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>> greg: we are out of time. thanks to house minority leader kevin mccarthy, dagen mcdowell, jamie lissow, kat timpf, or studio audience. "fox news @ night" with evil shannon bream is next. [applause] ♪ ♪ >> shannon: hello and welcome to "fox news @ night." i am shannon bream in washington. ♪ ♪ breaking tonight following explosive testimony during tuesday's january 6 committee hearings, fox news was told by a source close to the secret service that two agents are prepared to testify directly contradicting key aspects of allegations involving former president trump's actions in the presidential limo that day.
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a brand-new update just minutes away. and consumer confident in the u.s. economy plummets to the lowest level in more than a year. consumer outlook has a decade-long low, as president biden is informed by french president macron in an exchange caught on camera that there may be little saudi arabia can do to increase oil production. dream team handle standing by. ghislaine maxwell sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in aiding jeffrey epstein. we begin with a busy tuesday night of primaries all around the country. bret baier is up late with us, having us covered at the big board. kicking off tonight in utah where senator mike lee facing multiple primary challengers. good evening, rich. >> good evening, shannon. this sets up a general election that is one of the more unique in the country heading into the midterm season here in november
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but let's look at that primary first. and covenant know my senator mike lee fends off a couple of challengers. it was about 20-25 minutes before the associated press called us for mike lee. he is going for his third term. to navigate the two challengers, the two challengers he had in this race, they said lee was too extreme and was not willing to compromise, to align with former president donald trump. that did not hold water, at least with the republican electorate here. this is a closed primary, meaning only registered republicans got an opportunity to vote, at least in the primary. that sets up a general election. mcmullen ran for president back in 2016, got 21.5% of the vote in this state, the most any third party candidate has gotten in the presidential election, back in the '90s with ross perot. mcmullen is a former cia
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officer, former house republican staffer, running as an independent in this race, and he has gotten the utah democratic party to endorse him. the utah democrats aren't running and candidate in this race. so you've got a republican in mike lee, the sitting senator, the incumbent, running against independent admin mcmullen. this is a very conservative state. the democrats in the state are making the calculation they can get enough people in the middle to cobble that coalition and send not mike lee to the united states senate. there has not been a nonrepublican winning a statewide election here since a democratic governor in 1980s won reelection. in fact, in 1970, that is the last time a nonrepublican went to the united states senate from the state of utah. mcmullen says lee is way too extreme for the state, trying to get democrats to come on board with him, trying to get those in the middle to come on board with him, but it is going to be tough, there are a number of democrats in the state want to vote for a democrat and may not
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vote for evan mcmullin. we extend it denver and alisha kuhn yeah watching everything going on. >> hi, rich, thank you so much. a very expensive bet democrats made in colorado did not play off tonight after the more right-leaning g.o.p. candidate, democratic super pac, trying to elevate all the way to the november ballot lost in the g.o.p. primary race for u.s. senate, construction owner beat state representative. a democratic super pac spent $4 million trying to help a more conservative hanks in hopes of avoiding the more moderate from going up against democratic incumbent senator michael senator michael bennet. >> not such a good night to be a democratic super pac, right? >> senator bennet tells fox news the super pac that put up attack ads against o'dea is not
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affiliated with his campaign, sing to make colorado voters cannot let o'dea win. a similar situation in the g.o.p. primary for governor, where again the more conservative candidate greg lopez lost despite democrat-funded attack ads against his opponent, heidi can all. a tough race in november against democrat incumbent, a massive war chest and considered safe. take a look at the new colorado congressional district, made up of liberal suburbanites, moderate hispanics and conservative rowboats. once again, the democrat adds to help ultraconservative did not work, instead barb kirk meyer will face democrat dr.. one quick note, congresswoman lauren boebert held off a challenger in her very red district. and many of these races it was the unaffiliated voters that help to get these more moderate candidates across the line. we are now going to send it out to new york where my friend and colleague bryan llenas will
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continue our primary coverage. bryan? beco alisha, good evening. after a contentious primary, representative lee zeldin handley won the republican nomination for governor of new york tonight, defeating andrew giuliani, the son of former new york city mayor rudy giuliani and two others. zelda and was the favorite endorsed by the republican parts himself as the most experiencedd electable. he campaigned on reducing surging crime, firing alvin bragg, get rid of covid-19 and make new york more affordable via tax cuts. zeldin will face off against governor kathy hochul, who easily won the democratic primary tonight. hochul is looking to galvanize enthusiasm from democratic voters by concentrating on national issues like the recent supreme court decisions. she passed sweeping gun restriction laws and vowed to keep new york an abortion safe
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harbor. tonight, hochul leaned into the abortion issue, while zeldin focused on surging crime. >> protected from politicians and judges trying to control women's bodies, resulting in government mandated pregnancies. that's what they want to have. abortion rights aren't going anywhere as long as i am your governor. >> when the pro-criminal liberals controlling albany were insisting on policies that would take our state in the wrong direction, kathy hochul didn't stand up and lead them. instead, she got led by the far left. >> new york is a very blue state, but polls show that governor kathy hochul's not doing good when it comes to public opinion on her handling of crime and the economy, and republicans believe that is their avenue to try to take over the governorship of new york for the first time in 20 years. now over to my colleague, in illinois.
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>> hey, brian. major wins from former president trumps picks in illinois tonight. the candidates he endorsed and two of the tightest braces came out on top. let's start with the gubernatorial primary. trump-backed won the g.o.p. nomination. in november, he will face democratic governor j.b. pritzker, who tonight called bailey's views extreme and dangerous. pritzker and the democratic party spent tens of millions of dollars on the republican primary to think more moderate candidate and boost bailey, and unlike in colorado, here in illinois, it seemed to work. >> we are going to be a referendum of the people of illinois, that is all there is. i have been the voice of the people, i have been listening to the people. we will unite not only the republican party, but we will unite the entire state based on what we need right here in illinois. >> shannon: president trump
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also got involved, in incumbent on incumbent congressional primary in southern illinois between rodney davis and trump-endorsed mary miller. his pick, miller, won handily. shannon? >> shannon: all right, grady trimble, thank you so much for wrapping up our coverage. u.s. supreme court is allowing louisiana's redrawn congressional map to go into effect for the upcoming midterm elections. the justices put a lower court judge's ruling on hold, blocking the map from being implemented this election cycle. the map would give the g.o.p. an advantage in five congressional districts. types primary results and what it could mean heading to november's midterm election, we bring in fox news chief political anchor bret baier, of "special report." bret, let's start with some of the gubernatorial primaries. >> let's start with the governor's race, as you heard mention from bryan and grady. let's start a new york vehicle on the public inside, runaway for the incumbent -- not a
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surprise there, kathy hochul. lee zeldin, the expanse of his win through the state, minus these districts and counties where giuliani won. really, zeldin won a lot of the state and he obviously will go on to be a significant challenge for governor hochul, especially when it comes to those issues of crime, taxes, inflation, as well. if we go out to illinois, we take a look at the democrat, again, j.b. pritzker overwhelmingly, that is not a surprise. but what is a surprise is the amount of money that was spent by the democrats support state senator bailey in this race and to really kind of go after mayor irvin. eight did have an effect, it appears come in illinois, as opposed to what you saw in colorado where it kind of turned the other way. abortion will play heavily in
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the state of illinois, as we go back, let's take a look at the states overall that we have tonight. there are seven in all, five primaries, two runoffs, and a special election. the special election in nebraska, the current incumbent is -- it's an open seat, and the republican here beating, holding off the democrat, representative mike flood, this will be a seat that he feels immediately for about six months, and then there will be another election, but a little closer than people thought in nebraska and the special election. let's go back to one of the runoffs. this is in the state of mississippi. we have incumbent michael -- he was primary challenge here from a right-leaning candidate michael cassidy. he holds off cassidy and is heading towards a third term there in the state of
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mississippi. we mentioned, let's go back here to the house races. we mentioned this illinois race, which is really interesting if you look at it, miller wasn't endorsed by former president trump. this is a district here in southeastern illinois that was redrawn. both of these are current representatives going head-to-head. miller taking the win they, which is significant in that it was a real battle, this is arepd is probably going to go that way. i think you have a lot of indications that the abortion issue could play, but really, and a lot of the things we are seeing tonight, you know, especially in that special election, it's dealt with the economy. >> shannon: which looks like at least for now remains the top of voters concerns and all of the polling, fox and others included. let's talk about the senate because that is anticipated to be a much tighter time for
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either party that is trying to gain control. the republicans trying to wrest it away from democrats next time around. >> colorado is really interesting. this is a race where more republican hanks, he was the top of the ballot, the g.o.p.'s expected candidate candidate to go forward, but the construction company owner, joe o'day wins, you heard him in that piece out there, and this went the other way from illinois, with democrats spending to try to face hanks, they did not. o'dea will face incumbent michael bennet in that race. if we go out to oklahoma, you have senator lankford easily winning this primary challenge there, but there is another race in oklahoma because senator inhofe is retiring, and that race, the candidates did not get to 50 plus one, you can
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see here, representative mullen and former oklahoma house speaker shannon. they will go to a runoff august 23rd. the winner will face democrat kendra horn in the general election. obviously oklahoma leans republican, so this would be well positioned to take that race. >> shannon: bret working 24 hours a day. we appreciate that one of those hours is with us tonight. you and the board get along famously. >> we did. we have come a long way. be one you look tight. thanks, bret. former trump chief of staff mark meadows, in front of the january 6th committee tuesday but she fortunes of the testimony are already being called into question. white house correspondent kevin corke has all of the details. >> very interesting indeed. former president trump was either totally out of control on
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january 6th, 2021, to the point of attacking the secret service, who wouldn't let him go near the capital, among other allegations. or the hearsay heavy testimony given today on capitol hill was chock-full of lies, misrepresentations, and outright falsehoods. however, critics would argue for the democratically controlled committee it was all good either way because allegations made in this particular forum are more or less made-for-tv gold vehicle even if they are not true. >> cassidy hutchinson, special assistant for former president trump's chief of staff office is either a boldfaced liar or a whistle-blowing patriot, depending on how much or how little you believed her testimony on capitol hill today. hutchinson telling the house committee investigating the january 6th protests that then-president trump was so angry that the secret service would not let him go over to the capital for security reasons that he allegedly had a physical altercation with the
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secret service agents inside his armored vehicle. >> the president reached up toward the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. mr. ingold grabbed his arm and said sir, you need to take your hand off the steering wheel. mr. trump then used his free hand to lunge toward bobby ingle and when he recounted the story to me, he motioned toward his clavicle's. >> she went even further, telling the one-sided committee that the president was furious that secret service was not allowing supporters who were armed to come into the ellipse where he was speaking. >> something to the effect of take them away, they're not here to hurt me, let my people in. >> on truth social, the former president called hutchinson a total phony, a beaker, and bad news, suggesting in a post that her testimony may have been revenge for not being selected to serve on a post-white house duty team in florida, adding "her fake story that i tried to
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grab the steering wheel of the white house limousine in order to steer to the capitol building is sick and fraudulent, very much like the unselect committee itself." wouldn't even have been possible to do such a ridiculous thing." and in a statement the secret service says it has been "cooperating with the selected committee since 2021 and will continue to do so, including by responding on the record to the committee regarding the new allegations surfaced in today's testimony." and we are told tonight in several publications that yes, there are folks in the secret service who are prepared to refute everything that you heard, and it does however remain to be seen, shannon, when or if the secret service will get a chance to respond to allegations. however, if they don't corroborate her elaborate account, it could undermine hutchinson's testimony and critics would argue it would further undermine the committee's credibility. shannon? >> shannon: it will be interesting to see if we get
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that testimony under oath, as well. the plot thickens. all right, kevin, thank you so much. seat in a minute. >> i will see you soon. >> shannon: convicted in december of helping to procure underage girls for sexual abuse by jeffrey eckstein, ghislaine maxwell learned her fate. reported from new york tonight. good evening, laura. >> shannon, the victims of former socialite unit expo had been waiting to hear the woman they believed to be responsiblem for sexual encounters with the late billionaire jeffrey epstein would be heading to prison for decades. >> we are happy to finally have some closure and start a new chapter in our lives. >> a u.s. district judge in new york rejecting request from ghislaine maxwell's defense to consider maxwell a victim and hand out a light sentence.
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instead, 60-year-old maxwell got 60 years and prison and a fine for delivering girls to be sexually abused by jeffrey epstein in a sex trafficking operation over the course of a decade. epstein, he conveyed convicted pedophile, killed himself in a jail cell while awaiting his trial. maxwell was convicted. in court tuesday, the defense team blamed the mastermind and abuser, said abused young women. >> said in court, "is the greatest -- >> i wish he was sorry when she was busy putting me into room to be raped. >> virginia giuffre one of the more vocal accusers who also accused prince andrew, writing to maxwell, i never would have
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met jeffrey epstein if not for you. for me and so many others, you open the door to hell. it is not known where maxwell will serve her time but her team, which has maintained her innocence, has asked for her to be sent to a federal facility in connecticut. shannon? >> shannon: laura, thank you very much for the update. coming up, a cuban zoo gets an adorable new addition to its african prairie. plus, a crazy storm chaser drives straight into an arizona dust bubble. they got more than they bargained for. today's best viral videos are next. ♪ ♪ more protection, more sun, more joy. neutrogena® beach defense® the suncare brand used most by dermatologists and their families, neutrogena® for people with skin. you know liberty mutual customizes your car insurance, so you only pay for what you need? like how i customized this scarf? check out this backpack i made for marco.
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♪ ♪ >> shannon: utah a restocking hundreds of remote lakes by doing this, those are actual fish, from the sky, a plane
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swoops over the lake to open the hatch and for thousands of fish into the water below. would not want to go to my new home that way, but the utah division of wildlife says the fish are small enough to survive. this thrillseeker from the moment he drove straight through a large dust devil in arizona as it crossed his path, yikes. the dust wiped out the view of the road as it raked across the car and the driver admits, you hear him they are, more than i bargained for. think he is safe, though. a semitruck crashed in utah unleashing buzzing honey bees, millions of them from hundreds of beehives scattered along the side of the road. local beekeepers rushed to help round up some of the bees, though they say many of the hives were simply beyond saving. this is our site in brooklyn, a man balances a suitcase on his head. impressive, while riding his bike down fifth avenue. y, we do not know, but it appears he is pretty good at it.
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high fives a pedestrian, tells people don't worry, i've got it, navigates several traffic barriers before disappearing off the road. listen, one of the beauties of new york, you see something like this every day. he's got some skill. now the adorable new addition to a cuban zoo's african prairie, a baby white rhino name ale, two years old they are. cute. following around his massive mama catherine who surprised the zoo guys by having this baby. adorable. looks like a cartoon character. if you have any videos you want to share come hit us up @shannonbream or @foxnewsnight on social media. kevin is back, and this is a very interesting story about whether we know it or not how we choose our friends. >> i'm sorry. >> shannon: we find some weird stuff on this show. >> we really do. you hear the story, come on now, but i'm going to share it anyway, we report, you decide.
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you've probably heard of being attracted to someone who smells good. let's face it, smelling good could be the difference between you and nah, i'm good. apparently works with friends, too, get this, researchers at the wiseman institute of science say they have found people have a tendency to form friendships with individuals who have similar body smells. body odor. the researchers say they were even able to predict the quality of social interactions between complete strangers by first smelling them with a device known as an electronic nose or e-knows. the findings were published today in science advances and it suggests the sense of smell might play a much larger role in human social interactions than previously thought. now i would guess that some of this may have to do with diet, too. if you grow up in a part of the country or world where people are eating similar foods, similar spices, maybe that is
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something, seems like home to me, but that is my only guess, otherwise i've got nothing. >> shannon: i don't know about pheromones and what that gives off but i will say when i smell coffee, i love the smell of coffee. my mom, who is really backed off, used to drink a ton of coffee all the time so i had this great sensory, you know, memory of it, a hug her or being around her and smelling the coffee, so i think smells can pull you to somebody, for sure. >> shannon: my mom smoked cigarettes and would put them out and coffee cups. >> shannon: for both of our moms drink coffee. i think we all want to be around people -- like you said, it can be where you come from. like i said, that coffee smell with my mom, i have always liked people who smell coffee, i have burned coffee candles. >> when people with a nice perfume, i always remember them. you smell good, by the way. >> shannon: thank you, my friend. something tells me you have a collection. >> i do. >> shannon: only the finest.
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♪ ♪ >> shannon: george washington university standing by justice clarence thomas tonight despite pressure from its student body to cut ties, saying the views of the law professor did not ribs on those of school foot "debate is an essential part of gw's mission" here is a vicious cycle as inflation and the economy writ large have reduced confidence level to a 16 month low, which in turn elevates fears about a full on recession. matt finn is taking a look at the state of the u.s. economy tonight. >> shannon, consumer confidence dropped in june to the lowest in
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more than a year according to bloomberg analysis, and consumers six months outlook dropped to the low is nearly a decade. despite downbeat sentiment, bloomberg reports consumers plans to buy are so far holding up, even though consumers will see prices rising in the next year at the fastest rate since data dating back to the 1980s vehicle that means your fourth of july barbecue is just another thing that will likely cost you much more this year. ground beef or hamburgers up 36% from a year ago, according to the american farm bureau federation. chicken breasts are up a third from last year, pork and beans, hamburger buns, ice cream all up. americans can expect to spend roughly 17% more for a cookout this year. the american farm bureau federation says the only items that might be cheaper or strawberries, sliced cheese, and potato chips. and the higher food and fuel prices, as the g7 summit in
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germany is winding down. video captured a moment between president biden and french president emmanuel macron. macron interrupting biden monday to tell him the leader of the united arab emirates told macron that the uae and saudi arabia cannot increase oil production. >> that is noteworthy because the uae and saudi arabia are considered the only two opec countries that could possibly spare oil to bring down global prices. shannon? >> shannon: matt finn, thank you very much. let's dig in a little deeper to the worrying state of the u.s. economy with tonight's bream team panel, fox news contributor guy benson and --
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gentlemen, welcome back. i want to put up the rising cost of groceries amid inflation, common things we buy, eggs up 22%, lunch meat 17%, coffee -- sorry, critical, people are going to feel that one -- 15.6%, chicken 14.7%. these are everyday staples that we all buy, in addition to going to fill up your tank, hovering on a national average of $5 a gallon. this is going to be a tough thing going into the midterms. >> people are getting crushed, and they are hurting. families can't make ends meet or they are living paycheck to paycheck. they are unable to save, in fact depleting in many cases their savings. remember this year around this t out a graphic boasting the july 4th meal might be a few cents cheaper because of joe biden's policies? and a lot of people ridiculed that? now we just heard from matt finn in that report on average the barbecue is going to be up 17%
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overall, with some of those crucial staples you are talking about costing a lot more, and it is not with one special event is costing more, virtually everything is. everyone is feeling it. they are seeing it every single day, and that is just inescapable. it is a huge, overwhelming element of this election cycle, and the party in power, the ruling party, i think is in for a world of hurt. >> shannon: and you hear democrats openly expressing their frustration, be more proactive, the white house do more things on this front, and the white house is also feeling frustrated, the president come about because whether he should stick around for 2024, this from "the new york times." biden irked by democrats who won't take yes for an answer on 2024, saying this, facing skepticism about his capacity to run for reelection when he will be nearly 82, the president and his top aides have been stung by the questions about his plans, irritated at what they say is a lack of respect from their party and the press, and determined to
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tamp down suggestions he is a lame duck a year into his administration. have a lot of things to juggle and manage and some of the whispering is on the record, not just whispers anymore. >> well, he is failing, and the democrats don't have a single policy they can point to that they would drive to the finish line and encourage -- remember, is only independents and democrats that have them losing by such wide margins. in so many areas. they are not feeling off any republicans. it is not just the ageism issue, i don't think it is that, this person is in cognitive decline, but probably most important, the policies are failing the country. when you go after her energy on day one and effectively shut it down, the consequences, eggs, b, poultry, everything in your life costs more. it is basic economics that everybody understood, but the
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greenies and the green new deal supporters and evidently the president and kamala harris, they just don't get it. there is a consequence to their actions. so these are self-inflicted wounds, and they are not going to get out of it until they change policies. >> shannon: another policy area for them that is getting headlines that all negative is about the border again because not only do we continue to report on the crunching numbers who show up, but devastating situation, at last check with 51 migrants died in a human smuggling operation. just left in a semi truck, scorching temperatures, children, men, women. it is tragic. the white house was asked about this today. here's karine jean-pierre about what is going on at the border from over at the white house. >> we are focused on them, on the facts, and held holding the human smugglers who have endangered vulnerable individuals accountable, and we are focused on continuing our historic action to disrupt dangerous smuggling networks. but the fact of the matter is
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the border is closed. which is in part why you see people trying to make this dangerous journey using smuggling networks. >> shannon: i want to get you both to comment on that. guy, start with you, she says the border is closed. >> insulting. obviously wrong. last month, nearly a quarter of a million people were apprehended at the southern border, and according to our colleague bill melugin, at least 50,000 others were known to be got-aways. then there is the unknown number of got-aways, including the people smuggled in trucks, for example and sometimes things go sideways like they have down in texas with this incident, it is absolutely heart-wrenching, one dead, it is really gruesome to read about the details, and while the people primarily responsible are the smugglers and cartels who profit off of this, the people in washington who are making policy and incentivizing this record-setting illegal immigration, they have some culpability here, as well,
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because their policies aren't just bad for our sovereignty and for public safety, they are putting people's lives at risk every single day. they are setting records every single month, in the worst possible way, and this is yet another terrible blemish on that awful record. >> shannon: heartbreaking. quick final word to you, jason. >> it is insulting for the white house to suggest that the border is closed because it is not, and to say that they are focused on it is a bunch of hogwash. they are making that up. it is human trafficking, it is drug trafficking. these debts should have never happened. the incentivized these people to come here and how dare they say they are focused on solving it because they are not. >> shannon: we get another round of opinions from the supreme court in a few hours and one of them has to deal with remain in mexico, that policy and immigration as this country fights to find solutions. at least we hope they are fighting to find solutions in a bipartisan way on the hill. guy and jason, thank you both. >> thank you. >> thanks shannon. >> shannon: coming up, as
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finland. a senior biden official says no concessions were offered for turkey to get to that deal and turkey did not ask for any. russia has voiced significant opposition to that plan. and it appears russia is re-escalating its attacks on civilian targets in ukraine in recent days, with deadly missile strikes getting a mall, a group of people lined up for water, and a residential building in kharkiv. a fighter pilot just had a meeting with lawmakers on capitol hill, go by the name juice, we are happy to have you joining us tonight. >> yes, it is a great chance for me to show the state of ukraine and actually talk about our problem and our challenges. >> shannon: it is an early morning for you there. i want to read something that is from defense one, they wrote this a couple of weeks ago -- actually last week -- talking
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about ukrainian fighter pilots asking for better jets, says the u.s. announced another $1 billion worth of aid, defense secretary lloyd austin said the package, which did not include jets, was based on needs identified by ukraine for their new template in donbas. another billion dollars of u.s. aid coming to you. what you need to do your job? >> yes, this week, our immediate needs, and actually, even as a fighter pilot, i was asking first of all for advanced air defense systems, just to cover our cities, just to prevent this brutal missile strike on our civilians. so, i think it is a top priority for us at the moment just to close our skies by the ground air defense, and i hope that the
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next package of this support will include this system. >> shannon: so let me play something from the man who was then the pentagon spokesman, admiral kirby, back in march, talking about getting over jets and certain things to you all and the concerns about that. here's what he said a couple months ago. >> finally, the intelligence community has assessed the transfer of mig 29's two ukraine may be mistaken as escalatory, and could result in significant russian reaction that might increase the prospects of a military exhalation with nato, therefore, we also assess the transfer of the mig 29s do you claim to high-risk. >> shannon: what do you make of the concerns the u.s. has, they do not want to get drawn into anything more directly with russia by providing certain things, whether it is made jets or other things that have been requested. you know, how do you balance that with the needs you have but understand the u.s. does not want to be brought into something that russia would view
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as provocative between our two nations. >> so, the main point is that fighter jets are used, first of all, for the defense action. so, we need them to prevent all the missile strikes and air strikes on our cities and the front lines. actually, it is not true that fighter jets could escalate this war. so, we need this just to defend our cities, our citizens, and our ground units on the front lines. of course, made 29's are a good platform actually for our air force for the last 30 years, but now it is absently outdated. mig-29s are not solutions for us. we asking for weapons, yes,
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water, advanced training for us. it is -- for us, it is a long-term prospect because we are defending. it is not a question -- it is a question of at least a few months. so, our top priority is air defense, but the next stage isn't modern sports generation fighter jets. >> shannon: well, we are so impressed, the world has been, by the heroism of the people in ukraine, the folks in the military like you who are relentless in your resistance, and bravery. juice, we hope to hear from you again and we just wish you godspeed. >> thank you. appreciate it. >> shannon: god bless you. all right, some good news because we all need that before we say good night, an act of heroism and sacrifice being honored, awarded the medal of
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