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have a eyes and are reading the news you know that is absolutely not true. thanks for joining us, we appreciate it. two hours went by. they you for being with me. have a great day. >> president biden's open border policy being blamed for the death of at least 15 migrants. >> karine jean-pierre responded by claiming the border is closed. >> will stay focused on the facts. the fact of the matter is the border is. yesterday -- >> facing off against the governor. >> in overhead. >> a big swing and voter registration. >> more than a million voters have now officially switch the
party to the g.o.p. >> voters are mined every day, it was lower when republicans were in charge. it was easier to get every grocer i needed when republicans were in charge. ♪ ♪ >> ♪ ♪ >> everybody knows that we are looking at the sun in pittsfield, massachusetts. another shot of pittsfield. what time is it? must be a study of the day before. >> that's the same son of a new york. >> the same from last week. we need to stay warm.
>> it's crazy, because sometimes it looks like we should be warm when we look at it in the winter but we are not. the mayor is there. the unemployment rate, 5.1%. a little bit higher than the rest of the country. it's the largest city in massachusetts. >> pittsfield? it is? >> probably from wikipedia and you know how accurate that is. [laughter] >> it's the largest city in massachusetts? are you crazy? >> bigger than boston? no way. the largest in the county? >> if you want to go to a big city in berkshire county, just call 1-800-pittsfield. there you go. >> 43,000 people live there, brian. >> and pittsfield has never been talked about on a national television show as much as it was in the last 40 seconds, and now they have the moniker being the biggest town in the commonwealth of massachusetts.
>> judging by the rundown, 7:30 and 8:00, nothing but pittsfield. >> sounds good. we are learning more information about that tragedy down in south texas and san antonio where 50 people are now saying -- they are now saying 51 people, the numbers going up. earlier this morning they said 39 of them were men and 21 were women. don't know the extra was because there are 51 they are saying this morning who have died. it's 103 degrees and i was wondering who was driving this truck. it was abandoned and they say it broke down because of mechanical failure and the driver, they say, was not trying to flee on foot, found in a nearby field, two more were arrested and one is an american citizen. >> they just painted the truck to look like a different truck. it was supposed to be cloned and in it were all these bodies piled up. according to "the new york post" story, they put spices, and they must have known.
>> the story is that apparently this truck across the board in laredo, about 150 miles south of san antonio, and it passed through border checkpoint on i-35. and the dogs came and they smell the truck. on the day was over 100 degrees people are going to be sweating and the dog is going to alert people, so they apparently spread the steak seasoning throughout the body of that truck to distract the dogs. and regarding the truck, brian, you are absolutely right. it was built to look exactly like a real truck registered to the u.s. department of transportation. and they call it cloning a vehicle. we said yesterday that it was a refrigeration truck, because it looks like one. they apparently had a refrigeration unit on it, but it
wasn't hooked up because it just had to look like a real truck with a real number, except the guy who owns the real truck said, "i'm looking at the truck and it's in the parking lot here in san antonio." that truck is a fake. >> it had u.s. and texas registration numbers connected to this resident, and his son-in-law, reported went to talk to him and they said those running the smuggling ring fraudulently printed the tags. the fake tags correspond with a volvo. so the man was really shaken up by this incident. >> what would it take for the president to actually talk about this calamity which is the border, which is falling apart since he took over? this. even though he is overseas, he commented in an official statement saying the tragic loss of life in san antonio, texas, that took place yesterday is horrifying and heartbreaking and the need to go after the multibillion-dollar criminal smuggling industry, preying on
migrants and leading to far too many innocent deaths. if you wanted to crack down on the smuggling ring, you have a funny way of showing it. you have incited them to come to work. you have allowed the third-party policy where the first step a migrant takes into a neighboring country, that's where they apply for citizenship, you have ignored the remaining mexico policy, and you given the sense to everybody that comes here, if you're with a family, you get to stay. you don't think they are say to people, come one, come all? you get to stay and ask for your family. don't think that hasn't nothing to do with the number of people in situations like this, how many refrigeration trucks working? >> doesn't show you what a massive operation this is?
they are painting the trucks to look other trucks and companies in south texas and taking fake identity numbers and slapping them on the windshield so that you think it belongs to a certain person, it's a legitimate company, legitimate truck, when if you look at those identification numbers they attract other people who live in texas. >> they figured it out because they're so much money in it, but when the president talks about the multibillion-dollar criminal smuggling industry, he's talking about the cartels. and they are not just smuggling people, they are smuggling drugs. and where's the outrage about all of the fentanyl? it probably kills more people then were in that truck in this country every day. the administration has taken heat over the last couple of days ever since, because clearly those people got in that truck and paid those coyotes the big money to get in, because the message was, don't come, but go
ahead and come. karine jean-pierre was asked about this yesterday on air force one while traveling to spain and said that the president's policies are not the reason those people are dead. speak of the fact of the matter is the border is closed, which is in part why you see people trying to make this dangerous journey, using smuggling networks. again, our hearts go out to the families at this time. we are going to stay focused on the facts and making sure that we hold these smugglers accountable. that's going to be our focus. >> firefighter said they found stacks of bodies, no sign of water on the truck or the ac unit. police said several of the victim staggered out of the truck before they were found dead several blocks away. they were 16 survivors including four children. they are at various hospitals in san antonio and they said they were hot to the touch when they found them. a local worker heard a faint cry coming out of that truck and alerted police.
they said they are not confident they have accounted for everyone and they are not sure what the exact number is in the mexican foreign minister says the deceased includes 22 for mexico, seven from guatemala, two from honduras. and others have not been identified and there were no children among the dead. >> what will it take for the president to pay attention to the border, arguably his greatest failure to date? think of the frustration of governor greg abbott trying desperately to get the president's attention, building his own while using his texas rangers, his own national guard, to do something the president not only doesn't do, but ignores. and they asked, act like it's one of the first to die. there are five bodies found almost every day the people who just died on the way here, let alone with horrific things happening, that they don't even get to our border. here is the governing yesterday. >> he said he's doing everything possible to stop human smuggling. that is a lie. he has dismantled i.c.e., he has
a limited all of the border security efforts put in place by president trump. it was just a year and half ago when we had the most secure border in decades and today we have the worst human smuggling problem than ever before. these are people who lost their lives. they did so because president biden has empowered and emboldened the cartels to do exactly what you saw happen. it's a tragedy and it's not going to stop until biden begins to enforce the laws passed by congress and the united states of america. >> he tweeted out that these deaths are on biden, they are the result of his deadly open border policy. >> there it is right there. historically the number of people who come into the country illegally goes down during the hot summer months. but obviously the cartels have figured out, you know what? rather than go through the hot weather, just hop on a truck and we will have you in san antonio in no time. >> they don't care. the smugglers don't care, they
are making money. >> absolutely. they want to come into the united states for a better life, and i get it, unfortunately. as he saw a couple days ago in san antonio, at the spot, a well-known spot where migrants are dropped off, that's obviously where they drop them off because there is a rail line right there. those people i dead. the message was the door is open. you know what? the door was closed on that truck and they all died. just so you know, some interpret this differently. senator menendez says this problem is because these are the consequences of restricting access to our system and failing to create legal pathways for migrants at our border. our problem is the pathways for people to get here legally. change the laws. if you got problem with it, change the laws. but for decades, congress has been unable to fix that problem. >> letting more people in the border and opening of the border is not the answer. >> ted cruz says horrific, this
is wrong. how many people have to die before dems give a damn? >> he is 70 something and hasn't been there yet. >> don't hold your breath. 6:11 on the east coast and coming up we are hearing from one of the boy scouts who sprung into action after that missouri amtrak train went off the tracks. the latest on this investigation. >> plus, the wealthy enclave of west hollywood, california, that neighborhood has cut funding for law enforcement but has increased its budget for a russian arts festival. hmm. >> that's smart. ♪ ♪ your mission: stand up to moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. and take. it. on... ...with rinvoq. rinvoq a once-daily pill can dramatically improve symptoms... rinvoq helps tame pain, stiffness, swelling. and for some...rinvoq
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♪ ♪ >> airbag with your headlines, starting with this. the death toll in monday's amtrak derailment in missouri rises to four, and as the ntsb investigates your learning more about the heroics of the boy scouts on board. eli is a member of the truth that took immediate action to save lives. >> the adrenaline kicked in and i felt like i knew what to do. i had to carry a couple of kids in my arms, two at a time. we are running around doing as much as we could. >> his father says his son also attempted to comfort the driver of the dump truck that collided with the train who ultimately died at the scene. now, to a roundup of primary results. congress and lee zeldin wins the republican nomination for new york governor. he will face incumbent democrat kathy hochul who is running for her first full term. another big gubernatorial race shaping up in illinois where
trump backed farmer darren bailey clinched the g.o.p. nomination. he is now up against incumbent democrat j.d. pritzker this fall, looking to keep his residence at the governors mansion. meanwhile, conservative colorado congresswoman lauren boebert and utah senator mike lee both fending off primary challengers. rnc chairwoman ronna mcdaniel join us in just a few minutes to break down those races. now let's head across the pond with a major upset at wimbledon. serena williams is out after a stunning first round loss to harmony ten and a 3-set thriller. the tennis superstar is immediately asked about whether she is thinking about calling it a career. >> do you want to come back? speaker that is a question i can't answer. like, i don't know. >> williams stepping on the court for her first competitive match in nearly a year after
tearing her hamstring at wimbledon in 2021. does your headlines. >> well, she made it to wimbledon. >> she is amazing. >> a wild card because she hasn't played much lately. >> incredible. they are both great players. >> they are indeed. thank you very much, and we were talking a bit about the problematics of imported. you know, we go outside this building, there is a crime problem here in new york city, and it's not just new york city but the big cities here in the east, and the big cities at west. in west hollywood, california, they have seen under 37% increase in crime in west hollywood. if you forgot crime going up 137%, when you have more people in the street with guns or less? they decided, you know what? we are going to defund the
sheriff's department >> so they will have five fewer sheriff's because of their budget approval, the actual budget, in a vote 3-2, they decided they would like to cut back on the amount of cops in west hollywoos been overrun by crime. but they do want to use the money for something else. >> this is what is desired, they are decreasing how much they are going to give the police, cutting five positions, and yet they are funding a russian arts festival giving an extra $14,000 and increasing it to a total budget of $15,000. and they are reimagined police, the monies being reallocated to a block by block program to staff unarmed security ambassadors. >> the program is called block by block, so they are taking
armed share of deputies off the street and they are putting in their place 30 unarmed security ambassadors. so if you are security ambassadors you don't have a gun, you probably have -- i hope a badge or something. >> phone to call 911? >> maybe. so essentially they will beg people, please stop stealing that car, or something like that. there is such a debate in west hollywood over the last couple of months because people realize this is a bad idea if there is a time of general unease and a crime wave. now is not the time. west hollywood city council member who thought it was a good idea, i believe, was lindsey horvath, 1 of 3 who voted for defending. he or she is. >> prioritizing people safety doesn't just mean people with guns and badges on the streets. they have to find another way to keep our residents safe and to address safety and quality of life issue in a way that is
affordable. >> so crime is up and they are cutting police. it makes no sense. in february of 2021 there were 105 incidents of things like rape, burglary, murder, aggravated assault, arson, human trafficking. february of last year compared to february this year. so 105 last year, 250 this year. it's gone up 137%. >> so far i would say it is safe to say they haven't found a better way to have crime decreased. hi, ambassador, this is called the smash-and-grab, get out of my way. they way into fox vigil this way. most of the residents are opposed to cutting this budget. they are outraged that people and organizations from outside the city are dictating to the council how to run our city. the narrative that we can have
either shifts or social services, or share of sore and i'm security teams, is false. but they do have russian art. finally, they have russian art displays in west hollywood, and what perfect timing. >> right, when russia is invading ukraine and killing so many people. >> what kind of color schemes are they using? the very latest input in portraiture. so clearly this is a victory for progressives who have been pushing to defund the eight -- are you okay back there? >> she fell again. i told her not to wear those heels. >> so it's a victory of opponents of sheriff villa nueva has been on this program many times. >> just so you are aware, carley didn't fall. there's a wall and we can see what happen. >> carley, did you fall? >> i dropped my space heater. >> but you are okay? >> i'm fine. >> knock twice if you are okay. the 29th of june and you need a space heater? >> every woman in this building
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♪ ♪ >> key midterm races are taking shape this morning. in new york, for example, congressman lee zeldin won the republican nomination, doubling his second challenger, andrew giuliani. he will face incumbent democrat kathy hochul, an extremely weak candidate in a very democratic state, writing for her first full turn after taking over for a very disgraced governor cuomo. in illinois, trump backed former darren bailey clinched the g.o.p. nomination for the governor palin will get into that. after democrat governor j.b. pritzker spent $30 million to prevent a more moderate republican from winning the
race. here to act as ronna mcdaniel. bring me to last statement. have you ever seen this before to this level? the financing, the people who might be more favorable for the democrat? >> i haven't seen this. coming from a big democrat donor getting through, other they failed. they spent money in colorado to get rid of jim as a day. he won the senate nomination which is going to make that a competitive race in colorado. so it's a waste of money in my mind. >> did it work with darren bailey, though? >> in illinois it looks like it might have worked. i would say i wouldn't have looked at illinois is a huge battleground anyway with the amount of money that j.b. pritzker has. he has unlimited funds to funnel into his gubernatorial race, which is too bad for the people in illinois because they've got record crime levels and lots of problems in that state.
>> also trump backed darren bailey, that helps a lot, as you know, more than anybody. have you seen any early polling that shows how that might challenge you more than before roe v. wade is overturned? >> we will be looking at recent polling but i will say this, brand, it was leaked in april. so this is a little baked in and we have seen no movement in the polling once this was leaked. so a lot of voters had seen this, they expected roe v. wade to be overturned and it did not change the numbers at all. >> so let's look at something else that was pretty fascinating that emerge. i believe it revealed that more than 1 million voters went out of their way. because they switch parties from democrat to republican, and most of those in the suburbs where president trump was shedding voters last time around. what does your micro polling show you the reason is?
>> we are seeing it everywhere. we have been outpacing dams 4-1 in pennsylvania, in north carolina, 3-1 florida. he overtook the democrats in the first time in history with more republicans registered. it is common sense issues. parents should have a say in their kids's education, we should be energy independent, have a secure border, crime is an issue. this all removes voters to the republican party as they watched democrats become more and more extreme. >> leash is a 630,000 switched to democrat from republican but was far outstripped by the million plus you guys have gotten. when you look at these races a lot of focus is going to be on georgia. herschel walker, dead even or slightly up in georgia. look at maggie hassan on, quite vulnerable in new hampshire. republicans seem to be worried about -- it's always a tough race in wisconsin. tell me about what your back
room looks like. where are you most concerned and most optimistic of flipping? >> lino ron johnson, that's the number one target for democrats but we have big win prayerless in areas like kenosha and waukesha which is good for republicans heading into novemb. it's an honest primary for the democrats, a competitive race for the democrat nomination. he's running even with raphael warnock. that's really good. he is just out of a primary. we need to win georgia. new hampshire, again, all three of the candidates, the three top-tier candidates, are polling within the margin of error with maggie hassan. it's a september primary which i don't love. but also nevada, doing incredibly well against periods of his opportunity for pickups. we've got to hold those retiring republican senator seats in pennsylvania and north carolina. >> we will talk about that and
the role that january 6 may end up playing in the midterms is only a small percentage paying attention, it seems, on the right. ronna, thank you so much. i know every tuesdays extremely so thank you for joining us this wednesday. 26 mins before the top of the art. up next, a family-run chain of gas stations offering drivers a deal. >> this can be used on any car after 2001 so i feel that all three cars and i'll probably fill them up again. whatever have to do to keep them filled up through at least the fourth. >> the president of the company doing such a great thing for the customers, joining us live to share how they are easing pain at the pump. ♪ ♪
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country are near or north of $5 a gallon, one family-owned chain is looking to provide some relief. they are slashing prices to $3.99 a gallon's for unleaded 88 gas and $3.49 a gallon for e8585 fuel through next tuesday, through the fourth of july. the company president and ceo, travis, joins us from pennsylvania. hey, travis. good morning. >> good morning. good to be with you. >> it's could have you. the number one thing people are complaining about is the price of gas, and i can see behind you now that your unleaded 88 is $3.99. why did you say, as a family, we've got to lower the price? >> we just thought it was a good opportunity to provide some relief. we know how difficult it's been over the last couple of months, and with the timing of the fourth of july weekend come a lot of people want to be on the road and travel, so we thought it was a great opportunity to do
it. >> with the unleaded 88, what cards does that work in? >> unleaded 88 is approved for vehicles produced 2001 and newer than that. so that is suvs, trucks, everything from 2001 and up. >> however, if you got a flex fuel car, you can use the 85, and you are selling that for less than $3.50 a gallon. >> yes, that's $3.49. that is for flex fuel vehicles. they are generally, if you look at your vehicle manual, or inside your fuel cap or on your fuel cap, you see the designation for it. >> travis, how much money are you losing every gallon that you pump today? >> [laughs] i'm not really sure. i didn't take care to calculate it. >> i don't think you want to
know! >> yeah. it really depends on the volatility of things over the next five days because we are writing this through july 5th. this is not just a one-day deal. >> it's great, because people are looking for relief. when he talked to people, you have been a family business out in pennsylvania and neighboring states, as well, since back in the '50s. do your customers blame anybody? we have heard the president referred to putin's price hike. two people at your level say that? >> i don't know that i hear that in the stores. i think people are pretty educated on fuel these days. the volatility has been here for a long time and i think people understand that the price of crude oil drives the price of gasoline at the pump. so i think our customers are pretty sophisticated. >> sure. even though you dropped the price, here in new jersey i just bought gas yesterday for over $5 a gallon.
so i could say $20 if i was filling up with you today at one of your locations across the country. are you realizing what an impact that extra $20 is having on the average family? >> we know it has a big impact. we've seen it ourselves, high gas prices are good for retailers either, because people how to spend less on gas and they have less disposable income to spend on other things. it's difficult for everyone so we understand that impact. >> sure, we've heard from the president, accusing the oil companies of profiteering and people at the gas stations making less money. the president said one of the reasons you desire to those who fourth of july? >> not at all. it is something we wanted to do to provide relief and without the timing was good for the holiday. it was just an opportunity, lee
thought, to give back and drive awareness around these alternative fuels that we think are great options for people. >> that is such a good point. i bet you would die there are so many people who are going open up their little guest door on their car to figure out if they can use the flex fuel, which is $3 for $0.09 at your local location. travis, thank you for joining us. thanks for being on tv. now turn around and start pumping gas. >> last night thanks. appreciate the time. >> you bet. carley joins us for some news. lived to figure out where the closest locations. >> probably too far because gas prices are so darn high. but not there. some headlines, starting with this, former socialite ghislaine maxwell receiving a 20 having a prison sentence for her role in jeffrey epstein sex trafficking ring, a judge making an example of maxwell saying the sentence sends an unmistakable message.
the victims who were abused as teens reacting singer in-court apology "does not cut it." the nato summit to kicks off in spain and president biden's welcoming and sweden, now one step closer to membership after turkey drops opposition paid big news there. the commander in chief also announcing a new policy stance. >> today i am announcing the united states will respond to the changing security environment. we will continue to adjust our costs based on the threat with our allies. >> the western alliance is of course putting most of its focus on the response to russian invasion of ukraine. the fda recommends new covid shots that specifically protect against the omicron variant. the change allows vaccine makers to rollout newly formatted doses this fall, and this comes as "sesame street"'s facing backlash after elmo takes a jab
in a public service announcement following vexing approval for kids as young as six months old. watch this. >> i had a lot of questions about elmo getting the covid vaccine. was it safe? i learned that elmo getting vaccinated is the best way to keep himself, our friends, neighbors, and everyone else healthy. >> senator ted cruz is now slamming sesame workshop for citing zero scientific evidence. those are your headlines. over to you. >> it's a beautiful day in the neighborhood, carley, and we are talking about accessories. let's take a look at the temperatures because it feels like summer time across the country. they are in the 60s along the east coast, interior sections into the 50s come up those temperatures are up. we have a friend moving across the great lakes but for the most part the northeast is dried today and we could see some stronger storms over the northern plains, upper midwest or the great lakes and large hail and maybe damaging winds. i don't think we'll see a lot of tornadoes but be on alert and know where you get your watches
and warnings. and we have an area of low pressure in the gulf of mexico. will it develop? we are watching that of the next five days. regardless of whether or not it gets a name it'll bring heavy rainfall and the potential for flash flooding two parts of texas, louisiana, and along the southeast coast combined with a friend over the next couple of days. heavy rainfall, a couple of inches that stretch from texas all of the across the southeast. we'll watch that as you get into the weekend. over to you. >> not that much along the coast. thank you. coming up on this wednesday we are having some fun in the sun. here with this season's best pool accessories. we are going to dive right in after the break. ♪ ♪
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by dozens of massage therapists. an attorney claims that there is no basis for an indefinite suspension. a golfer suspending saudi arabia after joining the new golf league. he hopes people move on from the controversy surrounding golf, and brooks is speaking out of his decision to join, as well. >> it's what's best for me and my family. i feel comfortable with the decision i've made. i'm happy and i did what's best for me. >> they had an intense rivalry on the pga tour but they were both make their growth debuts this weekend in portland. >> thank you, carley. before you head to the pool this fourth of july weekend we have some new toys that your family is going to love. >> i shouldn't say "we," i should say skit. you've outdone yourself. you have filled up your entire
veranda. >> you know how you do it. every year after one up yourself. i've got all the fun stuff. what i did was scour the internet and found my top picks for pool tech and pool toys. starting out, this is a great device and it is simple. it's been around for a while but a lot of people don't know about it. this is the pool patrol. you float this in your pool in middle sends an emotion. so if a pet or a child or someone goes in the pool and you are not there, it'll sound an audible alarm, and it has a receiver that goes in your house. so this is a really great -- >> leads to have one of those but it was 25 years ago. every time the wind blew -- >> the sensitivity sitting on now, you can set the sensitivity. >> that a smart. >> this is a must-have for pool safety. i love this, this is a bluetooth speaker. i have these right now and this works with your phone. see you can see it's a light show that goes.
of course it doesn't work when i press the button. anyway, it's bluetooth and it works with your phone. there you go. it plays all you music, completely waterproof, so you can play it in the pool without taking a phone with you. >> see you can control whatever channels? >> you can. you put your music on here so you can play your music, answer your phone, do all that stuff while you are in the pool. and you don't have to take a phone in the pool with you. >> does it take three steps to do that? >> eve got to take three steps. skynyrd was supposed to be here last week. these are like super soakers for the pool. kids love these, they are the next liquidators. a very hot item. the cameramen won't like you if you shoot the camera. this is fun stuff, this is like a great game, you can fill this with ice and your drinks. and you have a pong game to play
in the pool. it's harder than it looks. this is one of my favorites, it has the straw that goes down into the pool. >> see you can drain the pool. great idea. >> of course there's the basketball hoop, lounge chairs. way too much i can show on this one segment. he could on the website -- >> what are these? >> that links all the favorite stuff. these are for the kids, they go down, they float to the surface of the water and the kids can swim through them. any play swimming games. a lot of fun stuff and the kids and the adults. drink holders over there, was a little palm tree. >> because gas is so expensive, this is the year for a lot of staycations. if you're lucky enough to have a pool have a neighbor with a pool -- >> but if the neighbor has this,
don't jump in without their home because the alarm will go off. >> how loud is the alarm connects because it's very loud. and you could put the receiver in the house so inside or outside you can hear it. it's a great advice to have. >> he's going to be back at the end of the show to show us great swimming pools. more information, go online. all right, still ahead on this wednesday, a struggling retailers reportedly battling cooled sales by heating up the customers. the nationwide store accused of tuning off the aca to save cold hard cash per year watching "fox & friends" lives from fox square. ♪ ♪ time. it's life's most precious commodity, especially when you have metastatic breast cancer. when your time is threatened, it's hard to invest in your future. until now.
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"dance, dance, dance, all the things you do." is there a second verse? >> this is the song from "trolls," and it made the sun very famous with little kids. they hear it and they go crazy and dance all around. >> do you know what it means? >> got some sunshine in my pocket, some good soul and my feet... >> that's a part -- i get a sense that he just wants to -- >> dear kids love this song because of "trolls?" >> it puts you in a happy mood. it's wednesday and we are a couple weeks away from the fourth of july and everybody's got mondays off, so it's going be a three-day weekend. andy wants to dance. >> it was country music, they would have you dance, break up with a girl, get drunk, and could meet somebody else at the end of the night.
usually there is drinking and dancing. >> don't forget the bible and bring a drunk girl home. >> don't bring a drunk girl home. >> no, you bring a drunk girl home -- >> take her to her house. or if you bring her home, make sure she is safe. >> we had chris, he brought a drunk girl home. >> anyway... >> responsibly. >> let's talk about the news of the day. of course, over the last five days the biggest news has been the supreme court reversing roe v. wade and said there is no constitutional guarantee for an abortion in this country and sent it back to the states. every state now has to decide how they want to handle it. well, it was just about three days ago, senator elizabeth warren from the commonwealth of massachusetts was being interviewed by "the washington post" and she was talking about this idea she had, or that she had heard as, if they are going to put the power in the hands of the
states, certain states will say no abortions. however, every state has federal land, so her idea was essentially to develop planned parenthood outposts were abortion centers on federal properties, or at national parks, they would put up tents and have personnel help people because it's time to declare medical emergency. so that was a big plan. >> so if you wanted to go to yellowstone park there would be an abortion clinic there? >> exactly, it would be on the brochure. >> [laughs] >> she didn't really follow up. unbelievable. the sad desperate they are to make sure everybody has an abortion. it's unbelievable. instead of it being a rare and something you don't look forward to, these protests have turned into pro abortion. it makes you seem like it's a fun thing to do. well, here's the interesting thing. apparently the administration is
not on the same page, because within one day you've got the health and human service secretary, xavier becerra, saying, "we are looking at that," but then you got the president's official spokesperson, karine jean-pierre come on air force one saying we're not going to do. yes we are, no we are not. yes we are, no we are not. watch this. >> it could put women in providers at risk, and importantly in states where abortion is now illegal, women in providers who are not federal employees, as you look at federal land, could be prosecuted. >> what i can tell you is we are aware of the number of ideas and proposals. many of which we have been considering internally ourselves. every option is on the table. we will look at everything we can add everything we do will be in compliance.
>> they have a stay on the trigger law that is going to -- if you view is ever overturned, and obviously it was, abortion stopped on a dime and in those states that judge is ordered a stay, and therefore things go on as usual and they re-examined the legality of. >> meanwhile, at george washington university in the d.c. area, justice thomas is one of the adjunct professors there. he teaches a class and their son student students saying that after he suggested after roe v. wade that he might reconsider contraception, same-sex marriage, many are calling for him to step down. they are asking him to be fired, not to be able to teach this class. gw is saying that debate is an essential part of our university's academic and educational mission. just as we affirm our commitment to academic freedom, we affirm the right of all members of our community to voice their opinions. >> that means he keeps his job
and i guess the supreme court justice gets to teach your students. and for $85,000 a year, i believe you should let him teach. >> and essentially at the school is saying, sorry, we won't fire him just because you disagree with him. >> you watch the jerry six trail yesterday? cassidy hutchinson was there, the 26-year-old chief of staff or the head of staff. >> she was an assistant to mark meadows, chief of staff of the president. >> right, so compelling testimony on tape and live where she painted an ugly picture of the president that day. the question is, was it an accurate picture? >> the part we are going to play for you right now, because everybody's talking about it, is she apparently was at the rally on the ellipse. after the rally, back in the white house, she said white house deputy chief of
staff told her about a clash inside the president's suv, which she referred to as "the beast." he said, did you effing here what happened in the beast? apparently the president was under the impression that after the rally they were going to take that vehicle up to the capitol. when he is told that the secret service that he had to return to the white house because of security and whatnot, secret service agent bobby ingle said he stopped donald trump from steering the suv toward the capitol, grabbed it, and here is her testimony yesterday in front of the january 6th committee. >> the president said something to the effective come up and got on the f-anti-president. take me up to the capitol now." to which bobby responded, "sir, we have to go back to the
west wing." the president reached up toward the front of the vehicle to grab at the steering wheel. mr. ingle grabbed his arm and said, "sir, you need to take your hand off the steering wheel. we are going back to the west wing. we are not going to the capitol." mr. trump uses free hand to lunge him, and he motioned toward his clavicle. >> our sources are telling us that they spoke with the secret service agent who is in the car and said this did not happen, was willing to go on oath to say it didn't happen. the question is whether they will call that agent into testify under oath. probably not. this is one-sided. this is a one-sided committee, only run by all democrats and two rhino republicans. it doesn't seem fair, it's one-sided. they are only kind people
against trump who have the stories against trent. >> if they contradict or they should definitely do it. >> that would be fair. but keep in mind there are four people on the record to say that trump was required by law and authorized up to 20,000 national guard troops to be there on january 6th that day. once he authorized them, then the speaker of the house, nancy pelosi, and the mayor of d.c., muriel bowser, they have to call in these national guard troops. if they called in the national guard troops, the chief of police also asked for extra security. why didn't they use them? why didn't they call it extra security? if they'd had extra security this would not of happened. they wouldn't be anyone storming in the capitol. so why isn't the committee investigating nancy pelosi or muriel bowser to say, why didn't you do it donald trump has requested and call the national guard? >> the question is, what was he doing the whole time and why didn't he hop on television earlier? why didn't he say from the podium not to go over there when
he got word about the violence? the secret service, anthony sai. we are cooperating and will continue to do so including by responding on the record to the committee regarding the new allegations surfaced in today's testimony. keep in mind, donald trump jr. tweeted outcome and the president had an answer, he said, it's impossible to reach the wheel. do you think you ride shotgun if you president of the united states? you can't reach the wheel and try to manipulate that. there was no assault, they go on to say. there was no assault and no grabbing of the wheel. the president didn't assault secret service agent, and he didn't grab the wheel, according to the people that were there. cassidy was not there. she was hearing this from somebody else. >> exactly. she heard from the guy who was in the vehicle. >> that's the name of the agent.
>> exactly. it's great to hear from the secret service on the record. there's been a lot said off the record that will be great when it is officially on the record and we hear from people in that vehicle. >> she said things like trump through his lunch across the room and hit the wall and there was ketchup running down the wall and he wants a metal detectors removed, and trump, she says, said "let my people in" and try to grab the steering wheel. >> that he was upset about the size of the crowd and he saw people in the back. they don't want to come in, according to her, because they weapons and they have to go through the magnetometers. he would never say get rid of them. use kellyanne conway last night. >> i think there is a big mistake in not cross-examining witnesses because this is not a courtroom. it's not even a regular committee proceeding where you would have both sides, even the minority party, being able to put their own witnesses or ask the questions of the witnesses.
i would have a lot of questions for her today and i think it's important the president also denied any of this happening. i have been in his suvs countless times, and i would find it very difficult to lunge into the front and be able to do that. particularly in the beast. it's not developed that way. the president has denied this publicly and privately to many people today. and i think that matters. >> very much like the unselect committee itself, it wouldn't have ever been possible to do such a ridiculous thing. >> she has a great point, it would be great to hear some sort of cross-examination. rather than reading the questions from a teleprompter, because clearly they know exactly what she's going to say. i'm going to ask this and we'll play the sound bite so it would be great if there were some back and forth. one of the other things she said is that mark meadows and rudy giuliani both asked for president pardons for what
happened on january 6th. >> it seems like mark meadows is quite laid-back during that period the reporting from yesterday. in the minority, if jim jordan couldn't be in there it's because he was in the middle of it. not because he's in out of the story. banks couldn't have been there, and kevin mccarthy was led to believe that if you put a republican on they still would not be able to cross examine. so they would have been sitting there not able to answer questions, but used as props to validate and say, look, there was bipartisan give-and-take. it would be like the second impeachment and not the first where we saw doug collins push back. speak up of the original plaintiff kellyanne conway, cross-examination. >> everyone feels that way. >> that's my point. they wouldn't have been able to cross-examine. >> under the the house rules. >> that they drew up. >> republicans in the room
wouldn't be able to come address questions. let's hand it over to carley for headlines. >> and news out of california, 37 cities within los angeles county have not issued votes of no confidence for progressive district attorney george gascon. glendora and south on monty becoming the latest if it unanimously against gascon. the devastated community of el monte also doing so after to the officers were killed in line of duty earlier this month. many blame that on his soft on crime policies and suspected cop killer had previously been convicted of murder and was free on parole. a memorial for those fallen officers is set for tomorrow. more than 100 frustrated nypd detectives have retired this month and another 75 say they have had enough and are planning to put their papers in next month. a veteran bronx detective who wishes to remain anonymous tells "the new york post," "things you can do on the street can affect your whole life. i will always be a cop in my
heart. i put my papers an end i'm scheduled to leave next month." that man served for 21 years as a detective. so far this year or 250 detectives have retired leaving a total number of about 5600. that is nearly 2,000 fewer officers from two decades ago. the number keeps going down, my goodness. musician travis barker is a part reportedly hospitalized for an unknown health issue. his wife, kourtney kardashian, by his side. he's tweeting, "god save me yesterday," which happens to be a lyric in a machine gun kelly song. after he was taken away in an ambulance, his son, landon, joined machine gun kelly last night on madison square garden's stage. his daughter taking to instagram asking her followers to please send prayers. listen to this, bed bath & beyond making its customers and employees sweated out the summer to try and save a few bucks. the struggling lifestyle
superstore chain is turning off the air conditioning in stories to cut its energy bills. that is according to bank of america analyst who has visited those stories. meanwhile, a new survey finds the perfect ac temperature during the summer is 64 degrees. that is way too called. i completely dispute that. which is why i have the space heater behind, because probably about 60 degrees in here. >> sometimes i wear the hot patches on my back because it feels better. i'll get you a box. >> that's genius. >> thank you. >> i see how? >> not the icy hot. i use the dash what are they called? they are called salonpas. or sometimes they'll have the feet warmers in my bag. >> to the point about bed bath & beyond, a lot of
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chapman, the 16-year-old son, sammy, died of an accidental fentanyl overdose last year. good morning to you, samuel. >> good morning. >> how do you feel when you hear these judges are letting these guys off so easily, when they have enough fentanyl to kill millions of people? >> i don't understand it. i feel like the judge has blood on his hands. how can you let someone who has the capacity and the intent to commit mass murder out on the streets again with a light sentence in los angeles? the drug dealers drive around with impunity. the only get a traffic ticket if they have a certain amount. it is soft-on-crime policies that are killing people over california and all of your major cities in the country. >> i know your son died on february 7th, 2021. and he bought a pill on snapchat. did they ever find out who he bought that pill from?
>> yes, they did. they found my son's murderer. the dea and the santa monica police did, and then they submitted the case to the office of george gascon who declined to comment. and that man is walking the streets today. could be waiting outside our house, for all i know. but there's nothing we can do about it. george gascon's office won't speak to us. >> wow. and he could be killing other people and selling more drugs. what happened to your son? >> l, it was super bowl sunday and he was upstairs in his room where we thought he was safe and sound, but he had got a colorful drug emoji-filled invitation from a drug dealer and decided to try something. he got drugs delivered to our house that night, like a pizza, over snapchat. jumped the fence, got what killed him, and we found him in his room in what they call the
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the layoff accounts for half of the location's total workforce. the remaining employees will be relocated. cities across the country forced to cancel fireworks shows this fourth of july again, but this year it is not because of covid. shipping and labor shortages are blocking the supply of pyrotechnics in some cities and wildfires make the dazzling display too risky for part of the southwest, but some communities like colorado and arizona are improvising. look at the screen, that is drones and some have laser displays, as well. a denver-based company coming to the rescue with synchronized light displays to bring in america's birthday. how about that? >> i love that. >> anything to celebrate america. >> indeed. >> thank you very much. ahead of those of those fourth of july celebrations, a number of beach towns are imposing curfews to crack down on summer crime among teenagers. in panama city, florida, at the
police chief blame social media for feeling the rowdiness saying it has become a large part of the problem. number one, it's a strain on resources when you have strangers able to send one message and now congregate in one area at one specific time period and a whole bunch of people show up. fox & friends enterprise reporter lawrence jones saw the out-of-control beaches earlier this spring break and he joins us right now. lawrence, the thing about the clarion call of social media, it is the fear of missing out. if they put on social media, it's the party of the summer. everybody's going to want to go. >> good morning, steve. it wasn't just last time, i have been covering spring break and summer break for a while. he's to do it all the time for hannity. although social media is the school that they use, it just appears to me that there is this culture of lawlessness. we are not talking about the normal spring break where you
just get drunk on the beach. there was a terrific segment, educating the public about the fentanyl. these kids are going out and doing a lot of drugs, drinking, and they are also taking over property that is not there. the break-ins and assault to go up. the cities want them to come there but then when they get there they allow these kids to get out of control. although social media may be the tool, if you were to take social media away, these kids will still find a way to host these parties. >> sure. a moment ago we were looking at walton county down in florida. the watercolor neighborhood. that is like fight club, setting up in the foyer of a for sale $8 million mansion. somebody put out on social media, there is going to be a big party at this time, and hundreds of people showed up. and they finally caught a number of the people.
but ultimately not only does it lead to death because they are drinking where there are drugs, it leads to fights and all sorts of trouble. >> that's exactly right. and parents, i know in many cases they are funding these kids' education. i think they should have a come-to-jesus moment with their kids or their young adults before they send them out there like that. i think -- i mean, some of the stuff i see every single year, and they are so intoxicated, they are so comfortable being on tv and just blacking out. back in the day, i would be scared of my mom and dad finding out. forget law enforcement, if my mom and dad find out i am acting a fool on the beach, i don't care what age, they would lose their cool. it just doesn't seem to be the case today. but, again, it's not just wild behavior. these kids' lives are at risk. they think they are extremity with drugs, the d.a. has already
said 50% of the drugs that are out there may be laced with fentanyl. that the huge problem for these young people and i don't know why we are soaps surprised that violence is going to go up when it's up all across the country. the fact that we thought it was just going to skip our young people after creating this culture of lawlessness, i think that's absurd. >> a big difference from back in the day when you get a six pack and go out to the lake to split it with your five friends. next thing you know you are home, but these days it just goes crazy. >> everybody wants to go viral. >> and they want something stronger than a six-pack. >> you've got a good point about that. catch lawrence on lawrence jones across the country, right here on this channel. have a great day. >> thanks, brother. you, too. >> president biden overseas getting some bad news from french president macron on his plan to ask saudi arabia for oil
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>> maybe we should step inside and not talk about this in front of the camera. >> we don't want the american people know the truth but it's amazing something fundamental and rudimentary, can they pump more oil? it is something that has to be whispered. he did react, has minority whip who hopes to be in the majority soon, congressman steve scalise. what about that exchange stands out? >> number one, it tells you that this idea of going to any of the country for a bailout on gas prices is not going to happen. the answer is right here in america. >> yet be briefed by the french president to know that? >> obvious of the people advising and have been wrong on everything. they are the people who said, don't worry if you are leaving afghanistan. the taliban won't take it over. 48 hours later, they had it. they also said it's going to fall to rest in a matter of
days. they are looking to push russia away. they've been wrong on everything. they are wrong on energy. but they're just anti-american energy and that's like people are paying $5 a gallon. it should be less than $2 and it was less than $2 just a few years ago. >> i'm horrified the president wouldn't know that stuff. because we spent trillions of dollars, it seems like, on intel, and yet what he said was the saudi playlists, uae, they are maxed out. kind of like our refineries are in this country. the president is suddenly surprised by that? he should know. why is he going to saudi arabia where they are going to say no if we already knew it? >> by the way, what is the carbon footprint of his trip connect they don't have solar panels on the wings. a foreign country to do something they're not going be able to do, they don't have the capacity, when we've got the energy here. but it's shut down because of joe biden's policy. people know that, he should know it, too. he should fire his advisors if
they're giving him bad advice. the problem is he is going to put these policies in place that have shut down production in america. burning jet fuel the big people to produce oil and are going to produce. >> didn't john kerry say, "i have to fly privately." because it's a different set of rules. >> what's happening behind the scenes as far as gas prices are a concern? do they even care about this or did he wanted to continue to go up so we buy electric cars we can't afford? >> they are on record over the last few years saying they want higher gas prices. biden as a candidate said he wanted to shut down bankrupt the fossil fuel industry. they don't want to drill in america. there is another quote by biden as a candidate. and during america and he's done it. now we see the price, families paying the price at the pump. it is painful and causing not only inflation but potentially recession. that's why when you go to the grocery store you're paying why they are, too. it's impacting on the other prices people are paying too much for her and there's no reason for. we can produce more barrels a
day if they discover the federal government out of the way, but they won't. >> it's fascinating because boris johnson is pushing to use some of that used her biodegradable fuels to feed people who are starving, and the president is pushing back against it because he wants alternative fuel. he's bringing about angola solar panels in a time in which gas and oil is $115 a barrel. >> everyone knows this was created by joe biden. >> there are permits sitting on their desk. partly funded multibillion-dollar politics creating jobs in america, american entity to help us, but biden will do it. >> what do you know about cassidy hutchinson and how much do you believe her testimony? what do you expect your republicans answer back if they are not at the hearings?
>> i've seen some of the excerpts. it looks like one more day of salacious headlines and already today we are seeing secret service agent saying it didn't happen. it was testified to in committee yesterday. this is why pelosi set this up from day one to be a partisan committee, a witch hunt to keep going after donald trump. not to get facts. she kicked republicans off the committee. she didn't want facts, they want to keep going after. they are focused on what we need to do to get the country back on track to lower gas prices and get inflation under control. to secure border. yesterday over 50 people is now the count who are dead that were in that 18-wheeler, suffocated from heat exhaustion because joe biden has got an open border. we just ran a story on the fentanyl deaths. over 100,000 young people died of gascon and other drug overdoses last year because of his open border. they don't want to fix any of this but the country, you go anywhere -- i've been in three states the last two days and what they are talking about, they are angry about the border
being open and angry about high gas prices. angry about all these things that joe biden and nancy pelosi want to dress. we will and i get the majority. >> thank you very much for stopping by. >> welcome back. >> we will see you on radio soon. >> looking forward to that. >> lets check in with our meteorologist for the fox weather forecast. he looks so pretty in your yellow! you match! >> we called each other. we actually have skip coming up with his pool accessories that we will talk about in the next hour, the let's talk about the gulf of mexico. this area of low pressure could develop over the next several days. regardless of if it gets anywhere and not we'll talk about heavy rain for texas and louisiana, mississippi, alabama, as we get into the weekend. this is a big deal because flash
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>> welcome back, everybody. the philadelphia stars will take on the birmingham stallions in the new usfl's first ever championship game this sunday on fox, the network, at 7:30. joining us now, the guys that have survived. the head coach, bart, and quarterback, case. welcome to both of you, congratulations. what is the greatest challenge in drafting this team, getting this team ready, and getting to the final schematic >> well, it's the process. the evaluations had to come quick. it is something that the guys i hired on my staff are used to
doing. they did a tremendous job in a short period of time. the scheme during training camp, getting that simplified is key also. >> case, for you, just to play, even with the giants and the raiders before. to have a chance to be the starting quarterback and play at this level, what do you get by being out there every day? >> it's been an awesome experience. it gives you a lot of opportunities play football again, and highly competitive guy so every time i can get out there and compete, super excited about it. we got the call, very excited and ready for the opportunity. >> in particular you played the stallions who basically were the ones who had home games all year long. this is the first being on a neutral playing field playing birmingham because every game was in there. what does it take to beat the stallions? >> all of these games have been
competitive and most of them have come down really to the last drive of the game, so we are excited to be able to face birmingham in this game, and we feel that we have earned our way here, and i know they have earned their way into this game. i think anything can happen in pro football. you sign example of that last week. we took on a team that was 9-1 and we came off the field with the win. >> new jersey generals. fox has an answer coming back for year number two. the ex-nfl will start again in the spring. regardless of how this game comes out, what is next for you? >> i've taken quite a few hits i'm going to rest up and ice up. first of all, i get married in july, july 14th, so i'm excited about that, but i'm excited about this league.
we got closer the season. so we'll be talking about hopefully maybe an nfl camp in there. but i think i always have a home here in the usfl. >> describe the level, if you would. if coach in the world league, you've coached all the way through almost every level. describe what it's like coaching this brand-new league. >> the level of play is very high. the deference point between college division one and the nfl is speed, and the usfl is just right there under the speed level of the nfl. so it's a very fast game, it's a very-hitting game. the guys are bigger, faster, and stronger, and it's a great level. >> 7:30. we will see you sunday, july 3rd. congratulations. good luck against the stallions. "fox & friends" final hour starts next, soon.
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with guns and badges. >> now they want him fired from his speaking position at george washington university. >> i went to law school with him. he's been a person of grievance from as long as i known him. [ indiscernible ] ♪ ♪ >> when you're think being a highway in jacksonville, you're thinking of i-95. right now, 78 degrees but the humidity in jacksonville is 86%. if you will go out today, go out now. later on today they will hit 91. it's going to be a warm day. it's going to be a typical florida day in the summer in jacksonville.
mostly sunny. >> brian spends lot of time in jacksonville. i found out too, i went to an event on memorial day in jacksonville at the stadium. building brand new practice facility there and four seasons. >> we're working out my book schedule where i will go and sign books. i'm going to jacksonville. you told me the audience there loves fox news. >> right. >> they like brian. they showed up in droves to meet you. >> if they can have the four seasons built by the time you get there -- >> that will be nice. this is where i will stay for the next book. >> right now it's just one season in florida. it's summer. two minutes after the top of the hour. president biden border policies under intense scrutiny after the the deaths of 51 migrants in san antonio. the victims of a human smuggling operation found in the back of
an 18 wheeler abandoned in the heat when it was over 100 degrees. >> we're learning so much information. we're hearing they did catch, who was driving that truck? >> three people have been arrested. good morning. 51 dead. teenagers among the victims, 11 fighting for their lives. let me show you something. let's go to our drone shot. right behind me, this is about 15 or 16 mostly single adult males from venezuela. they are being processed. they were walking up to our live shot here, not just minutes ago. they are here because they believe they seen a very good chance of being released and no one will come and look for them. not i.c.e. no one will deport them. that's why they keep coming.
yesterday in response to that tragedy, president biden issuing a statement saying this, my administration will continue to do everything possible to stop human smugglers and traffickers from taking advantages of people seeking the united states between ports of industry. there has never been more people seeking to come in between the ports of entry. we have showed these pictures over and over. more than 7000 migrants come from just where i am. the white house spokeswoman had this to say yesterday. >> the matter is the boredders closed. which is in part you see people trying to make this dangerous journey, using smuggling that works. our hearts go out to the families at this time. we are going to stay focused on the facts and making sure that we hold these smugglers accountable. >> reporter: well, the facts show, images like this, a group
of 300 to 400, they come every single day. there was a time when i was down on the border, we got a group of 100. border official said that's stunning. representative tony gonzalez who represented this area in san antonio says, all of this didn't have to happen. listen. >> this crises absolutely could have been prevented. it would have been prevented if one, we secured the border. we implement the policies that are in place. you just enforce the laws. >> reporter: now, as d.h.s. continues the investigation, we hope to get more information today. governor greg abbott will come here to update not only the tragedy but the situation at the border. interesting number that i was pursuing yesterday from d.h.s.
and cbp and how many border migrant death have occurred this fiscal year. that information is not publicly available. fox news confirmed at least in this sector, del rio, there's been 124 so far. 71 due to exposure. that means heat exhaustion. we see it every single day. >> griffe, we were talking about this a while ago, that truck that the 50 plus people died in, it looked like it was a refrigerated truck. as it turns out, the smuggling ring cloned it. they knew what an actual truck registered to the department of transportation looked like. they painted it exactly to look like the same truck. they apparently put a dummy refrigeration unit on to look like one, but it wasn't. how often do people see those
cloned trucks? >> reporter: well, they see it all the time. because the cartels have a very high-level of sophistication and -- what they trying to do is secondary checkpoints. once you across the border, they still have secondary checkpoints 100 miles north of the border. they got to get around that. there was no water available. there was no air-conditioning in this truck. you really have to get to the point of why would these migrants knowing that can be the case, they could endure immense suffering, why would they play roulette with their lives? it's because the increasing number of those who gone before them, successfully made it. they feel they stand a good chance, if they can survive, they will be let loose in the united states. that is what is driving the pull
factor as border officials call it here. >> it shows how big this operation is. they are taking trucks to make them look, they are painting it the outside to make them look like truck from that alamo trucking company in south texas. they are placing fake tags on the trucks. if you run the numbers it trace these tags back to this guy. his son-in-law says that is not my father-in-law car. that number goes back to the volvo. they are using people license tag numbers. this operation is huge. these drug cartels and these smugglers make so much money bringing these people over the border. >> steve: this administration is totally at fault. they have ignored the border. they ignored title xlii. people think because it's fair and they are adhering to. it's not happening. they will remain in mexico. even though a court say you got to leave it there, they are not adhering to it.
they stopped building the wall. any parent with a child allowed in the country, you don't think once they get here, say this is the time of deportations of people already here. they released one million people in our country. when word comes out that you can come to the best country in the the world and stay and not be deported and get a good welcome in basket when you arrive including fresh clothing and cell phone, a place to live, school to go to, you can call and send for your parents eventually. this is the time. the president instead of answering, he ignores it making it all worse. >> greg abbott says these deaths are on biden. that takes you to this holding up the paper. sorry. the new york post today on biden's hands.
>> here's the governor. >> he said, he is doing everything possible to stop human smuggling. that's a lie. he dismantled i.c.e. he has eliminated all the border security efforts that was put in place by president trump. it was just year and a half ago we had the most secured border in decades. today we have the worst human smuggling problem than ever before. these people that lost their lives, they did so because president biden has empowered and emboldened the cartels to do what you saw happen. it's a tragedy that will stop until biden enforce the laws passed by congress and the united states of america. in let's go -- >> let's go back a custom years. remember the outrage from the mainstream media over donald trump kids in cages. nonetheless, he was the president at the time when we
saw those. can you imagine if 50 migrants died on donald trump's watch. they died on this administration's and the way they are handling everything griffe detailed it perfectly about how they are the checkpoints 100 miles in, the state governments are doing everything they can. but the federal government has a different stance. that is essentially, to process them all, let them in and here we are. 50 people who dreamed of living in the united states. joe biden said don't come but you can come. they are dead. >> don't worry the vice president is in charge of the border. everything is going to work out. she's probably on it now. she didn't release a statement yesterday. may be she's talking to kids about space. >> the president talked about the tragedy. he was praying for the families from nato. you're right. she should have made a statement. >> of course, it will be pointless, it will be important to say something.
>> she's from california. there were lot of questions whether or not she and joe biden wanted to defund or reimagine the police. out in west hollywood, crime is up 137%. it's more than doubled compared from february this year compared to february of last year. still, they have voted in a 3-2 vote to cut some of the sheriff's deputies. the budget for the next two years. they allocated money. they cut five l.a. county sheriff's deputies on patrol there. they are replacing them with block by block staff members who are unarmed. >> let's examine that. we know they are deep on the police thing, it's part of the agenda for progressive activists. okay, congratulations. it's particularly, if you're an opponent of the sheriff out there, alex villaneuva, this is
a big win for you. if you lived in west hollywood, they are taking men, women in uniform with guns off the streets and they are replacing them with unarmed security ambassadors. they say, the people in our neighborhoods want to see people on foot patrol. may be that's true. i think if you see somebody who is safety ambassador, security ambassador, you would like them armed just in case there's trouble. she says this is a good idea. she voted to defund the sheriff's deputy. here she is at the city council meeting on monday night. >> prioritizing people safety doesn't just mean people with guns and badges on the street. we have to find another way to keep our residents safe and to address safety and quality of life issues in a way that is
affordable. >> somebody else on the panel said, most of the residents and businesses have heard from are opposed to cutting the sheriff's budget. they are outraged from outside the city are dictating to counsel how to run the city. >> this is the mayor speaking. >> yeah. >> i would think it's fascinating to see. they do have extra money in the budget. they are taking $14,000 and giving to the russian arts festival. lot of people wondering what is russian art like. >> they increased to $14,000, new budget is $50,000. >> now, we finally can find out in west hollywood what russian art looks like. >> crime is up 137%. we're removing officers but we're giving more money to a russian art festival, meanwhile,
russia is invading ukraine and killing thousands of people. >> can't wait to go to west hollywood and look at those easels and admire the russian art. >> good morning to you all. i got an update on that deadly train crash on, amtrak train crash. the derailment in missouri. death toll is four. he's a member of of troop that immediately took action to stave -- save lives. >> i took over and i knew what to do. we were just getting people out of win toes. i carried couple of kids in my arms. we were just running around doing as much as we could. >> eli's father said his son
also comforted the driver of the dump truck that collided with the train who ultimately died at the scene. round-up of primary result. congressman lee zelldon will face kathy hochul. in illinois, darryn bailey has clinched the gop nomination. he's up against democrat j.p. pritzker. donna mcdonnell is confident that a red wave is coming. >> it's a common sense issue. crime is a big issue. all of these things are moving voters to the republican party as they are watching the democrats become more and more extreme. >> primary races will run through september before at the general election, which is on november 8th. amateur golfer made a 250-yard
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but, a unanimous vote is required. turkey has been holding them up. they are done with that. president biden is celebrating this as part of a larger u.s. pivot towards europe. >> today, i'm announcing the united states will enhance our posture in europe. we'll continue to adjust our posture based on the threat and close consultation with our allies. >> reporter: he blames putin for high gas prices in the state and had been hoping gulf partners could may be drill more, but on the way here, the french president told him, they are pretty tapped out. [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: that private conversation shows the leaders
can talk about transition to green energy. in the meantime, it's challenging to bring gas prices down. >> we've got the energy here but it's shut down because of joe biden's policies. people know that. he should know it too. he should fire his advisors. he's the one who put these peoples in place that have shut off production in america. he's got to fly air force one all over the world, burning jet fuel to beg people to produce oil that they will not produce from. >> something else they are doing here in spain trying a new strategic framework. basically, nato's rule of the road. it's been more than a decade. the text they got is mostly about afghanistan and what to do there and how to approach jihadist. peter, thank you very much so much for joining us.
here with his reaction to president biden on the world stage is fox news contributor douglas murray. good morning. what is your reaction to that conversation that our president had with macron about the uae and the saudi being tapped out. they are maximum production of oil? >> several things very important interesting about this. the first is what macron himself said. president biden has been hoping this last ditch saving of his energy policy and he can persuade saudi arabia, the uae and other arab oil producing companies to increase production of oil. what president macron says, no. it can't be done. i spoken to the head of the uae. i spoken to him. he said it can't be done. not only can they not do it, the saudis can't do it now.
they have at maximum production. will be six months down the road before any increase in production can happen. that's the first thing. first thing that was interesting is what macron said to biden. i think there's something else. the way in which he said. if you look at this video, macron is trying to make this really simple for president biden. president biden you can see is standing there, trying to take it in, but this is not a dialogue between two equal world leader. it like somebody prepping somebody they know isn't on top of the issue. no wonder president macron thinks that. no wonder other world leaders might think that. >> why would macron know this information and our own president wouldn't. our president talks to him, he said, now what, let's have a conversation away from the cameras is what he's saying. i don't want america to know
that i didn't know this or they are tapped out, i'm going to get more pressure to produce oil in our own country. here's what i don't get. he wants to produce oil in other country and telling them to produce more. he won't do it in our own country because of the environment. we share the same environment. why don't he increase jobs here? that would drive our gas prices down. >> reporter: this is all a consequence of the short-term policy. in terms of energy, like so many other things, the short-term of trying to shut down production in the u.s. we've seen what it leads to. we've seen it leads to russia, for instance, being able to effectively blackmail the rest of the world. we tried to get around it, low and behold the last ditch attempt we have to get around it like using increased production in the arab nation, doesn't work or can't work in time.
this is a demonstration of the short-term of this administration energy policy. it's not just about this. it's about other issues to deal with energy. outsourcing carbon emissions to china and much more. it's a mess. no wonder the rest of the world is worried about it. >> douglas, thank you so much for your perspective. coming up, hillary clinton throwing supreme court shade at her former classmate, justin clarence thomas, following the ruling of roe v. wade. >> i went to law school with him. he's been a person of grievance for as long as i've known him. resentment, grievance, anger. >> clay travis is going to weigh in on that next. trelegy for copd. [coughing] ♪ birds flyin' high, you know how i feel. ♪ ♪ breeze driftin' on by... ♪ if you've been playing down your copd,...
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>> i went to law school with him. he's been a person of grievance for as long as i've known him. resentment, grievance, anger. >> hillary clinton making it known how she feels about justice clarence thomas, they went to school together once upon a time. the far left rages over the high court abortion ruling on roe v.
wade. >> meanwhile, gw law school where justice thomas teaches refusing to cave to students. debate is the an essential part of our university academic educational mission. we affirm the right of all member of our communities to voice their opinions. >> here to react with his opinion, we paid for right to get it, clay travis. clay, isn't that good that g.w. is going to let him keep his job? >> yeah. i'm a g.w. alum undergrad not law school. good for george washington. they blew it couple of weeks ago guys, by removing the word colonial as its moniker because it had too much connection to colonialism. even though george washington led the colonial army which fought against the british. which mean we were out the
colonist on the good size of history. this was the right school. the idea that a professor, certainly one who is on the supreme court, would not be worthy of being able to teach at any law school in the country, is absolutely and absurd. g.w. got this right as young lawyers it's important for young lawyers to be exposed to all sorts of different opinions and learn how to reconcile a variety of different arguments whether you are a originalist like clarence thomas is or a contextualist who pay attention to the text of the constitution. all of these are huge parts of the legal education and g.w. stood up to the woke cancel mob here and allowing clarence thomas to continue to teach. i do wonder if he weren't on the supreme court, would he have that same level of support from the university and other universities and law school. we don't know.
i think this the right precedent that the university is settinger from a law school perspective. >> right, at the same time, 7000 students and people in the area signed that petition because they didn't like him. he made them angry. you know, clay -- >> this is ridiculous. >> as we hear from hillary clinton, wouldn't you like to hear clarence thomas and his recollections of hillary clinton back in school? [ laughter ] >> that's a really funny question. first of all, it was 50 years ago that they were in law school. hillary clinton is 75, clarence thomas is 75 almost. we're not talking about people who graduated from law school five years ago. whatever her opinion of what was of him 50 years ago, seems very irrelevant. the thing that is more relevant to me what justice sotomayor
said about clarence thomas recently he knows your name. and everybody inside the court deeply respects and likes him. that's the story that should be getting way more attention. hillary is engaging this trope which has become very common. if you look at what lori lightfoot said and variety of left wing politicians. they are not really attacking justice alito who wrote the opinion. he said that amy barrett was a paralegal. which is interesting. he went after the one minority in majority here. now 2 see justice thomas getting attacked the only black gyro signed on this opinion. like hillary clinton all over the democratic process. here is what's going on with the democratic party. they are going and women and they are going after minorities,
which if this were occurring on other side, will be examples of systemic, sexism and racism and it will be unacceptable. i think hillary clinton is broken. i think donald trump broke her in the 2016 in the presidential election. she made herself look really bad with those comments about clarence thomas. it's weak and it's pathetic. >> clay travis, thank you so much. >> thank you guys. have a great day. >> coming up, the first quarter gdp crossing right now. it's worse than predicted. dana perino is here to break it down for us.
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♪♪ >> we were waiting for the number. here it is. they are releasing its first quarter gdp revealing 1.6% drop in consumption. that is worse than expected. a key indicator of a potential recession ahead. >> meanwhile, as gas prices are hovering around $5 a gallon, we spoke to one gas station ceo looking to provide some relief for everyone this holiday weekend by slashing costs to under $4. >> we just thought it was a good opportunity to provide some relief. we know it's difficult. with the timing of the fourth of july weekend, lot of people wanting to travel. we thought this was a gate opportunity. we know it has a big impact. we see it ourselves. people have to spend more on
gas. it's difficult for everyone. >> we're doing something about it. we want insight. that's why we brought in "america's newsroom" co-anchor. she's busy. >> i participated in a special. yes. >> you're down playing -- dana, when i think of the economy -- politically what does it mean to the president? we're not in a recession yet. >> 1.6% growth. not great. they would say, you may remember what the administration's line was the sunday before last. recession is not inevitable. they'll be able to say, see, we told you. it's 1.6% growth. talking to people out and about in the suburbs, if you have to -- kids are now out of school. you got camps you got to go to
or grocery store at least twice a week. all of that adds up. >> brian was asking you about politically. the democrats would november will be about january 6th and about abortion. when the kitchen table issues are the price of chicken and gas is $5, that's what you vote on. >> it's interesting, you say that. i've been thinking over the weekend, trying to read all the stuff and letting it marinate. i do think that democrats trying to hide their economic failures by focusing on cultural issues they think are in their favor. republicans trying to say, let's focus on economic failure. when it comes out -- i do think that every day expenses, inflation, those things are going to matter most.
that's always at the top of the list. however, in tight districts where you have really close races and may be in those suburban districts and you have lot of republicans trying to flip democrat seats back to republican hands, those might get little bit tougher, perhaps, it's depending on how this shakes out. >> let's talk about your fox nation special. "american dynasty." you have been assigned to the bush family. >> this is a pretty neat series. anybody watched the gilded age? >> i loved it. >> lot of those families pass on through the years. sometimes they decided to run in politics and serve that way. the bushes are different. i know that george h.w. and barbara bush will blush about the idea they are include. they never thought of themselves
as a dynasty. one of the reasons, the kennedy family, joe kennedy had a map and he would say, this child is going to do this, unfortunately they lost one of their sons in world war ii. that was a son that was supposed to be the president of the united states and then it went to john f. kennedy jr. after his passing. you had like a whole plot. the bushes would say, we never had a plan. public service was really important part of it was was humility and gratitude. >> he was senator bush. >> such big family. so many have gone into politics. >> they don't like to be called a dynasty. i like history programs like this. >> what do you think of "gilded age." >> i can't get enough. i loved it. >> what's coming on the channel in exactly 12 minutes? >> we have lieutenant governor dan patrick from texas.
we are expecting a supreme court decision on that mexico decision. jo o'day will take on michael bennett. he has 100% voting record with joe biden. you know dr. seigel. if you happen to know somebody with diabetes, you want to pay attention to this. then jack keane on president's trip to madrid as russia ramps up the war. >> you want to talk nato? >> that's something that excites me. >> it's so exciting about that, now they're in nato, they can help us in the arctic. >> the russians are taking it. terrific. we'll be watching. >> thanks for having me. >> now it's time for news with carly. >> good morning. it is sentencing day for sing were and convicted sexual
predator r. kelly. after a jury found him guilty, the 55-year-old faces to up life in prison. federal prosecutors are pushing for a punishment of more than 25 years to the crime. a state of emergency in southern austria, two people are dead after two rivers burns their banks causing mudslides. at least two others are missing in a town near the border. more than 7000 are without electricity. local media reports some people are trapped this their homes in areas where the roads are currently washed out. in san diego people wondering what is going on. multiple floating lights were seen off the coast on monday. it can be seen across the border in tijuana, mexico but the mystery is now over. the coast guard telling a local news outlet the lights are flares fired from a ship during
a military exercise. those are your headlines. >> although, they did look like those drones that you showed earlier in the show. >> that's right. the patriotic drones >> i've been in informed by any dad that double eagle is under par and not four. >> we all make mistakes, honey. don't worry about it. >> except me. >> brian is perfect, carly. once you get used to that, you'll be okay. >> joe looks like the people in the largest town in massachusetts. >> brian never makes a mistakes or fills his coffee. >> 12 seconds in. >> coming up straight ahead, the best pools it to soak up the sun all summer long. we're going to dive in.
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>> lucy florida. >> and to school. >> okay. >> excellent >> high pop on me me i love you. >> you did amazing let's take a look at the map's show you what's happening in new york it's beautiful but we've got a lot of flights you know it at great guys over 700 delays in over 400 cancellations unfortunately got the worst all is happening in atlanta, georgia, new york city even though it is gorgeous here today we do not have any weather to worry about we are watching the only area of low pressure into mexico this could develop into something we are watching part regardless whether or not it gets to name it means heavy rainfall for texas louisiana alabama's is they had lives will be following with foxweather.com. all right you guys a lot you want to go over and say i do all the people in the pool. >> while they are in pool renown. >> will, overall, over. >> okay summertime means pool season and then what a better place to talk about polls than
inside a pool without water. >> that's right were diving into this one kind of the san juan polls and skip he brought one of the san juan polls by a couple years ago. but this is new because they actually have used a 3d printer, a gigantic want to make it. >> it's amazing the new technology guys is normally taken molds and wooden plastic and rubber and it makes takes months to take them they can now print any size pool they have here in a matter of days a 3d printer the best part is it's completely recyclable so when it's done gets put into a shredder and reuse those plastic pellets of these guys are like the innovators they've been in business 65 years their family business here in america and all their polls are made here in the country. >> this is the jacuzzi this is where -- >> this is the baja beach -- >> i'm sorry -- i just showing people what you can do. -- >> lay back on the bh hang out
get a tan -- >> half your body's in the latter your body gets lists on. >> in the water spills over the stairs and mixing here so you can walk out the ramp for the steps. >> will i just love this pool area at this picture right here is what it looks like. >> and i like this, the where's the glass. -- >> see the san juan people told me to do the glass tube because if you live on the beach you go about because of your backyard and still see the ocean. speaker you can install it inground or aboveground. >> where the drinks! i just need the drinks. >> that was last hour. >> you know the parens lobe of the gradual entries because when you have children then they can play up here and it's not really -- >> yeah where it's dry and it's not very -- where they can play in the water -- >> the best part about the print
as they can make it any shape they want so they can do. -- >> is it easier to get your own custom fold. >> it really is because you can still get installations now for the wall where my get a euro to to get a pool company's list right now. >> might cross the street neighbors, ed and linda, had this installed and it's a one day deal. >> you can get these installed in one day and have a ready operated pool you can never do that with a concrete pool. >> so we could take this on a flatbed trailer out to one of our homes and have it installed by this time. >> are you hinting at something steve. >> is a hidden message. >> i just don't know how this will go across the george washington bridge. >> them i guess i'll have to put it in my apartment. >> that actually brought all the way from florida. >> it's the world's largest fiberglass pool company they set them all over the world so that's amazing stuff they do and they wanted to be the innovators
for anyone to read a principle but nobody made a machine big enough so they had to build their own machine and now they have a company that does that and that is alpha additive.com so now with all of additive.com they're making their own printers launch format that can print anything they could brought the city bus that is actually the slot they are. >> we could fill this pool? >> well we could not fill the pool i want to live the water ready seek and see the whole bottom and how it works the express amount of. >> we could do to have time to do that stuff. >> i was again to get you guys in the pool there was water in. >> there you go. >> all right so check it all out at skip fedele.com now meanwhile the same spot we got what's going on. >> that's exactly right this friday lindsay ell is going to take the fox stage for the all-american summer concert
series. get your free vip tickets are now on "fox & friends".com. >> nickens of the thermoset statistics to gate because she has a jacket. >> good, god. so join us friday everyone. [cheering] ♪ ♪ >> bombshell testimony now called into question secret service agents disputing new allegations about january 6 and we are told they are willing to go on the record. >> dana: good morning of dana perino and bill's office week of morning jillian. >> this is julian former white house aide serves as the star witness yesterday star hearing. >> included is a secondhand and his driver and attempt to go to the capital during the riot periods are is now tells fox news to
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