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you can see falling debris nearly hit several people on a sidewalk in london. and the ugly. a brazilian wife takes revenge on her husband after catching him dining at a restaurant with another woman. the wife stomping on top of his car, destroying it. she was not arrested. >> wow. ouch. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye, everybody. good morning to you. it is thursday, december 10th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. the fbi director admitting a bombshell problem. they still can't access encrypted messages from a terrorist who shot up a texas college. we're live in washington for you. meanwhile, it seems like everybody is bashing donald trump for this comment. >> donald trump j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is
going on. >> what is going on now? brand-new polls out show people are very much behind the donald when it comes to the primaries. and the picture everyone is talking about. a man's pants falling down while he gets a very big award. we want to know what your most embarrassing moment is. are your pants on now? do you plan on putting them on? >> they're on, steve is answering. mornings are better with "friends." steve, that was a polite reminder on your part. wear pants. >> right. >> and a belt. >> we're going to ask you what your most embarrassing moment is. i've had embarrassing moments. i think our body has a way, we
have a fight or flight mechanism, we also have a way of blocking out the most embarrassing moments. i keep trying to get some embarrassing moments but i have nothing. >> that's what you have a best friend for, to remind you of those embarrassing moments. >> if you google any of our names, you'll find some. >> they're online. it's great to have you back. >> i got to see my little guy sing his special christmas song yesterday. >> can't beat that. >> you opened for billy joel. >> it was his moment. he's only 6 once. a fox alert to get to, feds are expected to indict the relative who bought two of the guns in the san bernardino terror attack. >> it isn't clear what charges enrique marquez will face. but we now know, we may have thought he may have up a plot
with gunman syed farook back in 2012. >> and we're learning farook may have been plotting the deadly attack on california teenagers. the feds reportedly finding photos of a nearby high school on his cellphone. of course he was an inspector of about ten area high schools. >> the killer couple radicalized before they they ever even met online. >> do you see where this is going? >> reporter: the couple met online looking for love, but as this investigation unfolds, a much different picture is emerging. fbi director james comey told lawmakers yesterday that both syed and malik were radicalized long before they met online, as far back as two years ago the pair was talking about jihad and
martyrdom long before they became engaged. investigators are poring over two cellphones found in the home. yesterday director comey told lawmakers there could be problems with trying to recover some of that data if it's encrypted and admitted the fbi still hasn't been able to access messages sent by the two would-be terrorists who attempted to carry out a shooting in garland, texas earlier this year. >> that morning, before one of those terrorists left to try to commit mass murder, he exchanged 109 messages with an overseas terrorist. we have no idea what he said because those messages were encrypted. and to this day i can't tell you what he said. >> reporter: as the investigation continues into the san bernardino attack, the first funerals of those killed in the attacks will be held today. of course when it comes to encryption, you can thank apple and google for that. the reason you're able to buy things on your phone, knowing
that people can't hack into it, is thanks to encryption. >> are you comfortable with those killers in texas, thankfully we had great guards who took them out, before he went out on his operation to kill a bunch of people because of a cartoon contest, he talked to somebody in a far away terror land, 109 messages, that we still can't figure out. james comey is basically telling america i can't watch your back if you don't give me the tools. are rand paul and ted cruz comfortable with that? because they're against stopping that encryption. many in their party are turning their back against donald trump. we've heard paul ryan speak out
against him, jeb bush saying this is not a solution. but there are many voters, in a recent fox news poll, that are showing that primary voters in south carolina post those comments from donald trump, have pumped their support 8%. >> this is a fox news poll, done over a couple of days. notice the top line. the support for donald trump before he made the comments about a ban on muslims entering the country was at 30%. after the comments, 38%. that was a split poll over a couple of days. bloomberg did an online poll afterwards and asked primary voters if they favored this particular plan. two-thirds of republicans who plan to vote in the primary said yes, i like that. one third of the republican voters say this makes them more likely to vote for trump. so politically, this has been a
brilliant move by donald trump. >> interesting, though, because those in the establishment have more than stepped away from him at this point saying look, we can't counter what seems to be religious discrimination in the middle east with religious discrimination here, this is not what this country is about. you heard paul ryan say that loud and clear. now people are wondering, hey, is donald trump going to run as an independent? >> what's so fascinating, and we're going to talk in ten minutes to a columnist from "the daily mail" in london, the president warned us, we better not do certain things, and most of america feels totally insecure that the man in the white house is on the case when it comes to the war on terror. then comes donald trump who goes the other way and says, not only am i going to watch your back, i'm going to create new rules, yolk how controversial it is. >> or our unconstitutional.
>> the visa process for admission into our country is a sham and has been abused. if you take away the average person who is not into the political process like we are and everyone behind the cameras and in the control room are and a lot of our viewers are, the average person, they go, donald trump seems to be watching out for me. and that's why i think fundamentally -- i'm doing the radio show yesterday and there was not one person, i must have taken 30 calls yesterday and the day before, not one person against trump. not one. >> the key is, and this is how we have framed it all along, when you talk to the experts, they hate it. the political elites hate it. but regular people like it. you look at what's going on right now, the gop establishment, the left as well, they're trying to do everything they possibly can to get donald trump out of the race. but he is flourishing. and there's talk about whether or not, if he doesn't get the
nomination, maybe he'll run as a third party. once again, that came out last night on "special report." here are two viewpoints from charles krauthammer and tucker carlson. >> that would restrain him from running as a third party, assuming he doesn't win the nomination. it's going to be a lot harder than he thinks. there will be a bar, sort of an invisible bar. i think that's going to be the ross perot number of 19%. i don't think he would come anywhere near that in a general election. and that will be his mark on history. i don't think he likes to be seen as a loser. >> i find this hilarious, the concern about him running as a third party. too late. he already is running as a third party candidate. he rejects the most basic elements of republican orthodoxy on economics, foreign policy. the head of the republican party denounced him personally on television yesterday. donald trump is not running as a
republican, which may be part of reason he's leading. this is a message to republicans. the acid test will be how does he fare next week and the week after as his remarks about muslim immigration sinks in with voters. >> we'll talk about to donald trump himself, he'll be phoning in, as he always does, later on in the problem. also carly fiorina will be joining us live as well. >> i would like to add a couple of things to that. i think tucker carlson was awesome. but i would like to add something. i think democrats should take note too, because if you think republicans are the only ones that should be getting a shot across the bow, i think it's democrats too. people are fed up with the whole process. there is no way donald trump will be a third party candidate because he likes to win. you can't win as a third party. >> i don't get why he's the leader on the republican side by such a larger margin and for the establishment folks on tv and
elsewhere to be ways, well, you know, when he drops out or somebody else takes over. who else is going to take over? right now it looks like he's on the road to nomination. when you look at the reaction of primary voters to this temporary muslim ban, it looks like politically he's doing okay. >> temporary is the question, though. in a war where general after general has said there's no end in sight to this war against radical islam because they've declared for a global caliphate, then when does this ban on muslims entering the country end? when is the end of this temporary ban? >> i don't think you can possibly implement the program without a religious test. but i think he's trying to say listen, i see the problem and at least i want to do something. >> that's the problem with islamic extremism coming into the country. mr. trump will be with us later this morning. meantime, another story.
we start with another developing story. they play baseball but not for fun. instead, they use it to possibly kill americans. a young somali man. tent-year-old abdirizak mohamed warsame is the tenth person of his cell that is accused of helping young somali men to get money and supplies to travel to syria. syrian refugees are getting the red light to settle in texas after a federal judge denied a request to block them from entering the state. nine refugees are expected to arrive there later today. the judge called the evidence against them speckulative hearsay. the troubling cases of
hoverboards exploding and catching fire has prompted action. retailer overstock.com has removed all hoverboards, citing consumer safety. there have been multiple reports of hoverboards exploding while charging, similar to this one in new york that left a home severely damaged. and those are your headlines. must be an electrical wiring problem with a lot of them. >> i have one in my house, i forget what brand it is. >> you better check. >> i better wake somebody. >> thanks, heather. coming up on this thursday, the petition to ban donald trump from the united kingdom is growing by the minute overseas. one british journalist is depending trump's proposal to ban muslims from entering america temporarily. her argument, next. how many voting members of congress are there? should schools give american students citizenship tests? the kansas attorney general behind the idea joins us live, just ahead. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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and the right. now donald trump is slammed overseas. a petition to ban him from great britain is gaining steam. is there sentiment among the brits to ban trump? >> no. that's really why i'm here. although you see those numbers, 300,000 plus on a petition, that's not the real story in the uk. that's part of the story. people here love to click on a petition, it makes them feel like they're doing something. the truth is a quarter of the population here in the uk are right behind donald trump. and for a specific political party, 60% of their member are right behind donald trump as well. we have seen our nation kind of ripped apart by this consistent message from kind of government structures, from the state, from our state broadcasters, to say
we're multicultural, we love it. we've seen our people jump out to say, absolutely there is no islamophobeia here in the uk, we're so multi-cultural, we love it. the truth is very different on the streets. there are places in the uk that people like me certainly wouldn't want to walk. there are places in the uk who feel like they've completely transformed into muslim-only areas. we have had groups patrolling the streets to say, this is a muslim area, keep out. >> that's interesting, a big pushback, a difference between the people and the politician. donald trump came out and said in places in paris and london, there's places that are no-go zones. some officers don't want to wear their uniforms when they're not on duty. let's listen to one of them talk right now. >> it was reported, it doesn't mean it was true, that police
officers, it was being suggested that you didn't wear your uniforms. >> it's not advised to wear sort of -- certainly half blues or uniform coming from work. >> if they're saying you don't want to come into work and then change, there's a fear out there, isn't there? >> wow. that's a radio show in britain. people being honest. your message as we come to this very issue as we face it a little bit later than you did. >> exactly. i think britain, i think europe is a strong case for the u.s. to look at and think, do we really want to become like europe. merkel said yes, migrants, come here, you're welcome. we've got 1 million migrants there, they have massive security issues. they've200,000 probably not accounted for. police officers are saying, we can't even wear half blues over
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of its foundation. the severe weather has been blamed for at least two deaths. steve? >> thank you very much. pop quiz. do you know who your u.s. congressman is or what's in the bill of rights? a brand-new proposal suggests all american high school students should be required to take and pass a citizenship test. the attorney general of my own state of kansas want schools to use the test in middle schools. is that a good idea? kansas attorney general derek schmidt joins us live from kansas city. >> thanks for having me on. >> great to have you. why do you think this is a good idea? >> president reagan said we don't pass along freedom to the next generation in our bloodstream, it has to be fought for and earned. it also has to be learned and taught. we already used the citizenship
exam as a test for new citizens who come here by choice. it seems to me we should use that more broadly. we could all use a refresher as to why and how we govern ourselves as we do. >> you touched on it, when a person becomes a citizen there are 106 questions that would be possibly be on the exam. we're going to put up two of the possible questions. first of all, and everybody should know this, what is the capital of your state? and who is the commander in chief of the u.s. military? if you don't know those, you probably shouldn't graduate from high school, should you? >> well, i think that's probably right. our suggestion has been in kansas to use a more sort of incentive-based approach as opposed to a mandate. but i certainly won't be opposed to the concept that if you don't have that basic knowledge about
how our government system works, then you aren't peeped to participate as a citizen. yeah, i would be a big fan of the idea that we need to do much, much better in making sure that basic knowledge is sent along to the next generation. >> sure. we should point out, this is not just an initiative on the part of kansas. there's an institute and what they're trying to do is make sure there is some sort of a literacy test regarding the u.s. and how it works if you're going to graduate from high school. we're going to put up on the screen the nine states currently requiring the passage of an exam. arizona, louisiana, idaho, south carolina, north dakota, south dakota, tennessee, utah, and wisconsin. 26 other states, including kansas, right, derek, working with the institute on trying to make this happen in more states. >> yeah, i really commend them for their leadership at the institute. they've used that important symbolic deadline, the
anniversary of the constitution coming up in 2017 to get every state on board with this. i hope we do our part in kansas. it makes very good sense. we ought to be celebrating knowledge, not celebrating ignorance. we've all seen those sort of man on the street moments where people get asked these obvious fundamental questions about how we all live together in a self-governing society and folks just don't know. there are a lot of americans that don't know those basic things and we all ought to. >> the final thing i wanted to stress is, your suggestion, in the state of kansas, is not you have to pass it to go to the next grade level. instead, you've got a different kind of incentive, right? >> that's exactly right. we're working with our board of education, with educators, others around the state to try to come up with the right sort of recognition. but i'm a big believer that people tend to learn better when you make them want to learn, you give them an incentive as opposed to the government or the
school says you must do this. i want this to work. this is about conveying knowledge and people really learning, at least for me. it's not about just having another test that has to be checked along. we're trying to find the right way to make that happen. >> if everybody in this country knows everything about this country, what will jesse waters do? derrick schmidt, derek, thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you, steve. what do you think about that? e-mail us. coming up, he was a terror suspect at gitmo but we let him go. we'll give you one guess what he's doing now. that's right, he returned to his previous job. and it's a picture everybody is talking about, a man's pants falling down when he gets an award in front of the president of his country. we want to know what's your most embarrassing moment. e-mail us. ♪
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all right. your shot of the morning. croatia's human rights leader losing his pants, accepting an award from the country's president. it made us wonder. >> we showed you the hilarious pictures yesterday and they're going viral. we want to know what your most embarrassing moment is. >> because we want to share it with america. send us your photo through e-mail, facebook, or twitter, and we'll share the best of those a little later in the show. has that ever happened to you? >> pants dropping? when i was talking to the attorney general of kansas, i remembered something embarrassing that happened to me many years ago when i was statehouse correspondent in topeka, which is the capital of
kansas. on my last day, the attorney general for the state called me into his office and he had all of the state press around, and then he put a pie in my face, which was hilarious, and -- >> to everybody except you. >> it was fine. it was a funny thing. but apparently the pie had been out for a little while and i wound up getting food poisoning. it was on my schnoz, on my mouth. it was a funny picture. i'll show you the picture tomorrow. >> that takes embarrassing to a whole new level. >> so i know you're saying to yourself, i have embarrassing moments i want to share with my family, why not let the whole planet know how embarrassing it was? we have a lot of viewers. let's just get it out. >> we can't wait. we've all been there. send them our way and we'll be sure to share them. >> united in embarrassment. >> it happens to everybody. >> let's have some group therapy this morning. good morning to you all, i
hope you're all having a great day. an unbelievable story, or perhaps not. this guy bragged about his personal relationship with osama bin laden. now this former gitmo detainee is following in his dead pal's footsteps. a brand-new report says that he is now an al qaeda leader in yemen. in 2010 he pleaded guilty. two years later he was released from gitmo and sent back to s d sudan. overnight, protestors called for mayor rahm emanuel to step down. take a look at this. protestors shoving police and blocking streets. that unrest sparked by dash cam video of teenager laquan mcdonald being shot and killed by a police officer. that video was not released for 13 months. mayor rahm emanuel had this to
say yesterday. >> we're also going to begin the healing process. the first step in that journey is my step. and i'm sorry. >> the mayor says he has no plans to step down. one california family getting an early christmas present. a navy dad returning home from his final deployment to surprise his three children. their reactions, priceless. watch. >> one, two, three. >> such a cute picture. >> hi, daddy. >> those always make me start to cry, elisabeth too. so sweet as he pops out from behind santa claus. rob stella has been deployed for the last year. how great is the surprise? it happened a day before his daughter's tenth birthday.
happy birthday and what a present that is. those are your headlines. happy to bring you that nice story. >> the magic of santa. thanks. >> thank you. it is 25 minutes before the top of the hour. it's another chilly day here, not quite winter yet. >> we're looking at chilly temperatures across the northeast today. we'll be seeing high temperatures not bad at all for this time of year. we'll make it into the middle 50s in places like new york city. we are tracking some light showers across parts new england this morning. also some showers across the northern plains and part of the upper great lakes that are part of a much stronger storm as we head farther west. you can see we have heavy rain in places like seattle, portland, down into northern california. higher elevations will be getting pummeled with snow as well, heavy snow forecast across parts of the inner mountain
west. 60s in the southeast. cross texas a mild one, 70s and 80s the forecast high temperatures for today. let's head back inside. >> thanks, maria. she's been entertaining audiences for a decade. ♪ >> gloria stefan's life story hits the stage in a brand-new broadway musical. let's step into the foxlight with fox's vp of marketing who got an inside look. >> that's right, guys. time to get on your feet. i had a chance to sit down with the legendary gloria stefan and her husband emilio. the two of them are taking broadway by storm in a show that is very unique to the american experience. ♪
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just a musical to them. >> we got the opportunity to promote our culture through our music, that culture that we're both american but still cuban deep inside, which is what made our music sound different. now we get to bring that story to the great white way. >> at the end it inspires people. >> when that curtain goes up and you see all of us, that right there is authenticity. you can't teach people how to be a culture. we just have it. it's in our bones. we get to tell that story. man, i couldn't have asked for a better job. >> at the heart of it all -- >> i tell people, i have my own career as a producer. she's a smart woman and she's made every decision in her career. >> we're also very different. he's electric and i'm very
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save the diplomats there. the only thing that was missing was a green light from the state department. andrew napolitano is here with reaction. this is big. >> this is huge. and it's extremely troublesome for the obama administration today and for mrs. clinton and her tenure as the secretary of state, because the obama administration and mrs. clinton, when she was secretary of state and since she left, has been arguing and arguing consistently that there was no notice and no opportunity for military personnel to support and defend the consulate. remember, there are three attacks. after the first attack is when this e-mail is sent. there's a five-hour gap between the first attack and the second and third. >> meaning there was time to do something? >> absolutely. the ambassador and his bodyguards are alive in that five-hour time period.
you have military personnel in washington, dc communicating with military personnel in italy saying can you get there fast. the guy in italy is saying, yes, we need to know we're not going to be fired at by the host country when we land in benghazi. >> but they were ready to do that? >> yes. what does the state department do? >> nothing. >> nothing. >> nothing. >> now, this cuts both ways. the media has not covered this. >> they have not. >> it is extremely problematic for the obama administration. the gowdy committee did not ask mrs. clinton about this. it's inconceivable that they didn't have this e-mail. the history of the e-mail is very interesting. judicial watch, which started all this in a simple freedom of information act request, asked for this e-mail. they got back a letter from the defense department saying, too secret, we're not going to give it to you. a judge examined the e-mail and said release it. two days ago it was released. not a word from the
administration or mrs. clinton yet. >> what does this e-mail indicate on the part of the state department and hillary clinton? >> it indicates that secretary of defense panetta was not either knowledgeable or truthful when he told the senate we didn't have the troops. and that mrs. clinton has a lot of explaining to do, because she has been part of the administration narrative, we didn't have the time or availability of troops. remember, the ambassador is murdered because these troops weren't there. >> and remember this, zero minutes, on this e-mail revelation covered by the mainstream media. that is near criminal. thank you for that. >> you're welcome. coming up, do you think you can turn your kids' talent into cold, hard cash? you're about to find out how. this holiday season, get ready for mystery. what's in the trunk? nothing.
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ever since the age of 4, max has shown an amazing talent for wake boarding. he's 9 years old now and already has sponsors, professional sponsors, as a 9-year-old. but as a parent, how much should you invest in your child's talent for the future? you could spend a lot. should you be taking their talent to the bank when they're 9? >> joining us now is the author of the couple's guide to financial compatible with wake boarding superstar max sitnikoff and his mom maria. thank you so much for joining us. max, you're good. you're really good. do you love it? >> yeah, i love it. >> when did you start? >> i started when i was 3 years old. >> when you were fearless and 3. now look how good you are. >> that's right. and maria your family is from russia. one of the reasons you moved to california was so that max
could -- he could do this wake boarding. why are you investing so much in his future right now, financially? you know, he's only 9. >> but honestly, every single parent has a dream of their child becoming a star or being really professional in something. >> yeah. >> so, every parent actually invests into his child one way or another. and, plus, ever since he was 3, he was showing like really good results, and he's been around really professional coaches, and pro riders and everybody kept saying oh, he's got a talent. >> steve and i talk all the time, you see something in your kids, you want to do what's best for them. >> we all want to do what's best for your kids but it should be something that's part of your lifestyle budget. you don't want to be sacrificing other parts of your financial plan, too. you don't want to interrupt your retirement to be paying for all these things. >> so give maria some tips. what should she be doing? >> well, maria has a gifted kid
her in max and so forth. from our standpoint you want to make sure that maria should be talking with her husband as well, they're on the same page, because there's a lot -- >> he's a wake border. i think he's on board. >> maybe maria's not though. maybe he is but she's not. from a travel standpoint and cost and all this stuff adds up. people think about just the team cost but traveling, parents being away, the time being away of parents, so -- >> one-on-one coaching. >> it is extremely expensive. and as maria mentioned earlier you get these people that tell you your kid's extremely talented, you need to follow through and you've got to be careful that they don't have a bias at the same time, too. >> meaning their bias is they want you to buy their services and their coaching. >> and therefore you need to look at what is their level of talent. and that's where you take it to an unbiased type source, or at the end of the day, it's competition. how are they doing when they compete? are they winning? are they doing well? if they're doing auditions are they getting parts. >> are they having fun? max you're having fun when you do this, right? >> yeah. i have fun. >> and that's supertrue, is that
sometimes it's the parents' dreams and not the kid's dreams. from the passion standpoint the kid needs to have a passion. you don't want to look at it where it's just a job for them. >> maria, what's your dream for your boy? >> well, i want him to be educated. and an athlete. and whatever -- because i still keep him at the school, and don't allow him to be in a house setting. but i still want him to do as much sports as he can, so he can actually use his talents. >> from an educational standpoint there are no scholarships for retirement so as a parent you need to make sure you're putting money aside. i talk about this in the couple's guide to financial katibility, making sure parents are communicating, their plans are in place and they're on the same page. >> good luck to all of you. >> thank you. >> it's been fun max. thanks for being with us today. >> see you at the olympics. >> yeah. >> oh, he was so great. >> yep. >> coming up we've got a big show for you coming your way. carly fiorina will join us on the curvy couch and then donald
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make sure their whooping cough vaccination is up to date. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about you and your family getting a whooping cough vaccination today. good morning to you, it is thursday, december 10th, i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. disturbing new details about other potential plots by the california terror team. why photos of a high school turned up on one of the shooter's phones. plus potential charges coming for the family friend who may have helped them plot it all. and, it seems like everyone's bashing donald trump for this comment. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> carly fiorina is here to
react. and donald trump himself in 30 minutes. >> and, uh-oh. what did her husband do to deserve that vehicle right there? she's not happy. i'm sure you can guess what he did to have her doing that. live from new york city, "fox & friends" for a thursday. >> carrie underwood song. do that to a cadillac. same idea? >> i took my -- how does it go again? >> oh, yeah, i dug my keys into the side. this would be a good way for tova to really jump into the -- >> but that video we showed you, that must be -- someone must have a broken heart to do something like that. >> some people sob and some
people beat you up. >> revenge. >> right. >> revenge, i think it's part of america. >> i mean, for whatever her husband did, you're going to find out what it is, she is very disappointed with his behavior. >> turns out, he left -- the husband left the toothpaste cap off. >> that will do it. >> every time. >> this is the song. >> ♪ and you don't know i dug my key into the side of his pretty little souped up four wheel drive ♪ ♪ carved my name into his leather seats ♪ ♪ i took a louisville slugger >> let me tell you -- is it better doing that or getting a couple's therapist? >> i think it's a warning. >> here's the problem with that song, i can never picture her doing that. >> no. >> side of her we're just not familiar with. >> you don't see that on american idol. >> you don't indeed. that story is coming up in a short bit. right now a fox news alert for this hour. two minutes after the top of the hour here in new york city.
and justice for terror. the man pictured right there who apparently bought two rifles, used in the san bernardino massacre, will likely now face criminal charges. >> this is brand-new evidence suggests that syed farook may have been plotting to attack a high school. >> yeah a high school 2,500 students. jonathan hunt is live in san bernardino with the latest. jonathan, this thing's not going away. gets deeper by the day. >> it certainly does brian. and we're now hearing that enrique marquez, who as you rightly pointed out was a former neighbor of syed farook, the man who supplied farook and his wife tashfeen malik with two of the assault rifles used in last week's deadly attack may now face charges. those charges likely to be material support for terrorism. that news first reported last night by cbs news. there is also this disturbing evidence now, that perhaps that
farook was planning other attacks. they have found, obviously, as you know, cell phones on one cell phone used by syed farook. officials also found pictures of carter high school in nearby rialto. now, farook in his job as an environmental health inspector inspected school kitchens, and food facilities, as part of that job. some of the photos show him in the kitchens of those schools. but clearly, there is some concern that perhaps he was also casing those schools as potential targets. we also learned, of course, from the fbi director james comey that farook and his wife tashfeen malik were radicalized sometime ago. listen here to james comey. >> online, as late as -- as early as the end of 2013, they were talking to each other about jihad and martyrdom, before they became engaged, and then married
and lived together in the united states. >> and the funerals of the victims begin today. back to you guys. >> all right. jonathan, we thank you very much. regarding the guy who apparently bought the rifles, the guy in the bike helmet, we learned yesterday that apparently he is married to farook's sister-in-law, but it looks like i was reading the daily mail of london this morning, it looks like the marriage was a sham, though, because she is living with another man. and the big question is, was the marriage then arranged by some third party or by isis or something like that? they're looking into that. >> that guy he posted an apology on facebook right after the shooting. >> he checked in to a mental institution. >> i would do that, too, rather than get arrested. i mean why he's out of jail now i don't know. i'm sure they have a method to it. this is what people are thinking about right now. how many other fiance visas have we allowed in here who are terrorists waiting to pounce?
>> americans are, like you said, more than concerned at this point. they're afraid. they're looking for solutions. donald trump offered his. and politically he's come under a lot of fire for saying he wants to ban muslims from entering the united states, temporarily, he says, but his party is stepping back away from that. calling it impractical and as far as something as a chaotic solution, as some have said. paul ryan stood up and said this is not what our party represents. but when it comes to the average american voter, particularly in south carolina, a new fox news poll actually has his support jumping after he made those comments. before his comments about muslims, he had 30% of primary voters there for the republican party in south carolina. >> we've got a graphic. >> after that comment, his support jumped to 38%. so what does that tell you? there's a big divide between political leaders and those that are actually going to be casting the votes. >> absolutely. there's also a bloomberg poll that was done online after donald trump's comments. 65% of primary voters in the
republican primary like his idea for the temporary muslim ban. two-thirds liked the ban. meanwhile, more than a third, 37% of republican voters, say this makes them more likely to vote for trump. was this a political calculation before he made it? his statement on monday. don't know. just know that what we've seen so far is it appears to be something positive for people who are going to vote. >> the top issues in that poll also coming out among likely republican primary voters, by 39%, national security. >> of course. >> 40% of the importance is going to national security. and second under that at 24% was the economy. so you think of someone who's the most vocal on those two issues in a way of reaching the everyday american it's donald trump. some saying this isn't practical and it's not constitutional. >> where is global warming on that list? >> not on there. it's many scrolls down. >> we don't have that kind of time. meanwhile in britain there was immediate uproar from david
cameron on down to ban donald trump from going over to their country. a petition, whether he becomes president or not, he's not going to be allowed here. >> 408,000 people in the uk don't want donald trump to come. >> so the daily mail has a columnist, katie hopkins who said i don't care how many people are clicking on this petition, the average uk-er is not -- understands where donald trump's coming from and doesn't want america to have what we have. listen. >> people here love to click on a petition. it makes them feel like they're doing something. but the truth is, a quarter of the population here in the uk are right behind donald trump. we have seen our nation kind of ripped apart by this consistent message from kind of government structures. there is no islamophobia here in the uk. you can walk everywhere. everywhere is free and open. we're so multicultural, we love it. and the truth is very different on the streets. there are places in the uk that people like me certainly wouldn't want to walk. there are places in the uk that
feel like they've completely transformed into muslim-only areas. and we have had groups patrolling the streets to say this is a muslim area, keep out. >> meanwhile in this country, while we're fighting over donald trump's comments, trying to figure out to balance religious liberty with security, the country of france, using their emergency powers right now, have closed three mosques citing a pattern of radicalization. i saw a story this morning. they may close as many as 150 over there. >> what does that tell you? >> they understand what's going on. they just lost almost 200 people and others are fighting for their lives in hospitals. nine minutes after the hour. heather nauert's been following other stories. unlike other networks we're covering more than just one story. >> that's right. this first story is related to what we were just talking about. our security here at home. and it is a developing story at that. they played paintball but not for fun. they used it to prepare for combat.
to possibly kill innocent americans. according to u.s. investigators. this morning a leader of a young somali american group in minnesota is now under arrest accused of conspiring to help isis. 20-year-old is the 10th person of a cell that is accused of helping young somali men get passports, money, and supplies to travel to syria. syrian refugees get the green light to go into texas. a federal judge denying a second request to block them from entering that state. nine refugees are expected to arrive there today. twelve others arrived on monday. the judge calling evidence in the case speculative hearsay. the state doesn't want the refugees because of the security concerns after the attacks in paris. he is calling himself a warrior for babies. the man accused of shooting up a planned parenthood in colorado leaving three people dead had this to say to a judge. listen. >> kill the babies, that's what
planned parenthood does. let's let it all come out. truth -- you're trying to silence the truth. you're trying to make me -- you want -- >> i think the problem is obvious, judge. >> robert dear's public defender also represented the colorado movie theater shooter james holmes. i'll see you back here in just a little bit. >> all right, heather, thank you very much. meanwhile coming up the $6.5 million lottery jackpot was in oregon but the winner, he's in iraq. we're going to explain that. >> and carly fiorina, presidential candidate for 2016 up next with her opinion on donald trump's comments. and donald trump himself will respond to all the critics. ahead.
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>> mr. trump's not a serious person, not a serious candidate. >> well, there you got hillary clinton and the republican establishment slamming donald trump after he suggests banning all muslims from entering the united states temporarily until they can figure out what to do about the problem. >> but is this something that the gops are actually tuning out the democrats on? 2016 presidential candidate carly fiorina joins us now. okay, mrs. fiorina, this is a hot topic. as an outsider yourself, would you separate from the establishment and say, i would run as a third party if you didn't feel as though they were behind you? >> well, look, i think the republican party has lots of candidates with lots of different points of view. but a temporary ban on all muslims entering the united states won't work. listen to what you reported this morning. we have incompetence on behalf of the federal government. they missed a fake address in a fiance visa. they missed these two radicalized islamic terrorists
who apparently were radicalized years ago, but despite all the metadata collection, they missed it. this is government incompetence, and further, it would not help us figure out who's trying to harm us here at home, and it isn't a plan to destroy isis overseas. so it won't work. i have a plan to help us here at home identify these people, which involves, among other things, making sure that we re-examine all these visa programs, making sure that our investigators have access to every piece of data they need. which involves engaging the private sector, because the patriot act was written in 2001. that's 14 years ago. it's generations in technology. >> right. >> but the private sector can help here. and we must deny them territory abroad. by the way, hillary clinton doesn't have a plan. barack obama doesn't have a plan. but donald trump doesn't have a plan, either. >> so james comey came out yesterday and said lins, before those texas shooters were gunned down, there was 109 different communications overseas we can't get to, because the telecoms
aren't being transparent. is that going to attack that, your plan? >> look, we must engage the private sector. let me tell you a story -- >> but they don't want to engage back. >> when i was the ceo of hewlett-packard -- not true. they're not being appropriately engaged. i've been in the telecom industry. i've been in the technology industry. i know how long these companies hold onto records. when i was the ceo of hewlett-packard i was asked for very specific help right after 9/11 by the nsa. i provided that help. my company provided that help. the technology sector is an innovative place. they have moved so far beyond the patriot act, and sadly the terrorists have moved with them. but our government, no. our government is a vast inept bureaucracy right now. when our fbi head says, whoops, we missed it, just like we whoops, missed the boston bombers. we have to deal with government incompetence. and we must engage the private sector in solving this problem. but meanwhile, you know, waving your arms and talking about
banning muslims temporarily does nothing. it does nothing to deny them territory abroad, which we must do. and it does nothing to protect us at home. so let's get a real plan to protect us at home, and deny them their territory overseas. i have such a plan. i've been around our military and intelligence capabilities for years. i know most of our arab allies. we have to actually do something that works. >> okay. >> instead of waving our arms and trying to sow conflict. >> so you detailed parts of your plan. and we talked earlier about donald trump's temporary muslim ban. you don't like that. and yet, mrs. fiorina when you look at the brand new fox news poll taken down in south carolina, half of it was taken before the plan that he announced, the other half after. before the plan, 30% of the people said that they would support him. and then afterwrtds it spiked to 38%. and there's a bloomberg poll that say two-thirds of primary voters like his ban. they like the idea.
>> are the american people getting it wrong? >> well, i think the american people are afraid. i understand that. and the american people are frustrated. i understand that, too. and so it is irresponsible of someone to play on that fear and frustration and not offer a plan. but instead just fan the flames of fear and frustration. we actually have to do something about this. when donald trump is asked, what are you going to do about isis, his answer is, oh, you don't want to know what i'm going to do. that's because he doesn't know what he's going to do. fear and frustration are real. i understand them. but we have to solve the problem. and that takes leadership, and it takes practical solutions. not simply playing on people's fears and frustrations. >> all right. >> which are real. >> joining us from concord, new hampshire this morning. carly fiorina. thank you very much for being with us today. >> thanks for having us. >> great to see you. >> all right. ten minutes before the bottom of the hour.
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in celebration of super bowl 50 bud light is doing something they've never done before. pro football hall of fame running back and heisman trophy winner marcus allen joins us live with the details he simply wants to break here and pop open here. >> first of all, i'm presenting you guys with your own super bowl can. >> wow. thank you very much. >> for your team that you play for. >> right here side by side. >> the logo for marcus allen only. i've got the kansas city chief.
elisabeth's husband worked for the redskins. and of course brian's hometown team is the jets. >> right. but my favorite is the giants. >> go ahead, marcus. >> official cans of the national football league is unveiling the super bowl can series in honor of super bowl 50. the 40 super bowl teams that will feature past winners i think it's going to be a great collectible. i think people are going to love it. and it really sort of speaks to the experience that bud light tries to create. >> so while the cans are different, it's the same beer inside, right? >> yes, it's the same beer. just the can. >> let's test. >> this is also a great way to find out how many fans you have out there, too. i think that's such a smart way to see who is buying what cans. >> you're absolutely right. if you're a steeler fan, that's six super bowls. you can build your dynasty. you can have a trophy case in your refrigerator. >> marcus, the other thing is we're leaving roman numerals behind now. finally breaking into 5-0. >> don't say that. because mine was 18. now we're talking about super bowl 50.
>> but you look like you're 18. >> i appreciate that. >> what do you use moisturizer? what's going on with you? >> listen here, we run into the super bowl every year. at one point -- >> you're supposed -- >> for now it's kind of scary because he keeps bumping into me. >> you realize i see you every super bowl. >> that's what i'm saying. >> it's the craziest thing. >> marcus is hanging out. i'm working. >> oh, i'm working, as well. >> you're working a different thing. all right so the other thing is you're a heisman trophy winner. >> yes, i am. >> the heisman trophy is going to be given out this weekend. >> yes, it is. >> we've got some finalists. >> who do you like? >> mccalf fry is great, watson is great, and we've got henry from alabama. this is always difficult for me because i try to identify the best person, not the guy who is on the number one team, or who is in a popular conference. i try to avoid the popularity contest. i really want the best guy to win. and it is always very difficult -- >> you mean the best player, the
best person -- >> the best player. >> leadership? >> i think all that matters. all that matters. and when you talk about that, that is something that really they talk about at the high school. most of those people that are up for the award are 4.0 students. so they -- this is something that i think is a very, very important, character does matter. but you certainly want to look at the athleticism and we want that to be, obviously, on display and we want the best person. >> right. >> that's the key. not the most popular person. >> exciting time. >> and if you win it you vote for it. that's what people should understand. you never check out. it's the ultimate club to be in. >> yes, it is. i think it was ten years old or eleven years old i decide the that i wanted to win a heisman trophy. i had a speech already written. >> get out of here. >> absolutely. >> i was living the secret before the book was written. and i certainly changed my speech later. i mean it was sort of -- >> you're talking about the
future -- >> absolutely. >> when i was ten i wanted to win it, too. that didn't work out for me. marcus, thank you very much for bringing this -- >> thanks for having me. >> great to see you. >> okay. coming up straight ahead. talk about an angry bird, has donald trump finally met his match? we're going to ask him about this awkward moment that he taped for "time" magazine, and a lot more. >> and the picture. >> it's the picture everyone is talking about. a man's pants falling down when he gets an award from his country's president? oh, man. we ask you for more embarrassing moments and we're going to share them, next.
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well, it's the shot of the morning to say the least. donald trump dodging a bald eagle during a photo shoot for "time" magazine. >> "time" magazine releasing this outtake video with the eagle named uncle sam. trump was a runner-up for person of the year. the winner was angela merkel. let's bring in republican presidential candidate donald trump. so, were you a little frightened by that bird? >> no, not really. but i did like what bill o'reilly said last night in his editorial. i thought that was great. >> which was? >> well, he said i should have been chosen. but -- >> man of the year? >> but i said i'll never be chosen because i'm not a part of the "time" establishment, and i think they absolutely picked the wrong person. i think they picked the person that's really done tremendous damage to germany. and germany's got a lot of problems right now, including crime that it never had. and i think you're going to see a total disaster. so they picked somebody that i thought was inappropriate. but i said i would never be chosen by "time." even though i was on the cover a few weeks ago. >> well, the angela merkel is
taking in hundreds of thousands of refugees. >> right. and exactly right. and you see what's happening with hundreds of thousands of refugees. germany is in turmoil. and there's crime all over the place. by the way, we have to take care of the refugees. i think it's fine. we should build a safe zone in syria, and not destroy all of europe. you know, europe is going through a problem now. they've never had this before. in a million years. i mean, we are watching something take place in the world because of leaders and our president is at the top of the leader list of making bad decisions. but if you look at what's happening to europe, and germany is the one that's caused a lot of the problems. when they chose her, actually very surprised. >> mr. trump, talk about leadership. you're leading a recent fox news poll out of south carolina and this comes after your comments saying that you were going to temporarily put a hold on muslims entering the country. prior to that you had 30%
primary republican voters in south carolina. after your comments you had 38% there. so a jump there. but let me ask you this, when it comes to how temporary this program is, when we hear general after general say we're in this for the long haul, this war against radical islam, there's no end in sight, so when would you allow, as president of the united states, if, in fact this were constitutional and able to be implemented by asking someone their religion but when would muslims be allowed back in? >> when people can be properly vetted. they have to be vetted. we have people coming into this country, we have no idea who they are. this horrible young woman that came in and shot people with her so-called husband last week, she was not vetted. she came in through the process. she was not vetted. they didn't know who she was. they asked her a couple of questions, she came in. and then she went on a rampage with the husband. and this is what's happening. and you have other people out there ready to do the same thing. you have these people sitting in their unit, in their apartment, with tremendous amounts of
ammunition, and bomb -- pipe bombs all over the floor. and many people saw this. >> yeah. >> and nobody reported it. i mean, there's great hatred out there elisabeth. you have tremendous hatred out there. and until we find out what's going on, and that's all i'm saying. i want this to be temporary. you saw many of my friends who are muslims came out and they said, you know, we like donald. and i've gotten calls from muslims at a high level -- >> but how do you find out -- >> but elisabeth, at a high level thanking me for bringing out this problem. because they know they have a real problem. >> so let me ask you, a lot of people say well donald trump came out with this statement about muslims until we know what the hell is going on here we're not letting any in because a poll came out showing that ted cruz was ahead of you in iowa and you know how to steal back the -- the media, the spotlight. how do you -- what's your response? >> okay, well the poll that came out was a small poll, and it was an outlier in my opinion, because about five hours later, a major cnn poll came out where
i was way ahead in iowa. i was ahead by a lot. you know that. you do know that. and so i was way ahead in iowa. so i wasn't behind in iowa, i was way ahead. and now i'm ahead and forget about even before this, i was ahead in every state poll and every national poll, so i certainly didn't do it for that reason. in fact you could say that was risky. now i understand that the new polls that have come out have had me even higher because a lot of people agree with me. but i certainly didn't do it for poll numbers. >> mr. trump, there's a new bloomberg poll out that says 65% of primary voters like your proposed temporary muslim ban. in the mean time, you turn on the television, it seems like, you know, every commentator hates the idea, the republican elites, the republican establishment teamed up with the democrats, it looks like where they're all trying to take you down. >> you know, steve, that's been the story of my life. and i've done very well. i have to tell the truth. i'm a truthful person. and, you know, the establishment
is foolish. these are foolish people. i watched your piece before me where you talking about closing mosques in france -- >> that's right. they closed three so far. >> right. and the woman from the daily mail who is saying what a disastrous problem they have in uk. and all of these things, and a lot of people don't say that. you know, in london they're talking about, oh, what donald trump said. well i have friends that say they've got a lot of problems. and they don't want to be honest with their people. and it's a camouflage. no, the establishment seems to be against me. but i'll tell you who's not against me are the voters. because, the people in the street, the people that you interview on the street, you know, they had one network yesterday that went out looking for people, and they wanted to find people, they couldn't find anybody against me. all the people were saying good things. >> the people on the street, we're going to talk to in just a minute after this interview and we're going to find out how they feel -- >> well that's very good. i like that. >> mr. trump, i'm just hearing now that you have canceled, and tell us if this is true or not,
canceled your visit which was scheduled a couple weeks ago with prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he did reject your recent comments about muslims. is that why you are no longer planning to visit? >> well, you know, he was very much -- in fact i did a campaign ad for him, and he's a good man. but i didn't want to put him under pressure. you know, he said we have a meeting. and he looks forward to the meeting and all of that. but i didn't want to put him under pressure number one. i also did it because i'm in the midst of a very powerful campaign that's going very well. and it was not that easy to do. so, i would say lots of different reasons. i could have done it. it was semischeduled. but i decided i'd really focus on this. you know, i was the grand marshal of the israeli day parade when it was a very, very tough time for israel. and i have a lot of israel friends, and a lot of support. a lot of friends from israel and a tremendous amount of support from the people of israel. and believe me, i think that the worst thing that ever happened to israel happened to be barack obama. that i can tell you.
so what i'm doing is postponing it, and i think that was the better alternative. >> well, so let's talk about congressman jolly, he hopped on the house floor and says i call on donald trump to drop out. the speaker, i have to repudiate what he said. and on top of that, you had josh earnest, not only say that you shouldn't be saying what you're saying, he even mocked your hair. what's your reaction, number one, to josh earnest? >> well, it just shows you, i mean i assume he was kidding. but as you know the three of you know it's my hair. okay? but he said -- >> it is your hair. >> he said, it's not his hair. and i said, isn't that disgusting for a presidential representative to make that comment. i assume he was joking. but, for a presidential person, representing us in such tough times, we have terrorism, and all of the problems, for him to make that comment, i thought it was so ridiculous. and you know, i get kidded about that all the time. and it's fine. it doesn't matter. but when you see in these times, for a guy like that to make -- by the way, to lie.
he lied just like obama lied about obamacare. just like they lied about so much. this administration's one big lie. >> mr. trump, let me ask you about the truth then. when you gave your word that you would not run as a third party candidate, are you planning on being a man of your word and not running as a third party candidate? >> i think it's highly unlikely. but elisabeth they gave me their word that it would be a level playing field. and i assume it will be. and, look, it's very simple. i'm leading in every poll. i'm leading every single -- i'm leading in every national poll, everything. i'm leading by tremendous numbers. you put the numbers up all the time. i'm leading. i can't make them up. you're the one that just came out with a new south carolina poll. i'm leading in north carolina. i'm leading in everything. >> if you -- >> obviously, elisabeth, obviously i want to run as a republican and i'm a conservative and that's what i'm going to do. now, if they're unfair to me, and the playing field becomes totally, you know, you're the one that brought up the word establishment, not me, if the establishment goes after -- i don't know.
i have lots of options open. but, my deal would be they treat me fairly and i'm going to treat them fairly. i don't want to leave. i mean, did you ever hear of a republican leading by 20 and 22 and 25 points, and all of a sudden i'm going to say oh, i'm going to return as an independent? it doesn't work that way. no i'm running -- i'm running as a republican. >> all right. donald trump, who is joining us from somewhere in the trump empire today. mr. trump, thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> all right. >> you just heard donald trump respond to his critics. now we want to hear from you. anna kooiman is hitting the streets of new york city. we're going to hear from those folks who just listened to donald, next. >> cannot wait for that. and gifts guaranteed to bring out your inner child. the toys for your kids that you are going to want to play with, too. first the trivia question of the day, born on this day in 1964 this celebrity chef judged the iron chef and the next food network star. who is he? be the first to e-mail us email@example.com with the correct answer. >> 1964. he's old.
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both head lights slashed a hole in all four tires ♪ ♪ maybe next time >> this is the lady i'm talking about. take a look at her stomping on the roof of that car after she bashed in the windshield with a baseball bat. she apparently caught her husband at a restaurant with another woman? she was not arrested. what do you guys think of that? >> i bet he did not press charges. >> i would hope not. >> all right, heather, thank you very much. >> we just all saw our interview with donald trump. anna kooiman is live on the streets of new york city with trump supporters who watched at well. anna what is their reaction? >> good morning to all of you at home. all four of you just watched the trump interview. are you republican or democrat? >> republican. >> everybody raise your hand -- so all four are republicans. that's what they're telling us. this is michael, girard, carla and tim. how many of you are trump supporters, raise your hand?
who is against trump? got one and one who's on the fence. all right i'm going to start with you. what did you make of the interview? and are you happy with trump's comments about muslim -- banning muslims temporarily from coming to the united states? >> temporarily, i'm okay with it. but, in the long-term, no. i think it's the wrong thing to do. >> girard i'll come to you next. so, in south carolina we just saw a new poll out before the comments were made 30% supported him. 38% after the comments, why do you think those numbers are going up there? >> i think he's -- he's saying what a lot of people in the country are thinking right now. and he's probably the only one right now that has enough nerve to say it. >> all right. you say that you don't support him, and why is that, carla? >> well, partly because of his foreign policy positions. such as banning muslims from the country. i think there are much smarter things that can be done. we also have a problem with
domestic terrorism. think about what happened in colorado springs. how is he going to address that? i think you have to have a much broader perspective, and really much more intelligent perspective on terrorism as a whole. >> you have heard from even republicans, tim, saying carly fiorina was just on the program saying the overreaction is just as dangerous as the president's underreaction. where do you stand after these comments have been made since you're on the fence, and why? >> well, i think the whole idea of protecting our country has to come first. especially from outside threats. and you can't be more obvious that over the last number of years, the main threat has been from muslim terrorists. so, protecting us from them should be a no brainer. >> okay. the other question on this is whether this is constitutional or not to have a religious test as something that senator rubio has talked about. where do you stand on that? >> i didn't hear the question, i'm sorry. >> whether you think it's constitutional to have a religious test. >> i don't think it's constitutional. >> i don't think it's constitutional. >> everybody, thank you so much for participating today. >> you're welcome.
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then we set him free. put on your surprise face because guess what? the former gitmo detainee has returned to the battle in a leadership role. what a surprise. mornings, though, it shouldn't surprise you, are better with friends. meaning us. hi, everybody, welcome to studio-e live from new york city. we've had two busy hours so far. one more straight ahead. let's start with donald trump. he has been the number one news story on all the networks ever since monday night, he read a statement calling for a ban on muslims coming into this country, temporarily, until we can figure out what to do about the element inside who may be radical islamists. >> or what the hell is going on, to quote him exactly. >> right. so some asking is this constitutional. is it practical? can it be implemented? how did it sit with the court of
the people. in the latest polling he received a pump. but he explained to us how temporary this hold on muslims coming into the united states would be. this is what donald trump had to say. >> when people can be properly vetted. they have to be vetted. we have people coming in to this country, we have no idea who they are. this horrible young woman that came in and shot people with her so-called husband last week. she was not vetted. she came in through the process. she was not vetted. they didn't know who she was. they asked her a couple of questions. she came in. and then she went on a rampage with the husband. and, this is what's happening. and you have other people out there ready to do the same thing. you have tremendous hatred out there. and until we find out what's going on, that's all i'm saying. i want this to be temporary. >> so he says he wants it to be temporary for them to go through the proper vetting process. carly fiorina was on about 45 minutes ago, and she has looked at donald trump's ideas, regarding this, she does not
like him. says he is simply playing the fear card. >> i think the republican party has lots of candidates with lots of different points of view. but a temporary ban on all muslims entering the united states won't work. i think the american people are afraid. i understand that. and the american people are frustrated. i understand that, too. and so, it is irresponsible of someone to play on that fear and frustration and not offer a plan, but instead just fan the flames of fear and frustration. we actually have to do something about this. when donald trump is asked what are you going to do about isis, his answer is, oh, you don't want to know what i'm going to do. that's because he doesn't know what he's going to do. >> so -- >> although we've heard him say that he would bomb them essentially back -- >> he's all over the place when it comes to that. he's all over the place when it comes to russia doing it. he was all over the place to let them kill each other.
let's not worry about that. now after this bombing and we see what's happening he wants to be more aggressive there. here's the thing and i thought rush limbaugh put it great yesterday. if every republican is outraged and everybody says it's such a disaster, why is he beating you? if everybody is so upset about this, why does he continue to beat you everywhere? >> the prediction was that he would make these comments, he made these comments and then afterward his numbers would plummet. but that's not what happened. particularly in south carolina. among likely republican primary voters, before trump made these comments about putting this hold on muslims coming into the united states, 30% were in favor of him. after he made those comments, he jumped up eight points to a 38 percentage point favorability right there where they say oh, we're actually more in favor of donald trump at this point after his comments. so it's actually disproving what the predictions were. >> so will those comments hurt him in the primary? from what we've seen so far, doesn't look like it. looks like, you know, when it comes to politics it might have been smart politics.
there's another poll out, the bloomberg poll shows that two-thirds of likely republican voters like his ban plan. and one-third, and this is the key, one-third say this plan makes them more likely to vote for trump. and yet when you hear those, there are still a number of gop establishment characters who are saying, look, he's eventually going to fade, he's going to drop out, it's not going to work out for him. he's going to wind up coming back and trying to destroy the party with a third party candidacy, at least that's what they talked about last night on special report. here's charles krauthammer and tucker carlson who makes a stupendous observation. watch this. >> i suspect, though, that his ego will not -- that would restrain him from running as a third party. assuming he doesn't win the nomination. because he's got -- it's going to be a lot harder than he thinks. and there will be a bar, sort of an invisible bar. and i think that's going to be the ross perot number of 19%.
i don't think he would come anywhere near that in a general election. and that will be his mark on history and i don't think he likes to be seen as a loser. >> i find this hilarious, the concern about him running third party. too late. he already is running as a third party candidate. he rejects the most basic elements of republican orthodoxy on economics, on foreign policy, the donor class in the republican party hates him, maybe more than obama. the head of the republican party denounced him personally on television yesterday. donald trump is not running as a republican. which may be part of the reason he's leading. this is a message to republicans. the acid test will be how does he fare next week and the week after as his remarks about muslim immigration sink in or are digested by voters. i'm not at all sure that's going to hurt his numbers. >> the highest number he does have that doesn't want to be high is 24%. 24% of republican voters who say they absolutely won't vote for him. the second on that list is jeb bush that's at 19%.
so if he could shake that tree just a little bit. meanwhile he also is talking to us, 25 minutes ago, 35 minutes ago, about running for a third party. let's listen. >> highly unlikely. but elisabeth they gave me their word that it would be a level playing field. and i assume it will be. and, look, it's very simple. i'm leading in every poll. obviously. i want to run as a republican. and i'm a conservative. >> sure. >> and that's what i'm going to do. >> somebody else who is running as a republican is ted cruz, heidi cruz the wife of ted cruz is going to be joining us very shortly. and we're going to talk to her about him. meanwhile, let's talk a little bit about how -- there she is right there with ted cruz. she's coming up. meanwhile, if you watch the mainstream media you watch abc, cbs, and nbc. >> yes. >> over the last couple of days, monday, tuesday, and wednesday, by far, all the coverage was, it was nonstop, donald trump. take a look at that.
they devoted 105 minutes to donald trump. i think the next -- nbc led the pack with 42 minutes. they also brought out tom brokaw to talk about how dangerous donald trump was. look at that. the day after the president of the united states requested tv time on all the networks to talk about his isis strategy, whatever that was, they only devoted three minutes to that >> and by the way, zero minutes when it came to the new e-mails in the benghazi candle with hillary clinton. which is now being federally investigated. i mean this is absurd. to say the least. there's still a lot of questions about donald trump's plan here. "a" how temporary is this plan going to be given the fact that there's no end in sight with this war with radical islam. okay so how temporary is this ban going to be? and some people feel they still question is this the right thing to do? it may be constitutional -- he may as president have the right to put a hold on immigration as it relates to national security. but is it the right thing to do? we've got a religious cleansing going on in the middle east. is discrimination here the
answer to that? >> just on that poll, just to add, almost all the coverage is negative. so you have 103 minutes -- >> 100%. >> you might be thinking donald trump -- everything is negative. they were tearing him apart. he was going back at just as viciously as he was being attacked. and when the benghazi story is devastating you would think to anyone paying attention, especially with the movie coming out, it shows that they had assets in place to help out our guys -- >> and they did nothing. >> who were being killed and they couldn't get the go sign which means leon panetta and everybody else flat-out lied to us. >> so, what's interesting about the fact that 103 minutes dedicated to bashing trump, and yet you look at the new fox news poll down in south carolina, after he rolled out his plan, he went up. explain that conventional wis m wisdom. >> election math for sure. we're going to be floating those numbers right now. in the mean time we'll say hello to heather nauert. >> coming out of the midwest, it's an important one. they played paintball but it was
not for fun. they used it to prepare for combat. to possibly kill innocent americans according to u.s. investigators. this morning the leader of a young somali american group in minnesota is under a accused of conspiring to help isis. it the 20-year-old is the tenth person of a cell that's accused of helping young somali men get passports, money and supplies in order to travel to syria. more on that as we get it. well he bragged about his personal friendship with osama bin laden and now this former gitmo detainee is following in his dead pal's foot steps. there is a brand new report that says ibrahim kozi is an al qaeda leader operating in yemen. in 2010 he pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges, and supporting terrorism in exchange for cooperating with u.s. investigators. but two years later, he was released from gitmo, and sent back to sudan. now he's back in the business of
terrorism. well another breaking story to bring you now, a man who bought two guns used in the san bernardino terror attacks will likely face criminal charges. investigators believe that that man, enrique marquez, and the gunman syed farook, may have plotted an earlier attack in 2012, but ended up getting cold feet. we are also learning that farook may have been plotting to attack a local high school where he had done some work. as a health inspector. the feds reportedly finding photos of that high school on his phone, and according to the fbi, farook and his wife tashfeen malik had radicalized before they ever met online. and then we've got this piece of information breaking overseas the hunt for four suspects in the paris attacks now moves to geneva, switzerland. police boosting the threat level there. so much going on in the world of terror right now. another story to bring you back here at home the number of boston college students sick with the norovirus after eating at a chipotle restaurant is now 120. the problem, an employee who
worked while sick, and also meat that was undercooked. well moments ago we heard from the company's ceo, listen to this. >> so you're saying in boston you could have more cases reported? >> well, with the norovirus, probably, you know, you've heard that this is the -- this is the extent of it. it's a very -- it's a disease that -- that is very easily passed. and so, it spreads very, very quickly. >> well there you go. he's promising strict new guidelines to try to protect customers from any future issues. and those are your headlines. i'll see you back here shortly. >> the last one was e. coli. completely different. >> completely different. >> but a big problem. >> a big problem for that company. >> i wish all the eagles well there. feel better. outrage over donald trump's comments about muslims growing by the day. but president jimmy carter once banned all iranians for the most part from entering the country. so why is trump's plan so
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donald trump commanding the headlines, and stirring controversy, over his proposal for a temporary ban on muslims entering the united states. trump and his supporters using historical precedent to make their case. but does the history add up? or is it just something else? here to take a closer look is fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. >> the history is really interesting. let's talk about some examples in terms of that. >> something we mentioned this yesterday, that apparently when jimmy carter was president, during the iranian hostage situation, he did a ban. >> he did. what he did is imposed restrictions on iranians in the united states. in response to the iranian hostage crisis, in 1979, he imposed restrictions on iranians holding nonimmigrant visas, and then six months later he imposed
restrictions on all iranians in the united states, and sending home, you know, folks with student visas, and the like. and there was a threat that was perceived in the united states, and the president of the united states perceived that threat at that time, as well. >> and what was the outcry on the streets -- >> there's no lawsuits with regard to that that outlawed it. and it was not held to be unconstitutional at that time. >> okay during the fdr years we know of several instances of where he targeted certain demographics. >> well, he did. and it turns out to be one of the most shameful pieces of american history for a lot of americans. in fact, reparations were paid to japanese and japanese-americans after the attack on pearl harbor president roosevelt established the war relocation authority to exclude japanese from the entire west coast to prevent so-called sabotage. even though there were no reported incidents of it. he also placed limitations on so-called german aliens, and italian aliens. meaning that people who were of italian, german nationalities,
who were not naturalized american citizens, could be subject to those same strict yours. in fact joe dimaggio's father who was an italian citizen, couldn't visit his son's own restaurant in san francisco because he couldn't go out of the district on the west coast. >> my how times have changed. let's go back to the 1880s and the chinese exclusion act. >> chester arthur the chinese exclusion act. americans were upset about chinese nationals coming to the united states, working on the rails, working in a lot of gold mines and things like that. but then they overstayed their welcome and not until 1943 was that lifted. so the issue is, does the congress and the federal government have the power to do it? they do. under federal law, and the so-called plenary power doctrine, the courts will defer to the federal government. here's an example of that. in the fiallo versus bell decision, in the exercise of its broad power over immigration and naturalization congress
regularly makes rules that would be unacceptable if applied to citizens. the truth is that a lot of constitutional protections, including the first amendment, are not applicable to noncitizens. the greater question is, does the trump proposal help america in the future? i don't believe that it does. it may pass a constitutional test. but will it make us safer? i think should be the standard. and will it hold us up to world ridicule? i believe it will make us less safe. and it will hold us up to world ridicule, because in my view, american standards and constitutional ethos prevent that kind of conduct. and it was done in the past. and it was perceived as constitutional. but is it the right thing to do? that's something we have to grapple with. i think he's doing it in good faith. and it is history based. and we've seen it in the past. but i'm not sure that that is a real basis to go forward. >> all right. with the historical perspective -- >> absolutely. >> thank you very much. >> good to see you. >> coming up on this thursday it's a big problem in this
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chinese goods? fake investigators. a new report shows western firms paid investigators who were themselves making counterfeit versions of their clients' own product. they did it by doctoring paperwork and even making raids that never took place. i don't know which is worse. >> be careful, brian. with the crisis having far reaching repercussions for homeowners even as the economy improves an estimated 18 million homes in america remain vacant, often as eye sores. they bring down property values and invite crime. it's an issue and bob massi is taking it on in a brand-new episode on a brand-new season of his hit show "the property man." >> this home has been vacant since 2010 and as always happens the home's exterior, well it's getting pretty ragged. it's an eyesore for the neighborhood. >> since nobody's been in this home for in excess of five years there's no telling what we're going to end up finding. the particular risk to the neighborhood is enormous. >> bob massi, that property man,
joins me now to discuss, okay bob, if you are in a neighborhood when you're in this situation there's an abandoned lot or property and it's deteriorating, obviously that value is tanking and the value of your home is tanking, what do you do? >> it's a very major issue. in this particular story we did, because what happened elisabeth, not only was it vacated, but no hoa dues were paid and this particular hoa which will be the first premiere story this weekend is they ended up foreclosing or getting a judgment against the house and then what happened is the hoa had to say, if we actually take this house back, we have to repair it, we have to fix the property, and they're saying we don't really want to do that. so what do you do? well, again, if the lender doesn't foreclose, which in this case they didn't, it was bank of america, we tried to contact them to say, hey, why is it you haven't foreclosed on this home? no return phone calls whatsoever. the hoa finally did take this home, and ultimately they were able to sell it to an investor. but, it's abandoned property,
and it does become a major legal issue. not only for the hoa, not only for the people that left, but like this particular home, elisabeth, was in a cul-de-sac, so here's three beautiful homes next to this home, it has mold, problems where the city had to come in. it's a major issue. >> what rights do other owners have in those adjacent lots in a home that's not abandoned, you're in it, you want the value of your home to be protected. what do you do in this case? what are your rights? >> we talked to the neighbors there. i said it's an interesting issue because nobody's doing anything about it. maybe you should get a lawyer, and see if you could do something legally actionable. the fact that this lender is not foreclosing on this home it is depreciating our property. it's a very tough issue. the problem is elisabeth a lot of people, and i don't blame them, they don't want to necessarily have to go out and spend money for a lawyer on something that should not be their problem. >> exactly. >> so, hoas, in this particular place, they did get pro-active because there was no dues paid, they did end up foreclosing and
got rid of the home. now somebody is coming in and fixing up the home. but as you reported going into this particular segment, there's thousands of homes like this all over the country that are abandoned and what we called early about the zombie issues we talked about many times. >> bob massi, thanks. you can catch "the property man" this saturday we want everyone at 12:00 p.m. and sunday at 3:00 p.m. bob always great to see you. >> elisabeth, i haven't talked to you since you announced and i wish you and your family the best. god bless you, you'll be missed. it's commendable you're a great mom. >> i'm just doing what we know is best for the family right now. but this place will be dearly missed. you're entering into the no cry zone if you make me cry. >> merry christmas. >> merry christmas. did we just simultaneously blow kisses? that just happened. mark that moment. coming up take a look at this infrared video that has methane gas covering an entire neighborhood. where this is happening. we're going to tell you next. and we hear a lot from senator ted cruz but what about the
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♪ why do you fill me up fill me up ♪ ♪ buttercup >> i don't quite get the music. maybe his nickname is butter cup? oh, let me down. his pants let him down. shot of the morning. croatian human rights leader loses his pants when accepting an award from the country's president. >> and the photo now going viral. we want to know what your most embarrassing moment was. we were never embarrassed. >> mike's most embarrassing moment, i told a blind dog joke at a party not knowing that one of the attendees was blind.
>> ouch. >> oh, mike. >> not good. >> marianne says when i worked downtown pittsburgh and i walked the entire length of fifth avenue with my skirt ducked in my pantyhose. >> i've done that. >> i feel for your, girl. >> and as a high school senior i dropped my pantyhose on the foot of the governor of mississippi. as he walked away we heard an eruption of laughter. i saw the governor holding up a pair of pantyhose. >> what do you say after that? >> well let's bring in our guest who is making her debut. heidi cruz is here. >> thank you. >> wife of ted cruz who is surging in the polls. welcome we're honored to be one of your first live interviews. >> thank you very much. i thought you were going to ask me about my most embarrassing moment. >> you're out on the campaign trail. there must be some embarrassing moments from time to time. >> we're doing very, very well. i've had a few safety pins here and there but we're keeping it together. >> as recent as this fox news poll out of south carolina your
husband is doing very well, and the senator is pumped up there in third place right now. the response has been great. donald trump is being hammered by the establishment candidates. republicans are trying to get as far from his comments as it pertains to his plan for stopping muslims as coming into the country as possible yet your husband's not. he's kind of walked the line here. this is what he had to say yesterday. >> i like and respect donald trump. i don't anticipate that changing at all. and my approach -- >> no? >> the reason why i won't get engaged in personal insults and attacks, i don't think the american people care about a bunch of politicians bickering like schoolchildren. what they're interested in is positive, real solutions to the great challenges facing this country. that's why i am working to lead on defending this nation against isis, on standing up to radical islamic terrorism, on stopping president obama's plan. >> he said that's not my plan. he said earlier, but that's his plan. and that's fine. so what about the tactic of not
going after the other candidates? is that what you support? >> well, you know, to ted politics is not personal. it's about the issues. and i very much support that. it's why when you see people attack ted he's unflappable and really doesn't get rattled. this is about the issues to ted. he's working hard to turn this country around. and we launched this campaign on march 23. and since that time, and we will continue to run our strategy, and allow ted to get his hopeful optimistic message out for this country. >> does he take it personally home? >> no. ted is -- he is very even tempered. he was born to two parents with wonderful qualities. his mother is very, very smart, very even tempered, very patient. and ted has some of those terrific qualities, as well. >> can i ask you, how did you all meet? >> we met in 2000 on the george w. bush campaign. i was -- i'm from california, and had come down to that campaign to work on the economic policy team and somehow, in the first two weeks ted and i got assigned to almost every project to work together.
and we learned very, very early on that we were a great team. >> your background, you went to harvard, mba. >> i did. >> very impressive. congratulations. >> thank you. >> i got to ask you something else on the front page of "the new york times" today it says ted cruz now showing his softer side. and it talks about an exchange with a little kid in the background, how he was crying he wanted a toy. can you describe the senator? we know him as a senator. do you see that soft side? what is he like? >> i hope so! >> away from the cameras? >> well, i certainly do see that soft side. and the first weeks that i met ted, i really fell in love with ted in the very first few weeks. we had a fun romance, it was really love at first sight for both of us, and what i love for americans to know about ted, are the qualities that i fell in love with. and, ted is principled. he is a man who knows what he believes. he also is a person of great courage. he's totally unflappable. it's really hard to rattle this guy. and he's really thoughtful.
and that's something that unless you know him personally, people don't always see in the news, but he is the most incredibly thoughtful person. and you see that in how he treats me, our girls and his mother. >> as a mom you have to have great concern for the state of our nation right now. when you see your husband willing to step up and potentially step in as he hopes in the white house, what are your -- why do you believe he is the one to actually keep not just your family safe but all families out there right now with young kids and grown kids who want better than the generations to come? >> well, ted will put america's interests first and our safety first. and i know that. and there are a couple very key reasons why i think we need ted as our president. ted and i think that this election is going to come down to trust. who can the american people trust? to keep us safe? to put our interests first? to improve our economy? and i can tell you as his wife for 14 1/2 years, you can trust ted. he is going to do what he says he's going to do. he's always going to tell the truth.
now he won't always do everything you ask him to do. he will always -- depends on what's on your list. >> one thing you want him to do. >> i want him to keep americans safe. and i want him to allow the private sector to create jobs for this economy. and those are things -- and i also want ted to protect our constitutional liberties. and i know that he can and will do all those things no matter the political cost, no matter how hard it is and no matter what other people are saying and doing. >> okay so those are things he would like to accomplish for our country. at home, generally, since he is just your husband, who's got to do the stuff, what is a typical saturday honey do list look like for ted cruz? what do you have him doing? >> it's pretty long. >> okay. >> but he narrows it down appropriately. >> is he a handy guy? >> no. >> oh, really? >> not particularly handy. but he is very good at fixing things that involve problem solving.
so he'll read the directions, read through things. i had him do some homework with caroline, our 7-year-old. >> oh, come on. >> and i left the hardest problems for them. and what was so wonderful is she's a lot like her dad and i found them in the other room discussing the directions to the math problem. and she was refuting that she could do it her way and still get the right answer. >> why didn't you help? you're the harvard mba. >> i did all the easy problems first. >> funny. >> thank you very much. heidi cruz, for joining us today. >> thank you. thank you for having me. it's a pleasure. >> best to your family. >> all right. it is 20 minutes before the top of the hour. heath heather's got some headlines. >> even mbas will struggle with common core math. good morning to you all. i've got some serious news right now. this one coming out of the krud's home state of texas. syrian refugees just getting the green light to settle in texas. the federal judge denying a second request to block them from entering their state. nine refugees are expected to arrive later today. 12 others arrived on monday. the judge calling evidence in the case speculative hearsay.
the state doesn't want the refugees because of security concerns after the attacks in paris. well brand-new calls this morning for chicago mayor rahm emanuel to resign after another day and night of tense protests. take a look here. [ chanting ] protesters seen shoving police and blocking streets. the unrest is sparked by dash cam video of the teenager laquan mcdonald being shot and killed by an officer and that video was not released for 13 months. the mayor rahm emanuel now says he's sorry. >> we're also going to begin the healing process. the first step in that journey is my step. and i'm sorry. no citizen is a second-class citizen in the city of chicago. if my children are treated one way, every child is treated the same way. >> a lot of folks in chicago saying that is not enough.
the mayor has no plans to step down. brand-new infrared video showing a toxic and poisonous gas cloud hovering over homes this is happening in los angeles. an underground storage tank that's owned by southern california gas, look at that right there, it's been leaking methane gas for six weeks now. there have been dozens of attempts to try to fix this leak but it hasn't worked just yet. so a lot of people have gotten sick as a result. and thousands have been forced out of their homes. well, it keeps happening. hoverboards exploding and then catching fire. watch this. >> it's on fire! >> i cannot believe it y'all, it is on fire. it just blew up. >> it is on fire. well, this morning the retailer overstock.com taking action, deciding not to sell them anymore. the company's also contacting customers who bought them, telling them that they can return these for a full refund. and those are your headlines. i'll see you back here shortly. >> but it's hard to explain a recall to a child who wants one.
>> it is. >> that wish list pretty clear, they want those things. >> heather, thank you. >> we got one. i'm even on it. it's a great way to get around if you're tired of walking. >> do you wear a helmet? >> not yet. >> you just hover around? >> you've got to wear a helmet. >> in my own house? >> yeah. >> you have thinks in your house you could hit. >> i have to find out who makes mine so i can find out if it's going to go on fire or not. >> 18 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up it's been months since the terrorist attack on a free speech event in garland, texas. fbi still can't get access to the would-be killer's online messages. does the latest push for more privacy put us at risk for another attack? a live report regarding encryption from washington next. and he's known for his snarky comments on the late show. of course the late show red eye that i just listened to. tom shillue is here with his lovely wife to make us breakfast.
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all right now to a fox news alert. the fbi now says the killer couple in san bernardino were radicalized eve online and got engaged. >> so why didn't united states intelligence officials pick up on their deadly relationship before it was too late? garrett tenney is live with the very latest in washington, d.c. on this. garrett, what do we know? or what did we not know? >> investigators are learning that this was anything but your typical boy meets girl romance. fbi director james comey told
lawmakers yesterday that farook syed and tashfeen malik were radicalized long before they met online, as far back as 2013 the pair was talking about jihad and martyrdom. that was before they were engaged, and about two years before the couple carried out their attack that killed 14 people and injured 21 others. federal investigators are now poring over two hard drives found at the killers' home along with two damaged cell phones found in trash cans nearby. yesterday, though, director comey told lawmakers there could be problems with recovering some of that data if it's encrypted. and admitted the fbi still hasn't been able to access more than 100 messages sent by the two would-be terrorists who attempted to carry out a mass shooting in garland, texas, earlier this year. >> that morning, before one of those terrorists left to try and commit mass murder, he exchanged 109 messages with an overseas terrorist. we have no idea what he said, because those messages were
encrypted. and to this day i can't tell you what he said. >> earlier on "fox & friends" judge napolitano said with the growth of encryption, human intelligence is more important than ever. >> that's one of the reasons that intelligence should do nationally what the nypd did here in the city, in the weeks and months following 9/11. in your face human intelligence. not sitting in front of a computer screen, but undercover agents joining organizations, mingling in, living in the neighborhoods, and knowing exactly what's going on. >> and as the investigation into the san bernardino shootings continues, this for the first funeral of those killed in the attacks will be held later today. back to y'all. >> all right, garrett tenney live in the bureau. thank you very much. >> we'll need a much bigger fbi force. 35,000 of them now and three times as many irs agents. if we want to track everybody with human beings, good luck. it's impossible. >> and now this. if you stay up late or wake up
early you probably know this guy, red eye host tom shillue here with his wife denise for "cooking with friends." what are they stirring up there? >> martha maccallum is a little -- she's thinking maybe we should do a segment on cooking on her show because it's delicious. >> well, planned it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. >> beautiful. >> clam dip. >> good morning, everybody. we have some very interesting brand-new polls to show you as donald trump's support grows after his call to temporarily halt muslim immigration in this country. and a look back that shows jimmy carter actually had a tougher policy during the iran hostage crisis. byron york joins us with a look at that and lindsey graham is here as well to talk isis and terror and how to beat it as the fbi can't even get their hands on terrorist phone calls. bill and i join you with all that and much more at the top of the hour. we'll see you then. life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms.
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♪ well you can find him breaking down everything from politics to pop culture right here on the fox news channel. but today he's breaking down a family recipe for us and it's a good one. tom sill u host of red eye and his wife denise are here to make a traditional dish in his pumpkin risotto. >> we love things with pumpkin because there's always extra pumpkin around the holidays. >> especially halloween. >> you get it after. >> yeah. >> after. >> stock up on the canned pumpkin. >> what are you making for us? >> okay. this is pumpkin risotto. a basic risotto recipe and we're going to top it with canned pumpkin. you start with a heavy bottomed pan and you add a little bit of olive oil, quarter cup or so, two tablespoons -- >> do you help her --
>> -- chopped onions. >> my motto, you cook, i look. >> fair enough. >> wait for the bell. >> you get the seasonings going, and then you pour in your arboreal rice. >> it's italian for uncle ben's. >> and you get to this stage and you top it with -- is this where the pumpkin comes in? >> yeah, basic risotto you're adding stock the whole way. you never leave the pot -- >> okay. >> a lot of stirring. >> you have to stay the whole time because -- >> with the chicken stock you can use a vegetable stock if you want. you can make it vegetarian with the vegetable stock. you can go with a veal stock -- >> this job is a little bit more consistent but now he comes home late at night and he wants this meal. he's a traditional man. >> cave man, really. >> cave man? >> you can reheat it. it's food you reheat. stews, chilies and risotto.
>> you've got to the stage where you add the pumpkin. >> i've finished, op. >> you've been adding stock the whole time until it's absorbed. >> stock and stir. >> we're doing that. >> pumpkin stew. >> canned pumpkin. >> parmesan cheese. >> oh! >> nuts. >> parmesan. >> top it with the butter. >> listen. -- >> in italy, parmesano. >> once it's in the bowl you can do lots of toppings, sage and walnut. we can do crushed am rhetto cookie which is a popular one on pumpkin ravioli. >> do you find tom funny? >> he's a stand-up comedian. >> the joke is -- >> the butter makes it so -- >> the butter -- >> here, try the -- >> oh, sorry. >> that's okay. >> this is a spiced cookie. >> oh, that one denise.
>> that's a mario batali trick. >> oh. >> just another one -- >> all right. watch tom tonight on red eye. >> sure will. >> so great to have you here. >> thank you for coming. >> this is what tom is having for dinner tonight when he gets home. >> earlier we told you about this embarrassing photo. when we come back tom shillue reveals his most embarrassing moment. >> believe it or not it wasn't this. ♪ ♪ something good for me >> if you don't know the things your dealing ♪ ♪ (vo) some call it giving back. we call it share the love.
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i'm sure you have some stories. >> he had a wig. >> santa is here. he's with the spirit of liberty foundation. we're going to be talking about them in the after the show show. guys, thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. great cause. bill are were the warning signs missed. we are getting new information pointing to a planned terror attack that wasn't carried off. martha: as the new details emerge, the director of the f.b.i. with chilling testimony on capitol hill saying
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