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>> liz: so will the market jitters over north korea pick up or settle down? i'll be on it tomorrow on fox business' countdown to the closing bell 3:00 p.m. for now, keep it here for "the specialists." >> kat: i am kat timpf with lisa boothe. this is the fox news specialist. fast-moving developments. president trump and bring up his threats against north korea. following a meeting moments ago, president trump responded to north korea's morning it would potentially fire missiles near the u.s. territory of guam by mid-august. >> let's see what he does with quam. he does something in guam, it will be an event the likes of which nobody has seen before, what will happen in north korea. he's not going to go around threatening guam and is not going to threaten the
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united states and he's not going to threaten japan and he's not going to threaten south korea. no, that's not a dare, as you say, that's a statement of fact. >> kat: president trump double down on his previous fire and fury statement against north korea. >> frankly, the people that work questioning that statement, maybe it wasn't tough enough. what they've been doing and what they been getting away with is a tragedy and it can't be allowed. >> kat: thoughts? >> dagen: there have been so much made about the president's comments when the upset denier should be a bit north korea. i think you are hearing from president trump all of his advisors, cabinet secretaries, that there is the approach of telling north korea and the west, the rest of the world, that we have a military option available but also using
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sanctions and diplomacy as well. it's a two-pronged approach. you've got, if you're going to use carrots, you have to use sticks. that's what the president is saying. >> kat: i am very mad at north korea but i'm also concerned -- bad, bad, bad north korea. i'm a little concerned about that kind of rhetoric to be prompting them to do something to us first. >> lisa: i think it's overblown. you look at what secretary natta said. he was confirmed on the 98-1 basis. he's known for being a brilliant military strategist. a student of history, who echoed the same thing, saying north korea's actions could be the end of the regime and the destruction of their people. saying something that's very, very similar. this is a guy who's not afraid to buck leadership. we saw that with president obama over the iran deal which is part of the reason he was relieved of his duties at central command.
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>> kat: time to meet today's specialists. founder and president of goofriend specializes in law and politics. david goodfriend is here. she is a political independent was worked on campaigns for republicans and democrats. "new york times" best selling author and an independent conservative after years of work at the community organizer on the left. specializes in the psychology of politics. i like that. very, very interesting. tammy, what's your take? the fire and fury, are concerned by me -- it might be giving kim jong-un some ideas. >> tammy: what we are seeing now is donald trump using their language. when you are thinking about business negotiations or political diplomacy, it's about making sure you're speaking in a manner that your counterpart is going to understand.
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they would understand the fire inferior comment more than anything else. i can allay your fears about how kim jong-un might respond. yesterday "the wall street journal" noted that the threat was unusually specific to andersen air force base in guam. they have always made threats against us but they were vague. this was specific. today "the new york times" reporting that's changed to attacking the waters. that's a very different dynamic than in fact specifically targeting american military and of course the american citizens on guam. none of that is acceptable because once you've got the missiles going, we are going to have to respond. when it comes to rhetoric and what the north koreans would understand, this is the point that had to be made which is that he's not obama. he is not clinton. he's not bush. this is different, and it's serious. they have to take it seriously. if kim jong-un doesn't understand that, perhaps the people around him do. china now understands this will be very different.
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>> kat: we have seen china have a bit more of a response ever since president trump has started talking like that. >> david: it's very troubling. let's be serious. this is real people's lives, americans lives. the missile crisis president kennedy face, this is serious stuff. i'm trying hard not to try -- trying hard not to turn this into a political tit for tat. robert underwood, head of the university of guam and i talked to him today. he said we are american citizens. we feel like we are being treated like hostages. we are being threatened essentially by both sides. president trump says go ahead, let's see what you've got. these are american citizens who live by our laws who were occupied by the japanese during world war ii. i think it would be really useful to point out that this is not just some island out in the middle of nowhere.
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these are americans. this is american territory, american citizens. imagine if it was your state. go ahead, hit california. not good. having said that, the one thing i want to add, tammy, we are best when we are united. when we present a united front, that's when we are strongest. you have the senate, chairman of the senate armed services committee and ben cardin. openly critical of how the president is handling it, not good. i would've loved to see diplomacy here at home with president trump reaching out to congress in forming a unified front. >> lisa: do you place that same criticism on secretary mattis? >> david: yes, i think the fact that we have open dissent in the united states and we are facing a critical national secured emergency is shameful. i don't think that's unique to president trump. >> dagen: you mention
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republicans. it's shameful that you've seen this mild outrage about a few words from the president. from the left, democrats. >> david: and senator mccain. >> dagen: also a lot of members of the media if they have blown it out of proportion. to tammy's point, to quote "the wall street journal" editorial page, this is communist-style language. there is a message to the -- there is a method to the messaging. as much as the democrats have loved diplomacy which has not worked, there are tough, tough things we can do with china in terms of trade. the u.n. agreement over the weekend does not touch oil imported into north korea from china, refined products. it doesn't really address a lot of the foreign slave workers that are overseas. >> lisa: did you ever think that maybe their criticism is political or some of the coverages political? if you look at a lot of the
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actions president trump has taken, the deployment of thaad, u.n. sanctions, getting russia and china on board as well. the sanctioning of the chinese bank. president trump has taken diplomatic and economic actions as well that are very positive. trying to push back against north korea and you don't really hear a whole lot of credit given to him by the critics such as yourself. >> david: i will give him some credit. i want to say something nice here. hold on. >> dagen: brace yourselves. al gore was somewhat complementary of the president. >> david: okay, i want to say something nice. i thought president trump conducted himself well in this afternoon's press conference and i do think that was the style of rhetoric, that was the style of engagement that i would like to see out of our president. >> dagen: if i could add,
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there is a method to the process. you are keeping the north koreans on their own heels. your hearing statements from president trump about fire and fury, comments from secretary tillerson and mattis. one thing he said during the campaign and recently was he doesn't want to telegraph exactly what we are going to do, but there has to be a verbal response to the north koreans because that's what they do understand. at the same time, the chinese know a very specific dynamic like the thaad system in south korea. that has a powerful radar. there are concerns that could see into china. they are worried about massive refugee problems on the border. a few months ago they moved tens of thousands of troops to the north korean border. if you have a unified korea, they know that means the united states will be on their border. this is what china is concerned about. >> david: we fought a war about h. >> tammy: we did, and it's not even over. it's under a cease-fire.
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this is what i think the president has to realize. there's a lot of reasons for them to do nothing but the biggest reason to do something is to end the madness, protect the united states which means guam as well, and the people of guam know what's going on. this is the first time they've heard a man who is the commander-in-chief who is governing versus placating the enemy. lisa mentioned that sanctions. >> dagen: there is so much more we could do, the world could do, in secondary sanctions. companies in china to do business with north korea. even mike pompeo said in the security forum this would have been in july, he was talking about separating, if you want to call it regime change, call it that. he was talking about separating kim jong-un from his missiles. he would be a great thing to denuclearize the peninsula to get those weapons off that but
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the thing that's most dangerous is the character who holds the control over them today. mike pompeo was messaging that. weeks ago. >> tammy: is not just north korea. they are working with iran. iran has this technology. you might have -- cut off the money through sanctions but iran has millions of dollars courtesy of us. also dealing with issues of al qaeda, isis, pakistan. it's broader than north korea at this point. the money comes in from multiple sources, money that we can't necessarily control. >> kat: it's obviously a delicate problem. that's why i think so many people were kind of thrown off by the fire and fury comments. if i hear any president, no matter who they are or how i feel about them, saying something it seems that could be an incitement to nuclear war, i'm going to say what was that? i'm going to be concerned. >> lisa: i read that statement
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of him saying if you attack the united states, be prepared for what's to come, not saying we are going to -- >> kat: he used the word "threat." and then essentially they threatened guam so i guess if he meant what he said, we should be going after them now. i don't think we should. >> lisa: there is a heightened tension in a heightened sense of fear because of social media. >> dagen: it's not what the president said. it's i'm watching my five favorite movies of all time over the weekend because the world was coming to an end. these are prominent individuals. >> kat: movies. that's what i think. i'm going to watch all the movies. >> lisa: there is so much focus on the rhetoric but not a lot of attention given to the actions and reasonable actions taken by the trump
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administration and the winds, the u.s. resolution. people want to focus on the rhetoric as opposed to, i'm not against the rhetoric. i think secretary mattis, a reasonable man, deep thinker, echoed those statements i think it was intentional from this administration. but i do think there needs to be more of a focus on the action. >> kat: i think you can do both. i've given him full credit when i liked the way he's handled certain things, including north korea, putting pressure on china. that's great but it doesn't matter how my feelings are about your otherwise, a lot of those things he's done have been great. but in terms of this specific language. language does matter. >> david: we've used this name a couple times. china, for a long time, whether it was president bush, president clinton, president obama, what made this situation, complicated is china. donald trump, i think he's trying to show the chinese that
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this time he's serious about cracking down on trade, currency, the trump card, if you will committed they've always used as north korea. maybe that's a brilliant strategic play. i hope it is for all of our sakes. but if it's not, if it turns out to be a miscalculation, and now we have china to worry about, it's a whole nother ball game. >> tammy: one more psychological dynamic, he's looking at this serious of whether or not kim jong-un and the north koreans will hurt innocent people. think of otto warmbier, the horrible dynamic of that man coming home brain-dead, almost like a slap in the face of north korea. have your kid back. he's dead now. that's what i think informs the president. the nature of the regime, whether or not they are willing to hurt innocent people.
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president trump, i think he knows the impact of that. i think that probably has impacted his view of north korea. >> dagen: asymmetric outrage where the left gets upset about a few words but the president but not upset about an otto warmbier being sent back here to die. >> kat: i don't know. it seems like there is so much more to discuss on this topic. up ahead, president trump is speaking out for the first time about the fbi raid of paul manafort's home. usaa to me means peace of mind. we had a power outage for five days total. we lost a lot of food. we actually filed a claim with usaa to replace that spoiled food. and we really appreciated that we're the webber family and we are usaa members for life.
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>> dagen: supporters of president trump have been slamming an fbi raid on the virginia home of paul manafort. a short time ago, president trump address it. >> i thought it was a very, very strong signal or whatever. i know mr. manafort. i haven't spoken to him for a
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long time but he was with the campaign for a relatively short. of time. i thought it was a very -- they do that very seldom. i was surprised to see it. i've always found paul manafort to be very decent man. >> dagen: president trump responded to the state of the russia probe overall. >> we have a situation which is very unusual. everyone said there is no collusion. we have a senate hearing. we have judiciary, intelligence, a house hearing. everybody walks out, even the enemies, no, no, there's no collusion. they are investigating something that never happened. >> dagen: tammy bruce, i thought his comments about the paul manafort raid which was predawn, very extreme measure by the fbi. how measured the president was. >> tammy: the whole press conference i think he had a very
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good centered sense. he is dealing with life -- and death issues. i am not awake at 6:00 a.m. i'm sure a lot of shows, a lot of wonderful shows on fox news. some of the leaks, there been many leaks about this event that either would have to come from the special counsel's office or lawyers. we learned they knocked on the bedroom door to get to mr. manafort. i think the moment the grand jury was impaneled, every single person who would've fed concerned about or is under investigation should have made sure they had their really nice pajamas on from that day forward. this is expected. paul manafort, carter page, michael flynn. this is not surprising. for the president's attorney to chime in this way, the more significant charges that they took privileged and confidential information that he had worked
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on with his lawyer. this was the day after he spoke to the senate committee which means he would've been preparing a great deal. a month after, he belatedly filed as a foreign agent. all of this happened within that framework and the last point, they had inherited this investigation from u.s. attorneys. this wasn't from the beginning. they come in a lot of ways, are acting on an investigation that had already developed the information they felt they needed to move on. >> dagen: kat, judge andrew napolitano has talked about this at length. he said this is the greatest weapon of the fbi and the special counsel, a weapon of a last resort. it is a dramatic move. >> kat: it is a big deal. i know some of trump's lawyers think this is for shock value. judges don't give out warrants for shock value. i've never been a judge but i do know that much. everyone is so quick to say this has never happened before. look at how biased the judges
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are and the investigators. i know a lot of the investigators are biased. i definitely admit that. a lot of them are clinton lawyers. when it's something this extreme, you have to stop and think okay, probably maybe he did something that had never been done before. they wouldn't be going to these links if there was nothing there. just for show, no way. >> david: i think tammy put it best. when we had a former fbi director named special counsel, what did you expect? this is pretty much par for the course. we have a president of the united states was the subject of a criminal probe, along with his family, his closest advisors. what did we expect? i will point out that when my former boss, president clinton, was being investigated by a special prosecutor. the monica lewinsky investigation grew out of that. the real wild card is what is the special prosecutor going to find?
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everything that has happened so far is perfectly predictable. >> lisa: to tammy's point regarding the leaks and the information, i find it concerning. kat is right. we need to believe this is nonpartisan and there's not a political lens mueller is wearing. when you have information like this service command raises doubts. that's a concern. we are at a time where americans do not trust institutions in this country and that damages the trust. >> dagen: before you go on, i will point out that the fbi agents, if this is done specifically political purposes, to raid paul manafort's home, they put themselves in legal jeopardy. we must point that out. >> david: and we have to point out mueller himself is about as trusted a man as america can produce. he was a republican appointee. he had a lifetime in law enforcement. this is the gold standard for basic law enforcement straight down the middle. >> lisa: i certainly hope so. i do find the leaks troubling.
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i think a big problem right now is there so much information we don't know about this and the absence of information leads to wild speculation. that's damaging for the trump administration. it allows people to run wild with these various ideas, and there's so much we don't know yet. >> dagen: the danger you get indicted for something unrelated to the russia probe. that's the old focus, kind of from your playbook if you are a prosecutor. >> kat: weather that could be used to try to get leverage against trump. >> dagen: we will be right back. president trump dialing up his feud with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell. who said good? on my travels across the country i came across this house with water dripping from the ceiling. you never know when something like this will happen. so let the geico insurance agency help you with homeowners insurance and protect yourself from things like fire,
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>> lisa: president trump stepping up his attacks on mitch mcconnell. a series of tweets today slamming the majority leader for the failure to repeal and replace obamacare. >> i said mitch, get to work and let's get it done. they should've had this last one done. they lost by one vote. for thing like that to happen is a disgrace. frankly, it shouldn't have happened. that i can tell you. >> lisa: president trump responded about whether senator mitch mcconnell should retire. >> if he doesn't get repeal and replace done and if he doesn't get taxes done, meaning cuts and reform, and if he doesn't get a very easy one to get done, infrastructure, he doesn't get them done, then you can ask me that question. >> lisa: tammy, what do you think of president trump's response to mitch mcconnell's comments. >> tammy: he's been reserved until now. mitch mcconnell, i think it's a
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huge mistake politically, speaking in front of a rotary group, kind of slamming the president, who he doesn't know the lay how to handle this. president trump is the president for a reason. a new pew poll indicates congress has a 10% approval rating. democrats and republicans and independents around 87% disapproving. when it comes to how americans are viewing what's going on, congress is not winning. the president i think is actually literally giving him another chance. newt gingrich resigned when his approval rating was at about 30%. when you are at 10%, maybe there should be some automatic combustion. there really is a point where you have to admit you failed, that you've done something wrong, and not resign from your positions but step down from leadership to give people another chance. >> lisa: kat, as someone who was more nonpartisan, not as ideological. >> tammy: she is ideological. >> kat: vary.
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>> lisa: what dagen said. what's your take on hearing that from president trump? >> kat: love it. i am serious. can we stop for pretending it's about the timeline. it's about the fact that you didn't know what the h word you were doing. the heck you were doing. you have no idea. it's as if president trump is the one thing let's get republicans in there, repeal and replace. no, you said that mitch. everyone in the g.o.p. congress was saying that. you set the timeline, you have the expectation that you had something to do. it's like political gas lightin lighting. >> dagen: president trump let these bozos do whatever he they want. you put whatever together, i'll sign it. they still can't get it done. excessive expectations should be the t-shirt that everyone of
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these losers should be forced to wear when they are up for reelection. why can't mitch mcconnell get lisa murkowski in line and tell her to stop using talking points from the democrats about, i didn't come to washington to hurt people. >> lisa: we need to get the democrat in here. the democratic party continues to say they want to work with republicans. criticizing republicans for not engaging. what meaning proposals has the democratic party put forward? >> david: the smartest thing for me to say as a democrat is nothing. i should just let these guys shoot at each other all day. i am of course going to talk. but i will tell you. there's a glimmer of hope for bipartisanship that's blossoming on the senate health committee, this committee that handles health issues.
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the chair and the ranking democrats are working together on how to fix obamacare. i hope it's not trampled in the dysfunctional partisanship of washington. i hope we see a blossom because it is an opportunity. the health bill didn't get a single public hearing. the obamacare bill had over 100 hearings in congress. the way to do this is out in the open and building support as you go. >> dagen: he is excited because the republicans have dawned their elephant costumes and now they see them for what they are. these republican senators are a bunch of "tax us more" liberals. >> lisa: d democratic party didn't try to engage republicans either. the trump-mcconnell feud sparking calls from some prominent republicans like newt gingrich for both sides to accept blame. >> with a narrow margin, mitch mcconnell got 49 out of
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49 out of 52. the president can't disassociate from this. he is part of the leadership team. he's not an observer in the stands. he's on the field. it was a collective failure. both the trump administration and the republicans in the senate failed. >> lisa: i want to go around the table. tammy, sorry to cut you off earlier. let's go to you first. >> tammy: donald trump has been there for six months. the people who been dealing with this without a plan have been in there for decades. mr. gingrich is a company man for the swamp, and it's ridiculous. [laughter] president trump had mike pence in place to deal with legislation and reince priebus. we can see how well that worked out. he's not fair any longer. the fact is, they were supposed to get the job done. this was, donald trump also have the senators at the white house, he was talking to everybody. what was shocking, the failure
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of mitch mcconnell. >> kat: i think it goes to what dagen was saying. what is a republican? i thought it was supposed to be a small government type of view of the world if you call yourself conservative. this bill they cannot with was essentially an insurance company be allowed. that's not a conservative thing. who even are you? they were too afraid to do what they said they were going to do. >> dagen: debt ceiling, funding the government completing a budget in place with a concert talking about tax reform, they've got that on the agenda. >> lisa: i feel like we have some agreement on the table. we're going to end with that. straight ahead, a federal judge orders a search for ghazi-related emails tied to hillary clinton. stay with us.
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>> kat: welcome back to "the fox news specialists." our specialists today are david goodfriend and tammy bruce. a federal judge is ordering the state department resume its search for benghazi related emails tied to hillary clinton. the 2012 terror attack on the u.s. consulate in van ghazi, libya, resulted in the death of four americans. the d.c. district court judge, searching for relevant document documents. david, going to get you in here. the judge wouldn't be doing this for no reason. they have to think they are missing something. >> david: we are a nation of laws. that's an obama appointee, that judge. doing his job and he should be commended for it. you'll have to forgive me for
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the irony that while we have a president under investigation by a special prosecutor was still talking about benghazi, it is like the white whale in moby dick. okay. produced documents. i don't care. that's what's supposed to happen. while we are added, let's let mr. mueller and the special prosecutor team do their job too. it's got to be the same treatment on both sides. if you love the investigation of hillary clinton and you think they ought to follow the law then you should say the same thing about the fbi and mueller and trump. they are all part of the same thing. we are a nation of laws. look around the world, most people live at the opposite end of a gun being pointed at them, and that's how they view their government. at least in this country we are a nation of laws and i say let it go forward. >> kat: you have a look on your face, dagen. >> dagen: the loved ones of those four people died deserve rigorous honesty. and if the state department couldn't even comb through its own records for these
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emails, it's shameful that this has not happened. the loved ones of those four individuals, they deserve every lead turned over. that's what i boils down to. they were lied to from day one about what really happened. >> tammy: that's a big problem. this is wasn't -- wasn't like we think there is more. they only looked at valerie's server and outside emails. they didn't look through their accounts for huma abedin, sheryl mills, jake sullivan. emails they have immediate access to. this becomes the real story, was this part of a cover-up? the same civil service but chose not to look -- i agree we are a nation of laws but nobody was prosecuting those laws for the last eight years. now the law matters, and i am glad. we have to look who made the choice to not local.
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and are they still there, are they still making decisions and this comes down to president trump. when are you going to deal with these holdovers when it comes to how we get work done and whether or not this kind of -- this is going to continue with so many years and american family still waiting for justice. >> lisa: with van ghazi we had four americans killed, and administration that was intentionally dishonest. after they said that, al qaeda was on the run, two months before an election, they told us one thing, hillary clinton was emailing her daughter something different, telling the egyptian prime minister something different, the libyan president something different. yet telling the families of those dead americans something entirely different. we have an administration that lied to us, yet you look at the breathless coverage of the russian investigation with president trump where nobody has died. and there's a complete double
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standard, the interests of the media and the way it was covere covered. >> david: i am reminded of candidate donald trump and kellyanne conway saying can you imagine a president of the united states under investigation? yes, i can, and his name is donald trump. you've got right now situation where the president is under investigation. the scenario the trump campaign laid out, how horrible it would be to have hillary clinton in the white house, we've got that right now. >> tammy: james comey confirmed to the senate that the president is not under investigation. i want to remind people. >> david: his son, his closest advisors. we don't know whether the campaign included with the russians. >> kat: more to talk about.
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>> dagen: a college student in virginia going to the slammer for registering dead people devote for democrats. 21-year-old andrew spieles, a student at james madison university in virginia, was sentenced to 100 days in the big house for fraudulently registering deceased citizens among others devote leading up to the 2016 election. spieles worked for the democratic party affiliated group harrisonburg votes and was being paid to register as many people as possible. he was caught up in the city's registrar recognized that one of the registered voters submitted by him was actually dead. voter fraud commissioned by president trump is ridiculed from the left, but there you go. >> david: it happens all over the place. we had a former colorado g.o.p. chair who cast a vote for his dead wife. he got in trouble. in miami, a ballot stuffing scandal by republicans, and
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atrial voter in iowa who voted twice and explained to authorities it's because the system is rigged. when these stories, and they happen on both sides to mark taken up by state legislatures who try to suppress votes through illegal voter i.d. laws like what happened in north carolina. the supreme court said that was illegal. that's the problem. in other words, you take the stories and you say we should crackdown on voter fraud. you don't take the stories and say let's deliberately disenfranchise african-americans or students or other groups against the constitution. that's what happens a lot of times with the stories. >> dagen: this is evidence he goes on and it does warrant a closer look. my first reaction was where did this idiot go to college? >> tammy: their lack of law and order. he's 21 years old. this is a federal crime. he will be out of jail but this isn't going to go away for him. this is a message to anyone who doesn't believe the law doesn't apply to democrats or liberals.
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now they know it does. americans agree that we want to clear and fair voting process. we expect there to be standards have to prove that, what we've been concerned about voter fraud. >> david: tell me where you've heard people say this only applies to republicans. it's never happened to democrat democrats. >> dagen: you have that coffee-stained cheat sheet of republicans stuffing ballot boxes. we know you carry that around in your pocket. >> david: i remember chicago and mayor daley and registration of dead voters and i'm a nine-member the miami ballot stuffing. >> tammy: president trump wants to stop all that for everyone so we can love and trust the election process. >> david: provided we are not disenfranchising groups of people. in north carolina, the court looked at evidence that the legislature was asking, when do black people vote? they vote on sundays. let's get rid of that. when do students vote? they vote early legislation re,
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let's get rid of that. that we should have none of tha that. >> dagen: the fact that this kid, i call him a kid, got caught, almost by accident. shows there's giant holes in the way people are registering to vote. >> kat: you cannot wear that bow tie. someone needs to town that. leave it at home. it does happen, it's something we need to address. it's not as widespread as president trump's multimillion estimate. tried to use it or not do more harm than good. look into it. >> lisa: of course voter fraud is real. you can't out run the long arm of the law. i feel bad for him a little bit. he's 21 years old. he should have had more oversight. this is a good lesson for young people working on campaigns. >> kat: it doesn't take a
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genius. >> lisa: he is 21. i feel bad for his future. >> kat: i know people -- >> dagen: thank you to tammy bruce and david goodfriend. we've had a terrific time. we say goodbye to you. more when we come back. when i started taking the chantix that urge just slowly diminished and it was a great and empowering feeling. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. chantix reduced my urge to smoke. when you try to quit smoking, with or without chantix, you may have nicotine withdrawal symptoms. some people had changes in behavior or thinking, aggression, hostility, agitation, depressed mood or suicidal thoughts or actions with chantix. serious side effects may include seizures, new or worse heart or blood vessel problems, sleepwalking or allergic and skin reactions which can be life-threatening. stop chantix and get help right away if you have any of these. tell your healthcare provider if you've had
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>> lisa: time for our last segment. it's time for... >> "wait, what" ." >> lisa: i have something exciting to share. i was on a yellow ribbon on her air flight from oshkosh wisconsin and i'm going to share with you tomorrow. "fox & friends" at 6:30 a.m. here is a little bit from it. >> we know we didn't all get our pats on the backs, didn't get a lot of thank-yous. as of today, that changes. >> lisa: what a change. instead of dirty looks, these veterans received cheers, a true welcome home. an amazing experience and i'm so glad to share with you tomorrow. dagen, what do you have. >> dagen: as i compose myself. i can't wait to see that. change gears a little bit. krispy kreme is going to celebrate the total solar clipart clips on august 21st.
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chocolate waterfall and this would be my reaction. if i wasn't a lady. >> really the only word for it is [gobbling] >> kat: i wanted to talk about this white house chicken balloon thing. the trump chicken balloon at the white house. the artist has been planning it since march and he spent five grand on the materials in the work of the placement of it. is it supposed to be a bad thing? if somebody made a balloon of me and they spent five grand, i don't care if i was an angry chicken or not, i would be flattered. >> dagen: there was a skit donald trump did years ago on saturn and live where he owned a chain of chicken wing shops.
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sleep and we thank you for watching. make sure to follow us on social media at fncspecialists on twitter and facebook. remember, 5:00 will never be the same. >> bret: this is a fox news alert. president trump says he would like to "denuke" the world. good evening. i am bret baier. we are coming to live tonight from chicago, city dealing with the crime wave and more than 400 murders already this year. we will have to report about that, and i will talk with chicago's former police superintendent. first, will promote working vacation in bedminster new jersey after meeting with his vice president that afternoon, president trump took ample of questions from reporters and made some news. the president was not finished. after meeting with his national security team, the president essentially h


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