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get ready, it's on. jillian: "fox & friends" starts right now. have a good day. see you tomorrow. >> new policy makes all migrants trying to seek asylum in the u.s. wait in mexico while it plays out 12,500 have registered for temporary asylum and work visas here in mexico. while they almost all entirely plan to head to the u.s. burden. >> the appropriations committee discuss what are the best ways to secure our major's borders. major obstacle in our way is getting house speaker nancy pelosi on board. >> got to be a serious credible offer. her only credible offer -- thought credible, the only offer she put on the table up until now is a dollar. what's nancy pelosi willing to now put on the table. >> democrats on a key house committee targeting religious language. >> draft language on the committee natural resources take the word so help me god out of the witness oath. >> record breaking. >> colder in minneapolis and other parts of the midwest
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than it is on mount everest. ♪ never look back steve: welcome to the number one show in the united states, the 30th day of january, 2019, and the number one topic everybody is talking about, the weather. i was just looking at the wind chill map, northern plains, some spots 60 below zero. right this second it is 60 below zero with the wind chill in minnesota. ainsley: we have been expecting it for some days now. every morning i wake up and walk outside bundled. it's not that cold but it's coming. steve: it's cold in the northern plains. look at minneapolis. brian: one of the reporters totally covered up except their eyes. steve: i saw that too. steve: at the end of the show they will have that covered. brian: just the zipper on your coat is dangerous.
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steve: it is. if you are living in the northern plains. good to d.a. to stay inside and watch tv. brian: hug somebody. steve: just have your faucet just dripping a little bit so your pipes don't freeze. ainsley: that's a big story. shutdown a big story. abortion bill as big story. get to all of that and what is happening down on the southern border. steve: that's right. straight to a fox news alert. white house sending migrants back to mexico. a new policy as they await asylum in the united states. policy started on friday. ainsley: that's not stopping three separate caravans from marching closer to our border. brian: numbers are tremendous. griff jenkins is alive on the ground in mexico city. speaking with some of the people. hoping to make their way to the u.s. griff, it is a reunion for you for some of these people because they were in the original caravan still hanging out. >> that's right. and that new policy is having those migrants think twice where they may try to cross. this is exclusive look inside the largest shelter in mexico city. inside a sports arena. you see two tents behind me.
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here is a third. and they are just sleeping. i'm going to let steve and our cameraman be respectful but give you a look there are 2673 caravan migrants in this area. we spoke with many of them who actually began this journey when we were in honduras in january 15th. so they have been going for a few weeks. they are getting shelter, obviously. you see the blankets they have been given and mats. they have hot food and heck healthcare here in addition to the 12,000 that registered legally for temporary work visa. when it comes to new policy to remain in mexico, the migrant protection protocols as secretary nielsen calls it we talked to one guy carlos noon gross from honduras it will change where he will try to cross illegally. listen. >> the united states they have a new policy remain in mexico and it's just in tijuana. and that's part of your decision to go somewhere
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else? [inaudible] >> why not tijuana? >> lots of people already there. they had a lot of problems. ugly. griff: we have seen some of the migrants who did register legally part of this. making their way towards the u.s. border. , this of course, with possibly a change of where they are going to try to cross is going to be a bigger problem for the border patrol as they prepare for these many migrants on the way to cross into the u.s. probably in the next week or so. these migrants will get up on the u.s. border. guys? steve: all right. griff jenkins live this morning in mexico city where a couple thousand people are sleeping in that tent behind him. three caravans, 12,000 people. and that is why the definition department says we still need those active duty troops on our southern border. currently 2300 serving the united states. ainsley: mexico is saying you can stay here.
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we would love for you to stay here but many are deciding to continue up north. brian: looks like a crisis to me for all those people who need a place to go and a country to live. in meanwhile, it starts today it's the sprint to coming up with a deal next three weeks to avoid another shutdown president forced to do an emergency action. can 17 people with nothing in common find a way forward when it comes to building some type of border security? i am somewhat optimistic because republicans already acquiesced in a major way. the democrats said yeah, you have some good points but i'm not going to talk to you until you reopen the government. they reopened the government. now it's time to talk so i think democrats can honestly say they got what they wanted and i think republicans, if they can walk out with border security and a barrier built, they might be able to say they got what they wanted. ainsley: it we put that graphic up again. the conference committee, they convene this afternoon to either work out a deal or
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face serious risk of another shutdown. now, they bring their different ideas to the take and then hopefully they can unify house and senate bill come up with some sort of a bill that they will take back to their chambers and present to their respective boyd's. if both chambers are in sync it can be sent to the president for a signature. but, nancy pelosi would have to bring it up in the house. steve: she holds all the cards. the starting points is they want $5.7 billion for a wall and security. but, what is interesting while a number of democrats are against the wall, they are willing to talk about that gray area of border security where some sort of a barrier can be called different things by each side. the republicans would call it a wall the democrats would call it a fence, which is a win for both of them. but, nonetheless, ainsley, to your point, steve scalise the house minority whip says right now a lot of the cards are in the hands of nancy pelosi who said last week
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would not negotiate until they open the government. okay. government is open. time to negotiate. right? watch this. >> it's got to be a serious credible offer. her only credible offer -- not credible. only offer she put on the table was a dollar neil. it was a you ludicrous gesture she would support a dollar for border security. let's talk serious. what is your offer, if it's not 5.7 billion which is what the experts said. what is your number and are you willing to back it up. are you willing to secure the border and give our border patrol agents ice agents the tools that they need? brian: reported that about 60 democrats are supportive of some type of barrier. steny hoyer, physical barriers are part of the solution u democrat went further and said i give the president all 5.7 billion. gutierrez of illinois really disagrees with the president on everything said he would be willing to make a deal for daca on that.
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so, adam schiff says the wall in itself is not a bad idea. i like the israeli model of a solid wall so effective. border patrol said we love the steel slats. democrats have said the fence we did approve. there is a lot of area here they can get something done. steve: comes down to what each sides end up calling it. a fence, a wall, a barrier. they can picture words and have a win. each side needs to win otherwise on february 15th, we are back to, you know, where we started from. ainsley: we will keep following that story. let's talk about reproductive health and the rights of women. you heard governor cuomo and what happened in new york women can carry a child all the way to the day of birth and then decide to not have that baby. down in virginia they are talking about something similar. listen to this. >> how late in the third trimester could a physician perform an abortion if he indicated it would impair
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the mental health of the woman? >> so, i mean, through the third trimester. third trimester goes all the way up to 40 weeks. >> but to the end of the third trimester. >> yep. we don't have the limit in the bill. >> where it's obvious the woman is about to give birth. physical signs she is about to give birth. would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion if she was so certified? >certified? she is dilating? >> mr. chairman, that would be, you know, a decision that the doctor, the physician and the woman would make. >> i'm understanding, i'm asking if your bill allows that. >> my bill would allow that yes. steve: that is virginia delegate cathy tran i believe of fairfax. she is a democrat. she is proposing this bill that would allow abortions up until the moment of birth. the repeal act as it's called would eliminate all
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existing restrictions on abortion in virginia and as have you heard right there, right up to the moment of birth. you could abort the baby. and it is a baby. it's a baby that they would have toe terminate right there. ainsley: i was reading articles about it this morning and having pictures of babies just being born. if you have ever had a baby, my gosh, it's the best experience of your life. when they hand that you child it changes your life in a major way. this is beyond -- this is so hard for me to wrap my head around. listen, i know women have complications. i lost a friend. she was diagnosed with cancer and she got pregnant and ended up losing the baby and ended up losing her life. i know there are certain circumstances. it's the best day of your life when you hold that child. and there are so many women out there that want children. i have so many people in my life that weren't able to have kids. girls in my bible study and people down south that i'm friends with that want babies so badly. there are some women out there that would love to
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take these children. it's just hardtop pick because the day they put hayden in my arms is the best day. other than my salvation the day i got saved. it was the b.s. day of my life. steve: it's the law in the new york state and could be the law in the commonwealth of virginia. brian: all right now. 11 minutes after the top of the hour. what do you think of that? looks like virginia is debating do exactly what new yorkers are doing. here is jillian mele with other breaking news. jillian: get you caught up on some of the other stories we are following. we begin with this. record-breaking cold. sweeping the midwest city seeing life-threatening temperatures with wind chills as cold as 65 below. in chicago, incredible video off the river freezing over. the windy city setting fires on train tracks to fix rails separated by extreme cold. the governors of wisconsin, illinois and michigan have declared a state of emergency. venezuela's opposition leader face protest today among tuitions.
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guaido supported by the u.s. says democracy will be restored to his country. >> democracy for the region is crucial. and this is very clear to president trump u waking up from that nightmare and we're waking up to dream. dream and prosperous venezuela. jillian: president trump tweeting moments ago disputed president maduro is willing to negotiate with opposition in venezuela following u.s. sanctions and the cutting off of oil revenues. guaido is being targeted by venezuelan supreme court. massive protest expected today. americans should not travel to venezuela until further notice. 37 cases of the measles confirmed in the state of washington. at least 32 of those patients never got the vaccination. governor jay endsley declaring a state of emergency. health officials are urging immunization. will parents are allowed to opt out of required vaccinations. reporter gets a question of the lifetime to ask bill belichick a question.
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he does not disappoint. listen to this. >> kind of a unique question with the social media. can i come up there and take a selfie with you, coach? would that be okay? >> yeah. yeah, we will get that later, all right? >> maybe if i got in front of podium and you wave waved? >> next question. >> normally stone faced coach crack ago smile at the super bowl news conference. no word if he actually took the selfie which i'm dying to know. just the fact that the reporter got him to smirk. steve: got to get back to you. 3, 2, 1. he didn't know h he was getting punked. steve: that's media day. brian: answer was a no. the big story is bill belichick almost smiled. when he normally looks like he is going to nod off. meanwhile straight ahead, back to politics. kamala harris taking a hard
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♪ brian: senator kamala harris kicking off presidential campaign far left medical care to gun control to climate change. man, where is she coming
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from. here to weigh in former ceo and presidential writer for george w. bush and republican strategist ned ryun. ned, can you believe the attention she got and the attention she has. >> absolutely. can you call it tunism and hypocrisy. kamala harris has understood the dynamics of where the democratic party is right now. power and grassroots muscle and money is with the far left. you have to swear allegiance to their entire litany of ideas or don't bother running for the 2020 primary. she understands where the party is at. she decide nond is going to outflank her to the left. brian: no kidding. an example her on medicare. where do you stand about health insurance? >> well, i will tell you. what. brian: let's listen to her. >> okay. >> we need to have medicare for all. access to healthcare is a -- it should not be thought of as a privilege it should be understood to be a right. brian: she went on to say goodbye private insurance and all those jobs.
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>> at least she is being honest, brian, about what the left has always wanted. they have always wanted single pair. i give her credit for that be honest. they want to eliminate private insurance and single pairs. her ideas on healthcare is to the left of british labor part and french socialist. i don't see the american people ready for that in addition to that how with regoing to pay for 3.2 trillion in additional cost. revenue for the government was 3.2 trillion and we were 800 billion in deficit. brian: she weighed in on guns, here she is. >> you can be in favor of the seconds amendment and also understanding that there is no reason in a civil society that we have assault weapons around communities that can kill babies and police officers. brian: the assault ban was there for clinton. hasn't been there since. >> right. well, i will tell you, brian, i refuse to take anybody seriously, whether it's kamala harris or anybody else on the left who
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are advocating what you guys talked about in the previous segment in killing full born babies. they are butchers and promoted a culture of death. when you look at the fbi statistics you are likel twice s likely to be beaten by fists than being shot. >> i support a green new deal and i will tell you why. climate change is existential threat to us as and we have got to deal with the reality of it. brian: 10 seconds. weigh in on that. >> well it would annihilate our economy and cost trillions of dollars based on quasireligious belief on man made global warming and try to restructure our entire economy and society and try to get us to renewables in 10 years. that's impossible, brian. brian: one of the other person that believes that is mike bloomberg you have got to be realistic. >> thanks, brian. brian: two houston police
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you heard his powerful message after five houston police officers were injured and shot while serving a search warrant monday night in houston. >> we are sick and tired of having targets on our back. we are sick and tired of having dirt bags trying to take our lives when all we are trying to do is protect this community and protect our families. enough is enough. if you are the ones throughout spreading the rhetoric that police officers are the enemy. just know we all have your number now. we will be keeping track of all of y'all and we will make sure we hold you accountable every time you stir the pot on our police officers. brian: joe gamaldi joins us right now. we understand you and understand the emotion as well and thoroughly relate to it here on this couch. i was wondering who you are speaking. to say who did you have in mind when you said that? you said you know how are? >> i'm talking to the talking heads on some of these mainstream media
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outlist. i'm talking to the activists who have severely just made our officers the enemy. they have put targets on our backs. the statistics show it we have seen 50% increase from 2013 to 2016 in officers being killed by gunfire. what was that seminole moment that changed it all 2014 when we had hands up don't shoot in ferguson. which, by the way was a completely false narrative. and they continue to beat the drum on that. and you know what? it was a please farce. don't take my word for it go ahead and look at the report that eric holder and the obama administration released from their justice department that said it was a complete myth, in the meantime we have been cast as the bad guys. we are sick and tired of it and enough is enough. steve: joe, we kind of know how are talking about. we have seen those sound bites on television. what is their agenda? ultimately what's the goal? the agenda reduce police and further drive a wedge in the
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communities we love. we are throughout serving and putting our lives on the line every single day because we love our communities. they want to reduce our legitimacy, they want to drive a wedge and we are not going to let it happen. i'm asking every single police union, leader across the country speak up when people start these harmful narratives. make sure would hold them accountable. it's funny because everybody wants to increase accountability on police officers which is a good thing and we welcome it yet, when i say accountability to talking heads in the media or activists suddenly it's a four letter word and nobody wants to use it you know what? we are going to hold you accountable and call you out when you are lying on our officers and call you out when you are trying to drive a wedge between us and our community. we are not going to let it happen anymore. ainsley: you are unapologetic. you are speaking your mind and a lot of people are patting you on the back. i'm sure you got that yesterday thank you, someone needed to do this. what's been the response? >> the response has just been overwhelming and really
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all i was trying to do at the hospital the other day is vocalize what every single police officer at that hospital was feeling, every single police officers on this department was feeling and every single police officer in this country has been feeling. we have been painted with targets on our backs. we are going out there because we love our communitier single day and we want it to stop. we are sick and we are tired and enough is enough. and if some of these folks got offended by what i said because i asked for accountability. you know, it's amazing how many people got offended. if the shoe fits, go ahead and wear it. brian: real quick, what do you say to people who say in the past law enforcement has been disproportionately unfair to minorities? >> you know, we have heard that narrative for quite a long time. but the statistics show and i will reference "the washington post" who keeps tracks of statistics as far as officer-involved shootings. we have had 50 million citizen contacts in this country last year and it's probably closer to
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200 million because not all of them are documented when we interact with the public yet we only had 995 people that were shot and killed by law enforcement. only 47 of which which were unarmed and anybody who puts on a gun belt and vest knows that unarmed people can hurt you just as much as somebody with a weapon. and the fact of the matter is, a small minority -- just a small group of those were minorities that were shot by officers that one armed. it's just the statistics don't bear it out. the fact of the matter is we are doing a great job every single day protecting our communities and it's high time we tell the public that. steve: indeed. the public is interested in the injured officers. what's their status right now. >> from where we were the other day to where we are now is nothing short of a miracle. these five officers are so brave and we already have two that have been released from the hospital. another tomorrow. the other two are in critical condition. they are stable. but what we are asking for from the entire country is
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please keep those officers and families in your thoughts and prayers and we are confident they will pull through and make it through this. steve: joe, thank you very much. ainsley: thanks, joe. donate to help families of the injured officers. the website is assist out brian: meanwhile coming up straight ahead. ainsley: tulsi gabbard's presidential campaign is only a few days old but already running in trouble on the trail. steve: negotiating on the hill bipartisan committee starts new talks on securing the border. could something actually be done this time or, jason chaffetz, we ask him is the government going to close again the day after valentine's day? ♪ ♪ i know that every single time that i suit up,
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>> as you wake up this morning and thinking man it's cold outside, you are right. life threatening cold temperatures are sweeping the midwest at this hour. wind chill values dipping as low as 65 degrees below zero in parts of minnesota right now. ainsley: that's amazing. wisconsin, michigan and illinois all under a state of emergency. >> meteorologist cody matts from our affiliate in minneapolis where it's minus 27 degrees and feels like negative 53 joins us live from out in the cold. cody, first off. sorry. >> it's minnesota so we are kind of used to this. we are coming out from inside just because folks here know the drill. we know that we shouldn't spend more than a few minutes outside. and this is a wet t-shirt. as i'm talking you are going to watch this thing freeze in a couple minutes time.
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we have five or six inches of snow on the ground here in the twin cities metro. similar story across most of the midwest. waking up to minus 27 which is the coldest actual air temperature in the twin city 1996. not just the actual air temperature that's the issue. it's the dangerous wind chills of 40 to 65 below zero. coldest wind chill in the metro at minus 57. coldest since the late 1970s. it's certainly something we haven't seen in quite some time. to put this into perspective. it's actually cold enough for the usps to actually not deliver mail. they have cancelled mail service in the state of minnesota. much of wisconsin, iowa and western illinois as this cold snap rolls southward. more than 60 million people in the you were midwest and great lakes are affected with subzero temperatures. and unfortunately as the sunrises, it's not going to get a whole lot better with an expected high here, a
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high temperature of minus 17. there is some folks in the south that have never seen minus 17 and we're only going to get to a high. meanwhile the north and south pole warmer than the state of minnesota right now. in fact a temperature a at a couple of the observations in ant ar antarctica minus 12. here is the good news as this whole thing progresses today is the worst of it tomorrow we start to improve and by saturday we may actually see 40 degrees in minneapolis and, of course, that's above zero. now, to give. ainsley: no way. >> look at t-shirt was wet and you could fold it. not so foldable anymore. rock solid in about 90 seconds. steve: unbelievable. cody matz. thank you very much for the live report. please go back inside the building. brian: he doesn't seemed bothered by it. steve: is he a tough guy. is he from minnesota. hello.
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brian: fantastic. steve: janice dean from minute society. he also pointed out it's colder in minnesota right now than it is at the north pole. janice: it's craziness. where are from you. >> mark and debbie sarasota, florida. janice: what are you doing here? >> enjoying the new york weather. janice: coldest will come tomorrow. when you leaving. >> friday morning. janice: can i come with you. >> absolutely. janice: excellent answer. cold air across the northern plains and you were midwest is going to sweep across the northeast tomorrow. we will not see the wind chills like we see in minnesota where we are dealing with minus 50-degree wind chills. close to minus 60. some areas overnight tonight could reach minus 70 in the wind chill. that's what it feels like. you really can't be outside for longer than minutes because your face will freeze in these types of temperatures. so, here is your frigid air mass. morning lows. these are not wind chills. in some cases minus 30. minus 38. you get the picture, flirting with historic low temperatures. good news is as our friend
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in minnesota said by the weekend things will rebound. we just need to get through the next couple days. come huddle with me. come hug me. this is how we keep warm. brian: by the way. i take full credit for this. that was my idea as a country if we hug we will not be cold u. ainsley: he made florida georgia line famous and invented hugging and yesterday he told us he inventinged walking. >> can i change my position on the couch. steve: you need boots. brian: you are here to talk about something extremely valuable 17 people getting together in the hopes within three weeks beginning today to come to some type of agreement on border security. i'm seeing some things that show people can keep their pride, keep their position and get a deal. am i naive? >> i am really optimistic about this. first of all, you are not a sane, rationale person if you think can you secure the border without some sort of barrier.
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steve: right. >> the president has been on the right side of this issue. a lot of democrats actually want to go to this place. we are really down to semantics. what they have to do is make sure. it's already been authorized. in congress you have to authorize things and then you have to appropriate money. we are in the appropriation phase. it's already been authorized. you just have to appropriate it what the democrats and nancy pelosi wants to do is add a striking or limitation amendment that doesn't allow the president to flexibility to use that money to build a physical barrier. as long as they don't get that language in there and they plus up the money to actually get then they can actually do it. ainsley: how long will it take? we are three weeks away from a possible shutdown. >> six months late from doing it already. they can do this as swiftly as possible. they can take their sweet old time. congress usually gravitates to deadlines. but a pivotal point will be ties with a state of the union. and then the funding by the 15th. i mean, hopefully you get it done before that. steve: something else we wanted to ask you about is apparently so help me god is going to be taken from the
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oath of a very important so help you god is going to be taken from the oath in one of the house committees. >> yeah. in the house of representatives, you have rules that overlay everybody. but then each committee has their own set of rules. and by default they just keep going from congress to congress. in the oversight committee it was do you swear to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help you god? that would normally roll over. natural resources committee chaired by raúl from arizona is taking out the so help you god part of this. it's a conscious decision. i think it's a negative on those. what you are trying to do is put pressure on those wednesdays to make sure they understand the gravity of it and also if you lie to congress there is consequences. for him to take out. it's the in the toe of our nation. it's right there when did you go on the floor of the house it says that. brian: havhave you ever heard anybody speak up and said they were a little ochingsded by the oath they
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have to take. >take. >> never heard anybody have any issue with it. this is somebody's personal prerogative and the democrats deciding that they don't like god and they want it out of the. brian: do you like that. >> it shouldn't. these are the types of things that sneak in there hoping nobody is paying attention. i think the country is paying attention and i'm glad it's getting attention it's fundamental. ainsley: thank you. brian: see you on radio a little bit later. steve: meanwhile al gore praised the texas town when they switched to 100 percent renewable energy wind and solar back in 2012. >> our duty is to provide them with the lowest possible utility costs. >> and money talks. steve: now that town is paying a big price. the inconvenient truth but the cost of green energy coming up next. brian: plus, all bets are on. first super bowl with legalized sports gambling. what you need to know before making your wager. that story coming up, depending on the city you
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jillian: good morning. back with headlines. fbi joins the search for a missing teenager. pruitt was last seen inside her home on january 13th. next day both of her cell phones pinged 140 miles away in kentucky. her parents say they do not know anyone in kentucky or why their daughter would be there. they also have no reason to believe she ran away. investigation spans four states. days after congresswoman tulsi gabbard announced she is running it for president. a new report shows her campaign is in disarray. according to politico gabbard's manager and consulting firm are leaving her team after this weekend's kickoff. facing trouble back home in hawaii for reportedly
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picking a fight with fellow democrat senator mayse hirono. school administrators turn into viral super stars for epic snow day announcement. check this out. ♪ it's a snow day ♪ a winter cold day ♪ stay home and just play ♪ it's a great family day ♪ jillian: michigan school superintendent ben mainka and kitchen singing to the song hallelujah. it's been 700,000 times. gosh, that's awesome. steve: that's what the kids are saying with a snow day hallelujah. small town in texas winning high praise from al gore and the agreement movement when it made all of its electricity 100 percent renewable back in 2012. >> so i assume that the reason did you this is that
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the two of you are just rabid environmentalists? >> well, not exactly. we are conservative republican. but, you know, our duty to our rate pairs is to provide them with the lowest possible utility cost. >> and money talks. steve: well, al, you are absolutely right. money talks to the tune of nearly $30 million a year which is what the city of georgetown lost when they realized they could not rely on wind for power. that's more than $1,200 per household over four years. chuck devore is vice president of public policy foundation joins us now from austin. the idea was oh we got a lot of sun here, we have a little wind. we will be completely sustainable. but then, suddenly energy got cheap in this country and now the people of georgetown, texas are on the hook and they have to pay a lot more than everybody else in texas. >> that's right. steve, let's look at two things.
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first of all the reason why you know about georgetown and we are even talking about them is that the republican mayor his political decision to go 100 percent renewable attracted the attention of bernie sanders and al gore and the green movement. he has been on television all over the world. here's a huge problem. they are not 100 percent renumber. they are connected to the houston grid. on any given day getting power from coal, natural gas and even nuclear power. if they had their own grid they would have days they would have blackout because the wind doesn't blow every day. that's problem number one. it's based on a fallacy. they are not 100 percent renumber. reunusual. problem number two he said to rate pairs the people of georgetown it's going to be cheaper. it ended up it was more expensive. about $300 per household per year in additional costs. so you have got two strikes there with the mayor of georgetown and the city. steve: if i'm a resident of
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georgetown, texas, chuck, here's what i'm saying how do we get out of this deal? where is the exit ramp from this thing? >> well, they are trying to renegotiate these 2025-year contracts but, of course, that isn't going to come cheap either: i think the main thing is we have to understand that fossil fuels, traditional fuels, natural gas, coal, nuclear power, they are reliable and they are affordable. and when you have elected officials making decisions and posturing politically trying to get credit for those decisions, then it causes them to make bad decisions and the people pay for it. steve: i think that is absolutely right. the people of georgetown would like to have some cheaper juice, no doubt about it. chuck devore, we thank you very much for joining us today. >> thank you. steve: great city from austin, texas. what do you think about that? email us at group of mothers holding a state of the union after president trump's was postponed. >> we feel like the conservative female voice
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has been silenced and we are not willing to stand for that any longer. steve: two of the moms for america are going to join us live. ladies and gentlemen, place your bets. it's the first super bowl where sports gambling is legal nationwide. so what do you need to know before making a wager? we got an expert going to do some splaining coming up. ♪ gambling man ♪ ♪ lookin' better than a body has a right to ♪ ♪ and shakin' me up so applebee's all you can eat is back. now with shrimp. now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood. before discovering nexium 24hr to treat her frequent heartburn, marie could only imagine enjoying freshly squeezed orange juice. now no fruit is forbidden. nexium 24hr stops acid before it starts for all-day, all-night protection.
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brian: as america gears up to watch super bowl 53 in atlanta. sports betting will be bigger than ever thanks to expanded legal betting in the united states. ainsley: steve known as the
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philly godfather joins us now to weigh in on it. hello. i have to ask you out of the gate how did you get that nickname? >> it's a long story, being in the streets and doing a lot of sports betting for over 30 years and winning so much they named me the philly godfather. brian: what changes now now that it is so commonplace in 27 states bills looking to legalize it and 8 states already do. what changes it? >> people will be able to go down to local sports bar and not fear of being paid by local bookie. have a lot more fun in the game. more stake in the game and more of a vested interest. there is a lot more tax rev going to be for all these states. a win-win for everyone. average sports better, states, politicians, everybody. ainsley: let's look at the maps which states have legalized eight states. two states, new york and arkansas have recently have bills that have recently been passed and 27 states
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across the country that have introduced bills that they have not been introduced. what does this mean for las vegas and the gambler? >> i think there will be a east coast west coast destination. vegas will always be a for the super bowl march madness. philadelphia, boston, i think atlantic city is going to be built up very nicely. going to replicate that vegas lifestyle and feeling wall the clubs and great restaurants. it's going to be like an east coast, west coast disney world, disney land and two big destination fuss live on the west coast you will probably end up in vegas for the super bowl east coast atlantic city. brian: still want to go to a place more established for now a place known atlantic city and vegas. what are some of the more events who is going to win and lose and point spread. prop bets. what are more fun bets to look for and do you jump in on thargets so many prop bets. player props.
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so many exotics how many times will trump tweet during the super bowl. over and under is one. will h congratulate by the end 100 on the yes. longest field goal of the game will be greater than trump's approval rating on monday in the rasmussen poll. there is some cool prop bets. ainsley: get the whole family involved. husband loves football and the wife doesn't care about it, she can bet on those things. >> will the game go into overtime? will there be a safety. you name it whatever you want to bet there is hundreds of them. brian: patriots 2.5 points favorite. >> game opens up with the rams 1. favorite. the public moved that line u presently new england 2.5 point favorite. hoping to get 3 and a half on the game. also bet the under in the
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first half. that's basically what i'm looking to bet. i have a future on the patriots 6 to 1 that i gave out on fox business back in the summertime. i'm sitting in a good position. brian: good. i'm betting everything with you. ainsley: philly godfather. thank you. more "fox & friends" coming up. california walnuts. so simple, so good. get the recipes at when a nasty cold won't let you sleep, try new nyquil severe with vicks vapocool and vaporize it. ahhhhh! shhhhh! new nyquil severe with vicks vapocool. the vaporizing, nightime coughing, aching, stuffy head, best sleep with a cold, medicine.
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steve: white house ashipping migrants back to mexico a new policy as they await asylum in the united states. ainsley: not stopping three separate caravans stopping closer to our border. >> 2673 caravan migrants in this area. brian: it starts today. it's the sprint to coming up to a deal within the next three weeks to avoid another shutdown. >> you are not a sane, rational person if you think you can secure the border without some sort of barrier. brian: houston police officers fighting for life this hour after a drug raid. houston officer says this attack has got to stop. >> we put our lives on the community because we love our communities.
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>> religious language. draft proposal on the committee on natural resources that would take the word "so help you god" out of the witness oath ♪ heard about a winter storm. ainsley: school leaders singing hallelujah for a snow day ♪ it's a great family day ♪ ♪ brian: is this new music breaking out a new artist. ainsley: i want to hear that superintendent and principal singing again. steve: hallelujah. when you get the call from the school the kids are going hallelujah, it's a snow day. today across portions of the northern plains it's actually going to be a too cold for school day. temperatures in the negative. the wind chill indexes in the minus 40, 50, i just saw
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a wind chill of minus 65 in northwestern minnesota. ainsley: when you are out in the elements, the cold, that's really cold. when it's cold here, it's doable. but when that wind starts whipping. steve: it's never been that cold here. ainsley: it's the wind that really gets the folks. and i hear that all the time from people in new york. brian: as a country we are getting chapped. steve: today we are. ainsley: vaseline is being sold everywhere. steve: just please be careful. janice is going to have the very latest on the weather in a bit. right now we start this hour with a fox news alert and the white house now sending migrants back to mexico if they want asylum in the united states. it's a new policy. officially started this past friday. ainsley: that's not stopping three separate caravans from marching closer to our border. brian: they are not getting the message. griff jenkins did get the call and he is on the ground in mexico city speaking with some of the people hoping to
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make their way into the u.s. griff, the new policy is they stay there and apply for asylum. griff: yeah. that's right. you know, brian, it's making some of these migrants think twice about where they will cross, because that policy is being put in place right now in the tijuana area. let me show you the numbers of this caravan nearly 13,000 have legally registered for temporary asylum. the numbers have never been that big. in this shelter here in mexico city, the biggest shelter they have got 2673. you see some people milling about. they there is three tents. give you an exclusive look here. we have been the only media here all morning of what it looks like. they are providing blankets, a bit of a cot. good morning. buenas diaz. you can have a look inside. they are lined up next to each other. they register and get a green bracelet so they have track of who is in here. they don't ask for their names. nationality, gender and age. they are given these
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supplies for which they can stay here for perhaps as long as they want. mostly only going to stay for a day or two and continue north towards the u.s. talked to one of the migrants carlos nunes started this journey. he was amongst that group. he says he is going to try to get across that border as soon as possible. listen. >> mexico is doing it differently this time. they are doing the religion stration for asylum. will you do that? >> border guatemala and mexico. >> you register you had with the government. >> yeah. with the government of mexico. tried to go to the united states as soon as possible, man. >> and you can see just down here, this gentleman setting up a fourth tent. they are expecting larger numbers. remember that first caravan in october was 7,000 strong and ended up in tijuana. this is nearly 3,000. part of the nearly 13,000 that are likely trying to make their way north to the u.s. u guys?
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steve: griff jenkins down in mexico where there are currently three caravans 12,000 people headed this way. brian: if mexico doesn't like it maybe they will close up their southern border. ainsley: new president there says he likes it come on in and find work. brian: someone left the gate open last time. steve: something like that. steve: who will be elected president in 2020? abc "the washington post" polling people ask democrats if the primary caucus were held today, who would you vote for? and the result is that right now democrats it's wide open. over half the country democratwise have no preference. only 44%. but then when you look at some specific names. and this was open-ended no clear winner. joe biden 9%. kamala hairs 8. bernie 4.
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president trump has 4. beto. cory booker at 1% right now. brian: probably end up with 25 or 30 people in there. i saw joe biden yesterday on radio said he is in no rush to declare. beto o'rourke is still on that so-called listening tour and looks like bernie sanders could make it official as early as this week. yesterday was the day in which the adult entered the room, i believe, on the democratic side. even though likely independent run, we know he is a democrat. he says he is a democrat. between him and mike bloomberg. they shot down the new green deal. they shot down medicare for all. and they also talked about how how unamerican it is to want to tax billionaires as much as aoc does. steve: unfortunately for mr. bloomberg and mr. schultz, there are a lot of democrats who support the green initiative that aoc have commented on. meanwhile to your point,
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brian, howard schultz, the man who got us to pay 5 bucks for a cup of coffee brilliant businessman, he was on with theview yesterday. they don't like the fact that if he were to run as an independent, he could siphon off democrats and get donald trump elected. listen to the attacks yesterday from the ladies on "the view." >> you have been a lifelong democrat. >> yes. >> are you sure that your policies are not strong enough? >> main thing, said it yesterday that scares me. >> yes. >> your entry into this race will guarantee trump another four years. >> i don't agree with you. >> i know you don't. >> if he runs against a far left progressive person, who is suggesting 60%, 70% tax increases on the rich and a healthcare system we can't pay for. >> i don't know about that. >> president trump is going to get reelected. brian: is he making 100 percent since. these are the old elections we used to have. subtle differences between parties. not people that are
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presenting programs that are unmanageable and sustainable and not practical. that's what bloomberg was saying yesterday. is he a lefty. and that's what schultz is saying yesterday. i feel like if they are going to run stay that way. don't run in the primary different than how you will governor. ainsley: maybe there needs to be three parties. a lot of people do like alexandria ocasio-cortez and those extreme, extreme ideas but most democrats, especially the older democrats are probably more in line with him. steve: you know what? , ainsley, bloomberg has been in three parties, a righty, a lefty, an independent. who knows who he is. he is just rich. brian: self-made success stories and understand america's promise and potential and actually want to spread that opportunity rather than just blow up our whole system. ainsley: you mentioned bloomberg. the governor of the state of new york. you heard what he said this woke governor cuomo was talking about reproductive rights for women. he said he passed the bill.
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everyone walls cheering. they lit up the world trade center. in pink. everyone was cheering because you can have an abortion now all the way up until the very day you are supposed to deliver. and now they are talking about it in the state of virginia. listen to this. >> how late in the third trimester could a physician perform an abortion if he indicated it would impair the mental health of the woman? >> so, i mean, through the third trimester. the third trimester goes all the way up to 40 weeks. >> but to the end of the third trimester. >> yep. i don't think we have the limit in the bill. >> where it's obvious that a woman is about to give birth. she has physical signs that she is about to give birth. would that still be a point at which she could request an abortion if she was so certified? >certified? she is dilating. >> mr. chairman, that would be, you know, a decision that the doctor, the physician and the woman would make. >> i understand, ma'am, i'm asking if your bill allows
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that? >> my bill would allow that yes. steve: the bill would allow it. ainsley: she even had a hard time answering the question. brian: she didn't want to. steve: what she admitted was you can abort a baby as you are dilating flight at the time of birth. ainsley: she wined when he wince said that. steve: attorney general are ready to sign on board. we asked you what you thought. we got a whole bunch of comments. brian: sarah says this. it's out of control. this is truly murder at this point in the pregnancy. ainsley: keith said it's mortifying that people consider a wall immoral when they want to terminate a child who is able to cry. steve: timmy on facebook says these folks have no heart. it's a disgrace. brian: new york did it, virginia is trying to get it done and other states are in their wake. i also heard this is so ironic. they also said studies that show with the advent of the sonogram and the 3-d images that more and more in the next generation coming up now are less likely to go
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for abortion because they see how real the child is. steve: in this bill, cathy tran's bill down in virginia it eliminates the sonogram. ainsley: eliminates the sonogram. in virginia you can have an abortion in the third try mess stefer if your doctor and two additional doctors approve it because maybe it would affect the woman's health. certain situations, whatever. but they are able to get abortions the third pry messster down there. steve: it's just very hard. ainsley: eliminate the doctors. anyone can do it. doesn't matter if the doctors approve or not. steve: email 7:11 in new york city and jillian joins us. jillian: let's start off with this weather that some people are dealing with right now and talking about record breaking cold impacting millions across the midwest. this is new video overnight of the life threatening cold in chicago. in this shot you can see the river freezing over. the governors of wisconsin, illinois, and michigan have declared a state of
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emergency. in minutes, we have a live report from minneapolis where the wind chill could hit 65 below zero. a convicted cop killer set to be executed today. robert jennings was sentenced to death for the 1988 killing of houston police officer elston howard. officer howard was just 24 years old when jennings shot him in the head twice during a robbery attempt. jennings will be the first inmate executed in the u.s. this year. stacey abrams will give the democratic response to president trump's state of the union address. the failed georgia gubernatorial candidate says she is honored to deliver the remarks next week. abrams will be the first black woman in history to make that speech. president trump's state of the union address is tuesday february 5th. the ball girl at a tournament causing a react, if you will, and stomping out a huge bug on the court. the girl taking matter into her own hands at the highland open killing the creepy crawler after player tries shooting it away. after the mighty stomp she takes it off the court with
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bare hands. no word on if that's why she lost oh, that is gross. ainsley: i love that girl committed to her job. i was asked to do. this i will do whatever the player needs. jillian: towel or something. steve: the player was clearly bugged. just saying. ainsley: i know, if the sport they have to do it so fast. run in quickly. brian: one thing about tennis you have to be willing to kill bugs. i have been saying that forever. steve: once again, a trailblazer. president trump tweeting about the bipartisan committee meeting at 1:30 today on border security saying it's a waste of time without disgusting a wall. kevin mccarthy next. ainsley: police aren't letting this cold go. elsa is under arrest. hayden, cover your eyes. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ can't hold you back anymore ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ turn away and slam the door ♪ i don't care
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♪ ♪ steve: today on capitol hill that 17-member bipartisan committee tasked with putting together a border package to avoid another shutdown on november 15th
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gets ready to meet for the first time at 1:30 this afternoon. moments ago, president trump weighing in tweeting: if the committee of republicans and democrats now meeting on border security is not discussing or contemplating a wall or physical barrier, they are wasting their time. joining us now on capitol hill is kevin mccarthy. mr. leader, it's clear that the president, who has got to sign this thing, if there is not a wall or physical barrier, they are wasting their time true in all the meetings prior to this president put up four different options the speaker nancy pelosi and schumer would always say i cannot discuss anything until you open up the government. if you open up the government, we will discuss about border security. and that meant the wall and barrier it's really going to be on the democrats though made this promise today at 1:30 when they walk into the that room if they have the
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same language that is wrong. this san opportunity to solve this problem. to listen to what the experts have said where the speaker pelosi would not listen to the experts and let's solve this problem and make sure we are safe and secure along our border. steve: that would be great there is a gray area it comes down to semantics. you might call it a wall. you might call it a border fence. for a democrat who is trying to figure a way to say okay. let's just not have another one of these government shutdowns, it's a metal thing that stands between mexico and the united states and it's 18 feet tall but i'm not going to call it a wall or a fence. >> i'm looking for safety and security over semantics. i don't care what they call it but it has to be a babier. it has to protect. i'm an individual that comes from california. so i know the difference when we were able to put the wall down along san diego, it saved us more than 95%. same thing with huma. same thing, el paso became the safest major city in america. it's able to work and we know it and that's what the experts say.
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steve: congressman mccarthy, as you look at the slate of democrats on the other side. who do you think is most likely to be receptive to what the president is suggesting? >> you know, i'm not sure when i look across but i don't know who they are going to take their orders from, if they are in there, they are all part of the appropriations committee. this is an appropriation bill. this is supposed to be a conference the way government works. i will be open-minded right now. let them have all an opportunity to walk. in but they have got find a solution at the end of the day. and all those people in there have voted for the wall before in appropriations. the real question is will they give enough resources to make our border secure. remember what we are talking about one tenth of 1% of our entire budget. steve: absolutely. it's a drop in the proverbial congressional budget it all depends on whether or not they are think going i vote for this i will give donald trump a win and they don't want to do that. >> take politics out of it. steve: mr. leader, thank you very much. >> thank you. steve: good luck today. meanwhile, it's been more
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for the 17th straight year nielsen media research fox is the most watched cable network beyond news for 31 straight months. "fox & friends" marks 207 months as the number one cable morning show. all thanks to you guys, our viewers and now thanks to this woman for all she does. ainsley: thank you, brian. and thank you to all of how do make us number one. we are so appreciative. on the night president trump is slated to speak to the nation conservative grassroots organization called moms for america decided to hold their own state of the union event. >> the conservative every day common sense moms of this nation are not being heard. we have come here tonight to give them a voice. >> we are tired of being silent. we feel like the conservative female voice has been silenced and we are not willing to stand for that any longer. ainsley: joining me now is moms for america president
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on the left kimberly fletcher and vice president karen vaughn. you know karen vaughn, gold star mom, mother of a navy seal. thank you both for being with us. >> thank you. ainsley: you started the organization and you wanted to give the state of the union address for moms. why was that so important for you? >> well, when the -- when it was cancelled or postponed or however you want to say it, we were really frustrated because we want to hear what the president has to say. we want to talk about what the state of the union is. i don't think there is anyone who has more understanding of the state of our union than the mothers for america who are very concerned about the way our nation is going. we don't have a voice. this was our opportunity to have a voice. the media wants to hear all the radical left women who are out there. the majority of women in this country are mothers who care about their children, our country and culture. this was an opportunity for us to be heard. ainsley: karen, how did it go? how many women spoke? tell us about the event. >> we brought together five women carefully select sod we could cover a wide aspect of america and what's happening right now. we had an angel wife, a gold
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star wife. we had a family law attorney so we could talk about the state of the family because that's what's important to us as moms. and you know, it just went fan fantastic and actually, ainsley, it resonated because almost a quarter of a million people have watched that video already. and we are just thrilled because, you know, people keep dismissing the common every day mother in america. the conservative mother. not the radical like kimbler said. and so it's wonderful to know that our voice is resonating. the messages we got last night were astounding. what do i need to do to get in this organization? how can i donate? ainsley: i was thinking the same thing. >> what we did is we didn't bring in celebrities. they're important and they have their role but what we wanted to do yesterday was bring in every day moms out there fighting for their families. so that's what happened. and i think that's why it's resonating so well. ainsley: moms are so precious. they can influence the kids.
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we were talking during the commercial break up until 5 years old the mom has such influence of course for the lifetime ages 1 through 5. 70% is already established during those years. it is such an important role. and i was -- i know you told our producers you said they can fight. they can't get along in d.c. and they can bicker but we have to get our families together. we have to play an important role in our kid's lives. and you paid the ultimate sacrifice. your son died fighting for this country. the direction of this country is changing. how do you wrap your head around it. >> ainsley, that is why i do what i do. i can't tolerate. i have this phrase i say all the times. i can't september the changes i can't change it's to change the things i can't accept. i cannot accept these laws being passed in states like new york and now virginia does this. it's just like this domino effect of how radical, how far out can would he be? how much can we funneled mondayy
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dismantle the culture of our nation. i'm not going to sit do i bye and watch that happen. my son erin an aaron and 1.3 otr sons of daughters gave their lives for american way of life. i can't watch that be sidetracked. i say all the time i will fight until by dying breathe here he died fighting for outlines our borders. ainsley: beautiful. >> we have the chance to turn this around in one generation. i want them to realize the powerful influence they have in their homes and communities and our nation. we can turn this around in one generation. and if we start focusing back on those things that those who are trying to destroy our country are focusing on. we are going to have a major impact on our country and culture. ainsley: thank you so much and making this an important issue. god bless you. >> and god bless everything you do. ainsley: if people want to get involved how can they do that? mom's march u.s.a. doubt come.
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♪ brian: some midwest cities seeing colder temperatures today than the north pole. steve: that's right. wisconsin, michigan, illinois, all currently under states of emergency because it's so cold. ainsley: it's so cold in minneapolis, especially. ray bogan is there live where wind chills could drop as low as negative 65.
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ray. we can just see your eyes. it's so cold outside. >> yeah. good morning. the reason i'm so covered up is because at temperatures like, this it's current buy about negative 28 with a wind chill of negative 51. you can get frost bite within about five minutes. you can see it's very quiet outside right now in downtown minneapolis, the temperatures are absolutely brutal. it cuts right through your gloves. it cuts right through your boots. and it gets real cold real quick. now you may wonder how does a city like minneapolis, go ahead, brian, my man. how does a city like minneapolis keep itself up and running when it's so cold out? well, this is how. it's called the minneapolis sky way system. it goes for about 9.5 miles and covers 83 city blocks. so, think about this for a moment. you could get in your car in an attached garage at your house, get in the car and drive to underground parking garage and then walk in to the skyway system and into
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your office. so you can essentially get to work in the morning without taking a single step outside. now, here it is, this is in minneapolis convention center. and people have been going through it throughout the morning. it opens nice and early at 6:00 a.m. and then here we are. i also want to show you one more thing. this is frozen chicago river. you can see how brutal it is out there. you know, the u.s. postal service has suspended mail delivery today in 8 different states. there are many school districts, thousands of schools around the region that have shutdown. thousands of flights have been cancelled or delayed. it is very, very cold out there, extremely dangerous. however, the national weather service for this region says on saturday it's supposed to be in the 30's, so there is some consolation back there if you at this point in time back to you. steve: crazy when 30's sound wrong. thank you very much for giving us a tour of the
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skyway. ainsley: thanks, ray. steve: remember when we were at the convention in minneapolis we took those everywhere. brian: i don't know it was nine miles. steve: i bet it gets a lot of use today. all right. meanwhile, speaking of the extreme weather janice joins us right now with one person because it's not that cold here. where from you. >> liz harris from chandler, arizona. janice: what are you doing here in frigid new york? >> i'm not sure. it's cold. janice: no wonder you moved to arizona. >> i'm originally from this area and i went to arizona because of the weather. janice: i don't blame you girlfriend. take a look at the maps. not as cold as the midwest where our friend ray was but holy moly we are going to flirt with all time record lows. already the seventh coldest in chicago right now. the soldest was minus 27 in 1985. that's why we are saying the coldest weather in decades. current conditions. you have the air temperature international falls of minus 34. feels like minus 54 in
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international falls. minus 52 is what it feels like in minneapolis and folks in chicago minus 49. yes, we are going to be talking about this with our grand kids. here is the wind chill minus 30 to minus 70 degrees is what it is going to feel like in purple areas and come right into the northeast tomorrow. not as bitter as it is right now across the you were upper gt lakes. by this time tomorrow it's going to feel like minus 10 in new york with just single digits as the air temperature. are you saying hi to your friends people see you on tv. >> people see me on tv. they know i was heading there hello to my daughter abigail and son. and husband. janice: very well rehearsed. give me a hug. everyone who comes together. ainsley: beautiful names. abigail, harrison. janice: ainsley says your name is beautiful. steve: wear some gloves. it's freezing out there. five houston police officers were shot yesterday during a
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drug raid gone bad. two are still in critical condition. but the union president, joe gamaldi caught our attention yesterday because he was calling out the people who were going on television and have stirred up all this anti-cop rhetoric. well, he joined us just about an hour ago. and he still is calling them out because this has got to stop. >> you know, the agenda is to reduce police legitimacy and to further drive a wedge between the communities we love. we love our community. we're out there serving. we are out there putting our lives on the line every single day and i'm asking every single police union leader and chief across the country to speak up when people start these harmful narratives u make sure that we hold them accountable. and we are going to call you out when you are trying to drive a wedge between us and our community. we are not going to let it happen anymore. brian: it has a residual effect of the last 8 years where there was one incident after the other truly, i think, unfairly beating up
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on law enforcement. last year the numbers were way too high with fatalities, as well as shootings. just seems to be a fundamental disrespect towards law enforcement. and he has had it. but he says in houston they have a great relationship with their community and that's where he was speaking. ainsley: so many people have had it up to here, too. everywhere you go in new york when we thank our police officers i can't believe the rhetoric now and they don't feel like they are appreciated. they take off their uniforms. they don't feel as loved as they used to and things do need to change. steve: it was a terrible shooting yesterday. two of the officers are still in critical condition. if you would like to contribute, the website is assist the brian: meanwhile, jillian mele needs to assistance when it comes to the news. jillian: good morning. this story doesn't sit well with a lot of people no motive that's the final verdict from the fbi more than a year after the las vegas massacre. the feds say the shooter steven paddock wanted
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notoriety for killing 58 people and may have been inspired by bank robbing father. the report though as i mentioned is not enough for some survivors. >> it's just sick. it just hurts, you know. not knowing what was in his head? why did he do this to so many people? why did he hurt so many people? jillian: paddock killed himself after carrying out the 2017 concert attack. deadliest shooting in modern u.s. history. baltimore's top prosecutor will no longer prosecute people for marijuana possession. the state's attorney says it will help improve police community relations and let officers devote more time to more serious crimes. police do not support the decision. the states' attorney also trying to avoid nearly 5,000 marijuana convictions. michael bloomberg take as swipe at democrats including alexandria ocasio-cortez for pushing the green new deal. former new york city mayor and potential 2020 candidate
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saying, quote: you have to have realistic things. we are not overnight going to change everything we do. bloomberg making the comments at a manufacturing plant in new hampshire. the bill would eliminate most of the fossil fuel consumption in the u.s. and as temperatures drop below freezing in the midwest, police in illinois are throwing the queen of cold behind bars. ♪ let it go ♪ let it go ♪ can't hold you back anymore ♪ let it go jillian: the police department hoping to warm up the mood recirculating these photos on facebook of frozen's queen elsa getting handcuffed. the department also saying, quote: all criminal activity and acts of stupidity and foolishness has been cancelled. that's a look at your headlines. ainsley: that's really funn funny. queen of cold. steve: i think it could be traumatic for some fans of frozen. ainsley: that's true. before i heard your story and saw the picture what did she do? she is dressed up in a
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costume and get arrested? no. jillian: queen of cold that's it. brian: is there a sequel. >> we are working on it. steve: they are working on the sequel to frozen in the northern plains right now. brian: taken way too long. steve: thank you, jillian. 18 minutes before the top of the hour. one former teacher standing alone after her school board tried banning the pledge of allegiance. >> indivisible. with liberty and justice for all. [pounding] steve: she made a stand and thought school is changing course that teacher is live here coming up shortly. brian: remember debbie wasserman schultz's former ita and missing server. new book exposing the coverup behind that major scandal. the author joins us ♪ ♪ all fired up, ♪ fired up ♪ fired up ♪ i switched to stimulant-free miralax for my constipation.
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jillian: good morning to you. welcome back. quick headlines now. they say the nose knows that's how police caught this burglar after finding his sock. caught on camera stealing the super bowl in the u.k. and leaving the sock behind. he tried using it as a glove to cover his tracks. but he ended up too long the exact opposite. he will spend three years in jail. these thieves try and fail stealing a huge tv have from a dallas home. they clearly didn't think about how to get it in thurston suv because it wouldn't fit. the two men finally gave up and walked the tv right back into the house. they are on the run. brian? >> 14 minutes before the top of the hour. brand new book exposing one of the biggest scandals in history. unraveling of the coverup of former dnc chairwoman debbie wasserman schultz's disgraced it guy. and the missing democratic
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house server. investigative reporter luke rosiak has been working on this the past two years and pulling back the curtain on capitol hill brand new book called "obstruction of justice how the deep state risk national security to protect the democrats." okay. who is this guy and guys? >> this is the true story of foreign meddling and collusion and doesn't have to do with russia. this is a pakistani guy hired by democrats and he hacked congress. right at the same time that whole russia and wikileaks thing is starting. the democrats decide to cover it up. nancy pelosi really just becomes this operator. and this book goes into great detail. it's interesting how pelosi the other day suggested remarkably that donald trump is being blackmailed by vladimir putin. that's quite a thing to say right that a president is being blackmailed with no evidence. this book, i think, really would convince anyone who is reading it that nancy pelosi and democrats very well may be currently being blackmailed by these pakistani guys that have access to all their data. brian: a pack stainy
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congressional how did he get to debbie wasserman schultz's staff. >> however he first got into congress he eventually got control of all the emails and files of the fifth of members of congress. brian: one out of every five democratic member of congress? >> absolutely. the worst part for me is this started as a story about this guy. by the end of it was a story about nancy pelosi basically manipulating the levers of power rigging an investigation at the fbi and doj to conceal. this. brian: what were they trying to hide? >> the specter of blackmail is still looms in the air and the other thing is just controlling the russian narrative. it's just amazing how nancy pelosi was actually -- actually this was discovered originally by the house inspector general originally appointed by nancy pelosi. when this investigator brings this to light nancy pelosi turns on her own investigator and one of her operatives frames this woman on ethics charges and drives her out of government. i began investigating this case and really no one knows about it because of this massive campaign of
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manipulation. brian: here's the problem. they are the minority u where was the majority. where was john boehner and paul ryan? >> paul ryan, they were running circles arranged these guys. democrats are so good at what they do and republicans can't keep up. nancy pelosi was doing. this can you imagine what she is going to do now that she is in the majority. brian: what do you think he knows that they didn't want out potentially? so they were able to get into their computers of 40 democratic congressman unsuspectingly, debbie wasserman schultz brought them in and he would service their computers. >> he had access to everything that was on the computers. he had ties to foreign governments. it's frightening stuff. i'm out there following the clues and running around d.c. and picking through people's trash cans at 3:00 in the morning pieces through clues. shredded financial documents soaking in the juice at the bottom of a trash can. putting it together like the most disgusting puzzle you ever saw. doing old fashioned government accountability work that everyone else is off russia, russia, russia.
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the true story involves pakistan and worse than any of us ever expected. brian: pick up obstruction of justice available now on following this story but not like you. you are bringing it to a new level. thank you so much. >> thanks for having me. brian: amazing people can get away with that. democrats are not backing down when it comes to the wall. >> we do not support a mid evil border wall. >> a wall as the president described it on his campaign is never going to be built. brian: there is more where that came from. and one former teacher standing alone after her school board tried banning the pledge of allegiance. the school is now changing its course and that teacher here live next. >> indivisible. with liberty and justice for all. [pounding] what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever? great tasting, heart-healthy california walnuts. so simple, so good.
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>> indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. [pounding] steve: one former santa barbara city college instructor in california stood alone after the school's trustee board stopped reciting the pledge of allegiance over supposed white nationalist history. this morning that college board is facing the flag once again. joining us now is that woman celeste barber former adjunct instructor at santa barbara city college. celeste, good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: okay. let me get this straight the. why did the guy who runs the board at that school say i'm not going to recite the pledge anymore? we're not going to do that anymore? what's he got against the pledge? >> in the email that he sent to me the week before he stated that it because it
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had roots in white nationalism. racism, nativism and i reject that there is white nationalist about the pledge of allegiance. there is no reference to race, to gender toeth nist city. it's all inclusive. that's why school children around the country, thousands of them recite it every day because it includes everybody who lives in this country. steve: when he just summarily decided we are not going to do it anymore you decided at the last public meeting during the public comments you were going to recite the pledge obviously to get under his -- to bother him, i would imagine. i'm shocked at the number of people in the audience who were hooting you down. i was too. they were there for another issue. i just happened to come into it and it incited them for some reason. this is the pledge of
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allegiance. i'm the daughter of a world war ii combat veteran. my dad and so many other servicemen and women have gone into harm's way for the ideals expressed in the pledge of allegiance. i have a right to stand up and speak for those ideals on behalf of people who have sacrificed everything for this country. steve: well, is h celeste, after your demonstration last week they have decided effective immediately reinstate it i guess you got what you wanted. >> i did. and i plan on valentine's day to go to the next board meeting and i'm going to stand there and recite the pledge with them. >> i am thrilled. so many people watching right now are on your side. we're delighted you were able to stop by and tell your story. celeste barber out in santa barbara, california, thank you so much. >> thank you, sir.
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steve: what do you think about that? let us know. thousands of migrants heading through mexico and they won't stop until they get until the united states. we are live with one the caravans coming up next. . . oh! oh!
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birth. record breaking, life-threatening cold temperatures are sweeping the midwest. >> this is wet t-shirt. rock solid in 90 seconds. >> school leader singing hallelujah for a snow day. ♪ >> it's a great family day. ♪ ainsley: best news it is a balmy 21 degrees here. not cold outside. >> that is above zero. it is 40 degrees colder than new york city right now than in chicago. if you look at international falls in minute sewed, it is currently, the air temperature is 37 degrees below zero. the windchill at international
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falls, 53 degrees below zero. this is the coldest day many people have ever seen in their lives. ainsley: doesn't even seem possible. chicago, the windy city, 52 degrees below. brian: they don't complain. they adapt. steve: i was reading in the chicago papers, they are in some cases starting fires on the rail tracks in chicago so the trains will run. brian: that sounds like something pilgrims would do. steve: i don't remember in many trains. brian: the pilgrims and the trains, the untold story. steve: meanwhile we'll talk a little bit about this. this the white house now sending migrants back to mexico as they await asylum in the united states. it is the new policy. went into effect on friday next week. ainsley: stay in mexico. they can apply here but stay there. that is not stopping three different caravans marching
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toward our border. brian: griff jenkins is speaking with some people hoping to make their way into the u.s. reporter: that's right guys. sun coming up here. there are 2600 migrants in a health they are here in mexico city. they're getting ready for breakfast. the mexican marines are starting to feed them. so many migrants want to make it to the shelter in mexico city. they get a place to sleep, shelter. you see breakfast being made. threat get an afternoon meal. they have some health care. if you come back this way, show you on other side of the gate, many migrants are waiting to come to get breakfast. these 2600 plus are part of the 12,574 who registered really for temporarily asylum. one of those gentlemen who began the journey on january 15th, when we were first there,
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carlos, says the new policy remain in mexico from the united states administration has him thinking twice whether he will go next to tijuana or somewhere else. take a listen. >> the united states, right, they have a new policy remain in mexico. just in tijuana. that is part of your decision to go somewhere else? >> nogales or another border. reporter: why not tijuana? >> for the people already there, they had a lot of problems. reporter: here is the bottom line, guys. this is the largest numbers we've seen in associated with the caravan to date ever. part of what is driving it, the magnet if you will, the new presidential administration, president lopez obrador pro-immigrant policy here is a quote from the spokesman from the secretary of foreign affairs yesterday in the
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"washington post." he says, quote, mexico's position will no longer be one of migration deterrents and blockage. with some of these migrants telling us, pretty much all of them their ultimate destination is the united states. this new administration's policy which says we're going to help these migrants get to the destination, it is changing differently what we saw with the last administration last october, when caravans came into the spotlight. steve: griff jenkins live in mexico city. thank you very much. three caravans, at least 12,000 people. pentagon says they keep active duty soldiers at the border, currently number 2300. brian: they're talking about putting another thousand. issue is not going away at least from the military perspective. the president of the united states is up, tweeting, trying to set the groundwork for a positive result from the
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17-bipartisan committee. if the committee and republicans and democrats, meeting border security not con prem plating a wall or physical barrier, they are wasting their time. i agree. 60 democrats who support some type of border wall. steve: the president is right. they are discussing it. the big question what will they go for? the democrats made it clear, a lot in the last few weeks, not one dollar for a wall but at the same time, if we, we had jason chaffetz here. it becomes semantics. republicans call it a wall. democrats call sitting else, border security but things get built. ainsley: definitely a chance pour them to compromise. house individuals, senate individuals, they're in the conference committee. they bring their ideas to the table. they talk about the wall. they talk about drones, they talk about ends ifing. everything is on the table. they put it into all into the blender and they try to come up with some sort of a plan. then they take it back to the house, they take it back to the senate, hopefully steny hoyer and nancy pelosi will allow it to come to the floor of the
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house and we'll get something accomplished. steve: in a blender something is smooth. there is nothing smooth what is happening in washington. in fact we have kevin mccarthy, house majority leader, semantics, i don't care what you call it. >> it will be on the democrats, that made the promise. today at 1:30 when they walk into the room, if they have the same language that is wrong. this is the opportunity to solve the problem, listen to what exert -- experts said where speaker pelosi would not listen to the experts. i don't care what they call it. it has to be barrier, it has to protect. brian: so many people on the record they're against a solid wall. they're not against fence or slats. it is already there. israeli model. solid wall, very effective. president and benjamin netanyahu very close. he goes to the borders. he hears to other people, other
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parties, i will compromise, i will go slats, enhanced fence. look what dan crenshaw just tweeted out. this is dan crenshaw, the congressman from texas, who just talked to border patrol agents. they said this to him, when you try to cross the border there is a 20-mile foot, steel slated barrier, is inhibits your ability to cross. a sensor tells border agent, then they come find you. the wall stops you there, the sensor picks you out, you have to hop in the car to track them down. a lot easier to have both. steve: why the president laid down the market. it has to have a barrier. we'll keep you posted. the meeting today, weather caravan, shutdown with, we covered topics but biggest topic we get from you is this. you know what happened in new york. governor cuomo, signed a legislation that women can have
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a abortion up until the day they're supposed to deliver, they can have abortion. they are cheering that in new york. blew many people's minds. it is spreading. now virginia is talking about it. listen to this. >> how late in the third trimester could a physician perform an abortion if he indicated it would impair the mental health of the woman? >> so i mean, through the third trimester, third trimester goes you will to 40 weeks. >> but to the end of the third trimester. i don't think we have limit in the bill. >> where it is obvious a woman about to give birth, physical signs she has about to give birth, would that be a point she could request an abortion if she was so certified? she is dilating. >> mr. chairman, that would be a, you know, a decision that the doctor, the physician, and the woman -- >> i understand that, i'm asking if your bill allows that? >> my bill would allow that,
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yes. steve: the woman can be dial lating, on the table, yet under the bill proposed by kathy tran, a democrat from virginia you could abort the baby right then. i know for decades there has been an argument when does life begin exactly. regarding abortion. but if you are having the baby that day? that life started long before you wound up in -- brian: not up for debate. steve: it is. brian: it shouldn't be but that is, meanwhile emails are coming. here's one. this from a viewer. says i can't understand two things. why is murder of pregnant woman, why is it considered double homicide but baby in the womb has no rights? why is putting inmate to death inhumane but murdering a baby is not? i'm embarassed to live in virginia. ainsley: kathy says i'm pro-choice but there is point in
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the pregnancy, when the choice becomes a murder. steve: no better than criminals on the street. that is murder. ainsley: i wonder if this lawmaker has children. when they hand you that baby in the emergency room, it is the greatest experience. and to take a child peace life right before they're born, when they have feelings, when they can cry, when they can be in pain, they can feel pain, it is so egregious to even imagine that, so many women want opportunity to have the gift of being a mother? so many women can't. i have friends, girl in my bible study, friends down south wanted kid so badly, they would love to have the opportunity. these moms, blows my mind how a mom could do that. it is heartbreaking, the day they put hayden in the arms, that and day i got saved were the two best days of my life. steve: it is law in new york state.
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will it be law in virginia? they are currently contemplating it. brian: jillian, you have other news. jillian: we're following record breaking cold sweeping the i midwest. cities seeing life-threatening temperatures with windchill as cold as 65 below. this is incredible video of the chicago river freezing. they are setting fires on train tracks to. governors illinois, michigan have declared a state of emergency. many schools are closed. we'll have a live report on the dangerous cold. janice follows this as well. president trump telling americans to stay out of venezuela amid political chaos, tweeting this morning, disputed president maduro is willing to negotiate with opposition in venezuela following u.s. sanctions and cutting off of oil revenues. massive protest expected today. americans should not travel to venz ven until further notice. u.s. backed opposition juan
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guaido says democracy will be restored to his country. maroon 5 canceled its super bowl news conference amid controversy. the band has been facing backlash for accepting a spot in the coveted halftime show. a online petition is demanding the group back out in solidarity with colin kaepernick. former 49ers quarterback sparked a national anthem protest and hasn't played since 2017. the halftime act traditionally meets with the media in days leading up to the fame. brian: that shows me they're planning to do something. they don't want the questions. maybe they plan on doing something. ainsley: just don't want to answer the questions. they want to sing. brian: mock it out of the park. i'm not going to kneel. it would not be a controversy, evidently they're not comfortable with that. steve: they don't want to answer the questions. they want to go out and sing. brian: senator bob casey calling out fellow democrats saying they need to tackle border security head on. he joins us next. steve: are the rumors true, will
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democrats for their about-face of border security. you might be surprised who agrees with them. one democratic senator is calling on his party to tackle border security head on rather than run away from the discussion. he joins us right now, senator bob casey. senator, where do you stand coming up with some kind of a deal in the next 17 days? >> you have a good team of negotiators and appropriators. these folks know the appropriations process. they do this all the time. there was some success, as you know in 2018 in the senate. then ultimately got agreement in the house on 2018 spending, a huge bump on defense spending which was good for both sides. we both wanted it but also increases that our side wanted on child care and number of other issues. we got that as well. so these are good negotiators. i think they can come to a consensus. brian: right. >> as long as we are, i think we should be affirmative and positive in their work. it would help if the president either side nag or just -- said
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nothing, or was encouraging instead of predicting failure or seem to be -- brian: you might not have known. one hour ago he tweeted this. if the committees of republicans and democrats now meeting in border security are not discussing contemplating a wall or physical barrier they're wasting their time. you're open for a physical barrier. you're obviously not into the wall, but a barrier you're okay with, right? >> here is what the law has said, here is what the bills have said, the 2013 bill, which is the ultimate comprehensive bill i hope we can get to, maybe not in the next three weeks but at least try, ultimately after the three weeks get to a comprehensive bill that secures the border, that also has a pathway to citizenship and deals with guest workers who employers, our farmers can have predictability and certainty. but in those bills, both the 2013 comprehensive bill and the bill from 2018 which dealt with both border security and deferred action for childhood a rivals. brian: you want that in there.
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>> neither of those, both of those refer to fences. there is fencings on the border now. some of it needs to be repaired. you might want to add some. i think that is where we're hung up. nowhere do you see in there a steel barrier, wall or -- brian: that was, we have a different president now. we have a different president. are you open to steel slats? >> i'm open to what has been in these bills. real border security. what we've got -- brian: nothing worked before. why stick with something that is not working? >> we need new technology. we need to inspect every vehicle coming in. if you want to stop the fentanyl and cocaine, drugs you have to inspect every vehicle. brian: absolutely. >> every piece of cargo. every enteric. brian: are you okay with steel schatz? >> i am, what i have voted for in the past in the 2018 bill and 13 bill has fencing, because that is what the experts tell us. i will listen to the experts. not the politicians in washington including the president. brian: they will be part of the
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steve: fox news alert. it is cold. it is so cold, it is extreme life-threatening cold throughout the northern plains and portions of the great lake states. currently windchill values dropping below 65 degrees below zero. that is the windchill. almost 2,000 flights have already been canceled across the country. look at this incredible video out of chicago as the river there, you can see frozen over in some spots. meanwhile technicians for the rail lines setting fires on the train tracks to warm up the
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rails that have been frozen together by the cold. they're doing that all over the town. meanwhile the governors of wisconsin, illinois, michigan have declared a state of emergency. many schools across those states have also been closed. keep it right here on fox. we will keep you up to date on the state of emergency of winter 2019. ainsley. ainsley: thank you. a state of emergency is declared now no washington state as the measles outbreak is spreading there. of the 37 confirmed cases, at least 32 are among people who weren't vaccinated, most of them children. washington is currently one of 17 states does allow parents to opt out of vaccinating their children. our next guest grew up as an anti-vaxer are in the anti-va x-ing community. she changed her mind after going to nursing school. she has given thousands of vaccinations to children. she is encouraging parents to
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give vaccinations to their children. danny stringer is with us. thanks for being with us. >> thank you for having me. ainsley: why do you encourage parents to get their kids vaccinated. >> i grew up in anti-vaccination community. i went to nursing school fearful to vaccines. i even told my professor, i want to do my thesis on idea vaccines are not safe. she was really smart. she said, you should go look into that. you're right. i was looking into the science behind vaccines i learned unequivocally vaccines are both sieve and effective. so i didn't do my thesis on that topic obviously. ever since then i've been a strong advocate for parents to protect their children by vaccinating them. >> how dangerous is the measles? is it really contageous? >> yeah. measles is the most contageous disease known to man. that is why so many of us that work with children are highly concerned by the outbreak we're
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seeing in washington. in fact 90% of people that come into contact with someone that has the measles, that are not vaccinated will contract the disease. so it is extremely contagious and extremely preventable with mmr vaccine. ainsley: what do you say to parents who are totally against vaccinating kids? >> i, you know, i have a lot of compassion for parents have that been misinformed and misguided by fears but we cannot allow our fear of a vaccine to control our decisions. it is too important. you have to protect your children. you have to learn the science. you have to have open conversations with your health care provider. learn the truth. the truth is actually quite simple. vaccines save lives and fear and endangers them. ainsley: there was a time, i don't know if this is changed, i'm curious to hear your thoughts when so many parents decided not to vaccinate because they thought it might be linked with autism. several celebrities were writing books about it, saying that the vaccines were to blame.
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are you still seeing increased number parents deciding not to vaccine or has the number gone down? >> unfortunately some people still believe that. overall it is a very small portion of the population that has just been misguided. it is completely inaccurate. so you know, we're making progress. i think it is really important to realize that we eliminated the measles in 2000. ainsley: right. >> yeah. it was completely eliminated. as of last year we still had 17 outbreaks across the country. 349 people unnecessarily had the measles as a result of it. it is a very small portion of our population but it is so important to vaccinate so we can prevent this unnecessary suffering. ainsley: thank you so much, dani. >> thank you. ainsley: you're welcome. washington state has several new gun laws on the books but many sheriffs are refusing to enforce some of then. one of those sheriffs will join us live. plus you're looking live at lake michigan. it is freezing over this morning
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ainsley: we are back with a live look at chicago's lake michigan. look at that. it is freezing over as temperatures plunge to 20 degrees below zero. brian: illinois, michigan, wisconsin under states of emergency as record breaking coal sweeps the midwest. steve: we understand there are some downed power lines where you are, right? reporter: right. also weird things can happen when the weather is cold. we've been ordered to stay inside. we're reporting from the live truck. we drove around to show the sites of chicago. this is major thoroughfare
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during rush hour. there is downed power line. it runs across the street. there is electric company. i will lower the window, so you can see, across that lawn, past that house is a line of trucks. you can only see one truck back there. there is a worker at the back. i don't know if you can see. he has helmet on. he is going up in cherry-picker. working in this cold has to be brutal. i stepped outside couple times. it feels like nothing we felt before. it is record cold. 20 delow with a windchill. the wind is whipping around. we've been warming up in chicago. had a dress rehearsal yesterday. it was pretty darn cold. because that is about a 30-degree difference. yesterday it was nine. now we're looking at 20 below. we had a snowstorm. that must contribute to it as well. as you saw from our scene out on the street there isn't very much traffic this morning. everyone has been warned to stay
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inside for the next two days. kids don't have school. the cultural institutions are closed, all the museums. tourists and kids can't go there to spend the day. they have to stay inside. emergency things can happen like this. thank goodness for people who respond to them. in another suburb the train gates went down, they stayed there. they're got out and to direct traffic. it is cold. i have to close the window. i might put my gloves on too. steve: that is a good idea. ainsley: you know it is dangerous when they won't let reporters stand outside to do weather hits. steve: i have never seen that ever, ever. janice dean is in new york city. it is not that cold yet but it is coming. janice: we'll not get as cold as folks in chicago. that's why i'm outside. it is dangerously cold as you've been hearing. that is the lead story. there are the windchills.
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makes it potentially dangerous and deadly. reminder to take care of your pets and kids and check on elderly. when you have minus 56 to minus 60 we'll feel the coldest air of the season. windchill advisories and warnings are up. minus 30 to minus 70. we're dealing with historic lows as we go into thursday. minus 55 in international falls. we'll go up a little bit. but then right back down to the subdeep freeze on thursday morning. some of that cold air will get into the northeast and great lakes. again the worst of it across the northern plains and upper midwest. the good news it will be fairly short-lived. we still have a couple days to get through. as we head into saturday, look look at minneapolis. we go from minus to 43 degrees on sunday. that is the weather extremes. this is the coldest air so far in decades. again we might set records. there it is heading into
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thursday, the worst of it, across the northern plains, ohio valley, great lakes and northeast. we start to see it retreat on friday and saturday. back to our friends in canada, where it belongs. but the highlight again, will be cold air. we'll talk about this record breaking cold air for probably decades to come. steve, ainsley, brian. back to you. steve: the message stay home, stay in the house, stay home, eat something, watch cable. brian: grow in your back hair. this is the time to stay warm naturally. ainsley: don't have to shave. brian: for a day. ainsley: guys love that. jillian: i don't know what to say to that. so many images in my head. the suspended broward county sheriff wants his job back. scott israel is requesting a florida senate hearing after governor ron desantis suspended him over his response to the
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parkland massacre. 17 people were shot and killed last february as deputies stayed outside. democrats on a key house committee targeting religious language. fox news exclusively obtained a draft proposal in the committee on natural resources that would take the words, so help you god out of the witness oath. it is final line frequently used in committees, courts, throughout the federal government. hillary clinton former campaign manager squashing reports that she is considering another run for the white house. overnight john poe desis a definitely saying she is not running for president in 2020, calling it quote, media catnip. there have been rumors and reports that clinton was still considering another run. a foot of snow is no match for these students in wisconsin. a high school wrestling team spending their know day helping neighbors dig out. the boys clearing snow from sidewalks and driveways in their neighborhood. their school says they're proud, of the quote, amazing athletes.
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don't you wish they lived next to you. brian: no kidding. ainsley: good at that. jillian: good stuff. steve: thank you very much, jillian. washington state has many new gun laws on the books but many sheriffs refuse to enforce them. one of those sheriffs will join us live to tell you why. brian: kickoff is four days away. is your house ready for the super bowl? i'm talking to you. we have the gameday gear you need from tvs to couches coming up. ♪ our big idaho potato truck is out there somewhere and we're going to find it. awe man. always look for the grown in idaho seal. that's why i take osteo bi-flex to keep me moving the way i was made to. it nourishes and strengthens my joints for the long-term.
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♪ jillian: good morning to you, hope you're staying warm. some quick headlines now. google spin-off is preparing to collect your location data real time and sell it to land developers. they claim the tracking program is only meant to help city planners to make informed decisions about rans pourtation and land use. they say the collected data will
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not contain identifying characteristics. facebook is shutting down a controversial app. it pays users 13, 35 years old $20 a month to download its research app. according to techcrunch. it gives the company data how people use their phones. steve? steve: jillian, thank you. the state of the washington, a host of new bills may produce some of the tightest firearm regulations in country including these, raising minimum age and checking medical records if you want to own a gun. local law enforcement fighting back in some cases saying these bills are unconstitutional turning legal gun owners into criminals. bob songer is the a sheriff in washington state and joins us now. sheriff, good morning to you. >> good morning, sir. steve: got a question for you. so these new gun control laws you say this one in particular, 1639, is unconstitutional.
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why? >> well, for a couple of reasons. one it is very unclear law that has passed but, under washington state law it violates the washington constitution, i should say, 1639, violates that. and it violates the u.s. constitution. and as a constitutional sheriff, i have taken an oath to uphold both the washington state constitution and the united states constitution and i believe very strongly that this law violates the constitution. there is a method that they could have went through to get an amendment to our constitution, which would, then they would have to get 2/3 of the house. both houses and to get that passed. steve: okay. >> they did not do that. they run it out on initiative. steve: look at the new washington gun laws. it says under 21 years of age you are prohibited from purchase of a assault rifles.
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dealers must wait 10 days before delivering sold assault rifles. imposes criminal penalties for unsafe gun storage. more extensive background checks for assault weapon purchases. three of those mention assault weapon or assault rifles. what is an assault rifle or assault weapon? i know that is up for debate. >> 1639 which they're completely way out of whack on this, under 1639 they're claiming any semiautomatic rifle is an assault rifle which includes a 1022 that has a detachable clip. steve: okay. >> it is ridiculous. and the fact that you have to be 21 rather than 18 to purchase one, in my opinion is wrong and it violates the law. for example, let's take, we send our men and women over to iraq organ fan to fight wars at 18,
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19, 20 years old. and they come back from battle and under 1639 they can't even buy a hunting rifle that is semiautomatic. and so, i think thawing taking this way too far. i can tell you 48 years as a law enforcement officer, this law, 1639 will not do one iota of making our county citizens safer. bad guys will have guns regardless. steve: sheriff, i'm sure the, i haven't spoken to the lawmakers out in washington state. i'm sure they would say the intent is to try to keep guns out of the hands of bad guys. ultimately trying to keep your people in your state safer but is there an agenda beyond that? >> oh, yes. there is no question in my mind. the far left with their anti-gun
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rhetoric, what they would like to see is, where the citizens of washington state would not own a gun at all. steve: why is that? >> well, they believe that will solve all the problems of assaults with a deadly weapon, any of that. but i can tell you that, that there's a problem, not only with buying it under age or what they claim now is under age if you're under 21 years old, but they also, got all kinds of problems with it. storage of the weapon in your home. steve: right. >> if you violate 1639, homeowner, gun owner can be charged with a gross misdemeanor or a felony. and it is just too much government in your home. it is just wrong. steve: i understand your feelings and frustration. so how are you not going to enforce it, sheriff?
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>> well, i'm not -- if i get a complaint of a violation of 1639, i indicated to my deputies that they are to forward that directly to me. and i do not plan on arresting good citizens that have bought firearms legally, now would be in violation. i am not going to arrest them or, what i consider a violation of their constitutional rights. and plain and simple. i realize that ultimately the court has to make that decision, whether this initiative is constitutional or not, but in the meantime i have that discretion as an elected sheriff of this state, of this county. so having said that, i don't plan on enforcing it. and i give you an example. the far left says, well the sheriff has to follow that rule of law. that is true. i didn't vote for the marijuana law in this state.
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i don't like the marijuana law in this state but i enforce it. but the marijuana law doesn't violate the individual's constitutional rights. 1639 does. it goes into the right to defend yourself. washington, by the way, washington constitution is much clearer. they say the individual right to possess a firearm shall not be impaired. and this law does that. steve: tell you what, it is, you are crystal clear about how you're going to not enforce the law there in your county. sheriff, thank you very much for getting up so early out there in the west coast. >> let me give you one quick point. i will make it quick. steve: all right. >> seattle they have a shooting gallery for people that want to shoot there, they are supervised when they come in there. they have chosen not to arrest anybody that is bringing heroin or anyone into this clinic. that is double standard as well. so, they don't talk much about
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that. steve: you're absolutely right. sheriff, great last point. thank you very much for joining us live. >> thank you. steve: you bet. all right, it is 12 minutes before the top of the hour. super bowl four days, are you ready? we're going to show you how, coming up next. first let's check in with sandra smith. see a little blood when you brush or floss? you may have gum disease and could be on a journey to much worse. try parodontax toothpaste. it's three times more effective at removing plaque, the main cause of bleeding gums. leave bleeding gums behind with parodontax toothpaste.
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>> cold temperatures across the country right now. the midwest bracing for some of the chilliest temperatures on record. we're going to have a live report on the ground in chicago where residents there are facing life-threatening conditions. back in washington this morning trade talks begin today for the trump administration and chinese officials. so will a trade deal get done? we are going to be live at the white house with the very latest
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there in moments. and, is nancy pelosi out of touch with her own party? this is a big meeting on border security happening this afternoon. congressman marsha blackburn, adam kinzinger will be here, maria bartiromo, charles payne is on deck. our a-team is fired up on this wednesday morning. join us live in "america's newsroom" in moments. steve: brian? brian: all right, the super bowl is a few days away. ainsley: if you aren't like brian, won't be at the stadium, lucky duck -- brian: leaving tomorrow. i'm not a duck. ainsley: what do you do to get your house ready? steve: here is lifestyle expert. lenore, why do i need this chair? brian: need somebody sitting next to you. >> this is la-z-boy, part of their duo collection. what is great about the chair, it is stylish, i love it. it also reclines. so my husband loves it. really great stylish piece.
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steve: mechanical. >> has a usb on the side. steve: i like that. ainsley: brian said you need someone to sit next to you. come on brian. brian: i have a segment to do. that is la-z-boy. how much it set you back? >> depends how you customize. go to la-z-boys showrooms find out what you want. ainsley: what about this? >> this is a slow cooker. one of my favorite things to do during the big game make all my food, keep them in the slow cooker this one is cute because it is football shaped. got it at jcpenney. i made buffalo chicken dip. if you follow me on instagram or facebook you can get the recipe. i will have you taste that, brian. steve: that is great. my wife makes our special event chile. it is in the cookbook. brian: what else can we do? >> now you have to have a game, you have to have a tv for the big game. steve: that is the tv. looks like a work of art. >> this is from samsung.
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it's a frame tv. it looks like a piece of art, when you turn it on it is the tv. when you turn it off it's a piece of art you can pick from the gallery or up load pictures. you can customize the frame. go to brian: $2199. steve: that is sound bar in front? >> that is sound bar. panoramic. you feel like part of the game, whatever its you're watching. ainsley: you always hear the men want huge tvs, women are saying such a eyesore. that is not going up in my living room. this is good for everyone. >> artwork to match the la-z-boy. you don't have to leave, get up from the game to get your buyer. this is whirlpool refrigerator. got it at target for $169. steve: january is almost over, bring me a stella.
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brian: bud light? ainsley: whoa. brian, don't leave -- >> if you're fetching beer, brian. brian: samuel adams. there you go. steve: fantastic. >> put the refrigerator next to you. you don't even have to get up. ainsley: more "fox & friends" coming up. stay with us. ♪ th all that usaa offers why go with anybody else? we know their rates are good, we know that they're always going to take care of us. it was an instant savings and i should have changed a long time ago. it was funny because when we would call another insurance company, hey would say "oh we can't beat usaa" we're the webber family. we're the tenney's we're the hayles, and we're usaa members for life. ♪ get your usaa auto insurance quote today. ♪ when did you see the sign?
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>> look at this. a live look at chicago's lake michigan. it is freezing over as temperatures plunge to 20 below zero. >> illinois, michigan, wisconsin, all under states of emergency as record breaking cold sweeps the midwest. believe it or not, some people out in that region are being told to avoid taking deep breaths in 70 below windchill indexes. this is the coldest day a lot
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of people have ever seen in their entire lives. >> don't use your lungs? that's a heck of a warning. >> no deep breathing. >> go to fox nation. >> and your radio. >> bill: it's cold outside. more in a moment. breaking news from the white house. new reaction from the president on word that venezuela's president is open to talks with the opposition leader. the u.s. is pushing behind its support behind juan guaido. a live report out of venezuela out of the developments there today. meanwhile, the deadly deep freeze hitting millions today. a polar vortex dropping temps into the negative double digits. it is not here yet but it will get here. we're waiting for it. i'm bill hemmer. >> sandra: warm in here.


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