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>> i'm honored to join you as the first-ever fourth of july freedom rally as we pay tribute to those who are proud to serve our nation in uniform. you shed your blood. you've poured your love and you bare your soul in defense of our country, our people and our great american plan. >> this is a guy who shows so much respect in so much admiration for people who wore the uniform. >> my administration will support and defend the men and women in uniform. >> he has gone the extra mile to wander people.
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the rest is melting down. >> the fake media is trying to silence us. though we will not let them. i am president as they are not. [cheers and applause] have a wonderful independence day. god bless you. god bless our nation's veterans. god bless the united states of america. ♪ pete: you are waking up on this july 2nd, a muggy, hot fourth of july weekend. thanks to daylight savings time, the lights are already on. i tried to go to bed last night a last night a decent hour into the show. it's like 9:00 at night.
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what's going on in this world? abby: you hate daylight savings. train to the rest of us love summer because you want to go to bed at 7:00 in the morning show. clayton: i watch golden girls and i go to bed. abby: you love golden girls. if you guys aren't awake yet, hopefully now you are. pete: yesterday i got a treat to sit pete, clayton, can you just move out of the way. abby: love you guys. happy independence day weekend. we hope you'll celebrate with us and sadness in your home photos of how you are celebrating, how you are proud american country. #proud american. yesterday i did get a patriotic cat photo. i sent it to her producers. they refuse to run it. they refuse. were you guys refusing to unpatriotic cat shows on our
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show? there is a cap bias on the show. clayton: i love dogs, too. what about the cats? abby: we should just send every cat photo you have. pete: friends@fox news. transport is a patriotic weekend. the president in a number of rallies. he was in washington d.c. in the middle of the swamp bring in a message of independence and freedom in talking about our veterans that this d.c. rally yesterday. he was fired up and took some shots at the media. take a listen. >> these american heroes risked everything so you and i could live in freedom. they gave all they had, everything for their comrades, their country in for victory. they like winning. we like winning, don't we? i like you all in all of our incredible wounded barriers to
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know -- four years to know that you have an entire nation of 200 million people behind us and our nation is getting strong again. do you notice. >> veterans accountability they've been trying to do it for 40 years. you couldn't fire somebody if they were horrible doing a terrible job for the veterans, dropping from the ceiling, hurting people. and now you can say you're fired. pete: you probably won't hit the single covered in most places. the focus he has put, the bill passed in the attention he's getting to this issue really has revived hopes in the veteran community that the va can work. it's not fixed yet, but the focus and attention gives an opportunity to get fixed. what is the ever coverage look like? abby: matches because the president focused on it, but it's such an important issue for this nation right now. you would think that's what they would want to focus on. but, no.
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trade for one of the headlines from the other networks as trump attacks media at freedom event. you wonder why. abby: media loves to talk about it. clayton: he attacked them or challenge them at the event on his plane on the way there. they must have wi-fi on air force one. he was tweeting on air force one likely on the way to the event. the fake and fraudulent news media is working hard to convince republicans and others that i should not use social media. remember, i won a 2016 election with interviews and speeches and social media. i had to be fake news and day. we will continue to win. and the stories began the last few months at the candidacy he was holding those facebook life events. tens of thousands of people tuning in to see what he was singing around the mainstream media, would have their own narrative. he was able to put the cameras right there and actually talk
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about it. he talked about yesterday taking on the fake media at this event. listen. >> the fake media is trying to silence us, but we will not let them. [cheers and applause] because the people know the truth. the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house, but i am president and they are not. [cheers and applause] their agenda is not your agenda. you've been saying it that i will never stop fighting for you. i am delivering on trade, on the economy, on the supreme court, on the second amendment, on the military for veterans. abby: the media just doesn't cover at the way they should. a lot of critics say you were president now, you've got to be presidential. your commander-in-chief.
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on twitter you said the use of social media is not presidential. it is modern-day presidential. make america great again. pete: he feels like twitter is going to fight back against it. his ability to expose them as part of his ability to advance what he believes in. if anything, he will have a legacy of things he's already achieved. the fact is exposed fake media for who they are and the agenda they have. when you read page eight of the philly "new york times," there's an article about a canadian comedy used to deconstruct trump to deconstruct triumph. there is no land. they will find a new angle. abby: but he knows that. clayton: you know what, you're right. abby: heat-treated about it yesterday. i wonder how many retreats and likes compared to the others. trade for if you look at the mainstream media at these approval ratings for the president, the president was a big fan of bolstering the campaign.
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he would look at these polls and rattle them off all the time. you could spend one way or the other. this new poll shows how the media is trying to spin a new approval rating and doesn't show when a reflection on itself because the new pullout in "usa today" shows president trump's favorable ratings are 40%. the news media is one of the stories here. the news media has mentioned in this poll and it's totally left out by the mainstream media. they dropped to 36%. abby: didn't even mention it. they'll like to talk about themselves when they look good. train for the glenn brush tweet about it said the suffolk u.s.a. poll shows better for trump, but we need to go into the cross tabs of the pdf of the poll to pull out the data about the media. nowhere in the "usa today" article. by the way, trump was more popular than we are. people have been exposed to this
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year we are selling. >> but also congress 18%. >> we don't even talk about congressional approval rating anymore. >> there actually some viruses that have approval rating in congress. >> that should be a wake-up call to them. that audience right there is your audience. that is the american people. i mean, maybe it's time you focus on issues that matter most. if you report on what the president is talking about. whether you like them or not, that is your job to be fair and balanced and give the people what they deserve. clayton: the philly "new york times," dayton is obese least about the constitution this morning i open it up as they often do unfortunately and they haven't annotated copy of the constitution inside its editorial pages. so you open it up. it's behind the coupons.
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maybe i will hang this up on my wall. i don't really know. the whole constitution and basically democrats and media types commenting on what the founders were really singing. the front you've got george washington and donald trump. the idea is that once was george washington, ben alex donald trump. he trashed our constitution. this is the same "new york times" that never figured out what the constitution means anyway. >> this sunday only in the paper we are bringing a special session that celebrates one of america's most important founding doc commands. learn what the country's operating manual written the time of george washington can tell us about the age of donald trump. so here's some other headlines. this is what they say about it themselves. maybe call into question their understanding of the constitution. >> these are the editorial pages.
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>> should the president's words matter in court. in general the case of trump's travel ban except the supreme court came up nine to nothing on that point. the supreme court and say preposterous legal claim and makes a powerful defense of obamacare. the last one commended from across the pond the u.s. should consider monarchy. abby: wow. reverend jerry powell junior was found with judged in the last sentence of the president does the competition better than anyone. here's what he said. >> all about religious liberty, god. he's interested in defending the liberty of christians, not just muslims. i never heard a single liberal attack any muslim church for not having weddings and for not honoring women and is. but this president has gone the extra mile to honor people of
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faith. i would appreciate when the left is pelting down, it's incredible to watch are they still haven't gotten over how donald trump one. pete: i was listening to that. at least in the annotated copy this is freedom of religion. so it does say other than here. clayton: they do have some good july 4th sales and coupons. abby: do want to bring in some other headlines. challenging china's military in the south china sea. now confirming the u.s. has failed by nearly one of the islands effectively claims made by the island sailing close to the island signal to the u.s. it does not recognize china's growing military aggression in the region. this is the second time under president trump the pentagon has done this. the fourth of july weekend in chicago, 20 people were shot
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including a 13-year-old boy. so far three people died. the trump administration has said atf agents to chicago help stop the violence and curb the gang activity. 27 states are now refusing a card to the trump administration. a special commission requesting the data to investigate possible voter fraud during the 2016 election. numerous states are refusing to give information to the very voter fraud panel. what are they trying to hide? they have until july 14th. some headlines we are following. tree into the mainstream media repeatedly told you agencies agreed that russia hacked the election. two months ago our next guest flat out said that was a lie. >> with only three intelligence agencies. pete: i remember that segment. why did it takes a lot for the press to tell you the truth.
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briathe customer app willw if be live monday. can we at least analyze customer traffic? can we push the offer online? brian, i just had a quick question. brian? brian... legacy technology can handcuff any company.
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but "yes" is here. you're saying the new app will go live monday?! yeah. with help from hpe, we can finally work the way we want to. with the right mix of hybrid it, everything computes. >> i looked at this assessment carefully and found some disturbing things. this is only three intelligence agencies. the russian said it was not coordinated with all intelligence agencies. i was an intelligence community community for a long time. the best way to skew an assessment as to limit the number of players. pete: those former cia analyst fred flights. i remembered that vividly. the margin of 17 agencies agreed russia hacked election. now "the new york times" and they are backtracking on the
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reports, we ask why did it take so long for the press to tell the truth. fred fleitz joins us. thank you for being here. remember reading your op-ed and a couple days later you came on the program related out clearly that the fine print show this is not an assessment of all 17. first of all, why did you sort of discovered that? why is it important what does it mean? >> there were certain procedures to write an assessment like this. all intelligence agencies are supposed to weigh in. we found out from former director of national intelligence clapper a hand-picked group of 12 analysts wrote this. that's extraordinary. the cia or hundreds of experts should have had a hand in this. one final thing we discovered after i was on the show before, we learn from fbi director comey that the conclusion of this assessment that russia intervenes specifically to help trampling isn't based on a piece
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of intelligence. that means the group of analysts who were chosen through some mysterious process, this is their opinion. pete: that's amazing. i know you always have to make assessments based on limited information. what does it tell you in a narrow down the number of people involved? would you limit the number of agencies or people? >> i don't use this word lightly. i think the assessment was. it was rigged to come up with the most negative possible and come up with the conclusion that the obama white house and the mainstream media. from my point of view i can see this any other way. pete: that is a powerful charge. there's information russia was attempting to meddle in our election, but they need to go to the next level and prove our government has found it. you think a small circle of individuals that we will have an ironclad document against a talking point to the left. >> i think that's does russia
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attack in some way? i don't discount that, but did russia intervened to help trampling? there's no evidence to that. but the key democratic talking point and something fabricated by intelligence agents to heard mr. trump or the obama administration and pro-obama intelligence officials. pete: that's as bad as it gets if that is true. real quick, why did it take so long for the near times to figure this out and retract it? >> if you read "new york times" reporting that they've always known this. last january they did specify that this was actually the assessment of only three agencies. they seem to stay silent the last few months. the evidence this analysis is a sham has been building and building at "the new york times" and the ap decided to back away from it. pete: powerful stuff. thanks for doing your homework and the fairly "new york times" really is fake news.
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we appreciate it. coming up, 25 democrats passing a democrats passing a bill that deems president trump mentally unstable. are they the ones acting responsibly? a lot of great american movies out there, but which ones are the most patriotic? our own kevin mccarthy is hearing is going to tell us next. earn 1% cash back when you buy, and 1% as you pay. double means double.
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and you can only stream on two devices at once. this is fun, we're having fun. yeah, we are. no, you're not jimmy. don't let directv now limit your entertainment. xfinity gives you more to stream to more screens. pete: welcome back. quick headlines for you. an arrest is made in the violent shooting inside an arkansas nightclub that injured 20 people could rekey hampton, the rapper performing that night was just arrested with another man while performing in birmingham, alabama. the shooting unleashing panic. 25 people total were shot.
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i'm sure more details will emerge on that story. a new york shot and killed a hospital identified. tracey campbell is covering one of her coworkers shift when she was gunned down. the shooter smacking an air 15 killing one person and wounding six others before taking his own life. abby. abby: thank you, p. july 4th is that when feeling patriotic. dream for fox news contributor, kevin mccarthy has some pics for you in a pretty awesome suit. you are going to the theater to see because you might want to see wonder woman. these are ones you want to stay home and watch. >> yakima good morning to you. i'm 33 are sold where a suit on national television. by the way, i mean tucker carlson's studio and this is pretty awesome. there's an upgrade in front of me with tucker's face on it. abby: that's a little scary.
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pete: i need to get one of those. that's creepy. >> i'm going to steal it. turn for the first movie on the list is the sandlot. >> listen, so many great patriotic films. patton, lone survivor, a million great films over the years. these are my personal favorites. number five is the sandlot. we've been growing up in it speaks to america's favorite pastime. there's so many classic themes than this. you're killing me smalls, the s'mores seen. been running with the pf flyers sign. pete: oil in a lotion and, motioning and oiling. >> wendi peppercorn when he gets the case after fake drowning. i love that scene so much. transfer what is number four? >> i'm going to go to petri it. it's about a father avenging his
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sons does with heath ledger and jason isaac feared mel gibson has made some incredible war films obviously. also, we were soldiers. a great film last year called hacksaw bridge. if you haven't seen that one can check it out as well. the patriot is an incredibly well-made film. >> one of my favorite movies, saving private ryan major list. >> no question. i've spoken to many people and they say this is the most realistic battles they've ever seen displayed on film, specifically about world war ii. the opening 20 minutes of this film really makes me cry. this entire film, the score, the music, tom hanks, everybody, even vin diesel is in this movie. a great cast. i loved it, one of the best movies of all time. abby: speaking a a great cast, get off my plane.
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>> let's pause for this epic sound bite. watch this. ♪ >> get off my plane. pete: you don't have to watch it because you don't know how it's going to end. han solo and indiana jones playing the president of the united states of america. it does not get better than that. i want to see more films for the president is kicking. and gary is great in the movie. >> harrison ford's flying skills. you might not want to be on his plane. >> number one on his list. and you're going to pick this one. >> listen, there is no question this is arguably one of the greatest. there is no question. that sounds like an oxymoron, but there's no question this is one of the greatest presidential speeches ever given in a movie. take it away, bill pullman.
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>> there is a day when they declare we will not go quietly into the night. we will not finish without a fight. we are going to live on. we are going to survive. today, we celebrate our independence day. abby: seems appropriate. july 2nd is world uso days. >> by producers had to tell me, what does that mean? great movie choice, kevin. >> thank you for a match. if you want a treat, let me know what your favorite teacher at elements. the wonderful rest of the weekend. go see baby driver and the execs. two best films right now. baby driver is awesome. pete: rivaling with wonder woman. abby: you are looking smashing today. >> i'm feeling it.
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♪ having a parking lot party ♪ abby: that was friday out here in our lot. lieber is taking the stage for our all-american concert series. what you may be missed was this. [cheers and applause] pete: sometimes when the cameras not necessarily live, this is lee brice given what his fans fans, 11-year-old madison one of his guitars after he performed. turns out it was her first concert ever. abby: she will never forget that. it wasn't over yet. the two met backstage. madison is now determined to
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learn how to play the guitar. pete: well, she better. he set her up for success. clayton. clayton: thanks, guys. two dozen democrats have backed a new bill that questions the mental health of president trump in an effort to take him out of office. how responsible is it to suggest the president of the united states is mentally unstable? gop councilman joe gorelick have a professor at iona college, jeannie zaino and dr. marc siegel. i've got to ask you because he saw bringing adopters, basically trying to diagnose the president is the president as if he had some form of dementia or is mentally unstable. smart move for the medical community? >> not smart. the american paycheck tick association has the goldwater rules that you just can't do this. the reason it's against the principle of medical ethics committee epa, american psychiatric association is
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because these doctors have not examined president trump. they have it spent an hour with him. they haven't taken history. certainly no democrat has that's doing it. people are very different when you sit them down in a doctor's office to take a full history then when you see them on twitter. i met former president bush several times. he's very different in person than when you see them on television. we are going down the way wrong direction. >> i weigh different when you see me in person. way different. way more handsome. your take on this. the political side of this, which is crazy. is is red meat for the base here? what other motivation could there have for the 25 democrats being on board this bill to get the president out of office? >> it's absolutely red bait. i have to agree with the doctor. you never want to diagnose someone from afar. the issue is when you look at the 25th amendment, there is no discussion of how you determine incapacitation.
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as left up to the political realm. it's left up to the cabinet, vice president and a committee of congress. it is a political decision, not a medical diagnosis that would be made if this is coming to pass. never in american history has this come to pass. this is after john f. kennedy's assassination because there is a fear they didn't do a good job about what happens if a president has some kind of breakdown, unable to continue its work. never been used, not going to be used now and this is the democrats who appeal in 2018 coming out. >> it's not like it's woodrow wilson being incapacitated. the country doesn't really know about it. >> i love the excuse given at this rally the other day from democrats, which was he's not a gentleman and a role model. that makes them unfit to be president?
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>> this is the next episode of a series of episodes in a movie called democratic meltdown 2017. this is something so beyond the pale, sending a few pointed out would replace the msnbc crowd and the late-night comics. democrats have to answer how does this help someone that voters that left them in 2016? how does that help a factory worker in pennsylvania or a cop in wisconsin? how are those people doing the meltdown of the democratic party in determining their credibility to get reelected going forward. it's bad politics, bad medicine and brad strategy. >> to me, the argument is this is you're trying to make this argument that the president is mentally unstable. democrats are also saying that about trump supporters. a veiled way they are attacking tram supporters in all of this. >> i think that's true to both declare republicans did the same thing to barack obama many times.
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charges that he should be impeached for a variety of reasons including the fact he said he wasn't born in united states. the fact you are transgendered people to use the bathrooms of their choice. it is still too far. clayton: final thought. >> just because you certain personality traits that irritate the democrats, this is not the vice president, not the cabinet. this is really undermining the respect of the opposite deserves. transfer thank you for joining us. appreciate it. thanks to dr. marc siegel, jeannie and joe. abby, over to you guys. abby: other headlines we're following. a fisherman charged with killing his wife claims that she fell overboard. 38-year-old christopher leclerc called the coast guard claiming that his wife accidentally fell overboard after not feeling well during a boat trip on lake erie. investigators say they now believe he pushed her off the boat, but are still looking for a body. leclair was having affair at the time. he now faces criminal homicide
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charges. a man loses control of his motorcycle on a busy highway. we want to warn you, this may be hard to watch. abby: that baker writing down the sacramento fire when he waffles and spins out of control. his head hitting the road, the bike dragging his body. miraculously, demand is expected to be okay. wow, unreal. former president obama told a crowd in indonesia, we are seeing a rise in aggressive kind of nationalism. we see both in developing countries. an increased development in the bad treatment of people who don't look like us are practices that they possess. i don't believe that future favors strong man.
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i believe it is those who are tolerant and learn from everyone. obama on a 10 day vacation in jakarta. no surprise there. a little underlying job. pete: and subtly criticize the current president. abby: records outside. a little monkey. >> i lost them. >> did you find them? >> no. >> did you get the money? let's give a big smile. nice. you have three big teeth coming in there. they are looking good there. no braces i don't think. good for mom and dad. everybody to get outside. a little bit nicer across parts of the northern plains and around the great lakes. tens of cooled a little bit. humidity is come down a little bit. it is still sticky, but certainly better. we will put the map into motion,
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but less rain today. we will see if you showers in the afternoon, but nothing as bad as we saw yesterday. came across the south. that said, some big rumors across parts of oklahoma later in the day. some this morning across parts of arkansas and louisiana. tens getting into the 90s across the high plains. you see the scattered showers, some may be a little severe later on today and across the west, mostly sunny in the heat is continuing. thank you for sharing that may smile at us. >> you are welcome. pete: what is the going rate for the tooth? reporter: how much did you get for those? like a quarter, nickel? >> one dollar. abby: a whole dollar? the question is how was she going to spend that dollar. she is so cute. thank you, rick. coming up, stick with social
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media and keep on treating. deputy campaign manager david bossie is on next door to talk about that. pete: plus, shocking photo. american flags removed from veterans gravestones. one group has a plan to save them. that group leader will join us live. trade with the largest family festival come a four-day celebration faith and film. they'll take us behind the scenes. join us next. ♪ keeping the faithnd ♪ we know steve. switching to allstate is worth it.
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pete: people lining the streets. customers 21 years and older enjoying the newly legalized recreational marijuana laws. recreational league is now legal in eight states across the u.s. in washington d.c. california going to a whole new
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level. a new imac that requires employers to pay for mandatory harassment classes centered around gender identity for all employees. a literature headlines. >> i was looking at the headlines for the weed and there is a lady in a bear shirt. abby: megadeth is the largest family festival about faith and family and film. >> just wrapped up his or during dallas. fox news correspondent lauren green is there and she joins us now to share all about it. good morning. >> hey, good morning. inc. so much. first of all, the best way to describe make a fast is like getting inside the mind of the charismatic preacher with a global following. he really has created a safe conglomerate that reaches far beyond the church pew. >> would you please welcome to the stage, mr. mulley po file.
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>> after the sox after the talk after the sox are of after the sox are after the stock sure fire helped kick off a four-day weekend festival of faith, family and film. all taken center stage at kay bailey hutchison convention center in dallas, texas. >> welcome to make a dash on springer, filmmaker of the 30,000 member worship center, the potter house. >> this is the day the lord has made. the event features fitness, health and well-being, service presentations to benefit injured soldiers. and even sports celebrities like former cowboy darren woodson. and i even got into participating the in the panel
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to talk about change lives and about my boat, white house faith. >> things are alright. i'm good. got the job, demand, this come everything i need and then something falls apart. >> is estimated some 100,000 people are attending make a fast. i sat down to see what people should take away from this four-day event. >> i've come to learn it is an experience. it's the old-fashioned art of spending quality time at the people who matter the most to you in an atmosphere that supports the belief system you want to promote. reporter: his youngest daughter sarah jake's robbers said even though people are moved by his powerful preaching comment he is just the vessel. >> they didn't come to praise jake's. they came to praise god. >> i don't like to be confined come uri preacher.
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god has other things that i'm interested in. i'm a person, father, guy, husband. i want to enjoy everything about life and share it with other people. reporter: also told me that any aspect of life can become a ministry of this is why he's been so much in the area of film. films are like modern-day parables. they have the potential to reach so many lives. back to you guys. >> such a great message. we are all talking about the movies. what are you doing? >> first i'm going to go to church today of course. i've got to tell you, independence day, yes, it's my favorite fourth of july movie. a little known fact come you don't know this because you are probably in a timetable back then. but independents and foxhounds keep one of 1996 before fox news channel launched. >> yet another reason why. thanks, lauren.
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pete: watergate journals grow bernstein prepares the term presidency to a dangerous infectious disease. >> we are in the midst of the malignant presidency. a call for my leaders. it calls on our journalists do a different kind of reporting from a different kind of dealing with this president need. ...straight years, and it's still recommended today. use as directed. g new cars. you're smart. you already knew that. but it's also great for finding the perfect used car. you'll see what a fair price is, and you can connect with a truecar certified dealer. now you're even smarter. this is truecar.
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pete: would be no carl bernstein, one of the duo who basically brought down and broke the watergate story wide open for his reporting back in the day with the "washington post." now at cnn, taking off a different tack tick talking about the term presidency and say there is a malignancy on this presidency. listen to carl bernstein. >> i think something much greater is happening and that is
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we are in the midst of a malignant presidency cannot malignancy is known to the military leaders of the country, known to the republican leadership in congress to recognize that and is known to the intelligence community. the presidency of donald trump is not functioning partly because of his character. it's not functioning partly because of attacks on the press. those who know him best are raising serious concerns. it calls on our leaders. it calls on our journalists to do a different kind of reporting, a different kind of dealing with this presidency. >> historical context is referring back it seems to john dean who was then white house counsel during the watergate years to president nixon said sir, there is a cancer on the presidency right now. the malignancy is what is referring to. abby: and things need to change. a new kind of reporting which makes me wonder what would be different. >> we keep asking ourselves
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rhetorically, what are they going to figure it out and realize they've been exposed? they are never, ever, ever, can i say ever again going to change because these newsrooms are full of liberals. i'm thinking about changing the name to fake a new cnn to fraud new cnn. when you tell me you are independent give me bias. what he is calling for is even more. even more editorializing about the president from cnn that will only make the approval go down. abby: said people close to the president are concerned about him and his well-being. is that the sense you got? those who use closest to. pete: fake news. >> i've talked to the top, top advisers. they're getting along, working hard. >> one of the stories later on the show is fighting between the vice president's office in's office and the trump camp so that there is infighting. abby: there is always quote, unquote infighting between the two.
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>> i'm honored to join you at the first-ever fourth of july freedom rally as we pay tribute to those who are proud to serve our nation in uniform. we poured your love and you buried your soul in defense of our country, our people and our great american flags. >> this is a guideway shown so much respect and admiration for people who've worn the uniform. >> it's incredible. i actually appreciated. >> fake media is trying to silence us. but we will not let them. when i'm president and they are
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not. >> did russia hacking effect the election in some way? i don't discount that. >> it is red. they, but the most negative possible in the conclusion that the obama white house and the mainstream media resources. the ♪ abby: i've got my game on. i love that song as we start out this sunday morning. we are all feeling so patriotic. you never know. clayton: high-end type. pete: it is high and tight for this summer. like a shearing the sheep.
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abby: look great. trade for sending your photos this morning for independent day. we want to see your family, your pets, your neighborhood. i love looking at the streets with all the american flags down the street. do you are preacher pajamas? abby: please send us some photos of their patriotic cat. trade for a dog photos, picture of the talks. i love dogs, but how about some cats? it's tough to get cats and outfits, so maybe that's part of the problem. her patriotic cat happy. they named her cat after you. monique's cad authoring our heroes on this first. abby: and here's stephanie cat, sweet pea ready for the fourth of july. pete: did that cat had trump air? is that what it is? abby: i think you did. let's pull it up to make sure.
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pete: there it is. they up the ante. abby: a trump tie and trump air. trade to keep them in. we love it. trades are we invited former donald trump deputy campaign manager and fox news contributor david bossie. did he bring a patriotic cat? >> i have three very patriotic dogs, but thankfully no cats. trade for sorry, eat. all those and came from social media, of course this past week quite a bit of a scandal and backlash of the president was taking on morning joe. yesterday he came out resilient lands that i'm going to stick to social media. the fake and fraudulent news media is working hard to convince republicans and others that i should not use social
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media. remember, i want the 2016 election with interviews, speeches and social media. we will continue to win. some people saying he should get off social media. what do you say? >> absolutely not. the president understands the new media better than anyone. it is the reason he's the president of the united states today. by the way, i was one of those during the campaign that would say hey, boss, what do you think about this or that? he always had the right instincts. he understands. really, he uses it for one reason, to bypass the liberal media, which has a common arm of the democratic party and speak directly to the american people. they work during the campaign and they will continue to work that that's what happens when you let a change agent. they disrupt the status quo. the status quo was that the
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mainstream media is just cozy in bed in washington d.c. with the politicians on both sides of the aisle. when a politician as powerful as the president disrupts thought, it is something that they will never accept in one of the reasons you see unfortunately lowlifes like carl bernstein saying what he's saying. >> you just said that in this campaign. you would tell the president not to treat certain things. can you give an example of something you said we don't want to treat that in the president said don't do that. >> i don't kiss and tell. abby: it does make you wonder. you have the critics now saying fine, tweet what you want on the campaign trail. but now you are commander-in-chief. different time. you have a different title. he said my use of social media is not presidential. it is modern-day presidential. make america great again. your same keep tweeting,
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president. i think you can say all you want about the media because everyone can agree there's a bias. but when it comes to a woman comments a woman come is that where you say maybe not so much, mr. president? >> let me just say this president is not going to allow himself to be attacked unmercifully by these folks in the mainstream media. these folks who have columns and pro-bernstein who is on cnn and others on other networks, they really don't have any downside but when they attack him. so what he's saying is i'm going to fight back. i'm going to stand up for myself because the mainstream media is so dishonest. that is all this is about. whether it is the attack on to host survey showed no one watches or any other tweets, the president understands the power of what he's saying. he does get it any gifted rather than anyone.
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if he wants to come he's able to change the conversation of the day with a simple tweet. pete: very much so. we want to shift to something else the fake media loves to banter about. does the media wrongly predict did come a long list, whether it's the ouster, rants previous, steve bannon, sean spicer, kellyanne conway or the president himself. now new turmoil between president trump and vice president mike pence. we see this all the time. you talk to folks inside the white house. the relationship has looked as strong as any. can you give us insight as to what's happening in that relationship? >> first of all, you talk about the definition of fake news. this is it. there is no stronger bond than this administration and the president and the vice president of the united states. these two men worked closely together day in and day out.
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they see each other all day. they speak to each other all day. they give each other advice and counsel all day. i find this to just be part of the ongoing that the media just can't get enough of. pete: to be totally clear, this is about the staff of the vice president and the president, not the two men themselves. according to these reports are warning right now. if they could mtv reality show. >> if you know the staff, these folks -- a lot of these folks that work on vice president pence's staff worked on the campaign with us. mark schubert, who is the director of legislative affairs for the white house to capitol hill was former chief of staff for governor pence. that white house is just interconnected with pads come the people all throughout the white house.
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therefore, it is part of the fake news. this is just more of the stories they want to perpetuate, that the white house is broken when it is actually not. it is functioning perfectly well and they are trying to do their jobs. the mainstream media who every day once to continue the white house is not functioning properly because they continue to write the story said they want the american people to believe that. abby: really have to start questioning their credibility. another reports that secretary of state rex tillerson is the next one to go. pete: that he wants out. >> yeah, look, the secretary of state has been representing the american people in america abroad for the last four or five months. he's doing an incredible job. the one thing everybody has to stop and take stock and is that every four years, every time there's a new administration, or
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growing pains, the white house always ones to make sure the presidential personnel is running the show. that's a fact, whether president obama, clinton, bush come in this administration. it is part and parcel of how it's done in washington. it can be honest disagreements over personnel and policy. what everybody has to remember at the end of the day where the were day where they were cabinet secretary or employee, you work at the will of the president of the united states and as long as you make sure you are taking to account, his positions on policy and what he wants from the standpoint coming or good place. tree into a live take note of the report from cnn. going into a holiday weekend, if you're a playing session with the white house during a look forward to the next week, two weeks or months weeks or months, what would you counsel the white house to focus on as they move forward? >> stay focused on health care. get health care done in the next
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couple of weeks. there's no urgency to it, they get it done in the next couple weeks when you get back from recess. we have to make sure the senators on our side of the aisle state of mind. that's going to take some work. working with the different factions with an defendant to get the bill done. by doing that, you can give it directly to tax reform. not just some tax rate cuts, the actual tax reform, simplifying and taking care deductions and some middle-class tax efforts that will actually help the middle-class in america for the first time in a long time. abby: great advice. have a great holiday. pete: and more tweets. abby: more headline: the trump administration taking another step towards america first. now mandating all 284 and air force have direct flights to the u.s. install an explosive detecting scanners as part of
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the ban on laptops. the terrorists could use it to hide a small bombing. they have three weeks to face possible dissension. an arrest is made in connection to the violent shooting inside a nightclub that injured 20 people see right here, the rapper who was performing along with another man in birmingham, alabama. as you can imagine, inside the power ultra lounge. 25 people total were shot, but all are to survive. on this independence day weekend, three following u.s. sailors who died aboard the uss fitzgerald. friends and families and also paid an emotional tribute among the fallen among the fall of 19 girls sailor dakota tioga b. along with 37-year-old fire patrolman first class leo
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brennan junior who heroically save 20 other shipmates were honored. 26-year-old noah hernandez also remembered on board the uss fitzgerald when it collided last month with a cargo ship off the coast of japan. a total of seven u.s. soldiers lost their lives on that day. pete: all right. nancy pelosi will call president trump every name in the book. now, it is this. >> i think it is blatantly sexist. i don't think there's any question about it. train to the rambling press conference will reveal even more. debate just ahead. abby: president obama back in the spotlight for more than 10,000 miles away in jakarta. >> you know who else is back? our own in a quiet man. she is kicking off our proud american series. where are you? >> s., and. we have a big morning for you
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and if vaccination with bexsero is right for your teen. moms, we can't wait. abby: welcome back to really quickly want to think our audience because we asked early in the show to send us cat photos. patriotic cat photos. our producers said they are so inundated with photos they can even hope it's on the show. thank you for listening to us. tree into thank you for ruining our morning. we appreciate it. the former president of the united states that you don't talk poorly about the clinton administration or open your mouth about the current president in office. they quietly go into the night, do their thing.
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clayton: that used to be the case. it seems to be changing a little bit. president obama yesterday, 10,000 miles away in indonesia to talk about climate change and other issues seeming to be taking some jobs about the current administration. >> the entire speech he talked about a temporary absence within the context of global change which is the holiest of shrines for the left. another portion of his critique, not even his slightly veiled critique of the term presidency. he has this to say in jakarta, indonesia about america. we are seeing in the rise in aggressive nationalism and developed and undeveloped countries and increased development against minority groups and the bad treatment of people who don't look like us or practice the same fate as that. i don't believe the future favors strong man. i believe the creatures those who are tolerant man. abby: is not actually mentioning the president by name, but underneath the strong wording said it all.
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why can't you be strong man and also accepting of people? is that not possible today? dream to also stand for your country and not intervene in wars and create nationbuilding and be able to protect the people that our country is employed to do. we have defense of this country and purpose. we pay taxes to defend our country. not just open our borders to allow anyone and we want. the translation is easy. nationalism can be sovereignty or america. resentment toward minorities now would president trump is talking about. how about strongmen. maybe it's better to have a lid on the country then unleashed the arab spring and anarchy and chaos that leads to something like i something that crisis in the middle east. i love how the left talks about tolerance. abby: conditional love at its best. traded into the paris climate accords of course. but the president comes in and undermines him come he's not going to be happy about it.
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quick headlines for you. justin bieber spotted all over new jersey suburb of montclair near my home. in recent weeks he spent too much at the pool. maybe i'll run into him at the whole foods and playing basketball with neighborhood kids zone here and a white hoodie. >> is rumored to be spending time with his pastor who lives in that area. people are not liking jay lo on their blog. the singer sensation with a brief taping of her performance on the macy's fourth of july fireworks show. neighborhood residents are excited turn into a nightmare chaos in the fourth of july weekend. two of the world's hottest women are making the big apple their new home this summer. this universe and miss u.s.a. caramel cola are moving into an apartment together in manhattan. taking a break from traveling the world in new york. abby, pete. abby: really good. well, the president firing back
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earlier this week on twitter for fueling fake news. house minority leader nancy pelosi had this to say about his comment. take a listen. >> it's sad to say i am still the highest ranking women. i thought i was all going to be resolved in november. instead, we have a person in the white house that doesn't happen to be a woman, but happens to disrespect women. abby: is that what the president was trying to do? vice chair for the coalition of democratic pollster or not they're up america in the age of trump, just guitar love. thank you. welcome to both of you. >> god bless america. abby: god bless you as well. happy fourth of july weekend. this is the atlantic or the launching of trump's sexist
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attack, launches another sexist tweet on morning joe host. this is just to remind people, this is actually from yesterday. crazy joe scarborough are not bad people, but their low rated show was nominated by their nbc bosses. too bad. to all the sexism, arguments and attacks on him, what i would argue, is he trying to defend himself? it seems like he would say the same about men or women. >> i believe the president is simply trying to defend himself. honestly, i feel he deals with men and women with the same energy. because bernie sanders crazy, hillary crockett, called ted cruz lighting ted. because marco, little marco. that is our president. the problem is you have media that should be focusing on edifying the nation by telling us the information we need to
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know, filling us in on the facts and instead they are using their motion in politics as a platform as opposed to doing what journalists are supposed to do and that is to inform the people. >> so many thoughts on this fourth of july weekend. i totally disagree. i think while the emphasis our president who does the lobby on everybody, they are only women who talks about. he said about megyn kelly that she had blood coming out of her nose or wherever, leaking down her face. we've seen pictures. she did not have blood leaking down her face. you've made a number of sexist comments. currently feeling says look at that face. i was blatantly sexist. i find it disturbing to hear from women that we can't have that discussion about the president of the united states of america appeared abby: what about comments to him? he's the president of the united
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states. [inaudible] jessica, you have seen this flip, for example. i'm not defending her, defending him. you said what she said about him. calling him a good, talking about the sides of his hands. across the board -- >> i don't agree with that. i've spoken about that before. i don't think is appropriate. at first the level of national discourse. they actually feel this campaign. they had him on there. they were defending him and they went after hillary clinton really hard and it certainly hurt her campaign when you think about the audience msnbc has. the moderate democrat out there or black when or black winged democrats that the senate voted bernie sanders and maybe voted jill stein. maybe didn't show up to vote. they make sexist attacks in using the office of the presidency at this low level appropriate.
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>> what i'm saying -- i am a democrat and when you live -- [inaudible] yes, i'm a democrat who voted for donald jay trump. an outsider coming yes. what i would say is this. you know, you don't make evil has come in the things they are doing anything about the president, they are beneath the dignity of our nation. excuse me, i'm sorry i let you talk. you don't use your platform where you are supposed to be informing the public, letting us know the facts, keeping track of this white house and this government for your own political, emotional joy. you are supposed to be letting us know what's going on and they are not doing that. they are attacking this president. they are attacking supporters because we voted for him. this is a democracy. he's got three years and six months ago.
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get your popcorn and drinks ready. trench three -- abby: quickly because we've got to go. >> they will put their opinion out there. they were talking about does the president of the united states of america have to be classy? >> he is a class act. abby: we have to leave it here. our audience watching this, tell us what you think about all of this. friend that fox news.com. for now come up with have you with us. the mac happy fourth of july. >> happy fourth of july. abby: a debate that his oldest time. who is smarter? men or women? in the winter is coming out. president trump is going to stick with social media despite the backlash. mark levin is here live to react next hour. also pete and rick are cooking up some dad gum good barbecue for this fourth of july.
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abby: we are not up there. we are down below. pete: you are sending in your holiday pics because you are
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proud americans. abby: the photo of her 3-year-old grandson who's proud to be american. transfer to reset a sharing does show saying she's part of her sons jordan ejects serving in the army. another tiny, proud american. karen's daughter at her annual fourth of july barbecue. abby: this photo of her granddaughter on her wedding day that these are two very proud millennialist. pete: a lot of patriotic millennialist. kevin mccarthy made good on his promise. the perfect complement to his american privacy. i'm demanding one for each of us. trade through the great thing about tucker, i don't even think he would know if he had a bug with his face on it. he's just like okay. actually, he probably wouldn't he be very proud. turning now to other headlines, starting with the widow of the
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virginia shooter claiming -- we will start with another one. she may have been able to stop this. sue hodgkinson, the wife of the killer saying saturday that her son opened fire on the ball field of republican shooting steve scalise, the retiree of illinois was gunned down at the leash rushed the alexandria field now recovering from the shooting. and now it is jill stein's turn to be caught up in the russian investigation. congress after she had dinner with the former national security adviser michael flynn and vladimir putin himself. >> yes, i was at a table where putin briefly came in. i was not an rt conference, which was their 10 year anniversary in order to communicate, the war in the middle east is an incredible
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catastrophic disaster. abby: denied any accusations claiming democrats want a scapegoat. the feminist movement with new research now revealing them have average i.q. that is four points higher than women. what? the study came from the netherlands said it's also because they also slightly larger brains than the females do. i think we need to talk about this. clayton and pete. i don't like this. >> john macko morris here. celebrate with a backyard barbecue. >> take your barbecue to the next level. >> that is good. where the chicken recipe as mayor.
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>> today is all about the fourth of july. what better thing to serve up then ribs? we've got baby back ribs with the barbecue sauce. i had the pleasure of hanging out with kicks birks. we did his barbecue ribs from his coat book. so it is basically nine ingredients. garlic powder, oregano, cumin, cinnamon, chile, popper, cocoa and cayenne. but the dry rub all over your ribs and today as we always do, this desire of bluetooth master build electric smoker. we are going to face these ribs on the smoker. >> we did this for a dinner party based on john's recommendation. he was the best dinner party we've ever had. so many ribs. it was amazing.
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>> we want everybody to do that. these ribs, fight them over here on the play. we will show you how to cut those ribs up real quick. 225 degrees in three hours. you want to take these ribs and basically cut them in half. we are going to take this barbecue sauce and see these ribs are almost done with a transfer onto an aluminum tray. pete: did you pull the membrane off before you transfer them? otherwise you won't get -- >> the membrane off the baby back ribs so does the in there. pour it all over. >> all of that? >> yet. we've got the dry rub on three
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hours 225 degrees. the barbecue sauce and pour it all over. ended up on my time. just mop it all over. the barbecue sauce all over your ribs, they will be got in there. >> at what point do we get these things? >> these ribs poke doc on the smoker for one more hour. what that does is it gives the smoke flavor into the barbecue sauce. we are going to put that on there. we will take the ones on top of and show you what they look like. i feel like i'm on qvc. >> have you ever seen anything so beautiful? abby: this is so not fair. you leave the pregnant lady inside just salivating. >> we've got this as a video start to finish how to do this recipe with a dry rub in the
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barbecue sauce. coming back for some chicken fingers and ribs. pete: abbey come in the next. transfer to bring some up with you. already moving on from the fake news kindled with the fake of democracy. dan bongino says they are fueling the fires of destruction. he is joining us next. and anna kooiman is back kicking off our proud american series. you are looking beautiful out there. trade abbey, good morning to you and everybody. ♪ that food looks good. we are here in north carolina getting ready for coverage this july 4th weekend. a preview of the cruisers to shine and show car show. a whole lot more coming out. how cool is this thing? be
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a stunning upset in the boxing ring. australian jeff horning, a schoolteacher scoring a unanimous 12 round decision against filipino boxer manny takeo. the controversial decision earning him the wbo title. it's always fun to see the underdog take the win. abby: thank you, pete. a major desire under fire about his scandalous white house meeting that never took place. trade for all sorts of awful things have been following a top-secret meeting between epa chief scott pruitt and the ceo of dow chemical says a spokesperson confirmed that meaning was actually canceled, never happened. but that's not stopping the ap from debating the democracy this fourth of july weekend. the agenda for public and podcast post, dan bongino. good morning. happy fourth of july weekend to you. what do you make of ap, the way they are reporting in debating
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the future of our democracy? >> you know, debating the future of our democracy, is that a joke? the flames are being fanned by the mainstream media. guys, listen. here's the problem and let me back this up so i don't just throw this out there. if we can't agree on a basic set of facts going forward is a constitutional republic, how were we supposed to debate the issues left and right about the media on my left. two plus two equals four. how can we debate arithmetic? you are not doing arithmetic. you are doing fairytales and stories and making things up. they make this stuff up and it's not just one thing. they are doing this repeatedly. it's becoming a real, genuine scandal. abby: we are talking about the future democracy the media is pushing. what about the future of journalism? how often we are reporting something from who knows who the
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sources and it never ends up being true. who was holding the media accountable? there's reason to be concerned about the future of journalism. >> there is no future to journalism if we continue down this path now. i know you guys open the ppa, but there is another one that's just as bad. 17 intelligence agencies agreed that the russians tried to overthrow the election results. there are people on your network, who have been calling this out as es for months now. democrats have been like no, no, they all agree the russians try to influence the election. they say okay, i think we finally read the report and it was really only three intelligence agencies and the other 14 didn't say that. it's like guys, if we can agree for months that's not what we said in the report anyone could read, with the future of journalism? the answer is there is none. it's fairytale type stuff.
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>> they would've dug and dug to find out who many reports, who did they give campaign donations do. instead the left will repeat at nothing to your point. dan bongino, we appreciate it. abby: have a good fourth of july. we appreciate it. donald trump despite the media backlash. mark levin is live in our studio right now to react at the top of the hour. pete: anna kooiman is back to kick off our proud american series. we brought her back from australia. abby: a long flight. tree into where is she? ♪ lds strong until evening. fixodent plus adhesives. just one application gives you superior hold even at the end of the day fixodent. strong more like natural teeth.
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pete: is part of our proud american series, traveling down to north carolina were patriots with the need for speed are celebrating america's birthday. train to a live look at proud american correspondent lifelong friend of the show, anna kooiman along with keith pearson. good morning. reporter: good morning, everyone. i got my start in wilmington, north carolina. absolutely gorgeous. take a look at the scenery this morning. this history for the fourth of july festivities go on like 200 years celebrating independence. and 50,000 people will come that started back in 1972. a big preview. you can see these gorgeous classic cars behind me.
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good morning. how are you doing? great to have you on the program. normally get about 50 cars here. you're expecting more. why is that? our viewers love to come out in support and i hope they are supporting you, too. what are we looking at? >> this is a 1956 ford victoria. >> a two door hard top. with the ninja nannette, which means nothing. they are slow cars, but beautiful car since 1986. >> move on down to this one a little bit older. >> in 1829 ford pickup. it has the cabs which most of them did not have. it cruises along at 30 miles an hour. >> the proud american american
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flag flying so proudly. >> this is in 1865 forward. >> what is under the hood? the big engine under the hood. the 55 chevrolet. two door hardtop. beautiful car been restored, then in the family for years. beautiful, beautiful car. what about this one here? >> this is in 1865 chevelle super sport 396. that means that it is loaded. the four speed is ready to outrun anything in town. >> the turbo jet engine. zero, are you all right? >> yeah. >> we've got two markers to get through. >> this is in 1835 ford and it is a flat back.
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this has been restored also. beautiful car. >> this is my favorite one. and finally. >> yes, ma'am. this is the night team 56 ford victoria. it is solid black with black and white interior. beautiful car, straight drive. you don't see those much. the cars that we have here are winners everywhere we go. reporter: that's right. beside the show at no words are renée said. >> that is correct. everything will make it's for charity. reporter: very nice. back to the studio. pete: anacondas or cameraman okay? reporter: yes, all good. there's a lot of maneuvering we are trying to do out here with the humidity and a bunch of cars. abby: you are doing fabulous. thank you so much.
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what do you think? >> he uses it. to bipartisan the liberal media, which becomes an arm of the democratic party and speak directly to the american people, and it worked on your campaign, and it's going to continue to work. >> the fake media is trying to silence us. but we will not let them. when i'm president, and they're not. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> fireworks. it wouldn't be the fourth of july without them? >> we have to be safe with them too; right? >> this is overrated. i mean, they have these laws in minnesota what you can and can't do with fireworks where i live, but that's why we all
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drive over to wisconsin and bring them over. abby: i'm with you because i'm from out west, and it can get so dry but if go goes wrong, it can be this huge disaster. >> are you pro fire? >> i'm not pro fire. i'm just pro fire, freedom, don't tell me what i can't do. >> i thought it was a fireworks display this morning. but it was beautiful. it does look like a fireworks display. clayton: tips on how not to blow your hand off out on the plaza later on. >> good stuff. clayton: also, as you're kicking off the weekend celebration, foxnews.com, you've been sending your patriotic photos, here's sean and his wife lauren and son. take a look at picture there. abby: lily sends this picture of her patriotic cat maxi. clayton: i love the.
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and you can use that in the litter box. and tracy sends this picture of her proud american baby. i love it. here's another one. logan is celebrating his first fourth of july. this one sent in by erica. abby: these are the cutest photos. cats, babies, america, we love all of this. we want to get to other headlines. starting with this, a bloody first day of the fourth of july weekend in chicago. 20 people have been shot, including a 13-year-old boy in several incidents. this as the trump administration sent 20 more permanent atf agents to the windy city to help stop that violence and get gang members off the streets. and 27 states are now reducing in part to send their voter information to the trump administration, a special commission requesting the data to investigate possible voter fraud during the 2016 election. president trump tweeting this. numerous states are reducing to give the information to the very distinguished voter fraud panel.
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what are they trying to hide? all 50 states have until july 14th to comply. this one is for you. do you want to smell like a kitten? clayton: why not? abby: well, now there's a fume for that. now there's a fragrance library that's about to debut kitten's fur. a 3.2-ounce of kitten fur costs $32 and also comes in a spray, lotion. if you use that, i will not sit next to you on the couch. clayton: i will try it. i'll take one for the team. i'll try it. let's do it tomorrow. if i start purring. >> i've always wanted to do bonfire perfume. abby: i'm allergic to cats. clayton: mark has a brand-new
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book out, number one on amazon. called rediscovering americanism now. who are you about to come up with a rail and punch in that photo. because it looks like you're about to take on great people. six days on amazon. >> i'll tell you what amazes me. you said the new york times has a whole page on the constitution today. july 4th, the constitution. do they know what happened the constitution? it was the declaration of independence. so they don't even know. the day of the constitution is december 17th. today is july 4th. clayton: wrong document. >> so we're not going to rely on them what's in the constitution. clayton: you bring up the declaration of independence. you're a philly boy. you walk through that courtyard where the decoration of independence was read aloud that quiet morning, that how far have we drifted from that
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morning to where we are this morning? >> well, very far. here you have the paper record, which really is bird cage paper, to be perfectly honest about it. this is a huge day. what does our independence really mean? which i get into in the first chapter. can a what are natural law, natural rights? what do they mean by unalienable rights? and there they are writing about the constitution. i love the constitution. but the constitution is the manifestation of the declaration of independence. the men who fought for this country put their lives on the line. what were they all about? and the reason why you won't see that explained in the new york times is because who agree with it. the entire progressive movement rejects the declaration of independence. how do we know? they told us this. woodrow wilson told us this, other sides when the progressive side 100 years ago told us this. they don't believe in alienated rights. they believe rights come from
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government and liberty also comes from government. they even say it. you cannot fulfill yourselves. this is about bernie sanders folks about free education, free health care because otherwise you're not free, according to them. pete: bernie sanders recently tweeted this. it's a great example. >> he should stop tweeting, by the way. pete: he should stop tweeting. republicans talk about a lot of freedom and choice but you can't truly be free if you can't afford health care and food and heads. >> exactly the point. and that's why you'll never see a full page of declaration of independence by the new york times. you think those men who fought the revolution and put their lives on the line, the big centralized government that redistributes wealth? they would be absolutely appalled. no. but that's the mind-set. you can't have health care unless the government controls it and redistributes it. you can't have education unless the government distributes it. abby: we're having a lot of headlines and a lot of critics
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to the president saying you have to get off social media and off to twitter. and his response to that is, no, if anything, i'm going to double down on twitter because this is my voice and the only way i can get my thoughts out there. take a look at what he says. >> the fake media is trying to silence us. but we will not let them. [applause] because the people know the truth. the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house, but i'm president, and they're not. [cheers and applause] their agenda is not your agenda. you've been saying it. i will never stop fighting for you. i am delivering on trade, on the economy, on the supreme court, on the second amendment, on our military for our veterans. abby: he also admits to social media, he says it's not presidential. he tweeted this yesterday. it's modern day presidential. make america great again.
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what are your thoughts? >> well, what is he supposed to do? allow cnn and nbc and all the rest of them interpret what he says? if anything's' happened as a result of this, the media have completely disrespected themselves and the american people. they looked absurd. now, the president may have a bad tweet here and there. but 90% of them are quite good, as far as i'm concerned. he needs to go over to the head of the media, the way reagan did. he's not reagan, he's trump. he has his own way of doing it. so the idea we spend five days on that one tweet when we've had presidents in the oval office who have done a hell of a lot worse than donald trump has ever tweeted out is absurd. abby: are you surprised, though? >> am i surprised at the media? abby: that we focus so much on it, the mainstream media. >> it's ridiculous. who's the target? joe scarborough, mika brzezinski? there are more ratings in the airport sonogram than nbc. pete: well said.
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they missed the point, and they did an assessment of the tweets. but the vast majority of where he wants to take the country. but now they say mentally unhinged if he shouldn't be qualified, the 25th amazement should disqualify. where are they going? >> first of all, that's absurd. they don't know what the 25th amendment is all about. you want to talk about nuts? the minute the men was elected, they're talking impeachment. they're trashing the constitution, which they don't get. now they want to trash the whole system how we elect members of the south. trump shut sweet. just be a little bit more careful. he has to go ahead of the media. pete: despite where you're going, what does americanism mean? >> that's the point, at a surface level, super sacrificial level, we want this.
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we want -- where does all of this come from? in other words, people really need to appreciate this. not a lot of us do. but a lot of americans don't, and really, this comes down through the ages, and this country's so remarkable. not just because we say it, because it is. and this other force, this bernie sanders-type force is completely at odds with it. pete: well, we think about our american independence, it was to break off the shackles of european monarchy; right? and you write in the second chapter how we imported progressivism from that. we've embraced progressivism to such a degree. how do we -- when americans are given free stuff, it's hard to wheel that back. we're going through this right now with health care. how do we real it in? >> because we explain to americans the real free stuff is your liberty. what does that liberty mean? we're losing it, and we need to understand it. we do need to fight this propaganda that comes from the left. what they've done is hijack the word liberty. they don't mean by liberty
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what we mean by liberty as pointed out by bernie sanders with his unbalanced tweet today we don't know freedom because we don't have free this or that. that's socialism. that's imported from europe. it's called idealism and other. who are their philosophy kings? people likes marks and rugo. this are disasters. who are ours? aristotle, you're not going to learn this in college history, and that's part of the problem. abby: do you think the american people get it, though? do you think they're smarter than many people give them credit for? because you think of this last election, the people telling them what to do, hollywood, you name it. they want to the polls and the american people did something different.
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>> i think half of us are and half of us aren't. when you look at people who come into this country, and they watch the news and hear the left and benefiting redistribution of wealth& all the rest of it, we lose site. again, not at a superficial level, at property rights and all of these things are crucial. >> it sounds really good until you understand where our country came from, which is the whole point. >> mark's going to stick around. the mainstream media has been pushing that lie that 17 intelligence agencies only to bury their own correction. so why did the press push this when we reported the truth months ago? mark's going to be joining us when we come back right after the break. stick around. new bike? yeah, 'cause i got allstate.
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pete: well, it's the glue that has been holding the democrats so-called russian narrative together. >> 17 of our intelligence agencies. >> 17 of our intelligence agencies. >> 17 of the united states intelligence agencies. abby: well, it turns out that was a lie. a lie like some folks have been trying to impose for months. here's what he said this morning. >> i don't use this word lightly. i think this assessment was rigged. i think it was rigged to come up with the most negative conclusion possible to hurt mr. trump and to produce the collusion that the obama white house and the mainstream media was looking for. from my experience in the intelligence community, i can't see this anywhere way. >> so mark was in with us this
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morning, and he was on the air number of months ago saying this. we had a number of people on fox saying the exact same thing. clayton: pointed out the document side by side. >> what do you make of this? >> i think it's exactly right. here's what i don't understan understand. if the congratulations involved in our election. whether there's 17 agencies or 3 agencies, i think the point is the president of the united states was barack obama. the head of the cia was brennon. the national intelligence director was clapper. the attorney general was loretta lynch. the fbi director was jim comey. my question is this. why aren't republicans on these committees digging in on this and making these points? instead, i watch the senate intelligence community, they're grilling jeff sessions, saying these other things. you have to watch mark warner going on -- do you realize how horrible this is? and i'm sitting there saying do you realize that's on your watch? and what have you done about it? the idea that trump has colluded, don't you think if
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the trump world has colluded by now, it would be leaked 14,000 ways? they did not clued with the russians. the democrats and the obama administration colluded to keep that information from the american people. this is a massive -- in my view -- cover-up to deflect it on trump world away from obama world. i've also argued there was domestic surveillance involved with the unmasking of american citizens, including. clayton: members of congress. >> mike flynn. you'll remember this administration, the obama administration, they were spying on netanyahu, spying on the ambassador, members of congress, do you want to know where there's a massive scandal? it's the abusive intelligence. this is just the latest piece. abby: so why aren't we hearing about that in the media? there was that former barack obama knew about this back in august, but he did nothing about it because he assumed hillary clinton would win. i didn't hear about that anywhere. >> a one-day news story and then dropped it. >> because honestly, republicans in the senate and the house are weak. they control these committees,
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and ought to be the focus of these committees. not trump world. they were running -- he was running for president of the united states. he had no say in what the russians were doing officially. abby: what are they scared of then? >> i think because there's only a few media outlets that will actually address this honestly. the other media outlets are in the back pocket of the democratic party. abby: what about republicans in congress? >> that's what i mean. they don't like to be attached. they don't want to be attached by network news and so forth. and it's appalling. pete: and that's where republicans are different. >> well, how is he supposed to get his message out? clayton: right it's a falling line. the book is called tyranny of progressivism. it's number one right now and has been for six straight days. i have a feeling it's still going to be after this show. mark, good to see you. abby: a lot of people tweeting this morning saying they loved your book. >> i appreciate it it. god bless. clayton: have you heard
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communities and whether they're churches, they give the strength to expand our horizons and to care about broader issues. people who go to church are more likely to volunteer and give to charity not because they're religious but because they're part of a community. we have to build a world where every single person has a sense of purpose and community. abby: so is he right? >> that's a great question, abby. joining me now is fox news contributor. let's break this down a little bit because it's easy to pile on him. in a broader context of his speech last week was about community. facebook is going all in all of these facebook groups which people come together that are suffering from cancer or different world views. whatever. bringing them together. so that's his argument. but does it replace church? >> well, i think the issue here is his understanding of what religion is; right? if it's just community, if it's even just giving people a sense of purpose, then you
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could say, yeah, maybe facebook is the way to do it. but for people to go to church to worship god, that's not what it's about. it's making a decision that i'm going to get off the couch on a sunday morning, and i'm going to say i believe in the existence of god, and i'm going to exercise my faith in him by being with him and by praying and talking with him. and so mar mark zuckerberg is right on in many things but religion is not just community building. pete: so you believe that faith in god or belief manifests to deserve. >> those are consequences. but faith is at the center of what religion is. i'm saying i have an insurance of my will to god himself. and if you're going to go and just build community, go to the ymca. i'm not saying that facebook is not a good thing, and i
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think it can be good for religion as well. let me give you two examples. later on this afternoon at 1:30 p.m., i will facebook live my homily, and there's going to be way more people on my facebook page that are in the pews. way, way more. that's a beautiful thing. that's building community. but that's a medium, and i used to be a paperboy, you know, growing up, and i would go drop the paper off. that's a little bit like facebook. it's a medium for content. and then of course now with facebook, people can respond. it used to be just getting information. but facebook allows us to respond. abby: there are a lot of good things but also totally disconnecting. we talk about that a lot on the show. in this environment unplugging and putting yourself in a place where you can totally focus on christ or god. >> and let's be honest, not all community is good community. we see that on facebook as well. you post something in the worst place -- the worst come out in people. things that you would never say, you say. even if it's your identity. but you're willing to do it
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because you're sitting at home. going to church not only connects us with god, it connects us with each other in a very concrete way, in which we make ourselves better. pete: great point. clayton: you'll catch him on facebook later. >> facebook live. you don't have to go to church this sunday -- just kidding. clayton: father, great to see you. abby: happy fourth of july weekend. pete: still ahead, i bet you remember when president trump said this about cnn. >> just because the attack of fake news and attacking our network, i just want to ask you, sir. >> i'm changing it from fake new brunswick, though. very fake news. >> oh, i love it. well, this morning, he's got a new nickname for that other cable news channel, any guesses? >> and the important safety particulars before shooting off fireworks. rickie fowler's a professional golfer.
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>> just because the attack of fake news and attacking our network, i just want to ask you, sir. >> i'm changing it from fake news, though. very fake news. pete: once again changed the name. president trump tests out a new nickname for fake news cnn.
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in fact, he doesn't -- i haven't seen him pin tweets to the top of his account before. but he pinned this one atop his twitter account. abby: how long? >> it's not there now. but it was a few hours. he's saying i'm thinking about changing the name fake news cnn to fraud news cnn. this is -- if we thought he was going to back down, he's certainly not. he's doubling down on calling the fraud. clayton: well, who is he going to use for fake now's? nbc now? >> he's sharing that name with other networks. >> that's a broader name of what's going on. but cnn is so bad, it's the fraud news network. think about why he would say that. you have the video that came out, the three reporters that were fired. day in and day out, they're having to walk back from things and wait until more is found out on the russia stuff. abby: cnn used to be the breaking news place. that's what i remember when i was growing up. it has really taken a turn
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this past year, and i think people realize that. when you turn it on, you know exactly what it's going to be. it's going to be antitrump. >> cnn is the epicenter of resistance. it truly is. and i've heard other people say this, and i agree. i'm almost offended. >> it's worse. it's more fake and more fraud when you pretend to be the middle, and i have to watch that stuff in the airport and pretend that's the middle of america. msnbc, you know at least they're a bunch of leftists. so if you have a better nickname for cnn, let us know. we would love to hear what you think. abby: i bet our audience has a lot of great ideas for that. we want to bring other headlines we're following. starting with this man is starting to be alive after losing control of his motorcycle on a busy highway. we want to warn you, though, this might be a little tough to watch. take a look.
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abby: the biker riding down a highway when he wobbles and spinning out of control hitting his head on the road. the bike dragging his body, miraculously that man expecting to be okay. and president trump signature country club set to host the u.s. women's open in two weeks. but a top female golfer is urging the president to keep away from the tournament. american brittany telling the chicago tribune quote hopefully maybe he doesn't show up, and it didn't be a big debacle, and it will be about us and not him. did stop short of saying the u.s. open should be moved, but did say she will not be boycotting. okay. and brand-new law in florida allows parents -- so what is that? parents to challenge -- thank you, pete. that's why i have you. pete: spaying of on the teleprompter is very
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important. dagen: parents being taught science class will have an unbiased review officer for complaints about any material complaint used in class. they will have the material removed. critics say will make it harder to teach evolution and climate change. pete: i love when those are the priorities. wonderful. abby: i love when you can sit next to me and help me out. pete: well, listen, i see it, and it's confusing for me too. dagen: thank you, pete. let's go to rick with the weather. how is it? >> you know, it's a lot better today than yesterday. just across the country in general. show you what's going on temperature-wise. a little bit cooler across the northern plains and in towards the great great lakes as well. anywhere with the yellow on the there were in the 70s, it's still humid. so up across parts of the northeast into the mid-atlantic, you'll have a warm day, less rain overall, though, than yesterday. so it's really going to be a great day. down to the east, we're going to see spotty showers because
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it's humid and garden variety summer thunderstorms. a few showers also across parts of the central plains. that's going to be a little bit more severe later on tonight. but overall, just a warm day there and out across the west, tons of sunshine and the heat is back. 109 in phoenix. we always love talking about that 109 in phoenix. >> well, it is a dry heat. >> it is a dry heat. 109 is pretty bad, but it's not horrible. >> well, hey, everyone loves fireworks on fourth of july but before you try to put on your own show in your own driveway, here are things you need to know. >> the director of government affairs of phantom fireworks. the world's largest retail of consumer fireworks. welcome. >> welcome. >> everybody wants to be outside with fireworks right now, but it is a little bit dangerous if you do it wrong. >> it's important to follow the rules when you're using consumer fireworks. first of all, consumer fireworks are never for kids. never let children handle. >> even sparklers?
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>> yeah. we do say don't let kids play with sparklers because they do burn pretty hot and even fifths done, it's not something you want to touch. >> we do have videos of people getting burned by those. >> there's a website fireworks.com that you can go and find out what the rules are. >> yeah. there's a section on the site called fireworks university and then you can find out state by state the fireworks laws. >> if you have a neighborhood over, a bunch of neighbors coming over for your barbecue and start to get dark outside, you bought some of these big three prong fireworks, these artillery shells. i mean, how far away from your house do you need to be? do you need to have water standing by? what do you need to do to make sure your safe? >> so how far back is the farther, the better. we recommend at least 7500 feet away. and when it comes to time to
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shoot, you want to make sure you're shoulding on a hard, flat service. if we have any kind of malfunctioning fireworks, you want to do you say them with water and set them aside and go back the next day. >> yeah, don't come back and think that didn't go off, maybe i need to relight the fuse. don't do that. >> no. no. >> and what about the west where it's really dry? a lot of fires going on? >> so you always want to have a water source ready. if you can have a hose, a bucket of water, a fire extinguisher, all of those are great sources. >> what is this giant? >> i want to see what this is. holy smokes. >> so this is the biggest product in the store. it's called the grounds for divorce, tends to create conversation. my customers absolutely love it. and the bigger the item, the
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more they want to take it home with them. >> and then your kids won't be able to afford to go to college. >> that will be the next one. >> next, do you have a deal for any fox viewer who goes into your store? >> today and tomorrow only, walk into any phantom fireworks in the country, name my name, and you can have the mother lode or any 99.99 repeater for 29.99. that's good for today and tomorrow only. >> i don't know what that is, but that's fantastic. >> that's a great deal. >> alabama, pete, inside. abby: thank you so much. clayton: well done, gentlemen. susan rice ready to testify under oath but behind closed doors about unmasking associates. our next guest helped blow that story wide open, and she will respond to that charge. abby: plus, she's back and bringing hard artillery this
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>> former national security adviser susan rice ready to testify under oath about her role in the unmasking of president trump's associates. the meeting with the house intelligence committee is going to be behind closed doors, as opposed to out in the open. so what will she have to say about these dangerous leaks? joining us now, the investigative reporter for circa news who helped expose the unmasking story. sarah carter. sarah, good morning. thanks for joining us. >> good morning, pete. >> you've been on this all the way. now, i know why you were pursuing it, but susan rice has a theory as to why anyone is looking into this, and it doesn't have to do with her
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position. this is what she had to say in new york magazine. i'm going to read the quote from susan rice. she said let me put it this way. i do not leak to the simple explanation that it's only about race and gender. i'm ready to keep to my own theories to myself. it's not because i don't have any. she's insinuating that folks like you and other intelligence communities are doing it because of her race and gender. are you? >> of course not. incredible. i'm a hispanic and a woman. it had nothing to do with that. it had to do with the fact that when we were looking into the unmasking accusations, we were actually following up on these stories. we came across documents that were declassified by the foreign intelligence surveillance court, pete, and these revealed that the obama administration two weeks before president trump took office so loosely that not only with susan rice but john brennan. does that have anything to do
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with race and gender? john brennan, samantha powers, and others within the administration, the obama administration were actually unmasking american names. and what we discovered beyond that was that from november until january of his last month in office, they were unmasking at a exponential rate. so -- and let me go back even further. from 2011 until december, there was over 350% increase in unmasking of americans. this was incredible, and they were chided by the fisa courts for this, almost reprimanded saying this is a violation of fourth amendment rights. this has nothing to do with gender and race. pete: of course it doesn't. they just play identity politics. you've done an awesome job. a key question is what's the motivation? why were they unmasking? was it related to specific investigations? politically moated have elevated? what have you seen?
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>> well, this is a form of political espionage, and this is a reason why we haven't stopped writing these stories and looking at this. one of the things that we're allowed to do that the united states does legally is intercept overseas foreign phone calls. so from foreigners. but what they were doing is taking a back door. so it's an american made a phone call to a foreigner, they would just go ahead down on a piece of paper that they submitted to the nsa this is without warrant, you know, need to know. i need to know who this person is. but what we've been told is that some of these documents that have been unmasked, these conversations had nothing to do with foreign state enemy actors or terrorism. so there's something else going on here, and they're also classified, pete. so we can't get our hands on it to see what those look like. but for sure, the intelligence committee is, and they subpoenaed not only susan rice, but john brennan and now samantha powers to see what they were looking at. >> yeah. got to be race and gender then; right? >> absolutely.
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pete: fantastic work. i would say fake news media, take note because this is what investigative journalism actually look like. >> thank you, pete. pete: all right. the video is incredible. a former special forces operative turned aid worker dodging a hail of isis bullets to rescue a 6-year-old iraqi girl. take a look. [gunfire] pete: the hero in that video joins us live next hour. and anna is bringing out the big guns. she's prepping that canon for fire that -- there she is. she'll light the fuse, i would imagine just for us, and that's coming up next. having moderate to severe plaque psoriasis is not always easy. it's a long-distance run. and you have the determination to keep going.
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>> welcome back. it is a proud american tradition, this replica of a 1841 six pound canon named author. that's also what they call my gun. no laughing, please. it's fired off every fourth of july. abby: joining us now of how it works, proud gun owner sandy. good morning, anna. >> good morning, abby. good morning to everybody at home. there is so much history here in southport, north carolina dealing with canons. 200 years ago ships would come to harbor and lay anchor and fire off the canon. and so they had these big festivities back in the day then in 1972. it got absolutely huge, and they would do parades and
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military ceremonies, all sorts of things. and now 40-50,000 people come. one of the big highlights is this guy. thor, the canon. i'm going to bring in sandy. how are you doing? >> i'm doing just fine. >> now, you're the gunner for thor. why thor? will be the has been it's the god of thunder. >> this is used for the primarily and what else? >> it's primarily used for weddings here at the building. >> but it's not necessarily something that was used during the revolutionary war or civil war, but it is a replica. >> exactly. it's a full scale replica, a bronze canon. >> and these things are used sometimes at even weddings; right? >> absolutely. >> they're available for rental. >> that's exactly right. that's what we do. that's where the income comes from. >> we're ready to see what this bad boy can do, sandy. >> okay. let's do it. >> what do you need to do? >> well, you need to fire. gentlemen, are you ready? >> can i give them a countdown? >> not yet.
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prepare. oh, prick and prime. sorry. >> they're pricking and priming. >> the heat of the moment. okay. the primer goes in. >> three, two, one. >> no. prepare. >> prepare. >> now you can count it down. >> okay. here we go. i'm jumping the gun a little bit, huh? >> all right. three, two, one, go. >> fire. >> does anybody have any eardrums left? that was pretty impressive. >> i can see why this is used pretty often. >> absolutely. >> and tell me, this canon was donated to the historical society. tell me that story. >> well, it was done up in clifton, virginia in his backyard, and he and his wife separated, and i had called him on one day, and i said who gets the canon? and he said he was looking for a place to donate it, and i said how about the southport historical society, and that's how it happened. >> very nice.
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so much history here. we really appreciate your time. sandy, great stuff. what's this? >> that's the firing pin. >> the firing pin. so i get to keep this, huh? >> absolutely. >> guys, back to you in the studio. pete: can you hear us? >> barely. abby: we loved it so much. she said jumping the gun. i have to look that up. i wonder if that's where it comes from. pete: quick thinking. abby: and make sure you use your #proud american. you've been sending us photos all morning. keep them coming up. >> coming up on the show, the president says he won't stop tweeting, despite backlash from the left. this morning, he's sending a message to the fake news media. pete: and incredible video showing special aids worker dodging a hail of isis bullets to rescue a 6-year-old iraqi girl. [gunfire] pete: oh, my gosh.
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>> i'm honored to join you at the first ever 4th of july freedom rally as we pay tribute to those who have proudly served our nation in uniform. you have shed your blood. you have poured your love. and you've bared your soul in defense of our country, our people and our great american flag. >> this is a guy who shows so much respect and so much admiration for people who wore the uniform. >> my administration will always support and defend your religious liberties. >> this president has gone the extra mile to honor people of faith.
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>> some people think he should get off social media. what do you think? >> he uses it for one reason, to bypass the liberal media, which has become an arm of the democratic party and speak directly to the american people, and it worked during the campaign, and it is going to continue to work. >> the fake media is trying to silence us. but we will not let them. i'm president and they are not. ♪ >> what is that? >> the classic country. this is sort of the new pop country. >> okay. >> can we talk about what's happening on our camera? >> we have the big smokers out there this morning. we are going to do barbecue on the plaza.
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>> if you are in the area, come over here. we have a ton of barbecue. >> it is like a bugs bunny cartoon. you smell the smoke and it's kind of floating down the street. >> that's pete every morning on the show. >> it is. we know that's what you will be doing this sunday after church hanging out. if you are taking a long weekend, you have monday and tuesday and plenty of barbecue. >> we will be here. >> we are. >> the next two days. we're celebrating 4th of july weekend. i hope you are too. send us in how you are celebrating your proud american photos friends @ fox news.com. we have been showing them all morning long. >> check this one out. katherine sent this one in of her husband jack sitting on a couch that he made entirely out of beer cans. i don't throw around the term genius often. [laughter] >> when i do, i really mean it. >> it is a beer chair. that is cool. >> that is amazing. sharon sends us this photo of her creative grandson jonas and his sidewalk chalk art. look at that. >> looks like he is holding it. very cool.
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katie sends us this picture of her son captain will and his friend anthony during their time in flight school for the u.s. air force >> thank you for your service. >> here's cindy's son who can't get enough of the stars and stripes. holding it up, wearing it, and painting it on his chest. >> i love that. that's amazing. >> well, president trump yesterday maybe he will send us a photo. >> he doesn't need to because we have video of him yesterday at this celebrate freedom rally in washington, d.c. he was there in washington, d.c. talking to veterans thanking them for their service. he also fired off a few shots at the media too. take a listen. >> these american heroes risk everything so that you and i can live in freedom. they gave all they had, everything for their comrades, their country, and for victory. they like winning. we like winning again, don't we? i want you all and all of our incredible wounded warriors to
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know you have an entire nation of more than 300 million people behind you. and our nation's getting strong again. do you notice? we signed veterans accountability. they have been trying to do it for 40 years. couldn't fire somebody, they were horrible doing a terrible job for the veterans, robbing, stealing, hurting people. you couldn't do anything. and now you can say you're fired. [applause] >> what he is' attempting to do and has done so far at the va, the va accountability act is significant legislative victory. it makes you think if we had a different president, would we have gotten this kind of emphasis on the va, on the vets on rebuilding the military? we take for granted how much laser focus has been on the things that matter to people out there. >> that's a great point. there's still more to do, but this is something he promised early on in the campaign trail, top priorities. he's stayed on that. he's done some great things to make changes.
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>> he spent some time yesterday attacking the media. i know it is shocking. he actually took to twitter prior to his event in washington, d.c. >> maybe on air force one getting ready. >> he fired up the dial up mode you mean on the air force one and he said i'm going to take to twitter and say the fake and fraudulent news media is working hard to convince republicans that i should not use social media. i won the 2016 election with interviews speeches and social media. remember when hilary clinton wouldn't do a lot of interviews. he said i had to beat fake news and did. we will continue to win. >> there were over 200 days where we didn't hear anything really from hilary clinton. you also forget how many people president trump ran against even on the republican side. i think the list was like -- >> 35 or something. >> many of them, most of them had been in politics most of their life. they already had this advantage, like jeb bush, you think about who had all that money well before he started. president trump had never been in politics, didn't have the money, to his point figured out a way to bypass the media and
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all the politicos out there and proved he could win. >> he faced resistance then, still facing it now and still punching back. take a listen to what he said last night >> the fake media is trying to silence us. but we will not let them. because the people know the truth. the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house. but i'm president and they are not. [cheers and applause] >> their agenda is not your agenda. you've been saying it. i will never stop fighting for you. i am delivering on trade, on the economy, on the supreme court, on the 2nd amendment, on our military - -- for our veterans. >> the criticism is the use of twitter is not presidential. some could argue maybe some of his tweets this past week maybe that's where they crossed the
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line. he fired back and said my use of social media is not presidential. it is modern day presidential. make america great again. >> a lot of critics are saying you could be one way on the campaign trail. that's fine. but now you are commander-in-chief. you need to act differently to what he said no i'm a different type of president. we're living in different times >> that's right. one of his deputy campaign manager he was on the program earlier and said this is a metaphorical weapon the president uses and uses effectively. listen. >> the president understands the new media better than anyone. it is the reason he won. it is the reason he is the president of the united states today. really he uses it for one reason, to bypass the liberal media, which has become an arm of the democratic party. and speak directly to the american people, and it worked during the campaign, and it is going to continue to work. so what he is saying is i'm going to fight back. i'm going to stand up for myself because the mainstream media is so dishonest. he does get it. he gets it better than anyone.
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if he wants to, he's able to change the conversation of the day with a simple tweet. >> one of the other things that he said is that, you know, the mainstream media just angry that he's creating his own headlines and that back in the day, you pick up the newspaper, it should be our headlines as you are going to read. instead the president is driving the narrative. >> you are taking attention away from us. that's supposed to be our game. >> we debated it yesterday. i say more tweets. just fight because no one can change a narrative like he can. >> what is he going to do when twitter is going to go out of business? >> he will keep it in business. >> facebook. you can do facebook lives. >> i would like to see him do some snapchats. >> speaking of headlines today -- >> the failing new york times the paper that knows probably the least about the constitution or understanding how to interpret it, put out an annotated constitution this morning. i opened it up like i unfortunately do every morning. it's a big old document.
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you know, a lot of words in there. but more almost as much text with how they are interpreting it than the actual constitution. >> you would think this would make sense. it's the 4th of july weekend. it would make sense to have the constitution. mark levin was on the show earlier. number one, first of all, the declaration of independence was the document that was read aloud on july 4th. he's at independence hall. he said look, they are not focused on the declaration of independence. you are never going to see them print that in the paper. take a listen to what he had to say >> the principles of this country that we're celebrating today, the men who fought for this country, put their lives on the line, what were they all about? the reason why you won't see that explained in the new york times is because they don't agree with it. the entire progressive movement rejects the declaration of independence. how do we know? they told us this. we don't believe in unalienable rights. they believe your rights come from government and liberty also
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comes from government. they even say it. you cannot fulfill yourself -- this is why bernie sanders talks about free education, free healthcare because otherwise you are not free according to them. >> even before you open this up, he was pointing this out, they have a photo on the top of george washington and talking about our founding fathers and below it trump. good versus evil sort of thing, sort of like how times have changed. >> maybe that was subliminal message. who knows, just saying. this is a paper that, you know, has expressed indignation towards religious freedom, toward the right to bear arms, toward limited government, toward the 10th amendment which pushes power down to the states, and i did check it, at least their writing of the constitution does say freedom of religion. not freedom from religion. >> you still read that every morning. >> i do. you've got to get inside the mind of the resistance movement and know what you are dealing with on fake news >> he likes the recipes and food section. >> style section. >> i do want to bring some other
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headlines starting with the trump administration. taking another step to put america first. the department of homeland security now mandating that all 280 foreign airports that have direct flights to the u.s. install explosive detection scanners. it is part of the border ban on laptops that terrorists could use to hide a small bomb. the airports have three weeks to comply or face possible flight suspension. also, 27 states are now refusing at least in part to send their voter information to the trump administration. a special commission requesting that the data to investigate possible voter fraud during the 2016 election. president trump tweeting this, numerous states are refusing to give information to the very distinguished voter fraud panel. what are they trying to hide? these states have until july 14th to comply. what is more american than rescuing a bald eagle in washington, d.c. during the 4th of july weekend? oh, yeah. the great american bird found barely moving and unable to fly, but don't worry, wildlife
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officials expected to recover and be just fine. that is really a story, huh? >> nation's capitol, nation's bird on the nation's birthday pretty good. >> the bird looks kind of angry in that photo, been through a lot. >> yeah, gave him a little hair cut too. a little shampoo. coming up here, two dozen democrats are getting behind a bill to declare president trump mentally unfit for office. but should anyone take this seriously? we have a guest on deck to react. former president obama back in the spotlight taking a jab at president trump for more than 10,000 miles away. ♪ where are we?
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welcome back. over two dozen democrats backing a new bill that questions the mental health of president trump. the draft legislation would establish a panel to determine whether the president is fit to serve. >> but should anyone really take this seriously? >> here to weigh in is fox news politics editor chris stirewalt. looking dashing as always, good to see you. >> thanks guys happy sunday. >> you think about the democratic party and where they are in terms of winning elections. they've got a lot of work to do, and what their platform is, what they stand for, and then something like this comes down and you are thinking is that really going to get people to polls? >> i mean it will get some people to the polls. it will get people in those districts that are safely democratic to the polls. probably the best hope for them on this is that the president would notice that they are doing it and that he would comment on it or engage in it in some way or that his supporters would comment on it or engage in it, give it attention.
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if they could get that and reinforce the notion that the president is mentally unwell, they are never going to successfully remove him from office this way. >> people go to the polls and they vote because of an agenda, because of policy, because of things that will hopefully make their life better. you look at some of the bills that have been put on their desk to pass, sanctuary cities, and we have calculated the numbers here, you have more democrats that supported the fact that the president is mentally ill compared to kate's law, the sanctuary cities i mean talk about priorities here, chris? >> well, certainly on kate's law, the republicans have an opportunity in the senate now to put some pressure on democrats in key states. they have some opportunities here. whether or not they can successfully pass it, this bill passed the house once before and was defeated in the senate, they need eight democratic senators at least to come on board to get it passed. if they can't get all eight, at least this is an opportunity for republicans to show voters in
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states where they might have different opinion about this that they may be represented by somebody who doesn't agree with their values. >> let's -- a couple things here; right? democrats are getting on board this bill. they are not getting on board the healthcare bill. where do you see that going over the next few weeks? a lot of moving and shaking for -- we had governor huckabee on the show yesterday. he said trash the whole thing, it is a terrible bill. send it back to the states, let the governors deal with it. >> you still have to repeal it. and so the senator's idea that the president has embraced that you are going to hear i think more people come out and speak in favor of which is basically paul ryan's original plan. his original plan way back in march was scrap the bill, say that it's repealed, effective this date, in the future, and then look, i think everybody would agree that republicans squandered an opportunity in not having legislation ready; right? >> uh-huh. >> they didn't come to a consensus over the last eight years about what it is that they
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saw as a replacement for obama care. they didn't have it ready. so rather than try to avoid unhappy -- it is better to face them. to face that, you say okay it is repealed and the senator's plan is you get a year. we're going to give ourselves a year to come up with a remedy. let's work through the end of the summer. let's skip august recess. let's stay here and do this. the president's on board with this plan. others are on board. this really now represents in a big way the best chance that republicans have to take some serious action. >> the argument is that the deadline sharpens the mind and in that year they have to get something done. you think they will shift to that plan, repeal on a time line and then attempt to replace. as opposed to finding the additional three or four votes in the senate. >> there are a lot more than three or four -- there are publicly stated maybe six short, but the truth is, there are others who i've talked to who are out there, lindsey graham said it very well, this bill is either going to pass with 51 or fail with 35.
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with legislation like this, no one likes this legislation, including the people who wrote it. but it faces an unhappy reality for republicans. they have very efficiently effectively pointed out that obama care is unravelling for the individual insurance market, for these exchanges, and we're talking about 20 million people out there that are covered in this space. that's a lot of americans. and something has to happen for them before november or it will not only be a political catastrophe, but it will also be a huge abrogation of the duties and responsibilities of the government. >> your show with dana perino is on tonight right at fnc? >> 9:00 p.m. it will be great. we have wonderful historians. we're not going to do too much on the news. we're going to focus on what the revolution meant and whether those founding ideas, those founding virtues are with us still today >> love it. we will be tuning in. good to see you. >> i read his hash time report
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>> welcome back. some quick headlines for you, a stunning up set in the boxing ring. a former schoolteacher scoring unanimous 12 round decision against manny. the controversial decision earning him the wbo world welter weight title. dwayne the rock johnson is elizabeth warren's biggest fan. the movie start tweeting can't wait to meet senator warren one day. she has a big sized hug coming
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for all of the love. warren and the rock may both be considering a run in 2020 after he made a mock announcement on snl earlier this year. see about that. pete, abby? >> incredible video shows a former special forces operative turned aid worker dodging a hail of isis bullets to rescue a 6-year-old iraqi girl. take a listen. [gunfire] >> that's incredible video. the hero in that video has made it his mission to help victims who are caught on the front lines of the war on terror. >> joining us now, that man, dave eubank.
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thank you very much for joining us. that was taken in mosul three weeks ago. tell us why you are there. and what you are doing there. >> we're there because we think that's where god sent us. we love the iraqi people and that was a change in my heart which i attribute to jesus and we're there to give help and love and hope. also to people as they flee isis. we have been in the middle east about three years and on the mosul campaign for about nine months. >> one of those people was a 6-year-old iraqi girl seen in that video with you saving her in the middle of that attack. we can show just that video, but as we're watching it again, tell us what we're seeing, what happened, what was going through your mind in that moment. >> well, ma'am, the whole time we have been trying to help against isis, we have seen them kill people. starting in may this year it was more and more civilians being killed, and on june the 1st, over 100 killed. many of the survivors came to
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us, fixing them up and we went to see what was happening. a big highway across the first bridge in west mosul and they had slaughtered people in the streets. then we saw living people among the dead. so we prayed to god help. we called the americans, talked to the iraqis. the iraqis and iraqis coordinated. americans dropped smoke. iraqis gave us a tank. my team and i and a syrian refugee, we ran behind the tank to try to save this little girl. we saw two other men and got them as well. >> we've got that image of you holding that girl, really powerful image. what's the next part of that story? >> well, i had her in my arms. we actually got two more men, one of them we lost in the shooting. one of my guys was shot in the leg himself. we rescued the girl and one of the men. as i was running back, isis is shooting at us, the tanks behind firing. i told the little girl and i prayed first i said if no one adopts you, i will. and when we got clear around the
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corner, out of the fire, i called my wife because my wife and kids are there in mosul with me, at the collection point. i said honey, i have a little girl, hiding under her mom for two days. her mom is dead. she's not hurt but she's going to need love. we got to the medical facility, checked her, gave her a lot of water. got in my wife's arms and fell asleep. for the next week my wife and another iraqi family took care of her and the general mustafa. and now general mustafa is working on adopting her. >> that gives you chills. such an incredible story. thanks to you and everyone else who were such heros in that moment to save that little girl and other people. you say the iraqis love the americans and they love the current leadership. tell us about that. >> well, while i was there, you know, my heart changed. i love them. they love me. and literally gave their life for me. and i gave the same. and thank god i got to keep it. but what they told me over and over again is our military, your military, the american military doing a great job helping us. thank you.
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you're not killing civilians. you are focused on killing isis. you care about us. and i saw a humility and a respect among our military, and that brought the iraqis to love us, and they said please tell your administration back in america we love you too. please help us more. >> and how do they feel about how president trump is doing and his leadership? >> two things, one is they didn't like the travel ban at first, when iraqis were on it, they said hey we're on your side. and the second thing they said was we like president trump because he knows isis is the big threat and he's helping us so thank you. we like him. >> he's doing a lot for our military. thank you for being with us and sharing your story and all you and your team are doing to make this world a better place. >> for your service and courage. >> thank you. god bless all of you. >> thank you. >> what a contrast between the absolute savagery and isis and the good guys. he risked his life with his wife and kids to save another kid. >> he's still so humble. doesn't want to take credit for it. amazing. >> makes you proud to be an american.
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keep sending your photos in. you can't beat that one. that one will win the day. the president just launched another attack against the fake news on twitter moments ago and believe me, trust me, you've got to see this one. >> that is a tease. speaking of attacks former president obama taking a swipe at president trump from more than 10,000 miles away. one more fight, the fight for freedom and independence would be the same -- it wouldn't be the same -- >> no, never. >> -- without some barbecue. cooking up some wings. rick is already eating them. we will be out there soon on the plaza. the red white and blue, as in blue cheese? >> blue -- [laughter] ♪ new bike? yeah, 'cause i got allstate. if you total your new bike, they replace it with a brand new one. that's cool. i got a new helmet. we know steve. switching to allstate is worth it.
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♪ >> that's right. we have been celebrating proud america all weekend long. you have been sending us photos. mark sent this photo of his family riding in style at l.a. -- at last year's 4th of july parade >> barb sent us this picture of her daughter allison. >> very cool. we love our country so much, they have painted their travel bus red white and blue.
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you know, any good small town church has got a church bus. and they said we're putting it in red white and blue. >> that's why i love 4th of july. all red white and blue. we think about why we're proud to be americans. i wish this happened more throughout the year. >> we're going to be doing the 4th of july, who has the best fireworks in the country? i'm going to go with philadelphia. where our country started. >> i was in nashville last year for proud america. i would have to say they have one of the best displays >> philly will say we have the best. >> i'm going to go with forest lake minnesota where i'm from awesome fireworks. >> there are fireworks coming from president trump's twitter account. he tweets out this video. you actually were the one that showed it to us. >> yeah. president trump out tweeting this morning this tweet all it says is hashtag fraud news cnn, hashtag fnn. >> fake news. >> what we're looking at here is a video from when president trump is in the media. he was with -- what was it wwe and would sometimes show up as a
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character in wwe this is him body slamming someone from there with cnn's logo photo shopped on the head of that person. it ends with fraud news network. >> that's a real video by the way. that was actually president trump in the ring as you said back in the day wwe. they put the cnn on the person. >> wow. >> if you thought he was going to back down one bit, this indictment of the media, i think this is your answer right here. >> i like he's incorporating some video. maybe he will start using some video. >> i think he listened to you. >> you have been busy during the show today on the computer. did you edit that video? >> right. i said send some video out. please take a look at this. >> oh, gosh, we will stay on top of the twitter account. let's start with a fox news alert. an arrest made of a violent shooting inside a arkansas nightclub that injured 28 people. ricky hampton the rapper who was performing that night was arrested along with another man while performing in birmingham, alabama.
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the shooting as you can imagine unleashing panic. 25 people total were shot there, but all are expected to survive. thank goodness. and more news this time claiming there is bad blood between president trump and vice president mike pence. this morning the president's former campaign manager denied that report to us, when he joined just a short time ago. >> there's no stronger bond in this administration than the president and the vice president of the united states. these two men work closely together day in and day out. >> well, this morning the white house also flatly denying that report that cites so called republican sources. so once again, a report that may not be true. there's this former president obama heading overseas before taking a swipe at president trump. he told a crowd in indonesia
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quote we are seeing a rise in an aggressive kind of nationalism. we start seeing both in developed and developing countries an increased resentiments about minority groups and bad treatment of people who don't look like us or practice the same faith as us. i don't think the future favors strong men. i believe the future favors those who promote tolerances who are open to differences and learn from everyone. well obama is currently on a ten-day vacation in jakarta. and remember when all of these celebrities claimed they were going to go to canada. remember that because trump was elected. well it looks like everyone has chickened out. no one actually went. new stats show the number of people applying to move across the border over to canada rose just about 4% from 2016 to 2017. that's hardly a mass exodus. as for visas issued to people from the u.s., that increased just 1%. wow. >> okay. have fun in canada. [laughter] >> none of those celebrities followed through, shocker. >> are you surprised by that? >> not one bit.
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>> out to clayton for some more barbecue i'm hoping. clayton and rick? >> that's right. thank you guys. it is the 4th of july weekend. we are celebrating all morning with some delicious barbecue on the plaza. >> the chef is back. author of a cook book. that is good too. >> we are cooking some chicken today. >> we are. earlier we did ribs and today right now we're going to do some chicken wings. we have a red white and blue smoked chicken wing recipe. this is the blue portion of it. okay? >> because it is raw. >> because it is raw right now. it is a super simple recipe. we're going to take the raw chicken wings, spice them up, season them up with some celery salt. we're going to add some black pepper. the hotter you want them, the spicier you want them, the more black pepper you put on them. and then we're going to put those wings on to --. guys, this is our latest smoker
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that is thermal temp technology that basically allows you to guarantee temperature control. this one is available at home depot and lowe's. >> i see there's a propane tank associated -- associated with this one. >> yes, our electric smokers are digital control. this is pro pane. instead of electric we are doing propane. >> you put whatever woodchips you want for the flifr; right? -- flavor; right? >> woodchips down at the bottom here. all of your smoked flavor is coming from the woodchips. the heat source comes from the propane or electric. >> doesn't really matter they are way. >> really doesn't matter. we got our smokers available at retailers all over the country, sam's, wal-mart, you can get the retailers and the recipes on-line. our wings have been smoking for one hour. we take them off. we transport them -- are you joining us? >> he wasn't supposed to be out here. but when there's food --
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>> food, pete comes running. >> keep going, guys. >> transfer these wings to an aluminum tray, and then we're going to make the blue salts. okay? -- blue sauce. okay? this sauce is made up of olive oil, molasses, hot sauce and blue cheese dressing. put that on. >> you put the blue cheese with it so you don't have to dip it afterwards. >> there you go. so now we've got that completely coating our wings so they've been now for an hour, we're going to put them back on the smoker for 30 minutes. what that does, guys, is that takes these wings, and it bakes that sauce on to the wings. so we transfer it here and we're going to take these wings off right here. >> we have a hungry crowd out here, john. >> wow, look at that. are you ready for some of that? >> we are. >> the barricade is about to break down over there. [laughter] >> so guys, you think about the 4th of july.
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>> smell of freedom. >> go get a smoker and let it do all the work for you in your backyard. spend time with your family, your friends. >> yeah. >> happy 4th of july. >> happy 4th of july. we love you, john. thank you very much. we want to point out, pete was not supposed to be in this. can we get a shot of our teleprompter here? rick and i are supposed to be doing this segment. it says there clayton and rick. [laughter] >> i'm sorry, i needed more time. i can't help it. >> it is like the bugs bunny cartoon, smelled the smoke from inside and carried away. >> i didn't want to. i had to. >> i love it. >> is it good? >> i actually told pete to go out there and to bring me inside some barbecue. i think he ate it all. thanks a lot, pete. >> abby, i will bring some wings in for you. >> you are so sweet. i can smell it from in here. smells amazing. the mainstream media in hysterics once again, this time over the president's mental health. watch this.
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>> he keeps getting worse. and mentally keeps getting worse. this is a man in decline. >> are they finally taking things too far? judge alex with his verdict and i'm sure he's got one. that's up next. if you need some backyard games for the 4th of july, we have some coming up for you. stay with us. ♪
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well the mainstream media in hysterics once again this time over the president's mental health. watch. >> he keeps getting worse. and mentally keeps getting worse. this is a man in decline. >> unwritten rule in the
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psychiatric community that nobody diagnoses from a afar. >> he is literally to the point where there is concern about his health. >> he's not well. he's not of sound mind. >> donald if you are watching we're from queens i will meet you in the schoolyard brother. >> are they finally taking things too far? here to weigh in is the former miami-dade county circuit court judge judge alex ferrer. thank you very much for being here this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> what do you think of all this back and forth? >> well, i mean, it's of course the mental illness is a touchy subject. we've all known that couldn't take criticism or didn't take criticism as well. obviously president trump believes that criticism is unwarranted and malicious, at least. but we wouldn't call the people that we've worked with who would slam you back if you criticized them mentally ill. that's not the label that we would use. now, of course when you're dealing with the president of the united states, the power is so huge, if a journalist really believes that there's evidence of mental illness, suppose they
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have to take some action. the problem is that the media, number one, has no legitimate basis to claim he's mentally ill other than the fact they feel his responses are inappropriate for the office of the president. >> are there any rules then? go ahead, finish. >> no, not really. we can see the media does whatever it wants. it's done so since before president trump was elected. which leads to my second point which the media doesn't have any credibility when it comes to this. i mean, you think back, before he was president, they were basically scheming to keep him from being president. so much so that they had to apologize for their news coverage after he was elected. after he was elected, then there were all these suggestions that electors didn't have to vote that way, that they could vote their conscience to keep him from actually getting elected by the electoral college. it's been every day 24/7 an attempt to undermine anything he does with negative coverage around the clock. i think even the most well balanced individual would have a difficult time not going after
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such an onslaught on almost every media outlet. if you want to claim that president trump is mentally ill because he responds in that fashion and i certainly don't agree with a lot of his responses, then what do you say about the journalists who basically are foaming at the mouth at every opportunity to take a shot at him and driving themselves insane about anything he does? >> yeah and calling themselves independent and unbiassed in the process. >> and there's clearly so much evidence to the contrary. i mean it seems like every other day we're finding evidence that this is anything but clear -- fair and unbiassed coverage. so -- >> judge i want to get your take on the travel ban from the court perspective. travel ban is place. court challenges begin of course. now there's these additional challenges up against what the supreme court has laid down while they take this up into the fall. what do you make of this? do those challenges hold any water at all? >> well, i think some of them will. and i also think that justice thomas predicted as much. he said if the language that we're using when we're saying --
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this was a win of course for president trump because his travel ban was basically left in place with the exception of any individuals who had a quote unquote bona fide relationship with individuals or entities in the u.s. as far as individuals are concerned, they said a bona fide relationship was a close familial relationship. those terms leave a lot to interpretation. so the trump administration came in and said okay, we think that parents and children and siblings etc. are close familial relationships but we don't grandparents and grandchildren are. that's going to be a legitimate challenge. the supreme court said mothers-in-law are how can you say a mother-in-law is but a grandparent is not? there will be legitimate challenges. there will also be those out there who want to undermine anything president trump does. and they will take the opportunity to challenge him in front of courts that are enemies basically. >> judge, thank you for being here. have a great holiday. >> you too. you have the food and drinks but what about the games for your backyard barbecue? we have you covered.
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>> we here on the surface of a sun right now. >> yeah, the 4th of july is right around the corner. time for a quick barbecue checklist. did you remember to get some backyard games? >> if not, don't worry. we have got you covered. but not with anything that will keep the sun out of our heads. popular hand crafted games courtesy of the folks at etsy. >> here to walk us through them is etsy trend expert. what do you have out here? >> etsy is the destination for all your hand crafted and unique goods. i wanted to share some of our special pieces for outdoor games. to kick t off we have from the
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common sign shop, these are custom game signs. so they are only $13. what makes them so special is that you can get it customized with the color of the font and the name of the game. so now to the games. we have rings to here. this is by the etsy -- yeah, try it out. this is the wooden tree boutique. this is $85 and again, when you're working with an etsy seller, it is great because you can customize it. so we had -- nice job! so we customized it for the 4th of july. >> that is adorable. i love that. >> yes. this is by the northern lumberjack shop. and again, because you're working with an etsy seller, you can customize it. you see the last names are here. >> you can put your name on it, a logo on it. >> great for a gift, great for your own backyard. it is like -- >> yard scrabble? >> yes, the yard scrabble.
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this seller likes to call it yabble. this and the tic tac toe. it is $100, a great way to get the entire family involved and outside. out in the yard. >> i love that. one of my favorite games of all time is corn hole. >> yes, this is by crafted corn hole and again because -- here i will toss it to you and you can try it out. this is completely customized. so there's a lot of different levels, but this is by crafted corn hole. it is 275. but you're talking about you are giving almost -- you're giving them -- nice job! you are giving them the image and they are custom building the entire set for you. >> we will be right back. we're going to play some more games. >> thank you very much. >> thank you so much. ♪ there's a denture adhesive that holds strong until evening.
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the amazing storms that went through new york city yesterday left this double rainbow >> look at that. that is amazing. >> beautiful. >> thanks for joining us. >> have a great sunday. log on to fox and friends.com for the after the show show. did you have a good day? [cheers] >> see you tomorrow, everyone! >> good morning. senate republicans head into the 4th of july without a deal on healthcare. the house intel committee looking for answers from a key figure in the obama administration. and protecting our borders, congress gets tough on illegal immigration. hello everyone. i'm sandra smith in for maria bartiromo. and this is "sunday morning futures". the holiday weekend is here. and there is no senate republican deal yet on healthcare. is reforming medicaid the key? senator pat toomey helps work on the senate bill. he will join us live.

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