tv Fox and Friends First FOX News November 19, 2019 2:00am-3:00am PST
finally the ugly, you can see one of the suspect smashing jewelry cases while the other struggles to get out of the car. they stole $34,000 worth of items but are still on the run. the camel and the cow and what was the other thing? and the donkey. that wraps up this hour, "fox and friends first" continues, goodbye. >> jeffrey told me that is where his good friend bill clinton always chooses to sit as if to reassure me of the elite normalcy of that kind of behavior. rob: shocking developments in the jeffrey epstein case as a new accuser comes forward with claims about former president bill clinton. jillian: federal charges that could come today about epstein's alleged suicide. a busy day on capitol hill with four more witnesses set to testify.
rob: live in washington, donald trump is considering taking the stand. >> i am on meth. >> so am i. i am on meth. rob: the anti-drug psa that means will. jillian: we will tell you about it. "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪ ♪ nothing lasts forever ♪ ♪ hard to hold to get their ♪ going out in the rain ♪ jillian: is this a rob schmidt requested song?
rob: it was cold and rainy, november 19th. jillian: good morning, you are watching "fox and friends first" on tuesday morning. rob: the guards responsible for monitoring jeffrey epstein's jail facing couple charges, ap reports two correctional officers allegedly failed to do their job. jillian: todd pyro with more on how their mistakes may have led to the death of the convicted sex offender. >> reporter: every projecting a plea bargain those two guards could be charged as early as today. those charges including failure to check on epstein every half-hour is required and falsifying log entries to claim they did those checks when in fact they didn't. investigators believe those checks were not done for several hours before epstein was discovered with the bedsheet around his neck. all this is one of epstein's child sex abuse accusers, jane dough 15 described in its direct -- disturbing encounter that she
once took former president bill clinton's eat on the lolita express, the notorious plane epstein used to fly friends and young girls to his private island. >> epstein took my sexual innocence in front of a wall inflamed photographs of him shaking hands and smiling with celebrities and political leaders. jeffrey told me that is where his good friend bill clinton always chose to sit as if to reassure me of the elite normalcy of that type of behavior. rob: benz asked him again number of senators expected to grill bureau of prison director kathleen sawyer about the case when she testifies at a senate judiciary committee oversight hearing. he wrote, quote, epstein's getting custody has ignited a crisis of public trust in your agency. to pretend like this issue won't be a significant focus of attention at this hearing is naïve to the point of being laughable.
there may be details you cannot yet answer, deflecting difficult questions won't cut it. the falsification of records has been a problem throughout the federal prison system but with the epstein case being so high profile it is getting a lot more national attention. rob: thanks so much. jillian: an american and australian protester just released by the taliban as part of a prisoner swap. kevin king and timothy weeks were freed in afghanistan after being held hostage since 2016. both of them worked at the american university of afghanistan. as part of the lieff and government release three prisoners in cutter. one of the men is the son of the leader of the how connie terror network. the afghan government hopes this will toward brokering peace with the taliban and. we will keep you updated as we get more information. rob: new documents show the extent of iran's power over iraq. the unprecedented insight
reveals that iran paid iraqi agents working for the united states to switch sides. infiltrating every aspect of political, economic and religious life. senior fellow from the foundation for defense of democracy says the united states needs to stay active in the region. >> approves iraq is worth fighting for but that battle is going to be more challenging than many americans in the public thought. rob: tensions have escalated as donald trump announced he would pull out of the nuclear deal last year. jillian: a look at the college where hundreds of hong kong protesters have hunkered down for days. they are unsure what to do next as their food supply dwindled and police threatened to arrest anyone who leaves. mike pompeo urging the hong kong government to end the chaos peacefully. >> repeatedly called for restraint from all parties in hong kong, violence by any side is unacceptable.
the hong kong government bears primary responsibility. jillian: pro-democracy demonstrations in hong kong have been going on for 6 months. rob: a live look at capitol hill where week 2 of public impeachment hearings begin in just a few hours. jillian: four witnesses will appear before the house intelligence committee today and griff jenkins is live with what we can expect this time around. >> reporter: buckle up. we have nine witnesses over the next three days, two this morning, two this afternoon, similar to last week. at 9:00 am they will gavel in after swearingen. the opening statement, 45 minutes to each side questioning along with the 5-minute member rounds. the first two witnesses, alexander vinman, jennifer
williams, a to mike pence, at the center of all this, both testifying behind closed doors, the president's call was unusually concerning, no doubt about the investigation, calling it, quote, inappropriate. special envoy kurt voelker and tim morrison take the hot seat, two more transcripts were released of depositions under secretary of state for political affairs david hail. david holmes, ambassador taylor, aided the ukraine embassy, told lawmakers he over hazard the phone call between the president and ambassador gordon sonland, the president only cared about an investigation into the bidens, doesn't care about ukraine. holmes was called to testify thursday. we learned donald trump may be considering an invitation to testify tweeting yesterday even though he did nothing wrong he was considering it. republicans on this committee think that is a bad idea.
>> i wouldn't encourage the president at all. as far as my advice whether he should testify, the president would be lowering himself to adam schiff's level, lowering himself below adam schiff's level. >> reporter: ambassador gordon sondland does not testify until tomorrow but a lot of fireworks will fly today. rob: a lot of redundancy but sondland is the big one. jillian: newt gingrich was speaker of the house during bill clinton's impeachment. rob: based on his experience he says democrats right now are accepting more than a sham investigation, they are looking to overthrow the president. >> none of this is real. what you are faced with here is a democratic party desperately committed to destroying the president. they don't care what the arguments are. they don't care what the facts are. they have an absolute deep
passionate need, i would argue a pathological need to try to destroy the president even if in the process they cripple themselves. all of us who try to talk about fact misunderstand the conversation. this is a drama. this is a drama in which adam schiff and nancy pelosi and others are living out their fantasies, desperation because deep down they think trump is going to be reelected and they are faced with a nightmare. jillian: the house is conducting hearings, the official judgment on impeaching donald trump comes from the senate and the 2 thirds majority vote. rob: lawmakers in sarasota, florida are considering resolution to declare the county a second amendment sanctuary for gunowners. it sends a message to politicians residents support the right to bear arms. of approved sarasota would be the third county in the state to
declare itself a second amendment sanctuary. jillian: donald trump's position setting the record straight about his recent visit to the hospital. the doctor is a letter saying last weekend's trip to walter reed military medical center was part of, quote, a routine plan interim checkup adding the president has not had any chest pain nor was he evaluated or treated for any urgent or acute issues. rob: monday night football, kansas the chief holding off the la chargers despite a surge in the fourth quarter. >> steps up to the end zone, intercepted. jillian: the chiefs taking down the chargers 24-17, the game was played in mexico city. 10 minutes after the hour republicans getting an early christmas president, a fisa abuse hearing is on the books, what could it mean for the
impeachment probe? our next guest, former doj council says it all comes down to this. >> to the federal government, lack of respect in a greater student body breaks my heart. rob: the pledge of allegiance ban. is this what we should be teaching the next generation. completely defeats the pledge's purpose, kansas reform editor-in-chief joins us live. ♪ 448,134 to be exact. they answered 410 questions in 8 categories about vehicle quality. and when they were done, chevy earned more j.d. power quality awards across cars, trucks and suvs than any other brand over the last four years. so on behalf of chevrolet, i want to say "thank you, real people." you're welcome. we're gonna need a bigger room.
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foreign relations committee, thanks for joining us, let's get into this quote from lindsey graham who says horowitz will deliver a detailed report of what he found regarding his investigation along with recommendations as to how to make our judicial and investigative system better. the question is no one knows what this is going to say but you think years from now we look back at this as a defining moment? >> it could be. one of the key questions at play in the doj investigation is what the fbi and justice department knew about the steel dossier before it came out and before they gave it to the court. there has been a lot of debate about that and what the inspector general says about that and the recommendation about how to fix that process going forward if there are problems with the process. rob: you think this could have
an impact on and impeachment probe and i want you to explain how. i don't see what that has to do with a phone call to your friends. >> reporter: one of the claims the president made is this entire investigation of the president and his campaign, turned into the ukraine investigation after the russia investigation got completed is all about a political process and the entire thing is infected with this dossier and alleged misrepresentations about carter page and the like. if it comes out that there were issues in the investigation it plays into the narrative the president laid out about a political investigation. it cost concern in the senate about politics and politicization. jillian: what do you make of the timing of this? >> the timing is something house democrats can't control. the inspector general will do his report. it has been going on since 2018. chairman graham wants to get it
out as soon as possible because of the potential on the impeachment investigation. the timing has nothing to do with the investigation. chairman graham's timing is important to him. rob: the democrats in the house want to investigate whether the president lied to robert mueller in the written statement and the questions, some things came out in the roger stone thing, he was found guilty, that might implicate the president, maybe the president knew about the dnc hack. what do you make of that? >> nancy pelosi indicated she wants to keep the impeachment focused on ukraine. expanding beyond that, whether the president wasn't fully truthful, his lawyers working on those written answers. it is unlikely the president wants to get the trouble there but this is about getting at the grand jury material they wanted out of the grand jury
investigation that the ag refused to give them. jillian: the president sent a tweet saying she said i can do it in writing even though i did nothing wrong and don't like giving credibility to this now due process hoax. i like the idea and will to get congress focused again strongly consider it. what do you think of the president's tweet? >> the president mentioned earlier he might meet with the mueller investigators and give a deposition in person. he did it in writing. lawyers will give the same advice going forward. given what we know about the impeachment process going forward it looks like the president is not -- based on what we know now. for him to testify creates more exposure than it benefits him but the president has his own mind on these issues and may very well want to make his case to the american public directly and if he chooses to do so it could change the game
completely. jillian: he does that every day on twitter. rob: flying in the actual inquiry. we appreciate your time. 18 minutes after the hour. everybody talk about it, only streaming a few days but it has become the target of hackers trying to make a buck as disney make a fortune. the new warning for users of this brand-new service. jillian: peter buttigieg trying to sell his plan for black america by using a stock photo from kenya. the backlash as the presidential candidate struggles to apologize on tuesday morning.
her family's home three years ago, barry the baby in the are kept it a secret for months until she finally told the doctor. richardson, now 20 years old, says i wish i had done differently. i'm plagued by guilt every day for not telling someone. richardson says the baby was stillborn. the jury found her guilty of gross abuse of a corpse during a trial last month. she was sentenced to 3 years probation. a man will spend the rest of his life behind bars after he is found guilty of murdering his fiancée. the jury convicted patrick crazy in the death of kelsey barrett, his former witness. star witness describing how he beat her to death with a baseball bat then burn her body on his ranch in colorado. barrett was last seen in a grocery store in thanksgiving with a couple's young daughter. her body has never been found. jillian: 2020 contender peter buttigieg is apologizing for using the stock photo of a
kenyan woman to promote his plan to battle racial inequality. kamala harris sounding off about the misstep. >> i'm sure someone agrees that was a big mistake and will have to answer for that. i don't have words to describe that. jillian: congresswoman ilhan omar tweeting this is not okay or necessary. several other unrelated events appeared on the website. they have since been taken down. the house judiciary committee will vote on a bill at the center of many democratic campaigns which is would legalize marijuana and he race several marijuana convictions. presidential candidate kamala harris sponsored the bill in the senate. bernie sanders is a vocal supporter but joe biden is an signing on yet. he believes marijuana is a gateway drug.
rob: california suing juul accusing them of a public health epidemic. jillian: they say a targeted teenagers. jillian: they are taking juul to court targeting miners and teens. we will go after anyone who uses deceptive business practices to harm our people. the lawsuit alleged juul sold the product to minors, they did not verify their ages and also targeted these teens through emails, they did not verify their ages. juul says their customer base, when you look at the numbers since juul launched in 2015,
vaping has doubled, e-cigarette use has rosen 22019, those numbers from the attorney general's office. rob: that is something else. the amount of money disney is making off of the streaming services unbelievable. there is a problem. >> they said within their first day or 2 they had 10 million subscribers so absolutely they are making a lot of money. disney is having issues. it has been out for a week, disney plus but hackers are already putting out email addresses and account information for a lot of these customers on the dark web. they reported these accounts being sold on the dark web from anywhere from $3, to $11, they picked the privacy and security of users data very seriously, there is no indication of a security breach on disney plus. likely was going on is you use
the same email address or password with other accounts and if that company had their information compromised and that is on the dark web these smart hackers take the information and try to use it with your disney plus account. jillian: than they are asked for that and i can't keep up. it is 27 after the hour. the new york city police union comes out swimming against michael bloomberg's stop and frisk apology. >> no question it has saved countless lives. >> back then i was wrong. i am sorry. jillian: flip-flopping is nothing new for bloomberg. the former nypd lieutenant says this is proof he's not fit to be president. rob: chickening out on a charity? chick-fil-a is turning its back on organizations that are
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jillian: a look at the headlines this morning starting with a fox news alert. in american and australian professor just released by the taliban as part of a prisoner swap, committee king and timothy weeks after being held hostage since 2016. as part of a deal the afghan government released three prisoners in cutter. they hope it helps peace with the taliban and. criminal charges against two correctional officers guarding jeffrey epstein could come as soon as today. the guards are accused of failing to check epstein every
half-hour and fabricating logs to make it look like they did. epstein is believed to have hung himself in new york jail. the senate will hold a hearing as they investigate possible mistakes from the federal bureau of prisons. a live look at capitol hill where in just hours, week 2 of the public impeachment hearings are set to begin, four witnesses will testify including an advisor to the vice president. donald trump says he is willing to testify even though he doesn't want to give credibility to the probe. rob: reaction pouring in from the law enforcement community after new york city mayor and potential 2020 hopeful michael bloomberg reverses his stance on a policy pushed for years, stop and frisk. >> no question it has saved countless lives. back then i was wrong. and i am sorry. >> reporter: joining me with reaction is u.s. army veteran darren porcher. let's look at some numbers. i want to look at numbers on homicide.
2001, bloomberg takes office, go down to 2013, 335, a good mayor on crime, the city improve under his watch because of policies like stop and frisk. why his he apologized? >> we did experience precipitous drops but the truth of the matter is he's not a consistent leader. at this time the stop and frisk question was an issue in this was overwhelmingly opposed by not just police unions but citizens of new york. as we fast forward to a current day and age you see him folding like a chair for the purpose of running for president. that is not a good leadership quality. we have seen crime lows but police unions have stated we are
using the quantitative statistics on stopping people and there is no correlation between stop and frisk and reduction in crime. rob: you don't think stop and frisk was part of the reduction of crime? >> know. it was more targeted enforcement which was focused on where the crime patterns were occurring in new york city and holding police commanders accountable. it was not about stop and frisk. rob: the police association, mayor bloomberg could have saved himself his apology if you listen to police officers on the street that quota griffin and process is diluted the relationship between cops and the communities. the misguided policy inspired an anti-police movement targeting hatred and violence. the apology is too little too late. a lot of people argue the deterrent of knowing a cop could stop anybody carrying a gun at any time kept people from carrying weapons on the street. if you get caught with an illegal gun on the street you go to jail. >> that is true to a certain point but when you look at stops in comparison to arrests. i want to see upwards of 90% of all of them proved to be nothing. we didn't have anything.
it goes back to the targeting and focus and specific on where these crimes were occurring. rob: let's talk about the apology in general. let's listen to the mayor right here. >> it is not going to happen on a national level for somebody like me unless i was willing to change my views and go on what cnn called an apology tour. i apologize for being male, over 50, white, beto has apologized for being born. rob: do you think it looks weak when you start by apologizing for something you supported for so long? do you do yourself a whole? >> i'm okay with apologizing for something you did wrong but when i look at bloomberg he comes from a hypocritical nature. he started off as a democrat then ran for mayor as a republican, then switched to independent and now he is turning the tide and democrat
all over again so it begs the question of where are you as a leader? you have to have a backbone if you're going to run for president of the united states. rob: the president wins because he doesn't apologize. >> if it is in his heart to get something done he does it and i salute him for that and that shows what leadership qualities are as a result. rob: we are going to do some weather now. i see janice standing over there. we are going to go to jillian. jillian: you gave away what i was going to do next. time to check in with meteorologist janice dean, relatively calm. >> there are the current temperatures, 30s and 40s on the map, 45 in dallas, texas. this coastal low brought a mixture of rain, freezing rain, sleet and slow across new england, that will cost rector
is travel today as we go through the next 6 to 12 hours and the storm will live northeastward, still dealing with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. here's the next big weather maker across the west. a lot of stuff going on, we could see the potential for flooding over the desert southwest officially arizona, flash flood warnings in effect and a lot of heavy snow and a lot of this energy will get into the central plains. take a look at that relatively quiet across, very active across the west. rob: look at all the rain in california. jillian: we will deal with flash flooding unfortunately. rob: 37 after the hour, say anything to get the vice president nomination, won't you, the war of words between kellyanne conway's husband and nikki haley, what sparked this heated feud.
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lying trash, former un ambassador nikki haley hitting back in a tweet saying it is absolutely uncalled for and disgusting. george conway is the last person, george conway did responded in a series of tweets. the world's biggest pathological while liar donald trump is a, quote, truthful man, that is the very essence of disgusting, trashy and pathetic, utterly shameless and transparent dishonesty. he went on to say you will say anything to get the vice presidential nominee, won't you? the ugliness spilling over on social media. stephen on twitter said if you can't beat them call them names. what is wrong with him? another twitter user timing and defending her performance during the impeachment hearing saying she was totally professional.
as for the vice presidential nominee, nikki haley vehemently denied that saying more positive things in her book about the president, she had a positive experience working for him. rob: i think about all the time what their relationship is like. when you make a bad movie you got to own it. carley: for charlie's angels reboot did not go well at the box office making less than $9 billion over the weekend. elizabeth banks who starred in it thinks men might be to blame. people have to say this has to make money. if it doesn't make money reinforces the stereotype that men won't see women do action movies was that logic not making sense to a lot of people, one twitter user pointed out this, the charlie's angels new the in 2000 made $264.1 million worldwide and the sql made $250
million and that is the point there wasn't an appetite for this movie because one was recently made 16 years ago and when the movie makes $9 million in the box office women aren't seeing it either. jillian: this bride shows up to her wedding. >> los angeles firefighters rescued a bride from a traffic emergency. in this major traffic jam in los angeles, and holding them up and got muddy. rescued them without haste, the bride and bridesmaids were loaded into the truck and given a code 3 escort for the wedding venue in the neck of time.
banning the pledge because it is not accepting enough? >> i have no allegiance to pledge to the federal government's lack of respect. rob: the pc police going after the pledge of allegiance, our next generation coming up, but philip sounds off next. jillian: check in with brian kilmeade with what is coming up on "fox and friends". >> i definitely feel like i'm back. you did not miss me, we will talk about that later. let me tell you what we have on tap. we will be looking at the impeachment hearings, we can them today 3, kevin mccarthy is just about taking action about other things, house press secretary fox news contributor sarah huckabee sanders will be talking about what it is like working in the white house not knowing if the person next to you has your back or a stabbing
you in the back, tammy bruce will be here talking about the female voted everything else, lawrence jones about what he discovered about kanye west, we will discuss that with the democrats big hopes and things are breaking kylie jenner's way, the youngest billionaire and invested $6 million into a makeup chain. hopefully things turn around for her. we will discuss that and you don't have to be dress during your show. jillian: what was the logic? >> i don't want them dressed too early. jillian: thanks. we are coming right back. 448,134 to be exact. they answered 410 questions in 8 categories about vehicle quality. and when they were done, chevy earned more j.d. power quality awards across
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jillian: the pledge of allegiance on one college campus, student government leaders voted to ban it. >> i don't pledge allegiance to the federal government. lack of respect and empathy breaks my heart. rob: supporters of the band say the pledge is not inclusive to all students but this is what students should be learning at american university's, to weigh in on that, editor in chief at campus reform, cabot phillips. what do you think? >> to see students come out and say the pledge of allegiance represents an oppressive government. student after student got up at the meeting and that we should not have to take a pledge because we are pledge of allegiance to an oppressive country and oppressive government. the fact they had the privilege
to go out and say how oppressive the government is shows how wonderful our country is in the first place that you can criticize our government without having to have any fear of retribution. and how oppressive having to say the pledge is you are blinded by your own privilege and they don't see their own privilege in that statement, they don't see the american privilege, the fact that globally it is not a common thing to be able to criticize your own government and that is a beautiful thing we have in america. no one is saying you should be forced to say the pledge. mandatory patriotism is not patriotic at all but you should be up to take at least a few seconds out of the day to look back and realize how special the country is and inclusivity of our country, freedom to all people. jillian: to talk to students there are a lot of patriots on college campuses that include dorian thompson, college republican defending the pledge.
>> taking away the rights we have been saying, from people who want to say it. that is what my great-grandfather fought for in world war ii. jillian: we need more of that. >> it was encouraging to see some students speaking up and at campus reform that is an increasingly tough stance to take. interviewing thousands of students, it is now highbrow to be anti-america. when people are patriotic and say we are great country, something to be proud of and special if you look down on it, you must know the history and on the contrary if you knew the history you would see how america is a beacon of freedom in the world and so much of this does them from that anti-american sentiment.
the other aspect of this is president obama. so many people came of age under his presidency and regardless of your opinions on him when you see him going around the world saying american exceptionalism is not a thing, every country think they are exceptional, and apologize to other countries on behalf, that sets the groundwork, maybe we don't need that intense patriotism we had in the past and that can lead to this as well. rob: nobody said the united states is perfect and critics don't leave either. here's grand valley state university on students banning the pledge, student senators are working together to provide compromise that will show respect for differences on the senate but one that is acceptable to those who value reciting the pledge, does that sound fair to you? >> giving students the opportunity is the key here. removing it altogether is the wrong move, if students do feel they shouldn't have it just don't stand up but removing everyone's right to have the opportunity to say it is a problem in this stems from broader conversations about how students are always looking for things that are oppressing them.
when oppression is currency on college campuses students looking around saying i will get special treatment if i say these things press me, what is your target than to say the united states itself is oppressing me, there are students halfway around the world in hong kong fighting real oppression, singing the national anthem of america because they know about true freedom, they would be confused that american students here that have the freedom to speak out against the government are trying to stick that freedom away. rob: thank you, appreciate it, we will be right back. illion preowned vehicles, most with tech features like blind spot detection, back up camera... [kristen gasps] .at .
rob: welcome back. chick-fil-a will stop donating to some christian groups after coming under fire from lgbtq rights organizations. jillian: the charity organization gave millions of dollars to charity organizations some of which oppose same sex marriage. rob: focus to homeless education and hunger. jillian: only people defending them against the woke wolves, good luck. >> another person praising the move finally can i eat at chick-fil-a. this more will power than going keto. jillian: real chick-fil-a i'm sure the left will support you now. rob: won't you be my relative? >> it's a beautiful day in
this neighborhood. ♪ a beautiful day for a neighbor ♪ would you be mine ♪ could you be mine. rob: new movie come out not only is tom hanks playing mr. rodgers on the big screen just found he and mr. rogers are actually related. jillian: no. >> no. you are pulling our leg. >> all this comes together you see. >> this is crazy. rob ron ancestry.com discovered that the two are actually sixth cousins. >> some people may enjoy catching a cold. one in three americans like being sick because it let's them have a break from every day life. catch up on sleep, and binge watch shows and movies. rob: finally the ugly. people on twitter mocking south dakota's new anti-meth campaign. >> meth is not someone else's problem. it's everyone in south dakota's problem. we need everyone to get on it. >> i'm on it. rob: meth, we're on it.
despite the backlash hey twitter the whole point is to raise awareness so i think it's working. jillian: okay. rob: they are on meth in south dakota. jillian: tell us what you think. have a good day. steve: 6:00 in new york city. we start with a fox news alert. an american and professor just released by the taliban in afghanistan as part of a prisoner swap. brian: kevin king and kevin 4r50e67 were freed in afghanistan after being held hostage in 2016. both of them worked at american university of afghanistan. ainsley: the afghan government released three taliban commanders in qatar. steve: he has done his best to release hostages. shortly after they were taken hostage in 2016. auto navy seal team went in and thought they had the exact location. missed them by a couple of hours. and