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♪ ♪ >> president trump, he delivered a rousing speech at cpac 2018. >> people get complacent. you just won and now you are happy and complacent. don't be complacent. >> brand new reports suggest that three other broward county deputies arrived at the school during the massacre did not enter but instead hid outside behind their vehicles. >> officer jeff heinrich off duty at the time rushed in. >> those are my family. teachers and staff that i have known for year. >> sanctions against north korea. >> the sanctions don't work we will have to go phase ii. phase ii may be a very rough thing. >> you don't mind if i go off script a little bit? [cheers and applause]
try like hell to hide that bald spot, folks. hanging in there, right? together we are hanging in. ♪ ♪ ♪ this is how we roll ♪ we hanging around ♪ singing everything on the radio. >> pete hegseth off the couch. griff and i taking over with rachel. rachel: i love when we come in with this kind of music. ed: they don't let the swamp come in. all these d.c. people. this is the music that gets you pumped up. got to get pumped. you need the energy. rachel: we need the energy. we need the coffee. if you are at home, get your coffee. stay in bed. griff: yeah, because d.c. is taking over. we will tell you everything that you need to know. ed: you have been at cpac for a couple days. griff: listen, guys it was the 22nd time i covered
cpac. 1985 was the first time newt gingrich had just taken over speaker of the house. rachel: reporter. >> first year in 1995 i was oliver north. we were doing radio row at that time. there was only four or five and now there are hundreds of shows and internet broadcast. ed: mainstream media didn't take cpac seriously. oh, wait, not much has changed. griff: it's a very important speech and president trump gave a political speech and he did something and we're going to talk about everything. because there wassing for nerve a red meat fire up the base speech. he addressed the -- thought being complacent, a challenge that republicans have. ed: worried about the mid terms, maybe. wants to get people pumped up. griff: let me let you hear from the president himself. >> people win, people get complacent. you just won and now you are happy and complacent.
don't be complacent. because, if they get in, they will repeal your tax cuts. they will put judges in that you wouldn't believe. they will take away your second amendment, which we will never allow to happen. they will take away your second amendment. rachel: it's important for him to do this because there really is an enthusiasm gap. democrats are going to go to the poll and republicans are -- and a lot of independents. ed: republicans have won a lot of special elections nonetheless. rachel: they are happy. sometimes when you are happy as you said a little complacent. a little more taxing to get to the polls. griff give right. so ronald reagan spoke 13 times to cpac. he understood the need to be close to the base, right, to the impact that that cpac conference had in speaking to the base, this, of course, an uphill battle. so i think president trump really took a risk, a lot of politicians won't which is
to admit hey, we are going to lose guys, unless you fire up. he is talking to the base of the base, don't get complacent. ed: he has a strong hand at cpac that a lot of people don't want to admit he has. a couple months ago, around christmas, when mainstream media, all the democrats, nancy pelosi, the crumbs, people are going to die. the tax cut is not going to help you. it's not going to trickle down. bottom news, after bonus, after bonus. now we see polls this past week more than a majority the country believes the tax cut is a good thing. he has a stronger hand to bring to voters. rachel: judge jeanine was in the room. she was on with hannity last night. here is what she had to say about the energy in that room. >> you know what's amazing is the energy in the room when the president spoke was very uplifting. it was optimistic. and it reflects the fact that probably in as long as i can remember, we have a president who actually fulfilled the promises he made during the campaign. the president was firm. he was funny.
he was personal. and he was resolute. resolute in making sure that american confidence is up. that under employment, unemployment is down. and that the american people understand that they have the right to make a living. they have the right to be able to provide for their families. and they have the right to secure and safe cities. i hit all the notes. he left it out of the park. griff: judge jeanine tagging the mainstreams there. for the reporter sitting in the room. my salute favorite moment was trump being trump in off-the-cuff moment noticing himself on the mirror and admiring his hair. ed: he is never self-deprecating. never. griff: listen to this. >> what a nice picture that is look at that i would love to watch that guy speak. oh, boy. [applause] i try like hell to hide that
bald spot, folks, i work hard at this. it doesn't look bad, hey, we are hanging in. we are hanging in. we're hanging in there, right? together we are hanging in. rachel: yes, together, with his hair hanging in. it was interesting. when i saw him from behind i started to understanding, it started to come together for me how he actually combs it together in the back to cover the bald spot. it all makes since now. ed: one big sweep. actually being transparent about it. rachel: he has to. he went up on the plane a while ago and it blew over it went viral. he had to address that. ed: american people wanted to know about it. >> i wanted to know. this particular lip really made the hair part come together. >> when he was talking about it you heard the crowd just screaming they love it i did something for us. i positioned myself right outside those doors when you got the jail break, if you
will, of all the people spilling out and talked to people immediately after to see what they thought of it. here is what we put together for you. >> i think this is really where trump excels. people may not love the way he says everything. he steps back and collapse with you. he enjoys the collective of it he is not the elitist let the praise come to him. talking to the crowd and saying what he believes. he really understands that people aren't looking for someone to talk down to them and seem superior. >> i was totally overwhelmed with all the promises made and all the promises kept and to hear from the president. he being repeat it over and over again. it sound sounds fresh and new to me each time i hear it. >> like he said in his first year he has gotten a lot more done than most have in their first year. he is doing a lot for the people of this country and i really appreciate that. >> it shows he is also an entertainer and president and why america loves him so much. >> you don't get that on a lot of other channels.
it was funny because you had people at msnbc and elsewhere attacking the president for he is talking about his bald spot. and there is all these serious issues. then they are saying he covered 31 different topics. when barack obama did 31 different top pings. he hatopics.he covered all kindf ground, folk. he didn't say everything everyone wanted him to say. for example, went after north korea. we didn't get into that yet. we will get into the substance. he had some fun. rachel: the thing they hate about it though, ed, they don't like when is he likeable. they try so hard. the whole thing of the resistance is don't normalize him. this is the deal. this is what people love about him. ultimately he more than any other politician i have ever seen is better than barack obama. he understands the connection between theater and entertainment and police cars. hpolice -- and
politics. a guy at the bar shooting the breeze. ed: sounds like george bush he got elected and i covered him. rachel: on your seat don't know what you are going to get. ed: some fun and serious talk as well. really serious talk and serious news breaking overnight. disturbing update, frankly, on the deadly school shooting in parkland, florida. we are now learning not one but four broward county deputies reportedly waited outside the school. outside the school while the gunman opened fire. taking, of course, 17 lives. now, this is according to sources familiar with the coral springs police department down in florida whose officers ran inside the building to try and stop the shooter. this is being reported by cnn but, remember, the broward county sheriff was on scene and at that town hall a few days ago talking about they did all they could, folks, to save lives. griff: meanwhile, there is more details coming out about the tip that the fbi
failed to investigate. the "wall street journal" reporting the anonymous woman called the agency more than a month before the shooting saying she feared nikolas cruz would, quote: get into a school and just shoot the place up. i know he is going to explode. i'm not sure she could have been clearer. rachel: no. we are hearing more details that he brought a bird into his house and cut it open on the kitchen counter. these are such troubling disturbing facts. remember when the father of meadow pollack stood up in the white house and he said i'm pissed. that's how america feels right now. the more details that come out we are pissed off at every turn. the government failed us. ed: they say see something say something. people saw things, they said it the fbi didn't listen. it appears like local police and sheriff's office didn't listen. maybe compounding it, nothing could be worse than the tragedy of all the lives lost. right? so all this political noise and everything else, nra. but the fact that the
sheriff -- i was down there briefly. i don't want to exaggerate for about a day last week when it first happened to help out with the coverage, our miami bureau was leading the way, i happened to be down there and talking to people. they were off at the beginning really rallying around the sheriff, sheriff israel in broward county on top of the situation. in the last week this story has turned to the point where he is out there on cnn at this town hall a couple days ago saying we did all we could. we need the young people to stand up and tell these politicians gun control and all of these things he said we did all we could and i'm pair phrasinparaphrasing all he. he had to know the facts. he did not. his department, his sheriff's department did not do all they could. rachel: listen to this. he was shifting the blame because he knew the next day he was not going to be age to hide that information that you just gave. ed: yeah. rachel: laura ingraham had the sheriff o president of the n
last night. >> some of the fault i put on the broward county school board. for years they know that the schools have been soft targets and they claim they wants to have better police presence inside the schools and they want tougher security yet, they do not want to cough up the money to pay for that better security and fortify their schools and have better designs. they don't want that. when they are fortunate enough to have a school resource deputy on scene an armed police presence a lot of the liberal thinking principals on campus there, they don't want the police officers making arrests on campus and they don't want the drugs to be found on campus. and they don't want the warrants to be served on campus because it looks like there is bad stats at the school. ed: one quick thing i want to say i was on vacation the last few days. i haven't been following every nuances. i have people tweeting me saying #fire sheriff israel. not think. i know we need to be fair to sheriff israel. we are getting these reports. he should come out. did his department do more that we don't know about.
but my broader point here is, a lot of people didn't wait for the facts in the beginning. this is the nra's fault. this is donald trump's fault. they had basically zero facts. now facts are coming in and it's less and less about gun control. it's still an important debate. it's going to happen. it's going to be talked about. sheriff israel and these facts are coming out. folks, let's get to the bottom of the truth here. the fbi and irving else. griff: that's a great point. i would just add this. pray for that one deputy scott peterson because he is going to live with this for the rest of his life u cpac organizer matt schlapp who i spent a lot of time with greeting president trump ahead of the speech does he think that president trump did enough to energize the base? we will ask him next. ed: if former president obama gives a speech but the press can't report what he said, did it actually happen? ♪ sacrifice our love ♪
needed to da to fire up the base with an uphill climb in this year's mid terms? >> i don't know how he could have done any better. you know what he actually did, griff, is he literally had a prepared speech which they had thought through, and he just totally gave a nearly extemporaneous speech. it was off the cuff. it was from his heart. it was obvious that he was just talking about what he believes his kin ship is with the conservative movement, which is the base, the heart and soul of the republican party, and they loved it. griff: matt, do you believe, there was some discussion in the halls, you know, president trump at the beginning of that speech said i am a conservative, how about? look what i have done? do you think the crowd there views him as a true conservative now or more of a republican president who has accomplished significant conservative goals with an agenda to do more? >> i think the hard part for donald trump, because he was not a career politician, and, let's face it, we always elect career
politicians, because he came from the business world, his political and policy positions were either unknown or they had been mixed. really all they care about is what he wants to do and what's in his heart. he spoke from the heart yesterday. and he went through his accomplishments and he told them where he wants to take the country. and they love the agenda. i don't think anybody disputes that he's a conservative, that he wants to be known as a conservative president. and i think if we took a poll of this audience, i think he might do the math matt particularly impossible and be over 100 percent. griff: if you took a poll amongst your crowd what was the highlight of the crowd? what are they talking about all afternoon and this morning? >> well, they loved the fact that he was funny and that he was just himself. but on the issues, it's interesting the issue that really popped in both his speech and the vice president's speech was this decision to move th our embassy
in israel to jerusalem. that was wildly popular. i also thought his remarks about dr. billy graham were really heart-felt, really appreciated, touching, and, of course, you got the old stand byes. right? this is a crowd that does support the second amendment. this is a crowd that does support the president position to denuclearize iran. this is a crowd that does support the president's decision to pull out of that ridiculous paris climate change agreement. there was a lot of -- i think i lost track. griff: listen, it's not over yet. cpac continues today. have you got dr. sebastian gorka. who else have you got. >> mick mulvaney. from the office of management and budget. we have mark levin and tom fitton. i get the privilege of sitting down with house intelligence chairman devin nunes. we're going to give him a much deserves award. but then he is going to tell this crowd why this misuse of our intelligence community go after political
opponents is so problematic for our constitutional democracy. grif. griff: matt schlapp what a speech it was. some in the mainstream media didn't like it. we will talk about that later. thanks, matt. >> good, good. griff: coming up, the debate over guns has been front and center after the florida massacre. politicians have their ideas. what about everyday americans? we have a town hall panel here to discuss it. that's just ahead. it's going to be great. hey! we didn't have a homeowners claim last year so allstate is giving us money back on our bill. well, that seems fair. we didn't use it. wish we got money back on gym memberships. get money back hilarious. with claim-free rewards.
pistol when she intentionally did the act. ford has been arrested twice before for trying to climb the white house fence in 2017. police believe she has mental or emotional issues. and, paul manafort maintaining his innocence as he is hit with new charges by the special counsel. trump's former campaign manager now accused of secretly palinsecret paying eurn leaders. trump blasting former partner rick gates for pleading guilty. the former campaign aide admitting to conspiracy and lying to federal investigators. manafort says gates lacked the strength to fight the allegations. ed? ed: rachel, appreciate it. in the days since last week's horrible shooting in parkland, florida the debate over guns in america has been front and center. president trump weighing in. >> our whole nation was moved by their strength and by their courage. we listened to their heart wrenches stories. asked them for ideas and
pledged to them and i can speak for all the senators and congressman and congresswomen all of the people in this room that are involved in this decision that we will act. we will do something. we will act. > ed: what do everyday americans think. vin sent hill a former police officer. dr. diane hesitat hess is a pol. and a managing partner of benchmark. we will try to get them all. in just for a woken news round we will come back at 9:00 a.m. eastern. i want to throw the first open question to not move this in any direction u what do you think when you hear we reported a couple moments ago that beyond the gun control debate that the trained police officers who could have helped did not help? >> well, i will take charge of that being former law enforcement. it is very disheartening that you have individuals
that were trained for these types of situations that did nothing that led to the deaths of 17 young kids. it's very troubling. heart breaking. ed: killer shah, you are progukisha, this startedprogun . i'm not saying that's gone away. as we have gotten more facts, people trained with guns weren't jumping in. where are you a week later and how we move forward? >> i still believe we need more gun control laws. the issue with that is that our pliferls are not trained to deal with mass shootings that have been happening. our country has not been prepared for it at all. that's why i believe there is a need for more law enforcement. there is a need for restricting individuals from owning semi assault rifles and weapons that should only be used in combat. i think that's the major issue. ed: i feel i could bring new here in terms of dealing with schools and the president had listening session this week and our kids which are the most
important part from a public health strategy standpoint, what should would he be doing? >> let me follow up and say in terms of this man who didn't enter the building. this was a failure of epic proportions at all levels of government from the 39 reports about this young man to the calls to the fbi that weren't followed up on, to this officer standing out for four minutes while people were being slaughtered inside. this was a failure of epic proportions on all levels of the government. and in terms of a public health approach, which is what i advocate, the liberal argument that we need to deal with gun control has failed dramatically. what we need to do is talk about this as a public health crisis u the same way we did when automobiles came out and we had to deal with safety issues there. and when you do that, you can get to the point that kisha is talking about in terms of making solid moves in terms you have public policy perspective. ed: i want to talk about mental health and come to kevin because she was talking a little antigun control and you are prostates rights. i want to keep it going
around and around. dr. diane hess. mental health where that fits in and then we will get kevin in here. >> mental health is a huge crisis in america. biggest problem for us as precede tritions is not very good reimbursement for mental health providers. i as a provider in new york city is almost impossible to find child psychologist who takes insurance. to get a psychiatrist you have to be hospitalized. it has to come to that point. we need reimbursement for mental health. we need to limit the access of these kids, kids do not need to get assault rifles. every study has shown in other countries that you limit the access to assault rifles and these mass shootings do not happen. ed: kevin, can you jump in. >> there issue we are having find a central focus over making th the boogie man. it wasn't the nra's fault the sheriff's office didn't act on numerous threats. they were alerted to a fact that he made an instagram
post with guns and saying he wanted to shoot up the school. my issue is, if you don't have laws on the books that can cut him under arrest or to con i confiscate his guns because of that and people can't yell fire in a crowded theater. that's an issue we are having here. ed: i see vincent nodding his head and i want to get you in here. you started the conversation. but i also want to point out even president trump said this week though regardless of what happened with the deputies, regardless of mistakes made, there needs to be some sensible gun measures here. of the president himself is talking about that. how does that fit in. >> i agree. he shouldn't be able to purchase a gun at 18. when i was a police officer i had to be 21 before i could get certified with a weapon. ed: rob o'neill real quick. fox news contributor shot usama bin laden tweeted you should be 21 to vote and 21 to purchase a gun in america. how many hands think that's a good idea? we found some agreement. so make your point. >> my point is we are talking about the nra. we are talking about assault
rifles. if you think about dylan roof he didn't have assault rifle he had glock which i carry. start talking about assault rifles and that it's not going to solve the problem. because you will still have mass shootings. we need to talk about how do we react to those a lot faster. ed: quick last point? >> last point, if you make a threat that you're going to do an attack in a gun-free school zone or gun-free zone. there should be laws on the books to be held accountable. >> this child was reported multiple times. he wasn't allowed to carry a backpack to school. only allowed to you carry a clear bag because they were so afraid of him. the system failed all the students. ed: i feel like we heard from everyone. hear more at 9:00 a.m. eastern. what did we miss in this debate and i want everyone one last after points were made. how many hands believe president trump and republicans and democrats in congress will do something to move the country forward in this? how many are confident? give me your hand if you think you are confident? zero hands.
that's something we have got to deal with we are going to talk about it 9:00 a.m. eastern. thanks for all those viewpoints. president trump hitting a wide range of topics in his powerful cpac speech, including faith and religion. >> in america we don't worship government. we worship god. [cheers and applause] ed: what do the voters think of that? the brand new dials are next. and a miracurl. maybe the daughter and press secretary. a lot of big fans. stick around for the details ♪ some kind of wonderful ♪ yes, she is ♪ she's some kind of wonderful ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ ...your grace...
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♪ rachel: president trump speaking at the conservative political action conference on a number of issues including immigration, gun control and even faith. let's get the pulse of the people on the president's big cpac moment. >> lee carter partner and president of maslansky and partners. she joins us now to break it down. good morning, lee. >> good morning. >> ed: great to have you on the couch this morning. >> great to be here. ed: the head of cpac made this point to griff about reverend billy graham passing this week. obviously well received with conservative crowd. then he went a little further about worship and government and god. listen.
>> above all else, we know that faith and family, not government and bureaucracy are at the center american life. we know that. [applause] because, in america, we don't worship government. we worship god. ed: you sigh the red line is republican, obviously. yellow was independent. this is a republican crowd and blue on the bottom was democrat. >> that's right. you can see there, this is one of the best short lines of his speech. republicans gave this an a plus. independents a b plus. and democrats each gave this a c. this is a dig at a democrat and yet they still responded to. this one of the things so interesting here is that we do see right now that the american people are feeling better about the america's place in the world and for messages like this that a lot of americans out there are really feeling good about it. rachel: democrats said at the end when it went -- it sort of separated and then it came together when he said we're about -- we don't worship government. we worship god.
>> that's right. ed: something the democratic voters might not embrace: rachel: next sound bite is about arming teachers in the school. >> these teachers and i have seen them, at a lot of schools where they had problems. these teachers love their students. and the students love their teachers in many cases. these teachers love their students. and these teachers are talented with weaponry and with guns. and that's -- they feel safe and i'd rather have somebody that loves their students and wants to protect their students than somebody standing outside that doesn't know anybody and doesn't know the students and, frankly, for whatever reason, decided not to go in, even though we heard lots of shots being fired inside. >> you can see there, there was a big divide here. republicans gave this an a minus. independents a c. and democrats an f. in the beginning when you
are talking about our great teacher, everybody agreed to support them. when he started talking about arming our teachers, you could see the independence took a dive and democrats took a nose dive. this is a plan very much misunderstood. he is saying everybody, teachers are now going to be responsible for going out there and getting weapon-trained. if this is going to make you feel safer, you should carry. by the way i think that's a good thing. rachel: maybe he needs to clarify what he means. >> i think he does. griff: president very clear when he talked about merit based immigration. let's play that. >> pick out people, then they turn out to be horrendous and we don't understand why. they are not giving us their best people, folks. they are not giving -- i mean, use your heads. they are giving us -- it's a lottery. i don't want people coming in to this country with a lottery. i want people coming in to this country based on merit, based on merit.
griff: pretty clear to see what that grade was. >> republicans an a. independence a b and democrats a d. let's not have a lottery. let's have it merit based. most people started coming on board. that's a good message. rachel: he had funny moments. i will introduce this segment because this is a sensitive subject for a lot of men. let's play this clip. >> what a nice picture that is look at that i would love to watch that guy speak. [laughter] i try like hell to hide that bald spot. it doesn't look bad. hey, we are hanging in. >> what we heard here the dials went really quick here. republicans and independence both gave it an a. independence a b and democrats a c. poking fun at himself. made him seem authentic. ed: he made a joke. independents give him an a for this. >> democrats mostly do not go over a c with the president no matter what he
says. ed: resist even a joke business bald spot. >> i think it's because it's split on the other side. ed: you are the best. we appreciate you being here. coming back later. rachel: really good information. turning now to your headlines. a bullied former nfl player detained by police after posting this disturbing image. the image posted by jonathan martin showing a gun, ammo and the names of former teammates in his high school which was forced to close when the post went public. the los angeles private school will reopen on monday. martin has reportedly been released. it's unclear if he will face charges in 2013 the nfl ruled that martin has -- was harassed by the miami dolphins teammates. george w. bush sharing a written tribute to billy graham the 43rd president writing in part quote his care and his teachings were the real beginning of my faith walk and the start of the end of my drinking. i couldn't have given up alcohol on my own.
this morning, a motorcade carrying the body of america's pastor will depart from ashville to the billy graham library in his hometown of charlotte. a public viewing will be held there monday and tuesday. graham will then lie in honor for two days at the u.s. capitol. his funeral is friday in charlotte. ed: that was remarkable by the way. bush article in the "wall street journal." got to read it. rachel: speech sigh lengths sworn to secrecy. not last night's low profile address in boston. that's just how obama's camp told it media and guests told not to report on the event. discussing his presidency and what's next in his life. according to the "boston globe," those violating the request where were subject to removal and restrictions on future events. ed: open and transparent. rachel: exactly. only and transparent. nothing but love at the limps. making heart shape gesture while watching men snowboarding in south korea. the president's daughter and
senior advisor revealing skiing is her favorite olympic sport. admitting bob sledding comes in second. crurelcurling possiblymaking th. beating sweden, taking his first gold medal and those are your headlines. ed: we won. that's the point. team u.s.a. won. that's all that matters. griff: do you know who is a great cellularrer adam klotz. >> i have always wanted to do that. i have never cellularred. curle. i just focus on the forecast. heart of the country. right now looking at a lot of warm air piling up. you start to see severe weather firing up. that's what's going to be happening today. running down into the mississippi valley. stretching up into the midwest. all areas where we are going to be talking about big thunderstorms firing off later today. here is your future forecast. if you are living on the eastern half of the country.
this is going to be marching across the country for your saturday eventually into your sunday. but the big highlight here for our sunday is going to be what's happening there right in the heart of the mississippi valley. so you are talking about memphis, stretching up towards nashville. getting into portions of southern indiana. all the way down towards shreveport. this is an area where we could see tornadoes tornadoes today. that's what we'll be watching. ed: appreciate you doing it thanks, adam. ed: hogan gidley, herman cain, 999 and the mooch, anthony scaramucci all here live. griff: president trump taking center stage on day two for cpac. what's in store for day three? peter doocy live on the main floor with a preview. he is coming up. ed: he had dooce on the loose. 1, 2, 3, push!
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♪ ed: the conservative political action conference cpac marking third day in maryland this morning. rachel: this after president trump took center stage on friday highlighting the importance of our second amendment. griff: peter doocy is live at national harbor with what we can expect today. hey, peter, good morning. >> good morning, griff and rachel and ed. this room was filled up and completely locked down for president trump's hour and 15 minute long speech yesterday where he really got the crowd going by shredding the idea of schools as gun-free zones. and the president explained that he does want to arm teachers but not all teachers. just whatever percentage of a faculty has a military or law enforcement background and would feel comfortable concealing a firearm to ambush a potential school shooter there are some other ideas the president has for beefing up gun laws. even though they do seem to conflict with the nra's position, he predicts they will come around. >> there is nobody that loves the second amendment more than i do.
there is nobody that respects the nra. they are friends of mine. they backed us all. they are great people. they are patriots. but they are great people. but we really do have to strengthen up, really strengthen up background checks. we have to do that. >> this saturday cpac's includes the intel committee chairman devin nunes. the omb director mick mulvaney, the man who killed usama bin laden rob o'neill, judicial watch chairman tom fitton and the former white house advisor dr. sebastian gorka. this afternoon there is also going to be a panel about unmasking the deep state and that does fit with cpac's self-described mission which is trying to expose and resist washington's elite. back to you in new york. ed: that hair is looking good early. griff: we were talking with
matt earlier was the crowd fired up this morning? >> they were depending on what the subject matter was. there was talk about immigration that had people cheering. that had people booing. but, the president was the big headliner, griff, you were here for the remarks. this room -- they actually took down one of the back walls so they could fit more people in. as soon as he left, a lot of folks left and there was decidedly different feel to cpac. but they are still going. devin nunes is going to get an award later on today for the work he is doing trying to expose obama era abuses of power. ed: we have devin nunes tomorrow as a biggest. but we have peter doocy today. griff: that's right. thanks, peter. ed: thanks, peter have a good day there. nancy pelosi crusade against those crumbs just won't end. >> tax scam that gives 83% of the benefits to the top 1% in our country. how could that be?
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>> president trump gave a political speech. there was something for everybody in a red meat fire up the base speech. >> people get complacent. you just won and now you are happy and complacent. don't be complacent. >> if we took a poll of this audience i think he might do the math matt particularly impossible over 100 percent. waited outside the school while the gunman opened fire. >> officer line democratic off duty at the time rushed. >> in those are my family. teacher and staff i have known for years. >> president trump announcing the biggest package of sanctions yet against north korea. >> sanctions don't work.
we will have to phase phase ii. fades 2 may be a very rough thing. >> you don't mind if i go off script a little bit. [cheers and applause] >> try like hell to hide that bald spot, folks. hanging in there, right? together we are hanging in. ♪ ♪ i shake it off ♪ ed: please stay quiet for a few more seconds. ♪ shake, shake, shake, shake ♪ shake it off ♪ shake it off. ed: i'm revealing a secret i love her. rachel: i do too. griff: i gave my daughter taylor swift concert tickets for christmas and i can say it went over pretty well. dad of the year here. ed: he asked me if i had a bald spot. no. i hear that from the producers like that was a quick no. rachel: that's what happened before the camera comes on. ed: they get in our ear like
psychological warfare. [laughter] griff: the president clearly didn't. he enjoyed talking about his. rachel: he does have one. is he very adept at covering it up. his speech was not boring and purposefully so. griff: he said i'm chucking it. we hear this criticism he won't make fun -- he won't be self-deposit tri indicating. is he all about himself. the ego and then he makes a joke why is he joking about his bald spot? he keeps them all guessing and running around. really the broader message, is he trying to rally the base there at cpac and say don't get complacent out of these mid terms. rachel: that's right. take a look. >> see the word really is complacent. people get complacent. it's a natural instinct. you just won and now you are happy and you are complacent. don't be complacent. okay? don't be complacent. because, if they get in, they will repeal your tax cuts. they will put judges in that
you wouldn't believe. they will take away your second amendment, which we will never allow to happen. they will take away your second amendment. >> now, what's significant there, ronald reagan spoke to this conference 13 times. he understood the importance of being in touch with that base. this is the core of the conservative base. president trump clearly taking risk. you don't see politicians all the time saying hey, listen, i'm going to be funny, entertain you, at the end of the day i have one message that is we have an uphill battle in the mid terms coming we have got to stay focused. don't get lazy and don't get come lay sent. rachel: there is a lot of red meat in there. a party highly energized. the republicans are satisfied with all the accomplishments. they did a good job of laying out accomplishments. he understands intuitively, when you are happy and content, things are going well, republicans have the state. they are runs the house. they are running the senate and running a loft governorships and get lazy.
ed: and before you know it -- rachel: yeah, is he really energizing and saying you can't sit back. democrats are going to come to the polls mid terms. ed: another thing i heard he didn't get into gun control because the conservatives don't want to hear that first of all, a couple days ago, i wasn't in town. he had this listening session that was carried live on all the big channels, folks, radio, the internet thing as well. he is out there saying we got to have some sensible measures here and actually, if you fact check this, in the speech, to the conservative base he said. this. >> there is nobody that loves the second amendment more than i do. and there is nobody that respects the nra. they are friends of mine. they backed us all. they are great people. they are patriots. but, the great people. but we really do have to strengthen up, really strengthen up background checks. we have to do that. ed: he said it, folks. can you say and talk about
gun control. he said it there. if that was not enough for you. again, the listening session, he was there with the families and the teachers, and he doesn't have all the answers. congress doesn't have all the answers. they are trying to figure it out. griff: just to point out because ed and i were talking off air it's amazing how far just in the week you were gone on vacation the debate has gone. steve: started out algone.steve. ed: started out all the nra's fault. griff: the president defending the nra. standing up for it. ed: unpopular and all of the sudden like wait a second the second amendment is the second amendment. people literally on msnbc saying is this really all real a right? it's a second amendment to the constitution. rachel: sheriff israel was very quick to attack the nra, probably because he wants to deflect from some of the information we're getting. let's take a look at what he had to say. >> i understand you're standing up for the nra and i understand that's what you are supposed to do. but you just told this group
of people that you are standing up for them. you are not standing up for them until you say i want less weapons. [cheers and applause] ed: this is important. let's get the nra reacting to sheriff israel. there tweet was no sheriff israel, you were the one that didn't protect these children. and that is your job. you run the largest fully accredited sheriff's office in the u.s. yet, your office failed this community. very important point whether you agree or disagree with the nra. put it out. this is america. all the views out there on wednesday the sheriff had to know some of the facts that were eventually going to come out that his team that he said we did everything to try to save those 17 kids and teachers and the coach, we did everything. and he knew that wasn't true. and blamed tonight nra. he said we need gun control. and now the facts are coming out. rachel: very deliberate. he was trying to shift the blame. if you watched that town
hall as i did, you would see that marco rubio and dana loesch got far more pointed questions they were put more on the spot than the sheriff or the fbi who were actually responsible for the outcome in this terrible tragedy. griff: put it in perspective perhaps why he is trying to shift the blame because he knows that one of his trained deputies, scott peterson stood there for four minutes listening to innocent children being gunned down. it was a six-minute shooting. i think the video they have of him is four minutes long. he was put up in march of 2017, scott peterson, the deputy that failed to act, was put up for the employee of the year, the sheriff of the year in the broward county. and now we have the report that there may have been three other deputies that didn't act. ed: we care about law enforcement. we care about law enforcement. >> they put their lives on the line every day. not just in broward county, around of the country. more facts are going to come out. maybe we will find out more about this sheriff's deputy.
maybe he just made awful, you can't even begin -- i'm not defending it awful mistakes. and maybe there are others who were trying to help. you can't blame the whole force the whole sheriff's department on this one person. the guy at the top, sheriff israel has made it like did he everything, his force did everything. and it's the nra's fault. and the president's faults. come on. rachel: if you are pointing at the nra instead of the mistakes. it's hard to be a police officer. i don't want to sit here and judge. ed: horrific tragedy, you can't imagine being in the of it. rachel: orchestrated effort by sheriff israel and the media and the democrats to point the blame at marco rubio, at dana loesch, at the nra. at all republicans who care about the second amendment. instead of looking at the very obvious problems, failed circumstances that happened within his own department, with the fbi and the very credible tips, i mean, people were calling in saying i'm afraid he is going to shoot up the school. he is going to explode.
they told stories of him cutting up a baby bird on his mother's kitchen counter. this is a very deranged person that should have been locked up there were failures all over the place. griff: let me offer. this last week we saw two more officers elsewhere in the country die in the line of fire for gunfire. so you are not going to find a network that is more supportive of law enforcement having covered a lot of the shootings for greta van susteren for a better part of a decade. they have a tough job. but at the end of the day, this unbelievable blame game is going around for sheriff israel to point strictly at the nra -- ed: frank siler who is on the show a lot. tunnel to towers foundation. look it up. they are raising money this very week to help the families of those law enforcement officers. maryland other states killed this week. so we have got to stand up for law enforcement. we also need accountability for what went wrong. what do you think about where the story started and now as the facts come in how it is turning? firstname.lastname@example.org. we will be reading and reacting all hour. all hour and all three more
hours. rachel: three more hours. >> kennedy: taking over. rachel: now to headlines and fox news alert. isis claiming responsibility for a deadly suicide bombing near the u.s. embassy in afghanistan. blasts killing at least two people and injuring seven in a diplomatic area near nato headquarters in kabul. in a separate incident. afghan soldiers were killed when check point came under attack by the taliban. armed woman behind bars after ramming her van into a security barrier at the white house. the secret service saying jessica ford was carrying a pistol when she intentionally did the act. they have arrested ford twice before for trying to climb the white house fence in 2017. police believe she could be mentally ill. at the time the president was finishing up a press conference at the white house with australian prime minister malcolm turnbull. paul manafort maintaining his innocence as he is hit with new charges by the special counsel. trump's former campaign
manager now accused of secretly paying european leaders to lobby for pro-russian groups in the ukraine. manafort also blasting former partner rick gates for pleading guilty. former campaign aide admitting to conspiracy and lying to federal investigators. manafort says gates lacked the strength to fight the allegations. plans for president trump's military parade are marching forward. the pentagon is being ordered to plan the event for veterans day on november 11th. it's also 100th anniversary of the end of world war i. the parade would run from the white house to capitol hill. the president was inspired after seeing the bastille parade in france last year that he called magnificent. >> a lot of people said he was inspired by north korea. wait, actually, the facts are it was based on france, an ally. griff: i can't wait for the parade. d.c. hasn't had one since quite some time. ed: after the gulf war.
bush 41. griff: some in the media melting down in the latest charges in the mueller probe. >> do you hear that? it's the sound of the drum beat of indictments and guilty pleas. >> he is the newest face to plead guilty, an insider who might hear secrets within trump world. griff: do they have anything to do with russian collusion? charlie hurt here to weigh in next. ed: forget about man's best friend. how about man's life safer, sav. how he literally saved his owners. ♪ we can be heroes for just one day ♪ two united club passes. priority boarding. and earn fifty thousand bonus miles after you spend
>> did you hear that? it's the sound of the drum beat of indictments and guilty pleas in the mueller investigation. >> he's the newest face to plead guilty. and insider who might know secrets within trump world. >> mueller's probe has been speeding along in recent days as we have noticed, piling up indictments and guilty pleas. this may account for some of the frenzy by the president himself. ed: mainstream media meltdown after special counsel robert mueller charges former trump campaign aides paul manafort and rick gates. this time tax fraud. begs the question what does any of this have to do with russian collusion and what does it have to do with the president. opinion editor, fox news contributor and now rock star we can add because he is a rock star at cpac charlie hurt. charlie, drum beat of indictments. we have heard this again and again and it's rick gates and it's years ago. >> yeah. that's quite a montage you played there. it's almost hard not to
start laughing. listening to all of it the truth of the matter is obviously this is very bad news for paul manafort. rick gates turning states evidence against clearly paul manafort. but it means absolutely nothing for, you know, making any sort of case about collusion with russia, between donald trump or his campaign or anything like that. and, in fact, some of the charges in this newest indictment are, you know, lies about, you know that occurred in the course of the investigation. and it does nothing to justify the original launching of the investigation in the first place. ed: it gets back to lobbying, dealing with congress before donald trump was elected president which a lot of people leave out. >> and i'm not belittling any of this because, you know, it sounds like some of these are very serious charges. it's also, you know, filling out forms, acknowledging that you're lobbying. so it's not even that the lobbying itself is necessarily illegal. ed: real quick to be fair
and balanced though. rick gates did work in the white house, unlike paul manafort. and we don't want to dismiss, either, that he could be -- could be i underline talking to the prosecutors, talking to mueller about things that he heard about in the white house. although there is no evidence or indication yet that he is turning on the president. >> i would imagine that if donald trump could get into his way, way, way back machine and do things over again, he probably would have avoided any affiliation with paul manafort and rick gates. so, and as much as that is something that he would do differently. yeah. this is a problem he wishes he didn't have to listen, you know, turn on the tv and hear about everyday on cnn and msnbc. ed: now we have to call you a rock star part of your contract. you talked about the trump effect on american politics at cpac. tell us about that. >> yeah, well, you know, it's been really fascinating. obviously donald trump is not a partisan.
he is not a perfect republican. he is not a conservative in sort of the normal definition, but he is somebody who comes to the -- and i think for decades going on now, republicans and conservatives have been sort of betrayed by these principled conservatives who made these promises or these republicans who failed to live up to promises. and, you know, he just decided to come in and sort of as a straight shooter, as a guy who was going to look at things in a far more practical way, less partisan way. and the net result of it has been that conservatives have enjoyed more victories over the past year than i think that we have since perhaps reagan or even before. ed: 15 seconds, charlie, less partisan but now to get people to turn out in the mid terms have you got to be partisan. can he pull the coalition back together. >> i do think enough people see that they are winning in enough ways that it will pull that coalition back
together. ed: all right, quick answer from the rock star, charlie hurt, good luck at cpac today. >> thanks, ed. ed: democrats crusade against those tax crumbs rages on. what are they still missing? i have a feeling that herman cain who is going to be live this hour has some interesting answers. and a new documentary shining a lot on adoption. a teen travels to thank his birth mother for not going through with an abortion. >> i've had a great life. ed: that teen, his birth mother and their adoptive mother here ♪ we are family ♪ i got my sister with me ♪ get up everybody -- #nosleep i got it... #mouthbreather yep, we've got a mouth breather. well just put on a breathe right strip and...
the numbers. first 103, that's how many people from central america were found hiding in abandoned tractor-trailer near the u.s.-mexico border. the group was in the trailer for 12 hours before heard them. the driver ditching the trailer after failing to get them in legal illegally. city bank overcharged for late payments. 1.7 million car holders will get $190 check for being wrongly penalized sings 2011. and last, number one. that is the ranking of the u.s. men's curling team. mira-curl on ice. first time gold medal for the u.s. men's team ever. well done. rachel: new documentary i lived on parker avenue puts a spotlight on the beauty of adoption. it follows the story of david and his adoptive
family reuniting his birth mother after 19 years. take a look. [crying] ♪ >> one of their first conversations, david thanks his birth mother, melissa, for not going through with her planned abortion. and, instead, putting him up for adoption. take a look. >> i wanted to first thank you for your decision 19 years ago. >> i feel so -- i feel so guilty. >> i never liked telling people i was adopted. >> are you mad at me. >> never. thank you. i have had a great life. rachel: okay. try not to cry. joining us now to share more of their story, david scott and his adoptive mother
susan scotten and his birth mother melissa, thank you. what a beautiful, beautiful moment. what david prompted you to want to put this very personal intimate moment on film? >> i just saw an opportunity to first i wanted to meet her and thank her for leaving the abortion clinic and giving me the life that i have today and giving me my mom that's sitting next to me right now. and then when we planned this opportunity and meeting, i was approached to have it filmed. and we wanted to reclaim the beauty of adoption. and we thought there was no better way to do that than by filming a live thank you and live meeting like this. rachel: amazing. tell us about the moment that you -- i mean, you actually, first of all, go to the abortion clinic. it's now a health clinic. but tell us about the moment that you made that decision. i mean, you are in the abortion clinic. you are about to go through with this. and you change your mind. what happened? >> multiple things happened
that as i was on the table, and the protesting outside had a lot of influence on the decision. and i remember coming in, i heard lots of different things being said. and one thing that stuck out particular was your child has 10 fingers and 10 toes. and i'm lying on that table in a gown and as the doctor comes in he slides over in his chair and he is within like seconds of touching me and i can't do this. i cannot do. this. rachel: you run out of the clinic. >> did i. literally. rachel: in the documentary you actually go back to this place to see it do we have a video of that? okay. let's take a look at that and go on the other side and talk about it. >> i feel sick and happy at the same time because those
two seconds, you wouldn't be standing here. rachel: emotional for you. but must be emotional for you, too. as the adoptive mom, susan. >> it was awesome. the whole experience for me was being able to thank melissa and give us the joy of our life. rachel: he is incredible young manual. i actually saw him speak in new orleans once. which is why we had the idea for the segment. he is so impressive. what's the message -- this is a great moment for you to film. it's like a family memory, right, in a way. what's the bigger message. what's the message you want the rest of the world to see from this film? >> we want the rest of the world to see what the adoption option can do. if it was not for the adoption option, i would not be here today. rachel: lastly, melissa, there is thousands of women across the country who
are -- they have appointments right now at abortion clip nics. having gone through what you have gone through, what you know now, what would you advise them? >> i would beg and plead with them with all of my might to please consider the alternative and i wish that i would have been more informed and less naive. and i would have just been more knowledgeable and i never would have -- rachel: sounds like there was an angel there on that day. >> yes, ma'am. rachel: this is incredible story. how can people watch it? >> so we go live online for free on march 8th. rachel: on march 8th. >> we did five years screening and traveling the country and comes down to one day. www i lived on parker ave.com. we will have that up on our web site as well. incredible story. thanks for sharing it i'm sure it's going to make a difference in some lives u a life and death difference.
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> ed: day three at cpac now officially underway in maryland. rachel: president trump took center stage highlighting the importance of our second amendment. griff: peter doocy is live at national harbor with what we can expect today. good morning, peter. >> good morning and speed cpac is going to salute the lawmaker who has been trying to use his post as the house intelligence committee chairman to expose obama era abuses of power. that is, of course, california congressman devin nunes. also on the docket today, omb director mcmulvaney, the man who killed usama bin laden ro rob o'neill. tom fitton and former white house advisor sebastian gorka. their remarks come a day after the headliner yesterday, president trump reassured the crowd here that pending gun control legislation is not a gun grab. >> most of it is just common sense. it's not do you love guns? do you hate guns? it's common sense.
it's all common sense. and some of the strongest advocates about what i'm saying are the strongest advocates. i know them very well. political people. the strongest advocates for the second amendment. >> the crowd of mostly college aged conservatives ate up just about everything the president said. even though he veered totally off script for most of the hour and 15 minutes that the crowd was standing and listening. >> i don't know how he could have done any better. he literally a prepared speech which they had thought through. and he just totally gave a nearly extemporaneous speech. it was off the cuff. it was from his heart. >> now in a few hours the president is going to get graded by the cpac crowd with the annual straw poll with answers about how conservatives, attendees think that he is and then whether or not the senate rules should be changed so things can pass with 451 votes instead of 60. and also there are going to
be some questions and answers about issues like immigration and what to do about daca. back to you in new york. ed: big issues to be addressed. peter doocy live on the fox news channel all day. thanks for getting up early with us. peter? rachel: thanks, peter u. ed: meanwhile, hogan gidley, deputy white house press secretary getting up early. a little breakfast with friends. good morning, hogan. >> good morning, guys. how is everybody? ed: we are doing good. talk to us about the president's speech yesterday at cpac. is he somebody not embrace you had previously as you will remember just a couple years back by cpac. got a fairly good reception based on what i'm hearing yesterday as president of the united states having just passed the tax cut, checking ooff the judicial nominees and all of that but, talk a little bit about a challenging political year and how this unconventional president, who defied the odds to win the white house in the first place, is now facing political head winds, the ideas that the republican also lose the house, at least lose a seat or two in the senate.
what is the idea about pulling this coalition back together for the mid terms? >> it's a long way to november. the president began to outline the accomplishments he has had. record-setting accomplish. s in record setting time. it is frustrating that career politicians, the bureaucrats. the washington elites that said don't worry, everybody, don't worry, america, we've gotcha. they got us newt mess all right. that's where we are right now. this president comes in in a short amount of time changed the tax code that hasn't been touched but talked about 40 years. reduced regulations, crushed isis. the economy is soaring like never before. now we see a poll comes out that says we are respected now in the world for the first time in a long time after the obama administration and the apology tours he went on multiple times, apologizing for us being just americans. this president has turned things around so drastically. so dramatically. and in such a short amount of time. people don't know how to take it but, the republicans, the conservatives at cpac
yesterday, are behind this president. they are rallying, and they understand what's at stake in november. rachel: earlier this week the media criticized president trump for having notes. at cpac he went off script and now they are saying that the speech was meandering and that he sounds like hugo chavez and fidel castro. they are comparing him to a dictator. what say you actually, you know what? let's show a clip of the media freaking out first. >> okay. >> sprawling, truly sprawling meandering speech by the president. i am used to having heard from hugo chavez or fidel castro or orde erdogan, presidet putin gives something like this every year. mahmoud ahmadinejad used to give speeches like. this we couldn't see only see president trump when they were cheering about when president trump was talking about tpp. unless that audience was filled with chinese people. >> factory workers in particular. >> there were a lot of lies
just in this speech. >> remarkable speech. lie to new topic to another lie. it was a very strange speech. rachel: wow. what do you make of that? >> what is hogan going to say about that one? >> pick a narrative guys, right? last week it was why does the president have notes? now they are saying he should have notes and keep to his script. they are flailing around because business in this town is over. this president has come in and done more to fix this country and help the average american person, the average american citizen than anybody has done since ronald reagan. they know it and they are terrified because he continues to succeed. with 90% negative news coverage. of that 90% i dare say 80% is about palace intrigue. who is angry ought this person this week. who may leave the white house? all of those things are occurring. this president keeping his head down. stays focused and gets things accomplished. griff: i was in that room listening to the speech and unlike my colleagues at msnbc it was entirely different reception. i want to get to the nra. because the president
defended the nra. the second amendment, gun control, the tragedy in florida is front and center. i want to ask you what is the presidency as being possible? what is possible in this environment, what douse the president want to do to get done going forward? >> right. legislation can't just feel good. legislation has to do good. and what this president wants is to keep our children safe and for far too long this has been talked about and nothing has been addressed. or actually put forward that would accomplish those goals. look, excuse me, i would say this, donald trump is more than the president of the united states. donald trump is a father, and sea grand father. and he wants what everybody else in this country wants. which is to keep our children safe. that's what he is looking at now. because he has met now with all the relevant stakeholders. he has met with the children, with the parents. also you saw this week he met with law enforcement officials, states attorneys general and governors.
the partnership between the federal government and local government has to be strong in order to get things accomplished for the kids and keep them safe. that's what he wants to do. and right now he is in a listening phase. he wants to hear from everybody. give us out ideas. you saw that just incredible moment, moments, plural, in that room in the state dining room with all of those grieving families u and they all had differing opinions about what they wanted. they were angry. they were scared. they were upset and they have every right to be that way. but they were also hopeful that this president would get something done and that congress would actually move to protect the children. ed: all good points. 15 seconds here. we have had a mini town haul with five experts last hour. i asked them show of hands having said all the things that president trump just said that congress will move forward and get something done. these are democrats, republicans, independence, zero out of five raised their hand. 15, 3 30 seconds what hope can you give them something will get done. >> it will. this president has made
promises and kept promises because business in washington is business as usual. they are concerned think something is not going to get done and swepght under the rug like it has in the past. not with this president. something will get accomplished and kids will be safer in school because the president will put forth common sense legislation that gets it done. griff: we have to leave it there ole miss 1:00 in basketball. >> i hope. so i saw you do the curling segment earlier. griff jenkins probably did curling too at ole miss. i think it was a 12-ounce curls. ed: do your sports talk off the air. griff: hottie tottie. rachel: turning now to headlines, closer to the family of american aide worker killed in isis captivity. kayla muriel was kidnapped in 2013 and died two years later. her remains have never been found. two of the four british jihadis nicknamed the
beetlebeatles. they are hopeful ka hopeful kays body will be find. >> plead not guilty to new charges of child abuse. police arresting david and elise when one of their daughters escaped to call the police. six of their minor children are living in two foster homes. the seven adult kids are staying at an assisted living facility. lawyers say they're ache claim mating to their new freedom. the couples facing up to 94 years in prison. and those are your headlines. ed: we all know how nancy pelosi feels about the president's tax cuts. >> the crumbs that they are giving, bowl of doggy do. >> this tax scam. >> ed: doggy do. that's a new one. herman cain proves how out of touch she is. he joins us next ♪ we are the tv doctors of america.
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griff: by now you should know how nancy pelosi feels about entrepreneurship's tax cuts. >> this is armageddon. in terms of the bonus that corporate america received, versus the crumbs that they are giving. >> you're doing a grave disservice to our country. >> unpatriotic. >> it's unpatriotic. >> tax scam that gives 83% of the benefits to the top 1% in our country: how could that be? griff: with millions of americans getting bonuses and the plan growing in popularity, what is pelosi missing about the average taxpayer? here to weigh in the former ceo of godfather's pizza 2012 g.o.p. presidential candidate herman cain. mr. kaine welcom cain when you e running pizza company even the crumbs tasted good. >> they tasted delicious. nancy pelosi, there is an old saying, you can have
your own opinion. you can't have your own facts. i don't know where she got that 83% benefit only goes to the top 1% i have not seen that i don't know how theret throw fitted that number. that number is an absolute lie. here's what she is missing. she is out of touch with the american people. and secondly, she may have forgotten where some of us started. i started out working at 12 years old as an assistant janitor to my dad. so i appreciate those crumbs just like most of the people in this country who work hard every day trying to make a living and trying to take care of their families. rachel: last time you were here, you said about the g.o.p. tax plan, it's not 999 but it's fine fine fine. i would say that the plan actually looks better than fine. it seems to be exceeding expectations when you put it together with the deregulation that president trump has implemented. >> i agree with you
100 percent. that's why i said back then it's fine, fine, fine. now, i have an exclusive riddle for you all. what does 99 have in common with the current tax plan? answer? two out of three. because, remember, 999 was the tax rate for individuals. lowered the tax rate for corporations and also had a national sales tax. this is why i'm ecstatic about it this is why the american people are ecstatic about it. because they can feel tangible results in their paychecks. so, yes, i am still thrilled with the current tax cut. griff: i love it i just love hearing 999 again, her man. let me ask you this question though, as we go into these mid terms and there is a lot of, you know, the rallying cry for the democrats that makes it harder for republicans, to win but is nancy pelosi hurting the democrats' edge going into the mid terms in your opinion? >> i do believe she is
hurting the democrats and the entire party going into the mid terms. there is an old saying. if you are in a hole, stop digging. she doesn't know she is in a hole and she can't stop digging and she is trying to drag many of the democrats down with her. but, the good news is, some of the democrats are starting to distance themselves from her crumbs statement because when they go home, they hear from real people who are applauding the direct impact that the tax plan is having on their paycheck. ed: you heard it from herman cain. he started as a janitor age of 12. pulled himself up by the boot straps and now not feeling very crummy. >> i'm a happy warrior, ed. ed: we appreciate it. herman cain. griff: we have to leave it there. thank you so much. ed: anthony scaramucci is here with what he thinks is next.
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tortilla chips. one of our most popular brunch items chili. we do red and green. doing green here today. and almost like a breakfast casserole use old tortilla chips historically for this. add some eggs, scrambled eggs. rachel: right over the chips? >> oh, yeah. >> and then we add some sauce. >> i can't wait for my section. rachel: this is a great way to use your left over meat. >> we use brisket at the restaurant. rachel: you put this in the oven then? >> put it in the oven and just warm it up. rachel: how about a little cheese on top of that? would that work. >> we put cheese at the restaurant. ed: looks like a dinner. >> most popular lunch item. >> starving over here. i have my plate. what can i put on it. >> lunch, great way to do tortilla chips is nachos. everyone loves nachos. great thing to do at home. differential proteins.
everyone wants to make their own nachos. rachel: mexican food makes people happy. >> everyone least our restaurant with a smile on their face. >> what's this? >> chorizo spice the sausage. pica degallow: rachel: cheese on top. rachel: dinner? >> tortilla soup? >> for dinner a great way to use tortillas is tortilla soup. we have our base, which is some chicken in there. we have so he mate toe stalk and you can add tortilla strips on top. gives them crunch. put them on. cheese, of course, a little bit of cheese on there freshen up with a little bit of lime. >> always important. riff griff easy part is just eating the guacamole which is my favorite part every time. >> everyone loves guacamole. griff: thank you very much for being here. ed: president trump warning the cpac crowd about the mid terms. >> we get clobbered in 18.
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against north korea. >> the sanctions don't work, we have to go phase ii. phase ii may be a very rough thing u. >> we will put more great conservative ideas into use than what happens than ever before in american history. i think we proved that i'm a conservative. [cheers] ♪ ♪ ♪ life is a highway ♪ i want to ride it all night long. ed: what happened to -- griff: start the segment over. we need some -- ed: great to be with you guys. griff: but i'm with you. ed: life is a highway. rachel: i'm between two swamp dwellers today. griff: yes. rachel: a lot of news coming out of d.c. good to have you here. ed: talking about the open road. president trump going out there and storming cpac. griff: nice segue way. look at that. ed: embrace him a couple years ago. he opened it up
and said let her rip. i'm taughting the boring speech aside. the crowd lost whether he througthrew the speech aside u t her rip. rachel: covered a lot of topics. the main thing he wanted to leave with this audience was don't be complacent. he has his mind on the mid terms. take a look. >> see, the word really is complacent. people get complacent. it's a natural instinct. you just won and now you are happy and you are complacent. don't be complacent. okay. don't be complacent. because, if they get in, they will repeal your tax cuts. they will put judges in that you wouldn't believe. they will take away your second amendment, which we will never allow to happen. they will take away your second amendment. [cheers and applause] griff: now, i was there for the last couple of days. and you know it's fascinating because two years ago on the campaign trail, donald trump did not go to cpac. he was worried how he would be received. they didn't think he was
conservative. he went last year. the first sitting president since ronald reagan to appear. he won them over. and now he is clearly their hero. they went nuts for him. he had the off-the-cuff. nearly 90 minutes entertaining him. the point is that he now has really felt that he has that conservative mantel. and he has got to be the coach. he has got to be the starting quarterback to fire that base up. ed: and, you know, they love what he is saying because he says things that can be unpopular. the tough thing to say which is like stand up for the second amendment right now u and you might say oh, that's just a political thing to rally the base. oh they might take the second amendment away. no, msnbc people yesterday were saying is this really a right? yeah, folks, it's the second amendment, yeah. you wants to have a debate about it? debate about it. but it is a fundamental part of who we are, we will have to go moving forward what hogan gidley was telling us next stepping. rachel: whether the
president could actually get something done on guns and school safety. >> legislation can't just feel good. legislation has to do good. and what this president wants is to keep our children safe. and for far too long this has been talked about. and nothing has been addressed or actually put forward that would accomplish those goals. donald trump is more than the president of the united states. donald trump is a father and is he a grandfather. and he wants what everybody else in this country wants, which is to keep our children safe. because business as usual in washington, d.c. is over. people can rest assured that if they're concerned and they think nothing is going to get done and get swept under the rug like it has in the past. not with this president. something will get accomplished. rachel: one of the things the president said in that speech that speaks to what hogan was saying there about being a parent is. he said, listen, we protect our airports. we protect our banks. why aren't we protecting our schools and our young people who are our most valuable resource? that's what people are
asking about now. and i think the media and everybody else wants to move it to guns. but there is a lot of parents looking at this situation, especially so many of the mistakes made leading up to this saying we can't just depend on the fbi or the police. we need to secure the actual premises, fortify it and perhaps and he brought this up in the speech, too. perhaps arm our teachers. griff: you wants to know what really talking about? they're talking about a light hearted moment where the president went off the cuff and talked. he noticed himself on the monitor and here is what happened. >> by the way, what a nice picture that is. look at that i would love to watch that guy speak. [laughter] oh, boy. i try like they hide that bald spot, folks, i work hard at it it doesn't look bad, hey, we are hanging. in we are hanging.
in we are hangings in there, right? together we are hanging in. griff: i feel like some -- you know, ed does not have a bald spot. we were checking at the break and we're not going to look on tv but i could have the very beginning of having allegiance. rachel: interesting on two levels. one, the president is having fun. ed: they say he can't folk fun at himself and people criticized him for making fun of himself. no matter what he does people in the media are going-to-a tack him. rachel: he looks like he is having fun with the presidency. is he off the cuff. this is what people love, it's vintage trump. i wondered how the hair thing worked in the back. i loved when he turned around. it all makes sense to me now how it works. griff: he had such a range. it was funny and then, it was serious. ed: talking about parents and saying look, airports are safe. schools should be safe. and there was disturbing update overnight about what really happened. more facts about that deadly school shooting in parkland, florida, we are now learning not one but four broward
county deputies reportedly waited outside the school while the gunman opened fire inside the school. of course, taking 17 lives. this is according to sources familiar with the coral springs police department who another jurisdiction, their officers ran inside the building to try and stop the shooter according to this report by cnn. griff: meanwhile, more reports coming out about the tip that the fbi failed to investigate. the "wall street journal" reporting the anonymous woman called the agency more than a month before the shooting saying she feared nikolas cruz would, quote, get into a school and just shoot the place up. i know he is going to explode. ed: griff, they tell you see something, say something. the story began, rachel that the fbi was told there could be something there it was vegas at first. there was a youtube chat room. there was a comment, i believe. well, a call was made. and it's hard. there is thousands of tips coming. in now there is more and
more information. see something, say something. people saw something, they said something. rachel: very clearly. not in a very vega vegas vague . i think he is going to go into the school and shoot it up. they received 30 plus calls on the home. information that he took a baby bird and cut it open on his mom's kitchen counter. there are so many signs here this young man was screaming for help. the people around him were worried and did exactly what citizens were supposed to do. they called the authorities. and the authorities dropped the ball. remember, when meadow pollack's father was in that very powerful meeting with the president in the white house and he said i'm pissed. the more information that comes out, parents like me look at this and i go i'm pissed off too. this is serious stuff. ed: remember the sheriff of broward county. sheriff israel was at that cnn town hall beating up on the nra. talking about gun control. saying folks, you see him there. we did all we could to save these kids and it was
emotional and man he is all over this. and we don't want to tar all law enforcement. people make mistakes. but he presented himself as being on top of this, and now we find out that some of his folks were outside, they were in the parking lot. they are outside. they didn't help. >> did he more than that i think in that town hall he knew that information. he knew that his officers did not go inside. and he knew also that all these other things had fallen between the cracks. and he made a, i believe, a concerted effort to deflect from himself. and push the attention over and blame -- and blame dana loesch, blame marco rubio, blame the nra and blame everybody but his own sheriff's department. griff: it is a blame game. you know, the president of the broward's sheriff's union jeff bell on ingraham last night said the broward county school board hold some of the blame. take a listen what jeff bell had to say. >> some of the fault that i put on the broward county school board for years they know that the schools have been soft targets. and they claim that they want to have better police presence inside the schools
and they want tougher security. but, yet, they do not want to cough up the money to pay for that better security and fortify their schools and have better designs. they don't want that. then when they are fortunate enough to have a school resource deputy on scene and armed police presence, a lot of the liberal-thinking principles that are on campus there, they don't want the police officers making arrests on campus. they don't want the drugs to be found on campus. they don't want the warrants to be served on campus because it looks like bad stats at the school. rachel: that's so troubling. as a parent i look at that and i say i want the drugs and the arrest and the danger removed from my kid's school. there is a lot of butt covering up going on here. ed: point is accountability and figuring out what went wrong so it doesn't happen again. it's happened too many times. yet when it happens immediately without it's nra's fault. president trump's fault. let's figure out. hold people accountable in power. let's get the facts first. griff: ed brought that up. we need as all of us
parents, we need to know everything that happened so that the end of the day you want to prevent the next one from happening. rachel: absolutely. sounds to me like the media and the democrats have a policy agenda they want to push instead of really getting at the truth and figuring out what the genuine problems and solutions are. anyway, we have got to move to some he had headlines right now and a fox news alert. isis claiming responsibility for a deadly suicide bombing near the u.s. embassy in afghanistan. the blast killing at least two people and injuring seven in a diplomatic area near nato headquarters in kabul. >> we expect the enemy to continue with these horrendous attacks to be honest. we have work to do right here in kabul. and we are doing that work. rachel: in a separate incident, at least 18 afghan soldiers were killed when their check point came under attack by the taliban. an armed woman is behind bars after ramming her van into a security barrier at the white house. the secret service saying jessica ford was carrying a pistol when she intentionally did the act.
they have arrested ford twice before for trying to climbed white house fence in 2017. police believe she could be mentally ill. at the time the president was finishing up a press conference at the white house with australian prime minister malcolm turnbull later tweeting thank you to the great men and women of the united states secret service for a job well done. paul manafort maintaining his innocence as he faces new charges from the special counsel. trump's former campaign manager now accused of secretly paying european leaders to lobby for pro-russian groupings in the ukraine. manafort also blasting his former partner rick gates for pleading guilty. the former campaign aide admitting to conspiracy and lying to federal investigators. man fortmanafort says gates lacked the strength to fight the allegation. it's a mira-curl on ice. the men's curling team beating sweden final 10-7 in
south korea. the team making america proud taking home gold for the first time ever before their big win ivanka trump showing nothing but love for the winter games. president's daughter and senior advisor making a heart shaped hand gesture while watching men's snowboarding. and those are your headlines. >> nice positive picture. rachel: she looks beautiful. ed: beating up on her for no apparent reason. griff: that i can that sweden. president trump hammering democrats for not doing enough to enforce immigration laws are they to blame for the rise of ms-13. ed: forget man's best friend. shepard saved his owners ♪ bring me a higher love ♪ gredient
♪ ♪ griff: welcome back. in the two days i spent at cpac, there was one moment the president talking about an issue. it's not getting a lot of play. but i think it's going to be one that we are going to hear more and more about. and it's an important one. and it deals with ms-13. take a listen. >> when you deal with ms-13, the only thing they understand is toughness. they don't want anything, all they understand is toughness. if that ice agent or border patrol agent is tougher than them, they respect him. and they shouldn't be in our country. the democrats voted in favor of sanctuary cities. in other words, they voted to protect criminal aliens instead of voting to protect the american citizens. to secure our country, we are calling on congress to
build a great border wall to stop dangerous drugs and criminals from pouring into our country. griff: so you see the reaction from the crowd. they loved it. ed: heading into a midterm election can rally his own base, say this is about standing up ofor the american values, american laws. rachel: yes. ed: and that great big wall. rachel: attorney general sessions there is mixed feeling about him. some disappoint among the base. on ms-13, people are happy. the republican base is very happy with what he has done. and i think h one of the most powerful moments of the state of the union address was when he brought in those families whose daughters were killed by ms-13. and then you had ms-13 and the other media i remember one of the hosts from ms-13 saying, you know, nobody cares about ms-13, nobody know what is it is only people who watch fox. griff: didn't have impact. they lost their daughters. rachel: totally insensitive.
griff: in d.c., in maryland the suburbs of d.c. there was a story this week that got local coverage. it was about ms-13 gang leaders. these guys took a young teenage girl, i think, 14 or 16, and were human trafficking her for prostitution. she wasn't complying and they beat her with a baseball bat 28 times. it's terrible. the point is that every community sadly now can point to an episode of ms-13 and say it has got to stop. ed: if there is good news nancy pelosi has a solution. she says don't worry about all of this. i have an idea. we don't need a wall. watch. >> let's sit down and talk this through and see what makes sense not some commitment to a promise we are going to build a wall and mexico is going to pay for it that's never going to happen. but let's talk about where a more serious structure might be necessary. where fencing might do. where mowing the grass so people can't be smuggled
through the grass. and that's -- rachel: mowing the lawn. that will help. griff: going to get carl from caddie shack and fix the immigration. rachel: this is why the american people do not trust the democrats when it comes to securing the border. i mean, this is ridiculous. people actually really do trust that donald trump is going to secure the border. and this week he actually said that daca, which is part of his plan, you know, secure the border and get daca, he said daca is a republican plan. that the democrats have stopped calling him about it. and so we will see what happens. ed: come up with compassion and tightening the border he might have a winning forum in the midterm. rachel: coming up, how do parents -- how do we parent parents. ed: our kids. rachel: sorry i was reading that wrong. how do we parent our kids in an everchanging digital
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2019. the may 14th move coincides with israel's independence day. ed: all right. brand new documentary produced by kirk cammeron set to hit theaters next week. rachel: delves into how kids equip their kids with dangerings online. >> constant reinforcement, pings, tings, new friends. >> influences of mass media, social media. >> it's as new to us as it is to our kids. there are so many choices. >> call me like fatty, you are so dumb. the words they start giving you is the words you believe. >> here with more on the documentary connect is actor, producer, and father of six and all around unbelievably talented guy kirk cammeron. kirtell us about it? >> i made brand new
documentary connect real help for parenting kids in a social media world. my wife and i have six children. five of them are teenagers. if you have kids who use technology, i don't need to convince you that there are dangers involved with that and that there is a huge concern for all of us because we're -- we understand we are pioneer parents. no generation of parents has ever grown up with their children on instagram and snapchat. rachel: you say giving kids technology is like giving them a sports car. what do you mean by that. >> i would never give my 10-year-old the car keys and say have a great time yet, some of our parents are not quite familiar with technology with regard to social media and give our kids phones and devices with internet connections that is more dangerous long term than a car at an age that's too young for them. so what i want to do is not be doing damage control as a parent. i want to get in front of it. understand it i interviewed experts and i am putting together an experience for parents that will help educate them and empower them to protect their kids
and then be in relationship with them so that together they can learn how to navigate the waters of social media technology. ed: kurt there may be another dynamic of this dr. . >> like at their age. technology is rewiring their brain. it's what they are doing in their spare time. it's not their fault. it's not your fault you are impatient because of google and the click of the mouse or the g.p.s. or the dvr. all of this kind of thing. but it doesn't make it an excuse and. it's not excuse to be disobedient. what about this notion literally rewiring our children's brains? this idea the world revolves around our kids. think about the internet and social media. it does. it's all about you and what you want.
we shouldn't be surprised when our kids are coming and going what are my options and choices. that's not what i want. do it the way i like. as parents we have an opportunity while we have our children four home, we only get to raise them once, to be in deep connected fully present relationships with them and understand the tools that we have to be able to help them be successful as adults. rachel: it is interfering with connectedness in families. it's also rewiring the way kids -- they don't read social cues as much. they don't even talk on the phone. i just they they are losing so much. because they will be with a friend and just text with them right there kirk kirk you are absolutely right. we all see it in kitchen table and restaurant. this is interesting. i was surprised to find out even though kids are supposedly more connected than ever before with more followers and friends. experts are saying this is the loneliest generation ever. griff: kirk, if you don't mind my 16-year-old daughter when i tell her to put it down so we can eat dinner and if she doesn't i'm going to have you call her. >> call me.
ed: just text her. >> i'm the bad guy. ed: link to the ticket visit connect movie.com. appreciate you coming in. rachel: such an important topic. appreciate you coming in. griff: coming up. what president george w. bush just revealed about his relationship with reverend billy graham that he has never talked about before. ed: we all know how nancy pelosi feels about the president's tax cuts. but let's remind you one more time. >> the crumbs that they are giving, bowl of doggy do. >> unpatriotic. >> this tax scam. ed: anthony scaramucci is dying to weigh in on those crumbs. is he live next. rachel: the mooch. ♪ ♪
♪ >> we've passed massive, biggest in history, tax cuts and reforms. it was called the tax act, tax cut act and jobs. we had to add jobs into it because we are picking up tremendous number of jobs. 2.7 million jobs. and we've, at the same time, eliminated a record number of job killing regulations and people are going back to work. no president has ever cut so
many regulations in their entire term. we have got seven years to go, folks. you know. we got a long time to go. griff: second time to speak as sitting president president donald trump just bringing the house down there. rachel: absolutely. griff: weighing in how a man who knows him well scaramucci. ed: great speech. someone in the white house listen to it twice. great speech. rachel: i love the antidote he gave the business as usual political talking people in the congress and whatever said, hey, you should just name it tax reform. why am i going to call it tax reform. it's tax cuts and jobs. he is just sort of so plain spoken and so refreshing and new. >> well, i mean, all of that and so much more. right? i mean, you guys have been playing it all morning which i'm laughing about bald spot on the back that he is trying to cover up. rachel: that's awesome. >> that's the president we all know.
that's the president from new york. that's the president that was there for the firefighters on 9/11. that's the president that has written the charity checks to the marine families. where there has been a fallen hero. that's the president that people down deep in their gut they really really like. ed: revealing something about the hair up there. >> look, i have to confess, i have studied that hair. griff: your own hair i'm looking at. how is he doing that? >> one of the things i got to do in the white house was hire a hair and makeup specialist. she is still there. i'm not. >> she is taking pictures of herself in the rose garden and i'm here trapped in new york. >> this is armageddon. in terms of the bonus that corporate america received, versus the crumbs that they are giving. >> you are doing a grave disservice to our country.
>> unpatriotic. >> unpatriotic. >> tax scam that gives 83% of the benefits to the top 1% in our country. how could that be? >> anthony she said it's going to be armageddon. could it be ar armageddon for democrats in the mid terms on this. >> unfortunate that some of these people in washington don't understand the economic system. don't understand the system. i'm so glad the president won. if you look at steve new mnuchil ryan did made the country so competitive. by cutting it from 35 to 21. she is describing as crumbs. rachel got to right. it's tax cuts and jobs and it's real disposable income in real families. $2,00$2,000 is a meaningful number. people coming back into the united states with capital equipment and capital investment that's going to grow the country's
footprint. griff: your opinion then, democrats have the edge. >> let's be serious here. and the president took a risk, that most politicians don't which is in that speech at cpac he rallied the base saying don't be complacent and admitted, listen, we can't be soft now. he also has actual, tangible things to run on. is it your sense that president trump, trump being trump, is the best chance of not getting knocked out. >> i love the fact that you are saying that the democrats have the edge. i want the democrats it to think they have the edge. here is the thing about the president, even if he had the edge, he plays like that combative fighting under dog. that's the position you always want to be in life. you don't want to be complacent. you don't want to take anything for granted. i really do believe we are going to keep the house and senate for so many different reasons. but the main one, when some historian writes about it, it will be the president's plan, the implementation of the tax cut, the implementation of the ideas that are getting america restarted and america
growing again. i am very hopeful, griff, that they think they have the edge the way you do. griff: i don't think that. >> i want them to think that you have the edge. rachel: at what point do democrats lose credibility. not one of them voted for it. and they all said you are not -- this is only for the rich. and you are never going to get anything. and then after people got it, they said it's just crumbs and people are looking at their paychecks going this is not crumbs. this is $1,000. don't they just lose so much credibility? >> it's a problem because what happens not only do they lose credibility. they are inside that little echo chamber. they are inside that elite system of confirmed biases. i was in cleveland, ohio the other night. i was campaigning for christina hagan who i hope she wins that primary. she is a big trump supporter. when you are out there and you are talking to real people like just regular people, they are so grateful for the economic change. they are so grateful for the new sense of optimism. they are so grateful for the idea that their kids are
going to do better than they did. there has been a period of time here. probably 10 or 15 years. where people were worried about that anxiety. are my kids actually going to do better than me? the president has brought that dream back to american families. that's why i think. rachel: it's so true. >> narrative despite all the media nonsense. rachel: i remember my husband doing town halls asking that very question you asked and everybody raised their hand when they said do you think your kids are going to do worse than did you? and everyone would raise their hand. i don't think feel that way anymore. >> they don't. that's very, very good news. particularly in the area, the people that i grew up with don't feel that way at all. by the way, we live here in new york. it's always like yeah, i really did support the president. oh, yeah, i supported the president. ed: anthony scaramucci covering the mid terms. a little hair thrown in there you cover everything. >> this is all real. this is an italian chia pet. i don't know what the president is doing, but if i have to start doing it, i promise i'm going to start
going in that direction. griff: great stuff. thank you for coming. in. rachel: thanks, anthony. now to your headlines. disturbing new numbers as the flu virus takes more lives. 13 more kids died last week from flu-related symptoms. this flu season is the worst in more than a decade. killing 97 children in total so far. terrible to even read that headline. you are not out of the woods yet. but cdc officials say weekly hospitalizations and death rates are declining. george w. bush sharing a written tribute to billy graham, the 43rd president writing in part, quote: his care and his teachings were the real beginnings of my faith walk and the start of the end of my drinking. i could not have given up alcohol on my own. this morning, a motorcade carrying the body of america's pastor will depart from asheville to the billy graham library in his hometown of charlotte. a public viewing will be held there monday and tuesday. graham will then lie in honor for two days at the u.s. capitol. his funeral is on friday in
charlotte. they called him their four-legged angel. a german shepherd is shot three times while protecting his owners during a home invasion. >> my dog cried after each shot. worst thing i ever seen. i just want to thank my dog. if it wasn't for him i feel like i wouldn't be standing here right now. rachel: rex the dog coming to his rescue after burglars broke into his home iowa. the teen hiding in closet called 911. police taking off once they heard sirens. he was shot in the neck and hind legs: no arrests have been made. griff: i hope they make arrests. tear jerker that one. ed: president trump putting the blame on democrats for daca: griff: before president trump spoke at cpac. i got to check out the exhibit hall. i will take you on a tour.
you don't want to miss it. ed: exclusive, exclusive. griff: can i have the hat? >> for $25 for trump 2020. griff: she drives a hard bargain. capitalism is alive. ♪ no, please, please, oh! ♪ (shrieks in terror) (heavy breathing and snorting) no, no. the running of the bulldogs? surprising. what's not surprising? how much money aleia saved by switching to geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
si >> the democrats are being totally unresponse si they don't want to do anything about daca: you better elect more republicans, folks. or it will never happen. ed: president trump making his case at cpac yesterday making it clear who he believes should be blamed when it comes to the daca debate. rachel: why won't democrats come to the table to get something done? griff: here with her reaction republican candidate for the u.s. senate dr. kelli ward. dr. ward, it's good to see you. i got to hang out with you a little bit at cpac. what do you make at what we
saw at cpac. >> hey, guys, it's great to be with you. you know i think the president offered the democrats an extremely generous deal on daca. and i think it was really a starting point for negotiations. and they have completely and totally refused to come to the table. and i think they have really shown their true colors that they really aren't for the daca population. the dreamer population. they are really out there for political gain. griff: dr. ward, let me put you to task. you said some of the conservatives were not happy with this idea of 1.8 million getting a path to citizenship. >> oh, i think that that's a big stumbling point. because we have to do this in the right order. we have to learn from our mistakes. back in 1986, ronald reagan granted amnesty and then he trusted congress to deliver on border security. and it didn't happen then and it didn't happen now. so we have got to do this in a very thoughtful way so that we are not causing harm. people aren't opposed to a
temporary stay for the daca population so that they can work and they can go to school while they are continuing to be vetted as we do five things. fund and build the wall. eliminate the diversity lotto, end chain migration. defund sanctuary cities and make sure that we implement some accountability measures like everify. once we do those things, then we can begin the debate about what to permanently do about this population that barack obama and the parents of these kids who brought them here against our laws put these people in. rachel: doctor, you are running in the arizona senate primary right now. you are being backed by bannon. by steve bannon. your opponent is being supported by mitch mcconnell. tell me why you think you're in a better spot to take on kristin cinema, who is supposed to be the democrat candidate in that race. she is very-well funded. comes across as a centrist, a very attractive candidate; one of the most attractive caen democrats that the democrats have. >> kristin is very well
known as being a very left leaning progressive radical democrat. hand picked by barack obama to force obamacare on the people of arizona. i will tell you that we are very well suited and well positioned to be the -- be known as the thoughtful, conservative leader with a proven track record that can do the job in washington, d.c. you know, i'm backed by so many people. people like laura ingraham and sean hannity. and mark levin and senator rand paul. he came out last week and it was an amazing event. we need constitutional conservative republicans. griff: we appreciate you coming in today. we will have you back soon. >> it's great to be with you guys. ed: president trump hitting a wide range of topics in that powerful cpac speech, including faith. >> in america we don't worship government. we worship god. [applause]
ed: what do voters think of that? the brand new dials are out and just ahead. rachel: speaking of cpac. we let griff loose in the exhibit hall and he gives us a behind the scenes look coming up next. ♪ ♪ -right away, i could tell his priorities were a little unorthodox. -keep going. stop. a little bit down. stop. back up again. is this adequate sunlight for a komodo dragon? -yeah. -sure, i want that discount on car insurance just for owning a home, but i'm not compromising. -you're taking a shower? -water pressure's crucial, scott! it's like they say -- location, location, koi pond. -they don't say that.
♪ griff: it's not all speeches at cpac it's also an exhibit hall. we took the cameras for you to have a little look. >> this is the exhibit hall, perhaps the best kept secret of cpac. it's where you get to meet all sorts of interesting people and get free things. get your america on. let's go. >> so this is the facebook help desk. i'm a russian bot.
>> can i help you use facebook to help you talk to voters. as long as you are not a russian bot. griff: i have no idea who he is. i hope he doesn't miss it. did i screw you up? putt for the dough. i learned that somewhere. >> yes. yes. >> he takes it -- good job, jeremy. griff: what do we want? i want to drain it. swap this out, here we go. what was that? [laughter] i quit. that's ollie. i know that guy. >> katie, we are at the leadership institute booth. you have a pong game. i want to play. can i play? >> yeah, of course you can.
>> that didn't go so well. oh my god: we seriously. we have to get this. look, i won. that was great. bye. man, this cpac thing is fun. but it's a lot of work. i got to sit down. this works. and you are working here at the g.o.p. store. >> i am, yes. yes. we are selling all official trump store merchandise here. griff: what's top selling. >> the top selling is classic mega. i like women for trump shirt. griff: can i have the hat? >> for $25 for trump 2020. griff: she drives a hard bargain. capitalism is alive. can't quite put my finger on it. but i feel like i have seen him from somewhere. hi, what's your name, sir? >> george washington.
griff: i knew it i have been waiting 200 years to ask you this. was it tough crossing the delaware? >> yes, it was. but we made it and we won and the world changing victory on that raid. and it was a great blessing. he was a gift of god. griff: thank you very much. >> yes, indeed. thank you so much. ed: we review this first. good guy. can't putt, he can't talk his way for free hat. right? i mean, he can't win at anything except like maybe beer pong is what it sounded like. griff: i didn't even win at that. rachel: cpac, the time that i went, i was really surprised how young everybody is. griff: more than half of cpac is made up of youngsters. that's why they have these fun exhibit halls because it atax it and you can buy political buttons. it's a place to really bring some fun as well as a serious speeches. i don't know why they didn't let george washington speak up there on the stage.
rachel: teaching young people how to be activist. ed: people are saying the republican party is dying. the youth is not just at cpac but this is one of the places. rachel: pro-life march, cpac. you see the movement is a lot younger than the media. griff: i'm interviewing a guy that couldn't have been over 20, 22, maybe younger. is he wearing a reagan, bush 180 hat. i said where did you get that hat? rachel: probably his dad. ed: kind of cool and retro. spice things up. griff: ronald reagan who spoke 13 times at that he knew the power of that place. he knew that it was always going to be the young people. if you could motivate the young people, then it would continue to have a legacy. ed: that's why we sent our youngest, buffest guy there speaking of young buff guys, geraldo rivera is coming up. he is our biggest at the top of the hour. coming up. don't miss it. griff: there he is ♪ you won't believe it ♪ as soon as you see this is
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>> president trump gave a political speech the broader message he's trying to rally. president trump: people get complacent. don't be complacent. >> the conservatives at cpac yesterday are behind this president, they're rallying and they understand what's at stake in november. >> breaking overnight, four broward county deputies reportedly waited outside the school while the gunman opened fire. president trump: the democrats are being totally unresponsive. they don't want to do anything about daca. frankly you better elect more republicans folks or it will never happen. rachel: paul manafort maintaining his innocence as he's hit by new charges with the special counsel and also blasting his former partner rick gates for pleading guilty. >> it means absolutely nothing for making a case about collusion with russia. president trump: you don't mind if i go off script a little bit?
>> [applause] >> [cheering ] president trump: try like hell to hide that bald spot folks hanging in there. >> that's the president we all know the president that people down deep in their gut they really really like. >> ♪ baby it's all right now ♪ ♪ ed: that's the song they pick? rachel: he's mad, he lost his taylor swift. griff: we're being tied on the taylor swift apparently we only get it once an hour. ed: once a show. griff: right. ed: maybe tomorrow we can look forward to more t-swift. griff: hopefully that happens. rachel: write our producers and let them know. anyway we have a busy day today. ed: overnight there was really a disturbing report this update on the deadly school shooting in parkland florida, we're learning
not just one but four broward county deputies waited outside the school while the gunman opened fire of course inside that school tragically taking 17 lives. now this is according to a report by cnn. sources familiar with the coral springs police department and another jurisdiction their officers ran inside the building , did what they were trained to do to try and stop the shooter and eventually bring him down. again this according to cnn. griff: meanwhile more details are out about the tip that the fbi failed to investigate the wall street journal reporting the anonymous woman called the agency more than a month before the shooting saying she neared nikolas cruz would "get into a school and just shoot the place up." i know he's going to explode. ed: and this is when you think about how this narrative has gone and the most important part of it is the tragic while facts are changing and we've got to stick with facts and not rhetoric, what has not changed is is that tragically 17 people died in this tragedy but a lot
of people jump to conclusions at the beginning before the facts came in. rachel: yes we'll bring indiana geraldo because he like so many of us that are parents the more details that come in the more to quote one of the father of the slain teenagers the more pissed off we are getting. geraldo what do you think about it? geraldo: hi. it's so so very distressing, ed. you have the failure of adults, the grown ups sworn to protect these children at every level failing. you have the 911 calls about this kid that were repeated and increasingly urgent and totally ignored, or if the cops went to the house they didn't find sufficient cause to act and then the fbi dropping those two very credible tips and now this, and how you had the school resource officer, the armed and specifically-assigned deputy,
broward deputy scott peterson based outside the school he doesn't go in when the firing starts and now you have you've been referencing that if true is even more alarming the first three broward deputies on the scene, they had scott peterson outside the next three broward deputies come and they also draw their weapons and take cover behind a cement barricade. it really, you know, ever since columbine, ever since 1999, the drill is if a cop hears an active shooter inside a school knowing how vulnerable the children are, knowing how scant the window of opportunity to stop the shooter, the ethos is to rush in, go in, figure out what's happening later but get to the scene, don't stay outside and be most concerned about your own safety. save the children and then there's not only stopping the active shooter, there's also kids bleeding out. rachel: right. geraldo with a weapon like an ar
-15 the high velocity rounds hitting these kids the president described the wounds he saw in the hospital their arms were torn off they're bleeding out. a minute is life and death in this case. rachel: geraldo you saw the cnn town hall. in that town hall sheriff israel was very quick to point that marco rubio and dana lash at the nra and yet he sat there knowing what we now know his own officer s did not do. geraldo you know, i've been working with the broward since the 80s. i did a program called america in vice with them i know the department very well. this is a disappointment to me. i think that when the analysis is done of the combat performance of the broward sheriff's department in this case it will be we fully viewed by even objective observers. this was pathetic by all
accounts. this was not, you know, we've been, you know, so accustomed to hearing how our gi's or our first responders grab the flag and charge into the action where they go into the rubble or they go into the fire, their firefighters do. this seems the opposite. this seems, you know, coffee and doughnut kind of department, more used to just getting by and piling up overtime and not really risking an awful lot. here 17 of the most fragile constituents of these cops parished at the hand of a lunatic kid gone crazy it's just very very distressing. griff: geraldo president trump weighed in at cpac talking about the nra and background checks. take a listen to what he had to say. president trump: there's nobody that loves the second amendment more than i do and there's nobody that respects the nra. they're friends of mine they backed us all they're great
people but the great people but we really do have to strengthen up, really strengthen up background checks. we have to do that. >> [applause] ed: geraldo what do you think about what he's saying there? geraldo: well i think he's absolutely right. here is a kid, i mean how does this kid whose lost his parents whose the subject of all these 911 calls and all these fbi tips and still he can go and go buy a gun. it just doesn't make any sense. you know, they look and see if he has a criminal record. no criminal record. does he have a drivers license that proves he's 18 years of age okay so you can buy an ar-15. it just doesn't make any sense . this is the second amendment gone crazy. i think the president is absolutely right about background checks but there's much more than that. i really do believe that this juvenile assault weapons ban that the president has talked about is crucially necessary. it won't eliminate the problem. it would have stopped this particular kid though and i think we've got to take small
steps and we've got to be brave and i think that the president was very brave in bringing up the raising of the age from 18 to 21 in front of the crowd at cpac. the president, let's face it he's a great speaker. he's very compelling. that crowd adores him and i think that this is the president , just like it was the unlikely nixon who opened up china, the hard line president opened up china. i think that president trump will be the president who gets meaningful reforms and stops and with the help of people like governor rick scott at the state level, i think that this will be done. they will be able to resist the overwhelming almost irresistible pressure that the nra can apply when people want to cut down on so called gun rights. ed: we're going to see if he's the person who could say look i respect and love the nra and love and respect the second amendment but i want sensible reforms here whether he's the leader that can bridge that divide but the other question
now on another big issue he talked about is immigration geraldo and here is what he said at cpac about trying to bring together these factions. president trump: the senate democrats and the house democrat s have totally abandoned daca. they don't even talk to me about it. they've totally abandoned it. it is republican because we want to do something about daca get it solved. the democrats are being totally unresponsive. they don't want to do anything about daca. i'm telling you, and it's very possible that daca won't happen and it's not because of the republicans. it's because of the democrats and frankly, you better elect more republicans, folks, or it will never happen. rachel: geraldo i love how he's reframing this to tell the truth that is republicans who want daca and not liberals. you spoke with the president last week about this issue. geraldo: there were two thins the president wanted to talk
about at our dinner at mar-a-lago last saturday night, a week ago today. one was gun control and the response the appropriate response to what happened in the parkland massacre and the other was daca. the other was immigration and he is and expressed to me how frustrated he was with chuck schumer and the democrats in terms of negotiation. what i suggested and this is me speaking now not the president, what i suggested is rather than having an omnibus kind of approach to this negotiation with the dream act kids and you know remember he wanted a four- prong system wanted an end to chain immigration, he wanted e-verify and other strengthening and then he also said that he wanted the wall obviously and then in exchange to that he would give 1.8 million daca kids a pathway to citizenship. i said mr. president make it simple. just get your wall which was the central tenant of your entire campaign, the voila long the southern border, get the $25 billion in a trust fund over
five years whatever it is you guys negotiate that, so it's the wall and now, give the 1.8 kids a reprieve. keep it simple and is there anyone you can talk to about it, he took it as he did the age limitation on weapons he took it under advisement. i wouldn't be surprised despite his harsh tones at cpac that next week, you see a simplified strip down, a skinny daca compromise because we are running out of time. rachel: that's true, but geraldo if you don't close those other loopholes you'll have another daca wave every seven years. thanks for your insight straight from the president's conversation with you, bright to our viewers thanks a lot geraldo turning now to your headlines. an armed woman is behind bars after ramming her van into a security barrier at the white house. the secret service paying jessica ford was carrying a pistol when she intentionally did the act. they've arrested ford twice before trying to climb the white
house fence in 2017. police believe she could be mentally ill. at the time the president was finishing up a press conference at the white house with australian prime minister. later tweeting, thank you, to the great men and women of the united states secret service for a job well done. a former nfl player detained by police after posting this disturbing photo. the image posted by jonathan martin showing a gun, amo, and the names of former teammates and his high school which was forced to close when the post went public. the los angeles private school will reopen on monday. martin has reportedly been released from custody and it's unclear if he'll face charges. in 2013 the nfl ruled that martin was harassed by his miami dolphins teammates. turning to extreme weather terential rain expected to slam the south and midwest where tens of millions of people are already under flood watches for the weekend. dangerous rising waters in louisville, kentucky, officials expecting the ohio river to
crest at nearly 35 feet the second highest level in 50 years , and in chicago, authorities rescuing a horse after its barn flooded. the crew eventually got the pony to safety and those are your headlines. griff: so the horse got out, good. coming up, if former president obama gives a speech but the press can't report what he said did it actually happen? ed: and conservatives pack into cpac for day 3. we'll take you there where the action is just heating up, next. >> ♪ ♪ today, a focus on innovation in the southern tier is helping build the new new york. starting with advanced manufacturing that brings big ideas to life. and cutting-edge transportation development to connect those ideas to the world. along with urban redevelopment projects worthy of the world's top talent. all across new york state,
nationwide wrestle with what kind of gun reform or changes to gun laws they might be comfortable with, president trump came to cpac to try to reassure them that things like beefing up background checks or raising the minimum age to buy a rifle should not be seen or interpreted as a gun grab. president trump: most of it's just common sense. it's not do you love guns, do you hate guns? it's common sense. >> [applause] president trump: it's all common sense and some of the strongest advocates about what i'm saying are the strongest advocates i know them very well. political people, the strongest advocates for the second amendment. >> the mostly college-aged crowd at cpac was mostly on their feet for the president's entire speech which officials to us was only going to make news regarding north korea but of course that would have only been if you would have stuck to the script. president trump: i don't know how he could have done any
better. >> he literally had a prepared speech with which they had thought through and he just totally gave a nearly ex tell rain just speech it was off the cuff and from his heart. >> on stage today at cpac, omb director mick mulvaney, the man who killed osama bin laden, rob o'neill, devon nunes the intel committee chairman, judicial watch chairman tom fiff on, and former white house advisor sebastian gorka and today is also the day we'll find out the results of the cpac straw poll that's what these folks are voting on right now and unlike years past where there's a democrat in the white house and they're picking their conservative presidential preference, they are instead voting on issues things like immigration and also the filibuster rule whether or not the senate should change the minimum requirement to pass a legislation out of the upper chamber from 60 down to 51, so that's what's happening on the ipads here in the hallway.
all the action though this afternoon will be back in the big ball room in new york. rachel: it's good it's in the of noon peter it looks a little quiet i think those kids are a little hung over right now. ed: no. rachel: possible? >> most of the college republicans are just starting to trickle in. ed: peter doocy for the record has been on the job for a couple of hours. griff: well done, peter. rachel: all right still ahead, forget man's best friend how about man's life saver? how this brave german shepherd saved his owners. griff: and what did voters think about president trump's speech at cpac? the brand new dials, that's coming up. president trump: i try like hell to hide that bald spot. doesn't look bad, hey we're hanging in. your brain changes as you get older. but prevagen helps your brain with an ingredient originally discovered... in jellyfish. in clinical trials, prevagen has been shown to improve short-term memory. prevagen. the name to remember.
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ed: quick headlines this morning starting with a fox news alert. eyes is claiming responsibility for a deadly suicide bombing near the u.s. embassy in afghanistan the blast killing at least two people injuring seven in a diplomatic area near nato headquarters in kabul. in a separate incident at least 18 afghan soldiers were killed when their checkpoint came under attack by the taliban and captured isis fighters could bring closure to caleb mueller's family the american aid worker was kidnapped by the terror group in syria back in 2013. this was heartbreaking. she died two years later. her remains have never been found. two of the four british jihadis nicknamed beatles claim they know where her body is buried and they're also believed to have tortured her. rachel? rachel: thanks, ed. president trump speaking at the conservative political action conference on a number of issues including immigration, gun control and healthcare. let's get the pulse of the
people on the president's big cpac moment. lee carter is a polster and president and she joins us now to break it down. so we're going to show a clip this is actually one of my favorite sound bites from his campaign trail this one about faith. president trump: above all else we know that faith and family, not government and bureaucracy are at the center of american life, we know that. >> [applause] president trump: because in america, we don't worship government. we worship god. >> you know, this was one of his most memorable moments of this speech but also from the campaign trail. you saw republicans gave this an a plus independent to b plus and even democrats gave this a c, and that was fascinating because the democrats don't often give him much more than a c, and this is a subtle dig at the democrats philosophy so i thought it was fas nateing and shows on who the side of the american people.
rachel: even democrats like god. >> that's right. rachel: we've got polls on that so the other thing he talked about was arming teachers in the classroom. take a look. president trump: these teachers, and i've seen them, at a lot of schools where they had problems these teach turpitudes love their students and the students love their teachers, and these teachers are talented with weaponry and with guns, and that's, they feel safe and i'd rather have somebody that loves their students and wants to protect their students than somebody standing outside that doesn't know anybody and doesn't know the students and frankly, for whatever reason, decided not to go in even though he heard lots of shots being fired inside >> so you can see the republican s gave this an a minus independent to c and democrats an f. what was very notable there was everybody was on the side of the
teachers but as soon as he said some of these teachers are very talented with weaponry and with guns you saw that dial take a nose dive and part of the reason is that people are saying look i don't want to give teachers any more responsibility i want them to be teaching my kids let's figure out how to keep them safe separately but i think that the point of this is being missed what he was trying to say is that listen if teachers want to carry weapons and keep students safe they should be able to. that's not what's coming across and really turning off independence and democrats. rachel: he needs to cleanup that messaging for sure. so here is another clip this one talking about a compassionate culture. president trump: we also need to create a culture in our country that cherishes life and human dignity. that's part of what we're talking about a culture that condemns violence and never glorifies violence. >> [applause] president trump: we need to force real human connections and turn classmates and colleagues into friends and neighbors that want to fight for us. >> this was a really really
interesting moment republicans gave this an a, independence a b , and again democrats a c. but a lot of democrats said they liked this, the issue is a beautiful message but not saying much of anything and what people really want to hear is the action. people want to say what are we going to do they want to hear tangible steps moving forward while they agree with this in principle what will we do about it? rachel: as a conservative what i hear is that dignity of life and that is a conservative message. so this was a really great light -hearted moment, a lot of people's favorite moment of his speech take a look at this president trump: what a nice picture that is. i'd love to watch that guy speak i try like hell to hide that bald spot. doesn't look bad, hey we're hanging in. >> [laughter] you gotta love this so the dials were slow to react but you can see republicans and independence gave this an a, while democrats gave it a c minus and they just don't like the president even when he's being funny and republicans and independence
were like i love the fact he can make fun of that and really just lean into everybody criticizing his hair. rachel: he seems so likable maybe what the democrats don't like is that he was likable who knows i know we can't psychoanalyze these numbers, but very interesting. thanks for joining us, a lot of insight as always. coming up, the debate over guns has been front and center after the florida massacre, politicians have their ideas but what about every day americans? we have a town hall panel for a very important discussion coming up next. and, president obama is keeping his latest speech a secret, so what's not so secret any more. how much his public library is going to cost taxpayers. that's not a secret. >> ♪ ♪ ♪ are you reluctant to eat in public because of your denture? try super poligrip® not only does it hold for 12 hours
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>> legislation can't just feel good. ladies and gentlemen has to do good and what this president wants is to keep our children safe. this president means what he says he's made promises and he's kept promises because business as usual in washington d.c. is over, people can rest assured that if they're concerned and they think nothings going to get donald this is going to get swept under the rug like it has in the past not with this president something will get accomplished and kids will be safer in school because the president will put forth common sense legislation that gets it done.
griff: that's deputy white house press secretary earlier on fox & friends talking about getting congress to act on gun legislation, we're back with our panel, kesha, vincent hill, dr. dianne hess, and kevin kelly a group of experts from attorneys to police officers to professors. guys i don't think of you would disagree that more must be donald all across the country families sitting down over the dinner table talking about what should be done, what actions must be taken and i want to open it up to you. what should be done? who wants that? >> well i would say definitely we need more gun control laws instead of focusing on the money that politicians receive from the national rifle association and the money the national rifle association makes by producing so many guns and having so many guns in the country we need to focus on these lives that are being lost and there shouldn't be people shouldn't be allowed to possess semi-automatic rifles if they're not combative in a
soldier, or military or police force so i think those types of restrictions need to be in place griff: vincent you're a police officer what do you say about that? >> yeah, so i think we can all agree that something must be done but i don't think focusing so much on gun control is the answer. we need to start training people more of how to deal with this how to react to it faster because at the end of the day if i get dispatched to a shooting i still have to respond and while i'm responding, lives are being lost so we need to start teaching how to react how to react faster and how to deal with the threat. ed: do you want to weigh in? >> i agree but i do not think they're mutually exclusive. i think that we know gun control woks and other countries have done it in australia banned assault weapons and had gun buy- outs by the government and bought the guns back they have no more school shootings since the last school shooting was in i think 1999. we have a law that congress passed in 1996 prohibiting the cdc from studying gun violence in our country.
$1.6 billion goes into traffic research, motor vehicle accidents only in the last 10 years and only $10 million has gone into gun violence. these ak-15s rip apart children. they cannot be saved. if a bullet from an ak-15 hits your liver it's incinerated. the radiologist from florida wrote an article this week about the damage these rapid semi- automatic and automatic assault weapons do. these people cannot be saved. it's not like being hit with a gun or bullet from a revolver. your organs are being taken out and nobody should fear going to school because they are killed that's how i feel. ed: but you can buy an automatic weapon, kevin you're nodding your head what do you want to say? >> yeah, i think the issue we look at is we need to look towards our own communities and they are the first responders in regards to enacting laws what's best for their communities so if we look at rural communities, they may not have first responders be able to respond within 30 minutes so as the
president has alluded to, maybe we can act programs where some teachers may become marshals, we've seen deployed in texas. i don't want to inhibit communities from their choices and their options, listen the federal government cannot have a one-size-fits-all solution for this problem especially look at what's happening south side of chicago and a mass shooting where there are thousands of mothers that have lost their children over the years and we need to figure out solutions in our own communities. griff: you're a political science professor but if you could simply go to congress and talk to those politicians what would you say to them? >> what i would say is what our research clearly shows which is that any time this debate is gun control and you find a liberal attack on the second amendment right the policy goes nowhere so we have to refrain the debate. its got to be an issue of public safety. how best to allow guns to stay in the communities in a safe way and we do know that there are other countries following up on what doctor said which have exactly the same level of guns
but far fewer violence. we have to take a lesson from that. we do have to do a lot more research but we have to refrain the debate. you need to look at it in the same way we did automobile safety. there are common sense reforms from universal background check and other things that can be donald i'm hopeful more than i have been in the past after these shootings in part because of the young people who have been out there but also in part because the president and the congress are less threatening to gun owners than the obama administration was and i think that maybe a way to move forward griff: okay then let's have a show of hands who believes that something, congress is going to pass something this year and do something? raise your hand. >> i'm hopeful but i think it's incremental. griff: but why, why does that happen? >> look at happened in florida this week didn't they vote down gun control right after the shooting? i mean you'd think that that state would be outraged and they voted it down so i'm not so hopeful. i wish i could be. griff: very quickly -- >> and my point is mainly it's
about money and whose making money off these weapons and the focus is on that instead of human lives being saved. griff: it's an important debate, panel thank you very much and everyone agrees, something must be done. more must be done to keep our kids safe thank you for joining us this morning. rachel? rachel: thank you, griff. turn together your headlines, paul manafort maintaining his innocence as he's hit with new charges by the special counsel, trump's former campaign manager now accused of secretly paying european leaders to lobby for pro-russian groups in the ukraine. manafort also ripping his former partner rick gates for pleading guilty and the former campaign aid admitting to conspiracy and lying to federal investigators and manafort says gates lacked the strength to fight the allegations. a texas deputy barely escaping death for the second time in as many weeks. just getting out of the way when a driver sped off during a traffic stop. the suspect got away after deputies called off a per suit because of slick road conditions
two weeks earlier, horseman was dragged by a runaway driver he however was arrested. she was not seriously hurt in either incident. wow lucky lady. attendees of a speech by former president obama are silent. media and guests at last night's address in boston told not to report on the event discussing his presidency and what is next in his life. according to the boston globe, those violating the requests were subject to removal and restrictions on future events, but no secret here. we've learned now how much obama 's presidential library will cost taxpayers. city officials estimating $175 million will be needed for infrastructure. and they call him their four- legged angel a german shepherd is shot three times while protecting his owner during a home invasion. >> my dog cries after each shot, it's the worst thing i've ever seen. i just want to thank my dog.
rachel: rex the dog coming to the rescue after burglars broke into his home in washington state. the teen hiding in a closet called 911 and the intruders taking off once they heard police sirens. rex was shot in the tech and hin d legs and now recovering. no arrests have been made. ed: hero. rachel: and those are your headlines. yes, hero dog. ed: well this is something i've been waiting for all morning pieces of baseball and american history right in the studio. the contracts signed by jackie robinson, he broke baseball's color barrier. these contracts could be yours, you're not going to want to this miss story. griff: president trump painting a positive economic picture in his cpac speech. president trump: the stock market i just see with all of the ups and downs since election day is up 37%. griff: so how is a conservative base responding?
surprising. what's not surprising? how much money sean saved by switching to geico. big man with a horn. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. president trump: the stock market i just see with all of the ups and downs since election day is up 37% from election. 37%. it was up a hundred up 200 up 1000 up 150, up 90, up 63, i said good that's better. we've got seven years to go folks, you know? we've got a long time to go. >> [applause] griff: president trump painting a positive economic picture in yesterday's cpac speech. rachel: so how does the conservative base react to this message? ed: joining us is neil cavuto host of cavuto live after us the man with the money. neil what do you think about the speech?
neil: it's funny because it was his first opportunity ed as you know to talk about those wild disruptions in the market because he's right. prior to that we were going up up and away and a lot of people said he would have to eat his words with the correction and some feared a lot worse. i did get a kick out of him saying he's been waiting for it to go down and hoping that it would but look, i mean it was a good way to deal with it and the volatility that's there by putting a spin on it like giving seven years, see what happens, obviously looking at a second term there. it was ronald reagan as you know who famously said after the 87 crash judge me after all eight years and the market was higher than when he came in. ed: so the dow closed way up yesterday for the week and as you say this fluctuation you can't base it on one day or one week but we've heard so much of the geniuses who said that president trump couldn't get elected in the first place republicans are going to take a bath because of historical trends and they are heading into political headwinds in these midterms so let's not hide that fact, however because of what you just said not just with the
markets but republicans getting things done like tax cuts maybe immigration and infrastructure coming up big maybe underline that word, could they push back on those headwinds and put this coalition of elected donald trump in 2016 back together in 2018 to at least maybe fight to a draw? neil: you know, it's interesting what i think what's been the problem with the markets is the good news for the economy and the fact that that is what's prompting this, you know, backup in interest rates. that's what brought concerns about whether the federal reserve will intervene and that we're responding to good news so that's good. the battle i think in this on again and off again sort of, you know, struggle, is whether the good news is just good news or the good news could be bad news and then at least higher rates and offsets all of the advantages we've seen from lower tax rates it's too early to tell but generally markets are quite easily in an increasing rate
environment as long as they don't go too high so i think what's the conundrum for the financial community is we know rates are going up we know this news good and we know a lot of americans are getting a lot of money in their pockets even the corporate tax cuts that are being shared with millions of workers so all that's great. we're just concerned that rates not go too too high. they're going to go high, higher , certainly not back to the fears we had in the early 90 s. griff: so neil what's great is what's coming up on your show. what is it? neil: we're looking at the whole fallout, not only in the markets we've made up bottom line about two-thirds of the losses we had but the fall out from all these new revelations we've been getting and you've been reporting on so far as well from that florida school and shooting and what authorities knew and when they knew it and now talk that three officers now in general refuse to go into the school during this shooting. there are a lot of questions being asked that we're going to
raise with a student who was there how she feels about all this was also in the white house with the president when he had that meeting that hearing as they call it just to get a gauge of what parents and students want to see. it is really, i mean if you're a parent of any one of these kids who were injured or sadly killed you're furious. ed: a lot of people want to listen to neil cavuto on what's happening to the markets, republican house conference will be there as well a lot of biggests neil thanks for coming on. griff: we've got pieces of baseball history, here in studio the contract signed by jackie robinson that broke baseball's color barrier. and they could be yours, find out how, that's coming up next. >> ♪ ♪ hey! we didn't have a homeowners claim last year so allstate is giving us money back on our bill. well, that seems fair. we didn't use it. wish we got money back on gym memberships. get money back hilarious.
ed: quick headlines for you fbi wire tap recording the university of arizona men's basketball coach discuss $100,000 payment to lock in a top high school recruit and espn reporting coach shawn miller was talking to on associate about paying de deandre aten a freshman at the school stemming from an ongoing federal investigation into corruption in college basketball and major league baseball honoring the florida shooting victims as spring training games begin. all 30 teams wearing black caps with the red sd for stoneman douglas. the miami marlins meeting with the school baseball team before their game and the caps will be auctioned off and proceeds goes to the shooting victims and their families. ed? ed: thank you a major step in the civil rights movement when jackie robinson broke the color barrier and joined major league baseball and now the contracts signed by robinson will be
auctioned off in a few days joining me now with these important pieces of american history i'm holding one of them in my hand, ken golden, founder of golden auctions, i really appreciate you coming in this sfas it nateing. i've got the contract, the first one which is the minor league contract he signed in october of 1945 and i'm looking at i believe it says hector mareno. he was the montreal baseball club signed with the montreal royals which was basically the triple a farm team for the brooklyn dodgers, and it phases about how it almost didn't happen and ricky had a moment of faith and his religious faith to move forward with this but i'm struck by 121 pepper street is the address for jackie pasadena, california. i went there to research my book and the house is no longer standing but in the pavement there is a little sign saying this is where jackie first started playing baseball right in the shadow of the rose bowl. this is just fascinating to hold this in your hands, literally. how did you get it, you're
holding the major league contracts so jackie about two years later april 15, 1947 is officially called up to brooklyn to play first base before he played second base and how did you get these and what is this all about? >> sure, well my company is golden auctions, and they were consigned to us by the owner who purchased them out of an estate about six years ago and they had been in storage for about 50-60 years which is why if you look at them the condition is so pristine. ed: it's perfect. >> it is the only, each document is the only known surviving copy and, you know, what people don't understand is this is not really a baseball document as you very well know this is american history. this is a civil rights document this is really the document, you know, the two documents that broke the color barrier and i'm glad that obviously i'm here with you because you know so much about the montreal years because a lot of people only think of the 1947 brooklyn dodgers. ed: people in montreal jackie
and his surviving wife rachel say they embraced them like americans did not. >> exactly exactly. ed: and there were very few black people in canada and yet they were wonderful to the robinson family. talk a little bit about his legacy but then what the owner wants to do, how much money they think they will raise from this auction, how people can bid, and what he or she wants to do with the money. >> sure basically the auction first of all is online right now at goldenauctions.com. it's a live action in, you know, on tuesday and you have to be registered to bid and you have to have credit approved the minimum bid for the auction is $15 million, 10% of the total proceeds are going to the jackie robinson foundation based here in new york. my company golden auctions is the auction official auction partner of the jackie robinson foundation. we hold their anniversary auctions every year and raise significant amount of money for them hopefully we raise more money than we've ever raised in our life. ed: so when jackie signed the
first one in 45 for the minor league the brooklyn trust company had a majority of the brooklyn dodgers and contracts i understand were in their vault so the owner it somehow got into their hands at some point the contract? >> as far as the contracts go there is of course a couple copies. the team keeps one and of course jackie keeps one. you know these are the only, these were in the possession of a brooklyn historian for 50-60 years and then when he passed they were in his vault. ed: this is awesome ken golden join me on tuesday i'll talk about my book as part of black history month the events at the sheen center here in new york city to get tickles tickets they will me they will put fox viewer s on the wait list. more fox & friends next. >> ♪ ♪
ed: tomorrow we've got this exclusive guest house intel chair devon nunes live with us. rachel: a big interview so make sure you tune in for that one. griff: fox & friends.com after the show show. neil: you are looking live at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland, florida where now we're learning that the deputy who failed to go after shooter nikolas cruz well he might not have been the only one our students reacting one of them who just met with president donald trump and you're looking live at this conservative combat known as cpac going on in national harbor, maryland where the president renewed calls forearming teachers and beefing up background checks, forget the nra our congressional republican s on board. house conference chair kathy rogers is here we'll ask her and you're looking live at a very foggy capitol hill where the