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you are in our prayers. we'll follow this on the fox news channel. we are not the destroy trump media. there she is, laura ingraham is standing >> laura: great show tonight. welcome to the ingraham angle. do we have a show for you tonight. msnbc saying the president is doing more damage to the country than 9/11. the man who was commissioner of the fdny during those horrific attacks is here to respond. plus newt gingrich is here. plus, his messaging advice to the g.o.p. and a follow-up, former new england patriot matt light is here to blow the whistle on how the nfl is making a mess of the
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anthem protest. but first, time to build the wall. that's the focus of tonight's angle. it's one of the president's cornerstone issues, and one he continues to invoke at rally after rally. >> and we are building a wall on the southern border which is necessary. and we will build the wall, that i can tell you. [crowd chanting] >> president trump: do not worry, we are going to build the wall. don't even think about it. >> laura: well, congress intends to put nine spending bills on the president's desk.of but there is no funding for the wall. >> we still are in favor of the wall, we want to get funding for the wall. the best time to have that discussion is after the election. >> laura: they have made a
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political calculation that funding or talk of the wall wilw spook voters before the midterms. they have convinced the president of this. here he is last week. >> president trump: we are getting the wall done, but i have had so many people, good people, great people, they rather not do it before, they rather do it after the election. they don't want to do anything to upset the apple cart. if it was up to me, i would shut down government over border security. [cheers and applause] >> laura: well, mr. president, your inclination is right.. this wall must be built. b he claims he has a commitment from mcconnell and ryan.un but if you are worried about turning out the republican base, wouldn't it make sense to talk about the wall, the need to build it now and get it done? here's what my radio listeners said. >> nobody was chanting 3% gdp.
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they were chanting build the wall. that's why people voted for this cat. >> we can afford to take care of the rest of the world and not our people. >>op begin a build the wall campaign. i have my donation ready to send in and millions of trump supporters are ready to donate, too. >> if they would do their job and do what they promised. >> laura: this is a winning issue for republicans and a necessary security measure for america. on this 9/11 anniversary, just look at what we spent to protect ourselves. according to a report, since 9/11, the u.s. has spent at least $2.8 trillion on counter terrorism. 15% of our discretionary budget goes to fund counter terrorism efforts across the government. in 2017 alone congress dedicated
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175 billion to fight terrorism. and that doesn't count for thet trillions that we spent on the wars in iraq, afghanistan and work in syria and pakistan. a brown university study estimates the total cost of all that since 9/11 through this year could be a staggering $5.6 trillion. so we lay out all this money to enforce other country's bordersr but we can't afford $20 billion to enforce and fortify our own? a porous border remains one of our greatest threats. since 2001 there have been more than 11.6 million illegal border crossings along our southern border. just the last few days, the border patrol reports that they have arrested in the united states eight ms 13 and 18th
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street gang members, some sexual predators and frustrated drug smuggling attempts at the same time. that's a few days. only one region of the border. how do these people get into our country and might a wall stop the flow of illegals who pose ao criminal and possible national security threat to our citizens? well, i disagree with the good people the president referenced earlier. now is the time to talk about the wall and to awaken citizens to the ongoing threat posed by an open border. and particularly on 9/11, we should remind people of theou horror visited upon us by five hijackers who overstayed their visas. a whole separate issue. as of 2017 we have over 700,000 people here on expired visas. that's separate from the wall.
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this is total madness. all of this. but controlling our border who comeser in and who goes out of e country should be one of our top priorities. this summer reuters found that immigration was the top issue for voters going into the midterms. if republicans want to really motivate their base to turn out and vote and win in some of those security moms in the process, give them what they want. fund the wall immediately. attach it to one of those spending bills going to the president at the end of the month. now, i know, people are worried about a government shutdown. but this isn't a small deal. if this isn't done now, mitch mcconnell, i'm telling you, if they are nott smart enough to know this at this point, they are never going to know it andl this wall will never be built. and that's the angle.
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joining us is enrique, this is a few of the facts, this is border patrol facts along our southwest border. fiscal year '17 we have had 415,000 border apprehensions. 15/44/0000, so this is what our border patrol are up against. so why not make their job easier by having a physical barrier in place to lighten their load so they can look for the bad guys? >> there is already a 700-mile wall. >> laura: it's a 2,000-mile border. >> we have 20,000 well armed
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men. we haveha drones, we have mility grade -- >> laura: how do they get across? hold on. i want this to be a productive conversation. so when i go through the stats,. we put them up on the screen, we are talking 11.6 million people who have been apprehended sincea america was under attack, we lost almost 3,000 americans. that is a security problem. we might have some wall, and we have some fencing. we have 170 miles along the laredo sector alone that is completely open. people can walk across or swim across. that's the problem. >> i'm glad you want to make this a constructive conversation. you said 3,000 citizens that lost their lives. not just u.s. citizens, which goes to show you that the multiculturalism was also a
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target, under attack by terrorists on that day. that's why they chose new york city. >> laura: let's get to the wall. let's focus this conversation. jason, i got to go to you on this. we got to move this forward. the line from the more of an open borders crowd is a wall is unnecessary. you are on the ground every day, you are in san antonio now, but you are on the ground every day, your border agents are doing their best. would a wall help or not? >> let me put the answer simple, yes, it absolutely would. we do have 700 miles of border along a 2,000-mile border. it's-m not enough. what we have is not enough to fully secure the border. we have 20,000 men and women in the border patrol. it's not enough. we still have people getting through, still have things coming across the border we don't know about. if we want to protect this
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country, these are things we need. and the subject matter experts that have done this job, we aree telling you, we need a wall, road, infrastructure, cameras to detect the traffic coming across and the brave men and women out there to do the job right. >> laura: you saw the facts in the angle, $175 billion just in fiscal year 2017 on counter terror measures. and we can't find $25 billion over a period of time to pay for a physical barrier? a it's not everything, b stop a lt of the flow. we saw in operation gate keeper in the san diego sector, that cut down border crossings by 89%. that was started under bill clinton. so mexico has the right to protect their borders, guatemala has the right to protect theirs.
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every country has that right, that sovereign right to control who comes in and know what their intentionsre are. you agree with that, correct? >> of course. and we have spent over a hundred billion dollars since 9/11 mill tarrizing our south border. and it's human rights. instead of being a broader strategy, it's become the only strategy. that's why we have to really look at what has been going on over the last 50, 60 years.e why don't we invest more in finding the root causes. why wait until people are at our door? we see the violence. it's not going to stop that. >> laura: we are dealing with a lot of violence as i noted in
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the angle just this last week, ms-13, gang members have been app prehenned coulding the crose border. tens of thousands coming across every month. the wall slows down the flow. you brought up the issue of mill tarryizing the border. it's something enemies would do, not friend and strategicio partners. it's an economic issue and won't beed solved by having more guar. it won't seal the border, it will suffocate it. are you part of the strategy, you and your agents, doesn't that hurt the relations between mexico and the united states? >> no, absolutely it does not. we areua a law enforcement
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organizations. we are part of border and customs and border protection. our job is to facilitate lawful trade and travel. it serves both sides of thebo border. one thing that's important to remember, we are not just talking about the flow, the volume of traffic coming across, but what that traffic consists of. you referenced gang members. in my sector alone, one of nine, we have caught almost 50 known gang members this year alone. over 770 criminal aliens that have been deported and came back after committing violence crimes, murder, assault, rape. these were the type of folks coming across. those are the ones we are concerned with. we need to know they are coming across and need to stop them. a wall helps that. it takes that criminal element away. if they cannot exploit a weak and porous border.
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they have no reason to exist. >> laura: real quick. >> i just want to say, one example of a successful terrorist attack on u.s. soil. >> laura: how many people have flownn planes into buildingsbe before 9/11? >> why are we focusing on the border when the problem is at airports. >> laura: you really aren't for border enforcement or any wall or any fence. you believe in open borders and a free flow of people and goods. i wish more people would say that, it would make the conversation easier. borderless world. otherwise, then a wall would make the relationship with mexico better, we could go through normal important of industry and control the people and flow. it would be much better forch mexico. we are out of time, great segment.
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a shocking story on a most sol up day, an op-ed shows that joe scarborough complaining that the president is a greater danger to the united states than foreign terrorists, something he expanded on this morning. >> if you strip america of its ideas, forget about knocking down buildings in the financial district, forget about running planes into the pentagon, those are tragedies, but those tragedies bring us closer america is an idea, you got america of that idea, that's when you do the most harm to americans. this seems to be a far graver threat to the idea of america. >> laura: here to respond is new york fire department's commissioner during 9/11. tom, it's a so solemn day for al of the firefighters, first
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responders. thank you for your service to new york all those years and especially on 9/11. i had to get your thoughts on this, joe scarborough saying the president is more dangerous to america than the 9/11 terrorists. >> it's even worse when you hear him say it. it's pretty upsetting. being at the ceremony this morning, one of the family members gotly up and begging politicians and the press to stop politicizing september 11, stop using the families as fodder for opinions on one sidei or the other. these are folks that mostly all of them, actually, innocent people on airplanes or in buildings or firefighters, police officers and emergency first responders, who tried to go in and make a difference and help people and get them out of harm's way. i have known at least between 5y to 10 of the firefighters, good friend of mine, whose kid grew
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up and went to military academies, all with the idea of going into the military and serving the country, serving to honor their fathers. most of those fathers were special guys. the best of the best we had.e we had some really great people. so i would doubt if you asked any of those kids graduating from naval academy or west point, how they felt about the police officers and firefighters. you might get a different version of the politics, disagreeing with the president who we should be working to helw and comparing him to a brave threat from a foreign nation. >> laura: it's easy to make these comments. i kept thinking of that day and what we were seeing on the ground and all the firefighters who walked up when everyone else was walking down. those buildings shaking and
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falling. senator angus king in maine compared russian election meddling with 9/11. let's watch. >> they used airplanes as a tower. the flip of a computer key inm russia to attack. it's an attack that continues. it's the same kind of attack today. >> laura: so russian election meddling, serious, but it's the sameng kind of attack as 9/11. i don't know what to say to these people. i'm wanting your opinion. >> there is no comparison. i don't know how reasonable people, if they were just thinking about the folks that were involved, the firefighters involved, civilians involved, people who went to work, people whose sons and daughters went to
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work. and they were lost because of evil and sick people because there was a civilization they hated so much, and if these politicians would do their job, we wouldn't have half of these issues that we have. i don't know how they take paychecks and go home every night. that doesn't happen with firefighters, police officers and soldiers. if you don't do your job as a soldier, you pay a price. these politicians haven't done o their job. so i'm not really too hopeful on them doing it now. >> laura: tom, i can't believe whether the country needs to have a secure border all these years. i'm notde just talking about trump. obama, bush, all these years we still don't have a secure border. it is a security threat. thank you so much. it's great to see you tonight
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and our prayers are always with new york. thank you so much. when we come back, newt gingrich has a critical piece of advice for president trump and the g.o.p. don't go away. ay informed. and while some advisors are happy to earn commissions whether you do well or not. fisher investments fees are structured so we do better when you do better. maybe that's why most of our clients come from other money managers. fisher investments. clearly better money management.
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>> laura: as we discussed, president trump has ahe lot of decisions to make. stakes could not be higher for the president, his agent today, even the country. for answers lets bring in former house speaker, newt gingrich, who has a great series about this on his website. newt, let's talk about this. first, on the wall, i can tell you my radio listeners plastered me with calls today after we learned that nine spending bills that will be delivered to the president the end of this month, no funding for the wall. not a penny. zero. after that was one of the key campaign promises of president trump and he's expressed his desire to have that thing built. >> well, look, i think he ought to keep pushing for the wall.
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the contrast between democrats who want open borders which would flood the country with people is dramatic. i would not recommend that he close the government. i don't think we are in a position to explain it and ind don't think it gets us far. he ought to keep pushing for it. after the election, i'm confident they will have a continued resolution and then i think he can be tougher. between now and the election he's begun to draw a really big contrast from the speech in montana, began to draw the right contrast between, as he put it, democrats who want to abolish i.c.e. and republicans who want to abolish ms-13. i will be surprised with some things. in my own conversations, they do have some money and they are building parts of the wall right
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now. >> laura: all i know is it's about $130 billion a year for all the services that illegal immigrants get in the united states. it's $72,000 per illegal immigrant, 90,000 per illegal immigrant child. this is a huge amount of money we throw around, including in other countries. most voters hear this, why can't you find the money to build this wall. it's going to stick with the voters. it's a sticking point and i'm glad the president is pushing for it. newt, steve banon yesterday on the show made a point about whether or not this is an election where you can still persuade people in the midterms. let's watch. >> trump has been there. i started this film, feeling that by the time we had the run-up, it was like the tea party movement. we needed these rally films.
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this is for the base plus to get them excited. >> laura: his point was this is going to be a base election. he wants you to watch his film. you are not going to persuade people going down the home base, it's only turning out. do you agree with that? >> he's half right. we have to turn out the base. the president has to convince people to vote. if we don't turn out the base, lose. if we pose a choice between an open borders democrat, gavin newsom's healthcare to give it free for every immigrant, they are not w going to vote to have their tax money go to encourage people from the whole planet to come to california for healthcare. i think we have issues that could actually win this election and dramatically broaden our
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base. i would agree with steve, we have to turn out the base. people who care about trump has to vote or we just plain lose. >> laura: now barack obama has been dispatched. we talk about donald trump, resentment, he's dividing america, it's my recovery. how effective is he going to be? very popular in the country, still, is that something to concern the republicans? >> i think we ought to take him head on. this is the guy who told us at saddle back church that he believed in marriage between a man and women. now he get to keep your doctor, you get to keep your health insurance. he said there was a red line in syria and one year later said
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there was a red line in syria. he denied reality. one example. we lost 200,000 manufacturing jobs under obama. we have already gained over 400,000 under trump. i like that choice. you want to go back to obama, higher unemployment, fewer jobs, more food stamps, let's have that debate. but we need to have the courage to take head on the real obama, not the new york times fantasy version. >> laura: would you waste time going after the anonymous in the white house, lie detector tests, interrogation, or is that a dead end? >> if there is somebody working in the government who is leaking when you have national securityl concerns, that's a legitimate concern. second, i just tell everybody, think of bob woodward's book as
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fiction, that's what it is. i have a piece we are writing on all the things people said about lincoln. lincoln was far more hostilely attacked than trump has ever. been. they are trivial. in the real world we are creating jobs, reducing unemployment. do you want to go back to food stamps in the democrats. >> laura: on 9/11 the democrats focus on what trump's gesture was when he got off the plane in shanksville. let's watch jen. >> it's not like ther- commander-in-chief. he'she missing a human screw. how do people react on a day like 9/11. this is not rocket science. >> laura: the ongoing story you
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heard in the woodward book, that donald trump has no empathy, that's why you shouldn't vote for republicans in the midterms. >> look, i think the fact is if you have empathy, we have the lowest level of black unemployment in history, that's good. all these people who have jobs, that's a lot of empathy. to attack trump, there is something pathetic about the level of personal assault that goes on every day. >> laura: thank you. >> thank you. >> laura: democrats have made it clear impeachment is on the ballot. ken starr thinks that sets a damaging coursegi for this country. he will tell uss why, next.
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>> please don't say impeachment
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anymore. when they say that, i say impeachment, impeachment. >> laura: you said you support impeachment of the president. >> it need to be on the agenda. >> bill clinton was impeached but not removed from office. >> laura: the midterms are fasta approaching. some democrats are having a tougher time hiding their obsession with impeachment. ken starr who led the clinton investigation calls the process hell for the country. he's out with a new book titled contempt, a memoir of the clinton investigation. we are joined by former u.s. attorney and fox news contributor andy mccarthy. judge starr, let's go to you first. i remember 1998 like it was
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yesterday. bill clinton had about a 40% approval rating, 42%, mid 40s. after he was impeached, his rating went up, up, up. is that what you are thinking might happen here? >> it could very well happen. the american people, part of the message in my book, is be careful with a you ask for. i think impeachment is hell. it's hell to go through for the american people. even though there are strong feelings, that is not ourt system. we have impeachment in the constitution. it's an important last resort. and the country did not feel, as a whole, that bill clinton, for all of his crimes and he committed crimes and we proved he committed crimes, he should actually be removed in his last year and a half in office. we have elections.
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they mean something, midterms coming up. why are the democrats, some of the democrats discussing impeachment. folly. but that's the politics. it's very bad for the country. >> laura: if you could do it all over again, would you accept the job as independent counsel? knowing what you know now. >> i think about that question. the answer is yes, i would. but i would not have made the second time around the blunders i made especially dealing with the press as i describe in the book. my decision to sit down with a real snake in the grass named steven brill and to be interviewed by him and for him to distort what i had to say, and other journalists said that was a distortion, and that brought on an investigation, when i think about how i
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conducted it and i think we did, with integrity. >> laura: and rosenstein worked for your team of prosecutors way back when. andy, i want to get your thought on the new text messages released today. they show more communications between peter strzok and lisa page. to some they point to a coordinated media leak campaign. it ends with strzok congratulating page on an e article being planted on carter page. andy, your thoughts? are there other ways to read this? >> well, there are a couple of ways to read it. i must say that when you have a situation like we have here where you have had a lot of evidence of high ranking fbi officials leaking, you have to, take that into account. i have been in investigations where people, i don't know thatr they use this phrase as clumsy
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as a press leak strategy, but there are sometimes you have to have a strategy because you are being killed by leaks and trying to tamp down on them. then there is another way of looking at it, there are prosecutors who endorse this. that is this idea of tickling the wires, this idea that you take information that you have from your investigation, leak it to the press so it gets out and then as you monitor your wires, see if the people who are mentioned in the stories say and do things that are indicative of consciousness of guilty or concealing evidence and the like. i don't thinkco that's a proper way to go about an investigation, but it is done. >> laura: strzok's attorney says the s term media leak strategy refers to an initiative to stop leaks to the media. and mark meadow responds by saying the american people
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aren't buying it. it's worth mentioning that such an alleged effort was a failure. it should raise questions whether there was a serious effort at all. finally, andy, on the issue of impeachment, you are skeptical about the idea that the democrats would have enough people to vote for impeachment members or they would be able to get any republicans on board enough to get to that critical level. >> well, i think if they were wise, and heat judge starr's word, if they are going to play brass knuckles politics, they need more than a margin of a few congressmen or representatives to have enough in o the way of numbers to get even the simple majority you need to file articles of impeachment in the house. you need a more comfortable
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margin. >> laura: judge, does mueller need to wrap this up? he hasn't gotten everything he's wanted. is it time to get the show on the road here? >> given what we know, there is no evidence of collusion. i think the american people have wanted to know that for a long time. the two indictments that have been returned do not point to collusion. especially with respect to russian collusion. there is another perspective. we don't know what other assignments he's been given by the deputy attorney general. so stay tuned. a closing word on impeachment, 31 democrats in the house of representatives voted in favor of impeachment. even with that, 31 is not s nothing. 31 n democrats supporting it. there was another way and i think that way need to be discussed. is the impeachment process thatp should be reserved for the
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gravest kind of offenses, high treason and the like. >> laura: high crime. >> truly high crimes and misdemeanors. this is the disruption of an what should we do. was not a serious r conversation with the resolution of sen sure. >> laura: thank you. former nfl star sheds lights on the issues regarding the anthem and what the league is doing about it. that coming up.
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♪ >> laura: now an important follow-up. last night we discussed how the nfl is fumbling the current anthem protest promising millions and millions of dollars to left wing social justice groups. we arere now joined with matt light, the offensive tackle on the executive committee of the players association. he joins us with insight into what is happening with theni players association and this recently formed players coalition. what do you make of the nfl offering $90 million? >> any time you give a group that much money, you hope a lot of good comes out of it. i think that's exactly what the
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players expect to happen with this money that's been allocated toward these issues that have become b a hot topic. i don't have a problem with the players banding together andto trying to come up with a messaga and effect change. i do have a problem with the overall spirit and the tone of what's been going on in the national football league. and for a lot of former players, it's a difficult topic to bring up. >> i would imagine if you are a player who is not wild about the anthem kneeling, it distracts from the game and it's a wrong place, wrong time for the kneeling, as good as the intentions are for some of these players, they are intimidated of speaking out, they are afraid to speak out. >> o that's the real story, lau. there's a problem when you have two different viewpoints but they are not opposing.
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we have one group, like myself, and like you and a lot of viewers and like most americans. and the overwhelming majority of the players in the national football league who feel like kneeling is disrespectful for a million reasons. on the other side youe, have people that want to make a difference and help those. those aren't two opposing views. they are trying to express what they think about this current situation that should really have nevert happened. and it wouldn't have happened if we had better leadership. >> laura: ben watson was on the show last night. i think he's a terrific guy, five kid. he's positive. he said i will call the white house, i'm happy to work with the white house on criminal justice reform. you can get a lot accomplished working together. i have been guilty of that myself from time to time. but there are a lot of good players who want to help their
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communities. they can do that and they are doing that already before kaepernick, after kaepernick. it's gotten muddled up. one of your former teammates said something today. thisy is deven mccordy on 9/11 and the protests. let's watch. >> i think a day like today where we arere talking about 9/1 everywhere, it's the quality of what people went there trying to rescue lives as the same thing we are trying to fight for. >> thanks for an inspiring message, thanks for what you are doing. >> laura: what are your thoughts e on that? >> deven is a great teammate, a great man. he get dirty, he gets down in the weeds. whatever the topic of conversation is, whatever he wants to do, he goes full tilt into it. now, i was quick to come out and say i didn't appreciate when the patriots net last season.
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and i caught a lot of flack for that. i still feel that way. that's not a respectful way to do things. i don't feel as if you have a cause that you should be able to put your teammates in harm's way. >> laura: but, matt, are there people on the patriots now, players now, who agree with your point of view who are afraid to speak out themselves? yes or no? >> of course there are. you get attacked from every angle. we are not talking about two opposing viewpoints. >> laura: but expressing your viewpoint. a group of a people, they are expressing your viewpoint, causing controversy, that's fine. but there are a bunch of other players who don't want any part of this and just want to go out and play a great game, do the anthem and go home to their families. >> overwhelming majority of people. we need to start naming these things. if it's social injustice, talk
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about who it is. we need roger to stand up and make a difference. >> laura: i want to know whereer the money is going. are you convinced this is going to the right places and not end up going to a lot of left wing groups or not accounted for properly? >> it's up to us to do it. we have to hold them accountable, i hope the playersa do the same thing. >> laura: thank you. hurricane florence, of course, racing towards the east coast. there is new information on what may be ahead for the millions of americans in its path.ri rick has a live report from the ground, north carolina, next. keeping me from the things i love to do. talk to your doctor, and call 844-214-2424.
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♪ >> laura: >> laura: carolina residents bracing for the biggest natural disaster to hit the mainland united states in decades. rick is right in its path, joins us from north carolina with a live update. rick. >> reporter: there is more than 5 million i people now under hurricane watches and warnings including most of the folksg along the north and south carolina borders. pretty quiet tonight. seems like a lot of the folks
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have heeded the warnings and gotten out. the folks here have to get out before tomorrow evening. that's when the bridge will close. one of the locals said you are not planning to stay here. not a good idea. the storm surge is expected to be up to 13 feet which would take it above the garages andnt into the first floors of most of the o structures here. the wind is expected to be at least a cat 3, 111 and 129 miles per hour wind. the structures here are rated at 130. homeowners are nervous tonight. the other big issue is the rain which could be 2 to 3 feet, up to 4 feet, not just along the coast, but inland. it could dump a lot of water, create a lot of problems for the in the case few days, perhapss, even weeks. >> laura: what's the sense about
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the move of the storm up thef coast? is it going to stall out over outer banks, go inland? or come up the coast? >> reporter: it all depends on what the storm does last minute. we have seen these things turn and confuse and confound the forecast. right now this thing, the models all seem to show it coming across the atlantic and into the coast. then it makes its way north. >> laura: thankk you. be safe out there. when we come back, history, the best teacher, as we prepare for one of the deadliest natural disasters, past hurricane survivors are speaking out. bianca is a survivor of hurricane sandy. she chose not to evacuate. w she joins us now. this is crazy how big this storm is. what can you tell our viewers about how important it is to
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heed those warnings? >> thank you. it's important to evacuate. my grandparents and i did not evacuate, we did not have bottled water. this is my mother cleaning the basement, it was a scary time. >> laura: i think a lot of people get brave. i want to see what it's like, i want to see how powerful the wind is. my house can take it. but when you are talking about wind and wind this powerful and water this high, this is going to be a deadly storm. it would be great if somehow that didn't happen, but it will be a deadly storm. how critical is it for people to get out as fast as possible with their papers, pets and that's about it. >> get out as soon as possible. bring your pets, get your cars, leave. three cars were submerged under
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water, trees were falling on houses. my friend could do emergencyi work. but i would get out now before it gets bad. people were in bad trouble. >> laura: it's a a word to the wise. we appreciate your sharing that story. so many difficult natural disasters over the years and on this o anniversary of 9/11 we remember the past natural disasters and we have got to employ those lessons of how we deal with this next threat to the mainland. up next, a moving last byte.
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>> shannon: today >> laura: today new york, and janesville >> today in new york and ville shanksville, pennsylvania, the pentagon, the families of the two and women who lost their lives on 9/11 gathered again to remember. olivia newton sang the national anthem in new york. ♪ oh say does that star-spangled banner yet wave ♪ over the land of the free ♪ and the home of the brave ♪
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shannon: thank you very much. fox news alert, one day left to evacuate more than 1 million people, local and state officials and the president himself urging them to get out of hurricane florence's way before it is too late. text messages between peter stzrok and lisa page discussing the media leak strategy and that starting leaks. mark meadows is not buying it. catherine herridge reports in minutes. hello and welcome to fox news at night. ti


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