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another edition of fox news watch. >> this is the fox report. tonight, new pieces to the petraeus resignation puzzle coming to light. what we now know about the mysterious women who ignited a fbi investigation of the man in charge of the cia. and lawmakers of every political stripe circling with questions about the timing of his departure. . >> he quit over a woman after the fbi uncovered his misdeed. now the head of the intelligence committee says she was never told were in trouble. >> this is something that could have had an effect on
national security. i think we should have been told. >> tonight, with petraeus gone from the cia, will we ever get the whole story about what happened the the night four americans were murdered in libya? >> and 3000 miles away from washington, in the vast mojave desert. a new effort to preserve a longstanding symbol of faith. fox reports live from the site. and-- >> americans honoring generations of veterans for keeping our freedom and liberty secure. >> a fox urgent. i'm harris falkner on the behavior tonight that ended the career of general david patriot. you may know by now, he admits he had an extramarital affair and quit suddenly on friday because of it. we knew it involved e-mails and questions of national security and a woman who was writing a book about him. and now this, just moments ago, sources close to fox news
and the petraeus family confirming to us, a second woman was involved in the fbi investigation of his e-mails and she was in fact, a close friend named jill kelly. and that's her in this photo second from the right, standing right next to general petraeus, his wife, polly. we're told petraeus and kelly were not having an affair, but she did receive e-mails from paula broadwell the woman whom petraeus was involved. how this relates to our nation's safety is key for you to know and understand. let's bring in national security correspondent jennifer griffin joining us on the phone from d.c. and jennifer start there, national security and why it's important. >> well, it's very important and every time a story comes out these days from about this story, the benghazi story, we keep having to-- we keep finding out it's not the whole truth. what we've learned tonight, i've spoken to sources that
are close to both the petraeus family and jill kelly's family and what i can confirm, jill kelly never worked for the state department, or for the joint special operations command or for com. she's a family friend as is her sister natalie of the petraeus family and what we can confirm that jill kelly received threatening e-mails that the fbi believed could have been an attempt to blackmail david petraeus as head of the the cia. they began to investigate and that is when they came across information about the affair with paula broadwell. however, we also cannot confirm that paula broadwell sent those threatening e-mails to jill kelly, the family friend of petraeus. there's no indication that jill kelly was having an affair with petraeus. the affair that general petraeus admitted to was with paula broadwell and his biographer, but what is
interesting, what is not clear at this point is who wrote the threatening e-mails that started this daisy-chain event and may not, according to both families, may not have been paula broadwell herself. this has been painted as a fight between two women over general petraeus, but it's not clear that's what it was at all. >> harris: and that's really the problem, right, jennifer? because if somehow or another someone had gained access to either her e-mail and/or that of general petraeus, that is a compromise. that is, it's not what you want. that's access that might be nefarious and that's why they were investigating. >> reporter: and the other thing, harris, it's not just that they may have gained access to his e-mail. we don't have confirmation of that. what we have confirmation of is that people close to david petraeus were potentially being, receiving threatening e-mails that may have been in fact an attempt to blackmail
the director of the cia. and so, there are more questions than answers tonight about who sent those e-mails and what was the nature of the threat. >> harris: yeah and that brings in the national security, because when you have the potential for someone at his level. we are at war, when you have someone of his level who might or might not be being black mailed, that's potentially very dangerous for the rest of the country. and jennifer-- also, harris, there's one other point i think is important to clarify, it's not clear that this is about an affair with paula broadwell at all. and the more questions we ask, it's not clear that that affair when it began, there is some indications that it began a year ago after david petraeus left the military. but there are many people close to petraeus who say that paula broadwell was a regular fixture in afghanistan, we know that, and that it was an open secret among his friends
and closest friends that he did have a relationship with her and that the fbi likely would have known about that when he went through vetting to be the director of the cia and confirmation hearing. so it's not clear why this is coming out right now. >> harris: very interesting. >> reporter: especially since he was facing hearings on capitol hill that bound to be tense with the senate and house intelligence committees and now we understand he does not plan to breach those hearings and we heard from the head of the intelligence committee request that he may come in as a private citizen and ask questions. >> harris: we may see him sit in that seat on capitol hill, may not be on thursday. we know representative peter king of new york, head of the house homeland security committee said last night, there's potential he could step away for a few days and gather himself and come back
and talk to him because he's a key figure and finding out what happened at the consulate where four americans, including the ambassador were killed. and jennifer, all of this days before those hearings, questions about what petraeus knew, if he could take part. but now, questions about who knew behind the scenes in washington that the fbi was looking at the head of the cia. >> reporter: well, apparently not many people knew. certainly the oversight committee on capitol hill, and this has been a trend throughout this entire benghazi story, is that the oversight committees and the intelligence committees supposed to have oversight over the cia knew very little what was going on both with the this affair-- this alleged affair and the benghazi incident. so, there have been -- there's been a great deal of secrecy surrounding the fbi investigation that led to concerns about this affair or alleged affair, and so, again, a lot of people on capitol hill wondering why they
weren't told about this potential threat to the director of the cia, why is it coming out four days before hearings where they were going to finally get some answers about benghazi? it just doesn't add up. however, i will add, harris, sources close to the petraeus and kelly families tell me that his resignation does not have to do with benghazi and that the revelation of the affair with paula broadwell does not have to do with benghazi, that's according to these sources. one other point of clarification, it's really curious why did the ap run a story tonight saying that jill kelly was a -- working for the state department as a liaison officer to the joint special operations command, which the ap wrote was based in tampa, florida. the joint special operations command, everyone knows, is based in fort brag, north carolina. it is not based in florida. so, who was it that was feeding the ap that misleading
information. jill kelly accord to go family sources does not work there. . >> harris: jennifer griffin with the back story. we appreciate it, jennifer. the story seemed to be breaking across this weekend almost hour by hour. we'll stay on it, if the news warrant we'll bring you back, we appreciate it. >> reporter: thank you. >> harris: new concerns tonight and questions from washington. you heard us talking about this, about why the fbi did not inform the people at the top, meaning the white house and others, and those in the intel community about the investigation that involved general david petraeus. now, the head of the senate intelligence committee, diane feinstein and jennifer mentioned her, saying she first learned about this whole thing from the media. she told chris wallace in a fox news sunday exclusive, when she found out it was like a lightning bolt. she says she's been briefed by the fbi and wants to know why
she wasn't told sooner than this, saying it could have had an effect on national security. >> we received no advanced notice. it was like a lightning bolt. i think we should have been told. there is a way to do it and that is just to inform the chair and the vice-chairman of both committees. >> harris: feinstein says she doesn't think general petraeus's resignation had anything to do with the hearings the upcoming, about the killing of four americans in benghazi. he may still be called to testify. two other lawmakers say the timing of this resignation is very suspicious. and republican congressman kasich, and they want to know wh what, who knew what when and what the silence was about. >> this was the head of the cia for goodness sake, we need
to know when they knew it, whether they briefed the president, if we have the head of the cia who is potentially compromised i would think and hope that would go to the president of the united states as soon as possible. and then the question is is so suspicious, days after the election, and then, you know, days after the election, and then days before he's supposed to testify. it's like a high "duh" factor here. >> a few days he's supposed to testify he's out. and he had to leave before he was supposed to go before congress, that doesn't look right, it doesn't smell right. >> congressman cha vets say he'll likely subpoena the general in the hearings on benghazi. the victims of sandy say this is it, they can't take it anymore. they are he' still without lek trichlt and how they're coping
>> victims of superstorm sandy, getting a firsthand look at the recovery effort in new york. homeland security secretary janet napolitano visiting hard-hit staten island. and fema approved housing and other aid for storm victims, but many people think they're getting the run around, lots of red tape and they want action, not words. this woman fed up, blasting the the long island power authority in new york for failing to come through. >> last night, i literally
stayed on my steps until i had to go to sleep because it was warmer outside. this is not acceptable, i have gotten all the papers that lipa asked for, and meaning i could have my power back, they were supposed to come on friday and have those papers in their hands. they never showed up, it's sunday and they're still not here. i want my power back, so do my neighbors, so does this town. >> utility companies in new york and new jersey say they are close to restoring power to the last of the 8 1/2 million people who lost it during the storm. saying the work crews are repairing the damage as fast as they can. and patience is running thin for many of them. anna kooiman is live in long beach, new york. the president promised no red tape, but we're hearing it's in droves out there, red tape? >> reporter: yeah, absolutely, harris. these residents certainly are struggling, but we're hearing that in new york, and new jersey, that 150,000 people are still waiting to get warm
and get the lights turned back on, but the numbers can be a bit misleading because they don't include tens of thousands of residents whose electrical systems are so waterlogged and corroded by salt water that the crews can't even get in there to try to fix that for them. well, after angry residents protested and angry politicians called for an investigation into the power companies, the long island power authority is contending their workers are repairing just as fast as they can and that 95% of customers do now have power. about 6400 linemen are working, they say, compared with 200 on a normal day. in addition to basic necessities, residents have been telling us they need donations of electrical wiring and equipment because there is very little on store shelves here and the red cross says they have invested 40 to 50 million dollars in superstorm sandy recovery aid. >> if you feel you're in danger, if you're uncomfortable, come to the red cross, come to a shelter, we have our arms open.
we have our hearts open, we've got our sleeves rolled up and they're a safe place to stay. >> well, out of the wreckage have come some amazing survivor stories. lenny and his wife were rescued from storm surge by neighbors as water flooded their home from every direction. fearing for his life, he flagged his neighbors with a flashlight only to have the neighbors risk their own lives to rescue them. >> i was on the guy's back, 210 pounds, he just held me on his back, walked me across the street, when i got across the street, i lost a grip because i have a little-- physical problem. and i slid down to the water and then i grabbed the bar and pulled myself up and they brought us inside. >> reporter: just happy to be alive today. we heard so many stories of that, harris. and i'm told by nassau county crew, you see the sand behind
me, when we rode out the storm and woke up tuesday morning, hundreds of thousands of tons of sand on streets and sidewalks taken two weeks to ar and two weeks to go, and the next process is sifting it, no decision has been made, but it's going to be redistributed somehow along the shoreline, back to you. >> harris: wow, you know, anna now that you mention that, i want people to get an idea that's just the sand in the street. imagine what's inside the people homes. >> reporter: they're not done yet, oh, yeah. >> harris: anna kooiman, thank you for the update on the superstorm sandy victims. the nation honors our heroes, members of our armed forces this veterans day of course. we'll tell you heroes past and present, getting together and remembering, she's precious. stay with us. [ thunder crashes ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood
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>> oh, well, many of you will have tomorrow off observing and today is actually veterans day a reminder to honor those who keep us safe. and president obama visiting arlington national cemetery and laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns and the commander-in-chief paying tribute to the sacrifices for those who fought for our freedom that we all enjoy every day. another ceremony honoring veterans of the world war ii memorial in the nation's capital marking a special day to remember the fallen from a recent conflicts, the vietnam war. national correspondent steve centanni is live for us in washington. steve? >> hi, harris, at the vietnam memorial today, he said each soldier who served in vietnam
includes himself, came home a changed person n a lesser ways, a visit to the vietnam memorial can also change a person, i was there today. everybody has a vietnam memorial on the list of places to visit when they come to washington and very few realize the emotional impact once they get here. the somber lines of people filing past the black granite walls, the names, 58,000 names carved in the wall, you can reach out and touch it and feel it and see your reflection in the shine i black surface, as if to reflect on the war and its impact on american history. a lot of raw emotion here as people remember their loved ones and they leave lists of people they leave little letters, in one case, a 12-pack of beer must have been the favorite of this particular serviceman, leave american flags and notices and letters, a personal connection people have to the names carved in this wall it's not just a monument, it's a living
memorial and it's the 30th year after they built and dedicated this monument for 4 million people come here every year, and also the 30th anniversary of the beginning of the war in vietnam. >> meantime, a nonprofit group is raising money for what they call the education center the visitors center that will highlight the faces and the stories of those who lost their lives at vietnam. and to find out go to www.buildt www.buildthecenter.org. >> harris: steve, a good look at the wall today, good to see you. a lot of details coming out about the scandal that cost general david petraeus his job. we're learning more about another woman involved how she was connected to the general and why she went to the fbi, and across in the desert, rises again, in honor of special americans, those who served our nation in world war i. stay close.
broadwell in the first place. officials say harassing e-mails from broadwell's computer were sent to a woman named jill kelly. that's jill kelly, second from the right in this photo standing right next to the general's wife holly. kelly was a family friends of the petraeus family and according to family sources was not having an affair with him, but when she got those e-mails she complained to federal investigators. that's when they started their probe and now the fbi about to be hit with a lot of questions from washington about their investigation. senator dianne feinstein head of the intelligence committee saying she first learned about the matter from the media and briefly told after by the fbi and she wants to know why no one told her sooner and more importantly, she's questioning whether national security was ever compromised. let's talk national immigration. a new plan is in the works to overhaul the our nation's immigration policy. two senators teaming up from both side of the political
aisle. new york democrat charles schumer and south carolina lindsey graham talking about the pathway to citizenship for the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants now living in the united states. >> and deportation is not going to work, fix it in a way we don't have a third wave the illegal immigration, they want more legal immigration and they want to fix illegal immigration once and for all, and after 12 billion once you secure the border, and you do nothing until you secure the border, come out shadows, pay taxes and for the law they broke and can't stay unless they learn our language and have to get in the back of the line. >> senator graham and i have talked and we are resuming the talks that were broken off two years ago. we had put together a comprehensive detailed blueprint on immigration reform, it had the real potential for bipartisan support based on the theory
that most americans are for legal immigration, but very much against illegal immigration. >> harris: the plan calls for securing the border and developing a document to make sure employers know they're hiring people who are authorized to work in the the country. the death toll rising from a strong earthquake, 12 people killed and at this hour, the focus is on the missing and finding them. it's our top story as we go around the world in 80 seconds. burma-- this video from the moment the earthquake struck, the impact rocking the northern part of the country, measuring 6.8 magnitude. some 100 homes destroyed. the quake also causing a bridge and a gold mine to collapse. pakist pakistan, thousands of people venting their fury against the united states and a rally organized by religious
leaders, and explosions of hate toward the uts and israel. while there's a feud. pakistan has taken more than 25 billion in aid against america since the 9/11 terror attacks 11 years ago. belgium. protesters marching against the ford motor company, ford closing one of the major european assembly plants by the end of 2014 and many belgians will lose their jobs. ford and other u.s. car makers are feeling the effects of the european debt crisis with car sales plummeting. china, more than 100 pair of squids gathering in the southwestern city for the annual twins festival. and china has a strict one child policy in most areas, but exceptions are permitted in the case of multiple births. that's a fox trip around the world. fox news and the weather, the winter storm we've been watching on the west coast is
breaking records and moving east. meteorologist maria molina is live in the fox weather center. >> good to see you. it's moving east and bringing a threat for severe weather as we head into the nighttime hours, texas, arkansas and northern portions of the state of louisiana, this system has some very cold air behind it so we're seeing areas of heavy rain, showers and thunderstorms, stretching from parts of wisconsin and illinois and missouri and once they wrap up and that colder air moves in, we see that transition into some snowfall and it could accumulate late, but generally, behind the system as we head into wisconsin down through iowa and portions of missouri. now, southern portions we have very warm temperatures we're actually seeing the severe weather risk and currently have a tornado watch expiring, expiring out and basically within the next 30 minutes across portions of southwestern arkansas and northeastern texas, but again, we still do have the risk to see the tornadic activity and
a low chance and keep that in mind and if you live in the any of the areas, northwestern parts of louisiana, could include not only just tornados, but large hail and damaging wind gusts in excess of 60 miles per hour. temperatures with the front is very strong front so we're seeing a sharp contrast in air masses, ahead of it 60's, right now in memphis, 74 in new orleans, and behind the storm, very cold. 27 in minneapolis and 34 in kansas city and of course, the storm continues to move eastward and as we head into monday night and tuesday we're going to be seeing rain across the new york city area. >> harris: yeah, it had warmed up quite a bit on the east coast and now i guess it's going to collide with the next system. every time i hear that i get nervous with the systems colliding. >> that's right, the severe weather risk, but couldn't seem like that will be a concern in new york city, the big story is the cooler air behind it and the victims from sandy still without power. >> harris: thank you very much, maria. in fact, let's talk about them right now. people who lived through hurricane katrina know a thing
or two about getting back on your feet. so, hundreds of them packed up and drove east to staten island, new york, to help those recovering from superstorm sandy. they say they're just returning the kindness that so many new yorkers showed them in their time of need. dan bowens of wnyw has more. >> new york, staten island, sandy ruined hundreds of homes and we found volunteers working hard to pick up the pieces. >> and the water height is where this is. >> flood waters reached above the windows inside randy's house and several people he didn't know helped him clear out the debris. >> touching, heart warming is not near enough a ward to describe how you feel when these things are going on. and people tyke time out of their life. >> and the neighbor was feeling overwelcomed, debris everywhere in the back yard and then this group just showed up and started
cleaning. >> without the 25 hands with me, i wouldn't be able to do anything. >> among the hundreds of workers and volunteers, who come to staten island today and there are hundreds assisting with the cleanup effort, we found this group, they drove up from new orleans, many were impacted by hurricane katrina. they know firsthand about the struggles that lie ahead in this community. >> it's called love. >> and jambalaya served from hurricane katrina victims, who helped those suffering from sandy. >> we pay it forward. you came to us with our dire need and thousand it's a little help from new orleans to you. >> i was on the other side of that line about seven years ago, we were lined up getting more things and it's nice to be able to give back. >> the outpouring of love and support and help is so overwhelming. >> and her family lost their home and they took these photos from the rubble, and they haven't lost their faith. >> nothing else, except for
family and love, and memories. >> i love this kid. >> and he brings tears to my eyes. >> kids always know just how to put it and did you see the big pot of jambalaya? mmm. that's dan bowens from fox 5 in new york. a terrifying scene in the dark of the night. a deadly explosion forcing hundreds of people to run from their homes. and military brides getting a big gift for their big day.
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dozens of other homes damaged, forcing several hundred people to evacuate the neighborhood. two people sustaining minor injuries and a fire lieutenant says it looks like a war zone, but the explosion not stopping. one neighbor from coming to the rescue. >> and sitting here watching tv next thing we know a loud explosion and the house shook and things falling off the walls and we got up, ran outside and looked around, there was insulation falling down like snow and next think we know you could see the smoke, my son and nephew and i ran over and the house was gone, but the house next to it the sound was caved in and heard people yelling. so we went in and pulled out two daughters and then the husband was trapped under a lot of debris, got him out, and then the wife was trapped in the recliner and finally got her out and flames started taking that house over. >> thank the lord for that neighbor. apparently it wasn't immediate obvious what caused it. investigators say it will take weeks to find out what caused the explosion.
a frightening landing when a plane skids off the runway, it's our top story as we go across america. colorado. snow and freezing temperatures at denver international airport causing a southwest airlines jet to slide into a ditch. >> all of a sudden, there's a bunch of rumbling and the things start to go side ways and next thing we know we were off in the ditch. >> and passenger, were bused to the terminal. no one was hurt. california, a twister caught on tape. >> saw what looked like a sand devil, a dirt devil, whatever you call them and it started growing and it looked like it had kind of see that dark cloud where they kind of v down and where it touches the ground and it was off probably a mile or two and it just got larger and larger. >> harris: but in the end, the national weather service calling it a fairly weak tornado.
illinois, a shooting clears out a shopping mall. >> somebody said that that, oh, my god, that sounded like a gunshot. >> police say two groups of teenagers got into a fight in a central area of the mall. they say one of the kids pulled out a gun and fired a shot, the bullet lodging in the wall. no one hurt, several of the teenagers now in custody. >> texas, designer wedding dresses for military brides for free. >> and this bride getting the gown of her dreams to marry the love of her life. he's 19 years army and he just came back from a deployment in iraq. >> and that's what qualifies her for the free dress, the charity brides across america donating the gowns. >> we wouldn't have been able to afford it, not this and i appreciate them making this moment, you know, happen for me. >> and that's a fox watch across america. >> it's a war memorial, which veterans had to fight to keep.
>> there was a lot of controversy over this at first, but a war memorial to veterans is rising once again for years, the cross sat on a special perch on federal land in the mojave desert. until it was ordered to be removed on the claims that it's unconstitutional. now it's going back up. capping a landmark case for veterans on similar public
land. our dominique di-natale is in barstow with more. >> indeed, a lot of hope for the veterans caught up around their own memorials, because the mojave cross today was reforkr restored and rededicated for america's fallen soldiers. restoration to a memorial. the cross memorial has been through a long conflict of the its own. first raised by world war i veterans on what became public land, it found itself in the center of a national row, separation of church and state that went all the way to the supreme court. >> it's been a 13-year battle, ups and downs, and told it has to come down and we cry over there. and then hear, no, it can stay and we're happy to have it resolved finally. >> while the legal fight raged on the cross was covered and
vandalized and stolen. it appeared with a note attached, but no clue who was behind the heist and at today's rededication ceremony a strong show of support, many veterans from america's he recent wars. >> this country has a place, a special place in their heart for veterans, for their sacrifice. and this cross is something special and it's sacred now. >> and it was conveyed friday by the national park service to the private hands of veterans of foreign wars which cemented the end of this debacle. >> well, harris, i'm not too sure, now they've got two crosses on their hands, what to do precisely, but found out saying, perhaps they can actually donate that to the local church and the next cement ration. >> the surgeon i has been a long one, and people who have been watching and following the story may have an idea, but it has a ripple effect, doesn't it?
>> it does, indeed. because there are so many around the country and here in california, there are several disputes going on about what precisely is going to happen to war memorials, if they're on public property. a lot of people saying that the crosses represent the christian religion, but actually the supreme court's decision was saying this one in particular really reflects the crosses of u.s. fallen soldiers you see in cemeteries across europe where soldiers fought and lost their lives in the name of freedom and at the end of the day it's not necessarily about religion, but something broader stiblism, harris. >> harris: how about that coming together on veterans day, dominique di-natale, thank you very much. continuing coverage of our fox top story tonight. a statement coming in now, associated press is reporting jill kelly remember the top of the newscast, told you there are now two women involved in different ways, in this scandal that surrounds general david petraeus, who suddenly
left the cia, as the head of it on friday. and jill kelly, a family friend of the petraeus family who received threatening e-mails from the computer of a former girlfriend, paula broadwell with whom petraeus was having an affair. jill kelly issued a statement to the associated press acknowledging her friendship with the former cia director and asking now for privacy. as we've been reporting tonight, the family says she and petraeus did not have an affair, but that she had received these threatening e-mails reportedly from broadwell or at least broadwell's computer and that's what tipped off federal investigators because she contacted them. kelly says in the statement that she and petraeus have been friends for years, more that be five years, she has, if you'll notice in this photograph, she's on the right there we've lit her up 0en the circle, to the right is the general's wife holly. that basically is their family photo showing they do have a relationship, she acknowledges
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>> wa, wa. nobody's perfect. just ask the atlanta falcons. the only undefeated team in the nfl and now they're not. pet peter schrader of fox sports is here. >> the falcons came in 8-0, best start they've had as a nfl franchise and put their long time rival in new orleans, and thought for a while the falcons had a chance at 4-2, incomplete pass and the saints defend their home turf and the miami dolphins of 1972, the only team to go all
the way through the nfl season and with the super bowl undefeated, and their record stays intact as the falcons become the last team to record a loss this year. >> how about that? >> if you're the super bowl champions, rather, you're probably reviewing some game tape right about now. >> you've got the bye week to do it. >> the giants came into the game. >> 6-3 and the record looked okay and they're fine, and they're playing with cincinnati and the bengals blew the giants out, and it's 31-13 and andy doulton, the second year quarterback looks like eli manning out there, four touchdown passes and bengals get it it and the giants go down 6-4 and they look the at it and say what happened in ohio? >> quickly, the cowboys defeat the eagles. >> cowboys defeat the eagles in both teams desperately needed and the big headline, the starting quarterback michael vick knocked out with a concussion and insults to injuries and the eagles are in
trouble, that might not be a playoff, ouch. >> harris: pete, always good to see you, stick around. what we have coming up is beautiful. >> i love beautiful things. >> harris: and that's how fox reports this sunday, november 11th. 2012, and before we go, a girl born on an army base, with a military dad, veterans day has been special. and new for all of the veterans and their families for service and sacrifice, we would not be the great nation that we are without you. ♪ o beautiful for spacious skies ♪ ♪ for amber waves of grain ♪ ♪ for purple mountains majesty ♪ ♪ above the fruited plains ♪