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which in this case happens to be the competition - since they don't offer the same amount of cameras as the silverado. literally in the rear-view. where they should be. ♪ >> in no way, shape or form, did you receive any indication whatsoever for anything that resembles a quid pro quo. is that correct? >> that is correct. >> it is november 20th. happening at 4:00 am on the east coast, dems in denial, four witnesses take the stand in impeachment hearings and undercutting claims of quid pro quo. live in washington as another highly anticipated witness prepared to take the stand. the conspiracy, the fbi looking
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into the jailhouse suicide of jeffrey epstein, questions that remain. if you can't play nice, play now, to keep politics off of the table. "fox and friends first" starts right now. ♪ >> a live shot from new york city. hot and cold. you could refer to be impeachment inquiry and hearings, "fox and friends first" on wednesday morning. thank you for starting the day
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or ending the day with us. helicopter crash killing two american servicemembers in afghanistan overnight and because of the incident under investigation but the military does not believe the chopper was shot down. 19 american servicemembers have died in afghanistan this year. the crash comes one day after the taliban stopped in american and -- three terror commanders held by the afghan government. breaking overnight the military killed a top terror target. officials in somalia sale us drone strike killed a senior officer in mogadishu with the terror group out shabab. the officer was not named what has links to foreign extremists in the planning of future attacks.
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and dozens of targets inside syria overnight. look at this video, a huge explosion outside damascus, 11 people were killed. syria claims introduced most missiles before they reached their target. the airstrike sent a response to rockets fired at the israeli controlled golan heights on tuesday. narcotics investigator shot and killed while trying to keep his community safe. cecil was patrolling a neighborhood in augusta, georgia. a proactive mission to curb gun violence. the 36th officer shot and killed in the line of duty this year. a great day for republicans, donald trump celebrating after
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two new rounds of marathon testimony in the public impeachment hearing. griff jenkins joins us to break it all down as we gear up for another day of hearings. >> reporter: i started with it before the sun came up. the president calling it, the most extensive day of hearing so far, the day began with decorated army, alex vindman testified at the phone call was inappropriate along with jennifer williams who said the call was unusual. a charge behind these cause of bribery republicans dug in. >> you never used the word bribery or bribe to explain donald trump's conduct? >> no, sir. >> you haven't either? >> that is correct. >> reporter: more key testimony
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from kurt volcker, the point man in the us, tim morrison again, republicans dug in. >> did the president of the united states ever say he was not going to allow wade to the united states, and the 2016 election. aren't you the official? >> that is correct. >> reporter: at the end of the day chairman adam schiff blasted the republicans defense of donald trump. >> their objection is he got caught, that someone. the whistle. they would like this whistleblower identified, the president wants this whistleblower punished. that is their objection. not that the president engaged in this conduct, but that he got caught. the defense is did he release the aid, after he got caught.
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>> reporter: at 9:00 am, one of the most anticipated witnesses, ambassador to the eu gordon houthi ainsley: -- gordon sondland will appear along with david hail. lots more on tap today. heather: afternoon into evening as it was yesterday. witnesses in the impeachment hearing reiterating hunter biden raised concerns of potential conflicts of interest, real clear investigation, mark hemingway agrees, the story doesn't add up. >> hunter biden, doesn't make sense. his lawyer put out a statement last month saying it was all about corporate reform and transparency, helping improve business practices.
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reuters independently reported paperwork saying he wasn't paid for board service which his lawyer was paid for. he was paid for consulting services. not board service. a bigger consultant for a company, independent member of the board. if it were a us company, ukrainian company this might be violation of the law. >> reporter: reluctance wanted hunter biden on the witness list but adam schiff denied their request. another big story, jeffrey epstein's death possibly linked to a criminal enterprise. capitol hill lawmakers demand answers jackie ibanez live in studio is two guards are formally charged. >> reporter: brand-new questions in the death of jeffrey epstein as the president's director called a black eye for the entire bureau.
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demanding to know how it happened. >> i major malfunction of criminal enterprise to allow this to happen. are you looking at both? >> criminal enterprise, yes. >> reporter: a spokeswoman for director sawyer walking back of the statement say when the director referenced criminal enterprise she was merely mirroring the language lindsey graham used, the two guards responsible for watching epstein face criminal charges this morning. they are accused of not checking epstein and creating fake logs to make it look like they did. all inmates are locked up for the night. a half hour later video shows while checking on epstein's cell, guards are supposed to have our checks but prosecutors say they are surfing the incident and taking naps. epstein was found hanging in his
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cell just 15 feet away from the guards. there were systematic problems, speculation about the cause of epstein's death but the prison bureau insist there is no evidence to suggest it wasn't a suicide. shannon: thank you very much. let's talk about the election. pete buttigieg could be a big target in the democratic presidential debate. he is suddenly a front runner in two key states. first he appeared at the top of the recent iowa paul and now a poll conducted in new hampshire, a 10 point lead, joe biden and elizabeth warren had 15% support, bernie sanders with 9%. in new york state the state accuses juul of deceptive
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marketing. california taking legal action against the e-cigarette company, juul is accused of targeting and illegally selling to minors and promoting their devices as a safer alternative to traditional cigarettes. in a statement, juul is set on resetting the vapor category in the us and earning the trust of society. the time is 10 minutes after the top of the hour and four testimonies down with two more days to go. are we any closer to impeachment? not according to the democrats own witnesses. >> did either of you have evidence of quid pro quo? >> no, ma'am. >> i did not. >> any evidence of bribery? >> now. >> what happens now? our next guest is a former doj official and says the democrats should just drop it. did you catch this during the hearing?
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>> did either of you have evidence of quid pro quo? >> i did not. >> any evidence of bribery? >> no, ma'am. >> any evidence of treason? >> no, ma'am. heather: tim morrison and kurt volcker blowing holes in the impeachment case as the second week of hearings kick off on the hill. are the left app store witnesses exposing major flaws in the investigation? here to react, thank you for so much for joining us, we appreciate it after a very long day of testimony.
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what did you think overall? >> i thought it was interesting because the message of impeachment is not making it through. what we need, what the country would need in order to get behind impeach and removing donald trump would be clear and convincing evidence of a crime. some criminal scheme or act. i don't think a single witness including those who don't like the president's foreign-policy, i don't think a single witness provided that evidence of a crime. >> it just continues from republicans hammering home the point. >> when he became aware military assistance, you answered to my knowledge and the news on security assistance for ukrainian government circles.
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that your testimony is? shannon: ukrainian officials said we weren't aware anything was being held. >> that's right. what is really interesting too is when colonel vindman was talking about the president he said the president made demands of a to being withheld or being released in return for investigations and if you look at the transcript of the call which vindman has said is accurate there is not a single demand. the president asked for a favor asked if you would look into something. this is what we call qualifying language. the farthest thing from a crime you can get. heather: the democrats would confront the witnesses and tell the witnesses what they believed the witnesses really thought. that was amazing to me. >> it is not what would happen in a court of law. i think colonel vindman hurt his
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own credibility by appearing it is part of it by interpreting the call instead of sticking to the facts of what is clearly in the call and there is not a single demand in the call, definitely not criminality. heather: donald trump reacted to the hearings as one would expect at this point, a great day for republicans and a great day for our country. do you believe that to be the case in terms of democrats and republicans? >> that is a positive way of looking at things. it means something dramatically wrong in body politic and there are no winners here. i understand the president said that but i don't think there are any winners in an impeachment hearing. heather: to stop the whistleblower from being named.
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devon nunez and i believe it was lieutenant colonel alexander vindman and adam schiff. >> the july 25th phone call with anyone outside the white house? >> the intelligence community. >> what agency was this individual from? >> if i could interject we need to protect the whistleblower. >> i do not know who the whistleblower is. >> we are not naming the whistleblower, but doesn't make a lot of sense, lieutenant colonel vindman paused and said the second person he had spoken to about the situation, he could name, then he said he didn't know who the whistleblower was. adam schiff, what is going on their? >> you are talking about
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impeaching, removing a president from office when you have hearsay testimony, people who heard things second or third hand and don't have the opportunity to hear from the person who started it all. in a criminal trial for shoplifting you would have the ability to hear from the accuser, and the actual incident, we are not getting any of that. it doesn't exist, what law protects the whistleblower's identity. certainly whistleblower statutes protect the whistleblower from reprisals but not from having their identity named especially when talking about criminal or quasi criminal proceedings that flow from that information, violates every american notion of fundamental fairness and due process. heather: lieutenant colonel vindman said he spoke with the second individual from the intel community and also knew that he could not release that person's name.
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thank you so much. we appreciate it. we will see what happens today. 19 after the top of the hour, eddie gallagher not over yet. they just defied the president and you know going pc, out of this new nonpartisan game. carly shimkus is here with reaction. (client's voice) remember that degree you got in taxation? (danny) of course you don't because you didn't! your job isn't doing hard work...'s making them do hard work... ...and getting paid for it. (vo) snap and sort your expenses to save over $4,600 at tax time.
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stephanie grisham revealing the nasty notes left behind for donald trump's team. >> we came into the white house, every office was filled -- we had notes left behind that that you will fail, you aren't going to make it. in the press office, a note taped to the door that said you will fail. heather: carly shimkus with serious xm 115 here with what both sides have to say on social media. we remember the video of the previous administration standing out front. according to the daily mail, three former trump aides have confirmed the claim saying nasty notes were left in strange places like a bathroom mirror, a bottle of russian vodka, then there's the other side of the story, former national security adviser susan rice is denying this. this is another bald-faced lie.
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a speechwriter for president obama, left an iphone charger, unimaginative notes written on a sixth grade level, grisham responded to this saying i am not sure where their offices were, certainly wasn't implying every office had this issue. i was specifically and honestly talking about our spirit in sin lower press office nowhere else. i don't know why everyone is so sensitive. the left's overall isn't buying it, reaction on the right has been much different the one twitter user says if anyone would know about failing it would be the last administration. another twitter user says childish, such for losers. stephanie grisham says it was just a prank, not a seriously means thing. >> something else that is kind of funny, a new hero who likes
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>> mattel has released day nonpartisan stack of uno that don't have the red or blue card, they have a purple and orange card. one person said i didn't know i was secretly being brainwashed into partisan politics, that person hit the nail on the head, no politics where the introduce -- isn't that the most -- i don't know if i like this or if it is ridiculous. i don't know if it is a good way to make money. >> when was the last time we talked about it? 1842. >> thank you. 27 after the top of the hour. and american and australian released from talent and custody. what does this mean for peace talks with terror groups?
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>> look at headlines this morning starting with fox news alert. a helicopter crash kills two american servicemembers in afghanistan. the cause of the incident is under investigation but the military does not believe the chopper was shot down. 19 american servicemembers of died in afghanistan this year. the us ambassador to the eu heads to the hill today, another cool day of impeachment hearings, sondland revises closed-door testimony saying he told fox ukrainian official that millions of dollars in aid will be withheld until ukraine provides an anticorruption statement.
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sondland originally said there was no quid pro quo in the phone call between donald trump and ukraine. today donald trump will join apple ceo tim cook on a tour of a manufacturing plant, employees show them how apple's most powerful computer is made. the tech company is building a third campus in austin which will make up of the largest private employer in that city. overseas china condemning the hong kong human rights bill, unanimously passed by the u.s. senate amid the crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators in the region. jonathan hunt joins us live from the university of hong kong where 50 protesters were standing off with police. >> reporter: good early evening from hong kong. this is the main entrance to the
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hong kong polytechnic university. if there is to be a final standoff between the few dozen protesters who remain hold up on this campus and the hong kong riot police outside the campus this is the entrance, one of them through which those police forces have to come. when they tried before this was heavily fortified by students, they put up barricades, set them on fire, they do not have as many numbers if they wish to do the same thing but some are armed with baseball bats, javelins and in one case a bow and arrow they have taken from the sports department so they are prepared to come out, they fear they will simply be arrested if they do. the students are pleased to see the action by the u.s. senate passing human rights and
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democracy act which would bring about punishment for any hong kong or chinese government officials seem to have committed in human rights abuses. listen here. >> the protests have continued because the people of hong kong see what is coming, the steady effort to erode the economy in their freedoms and response by hong kong authorities under tremendous pressure from beijing, violence and repression. >> the administration of the president himself should voice their support of protesters in hong kong which would send an important message to the chinese communist party not to get involved in any way to escalate the situation. >> reporter: the police, you can't see them right now but on all the streets surrounding the campus, cleaning up all the
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debris from the previous clashes. obviously they have to do that so hong kong can function at a normal city again but obviously if those police want to march down these streets they need that debris cleared as well. and the police will make a final push to flush out the remaining students at some point today. we have no confirmation, if the police want to do it, it will be a surprise move. we will be here if it happened. heather: jonathan hunt from hong kong, we appreciate it. some other headlines. the taliban and is deadlier than any other terror group including isis. the global terrorism index says the taliban killed 5000 more people than isis last year. there were nearly 1000 taliban attacks last year, a 39% increase compared to 2017.
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it is the first time isis has not been considered the deadliest group since 2014. a top military admiral expected to announce a review to determine, the symbol is awarded to reinforce good order and discipline. earlier this year gallagher was acquitted of killing isis fighter in iraq. he was sentenced to reduced rain can four months of confinement for posing with the fighter's dead body. donald trump signing the order friday restoring his rank and pay grade. prince andrew forced to forgo his wheel duties after a bombshell interview with the bbc. the duke of york pulled out from an official trip after he spoke about his friendship with convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein. the prince admits to staying at epstein's but denies engaging in inappropriate behavior. you can see the sun peeking out of the doorway of his home.
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nine people have been indicted in connection with the hazing death of an ohio university student, colin bryant was a freshman when he died last november. prosecutors say he was forced to drink drugs and rink a gallon of alcohol in one hour. the university suspended -- his family hopes they prevent future tragedies linked to hazing. a man who sold bullets to the las vegas massacre gunman pleads guilty. making the bullets without a license, he faces two years in prison when sentenced in february. a 59th victim has just died two years after the shooting. kimberly jervis was paralyzed after that attack. prayers to her family and friends. a page out of big tobacco's playbook is what new york state's attorney general is
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calling a lawsuit against juul alleging the company targeted young people. they are not the only state fighting back. >> new york joins california and north carolina in taking juul to court, they are accused of deceptive and misleading marketing by specifically targeting young people in its advertising and having a major role in the growing epidemic. >> juul failed to warn consumers of their exposure to chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects and other things. >> reporter: juul denied, working cooperating with attorneys general, and other stakeholders to combat underage youth. they are attacking at the legislative and retail level.
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all vaping products contain vitamin e acetate, they are banned in washington state. they are under consideration in west virginia. >> i have no idea what my family will do if this goes through. >> reporter: arizona and indiana are states looking at raising the age to 21. missouri is turning to education was a campaign called clear the air focuses on dispelling myths and providing facts about how e-cigarette can impact health and development. >> what we can do from the governor's office. >> reporter: a recent study found when in four high schoolers use e-cigarette's in new york. heather: 20 minutes until the top of the hour. smile, you can be on camera and not even know it. amazon considers adding facial
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heather: a long time us asylum office further slams the policy of keeping illegal border crossings in mexico until their case comes up. >> these policies are blatantly illegal, immoral and are the basis for some egregious human rights violations by our own
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country. >> acting ice director tom home and testifying before the same house committee and completely disagreeing. >> migrant protection protocol is an important step in regaining control of the southern border. our country facing a humanitarian crisis on the southern border and i applaud dhs for using all appropriate resources for this crisis. heather: the micro protection program was put into place earlier this year. former presidential candidate hillary clinton joining the call to remove one of donald trump's key advisors. clinton signing a petition demanding the dismissal of senior advisor on policy stephen miller. she also tweeted every day stephen miller remains in the white house is an emergency. many on the left of criticized miller for his hard-line immigration stance. and now to some business news.
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amazon could soon add facial recognition technology to those things, the ring doorbell cameras, one lawmakers sounding the alarm. tracy carrasco explains the major privacy concerns. >> reporter: in a letter to ed marky amazon said it might be considering adding facial recognition technology to its ring doorbell cameras been amazon saying there are no plans to coordinate those efforts with law enforcement and that is where it started. raising concerns about the partnerships that amazon with local law enforcement in the department and how they can tap in to the forums. they shared specific videos. and facial recognition technology might flag people as
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suspicious. it is not doing enough to protect people to ensure products don't break civil liberties. >> a roller coaster on a cruise ship? >> carnival cruise lines unveiled their newest attraction for the ultimate playground on the carnival mardi gras ship that is going to debut next august, and shaquille o'neal, this runs on an 800 foot track, it is 180 feet above, this is an all electric roller coaster but the interesting thing is the speedometer. you can determine how fast you want to go, you can go very fast, 40 mph or a little slower to take in the scenery. this will be debuting in august and when this new ship will set sail next october.
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that looks scary. heather: we will send todd pyro. 15 minutes until the top of the hour. first iowa, now new hampshire, pete buttigieg leading the pack in a new poll ahead of the fifth democratic debate. can you expect attacks from all side? the political panel debates that next.
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>> 2020 candidates prep for the fifth democratic debate, a
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second poll shows pete buttigieg leading the pack. the indiana mayor is 10 points at of senator warren and joe biden in new hampshire. can we expect mayor pete to get the frontrunner treatment tonight? here is constitutional law attorney, thank you for joining us, we appreciate it. what do you think? how will pete buttigieg be treating cute you the newest paul. >> he will be a target. he has double digit leads not only in iowa but in new hampshire as well and as you see him surging in the polls you are seeing warren slip, obviously sanders and biden have been slipping for some time, buttigieg managed to escape any real scrutiny, his executive experience ever mayor, his military record and any of his
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real positions, now is the time they see, they will focus their attention on him. heather: there are two polls, the latest from new hampshire and also the one from iowa that shows him in the lead. how do you think he will be treated? >> they are coming for him and let me tell you i found out something interesting. on his ebay preps team he has his debate clothes from high school, that shows how ready they are to go back that far. i found that interesting. he has a good debate prep team that they are expecting them to comfort him directly especially for his dnc contact. heather: we were discussing how they would be laid out on the stage. and in the middle making him physically the target as well.
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>> i don't think so. the average national polling as opposed to statewide polling. >> not as long as the other candidates who will be on stage. let's talk about newly announced candidates, they will not be on stage but will voters even notice that in terms of the two recent additions? >> i don't think so. at this stage in the game the media cycle is swallowed up with impeachment which is working to our candidates disadvantage because they are not getting any earned media they need. they rely on social media. they are helping mayor pete because he has superior social media strategy.
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heather: do these debates matter? i wonder how they will handle impeachment as well. >> they matter. in iowa and new hampshire they are focused on them and they have an important role to play and a separate tone for what is to follow. heather: we will see, thank you for joining us. it will be a long day between the hearings in the debates tonight. the time is 6 minutes until the top of the hour. busted, and unsuspecting rc car turn smuggling machine. the teen who is streetsmart landed him in big trouble. a kid napping unlike anything you have ever seen. how school pranks turned out really bad, get it? it offers head-up display. wow, that's dialed in. i can still keep my eyes on the road.
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heather: a major news agency withdraws a story with wrong information about migration under the trump administration. the story claimed there are more than 100,000 children in detention centers right now. that number was from 2015 under the obama administration, the warm so the government twitter saying nothing to see here.
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officials in florida saying no to the new york times, commissioners in citrus county rejecting a proposal to send $27 million on digital inscriptions for library patrons. the vote made national headlines after a commissioner bashed the idea earlier this month calling the times fake news. libraries will continue to get printed versions of the paper. now it is time for the good, the bad and the ugly. up first the good. you could soon tell a great christmas just like buddy the elf. >> santa is coming to town. >> ally god! santa here! i know him! heather: a new york city hotel is opening an elf seemed sweet full of things like paper snowflakes and pop tarts. it opens next month. now the bad. border patrol, a remote control car to bring myth into the us. agents in san diego found the boy hiding with $100,000 worth of drugs. teenagers caught on camera
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stealing a goat. they took the animal from a farmer california high school. it was returned a day later, police are trying to identify the thieves. that wraps up this hour of "fox and friends first". "fox and friends first" continues right now. rob: two servicemembers killed in afghanistan overnight. jillian: what we learned about the deadly chopper crash. >> christmas ornaments, drywall and jerry epstein. name three things that don't hang themselves. that is what the american people think. jillian: shocking revelations about jeffrey epstein's jailhouse death. rob: charges just filed against the guards who should've been watching him. >> ever seen military aid held up because the president


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