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♪ oh no. there's a wall there now. that's too bad. visit and see how easy saving on renters insurance can be. heather: good morning to you, it is monday november 25th, happening at 4:00 a.m. on the east coast. fox news alert for you, the pentagon calling for navy secretary's job review over eddy gallagher navy seal, top military official at odds with the white house, how he just responded. today opens new chapter in impeachment inquiry, key poor decision could land trump allies in the hot seat, we will tell you who, house democrats prepare
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their next step. >> i've had had some of the most amazing times and the hardest things i've gone through in my life, i'm lucky to be here, i know that every step of the way, thank you so much. heather: taylor swift despise industry drama takes top honors at music awards when "fox & friends first" start right now. ♪ ♪ heather: taylor swift to get you moving this morning, we hope everyone had a great weekend, you're watching "fox & friends first" on this monday morning. i'm heather childers, thank you
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so much for starting or ending your day with us, let's get straight to fox news alert for you, the secretary designs overnight, richard spencer asked to spend down after disagreeing with the president on navy seal eddy gallagher war crime's case, lauren with what sparked the controversy, good morning, lauren. >> this does have to be with eddy gallagher accused of war crimes, richard spencer fired for handling that case and what defense secretary mark esper was a lack of candor shown by spencer in private conversations n resignation letter spencer saying i no longer share the same understanding with the commander in chief that appointed me in regards to key principle of good order and discipline, i can not in good conscious obey an order that violate it is sacred oath i
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took. president trump tweeted he was not pleased with the way the navy handled gallagher's case who was demoted following conviction for posing for a photo next to an isis militant's corpse in 2017, even though the president restored rank, mid last week the navy announced gallagher would face review board to decide if he would be stripped of pen which would designate someone as navy seal, gallagher would keep and restore rank, fox news obtained this statement from gallagher, quote, president donald trump you have my deepest gratitude and thanks, you stepped many times and showed true moral fiber by correcting all the wrongs that were being done to me n. a tweet the president announced he would nominate the u.s. ambassador to norway rear admiral kenneth to the navy secretary position, will have to be confirmed by the
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senate. heather. heather: all right. thank you very much, much more on that to come. but another story that we are following for you, the 18-year-old suspect charged in deadly shooting of alabama sheriff will appear in court today, william johnson is the son of sheriff's deputy in montgomery county, an hour away from the gas station where he's accused of killing sheriff big john williams, police say that johnson shot williams and then stole his car. he returned 3 hours later and surrendered. williams is a marine veteran and served as sheriff for nearly a decade, he's the 38th officer shot and killed in the line of duty this year. a manhunt intensifying for the person who shot and killed two boys outside elementary school, calling 911 after hearing gunshots early saturday morning,
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police discovering two 11 and 14-year-olds boys shot dead in the back of a van, one boy was a student in the school district, the other former student, police say that there could be more than one killer on the run. and today security guards accused of failing to monster jeffrey epstein are back in court, michael thomas and toba noel, they both admit for not checking on epstein as much as they should have. the convicted sex offender was found hanging in his cell in august. well, new witnesses can take the stance in impeachment probe, today judge will decide if don mcgann should be forced to testify as democrats turn their attention to acting chief of staff mick mulvaney. garrett tenney live for us in washington with the latest on
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this. >> this ruling could open the door to other current and former administration officials testifying in impeachment probe, house democrats filed lawsuit seeking to come peal former white house counsel don mcgann after he ignored subpoena under orders of the white house, today a judge in dc expect today rule if mcgann will be required to testify, that decision is expected to be appealed either way but democrats are hoping it will build pressure on other current and former officials who have refused to testify to change their minds, one acting chief of staff mulvaney. >> the president's own chief of staff, they seem to be saying
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unless donald trump writes out i bribed ukraine the evidence would be insufficient. >> senate republicans are already preparing for a potential impeachment trial in the senate where they plan to call several witnesses, house democrats prevented from testifying. >> i find it unconscionable that they have not allowed the president to defend themselves on the house side, can't call witnesses, can't offer rebuttal evidence. in terms of the substance, i think the quid pro quo is a red herring. >> in terms of timing, the house intelligence committee expected to submit a report of findings to judiciary committee after the thanks giving -- thanksgiving holiday and from there we could have articles of impeachment, it's clear it's going to be a very busy holiday season in capitol hill, heather. heather: we will see what happens, thank you. >> you got it.
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heather: congressman represents red district in blue new york and says it's time for adam schiff to start working for voters instead of trying to please the people who put him into power. >> he goes on another network and he says he has circumstantial evidence that president trump colluded with the russians, evidence that he hasn't produced. he's made claims during opening statements and closing statements trying to write the world's parity and trying to fool the country and he should be passing uscma and lowering cost of prescription drugs and delivering to the american people but instead he's paying people who put the gavel in his hand and who put pelosi's gavel in her hand.
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heather: we are not foreclosing the possibility of additional depositions or hearings but we are also not willing to wait months and months and let them play rope with us in the courts. how about this for your weather? need to know if you're traveling as millions pack their bags for thanksgiving, 3 big storms are threatening holiday travel, much of the u.s. set to get battered by heavy snow and rain, wind, all kinds of stuff, some airlines, by the way, they are issuing waivers to fliers whose travel may be impacted by the storms, we will have much more coming up, stay tune, the storms could pose big problem for macy's parade, strong winds can ground iconic balloons for nearly 50 years, gusts of up to 30 miles an hour in new york city on thanksgiving which would be too dangers to fly the balloons, officials will likely make the call on thursday.
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and it was a star-studded night in los angeles as performers hit the stage at the american music awards. taylor swift making history with record-shattering 29-career win, artist of the decade and artist of the year. >> the last year of my life has had some of the most amazing times and also some of the just hardest things i've gone through in my life and not a lot of them are things that haven't been public and i -- heather: pop sensation singing her top hits, top hits i should say after she accused music executive scooter braun of trying to block her from performing music at the show, receiving standing ovation for their performance for 25th anniversary of breakthrough
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album, carrie underwood winning favorite female artist. >> thank you god for the talent that is you give people, the gift that is you give people and not just the people that are up here on the stage tonight, for every single person, we all have gifts. heather: several people online saying that underwood's right leg deserves an award after the singer showed it off in the red carpet, last but not least, shanay twain with melody at the show. it was great, 11 minutes after the top of the hour and president trump says he wants a trial. >> we couldn't have any witnesses, we want to call the whistleblower but you know who i want as first witness because frankly i want a trial. heather: former congressional investigator joins us live to explain why that's a good idea. and what happens when you call out sick to the entire company?
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>> frankly i want a trial, the republican party has never been more unified, both the senate and the house, there's only one person that i want more than hunter, that's adam schiff, turn s out the whole thing is a scheme. heather: president trump wants his day in court if the house moves forward with impeachment, sam, former investigator for the house and senate and he joins me now to explain why a fair forum might be the ace up president's sleeve, thank you so much for joining us this morning, we appreciate it. >> good to be here, thank you very much. heather: that's what the president had to say on friday, let's bring up latest tweet
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where he talks about this, the impeachment scam is driving poll numbers up, up, thank you schifftys he correct in terms of wanting the trial and who would it benefit? >> i think it will end up benefiting the president and i do think he's correct to state he wants a trial, his position has been very clear, he's done nothing wrong and he's facing a process that is unprecedented for its unfairness, you look at the earlier presidential impeachment proceedings, you look at chairman rodino with nixon, you look at chairman hide with president clinton, those proceedings are fair, you look at these proceedings where chairman schiff have literally as far as i can tell, every time there's been a legal precedent that goes against his narrative, he's disregarded it, so i can certainly understand the president wanting to get to a forum that's going to be fair and i think the senate will be
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fair. >> it does look like in terms of public opinion and how it changed last week with the public hearings, it did not change in favor of the democrats, we can pull up the latest impeachment poll numbers and shows that now as compared to what october, there's a change of plus 1.6% now 45.3% actually oppose impeachment, so they seem to agree with you. >> yeah, and i would just say looking at the numbers and as someone who used to look at the numbers after i held hearings and reported back to my principals on it, they are not good, the numbers that you mentioned, there's a very substantial swing in independents and i've seen increase focus on the notion on why are we still dealing with this, why aren't we dealing with matters that math to the american people, we did oversight but we moved a lot of
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legislation that got sign intoed law at the same time. heather: but at the same time here is the question, can the president get a fair trial in the senate while democrats, you know, control the house? >> i think he can because in the senate ultimately the procedures are going to be set by leader mcconnell and we need to look no further than the kavanaugh confirmation hearings where justice kavanaugh got a fair hearing and that result worked and i think you will see a commitment from the senate republicans to follow precedent, follow the procedures that it had been used before and give a fair hearing, i think the democratic control of the house, some of the democratic externally, i don't think that will matter as much. heather: even though that's what we've seen, that's all we've seen leading up until now?
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>> correct, i would say if you're having trouble making your case where you're in a proceeding sentence first, verdict afterwards, you are really going to have trouble making your case when you're in fair proceeding where you will be put to the evidence. heather: sam, thank you very much for joining us, we appreciate your expertise for sure. >> thank you very much for having me. heather: all right, have a great day, the time now is 19 minutes after the top of the hour and forget the war on christmas, now thanksgiving is under attack, first huffington post told everyone that their thanksgiving dinner is ruining their environment, how time magazine is now jumping on board. and forget the stars, tinny purse that stole the show on the red carpet at the american music awards and social media is loving it. carley shimkus here with that and more, the nails when we started our business
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heather: bloomberg news announcing it will no longer report or investigate any of the 2020 democratic candidates as mike bloomberg joins the race but president trump is fair game. carley shimkus with fox news 24/7, siriusxm 115, is it fair? carley: okay, mike bloomberg entering the race caused quite the conundrum for editors in bloomberg, we will extend the same policy to his rivals in the democratic primary, but the
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outlet will continue to investigate the trump administration as the government of the day, bloomberg news will publish investigative pieces on bloomberg and the other candidates written by other outlets if they need to. so the question that you asked is being debated on social media, one twitter use e says the media look the other way, they don't care about justice nor america, if it was legitimate news cover they would investigate it, they are more focused on manipulating viewers with biased news coverage, reading the replies, i don't get the problem with this, if he's in the race a news organization that he's affiliated with, shouldn't comment on the race if he wins nomination should apply to general election as well. now, my big question is bloomberg news talking about investigative pieces but i wonder how they will cover day-to-day news on the campaign trail because if they cover him, potentially more favorably could
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that give him a leg up compared to the other candidates. heather: we should look and see how they've handled it in the past with him. >> yeah, yeah. heather: let's talk about this, thanksgiving week, if you can believe is already here and time magazine has a take on what we've heard about americans going meatless for the holidays and climate change. carley: that's right, time magazine asking readers will americans ever go meat free for thanksgiving, article saying that evidence shows that less meat will curve the effects of climate change, oh, boy, does this have social media talking, how many trees have been killed, chemicals utilized and miles driven to get time magazine to retail outlets, #time free this year, another twitter user asking this very important question, will americans ever only eat bacon for thanksgiving.
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heather: we will see, tinny, tinny purse that's making big, big news. [laughter] carley: some of the biggest stars at the music awards, tinny bags stealing the spotlight. my keys will still fall to the bottom and impossible to find, how do i relate with that, another twitter user, probably cost more than my house, no word on how much it cost but it is a valentino bag, only 3 were created. heather: we have to find out how much that cost and i'm sure it's ridiculous. carley: pop it down on key chain and go to chinatown and get it for 12 bucks. heather: crazy. well, the time now is about 26 minutes after the top of the hour, michael broom berg, we were just talking about him, she's shaking up the democratic race for president.
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>> i decided to run because i think it's time for a change in the white house. heather: does the billionaire former new york city have a chance? a republican and democrat debate it. (danny) let me get this straight. after a long day of hard work... have to do more work? (vo) automatically sort your expenses and save over 40 hours a month. (danny) every day you're nearly fried to a crisp, professionally! (vo) you earned it, we're here to make sure you get it. quickbooks. backing you.
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heather: welcome back, starting with fox news alert, navy secretary richard spencer resigns overnight, the pentagon asked him to step down over handling of navy seal eddy gallagher's war crime case, president trump nominated ambassador to norway ken to be the new secretary of the navy. judge will decide if former white house counsel don mcgann could testify for congress, could open new wave in the impeachment probe, the official
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white house christmas tree will be delivered today, a 23 feet douglas fur will arrive in horse and carriage. ♪ ♪ heather: and after weeks of speculation, former new york mayor michael bloomberg, formerly enters the race for president with a message to defeat donald trump and bring americans together. >> and now he's taking onto rebuild the country and restore faith in the dream that defines us, mike bloomberg intends to make god, problem solver, mike bloomberg for president. >> but does he stand a chance so late in the game in here to debate gop strategist.
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appreciate it. >> thanks, heather. >> let's begin and ask the question, robert, does he stand a chance? he's entering very late? >> oh, god, no, he does not stand a chance at all, what bloomberg is attempt to go do is get 3% of the polls, make it onto debate stage and then create a counterbalance to the far-left wing to the party, what we have seen recently president obama has been commented on the far-left wing to have party, secretary clinton have all come out trying to counterbalance bring to center position that can win rust belt states and win the white house, what the left ward leaning of the party cannot begin general election, elizabeth warren, bernie sanders, that sort of messaging of a government first approach to governance is not going to win, so what bloomberg is hoping to do is provide a counter balance, spend enough money in swing state that is we get back to centerist position and vow out gracefully before the convention.
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heather: i don't is that the st? >> he does have no clear path for nomination as robert suggested, he's not going to be competing in early states, a strategy that hasn't worked in modern history. it's going to be harder to pull african-american voters away from joe biden, remember, they make up 25% of the democratic electorate and they generally decide who the nominee is. anyone eisegesis to what michael bloomberg's is, he can screw it up for biden as well. heather: why he says he's running, listen. >> i decided to run because i think it's time for change,
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donald trump has not been a good president, this country has been pulled apart, we need to pull it together to make sure we help everybody across the country and achieve the american dream. heather: talking about change and the american dream, a lot of familiar themes, robert and since you were talking about the spending plan, in internet ads alone he plans to spend over 100 million drive, 15 to 20 million. >> he's serious on the plan not the get elizabeth warren in the white house. he has complete shattering of the first primary states with pete buttigieg winning iowa, warren winning new hampshire, biden winning south carolina and bernie winning nevada and then going to super tuesday and hoping that he can spend enough
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money to win a couple of those states, that's not a realistic plan, what his plan is, if you spend that money to put centrist, moderate positions against medicare for all just green new deal, against many wild spending plan that -- plant will never go anywhere. he's a 77-year-old billionaire, he has lots of money. heather: what about the tactics of 2020 dems trying to fend off fresh competition or will they acknowledge it? >> they will acknowledge it that i will call him billionaire trying to buy presidency, the offensive comments of women in the past including rape, i do agree with robert, 65% of democratic primary voters are happy with the crop that they have and the fact that if bloomberg comes in with bernie and biden saying, gee, what we need is another 70-year-old
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white guy is absolutely insane. obviously he thinks he can, you know, help out joe biden but i don't think that it's actually going to have the effect, he can wind up screwing up the whole thing and i do think the one thing that's going to happen, no he's not going to win the nomination but win some noise and probably prolong the nomination process overall, tom steyer put 60 million in tv ads and where is he at now? >> ended up in debate stage, so we will see. appropriate it. >> thanks, heather. heather: some other headlines that we are following for you today, a woman claims she was inappropriately touched by prince andrew reportedly wants to talk to the fbi. now, that woman claims she was recruited and abused by convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein, the times of london reporting that the fbi is push to go speak with andrew about his relationship with epstein months after he was found dead in a jail cell, andrew has
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denied any wrongdoing, he stepped away from royal duties last week. well, sentencing day for the chinese women caught trespassing at president trump's mar-a-lago resort, do you remember when this happened? could face up to 6 years behind bars, arrested last march after she lie today secret service agents to enter the resort during presidential visit, she was caring a thumb drive infected with malware at the time and two passports, prosecutors are pushing for the maximum sentence. and 42 climate protestors charged with disorderly conduct after rushing the field at the harvard-yale football game, watch this. [inaudible conversations] heather: well, the students demanding both schools top accepting endowments from fossil fuel companies, senators bernie sanders, elizabeth warren and
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congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez have voiced support for the half time protests. and speaking of football, to nfl week 12, patriots, 17th straight season win with at least 10 wins after beating the cowboys 13-9 and the 49ers blow out the packers, 37-8 in a showdown on top nfc teams and the seahawks, 5 turnovers beat eagles 17 to 9 and the saints keep pace with those top nfc teams after a last-second win. >> 33 yards. it's good. the saints win it. heather: that was a heartbreaker, 34-31 win over the panthers. well, the time now is about 20 minutes until the top of the hour and elon musk hope to go
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erase this moment from everyone's moment. >> well, maybe that was a little too hard. [laughter] heather: oops, what he just revealed overnight about the cyber truck's embarrassing debut and the show-stopping moment, country music star chris young joined a fan in the crowd. ♪ ♪ oh, wow! 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. ♪
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heather: welcome back, you're watching "fox & friends first", entire school district in new jersey opening late today because of a ransom ware attack, right now police are investigating the server in livingston, 30 minutes from new york city, important school data is not lost and they do not believe the attackers are in the district. unclear how hackers gained access to the server.
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new bill in florida would require all public schools to take a moment of silence every day. under the new proposal teachers would set aside 2 minutes for silent reflection, the bill which has bipartisan support will prohibit teachers from suggesting the nature of the reflection, how students spend the moment of silence would be up to them. well, this thanksgiving projected to be the second highest travel week in more than a decade, tracee carrasco from sister network fox business here with more on what holiday travelers should expect on the roads and in the airports, good morning. tracee: good morning, heather, yes, according to triple a55000000 people will be traveling this thanksgiving holiday season, this is the second highest thanksgiving travel season since 2005, increase of 3% or-travelers
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since last year, as far as driving, of course, you will see a lot of people driving this year, airlines report an increase number of people flying this year, so definitely be prepared, wednesday, of course, would be the busiest travel day across the board whether you are flying, driving, taking a train, getting somewhere, definitely be prepared for that. heather: all right, something that elon musk was not prepared for is this big oops when it comes to tesla cyber truck but despite that getting a lot of orders? >> yes, that's right, according to elon musk he's received 200,000 preorders for cyber truck despite that embarrassing debut last thursday in los angeles, so the debut did not go as planned, elon musk, he wanted to show the durability of the cyber truck, he had the design chief throw a metal ball at the glass window, armored glass window which was not suppose today break, it did break, he
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tried it again and broke once again for a second time, did not go as planned but despite that, they are seeing a number of people signing up for the cyber truck to get ahead of the preorders, you to put down 100-dollar deposit, it is refundable but once you move forward in the process there are, of course, other steps, more money to be put down if you want to get cyber trucks. heather: front and back window, oops. tracee: not good day. heather: pretty cool looking truck. thanks, tracee. tracee: thanks, rather. heather: brace yourself for mad rush as millions plan to shop just this week, but do you really need to brave all the crowds to score, shopping strategies that we need.
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heather: welcome back, congressman devin nunes doubling down on threat to sue cnn and the daily beast over fake news. >> we hope that cnn and daily beast will cooperate with the court, they should comply with the subpoenas once we file this and go through for depositions. heather: nunes following legal action after both outlets claim he met with ukrainian prosecutor to dig up dirt on the binds, nunes says their actions may be considered criminal and he's simply hope to go keep the media accountable. well, president trump goes toe to toe with congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez on
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twitter, the president blasting the new york democrat and colleagues as do nothing democrats for stalling important legislation, alexandria ocasio-cortez responding in part, in my first 11 months i cosponsored legislation and took on big pharma and in 4 years you jailed kid and made corruption celebrae, millions of americans will warm the stores this friday on america's biggest shopping day, make that an estimated 114.6 million, so how do you get your savings and handle all the teem at the same time, fighting for the deals that you want, here on how to win this black friday consumer and money-saving expert andrea.
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>> thank you for having me. heather: you have several of them, and your first tip is for black friday shopping to research prices ahead of time? >> yeah, black friday ads will make you believe that you are good deal. you can also use a tool like honey which you download to your browser not only help you find coupons automatically but have price feature where you can review pricing data for the past 30 days, 60, 90 days for a product, that'll let you know the price has been cheaper before black friday, then maybe wait it will probably drop in price again later. heather: interesting, that's called honey? >> download it to browser.
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>> some of the same deals are available online. >> that's right, so many online only retailers that would be offering black friday. [laughter] >> start shopping now, sites like ebay are already offering black friday sales this entire week they have free shipping plus a best price guaranty which they offer 110% price match. heather: wow. >> with no blackout day fanned you find a better deal somewhere else they will match discount. expresso maker, 45% in lg tv, great deals on x box and on and on. heather: you should also know what to buy and what to skip. >> exactly, i mentioned small kitchen appliances are a great deal, i'm seeing discounts on vacuums, home devices as well as video games, now, there are some
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things that are better to wait to buy, though, for instance, toys become cheaper the last two weeks leading up to christmas and if you want to save on travel like hotels and airfare, shop on travel deal tuesday, this is the tuesday -- heather: really? >> after thanksgiving, december third this year, travel booking app analyzes 25 to 30 billion price quotes from travel companies and find out that's the best day, biggest volume of deal, think ahead to various trip, you can score big deals. heather: next week, plan ahead for that. you shouldn't limit your purchases to material products, what do you mean by that? >> everybody is thinking about tv's or but think beyond that, so if you go to a beauty salon, even deals on experience, really great savings up, for instance,
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if you have a trip coming up go to, and they are offering up to $230 off these with cybermonday starting from saturday through cybermonday and you can saves $44 off the singapore path we just law firmed, they have $100 go la, great deal. heather: that's a great idea, gift of experience, i like how you put it. >> you want to think outside of the box, outside of the product box. >> if you can get a deal, thank you so much for joining us, it was great to have you with us. >> thank you so much. heather: we will be right back, we will talk about chaos not just at the mall this is week, but also be the center piece of your thanksgiving dinner? >> i'm storming out. >> no, no, no, they'll be no storming this year, you hear me, we are going to eat together as a family with no drama,
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understand? heather: the biggest stresses that can make or break your holiday with family chevy silverado hd. it offers head-up display. wow, that's dialed in. i can still keep my eyes on the road. my truck doesn't have that. it offers an optional technology package with up to 15 different camera views. that's quality picture. it even offers one enhanced view that makes your trailer appear invisible - to help you see what's behind you. oh, wow! 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. ♪
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>> i'm storming out. >> no, no, they'll be no storming this year, we will eat together as a family with no drama, understand heather: according to motel 6 poll the average person can only tolerate relatives for 4 hours, report hide to go actually get alone time, 20% say that they've worried about family members getting on their nerves, another 18% hope the house won't be too loud or busy, let us know what you think about all of that. but now time for the good, the bad and the ugly, first the good, chris surprise. now the bad, going viral for e-mailing his sick note to thousands of people, nick from fox 4 in kansas city accidentally hit reply all on company wide e-mail after oral
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surgery, went to all fox affiliates in the u.s., he has since confirmed he's alive and well. caught relaxing with a mud mask, cops took him into custody, accused of robbing convenient store in florida, that wraps up this hour of "fox & friends first", "fox & friends first" continues right now, bye, bye. >> it's not about this right now. they all respect the president and what the admiral is doing showing complete insubordination is not good order and discipline. rob: fox news alert, secretary to have navy asked to step down amid fallout from navy seal eddy gallagher's


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