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officers eventually corral the the federal reserve can buy those treasury securities and giant bird for connecting owners put dollars back into the on social media. the emu was essentially walked system. home by an officer. one of the glitches we have is that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first," thank you for joining us, "fox and friends monetary authorities are supporting president xi jinping, first" continues. putting liquidity in the market. the federal reserve to my knowledge is doing nothing to rob: this is a fox news alert. support donald trump. the us weighing options on iran >> how long will farmers hanging that could include thousands on with patients because they are the ground in the middle east. jillian: the latest on the late-night escalation. being heard by this and vote for the president? >> it is a real problem and in william barr on a mission to unravel the russia probe. one official at a time. michigan and so forth. rob: he's listing the work of a bulldog us attorney in the process. and it is communicating what is >> we have a message for donald trump and all the big building going on with economic owners in new york city. cut your emails or we will cut something you really care about. consequences, and in the news cycle on cnbc was up there
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telling tales of woe and with we will take your money. rob: this was quite something donald trump catastrophe and all yesterday. throwing cold water on bill diblasio's global warming raleigh. that. jillian: washington catches climate change fever. "fox and friends first" my feeling, the administration continues right now. needs to do a better job of communication. it doesn't seem to be happening, don't seem to have the right people to deal with that. rob: it would be nice to hear the president explain what china has been doing for this country ♪ and force us if we want to use their market, for sarah companies to give them our technology so they can use it and compete. a lot of things we do are shady that have no effect on them. >> that is important. heather: the trumpets are going, finally. the world trade organization. houston-area got it hard last week for a number of days. every member of the wto like the northeast had it hard the last couple days. article 16 paragraph 4 agrees to change their legislation to rob: janice has some good news. conform their policies and
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practices to the rules. jillian: in the meantime you are watching "fox and friends first" china is saying its sovereignty on tuesday. rob: thanks for getting up early is above international agreement. with us at a fox news alert, 120,000 troops could be headed that is balderdash. i have better words for it but i can't say them on the show. to the middle east as the situation with iran intensifies. jillian: keep it clean. jillian: the white house is >> i will. considering a stronger military response. if iran attacked us troops or my feeling is this is an example where is chief economist is out to lunch. intensifies its nuclear program, it comes hours after the stern the chairman of the council of warning from the oath of office. economic advisers shouldn't be issuing written reports 3 weeks after the event. he should be on tv sunday. countering this nonsense. >> we will see what happens. it will be a bad problem for when the chinese make these iran if something happens. i can tell you that. they are not going to be happy. they are not going to be happy people. you can figure it out yourself, they know what i mean by it. claims about sovereignty and honor and so forth, there are rob: strong words following good counters to this. sabotage of four saudi arabian the chinese are being disingenuous and negotiating in oil tankers. officials believe iran was responsible. jillian: an american aircraft carrier and b-52 bombers have bad faith and the people of
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been sent to the middle east to counter possible threats from bloomberg to characterize this as usual negotiating tactics. iran. it is not. president xi jinping, china is writing the arc of history, to breaking overnight north korea be the rule maker for all, the omnipotent state in which demanding the us return a seized cargo ship calling it robbery. supplicants like america - american forces took the ship used to illegally transport coal rob: the fight is important and for violating international the president is risking his crown jewel, the economy, and -- sanctions. the move betray the spirit of an jillian: a lot of people differ from that. rob: we appreciate your time, we are out of time. agreement between donald trump and kim jong un made in singapore last year. talks between the leaders deteriorated following the second summit. jillian: over time. rob: 19 minutes after the hour. rob: exclusive claims from the attorney for the navy seal charged with killing and isis fighter. a war of words over rashida tlaib's holocaust comments. jillian: democrats coming to her defense dealing with backlash of their own, carly shimkus has this one. you don't want to miss it. military prosecutors spied on the special ops chief by hiding tracking software calling it complete insanity. the attorney says prosecutors i wit, are trying to uncover leaks for the media. but i can tell you liberty mutual customized my car insurance so i only pay for what i need. oh no, no, no, no, no, no, no... gallagher is facing murder charges for the killing of the
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nicest militants while serving in iran. 's attorney will be on "fox and only pay for what you need. friends" in the 7:00 hour eastern time. liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ jillian: william barr tabitha federal prosecutor to look at welcome to fowler, indiana. how the russia investigation began. one of the windiest places in america. rob: john durham is launching a and home to three bp wind farms. probe over the government in the off-chance the wind ever stops blowing here... surveillance of the trump the lights can keep on shining. campaign including the use of thanks to our natural gas. a smart partner to renewable energy. informants by the doj and potential fisa abuses. jillian: his 40 year career is it's always ready when needed. or... not. at bp, we see possibilities everywhere. corrupted by -- marked by corruption investigations. rob: tray gouty is praising to help the world keep advancing. william barr. jillian: he said the american people deserve answers why this investigation was opened in the first place. >> the fourth person charged with investigating the origins of the russia probe. i'm more interested in how effectively they do it more than the numbers. of this is the right person to do it more power to them. there is an easy roadmap to follow. we know the origins of the russia probe, what russia did to
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us. i want the origins of when the bureau began to intermingle the trump campaign with the russia probe and how did the fbi assess ♪ she's doing it again. no cover up spray here... cheaper aerosols can cover up odors, christopher steele. burying them in a flowery fog. switch to febreze air effects! febreze eliminates even the toughest odors from the air. they have their own internal documents, the internal fbi documents, they did their own freshen up, don't cover up. febreze assessment and you will be surprised whether or not they viewed steel is credible. ato be eye-catchingly we mabeautiful.ehicle rob: last year the doj appointed we make them to be exhilaratingly agile. john hubert by the surveillance we make them to be meticulously engineered. abuses by the fbi and handling the clinton foundation probe. and for the cla, we also made it for this. the 2019 cla. jillian: joe biden taking back the lead in a national poll for the democratic nomination as lease the cla 250 coupe for just $299 a month at your local mercedes-benz dealer. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. senator bernie sanders and alexandria ocasio cortez lamb the record on climate change. rob: new york mayor bill diblasio running for president promote his own green new deal. griff jenkins live in washington
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with more on all of this. >> reporter: in a new paul, some biden news, taking a commanding eight point lead over bernie sanders, at 33% to sanders's 25%. the senators harris and warren are tied in rounding out the top mno kidding.rd. 5, mayor pete buttigieg at 8%. but moving your internet and tv? that's easy. in april before biden entered the race, sanders led 24% in easy?! easy? anderson polling making him a 13 easy. because now xfinity lets you transfer point swing favoring the former vp. your service online in just about a minute interestingly enough a candidate with a few simple steps. pulling into%, other candidates really? really. that was easy. yup. plus, with two-hour appointment windows, it's all on your schedule. awesome. now all you have to do is move...that thing. in the giant remaining field. [ sigh ] in the nation's capital sanders joining forces with alexandria introducing an easier way to move with xfinity. ocasio cortez rallying for a green revolution with the architect of the green new deal it's just another way we're working to make your life simple, easy, awesome. taking aim not by name at biden go to to get started. who hinted at a more moderate approach to climate change. >> i will be damned if the same
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politicians who refused to act rob: a war of words over rashida then are going to try to come back today and say we need a middle of the road approach to save our lives. that's too much for me. tlaib's holocaust comments. donald trump saying she >> reporter: he made his first obviously has tremendous hatred swing through new hampshire, sticking to a more pragmatic of israel and the jewish people. path. imagine what would happen if i ever said what she said? >> you need to finish the green revolution in a way that is jillian: let's hear what carly rational. we can do it or get it done now. shimkus says, serious xm 115, >> reporter: they were not dealing with the green stuff. democrats defend rashida tlaib. new york city mayor bill diblasio held a new york inspired green new deal rally in >> during a yahoo! news podcast she says she gets a calming feeling when she thinks how trump tower but was heckled by protesters booming is holding sign saying trump 2020 is worst mayor ever. one thing we know for certain, palestinians welcomed jews into the campaign issue of climate the middle east after the holocaust but she's being accused of making historically inaccurate comments because the change topsoil polls among registered democratic voters. leader of palestine at the time was an ally of adolf hitler and biden has released an official policy proposal. by no means welcomed jews into the area. rashida tlaib is responding to the criticism by doubling down and attacking the president
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rob: felicity huffman pleading guilty in the college admissions calling him individual one tweeting individual one is a lawless president who will do anything to distract the american people from the fact he scam and reportedly cried as she admitted paying $15,000 to boost is hurting our country, our her daughter's sat score. prosecutors recommended haven't been four months behind bars democracy and our future. when she is sentenced on we will fight against hate together and be stronger for it. september 13th. actress lori locklin is facing vermont senator bernie sanders criticizing the president saying to mister president, stop dividing the american people by charges in the admissions scam. she pleaded not guilty. religion, race, country of origin and stop your ugly attacks against muslim women in congress. jillian: the sixth season of empire will be the last. it was renewed last week. you are taking rashida tlaib's there are no plans from battle director jussie smollett to return. context out of context and should apologize. he was written out of the final two episodes after being accused of staging a hate crime attack against himself in chicago. rudy giuliani coming to defend tweeting congresswoman rashida tlaib's memories of her ancestors to the jewish ignores the historical fact that during world war ii the leader of her rob: a very wet spring and maybe it is coming to a end on the east coast. people was a close ally of hitler. he murdered jews, he did everything he could to destroy a jewish homeland. there are three groups of people.
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rashida tlaib and her allies their comments were taken out of >> a nice next few days on the context. others call what she said east coast and next week very anti-semitic and a third group warm, way above average and the who says her comments are not anti-semitic but not west coast gets cooler. historically inaccurate. rob: an interesting one. happens like that. it is cold enough for snow increasingly unpopular mayor of new york city who will be running for president announcing this week, had a publicity stunt that didn't go well. across new england. say it ain't snow. >> he held a event in trump it is happening across portions of upstate new york and new england. there it is on the map. tower to promote his climate bill but was drowned out by protesters, some calling him the there is the snow falling across worst mayor ever. here is how he responded to that, turning lemons into higher elevations, it is ongoing for the rest of today and lemonade. finally it will move out but there could be measurable snow. >> they are music to my ears. it means we are doing something important in new york city. 44 in new york as your daytime if all these people who support high and there is the forecast precipitation, snow will taper off, goodbye mid-may and we are donald trump are opposing what we are doing we must be doing something right. >> he responded on twitter dealing with measurable snow saying donald trump is running scared from the green new deal. across portions of the northeast.
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bill diblasio critics taking the rest of the country looks pretty good, fairly quiet, 81 in over twitter. kansas city, 85 in houston, a drying out period across the one person said that was painful gulf coast but we could see to listen to. another twitter user saying i live in new york city and cannot potential for showers and next stand bill diblasio. system moves across the west, i don't understand how he is still in office. heavy rain for california, parts that event was supposed to be of the northwest could see outside trump tower and moving higher elevation snow. inside he used the opportunity forecast highs for much of the to attack the president saying country will be warm across the his buildings are the biggest polluters in new york city. rob: how did he get inside the central us for the northeast building? >> freedom of speech. still cool but we will bump those temperatures across the next couple days, look at the central us, temperatures in the 80s wednesday, new york 71 °, rob: i would not let him in. jillian: 26 after the hour. the crowd 2020 field of the west will be cooler than democrats, fellow lawmakers picked their favorites. average. tomorrow i will have the rob: who is topping the dream forecast for next week across the east coast. we will be dealing with 80 ° temperatures. ticket predicted to beat donald rob: we have the pga on long trump in 2020 and how likely is it? island. our political panel coming up. we once tiger to win thursday through sunday. thank you so much. ♪
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jillian: a look at top headlines. 120,000 troops could be headed to the middle east as tensions with iran escalate. the new york times reports the white house is considering a stronger military response if tehran attacks us troops. the us sent an american aircraft carrier and b-52 bombers to the middle east as a show of force. rob: mike pompeo expected to touch down in russia meeting with vladimir putin and other officials where sources told foxnews they will discuss north >> we have the right to do korea, iran, syria, and another 325% an additional tariffs, we are in a great venezuela. a lot of talk about. position right now no matter on monday pompeo canceled a plan what we do. to discuss it with european heather: donald trump keeping confident as the us and china officials. face-off on trade. >> beijing has an ace in the jillian: alabama lawmakers are hole but not many people talking expected to vote on the strictest abortion law in the about it and it has to do with
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this country's tremendous and ever mounting debt. nation, the bill pushed through after lawmakers got into a screaming match over the measure on the senate floor last week. the bill would ban nearly all jillian: joining us to explain what that means is chief economist for the us abortions in the state. international trade commission, peter morici. what do you make of this and rob: families of 9/11 victims taking the fbi to court what does the united states need demanding the justice department release information about saudi arabia involvement in the deadly 9/11 attacks. to do? >> these tariffs china has andrew j maloney fighting on behalf of those families joined imposed won't have a large effect on the us economy. us last hour to weigh in. we have to compensate them. >> they should disclose this information and not cover for in terms of the american consumer, 25% increase and any nation and provide this thinly spread over everything information and assist us in this concentrated on gasoline and all the science of recession. how can a change in the price of gasoline cause a recession in pursuing justice against the saudi government for what happened in 2001. rob: relatives to the victims the us economy? a lot of the economic analysis say the information is needed to move forward with a lawsuit that family members want the redacted coming out of wall street is names of a saudi official in an being cranked out by democrats as politically biased. they should have their phds ripped from the wall. fbi document they believe rob: what about this talk about
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provided support to the hijackers from inside the united the debt? states before the attack can they manipulate us in this occurred. attorneys for the government refused to release the requested information. national security could be at fight? risk. the next court date is later >> they hold quite a bit of our this summer. at that time a federal judge ordered all requested documents be released. jillian: the suspect in the deadly california synagogue shooting is due in court today. john ernest is facing 109 charges for hate crime violations and also charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder. one woman was killed trying to protect her rabbi. he survived, donald trump at the white house national day of prayer event earlier this month. a traveling carnival worker arrested for pulling 3 women in three weeks. james michael ray facing three murder charges for the debts of athena hobson, elizabeth van meter and jocelyn alcoves. he met them through his job in tennessee. he had no criminal history, allegedly said two of the
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killings were accidental. authorities are calling him a serial killer. a new controversy for bill diblasio days before he is expected to announce he is running for president. according to the new york daily news the democrats police suv was driving the wrong way in a high profile crash in 2015. this afternoon detail surface claiming bill diblasio's security seem orchestrated a cover-up to keep the crash under wraps. the mayor's office denied accusation. nobody was injured in the accident. the field of democrats, montana governor is expected to enter the race, bolick the second major candidate after promising a big announcement over the weekend. he is billing himself as the only democrat who has won in a red state.
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rob: the 2020 dream ticket emerging from the crowded and growing democratic candidate field as the team to take down donald trump. the dream ticket is led by joe biden with kamala harris is some members of the black caucus but do voters agree? here to debate, jason nichols of the university of maryland and kimberly clay sick. i want to start with you. the congressional black caucus, some say this is dream ticket, two black senators running for president was wise one of them not at the top of the ticket? >> i'm not so sure that i agree. joe biden is a fine candidate but also has serious weaknesses with african-american communities. when we look at his history with criminal justice. if i were donald trump or advising donald trump i would
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hammer home that you are someone who was one of the engineers of mass incarceration but the same time when you look at kamala harris she doesn't have anything to the electoral map. she's from california but stacy abrams could possibly deliver georgia. stacy abrams would motivate african-american voters to turn out. rob: let's look at something here quick. nonwhite voters how do you vote if it is biden versus trump, biden 60%, trump 17% and then you put up kamala harris and biden actually does better than kamala harris among nonwhite voters. why is that? >> i'm not sure why that is but
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i saw a similar polling california saying even mayor pete was winning over kamala harris. i love since the democrats putting a strategy together. funny to me if they know it is an appealed battle, it is all downhill from there. the dnc made their pic, their choice, they are going with biden. it is almost like pandering hoping the black voter will say a black person on the ticket, let's vote for them. i have to ask why the dnc or democrat officials not going with mayor pete? he seems to be moderate, right down the middle. nancy pelosi was talking about getting more moderate upfront but ignoring him completely. >> no offense to joe biden but i can't believe how popular he is among all these candidates.
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>> he is the name you know. name recognition, same with donald trump and we were mystified why he was so popular among working-class audiences when he is a new york socialite who wouldn't because dead and a lot of those states prior but he was extremely popular. a lot of his name recognition. joe biden comes across like a likable person. we have seen his policies are not necessarily great. he didn't protect anita hill very well. >> it doesn't speak well of the other candidates. obama's vice president. he has been around forever. >> it is very early. mayor pete has a chance. there are many other candidates. also kamala harris has a chance to get to the top of the ticket.
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we are so early. jeb bush at this point in 2015. rob: she could spring forward. thank you, appreciate your time. jillian: 38 minutes after the hour. tiger woods fresh off his epic masters come back facing an ugly legal battle. the golf superstar was just sued. rob: the supreme court taking a bite out of apple. apps on your iphone, some money coming, back in a minute. ♪ your home and auto" part? -i like that, just not when it comes out of her mouth. -yeah, as a mother, i wouldn't want my kids to see that. -good mom. -to see -- wait. i'm sorry. what? -don't kids see enough violence as it is? -i've seen violence. -maybe we turn the word "bundle" into a character,
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like mr. bundles. -top o' the bundle to you. [ laughter ] bundle, bundle, bundle. -my kids would love that. -yeah.
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political analyst britt hume said there are risks involved in calling out china. rob: the bottom line is china does need to be confronted. >> you don't have a real china with -- china on paper is in a weaker position for a trade war and that is correct. that is not responsive to the suffering of its people as this one is that it is possible chinese government can ride this out even though the suffering more than we are economically. we are in a situation where this is a big turning point. of china doesn't yield on this stuff i don't know where this goes.
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>> the president plans to meet with the chinese president during the g 20 summit in japan. >> the supreme court takes a huge bite out of apple rolling iphone owners comes to the tech giant. jillian: what the ruling means for you. >> reporter: the supreme court did rule against apple saying an antitrust class-action lawsuit could be allowed. this stems from a 2011 class-action lawsuit that claimed apple was a monopoly with the itunes apps store that forced a lot of users to buy apps just from the itunes store which caused the commissions from the apps developers to go up which made consumers have to pay a little more for these apps. apple saying we are not a monopoly. but consumers saying otherwise.
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and 6% by a few of this, the chinese trade tensions. >> i wonder what a chick-fil-a vegan menu might look like. >> you may find out soon. chick-fil-a exploring options for meet substitutes and more fast food restaurants looking to do this. they have the impossible whopper, plant-based burger, mcdonald's looking at some options as well. part of a broader trend we are seeing, chick-fil-a, their only option for those who don't eat meat or chicken, salads, waffle, fries and other side dishes. we could see very soon from chick-fil-a. a lot of people would be happy. >> i've been a vegetarian at least 10 years in the options are even greater. rob: there is a chick-fil-a
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across the street. jillian: major retailers like walmart and target are considering store shelves, what exactly is it, how does it compare to marijuana? doctor safire joins us to break it down. rob: brian kilmeade is here right now. jillian: what? >> let me tell you. what are you laughing at? >> you are looking at the wrong camera. >> column down. coming up straight ahead. more on our interview with patrick shanahan. his hands full on these days. here's his take on the iranian threat.
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>> cyberactivities, ballistic missiles. >> the economic sanctions. might force extreme behavior. >> the maximum pressure campaign. mike pompeo has been waiting, steve mnuchin. >> we pick up in the new york times and get you that story. that is coming up in 45 minutes. unless judge andrew napolitano hits news he will be on the show. liz cheney about the outrageous comments from rashida tlaib and if you have any idea who that guest is coming up, cy young award winner david cohen will be here and you want another graph don't you? rob: keep reading that book. jillian: 13 minutes.
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rob: tiger woods named in a wrongful death lawsuit after an employee died in a car crash, golf star, over serving a known -- a suspected drunk driver died when his car went off the road last december. woods and the rest of his management should be held liable, they are seeking an amount in excess of $15,000 in damages. a doctor who police say called himself the el chapo of opioids is accused of writing prescriptions without ever seen patients. the attorney's office said the
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last 5 years he used his family practice to illegally prescribe painkillers in new jersey and often allow patients to choose their own dosage. he faces 40 years in prison. >> cbd products gaining popularity across the country, even retail giants like walmart and target looking to cash in but how beneficial are the effects of cbd? here to separate fact from fiction is doctor nicole safire. thank you for being here. this is everywhere. what is with the sudden popularity in this? >> cbd products have been around a while but have become trendy. when it comes to cbd, there are some proven reasons to use it
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and some unproven reasons. we will go through fact versus fiction. here's what you want to talk about. cbd can get you high. >> that is fiction. people confuse cbd with thc. when you think of marijuana marijuana has thc and cbd in it. that gives you the high that people don't like. cbd -- cbc is extracted with psychoactive properties. the theory works on that. cbd worked on cb 2 receptors but it doesn't actually. it increases production of your own cannabinoids in your body. it can potentially affect the same without giving a high. cbd has anticancer properties. fact or fiction? >> so -- thc does have known
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properties butple don't like the highest of those. it is not used for cancer as we know. there are theories, small studies that show may be cbd can have these properties but we are a long way before we are treating cancer with cbd but we do know side effects of chemotherapy and cancer in general can be treated with medical marijuana. the third one cbd can treat epileptic seizures, anxiety, ptsd, depression and addiction, fact or fiction? >> that is a lot. fda approved cbd treat seizures. that is the one thing we have large robust evidence showing cbd oil can effectively treat some disorders.
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and there is emerging evidence showing cbd may lower body inflammation but air on the side of caution before people start self treating with cbd oils or any of their products because i don't want people to start managing their own medical conditions that should be effectively managed under supervision of a doctor. >> i was at a pharmacy a couple months ago. having some weird pain in my knees and i happened to be talking to a pharmacist about it and he gave me lotion to try. you should always talk to your doctor. >> you are an extremely intelligent individual. a lot of people will take whatever someone in a white coat says to them and says this might be the right thing to do. talk to your doctor. thanks for having me. we are coming right back.
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rob: welcome back. facebook raising minimum wage for contract workers after facing criticism over the treatment of employees. the tech giant now paying cooks, cleaners, security guards and drivers at least 20 bucks per hour in the bay area of california, new york city and washington, d.c. offices. in seattle contractors will get at least 18 bucks per hour. the company cited a growing cost of living for the increase. jillian: be nice to your neighbor. they could soon be in charge of handing out parking
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tickets. washington, d.c. train people to write out citations from the touch of an app. pilot program lower the number of traffic accidental involving the number of pedestrians and cyclists. rob: stuck in traffic the hungry burger king has you covered testing an app. traffic jam whopper delivered by motorcycle. testing dates in the u.s. jillian: pizza chain unveiling hawaii spaghetti pizza. only available in new zealand right now. rob: sounds horrible. be careful this coffee could burn you. costs 800 bucks a pound. most perspective coffee in the world. jillian: no thanks. have a good day. ♪ wake me up ♪ before you go go ♪ don't hang me on like a i
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don't idon't iyo-yo. steve: welcome aboard, folks. "fox & friends" live from new york city. ainsley: waking up this morning hope you have a wonderful rest of the week. brian: we hope. so certainly a lot of news to go over. between what was happening last night. there was a time when the nighttime shows would be a review of what was happening during the day and just give opinion and then there is this time where things are breaking throughout the night and the 8:00 show dramatically different than
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