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>> yes and yes. it is necessary. >> that is not the answer. that is all-time we have tonight. my book the power grab still for sale. i hope you get a chance to pick it up but more importantly statehood because mike emanuel and the fox news at night team have a great show. mike: welcome to fox news at night. breaking tonight, the road to potential senate trial of donald trump on the campaign trail where joe biden once again forced to walk back remarks on whether he would comply with the congressional subpoena to testify to key democrats like doug jones speaking out ahead of the senate trial. we have the latest and instant reaction to capitol hill. america's top diplomat heading to the country at the center of the impeachment, ukraine and what is on the table for discussion.
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morgan ortagus joins us for a preview. senate democrats grow and see about donald trump's possible impeachment trial acquittal. >> when the senate and house come barreling back to the hallways of the capital next week expect politics, not legislation, to take center stage. >> if he is so confident he did nothing wrong, why won't you let your men testify? >> chuck schumer monday afternoon calling again for a trial of witnesses and documents. schumer points that make more veiny and former national security adviser john bolton among others tried to convince the president to release aid to ukraine. >> release the emails, let your a testify. >> mulvaney and bolton have
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refused to testify before congress, one moderate democrat is drawing a line in the sand, republicans quite we had to potentially convince alabama senator doug jones took with the president but the senator in a washington post op-ed wrote every trial is the pursuit of the truth, that is all i want me to dissolve each of us should want. now it is the senate's time to fulfill its duty. my final question is will a majority of senators pursue the truth overall us, jones said bolton needed to answer questions now, not in his upcoming book, others are chiming in about the political ramifications of the trial, republicans have a majority to the president walk. an interview with hill, dick durbin said we all know the president, if there are not 67 votes to convict, he will claim it was a witch hunt and he was exonerated. donald trump hoping for a speedy trial tweeting nancy pelosi should spend more time in her decaying city and less time on the impeachment now can democratic front runner joe
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biden is finding himself answering questions about us flying in the president's trial with respect to his son's business dealings in ukraine. on friday biden said he would not that earlier today -- >> there is no legitimacy whatsoever to my being subpoenaed to testify at his impeachment. what did he do? >> developing in the impeachment of the president a federal judge says a lawsuit by a former national security council ladies moved, the aid was summoned to testify in the house impeachment inquiry but the judge notes the house had no need and throughout the suit. >> thanks very much. the trump administration authorizing military strikes in response to a rocket attack from an iranian backed iraqi militia that killed an american contractor. the iranian backed militia says 25 fighters were killed, they are now vowing revenge.
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kevin cork has our report tonight. >> this was a defensive action designed to protect american forces and american citizens in iraq and it was aimed also at deterring iran. >> this belies the power and precision but their message to tehran was certainly loud and clear. and all 5 targets in iraq and syria were hit by the us on sunday, targets controlled by an iran backed militia. a measure of revenge that us officials for the death of an american contractor killed in a rocket attack last week. >> the administration made a shift from where president obama and his team were, took a different direction to put enormous pressure to deny resources to hezbollah and deny resources to shia militias like the ones that came after an iraqi facility in iraq where there were americans working to counter isis. >> they hit three locations in iraq, two others in syria and the us response to an attack that kills americans is not uncommon sunday after
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retaliation targeting iranian proxies has new concerns of a possible escalation of hostilities could lead to a proxy war with iran or worse. >> we are warning the united states that there is a legal presence means they are standing a guests the iraqi people to confront the with all types of resistance. >> resistance that has seen iranian's we more heavily on china and russia who conducted naval exercises with tehran which continues to insist the us presence in the gulf create insecurity in the region. still its relationship with iran presents a challenge for the kremlin and its relationship with the united states. tehran remains a reliable strategic partner, ballmer, against american interest in the region is linked to terrorism is something moscow partners with the us to fight.
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a crucial cooperatives that vladimir putin noted over the weekend. thanking donald trump in a phone call for us assistance in preventing a terror attack on russia's interests. we learned were putin extended an invitation to donald trump to attend russia's victory celebration coming up on may 9th as a big military event at red square meant to mark the russians victory, the soviet union's victory over nazi germany in world war ii, the president saying he was open to the idea but in 2020 it is an election year, we will see if he takes him up on that invitation. >> thanks a lot. tonight's first just has a hand in both of tonight's top stories beginning with impeachment, let's start with a tweet from the gop's witness during those marathon house hearings. jonathan turley saying, quote, the withholding of the articles is not only facially inappropriate but shatters the fragile rationale for the
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house's rush to impeach. and banks of indiana joined us, he sits on the armed services committee as well. great to see you. so this is day number of joe biden trying to address how he would handle a subpoena from senate republicans. >> what i don't want to do is play the game, which he has done his old live your, divers attention. i will not contribute to the notion of any legitimacy to the notion of going as a witness. >> this is been going since friday. your reaction? >> politicians don't make a colossal flip-flop like that unless they took a poll and realize they made one heck of a political mistake, joe biden understands he is caught between a rock and a hard place. the american people deserve to know more about joe biden's corrupt activity with his son under biden serving on the board of energy company in ukraine, selling access to his father and
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the obama administration, that got us where we are at this point. the american people deserve to know more and if you subpoenaed to know more before committee during the impeachment hearings in the senate joe biden knows he's going to have to do that, it is not going to go well for him or his presidential prospects. >> some would say unproven, joe kennedy of massachusetts expressing frustration. >> you don't go through the first part in the house and nt this up for a senate conference with a guy who's going to be in charge of orchestrating the entire senate trial said that the whole thing is only baked quote and there's nothing anybody can do about it. you don't do that. that makes a mockery of the system. >> do you have any concerns about the senate trial? >> i have concerns that all along the way my friend joe and nancy pelosi and others in the
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house made this process up as it went along. now here they are in the american people are laughing at how much of a joke this has become where the leaders in the house are refusing to send the articles of impeachment to the senate because they know this is a flimsy case, they failed fundamentally to make the case to the american people that impeachment should move forward and you have nancy pelosi who said this was an emergency that we need to impeach the president because of concerns of national security and the importance of upholding our democratic system and now she's proving that all along that was a lie among many other lies by not moving forward and allowing the senate to do their job in the next step in the process. everyone sees this process, they see it for what it is, this is all about politics and nancy pelosi's skull tactics show that once again. mike: the us launching strikes to send a message to the regime in tehran. you are on the armed services committee. what is your reaction? >> one of the untold stories is
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the remarkable restraint and wisdom donald trump is shown in our engagement with iran ever since the day he came to office. we replaced the failed policies of weakness and appeasement of the obama administration through the jcp oa through rewarding iran for bad activities with the maximum pressure campaign of the trump administration, we have shown strength every step of the way, the recent strikes on iran are an appropriate response, iran has blood on their hands and the strikes the administration pulled off have been appropriate, effective and reasonable response in the way we should treat iran moving forward. mike: see you back on the hill soon, thank you. this evening's setting sun brought hanukkah to a end. it is a troubling holiday with
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attacks on the jewish faith. jackie heinrich is in new york where the accused in the incident faces federal hate crime charges. >> state police and detectives will be going -- in a very menacing omnipresent -- >> reporter: jewish people in muncie, new york feel that is necessary after a rampage a rabbi's home on the seventh night of hanukkah. thomas burst in with a machete and said no one is leaving stabbing five people including a rabbi's son trying to get into the synagogue next door, they chased the man out throwing tables and chairs. the nypd tracked him down in manhattan and legislators found disturbing evidence in his car, a journal with anti-semitic statements and references to nazis and adolf hitler and they say thomas researched other jewish temples online. >> scores of papers that show
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the ramblings of a disturbed individual. >> governor andrew cuomo labeled it an act of domestic terrorism and vowed to crack down on an alarming uptick in anti-semitic attacks. since december 23rd there has been one anti-semitic attack each day. on christmas day a man in traditional clothing was punched in the face and brooklyn. the day after, someone beat a jewish mother over the head of the bag. the suspect in a third case is on the back on the street. she is not enough of a threat to be held for trial, accused of punching and yelling slurs at three orthodox women, donald trump called for unity against anti-semitism but the muncie suspect's family says this is not what it seems claiming thomas isn't part of any hate groups but after serving in the marines he developed bipolar disorder and schizophrenia being hospitalized many times, his mother can only do so much to get him help. >> he has always been gentle, with mental illness. >> investigators not commented on reports the suspect is also
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being investigated in connection with another stabbing in the synagogue in the same town last month. >> our hopes and prayers, friends, family lawmakers on both sides of the aisle going out to john lewis tonight. the congressman and civil rights icon says his cancer diagnosis is one more fight he's ready to take on. now battling for his label was plans to continue representing georgia's fifth congressional district while undergoing treatment for stage 4 pancreatic cancer. let's say a prayer for one of history's great men. democrats blame donald trump of the recent anti-semitic attacks in new york. we are fired up with finger-pointing about hate crimes. ♪
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>> mike: we are back with a fox news alert in the
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mike: in the wake of the string of anti-semitic synagogue attacks in new york democrats blaming donald trump in parts. eric's wall will tweeting anti-semitism on the rise in america being stoked by donald from who won't condemn it and trump's lawyer rudy giuliani said he is more jewish than soros, he is not alone, watch. >> a lot is emanating from washington and having an effect on all of us. >> you are blaming the president? >> not just the president but we needed different tones starting in washington. >> welcome to the white house with open arms. >> let's discuss these accusations with former nypd commissioner bernie character, thanks for being here. the defamation league ceo says when will enough be enough, these heinous attacks make something abundantly here, the
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jewish community needs greater protection. is he right? >> the jewish community needs greater protection in the jewish community needs leadership, the mayor, the governor. i'm sick and tired of them blaming washington are blaming the president of the united states. the attack that have happened in new york for a year now, a year of communities under attack, fear, mothers afraid to let their children walk in the streets. bill diblasio, you are in charge, don't blame anyone else, you are responsible. what have you been doing all year? what was your plan? what were the directions that were given to the leadership of the city in terms of addressing this problem? this is like kindergarten, blaming someone else, she did
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it, he did it, no, you are responsible. you didn't have a plan, you didn't take it seriously and it is always easier to blame someone else. that means you don't have to do anything. the murdering of jews in jersey city and other tragic things that are going on, for the mayor to wake up. i still don't know what his plan is, how he is going to address it. he's not being honest, and stop blaming the president. it is interesting that all the communities under attack. all these areas are areas where the jewish community are the greatest fans of the president of the united states, they are democrats but they think donald trump has been the best friend of the could jewish community ever. >> suspect arrested last week's brio anti-semitic attacks are being quickly released into the
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neighborhoods they terrorized thanks to bail reform legislation which doesn't take effect until january 1st. how alarming is that? >> it is extremely alarming and i want to touch on something. we have been vocal on this issue for almost a year slamming bill diblasio and the city for not responding to these types of attacks. it is only going to get worse. two days from now that law goes into effect that bill diblasio did nothing about that governor cuomo signs, that the city council endorsed and it is going to let people back on the streets responsible for violent crime, there will be a major uptick in violence but we are already seeing it. it has already happened in brooklyn, these anti-semitic attacks that should have been addressed many months ago. not just the last eight
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incidents, not just jersey city but many months ago. the city and the mayor did nothing about it, to blame donald trump, he is responsible. bill diblasio's response to what goes on in new york city, no one else and he is not doing anything about it. mike: you have been in law-enforcement front lines during difficult times, how should it be handled now? >> the mayor should put out a mandate, a task force put into place, should have been intel, leadership working with the police department to identify problem areas. i haven't seen it happen. haven't seen the mayor talk about it. doug taken has been all over this issue through the year now and they have done nothing. >> those that have been arrested
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during the past year, they are staring in our face attacking jews. there are no consequences. no one faced, no one is paying a price. this is the progressive liberal city with the progressive liberal leadership, they are failing people. all they have done in the past year, you tweet, say how terrible it is. elected officials have great courage, they condemn anti-semitism. that takes a lot of courage. >> they are putting them back on the streets, thanks very much. a brand-new report tonight raising questions about the role of key officials in the ukraine controversy, top democrats calling it a game changer.
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>> according to the story they receive in a dramatic intervention about this in the oval office where donald trump's most senior national security officials pleaded with him to release the military aid to ukraine. >> new york times report on august meeting in the oval office where mike pompeo and john bolton and john esper attempted to convince the president to reverse his decision to freeze military aid to ukraine. my pleasure to welcome morgan ortagus to address this story and more. great to see you. mike pompeo says he's going to ukraine just after the start of the new year.
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why is he making that trip as the senate could be about to launch the impeachment trial? >> the secretary announced are going to ukraine from central asia and cyprus on the next trip in doing that because we have a fantastic policy on ukraine. the secretary talked many times that we have provided the administration has provided legal aid to ukraine, we are there to support ukraine. they are on the front lines against russian aggression. the other countries we are visiting on the front lines of dealing with the threat of the chinese communist party so we are doing what mike pompeo does every single month around the world which is stand with our allies and our friends to show up, to strengthen the mandibles and them and we have the right policy and ukraine. >> the obama administration gave humanitarian aid with antitank missiles. what is the impact on relations with moscow? >> we have to deal with russia around the world. i have been looking at this, in
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many of his meetings around the world especially with the foreign minister and we have places where interests align and we are able to work with russia and also places in the world where we are strategic competitors and we have to push back against russian aggression. this administration has said clearly that we will never accept the annexation of crimea by russia. we will always push back against that and support ukraine and their sovereignty and the integrity of their borders and that is what will do not only district but that is the policy of this administration, a policy the last administration should have taken more seriously. >> the new york times reported this weekend on a sunny day, mister bolton, mister aspirin
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mister pompeo presented the united front, the leaders of the president's national security team seeking to convince him face to face that freeing up the money for ukraine was the right thing to do, one by one they made their case, it didn't work. as the state department spokeswoman what should our viewers now about that meeting? >> that is just wrong. the aid went to ukraine so i read the full new york times story and i don't need to because the conversations between mike pompeo and the president are private, the secretary's job is to advise the president. i don't know if there's any accuracy. i can so you on its face it is not true. >> to iran here is what mike pompeo said about the defense of strikes on 5 targets in iraq and syria. >> took a strike an american facility and he has made clear when american lives were at risk we would respond and that is what the department of defense did yesterday. mike: are you worried about
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retaliation kick you >> we are concerned by activities the iranian regime pursues around the world and the middle east. the trump administration spoke to the iranian regime in a way they will understand. mike pompeo has made it very clear to the iranian regime that any attacks by the regime or any of these militia groups whether it is hezbollah or you name it, any of these groups threaten or attack the united states or our allies we would told them accountable so we saw over the weekend we have american servicemembers injured, american contractor killed and we responded to that, the president has many options. we are not going to box. we have mike pompeo, special advisor for iran, everyone working closely, robert o'brien at the white house to advise the president on how we move forward
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and the president has many more options available but we have pursued a maximum economic first campaign against the reigning regime and we will continue to pursue that campaign. >> happy holidays, happy new year, thanks for your time. former vice president joe biden doubles down on blue-collar workers but first the real news roundup. flying off, toppling a billboard and smashing a car, nobody was hurt and it appears augusta wind might be responsible for snapping of the wind turbine. outgoing bp executive bob dudley says climate change fears of german his daughter's friends to antidepressants. according to the times of london dudley says he hates seeing them so unhappy and so anxious. seattle public school students returning to school in january of they don't get vaccinated with exemption paperwork. the district tracking down to comply with state law.
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washington state saw 87 cases of measles and scrapped personal exemption for the vaccine. more news next. - in the last year, there were three victims
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or visit ♪ >> mike: age is more than just a >> age is more than a number, several democratic candidates in the 70s releasing medical summaries addressing their fitness to serve as president including the latest, bernie sanders, doctor mark siegel is in. >> the story begins on october 1st when 78-year-old presidential hopeful bernie sanders was admitted to a las vegas hospital. he went in for the placement of two hard steps to open a clogged artery but also experienced was later admitted to be a heart attack or damaged heart muscle. then he got back on the campaign trail. tonight three doctors are releasing that is about his health including doctor martin
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and his longtime dc internist doctor brian monahan, quote, while he did suffer modest heart muscle damage he has been doing very well since. i'm confident he has the mental and physical stamina to fully undertake the rigors of the presidency. doctor monahan says sanders's heart function has improved, he has not had symptoms of congestive heart failure and no heart rhythm abnormalities. nevertheless studies show the risk of a second heart attack or stroke remain relevant. according to doctor monahan senator sanders exercises regularly, doesn't smoke and seldom drinks alcohol, take two blood thinners, the current blood pressure medicine lisinopril and a cholesterol-lowering drug. questions about age have swirled around the 2020 primary with three top-tier candidates over the age of 70. joe biden, elizabeth warren and
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michael bloomberg have also released medical summaries purporting to show they are all in good health. looking at opinion polls it seems even younger voters are ready to give them a fighting chance. >> thanks very much. a good guy with a gun save countless lives on sunday morning but at least one democratic presidential candidate is not convinced that is the best way to address firearms violence. >> it may be true that somebody in the congregation had their own gun and killed the person who murdered two other people but the job of law enforcement is to have guns and decide when to shoot. you do not want the average citizen carrying a gun in a crowded place. >> other topics to sort through,
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michael bloomberg advisor doug shown in former deputy assistant to george w. bush brad blakeman, welcome. let's get reaction to what mayor bloomberg said about a member of the congregation putting a end to a gunman in his church. >> police can't be everywhere. i disagree with mayor bloomberg. i believe ordinary citizens not only have the right to carry a gun but i want ordinary citizens to be armed if they so choose. look what would have happened of those parishioners had not been trained and they were trained and armed there would have been a massacre. i'm all for what happened in texas. i think more congregations and more citizens should undertake to protect their fellow citizens if they so choose.
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>> mayor bloomberg one of the first statements, i wasn't there and don't have the fact that should have been a. because he didn't know what he was talking about, this was not just some random congregation member, this was the head of security. he was head of security, he trained others and that was his job. he may not have been in law enforcement, that was his job. it is important - it actually went on the facts, this is not a gun control issue, this is a nutcase that went into heard people and has nothing to do with assault rifles or any of the things democrats want to make it about, i hear a save the lives of many of let's leave it at that. >> i agree with mayor bloomberg's basic point. we don't want citizens enforcing the law themselves. there was a great outcome. no right minded person can do anything but praise the head of security for doing what he did but i don't think we want to be
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in a society where people are taking the law into their own hands. >> joe biden tells miners to learn to program computers in order to get jobs of the future and that's not all he said. >> anybody can go down 300-3000 feet in a mine can learn to program as well. anybody who can throw cold into a furnace can learn how to program, forgot's take. >> doing away with subsidies for fossil fuels. number 2, holding them liable for what they have done and when they don't, put them in jail. i am not joking. >> fossil fuel execs in jail. is he trying to show he can go left with bernie and warren? >> absolutely, he is going hard left and in the democratic primary being against fossil fuels is a good and strong position to take in the
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democratic party but i'm not sure if he is the nominee, wanting to jail fossil fuel executives is exactly the right way to go. >> what do you say? >> there is no such thing as a dumb question but there is a dumb answer. i've been in hr for 15 years and have a masters degree in adult education and have yet to see a coalminer have transferable skills, that was a ridiculous statement, joe biden should have said i don't have an answer, let me get back to you instead of making stuff up off-the-cuff. it is ridiculous, makes no sense at all and is quite embarrassing. >> joe biden was smart and condescending, democrats have been doing that for years with regard to coal miners. they do an important job for america and that is why america is energy independent today. the first time in a long time we are exporting our energy to others and i want them in the coal mines, working, i like
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clean coal. mike: the new york times sounds anxious, quote, the 7 candidates who made the last debate stage have their strengths but as a group offering indictment of the nomination process. there are three candidates in a 70s and no african american or latino, two people who never won and election and 0 who have ever run a state. is that sounding the alarm on the left about four more years potentially of donald trump? >> selected by the party before you are elected by the people. this group couldn't get arrested. they have someone who is unelectable. they made that hard left and won't be able to come to the center where america is and can't beat trump's record. he's hitting on all cylinders and presidential elections are
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all about the economy. >> i can cite as far as ever american voters are concerned, we could care less about having an african american on stage, there is no more symbolic meaning than to have someone black, we had a black president, people are interested in issues that matter to them and as long as they talk about people with coal, we will have the same issues over and over repeatedly and this is a listen they will learn the hard way. >> the nominating process, i can say i disagree too strongly with the new york times and mayor bloomberg should be embraced by the party. he is doing strong anti-donald trump activities in swing states and the fact that he has been excluded because he is spending his own money is a bad idea. it reflects on a process that needs to be rethought. mike: thanks for your time.
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>> fox news alert from america's newsroom chorus, hundreds of iraqis protesting the us
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airstrikes against an iran baked shiite militias in iraq trying to storm the us embassy in baghdad, the attack killed 25 fighters. mortars holding funerals for the killed in a baghdad neighborhood, then they marched to the green zone in the us embassy. journalist in the area saw the crowd trying to storm the embassy. five hezbollah targets were struck over the weekend including storage facilities and command and control centers used to carry out attacks, the move follows the iraq on an iraqi collision base which killed an american citizen. another spokesman saying the attacks limit their ability to carry out future strikes against american troops and their iraqi allies. stay with fox news for more on this developing story. mike: a come back story after a
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car accident and a positive message. this weekend was full of horrific images out houses of worship as we head into the new year. where have you seen these faith communities coming together to offer grace and forgiveness? >> a man walked into a baptist church in arkansas. he was angry at god, high on this and tore the church apart, vandalizing it and destroying church property. six months later the same man walked into the same church and declared his love for christ, said he was the one who vandalized the church and asked for forgiveness. an incredible story. you dig a little deeper and find out the pastor wanted to put him through a rehab program, he completed the program and the pastor stood next 6 monthly rental the congregation, quote, you can't preach something for
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50 years without practicing it, this manner and our forgiveness. >> what a great story of living the faith and not turning them away or showing the back of your hand but welcoming him with open arms and bring him into your community, how beautiful is that. i've spent a lot of time on capitol hill covering the divisiveness in washington. what is the best example of loving your enemy your opponent that can challenge us all as the next decade begins? >> we are right in the middle of football, we have the playoffs, super bowl coming up. how about a football story that warmed our hearts, texas football if you ever lived in texas and i have you know it is competitive down there. after a high school football game two rival teams, the team that won, instead is already went to the players, walked down the field and knelt in prayer with the rival team's are player and these two guys had known
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each other growing up and one prayed for the player's mother who is battling stage iv lung cancer in the mom said what an incredible example that was that they can be competitive on the field, give it their all but when the game is over they come together as gentlemen, neil together and pray, that touched so many people at heart it is a great example for our kids in being an excellent athlete but showing sportsmanship. mike: i started my current midlands, a desert, texas, great to see those guys doing it the right way. heading into 2020. a new decade. what are you looking forward to kick you >> the energy of a fresh start. we are all excited about that
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and so much to come and we are going to have a lot of stories coming up this year. i'm excited for a new decade and they are out there. thank you to everybody that sends me their ideas, can't wait to hear more. >> a great job gathering positive news stories together and bringing them to light, thank you so much and wish you a happy, healthy and successful 2020. >> thanks to you, thank you so much. >> you were a ray of sunshine at the end of our show, we appreciate it. we want to highlight some of the heroes of the west freeway church shooting as the gunmen opened fire on parishioners he was quickly shot and killed by firearms instructor jack wilson. one victim remarkably resuscitated by paramedics after his heart stopped beating en route to the hospital. the life-saving and immediate actions of jack wilson and those paramedics who were quick to respond to a tragedy and made a difference, you are tonight's midnight hero. this is the last fox news night for the year. we will be doing special coverage, we want to wish all of
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>> i don't feel like i killed an individual, i killed evil. that is how i am approaching it, that is i am processing. >> it is tuesday, december 31st. having a 4:00 on the east coast, the hero parishioner who stopped the gunmen in a texas church in the second says he is now hero at all. the praise pouring in from the law that allowed this good guy with a gun to save countless lives. >> i wonder if joe biden would consider choosing a republican is a running mate >> the answer is i would -- i'm serious.


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