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very lucky. thank you for joining us. "fox and friends first" continues right now. >> thursday, march 21st. turning the tables, ukraine launching a collusion probe of its own into our 2016 election. jillian: on live on the clinton campaign and donald from taking a victory lap over the defeat of isis. >> the caliphate is gone as of tonight. rob: has the administration done enough to declare this an all-out victory? $625 million for the powerball jackpot. jillian: "fox and friends first" continues.
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♪ whatever it takes ♪ love the adrenaline in my face ♪ whatever it takes ♪ break the change ♪ whatever it takes ♪ heather: we are officially into spring, the first full day of spring. rob: it is shockingly warm this morning. jillian: you are watching "fox and friends first" on thursday morning. rob: thanks for getting up early with us. donald trump showing the collapse of isis is imminent in his opinion. us backed forces are searching for the remaining terrorists in this sliver of land hiding out in tunnels.
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jillian: more on the final push to wipe out the terror group. >> reporter: after 5 years of fighting and a brutal caliphate, donald trump is confident that isis is about to be defeated. >> i brought this out for you because this is a map of everything in the red. this was election night 2016. everything -- when i took it over it was a mess. now on the bottom, that is the exact same. there is no red. rob: he predicted isis would be gone by tonight as us bacteria and democrat forces are in the battle with the last site where militants are dug in in tunnels. it is littered with war, distraction and ieds. this would mark a significant tech in the long-running war
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with the islamic state. they launch countless terror attacks around the world. the sdf couldn't have done it without us help, so critical to this potential victory. and the president announced withdrawal of troops since december, he confirmed yesterday, 400 troops will remain indefinitely. the mother of james foley appearing in the last hour, the war correspondent, first american killed by isis, still work to be done. >> the leadership is still at large. they know how to hide and infiltrate our society so i feel we need to be very vigilant and hold all those who have been captured accountable. >> reporter: military planners have to consider the possibility of an attempt of an isis resurgence. jillian: secretary of state mike
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pompeo at the us embassy in jerusalem. he will visit christian and jewish holy sites today. pompeo is in israel on the second leg of his trip to the middle east. he met with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu renewing support to increase pressure on iran. pompeo heads to lebanon next week. overnight new zealand band high-powered military style weapons days after the deadly mosque attacks, the government is working on a buyback program so police can destroy the guns. those who don't turn over their firearms could face fines and prison time. the ban is expected to start next month. thousands of people from around the world will attend a prayer service today for the 50 worshipers killed at two mosques next week. rob: the sheriff deputy murdered in washington state shootout has been identified, ryan thompson
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was shot and killed when responding to a road rage call. the suspect was shot and killed. brookings police officer bonito chavez recovering from a gunshot wound, he's one of three officers in his department. deputy thompson was a 14 year department veteran who leaves behind a wife and three kids. my thoughts are with them. a strange story here, ukraine's top prosecutor is looking at whether his country tried to help hillary clinton win the 2016 election. the new investigation coming as the mueller russia probe is ramping up. the president is now calling for bob mueller's report to be released to the public. >> reporter: this is a story we've been following literally forever, a claim from a member of ukrainian parliament, the director of that country's anticorruption bureau attempted
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to help clinton amid reports of an audiotape discussing manafort's wrongdoing in ukraine. >> this means i would think, the director officially told about criminal investigation with mister manafort and at the same time stress that he wanted to assist them. >> reporter: the state department spokesman telling john solomon that it is aware of the latest allegation. >> that is a profound statement from the top law enforcement official of ukraine. why is it important? they concluded ukrainian officials leaked paul manafort's financial records to sway the us election. you haven't heard anything about that in the american press. >> reporter: donald from railing against the american press. the special counsel's russia
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probe and saying it should be made public, signal to many that he's confident there will be no clear evidence of collusion. >> i don't mind. i told the house let it come out, let people see it. that is up to the attorney general. it is ridiculous but i want to see the report. >> reporter: the house passed a resolution calling on the attorney general to release the report. it is up to william barr what he wants to do. shannon: nancy pelosi and bill diblasio pushing a plan to create a path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants. >> this legislation is urgent for our country. >> the policies are creating fear among our own people because these are our own people, our brothers and sisters. heather: the bill would give permanent legal status to
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support dreamers or illegal immigrants brought to children and those with temporary protected status and deferred and forced departure. rob: the president calling on general motors to reopen its assembly plant in lawrencetown, ohio. >> get it going and the uaw will help you, get it open now, don't wait. why you have to wait month? get the discussions going, get it open. >> is pushing for these jobs, the president encouraging gma united auto workers to hold negotiations during a rally in ohio, they plan to invest $900 million at its assembly plant in flat rock, michigan which led 900 jobs making electric cars. >> march madness heating up as it always does, setting the stage for the first full day of the ncaa tournament. >> tournament victory for north
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dakota state, masterful! >> north dakota state aging north carolina 78-74, next up top speed duke and arizona state takes down st. john 74-65 advancing to battle buffalo. the big 10 champ michigan state and sec powerhouse kentucky takes on christian, defending tournament champ villanova hopes to avoid an upset against st. mary's and against fairly dickinson. rob: no one gets anything that. the power jackpot, totaling $625 million, nobody won last night, the fourth largest prize ever and it could get bigger, but don't forget to check last night's tickets for the smaller prizes, you might have won $1 million, winning the%, 14, 50, 63, 53, powerball 21. the next drawing is saturday night.
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>> we need to fix the supreme court, they stole the supreme court seat. >> the proposal i mentioned was one of many we should consider, expanding the court to 15. >> there is a more regular location. jillian: presidential hopefuls calling to expand the supreme court and impose term limits. rob: is this a good idea or even an okay idea? mark, donald trump had two pics at this point, both driven the liberals crazy, i suspect this has nothing to do with it. >> no doubt. in particular the fact that these pics, especially neil gorsuch drives them crazy because that vacancy occurred during president obama's
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administration and what folks forget is president obama's twee selections he did make replace justices who had been appointed by republican presidents. jillian: you say doing this, packing the court would make -- undermine the court's legitimacy and credibility? why do you say that? >> the supreme court does not have the same democratic pedigree the executive branch and leslie -- legislative branch has. if you start having the judiciary be something based on something other than the rule of law it is a matter of counting noses, becomes a matter of increasing the number of justices, the outcomes you want, that is not a judicial process anymore. rob: the supreme court so political these days. pretty pragmatic guy, and those ten select another five.
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is that even constitutional to implement that without a major change to the constitution? >> that would not be constitutional. having justices select additional justices would not be in line with the constitution. that would require a constitutional amendment and that would not be beatable. jillian: how do you feel about what appears to be a lot of people on the left trying to change so much of the constitution, so many rules just because they don't like who has power at this given moment, what does that do going forward? >> what that does is makes people concerned what motivations are here. if it is power folks are in search of which i think it is you have to be very skeptical about the long-term structural changes. you don't know what problems will come along.
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it has worked well for 200 years, to change it based on current desires for power is a risky thing. rob: you think about ruth bader ginsburg and how long she has got on the court and if the president gets reelected and i suspect you would save hillary clinton in 2016, this would not be a conversation at all. >> that is right but this is something you hear talk about on both sides of the aisle, whispers on the republican side of the aisle that justice thomas should step down while donald trump is an officer the vacancy doesn't occur down the road. that is the parallel of what democrats are worried about with primarily justice ginsburg but also justice breyer. rob: it is so political right now. jillian: it is. how do you see this playing out
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in the end? >> hopefully none of the reforms will come to pass. one of the things these candidates might be doing is trying to how to current majority on the court for voting the way it might otherwise vote and even if they don't get the reforms they claim to be wanting they might still have that interim affect. i hope it doesn't happen as well but i hope these changes of adding more justices to the courts don't come about because i think it would undermine the credibility of the supreme court in the long run. rob: thank you, appreciate your time. 18 minutes after the hour. he hasn't been office of will three months but aoc is the star of gop campaign ads. >> he has the media, she has the followers, bless her heart, she has some terrible ideas. her green deal is a bad deal for north carolina. rob: she is very popular.
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this republican candidate using those ideas against her to win a critical election. jillian: the young hockey player paying tribute to donald trump. carly shimkus joins us with those stories trending on social media. ♪ we are the kids in america ♪ there is this place... it can't be found on just any map. a place miles from the beaten path. overcoming twists and turns, ups and downs.... whatever life throws. a place to always strive for. for all the journeys that make us stronger.
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rob: long ago there were fewer justices. carly shimkus with serious xm 115 here with what people think of this plan online. >> many people think democrats would not be having this conversation if mary garland was on the supreme court and neil gorsuch and brett kavanaugh were not. the son of antonin scalia said this idea of changing the supreme court is worthy of conversations barking a debate on social media. mike says nine period. another twitter user chiming in more justices, more time coming to a decision. how will that benefit america? tyler has a pretty interesting idea. i think if you are going to increase the justices, increase in even numbers and each party gets to nominate an even number of justices but i'm still against it, dems want to pack the courts. one thing christopher scalia
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said is the constitution clearly states it is the president's job to nominate supreme court justices so this idea of having 10 and those 10 would nominate five probably is not going to happen. jillian: i wonder about this next topic. you are doing something right if they are talking about you. >> interesting way to look at it. 3 months after she took office alexandria ocasio cortez being featured in a republican campaign ad. >> she has the media, she has the followers but bless her heart, she has some terrible ideas. her green deal is a bad deal for north carolina. >> this is for michelle next, candidate for the third congressional district. daniel on facebook says bless her heart has a whole different meaning, sam saying hilarious aoc will be used for many
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campaign ads, totally agree with apps and blaine says you got my vote. she may be featured in some presidential down the pipeline. >> nothing she's doing anything right but you are giving her a platform one talking about her so much. rob: hockey mask, trump hockey mask. >> i youth hockey player lighting up social media for his politically charged hockey mask featuring an image of donald trump building the border wall. this is getting buzz online, one person thing takes guts to wear that. another person on social media says great job, wear it proudly. lastly this person on twitter says can't we please take politics out of juvenile sports? politics and sports is an interesting combination we keep seeing. rob: it would make sense if he was a goalie. thanks so much.
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25 minutes after the hour. investigation into the boeing jet disaster turns criminal. live report on brand-new development as the search for answers ramps up. >> if you can't beat donald trump move the goalposts. >> get rid of the electoral college. >> the popular vote has been diminished in terms of making the final decision about the president of the united states. jillian: will changing the rules help the democrats in 2020? that debate coming up. ♪ got to be strong and got to be fast ♪ got to be fast on the right ♪ be a hero sun care is self care. i used to not love wearing an spf just because i felt like it was so oily and greasy. but with olay regenerist whip spf 25,
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rob: top headlines breaking overnight new zealand banning high powered military weapons just days after the deadly mosque attack. so police can destroy the weapons out there in the
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country. jillian: ukraine top prosecutor looking at whether his country metal in the 2015 us election. he blames the anticorruption bureau trying to help hillary clinton win amid reports of an audiotape discussing manafort's alleged wrongdoing. they are aware of the report. rob: the powerball jackpot falling to 6 a $20 million. the fourth-largest prize ever could get bigger. don't forget to check, a smaller prize, 10, 14, 53, 63, powerball 21. the next drawing is saturday. jillian: two weeks after the
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deadly ethiopian airlines plane crash the senate is demanding answers, boeing under fire in the wake of two jet disasters killing 300 people. the latest on this developing investigation. >> lawmakers are going to go after the transportation department and the faa as early as next week, they want to find out why the faa deemed these planes safe in the first place. the investigation suggesting there are clear similarities between the ethiopian airlines crash and the lion air accident from last fall. we are learning the pilot of the lion air flight were scrambling looking through handbooks to try to stop the plane from diving. the justice department sent out subpoenas to gather information on how this plane was developed. right now investigators are focusing on the flight control software and the pilot training portion of this. at the same time the fbi is joining the criminal investigation into the faa certification of the safety of
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this plane, and senator ted cruz who chairs the congressional panel said the hearing will examine the recent crashes, possible contributing factors and ultimately how we can ensure america's aviation industry remains the safest in the world. boeing is promising a software update pretty soon but the company feeling the pressure in terms of dollars. boeing stock down 12% since the ethiopian airlines crash. jillian: patrick shanahan used his official role to help boeing, a watchdog group filed an ethics complaint accusing him of promoting the company and making negative comments about its competitors. shanahan spent 30 years working there. promoting free speech on college campuses in a move amid
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heightened tensions that universities like uc berkeley where a conservative was punched in the face during a recruiting event last month. they face very costly penalties. if they do not comply with the order. rob: 24 democratic hopefuls pushing for policies requiring serious constitutional limits. >> get rid of the electoral college. >> the popular vote has been diminished in terms of making the final decision about the president of the united states. >> the first thing i would do as president is make sure we got the right people on the supreme court so -- >> i'm open to the idea of the younger voting age. rob: are democrats trying to change the rules for a better chance of winning in the future? here to debate that is ron myron democratic political analyst kelly hyman.
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it seems that way to a lot of people, trying to change the rules to try to win. how do you defend it? >> thank you for having me on the show. i don't think that is the case at all. it is important to look at the electoral college and remember the founding fathers put in place because they didn't trust the public in times of change, people's vote should matter and every vote should count. it is something people should consider and think about, that your vote counts at your vote matters and we should discuss that issue about the electoral college. in regards to people -- rob: respond to that. the founding fathers didn't trust the public, should we be more trusting at this point? >> it shows lack of civics education. that is the fundamental problem with the base of the democratic party. we haven't realize why majoritarianism failed and the
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founders railed against mob rule by the majority and with the electoral college does is protect political minorities, protects people in rural america and smaller states. right now the democratic candidates can't find anything redeemable about the american experiment for the american founding but this is one of those things that has been worth preserving and does have protection for states and people. rob: he makes a point about trusting mob rule. people vote for what is in their best interest, not necessarily what is in the country's best interests. you say vote for me and i will give you $1000, you will get a lot of people's votes. >> that is debatable but we should think about the fact that people vote and their vote should matter. the people should make a determination on who becomes president. that is important and the young voters, 16-year-olds should be able to vote and have the opportunity to do that.
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rob: tell me why you think a 16-year-old who is likely to vote for whoever a celebrity wants them to vote for, why should they be able to vote with no life experience? >> there are three reasons why 16-year-old should be able to vote. one of the first reasons is they have knowledge about civics just as much as older people. second reason is 16-year-olds pay taxes and no taxation without representation, they should be entitled to vote. and thirdly, the fact the things that are affecting their lives and make a decision about it. there is a lot of movement by young people to make change and they should have the opportunity to vote. when young voters vote the american system votes for a longer period of time. rob: a lot of people say younger kids have been indoctrinated by universities and celebrities and
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don't think for themselves. what do you make of that? >> policy impacts every american, if you are lowered to 16, why not 15? some sort of voice, 13 and so on. you made a great point, studies show the difference between 21-year-olds and 16-year-olds, very little in civics education, civics education, the problem is high schools and colleges are not teaching people about the american founding. the context of history, they aren't giving people the basis on how american government works, localities and local governments do most of what you see in daily lives, not the president of the united states and more than 30% of those under 30 would be voting. 30% voted in 2018. how about this? stick that problem first before
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saying let's -- >> and change the electoral college so people's votes matter and count, absolutely. >> one last question. newest cnn poll shows bernie sanders popularity has come down quite a bit compared to 2016. 46% right now, 59% in june. what do you think account for this? >> i don't think it counts for anything. polls change sporadically but it is important we have a candidate who crosses party lines and brings people together and democrats will have that candidate. rob: we've got to leave it there but thanks very much for an interesting debate this morning. >> that paul that says scientists to your brain doesn't develop until you are 30. we are not there. none of us are. the fact checker who infamously smeared a veteran and ice here
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jillian: good morning. rob: good morning. good weather looking pretty good today. >> starting to rain on your parade but spring is officially here as of yesterday. some areas could get a little bit of snow. 32 in minneapolis, 37 in chicago, 34 new york. this is a coastal low that will develop.
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we have more rain in the forecast in california and the southwest but we are watching this area of low pressure moving offshore and bring us our coastal low, a little colder, we would be talking a big snow event but because temperatures are in the 50s it is merely a rain wind event on the coast. however on the backside of this we will brought those temperatures and get some snow flurries in interior sections of the northeast and that is what we are watching. mainly rain, some areas could get some heavy rain and flooding and potential for several inches, half a foot of snow for interior sections of the northeast and new england. watching this coastal low dealing with another area of low pressure moving into the southwest from california and we are going to continue to monitor the flooding over the midwest which is an ongoing situation for many weeks to come.
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rob: pictures of those rivers. >> it deserves more attention. >> he is okay with that. rob: if not for awkward tosses i wouldn't have a job. >> somebody said it. let's do some more news. the president launching a new attack on the late senator john mccain 7 months after his death. >> i gave him the kind of funeral that he wanted which as
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president i had to approve. i didn't get a thank you. that is okay. we sent him on the way but i wasn't a fan of john mccain. rob: senator mccain got under the president's skin. they had a few that last a long time, president criticizing the mccain family in lima, ohio. he has been criticizing the senator for years, they did not like each other, pretty clear, the president being slammed for those comments from people, politicians on both sides of the aisle. jillian: megan mccarron coming to her father and stevens. andrew gillam thinks he knows how to stop donald trump from winning reelection. >> we are going to commit ourselves to registering and engaging 1 million voters between now and 2020's presidential election. 1 million voters. jillian: he hopes this plan will help a democrat when the white house in 2020. there are 5 million registered democrats in florida, donald trump won the state in 2016. it is 15 minutes until the top of the our. dozens of schools nationwide, i'm in the opioid crisis, is
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jillian: welcome back. dozens of states are allowing schools to stop the opioid overdose medication to fight the growing epidemic but are educators trained enough to know how to use it? our parent panel is joining in, kathy barnett is a radio show host. thank you for being here, really appreciate it, sorry for your loss. let's start with you. what do you think of schools having narcan on hand? >> definitely necessary. our school nurses our first responders to the school. having narcan on hand is like having an epipen. i hope you don't need to use it but heaven for bid you don't have it. could be a matter of life and
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death. jillian: by having it on hand you think it gives some students the mentality of it is here if i need it. >> at the point of a child overdosing in the cafeteria, that would not be the time to draw the red line in the sand. at that moment, the only time you use it is if someone is overdosing, our main issue is how can we intervene to save this file's wife? these are very uncomfortable discussions to have, similar to the discussion of surrounding army educators in light of school shootings. no one wants to have those discussions. how are we going to address it.
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jillian:'s school the right place for? do you think educators and nurses are trained properly? will they need more training? >> they need more training. having police officers is a huge dbase but police officers who are trained for this high stress situation, educators have intimate relationships as far as emotionally teaching these kids and see them on a daily basis. police officers in the school, a lot easier for police officers deal with a high stress situation. jillian: what do you know about opioids? >> i want everybody know that they are a beast and this addiction, opioid addiction does
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not discriminate, the people that scare me the most are the people that say not my kid or not in my school. we are losing 192 americans a day. like a plane going down every single day. this is serious. jillian: how do we advance the conversation? >> doing what you are doing. i homeschool my kids. i'm a huge advocate that parents should parent their own children. i strongly believe schools should stick to reading, writing, arithmetic, social studies, science, send my child back to me because i am their parent. we are not benefiting anyone to pretend we don't have a very real issue on our hands. we have to get real about it and have these conversations. jillian: a number of states use narcan, new jersey, rhode
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island, maryland, bills pending in other states. let's see this going. where should this go? >> i think again having police officers in schools is the biggest benefit. i think it would benefit having police officers there, trained first responders in a high stress situation. the opioid crisis is out of control. a conversation has to be had. of a child can be saved the option should be there but should be ministered by a police officer or team of cops in a school trained to deal with these situations. jillian: thank you for your time, appreciate it, sorry for your loss, we are coming great back. like my bike, and my calves. liberty mutual customizes your car insurance, so you only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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jillian: some male 2020 candidates have been asked if they would pick a woman vp. >> how come we are not asking more often the women would you be willing to put a man on the ticket? >> when we get to that point -- jillian: those comments from the former colorado governor wildly criticized on social media. have been saying throughout the campaign more diversity is needed. rob: melting hearts around the world.
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jillian: his name is rob. is that you, rob? rob: definitely not me. jillian: racking up more than 14 million views and counting i am sure. rob: i was looking at the ice cream. jillian: have a good day. >> new zealand's prime minister announcing a ban on all high capacity magazines and, quote, military style semiautomatic rifles. >> after nearly five years of fighting president trump is confident that isis is about to finally be defeated. >> in 2016 everything red is isis and the bottom one somehow it is today. >> secretary of state mike pompeo visiting the new embassy in jerusalem. he will visit christian and judicial holy sights today. >> clawnel deafened the attacks on her husband you think he shouldn't respond when somebody, a nonmedical professional accuses him of having a mental disorder? >> 2020 candidate kirsten gillibrand wants to


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