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i don't judge you for a second. i got spanked and this is the mug i did not win. that's all the time we have to make. i am jason chaffetz in for laura ingram. check out my new book the deep state but now it is time for shannon bream and the fox news at night team. >> you get points for just taking the challenge. >> that's what it takes to get points because i didn't even have the buzzer in time. >> i will get you a mug. i know someone. great show, great to see you tonight. we begin with a fox news alert, nancy pelosi taking the speaker's gavel and with democratic control of the house she welcomes the new john of bipartisanship in the nation's capital and top democrats calling for bipartisanship, they want republicans to help them investigate the president. it is happening amid the partial
government shutdown. fox news at night will investigate the language of the bill house democrats passed to reopen the government. pro-life activists worried by the new measure as they head to the senate. we have fox team coverage tonight. the first correspondent, leland is talking about measures to fund the government but not the wall. >> reporter: look no further than how late speaker nancy pelosi get the congress for proof she went today to be about her and trying to corner the president with bills that don't fund the wall. he had other ideas and at 430 he change the conversation.
>> happy new year. >> reporter: walking into the press briefing room for the first time donald trump gave bipartisanship just a few seconds of airtime. >> i want to start by congratulating nancy pelosi on being elected speaker of the house, a very great achievement and hopefully we are going to work together and get lots of things done. >> been double down on his instagram meme. >> never had anything like in terms of calls coming in and people writing in and tweeting and doing whatever they have to do. i never had this much support. >> border patrol agents backed up the statement, despite forgoing caves in the shutdown. >> i work in knocko, arizona for ten years, we didn't have physical barriers and immigration -- >> we were all affected by the shutdown. we have skin in the game. ask yourself this question. if i come to your home do you want me to knock on the front door or climb through the window. >> hours before on the other end of pennsylvania ave. nancy
pelosi became the first speaker to reclaim the gavel since the 50s with seeming not to bipartisanship. >> if we ever close the door to americans our leadership role in the world will be lost, ronald reagan. >> reporter: she made it clear what those words meant policies otherwise. >> are you willing to give him some of this money for the wall? apparently that's the sticking point. >> know. nothing for the wall. >> reporter: nancy pelosi's democratic caucus voted on measures to reopen the government, the vice president matched the speaker's defiance. >> what i accept the deal for the wall? >> the president made it very clear. it is not a deal. >> the power to enforce that threat comes with presidential veto. it is unclear if republicans in the senate will force the president to use the veto which provides protection from the bills the house just past.
>> minute by minute updates. the first day of the new congress and democratic members are not listening to leadership. brad sherman reintroducing articles
of impeachment against donald trump. he says i continue to believe obstruction of justice is the clearest, simplest and most provable high crime and misdemeanor committed by donald trump. nancy pelosi's top lieutenant at the airwaves to explain their agenda going forward. adam schiff says he's interested in bipartisanship of republicans on the committee wish to join his investigation of the president. >> this is the most precarious time in my lifetime in terms of our republic. we have a president who denigrates freedom of the press, goes after the independence of the judiciary and in so many ways is threatening the democracy. the answer to that cannot be more of the same. >> the new chair of the house finance, he called for donald
trump's impeachment many times and found in her words to get him. maxine waters says she will be investigating the president via
the banking system. >> we been trying to find out about money tries to russia, deutsche bank, we know deutsche bank men's to this president and we want to know whether or not money-laundering is going on. we are doing a little that. we will do some of that. >> another democratic carson, hank johnson likened donald trump to hitler in a speech on new year's day commemorating the anniversary of the emancipation proclamation. >> & immigrants, racist strongman to the nation's highest office much like hitler took over the nazi party, trump has taken over the republican party. >> johnson attempted to clarify his remarks later telling a local publication the point of
his message is democracy is under threat and if america is not vigilant tierney will set in. both sides talking tough while calling for bipartisanship. is there a way out of the impasse. i say there are many impasses. let's bring in crist are well. is it impasse fees when you pluralize it? >> for florida and west virginia we can go for impasse. shannon: the title is entered the house of pelosi, the main democratic goal is investigating, not misleading. they think they sent democrats to washington to check presidential habits, americans may discover they invested the hopes and more polarization and vitriol. >> it depends what happens out of the shutdown. all of that stuff is a bunch of as my mother would have said, bar talk from republicans and democrats. all of that stuff is fine to say
but the matter at hand is totally determined at this moment. the government is shutdown, markets are not happy. the consequences are racking up. it's not good for either party but it is particularly not good for president who needs to be able to get things going again, at least take one hot poker out of his i right now. it would be good to get one of these things out of his way. how nancy pelosi is able to navigate this, how the senate responds, we are heading for an absolute pile up in this demolition derby and we will see. shannon: the president likes to have an opponent and he has said nice things about nancy pelosi so there's an interesting conversation what relationship they will have. she seems to be having fun too, she says no money for the wall and was asked what you give at least a dollar. here was the response.
>> one dollar? >> one dollar? one dollar. >> that is not your question. you said one dollar. >> we know the house past two measures tonight. the president is not going to sign this so what do we do now? where does this go? >> we are stuck in the same place, a wall is a wall, the fence isn't a wall. it is just a stupid semantic game and this is both parties treating their political base like a bunch of suckers. you know the old saying about what you do with your political base, you treat them like mushrooms, keep them in the dark and cover them with horse memo, two parties fighting over nothing, infinitesimal rounding error and they both once more money for border security. a difference of a couple billion dollars which is nothing will government this wasteful, it is a ridiculous joke and a question
of when one or the other feel enough pain in this to lose face, knuckle under and sign off and let it go. >> we don't see the end of the road just yet but we are on a new 116th congress. a great to do list outlining what democrats are about in the halftime report. your advice to them on where they go next. you and your impasse sees, thank you. a leading conservative voice in the house firing back at the democratic majority already, quote, we knew they couldn't help themselves, jim jordan, filing articles of impeachment on the present, more focused on stopping trump than building the wall and helping the country. my next guest voted for jordan instead of the new gop minor leader kevin mccarthy and got a vote himself in the leading role, joining us is republicans
from kentucky thomas massy. why did you vote for jordan over mccarthy? >> jordan said that to do what we told the people we would do in the campaign and when it looked like we might still be in the majority jordan was running for speaker and i pledged my vote to him for speaker and followed through even though it's a vote for minority leader and that is what people want us to do. they want us to do what we said we would do and it was an easy vote for me. i did get one vote, tied with joe biden. it is fun to watch. it was more fun to watch the democrat side because they have fractures you are starting to see. some members to the left of nancy pelosi were fracturing away from her but she was able to hang on in the speaker vote. shannon: you were voting on measures to get the government reopen and funded.
democrats are in control so what they offer is not that ideal package you want to see but it goes to the senate now. the president said he would not sign it without wall funding, nancy pelosi says you get $0 for the wall, maybe one dollar. how do you resolve this? 800,000 federal government workers waiting for solution? >> we forget about schoolhouse rock, when the senate passes a bill dealing with the same topic they both appoint members to a conference committee who negotiated compromise bill for each chamber. that is the old schoolhouse rock cartoon in the chamber goes up or down, no amendments can be offered so that is where we should go next but nancy pelosi doesn't want to give one dollar for the wall. >> maybe one. >> this is a rounding error in the federal budget, not to take it lightly but we spent $100
billion on disaster relief for texas, florida and california and puerto rico last year, $100 billion for those disasters, what about the disaster at the border. can't we send $5 billion on that? >> senator cory gardner, a republican says we should not be figuring out wall funding in the midst of funding the wall. patterson 5 partisan appropriations bills including money for border security, and continue to fight for border security money, congress needs to take further action but that work should be done when the government is funded. >> this is where trump needs to make it stand. he has a good position, 3 quarters of the government's entitlements, that goes on whether we vote for or not, that's not shutdown and of these appropriations, 3 quarters of that is funded, the military is funded, permit of labor, a lot of government has been funded. we are talking a quarter of a quarter, the president is right to take a stand here. >> i want to ask you about a new
bill that is bipartisan about the fed. what happens next? >> it passed twice in the house with a vetoproof majority. the president could support something like this. >> is not a big fan of the fed. >> it is the best time to pass audit the fed. the president would sign it and we just need to get it passed in the senate. >> we will watch, keep us updated. a lot of americans want to get some information too. great to have you with us tonight. nancy pelosi inviting donald trump to deliver his second state of address, she looks forward to welcoming the president to capitol hill. the me too movement looming large over potential 2020 candidates as a top democratic senators throw support behind joe biden. we are digging into that endorsement and tell you about a
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>> for the field of aspiring democratic candidates the me too movement looms large but the senate democrat who led the charge against brett cavanagh, dianne feinstein, is doing her weight behind joe biden instead of for example, s -- kamala harris. >> of california democratic senator kamala harris decides to run for presidency won't have the backing of dianne feinstein. the 5 term incumbent set her preferred choice is for a vice president at delaware senator joe biden quoting joe was chairman of the judiciary committee when he came to this place. i watched him as vice president, seen him operate, seen him perform. he brings a level of experience and seniority which i think is really important but biden was judiciary chair during the
clarence thomas supreme court confirmation and has been criticized for his handling of the anita hill questioning. he says she was vilified and he wishes he could have done more to prevent those questions. click say chose not to do more. dianne feinstein has been criticized by republicans for her part in bringing forth uncorroborated and decades-old sexual misconduct allegations by christine ford against brett cavanagh. if joe biden does decide to run 2020 he could get a boost for bernie sanders. one reason sanders did so well against hillary clinton in 2016 as he dominated his state's caucus winning 12 of 18. experts say allowed him to capitalize on his small but fervent base of supporters, several states caucus in 2016 hold primaries in 2020 and
primaries have higher turnouts in favor candidates with wider support. in 2016, bernie sanders only won 11 of 39 primary states. his 2016 campaign manager says switching from carcasses to primaries will have 0 effect on a sanders 2020 run but if the caucuses don't damage a potential sanders run sexual allocations might. 2000 men and women who worked for his 2016 campaign say it was replete with sexual violence and harassment. sanders says that will be addressed. shannon: with democrats lining up behind joe biden at the expense of sanders, time for tonight's power panel. lizzie marshall and guy benson and opinion editor matheson, happy new year to all of you. a couple things i want to talk about with bernie sanders.
i went to play his apology after this letter came forward and allegations among a number of people who worked on his campaign in 2016. >> i apologize to anyone who felt she was treated inappropriately and we will do better next time. i was busy running around the country trying to make the case. >> there were people on both sides of the aisle who felt that wasn't the best apology. they feel he could do better and should take another stab at it. >> i'm with the women that feel that way men who feel that way as well. you have people that said we came to individuals within the campaign. he was the captain of the ship. he needs to know more, needs to have done more. going forward it is great they are going to have a dedicated
toll-free hotline. if anyone feels uncomfortable wants to make a complaint, that is a good first step but more has to be done. in the me too movement we had a record number of women sworn in today in the house and senate. >> long-term doesn't do anything if he decides to run again? >> it will be based on what does he do next? what does the campaign look like? who does he have in key positions, very white, male, top-heavy leadership over the campaign so it will be does he engage in the conversation and do something to change dynamics of the dialogue or does he keep making half excuses, have issues? >> i heard people say there were too white and too mail, people thought that was ridiculous. it doesn't get to the fact of who was engaging in inappropriate behavior, nothing to do with race or gender. anyone to begin the of that
behavior and the way to recall the campaign problem is to base it on race and gender instead of the best skills or best political instincts. is that the way to go? >> i am pro-merit and against identity politics which is toxic but that is not the problem. there was apparently rampant behavior, not just one or 2 complaints but dozens of people who experience it themselves or saw it and from bernie who was at the head of the campaign, the ceo of the corporation wants to run the country to say i knew nothing about any of this, sorry if people were offended, i was busy, that's not a great answer and if he runs in the democratic field is packed which i think it will be an things get nasty this could become a serious problem for him especially if there are females on those debate stages who feel there might be more
than one, they feel like he is a threat, they want to fox out his voters, this could get drenched up and if he gets answers like that it won't help. >> talking about a fresh new class of faces and people coming through the ranks, three white guys at top, beto, biden and bernie. we will see when the rubber meets the road whether it is like that. i want to turn to this issue the talked about democrat opposition to the border wall and many of them voted for similar things in the past but now they have gone to a whole new level. they don't seem to want any infrastructure at all. their opposition to the border wall is so total as to be nearly indistinguishable from opposition to any serious infrastructure at the border at all. >> there biggest problem is they are on the verge of doing something irresponsible or irrational, getting so far down
the path of saying no to everything, calling the wall immoral doesn't do anything to advance the cause and it is going to the deck of the american people say are we not a country? do not believe we should have any kind of border at all? the one thing democrats have to remember especially in the house is restraint always works. if they want to use this as a fight to have a fight with donald trump they will probably lose that in the end, restraint always works and just because they can't do something, to keep the government shutdown, keep things as they are doesn't mean they should. they need to look at the restraint department and the rationality department to make sure they knew what they are doing and why. >> the idea of rationality and double standards, invoking president obama. he said democrats are treating the notion of the wall as a practically a humans rights abuse, barack obama droned
people without generating as much as trump does asking for $5 billion to better fortify the southern border. is this political? >> it is not all political. where's the motivation for democrats to fulfill a campaign promise of a republican president that many of them, 40 seat gain in a huge blue wave in the house campaigned on along with immigration? what democrats need to do and i think they will come out ahead even if the senate says no and the president doesn't sign it is they have to look at comprehensive immigration reform, things that will secure the border and the majority of people that come here undocumented to stay come biplane to the state of california, sanctuary cities on the state level would have to be addressed. i think quite frankly if they speak to what the people want and elected them to do and they do pass something comprehensive that includes border security
without a wall across the southern border with mexico i think it will be a win for the democrats. that is echoing the sentiments of the people. shannon: he thinks the president has the upper hand but the way this has been rolled out, trump has the better part of the argument but the shutdown, with no discernible strategy and pronouncements that make it unlikely his view will carry the day. >> democrats are wrong on the merits of the immigration issue in many respects but the president and the republicans by extension have bungled this entire thing because they basically said we are going to own the shutdown and yes we are going to pass this thing out of the senate unanimously. we don't want that anymore. now the same thing we passed in the senate is sort of a mess when it comes to messaging. the democrats, i agree
partially, partially, what leslie said, there has to be a multipronged approach. one of those elements has to be a physical border, physical barrier on the northern and southern border. every democrat in the senate voted 42,006, four years later in the gang of 8. nancy pelosi, speaker of the house is saying walls are immoral. by logical extension should be campaigning to have the existing walls toward down as a moral crusade against these horrible barriers? that is a ludicrous public policy position. shannon: we will not get that legislation even if she doesn't give them one dollar for the wall. leslie, you did hear guy saying that. we have that on tape. thank you very much, come back soon. republican leaders say democrats are wasting no time prioritizing abortion and there are allegations involving your tax dollars.
>> the new democratic majority pass legislation ending the partial government shutdown. it is dead on arrival in the senate. another issue buried in the tax, allison barber has details for us. >> reporter: the house past the combined bill to open part of the federal government through september 30, 241-190 with 7 democrats voting yes, the health
approved funding for dhs. none of it is expected to go further. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said the senate will not consider a bill that cannot pass the chamber and the president will not sign. they disapprove of this proposal because it lacks funding for a physical barrier on the southern border. a major concern is abortion. >> reporter: sending money for forced sterilization and abortion, that discussion belongs in committee, doesn't belong added to a bill under the dark of night with no discussion. >> this bill was supported by mitch mcconnell, lindsey graham among other senators. >> this limited to crucial pro-life foreign-policy. the united states does not and cannot fund abortion.
>> of what our colleague said is true we should take this provision out of the bill. >> reporter: protecting life in global assistance policy known as the expanded mexico city policy known as the global gag rule, president ronald reagan instituted the policy in 1984 and announced it in mexico city, the nickname at a score prohibits federal funding for nongovernmental organizations if they perform or actively promote abortion as a form of family-planning. since reagan it has been rescinded and reinstated a number of times. democrats that in the oval office, it went away. of a republican set in the oval office it came back. donald trump brought it back and expanded it playing into things like the president's emergency plan for aids relief and the malaria initiative. and only one clinic around, forgiving someone and abortion referral, a lot of people might not have access to all the other things they do like making sure people have information related
to hiv prevention, and supporters disagree. the susan b anthony list pro-life group says house democrats are trying to foist a radical pro-abortion agenda on the nation by including a provision to get out of this policy in their proposal to reopen the government. it makes american taxpayers complicit in expectation of abortion. it is a procedural move by republicans hoping to get this provision taken out. it would have sent the 6 bill pending package back to commit, that effort failed. >> reporter: more on this abortion language in the house funding but let's bring in fox news contributor green and marjorie, welcome to both of you. i went to start with this portion from marco rubio. nothing more than far left-wing
theater as these policies have no chance of passing the senate are being signed by the president. i consistently work to make sure taxpayer dollars i never sent on abortion and will continue to do so. is a more about making a statement knowing it is not going to be signed into law? >> the statement is very clear that this policy is cruel. it was cool under ronald reagan. it was cruel under both presidents bush, and not surprisingly donald trump expanded it and made it even more cruel. a view fact that i think are important to this discussion. there are 230 million women who don't have access to contraception in this world. there are 837 women a day that dive from pregnancy-related complications in the global gag
rule the us bounced back and forth from between republican and democratic administrations, one thing we know for certain is studies show it does nothing to reduce abortions and in fact it actually increases the millions of unsafe abortions that happen every year. that leads to many deaths. shannon: the new president of planned parenthood says i know abortion bans cost women their lives every day. women are hospitalized, 7 die as a result of illegal abortion. how the response? >> i don't know what the policy is. here's what the policy is. it prohibits any funding for for health-related organizations that we participate in outside the united states from in any way getting entangled in abortion, has nothing to do with contraception, is not touched by this policy at all. it does not take one penny away
from any of the programs that do this. what today happened by the new speaker, day one of her leadership and made this a priority contradicting day one priority of donald trump, reinstating this policy and make a statement because everyone knows this is not going to get through the senate and the president will not sign it. doing exactly the opposite of what she said she wants to do a leader of the party which is open up and have a bigger chance on abortion policy and instead it is the same story of making americans pay for abortions, export abortions to other countries undermining their cultural norms and laws in ways that make it difficult for negotiations on other issues. shannon: that was done in
january of last year and they asked how people feel about using tax dollars to pay for abortions. 60% oppose it, 36% supporter strongly support it. where do we go from there knowing americans are opposed to any link between tax dollars and promoting funding abortion? >> this isn't about tax dollars funding abortions. i am sorry but i do know this policy and the people who know this policy best are the doctors. we just had a segment talking to border control agents, donald trump talking to border control agents, they are the experts, they have skin in the game. why do conservatives refuse to listen to the doctors who are very clear on how harmful this policy is? the world health organization, these are the experts on this
issue and conservatives and republicans feel their passion around this issue is more important than the healthcare. the human right that healthcare is. >> it comes from countries across africa, they don't believe contraception is, they don't think abortion, they don't appreciate it, through cultural ideas, to lobby to overturn abortion laws and undermine the cultural values of those countries. and definitely don't -- >> this policy increases -- >> in this -- >> we are out of time. and both voices on other sides, thank you both very much. major feet for china's space
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wound to the head. authorities responding to a welfare check when they discover what happened. the person of interest is 27-year-old mark mood --mahmoud. they want to talk to him. 3000 and -- three found dead. the search is on. first time ever there is a spacecraft on the far side of the moon. it didn't come from the us. it is the latest achievement in china's space program. kristin fisher tells us about a challenge to what has long been america's supremacy in space. >> reporter: this is the first picture ever taken from the surface of the far side of the moon and it was taken by the chinese change 4 probe, putting china on the map as a global space power on par with russia and the united states. nasa administrator jim bryden stein called it an impressive
accomplishment. >> it is important to understand what china just did is a first in human history. it is also true the united states of america just flew closer to the sun than any country on earth and we are in orbit around an asteroid in deep space. >> reporter: even though the us is the undisputed leader in exploring deep space the chinese lunar landing is a challenge to future american dominance in space, something donald trump promised to protect with his space force. >> we must have american dominance in space. >> reporter: donald trump put the us on track to return to the moon in a decade and the chinese announced plans to do the same. former nasa administrator his worry the chinese could win the race but not the current one. >> trying to do something entirely different. this time when we go we are going to stay. >> reporter: the us faces threats from russia and iran,
publicly announced plans in the coming months and today secretary of state mike pompeo warned the us will not stand by and watch the iranian regime's disruptive qualities place international stability and security at risk. iranian officials say they are trying to launch free satellite into the us and its allies say it is a disguise for ballistic missile program. >> we talked at the top of the show how nancy pelosi promised bipartisanship when taking the gavel but her acolytes are sending messages less than conciliatory. one of the brand-new freshman and women in congress taking things a step further. her comments next, breaking news. facing 20 years in prison, one of chicago's most powerful city councilmembers has been charged with extortion. ♪a body has a right to ♪and shakin' me up so
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shannon: she was one into the 116th congress with a copy of the koran and she is in the column of impeach. one of the most powerful city councilmembers in chicago history is facing 20 years in prison after being charged with attempted extortion. matt sans is in the windy city with more. >> in the city council, 50 years on the job considered one of the most powerful men in the city and in federal court he posted a $10,000 bond. burke has 48 hours, 5 weeks ago, the office was raided by federal authorities. 37 page complaint reveals burke is charged with extortion allegedly trying to force a burger king to give business to a private law firm in exchange for remodeling permit the chain
was seeking. the complaint reveals federal investigators to have solomon burke's cell phone, recorded phone calls and kate burke threatened to play hardball with the fast food restaurant and director of the company's executives to make a $5600 donation to one of burke's political friends and faces 20 years in prison. burke's attorney says they look forward to proving their case in court. >> it was not an attempt to extort. >> reporter: burke's former law firm represented trump's luxury tower in downtown chicago saving trump tower $14 million by appealing property tax bills. burke is the longest serving city council finance committee and stuart of the city's $130 million worker's comp. program but outgoing mail emmanuel said it would be unacceptable for burke to continue as chair. he faced federal scrutiny several times before but escaped charges.
it is controversial for having taxpayer-funded bodyguards and the car and is considered one of the most high profile names the us attorney's office has ever reeled in. >> thank you. police tell us the story we gave you a few minutes ago about 3 children found dead and woman shot in the head in texas, the manhunt was all we were told, the suspect turned himself in and we will get you more details when we learn more. police are looking for a suspect in a drive-by shooting death of 7-year-old jasmine barnes in a walmart parking lot. a number of celebrity's put up money to capture the shooter and houston, texas wide receiver hopkins says jasmine reminds him of his own daughter and he will donate his entire paycheck to the playoff game against the colts to the child's family to
pay for funeral expenses, to everyone trying to bring the perpetrators law enforcement and everyone helping, you are all midnight hero's tonight, thank you for trying to get justice for jasmine. we will stay on that case, most-watched, most trusted, most grateful you spent the evening with us, good night from washington, i am shannon bream. my name is jeff sheldon,
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>> i want to start by congratulating nancy pelosi. hopefully will work together. >> even a dollar of wall funding? >> one dollar, one dollar. jillian: it is friday, january 4th, this is "fox and friends first". having at 4:00, a.m.. a taylor two washingtons, donald from hopeful he can work with another democrat held house, the new leader refuses to get on the same page. in washington the fight to fund the border wall is only ramping up. new co