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us, you're watching "fox & friends first", it is wednesday morning. heather: it is. halfway through the week. i'm heather childers. we start with president trump ready to roll out a brand-new immigration order. fox news hearing from the first time from his team, what is in and what's out. abby: it comes just hours after the dhs unveils a tough new stance on targeting criminal illegals. griff jenkins latest with the latest on immigration crack-down. griff, good morning. >> you're right, a hard stance with new dhs compliance to address the problem. it includes prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens, hiring 10,000 new ice agents and 5,000 border patrol agents expanding the 287g program which allows local police to act as immigration agents. they will start building that
border wall and they will end the catch and release policy of recent years. in speaking exclusively last night to martha macallum, steven miller say that is revised executive order is coming. >> because of the situation and the need to protect our country and to protect our citizens, the president is going to be issuing a new executive action based off of the judicial ruling, flawed it may be, to keep people safe and that's going to be coming very soon. >> this is nothing more than a plan for mass foration. senate minority leader chuck schumer issued the statement saying, quote, no matter how much they deny it, it is clear that the white house is settingg in motion the mass deportations to round up and quickly deport anyone who is undocumented. when it comes to those dreamers, the president is expected to
leave in place president obama's daca programs that leave differed action for people that were brought here illegally by their parents as children. >> and we are going to try to take care of the dreamers. >> now, it's all eyes on the white house and the new executive order which appears eminent. heather: 750,000 children impacted by that daca order. abby: how soon could we expect the president to sign it? >> well, we think it's coming as early as today. lawyers will be putting the touches on it to make it as bullet proof as they can for the challenges. >> abby: they to get this one right. heather: sparks flying over president trump's to build a border wall. two immigrants from germany going head to head during a live town hall event on the first one hundred days last night. listen. >> i'm horrified. i'm horrified. this is not the country i immigrated to.
sure, when i first immigrated 26 years ago -- >> from? >> from germany, i'm a native berliner, i grew up with a wall. i know what the wall does to families. i witnessed people getting shot crossing over the wall, have compassion for people, don't just shut yourself off from what you don't understand, what you don't know, why don't each one of you who are against immigration maybe get to know a refugee. >> i was in berlin when the wall was up and the wall was meant to keep people in because the communist system was so horrible. this wall is being designed to protect our borders, we are a sovereign nation, we should have sovereign borders, we are a nation of laws. [applause] heather: new fox exit poll shows
69% of registered voters in florida who believe immigration is the most important issue facing the country voted for president trump. abby: powerful town hall. now to fox news alert, undercover sting stopped a chilling terror plat that could have been ten times worst than boston marathon bombings. army veteran accused of planning targeting bus, robert, bought nails and batteries and to give it all to terrorists, hester who converted to islam bragged about it. heather: another possible deadly attack targeting nonmuslim spoiled. garrett grimsley sent a message on the app. it's called whisper telling users not to go to north carolina on monday adding, quote, say your prayers, sleep and watch news tomorrow, it will
only be the beginning. people on the app tipping off police who raided his apartment founding hundreds of rounds of ammunition and assault rifle. grimsley faces five years in prison. abby: mexican teen shot at the border consume -- can sue. they were throwing rocks at the agent before throwing fire. a ruling is expected to come by june. heather: four washington, d.c. monuments targeting by manuals plastered on the lincoln memorial, dc war memorial. now the messages all referenced the kennedy assassination, 9/11 attacks, police believed that one person is behind the spree because they say the handwriting
is similar. abby: the man who destroyed president's star of fame, otis will spend three years in probation, he's out to continue the fight against the president but this time he says in a more peaceful way. >> turning now to extreme weather, hundreds rescued as chest-deep flood waters trap people inside their homes in california. abby: families with babies and elderly load today boats and brought to higher grounds. officials now warning the water is contaminated with chemicals and debris. heather: these two men forced to escape through a car sunroof after driving into disaster. abby: floods rushing in after reservoir spill for the first time over a decade. >> dry weather expected today
and joins us with more, don't drown, turn around. >> if it's getting up to your knee it's too deep because the water can be rushing underneath it. still some snow into the mountains but the heavy rain that we have been seeing in the last several days wrapping up. we will get a little bit of a break. i take you across the country. where is the rain right now moving through portions of the midwest and the heaviest showers today and thunderstorms those will be along the florida coast, the gulf coast for now but eventually sweeping across the state of florida, those are the folks i'm expected to see the heaviest showers for today. here is a future forecast and i can take you through it, early here wednesday morning, this line of showers eventually sweeping across the state, some thunderstorms i'm not really not predirecting severe weather, this is going to take you all
the way through your wednesday otherwise what's the big story, it's all about the temperatures, it is incredibly warm across the country. high close to 80-degrees in kansas city, 55-degrees here in new york. it's a really warm one. we are looking at a solid 30-degrees above average for large portions across the country today, guys. heather: is it going to stay? abby: that's the big question. >> at least the next couple of days it'll be really warm. heather: we will take that. abby: the time is eight minutes after the hour and fox news alert return to go terror, a former gitmo detainee now believed to be an isis suicide bomber, what we just learned as the white house reveals new plans for the who you. heather: protestors taunting by hanging huge banner on lady liberty. social media isn't having it. abby: the brand-new video showing how close actor harrison
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with explosives toward an army base outside mosul one in a series of attack that is killed seven coalition soldiers. tieing him to gitmo through his nickname the britain and his story is not unique unfortunately according to most u.s. intelligence figures, 18% of former gitmo detainees have return today terror. more than 12% of suspects are doing so, those are the numbers president takes very seriously as he vows to keep guantanamo bay open. >> the president said before, we don't telegraph what we are going to do. he has made clear that he believes that guantanamo bay served a healthy purpose in the national security and make sure we don't bring terrorists to our
seas. jackie: john kelly tells katherine, gitmo cells may soon be filled with home-grown jihadists as well. >> if an american terror suspect was overseas, would you support sending them for guantanamo bay for questioning? >> if it was legal, i think guantanamo offers some opportunity. >> settlement money for his so-called suffering at gitmo which he accepted before reportingly fleeing to fight with isis in syria, very upsetting. heather: obama administration was warned about this possibility, so -- thank you, jackie. >> the antisemietic threats
targeting our jewish community and community centers are horrible and are painful and a sad reminder of the work that still must be don't to root out hate and prejudice and evil. >> but it is never enough, the anne frank center slamming the president, his statement is pathetic after weeks of staff committed grotesque acts and antisemitism. why has it taken to donald trump to even say antisemitism. perhaps it has something to do with his base. the white house fired right back in disbelief. >> it's ironic that no matter how many times he talks about this, that it's never good enough.
today was an unforceful comment by the president. abby: president trump plans to visit the holocaust museum next week. ♪ ♪ ♪ abby: that brings us to king for slamming african americans who think the president is a racist. >> how did it get out that donald trump is racist. >> fake news. >> does it come out in a newspaper, a magazine, how does it get out there? >> it's out on social media a lot and we are seeing a lot of that and just accusing him of being a racist without doing real homework, real investigation. for instance, al sharpton and jesse jackson complemented donald trump a few years ago, his plans were great for the urban community and then all of a sudden you hear he is racist and he hates black people and
that's just really not the truth. heather: not all the controversy involving the president, president trump ripped by liberals for saying this. >> you look at what's happening in sweden, sweden, who would believe this? sweden, they took large numbers, they are having problems like they never thought possible. heather: it turns out he may be right. look at this, violent riots breaking out in immigrant neighborhood. this is in stockholm, sweden. throwing rocks at officers all of this started after police try today arrest a drug suspect. it took hours to get it under control. several people were injured but no one was arrested. abby: if you don't mind giving up overhead space and only finding out only seat assignment, american airlines has the deal for you. heather: cheryl casone with the
new deal being offered and it's starting today, right, cheryl? cheryl: yeah, guys, american airlines, it's cheap but you're going to be giving up a few things that you normally enjoy. basic economy, but here are some of the things that you'll have to deal with, you are never going to see until you get to the airport so that means, yeah, you're probably going to get a middle seat, you can only take on one small carry-on bag, you can't use the overhead ben and the ticket is nonrefundable. now, this is part of a bigger story because delta is actually as i told you last week is offering meals and basic economy, well, there's a lot of competition to get the fairs lower, air loins -- airlines are trying to get fees to make more profits, frontier and spirit are now charging $35 across the board for carry-on. so every airline dealing with the topic of competition a little bit differently. heather: passengers were not
going take it anymore. which i-- cheryl: they are testing out drones. uches -- ups delivery truck. the driver controls the delivery and maybe he sends a drone out to go to a one maple lane and he keeps driving down the street and ends up in 3 to 5 maple lane. the drones are following him as he goes. they tested this out in florida which is where the video that you're seeing, their vans are going to try it maybe on rural routs see how it goes in the middle of america. abby: new york city is probably not the way to start. cheryl: if you love baseball there, you go. these are reports neither mlb
officials or facebook will confirm the results, they are talking maybe one major league baseball game a week live streamed on facebook. the young massive audience is what facebook is trying to capture as is twitter, twitter has the deal with the nfl, i'm a big football gal here, they are trying to get into the game of watching live stream events. people watch sports live, not much anymore but sports live. heather: time now 20 minutes after the top of the hour. sanctuary city outrage, how did and illegal immigrant, gang member walked away. new york city mayor de blasio. abby: weekly tradition with elementary school kids because it might make immigrant kids uncomfortable, what do you think? are parents blowing this out of proportion
heather: welcome back to "fox & friends first". a stranded border left cling to go life. you can see him there. he was on for 13 hours there, finally rescued by the coast guard. this incredible video showing the guardman pulling him off of cold water. the man thankful to be found. >> a relief. i knew they were going to help me. i was pretty sure the only one out there. heather: he fell in when his brand-new boat took on water. he was treated for hypothermia but he's expected to be okay. abby: harrison ford came within seconds of an air disaster.
take a look at this. you can see his yellow plane passing feet over an american airline jet, over 100 people packed on board the flight. 74-year-old actor missing the run way as well landing on a taxi way. ford didn't realize he made the mistake. the video now a center piece of the faa's investigation. the actor crashed another plane two years ago if you remember. >> forced to cancel this, this is unbelievable. force today cancel a high-five program in elementary school because it might make kids uncomfortable. abby: kids in massachusetts, war community heros could upset illegals and minority? >> kind of bumbthat had high-five friday has ended. we wait for the kids to get off the bus, we high-fived them if they wanted one when they got off the bus and they went about
their day. heather: meant to help kids connect with their community but a handful of people think it could have negative response to uninformed officers. the community is left divided. >> any concern raised by the parents is valid. >> i thought it was too bad that they had to stop it, but i also understand that people got nervous about the presence of them. >> you can't even high-fie anymore. the people are working with the schools to find a different way. heather: we certainly want to know what you think. are valid concerns or parents blowing this out of proportion? abby: send an e-mail to "fox & friends first", we will show them later in the show. the time is 27 after the hour. it's time to get tough on immigration. >> you don't want to wait till
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♪ ♪ ♪ heather: good morning to you, you are watching "fox & friends first", i'm heather childers. abby: and i'm abby huntsman. hopefully you're waking up and feeling good this morning, we are back with the story we are following closely today. the brand-new immigration order, could come down as early as today.
fox news hearing for the first time from his team what is in and what is out. heather: all of this comes on the heels of the dhs taking a tough new stance targeting criminal illegals. griff jenkins. good morning, griff. >> good morning, heather and abby, issuing new dhs guidelines in that revised executive order you mentioned it's imminent perhaps coming all but today speaking exclusively on the first hundred days programs and white house adviser steven miller weighed in on it. >> the reality is that the seven countries, look at yemen, look at syria, look at the conditions in these countries, this is an assessment based on the threat they pose today and going into the future. we've had dozen and dozen terrorism cases, case after case after case.
>> now, those new dhs guidelines include prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens, hiring 10,000 new ice agents and 5,000 border patrol agents expanding the 287g program which allows local police to act as immigration agents, building that new border wall and ending the catch and release policy that's been in place for the last years, this is nothing more than a plan for mass deportations. senate majority chuck schumer issued, no matter how much they denied it, they are setting mass deportations. in one note, when it comes to those dreamers, the president is expected to leave in place president obama's daca program that giverred differed action for people who were brought here illegally by their parents as children, so the fight is on about immigration in capitol hill and now all eyes in the white house as the lawyers
prepare new executive order to with stand the next legal challenge, guys. abby: we will hear more as soon as today. heather: focus on criminals and people breaking the law here. abby: take a listen. >> this country has run a muck and in any way that he does it there's going to be inconvenience for people, but for myself if you're not burying a child and turning away, it's not an inconvenience that you want to deal with. it's ridiculous. nobody gets sanctuary from a law, there's nothing i could do and be given sanctuary from it and there's no reason for anybody else to have that as well. abby: brand-new poll shows 80% of americans oppose sanctuary cities saying they should turn over criminal aliens to authorities.
heather: illegal immigrant gang member recaptured by the feds after he was set free thanks to new york's sanctuary city laws, ignoring an order from ice to hold esteban velásquez but has long criminal record in the u.s. federal officials force today intervene sweeping to arrest him. the president's travel order creating a surge of immigrants trying to become citizens, a government data shows nearly 1 million people applied for citizenship last year. that is the highest in nine years. legal service groups across the country also getting overwhelmed with calls and wait times at naturalization centers in many cities have doubled. abby: brand-new video showing struggling teens trying to get
out of icy pond before plunging right into the frigid waters. abby: yike, bystanders going into action . >> i'm going in. >> you could see the thin ice that gave way right as he reached nor the frightened dog, the man breaking through the ice as he swims out but not before copper accidentally takes off
his -- takes off his drawers. >> no word on where all of this happened. >> you could hear him crying poor little dog. the ice maybe melting a lot faster, it is expect today feel more like february. he's in the weather center tracking this interesting forecast, adam. >> yeah, really warm, good 25-30-degrees above average for a lot of folks. the other story continues to to be the rain in california. good news it's clearing off a little bit. i want to show you what's happening out there. the lingering rain into the mountains, maybe a little bit of snow at the higher elevation but finally a couple of dry days across our west coast. we are looking at big storms moving in the country, southern half, georgia, stretch to go florida, that's where we are going to see the heaviest rain today. i'm not word about this being severe weather but you're looking at pretty severe thunderstorms in the western shore there in florida.
this is pretty much going to fill upmost of your wednesday if you're down there in the sunshine state, we are looking at the storms moving across the day. future radar taking in future hours. for most of the country, yeah, we are talking about this incredibly warm weather that's just going to continue. take a look at some of the numbers we are seeing across the country. piling up in the center of the country getting up closer to 80-degrees in kansas city, it's getting warm along the east coast, even warmer here in the next couple of days feeling like spring pretty early so far. heather: we will take that. thanks for the good news. going viral this morning. definitely giving rhianna a run for her money. take a listen.
♪ ♪ ♪ abby: how good is this guy. nailed the chorus from monsters with eminem. heather: i'm sure must have listen today that song a lot for that bird to learn it. 20 minutes until the top of the hour town hall targets, republicans across the country feeling the heat from protestors. >> the american flag off of my truck because you're not allowed to fly it at school, it might cause controversy. abby: flag furry, outrage over a student is force today take down old glory from his truck, thousand community is fighting back. heather: heros unmasked, two men who rescue seventeens from freezing cold water. what we learned about their true
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>> i'm proud of those folks out there, they don't like much what i'm doing. they don't cheer my agenda, but i respect their right to be there and to express themselves because that's what we do in this country. heather: protestors are just upset about the election results . the fight for free speech on campus, ucla professor claims that administrators are blocking students from taking class, the course sex, policy, free speech on campus. >> i doubt there would be many professors in my shoes that would be braising enough to take on the university when the students' rights are repeatedly violated. they continuously and consistently trample students'
rights. heather: so far no comments from the school. abby: virginia sparking outrage. >> it might cause controversy. abby: daniel told by high school officials that his american flag could be controversial and even posed a safety threat. >> i kind of started getting angry because, i mean, what's the problem with the american flag and i asked her, i asked her, i said that is it that donald trump won, they told me both of them. abby: the flags were safe to fly. and prom dress problems. minnesota high school after sparking outrage ordering girls to send pictures of dresses for
preapproval. for ladies and acceptable prom dresses one that would feel comfortable wearing at a church. heather: now let's check in with steve doocy to see what is coming up on "fox & friends". first of all, did you go to your prom, did you have to get approval for your tux and what is going on in the show? >> i did go to prom, my mom, she did like the tux. she thought i looked dressed up. i still to this day i saved the -- [laughter] heather: you're talking about health care today? steve: i'm not done talking about prom. dr. sapphire is going to tell us how a woman could actually savey as well. so it's kind of a twoper.
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normally spend her money at nordstrom. heather: tom brady's super bowl jersey is worth a mall portion, houston police valuing at $5,000 in official report that makes it a first-degree felony in texas. punishment a minimum of five years in prison. jersey went missing, you'll member from the patriots locker room after the game. the texas rangers are helping houston police with that case. abby: i love that story. heather: i'm surprised they didn't have cameras outside, watching things coming and going. abby: immigration protestors taunting the trump administration by hanging this huge barn on lady liberty but social media is not having it. heather: no, carley shimkus with fox news. carley: not at all. this quickly became one of the biggest topics of conversation online last night. a group of activists that says
refugees welcome from the observation deck of the statute of liberty yesterday, the sign was just hung hours after the department of homeland security unveiled plan to deport illegal immigrants across the u.s. it was quickly taken down but not before images of it spread like wild fire on social media. some calling it a much needed reminder but others see it as act of disrespect. we should jail the moron that is put refugees welcome on the statute of liberty for vandalism . abby: is that even legal in. [laughter] carley: shocking, right? abby: i think he's feeling intimidated and now back in the headlines. carley: bingo, our favorite undecided voter. the company victory holding helps people find campaign owners, they released ad
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of pizza equivalent of swallowing three spoon fulls of warm oil, do you feel like eating pizza now, a lot of people said, yeah. i had to stop and get pizza halfway through the article and, yes, but make it three slices, i'm spray hungry. nobody is taking that advice. no one wants to hear it. pizza is sacred. sounds like breakfast to me. abby: swallowing olive oil. [laughter] carley: i can't do that. heather: appreciate it as always. the time is now about ten minutes until the top of the hour and police force today cancel high-five friday because it might make immigrant kids uncomfortable, your emails pouring in on this one. >> if i would blow her off to hang out with kyle, she would be like why don't you call me back
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discuss border security and trade deals. out of this world announcement from nasa. scientists expected to unveil some sort of discovery about planets outside our solar system. the jackpot for tonight's power ball lottery is up to a whopping 403 million: abby: the good, bad and the ugly. army veteran reunited with her missing dog after seven years apart. watch. >> oh, god. i can't believe this. thank you so much. abby: how sweet is that the pup went missing in virginia and was found earlier this year in north carolina. run away bull leads police on a slow chase for 32 hours. escaping a nearby slaughter house. finally the ugly, millennials are officially the most
narcissist generation. >> i used to think there was just fat and skinny. apparently there is a lot of things that can be wrong on your body. >> hair line is so weird. >> poors are huge. >> i have really bad breath in the morning. abby: according to new study from case western reserve university. not only polled parents but asked grand parents. they never lie. heather: too many selfies. police officers forced to cancel a high five program at an elementary school because it might make some children uncomfortable. abby: high five fridays were meant to help police in north hampton, massachusetts connect with kids. some parents say it could negatively effect illegal immigrants and minorities. heather: we asked are these valid concerns or are they blowing this out of proportion. >> doug says in today's world those who protect us on daily basis schools should be doing everything they can to instill respect and trust for our officers.
heather: parents are correct to express their valid concerns especially in the current political process. abby: parents. >> have a good wednesday. "fox & friends" starts right now. heather: bye. ♪ ♪ dream on ♪ dream on ♪ dream on ♪ dreams come true ♪ ainsley: that's the city right there where all your dreams can come true. brian: thanks for coming, guys. ainsley: have they ever been here? steve: aerosmith? yes in the olden days steven tyler was here a couple times. brian: american idol judge. ainsley: that's right. steve: i would say being. steve: a lot of news to ta