing it in 2012 saying was this political opportunity on the president's part winning election and trying to rally the base four years later? >> david, who worked for the president t and got him elected the first time shed light on this. he said president obama was always for gay marriage but lied about it to get elected. >> you have 320 million in the country, five made this decision. there's lots of ways to affect social change. doing it through the courts is not most democratic. it's the least democratic. >> supreme court writing laws essentially.
we're going to talk to ricking santorum of pennsylvania joining us live in an hour 7:15. also donald trump joining us on the show. this is a jam-packed sunday morning. keep it here. another fox news alert. beach goers aware. a 17-year-old in critical condition after yet another shark attack on the coast of carolinas. the teen was airlifted to a hospital after a shark bit him. this coming a day and 20 miles away from another attack. this month alone, there have been seven shark attacks in north and south carolina. coming up at 6:30 eastern time, we'll hear from a shark expert about the dangerous pattern. hundreds of people running through flames for their lives after an explosion rocks a water park.
♪ ♪ >> the ball of fire igniting in taiwan after a flammable powder was released in the crowd at a dance party. the powder then exploded and engulfed the stage. 515 were hurt. some using pool intertubes as stretchers to carry the victims out. 183 were hospitalized. this video shows thieves stealing suitcases off the baggage claim. police hope it helps them track nine people swiping bags. thieves try to blend in with the crowd looking like they got off the airplane and carry their own backpacks there. >> you go to the airport to steal other people's bags. that's a new one. there's nine of them. like the bag bandits. >> haven't you always thought that was a possibility?
>> i always carry on. >> it's such a pain to park at the airport. can you imagine how much elicit sun tan lotion they get? >> that's true. i'm always thinking why isn't this guarded more often. >> do my laundry more often. >> do your laundry, take the bags. perfect. it's chilly in areas across the great lakes. 56 this morning in and around the chicago area. that's behind this rain system we saw yesterday. it's dragged a lot of moisture across the east coast and sagging down across parts of the southern tier which is great news. it will cool temperature temperatures down. you've been hot and humid. drier air mass behind this. not as humid and cooler. great day, places like atlanta, memphis and kentucky. we have rain across new england. we have the next system across parts of the northern plains. get ready for the severe weather spot on the mid mississippi
river valley. >> thank you rick. coming up hillary clinton slamming republicans for their stance on gay marriage. did she forget she said this not long ago? watch. >> i believe that marriage is not just a bond but a sacred bond between a man and a woman. >> that was hillary evangelicals. she changed her mind. is that all right? you decide. a veteran's homes goes up in flames with something special inside. a firefighter saves him and his precious memory. hear the story and that man ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ i built my business with passion. but i keep it growing by making every dollar count. that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one. i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy for my studio. ♪
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. on the heels of supreme court gay marriage ruling hillary clinton attacked republican rivals on their position. watch. >> many of the republican candidates for president who seemed determine to lead us right back into the past. instead of trying to turn back the clock, they should be joining us in saying loudly and clearly, no no to discrimination once and for all. >> that's where she stands today. a recent development in case you have forgotten. here's where she was a decade ago. >> i believe that marriage is not just a bond but a sacred bond between a man and a woman. >> is that hypocrisy or evolution? joining us now, radio talk show host and producer tammie bruce and also coauthor of the book
"end of discussion." welcome to you both. tammy, first to you. >> hi there. >> hey. >> people change their views. hillary clinton changed her views. shouldn't she give a break to the people that hold the view she held recently. >> well yes. actually hillary clinton and her husband did more damage to civil rights than anyone on earth. look at the defensive marriage act, don't ask don't tell. they went out of their way to change this nation against the progress of gay civil rights. it sends hypocritical, you you -- disingene rous. i think this was a good decision. looking at 1th amendment, we can now debate that hah. it's a law of the land.
i think it's a good conservative decision. this lessens the power of government. government retreated in saying what you can't do. that's what conservatives have always argued. stability is important, more here. i think this is pushing civil rights back for people because it suited them at the time. >> the defensive marge act seems to be lost to history. the idea was tolerance. you've got your views, i've got mine but we can live together in coexistence. is that the direction the country is moving? >> it's not unfortunately. what gets to me in terms of hillary clinton is self-righteousness. all these people that had the exact decision as republicans like seven minutes ago are
changing because that's how the culture has gone base of their party, and young people. i say this as someone in favor of same-sex marriage. it's a bit much for them to peddle this position as though it's been a long held belief which isn't true. your point tucker an important one. it's something we get into this our book. for america to co exist and live in an open minded culture, we have to stop assuming the worst about one another's motives. we're not doing that. that's been a big problem on both sides of the debate. you have some people on the antigay rights that say gay people are trying to change our culture with perversion, impact the children many in some way wa. you have people that are hateful and say they're big gots. we're not going to make progress and come together as a country
if we keep this with each other's motives. >> tammy, how should republicans respond to this ruling? >> americans, especially those that want gay marriage and are gay, it's time to realize we've got to stand up for everyone else. there will be bad actors on the left that want to use this to punish christians. that is the offer. republican candidates will do well not to make this about gay marriage but about defending religious liberty, small business individual christians and, that we should stand together all of us. >> we could do a full hour special with you. >> let's. >> i would, promise you. >> thanks guys. >> thank you. coming up president obama famously sat down with liberal youtube stars. now this 12-year-old wants a chance to get in the conversation. >> mr. president, today i come to you with a bold yet simple
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month where to be found. the coastal guard suspends the search for trevor moore that went missing thursday off the coast of florida. his boat was found tangled in boats near the marine that still idling. they have searched 310 nautical miles in three days. thank you so much. 25 minutes after the hour. do you have a fast food craving you can't kick? >> here to take your order. doesn't mean you have to slam the brakes on your diet. there are healthy options there on the road on your road trip. >> it's so hard to other eat right on the road. nice to see you this morning. the diet falls apart on the summer road trip. you pack on like five pounds. >> some use it as an ex cuseexcuse.
what we know is you can obviously bring healthy choices. if you have to stop and go through the drive-through, you can make better choices. >> we're going to stop at some of these restaurants. you brought along ideas of what we should eat at for example starbucks. >> starbucks is one of my favorite place to eat on the run. it's not just muffins, skoens and things people think. this is a brown rice and veggie bowl. you're getting in whole grains real clean food vegetables. even if calories aren't less than a muffin, muffin isn't going to keep you full. it's sugar and fat. this is a real option on the run. >> i didn't know they had salads. >> what should we skip at starbucks? >> muffins and banana bread types of things. it's sugar and pat. >> what about the wraps.
turkey bacon -- >> some of those are along the lines of salad. >> stay away from the frosted cookie. >> absolutely for sure. >> i'm a big fan of chipotle. what options are there? >> you can go either way. hard core unhealthy or make healthy option. we skipped the rice. you don't need all that refined carbohydrate in will there. more veggies. instead of double serving of meat do one. salsa is satisfying guacamole, healthy fat. skip the cheese and chips and have a healthier option. >> what's the healthiest meat item protein, and which of beans is better? >> any of the beans are great. the meat go for one scoop. >> not double meat. two chicken. that's what i do. not anymore.
>> mcdonald's has been battling for more healthy options for years. >> they have. go simple. go go for double burger special sauces and type things. go for the plain burger. most simple least amount of calories. it's not all calories it's cleaner nutrients. you'll control it there. get in a side salad. it's real food. vegetables ss have finer and water value. better than the fries. >> people go i'm getting a salad but it's ranch croutons. >> exactly. that's why a side salad is better. >> or going to wendy's grabbing a cup of chillichili. >> that's a good option. that will keep you satisfied. you're getting veggies,
antioxidants. you're got getting the bun. the side potato delicious whole food there. skip sour cream and butter. side salad like mcd's. >> this is a cheap option too. are these still on the dollar menu? >> i don't know about that. their 170 calories. >> we can show carrie is not stopping fast food. >> exactly. i'm bringing healthy snacks which is the best option. >> are these found in the united states anywhere? >> i'm not sure if they're on main highways when traveling. you have to look hard. >> great to see you. >> great to see you. 29 minutes after the hour, here's what's coming up. warning to all beach goers. another person attacked by a shark. the sixth this month on the same coast. what does this mean? we'll talk to a shark expert
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welcome back. we've got a fox news alert. north carolina beach goers gripped in fear as yet another teenager attacked by a shark, a day and 20 miles from another shark attack in the state. >> there's been several just this month. why is this happening? george burgess joins us on the phone. thanks for joining us. we see these series of attacks. can we say there's a pattern forming here? >> caller: there's a pattern that's there's more instances in a short period of time. now we have to beg the question why. more than likely the early onset
of warm water temperatures are coming in to play in part which of course means more sharks coming into the area at an earlier time period. it also may mean there's more in the water because when it gets warm we all go to the beach. >> more what in the water? >> we want to go in the water when it's hot. >> what can we do to keep from getting bit? >> there are things to minimize the risk. obviously you touched on one. stay away from where fish are found. if you see people fishing on the beach, there's a fishing pier if there's sea birds diving. those are indications there's
fish out there. avoid those places and times. stick together in groups. sharks tend to go after solitaire prey items. stick out of the water in particular in the time period between dusk and dawn times when sharks are most active and feeding. >> side from the water temperatures being warmer and more humans getting in the water, this is wild. ocean i know there's a lot of sea turtles in that area. i'm from that area, covered news in that area. some say there's a theory about sea turtles. what's this? >> caller: this is the sea turtle nesting time period in north carolina and all the way down through florida. the turtles come out of the
water to lay their eggs in the sand above the high water mark. usually coming out in late afternoon early evening. those are the time periods we need to be careful especially. big sharks will often times follow these sea turtles and eat them. this time of year it's important for us to be extra careful considering these animals might be closer than usual. >> we'll get you out of here on this george. how can we be more careful? this is a busy beach time now. >> it is a busy busy beach time. you know if there was a simple answer it would have been done i guess. the main thing is we're the animals with the brains. they're the animals with the teeth. it comes upon us to make modification. you know the simplest and most
important thing to be done is be much more careful collectively those that go into the water and also the lifeguard. beach safety has to double down on efforts to provide extra attention for clients. >> make sense. thanks george. >> thanks. >> good to be with you. >> you hope people don't stay away from beaches. people depend on tourism dollars every year. >> it's things like don't wear your seal costume in the water. >> why didn't he say that? a bonny and clyde couple in idaho wanted in three states. they're accused of tying up a worker at a north california mini mart and taking off with cash. they're want for robberies in oregon and idaho. they're armed with a knife,
pistol. they're driving a dodge marine pickup truck with otheridaho plates. call 911 immediately if you see them. one ve homes saved. one firefighter going in to grab a flag. it was a gift 50 years ago before pruett left to serve in vietnam. >> the firefighters are brave. >> we were able to retrieve it with damage to it. >> pruett debt ceilingdicated 22 years of his life to the service. and this is about to take flight. nice high five. sequel is in the works years
after it premiered. the movie will be set in present day and focus on drones in the military. somehow that doesn't seem as sexy. >> they're not going to be flying just drones. >> the love story is less complicated when dealingng with drones. standing by from the natural world. >> you're right. >> reporter: from a beautiful guest. two years in a row you've got to visit us. >> yes, i have. >> it's 6:30 in the morning. the you're out here at 6:30 you're going to get on tv. >> my name is julia. i'm from waynesburg pennsylvania. >> welcome again. >> thank you. >> it's a rainy day. look at the weather map. show you going on. that rain is what we have now. rain in motion throughout the day today. a lot of new england dealing with heavy rain throughout the day. temperatures really cool this time of year. down across parts of the southeast -- pardon that -- welcome to new york city.
down across the southeast, showers have moved through. temperatures much much nicer than they were the last few days across the southeast. we're going to be dealing with much improved conditions. in the northern plains severe weather moving in later across the mississippi river valley. back to you inside. thanks for coming from pennsylvania. >> did you say something rick? >> reporter: exactly. coming up here on the show president obama has famously sat with liberal youtube stars. this conservative 12-year-old wants a chance for an interview. >> mr. president today i come with you with a bold yet simple request, a meeting interview. my generation deserves answers. >> youtube star cj pierson joins us live with his message to the president, next. more fallout over the confederate flag. this time from nascar, the
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car was hit. amazingly he was not hurt. tucker anna? >> thanks clayton. one of these internet stars that interviewed president obama, well a 12-year-old rising youtube star wants his turn in the queue. watch this. >> mr. president, today i come to you with a bold yet simple request, a meeting, interview. i want to talk to you about your vision for this nation. my generation deserves answers. and they deserve a future and i will do whatever it takes to fight for the future. >> all right. the white house has yet to respond, but cj pierson's powerful messages and passion for america are making waves. cj joins us now. thanks for being with us. >> hey, thank you for having me tucker and anna. >> some folks have been critical with the president saying he's doing these interviews. even though not the one asking
the questions, he can control the interview. how do you think your questions would tackstack up up compared to the fruit loop lady? >> i feel he deserves to be questioned appropriately. i'm not going to pull back any punches, but i'm going to lay them out and lay out the course i expect them to answer. >> you ought to teach a class to the press core. good for you. what do your parents think of this. >> my parents tell me to fight for what i believe in. i thank them for. that great to have their support. >> do they agree with you? >> they don't being from a separate party. they're going to have to vote republican one day when i run for office. no worries on my part. >> what are your plans for that already in student government at school? >> i am student government. i served as student body president this past year in
middle school. we fought for legislation that would empower young people and engage young people in the political process. we made quite a few waves in georgia. >> people that givens on camera get attacked. that happens. i'm sure you have been attacked. how are you handling it? >> overall, i'm always told if you're not receiving pushback you're not pushing hard enough. when i receive that negative feedback it tells me i'm doing what i'm supposed to be doing, fighting for what i believe in. not everyone will agree with me. some will get offended. if i'm fighting about what i care about, that's all that matters. >> what do you think of hillary clinton? >> she's one of the mostnar say cyst candidates. we'll deal with that when it comes. >> your not a fan. do you like anyone on the
republican side? >> definitely. i'm all in for rand paul. paul represents the future for this party. rand paul has gone to places most republicans have never gone before. going to chicago, connecting with younger voters telling them what conservatism means. people are sick and tired of limited government. his message resinates with so many people on all parties on so many levels. >> cj you're well spoken and know what you want. >> thank you. thank you. >> thanks for joining us. >> pleasure to be here. >> thanks cj. coming up race for 2016 heating up. chris christie about to jump in this coming week. donald trump remains one of the front runner, number two in some polls. what trump said about illegal immigration is next. need extra cash this summer? look no further than your smart phone. curt the cyber guy on deck with apps that will help you earn
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welcome back. talk about a summer slump. new research shows fewer teens are holding down summer jobs. less than 32% of teens earned a paycheck last summer compared to 58% back in 1978. thanks to technology there are some ways to earn some extra cash with your smart phone. kurt the cyber guy is here. >> an extra 5 to 15 minutes, you are going to put some dough in your pocket each day. >> that's it? just oog -- using your smart phone. >> it's not a scam at all. it's by you being recruited.
>> let's start with some apps. let's talk about rewardible. >> this is cool. rewardible app is good on the iphone, as well as android platform. 5 to 15 minute tasks, pay up to $20 a piece. here's a list right here. $3 if i go and check at these various places that cell wine. they want to make sure that the wine is in the place they think it should be. . >> you are checking it confirming that. you are taking a picture, and then you walk out and you say this is what i saw and here's a picture and suddenly ching-ching. you earn yourself $3. >> there's another app called easy shift. >> what this does is it also let's you go price checking around town. easy shift has it -- i put us down in the middle of the country somewhere.
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hi everyone. good morning, friends. it's sunday the 28th of june twink. i'm anna kooiman. closing in. officials say they are hot on escaped killer david sweat's trail and he could be caught within the next 24 hours. >> he's desperate. he's got to be desperate. he certainly doesn't want to go back to jail. >> the sun is coming up. we're live with the breaking details. donald trump heats up the race for the white house with tough talk about our border. >> mexico is killing our country. they are taking your jobs and they are killing you at the border. >> well the elite hate him, how do voters feel?
he's now number two in the polls. more from donald trump in moments. plus ban the flag from the track. nascar ready to make a major move and ban the flag from the infeel of its races. is that a good idea? "fox & friends" starts right now. hey, everybody. >> hey, everybody. >> well, good morning. it's late june. it's sunday and rainy new york city and we're in a good mood despite that. >> we've got a jam-packed show for you. look at this mess. that's what investigators are having to deal with in upstate new york. police searching the woods for escaped killer david sweat in this hour. he's in for tougher times without his friend and accomplice accomplice. we learn new details about richard matt's final moments
before he was shot dead. the whether weather could affect search efforts. what's going on? >> we're learning now that the fugitive's first taste of freedom may have included spoiled food or water because this morning the buffalo news is reporting for the first time that when border patrol agents caught up with richard matt he was suffering ill effects of something bad he ate or drank and on top of that he was drunk, to the point that his body smelled like booze when law enforcement officers caught up with him according to this report. so far the manhunt has still just yielded one of the two fugitive murderers after three full weeks of exhaustive searching but authorities remain upbeat think any minute their fortunes could change. >> we start out every day, today is the day. when i left the house this morning and i got here to the detail i was confident that we're going to catch him today. if that doesn't happen today,
when the night shift comes on they will be as confident. they will get them tonight. and tomorrow morning, if they haven't caught him, i'll come in and say today is the day. >> richard matt elements got p the best of him. authorities are hoping that david sweat is just as vulnerable to mother nature and that this forbidding forecast rain every day until wednesday raises the possibility of the fugitive making an unforced error. back to you. peter doocy in malone new york. it sounds like these guys are eating candy and booze. >> how sustainable is that? they needed something breaking into these cabins all the along the way. interesting though the dogs have not been able to pick up the scent of david sweat. these torrential rains have been
complicating matters as well. >> the brush there is so thick and the ticks and all the flies and just the nastiness and swampy area. rick reichmuth joining us now. they are dealing with some nasty weather. >> yeah. it's kind of a dangerous, rough area no man's land really up close to the canadian border and right near the adirondacks. it's also chilly. 57 degrees doesn't seem that chilly but if you are out there in the weather for a long time it seems cold. we're going to deal with rain throughout the day today. winds are going to be pretty consistent. 10 to 20 miles an hour gusting to 25 miles an hour. a really rough day. it also is a rough day because there's going to be a lot of low
clouds and fog. i will tell you over the next seven days temps climb a little bit, but we remain pretty chilly and we've got rain in the forecast at least through wednesday, maybe some thunderstorms in the area by that time. get into thursday through saturday temps warm up and the rain is going -- gone. >> it could be helping him with all this cloud cover and torrential rain. dogs looking that scent. >> thank you, rick. number 14 he will be the 14th republican to get into the primary race. he is the governor of new jersey chris christie and apparently he's going to be announcing his white house bid on tuesday. saturday he kicked it off with a new website. you are looking at it right there. are you ready, it says? chris christie telling it like it is. that's what he's famous for. >> that's on his home page on the new website he launched yesterday. >> telling it like it is we
talked to frank lunts here yesterday on the show you got a chance to talk about how americans like straight talk. what did frank say as to whether or not that's still lasting a few years later? >> christie's numbers have gone down. they are low. he's 30% in his own state, new jersey he's at 2% in the new fox news poll of republican primary voters. christie is inordinately talented politician. there's the reason he's the most famous of 50 governors. the guy is good at politics. he's low in the polls now. i wouldn't count him out. >> he's an excellent speaker. >> when you say low in the polls. >> low in your own state, that's bad. new jersey is a tough state to govern. peter write-off christie but i wouldn't do that. >> the latest fox news poll has jeb bush at the top 15% and
donald trump in the past week surging to 11% right now in the latest fox news poll and there's another guy who does a lot of straight talk. he's certainly been doing a lot of straight talk on twitter and writing letters to unit i vision. they put up a picture on instagram, seeing some similarities i guess in the hair styles or something. are you kidding me? apparently they ended up taking it down but then uni vision decided they weren't going to air his beauty pagent now trump files suit. >> it's a lobbying group for the mexican government. trump says it. nobody is hated more by the
elites than donald trump. there's something about watching a guy who says what he thinks. >> the comment about trump talking about building a watch and have the mexican government pay for it. >> uni vision broke a contract. i'll be suing them for a fortune. the reason they broke their contract and i have pretty strong opinions because the mexican government did not want me speaking about all these failures. speaking about the border. i have friends that are from mexico but mexico is killing our country. they are taking your jobs. i had a hell of a week because i was really -- >> trump owns some golf courses too so he kicked off some uni vision employees from going to his golf courses. look i'm done. get out. you are not able to play on my
golf course. >> it's pretty easy to make fun of trump and people write him off. if you are a republican primary voter and you are frustrated with the way the country is going and you see a split screen with john boehner and donald trump on the other, who is speaking more directly to you. who is speaking the unvarnished truth to you? it's trump. i'm not surprised. i like listening to a man talk once a while. >> chris christie the same way. let's take a look at that poll if we can one more time. the top three there was jeb bush who is trying to run as an outsider using his executive experience in florida as a governor and trump and carson not career politicians. >> rick santorum will be joining us very shortly on the show and
donald trump will be joining us at 8:00. there he is donald trump. nascar taking up that confederate flag fight. nascar will go as far as they can. they are going to go as far as they can to eliminate confederate flags from all racing events. taking them down from the infield. >> we knew he was backing governor nikki haley about removing it from the statehouse grounds. >> here's what he's if there's more we can do to disassociate ourselves from that flag at our events than we've done then we're going to do it. we're going to be as aggressive as we can as we can to disassociate our selves. >> what they are doing is turning it into a talisman. they are doing a lot for
confederate flag sales. >> yesterday, you saw the woman climbing up the flag pole trying to remove it. she was arrested later for trying -- taking it down. it was taken down temporarily and then it went right back up. >> then we also saw in charleston a guy got fed up with the debate. he says it's about heritage. it's not about hate. he called walmart to do a confederate flag and they wouldn't do it. then he said he asked them to do an isis flag and they did it. walmart apologized. >> if al sharpton is upset about the unemployment rate than he is about the confederate flag. >> the supreme court making a major decision about same-sex marriage some are asking should their lifetime appointments be
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to do it about it? the 2016 presidential candidate joins us live. what should the people members of congress do about this decision? >> i think we have to move through the process of trying to change it and you can do everything from passing laws to pushback on specific things to what i've suggested which one example, for example, is the religious freedom protection act, first amendment protection act to protect people from faith of what will be the consequence of this ruling which will limit their religious freedom in this country. there's no question it's already happening with respect to people of faith trying to live their lives out in disagreement with this court ruling in other states around the country and it will certainly happen as a result of justice kennedy's absurd opinion. so that's number one.
number two, we have to reclaim marriage as an institution that's not about two adults or more than two adults. it's about children. and marriage has always been about children. it's always been about how to create the best environment for the next generation to be raised in a society and we've detached marriage from having and raising children and i think that's the next effort to try to reclaim that. >> senator ted cruz has said the supreme court, maybe perhaps the justices should face retention votes. the idea that these lifetime appointments maybe we should reconsider those. do you agree with that senator? >> i think what ted is trying to get at is a legitimate point is that what the judges have done over the course of now many entered into the political realm and just decided that they are just another branch of the government that can make laws that their job is no longer just to be really judges and try to be referees between the executive and congressional branch and
instead of you know doing their proper limited job, they have decided that they are going to get into the recommend -- realm of politics if they are going to get into the realm of politics why just stop at retention? in pennsylvania we elect all of our judges from the supreme court on down and we recognize and have recognized that there's a political element to the judiciary and that the public ultimately has to have some say in that and so if you are going to -- if you are going to go a half measure which is what ted has done you might as well go a full measure. i'm not sure that's going to change anything. look at the laws in pennsylvania the courts in pennsylvania if you give them this power to legislate, the problem is the power they don't have under the constitution that they are exercising and neither political branch is fighting back and so i would make the argument that the better solution is for -- if you are going to put effort into trying to control the judiciary it's by doing things that limits their
jurisdiction or requires for example, the supreme court to take all appeals, so right now they have the best of both worlds. they can make decisions when ever they want to do but they don't have to get bogged down with any of consequences of their decisions by having other cases come to them. >> you pointed out even as gay marriages become the law of the land heterosexual marriage is collapsing people aren't getting married even when they have children. what specifically can congress do about that? >> i say this out on the campaign trail all the time that the most important power that a president has and obviously i'm running for president, the most important power the president has is the power of the bully pulpit. can you imagine instead of this president spending all his time about global warming if he talked about the importance of fathers and mothers raising their children and promoting marriage not just in the
presidency but in the culture and the business community, but actually have programs that support the idea of marriage and togetherness in order to raise children? that to me is the most important thing we can do is to lift up a marriage as an institution that's important for the survival of our country because too many children are falling through the cracks. you mentioned tucker that half of the children who are born out of wedlock in america are born in houses where the father is living but they are not married, why? because now marriage has nothing to do with children and the more -- now with this decision we've not cemented that. that marriage is not connected to children and therefore you are going to see more children growing up in unmarried homes. >> senator rick santorum joining us live. thanks. >> thank you, tucker. the video is terrifying. it was a dance party at a waterpark but it turned into a couldn't florida rags a ball
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hi friends, good morning. a fox news alert and a desperate search to find a missing kayaker in texas. another man in the kayak with him says he saw him disappear in the rushing water. the man is in his 20s and just became a father in march. overnight, hundreds of people running through flames and for their lives after an explosion rocks a waterpark. the ball of fire igniting in
taiwan after a colorful flammable powder is released into the crowd at a daens party. the powder exploded and engulfed the stage. 500 people hurt. 183 people in the hospital in intensive care. well, americas favorite foul-mouth teddy bear has returned. >> do you consider yourself to be human? >> speculation! >> disregard. >> in my chambers. >> stop badgering the witness. >> all right. we could totally be lawyers. >> joining us is kevin mccarthy. "ted 1" was a surprise hit. is "ted 2" living up to the hype? >> ted 1 by the way made $549
million at the box office for a talking teddy bear film. it was an insane success. it was created by seth mcfarland who voiced stewie on family guy. and the story line they hired a lawyer because ted essentially wants to prove that he is a human being in the court of law. they team up with amanda seyfried. the movie itself very well-done. the problem is the jokes don't hit as hard in the first one. all the best jokes are actually in the movie. the cool thing by the way is how they shoot this. ted is actually voiced by seth mcfarland. he's offset doing the voice live with mark wahlberg live. i give it a 3 out of 5. i sat down with seth mcfarland
who voices ted and i wanted to know if ted could meet stewie from family guy. how would this sound? >> if we ever did a family guy movie that might be something -- that wouldn't being the crux of the movie but it would maybe be a little cameo or something. >> what do you think ted would say to stewie? what would they say to each other? >> am i that short? am i this short? this is very embarrassing. you are me shaved. hopefully i would come up with something funnier if i was getting paid. >> seth mcfarland ted meeting stewie i give it three out of five again. not as funny as the first one. >> so skeptical of the first one but it did so well. up next "max" tell us about this movie. >> this movie surprised me. i wasn't too familiar with all the dogs serving in iraq and afghanistan. the story is a fictional
account. you are dealing with a dog specifically attached to a marine killed in battle and he moves back home to live with the family of the fallen soldier. it is rated pg. it's a little violent for pg movies. it's a very emotional film. i i think it's harder to watch animals get hurt in movies sometimes than it is to watch human beings in movies. it is a wonderful film. the dog carlos who plays max unbelievable he deserves an oscar nomination. >> i'm still upset from bambi. >> me too. and marley and me. >> and old yeller. >> you got to interview -- >> the head trainer for the movie, the five different dogs in the movie. the one we interviewed was more mellow he did a lot of the sleeping scenes. >> he was that sleepy. coming up more in our top story
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hi everyone. a fox news alert. hundreds of police officers are searching in the rain working to catch escaped murderer david sweat. we're hearing more than 1,000 now. >> investigators near the canadian border say his accomplice is dead. sweat is alone, desperate, and certain to make a mistake. >> 1,200 searchers are focusing their efforts on finding sweat. it's just 30 miles from the prison in dannemora. here we have this morning is retired nypd inspector joe cordero. it's been over three weeks. dog scent has gone cold. pouring down rain out here in ew york this morning. what are they up against? >> well, they are up against
very difficult terrain. the area of dense forest terrain. obviously, rain doesn't help. it slows down the search. it makes dogs picking up the scent a lot more challenging. it rickets air -- restricts air mobility in the air search. rain will slow down the search and they are going to hold at that hard perimeter. >> what is that? >> it's a hard perimeter it's a 22-square mile perimeter near the location where they confronted matt. they hold that perimeter and they sweep out or in doing grid searches because of the high probability at least on saturday -- friday that they would confront sweat, they had, i believe, tactical teams doing the actual grid search. >> 22 square miles is just an enormous piece of land. that's huge. 1,500 men sounds like a lot but 22 square miles how long would
it take to do a grid search? >> it would take a while. they are looking for someone who is possibly armed and desperate and poses a great danger to law enforcement. >> what are the rules of engagement? richard matt wouldn't put his hands up and surrender. he had a 22-gauge shotgun as well and what he was behind bars for is for shooting a sheriffs deputy multiple times and running him over with a car while he was still alive. he's not fearful of law enforcement? are they going to kill him or bring him back alive? >> that's going up to sweat. obviously, they will engage him, try to get him to surrender, and if he follows law enforcement instructions i believe they will bring him in, they will try to bring him in alive. they want to talk to this guy. they certainly want to find out what help he had from the inside any from the outside, and law enforcement always
tries, attempts very hard in these very dangerous situations to bring the suspects in alive. >> if he goes back to prison, what would that look like? where would that be held and what sort of portion of the prison would he be held? >> probably solitary confinement for the rest of his time. i think he knows that. going back perhaps for him is not an option. we hope that's not the case. but law enforcement has to be prepared just in case. >> great to see you, joe. 36 minutes after the hour. some other stories making headlines. the horrifying sight in missouri where a plane loses control at an air show. an entire community, including his wife watched on completely stunned. >> she actually was pretty scared of him flying in the first place because she knew the dangers and so this has got to have been just a terrible experience for her now.
i mean i just can't imagine. >> he had been flying for 22 years. he served 23 years in the military. the faa now investigating what went wrong. and is the material girl stealing your tax dollars? ♪ ♪ >> madonna reportedly getting a huge tax break as she builds a 24-acre tree farm in the hamptons but locals say she's not interested in agriculture and wants a buffer for her $5 million mansion. madonna not commenting. the massachusetts supreme court says it's okay to spank your children. parents can no longer be criminally liable for spanking their kids as long as they use, quote, reasonable force. the justices also overturning the conviction of a dad who hit his toddler in 2011. they say spanking is firmly
woven into our nation's social fabric. the 2013 poll found 67% of americas parents spank their children. over to you clayton for picnic time let's have some food hannah. nothing says summer like picnic in the park. our next guest is here with some perfect picnic baskets for every education. joining us is laura williamson. let's start with brunch and we're going to go through a couple of different baskets up here. but the pairing of the different foods and the wine can make for a perfect picnic. what did you bring in the first basket? >> right here we have this wonderful epa sangria, it's a juicy, natural sweetness because it's packed with anti oxidant fruits. all of those easy going plush
flavors accompany aperitif style. >> do you know they made sangria? >> how do you typically serve it? in a glass. >> you can. if you want to bring fruit along and have a vessel to hold the fruit to juice it up if you want. >> this comes with glasses and everything else? >> absolutely. everything comes together very easy for transport simplicity's sake. >> you paired that with tomatoes? >> absolutely. it's easy to skewer those in and get it prepared while you are there. >> with a little basil. i know what i'm eating this morning. how about this? >> next we have this wonderful picnic in the park.
we have to focus on a beautiful youthful chardonnay that pairs with crab salad. it's the number one selling chardonnay from france burgundy specifically it has that ability for flavor profiles to expand or contract. >> this is insulated too. >> it is. it keeps it cool. you don't have to worry about your temperature. it will stay nice and cool and fresh. >> i didn't mention this but it actually allows you to take a small amount out without opening the whole bottle. it's an easy preservation system when you are on the go. it is a picnic to go right here. you've heard bag in the box for wine but this is a bag without a box. it's a little more ecofriendly.
you have this fantastic ar began oil -- argan oil liquid gold these riesling style easy bag in the box from a little touch of sugar. >> those parks or beaches that don't allow glass. >> i prefer all my wine in a bag actually. it's a great way to carry it. the left using the charleston church shooting to ramp up efforts for more gun control. will not be afraid to keep fighting for common sense reform and along with you achieve those on behalf of all who have been lost. >> remember sandy hook? nothing seemed to happen there. does it really work? our next guest says no it
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turn flab into calorie burning fat. imagine that. tucker. >> thanks clayton. it didn't take long after a mass killing at a charleston church for democrats to make new calls for gun control. >> it causes us to shift the issue of gun violence collect ifle. >> i will not be afraid to keep fighting for common sense reform and along with you achieve those on behalf of all who have been lost because of this senseless gun violence in our country. >> do gun control laws really work? we've got 50 years of evidence and the evidence suggests they don't. chicago, for example, some of the strictest gun laws in america but this year there have been more than 900 shootings in that city.
a 29% increase over last year. it's a little weird that in the face of this evidence that gun control doesn't work. you are still hearing renewed calls for gun control. why is that? >> well, whenever ig anything like this happens, people always say take the guns off the streets. carry conceal, the right to own a gun, those people are going to own a gun and have them, the gang bangers don't go out and apply for a license. we had 215 murders, 186 were shot and killed the rest were killed other ways. >> it's interesting here in new york city liberals are calling simultaneously for more gun control and for an end to stop and frisk which was an effort to take illegal guns off the streets. it's a little bit curious. in chicago, do you ever hear elected officials say wait a second we've had strict gun
control for 50 years and we have more murders than ever maybe it's not working. is there any reconsideration of those laws? >> not really but we take more guns off the street in chicago than l.a. and new york combined. l.a. had 183 murders so far this year in stats that i could find. new york has had 154. what we have here is a gang problem that's different than other cities. we have factions. one big gang that's bken in and numerous little factions and they shoot each other. >> interesting. i want to put up for your viewers who aren't from chicago a comparison that's pretty jarring. here are the military casualties in iraq and afghanistan. 6 rk 828. >> and chicago is over 7,000. >> chicago murders, 7,740. you would think there would be a national outcry. this is the president's hometown. almost nobody says anything. why is that? >> people get shot a block away
from the president's house but more importantly we have the president went to south carolina for the tragedy in the baptist church or in the ame church but here just the month of may alone over 40 policemen were killed in this country. over 40. not once did the president mention that. not once did he go to their wakes or funerals not once did he acknowledge them. one woman had a baby a week prior to getting killed. >> unbelievable. maybe taking the confederate flag down from nascar races will help. don't hold your breath. >> yeah, right. donald trump is hot on the campaign trail and rising in the polls. he's now in second place among republican primary voters. what's his secret? mr. trump himself joins us live this hour. did you ever spill your coffee on your pajamas?
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welcome back if you find yourself struggling to get grass stains out of your clothes this summer or thinking you ruined your shirt because you spilled wine all over. nice to see you this morning. >> good to see you, too. >> from your couch, to your favorite shirt. we have it all. >> it's a summer thing. it's almost a cruel joke. it's the season of white pants and it's also the season of chili dogs. >> right. >> right. it doesn't seem fair. >> so let's start with grass stains. >> and it's not just kids. try wearing wedges to a barbecue. the thing about grass stains is it's multidimensional thing.
you have the actual grass, which has plant oil, starches sugars from the grass, and then you have dirt. so you want to call in the big boy. for this particular one, you want to pretreat it before you throw it into the washing machine. let it sit for five minutes or so. and you'll be able to get the grass stain off. >> that's pretreating it with shout. >> exactly. you want to pretreat it. go ahead and leave it on for a few minutes. and again, it's because the stain is multidimensional then you toss it into the washer. >> a multidimensional stain. all right, coffee. >> something that happens to my shirts. can i throw some on here? >> right. who knew actually as you're drinking your coffee you can use your breakfast to clean it up. you start with an egg yolk. i'm going to separate this for you as quickly as i can. egg yolk with a few drops of alcohol, rubbing alcohol.
you mix these together. you apply it right to the stain. let it sit for an hour and launder as usual. then you can make an omelet. >> let's move to stains. >> right. >> you're going on the pizza run. you panic. everybody panics. if you're wearing the garment, put baby powder all over it. that will keep it from actually spreading and running more. then when you get home what you do is you start with the dish detergent. the thing about dish te ter gent the formulas help to eliminate grease. in the same way toss dish detergent on it. let it sit. if it's a thicker fabric. you want to work from the inside of the fabric outside. so you're pushing it out and not further in. then you want to finish it with a vinegar rinse to get rid of the detergent. then you throw it in the laundry. >> we have to come down here to wine. so i'm going to spill a little.
>> on white, right? >> it's a disaster. >> so the first thing you do blot away the excess. right? then you come in with some club soda. and the thing about club soda usually people put it on a rag. that's not going to help. you need some of the agitation from the bubbles in order to lift up the stain. >> it's already coming out. >> look at that. and then you put a generous generous amount of salt on top of it. >> salt? >> salt. let it sit for an hour and the salt will absorb the wine and the club soda. >> i can do a alcohol show on this. getting the stain out. would you watch it? >> i would watch it. >> thanks so much. >> you got it. >> coming up on the show donald trump takes on the battleground state of iowa talking tough on immigration. his new polls show he's gaining steam. what is his secret? we're going to talk to him live in minutes. don't miss the donald. plus he missed his prom to
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hey, everybody. good morning today. it's sunday the 28th of june 2015. hot on his heels. officials closing in on david sweat, saying he's getting desperate. >> i can tell you with fairly good confidence in 24 48 hours there's going to be a break in this case. >> we're live on the ground where the breaking details. >> and donald trump gaining momentum in the polls big time as he tells it like it is. >> we're taking these jobs and they're killing you at the border. >> whoa the elites are enranged. but donald trump is resonating
with the voters. and he joins us live straight ahead. >> nascar waving the checkered flag at the confederate flag. is this a good idea? we'll debate it. fox and friends hour three begins right now. ♪ >> country music and camping on the plaza. it's national camping month. we have boy scouts here. plan fun games. >> and we have some rvs outside, too. you got to camp in style. in the the june and about to be july. and that means you should get outside. we're going to show you how to do it in style. good morning, everyone.
welcome to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. boy, we have a jam packed show for you on this hour. let's begin with a fox news alert. >> running in the the rain. closing in on murder david sweat. hoping bad weather will force the fugitive to make a mistake. >> sweat has been hiding out for more than three weeks now. searchers say he's at a disadvantage now that his accomplice was shot dead on friday. >> peter doocy is live in new york as police try to bring this man hunt to an end. >> reporter: good morning. it's pouring here. that means a long sunday ahead for the 1200 searchers on this 22-mile search area and it means potentially a long few days ahead for all of them as they try to find wanted fugitive david sweat. there is a hope that the bad weather may cause an unforced
error. >> there's more rough weather coming in for the next three or four days. i can't believe that he's get getting a lot of sleep. he's grabbing food wherever he can. there aren't a lot of abandoned camps in the perimeter where he's in now. if he's in there, you know he's in for some rough times. >> we're also learning the first taste of freedom may have featured bad food and water or alcohol. richard matt was sick and drunk when border patrol agents caught up with him because he refused to surrender and had the 20-gauge shotgun nearby him. it also appeared to people familiar with the case that the elements were starting to really affect richard matt. now look at the elements today on now day 22 of the search. so if david sweat is outside somewhere, the hope is he will be so affected he will slip up and he will be caught. back to you. >> 22 mile. peter doocy.
right here in the canadian border. we're talking about how dichlt it is to track the dogs. >> it's probably a mixed bag. don'ts don't get the scent. he's having a harder time dealing with the elements as well. weather has been really bad across the area as peter was saying. very heavy rain across the area right at this point. and temperatures are really chilly. this rain has been a slow mover. we're going to deal with it pretty much most of the day today. tomorrow less changs of rain. temperatures climb up a little bit. we keep them in the forecast through wednesday and then dry things out at the end of the week. towards the end of the week, weather conditions are better for searching. weather conditions better for him, better for dogs. mixed bag situation. >> we're just worried about law
enforcement. >> and they can't get the helicopters up because of the weather, too. >> thanks so much. onto other stories making headlines. a scare just minutes before takeoff. dozens of people smelling smoke before boarding the flout. the the plane was still at the gate in houston, so the captain evacuated all 81 passengers on board. they were rebooked and the plane was taken out of service. it's not clear what caused the smell. and beachgoers gripped in fear after yet another shark attack on the coast of the carolinas. a 17-year-old critically hurt air lifted to a hospital after a shark bit him 20 feet from the shore and north carolina. and this month alone there have been seven shark attacks in north carolina. we spoke to george burgess about the dangerous pattern. >> more than likely the early
onset of warm temperatures are coming into play. it also may mean more humans are in the wearlt because of course when it gets warm we all want to go to the beach and go into the water. >> burgess suggesting stay away from piers where people are swimminging and fishing in groups. and nascar is trying to distance itself from the confederate flag. chairman brian france calling it quote, an insensitive symbol and wants it banned al at all races. just a few days ago, nascar says it will not ban fans for bringing them but it will go as far as it can to eliminate the flags from their events. >> he is not the favorite of those in power in washington and new york. he's climbing quickly in the polls. he's now number two in republican voters. he is donald trump and joins us by phone from the campaign trail. you there? >> good morning. >> congratulations.
your numbers are much higher, i think, than most people excludeing you, i'm sure ever expected. what do you attribute that to? >> well, we're getting great crowds tucker. it's amazing. we left iowa. last night we had a packed house and standing ovations because i talk about the subjects. i talk about trade how we're getting ripped off. our jobs. it's going to china. it's going to mexico. japan is back in a big way. they just devalued the yen. they are really doing numbers. everybody is doing a number. there's no country that doesn't do a number on us because we are not smart. we don't use our proper negotiators, and we don't have the right leadership. so we're getting ripped apart, and people see that. we recently had a problem with univision. they're very unhappy because i'm talking about we need a strong border.
and they're unhappy i'm talking about trade and how mexico is ripping us on trade. their leaders, i have great relationships with mexico. i love the mexican people. their leaders are much stronger than ours and they're taking advantage of us very very soundly. people hear that and it resonates. >> and you threatened to sue uni vision because they canceled the sound track. here's the photo with you and the mass murder down in charleston. and they didn't agree with your comments about mexicans. where does this stand right now? >> well i will be suing them. i have a very binding contract. i'm very good at contracts. believe me. and i have a binding contract. it's for a lot of money for miss usa and miss universe. the contract was signed in january. it's 100%. it's close to $15 million. and they called me and apologetically said oh gee, we're sorry, we're sorry. but we don't know. we will pay you whatever you
want. it's nothing to do with many pun. and i think they're doing the work of the mexican government. the mexican government does not like -- and not even the border. they do not like me going around talking about the fact that the united states is getting ripped off with trade. you know ford is building a $2.5 billion plant in mexico. they'll make cars selling to the united states. tennessee just lost a big plant. it went to mexico. i'll tell you what mexico is going to be the new china. i go around talking about this because it's a problem. we're losing more jobs. and mexico doesn't like it. yun univision, i think is doing the talking. i will win that lawsuit. i will win that lawsuit so easy. but again, you know what they did, putting me up with that horrible person the picture. and they took it down. they apologized to me by the way. i don't know if you know that. but i didn't accept their apology. >> you were certainly a
polarizing figure donald. >> i've never heard that before. >> i'm sure. but people love you because you say what a lot of people are thinking and you're known for tough talk. so is governor chris christie of new jersey. he launched an internet campaign on saturday launching the campaign expected on tuesday. what do you think about him being number 14 coming on gop side? >> well i like him. a friend of mine. i think he missed his opportunity. i tried to get him to run four years ago. i think he would have done well. but it's a tough one for him. he's a good guy. he's somebody i really like. i think it's tough for chris right now. >> so the national republican party does not like you. that's a generalization. maybe a slight overstatement. but a lot of people think you're inconvenient. you're throwing attention away from people they feel to be real candidates. when was the last time you talked to someone in a high level in the republican party in washington, and what are your relations like with them? >> well you know they were great until i decided to run.
they love me as a contributor. they really love me. i was their bufrl boy as a contributor. but now that i'm running and have immediately gone up high in the polls, but i'm not surprised. i speak the right issues. this is an election based on confidence. people are all talk. they're no action. nobody as an example f the politician had this situation with univision, they would have never done what i did. they would have meetly stopped talking about mexico how mexico is ripping us off on trade. how the the illegals are pouring in. you know it's a different world. so i think people are tired of it now tucker and i think that's why it's resonating. and i don't understand how bush is number one. can you imagine bush negotiating against china? frankly, we don't need another bush. >> why would bush not be effective in negotiating with china? >> i don't think he's a negotiator. hep couldn't give you answer
answer when you asked is iraq good or bad? >> i think he misunderstood the question though. >> well he might have misunderstood it. he didn't misunderstood it for five days. it was given to him five ways. it wasn't complicated. the fact is that i think people are tired of incompetent politicians. and that's why i'm doing well. i will say this. if i win. if i become president, this country will have jobs. it will be back to work. we'll be manufacturing again. we're going to take a lot from china and at the same time have a good relationship with china. we don't have good relationships with mexico and china, et cetera et cetera. we'll be put back to work. this country will do very well. we have tremendous potential. we just have bad leadership. >> and we're going to get your take on the supreme court decision, of course. perhaps the bigger story in the country. your thoughts on the supreme court. a lot of republican counterparts
running in the 2016 race thought it was a huge overreach by the judiciary judiciary. your take? >> it was a huge overreach. but the politicians have been whittling away. it was an overrace. this is a bad week in terms of republicans and conservatives. and then you had the obamacare decision also with justice roberts. who is really somebody that used to work with jeb. and jeb was pushing very hard to his brother. and he's the one that's white. two years alaska he approved it. that would have killed it totally. and then he did it again this week. so it was a bad week in terms of conservative republicans having to do with the supreme court. but you know the obamacare situation should never have happened. most people wanted states to make their own decision. >> donald trump, fresh off a trip to iowa. thanks for joining us as always.
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>> welcome back. donald trump moments ago on the show explaining why he's surginging in the show. chris wallace, nice to see you this morning. >> good to be with you guys. >> so what do you make of the donald's reaction to his jump in the poll numbers? he's fresh off a trip to iowa. >> well he has gotten a jump in the polls, and i think a lot of people i have to say myself is included surprised he's now number two at 11%. one of only three people in double digits. i have to say, we should be a little bit cautious about this because we have seen a trend
during this election cycle that right after somebody announces that they do get a bump in the polls. marco rubio was in first place after he anounszed. two announced. true of others as well. i think the key will be to see the staying power. even if trump drops in the polls, he still has the ability to define the conversation a little bit. that has to be driving the people who run the republican party completely bonn lyly bonkers. is it not? >> well he has the ability to get attention. there's no question about it. but i don't know that he affects what jeb bush or scott walker or marco rubio is saying. i think they're ignoring him and viewing it as a side show. that may be smart or foolish. >> the top three though all running as outsiders. even jeb bush even though he's a bush and it's a family name would make him an insider rather
than an outside. er. trying to run on his executive experience. then you have donald trump and ben carson. does that tell you that just americans, republicans in particular are fed up with washington and they want somebody from the outside? >> absolutely. nobody is going to run as a washington insider. even those in the senate like rubio and cruise. nobody likes washington. everybody thinks the the answer that they are part of the problem, not the solution. and in fairness to jeb bush you know i o know he's got the bush name. but in fact he's never served in washington. he's been a two-term governor of florida with very conservative policies. so my guess is as people get to know him better he'll be seen less as bush and more as jeb. like him or dislike him. but i suspect he will fail or succeed on the basis of his record not his brother or his
dad. >> what do you have coming up on the show today? >> well packed show. first we're going to talk about the terrible terror attacks. three continents in a couple of hours on friday. it's being called bloody friday. more than 60 people killed. then we're going to be discussing the iran nuclear talks because we're now in the final stage of talks. it's either going to happen now or it's not going to happen. we'll talk with former cia director michael hayden. and finally on the big supreme court ruling on same-sex marriage we're going to talk to ted olson, one of the top leading conservatives in the country. he won bush v gore. but he's been a strong advocate for same-sex marriage. we'll talk to him about that. >> fox news sunday starting very soon. >> you bet. >> coming up here he missed the prom to proudly serve his country. but his dream just came true
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welcome back. we've got quick headlines for you. caught on camera this morning. gunfire erupts during a gay pride event in san francisco. not exactly clear what that was about. the end result a 64-year-old man shot in the arm. he's now in stable condition. police say the shooting was sparked by an argument that had nothing at all to do with the event. and bandits strike at the seattle airport. you can see the thieves stealing suitcases off the baggage claim.
police hoping to track them down. nine people very caught swiping bags. they have an enormous amount of dirty clothing. >> the editor of a newspaper. remember we told you a story yesterday, the newspaper in pennsylvania. the name of it eludes me at the moment. >> penn live in pennsylvania. >> they decided to center their op ed pages. releasing the original comments from the pages. he said the pate trot news will limit op-eds and editors in opposition to same-sex marriage. these unions are now the law of the land and we will not publish such opinion pieces anymore than we would publish those that are racist sexist or anti-semitic. he's the editor of the editorial pages. the opinion editor. in other words, if you disagree with the ruling which by the way was just hours old when the
commandments came down you're a cook. and individuals, not just corporate with gun rights don't they they banned anti op-eds from this editorial page. >> well they're retreating a little bit this morning. he is walking us back. >> he's going to be on the the show later. no one in the pay trolttriot news is an opponent of the first amendment. i fully recognize people of good will will disagree with friday's high court ruling. they're protecting by the very same first amendment that allowed me to stick my foot in my mouth on friday. they are and always will be welcomeded in the pages. >> the first amendment has no bearing on the question because you don't have awe first amendment right. it's whether they are allowing a free and rigorous debate on the subject. and they're not.
>> he does say he hopes the way gay marriage is viewed now is it will not be gay marriage. it will be marriage as many gay rights activists say as well. and the way it was seen 50 years ago, is very different now, and he hopes the same will happen. >> sure he does. but the way people arrive at conclusions is through talking them through and debating them. that's not what is happening here. it's shut up and accept it. and if you don't, you're a bigot. >> john will be on the show and we'll ask him these very questions. there he is. again, he did, not change his position but he's saying everybody should be able to have an opinion. >> more on that coming up plus this. he missed his prom to proudly serve our country. but this veteran's dream just came true. seven decades later. these two love birds live next. plus the boy scouts are
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>> but 66 years later, this 89-year-old veteran and his wife got the chance to make up for it in a big way. he was crowned prom queen and his wife lavern was made part of his court. good morning. and you're still holding hands. >> good morning. your watched your kids and grand kids go to prom. what were you thinking? why didn't i ever get to do this? what was going through your mind and what made you decide to go this year finally? >> i'll let you answer. >> we belong to a senior club. each year they have a prom for us. and each senior center elects their own king and queen. and we were invited to this prom. so it was a black tie affair. so ralph got his black tie on
and i put on my dress, and we went with our other people from the prom. there were five other ladies with us. >> from the center. >> and we went into this beautiful hall that was all decorated with the black ties and all were dressed up very much. much. >> ralph, i want to is you what the secret is to a long marriage. you said i'm going to let her answer first. is that the secret? >> it's always yes, dear. >> that works. why did you miss your prom the first time?
>> because i was in world war ii. 17 years old. had to quit high school. then when i got out in 1946 i took my ged, and i got my diploma and was going to another prom but i was called back for korea. so i missed that one. then i was discharged. then i had to get a job. which i did. i got on the milwaukee police department. i retired at 52 and came to florida. and from there, in 1996 we came here to riverview, florida, where hi two sons were, and we work it out that we could go to a senior place and build ourself up.
so we've never gone to other proms. we were volunteers at the va hospital. that's the majority of the time we spent. my wife spent 40 years. i spent 30 years. we were taking care of the veterans. >> oh shoot. >> we just lost our satellite. we were out of time anyway. but so touching to see them tell us our storiment getting to go to the prom after 66 years. >> can you imagine coming home getting your life in order, getting a job and krouryou're called in again from korea. >> i wanted to ask him the best part of the night. buying the dress, gets to dance with the dj. getting a smooch at the end of the night? is. >> i wonder if they had a curfew. >> they were already home. >> right. our thanks to them and we're
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group posted a job on facebook that paid $12.50 an hour. someone jokingly asked him about the pay raise. it sparked a lot of outrage so far. no comment from working america. 37 minutes after the hour. we'll hand it to rick with a look at the weather. >> we have so much going on including all the rain from the northeast. take a look at the happens. there's your severe weather threat today. that missouri river valley. mississippi river valley area. up across the northeast, we're still dealing with rainshowers. very heavy in new england and a chillier day. only 69 in hartford. 63 in erie p.a. across the southeast it's very nice after the hot and humid conditions. we'll have a much nicer week in store after the the front moved
through. now across the west it is hot again. triple digits all the way across the far northern rockies. tucker and clayton, over to you. >> it's national camping month. and there are more than 16,000 campgrounds across the united states. how can you camp in style? >> you really ought to ask richard, president of -- rving and master camper. so you have all kinds of access accessory to make camping more fun. >> you see the campground. 22 million people are going camping in the united states. some will go tent camping. everybody has similar kinds of equipment. >> it's a rocking chair. >> some of them rock and some of them don't. also everybody has their
coleman coolers. you have to take a coleman cooler. >> oh, this, now this is important. >> a water bottle. i use these fishing. these are amazing. >> if you go away from camp you want to take these with you. you can stick this in puddle and start sucking. >> you can stick it in a puddle. >> i do it all the time. >> pretty neat. let's take it up a notch. >> show me how we get in gear. >> through the door, probably. >> all right. what do we have in here richard? >> all right, this is a forest river rockwood. this comes down. so it all folds in and comes down. easy. very easy. you have a queen-sized bed right here. okay. then if you open up this here's your microwave. >> no. no. this isn't really roughing it.
>> there's the bathroom. and shower combination there. this is where you gather the kids around and eat. this also folds down into a bed. you can see eight people in them. notice the stove, you have an oven. >> this is the rock wood. >> translator: let's go over here. tucker is standing by. this is the the airstream. >> obviously an american classic. >> how much does this cost? >> this is in the $40,000 range. now the last one that we are in $6,000 to $12,000. >> where can you park these
overnight? walmart still allows it. >> how much does it cost to park? >> typically anywhere from 20 to 50 bucks. depends. >> this is amazingly spacious lavatory and shower. >> same thing. air-conditioning here's your stove. so they are basically to go in. so if you want out of the rain this is the stuff you get. cool on the outside. remember to gorving.com for more information. information. >> tlaung. >> i think this is your kind of camping. >> yeah glamping. not camping. >> 41 minutes after the hour. pope francis turning heads
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>> that's it. he's decided he's not going to have everything he said vetted by an office, a department. which is traditionally what happened with popes so they don't make a confusing mistake. pope francis decided to speak directly to the people. it's not a revolutionary change in doctrine. he's saying if somebody is in a marriage and there's physical abuse, that's a clear cut case right? get out. somebody comes to me and says what do i do? i say separate. get safe. the kids are in danger. get safe. emotional abuse to an extreme point can also be that situation. so he's saying just very down to earth, practical stuff. >> but he uses the term separation. >> sometimes if a couple is separated, let's say. separation is never a good thing
when there's a marriage, right? is but sometimes it's necessary. then there would be a next step. you say yes, it's permissible, but sometimes it's necessary in the prakt cam world we live? >> let's talk about the big story this week. the same-sex marriage decision in the supreme court here in the united states. >> well it is tragic i think, from a social legal perspective. but i see it very simply. what is legal is not necessarily moral. so society changes with time. so i find great comfort in the fact that we all have to figure out the right thing. we have to find that in the bible.
but it doesn't mean everything is going to hell in a basket. things change and truth remains the same. >> is there any way this could be good for christian marriage, right? rather than just having a christian marriage will they really try to live up to that? >> now i think there's great confusion. i as a priest or pastor actually o fish i can'ts of the states in the united states of america. when i sign a marriage license, that's enough for the state. i think we have to separate it because it's confusing. what you do in court is one thing. it doesn't mean you're married in the eyes of god. >> so why should the government issue licenses for something that takes place -- >> you need a legal thing in terms of separation of goods and making sure people are
protected. but i think it's dangerous when the church becomes officiants of the states. >> i'm confused. up next ban the flag from the track. nascar ready to make a major move and ban the confederate flag from the infield, telling fans leave it at home. and want an extra 40 bucks in your pocket? wash your clothes in cold water. how to make the most out of your appliances to save big. there's something out there. it's a highly contagious disease. it can be especially serious- even fatal to infants. unfortunately, many people who spread it may not know they have it. it's called whooping cough. and the cdc recommends everyone, including those around babies, make sure their whooping cough vaccination is up to date.
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>> a little spring cleaning. take the vacuum. or if you have an event system vacuum them out. >> next up let's go to the dishwasher. i just put everything in there. i just chuck it all in there. >> that's okay. that's what we want to see happen. you want to fill the dishwasher 100%. they don't want you to prefill your dishwashers anymore. they will send in what it needs. but if you have a currently older unit the two biggest things you want to do is clean off this every month. wipe this down. and then there's a trap in the bottom of your appliance. that allows the food together. you want to clean that out. >> especially if you throw everything in there. >> especially if you're throwing it all in. >> what about the oven? >> one of the biggest things is everybody uses the wrong size pot. they'll use a smaller pot on a bigger range size. and it's going to cook at a higher expanse.
and you want to clean. it's electric. clean off the top consistently. and once a month, you should clean out inned the range. >> if we do all this what do we save? >> this will save you $45 annually. >> let's move to washers and driers. you want to use a full load on cold water. you're going to save 3400 gallons a year in water. that's a big savings. >> can we throw the comforters in there? this is a large washing machine. you could. the other ones are a little bit smaller. >> a programmable thermostat. this is unique. this learns from how you like the temperature. if you want it hot certain
times. it's going to learn. this can save you $188 a year by learning how you like the temperature. >> tom wolf from home depot saving us some cash. and a fox news alert. brand new video just in. the rain not stopping a man hunt for a murder. police hot on the trail with david sweat. will his desperation cause him to make a mistake. we're live on the grounds top of the hour. mpltsz and then should parents be able to punish their kids by spanking them? a court just ruled yes. do you agree? we want your e-mails and tweets. we'll read them.
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closer to capture. officials hot on david sweat's trail saying he could be caught within hours. >> he's got to be desperate. he doesn't want to go back to jail. >> we're live on the ground with the breaking details. and republican presidential candidates responding to the supreme court's gay ruling marriage. rick santorum speaking out a short time ago on this. >> we have to reclaim marriage as an institution not about two adults or more than two adults. it's about children. >> how are the other 13 candidates going to respond to the ruling? we'll tell you coming um. plus banned flag from the track. nascar racing to ban the confederate flag from the nascar infield at the races. your e-mails pouring in on this one. "fox & friends" hour four starts
now. ♪ >> folks are out enjoying roasting on the plaza because it's national camping month. clayton and tucker we're going glamping. glamorous camping. camping in style with the hottest rvs. >> color me skeptical. but i'm open minded. >> and it doesn't have to be expensive. just add two seat cushions and it takes it up a notch. >> if you're not filthy. >> we're using dry shampoo. that's the only thing we're talking about here. >> you have a rauf day. you're out hiking or fishinging and come back and you have a nice bed to relax in. it's relaxing. a little touch of home.
>> i'm 6'2" so we'll see if they can hold us. >> we need to get to this. we have a fox news alert. catching a killer in the rain. u police are closing in on david sweat. >> now searchers believe he's gets desperate after his accomplice was shot and killed by police. >> peter is live in new york. are law enforcement convinced that he's still in the area? he hasn't gone far away? >> that is what they're telling us tucker. they sure think he's in this 22-square mile search area. excuse me. but it has been pouring all night. it's not a great day to be outside if you're a fugitive of one of 1200 law enforcement officers out there looking for him. despite a positive outlook from up the hill at the police command post.
>> we start out every day, today is the day. i was confident that we're going to catch him today. if that doesn't happen today when the night shift comes on tonight. they're going to be just as confident. they're going to get him tonight. when i come back tomorrow morning, then i will tell you tomorrow morning, today is the day. >> we're also learning the fugitive's first taste of freedom may have included spoiled food or water. buffalo news says he was suffering ill effects of something bad he ate or drank and he was so drunk his body smelled like booze when law enforcement officers got close enough to him after he had been neutralized. that body has been sent to the state capitol in albany for an autopsy thank you in the big city. >> drunk, wet and in the woods. what a way to die. peter, thanks.
>> thanks peter. >> donlds trump, if you missed it then you missed a lot on our show just a short time ago. ef he was just fresh off a trip to iowa where he was campaigning for his presidency bid. >> after he made comments about building the wall to block the border and making the mexican government pay for it a univision executive saying he wasn't going to play the pageant. >> we have a picture to show you where they compared donald trump to dylann roof the mass murder in charleston south carolina. they sense removeded the picture and apologized for it. >> he says he's not taking the apology. >> still a news network. but that's not the only trouble he has gotten into recently. he has rocky relationships with
the people who run the republican party washington. they're not impressed by his run for the presidency. they love me as a kriblt tor. they really loved me. now that i'm running and immediately gone up in the poll. i speak the right issues. this is going to be an election based out of confidence. people are tired of incompetent politicians. they're all talk. they're all action. nobody as an example, if a politician had the situation with univision, they would have never done what i did. i think he has 11% in the fox news poll up against jeb bush at the top there. >> well what is so interesting is i don't know many people who think he's going to get the nomination. who knows? but two things. he has taken the issue he's
interested in trade, that no one else is talking about and pushed it to the the center of the conversation. and two, the threat that he could go rogue and run third party. ross pero did and completely defined the election. the republicans don't want that. they can't be too mean to him, because he could do that. you just read my mind. he's been butting heads with the head of the gop. and if he decided to break free and just run as an independent candidate. why wouldn't he do that? >> he could sell finances. that's got to be it is in fact in the back of the minds of the republican party in washington. they don't want that. that would make hillary clinton president. >> yeah. ft. >> no doubt about it. >> the field is so wide and somebody stealing that much attention. and we saw rick santorum polling at 3% in the brand new fox news poll. we had him on the program as well. many are weighing in on the
supreme court's decision to make gay marriage legal in all 50 states. states. >> mirj is about children. it's about tow to create the the best environment for the next generation to be raised in a society. and we detached marriage from having and raising children. >> i have to say, leaving aside the question of gay marriage i'm so struck by the people going out about the children. protecting the children. never seen anything about the fact that 40 pblgt of american kids are born out of wedlock. that's the single biggest threat to their well being. somehow you can't bring that up. people who claim to care about children should be very upset about that. >> and youth unemployment no discussion. >> the highest ever measure that had i'm aware of. what's the solution?
take down the the confederate flag from nascar races. >> so rick santorum at 3% in the fox news poll. he put up a website. a website that yesterday was video there. we'll see from him. he's at 2% in the latest fox news poll. 14 people could be in the race after chris christie announces on tuesday. other stories making headlines. beach goers on edge after another shark attack in north carolina. 17-year-old in the hospital right now. he had to be air lifted to a hospital after a shark bit him just 20 feet from the shore and north carolina. this month alone there have been seven shark attacks in the carolinas. coming up at 9:35 we'll hear from a shark expert about the dangerous pattern and how you can stay safe in the water. two firefighters are
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our objective is clear. we will ultimately destroy isis. >> the united states will degrade and ultimately destroy the terrorist group known as i i isil. >> we are united in our goal to degrade and ultimately destroy isil. >> despite the bold statements for president obama, it's been one year since isis declared caliphate. so where are we in our effort? joining us now is fox news military analyst. nice to see you this morning general. the it's been one year. it's hard to believe that we're talking about this. it seems like they are more powerful than ever. three simultaneous attacks in a very bloody week. are we doing our job to degrade
them? >> we're not close, clayton. it's really sad to report. the facts are these. in syria, isis has expanded dramatically. they now own a swath of territory. and iran lost ukraine and regained ramadi. they owned the same amount of territory they initially did. and obviously they have expanded this year into egyptian libya, yemen, saudi arabia and afghanistan. and they have a worldwide following where people are willing to kill their own citizens at home in the name of isis. they're the new face of radical islamists. their strategy is working and ours is not. >> and what do you make of the fact that now they're considered more powerful than al qaeda. did you ever think we would be saying that? >> no i'm surprised by the speed at which this organization has grown, and frankly, the imagination that their leaders
have. it's barbaric. and fanatical and brutal and ruthless that they are. they do have competent leaders that know military organizations and how to grow an organization and they have done that. >> boy, you certainly know military organization and the battle of course being one of the main architects of the surge in iraq general. is that what we need? a surge against isis? >> well isis is at war with the united states and our allies. but i don't believe we are. i don't think the congress is is and certainly not the american people. so we have to make up our mind that we go want to accomplish what the president said and then put the resources behind that. i'm not talking about u.s. military forces on the ground fighting like we did in iraq and afghanistan. i am talking about supporting the kurds and the sunni army. with the resources they truly
need and then developing a plan with our allies to stop the expansion of isis and to do something about the expansion where it is. and we have no plans to do anything about syria. >> do you see a comparison to the 1930s in this world? >> yeah very much so. the 1930s with naziism and other extremist ideology it grew very rapidly, and the people at the time the policymakers were worn down by world war i and horrific casualties. they didn't have the will or moral courage to deal with the growth and expansion. and the most catastrophic event in world war ii took place. we're looking isis in the face right now. and it's growing, and we also do not have the will and the moral courage to stand up to this the way it should. and it's going to continue to expand and people unfortunately, are going to tragically die by the thousands until we finally find that will
and make that commitment. >> troubling. i think we're heading to pa world war iii. >> no i don't think the casualties will be at that level. but i do believe that the comparison is similar in terms of the ideology and the way people are ugh willing to deal with something they knew was evil and had to be stopped. >> always great to see you. it's good talking to you. stop the presses. a newspaper editor says he will sensor opinion pieces that oppose gay marriage. he compared those beliefs to being anti-semitic. does he sthand by the the comment? this morning the editor is going to join us live to talk about it. should parents punish their kids by spanking them? what a court just ruled.
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one pennsylvania newspaper said it was going to limit op-ed that opposed the decision. here was the ruling. quote, the penn live and patriot news will no longer accept nor will it print op-eds and letters to the editor in opposition to same-sex marriage. this isn't hard. you wouldn't print racist sexist or anti-semitic letters. to that we add homophobic ones. pretty simple. they have revised the policy but does it limit free speeches in an insul to readers? john thanks for joining us this morning. >> tucker good morning. thanks for having me.
>> so you made it pretty clear. you consider them bigo the, s. you don't think they ought to be able to express the views because they're illegitimate. that was clear. >> no not at all. what we were trying to do is to create a space for civil discussion in the thepages of penn live while allowing reasonable and intelligent debate on the issue. i fully recognize that people of good will and deeply held conviction are going to differ with the high court on this decision but our intent i think, and we may have missed this was to create a space for civil discussion. >> civil discussion, really? what's civil about describing people who disagree with you as bigots comparing them to racist? >> that's the opposite as civil. >> i think there might be a context problem there. i was trying to create a space between people of good will and intelligence who want to debate the issue, and those who may come at it -- >> hold on. you're a writer.
you write for a living. you use language in your job. why wouldn't you have said that? >> actually i did. the second half of what you're referring to is a tweet i had on the discussion i had on twitter later in the day on friday. the first half was correct. that was a statement that originally ran on penn live. it's been moderated since. it's been moderated further on the sunday page today. >> it's pretty obvious you agree with the decision. pretty excited about it. and people who disagree are by definition illegitimate. i wonder if you took the same position when the supreme court handed down the second amendment as an individual right. did you say anybody who disagrees can't appear on my pages? >> i didn't have the job back then so i can't speak to it. >> as you look at newspaper editorial pages and the
declining reader ship of them. people say because the people who run them are elitists. they have contempt for me if i disagree. haven't you given them evidence at's true? >> i have a great many friends across the political spectrum who i talk to in the wake of writing these opinions whom i respect. >> again, an error in judgment and phrasing in the way we phrased it. the policy of pen law, and i can say it for the the record. we will accept any and all views on gay marriage and the high courts decision. we want to stay away from invective. we wouldn't have published that on thursday anymore than we would have published it on friday. we trying to create space for discussion about this recognizing there will be a disagreement. >> i thought your first statement was crystal clear. i think it's clear you have contempt for people who disagree and you don't want to hear their voices. if you sincerely change your
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rick? is the key to have a heavier car car. >> i can't remember. we're going to ask ha question to the winner here. we have dave shwartz. this is the first ever annual pinewood derby. it was phenomenal. we have people from all over the country. california arizona, tennessee. we have winners from pennsylvania and from locals. i could be there about 30 years ago or something like that. this has changed a little bit. >> it's changed. we wanted to highlight it because everybody has a story. this is an amazing track and the support of best track who donated our championship track to us. these guys have been great. steve and his sons. and these kids make these cars from scratch. >> they build this car out of a
block of wood. the craftsmanship, the the attention to detail and our ability to highlight it and how hard way worked. >> if you are the two winners, who won? both think they're the champ. did you tie? >> yes. >> no. >> there seems to be some competition going on continuing here. tell me your name? >> alex. >> show me your car. what makes your car good and made it a winner? >> the axles maybe. >> the axles. >> and the graphite. >> do you want it to be heavier or lighter? >> not too heavy. not too light. >> there you go clayton. not too light. and good axles. >> great tips. i still have my pinewood derby. i'm going to dust it off. >> at the the end of the show we'll be out there. >> where i came in third place. >> we want to take you to a fox news alert.
north carolina beach goers gripped in fear as yet another teenager is bitten by a shark. j u.s. a day and 20 miles away from another shark attack. >> that's seven shark attacks just this month. why in the world does this just keep happening? rob is the director of mote marine laboratories. the center for shark researchers in florida. why does this keep happening? >> well you know it's summiter time and there's a lot of people in the water. in new york it's a very sharky place. and i think it's happening there because the beaches there are full of surf. it's a high energy beach. you have sharks close to shore that are feeding. a lot of people in the water because it's so warm. a lot of sharks there. so people and sharks are coming together. you're getting these incidents. >> this freaks me out. i'm from north carolina. i've been to many of these beaches we're talking about. oak island. ocean aisle. the outer banks. and these communities depend on the tourism dollars. so you know.
you say this reminds you of the 2001 summer of the sharks. reresearchers trying to figure out parallels between what happened that year and what's going on this summer? >> well yeah in 2001 we had a series of incidents on the east coast of the united states. and starting in florida and going up to north carolina virginia that ended with a couple of fatalities around labor day. and then a week later 9/11 happened and the shark story went away. this is a little bit more concentrated. i'm concerned about the juxtaposition of fishing activity in some of these places with people swimming in the water. so i think we immediate to take a closer look at what's going on here. this is not the same shark, believe me. these are multiple sharks. obviously multiple people getting bitten.
but we need to be cautious and maybe think about keeping people out of the water in certain places. >> i know moat marines is such an impressive place. you have really big sharks do unwhere you are. big, big sharks. what is the average beach goer able to do to reduce his chance of getting bitten? >> i'm glad you said that. we're not talking about great white sharks here. that's important for people to not get in their heads. we're talking about 25-foot animals going after people. these are generally smaller, six, seven feet at the most. they're in this high energy environment. they're not looking for people. they're not hunting people. in that environment it's hard for the people to tell the people from the their prey. so sometimes it will sort of
bite first, ask questions later. and so what people need to do is first be aware of this. that there are sharks there. secondly try to be vigilant and in the area where they're swimming. don't go offshore. don't go out by yourself. then you become an isolated person. and definitely stay away from place where is people are fishing for larger. i'm not talking about shrimp. but they're fishing for mackerel and sharks. >> we appreciate you joining us this morning. thanks so much for your expertise on this. >> appreciate it. >> sure. any time. thanks for having me. >> 37 minutes after the hour. other stories making headlines. hundreds of people running from flames and running for their lives. a colorful flammable pattern was released into a dance party. the powder exploded and engulfed the stage. at least 500 people were hurt. some using pool inner tubes as stretchers to carry the victims.
183 people in the hospital. and nas ka is trying to distance itself from the confederate flag. chairman calling it an insensitive symbol saying it should be banned. france saying nascar will go as far as it ka to go to eliminate the flag but admits it will be tough to enforce given the number of fans at races. and your reaction on this is pouring in. chuck says i have been a nascar fan since the late 70s. if they ban the confederate flag i will no longer watch races, attend events or buy your merchandise. shame on you. bill says states and organizations caving into the removal of the confederate flags are not thinking straight. such a move is nothing more than than falling if r more political correctness. jan says standing ovation for nascar. nascar is about racing not racism. and the supreme court says
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>> we either had to do something or volunteers at the hospital. >> it was a black tie affair. >> ralph got his black tie on and i put on my guess. >> ralph also served in the korean war and was a milwaukee police officer for 27 years before retiring. >> i asked him the key to the long marriage. he said i let my wife speak and say yes, dear. >> 20 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up crowds in greece lining up at atms trying to withdraw their money. as economic uncertainty grows, how does the crisis affect your wallet? maria explains next. and then who says camping has to be in tent or outdoors? we have the best rvs right on the plaza.
and now the best segment of the day. bear related headlines. watch this h. watch this. >> there's a bear on my car! >> oh my gosh, there's a bear on my car. the familiar refrain in yellowstone park as one family gets up close and personal with a grizzly. at one point the bear climbs onto the hood left behind a few dents. nobody was eaten. >> he asked for a tip. >> i can hardly bear it. and a real life party animal. university students getting quite a square when this black bear crashed their party. police getting called to the scene where they captured and tranquilized the 300-pound black bear. nobody was hurt. >> did you see the paws on that thing. crowds in greece lining up at atms trying to withdraw their
money. lines around the block as uncertainty is spreading about their nation's fate. how does the future of greece's economy affect the rest of the world? >> we're going to ask maria. >> that's a scary thought. banks are trying to replenish them but having a hard time. paint the picture for us. >> it's really scary. people are not sure if the banks are going to stay open or be able to access their money come monday morning. the imf is expected to fwet this payment from greece on tuesday. that's the deadline that greece's bailout package expires. they owe $1.8 billion to the imf on tuesday. the latest headlines right now, the finance minister is suggesting that greece may not have the money to pay the $1.8 billion come tuesday. if that's the case that will surely create a market disruption. we'll probably see a selloff in stocks. this could be like a black monday. >> sometimes the isolated events
don't seem relevant to you. >> that's the risk. that's exactly the risk. it's not going to impact that much. if greece defalls and has to leave. it will be a disaster for greece. i don't think we're going to see this domino effect because that's been the worry. if greece leaves then what happens to portugal? what happens to italy? everybody follows greece and completely destroy the union. i don't think that happens. i have to go back to using the drop in currency. i don't have the support of the ecb. i don't think there will be a domino effect. over the near term, uncertainty creates chaos. that's what i would expect on monday. >> you have a big show in 14 minutes. who do you have on the show? >> we'll talk about the other major deadline. what a tuesday this upcoming
week. we have the deadlines of greece and the iran negotiations. we just heard from the players that they are going to extend the deadline beyond tuesday. but they are extending the deadline to continue these talks. we're going to talk with the the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee that is ed royce. he's joining us. we'll also talk about obamacare with a senator. i have the former ceo of apple coming in to talk about the hacks we've been seeing. how vulnerable are? and then the current ceo of walmart talking about the confederate flag coming down not selling that anymore. >> you only have an hour to do it. >> i know. i know. >> you can catch maria every weekday morning on fox business. log onto foxbusiness.com/channel
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tv okay? >> okay. >> refrigerator. look at this. full size pretty much refrigerator. >> wow. >> then if you come back here here's the bathroom. >> i'm going to let the camera follow you back. i don't think we can all fit. >> take a shot in there. >> okay. got a nice shot of the bathroom. now let's see the bedroom. how many people does this mini winne sleep, richard? >> eight people. this is a queen size bed with the nice big cupboards and all the rest of it. >> okay. >> anyway very popular. oh by the way, here's the shower. >> very nice. all the comforts of home. >> hit up the next rv richard. it's the integ gra anthem is that right? >> we're going to take it up a couple of notches. >> whew! >> this looks like a country music star would be in this. >> this is a type a motor home. top of the line product that the industry has. >> okay. >> one of the first features you can see, nice tv outside. >> oh, yeah. >> full sound system out here
too. the radio. >> set up your piccinich table right here. >> beautiful awning. >> yes. >> right? >> shield you from the elements even on a rainy day like today. thank you. ladies first. okay. now let's look at this one right here. the driver is living in luxury in that reclining chair, too? >> yeah. again, this is a jayco product. >> okay. >> this is their integra anthem as you mentioned. this is the top of the line. this is a $450,000 coach. when you talk about glamping this is glamorous camping. >> this is like a yacht on wheels. >> yeah. you can see how nice all of this is. so you have not only this nice studio area here but if you turn around here you can see this is a fireplace. >> oh, look at this. turn around here just below the tv you have a functioning fireplace here. >> you can see big screen tv. here's where you eat.
along here. notice marble floors. >> wow, this is real marble too. >> real marble. >> not linoleum. >> correct. then a beautiful kitchen area. >> hit me with the numbers richard? how much is this going to go for? >> this is $450,000. >> whew! >> check out, here's the bathroom. >> does it have a gold toilet in there? >> you'd think so for that price. but then check out this. >> wow! oh my gosh! >> here's the bedroom. >> amazing. kingng size bed. select comfort bed. you want to pick what size number you want on your bed, pick it out. >> very comfy. i think i could sleep here a lot easier than a tent. >> another television. not bad, huh? >> there's another room. there's another bathroom. >> more "fox & friends" coming up. we're going camping, everybody! ♪ ♪
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pretty impressive. thank you for joining us. >> hey, it's been great. if you people want to know more about it have them go to gorving. >> "fox & friends." >> gorving.com. >> i'm going out back and taking a nap. good morning. fox news alert now. the deadline for the iran nuclear talks possibly extended a few more days. breaking right now, u.s. officials are planning to stay in vienna past the june 30th deadline. good morning, everyone. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." it comes after secretary kerry mentioned very tough issues remaining on the table ahead of the deadline. the chairman of the house foreign affairs committee ed royce will join me. slamming the obamacare ruling. is there reform in the way. senator james langford joinsz