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heading. they are okay with reverend speaking to barack obama but this is inshaken. heather: vice president believes jesus talks to him, on the reality show celebrity big brother. so there you have it. that wraps up "fox & friends first" for the 4:00 a.m. hour. happy valentine's day, everyone. "fox & friends first" continues right now. bye bye. >> the right side to have plane was completely blown. rob: fox news alert, terrified passengers praying and bracing for impact. inside the chaos as jet engine begins to come apart thousands of feet above the pacific ocean. >> while we are at the table i
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hope we can do daca. >> if we can come up with a bipartisan compromise, let it grip, let's go. jillian: what looks like bipartisan breakthrough looks like break on daca. rob: best and worst valentine's day stories for those of you who are caught in cupid's cross hairs. "fox & friends first" continues right now. jillian: good morning, love
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birds. 5:00 o'clock on the east coast. rob: i don't think anybody wants anything at 5:00 in the morning. jillian: coffee. rob: that's right. took me five seconds to be criticized for not wearing red. definitely more red than the dress. jillian: the dress is red or pink. good morning, you're watching "fox & friends first" on ash wednesday. rob: i'm rob schmitt, thank you for getting up early with us. fox news a letter -- alert. commercial jet packed with people falling apart, seen 30,000 feet in the air. jillian: horrifying scene playing out in the pacific ocean for 40 minutes as passengers feared for their lives. kelly wright with details.
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good morning, kelly. kelly: terrifying moments one passenger tweeted, this was the most scariest flight of my life, first they heard a loud boom and the plane started shaking violently. the passengers experience on united airlines flight 1175 during trip from san francisco to honolulu, they were well into that flight, 40 minutes away from destination when the unthinkable happened. >> a really loud bang with the right engine wing. >> the engine right where we were sitting would been on the right -- right side of the plane was completely blown. kelly: not something that you see on a flight. some passengers used smartphones to post photos of the exposed engine. one passenger fearing that it would be the last message to send to family members. >> i turned on my phone and took this video and at the end i told
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my family i loved them. kelly: pilot and flight crew took immediate action, the flight crew told passengers to put their heads down and prepare for an emergency landing. >> they made everybody with emergency bags, at tend we had to sit down, we had to be down and stuck with our heads down and holding our ankles when we landed. >> brace, brace, brace and then there was a cheer. [cheers and applause] kelly: passenger aboard the flight tweeted we are all safe after our emergency landing and response a person tweeted, well done to pilots and crew as well as passengers, thank you. rob: all right, kelly, thanks so
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much. and off-duty police officer gunned down confronting a suspect in broad daylight, 53-year-old chicago police commander paul bower shot multiple times by a man running from other police officers, the suspect a convicted felon. former first responder speaking out against the dangers of this job. >> the crime rates are going up and we are living in a lawless city right now and i do believe our city is trying everything. >> i think police are being vilified right now. rob: 30-year veteran and leaves behind a wife and 13-year-old, 13 law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty this year. boward the fifth since last week. jillian: illegal grossly impaired when he crashed into an ambulance killing a boy. josé romero ran away but was
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caught by good samaritan, romero from el salvador never had a driver's license. illegal immigrant acquitted in the murder of kate steinle pleading not guilty of gun charges, facing two counts of being exfelon being in possession of a gun. the lawyers one at least one charge to be dropped arguing they are too similar. kate steinle appeared and sarate said it was an accident. rob: for a second time federal job barring the trump administration and today the senate will try to debate immigration while republicans gain some momentum on a more conservative proposal than the one the president has layed out. griff jenkins joins us live with
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exactly what to expect with this bizarre immigration situation we have here. hey, griff. >> good morning, rob, welcome to daca day two but what's different today is they'll try and get the vehicle for an immigration bill out of park, senate leaders seem to agree it's worth giving it a shot. >> if we can come up with a bipartisan compromise that looks like it's right in the ballpark of 60, let it rip, let's go. >> there's no reason in the world if there's a core 60 votes to support something we can't achieve it in the next few days. >> the president sounded optimistic talking to round table of sheriffs how this will help them enforce the laws. >> right now we are working on daca, we are working on immigration bills and we are making them tough so you people can enforce the laws but we want securing the border and a wall, ending chain migration and canceling the visa lottery. >> and over in the house speaker ryan says they'll start whipping
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a bill by congressman, more conservative than the senate wanted to hear, senate one provides path to citizenship while the house provides path to legal status for dreamers. senate reform chain's migration was house ends it n. the senate reallocates visa program while the house cancels both providing for border security and wall and tougher border enforcement policies and the house seems to go further in cracking down on sanctuary cities. this time a preliminary injunction against the administration ending daca program. the judge saying that attorney general sessions aired in saying daca's ending was unconstitutional. we will see if this gives to buy more time. rob: the ruling will be contest bid the doj, thank you so much, griff, we appreciate. jillian: today christians around the world are celebrating the first day of lent known as ash
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wednesday. followers have ashes rubbed in fore heads in the sign of a cross symbolizing a repettance of sins. rob: 40-day period combines fasting and prayers in preparation for easter sunday, first time since 1945 that ash wednesday has fallen on valentine's day. jillian: interesting. top officials agree one thing about russia, twisted plot to target america's elections. rob: democrats working overtime to flip the house and senate in upcoming midterms but which party is really in the hot seat, scott breaks down the races to watch and why the left might not be able to deliver. jillian: and this had to hurt, the super model making waves with hard landing caught on camera. ouch. ♪ ♪
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rob: welcome back, the white house sticking by chief kelly of what was or wasn't done about allegations against rob porter, the director of the fbi saying the agency's background check was finished. >> the administrator closed the file in january and then earlier this month we received some additional information and we passed that on as well. >> they had not made a final recommendation for adjudication to the white house because the process was still ongoing when porter resigned, information was coming. rob: top administration officials say they were not aware of accusations till last week. sealed documents will be soon be
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made public. this comes in response to a freedom of information request by cnn indicating the documents could be relevant to procedures for obtaining testimony in the russia probe. it's unclear when those documents will be released. jillian: hillary clinton will be hitting the trails to take democrats take control of capitol hill, right now the left has edge over republicans heading to november but if the strategy didn't work in 2016, will it help democrats retake power on the hill right now? helping us crunch the numbers senior fellow at the king's college scott, thank you for joining us this morning. >> always good to be with you, jillian. jillian: is this what the democrats need? >> no. i mean, look, 8% of voters in 2016 thought donald trump was not qualified to be president but they voted for him rather than hillary clinton anyhow. jillian: that does say a lot. let's get into the topics here. starting with the house current balance of power, democrats need to win 24 seats.
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>> the party out of power almost gains seats and it's a tipping point. in the last ten midterm elections, four times the party out of power gained 25 seats or more. long way till november. the key right now, 45 races that are considered competitive, 38 of them are held by republicans so democrats have a lot of opportunities and, of course, the political environment is pretty good. jillian: next up, clinton and pelosi, as we talked about, is this necessarily what the democrats need or are they, in fact, maybe helping the republicans? >> the republicans would love the see these two along with bernie sanders and elizabeth warren and every competitive district, hillary clinton when she gets in the race she makes it a choice between donald trump and hillary clinton, the lesser of two evils thing, nancy pelosi unifies the republicans like nobody else. so if these become the faces of the democratic party and house races, republicans will have a better shot but, look,
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republicans talk about the tax cut issue, they are going to try and connect it to growing economy, we have a long way to go before we know who controls the house. jillian: how much do you think the recent crumbs comment will be hurting nancy pelosi? >> you will hear an awful lot. she was talking about tax cut and 3 million people got a thousand dollar bonus and other people are getting jobs, good things are happening because of that tax. jillian: current senate balance power, how do you think this will play out? >> right now democrats need to flip two seats to win control and that sounds manageable and they are defending ten seats, there's only a couple of real take away opportunities for the democrats. jillian, we are talking about in the sports world you focus on what are you watch in a key game, three races to watch in the battle for the senate. jillian: democrats need to win all three of these.
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>> must-wins. jillian: starting with nevada. >> dean heller the most vulnerable. facing a difficult primary challenge against well-known, he's had his disagreements with the president, i'm with the president all the way, the primary will be to watch and serious pickup opportunity for the democrats. jillian: how do you think will play out? >> don't have any idea until primary comes and goes. jillian: indiana. >> a state that donald trump won by 19 points and it really is, you know, fly-over country personified. do you want chuck schumer to have a bigger role in confirming judicial nominations of president trump, very difficult position. jillian: finally, another that's
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a must-win. >> donald trump won by 19. she's going to putin credible fight, again, you will hear about judicial nominations and hear about the tax cut that shoe voted against and i expect donald trump will be in missouri during this campaign. jillian: all right, certainly going to be interesting how this plays out. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. jillian: 18 minutes after the hour. first it became a sanctuary state for illegal but california is catering to spot smokers, crossing the line, view host mocking vice president for his face. >> mental illness if i'm not correct. hearing voices. jillian: well, carley shimkus joins us live next with the social media fire storm that was quick to follow.
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rob: all right, view host joy taking aim at vice president mike pence and his religion calling it in a way mental illness. >> one thing to talk to jesus, it's another thing when jesus talks to you. >> exactly. [cheers and applause] >> that's mental illness if i'm correct. jillian: carley shimkus with fox news, siriusxm 115. carley: all started with comment from reality tv star and former white house staffer omarosa who said that vice president mike pence believes he can communicate with god, that comment sparked the conversation
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on the view where joy doubled down and attacked christian faith again, some people on social media say that she crossed the line. jennifer says if you don't think christianity is under attack look no further than joy, jackie chimed in, muslim for christian and christianity and she would be run out of town. now, as for omaros, guys, mike pence said that to his knowledge he doesn't think that omarosa never spent any significant amendment of time, possible book deal in the future. rob: that's so true and then our situation right now. let's talk about topic number two and pep rallies at school? >> that's right, a student leadership group at california high school in san ramon, california announced that the national anthem won't be played
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at rallies because it's deemed racially insensitive, you think sung third verse that references slaves or killing of slaves, the student body defended that, that the anthem once had word sleeve and land of the free in the same sentence leaves me speechless as culture is more diverse and accepting to all types oh of people, you guys knows that this will be met with backlash, keith says this makes me sick, all my voice, all my children served under our flag but another twitter points out that they need a lot of work to be done in schools, where are the adults in the whole situation. so one one of the teachers that works there that's in charge of the student government agreed with the decision according to the newspaper that first reported the story. jillian: mariah carey is setting
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up her dog for date on valentine's day. carley: of course, chacha would be the name of her dog. ted, how about ted. that's ted. jake says my sisi would love to be chacha's valentine. carley: i think there's a -- rob: it's neutered as well which could stand in the way. where's the romance. jillian: only rob, that's a rob comment. carley: he makes a good comment. jillian: it's time for some brew on this, valentine's edition, today is your day to shower your loved ones with attention and gift but not everyone is bound
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to be happy. >> yeah, but i ironed your lucky number on the back, 13. >> but that's your lucky number. >> you don't even like it. >> no, i love it. rob: i can't believe i missed that movie. $20 billion, are you kidding on valentine's gifts this year, good or bad, the average person will shed out -- shell out -- shed, shell out about $140, i don't know how you shed anything. jillian: no. we want to know what's the worst valentine's day gift you've ever gotten or date you've been on. let us know on face booing, twitter or instagram pages, you can also send us an e-mail at "fox & friends first" at fox carley: my husband one year gave me a turtle neck. rob: wow. carley: i don't even wear turtle
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jillian: good morning, welcome back, top u.s. intelligence officials warning russia is a threat to the upcoming midterm elections. rob: director of national intelligence dan coats expressing concern at a hearing on capitol hill. >> we expect russia to continue using propaganda, social media,
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false flagged personas, sympathetic and other means and exacerbate social and political figures in the united states. rob: coats and others questioned by the senate committee as part of on going russian meddling investigation. justice is served, the man who planted two pressure cooker bombs in new york city streets including one that injured more than 30 people sentenced to two life sentences in prison. >> he has no remorse, nothing at all. >> always apprehensive and i have a sense of impeding doom every day, like something bad is going to happen. rob: he's not going to be smiling now. facing federal charges in new jersey where he engaged in shootout with police right before he was arrested. jillian: the president standing
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for those who protect and serve. the group praising president trump for his support and emphasizing they need more help to enforce the law. >> sheriffs had a very good year thanks to you, mr. president, now there's more work to be done. >> we need to be tougher on the ones that import traffic and sell drugs. >> we need to look at how we address the core reasons people come into our criminal justice system whether it would be drug addiction or mental illness and seriously get to the table and help solve the problems. jillian: sheriff from polk county florida specifically criticized marijuana calling it a gateway to drug addiction. rob: little white pup officially taking place as top dog. >> show 142nd westminister kennel club. [cheers and applause] jillian: there we go.
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from colorado taking the top prize overnight beating out thousands of other to goes from 202 breed, the second bichon to ever win in show. how cute. rob: as we go to check on the weather with janice, we wonder, janice, did you project the winner of the best and show in. >> i wanted the french bulldog but wasn't part of the best and show last night. i will tell you this, it takes a lot of work to get that bichon looking like this that, hours. more than this. happy valentine's day, 36 in new york, 28 in chicago, 21 in minneapolis, we have a warm-up in the northeast but short lived as we get into the weekend colder temperatures and even a snowstorm. jillian: what?
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janice: i didn't say that. radar lighting up across mississippi river valley. we are going to see the potential for heavy rain across portions of southern california in towards the four corners and as i mention, ladies and gentlemen, as we head into say saturday or sunday, cold air comes in and system moves in and potential for snowstorm. just warning in advance. a little tease on valentine's day. rob: cuddle weather. janice: nicely done, rob. janice: romantic. rob: janice, thank you so much. 34 minutes after the hour with the gas pedal stuck the only option left is call 9-1-1. >> yes, ma'am, i believe my gas pedal is stuck in my car and i'm on i-95. i'm switching right lanes right now. get out of the way. rob: that's a nightmare. how this driver's last ditch effort ended up. >> going old school the army
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jillian: u.s. army is making major changes to combat training because according to commanders too many recruits are entitled. rob: joining us u.s. army special forces lieutenant colonel scott, lieutenant colonel, thank you so much for coming on today. let's just start with what do you see as the problem, good morning. >> well, look, you know, combat is a corosive and unforgiven ar.
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timeless demand signal that goes to war fighting that micro aggressions and entitlement culture, it won't roll at a time those things. it hassoun demand signal and that's what we are seeing here, is that there's a need for more discipline inside the military based on, you know, kind of the entitlement culture that we are seeing in society today. jillian: i think a lot of people may say we have to adopt, we have to change with the times, there's a new era of people, of youth coming up in the ranks and while that may be a good argument for everyday things, you say it's not necessarily the same thing when it comes to war. >> yeah, times change at a societal level i suppose. we are always going to face determined enemies in who we fight and discipline is the key to overcoming the enemies and also the key, jillian, to making sure that our warriors come home
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with enough resilience to thrive after combat. it extracts a significant toll on the young men and women and the discipline necessary to not just fight and defeat your enemy but to come home whole or at least, you know, live a life that, you know, you've earned after combat without discipline is next to impossible. rob: is the military is made up of men and women both but predominantly male, a place where men seek, i'm curious if you see a change in this generation's, i guess man, have the men of this generation, american men have become softer in ways and what are they doing to try to correct and that toughen them up, you watch movies like full metal jacket, it's the real deal going into the military, going into war and not something that somebody that's soft could handle. >> well, look, rob, first of all, you can look at culture today and i feel comfortable
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saying that there is a bit of an entitlement culture in our society but i will also tell you that where i served in afghanistan and other places, the millennials, the generation z men and women who go to places, they have carried a seriously heavy load in a volunteered army. and i think it needs to be stated that many of these young men and women continue to go back over there to fight and they've already born a heavy load. i don't think it's a fair statement to level across all -- i think every generation says this. i mean, i certainly do think increase in discipline is a good thing but we have a lot of young men and women including my oldest son doing amazing work protecting our country. where i will jill we thank him for his service for sure, men and women both serving on front lines, a lot of people, a lot of troops in combat right now. how is it important that those who are with us fighting for our rights and our country, that we
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are able to keep them there? >> well, i mean, you know, we sleep well at night because rough men and women visit violence on those who will do us harm. i think there's another, jillian, for the discipline, if you look at our society today, we seem to be a society almost at war with itself as sec as i think younger says, we are divided along political, racial, ethic religious lines, in the military pretty much everybody is all green. we don't tolerate that kind of division. we could use more of that in our society. as young men and women get the discipline that brings them together, hopefully they'll bring that back home and share that with our communities and our societies and start to bring us together again because it's tough to watch. jillian: absolutely. new training focused areas, physical fitness, battlefield, first aid skills, we thank you very much for joining us for your time.
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>> my pleasure, thank you for having me on. rob: thank you, sir. jillian:'s president trump legal team making to skip sit-down with robert mueller. judge napolitano says it could be a trap. he joins us next. rob: first let's check with steve doocy. he has his red tie. >> we are going to have a way to do emergency gift shopping for your loved one on valentine's day. also we have crazy story, a young man is running for the u.s. congress. he grew up as a democrat, he went away to the marines and now he's a republican. that man right there, what's interesting about him though is his parents are actually supporting financially his opponent. what the heck is that about? we will meet him in first hour
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rob: okay, welcome back, president trump said he would sit down with robert mueller but the legal team is compiling a case arguing against that. fox news senior judicial analyst judge andrew napolitano agrees with him and joins us live now to explain why, thank you so much for coming in early today. >> pleasure to be with you, good morning. rob: you say he shouldn't sit down, he shouldn't talk to bob mueller. >> one reason he couldn't do it, he could only help bob mueller's case against him and hurt himself. think of this as a jigsaw puzzle
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with 10,000 pieces. bob mueller has 9500 already from from the various documents he has gathered and the 500,000 missing pieces can only come from donald trump himself, so does donald trump in order to fulfill his promise that i have nothing to fear, i did nothing wrong, i am willing to talk to mueller really want to expose himself to contradictions or misrepresentations that might inadvertently come out of his mouth. this is important because you and i are having a conversation, if i lie to you i'm not going to go to jail but if you're an fbi agent and i lie to you, the government could indict me for that. rob: somebody that's a pro at interviewing people. >> the president is somebody who doesn't always use the common words -- [laughter] >> trying to be diplomatic. rob: he did nothing wrong, there
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could be problems with that. >> old one liner that criminal defense lawyers use, don't talk to somebody who owns a grand jury. he owns two one in dc and one in west virginia. rob: manafort says that charges have nothing to do with russia meddling. byron york wrote an article that flynn didn't lie to the fbi and he still pleaded guilty, why would you plea guilty to something if you didn't do it? >> this is mysterious, rob, why would you plea guilty to something that you didn't do, to get the monkey off your back, to stop the fbi pursuing you particularly if the guilty plea is not going to result in jail time. this doesn't happen frequently, but it does happen. but for byron york for him to say that sources have told him that the fbi doubted whether general flynn to lie is very
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telling because the fbi agent who is interrogated general flynn in office in west wing had with him the transcript of conversation with ambassador sergey kislyak but whatever it is bob mueller's lawyers were able to persuade the general's lawyers that it would be better for him to enter guilty plea and the general's plea said we might be able to give you something in return and what is something in return, we don't know. rob: maybe something came out in the last nine or ten minutes when flynn reportedly said that he -- we don't know a lot about that. >> it's a mirky area of law lying. ask martha stewart. remember the conversation with the fbi agent and the lawyer. she lies to him, he gets a promotion, she goes to jail. rob: that was something.
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>> yes. rob: if you watched the narrative of this over the last year, eroded away into more of an obstruction case against the president at this point, you don't hear as much talk about the russian meddling because the evidence hasn't really come out yet and everybody wants somebody to talk about in the news and we understand that, can the president on instruct to a crime if he didn't commit it, if he said to bob mueller or james comey, listen, get off of this thing, i didn't do anything and he really didn't, is that still obstruction? >> if the president says to james comey, lay off of mike flynn because there are too many politicians but the the president says lay off of mike flynn, flynn may tell you something bad about me, that's interference with the prosecution for corrupt purpose. very difficult for bob mule tore prove what was in donald trump's
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brain if it was a pure motivation, we alignment of resources in law enforcement which the president can do, not obstruction of justice, if it was a corrupt motive, protect myself and protect my son-in-law, that's the crime. rob: even if they don't get the meddling, you can see them getting an obstruction? >> the crime is actually attempted obstruction. it rarely succeeds or conspiracy obstruction. rob: judge, you woke up early for us. >> who is that beautiful lady in the purple dress? rob: you will hear from her right now. jillian over to you. >> thank you, judge, for coming in this morning. we appreciate it. first sanctuary for illegals and now california trying to protect pot smokers, berkeley city council voting to become sanctuary city for marijuana banning city agencies and employees from enforcing federal laws and turning over information on legal cannabis
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activities. republican strategists harmy joins us earlier to weigh in. >> the federal government will come in here and make arrests right in front of state law enforcement whether they like it or not and we have supremacy clause in constitution that says that the federal law is supreme over the state law so it is kind of chaos and i know that it's going to throw a lot of businesses into some uncertainty because it doesn't really protect them. jillian: all right, well, we still have much more to come here in the show so we will keep you informed on that, it is 53 minutes after the hour and this had to hurt, just watch. the super model making waves for the hard landing caught on camera. wait for it. ouch. today is the day to shower your loved ones with attention and gifts but not simbbound to be happy. your worst valentine's day gift, we read your responses coming up next.
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day of the year. 20 years ago later. later we're still together and happily married. so it had a happy ending. >> a lot of people got candy. get the roses. >> a poll on facebook asked what was your favorite valentine's day candy. most of you want a box of chocolates. hershey kisses coming in second. m amplegd m's 9%. rob: chocolate roses like this here. 1%. i never heard of these
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things. >> side note, update. 57 people on my poll say your shoes are not red, rob. so thank you for participating in wearing red and pink today. rob: "fox & friends" starts right now and a happy valentine's day. >> we're asking congress to support our immigration policy that keeping terrorists, drug dealers, criminals and gang members out of our country. >> commercial jet packed with people falling apart it would seem 30,000 feet in the air. >> really loud bang with the. >> liberal co-host at "the view" hit a new low making fun of vice president pence for christian faith. >> one thing to talk to jesus. it's another thing when jesus talks to you. >> exactly. >> that's called mental illness if i'm not correct. >> biggest issue in my time is china. they are carrying out well orchestrated china. most powerful influential nation on earth. >> it


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