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trained to breaking news this morning in a busy night in cleveland this night and thinks that the gop nomination. ted cruz strossen whose from the crowd after stopping short of endorsing donald trump did it tuesday morning. i am nicole petallides. lauren: good morning. i am training for. a preview of tonight's big night as it closes at the republican convention. nicole: blue chips stock continues another bad. american main street days of gains that the longest winning streak in three years. checking u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening
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bell. dow futures down 21. s&p futures down to peer lauren: and china to shanghai composite rising .4%. nicole: oil prices in half of 1% yesterday, still hovering around four to $5 a barrel. 4581 to be suffice. lauren: intel thinking after reporting disappointing sales about if i were a number 7% as it wrapped up second-quarter profit. nicole: elon musk wants to get the electric car company into the truck business. lauren: the new york yankees beat the baltimore orioles again and i hope the rest of us move into first place. in boston amanda palmer and sends favorite band. we will have the highlights. nicole: 5:01 a.m. we welcome you right here to "fbn:am." this is your first look at today's markets, the latest breaking isn't what to expect a day ahead.
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lauren: texas senator and former gop presidential candidate ted cruz booed after he did not endorse donald trump last night at the republican national convention. >> stand and speak and vote your conscience. vote for candidates up and down the ticket, who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the constitution. after that, lauren: did did his reaction same type crews got booed off the stage. didn't honor the pledge. i saw his speech two hours early, but let them speak anyway. no big deal. hillary clinton's campaign treating out vote your conscience. true trump got plenty of support, including running mate mike pence and his second son eric term. here are some of those highlights. >> this team is ready. our party is ready.
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when we elect donald trump, the 45th president of the united states, together we will make america great again. >> is inspired multiple generations including my own, millennial psych myself with so little faith in our politicians that they no longer even consider public service to be a noble career. >> every american should be terrified at the prospect of a hillary clinton presidency. hillary clinton has been righted the center of his dishonesty. >> mckellar quick comment on this going to cut taxes. unlike gore obama and hillary clinton, donald trump's take seriously the threat from islamic radicals and is committed to rebuilding military. >> america can you have a choice. you decide. you deserve better because america deserves better.
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lauren: for more on this in a preview of the final day of the convention, we will have a live report from you from cleveland to just a few minutes. lauren: meanwhile, it are but protesters tried to burn american flags. take a look at this video right here. a demonstrator said in a flag on fire. police quickly extinguished it. two officers suffered minor injuries. the group called revolutionary communist party said it tried to burn flags as a political statement about the crimes of the american empire. nicole: the family of a young boy killed by an alligator at walt disney world in june say they will not take any legal action against the thing part. the parents of nebraska issued a statement saying they want to focus on the family's future health. 2-year-old lane crisis pulled into the water by an alligator despite the efforts to save him. the spokeswoman said she could not say whether finances
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eight-member settlement had been reached with disney world. the president said the company continues to provide support for the family. lauren: we will start initiative. docs to the upside with hopes of additional stimulus feeling the nikkei in japan up 0.8%. the shanghai composite up getting half of a percent. the costly and south korean movie lover by 51%. nicole: the breaking news to mention for the status in japan. the bank of japan said no way, no helicopter money. the ftse down one third of 1%. the cac in london and france and the german dax down roughly one third of 1%. today is the big european central bank meeting. it is more likely in the month going forward. maybe more later in the year. nicole: speaking of central banks, the rally we've seen in
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u.s. stocks over the past nine days is fueling our mark its two day perhaps i will talk about raising interest rates again. 40% chance of a hike. coming in december, looking at u.s. futures now we have a slight pullback. dow futures on 24 points close at another record high yesterday. s&p futures down 2.5 points. the nasdaq at its highest level of the entire year pulling back three points this morning. nicole: let's check out commodities. dropped below 45. 4583. we did have a drive down yesterday. that was some good news there that helped oil along and energy stocks as well. 1328 troy ounce. lauren: sender type or speech that income supporters angry last night. peter ducey live in cleveland and also a preview of the final
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day of the republican national convention. good morning happy birthday, peter. true to its your? happy birth day, peter doocy. reporter: what a way to spend it. very excited to be here. especially after last night. donald trump is the nominee, that type cruz gave a speech that was mostly about ted cruz and got him booed across the stage. he told people to vote their conscience. because of that, a top rnc official told us the speech was classless. donald trump who appeared in the crowd while cruz was speaking and diverted a lot of attention away from the stage says that he knew it was coming. as for tonight's program, trumps daughter has been given a high-profile speaking slot brake before her dad. she will introduce 10 and will give us new insight into what she plans to include in her remarks. >> people don't see his warmth
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and has compassion and he has tremendous warmth and tremendous compassion. he just tends to show the sides of themselves. for me it's much easier to express the amazing things about him as a person, as a father and a spot reserved in terms of expressing those things themselves. >> other speakers tonight look forward oklahoma governor mary fallin, the influential evangelical leader and president jerry falwell junior who cofounded paypal and rnc chairman working feverishly for a delicate revolt against donald trump and it looked like it worked because of course trump is set to accept the nomination to close at their convention in cleveland tonight. back to you in new york. lauren: peter, thank you very
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much. nicole: thanks, peter. enjoy your last day there. investors sharing sales was lower than expected growth. there is a look at the bed of the close yesterday at 3569. 3453. 3472. intel falling 3% overall second-quarter revenue rose to $13.5 billion. that didn't miss the forecast. intel's profit beat expert patient. they broaden in response to demand for personal computers. >> crocheters rallying about 6% right now in the premarket after the online retailer reported second-quarter revenue and raised its sales forecast for the year. ebay announced additional $2.5 billion stock buyback. nicole: tesla ceo elon musk and an expansion plan on that
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website. wants to broaden tesla to ask her suvs. as well as car sharing and solar energy system. moscow and the plan for carbon free energy enterprise, one that would offer a wide range of vehicles and products and services beyond electric cars and batteries. he adventures -- very smartphone now. stock is located a dollar to higher this morning. lauren: vocals are too ambitious ambitious for the company. passengers flying today packs and patience and get to the airport early. hundreds of sites across the country were delayed or canceled after technical problems prevented people from checking in or ordain their flight. >> we got here two hours early but we've been online for almost two hours. i don't know for the miss our flight or not. lauren: southwest edison manually check in passengers at
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the airline check in for flights to check their flight status online and arrive at the airport early because long winds are good. nicole: nobody likes that. anheuser-busch has cleared another hurdle. the justice department the justice department sent enough of the $100 billion deal. department of justice approval after the company's degree to several conditions. it makes budweiser agreed to allow antitrust officials to review its future craft distributor acquisition. the belgian-based brewer will be prohibited from creating incentive programs that encourage independent distributors to sell and promote his peers over rivals. lauren: earnings season continues to roll on. the automaker expected to report solid earning growth of 18% a year ago. analysts look for higher revenue. investors optimistic sentiment stuck up 11 days in about for the longest losing streak since the reorganized gm at public in
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2010. who else they are from starbucks after the bell. earnings and revenue growth expected to show sharp gains from the year ago and a series of health scares including e. coli and e. coli and the number of virus expected to take a bite out of chipotles second line. second order earning to plunge 80% from last year with revenue moving down by 12%. nicole: coming up, mike pence accept the republican vice presidential nomination. we will look at the changing role of the vice president. >> mike pence may not go the traditional role of being attacked out, but he still has an important role to play. nicole: you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market then breaking news.
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lauren: good morning. 5:15 a.m. many of the indiana governor and vice presidential nominee mike pence firing up the crowd at the republican national convention last night but this praise of donald trump is senator ted cruz anger in the crowd when he spoke because he did not endorse trump. tesla ceo at you emasculate out its plan plans for the company's future expanding electric trucks and buses as well as car sharing and solar energy system. general motors among companies reporting earnings today before the opening bell. estimates call for gm to earn a dollar 52 a share in the same
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court of last year. checking in on stock market futures ahead of that down arrows across the board. .features giving up 24 points. s&p futures giving up too. the record-setting run for those indices are the nasdaq ended back three points. that's a look of this happening now. nicole: it would be greedy asking for 10 days in a row. i look at today's edition of "the wall street journal." an hsbc foreign-exchange executive was charged with fraudulent trading pit prosecutors claim the johnson and others traded ahead of clients purchase of reddish pants. pemco appoints van groups many roman. the goldman sachs banker believed in this recovery efforts. hollywood now worries about viewer scores, not reviews. studios that to websites like rotten tomatoes, which average consumer ratings into one score
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to signal they had seven assists. as with almost everything else around in the trunk campaign comes congressional presidential nominee may not exactly conform to what is considered normal and politics. fox news jay rosen explains. >> in a cycle like no other with the nominee atop the republican ticket, and active political orthodoxy in many ways. most strikingly donald trump striking rhetorical cycle obviates his need for his number two for a traditional role of attack dog. >> hillary clinton is the embodiment of corruption. >> trumping trump takes mike pence a bit off the hook in a sense he doesn't have to go out there and make the charge, but he still has an important role to play for explaining why their administration answers the questions that are on the top of the mind of voters. >> vice president nixon main effect attack dog during the
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midterm elections the "washington post" cartoonist trudeau and traveling the country by sewer. 15 years later, president nixon reduced spirit agnew cover radical black activists in the news media. >> americans have heard the voice before and i assure you they will listen to it again. reporter: as gerald ford ticket mate in 1976, bob dole decried the democrat wars and democrats observed the traditional arrangement. >> torch w. bush seems to come back to planet earth and get out of fantasyland. reporter: dick cheney transformed the modern vice presidency exercising power across all facets of foreign policy in some areas of domestic policy. joe biden while not obtaining cheney ask has been an important voice in the obama white house. white house. and that they make and store ready for his close-up, biden was in australia and on the attack.
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>> don't worry about our election. the better angels in america will prevail. reporter: to be sure, mike pence and make the case, but he will do so in a more measured and restrained way that his ticket mate and includes an expression of the piety and faith that it may pence a leading figure for evangelical voters. lauren and nicole. nicole: james rosen, thank you. lauren: the new york yankees beat the orioles again. in boston, it was a night of home runs in sweet revenge. those highlights, not you. they heed dell grips much of the country with temperatures hitting triple digits. fox meteorologist maria molina will have the forecast for you. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at morning market and breaking news. ♪ the american red cross
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they went on to rant about 97. the gift. the eighth time in nine games for the first place in the al east. a half-game ahead of the orioles. national league east leaving washington. again featuring a tyrant to run home run. that traveled an estimated 451 feet in the first inning. this was one of the longest ever homers at national park. lauren: some sad news for you. at 375 people are dead or missing in the worst flooding in years and china. the floods are cause by continuing heavy downpours in areas usually dry. hard-hit areas include beijing, capital city where hundreds flights have been canceled and losses have risen into the hundreds of millions of dollars. nicole: before you head out the door, look at your thursday forecast.
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fox meteorologist maria molina to tell us more. reporter: it has been a scorcher of their especially across portions of the plans. the forecast to continue out there and continue to expand eastward. in the northeast can you do it with temperatures in the upper 90s by the upcoming weekend expecting temperatures to continue out there, and a high-pressure continuing to dominate because of the combination of hot temperatures and high humidity levels we have a number of heat advisory is in effect an excessive heat warnings from louisiana to price it was on the and even in minnesota. her third area is ever they can to the humidity. minneapolis will feel at 105 degrees this afternoon and divide one away, and chicago your heat index coming up later this afternoon at 100 degrees as well with expensive or dominating pattern here. as they headed to friday and saturday, more of the same
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continuing in d.c. that is not even the heat index value could be at 98 degrees. otherwise looking at the threat for more storms across parts of the southeastern u.s. and also price of the great lakes. over to you ladies. nicole: maria molina, thank you very much. lauren: mike pence receives the vp nomination of ted cruz gets weird for not endorsing donald trump. >> who you expect to be faith to the constitution. lauren: we will have a wrapup for you and tell you what is on the agenda today. another surprise from tesla ceo elon musk says he's going to get the electric car business. we will tell you about it. dow futures down 28. s&p downgrade. after hitting record highs, the
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lauren: breaking news this morning. a busy night in cleveland as mike accepts the gop vp nomination of ted cruz draws boos from the crowd after stopping short of endorsing donald trump for president. and lance simonetti. nicole: i am nicole petallides. it revealed tonight's big mac or donald trump. blue-chip stocks continued record run. marking eight days of gains, the longest winning streak. checking in on stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. dow futures on 32, nasdaq futures down.
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nicole: japan's nikkei down three quarters of 1%. the breaking news is that governor bank of japan governor says no helicopter money come in the ambulance. lauren: oil prices gained about half a percent yesterday. still below $46 a barrel. flat at the pending right now. $45.76 a barrel. nicole: intel sink in after reporting disappointing sales for ebay selling over seven are sent as their back up solid second-quarter profits. lauren: another surprise from elon musk wants to get the electric car company into the business. nicole: the new york yankees beat the baltimore orioles again and helped the reds sox move into first place. it was a night of home runs in sweet revenge for ramirez. we will expand the highlights. lauren: 5:31 a.m. on the east coast bid thursday, july 21st.
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the month of july flying by. your first look at today's latest breaking news and what to expect that they had. nicole: former gop presidential candidate ted cruz booed after he did not endorse donald trump at the republican national convention. >> stand and speak and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket, who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the constitution. nicole: after that, donald trump greeted his reaction save ted cruz got booed off the stage. did not honor the pledge. i saw his speech two hours early, but let him speak anyway. no big deal. hillary clinton's campaign treated this. vote your conscience. lauren: trump got plenty of support from other key speakers including his running mate, mike pence and a second on eric
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trump. here are those highlights. >> this team is ready. our party is ready. when we elect donald trump the 45th president of the united states together we will make america great again. [cheers and applause] >> is inspired multiple generations including my own, millennialist like myself who have so little faith in our politicians that they no longer even consider public service to be a noble career. >> every american should be terrified at the prospect of a hillary clinton presidency. hillary clinton has been right at the center of this dishonesty. >> unlike hillary clinton, donald trump will cut taxes, curb spending and international debt under control. unlike barack obama and hillary clinton, and donald trump take seriously threats from islamic radicals in his committed to rebuilding the military. >> americana you have a choice,
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you decide, you deserve better because america deserves better. nicole: great sound bites they are. peter doocy live in cleveland with one the convention that the final day. donald trump has four kids to stretch them out. tonight is the final highlight of his children. >> a quick note about last night. trump is the nominee, but the ted cruz speech was most layabout cruised and it did get in booed off the stage. an rnc official told the behind the scenes at the part where ted cruz said people should be voting their conscience he thinks was classless good donald trump did appear in the crowd while ted cruz was still talking and diverted a lot of attention and eyeballs away from the stage said he knew it was coming. trumps daughter ivanka has been given the high-profile speaking spot right before her dad. she's going to introduce an.
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giving us a new insight into what she plans to include in her remarks. >> i think people don't see his warmth and has compassion and he has tremendous warmth and tremendous compassion. he just tends to show the size of themselves in more intimate settings and he's a very private person in that regard. for me, it is much easier for me to express all the amazing things about him as a person, as a father and his pub l-lima reserve in terms of expressing those things themselves. reporter: oklahoma governor mary fallin, the influential evangelical leader and jerry falwell junior and the venture capitalists who cofounded paypal, peters deal. reince priebus will speak as well because he was working feverishly behind the scenes for the last week and a half or so to stop the delicate revolt
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against donald trump. it worked. reince priebus will speak, trump will speak and then they move on to the general election. thank you. nicole: very exciting convention. lauren: exciting is an understatement. a group of us outside the republican -- the convention trying to burn american flags. take a look at this video. a demonstrator setting the flag in fire, but the police quickly extinguishing it. 18 people arrested. two officers did suffer minor injuries and the group called the revolutionary communist party tried to burn flags as a political statement about the crimes of the american empire. nicole:.thanks drew pictures very glad to see that appeared shanghai composite index in china gained 131%. the nikkei continued to gain on hopes of stimulus. the stimulus, no helicopter money. hong kong hang seng out in a bull market came up 20% from the
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lows earlier this year. that is half a percent. gold market there. you can see korea's cost me about one 10th of 1%. lauren: european central bank monetary policy and the mullahs are from ecb president mario druggie. the first decision since decision for weeks ago to leave the european union. the ftse in london done half the 1%. the cac down two thirds 1%. the dax and germany down 1% as well. nicole: u.s. stocks right now after nine days of gains records, dow futures looking down 39. s&p futures on 4.5. nicer features than seven. nicole: i wanted to be greedy and had 10 days of gains as well. all that grey box 1322 amounts. investors are selling shares of intel after the chip maker
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reported slower than expected growth for data centers. intel followed with 3% in the free market predicted out there overall rose $13.5 billion but that missed the street's forecast. intel's profit that beat expectations. the company working to broaden its business in response to declining demand for personal computers. lauren: at ebay shares rallied 6% in premarket after the online retailer reported that second-quarter revenue and read the sales forecast. announce an additional $2.5 billion stock buyback. nicole: tesla ceo elon musk and build a new for the website. goes on to broaden tesla to spending two suvs, electric trucks and buses as well as car sharing and solar energy system. outlining a plan for an integrated carbon free energy enterprise, one that would offer a wider range of vehicles and
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products and services beyond electric cars and batteries. he envisions tesla owners allowing others to use their vehicles through a smartphone now. i wonder how solar city will now get it. lauren: so many investors say they can't deliver the cars are supposed to as it is. why did venturing out in such a big way. if you are flying southwest, pack your patience. hundreds of flights were delayed or canceled yesterday after technical problems prevented people from checking and reporting their southwest flights. >> we got your two hours early, but we've been in line for almost two hours. i don't know if they're going to miss their flight or not. nicole: southwest is still manually check in passengers could ask for flights today to check the status online and to write the airport early because long winds are expected and they have to do with all the flights canceled from yesterday. nicole: anheuser-busch and the purchase of miller.
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the justice department signing off on the deal. the department of justice approval after the companies agreed to several commissions. anheuser-busch makes budweiser agreed to allow antitrust officials to review the future craft. the belgian-based brewer also be prohibited from creating incentive programs that would encourage the independent distributors to promote its over the rival. lauren: at air b&b has taken action to box the criticism that its model of courage is bias and discrimination. it has hired eric holder to help for the antidiscrimination policy. homeowners renting property through air b&b can easily turn down applicants based on their own biases. porter is looking forward to developing an implement of the company is calling a world-class antidiscrimination policy. nicole: wall street getting said
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that pay cuts. goldman sachs, jpmorgan and morgan stanley have cut their first-half compensation for employees the most in at least four years. data compiled by bloomberg shows the three banks reduce the amount of money they set aside for employee pay in the first and second quarters by a total of 17% to 19 billion. the reason for the cut is to boost company profits. lauren: earnings season rolls on the shares of general motors this morning. the automaker with solid earnings growth of 18% a year ago. analysts look for higher revenue. investors optimistic sentiment stuck up 11 days in a row. the longest winning streak since a reorganized general motors in 2010. the velocity or from starbucks after the close today. earnings and revenue growth expected to show sharp gains from a year ago. and then you have chipotle. after a series of health scares including e. coli and oral
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virus, are expected to take a bite out of the bottom line again. second-quarter earnings expected to go down about 80% from last year. the chart you called ugly, nicole, certainly is. revenue expected to fall 12% in the quarter. nicole: mike pence accepts the republican vice presidential nomination rallies gop faithful. we will look at the changing role of the vice president. >> mike pence might not fill the traditional role of being the attack dog, but he still has an important role to play. nicole: a look at the convention. fox meteorologist maria molina looks at when the heat that will break. you are watching "fbn:am," your first look at money market and wiki news. -- morning market and breaking news. and happiness♪
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nicole: good morning. 5:45 a.m. in new york. indiana governor republican vice presidential nominee mike pence for the crowd at the convention last night. but this praise of donald trump could undertakers angered the crowd when he spoke because he did not endorse trump had elon musk link at the same for the company's future. edition includes expanding into electric trucks and buses with car sharing and solar energy systems via general motors is among companies reporting earnings today before the opening bell. the estimate cost general motors to earn $1.52 a share up from
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$1.29 in the same quarter last year. let's check at u.s. stock market futures. nine days of game record for the dow and i said he had right now we've got to give a little back. dow futures top 35. s&p futures down work on the nasdaq futures down five. lauren: things, nicole. rejuvenating the hikes this year. today's edition of the wall street journal. nhs d.c. executive charged with fraudulent trading. prosecutors claim mark johnson and others traded ahead of clients purchase the british pound. many roman chief executive of the journal says the former goldman sachs banker will lead recovery effort and hollywood now worries about viewers scores, not reviews. studios looking to websites like rotten tomatoes which averaged consumer baiting thing to signal which movies are ahead of which are immense. back to politics now.
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as almost everything else surrounding the trend campaign, traditional roast of the presidential and vice presidential nominee might not exactly conform to what is considered normal to politics. james rosen explains. >> with the nominee atop the republican ticket, the union pence political orthodoxy, most strikingly sloshing rhetorical style obviate the need for his number two to play the traditional role of attack dog. nicole: mike pence is an man of honor and honesty. hillary clinton is the embodiment of corruption. >> trumping trump takes mike pence a bit off the hook in the sense he doesn't have to go out there and make the charge. but he still has an important role to play to explain why the administration answers the question on the top of the mind of voters. >> as president nixon made an effective attack dog during the midterm elections the washington
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traveling the country by sewer. 15 years later, president nixon in this spirit i knew i'd radical black at this in the news media. >> i've heard that voice before and i assure you i'll listen to it again. as gerald ford's ticket made in 1976, bob dole decried the centrist democrat wars and democrats observe the traditional arrangement. >> george w. bush did you come back to planet earth in canada fantasyland. traded in the wake of 9/11, dick cheney transformed exercising power in the bush 43 white house across all facets of foreign policy in some areas of domestic policy. joe biden will not taking cheney -esque status has been an important voice in the obama white house. but on the day the quicken loans arena branding for his close-up, biden was a master at and on the attack. >> don't worry about our election.
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the angels in america will prevail. >> to be sure mike pence omit the case against hillary clinton, but he'll do so in a more measured and restrained rate than his ticket mate that may include some expressions of the piety and faith is made pence a leading figure for evangelical voters. boeing and nicole. nicole: in sports and the new york yankees beat the orioles again and the red sox move into first place. in boston, we will explain all the highlights for you. a heat dome was temperatures that have been hitting triple digits and central u.s. in particular. berea mulino bull hub of a family game that's almost all the points you for the british accent. s&p futures down three, nasdaq down three. you are watching "fbn:am," your
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lauren: let's take a look at the latest in sports or the yankees not the baltimore orioles out of first place last night. michael pineda did not allow a run. mark to share at in his return from his latest entry. yankees moved two games about 500 for the first time this season. the red sox have two and h. mattingly h. mattingly propelled it to run. and the fourth inning, hitting ramirez who glared at the
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picture and said he will give them back to his next at-bat with a score of eight to seven. ramirez got his revenge with a homer over the green monster, his third of the game. the red sox go on to win 11-7. boston won for the eighth time they moved into first place in the al east. a half-game ahead of the orioles. breaking news to tell you the possibility of a russian olympic ban. the court of arbitration for sport says it has rejected russia's appealed against the decision to exclude athletes from the real gain is start august after the ruling will be taken into consideration by the international olympic committee when it makes its decision. russia's olympic officials at the final decision by sunday on whether the entire russian team will be banned from next month olympic games. at least 75 people are dead or missing in the worst flooding in years in china.
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the funds are cosmic tendering heavy downpours and unusually dry hard-hit areas including beijing, the capital city were hundreds of flights have been canceled. tens of thousands of people have been evacuated and masses have risen into the hundreds of lines of dollars so far. lauren: before you head out the door, it is high. it is not. let's get a look at the full forecast for this thursday with meteorologist maria molina. >> good morning. tracking hot temperatures and also high humidity. that combination making for some triple digit heat index value in the forecast this afternoon and even over the next couple days. we will see these numbers continue to climb in places like kansas city it could feel like 109 degrees this afternoon across parts of the midwest. you're also going to feel it in chicago 100 degrees in a minneapolis 105 as we head out
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the door. because of the combination, heat the combination, heat advisories and excessive heat warning. you are not feeling hydrated or too much sunlight. you could be looking at heat stroke or heat illnesses. they have these warnings in effect. the heat continues to expand eastward as they head into the weekend, take a look at the mid-atlantic and upper 90s in the forecast temperature wise for d.c. nu nerd. they will feel hotter than nodded briefly on the gemstones in the forecast across the great lakes. let's head over to you. nicole: coming up, we will handed over to "mornings with maria." stay with us right here on "fbn:am." we will see you after the break. ♪
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>> is for watching good morning to maria live from cleveland, ohio. >> the republican national convention in cleveland, ohio. you're watching a special edition of warnings with maria. maria: good thursday morning, everybody. welcome. thursday, july 21st life from the republican national
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convention in cleveland, ohio. cap stories at 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. another wild light entrée night. the men who came in second to trump still in the headlines. senator ted cruz booed by the crowd last night amid his refusal to endorse donald trump. >> stand and speak and vote your conscience. vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the constitution. trained to do with not all booze last night. indiana governor mike pence rallied the crowd, officially accepting the nomination for vice president of the united states. >> mr. chairman, delegates, friends and my fellow american, thank you from the bottom of my heart. i'd deeply humbled by your

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