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breakfast for dinner. it's going to be a fun week. it's going to be a good one. happy monday morning, everybody. a lot to wake up to. steve: no kidding. we are going to start with a fox news alert right now. nationwide tensions reaches fevered pitch following the deadly rally on saturday. abby: turning peaceful freedom rally into chaos. as can you see there, clashing with the cops in seattle. pete: protesters armed with ax handels and 2 by 4s taunting police hoping to insight violent. forced to use pepper spray and flash bang grenades to keep the protests separated. steve: three arrested for obstruction and assault. thankfully nobody was hurt. abby: keep a close eye on that as well. feds digging deeper into the charlottesville. hate filled path. steve: mike pence makes it
very clear the trump administration condemns all hate groups. pete: a vigil was held last night for the woman mowed down in chilling attack. good morning. >> it is a sad and somber morning in charlesville as this town and nation comes to town with what happened here over the weekend. police say the driver who intentionally drove his car here into the crowd on charlesville on saturday killing one woman and injuring 19ers is expected to be arraigned charged with second degree murder. we have a warning of some strong video to show you. police say that james drove his gray dodge into the crowds here on saturday killing 32-year-old heather hayes. this is all related to the white supremacy riots here that vice president mike pence says both he and the president condemned. >> we have no tolerance for hate and violence. white supremacists, neo nazis
or the kkk. these dangerous fringe groups have no place in american public life and in the american debate and we condemn them in the strongest possible terms. >> there was a visual held here and other vigils around the country in remembrance of heather hayes and two virginia state troopers killed when their chopper crashed while assisting law enforcement. now, it's not clear if the driver will appear in person or by video at the court behind me. of course, there are safety concerns if you were to appear in person. he also could be charged with domestic terrorism in addition to the second degree murder charge. and federal investigators are looking into whether he had any help when he drove his car into the crowds on saturday. back to you guys in new york. steve: also the attorney general has apparently launched an investigation. and the national security advisor, h.r. mcmaster said
this was indeed terrorism. abby: there has been a lot of outrage. democrats, media, i mean i was looking at the daily news this morning. the title, the nazi trump will not cull out. i knew right away when he didn't call it what it was a lot of people. i knew exactly the direction that the media and the democrats would take it. it fits into the narrative many have had the whole time that he has been president that he supports these types of groups. peter peter no matter what they were going to say that. first he condemns in the strongest possible terms supports the police and our country how we should rally around it. yesterday the white house came out with a very strongly and specifically worded statement. this is what the white house said in response. they said the president said very strongly in his statement yesterday that he condemns all form of violence, bigotry and hatred. of course that includes white supremacists, kkk, neo nazi and all extremist groups calling them out by name
yesterday. >> one of the reasons many were upset was because he had used the phrase many sides. pete: on all sides. steve: leaders from both parties seemed to say that that spread the blame equally between the whited nationalists and the counter protesters and then that prompted that particular response that you just read right there, which was very specific. abby: it should be called out. when you heard there from the vice president mike pence, we're talking about hate-filled groups. should be called out for inciting violence for doing what they done saturday. there is no place for that in this country and for the discourse. i think it's been clear that no one can stand for that. pete: as mike huckabee pointed out when the president made the statement we didn't know who the driver of the car was. they haven't found hot driver of the car was. the statement was very specific. james oustfield is obsessed with hitler and nazis which no one in this country would deem okay or demonstrative of large
groups of people in this country. but, still, the "new york times" says his statement is found wanting. if that is not found editorializing on the front page i don't know what is. steve: the vice president of the united states is going to be in transit there is a possibility he could have a press conference. i have a feeling he is probably going to talk about this. abby: you remember a few years ago the black lives matter movement when barack obama was in office and there were, you know, at one point there were five cops that were killed. steve: in dallas. a. abby: down in dallas. take a look at the flashback. >> first of all, i think it's very hard to untangle the motives of this shooter. i think the danger, as i said, is that we somehow suggest that the act of a troubled individual speaks to some larger political statement across the country. steve. pete: he wasn't actually
entirely wrongs the grace given to him of course is never given to president trump in this. if you remember micah johnson shooter supported the new black panther party told officers on the scene that he was upset about black lives matter. yet, in that case we're told don't untangle the motives we can't paint one group with a broad brush, which no one should too. abby: unfortunately that happens all too often today. have you one individual that then turns into speaking for a political party and much bigger party. pete: for a president. abby: that's when it gets very complicated and problematic. steve: speaking of complicated and problematic. let's now turn to north korea whereas it turns out north korea has recalled their prime intamses from the united nations, china and russia. they have been called back to the home office reportedly to talk about figuring strategy, given the fact that it sounds like kim jong un wants to do something else militarily. pete: that's ha rough job ambassador for north korea. called back to the mothership,
as you said, probably strategic rise where to go next. senator lindsey graham had strong comments about this administration and those calling out their approach on north korea, asking an important question. take a listen. >> i don't think there is an military action that's imminent but we are on a collision course with north korea. president trump inherited a mess to all those smart people who criticizing his rhetoric and his policy, how well did you do? steve: that's a great pointed. abby: spot on though when you think about where we are today how we got here. you have to think about the strategies that were used in dealing with places like north korea. maybe we weren't as tough. maybe we didn't speak their language or threaten them the way we have seen donald trump do. pete: maybe they didn't believe in a credible threat of military force. sanctions, direct talks. u.n. resolutions they are not effective if that regime doesn't follow through and do what you say you were going to do. steve: mike pompeo says from his point of view as the cia
guy no imminent threat of war with north korea. general dunford is over in asia. he reported we are ready for war. with you he supports rex tillerson and any diplomatic effort to make sure that comes to peaceful resolution. pete: if you are ready, that's the best deterrent from it actually happening is what we are hearing from this white house. this white house is here for four years. people already looking at 2020. one of which is elizabeth warren. and she is now, a lot of people speculating thee might run in 2016. a lot speculating she would run in 2020. she is a far left progressive. what would she do to be viable. steve: when she talking to the net roots convention over the weekend she made it very clear don't worry, folks out there, who support progressive themes, because we are not going to be a party of moderates. we are going to go way to the left. listen to this. >> the democratic party isn't going back to the days of
welfare reform and the crime bill. this is not going to happen. we are not the gate crashers of today's democratic party. we are not a wing of today's democratic party. we are the heart and soul of the democratic party. we're going to be the people who lead the democratic party back from the wilderness and lead our country out of this dark time? then we can't waste energy arguing about whose issue matters more and who in our alliance should be voted off the island. abby: interesting she used heart and soul. when you about the democratic party today, i feel like a lot of people would say that's what missing. what is their heart? what is their soul. what do they stand for. i feel like she was kind of taking a hit there. pete: kind of. women fair reform and crime bill? get out of here.
if that's their message from the 2016 election more like bernie sanders and elizabeth warren. i feel like that works in the ballot box in 2020. >> good morning. a manhunt underway after three people are gunned down at a racetrack in wisconsin. police say the victims were shot at point blank range near a food vendor great lakes in milwaukee. police have no idea what happened before the shooting. nearly 5,000 people were at the racing event. no one else was hurt. two american soldiers are dead killed while fighting in iraq. u.s. military officials say the service members died during combat training operations and not by enemy contact. five others hurt in the incident. none of the soldiers have been identified. no further details are available at this hour. one of golf wants youngest stars makes a huge come back. did you see this? it was the biggest win of his career.
>> and thomas with the finishing touches. >> justin thomas winning the pga shooting a 68 in the final round at call hallow. he trailed by three strokes heading into the day. it is the 24-year-old's first major tourism win. jumps to number 6 overall in the world rankings. i heard steve asking what hole is that that it sat there? it was 10. it just sat there and sat there for 10 seconds. that's going to be the stroke that everybody talks about. and then it dropped. they already wrote on the score card and is he walking away and he is like what? abby: thanks, jillian. steve: coming up on this monday, is senator marco rubio at the top of the venezuela hit list? shocking report ahead. abby: ready to take jeff sessions empty seat? trying to catch up on
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state of alabama, a state trump won by 30 points desperately courting his supporters before tomorrow's special elections to fill jeff sessions vacant u.s. senate seat. join us to discuss editor at large and senior fellow at the king college scott rasmussen. all right. scott, let's talk a little bit about the fellowsen the big board. have you judge roy moore people remember from the 10 commandments fight. you. >> also same sex marriage. steve: indeed, luther strange and mow brooks. tell us about those guys. they are the top three. >> nine guys running tomorrow in this first round of a three tier election. the top two finishers will face off against each other on september 26th and then eventually there will be an election against a democrat in december. the thee of them roy moore very strong base with essential conservatives because of the 10 commandments. luther strange incumbent but
appointed incumbent after jeff sessions it current job in the trump administration. strange as the bad fortune to be hanging out with senate republicans at a time when alabama voters and republican base voters all around the country are mad at senate republicans. mo brooks was angling for and hoping he would get endorsement from president trump. because who wouldn't want that endorsement in alabama. he didn't get it strange got the endorsement. if he survives tomorrow, and if he goes on to keep his seat in the u.s. senate, i think it will be because of president donald trump, but it depends on what trump does after tomorrow. steve: it's interesting because judge roy moore and mitch mcconnell are not ideologically at the same level. >> that was very tactful. steve: if he were to become the u.s. senator from alabama, is he not going to be working with mitch mcconnell. >> no. what he would be is a safe republican vote. i mean, this is a state is that doesn't elect democrats. it hasn't since the mid 190s as part of the overall conversion of the south. we would expect the republican
to fill this seat, to be very safe in this seat. and i think judge moore would be the biggest headache that you could possibly imagine for mitch mcconnell. steve: is he at the end of the day, tomorrow, who do you think will win. >> i think roy moore will be in the finals no, doubt. some polls suggest it could be close for the second spot. i suspect luther strange could get across the senate line. in late september if president trump continues to support strange, i think he will be the republican nominee. steve: all right. stay tuned. >> all right, steve. steve: thank you very much. interesting stuff. meanwhile, straight ahead on this monday, the former vander bolt professor who studied the movement behind this protest and what she found out we will discuss. more nfl players following the lead of collin kaepernick and sitting for the national anthem. ♪ walking real proud and talking real proud again in america
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pete: you may have focused on white supremacists and extreme. there is a fundamental difference between those two groups and long standing issue of nationalism in america is anything but clear cut between black and white. dr. carol swain author of the new white nationalism in america predicted the rise of these moosmghts 15 years ago. and she joins us now to explain. professor, thank you very much for being here. i have been very interested to get your take on the events of the day. you studied this in 2002. long before president trump or president obama. you noticed something a movement growing what did you see and why did it come about? >> well, first of all, what started me on the research in early 2,000, there was some high profile hate crimes where people went out and they were killing people of different races and that was very alarming. and i commissioned interviews
of 10 individuals who represented a wide spectrum of white nationalism. and what i came out with, i called it the new white nationalism because there was a new white leader that was well educated, very articulate, who was espoused in racial violence or using racial epitaphs, but they were using the language of multi-culturallism and identity politics to argue that white was like any other group and that white people were being discriminated against and that white people needed spokes persons. and i knew that they had the potential to expand because they were addressing issues that i think a lot of americans cared about but mainstream politicians were egg poring. and so this is very different from the old style white supremacist, associated with the kkk and the neo nazis.
and what i think happened in charlottesville is that you had the extreme right, the neo nazis, the chance people, but you also had some of the newer types who call themselves the at right. these are intellectuals who are using data. fbi statistics and science to support their argument and they say that they are white nationalists that care about white people as opposed to white supremacists who would say that white people are superior to blacks and jews and other groups. pete: professor, that's really interesting research. obviously james alec fields who mowed down protesters and support for nazis is a racist. in your studies when you talk about the at right and talk about those that may have had grievances that they perceived. would you describe them as universally racist as well? >> here is what i would say, is that with the guy that mowed down the protesters,
that he clearly was very angry. i don't know if he went to the rally with that purpose. but clearly he acted in a way that created violence. my understanding of the alt right is that they are making the case that if black people have interests and hispanics have interests, that white people have interests, too. and they are making an argument around civil rights that i believe resonates with a wider population. and i called it the new white nationalism to distinguish it from most our white supremacy. i believe part of the solution is to open up dialogue and listen to what people are saying because, by shutting down dialogue we are making it so that like minded people are only talking with each other. and just coming out and denouncing whited supremacy and painting everyone with the same broad brush does not solve the problem.
there are black nationalists. there are white nationalists. there are hispanic nationalists. so we can't say it's just one group. so the president was correct when he said that there were many morse forces involved. had the counter protesters not been there, maybe the entire rally would have ended differently. and these are people who are aggrieved over affirmative action, immigration, minority crime, and just what they sees a discrimination against white people. if we want to come together, we need to move away from identity politics and multi-culturallism and focus on the american national identity. that's the only way we're going to be able to get beyond. this. pete: very well said. professor, thank you very much. professor carol swain of vanderbilt university we appreciate your insight this morning. thank you. >> thank you. pete: coming up president trump another campaign promise in the trade war with china. what we know about the president's plan next.
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blow china trade war with u.s. steve: live with the very latest not far from where the president is right now, david lee. >> that's right. good morning. a few moments ago the president sent out his first tweet of the day. he said he is going to be focusing in the next few hours on trade and the military. specifically, mr. trump is going to be delving into his arsenal if you will of tools to address the issue of trade with china. later today he is expected to sign an executive memorandum that will authorize the u.s. trade representative to investigate if china is stealing u.s. technology. the investigation is going to focus on whether china is forcing u.s. companies to essentially hand over intellectual property in order to do business in that country. the outcome of this investigation could lead to tariffs on chinese products. now, the timing of this executive memorandum is getting a great deal of attention. mr. trump is calling on china to do more to pressure north
korea to halt its nuclear weapons program and only on friday he spoke with the chinese president on this very subject. senior administration officials say that events in north korea have absolutely nothing to do with mr. trump's policy on trade. they say national security and the issue of trade are two distinct issues. meanwhile, we're hearing from the senate minority leader chuck schumer who lashed out at the president saying, quote, president trump's pattern continues, tough talk on china. but weaker action than anyone could ever imagine. also this morning, guys, the chinese are also weighing in an editorial in an official chinese newspaper say that the president's actions could in the editorial's words, poison the u.s.-chinese relationship. and you might recall that it was only a little more than a week ago that mr. trump was very successful in getting the chinese on board with the u.n.
resolution 15 man must votes in the security council to increase sanctions against north korea but now separately they are ratcheting up pressure on the subject of trade. back to you. abby: no surprise there. steve: david lee out in new jersey, thank you very much. so while in public, china says yep, we're going to do everything we promised to in that 15-0 sanctions deal. the united states is going to squeeze them a little harder and say now, you can apply more pressure to north korea, can't you, china? pete: that's all the experts say the path through a diplomatic resolution is going to go through china. not going to do it because they like us. abby: china is the only one to put this to bed. about time we put more pressure on them. steve: i think you are right. 24 minutes before the top of the hour on this monday. abby: ainsley is herjillian is h
headlines. jillian: tensions reach a boiling. american forces now conducting joint military exercises with japan getting ready for anything. although the director of the cia says we are safe for now. >> there is nothing imminent today. but make no mistake about it, the continuation, the increased chance that there will be a nuclear missile in denver is a very serious threat and the administration is going to treat it as such. jillian: this comes amid reports north korea is calling their ambassador china russia and u.n. back to the rogue nation for a meeting. senator marco rubio may be on the top of a venezuelan hit list. florida senator has been a harsh critic of the socialist regime. the threat came from president nicholas maduro's right-hand man. called him the pablo escabar of venezuela. details of the assassination plot aren't verified but they are taking it seriously enough
that aruba's security detail has been beefed up. more football players are standing with collin kaepernick by taking a seat during the national anthem. last night seahawks defensive end michael bennet sat on the bench with a towel on his head as the rest of the team stood preseason game. marshon leverage sat down on saturday night and ate a banana instead of honoring his country. tom cruise's mission incomplete. super star tries and fails at his on stunts. this tmz exclusive video shows cruise crashing into a building while filming mission impossible 6 in london. the actor seen limping after the jump no. word on the extent of his injuries. the 55-year-old is known for doing his own action stunts for movies. that's a look at your headlines on this monday. i will send it back to you. pete: just lost a step. abby: i think it looks pretty cool.
can you brag about that. people say does he actually do his stunts? steve: actually producers of this movie say in this movie he will perform the biggest stunt in a movie by himself. he t. looks like boom. crashes. that's how you break five ribsz. pete: or a shin. abby: did they always film the biggest stunt because now i'm worried they can't finish it. steve: i get a feeling it's in the can, film can as they say. abby: could it be more beautiful across the country today? adam: this is looking like a pretty good forecast from coast to coast in the last several days there have been places where we have seen severe weather. not looking to be the case today. yes there will be showers and thunderstorms. large areas looking for a really good one. that's going to be the case in new york city. let's take a look at some of those weather mapsenned and see what we're talking about as we are going to be yes eventually some weather moves through the area. this is the system i'm talking about. this is tropical storm better. .
this one not affecting the weather pattern all that much in the coming days. what are we concerned about a little bit more? back in the united states monsoonal flow in the united states. not a lot of severe weather but isolated thunderstorms. that's something folks on the west coast will have to pay attention to. all and all looking like a nice day from coast to coast. steve: we will take it adam, thank you. abby: next he will jump from building to building as he reports the weather like tom cruise. steve: there is a lot of them here. abby: like spiderman. steve: showed you shocking video on friday a police officer shot at point blank range. >> take your hands out your pocket. take your hands out your pocket. [gunfire] >> shots fired. steve: oh, man. that police officer survived to tell the story and is going to join us live today. abby: really looking forward
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after drinking just a moderate amount of alcohol. have a couple of drinks, boom. they are out. abby: that is frightening. college experience on capitol hill great experience but most not getting paid for it. pete: 95% of politicians back minimum wage hike does not pay their own interns including senate minority leader chuck schumer, senator corey booker and senator chris murphy. steve: here with reaction is host of varney and company stuart varney. looks like a little hypocrisy, doesn't it. >> that's a nice strong word to use. do as we say, not as we do. i think that one applies here. let me repeat what you just said. 184 people in congress sponsored a bill, which was called raise the wage act. in other words raise the federal minimum wage 7.25 to $15 an hour. 184 politicians said yes, we are for it. 174 of them do not pay their
interns anything at all. they make use of free labor to run their congressional offices. steve: how do they go out in public then and show their face when they do that. >> hypothetical hypocrites haven to hide under a rock. we don't pay anything but we are all for you guys getting 15 bucks an hour. it is a case of do what we say and not what we do. it is hypocrisy. abby: i actually was never paid as an intern. the year after i left is when they. pete: when do interns get paid though. >> the feeling was you should pay interns because it costs money to be an intern. have you got to live somewhere. have you got to clothe yourself. if you don't pay them anything, then you are simply giving jobs to the sons and daughters of the rich. you are giving opportunity to the rich so that they can get on the ground floor. so pay them something. and open it up to all kinds of people. they are not doing it. steve: there is a cost to an intern because ultimately it would wind up costing about $6,000 per intern per summer, right? >> roughly right. you have to figure in some
rent and transportation and claudeth clothing and food and all the rest of it. if you work for free, who is paying that money? it's mom and dad in this particular case. pete: bernie sanders pays his interns not even a living wage. $12 an hour. not 15. elizabeth warren sometime ins and financial assist tansz. >> doesn't it remind you of obamacare? congress voted themselves an exexemption from the rigors of obamacare. they exempted themselves. another question of do as we say not as we do. we all have to live with obamacare. they don't. steve: right, but then congress wound up with, what, a 70% subsidy hey, we can't pay that. that's fine. the fine print is the federal government will give you a 70% subsidy. >> they got around it. abby: stuart, what's going on on wall street today? you have got a smile. >> open up your 401(k) and smile. surprise surprise again on a monday morning stock prices go straight up.
open with the dow up 100 and odd points. steve: why? >> why? it's my opinion and humble opinion it's president trump's face off with north korea appears to be successful thus far. is he pressuring china, get on our side. come on, help out with north korea. no developments from the north koreans over the weekend. the standoff continues. president trump's policy is show them you can take them and convince them that you will. and that so far, so far has been a successful policy. stocks up. steve: rhetoric last week kind of freaked out wall street, didn't it? >> yeah. for one day. the dow dropped 200 points in one day and then recovered a little bit and now this monday morning a complete recovery. not bad. pete: i would imagine you are not done working today. >> oh no. 9:00. watch us and then at 9:30 to see that opening bell when stocks go up. nice day. abby: three hours ahead. we look forward to it, stuart. we will be smiling all day long. >> good deal.
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just take a look at these headlines. this is from "newsweek," calling out the trump women for wearing high heels and forbes going as far as saying mump imelania trump is fashionae but she's unlikely to become a fashion model like michelle obamacare. steve, good to have you with us this morning. >> hello. abby: be a this is headline from vanity fair in 2009 talks about michelle obama being the best dressed at the time you say it's because who melania trump is married to she is fair game now when you have a lot of sources that never would have touched michelle obama in any negative way at all. is that true? >> i think. so i think the general rule with first ladies they are off limits. they are not elected. they are not setting public policy. you leave them alone. it's not just michelle obama.
it was also laura bush was left alone even though they made plenty of fun of george bush and strange the same rules don't apply to melania. abby: why is that the case? used to be regardless of your political affiliation or of who your husband was, there was a certain amount of respect first lady of the united states. seems like very for the very first time we are not seeing is that amount of respect made to melania trump. why is it so different this time? >> i think mostly because they are rewriting the rules for donald trump. they don't like him but also they feel that it's not their job to be, you know, it's a different game they are playing. it's a way to get at donald trump through his wife. whereas generally you leave the wives alone. if the wife is actually heavily involved in politics, then you might do something. you know, melania trump is not involved. abby: then you think about the audience. talking about magazines in a lot of cases. fashion magazines reaching women across the country. who are they trying to reach
here? i mean, is it just the left? because you look at someone like melania trump who travels all the time with the president, always looking dashing. always presenting herself in a very respectable way. if you are a magazine, why would you not want to have her on the cover? why would you not want to highlight the person that she is? >> well, you think they would be smarter. but i guess because most of the people who work at these magazines are democrats and they have to talk to their friends and go to parties with their friends, they would rather hold their head up high by saying they are not going to give donald trump the same shot that they gave to previous presidents. and melania as well. abby: not to mention her story, steve. being immigrant to this country speaking a number of different languages. she represent what is it means to live the american dream. you would think that not only her fashion and the way she presents herself but also just the story that she can tell. i'm just surprised we haven't seen that all over the place when michelle obama was in office she was on the cover of what seemed to be every single magazine.
>> well, some of the places that i quote in my article like "new york times" don't like her fashion, which is sort of odd because she is one of the first -- she is probably the first lady who actually was a fashion model. apparently she can't make it that way anymore. abby: yeah is that because they don't like her fashion or because they don't like who she is married to or because of the politics involved? >> yeah. probably the politics. if michelle obama and melania switched clothes, and they are about the same size, actually. they could probably do that. i think they would still like michelle's clothes and call her a fashion icon and not go for what melania is wearing these days. anything. it doesn't matter what. >> i have a feeling there are many women in this country like to see more of melania trump. steve cutters. thanks for being with us this morning. >> thank you. abby: showed you shocking video on friday. a police officer shot at point blank range. watch this. >> take your hands out your pocket. take your hands out your
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plans to strike the first blow against china with the u.s. >> thomas with the finishing touches the winner of the 99th pga championship justin thomas. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ dance, dance ♪ creeping up on you, dance, dance, dance. steve: inside our control room. deep in the heart of this building. and you know what? one of the guys in the back row is celebrating a birthday today. pete: which one? steve: there is he brian michael tell youy, that man right there. happy birthday, tell youy. you're working on your
birthday. pete: he was working over the weekend. he was working on his birthday. abby: brian is the one in our ear most of the morning. is he wonderful. they keep us going through the hours. pete: motivated and informed at times. remember, you should be saying this. steve: running out of time. it's like the 24 show. remember you are running out of time. happy birthday brian tell youy. abby: pete and i will be with you all week. steve: for better or for worse. brian and ainsley are on hollywooholiday for the whole wk separately. we will have of two of you here through friday. you are going to work like 10 straight. abby: we have a lot of news to get to this morning. we want to start with a fox news alert. tensions nationwide following fevered pitch deadly rally. pete: turning freedom rally into chaos.
clashing with cops on the street in seattle. steve: some of them sprayed the police officers with silly string. the protesters seen armed with ax handels. taunting police hoping to incite violence. forced to use pepper spray to keep the anti-protesters separated. [explosion] >> stay against the wall. [explosion] abby: three people were arrested for obstruction and assault. luckily no one was hurt. pete: now to another fox news alert. the feds now widening their investigation into the charlesville attack. suspects-hate filled past. steve: mike pence made it very clear the trump administration condemns all hate groups. abby: that's where we find our own matt finn where a vigil was held last night for a woman mowed down in the violence. i was watching this play out. it was heart breaking. what can you tell us this morning.
>> the heart break continues. it's a somber sunrise here in charlottesville as this town and the entire country really comes to terms with the violent riots that left three people dead here over the weekend. and the driver who plowed his car through the crowds killing a person is expected to be arraigned at the court behind me this morning, charged with second degree murder. and we have some strong video to show you of that incident. police say that james field jr. intentionally drove his gray dodge into crowds killing 32-year-old heather hayer and injuring 19 others. those are all related to white supremacy riots that he and vice president mike pence condemn. >> we have no tolerance for hate and violence. white supremacists, neo nazis or the kkk. these dangerous fringe groups have no place in american
public life and in the american debated and we condemn them in the strongest possible terms. >> there was a vigil here held last night and in other cities across the u.s. in remembrance of 32-year-old heather hayer and also two virginia state troopers were killed when their chopper went down this weekend they were assists law enforcement. they are identified as lieutenant h.g. collin and trooper pilot burke bates. now it's not clear if that driver will appear in person or in video. in the court behind me. he could potentially be charged with domestic terrorism. federal investigators are also looking into the possibility that he might have had some type of assistance when he drove his car into the crowds this weekend. back to you in new york. steve: mac finn live in charlesville with the very latest. we thank you very much. ever since yesterday, the president has taken a lot of heat because he did make a statement and he was talking about the problems were coming from many sides. and people on both sides of the political aisle said that the president seemed to be spreading the blame equally
between the white nationalists and the counter protesters. and that is one of the reasons the white house came out with a statement yesterday that was very clear. it goes like this: the president said very strongly in his statement yesterday that he condemns all forms of violence, bigotry and hatred. of course, that includes white supremacists, kkk, neo nazi and all extremist groups. pete: that's right. yesterday he did say, to be clear, he condemned in the strongest possible terms bigotry and hatred, talked about coming together and putting america first as opposed to racial identity first. talking to all sides, which everyone needs to hear, the specificity today, of course, comes after we learned that this james alex fields was obsessed with hitler and the nazis, something everyone would and should condemn. abby: yeah. and something that should be called out for what it is. there is no room in this country and political dialogue for hate and violence. we heard the president backing
that up yesterday and saying there is no room for that. he called out weather it's the kkk or whether it is the nazi group or white supremacists. there is no room for that i think we are all on the same page for that the president is getting hit for not calling it exactly what it was in that moment. as you said we didn't have all the facts yet. no surprise the media has run with that. that's the title of every paper this morning. pete: in that statement the "new york times" says his statement is found wanting. if there is ever editorializing on the front page, i think that's it. steve: hits daughter ivanka tweeted out there should be no room for racism, neo nazis. carol swain has looked at the situation and she has been studying the dynamic, racial dynamic for a number of years h she said essentially a lot of this comes from identity politics. >> coming out and denouncing white supremacy and painting everyone with the same broad
brush does not solve the problem. there are black nationalists, there are white nationalists. there are hispanic nationalists. and so we can't say it's just one group. so the president was correct when he said that there were many forces involved. if we want to come together, we need to move away from identity politics and multi-culturallism and focus on the american national identity. that's the only way we're going to be able to get beyond. this. pete: she went on to say we have to have mature, nonpolitically correct honest conversations about grievances and calling out the hate filled rhetoric on either side. honestly saying hey we disagree on some things but we should be able to come together about this country. abby: there are different groups involved. she was right when she said we have to be careful when we lump people together, whether it's assuming one political group or affiliation. you think about domestic terrorists, the guy that rammed that car in and killing that woman and injuring 19 people. he was apparently party of a neo nazi. did he not represent
necessarily everyone on the ground there that day. i don't stand by any of it. pete: how about president trump who they try to tie it to. steve: president trump has been up and tweeting this morning already. he said he is heading back to washington, d.c. to work on trade and the military. he will have a press conference with the press pool at 3:00 this afternoon after spending about 8 hours in the white house where they are putting a fresh coat of paint on some things and some new carpeting as well. abby: and some new airconditioning. steve: look for him to say more not only about trade but over the weekend in virginia. abby: everyone's eyes and ears are still on what's going to happen with north korea. the president's rhetoric has been quite tough. tougher than we have really seen in recent years against north korea, against china. and lindsey graham was on "fox news sunday" yesterday. he was actually praising the president for this tough rhetoric. he said how well did we do when we didn't have this tough rhetoric? here is what he says. said. >> i don't think there is an military action that's
imminent but we are on a collision course with north korea. president trump inherited a mess to all those smart people who are criticizing his rhetoric and his policy, how well did you do? pete: that's a great question both the left and the right previous administration. north korea also recalling its ambassadors. i didn't know north korea had at least effective ambassadors to russia, china and the u.n. seeing china putting new screws to north korea. likely as a result of tough talk and behind the scenes action. steve: sounds like the president is going to be putting the screws to china later today because the press availability at 3:00 is to talk about trade. going to be signing a memo to do as much as united states can to essentially, while china in public says yeah, we are helping you out, well, now, going to be a slap on the wrist. pete: he tried the mr. nice guy approach. if you want to help us out with trade stuff help us out with north korea. we are going to double down and force you to do that. your interests don't align with ours nicely.
steve: less carrot more stick. abby: so interesting. we hear from many in the media and in politics many on the left saying his rhetoric is too tough. inciting violence. you talk to the american people and look at poll after poll. and i think a major majority of this country feels like we have not been tough enough. we are not doing enough when it comes to dealing with north korea and comes to dealing with china there is a disconnect today in this country, the discourse and how people are feeling about this. pete: we had scott rasmussen on earlier. his poll numbers ar are up. steve: jillian has headlines. jillian: good monday morning to you and to you at home as well. we begin with a fox news alert. manhunt intensifying for the gunman who killed three people at a racetrack in wisconsin. police say the victims were shot at point blank range near a food vendor at the great lakes driveway south of milwaukee. police don't know what happened before the shooting. nearly 5,000 people were at the drag racing event. no one else was hurt. two american soldiers are dead. killed while fighting in iraq.
u.s. military officials say the service members died during combat training operations and not by enemy contact. five others hurt in the incident. none of the soldiers have been identified. more than a dozen illegal eu78 grants found locked inside of a sweltering truck near the u.s. border with mexico. a relative of someone inside the trailer tipping off police leading them to a truck stop in he haddenburg, texas. police officers say the 17 immigrants were likely locked inside for 8 or 9 hours. no one though seriously hurt. this comes less than a month after 10 illegal immigrants were found dead in a tractor-trailer in san antonio, texas. and in just a few hours, space exwill blast off towards the international space station. >> 3, 2, 1. and lift -- jillian: lift-off. the spacex rocket will send supplies and cargo. that super computer designed
to withstand outer space. the launch is scheduled for 12:31 this afternoon at kennedy space center in florida. a look at your headlines as i send it back to you guys. steve: jillian, shouldn't they already have a computer up there to withstand outer space? jillian: you would think. but this one is really going to withstand outer space. abby: thanks, jillian. pete: we showed you this shocking video on friday a police officer shot at point blank range. >> take your hands out your pocket. take your hands out your pocket. [gunfire] >> shots fired! >> wow, that officer survived to tell his story and will join us live in a few minutes. steve: mainstream media blaming right wing rhetoric for the hate filled attack in charlottesville. filmmaker dinesh d'souza said it's the radical left fueling the violence. dinesh d'souza is with us next
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saturday's attacks in the virginia? abby: next guest says it's the racial politics on the left fueling the divide. big lies author dinesh d'souza. good to have you with us. >> good to be here. abby: you say there is something else going on here. walk us through this. >> well, the media is drawing the lesson from charlottesville that trump's hateful rhetoric his racist rhetoric is partly responsible for this. and trump is accused of being like hitler, making kind of a racist attack on immigrants. now, the key points is that for trump, the distinction is between legal immigrants and illegals. and this is not a racial distinction at all. remember, the vast majority of legal immigrants to america today are nonwhite. they come from asia. they come from africa. from south america. trump has never said, not even implied that he wants to see
legal immigration be more white. he wants to see more people, for example, come from england and australia and fewer come from, let's say, for example, from indiana. trump has never said that on the other side of the aisle. if you think of hitler. hitler wasn't even talking about immigrants. the jews in germany were german citizens. and so for hitler the distinction was inside of germany between what he considered to be the superior nor kicks and infuror jews. there is no analogy between trump and hitler on this racial point at all. pete: dinesh, a lot of his critics talk about when he talks about america first. that's a dog whistle for white nationalism. what he really means of white people. what's your take on that? >> trump is arguing for an american nationalism and not a white nationalism. let's remember that this whole concept of ethnic nationalism is a left wing idea. the democratic party invented white nationalism and the
democratic party invented black nationalism. now, interestingly today, the way that the progressive democrats have constructed their sort of multi-cultural totem pole, they encourage every form of ethnic nationalism except white nationalism. so they encourage black nationalism and hispanic nationalism. asian nationalism. but somehow the white guy is not welcome at the multicultural picnic. this actually explains why white nationalists who really belong in the democratic party are in a sense politically homeless because if they show up at the multi-cultural picnic they are satan. steve: all right. dinesh d'souza author of "the big lie" joins us from l.a. thank you very much, dinesh. >> my pleasure. abby: up next, a police officer shot at point blank range joins us live with his incredible story of survival. >> take your hands out your pocket. take your hands out your pocket. [gunfire]
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legal. really nailing it over there in france right now. finally, 100 percent. a survey finding every top school bus contractor in the u.s. is experiencing a driver shortage. 22% of those companies classify the problem as severe. so if you are out of a job, drive a bus. why not? abby, down to you. abby: thank you, pete. a police officer shot at point blank range and he survives. south korea officer quincy smith was wearing his own body camera at the time of the shooting. and captured everything from the moment that he was hit until the ambulance arrived. steve: and the message to his family in what he thought was his last breath will give you chills. we want to warn you, some might find this video disturbing. nonetheless, here it is. >> take your hands out your pocket! take your hands out your pocket. [gunfire] >> shots fired! [gunfire] >> dispatch e 7 i'm hit.
i'm hit in my neck some place. dispatch, please tell my family i love them. steve: tell my family i love them. the officer got help and he survived and now officer quincy smith joins us live today from charleston, south carolina. officer, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. i appreciate you having me. steve: we saw the video camera you bought on your own and placed on your eyeglasses. this took place on new year's day 2016. tell us why you were in that neighborhood and who was that person you were looking at? >> well, i was called to the area, dispatch came across radio somebody had called in stating that a black male with a camouflage hunting suit on was attempting to snatch another man's groceries. so i went to the area to go check it out. i went and sat at the store, to confirm that was the guy i saw earlier.
they told me it was him. he was standing right there. so i went to approach him. and talk to him to see, you know, to see if everything was all right. what was his involvement. and unfortunately, before i got a chance to have a simple conversation with him, you know, he pulled the gun out and shot me three times, hitting me in the neck, the arm, and in my hip. but luckily the bullet hit my magazine pouch and did not penetrate to my hip. abby: that was so interesting as steve pointed out, you were able to capture this from the cam were rah glasses you were wh a camera on it. from the video it's hard to watch, how are you doing today you? were shot three times. you obviously survived this horrific attack. how are you doing today? >> i'm doing a whole lot better. still out of work on medical leave. still participating in therapy to get my bones and my muscles back proper for work.
hope to be going back very soon. steve: understood. tell us a little bit about -- the video we have not shown the entire video. but who came to your rescue. there was somebody nearby, wasn't there? >> a man named mr. john tompkins. i never met him before that day in my life. fortunately he was there. he was doing some construction work on the convenience store behind the incident. and i guess he saw what i was going through. and he came to my aid and helped me and stayed there with me. at the time i didn't think i was going to make it that day because of the severe injuries that i had. especially from the neck wound. and he stayed there and pretty much comforted me and gave me a little bit of hope by his words and everything. so, very appreciative of him. and also, two of my family members actually came up there part of the video you can hear one of them yelling and screaming and one of them praying for me on the side of
the road saying i will live and not die. so, with those words and prayers, that they have given me and, you know, i'm just grateful for them. abby: i'm sure it's given you a whole new appreciation for life and your role being a police officer. it's incredible story and so thankful you survived all that i'm sure your family wakes up grateful you are with them. officer smith, thank you for being with us. >> thank you. steve: the assailant michael oar was found guilty and sentenced to 35 years after a two-day trial. abby: that was last week. steve: meanwhile, straight ahead on this monday, president trump prepared to return to new york city for the first time as president. and the protesters are already in hysterics. rob schmitt is live at trump tower over on fifth avenue. rob? >> hey guys, just a few blocks outside of trump tower the president's home in new york city. yesterday the president came home briefly and had protests
outside of his home which we have seen a lot of over the last year. today is he expecting them again all in response to his comments in response to what happened in charlesville over the weekend. we will show you some of that protest video and show you that coming up. abby: struggling for supporters in his own city but could new york city mayor bill de blasio be making a run for the white house in 2020? that's a big field already. steve: tall field ♪ taking it to the streets ♪ ♪ don't let dust and allergens get between you and life's beautiful moments. flonase outperforms the #1 non-drowsy allergy pill. it helps block 6 key inflammatory substances that cause symptoms. pills block one and 6 is greater than 1. flonase changes everything. super cool notebooks... done. that's mom taking care of business, but who takes care of mom? office depot/office max. order online and pickup in store
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of what to expect flooding the streets outside of trump tower this weekend, angry over his response to the deadly charlottesville, rally. pete: our own rob schmitt is outside down the street outside of trump tower with the latest, good morning, rob. rob: we have seen a lot of protests outside of trump tower in the last year that's for sure. we saw another one yesterday. we will likely see another one today. 7:30 in the morning east coast. little early for protesters. barricades up behind me outside of trump tower here. all of this in response to the way the president responded to what happened in charlesville, virginia over the weekend and that car plowing in to a number of people there who are actually going against -- well, it was a protest, anti-protest, stuff like that. you heard the chants yesterday, let's pull some of the video. no trump, no kk, no fascist u.s.a. we heard these chants before in protest here outside of trump tower. the president's initial response condemning violence on all sides, not signaling
out white supremacy angered a lot of people on the left. instead he went to call out and condemn extremism on both sides of the aisle. we have seen a lot of extremism and violence on the left, the father left and now we have seen it from the far right. he put it all together and a lot of people didn't like that. the president right now heading to washington, actually, to discuss and talk a lot about china and issues he has with china. actually give him a big gift this morning in announcing that they are no longer going to be buying coal from north korea and that's something the president has been pushing hard for. they will be heading back into the city today where he will be likely be met with a few hundred protesters again which will snarl traffic in midtown and see the same thing we saw yesterday, guys. send it back to you. steve: rob, how many days will he be here in new york city messing up trask? abby: for all of our sakes? rob: for selfish reasons i'm sure. he might just be here today. i think he has been spending the majority of time in bedminster, new jersey out at the golf course. he doesn't like to screw up the city so much.
he know what is a pain it is for manhattan when he comes into town as it is with every president. i remember when obama would come to new york and it would be a nightmare to get around. he might spend the night here. he might call an audible. we don't know. abby: stay on it, rob. keep it posted. it's the dog days of summer but boy there is a lot going on. jillian is with us for other headlines we are following. jillian: good monday morning. let's get you caught up on what you need to know or want to know before you leave the house. including. this tom cruise's mission incomplete. the super star tries and fatal at his own stunt. can you see cruise crashing into a building while filming mission impossible 6 in london. the actor then seen limping after the jump. no word on the extent of his injuries. the 55-year-old is known for doing his own action stunts for movies. one of president trump's biggest critics could have his eyes on the white house. the "new york post" reports new york city mayor bill de blasio may run for president in 2020. the post says de blasio is
confident he will win reelections for mayor next year and will try to convince progressives that he is a better option than elizabeth warren or bernie sanders. new york governor andrew cuomo is also widely rumored to run in 2020. task force wants to spend nearly half a million taxpayer dollars to keep illegal immigrants in the u.s. the group is asking the city of that comb marks washington to consider setting aside $440,000 to help illegals at a detention center fight deportations. city council says they are receptive to the idea. look at your headlines on this monday as i send it back to you guys in the studio. over here. steve: meanwhile, it's outside, a little bit of a gray day, adam klotz is on the streets of new york city where he is going to give us our "foxcast." adam: it's a little overcast out here. the weather hasn't been too bad. are you enjoying the new york city weather. >> yes. adam: where are you from. >> minnesota. >> having a good trip here.
>> great. adam: big fox viewers. >> for sure. adam: thanks for coming out. feels great out here. obviously enjoying it weather across the country really not too bad early this morning. there are a couple of spots of trouble areas off to the west. what we're looking at as far as temperatures go, those are pretty comfortable. in the mid 60's in some cases and mid 70's farther south. all is cry and all is clear on the eastern half of the country. take a look what's been happening out west. just the last couple of days and really last couple of weeks. monsoonal moisture. you continue to see that radar loop. afternoon hours we get heavy down powers. there has been flash flooding out that way, guys. could happen again this afternoon. that's something we are certainly going to be paying very close attention to. all is well out here for the east coast and things will continue to look good, guys. steve: adam, thank you very much. steve: widely scattered showers across the country. it has been kind of a weird temperaturewise summer for the northeast. i cannot remember such mild temperatures in august.
it was beautiful. abby: we had like five really hot days and that was it now it feels like we are getting into fall. pete: i blame global climate change. abby: you would go there. we are talking about the weather. it's pretty outside. pete: coming up. iran votes to increase spending on missiles. was this part of an awesome deal we signed? that awesome iran deal? former member of president obama's state department will be here live to discuss. steve: was it a riot or was it just a revolt? depends on the politician and whether or not they need your vote. david webb will explain what we're talking about right there with some hypocrisy coming up next. cause it's liquid. woohoo! you'll ask, what pain? new advil liqui-gels minis.
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>> i drank mud and ate a lot of stuff last night. it was uncomfortable situation. steve: no kidding. philadelphia firefighters pulling the man to safety. the guy said the asphalt gave out from underneath him as he tried to put safety cones around a hole in the middle of the street. he was not, thankfully, seriously hurt. can you spot this hidden danger inside the baby's nursery? it's poisonous snake. a picture out of australia going viral because it's so hard to see the green snake, thankfully, the baby not further. right there behind the crib. pete: i'm looking. shortly after the weekend violence in virginia. the president strongly condemned it. but that wasn't enough for congresswoman maxine waters who tweeted this we will put it up on the screen. trump has made it clear with bannon and gorka in the white house and the clan i the klan ie streets. that's white supremacist house. that's maxine waters
yesterday. she had a different reaction to the 1992 l.a. riots. back then she said, quote: i maintain it was somewhat understandable if not acceptable. so i call it a rebellion. so, a little bit of double standard. is there some hypocrisy here? here to discuss fox news contributor and radio talk show host david webb. break this down for us. when is it a riot and when is it a rebellion and when is it acceptable and when is it not? >> well, fortunately neither were acceptable. maxine waters doesn't get to decide. people are parsing the words of the president. but they are ignoring the hypocrisy of the democrats like her who at the same time stood by barack obama when he wouldn't call it muslim extremism but now want the president to give it exactly the term they decide it is. the fact is there were many involved in this. white national its and i don't know who in america such a small minute percentage that even supports that you have the anti-fay and the black
lives matter group. for those of you out there don't listen to us. watch the video. there are plenty of viral videos and images of who was there the counter, the clash started between them. the aclu of virginia tweeted out that the police will not interfere. they did that at about 11:08 a.m. in the morning. so there are a lot of factors in this. the president was very clear. hate, bigotry, the vice president added in his voice, ivanka trump her voice. all of this has to go and now we are parsing words whether he used a certain term or not. hate is hate. you know, pete, maybe the next time you should take the time to spend a minute listing all the people and the images including black lives matter, anti-few, white nationalists, neo nazis, skin heads. look, they are all hate groups of some form. pete: is there anything this president could have said he? came out and said i condemn all sides in the strongest possible terms.
hatred and bigotry. yesterday a statement came out specifically talking about neo nazis, the kkk. white nationalists. yet, still, the "new york times" this morning says the response is found wanting. anything he could say? >> yeah. frankly, just ignore what's being written and what's being said and look at the actions being taken. the attorney general is now involved in doj is involved. they are looking into this as a hate crime. more needs to be done to investigate this young murderer and those around him. there are reports that he may have had some others involved. we don't know. let them do their jobs. the actions matter over the words. this is someone, these are groups that frankly we wish didn't exist. but here odd thing. they both had their first amendment right. hate speech is protected speech. political speech is protected. even when it's hateful. but, the violence is not. and i would also look into the violence and see why and how the police were given whatever
orders to, as the aclu of virginia tweeted out, not get involved in the clash when it began to happen. pete: yeah, also legal to riot and loot as happened in 1992 which for some reason max seen watters then thought was acceptable. it seems to me to be quite a double standard. >> yeah. there is not only a double standard. there is a failure to set standards for behavior. had there been peaceful counter protests by concerned citizens. and there were concerned citizens there in charlottesville, they stand like we all do against the neo nazis, the white nationalists. had it been peaceful. this would have been a different event. there may not have even been a white house response at that point because the white nationalists would have marched. they would have gone on their way, unless they started something. but, this didn't begin on its own. it began and continued on both sides. it should be condemned. it has been condemned. but now let's make sure that it doesn't happen again by
having proper policing. by having the police not basically backing off. when there is a clash underway. by the way not blaming them but they need to also be involved in this. pete: that's true. the "new york times" acknowledging that the police presence could have been lax and likely was. david webb, thanks for your insight this morning. appreciate it. >> thanks, pete. pete: up next, elizabeth warren riles up democrats saying forget the moderates we should move even further left. is this the beginning of a 2020 campaign? that's next. first, on this day in 1966. the first u.s. lunar orbiter began orbiting the moon. in 2003 the northeast went dark during a major blackout. and in 1982, the number one hit was, i mean, a beauty. eye of the tiger by survivor ♪ last known survivor ♪ late in the night ♪ eye of the tiger
steve: welcome back to "fox & friends." 8 minutes before the top of the hour. ever since hillary clinton lost the presidency back in november. the democrats have tried to figure out what their message is going to be. so far it sounds like in the past where they have concentrated on social issues, what they are going to do is pay more attention to bread and butter issues. pete: what the leaders are trying to do. steve: then have you got elizabeth warren who says hold on, everybody, i've got an idea. ainsley: exactly. she says she is not requesting to run in 2020. she has been out there saying we are the heart and the soul. the brand that i represent.
extreme end of the democratic party. we are the heart of and soul of the party. taking a hit at the clintons. take a listen to this. >> the democratic party isn't going back to the days of welfare reform and the crime bill. this is not going to happen: we are not the gate crashers of today's democratic party. we are not a wing of today's democratic party. we are the heart and soul of the democratic party. we're going to be the people who lead the democratic party back from the wilderness and lead our country out of this dark time, then we can't waste energy arguing about whose issue matters more and who in our alliance should be voted off the island. pete: she gave those remarks at net roots nation dubsz itself largest annual conference for progressives. steve: clearly, she was taking a shot at the clintons, at
hillary and bill clinton when she was talking about not going back to the days of welfare reform in which bill clinton entered into with the republicans and crime bill as well. not going back to those days met in the middle and continue to stay on the progressive left. abby: i actually think that's a good thing for the party to move on from the clintons. that's been a struggle they have had. you look at hillary clinton and the last election how she really struggled to connect with the american people. she didn't have the right messaging. whether or not it moves more progressive. i think the party will move more progressive but i do think they need to leave behind the clintons. pete: you asked the right question. you move on from the clintons and where do you move to. house republicans have attempted to talk about a better deal while basically minimizing the president's pro-jobs message, mimicking something says success economy coming back. she is trying to capture the bernie sanders folks who still
don't feel like they are part. how do you win those in ohio with elizabeth warren? steve: maybe deciding i'm not going after those people. moderates, people in the middle if she were to run a choice between elizabeth warren on what she is staking her claim to be the far left or donald trump who has been to the right and been in the middle and kind of all over the place on certain issues, which is one of the reasons he appealed to some people across the political spectrum. abby: really the mood at the time of this country. people were wanting someone with a different type of tone. i think president trump really hits that. his focus was the whole time about jobs and the economy and america first. bringing it back to this country. we are the ones that matter. having a stronger foreign policy. that was the mood at the time. and it will be interesting to see where the country goes and where it will be in four years. the economy is always the top of the list. if the economy is still doing well, democrats, no matter what their message is, they have a real problem. pete: wouldn't the
trump/warner match up. steve: oh goodness. pete: we know what his nickname is for her. i bet it would come out again. steve: more "fox & friends" coming up in a couple of minutes. you are watching "fox & friends" live from new york city.ne ♪ tell me can you feel it ll feel like the king of the road. check out our summer rates now at lq.com.
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pete: three people arrested for obstruction and assault. thankfully, nobody was hurt the. steve: meanwhile, another fox news alert. the federal government widening its investigation into the charlottesville attack. abby: vice president mike pence makes it very clear. pete: live in charlottesville, virginia where a vigil was held for a woman struck. >> good morning. it was a violent and deadly weekend here now a somber and quiet monday morning. the driver who plowed his car through the crowd killing a woman and injuring many others is expected to be arraigned at a district court just behind me charged with second-degree murder. we have a warning of strong video to show you of that incident. police identified the driver as james field jr.
he plowed his car through a crowd of people. the streets were flooded with a mix of white supremacy groups and counter protesters at the time. vice president pence now saying he and the president condemn the bigotry and violence here this weekend. >> we have no tolerance for hate and violence white supremacists, neonazis, or the kkk. these dangerous groups have no place in american public lives and in the american debate. we condemn them in the strongest possible terms. >> there was a vigil here last night and in other cities around the country in remembrance of 32-year-old heather and also two virginia state troopers were killed where their chopper went down
assisting law enforcement. it's not clear whether they will appear in the courthouse behind us. and he could be charged with domestic terrorism and federal investigators are looking into the possibility that he had some type of assistance when he plowed his car into the crowds here in charlottesville this weekend. back to you guys live in new york. steve: thank you very much. shortly after what happened down in virginia, the president of the united states came out and made a statement. somehow said that is way too vague, mr. president. you have to be more specific, and he did just that. abby: the president said very strongly that he condemns all forms of violence, bigotry, and hatred. of course, that includes white supremacist, kkk, neonazi, and all extremist groups. same thing we heard from the vice president yesterday. pete: yeah, when he condemned it in the strongest possible terms, we didn't know who the
driver was of this vehicle. now we do. james jr. he's obsessed with hitler. so of course we condemn kkk, white supremacist, and neonazis. that's a no-brainer. steve: the president of the united states is going to be heading to the white house later today. actually, 3:00 this afternoon he's going to have a press where he's going to be signing a memo cracking down on china a little bit to try to get them to help us with north korea. look for the president to say more about what happened in virginia later today. abby: yeah, absolutely. pete: to keep pressing him no matter; right? nothing will be good enough. abby: that will be the first question. out of the gate this afternoon. but as you said, pete. they have -- it seems like an open door now to run with their narrative. when the president come out for what it was, he may very well do that today. but in their minds, a lot of
them, they can say we associate the president with these groups. you know, and that fits a lot of the narrative on the left, a lot of the media, and that is very problematic for deciding for us to even be talking about like that. pete: the left sees this world not through america first but racial politics first. we had a fantastic idea on this program earlier on with a professor from vanderbilt carel swain, and she laid out part of the problem how we got to this point. >> coming out and denouncing white supremacy and painting him with the same broad brush does not solve the problem. there are black nationalists, white nationalists, spanish nationalists, so we can't say one group. so the president was correct when he said there were many forces involved. if we want to come together, we need to move away from identity politics and multiculturism and focus on the american national identity. that's the only way we're
going to be able to get beyond this. pete: what a fantastic message. you want to move beyond it by transcending those individual identities and looking towards americanism. what we are as americans. steve: surely. it's interesting here in the -- i believe it was the new york post today. a top official of the new york city police department was asked if what happened down in charlottesville happened in new york city, and they said, no, it could not have happened in new york because the new york city police department keeps rival protesters far from each other. and that has been one of the rap against police down in charlottesville is apparently they have met with the organizer ahead of time and the organizer said said that they, the police officer let it get out of hand. that's going to be part of the investigation. abby: yeah, and a wake-up call for the rest of the country as there are concerns that more of these protests and potential violence could happen. a wake-up call. brian: we read about seattle
at the beginning of this block. they were kept separate in seattle because of the right of peaceful assembly. and for whatever reason, the police department didn't keep them separate. not to point fingers, but he praise the police in every single instance. abby: you mention the press conference with the president later on this afternoon. of course, this will be talked about what happened in charlottesville. but also what's going on with north korea because that is the top of so many people's minds this morning. north korea recalling key ambassadors around the world as tension with the u.s. continue to rise and the president continues to put pressure not just on north korea but very much so on china who is responsible for keeping north korea afloat, especially when it comes to their economy. pete: ambassador of north korea supposedly has un, china, and russia, they've been called home and as you mentioned, posting a lot on china trade.
steve: you know, when you hear that, though, kim jong-un has recalled his ambassadors from the united states and russia, well, they've got no "no" choice. there's a plane waiting for you. sorry, mr. ambassador. that is scary until you realize apparently what they're doing is they're trying to figure out their next step. because remember, kim jong-un last week said he was going to fire off four missiles to envelop the country -- or rather the territory. well, they're a bad shop when it comes to that. and the united states made it very clear you do something stupid like that, the world trade center is going to come after you. so that's why he's bringing in the ambassadors and saying now what do we do? pete: have them thinking twice. senator lindsey graham had some great comments of how we got to this place. take a listen. >> i don't think there's military action eminent, though, we're on a collision course with north korea.
president trump inherited a mist. all of those people with his rhetoric and policy, how well did you do? abby: such a good point. you look at how we got to where we are today; right? maybe the rhetoric wasn't tough enough. maybe we didn't speak the language kim jong-un recognized and knew how to deal with. and now president trump saying we're going to handle things very differently. when i draw that red line, you better believe. steve: and everybody going back to bill clinton when he used jimmy carter to broker a deal. pete: and worked in direct talks with un resolution. what has worked so far, it's not over. we'll see where it goes. if your adversary doesn't believe you will use military force, then they're never going to change their tactics. but if you pull back ambassadors to strategize because you can't protected your communication and you don't know the other guy to know what you're talking about, and if china really does stop the trade on those
levels, that's going to be a one, two punch. steve: stay tuned. abby: jillian is here with some other headlines we're following. >> that's right. good morning to you as well. fox news alert right now. a manhunt is intensifying for the gunman who killed three people at a racetrack in wisconsin. police say the victims were shot at point-blank range near a food vendor south of milwaukee. police don't know what happened before the shooting. nearly 5,000 people were at the drag racing event. no one else was hurt. two american soldiers are dead, killed while fighting in iraq. u.s. military officials say they died during combat training operations and not by enemy contact. five others hurt in the incident. none of the soldiers have been identified. no further details are available at this hour. new restrictions on abortions now heading to texas governor gregg abbott's desk. the state senate passing the measure overnight that would prevent insurance from covering the procedure. and also wanting to buy extra insurance coverage, except for
certain medical emergency. governor abbott is expected to sign the law. one of the young stars completes a huge come back for his biggest win yet. it all started right here on the 10th green in north carolina. 12 seconds, he walks away, and it rolls in. smiling after the lucky drop. it was a sign of good things to come. got to love that; right? pga championship shooting a 68 in the final round, the world's first tournament win. and i do have to tell you guys, i've even been getting a lot of people tweeting me this morning about the ten second rule. so i wanted to clarify something. so i don't know how much you guys know about this. steve: there's a ten second rule?
>> and that took about 12 seconds. people are complaining if that's legit. but here's the thing. a player is given enough time to approach the cup and then an additional ten seconds to determine if the ball's at rest. he didn't approach, so he had a couple of seconds of willing room. making it legit. pete: it reminded me of caddy shack. >> of course. i've also been getting a lot of that too. great moment, though. pete: so lucky. steve: all right. straight ahead on this monday. thank you, jillian. president trump preparing to return to new york city for the first time as president and protesters are already -- rob schmidt is live at trump tower. hey, rob. >> that's right. the president came back yesterday and expected to come back today and expected for more protesters. the barriers are up in regards to what happened in
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abby: welcome back. well, today, protesters expected to greet president trump on his first trip back to new york city since taking office. pete: hundreds of demonstrators giving a preview of what to expect flooding the streets outside trump tower this weekend angry over the president's response to what happened in charlottesvillerob in front of trump tower; right? >> second. hey, rob. >> yeah. no protests yet this morning. it's a little early, but yesterday we saw some as the president came back home. briefly this afternoon, the same chance we've been ahearing for quite some time now. no trump, no kkk, no fascist usa. we have some video of what happened here yesterday. this all in response to how the president responded to what happened in charlottesville, pennsylvania. not specifically calling out for the attack, instead making a broader claim there. he does have something to do here in new york. he is expected to be here for a few days, although that could change.
he's going to washington right now to work on some things in regards to china, which he says there are some issues. he's got some things to work out there. but he did actually get good news from china this morning that china is going to stop making purchases from north korea such as coal and fish and other items that they will no longer buy from them. of course china the only countries making any big purchases from north korea. he has some issues with them and then a big phone call tonight at 9:30 to japanese prime minister abby. another person nuclearized with nuclear weapons sitting right there across a small body of water away from north korea and well within their range. and so he's going to talk with prime minister later tonight. we'll send it back to you in
the studio i all right. rob schmidt right there on 5th avenue. thank you, rob. pete: voting to increase missiles. since when was that part of the iran deal? state department will be live here to discuss. steve: and he was fighting for our freedom when his blackhawk was shot down in iraq but his sacrifice lives on through another hero. his gold star wife. she joins us with her journey on fox and friends coming to you live from new york city. good morning to you. [upbeat music] >> announcer: no one loves a road trip like your furry sidekick! so when your "side glass" gets damaged... [dog barks] trust safelite autoglass to fix it fast, and we'll get you back on the road! [dog barks] ♪safelite repair, safelite replace.♪ when did you see the sign? when i needed to create a better visitor experience.
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pete: welcome back to fox and friends. at least four people shot dead in the mexican resort. the area has become a hot spot for violence. mexico recorded more than 12,000 homicides in the first half of the year. a 31% increase from 2016. also, a major concern from mexico. elicit alcohol. using 10,000 gallons from a manufacturer that spies tourist hot spots. also raids of restaurants and nightclubs. among those suspended, a bar and a hotel where a 21-year-old woman drown after reportedly drinking tainted alcohol. abby, over to you. abby: thank you so much, pete. well, on january 20th, 2007 army major michael taylor made the ultimate sacrifice. you can see him right there when his blackhawk helicopter was shot down during a mission in iraq. well, now his wife is here, and she's sharing her story of her journey of such a
life devastating loss. she joins us right now. wendy, it's really good to have you with us, and, you know, we were saying during commercial break, it happened ten years ago. >> but it still feels like yesterday. i still miss him as much as the first day. i really do. abby: and you talk about the role of a soldier's wife. and every time he would leave, your heart would ache. >> it did. it sure did. and i ache for him now. but, yeah, i never fully -- i mean, i didn't always know what he was doing when he was gone, and i missed him terribly, and it's hard for a soldier's wife to hold the fort down for him until they got back home. plus, worrying about their safety, you know? and -- but you just have to be strong and support them. they need to know that they have that support at home. and that allows them to do their job and not be distracted. abby: and there was one day that he didn't come home. in 2007 where his blackhawk helicopter, he crashed. and you were told that
devastating news. your life changed forever. >> it did. it did. abby: what was the hardest part about that moment for you? >> the hardest part was telling my children. i did not want to do that, and i remember i called them downstairs, and they both sat on the couch. and as i went down on my knees, and i said god, how much more do i have to do? and i remember my daughter said is it bad? and i said "yes," and they both looked at me, and they said "is he okay?" and i said "no, he died." and just the wailing that came from them was horrific. and i think i felt myself leave at that moment. the old wendy was gone. that was the hardest part. still the hardest part of this journey was having to tell them. abby: your beautiful family we can see on the screen there. your little girl and their dad. and they will always remember them as being a hero to them. and we talk so much about our military and veterans and just all the amazing things that
they're doing to this country. but often that gets lost is the family. and the spouse and the role that they play. >> yes. abby: and supporting them and holding down the fort and also just being strong. where do you find that strength? >> god. he is the only reason that i got through this whole thing. and there was a moment when i just had to complete surrender to him and this was after michael passed, and i just gave everything over to him, and he took care of me. but that's really the only way that you're ever going to get through any of this is to rely on god to help you get through it. abby: this hits home for so many people, so many families. i have two brothers that are about to go out and do their missions, and my brother's wife. he's a pilot in the navy. she just texted me and said they just had a baby boy. she said they're going to leave me for nine months. i'm already trying to emotionally get prepared for this. what message do you have for her and so many others that
are about to go through this journey? >> just be patient. and just be very supportive to your spouse. let them know that everything is okay at home, and then that way they're not distracted on whatever mission that they have. that helps them to focus and to get home sooner. >> if you could say one thing to your husband today, what would that be? >> that i miss him every day. i miss him every day. and i can't wait to see him again. that's what i would say. abby: thank you for your service. >> thank you. abby: and your husband will never be forgotten. >> thank you. thank you so much. abby: he's a hero. all right. more fox and friends to come big news from advil, advil liqui-gels minis. our first concentrated pill that rushes powerful relief. a small new size that's fast, cause it's liquid. woohoo! you'll ask, what pain?
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pete: we are back in a fox news alert. in a unprecedented move, china is cutting off north korea imports. a war of words with the u.s. abby: reportedly to order a set of trade practice. steve: david miller is live in new jersey not far from where the president spent this weekend with the latest. david, i'm confused. i thought that china was helping us out with north korea. if that's the case, then why is the president going to clamp down on china? >> that indeed is a very good question. there are has been cooperation by the chinese. they voted for the sanctions in the united nations a week or so ago. but the president says an issue of trade is a separate issue. yet, at the same time the administration wants to continue pressuring china to lean on north korea. let me give you context to all of this right now.
as you mention, trade and specifically trade with china is going to be a key item on the agenda today. and just a short time ago, at 6:54 this morning, the president tweeted out the following. the obstructionist democrats have given us or not fixed some of the world trade deals in world history. i am changing that fast. so what's going to happen later today, president trump expected to fly to washington to sign paperwork, specifically a document called an executive memorandum that will authorize an investigation into how china treats u.s. companies that are doing business there. the investigation is going to focus on whether or not china is forcing some of those companies to reveal intellectual property in order to do business or if, in fact, there is something outright best. now, the outcome of this investigation could lead to a tariff on chinese product. but that would be considerably far off in the future. this investigation could take
about a year. the investigation comes as you mention at a very sensitive time. mr. trump urging china to pressure north korea to halt its newark weapons program. but senior administration officials say that national security and trade issues are two distinct very separate things and that the trade paperwork being signed today has nothing to do with what's happening with north korea. and lastly, what's the official reaction you might wonder from china? well, officially, no reaction but a chinese newspaper that is the state newspaper has warned of a possible trade war in the future. back to you. steve: all right. dave miller out in jersey. thank you very much. pete: explained it very well, your question. if you begin an investigation, it could bring you future leverage. steve: but we need them now to squeeze north korea. so they're saying. okay. we're going to squeeze them. we're going to cut off the coal. but there are other ways.
abby: right. challenge is how mad can you make china before they say fine. we're not helping. steve: we might find out. abby: yeah, we will see. stay tuned. steve: 25 minutes before the top of the hour, and jailian has more headlines. >> good morning from upstairs in the studio. hopefully your morning is also a good start. a police officer is shot at point-blank range and survives. south carolina officer wearing a camera as the attacker opened fire. we do want to warn you some of you might find this video disturbing. >> take your hands out of your pocket. take your hands out of your pocket. shots fired. [gunfire] i'm hit. i'm hit in my neck some place. >> officer smith joined us earlier saying his family
helped him fight to stay alive. >> with those words and prayers that they have given me and, you know, i'm just grateful for them. >> officer smith hopes to return to duty very soon. so a good ending there. senator marco rubio may be on top of a venezuelan hit list. florida senator has been a harsh critic of the socialist regime. dhs says the threat came from a cabello, president's right hand man. called him the pablo escobar of venezuela. they cannot confirm the details of the assassination plot, but they aren't taking any chances by increasing ruby's security detail. last night, seahawk defensive end michael bennett sat on the bench with a towel on his head as the rest of the team stood for the anthem. oakland raiders ate a banana
instead of honoring his country. and failed at his own stunt. you have to see this tmz video. cruise crashing into the side of the building while filming mission impossible 6 in london. the actor seen limping after the jump. no word on the extent of his injuries. the 55-year-old is known for doing his own action stunt for movies. steve: you know, in the actual movies, you never see the cables that he's hooked up to. pete: oh, that's true. they seem to be able to white wash those out. steve: they airbrush them out. pete: that white stuff on envelopes. steve: what dwhiteout. abby: should we toss it over to adam for the weather? >> yeah. i can take over. we have a really good crowd that's beginning to come together out here.
we have a fan who has been here for the last hour or so. you wanted to give a shout out to some family members; right? >> that's correct. i wanted to say happy anniversary to my daughter and son. their 25th anniversary today. >> 25 years. well, congratulations top of my. you guys have all gotten really a nice forecast for your monday in new york city. unfortunately, that's not going to be the case for everyone across the country. let's take a look at some of those weather maps and see what's happening from coast to coast. dry mostly here on the eastern side of the country. but, again, we've been seeing monsoonal moisture really piling into the western half of the country. every time you get into the afternoon, we get really heavy rain. there are has been flash flooding. so it's something to consider. i do want to show real quickly tropical storm, eventually that's going to become a hurricane. good news is that's going to turn away from the united states, maybe just some choppy seas along the east coast. but no word about that eventually hitting the coast.
steve: thank you very much. >> you're welcome. abby: beautiful on the. thanks. steve: meanwhile, iran just voted to increase spending on missiles. huh? was that part of the deal we signed under the last administration? apparently it's okay. at least, we're going to talk to a former member of president obama's state department going to be with us next to discuss. abby: and a brand-new baby boom is happening, apparently at the zoo. and now we know exactly why. that's coming up. steve: not just you? abby: it's everywhere
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missiles and its military. and during the vote, some parcel meant members were heard chanting death to network farsi. steve: great. well, this after the united states passed more economic sanctions on the number one state sponsor of terror. so does this fall in line with the iran nuke deal that we brokered? here for debate, we have former state department official under president obama. he's in london today. and rebecca, hudson institute fellow and former military and foreign policy adviser to republican arizona congressman trent franks. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. steve: david. >> good morning. steve: let's start with you. when i heard that they were spending hundreds of millions of dollars on missiles, i was thinking "wait, what? they can't do that, can they?" >> you know, this has been a problem. iran has continued to test and
develop ballistic missiles. now, this is not specifically prohibited under the letter of the iran nuclear deal agreement. but it certainly violates the spirit of that agreement. but the nuclear deal was focused on just getting iran to give up its ambition to develop nuclear weapon. it did not specifically limit it from testing ballistic missiles and developing ballistic missiles. now, the parliament's decision to put more money into missiles is unfortunate, and it's unfortunate for the relationship with the west and the u.s. but it's appropriate for us to put sanctions in place. and if it continues to develop missiles, especially if it develops missiles that can be used to deliver nuclear weapons, more sanctions are appropriate. steve: rebecca, i remember during arguments from the administration at the time of the deal, they were saying, look, the country of iran just wants the atomic program so they can develop peaceful
energy. well, you don't need missiles to keep the lights on. >> no. the missile program is a sign that the iranians were never just going to have a peaceful nuclear program. missiles are the delivery systems for nuclear warheads. missiles go hand and glove with warheads. and in the past when we've had nuclear plif proliferaters like in south africa, they also give up their missile program. so this is something that the obama administration wanted to do. they wanted to restrict the missiles, but they didn't because the iranians didn't want them to. so the party that's willing to walk away from the deal. in this case it was the iranians, not the obama administration. so we got a bad deal. steve: it looks like the iranians are thumbing their nose at the united states. we've got the deal. we've got the money back. now we're going to build some missiles. >> well, i can understand why people feel that way. i mean, first of all, let's
dispense with the idea that iran has a democracy. its parliament voted for this. but the parliament, the agenda for the parliament is set by iran's theocracy. so it's the religiously-motivated hard-liners who put in place this policy who are pushing forward on the missile program and they're thumbing their nose at the u.s., and it's not appropriate. it's actually not a lot of money. it's not going to advance their missile program that much. it's more just sending the signal to the u.s. a bad signal and one that we need to confront and respond to by either putting in place more sanctions or making it clear that we will not tolerate iran doing much more to develop this ballistic missile system. certainly, they cannot be allowed to develop a missile that could be used to deliver a nuclear warhead. steve: and of course, rebecca, that's what we said about the country of north korea. >> that's exactly right. and, again, the iran deal, you know, all of these sanctions
relief is going to go not only to exporting terrorism, which it's going to do, it's going to go to the missile program. what the iran deal was basically a jobs program for iranians, missile scientists and north korea. you better believe once north korea develops the capability, they're going to export that to iran. this was a flawed deal and why so many of us opposed it for so long. and now the trump administration dealt with this problem. what do you do when you have this deal in place and the iranians aren't violating it by building the missile systems that are going to be used for the delivery system once the iran deal expires or they decide to break away from the deal and go ahead with their nuclear program. steve: speaking of the iran deal, let's hear the president of the united states talk about it. we know he doesn't like it. >> they are not in compliance with the agreement, and they are certainly not in the spirit of the agreement in compliance. and i think you'll see some very strong things taking place if they don't get themselves in compliance. steve: okay. so, dave, you have to figure those very strong things would be more sanctions, although the
president just did sign tougher sanctions against the country last week. >> yeah. well, i just want to point out. president trump has said that, and he also said during the campaign he was going to rip up the iran nuclear deal on his first day in office. however, his administration has now certified twice to congress that iran is complying with the deal. so what the administration is actually communicating to congress under its requirement to report to congress on the prospects of the deal and how the deal is going and compliance is actually at odds with what he's saying and what you just quoted him as saying. steve: all right. rebecca, we'll give you the final word on this. >> yeah. the big problem with the iran deal is that it gave the iranians basically everything they wanted. we're going to continue watching the iranians, watch very carefully to make sure they abide by the letter of the agreement. there's some indications that they're already not. very difficult to verify this agreement completely. but, again, makes it very difficult for the trump administration because you have all of these countries now investing in the country -- in iran and so now
you're going to have to get everybody else agree to whenever we decide to pull out of this agreement. tough spot but, again, the iranians are developing the missiles. and that puts us in a very vulnerable position. steve: it does look like it. thank you for joining us for this discussion this morning. >> thank you. steve: coming up on this monday, a brand-new baby boom is happening at the zoo, and i think we finally figured out why. but first, let's check in with shannon for a preview of what happens here on the channel in 11 minutes. shannon. >> all right, steve, well, you know tensions continue to simmer in charlottesville as we're learning more about the suspect facing murder charges. where do we go from here? and a cia director says he does not believe an attack from north korea is eminent. he's backing the president's talk. plus bob mueller and russia probe. we're going to talk to judge napolitano exactly what it means. and the president takes a quick trip to washington as new talks of clicks and
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abby: it is a match.com love sorts. zoos are playing animal connections. one zoo is seeing a baby boom. steve: joining us to tell us more about the executive director of the cincinnati zoo and botanical garden thane who has a little critter there. who is that that you've got in your hand? >> good morning, guys, i'm here with cruncher and cruncher is a less than one-year-old baby alligator. and you probably know alligators used to be
endangered, but they've made a great come back. and zoos play a role in trying to protect wildlife. our job is to inspire people with animals and why protecting nature is good for people. at our zoo this year, we've had a wide variety of babies. the most famous, of course is fiona the hippo. she's a global hit, i can tell you. but we've also had critically endangered species born at our zoo. we have a black rhinocerous, we've had tigers, as well as critically endangered ring tailed lemurs and monkeys. we have a lot of babies this year. pete: i know we conjured up the image for match.com for zoos. but you say you're taking a new approach to what others i always assume was nature's way. how are you doing it differently? >> well, it is important in zoos today for keepers and for curators to very carefully match animals. it's not exactly like a
website like match.com, but it sort of is an international computer dating system for animals. the reason it's so important is very few creatures in zoos today come from out in the wild. they're born at other zoos. and so being concerned about their genetics, making ensure not inbreeding them is vitally important. so there are more than 450 species that are part of the thing called ssb. the species survival plan. who would be best to breed with whom? and then we go from there. now, it is complex because animals aren't always a good match as it were. that might be, you know, the personality or the temperament. it might be does the zoo have space for each animal? as well as how many zoos need a new rhinocerous or elephant. steve: if you take that -- let's say once that crocodile, alligator is big enough, and you breed it with another zoo,
who winds up with the offspring? because there would be two zoos vying for it. >> well, that's a very important question. and the key thing is that the accredited zoos that are in the association of zoos and aquariums all have an agreement here in north america is that when babies are born in zoos, we're responsible for them for the rest of their lives. it doesn't mean they have to stay in the zoo, but it does mean they have to go to a accredited facility. so part of that is part of the careful situation and why you don't want to overbead animals. oftentimes species on birth control to limit the population. pete: i'm learning a lot. >> i can't overemphasize how important paying attention to the genetic future of these is. abby: great to have you with us. really interesting stuff. steve: i've learned a lot about animals. pete: animal birth control. who knew? steve: all right. we'll be right back hi.
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