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heather: good morning. we are right here on "fox & friends first" on this thursday morning. as you said, it is ground hog day and we will get to that in just a moment. abby: february 2nd. we will see if he starts his shadow or not. we do begin fox news alert, chaos on the campus of uc berkeley. heather: conservative free speech causing all out of control liberal riot. abby: setting fire with cocktails, fireworks and reports of flag burning, all this to stop breitbart editor from giving a speech on conservative viewpoints, the event canceled after hundreds swarmed the
union, protestors destroying campus tipping over a spotlight as the crowd cheered and even targeted a president trump supporter with pepper spray. >> the people watching tonight should look at protestors and the color and essential not red. abby: violence against other president trump supporters also reported. comment at a timer calling it disturbing but also said it's a trend. >> just want to hear the other side. they were prevented from doing so by violent from the left, the left is terrified of anyone who they think might be persuasive or might be interesting or might take people with them. abby: uc berkeley officials have condemned the campus violence. heather: to another alert for you this morning, dangers prisoners revolt and taking hostages and statewide lockdown
nearing 24 hours this morning. a negotiations intensifying at this hour to release two prison workers. they are being held hostage, this is in delaware. two other employees and dozen of inmates have already been set free. >> we don't know the dynamics over the takeover and we don't know the dynamics if any inmates were held against their will, were they requested to be released and were released by whoever is in charge for the inmates. heather: more information we have. inmates called a newspaper to complain about prison conditions and president trump. abby: to another dangerous situation, this one in the west bank, 24 israeli officers are hurt, hundreds of clashing with outside protestors for second day in a row. palestinians claim to own that land and israel continues this
an output. heather: dignified transfer of american hero chief petty officer owen, was killed on saturday. the president and the first daughter ivanka trump making the trip to dove, colorado to pay the respects. abby: republican lawmakers gearing up to go nuclear, avoiding a battle in the supreme court showdown. heather: president trump sending a strong message, take whatever steps necessary to get his pick approveed. abby: ed live in dc with what the nuclear option means, good morning. >> good morning. far be it for me to warm unone of my favorite people but some people going further calling it do thermal nuclear option. remember, the so-called nuclear option was used by then democratic leader harry reid to jam through obama officials but
both sides says it'll take 60 votes for supreme court nominees. now you see niel gorsuch make his way in capitol hill. democrats are worried that the conservative solid pick is likely to sail through unless they launch a filibuster. so that's why president trump is suggesting go further now, this so-called thermal nuclear option where you would only need 51 votes, simple majority for even supreme court picks, changing decades of senate precedent. this occurred after democratic leader chuck schumer suggested they are going to filibuster the president fired right back. >> if this nominee cannot meet the same standard that republicans insisted upon from president obama's supreme court nominees, 60 votes in the senate, then the problem lies not with the senate but with the nominee. >> if we end up with the same gridlock that they've had in washington for the last -- longer than eight years, if we
end up with the gridlock, i will say, mitch, go nuclear because that would be an absolute shame if a man of this quality was caught up in the web. >> mitch, go nuclear, a direct message from the president to mitch mcconnell, the senate republican leader, to get this man, niel gorsuch, judge from colorado confirmed at all. as republicans are confident, he will be confirmed but it may take some time, several weeks of background searches and a hearing and all of that. the big question is going to be even if he's confirmed, how much time does it take out of the rest of the trump agenda cutting taxes and how much of a distraction would this fight be, ladies. heather: thank you so much. we will see if that distraction, they are threatening to challenge supreme court nomination. abby: with a record like gorsuch
has, there's no way to win the battle. >> this is such a strong candidate that if you leave it as an issue between the candidate on his merits against obstructionist, democrats who are demagoguing him, we already heard the accusations today completely wild, completely out of control calling him an extremist and going through a list of things which have no relation with reality. if it's a fight like that, i think that the court of public opinion, gorsuch wins hands down. let him do it. let him carry the fight with the organizations who are behind him with the senate being behind him and i think in that kind of fight, he wins and the democrats i would guess won't even threaten to filibuster. abby: secretary of state rex tillerson, top diplomat after being sworn in. >> you understand that the job
of diplomats and the mission of the state department is to serve the interest of the united states of america to make our nation safer, our country more prosperous and our people much more secure. abby: former exxon mobile ceo didn't have the easiest ride to confirmation but several democrats pushing through, 56 to 43. heather: new battles are brewing and the escalating showdown on capitol hill. on the hot seat today the president trump's pick to head the epa, scott pruitt and management and budget nick, once again democrats can boycott votes forcing republicans to change the rules to get nominations through committee. >> just another way of roughing up the president and his choice of nominees. >> breaking the rules so that
you can in effect look the other way for two nominees is essentially troubled. >> two republicans turning on their own party. her nomination could now end in a 50/50 split, that would lead to vice president pence casting the deciding vote. abby: in just a few hours, appearing for breakfast, draws politicians, dignitaries to our nation's capital and opportunity to shine on important issues. dr. ben carson used the breakfast to attack then president obama with a 27-minute on welfare, essentially launching his political career. ♪ ♪ heather: and it is a ground hog day. abby: it is, a couple of hours to find out if we are in for six more weeks of winter. heather: janice dean live from
punxsutawney, philadelphia. janice: oh, my gosh, this is my first trip to punxsutawney. people have been here since 3:00 a.m., we have crowds way, way back here. they are expecting 15,000 to 20,000 people today just to see the phil, phil at 7:25, live on "fox & friends" for you and we are all expecting, perhaps an early spring, fingers crossed. they say that phil is 100% right all of the time. the only problem is sometimes they don't understand his ground hog ease, so that's why they say that 65% of the time he's right and then the other 35% he's wrong, however, the ground hog apparently is always right. let's take a look at your maps across the country and then we will talk about what's happening in ground hog dog. you can see where it's cold
across the northeast, we are going to be live all morning live on "fox & friends first" and "fox & friends" for the festivities, dancing all morning long with 15,000, 20,000 people, back inside heather and abby. heather: i love the ground hog on her hat and scarf. so cute. abby: only janice can wear it that well. heather: time ten minutes after the top of the hour and the trump administration drawing a line in the sand. >> as of today we are officially putting iran on notice. heather: message to iran and what it means to enemies around the world. >> no matter how much you even disagreed along the way, it's time to think about how constructive can you. heather: matthew taking on liberal hollywood targeting our president.
heather: welcome back to "fox & friends first". don't mess with america. drawing a line in the sand, good morning. >> the trump administration not hesitating to put their foot down as iran continues to flex muscles in the middle east. mike flynn says it's time to hold them accountable. >> condemn such actions by iran that undermine security, prosperity throughout and middle east which places american lives at risk. as of today, we are officially putting iran on notice. >> blasting iran for test firing ballistic missile on sunday
claiming it violates un security resolution following iran's nuclear deal. president trump criticizing iran in a tweet saying this, iran is rapidly taking over more and more of iraq even after the u.s. has squandered $3 trillion there. houthi rebels also attacked saudi vessel this week but maybe meant for american warship. they aren't ruling out military force. fox news military analyst and retired foresaw army general jack keane says it's about time. >> we are not just going to hold them accountable, we are going to hold them accountable for their proxies and their fighters in terms of the damage that they're doing in the middle east. >> however, the trump administration decides to move forward it's all in response to a situation made possible by the obama administration. the former president bushed on
nuclear weapons. heather: thank you very much, jackie. abby: team trump showing shift from obama's policy. the number one state sponsor of terrorism, deputy assistant to the president sebastian gorka, he says the new administration is not here to mess around. >> i think the message is deadly clear to our enemies and our adversaries, we don't have a national security team made out of 28-year-old grad school students who have degree in fictional writing. we have a very serious national security team. we have a national security adviser who is the director of the defense intelligence agency who almost single handily revolutionized the way we
exploit intelligence in the battlefield. we have a set of principles such as general kelly, general mattis who are now in civilian suits running the agencies that protect america and today we sent a very clear message. abby: let's keep talking about this. what message do you think iran warning sends to enemies? heather: liberals unhinged, college students destroying their own campus to block free speech that they don't agree with. abby: fox news radio host and author of the deplorables guide to making america great again with hi one-minute commentary and message to liberals. >> good morning, ladies, what happened at the university of california berkeley last night should enrage the nation. hundreds of liberals rioted on campus burning stores, smashing windows, clashing with police, the rampage even forced the university to shut down a speech by conservative mylo, but it did
not seem to satisfy the crowd's blood lust, an american flag on fire, attacked protrump students causing significant damage to the martin luther king student union. the birth of free speech became graveyard. here is what needs to happen, president trump should immediately issue executive order from receiving any federal funding, same goes for any public university that wants to silence conservative voices. free speech for all, or no federal money. not a single taxpayer penny period. ironically the liberals silenced a gay british man and vandalized a building who was a legend. back to you, ladies. heather: thank you so much. he was there to talk about free speech. thank you, todd. 18 minutes after the top of the hour and breaking right now a prison revolt, negotiations intensifying right now to save
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this hour. jennifer, what's the latest? >> well, the last update that we got from officials came around 2:00 o'clock this morning telling us that two prison employees and 82 inmates remained inside of building c here at the vaughn correctional center. they are working through the night continuing negotiations. the hostage situation started 10:30 yesterday morning. four employees including three officers and a counselor were initially taken hostage. two of those employees have since been released and are okay. they had some nonlife-threatening injuries, it's unclear who is leading this charge, how many inmates are involved in the takeover and how many of those inmates are
victims themselves. there is an audio recording on delaware online of a person who called the news journal yesterday claiming to be inside the prison, the person said he was told by his captors to call and report their demands, they claim inmates are oppressed and treated poorly, they want better education opportunities among other things. and they appear to have some support. there's actually a protest that's going to be planned later this morning around 10:00 o'clock this morning here at the prison in support of the prisoners themselves and they're using a #vaughnrebellion to spread their message. abby: give us a sense how long this started and how long it's been going for at this point? >> well, we are approaching 24 hours, it started yesterday morning around 10:30. i was just reading a report that officials began gathering here between 10:30 and 11:00 o'clock yesterday morning and throughout
the day, that's when we saw periodically two employees were released, prisoners were released, however, as i mentioned, there are still 82 inmates inside of building c along with two prison employees. heather: just one more question, of those released, have there been any reported injuries or anything like that? >> yes, there are reports that one of the prison employees that was released yesterday did have some injuries, nonlife-threatening injuries, he was apparently beat up by some of the inmates. we don't have too many specifics on that, though. abby: all right, jennifer joyce live for us. ongoing situation. businesses that ban guns could be held liable in mass shootings . sue for taking away their ability to defend themselves. the law would force businesses for assume responsibility for the safety and defense of anyone
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♪ ♪ ♪ abby: live in punxsutawney, pennsylvania. will we have a long winter or short winter? they are dancing. good morning, you're watching "fox & friends first". i'm abby huntsman. heather: and i'm heather childers. we do begin with fox news alert for you, breaking overnight, unhinged liberals destroying their own liberal campus. abby: protestors claiming to be protecting american rights blocking conservative comment at a timer from speaking.
as you can see setting fire with fireworks and reports of flag burning. all of this to stop breitbart editor mylo from giving a speech on conservative viewpoints, the event canceled after hundreds swarmed the union, berkeley a sanctuary campus that wants to protect illegal immigrants now destroyed by the protestors who are against the president's immigration crack-down. rioters targeting a president trump protestor, supporter, rather with pepper spray. >> i think the people watching tonight should look at the people protesting and look at what color hat they're wearing, certainly not red. abby: luckily the woman will be okay. disturbing but also says it is a dangerous trend, take a listen. >> students who come don't necessarily agree with me but want to be on the other side. they were prevented this evening from violent from the left, the
left who is terrified to anyone who might be persuasive or taking people with them. abby: free speech movement originated on the uc berkeley campus in 1964. heather: the man police say assassinated a former officer and pastor execution style is a radical islamist and was on the fbi's terror watch list. scott, a security guard in colorado was helping two women when direction when he was ambushed. police say that the uniform and the denver police department's uniform look the same and they believe the gunman targeted because he looked like a police officer. abby: president trump making unannounced trip to attend the transfer of william ryan owens. the 36-year-old navy seal was
killed over the weekend. the president and first daughter ivanka trump both making the trip to delaware to pay their respects. heather: republican lawmakers waiting to go nuclear avoiding a fierce fight in the supreme court showdown. abby: president trump sending a strong miami, take whatever steps are necessary to get your pick approved. heather: ed henry live for us in dc with what that nuclear option actually means, good morning, ed. abby: hey, ed. >> good to see you, heather and abby. what's interesting in the obama days harry reid pushed through the so-called nuclear option changing senate precedent so you no longer needed 60 votes for most nominations like the cabinet or lower-level judges. that meant you only needed a simple majority of 51 votes. that helped barack obama but now is helping president trump get
through cabinet picks but also could help with niel gorsuch. he's making trips -- rounds on capitol hill. yesterday after the senate democratic leader chuck schumer says he plans to filibuster the gorsuch nomination, republicans said, look, this is someone who is qualified, if you're going to fill -- filibuster that and change precedent and blow up the rules yet again, watch. >> if this nominee cannot meet the same standards that republicans insisted on president obama's nominees, 60 votes in the senate, then the problem lies not with the senate, but with the nominee. >> i think chuck schumer has shown time and time again through the confirmation process that he's more interested in politics than actually moving the government along. i would ask you that i think the albuquerque needs to be to chuck schumer, why are you stalling all nominees, there's a point at
which they need to get asked why are they obstructing government at every step of the way. >> part of why democrats are so frustrated is that you'll remember president obama's final supreme court pick merrick garland never got a vote, he never even got a hearing. republicans say that's a much different situation because it was a nomination that came in an election year last year and it's very, very rare for supreme court pick to get through in an election year because it's in the middle of a contentious campaign and they say now it's different because president obama has just taken office and deserves to get nominees through, ladies. heather: contentious beginning of his administration. >> just beginning. abby: good to see you this morning, ed. >> thank you. heather: very big day, it is, in fact, ground hog day. abby: we are live in punxsutawney, philadelphia.
heather: that's where we find janice dean, how much longer do we have to wait? janice: well, we have to wait till 7:20 for phil to come out but we have festivities all morning long. people started coming here at 3:00 a.m. i'm looking at thousands of people already. they are expecting 15 to 20,000 people and they are throwing out there and dancing on stage, we are having an amazing time. let's talk about your weather first of all because a lot of folks it's wandering what is phil going to predict, you know what, my prediction is phil is going to predict an early spring, all right, there's your 24-radar and we have a little bit of snow flurry here in puxsutawney. 30-degrees when phil comes out. i think he's going to come out and party today which means an early spring, ladies, and that's what we were hoping for. heather: we need to talk about
this, received a big honor. >> i mean, this is so huge, i have to pinch myself, yesterday i was induct intoed the punxsutawney meteorologist hall of fame, an honor bestowed 14 times, i'm the second women as meteorologist hall of fame. i encourage everyone to go visit. it's amazing and they give me this amazing award yesterday. i really can't believe it, i feel so honored and privileged and i'm so glad to share that with "fox & friends" family and celebrate with 15,000, 20,000 people today is pretty amazing. heather: i love the video of your family there as well. janice: thanks, ladies. abby: have fun out there, janice. time now is 38 minutes after the hour, president trump making america safe again. rumors now swirling that he may
be deporting immigrants on public assistance. is it a good idea? a fair and balance debate. heather: final preparations are being put into place. we are live in houston where lady gaga just did a practice performance silhouette briefs. featuring a comfortable sleek fit. as a dancer, i've learned you can't have any doubts. because looking good on stage is one thing. but real confidence comes from feeling good out there. get a free sample at depend.com.
abby: 20 minutes now till the top of the hour. proudly displaying support for president trump, they are now under investigation for misconduct. driver capturing video of military convoy flying the large blue trump flag from antenna near louisville, military confirming it was a east coast seal unit but unauthorized. the seals could now face disciplinary action. hollywood liberals targeting president trump could learn
matthew. >> it's time to be constructive with him over the next four years to natter how much you even disagreed along the way, it's time to think about how constructive can you be because he's our president. abby: all right, all right, all right. telling his peers it's time to embrace president trump as leader while promoting his new film gold, heather. heather: president trump is working day in and day out and night to make america safe again and taking it a step further as rumors swirl that he's considering to deport immigrants on assistance. thank you both for joining us this morning, we really appreciate it. >> good morning. >> good morning. heather: first of all,let take a look at the numbers, this is according to the immigrant, the immigrant association, i believe, is where the study comes from, the center for immigration studies back in 2015 and the average immigrant household, the burden on taxpayers is $6,234 and then
it's about $2,000 less on the native household, the tax burden there. is this a good idea? >> well, listen, trump is working on his campaign promise to keep americans first and so when you have this instance and we don't even know if it's going to go through, we don't know all of the details, but what we want or if immigrants want to come here, they should be expected to be employed and not to be relying on government assistance. our country is reaching $20 trillion in debt, it's unsustainable, i say take care of americans first. heather: david, immigrants built this country, no one is arguing that. >> right, this has something that's been floated. we don't know what the details are and also right that immigrants coming to the country should have jobs and contribute to the economy. this could be policy making insanity if they are going to bar immigrants or deport
immigrants on whether they have been on public assistant. it's smart to slow immigration down, be smart about it, go through process of security screening, for example, procedure, but it's wrong to deport or deny just on the basis of whether someone might be on public assistance, tall research shows as you said immigrants built the country, they added more to the country than subtract to the country economically. heather: does this means that being on public assistance is a crime? >> not to say that it's a crime, heather, our country is facing a significant amount of debt. we can't take care of our veteran like we should. they risk lives and limbs to keep americans safe and veterans are suffering, we are witnessing 20 on average, 20 veterans are committing suicide each and every day. i say we take care of americans first. that's common sense.
heather: david you say that using public assistance should not be the only qualifier obviously so what are some of the other considerations? >> the welfare reform of 1991 got pretty specific about green card holders, american permanent residents, there's an exception for refugees. there's a lot of vetting already. i'm not saying it shouldn't be slowed and made better, there's a lot of of people coming to this country will contribute economically, deporting on a subjective criteria and whether they're not is dangerous and unconstitutional. we have to have solution -- heather: how do we do that. we need to find a center ground as we heard matthew.
>> you don't want people coming here, immigrating with the idea that they can rely on government assistance, it is about incentives for people to seek employment, be employed and not think that government is the fallback, that's the wrong idea. heather: we are not. >> we have to find the policymaking center. the extremist to both parties you have to come together and work here. heather: give it a chance. thank you for joining us this morning. thank you. let's check in with brine kilmeade to see what is coming in "fox & friends". brian: we will not be divided, we will all be on the same page. president trump surprises everyone and makes unannounced trip to meet the -- to greet the body of those lost at war in an operation that yield in huge results, whether he talk to a
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heather: welcome back, countdown to super 51. it is on and the new england patriots versus the atlanta falcons. abby: both excitement and security are ramping up. casey live for us in downtown houston with a preview. casey, how is it looking? >> hey, good morning, heather and abby, things are a bit quiet. it's early in houston. boy, the activity is certainly
starting to pick up. we were here yesterday and the fans were trickling in. by the way, it's expected that one million people will converge on this city in the next couple of days, clearly as you said security is paramount, 51 various law enforcement agencies are here including the federal level, like the department of homeland security, fans will see and notice a huge police presence all around the venues where the activity is happening and the whole city for that matter but there's so much going on behind the scenes, stuff that cannot be disclosed, however, it is all in the name of safety. now, as those fans are beginning to make their way to houston, organizers are hard at work getting everything just right like this year's half-time show, lady gaga, you might have heard performing and she is even taking it to a whole new level
planning to sing while suspended from the stadium's roof. a roof, by the way, that's said 265 feet above the field. can you imagine that? she can't be afraid of heights so lots of production going into making that happen safely and then there's this, after a two-week recent hospitalization for pneumonia, former president george h.w. bush and barbara will be doing this year's coin toss, a special moment considering health issues and yesterday bringing good cause, former nfl players and wounded veterans hosting a charity event for local organizations. nfl guys, quite frankly, they just did not stand a chance with that. we are happy to report that the wounded warrior amputee football team won yesterday.
a lot of fun, you guys need to get on the plane and join us. [laughter] abby: thank you, casey. heather: great news about president bush as well. abby: casey followed the story very closely. heather: you can watch super bowl 51, this is on fox this sunday, kickoff at 6:30 eastern time. abby: cannot wait. incredible new video this morning showing a fire hose. hot rocking flying into the air. experts say the laugha doesn't pose any threat to nearby cities and what we were saying lava. heather: that's solid. abby: crazy. heather: remember the missing bobcat that set off panic in dc, it was found right inside the zoo. a city wide search for ali was launched after she snuck out of
her home in the national zoo. she's been found and safely returned. the 25-pound animal was hanging out with a nearby birdhouse and the birds are okay. no sign of sunny, in two weeks they have been looking for him. look in the bird cage. abby: five mints to top of the hour and something fishy about tuna cans. heather: the u.s. is grappling with a bacon shortage. [laughter] >> give me a lot of bacon and eggs, what i said give me all of the bacon and eggs you have. [laughter] heather: no time to panic just yet. we will tell you next
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lot of bacon and eggs. what i said was give me all the bacon and eggs you have. heather: the usda says frozen pork belly is at 50 year low. those are just reserves though. there will not be any bacon rationing. but you might see higher prices. abby: that's good news. a man caught smuggling $127,000 worth of cocaine in tuna cans. he was going through inspection at jfk airport after arriving in he can car door. these three cans were collected in his bag. not very smart. heather: get off your phone, speaking of that. that is a texas day care to parents. abby: telling parents to pay more attention to their children when picking them up. say we have heard a child say mommy, mommy, mommy and the parents paying more attention to their phone than their child it is appalling. get off your phone.
heather: the post is racking up more than a million shares on facebook u yeah, pay more attention to your child than facebook or twitter. unless you are tweeting us. otherwise, get off your phone. abby: happy ground hog day, everyone. "fox & friends" starts right now. heather: bye. >> there is a fox news alert. a massive blaze is raging at uc berkeley where author was supposed to give a speech instead it was shut down. >> people started arriving in black clothes to march. they were clearly carrying con shield weapons. hold at the building. >> rex tillerson was sworn in as the next secretary of state. >> this is where you were meant to be right here today at this crossroads in history. >> as of today, we are officially putting iran on notice. >> it is welcomed news. we are finally going to hold iran accountable. >> democrats walk out and threaten filibusters.