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[cheering] jon: a major victory in the fight against isis. the group's founder and leader dead in a daring raid led by u.s. special ops forces in northwestern syria, ending a years-long hunt. good evening, i'm jon scott. this is "the fox report." ♪ jon: president trump announced the death of abu bakr al-baghdadi this morning from the white house. he said the isis leader detonated a suicide vest, killing himself and three of his children. the president watched the raid unfold live in the white house situation room and this morning described the final moments of that vicious and violent man. >> he died like a dog. he died like a coward. he was whimpering, screaming and
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crying. and, frankly, i think it's something that should be brought out so that his followers and all of these young kids that want to leave various countries, including the united states, they should see how he died. he didn't die a hero, he died a coward. jon: fox news team coverage. kevin corke is standing by at the white house, but first, national security correspondent jen ebber if griffin live in our -- jennifer griffin live in our d.c. bureau. >> reporter: the u.s. military and cia had been watching this compound five miles from the turkish border for months. eight special operations helicopters flew over highly contested terrain. the president and his national security team watched the operation in realtime from the situation room. it began at 5 p.m. eastern. the president said the flight in and out of syria was the most dangerous part for the special operators. they flew low and fast for an hour and ten minutes and came under fire as they approached the target but not from the
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russians who control that air space and were given advance warning about the operation through a deconfliction line. up to 70 u.s. special operations forces launched from their base erbil. the president described al-baghdadi's last moments. >> he reached the end of the tunnel as our dogs chased him down. he ignited his vest, killing himself expect three children. and the three the children. >> reporter: three of his own children whom he tried to use as human shields. the president says u.s. forces were on the ground in the compound for over two hours and collected, quote, highly sensitive information on future isis operations. a large number of isis fighters were killed, some captured alive. two of baghdadi's wives wore suicide vests but were killed before they could detonate. president trump said they made a positive id of baghdadi within
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15 minutes. >> his body was mutilated by the blast. the tunneled had caved in on it in addition. but test results gave certain, immediate and totally positive identification. it was him. >> reporter: facial recognition was used. when they left syria, the operators brought back baghdadi's d, this a, more than they liked according to the president. no u.s. special operators were killed or seriously injured during the raid. however, a u.s. military dog was injured and might lose his right front leg after hunting baghdadi down that tunnel which proved to be a dead end. jon? jon: a remarkable operation. katherine -- i'm sorry, jennifer griffin, thank you. president trump's announcement offal a baghdadi's death caught washington by surprise, but some lawmakers more surprised than others. fox news has learned the white house did notify some
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republicans on capitol hill but not, apparently, any democrats. chris: you're saying that none of the gang of eight, you're talking about the intel head and the ranking minority member in each party as well as the leaders in the house and senate, none of them were informed about this in. >> on the democratic side. and i was told that just before ai came on. chris: not chuck schumer? not nancy pelosi? not adam schiff? >> that's correct. jon: kevin corke is live at the white house with more on that. kevin? >> reporter: jon, to that in just a moment, but first, the president described him this way, we're talking about the terror leader, he died like a dog, talking about the way that al-baghdadi ultimately met his merrick at the end of a tunnel, a dead end tunnel, and the president, by the way, also thanked a number of regional partners. it required a great deal of coordination, as you know, so the president did say he was thankful that not only the russians, but the turks, the is
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syrians, the kurds and even the iraqis all helping to make this happen. the death of a mass murderer, is what we're talking about. and by the way, jon with, despite being hailed as a major victory in the or what on terror -- in the war on terror, some have questioned why the white house neglected to inform some congressional democrats including house speaker nancy pelosi. >> we notified some, others are being notified now as i speak. we were going to notify them last night, but we decided not to do that because washington leaks like i've never seen before. there's nothing, there's no country in the world that leaks like we do. and washington is a leaking machine, and i told my people we will not notify them until the, our great people are out. not just in, but out. >> reporter: operational security, according to the president, the key there. now, for her part the house speaker from california issued a statement from the hill, and it reads thusly: americans salute
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the heroism, dedication and skill of our military and our intelligence professionals and acknowledge the work of our partners in the region. we are relieved that no u.s. personnel died in this daring raid. the death offal baghdad city is significant, but the death does not mean the death of isis. scores of isis fighters remain under uncertain conditions in syrian prisons, and countless others in the region and around the world remain intent on spreading their influence and committing acts of terror, that from the house speaker. meanwhile, al-baghdadi's death is welcome news for the family of journalist james foley, the freelance war correspondent, you may recall, was beheaded by isis members back in 2014 nearly two years after he was kidnapped in syria. this from a family spokesperson: i am grateful to our president and troops, i hope this will hinder the resurgence of terrorist groups. i remain concerned about the
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dozen americans held hostage in syria including austin tice, we've heard a lot about him, and i ask president trump to make them and all american hostages a priority. jon, i should wrap up by telling you this, during the president's remarks he said there are other top isis leaders that are in the sights of american operationers in the region -- operators in the region. he said they too will soon be brought to justice. jon? jon: kevin corke at the white house, thank you. let's bring in retired four-star general jack keane, fox news senior strategic analyst and chairman of the institute for the study of war. as a top military leader, general, you've seen your share of remarkable military operations. how does this one rate? >> well, it's right there at the top of the heap, truly a remarkable operation. many things we take for granted sometimes in terms of the outcome of these operations, but what goes into it is really
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quite extraordinary. you're talking about long distances at night, likely having to refuel those helicopters mid-air refueling. if you've never seen one of those operations, that's dangerous in and of itself. flying pinpoint to a target, having to provide security and then the penetration force goes in. the skill of the pilots, the skill of the operators and, listen, the intelligence involved in this, like other operations, is really crucial. and that involves our central intelligence agency, to be sure, and others. it involves also, reportedly, iraqi detention centers where their interrogators picked up information on the location as well. and the syrian kurds had some idea based on their own intelligence. so you put all those pieces together, and we actually have an accurate location where baghdadi was located and a remarkable operation to go in and capture and kill him. i understand the mission was to capture if they could, and that
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was not possible because of what he chose to do to himself. he died a coward's death, i agree with the president. of you know, jon, i think there's just a sense of justice here. this is an iconic, spiritual operational leader who conducted barberrism on a national -- barbarism on a national stage in terms of the scale of it, and truly he has been brought to justice. it doesn't compare to the pain that he's inflicted on thousands of yazidis, christians, jews, muslims in that part of the world and the 30-40 affiliates that are part of isis now who are creating the same kind of mayhem in their own countries. but this is a victory, it's a milestone. it's not the end of this organization, to be sure. jon: but it is whack-a-mole, general. i mean, when you kill one of these leaders, it seems like isis and groups like it have two or three ready to take their place. >> yeah, but it's not whack-a-mole, it's much more significant than that. i mean, this is a spiritual leader of an organization that
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took the world stage and achieved prominence more than any other organization in its history. he grew from 600 fighters in iraq to close to 40,000, conducted an invasion of two prominent country. seized those lands in syria and iraq and declared it an islamic state and stood there boldly for almost five years defying anybody to come take it away from him. and we finally did. but in the meantime, he conducted or inspired attacks on nine nato countries multiple times, inspired attacks on the united states, to be sure, and as i said, grew a worldwide organization. what happened here, there'll be another leader. he won't be as notorious because he didn't form the organization. we're fighting an ideology, and as long as young people are attracted to that ideology, jon, that -- this fight is going to continue. and i think if we've learned anything, it's that we've got to have some presence in the countries from which this
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ideology is coming from. so we have the intelligence from locals and we're able to go after them when the opportunities a arise. and this is a case in point. jon: it shows what you can do with a relatively small number of troops and good intelligence. diane foley, she said he hopes his death hinders the resurgence of isis. will it? >> it's a setback for the organization and particularly how he died, the the cowardly way he died certainly will be transmitted worldwide. they're recruiting -- their recruiting has gone down dramatically since the caliphate has been destroyed for obvious reasons. they're not able to get out on the internet in the same way as persistent as they had in the past. so it's a setback. but the ideology is alive. and i'm a little concerned about where he was found, because this is an inland province, and there's a huge amount of al-qaeda present there. i cannot imagine him being there
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without the al-qaeda permitting that to happen and without baghdadi's -- with al-baghdadi's death, there may be a union of these two organizations, and that could pose a danger in and of itself. jon: our senior strategic analyst jack keane. general, thanks very much for your expertise. >> good talking to you, jon. jon: meanwhile, democrats escalate their impeachment inquiry as gop lawmakerrers push back on the secretive process. more witnesses have given closed door depositions, including in a rare saturday session. earlier last week congressional lawmakers heard from our ambassador to the ukraine, william taylor. republicans claim witness testimony is being selectively leaked out of context. garrett tenny has more from washington. >> reporter: the heads of the three house committees leading the impeachment effort are again slamming the white house for obstructing their investigation. former deputy national security adviser charles cupperman is scheduled to testify monday, but on friday asked a federal court if he should comply or follow
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president trump's direction to assert immunity. in a letter due to his attorneys last night, the heads of the committees called it, quote, ab obvious and desperate tactic by the president to delay and obstruct the lawful, constitutional functions of congress and conceal evidence about his conduct from the impeachment inquiry and warned cupperman that he could be held in contempt if he doesn't appear. on fox news sunday, democratic congressman eric swalwell said any efforts to block testimony only help build their case against president trump. >> if he's going to obstruct our efforts, we're going to put that in the bucket of a consciousness of guilt. >> reporter: the president's allies continue to criticize efforts and to call for a more open process. >> 50 republicans have told the nancy pelosi house democrats that what you're doing to the president is unfair. impeachment has turned into a sham driven by sore losers.
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this is a sore loser effort here more than it is anything else. they just don't like the fact that trump beat 'em. >> reporter: several more witnesses are expected to appear before the committees this next week including the principal deputy secretary for defense for international security affairs who reportedly told at least one other diplomat that ukraine would not receive military aid until it opened an investigation into the bidens. jon? jon: garrett tenney, thank you. former michigan congressman john conyers has died. fox news has confirmed the democratic lawmaker passed away in his sleep overnight. he was the longest serving african-american member of congress representing the detroit area for more than 50 years. back in 1969 he played a key role in founding the congressional black caucus but was forced to resign two years ago amid allegations of sexual harassment which he denied. john conyers was 90 years old. more on isis leader al-baghdadi's death coming up,
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♪ ♪ >> we observed increased fire behavior, and there was containment lines installed and firing operations that were overtaken by the fire. jon: in california governor gavin newsom has declared a statewide emergency as powerful shifting winds make conditions more difficult for firefighters battling wildfires in the northern part of the state. this as crews make progress against the tick fire in southern california which is now 55% contained. dan springer is live in heelsburg in northern california wine country where residents are among the nearly 200,000 people under mandatory evacuation orders. dan, what's the latest? >> reporter: yeah, jon, an historic part of sonoma county was destroyed this morning, this is all that is left of the sew e da rock winery. -- soda rock winery. it was a general store, a school and a post office built in 1869,
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150 years ago. a wind gust of 93 miles per hour was clocked in the area. when embers blew in, the building was quickly a total loss. was man was living here in an apartment, an art studio at the time. luckily, he followed the mandatory evacuation. he is alive today because of it. in all, 190,000 people are under evacuation. the biggest ever in sonoma county. officials are being extra cautious because just two years ago in this same area 22 people were killed in what's known as the tufts fire. evacuees are obviously and understandably emotional. >> i'm a little tired because it's very emotional, it's very wearing on you, you know? just going through it and watching other people go through it. >> when the fire started coming down the hill and the smoke came with it, right? couldn't breathe. >> financial documents expect phone numbers we need, birth certificates, that was really it. and lots of diapers.
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>> reporter: the kincaide fire is the biggest in the state charring 30,000 acres and destroying 79 buildings including 31 homes. it has 3,000 firefighters working it. the goal is to have it contained by november 7th. so many people in the state are affected by fires in different ways. a grass fire in vallejo shut down interstate 80. 2.3 million people are without power because the utility pg&e proactively put in place blackouts to avoid the wind bringing down charged power lines and starting more fires. but the governor is still not satisfied. >> difficult calls, professionals need to make them. but a society as industrious and innovative as ours should not have to face the choice between public safety and public blackouts. >> reporter: a red flag warning will be in effect all throughout the night and not be lifted until 1 11:00 tomorrow
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morning. there's supposed to be lighter winds on monday but then stronger winds again on tuesday. jon? jon: dan springer in northern california, thank you. given the wind factor, the weather forecast is crucial for both northern and southern california. joining us with the latest on that and across the nation, senior broadcast meteorologist lauren rainson. lauren? >> jon, we continue to track that elevated wildfire danger over these next couple of days. i want to point out manager to you. check out -- something to you. check out this dry air surging in from the north to the south right through california. we're talking about dewpoints in the single digits to lower teens. this is incredibly dry air. note by late in the day monday into tuesday the dewpoint numbers will try to bounce back just a bit. the rest of sunday night and into monday those winds will be ramping back up again, of course, very bad for all of those wildfires. late monday and into tuesday
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those winds will try to subside just a bit as we'll get another sense of relief before that next trough will dive in from the north. several red flag warnings and high wind alerts remain intact all the way through the monday. what this means is your accu weather is calling for winds blasting 70-90 mileses per hour. we're already seeing the strongest of the winds get underway across northern and central california first, in time through the rest of the overnight hours into monday morning, those strongest winds will progress eventually into southern california once again. you're finding the strongest wind gusts below the passes and canyons, and that extends into southern nevada as well. the only good thing about this incoming trough is it's bringing in much cooler air. no, we are no longer talking about high temperatures in the 90s. those crews battling the fires out this are up against highs in
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the 70s. it's just that this cold front is bringing in those stronger winds. we're going to be tracking more potential elevated fire danger late tuesday to wednesday. want to make sure you stay tuned for that. of jon? jon: lauren rain soften, we'll be watching -- rainson, we'll be watching. a manhunt underway in texas after two people are killed in a shooting in greenville. shots rang out shortly after midnight at a halloween and homecoming party near texas a and m university-commerce. officers had been called to the scene to deal with parking complaints about 15 minutes before the shooting. authorities believe the gunman might have been targeting just one person at the party. a dozen people were injured. police say this was not a school-sanctioned event. a programming note for you now, tonight fox news hosts a special town hall focused on issues police officers face across the country. harris faulkner will speak with police union leaders, community activists and others amid a
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president trump announced the death of isis leader and founder iowa -- abu bakr al-baghdadi. i'm jon scott, and this is "the fox report." al-baghdadi killed himself curl -- during a u.s. raid, a major blow to the terrorist group. addressing the nation this morning, the president said al-baghdadi died like a, quote, coward, and that the world is now a much safer place. team coverage continues. trey yingst in our middle east bureau with the latest reaction from the international community, but first, jacqui heinrich with more on this incredible operation. >> reporter: the president called this a dangerous and daring operation two weeks in the making. eight military helicopters carrying special operations forces flew fast and low through a volatile region of northwest syria last night. soldiers breached the walls of the come bound where abu bakr
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al-baghdadi was hiding and chased him into a dead end tunnel where he detonated a suicide vest. american forces spent about two hours combing through that compound, gaining sensitive information on future plans. no american soldiers were killed. the president watched it unfold from the situation room, and while most lawmakers widely praised the operation, some were incented president trump -- insented president trump didn't tell top leadership. nancy pelosi wrote: the house must be briefed on this raid which the rugs were -- which the russians were notified of in advance. senator lindsey graham did receive advance notice. >> this is a moment where president trump's worst critics should say, well done, mr. president. >> it's to the administration's advantage to be able to say we informed congress we were going in, they were aware of the risks. we at least gave them the chance to providefieldback. that wasn't -- feedback. that wasn't done here. >> reporter: president trump said he made his decision
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because of potential leaks. >> no, i didn't do that. i wanted to make sure this was kept secret. i don't want to have people lost. >> reporter: mean time, news of the killing coming to relief of new yorkers who 18 years ago suffered the worst attack on american soil since pearl harbor. nearly 3,000 people were killed on 9/11, and since the rise of the islamic state, there have been numerous attempted attacks in new york including the times square bombing in 2008 and the attack on the west side highway in 2017. police stymied attempts in 2009, 2010 and twice in 2015. nationwide, federal authorities say there have been more than 850 domestic terror investigations this year leading to 90 arrests of potential attackers, jon. jon: good riddance toal baghdadty. great operation. -- to
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al-baghdadi. he was the most wanted terrorist in the world. trey yingst picks up that part of the story from our jerusalem bureau. trey? >> reporter: jon, good evening. many leaders around the world were waiting for president trump to address the nation this morning from washington about the death of isis leader abu bakr al-baghdadi. we are getting reaction in israel, benjamin netanyahu congratulating president trump, calling this an incredible achievement for the president. also reaction from the french president, emmanuel macron, who said this was a major blow to daish, but he went on to say this is not the final step. also the iranians reacting, really downplaying the efforts of the americans. not unexpected, but they basically said you just killed your creature, referring to someone they believe was created by the united states. now, moving forward it's important to note this larger global perspective in the fight against isis. remember the u.s.-led coalition had more than ten countries operating in both iraq and syria
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with airstrikes and ground operations to try to rid this area of the islamic state. and baghdadi was a symbol for isis. back in 2014 you might remember that infamous video in mosul, iraq, where baghdadi addressed a group of people at a mosque saying that isis planned to take over the world. they would start in iraq and syria and move toward the west. it's important to note that baghdadi did have a history as the previous leader of al-qaeda in iraq back in 2010. he was widely seen as a symbolic figure but not a figurehead in the sense that he often operated in the shadows and behind the scenes. we do know from reports indicating this eye us is still -- isis is still operating in a number of places around the world including egypt, algeria and afghanistan. the president often notes he believes the islamic state is 100% destroyed. this is not true, but we do know their leader is dead. jon? jon: for more on this and the potential diplomatic impact of
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how baghdadi's confirmed death, trey yingst, thank you, we want to bring in michael wilner, white house correspondent for mcclatchy. it's another moment similar to, you know, the killing of osama bin laden, and the president made that dramatic announcement from the white house, michael. give us your perspective. >> well, indeed, he obviously made an announcement that was quite reminiscent of president obama's announcement of the killing of osama bin laden. and you've seen similar reactions and bipartisan praise for the operation and for the men and became who were part of the operation in the armed services. i think, though, that the way in which he made the announcement and, obviously, offered operational details shortly afterwards in a press availability was unusual. it caught some people off guard, and i think that's going to continue the story for some days
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to come. jon: the president has, perhaps, no bigger political enemy than adam schiff, the head of the intelligence committee who's conducting those impeachment inquiries in secret, in the basement of the house building. we just heard adam schiff saying that he thinks the president should have noticed, notified congress in advance so that members of congress could kind of give a thumbs up or thumbs down. but they are not the commander in chief, he is. congressional members don't really play a role in decisions like this, do they? >> technically, you're absolutely right, and technically the president had no obligation to inform members of congress. it is tradition to do so for whatever that's worth, and obviously the president had lindsey grahamming at the white house -- graham at the white house before make the public announcement. so i think it's reflective of the time that we're in at the moment, of course. that the president wouldn't want
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to, especially, brief adam schiff. but any democratic member of congress in the advance. i think, again, it's a further erosion of some of the norms that we've seen in place in prior instances. jon: perhaps not surprisingly the president is receiving strong praise from the republican side of the aisle. here's congressman mark green of tennessee. >> this is all just a part of an everyday work in this organization, in these organizations that come together to do these kinds of missions. this is what they do, and they're the best at it on the planet. in fact, no nation in history has ever been able to project power like this, and i just commend them. of course, i commend the president. we got one bad ass president to make this kind of decision. jon: to so, obviously, republicans pretty happy about what has transpired. also the fact that so many governments, you know, overseas
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governments had to be notified in a very conflicted part of the world in order for this operation to go as smoothly as it did. >> certainly. and, obviously, the president offered his thanks for those governments for agreeing to deconflict and allow u.s. forces into air space controlled in this case by the turks and the russians. and he also, it should be noted, offered thanks to the syrian kurds who, obviously, the president has been in conflict with, if you will, over the past several weeks given his announcement earlier this month that he'd be pulling u.s. troops out of northern syria where, obviously, the turks would like to create a buffer zone where the syrian kurds currently reside. it would appear as if the syrian kurds were integral to this operation, offering intelligence on the ground based on where abu
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bakr al-baghdadi had been and also the nature of this compound that had a all of these underground tunnels that the president went into detail on -- jon: we hope to, we hope to learn more in the days ahead. michael wilner from mcclatchy, thank you. another city day for the 2020 -- busy day for the 2020 democratic candidates with some key candidates branching out early. a live report from the campaign trail coming up next. ♪ ♪ ic playing ] [ tires screech ] mom, you've got to get yourself a new car. the car's fine. [ car horn honks ] i wish i could save faster. you're making good choices. you'll get there. got it? yeah.
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a state that voted for republican white house candidate mitt romney in 2012 and president trump in 2016. biden's visit to the tarheel state comes one day after he and several other 2020 candidates were in south carolina to lay out their plans for criminal justice reform. kristin fisher is following it all live in during -- durham, north carolina. kristin? >> reporter: well, jon, former vice president joe biden started his speech by commending the courage of the u.s. special forces who took out al-baghdadi and by criticizing president trump for his decision to pull u.s. troops out of northern syria. >> isis remains a threat to the american people and our allies, and we have to keep the pressure on. we can't walk away. we can't walk away from our friends, we can't walk away from those people. and, by the way, the kurds gave 10,000 lives to end that caliphate. and we owe them. >> reporter: now, biden was speaking at the oldest
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historically black high school still open in north carolina, and he spent a lot of time talking about all the ways that he believes president trump has hurt the black community. >> both clear language and code, this president's fanned the flames of white supremacy. flat out. and here's the deal, our children are listening. and our silence is complicity. >> reporter: over in south carolina, similar attacks against the president from elizabeth warren, tulsi gabbard and julian castro who were attending day three of a criminal justice forum. and there's one question that kept getting asked of the candidates over and over by the black students in the audience. they were asking them what advice would you give me the next time i'm pulled over by the police. here's how two of the candidates answered. >> just by saying this is not your fault, this is the fault of
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discrimination. and that we still feel it in this world. and here's one of the tangible effects -- >> i would respect what they are doing so that you don't get shot in the back of the head, but with i would also -- but i would also be very mindful of the fact that as a nation we have got to hold police officers accountable for the actions that they commit. or. >> reporter: and, jon, as you might imagine, that response from sanders is getting quite a bit of pushback from the black community online. jon? jon: kristin fisher, thank you. some new questions on how vaping products are marketed to teenagers. plus, a change of tube for one of the most successful rappers of all time. why a brand new kanye west album
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renewed scrutiny for using social media and influencers to target younger customers. attorneys general in florida and massachusetts are now investigating them for using tactics geared toward minors. we have the story from boston. >> our kids came home from school and said, you know, something very strange happened today. >> reporter: dorian's concerns started one day -- >> after talking with them, we also were stunned. >> reporter: what was supposed to be a drug and alcohol presentation, she said, turned into a sales pitch from a vape company representative. as teen vaping rates hit record highs, the industry is facing several investigations into how it's marketing its products to teens. >> the tobacco industry had to take a step back and figure out how to sell product differently. >> reporter: david richard is a marketing professor at emerson college. he says vape companies have taken a page from big tobacco's playbook hoping to get a younger
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audience hooked on nicotine. one company reportedly paid social media influencers hundreds of thousands of bucks to make vaping seem cool and safe. >> they were regulated out of being able to advertise on traditional media, things like billboards, magazine ads, tvs. those were suddenly off the table. so what they did is they readjusted onto digital media; specifically, social media. >> reporter: here in massachusetts, all vape products have been temporarily banned by the governor. meanwhile, on the national level president trump has pledged to outlaw all flavored products, drawing backlash from the industry. >> it will rip these products out of the hands of the adults who have quit smoking. >> reporter: but tony aboud of the e-cig vaping technology group urges regulators to crack down on tactics geared towards kids. >> they understand it's a big
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problem because if that they don't curtail it, then the government will, and whenever the government gets involved, it's never a good ending for the industry. >> reporter: order in for the e-cigs to stay on the market, a new set of fda requirements is forthcoming. jon: kanye west is changing his tune, or maybe his lyrics at least when it comes to his old material. the rapper says he will not be performing his older songs live anymore with their original, profan the city-laced words with. -- profanity-laced words with. he released his new spiritual album, jesus is king. he tells tmz he's planning to go on tour but is not giving a timeline. his last tour ended abruptly in 2016 after he suffered a nervous breakdown. the world series once again up for grabs after the astros evened things up with the nationals in grand fashion last night. a preview of the pivotal game five up next. ♪ ♪ ah, mr. resourceful,
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>> the world series is all tied up at two games a post after astros beat the national last night. president trump is scheduled to be at tonight's game. but he will not be tossing out the first pitch.
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>> good evening, we're go an hour from the first pitch, president trump and the first lady are expected to leave the white house by then and make their way here to national park, security at the park is increasing from the last couple days, which is to be expected from a presidential visit. we have news with the nationals as they get ready, their pitcher for tonight, sherd scherzer will noting plays because of black bs ems. -- spha spasms. >> he comes in said he is hurt this bad, he is hurt, he is very upset, he wants to be out there with his teammates. hopefully we can get him back
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from game 6 or 7. >> we are not going to high 5 or have that moment where we feel like we have some sort of advantage, we need to find a way to beat joe ross now. reporter: there are no plans to change the ceremonial first pitch, that is from dc chef jose andre, well-known in washington community and done a lot for puerto rico community, ticket prices for tonight are down from friday and saturday, it is sunday night, we saw tickets go are for 600 today, it is unclear whether or not the fans will see president trump, while here in the stadium or if he will stay in the sky box. john.jon. jon: mark looking forward to that thank you. and that is how "fox reports"
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this sunday, on sunday october 27, i am jon scott, thank you for joining us, we'll see you again next weekend. sunday" is . >> last night the united states brought the world's >> last night united states brought the world'sde number one leader to justice. abu bakr al-baghdadi is dead. s leader, al-baghdadi, has been killed in a raid by the u.s. military in syria. the president spoke earlier today from the white house. i'm chris wallace, and hello again from fox news in washington. baghdadi is perhaps the world's most wanted man with a $25 million bounty on his head, responsible for overseeing the global jihad that created a caliphate across syria and iraq and inspired


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