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911 to complain about chinese food. >> i had bought some chinese food and it's not up to par to me and i asked for my money back and they acting like they don't understand me and took my food and won't give me my money back. >> she's now facing a misdemeanor charge. and now the ugly a fan at the braves game goes for a foul ball and lands on the lap of the guy behind him. >> come here. >> "fox & friends" starts right now. >> it is wednesday, july 8th 2015. i'm elizabeth has has and this is a fox news alert. he used a federal agent's gun. bomb shell new details about the illegal immigrant. this is no isolated incident.
>> hillary clinton one network inside the rope and why she has a trust problem. >> i think when you are subjected to the kind of constant barrage of attacks that are largely fomented by and coming from the right. >> is that right wing -- the fast right wing thing again? it's funny. we've got more coming up. and you have the right to remain adorable. he's not old enough to drive. this kid got pulled over and his reaction perfect. you are seeing it. now you are seeing me. >> speaking of perfect. >> what about adorable? i guess you missed out. you didn't have time to add adorable. thorngs are better -- mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ ♪
>> i walk the line. >> remember a couple of days ago, hillary clinton last sewed the reporters who wanted to do their job. the press didn't like it and neither do normal people. i went to the streets of new york city yesterday and i did exactly what the clinton campaign did and the results are hilarious. infuriating if you are on the receiving end of the rope but nonetheless you will see that report coming up. >> it looked like a couple of them were trying to escape back there. >> slow down cowboy. >> you will find that bill clinton did something very similar in the 1990s. >> meanwhile, the big story this week and at first when i first looked at this on monday i was shocked to see there were . the shocking revelation about that man and where he got his gun.
no one bought the story that he found it under a towel and went to shoot sea lions and mistaken call a woman. >> 32-year-old kathrynl -- steine. >> we found out that the gun was stolen from a federal agent in a car burglary. >> if you listen to some on the left they say it's not a problem with sanctuary city it's a problem with guns. this is a gun stolen from a police officer. when you look at the statistics, they are jaw dropping. keep in mind we're highlighting this one fellow because he murdered this woman in broad daylight. there are a lot of people out there who have much worse records than he did. remember he had been arrested four times i believe, felony
drug charges. since 2014 30,558 convicted criminal aliens have been released by ice and these are people who have murdered people. they have raped people. kidnapping and impaired driving offenses as well. keep in mind this one fellow we're talking about, he spent 17 years in jail because he had come into the country illegally and four felony drug convictions. there are people who have murdered other people and they are just floating around. >> those numbers are awful, steve. over 80,000 crimes. 175 homicides, close to 400 sexual assaults. incredible. >> the numbers are staggering. even though everyone is expressing outrage on the democratic side as well, including senators feinstein and boxer. the costs of illegal immigration is $158 billion, education, $39
billion, border security $12 billion, and the president says through josh ernest says republicans got to give him more money per year. >> that's how much it costs per year on illegal immigration. not legal. when you ask about the sanctuary policies across the united states there are 200 jurisdictions with sanctuary policies in the u.s. that includes parts of 34 states. the cities include houston, miami, boston philadelphia chicago, washington, d.c., and new york right here. and when you see where the candidates stand ton it. there are the sanctuary cities it's important to know that all four presidential democratic candidates support sanctuary cities or have in the past. hillary clinton did in 2008. she's actually speaking with bill o'reilly and she expressed strong support for sanctuary
cities and she tried to walk that back yesterday. bernie sanders and also jim webb one of those voting and martin o'malley in baltimore saying look we're not going to cooperate with ice when they want the names and want to deport those lolkd up in jail committing crimes. >> if an illegal is an city and they are a victim of a crime, we want them to empowered to come out and not fear that deportation is right around the corner. that theory goes into the street and that might be laudable and admirable to some. when they become criminals, they become a burden to society and you see those numbers aren't necessarily niche. i'm finding it laughable that they are saying that the sheriff didn't adhere to the ice principles are. >> the city said there is no
warrant, we're going to let them go. next thing you know he murdered this woman. this has happened every day for a very long time. the reason we are talking about this as an issue is now it's a campaign issue and donald trump is the one who brought it up when he declared he's running for president three weeks ago. >> he paid a big price for it. >> he has indeed but there is now an awareness about it and people have got to talk about it. he talked about it last night with greta. >> i'm the one that brought up illegal immigration. this wasn't even a subject and i brought it up and i brought it up before the young lady was killed and then that became a big story. but you have thousands of instances where illegal immigrants that come through our border are killing our citizens and lots of other problems they are bringing with them. i mean the jails are loaded up the hospitals are loaded up with people and it's a horrible situation. nobody ever brought it up and then i watch some of the political pundits and they hate when i bring this up i say -- around we all on the same side?
look i have a very simple life. i have a wonderful company. i have a great family. all this stuff, but i want to make america great again. that's more important to me than my company. that's a very important thing. to make america great again. we will never be great if we keep going like this. we will never be great again as a country, and i have tremendous support, and i think you see that greta in the polls. >> and that's what people are saying. okay he's lost his mattress deal. pga pulled out of his tournament. we know about the unit i vision sale to nbc. he's saying to heck with that. i know people concerned about his brand are upset about it. who is not upset? is people who answers the
questions. >> they seem to agree with what he said and particularly on the heels of this awful killing on that 32-year-old woman on that san francisco pier. donald trump is not playing victim. he's not saying woe is me. hillary clinton is playing the victim again in her first national interview. >> i think when you are subjected to the kind of constant barrage of attacks that are largely fomented by and coming from the right -- >> but do you bear any responsibility for it? >> well you know i can only tell you that i was elected twice in new york against the same kind of onslaught. this has been a theme that has been used against me and my husband for many years, and at the end of the day, i think voters sort it all out. i have great confidence. >> didn't explain that. if you watched all 18 1/2
minutes, you probably are wondering yourself why is she doing this? because i don't think it really helped her very much and in fact in some cases, you know the part where she plays the victim and the part where she said i deleted 30,000 emails but i did everything that's permitted. you start to think, wait a minute i have never deleted any of my email at home. why would she do that? it seemed like she raised a lot of questions that were never answered. >> she has to do this. she has no choice. if she wants to be elected president, you got to talk to the press. >> not so far. >> she said she had no obligation to hold on to her emails. tray goudy says -- trey gowdy says you have a statutory obligation. >> these would have been great follow-up questions to ask. brianna keilar she was on
topic, but there weren't any follow-ups. i'm sure there was somebody from the clinton campaign saying you have 15 minutes. you have 18 minutes. >> i heard them. >> carly fiorina is running for president and she's going to be with us and react to hirk's interview -- hillary clinton's interview. >> here's, heather. >> great to see you. we start out right now with a fox news alert and the search is on right now for a pair of gunmen who shot and killed three people near the university of maryland baltimore campus overnight. police say that two men jumped out of vans and opened fire on four people in the street. two men and a woman were killed. a fourth person was shot and is expected to be okay. no word yet on a motive or if those victims were targeted but we'll follow the story throughout the show. >> isis on the move overseas
taking ground that our men and women fought hard to perfect protect, so why not shrink our military? the obama administration decide to cut troops by 40,000. 60 are being trained so far. the u.s. women's soccer team is getting an honor that no other women's sports team has ever received. hot off their world cup win, at a huge rally in los angeles, the ladies will get a full on ticker tape parade right here in new york city. the event will be held this friday at 11:00 a.m. fantastic to bring your daughters if you are in the area. >> steve and i are against the parade. >> i would always say bring your little boys to show them girl
can do it too. >> they have a television. >> i have a suggestion. bring your family. it's a great family thing. coming up on this wednesday, a doctors giving patients chemothat they didn't even need and didn't have cancer. and the video is horrifying to say the least. the moment a car hydroplanes, slamming right into a state trooper, sending him underneath the car.
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doctor do? >> he told me two years into my treatment that i was going to end up lifetime treatments. >> and what did you think? >> honestly i thought i was a dead man walking, to tell you the truth. >> you were probably appreciative that this guy was going to help you out. you didn't know that you didn't need it? >> no i didn't. none of us did. you know we just thought that this is what we had to do for the rest of our life is to go once a month, get infusions or weekly. there's so many people that had to go weekly to get these drugs. it's incredible. he didn't -- go ahead. >> he gave you so much chemo, that it stopped your immune system right? >> it slowed it down. it's very slow. i actually have to start infusions again next week. next wednesday i go for new
infusions. >> i know that a number of the victims of this doctor who pled guilty to all these charges were able to speak yesterday in court. you were not able to because of a mix-up. >> yes. >> he might be watching right now. what would you like to tell him. >> that he's a bastard. he's no good to anybody and i hope he will rot in jail the rest of his life. >> how much jail time is this guy looking at? >> 175 years. >> is that long enough? >> and i wish he can live that long to feel each and every one of them days. no it's not long enough and death is too good for him too. >> do you wake up mad that he put you through this? >> yeah. yeah i do. i get mad. i get pissed off, i try to keep
that to myself. my wife knows, without her, honestly i probably would have some other serious problems. >> it's good that you got your wife to lean on. i know you've lost a lot in this fight for your health and it's got to be a measure of safgs to know that this guy is going to go away forever. >> yes, yes, that's what all we were saying yesterday, giving our victim impact statements. every one of us went 175 years, nothing less. the michigan state attorney general has been awesome working with us, telling us what they can, and they want nothing less than life in prison and that's the best we can do. >> absolutely. there are a lot of people looking in hearing your story, thinking exactly the same thing. terry spurlock thank you so much for getting up early on this wednesday and sharing your story. >> you are quite welcome, thank you. >> that's really something, isn't it?
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this morning, paula deen firing her social media manager and apologizing to fans after this photo popped up on her twitter feed. it's from a 2011 halloween episode of her show. it features deen dressed up as lucy and her son with brown face dressed up as ricky. social media is lighting up with new accusations of racism. in a public policy think tank and carl jackson both joining me now to discussing. rich what was your reaction when you saw this? >> by itself elisabeth, it may not have been a big deal but in the context of her controversy, it raises an eyebrow and people are rolling their eyes and they
are saying oh, here's paula deen again. it doesn't sit well. >> carl. >> elisabeth, thank you for having me. this is a bunch of nonsense again. i think blacks have too much time on their hand because they are unemployed with our high unemployment rate we have to focus on nonsense like this. if paula deen was organizing she could give money to democratic campaigns. >> i wonder if she's a business consultant of her. she might do better business if they were organizing gay weddings. there is a context. there is a truth what he says sometimes it's ridiculous when we're looking at america and
saying who is the racist rather than struggle and look at the bigger issues such as profiling and brutality and unemployment. as this is the topic, it is pointing out that it's kind of unseemly. >> she said paula immediately had this picture taken down as soon as she saw the post and apologizes to all that were offended as such paula deen ventures has terminated their relationship with their social media manager. with this photo being taken in 2011 and that whole scandal in 2013 where she apologized did this apology cover this as well? does her apology in context matter? >> well, it's not her social media person who is in the photo, so that's kind of irrelevant, but sure we should listen to people's apology and apologies do count for
something. >> i think redemption matters and this is an old story. the fact that the left have to trump up mediocre and ridiculous stories like this this proves to me that racism in america is not as prevalent as people would like to believe and i do believe this is going to lead to black racism fatigue in 2016. if you consider the bradley effect in 1982 where a bunch of white voters said they were going to vote for bradley and stay home. >> apples and oranges, elisabeth, with how black people vote and paula deen -- >> excuse me i didn't interrupt you. >> a lot of people talking about this today. we thank you both for your take. thanks for a great conversation. we're watching that racism fatigue monitor as well. hate all those robo calls you get right at dinnertime.
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remain adorable. this three-year-old has the perfect reaction when he is pulled over by a cop. that's how we all feel. he's putting his hand on his head in frustration as the officer writes him a fake ticket. >> his parents say he loves the police and they asked the officer to give him the ticket for fun, and now he sleeping with it. he loves the ticket. >> i wonder what the ticket was for. was it for not wearing a helmet? the officer has one and he does not. was it speeding? >> was it for stopped. he stopped illegally in a no-stop zone. >> meanwhile, hillary clinton's campaign made a disastrous situation with that moving rope line. if reporters wanted a story,
they had to be corralled like cattle. she said it's my last rodeo. the best way to do it is with a lasso, rawhide style. ♪ ♪ >> which presidential candidate says to the press, you can cover me but you got to be behind the rope? you got to be tied up? >> i don't know. maybe bush. >> obama. >> no. not him. >> he's not running again. i don't think. >> okay. rand paul. >> rand paul? >> i'm suspecting donald trump? >> you are suspecting donald trump. that's actually wrong. >> probably not hillary. >> hillary said it? >> hillary? that's my girl hillary. >> hillary clinton. >> i knew it. >> why do you say probably not? >> i don't think that's
something that she would probably say. >> what difference at this point does it make? >> hillary clinton. >> i guess i understand where she's coming from. the media can be a little intrthen right? >> wait a minute. what are you talking about? let's see what it's like. this isn't so bad, right? >> correct. >> hey, now, slow down not so fast. okay. let's go. is it just me or does this feel a little weird? >> yeah. why don't you go to the end of the line. >> as it turns out the end of the line ends up the clothes line. does it make sense? >> now it makes sense. >> i feel kind of impeded in some way or form. >> especially if someone says stop. >> whoa where do you think you are going? it would be hard to be throughout new york city all tied up right? >> yes, it would be. >> you want to try it? >> no. >> this is great.
are you at the end of your rope? >> pretty close. that's a good one. >> you know what you are officially stringer reporters. funny stuff. i'm out of puns. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> that last family that went into the wells fargo bank all tied up they were in sacramento california. they were inside the bank tied up for five minutes. nobody in new york city even batted an eye. >> you know why, this is tourist time. new yorkers for the most part start swinging at you. >> it's funny you say this i actually tied a number of new yorkers to their job to see what that was like. it just was weird.
it was like 50 shades of -- >> not good. >> it's amazing you made it back here. the social experiment could have gone wrong. >> you wonder who in the clinton campaign came up at the meeting and said these reporters, how are we going to control them? let's go to the hardware store and buy some rope. a little walk back in history will make you realize this season the first time this happened with the clintons. back in 1992, look at this footage, this is bill clinton corralling the press during a home coming in arkansas are. this is where it all began. >> they look so pathetic. >> it worked. >> can you lower the rope? >> that's to keep us in line. >> the press didn't like it and as it turns out regular americans don't like being lassoed as well. >> talking about regular americans, heather, you are always regular. >> she is?
how do you know? >> was that a lasso? >> she's regular? >> we have a few. love you, though. good morning to you all. hope you are off to a good day. serious story right now. a midair nightmare over the state of south carolina and now the ntsb is left to figure out how a military fighter jet collided with a small plane. major aaron johnson was piloting the plane right outside charleston south carolina, when it crashed into a cessna. the two people inside the cessna are unaccounted for and are believed to be dead. no one on the ground was hurt. a dashcam ra catching a horrifying moment a car slams into a trooper, pinning him under the wreckage. he was responding to an accident. another driver hydroplaned on that rain-sliked road.
rescue crews arrived moments later. they had to use the jaws of life to free the trooper. he is okay. a real miracle. a federal judge has awarded a texas woman nearly $230,000 after she got 153 robo calls. she sued time warner and repeatedly told them to stop calling. she explained the mistake and they kept calling anyway. the judge and she have the last laugh. the company was fined $1,500 for each call and calling the action particularly egregious. >> i feel like i get more and more those robo calls all the time. >> we get three in the same kind lately. in the last week we've gotten for pain medicine for home alarms and we've gotten three calls from the u.s. department
of commerce about whether or not we fish in saltwater. >> you know what i do sometimes i just put isaiah on the phone. he's five. >> you say hello. you know they are scrambling to find out who the family is that picked up. soops you hear -- as soon as you hear that pause, hang up. >> what i have found, they will say hi i'm so and so so the first thing you ask is what day is today? because they can't answer that because they don't know what day it is. >> because thorough bots. >> it always throws them off. >> that's when i just put isaiah on the phone. >> congratulations, steve. >> we know what time it is. it's time for some weather. >> yep. it was a walk in the ballpark with the pittsburgh pirates grounds crew. the rain on the field.
>> a couple of players rushed over to help pull the tarp over the field. the game was delayed 90 minutes. maria is here with us now with a true look at the weather off the ballpark. >> good morning. good to see you. we're tracking a massive storm system. it's one of the reasons we saw the rain across parts of pennsylvania. we have this massive storm system stretching from texas to the northeast. we're seeing heavy rainfall rates across oklahoma and texas. rainfall rates exceeding 2 inches per hour. that's bringing the concern for some flash flooding out there and the past 48 hours, the storm system has been such a slow mover, we've picked up some amount of rain over some areas.
the area will be hit hard by heavy rain as well throughout the afternoon into tonight. there's also some risk for severe storms across high plains portions of texas and into the midwest. there's also a tornado risk with that. make sure to have a way to get those warnings today. but the other big story with this storm system it's very warm ahead of it. behind it, unusually school -- cool. kansas city 66 degrees. it's going to rebound nicely with more summer-like conditions later on in the week. the video is hard to watch. you got a star college quarterback punching the woman in a face. the lawyer claims it was provoked. is it ever okay to hit a woman/girl? >> you see things like this in futuristic sci-fi movies? >> hello, mr. yakamoto. >> well, company taking the first step toward that tech by
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secure environment, because passwords and pins are becoming more difficult to secure. they get stole and then forgotten. as a result what can we come up that's unique to a specific person that might make a company feel more comfortable in terms of doing business with that person and might make the person feel more comfortable? >> so the way that you were explaining it to me is so i make a purchase and i feel comfortable enough to put a master card on my iphone. i make the purchase but in order to get the purchase i will turn it around and i would take a picture of myself but i would blink, correct? >> that's correct. the blimping is for proof of life. they don't want someone to take a photograph which happened in older versions of this technology, where a photograph would be brought out in front of the phone and it would unlock the phone. now you take the picture, you blink, and that picture is already a map.
it's an al go rhythm in the master card data system it matches it up. it makes the purchase. >> is it the facial? is it the retina? what's it looking for? >> it's a map of the face. it's total facial recognition technology not quite perfected yet. they need to do work on this. they are going to do a 500-person test. they have gotten the smart phone makers signed on in doing it. >> what do you think is stopping it from being perfect? >> first of all, any phone can be stolen. number two, anything that we've seen has been hacked by somebody. the issue is will they somehow be able to get into the facial recognition technology that is in their system and mess around with it? again, you can change a pin, you
can change a passward. you can't change a face. >> right, unless plastic surgery. then you do a new password just like a fingerprint. i guess you could log on that way. >> thanks so much for joining us. 11 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up straight ahead. the video is tough to watch and you've probably seen it. you've got an outstanding college quarterback we think punching a woman in the face. the lawyer claims she was provoked. is it ever okay to hit a woman even if she hits you first? we introduce you to jason haag and his dog axel. they join us live with a great update next hour. when broker chris hill stays at laquinta and fires up free wi-fi, with a network that's now up to 5 times faster than before you know what he can do?
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. well, caught on camera. take a look at this. now, former florida state quarterback de'andre johnson purchling a woman in the face in a tallahassee bar. >> he's kicked off the team charged with misdemeanor battery. the woman suffering minor injuries including a black eye and expected to recover. what was johnson thinking? >> that's right. joining us dr. keith ablo from boston. keith, of course we all know a man should never hit a woman right? >> well that's what i was raised with steve. i still go with that philosophy. you know what that may be an and quated notion if you look at
our culture that has gender quote unquote stereo types. in fact i think they're trying to dispute the gender differences. no you don't hit girls. that's a like notion. i like using the word girls. i'm not going to stop. i don't like when high school wrestlers have to forfeit a match if they don't wrestle a girl on the other team. that's rekickidiculousridiculous. i believe no man should hit a woman or boy hit a girl. what do you say to people that say he was provoked. >> she punched first. >> i understand the provocation. she's drinking. who knows, this guy could have had had trauma as a football player in the past. i get that. it's so untractattractive case. if those are facts that need to
come out in the legal process, they should. i'm not saying the guy should go to jail. i'm saying he's not a role model. to this extent, we now say boys and girls, they're no different. equality doesn't mean equivalence. you don't hit girls. it's a new era where people i think it's just fine. let them play ice hockey with the boys and wrestle with the boys. why? why would we do that? >> you say that plays into, maybe not specifically but in the big picture why something like this would happen? >> absolutely. it's going to happen more is and more. you get youtube videos of gangs of girls getting in brawls with other girls. this didn't happen before. was it so terrible you bought the pink for girl and blue bear for the boy? was it awful or did we have an idea many mind culturally that was working? >> you're not saying this opens the door in a permissive way for
this to happen. you're saying it's a byproduct? >> if you're saying that it's just fine to flip a girl onto her back in a wrestling match and pin her to the ground and take joy in that i guess if you're in a bar and she slaps you, you punch her this the face. >> got you. in this guy's world, he did it and now he's off the team. thanks for joining frustrate boston. >> thanks. take care. >> thanks so much. four minutes before the top of the hour. coming up a bomb shell in the case against the illegal that admitted to killing an innocent woman. the murder weapon actual willy belonged to a federal agent. hillary clinton tries to explain her trust issues. >> i think when you are subjected to the kind of constant barrage of attacks that are largely full meanted by and
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. good morning to you. it is wednesday, july 8, 2015. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. this is a fox news alert. bomb shell detalil about the illegal immigrant deported five times before he murdered a woman in cold blood. should we really be blowing off donald trump? a man who's son was killed by an illegal immigrant says is we should hear him. >> donald trump was on. donald trump is speaking for us for our dead. and the shocking statistics
to back him up. hillary clinton lets one network inside the ropes and reacts to why the ol polls say she has a trust problem. >> i think when you're subjected to the kind of constant barrage of attacks that are largely coming from the right. >> wait. it's all the republicans fault if somebody wants the office that you want? steve? >> speaking of standing by your man, watch out for this guy. he says people like him tell him he looks just like james franco. an eaves dropping woman live tweets what could be the most awkward date ever. do you remember yours? we want to share them. tweet us facebook or e-mail. mornings are better with stories
from you. ♪ carly fiorina is running for president. impressive business career and also impressing people on the stuffer. she's not afraid to take on hillary clinton. guess what. she watched the interview last night. she will be talking to us about her impression of what she learned and did not learn. >> of course. we're looking forward to that. also guess what we have in the studio. a marine and his service dog axle. he's up for hero dog of the year. we're honored for their service and company at "fox & friends"." we start with a fox news alert. turns out the gun used by the illegal to kill katie steinle
was the gun of a federal agent. >> anna joining us now. >> hi. he used a federal agent's gun, reportedly stolen out of a car last month. the shocking details as sanchez pleads not guilty arguing the seven time if he long accidentally had the gun go off. sanchez, already deported some five times, was allowed to remain in the united states because of sanctuary cities where local law enforcement are not required to enforce federal immigration laws. right now 33 states plus washington d.c. have at least one jurisdiction considered a sanctuary city. last year alone, 30,000 convicted criminal aliens were released. 175 committed murder.
the controversy now becoming a t hot button issue. >> in my opinion, the mexican government forced him back in. they force many back in our country. that's what i've been talking about. >> we've been screaming at top of our lungs for a long time about washington not doing their duty to secure the border. that's what the conversation needs to stay focussed on not rhetoric that's hyper bollic. >> sanchez is held on $5 million bail and due back in court on july 27th. back to you. >> he said he wants to die. he did plead not guilty yesterday. >> the judge put a $5 million bond on him because he's clearly a flight risk. the reason we're talking about the case of katie steinle, because three weeks ago donald
trump brought up the criminal elementally ly element of crossing into this country. there are people that should not be in this country for a variety of reasons. it's interesting. he's being shut down by many who say this guy is trying to broad rush everybody and does not belong in the race. >> we see the example of katie steinle's death. she's killed due to illegal immigration. nearly 200 homicides occurred since 2014. a third were level ones according to this administration worst of the worst. this illegal immigrant probably an example of that. she's one example. another example is shaw ii murdered by an illegal immigrant. he was here with us saturday his dad, he explained why this
matters and why people should hear trump now. >> everyone is illegal alien lovers now. that's what donald trump was talking about. they called him a liar. i'm here to prove, there's thousands murdered by illegal aliens raped, child molesters and drunk drivers. donald trump was right on. in our community, the death community, donald trump is speaking for us speaking for our dead. >> a report asks people do you agree with donald trump? 63% of the country want america to get control of the border. 30% want to make undocumented immigrants legal citizens. he's speaking for them. >> the man who's son was shot in 2008 by espinosa freed from a four month prison sentence the day before the murder. he was wanted for deportation and should not have been in this country. his mother also says donald
trump is trying to do something. they're trying to shut him down he was just 17 years old. >> the reason he was shot apparently this guy saw the backpack was red, thought he was from a rival gang killed him. >> yeah. hillary clinton kind of on the record in 2008 supporting sanctuary cities those deported to return time and time again. she tried to walk it back a little bit yesterday in part when she broke her silence during her first national campaign interview. guess what? she decided this was the moment to play victim. >> i think when you are subjected to the kind of constant barrage of attacks that are largely fullmented by and coming from the right can -- >> do you bear responsibility? >> i can tell you i was elected twice in new york against the same onslaught.
has been a theme that has been used against me and my husband for many many years. and at the end of the day, i think voters sort it all out. i have great confidence. >> she has great confidence but yesterday she went on to try to explain off her e-mails and says i'm allowed to do that and i was under no obligation to give anybody any of these e-mails. i gave 55,000 e-mails which people find fun so people could see what i did on a day-to-day basis. tray dowdy came back and said she had a duty to give e-mails from her offers. he believes that she has not gotten close to getting this done. this investigation will continue because she is not being transparent. >> six out of ten americans not trusting her. that's a big problem. >> she says don't worry about that poll. >> her problem is people don't trust her. also bernie sanders, a fellow
in massachusetts a congressman said se yesterday quote, hillary is not bad. we all know she's having an excitement problem. we all know that. it's not a secret. she may be leading the polls, but democrats according to him, are not excited about hillary clinton. that's probably why she was on the tv yesterday. >> the columnist said the idea of hillary is more important than the reality. heather has more reality. >> disturbing reality from overseas affecting so many here at home. isis taking ground that our men and women fought to gain and protect. why not shrink the military? the obama administration announcing it may cut 40,000 troops over the next two years. the administration's plan to recruit syrian rebels to fight isis is failing. just 60 are being trained.
a 12-year-old boy wanted for murder in nebraska is captured in minnesota. milton was found by u.s. marshals in minute alice. he and his 17-year-old brother and another teenager are accused of shooting a man last month over a drug deal. the two others were arrested monday. look at the baby face. wow. a bill to legalize assisted suicide has stalled in the state legislator. the so called right to die law would allow doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs to terminally ill patients. four states have those laws on the books. a lot of religious leaders and lawmakers are opposed to that measure. supporters say they'll keep on fighting for that. an iowa school district this is an interesting one, they now decided to keep close tabs on school administrators. starting in the fall principals and assistant principals in iowa will wear body cameras.
take a listen. >> we're treating students with dignity dignity, honor, and respect. this is a way to say, are we doing that? and to check ourselves. >> the cameras are small and clip on to people's shirts and ties. the move comes after accusations an administrator kicked a student. burlington is one of the first districts to use the body cameras. those are your headlines. >> interesting idea. not sure how i feel about. that. >> this is the truman show. everyone is on camera all the time. it's too b don't trust administrators. >> why do people have to be on camera all the time? >> you have a camera on now, don't you? >> we have one, two, three, four cameras. >> close enough. hillary clinton breaking her silence, slamming republicans over immigration. the other woman in the race for the white house, carly fiorina, going to join us live to react next. a man's unbelievable
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i feel very bad and very disappointed,um, with him and the republican party for not responding immediately and saying enough stop it. um but they are all in the same general area on immigration. you know they don't want to provide a path to citizenship. they range across a spectrum of being grudgingly welcome or hostile toward immigrants. >> hillary clinton sitting down for her first television interview of her campaign last night and seemingly grouping all republicans together with donald trump on immigration. >> carly fiorina joins us live from new hampshire. good morning to you carly. >> good morning. how are you? >> doing okay. what did you think of mrs. clinton saying republicans all coming from the same point of view they are hostile to
hispanics? >> i think it's entirely predictable. i think it's vintage clinton she would equate not supporting a pathway to citizenship to those that have come here and stayed here illegally. i certainly do not and never have that she would equate that with hostility to immigration. that simply falls. it serves her political narrative to continue the can democrat playbook of identity politics lump them into identity groups pit one against another. i think it was vintage clinton in another way. she accepted accountability for nothing. she was not asked a single question about her state department time. she blamed the right wing conspiracy for everything. we've heard this before. >> you know california as well as anybody. you were almost a senator there and thrived in your business career. what about the question everybody on the left is for it everybody on the right is not. with who do you think is to
blame for this murder of this 31-year-old woman? >> well obviously sanctuary cities are a travesty of our justice is system. the truth is this sanctuary cities existed under a republican administration as well. i think one of the reasons that people are really tired of professional politicians, 82% of the american people think we have a professional middle class. as everybody talks about solving problems particularly election time somehow the problems don't get solved. we need our federal immigration laws enforced in every single city including san francisco. it's shameful that sanctuary cities exist. obviously we're welcoming to immigrants legal immigrants. this country was built on immigration. hillary clinton is going to continue to play identity politics continue to try to run away from accountability for anything and everything she has ever done or not done. >> right. in the meantime carly, she
seems to be having fun with this e-mail thing. watch this. love your reaction. >> let's start from the beginning. everything i did was permitted. there was no law no regulation. there was nothing that did not give me the full authority to decide how i was going to communicate. now, i didn't have to turn over anything. i chose to turn over 55,000 pages because i wanted to go above and beyond what was expected of me because i knew the vast majority of everything that was official already was in the state department system. now i think it's kind of fun. people get a real-time behind the scenes look at what i was e-mails and communicating about. >> oh. good time now. are you having fun with all of this? >> you know what's amazing to me about those comments as well as the comments about the clinton global initiative she made and how the state
department relied on contracts that her brilliant husband had negotiated she truly does not see a conflict of interests. i think that's clear. she truly doesn't see this is an issue. she doesn't see it's an issue you have a private server in your basement you've wiped clean. she doesn't seen conflict in the cozy relationship between the clinton global initiative, state department and foreign governments that had business in front of the state department. she doesn't see it. this is vintage clinton, trust us we know best. there's nothing to see her. every question raised is part of the right wing conspiracy. it also points out this fact. the media isn't going to ask questions about the state department tenner why she thought a red reset button would stop vladimir putin, why benghazi was lied about for a
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year. >> we did. outstanding news. we got it on my birthday on july 4th. we gave him the day off, let him lay off at the lake. about a million votes came in for all dogs. outstanding the american public. >> he was a week from being put down. >> he was. all of our dogs canines for warriors are rescue ready from high risk kill shelters. two days from being put down. >> jason, where were you before you got this dog? bring us back to the mind set and what you were physically going through? >> i spent a year and a half in my basement on 30 medications at my whit's end. very bad place. >> you got t hit by ied, machine gun in the legs. you get the pain and the ptsd.
>> he was able to take me out of that. he would bring me meds when i needed it. obviously the comfort, a lot of people know about that. just brought me back to society. >> you needed him, and he needed you. >> correct. >> you had to feed him, take care of him. he's taking care of you. all of a sudden you're on a team again. >> absolutely. that's what all our dogs do. we've given out 170 now. we have 100% success rate with suicide prevention. they're some of the smartest dogs which can be sometimes a bad thing. so -- but amazing dogs. >> it was already great, saved your life. when you get this word july 4th what does it mean? >> it's an outstanding thing. gives us a bigger platform to speak and get the word out about
ptsd and continue to move forward and hopefully save a bunch of veterans and dog's lives. >> thanks so much. calm dog. >> absolutely. >> i guess here's use to being on camera. absolutely. >> you look great. you took some wounds but you look fantastic. axle deserves credit and hope he gets to party. >> absolutely. we want the american people to vote. the american humane association is doing wonderful things. >> here it is. vote now for axle to be hero dog of the year on herodogawards.org. go ahead and get involved and give axle another trophy. good job. >> thanks a lot. coming up it's a total nightmare. a doctor giving healthy patients chemo who don't have cancer. one of the victims breaking silence to "fox & friends." we'll review it. and she live tweeted what could be the worst date ever. the guy who told his date he
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that's a huge pod we call it of humpback whales breaching right in front of the camera. the fisherman calling the experience quote one of the most amazing things he's ever seen. we were lucky enough he shared it. >> priceless reaction. almost like a double rainbow reaction a year back or so. >> the whales had to get together. >> from the best moment ever to one of the worst moments ever. the worst first date of all time. it's out there. a woman live tweeting about an awful first date. she was overhearing while sitting down. she overheard this self--consumed happen self--consumed man obsess over himself. she tweeted play by play on twitter. here's examples here. >> she said -- this was in a toronto coffee shop she overheard this. he said to her, i'm writing a screen play. it's about this guy who really
never feels like he fits in. he's just different. then another one he said to her, people tell me i look like james franco. >> then he went onto say writing is really hard. people don't know it voflinvolves interinspection, wrestling with your own demons. he said a lot of my friends are having kids. i can barely take care of myself let alone a baby. >> the woman looked at her machine and said i just got a tweet from my mom. she said she left the stove on. i've got to go. he says can i go with you? she said no good-bye. he said are you coming back? she didn't. >> we'd like to know your worst first date. i'm going to share with you. i took my friend jack and his wife on this first date with a woman. jack and his wife argued the whole time.
they sipped wine and eventually decided during the meal they were going to get a divorce. i spilled a glass of red wine on my date then a cup of coffee. we have been married 29 years. >> that was cathy? >> yes. our first date. >> jack is still divorced? >> yeah. >> you were on someone else's divorce date? >> yeah. >> but you made it. >> can you outdo that? e-mail us fox and friends.com. the markets are causing may ham. charles is helping us on the fox business network. >> thanks. nice to be out as a matter of fact. >> you got any similar experience? >> some i can't talk about on tv. >> we've got video. >> i thought those tweets were about me. >> how about this story this morning that one in five americans now on assistance. that's not a step? the right direction. >> that's not.
absolutely amazing. federal programs aloan cost $700 billion a year. 126 programs to help people. we have this debate in this country. we have to be compassionate and we are but we also it a point we create a society where we're actually giving or doing too much. obviously it's coming out of pockets of taxpayers. it cost a lot of money. i think also there gets to a point it costs recipients. chicago is launching a new program, if you're low income you can have a bike for $5. pretty soon if i'm sitting home and don't have a job, i can't go on an interview. i've got to step over the phone, bike and all this stuff you keep giving me. i don't want to leave the house. >> in all seriousness, one of five is in these programs. medicaid, supplemental nutrition
temporary assistance for needy families. >> it's a red flag. we must acknowledge it. we talk about what was happening in greece. it was a giant utopia. we cannot worry about europe or china and talk about how they have this spending. >> can a politician get elected if you say i'm going to cut benefits and give them free and help charles step over his bike to get a job? >> the deeper we go into this the deeper we go and harder it is for a person -- if you cancel the american dream and say i've got something better than a bike for you, a $100 obama phone, a better day than sitting home playing video games. that's for future americans to live the true american dream.
>> chorlsarles, i see the markets here. >> the big question mark is greece. what's going to happen there? giant utopia where people got everything. to your point, politicians took over after military coup in the 70s and gave away the store. they've run out of other people's money. that's the new day. every other day there's a new day. i believe they're going to come to conclusion. charles, turn around. that woman wanted to take your picture. >> she wanted to tell about our first date 20 years ago. don't put her on camera whatever you do. >> you can play on turf too. >> i do. my old knee injury was gimmicky as soon as i stepped on. i was nervous. >> you look great. >> thanks. this is not america. we can be better than this.
>> great message. >> thanks. going for headlines, heather joins us now with a big problem sweeping the country. it's a big drug problem parents need to be aware of. 37 minutes after the hour. there's a report out from the cdc revealing shocking numbers. heroin overdoses have increased over the past ten years. they say the startling rise can be connected to use of prescription painkillers opioids. people that yooiz those are more than 40 times likely to go on to use heroin. victims packing a michigan courtroom to con front the doctor who lied to them about having cancer. dr. is convicted of convincing patients they were sick with a disease. it was all to bill $35 million out of the federal government. earlier we spoke to one of his
outraged victim who is has a message for that doctor. >> honestly i thought i was a dead man walking to tell you the truth. i get mad. i get [ bleep ]. i try to keep that to myself. he's no good to anybody. i hope you rot in jail the rest of your life. >> speaking of jail the doctor sentencing started monday and could last several days. he faces up to 175 years in jail. the governor of oklahoma trying to get a win for faith. the republican saying this monument will remain at the state capitol. she's asked the state supreme court to reveal the ruling saying the statute violates the constitution. she wants the people of oklahoma to vote on this and decide for themselves if they want that monument to stay. those are your headlines. let's head outside for a look at weather with maria. hi maria. >> hi heather. muggy in new york city. high humidity warm
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well hot off the world cup win, a huge rally in los angeles yesterday. amazing. u.s. women's soccer team coming to new york now for a ticker-tape parade friday. super star carli lloyd that scored three goals in that game arriving back home early this morning ahead of friday's festivities. she wanted to see her fiance. joyce is live in her hometown in new jersey. were you there last night at the airport? >> reporter: i personally was not, but thankfully cameras were there. you mentioned she wanted to see her if ifiance. it had been 42 days since she had. now a ticker-tape parade in new york. that came following a rally in los angeles for the team. this parade will be historic in new york. the first time a woman's team was honored with a parade and
first time in more than 30 years a team not based in new york is given a parade. absolutely huge. kicks off friday at 11:00. overnight we got to see carli lloyd who returned to philadelphia at 2:00 this morning. she says she's exhausted. she's realizing how much her life has changed. she's incredibly excited about all of it. >> it started to sink in when we got back to la and had the rally with everybody. been amazing. so proud of the team. it's a moment we'll always cherish. >> reporter: now carli is back in a whirlwind. she's heading back to new york tomorrow ahead of friday's parade. >> nice. she picked up her bags and handed them to the fiance. i'm exhausted. i've done enough. >> reporter: rightfully so. >> i agree. 14 minutes before the top of the hour steve, you got something important to say. i've got something else.
a professor under fire for her social media posts that attack white people and conservatives. she tweeted white folks think if they are nice to you they are above a critique of whiteness. white supremacy or structural racism is. here's another. whiteness is most certainly and inevitably terror. she left her job after those tweets. she landed a brand new job at a school across town. so she left one job at a school ese, they look like racist tweets don't they? >> of course they are. actually she got this job before and resign ed from the other job. the new school, rose college, isn't standing by her. they're saying this is great. she's making controversial comments. they're going to make students engage in the classroom with new
ideas. i agree with another professor fr talked to me and said i don't know why it's crazy we're hiring somebody that clearly openly hates a chunk of our students. that's exactly what's going on with this. >> sure. from what you have researched would she meet your definition of racist given comments? >> yes. not only that this calls into question if she can do her jobs a profess. grade fairly treat students without bias. reasonably so she can't do her job. nobody would hire a waitress that you saw saying you hate serving serve customers. why are they hiring her? >> the college put out this statement. her new employer. dr. robinson's comments are sometimes provocative, controversial and debatele. her understanding of complex problems of race in american
society made her a person of interest in this trend. >> a trend we blame white people for everything. she's clearly being offensive, being mean. she tweeted other things saying death and rape threats are ultimate expression of love from conservative whites. these are really hateful things. let's talk about race very important to hear about history and discussions about race. this is not the way to discuss anything. >> catherine, if you reverse everything this is a white professor making comments about blacks would that person be in a job? >> absolutely not. if it had been anything that rubbed liberals sensibilities the wrong way. look at the noble prize winner right. he made a joke. he's a noble prize winner. >> thank you. >> thank you. coming up on this wednesday, ever dreamed of living in a house with a big pool in the
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good morning to you. it is wednesday, july 8, 2015. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. this is a fox news alert for you. he used a federal agent's gun. bomb shell details about the illegal immigrant deported five times before he murdered a woman in cold blood. we have the stats to prove this is no isolated incident. >> maybe the tip of the iceberg. hillary clinton is not just going after donald trump on immigration. she's trying to take on the entire republican field. >> they range across a spectrum of being either grudgingly welcome or hostile towards immigrants. >> okay. she's not getting the final word. republican candidate carly
fiorina says she is wrong, mrs. clinton. >> they're on the hostile immigrant platform which is popular. nod or shakeaked and not afraid this. guy completely nude steals a i police car and drives away. >> where did he keep the keys? >> like a penguin with no pockets. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ army veteran noah galloway is here shows off skills on "dancing with the stars." we've seen what a great person he is and inspiration on the cover of men'sing health. she's a better dancer better soldier and in better shape than most watching. >> he popped the question.
we'll have that. there might be competition coming up with him. >> there might be. might be a surprise coming his way. >> thank you for joining us on this wednesday morning. we've got a lot of news. we start with a fox news alert. >> here we go. the gun used by illegal immigrant to kill kathryn steinle was from a federal agent. >> we have how the man got his hands on the handgun. >> the accused killer tells the court, oh it was all a mistake. anna what do we know today? >> his lawyers are arguing. good morning to you at home. accused murderer sanchez used a federal agent's gun to shoot and kill american kathryn steinle. that gun reportedly stolen out of a car last month. k shopping details as sanchez
pleesd not guilty with his attorney arguing this seven time if he long had the gun accidentally go off. he was allowed to remain in the united states because of sanctuary cities where local law enforcement are not required to enforce federal immaterial gragsigration laws. many are calling for an end to immigrant save havens. rick perry and donald trump say this murder is proving what they've been saying all along. >> threw him out five times, mexico sends him back. inmy opinion, mexican government forced him back in. that's what i've been talking about. >> we have been screaming at the top of our lungs in this state for a long time about washington not doing constitutional duty to secure that border. that's what this conversation needs to stay focused on not making rhetoric that is
hyperbolic hyperbolic. >> sanchez is held on $5 million bail and due back in court july 27th. elisabeth, brian, steve. >> thank you very much. the interesting thing about this whole conversation is when you -- it's an important conversation americans need to have how to get started. it got started by donald trump. when he kicked off his campaign a couple weeks ago, he was attacked saying these are racist comments. as it turns out, he's talking about something impacting a lot of people. people are going, i never realized sanctuary cities could be so deadly. >> there are over 200 in the united states. we'll have them mapped out and go over those later in the show. when you look at candidates now and where they stand on not just illegal immigration but sanctuary cities, this might shock you. take a look here. all the democrats on that side of the aisle running for president supporting sanctuary cities. you have the republicans and the
other side against sanctuary cities. hillary clinton was quoted in 2008 sitting with bill o require'reilly sat here and gave support. and in baltimore, maryland they're saying we're not going to cooperate with ice. >> sheriffs can trump ice by letting them out without telling them if they choose to. everybody is saying whoa they never should have let him out or i should have said you've been here five times and going to throw you out ourselves. the sheriff does the thing and blames republicans for not doing immigration reform. >> takes a 32-year-old woman being killed on a pier in san francisco by an illegal immigrant deported five times
for hillary clinton to walk it back. she took it one step further saying republicans are hostile towards illegals. watch this. >> i'm very disappointed in those comments. i feel very bad and very disappointed with him and with the republican party for not responding immediately and saying enough stop it. but they are all in the same general area on immigration. you know they don't want to provide a path to citizenship. they range across a spectrum of being either grudgingly welcome or hostile towards immigrants. >> look for that buzz phrase hostile towards immigrants to come up over and over in this campaign. carly fiorina who would like to be the next president of the united states in the last 45 minutes said what we heard from hillary clinton yesterday in the
18.5 minute interview with cnn, vintage hillary. >> i think it's vintage clinton she would equate not supporting a pathway to citizenship for those who have come here and stayed here illegally. i certainly do not and never have. that she would equate that with hostility to immigration. that is false. of course we're welcoming to legal immigrants. this country was built on immigration. hillary clinton is going to continue to play identity politics, continue to try and run away from accountability for anything and everything she has ever done or not done. >> by the way if you're not t paying attention, jeb bush has been blistered by the right for having the pathway to citizenship as part of what he stands for and why he wants to be voted for. it's gotten a lot of this from other conservatives. 63% of americans want the u.s. to gain control of the border. 30% want to make illegal
immigrants legal residents. >> i don't understand what mrs. clinton is talking about. when you look at jeb bush how is he hosstile to immigrants? hello. his wife is from mexico. that would have been a great follow up. maybe cnn was out of time. >> we're not out of time. heather has hideadlines. take a look at this young boy, baby face 12-year-old, look here. wanted for murder in nebraska. he has been captured in minnesota. he was found by u.s. marshals in minneapolis. his 17-year-old brother and another teenage area are accused of shooting a man last month over a drug deal. the two others were arrested on monday. unbelievable. then brand new audio of the moments right after the military
fighter jet collided with a small plane over south carolina. listen. >> reports of two planes down at this time. small plane versus a military-style jet. small plane is in the water at this time. >> major aaron johnson was piloting the air force f-16. he was ejected out of the jet and rescued by the coast guard. two people from the cessna are unaccounted for and believed to be dead. the latest shark attack in south carolina. a spokesperson says the 32-year-old marine was bitten off the coast of surf city over the fourth of july weekend. he has cuts on his i right hand and forearm we're told. he's been released from the hospital and otherwise okay. this is the eighth attack in the past three weeks and the second attack in surf city. the box stops here.
a west virginia guy is cited for keeping two deer as pets inside his home for the past year. wild life officers finding a six point buck another young male, and hasmassive damage to the guy's home. it's illegal to keep deer as pets. both were set free. the guy could face jail time. what was he thinking? >> are they good t pets? fun to pet sm. >> let's get one and find out. >> think about this lyme disease. >> do they all have it? >> a lot of them do. >> if you have a deer and are thriving with it let us know. i didn't think pets were good pets but people have them. >> george clooney had a pot belly big. >> what's the craziest pet you've had? what's the worst date you've been on?
a woman was in a coffee shop and tweeted -- >> she was sitting next to a couple on a first date. >> she's listening. >> she gives details about the worst lines this man gave to the girl and how she escaped. it says here, i'm writing a screen play he says. he also said on the date people tell me i look like james franco. >> of course. there's one more. >> a lot of my friends are having kids but i don't know i can barely take care of myself let alone a baby. >> a lot of women are turned on by that. >> she found an escape. >> she had it up to here. she goes i got a text from my mother. she left the stove on. got to go. she took off. >> we want you to relive some of your nightmares. holly says this my worst first date was a guy that took me to
taco bell and said he wasn't going to spend a lot of money. worst date ever. >> maybe he was thrifty holly. >> jay said i took a girl grocery shopping so she made me eat all the groceries that night. never saw her again. >> and another said i had an example the next day and i couldn't get the guy to leave my house. i kept saying i've got to go to bed. well bye. >> the key part was i've got to go to bed, bye. >> always a good one. >> sometimes it works out. i told you earlier, my worst first date, we've been maryland marylandedmarylandpairmarried 29 years. >> your date with cathy wasn't bad. you were double dating with a divorced couple. >> bring along a bad cupouple to make you seem great. >> there's strategy in this.
>> worked out for me not for them. >> by the way, might be a great time to go on e harmony or christian mingle. probably a plethora of them. >> let us know on our show. coming up the president just said isis is a global threat. >> isil obviously poses a great threat beyond the region. >> he said isil. why is the army slashing 40,000 troops if isil is a great threat? >> great question. he plays a police chief on tv but actor tom selliceck is in the hot seat with the law. we'll tell you what he did, next.
as isis continues to grow shocking announcement from the pentagon. we are cutting active duty military army to smallest number since after world war ii. over the next two years, 40,000 soldiers and 17,000 civilian employees will be cut. joining us now to discuss this and more is lieutenant general richard newton. we've got china, problem with russia problem with nato being challenged huge problem with isis. >> we do. >> is this the time to be
cutting? >> i've said before in our conversations, i've never seen a more troubled national security environment. what's that general dempsey said in testimony yesterday. i agree with. that we're now reducing forces. not just the army other services as well. we're going through challenging times. the army will come forward with the report to reduce active duty by 40,000, effective 1 october 2017. they'll go from 400,000 down to 450,000. >> allies are basically doing nothing. let's talk about stunning testimony yesterday. it was revealed to us by the secretary of defense we have trained all of 60 rebels to take on isis in syria. we put 500 million side to
train. we have 60. that's embarrassment. >> it goes back to when we talk about air power capabilities and so forth providing a small rain shower. when you think of trying to train on the ground just 60. we've got a long way to go in this fight and it's starting slow. >> we're not going to put people on the ground. the president said it's a generational thing and depending on iraqis to do it. as if we don't understand isis thriving makes us more peril here. the fact we've trained 60 maybe that's the criteria. you have to not fight assad and only fight isis. that's impossible criteria. >> isis as a french minister said, isis is an army. >> they have a judiciary system is. >> they have a strategic chun occasion system in terms of operations and so forth. if we think in terms of isis
being in syria and iraq they're ex pand expanding. let's go back to the discussion. reducing the army, the air force is smallest since 1947. the national security vieshlt we have isis china growing significantly in capabilities. with russia ukraine and so forth, and other hot spots. iran potentially gaining nuclear capabilities. north korea and so forth. we've got to be on a global watch. we've got to make sure we're organized, trained, equip add cross all military services. >> who's leading the terror parade? iran. who are we trying to do? agreement with iran. that was by general dempsey. outrageous. congratulations to you becoming a grandfather. >> that's right. >> appreciate you coming in. great news for your family. >> thanks. coming up next you know him as the wounded warrior who took "dancing with the stars" by storm and america in the
process. noah galloway has a regret after meeting arnold schwarzenegger. we'll try to help him out when he and his fiance join us next. ♪ ♪ especially when it's miralax. it hydrates, eases and softens to unblock your system naturally so you have peace of mind from start to finish. love your laxative. miralax.
>> since i've been on the job, crime is down across the board. >> a california water municipality is suing actor tom selleck for $21,000. they accuse himhydrants. >> water shamed. wow. she returned from active duty to surprise her sweetheart on "dancing with the stars" he turned around and did this. >> one of the most amazing moments i've had. this song "the time of my life" you've given that to me. i've got to do this here because -- [ applause ] >> would you marry me? >> what a moment. here now with a recap and story of how it went down is army vet
and third place "dancing with the stars" winner noah galloway and fiance army reservist. >> good morning. >> no one knew it. the executive producer and a couple people knew. erin didn't know. as soon as the cameras were off, she said why didn't anyone tell me? i almost cried on national television. >> the most important girl was this one here. >> yeah. >> i think it's incredible. week two you came to surprise noah. then he ends up flipping that on you. what was that moment like for you? >> it was probably the most amazing moment of my life. i mean i had no idea. we had talked about it. we talked about how he would possibly propose in the future. i thought it was you know a year months down the road. had no idea he was going to do it or could pull it off on the
show. >> the whole country got a chance to see what you go through. you represented wounded warriors while out there. coming in third is great. you paid a price training. you lost a tooth dancing? >> i did. i didn't know it was a contact sport. >> i got kicked in the jaw and took it out. >> will you dance again? >> i'm done with dancing. >> we met you when on the cover of men's health magazine. you were the 2014 ultimate guide that inspired so many people. i understand you crossed trails not wanting to go with someone else famous for their body arnold schwarzenegger. >> i didn't meet him. i was standing near him in nashville on the couch at the cmt awards. >> what did you say to him? >> nothing. i wish i had. >> what would you have said? >> i want to arm wrestle him. he's getting older.
maybe i can take him. >> he's the ultimate male. you feel you can do it. you in your prime, and he's not. >> the challenge has been marked. >> we don't have arnold schwarzenegger but have a friend of his. watch this and find out. >> i'm going to show my body too. let's be honest -- >> the question is have you gotten rid of your chest hair? >> i love the way that's flowing. are there's no context or anything. >> obviously brian and arnold are very good friends. would it be okay as his proxy -- >> if i beat him, i beat arnold. let's go. >> he's ready. okay. >> how about that. this is an unscripted situation on television. >> we're out of time.
>> okay. ready? >> my goal is to get you here right sm. >> yes. >> ready and go. >> when ever you're ready, you just start. did you say go? >> go. >> you are about to break our table. >> i don't know if the table can handle this. >> you look strong and you're even stronger. >> good hand shake. great match there. that was one awards show. now we understand you're going to present. it's why you're here in town at the cleo sport awards. >> yes. they asked me to come and present at the awards. it's an incredible experience people are asking me to come do things top. present at the clio sports awards is amazing to be there and present.
i feel because of men's health and "dancing with the stars" it's opened a world of people that now know my name. like y'all asked me to come on again. this is incredible and out of the norm. >> how often do you think about the injuries that left you the way you are now? >> i'll tell you. it sounds corny, but i wouldn't change anything. i've worked hard to get where i'm at. people have supported me and pushed me along the way. now because of the fact that i have gone as far as i have that i'm starting to gain this attention. it's because of people like her and my family that have always pushed me to keep going, keep going. >> you're one american hero noah. jamie, we're excited and thankful to you for your service in this great nation. >> thank you. >> congratulations to all that's come your way. >> sorry we didn't have a bigger table. >> i'm sure brian wanted to use the picnic table. >> jamie, if it's okay i'd like to give you away. is that all right?
>> absolutely. >> if you could pick one first dance, what would it be? salsa, waltz? >> salsa would be nice. he can shake it. >> i think the hustle. >> there you go. >> good luck to both of you. >> thank you so much. >> we wish you the best. great story. half past the top of the hour. new controversy for paula deen. has that crossed the line? are we becoming too sensitive as a country? you saw hillary rope off the press. how would that make you feel everyday? doos is on the loose with the rope. watch out everybody. ♪ ♪ protect you from cancer? what if one push up could prevent heart disease? [man grunts] one wishful thinking, right? but there is one step you can take to help prevent
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some dads will really do anything for their little girls. exhibit a ladies and gentlemen. >> this adorable dad is forced to fill in and doing it well as the flower girl at a wedding when his daughter flat out refuses. >> they can make those decisions. dad scoops up her the for comfort and continues to throw down the rose pedals. >> thumbs up dad. >> how much do they normally pay a flower girl? >> they're paid in candy. >> they're weight in candy. hillary clinton's campaign made a decision to keep the press core away from her so they couldn't ask her questions. how? with a moving rope line in iowa.
they had to be corralled like cattle. the press hated it. wouldn't you? she said this is my last rodeo. suddenly it made sense. a rodeo with a lasso. >> all right. which presidential candidate said to the press, you can cover me but got to be behind the rope tied up? >> i don't know. >> bush. >> obama. >> no. not him. he's not running again i don't think. >> oh okay. ron paul. >> i'm suspecting donald trump. >> that's actually wrong. >> you're fired. >> probably not hillary. >> no idea. >> hillary said it. >> hillary if? >> that's my girl hillary.
>> hillary clinton. >> i knew it. >> she knew it. >> why do you say probably not? >> i don't think that's something she would probably say. >> what difference at this point does it make? >> hillary clinton. >> i guess i understand where she's coming from. media can be intrusive from now and then right? >> what are you talking about? let's see what it's like. this isn't so bad, right? hey now. slow down. not so fast. okay let's go. >> is it just me or does this feel a little weird? >> yeah. >> why don't you go to the end of the line? >> turns out end of the line end of the clothes line. does it make sense? >> now it makes sense. >> i feel impeded here. >> especially if they stop. >> where do you think you're going? hold on. your family there? >> yes, it is.
>> it would be hard to be in new york city all tied up right? >> yes, it would be. >> want top try it? >> no. >> this is great. are you at the end of your rope? >> pretty close. that's a good one. >> now you're officially a string of reporters. funny stuff. i'm out of puns. >> all tied up in knots. not the first time the clintons have done this. back in 1992 little rock, that of course bill clinton. there's the press core behind the rope. >> at a homecoming. he was coming home from a little rally. this is where it began 1992. >> that's even worse than hillary's to be honest. still pretty terrible. >> one of the things to be on the street asking which of the
candidates said you can cover me provided you're behind the rope line? i would say 50% of the people -- these are new yorkers not tourists. 50% could not name one person running for president other than donald trump. >> wow. >> good for trump. >> different kind of poll. >> a lot of people don't pay attention. they pay attention to heather. >> you can see why. she's got something great to bring us. >> got news. good morning to you all. 39 minutes after the hour. paula deen in the news firing her social manager apologizing to fans after this photo popped up on her twitter feed. it shows her dressed ups alucy ball and her son. it's sparking new accusations of racism. >> by itself elisabeth, it may
not have been a big deal n. the. in the context of her controversy, it raises an eyebrow. >> i think blacks have too much time on their hands because we're unemployed with our high unemployment rates. we have to focus on non sense like. >> paula deen was dropped by the food network after using racial comments. an out of control car slams into a trooper pining him underneath the car's wreckage. take a close look. this is david sheers responds to an accident when another driver hydro planed into the car. unbelievable. rescue crews arrived moments later and had to use the jaws of life to free the trooper. he is okay amazingly so. real miracle there. it's one of the strangest calls one new mexico deputy will ever get, at least we hope.
a nod or shakeaked guy running through the streets caught on the dash cam video. he naked can did this. >> sir! sir! get out of there. hey! . >> he stole the deputy's car, drove himself to the hospital. police say he was impaired. they didn't elaborate. >> how would you like to arrest a naked guy? cops deal with a lot don't they? >> they do. >> how do you know what to cuff? >> his hands. what were you thinking? >> i don't know. >> nothing else cuffable. you thought this illegal who killed a woman in cold blood went bad. this is the tip of the iceberg. we have the shocking numbers of illegals with criminal records in this country right minute. that's right. a teenager sees this complex
all right. hot off their world cup win. a huge rally in los angeles. the u.s. women's soccer team is coming to new york for a ticker-tape parade. hat trick superstar carli lloyd arrive back home for the parade. i guess the yankees and giants could give them tips, right? >> reporter: now it's time for the u.s. national team. good morning brian. there have been 205 ticker tape
parades in new york city. they're memorial xized with black granite strips. not one is a woman's sport at all. certainly not the women's soccer team. that's all about to change. here in lower manhattan, the women's international soccer steam will float broadway in true fashion. everyone will bow down to these athletes have they have done for yankees, giants other notables like mandela. listen to carli as she just touched down in her home down. >> been pretty amazing. so proud of the team and everybody. it was a moment we'll always cherish. >> reporter: the last time a woman was honored in any fashion with a ticker tape parade was 55
years ago, olympic ice skater. a lot of people are saying it's about time. what a team to do this with. >> absolutely. i'm sure they'll get the respect they deserve when they get to new york. >> thanks brian. take out pencils and erasers. a math error at boston 's museum of science. a boy said he spotted three mistakes minuses where it should be pluses. the museum said he's right. the smarts of this 10th grader r not going unnoticed. joining us now 15-year-old joseph. >> good morning. >> tell me this in all my years of going to the boston science museum i never noticed the mistake they were missing information. what did you see? who did you tell?
>> first when i walked in i saw my favorite exhibit. i was reading plaques on the wall and noticed the golden ratio is written differently than i had been taught or how i seen it. i told my aunts and uncle steve. i toldle them lele lethem i found an error. they told me to tell the front desk. i told the front desk. we e-mailed later on with my name and number and how we thought there was a mistake in the exhibit. >> wow. now the museum says it's not at all this enterprising student noticed the minus sign. it's in fact less common but no less inaccurate way to present it. do you believe it can be presented both ways now? >> yes. i did research on the internet. it can be written both ways.
>> what a smart guy you are. what do you want to do when you're out of high school and college? you have an eye for spotting inaccuracies. >> maybe go in math science or business fields. maybe engineer. >> you certainly caught their attention and so many. this went viral. good eye for math. thanks for joining us here on "fox & friends." i'm going to do math saying it's about 11 minutes until the top of the hour. thank you joseph. >> thank you. he gunned down a woman in cold blood. this illegal immigrant is the tip of the iceberg. there are over 100 illegal immigrants here with homicide convictions sroaming the streets. we'll have that next. now with martha what's coming up. >> the senseless killing of this
beautiful young woman allegedly by the illegal immigrant with a long rap sheet. we're going to talk about political ramifications of this issue coming up. the pentagon gets ready to cut 40,000 soldiers as isis becomes a bigger threat. senator john mccain and ralph peters on how to face that. we'll see you at the top of the hour. ♪ to steady betty. to steady betty. fire it up! ♪ am i the only one with a meeting?
with sanctuary policies in the u.s. that includes parts of 33 states and includes major cities like houston, miami, boston philadelphia and even new york city. they're coming up absolutely. >> absolutely. we're standing in a sanctuary city now. people here hear sanctuary say and think oh. what does that mean? >> it means a lot but not a lot of good things unfortunately. sanctuary city or county is jurisdiction that bars the use of city or state resources to enforce federal immigration laws. some states allow illegal immigrants charged with minor crimes to be released after posting bail or serving time. they don't notify the federal government. that's what happened with kate steinle. the policy started with churches providing sanctuary for those fleeing violence in the 1980s. it morphed across the country.
>> do we have idea what kind of crime statistics we're talking about committed by illegals? >> this is hard to get control of and get an understanding. we know anecdotally and tragically. we know 30,000 convicted criminal aliens were released by the federal government in 2014 back into the communities. these individuals had been convicted of -- listen to this -- nearly 80,000 crimes including 175 homicides, 400 sexual assaults and let's look at a couple others. terrible terrible murders that may have been caused as a result of these sanctuary and ice policies. 2014 boarder patrol agent was shot to death in front of his wife kids two parents by illegals in texas. they were arrested and deported numerous times. listen to this one. in october 2014 a twice
deported illegal alien gunned down accident daniel oliver and sheriff investigator michael davis jr. in california. happens all the time. >> now that donald trump brought it up we're talking about it. >> hillary clinton is for sanctuary cities. she did speak out against what happened in san francisco. all of the republicans are against it. all the democrats are for it. it breaks down by party lines. >> statistics show -- there's a line up there. peter johnson jr., thank you. scary numbers. >> it is scary. more "fox & friends" two minutes away. emanding weights. take care of all your most important parts with centrum. now with our most vitamin d three ever. aha! cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk. cinnamon toast crunch. crunch! crave those
forgetting things? right, memory problems. >> yes. >> tomorrow we'll have one of the world's best memory champs to give you tips on how to remember where you put the car keys. >> remind me to remind you to remind him. >> we'll see you back here tomorrow on the same couch. bill: breaking details on the murder of the woman in san francisco. the suspect pleading not guilty to her death days after making a confession. i'm bill hemmer live in new york. martha: i'm martha maccallum. francisco sanchez entered a not guilty plea days after he admitted he killed kathryn steinle in a prison interview. claudia callum is live