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window. >> she snatches the crown from the winner. she threw it back at the winner and stormed off. all of this at a beauty folk dance. good thing she didn't end up winning. >> that wraps it up for us. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. although we did not find clear evidence that secretary clinton or her colleagues intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified evidence, there is evidence they were extremely careless. >> i always knew and i always see and it's so sad that our system is totally rigged, okay? it's corrupt. it's rigged. it's disgraceful. >> and there has never been anyone, man or woman, more qualified for this office than hillary clinton ever. >> hi, everybody.
welcome to a special edition of "fox & friends." well, ainsley, peter, "the new york post" summarizes it, hill skates. >> are you surprised? >> i'm not surprised one iota. >> peter, as a lawyer? >> half surprised. half surprised. lots to talk about. >> boy, you're right about that. >> are you surprised? >> yes and no because comey spent ten minutes talking about multiple ways she violated national policy. >> but then, but then the operative word, however -- >> as soon as he said, however. >> it was a big but. a big but. >> but the fallout from the fbi's decision not to charge hillary clinton in the e-mail scandal already impacting the presidential race. donald trump immediately started slamming the fbi's decision. >> hillary stays silent as she campaigns with the president for
the very first time. >> peter doocy is live in raleigh, north carolina, where trump held a rally. peter, good morning. >> good morning. donald trump says the reason hillary clinton is not in trouble with the fbi is because the attorney general, loretta lynch, he thinks caught wind of reports that if clinton wins the white house lynch gets to stay at the justice department. >> if she wins, she's going to consider extending the attorney general, and you know what, i'm not saying -- i'm not knocking the attorney general. what i'm saying is, how can you say that? it's a bribe! >> trump also speculated last night that america's enemies may have a black mail file on hillary clinton filled with e-mails the fbi director now says may have been stolen from her server that was carelessly set up, and for that reason trump says hillary clinton is disqualified from serving as president. here in raleigh at trump's event, it was held with rumored
vp short lister bob corker by his side and just south of here in charlotte, hillary clinton campaigned with president obama. the two rode down on air force one together. hillary spoke first, stood at the podium with the presidential seal affixed to the front and talked about how important it is to her to continue the policies that president obama put in place. then he took the stage and said he's with her. >> i'm ready to pass the baton. and i know that hillary clinton is going to take it. and i know she can run that race, that's why i'm fired up. that's why i'm ready to go. that's why i'm with her. >> hillary clinton is on her way today to atlantic city to talk about what she says are donald trump's fraudulent business practices there. trump, meanwhile, on his way to ohio today where he will rally for the first time with another rumored vp short lister, newt
gingrich. back to you in new york. >> peter doocy was on tv at 10:00 p.m. and now on at 6:00 a.m. what are you, hourly? >> young and strong. >> reporter: i think so. >> you take after your daddy. hard worker. thank you, peter. >> all right. it's a bribe! >> isn't that funny? his sound bites, he's so colorful. >> so, you know, what we're going to present for you right now is because we have heard hillary say so many things over the last year or so. yesterday james comey actually was able to answer some of the things she has said so in the next 1:25 you listen to what you heard her say and what the fbi said and they're not the same thing. >> nothing that i sent or received was marked classified. nothing has been demonstrated to contradict that. >> seven e-mail chains concern matters that were classified at the top secret special access program at the time they were
sent and received. >> i thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal e-mails instead of two. >> secretary clinton used several different servers and administrators of those servers during her four years at the state department and she also used numerous mobile devices to send and to read e-mail on that personal domain. >> the system we used was set up for president clinton's office and it had numerous safeguards and there were no security breaches. >> it is possible that hostile actors gained access to secretary clinton's personal e-mail account. >> just wipe the whole server? >> you know, i don't -- i have no idea. that's why we turned it over. >> you were in charge of it. you were the official in choice. did you wipe the server? >> with a cloth or something? >> it's also possible that there were other work-related e-mails that they did not produce to
state and that are gone because they dleeted all e-mails that were not produced to state and the lawyers cleaned it to preclude complete forensic recovery. >> it's hard to spin that. >> it is. he's saying she did lie. she said i did not -- as you just heard, i did not send or receive any e-mails that were deemed classified at the time. he's saying that is false. we looked through the 30,000 e-mails that you sent us. 110 muof those were classified when you sent them or received them. >> it was a stunning and objective takedown and knockout punch in terms of what hillary clinton had said in the past. it's really an historic moment when an fbi director takes on a former secretary of state and the presumptive democratic presidential candidate and says that all of the statements publicly made by hillary clinton were, in fact, not true. and so what he was saying
sounded like a charging memorandum. the rationale of which an indictment is usually brought. >> right. >> he came to a different conclusion based on what he said was prosecutorial judgment, at the end decided not to recommend charges, but the substance of it, as you point out, a potential violation of statutes and the notion that hillary clinton was wrikless -- >> right. >> -- in terms of her conduct. >> she was extremely careless but just not grossly negligent as the law requires. >> the democrats say she's off the hook. >> she's not off the hook. >> "the new york times" on the front page says an attack ad ready made. here's james comey yesterday. here's what it comes down to. hillary clinton did some dumb stuff, some careless stuff but she did not intend to violate the law. that's the thing right there. >> although we did not find clear evidence that secretary clinton or her colleagues
intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified information, there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly class fight information. >> luckily we have on retainer here on the couch today a great lawyer. >> well, i appreciate that, but all we have to do is look at the written word. look at 18 u.s. code section 719 f., whoever being entrusted with national security documents, that's what hillary clinton said, through gross negligence permits the same to be removed from its proper place of custody, and comey said that happened shall be fined under this title or imprisoned. and so the notion is gross negligence. extremely careless. and a lot of legal scholars and this lawyer says it's the same thing. >> same thing. >> absolute same thing. >> so they could have recommended charges? >> oh, absolutely. >> based on what he said. >> oh, there's absolutely no
doubt. >> is it up to the fbi to recommend charges or should they just list the facts and let the attorney -- >> well, he listed the facts yesterday. >> this is unprecedented when the fbi decides not to recommend prosecution to a u.s. attorney's office, they usually don't make it public. >> they don't make a recommendation. >> but now the house and senate will probably be holding hearings. they'll want these documents under the freedom of information act because it's a closed issue. >> there is no regional prosecutor who would bring this case but jim calstrom says he disagrees. he's found several prosecutors who disagree. listen. >> i talked to two prosecutors that would take that case in a heartbeat and i've spoken to several different agents who are concerned for the agency they
worked for. it's not comey's right to sully that reputation. >> the fbi makes a recommendation. >> yes. >> but the -- the fbi guy is not the prosecutor. >> fbi director comey went the additional step. not only did he say he believed there was a potential violation of the law, he believed that it could not be prosecuted successfully. so it was one and two. >> loretta lynch, the attorney general, still could decide given that he did such a great job laying out how she -- hillary clinton had broken the law, she could decide, you know what, i'm not going to listen to you. >> she's waiting on her career prosecutors for a recommendation. >> she already said she was going to go with whatever the fbi recommended. >> she was a little squishy on that. >> what do you say? >> it's all politics. >> send us your e-mails please. friends at fox news. in the meantime, we'll hand it over to heather. >> welcome back.
>> great to be back. oscar pistorius sentenced to six years in prison for killing his girlfriend. that decision sparking worldwide outrage on twitter. some people saying it's too lenient pointed out the fallen olympian will only have to serve half that sentence. now the judge says she believes that pistorius thought the person in the bathroom was an intruder when he opened fire killing reeva steenkamp. the judge went on to say he was vulnerable without his prosthetic legs. another terrorist on u.s. soil arrested. investigators bringing him down after a three-month sting. they caught him sending money to isis and trying to buy military style rifles. documents show the 26-year-old said he wanted to replicate a fort hood style attack. he praised nadal hasan who
killed 13 americans. terror in rio. a former gitmo detainee vanished from uroguay. they say they have no record of him entering the country. they say he may be using a fake passport to stay off the radar. he's one of six terrorists to be released in 2014. more bad news for the va. there is a new report out that finds the agency that's supposed to help our heroes needs a critical overhaul and fast. a bipartisan panel detailing how to fix the flawed system. it's suggesting closing run-down facilities and letting veterans go to doctors and creating an oversight committee. the panel set up after dozens of veterans are believed to have died waiting for help from the va. dozens. could have been someone said thousands. >> thanks. in addition to hillary
clinton's carelessness, fbi director james comey said the fbi was a disaster behind the scenes. >> we also developed evidence that the security department was careless. >> what does that say about how she would run the country if she were sflez a man who worked inside the state department for eight years live next. then this video proves the customer isn't always right. why that drive through cashier threw that soda right through the driver's window. and you might have done the same if you were in that situation. we'll tell you. red carpet shows on tv now, i'm walking them. life is unpredictable being flake free isn't. because i have used head and shoulders for 20 years. used regularly, it removes up to 100% of flakes
any respect of the use of unclassified systems in particular was generally lacking in the kind of care for classified information that's found elsewhere in the u.s. government. >> well, the fbi may not be recommending criminal charges but the state department is reviewing carelessness. what is that saying how she will run the country? fox news contributor and former
united nations advisor joins us, rick, good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. >> i'm sure you listened to comey's 15 minutes. your take away is? >> well, look, she might not have legal trouble, but it was clear that the fbi director indicted her competence and her judgment and we've known this at the state department. if you look at a number of issues, whether it was her looking at the information about boko haram and not putting him on a terror list, a variety of issues when it comes to libya. obviously we know benghazi. you look at syria. she has terrible judgment. she may have had the title of secretary of state, but her tenure as secretary of state as the fbi director has pointed out has literally terrible judgment and she's incompetent. so i think she's going to have a lot of problems going forward because she's trying to hold the mantle of national security and trying to say she knows how to lead us. she can't even protect national
security information. that was clear. she lied to us and we've known this all along and now the fbi director is just making it very clear. >> he made it very clear yesterday in his 15-minute presentation that she was there -- she and her assistants were very careless with our nation's secrets. there have been some who suggested, you know what, anybody else would lose their security clearance, which when you think about it, can you imagine having a president of the united states who lost their security clearance because they didn't know how to keep secrets? >> they wouldn't be able to look at the information and lead us in the right way because they wouldn't have access to the latest intelligence, and that's a huge problem, but if you look at comey's statement, he was very clear under normal circumstances there are administrative and security procedures that will come into play and those are penalties. >> sure, but when he said under normal -- >> that means security clearance. >> when he says under normal circumstances what that means,
you know, if somebody wasn't running for president of the united states, they would lose their security clearance. should she lose her security clearance? she still has it. >> she should, cheryl mills should, and a whole bunch of people on the state department who are on those e-mail chains. the state department press corps here needs to get active. a whole bunch of people need to lose their security clearances and there are a whole lot of people behind them have lost their clearances and they weren't on a presidential campaign. >> joining us from cleveland, ohio. >> good to see you, steve. coming up on this wednesday, who was more excited about the e-mail's investigation results, hillary or the mainstream media. >> exuberant president obama fired up and ready to go. certainly fired up, pumped up president obama there. >> yeah. that guy over on cnn, the clinton news network.
. a quick look at some headlines for you this morning. once the most hated woman in america, there she is, casey anthony is now, quote, bored with her life. the 30-year-old lives in west palm beach florida five years after she was found not guilty of murdering her 2-year-old little girl caley. when she's low on cash she stages photos for the paparazzi and sells them to the media.
lawyers for bohbe bergdahl s he's not being treated fairly. the head of the fbi says hillary clinton was careless but not criminal in her handling of private e-mail servers so how did the mainstream media spin that? >> the fbi decision that could have derailed a campaign. the fbi director's scathing words calling hillary clinton's e-mail extremely careless but did she dodge a bullet? >> hillary clinton got some very welcome news today from the head of the fbi. >> this was the biggest day of hillary clinton's presidential campaign since she locked up the democratic nomination. >> well, that's some of the stuff on cbs. sort it all out from the media research center. dan joseph. dan, good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. >> we heard the guy at nbc
saying hillary clinton got some welcome news. >> hillary clinton got some really bad news. essentially the director of the fbi laid out an attack ad that the republicans can use against her that she was careless in handling our nation's secrets and yet that's how the mainstream media spun it. >> yes. this is a perfect example of what we at the media research center call bias by omission. they don't necessarily lie, skew the facts but sometimes they leave the most important part of the story out. that's how they help their preferred candidate. like you said, the director of the fbi spent 14 minutes absolutely destroying hillary clinton's credibility but the media spent one -- they spent their focus on the one minute where she was exonerated and where they were not going to press charges. let's face facts, that's not even really a news story. i think we all knew deep down inside that even if hillary clinton had been caught on videotape delivering a folder full of top secret documents to the steps of the chinese embassy
that loretta lynch was never going to prosecute her. the fix was in. >> dan, let's take a listen to another example. this was on msnbc, a political editor for nbc. take a listen. >> sure. >> the notion that the system is rigged, really hard for anybody to agree to that after you see what james comey did and how nonpartisan he took this matter. >> what was your reaction? >> my reaction was that i'm not a lawyer. i'm not going to take issue with comey. that's for lawyers to do. what i am going to say though is that the media is rigged and the media rigging this story is really what makes the difference because they are come police sit. they took a story that should have been all about the fact that the presumptive democratic nominee has been caught in lie after lie. she did not -- she deleted e-mails from her server. she said she did not delete any e-mails from her server. she didn't have just one device, she had more than one device. these were all lies and they are
come police sit in the democratic nominee of the party, a woman who wants to be president getting away with it. that's what really happened here. the media was rigged, it wasn't necessarily comey that was rigged. >> let's talk about that in this context. look at this with us from cnn and then react. watch this clip with us. >> president obama there, an exuberant president obama as he just said then fired up and ready to go recalling that campaign chant from eight years ago, this though in support of hillary clinton. if i could go to you first. certainly a fired up, pumped up president obama there. >> fired up, pumped up. is that the emotion of the day? >> i think so. i think that panel seems pretty pumped up and exuberant that they were seeing two of their heroes live on the screen and that was going to wash away the story that james comey had broke earlier. >> this depicts the double standard in the media. when you look at donald trump,
you talk about trump university or the things that the mainstream media harps on all the time, then you look at hillary clinton, four americans dead that we know of in benghazi and now she's careless with national secrets, it's not even close. >> you're going to see donald trump -- hillary clinton is going to give a speech about some of donald trump's alleged scandals today and you can watch and if you watch msnbc or cnn, i don't necessarily recommend it, you are going to see the double standards live in action. >> thanks. in the media research center, thank you very much. >> thanks, guys. >> coming up, ainsley. >> an illegal immigrant coming up with a new way to cross the border hiding in a piece of luggage. not hiding very well. >> in the wake of the fbi's decision to skip charges to hillary clinton, what is donald trump's next move? our political panel on deck with that. first, happy birthday to president george w. bush. he has got 70 candles on his
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tell me something i don't know -- oh-- ohhh! she slimed me. which i probably should've seen coming. [ laughs ] there is evidence to support a conclusion that any reasonable person in secretary clinton's position or in the position of those with whom she was corresponding about those matters should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that conversation. >> okay. so she was careless, but what do you think about the fbi's decision not to recommend charges? rick on facebook says this, peter. comey has allowed the fbi to be politicized. she broke federal law and her intent does not matter. more proof our government is corrupt to the core. >> here's another one from julia. truly a mistake by the fbi. how convenient that one week after bill clinton talks with ag
no charges are made by the fbi. what a corrupt administration all the way around. and what does sherry on facebook say, steve? >> the american public can decide that she will never enter the white house in january. she's talking about the big vote in november. keep the e-mails coming, facebook and tweet us. ainsley is here to talk politics. despite the fbi saying they won't recommend criminal charges, donald trump says she's still in trouble. trump tweeting this out. i don't think the voters will forget the rigged system that allowed crooked hillary to get away with murder. come november 8 she's out. donald trump, where does he go from here? >> we have phillip levine down there on the end along with former state department press officer morgan ortega and tony sayah. morgan, i'll start with you
since ladies should go first. what did you make of this yesterday? what was your take away? >> you know, i left the press conference not surprised, which i think is more of an indictment on our political system than anything. this administration has investigated and prosecuted more security violators and leakers than any administration in history. so i think that this is a big setback for the administration who said they want to being the most transparent. >> phillip, what did you think? >> i think the fbi did a fabulous job. honest, competent, independent. director comey deserves praise for the work he did. like everything else in secretary clinton's life that they investigated, nothing, nothing came from it. what i'm looking forward to now is maybe the investigator can investigate donald trump for trump university, maybe for hate crimes putting the jewish star on his twitter and possibly all the bankruptcies and everything else he's done to willfully defraud the public. that's what donald trump is about.
>> you compare this to trump university? >> hardly. the mayor just demonstrated that this gives the democrats the talking point they've been dieing for which is the fbi doing what they've known they were going to do all along which is to not recommend an indictment because as comey admitted is he knew he couldn't convince the attorney general to go through with a prosecutor. federal prosecutors don't like to go forward with a case they won't win. it's like the o.j. simpson trial. everybody knew he was guilty. everyone knows hillary is guilty, but the supporters wanted that verdict and they got it with james comey and the detractors obviously feel there was some sort of injustice. the burden now is on donald trump to make the case that jim comey made himself, that hillary is reckless, careless and lacks the discretion to protect the state's secrets by housing it on a server that had no protection. >> will it help or hurt the republicans? >> i think it helps the republicans?
>> why? >> i've been on a lot of presidential campaigns and any time that you're cheering that your candidate isn't indicted or going to jail, it may seem good for her but not good for the overall campaign. >> what's your thought about that? >> donald trump has a lot of investigations to get over. he is under federal irs investigation. he won't turn over his tax returns. look at all of the bankruptcies, trump university. the fact of the matter is secretary clinton made a mistake. she did nothing willful. she did nothing with any criminal intent. she's been in public life 35 years. donald trump is a fraud. donald trump is a fraud. >> that's your personal opinion, marin. >> i'm a businessman. >> there is a huge risk between saying she's found innocent and found not guilty in the regard that they didn't feel they had enough precedent to bring this case forward. comey in his ten minutes before he said we're not moving
forward, eviscerated hillary clinton's entire argument that she did nothing wrong, that there was nothing top secret, nothing classified. 110 e-mails, even the washington post -- >> out of 37 e-mails. 30,000 e-mails. she made a little bit -- >> 99.9% -- >> mayor, one is a crime. one is a crime. that's all that matters. >> we appreciate it. >> we're going to hand it over to heather who has some breaking news. good morning, heather. >> good morning, ainsley. good morning to all of you. breaking overnight, a man shot dead by police sparking a major outrage in louisiana right now. dozens of people holding a black lives matter protest. in the parking lot yelling and honking horns in front of a convenience store in baton rouge where this happened. brand-new video coming into our newsroom moments ago showing the moments that led up to 245 shth shooting. police responding that at ton sterling had a gun and selling cds in front of that store.
a confrontation broke out between sterling and two police officers and they opened fire shooting sterling in the back and chest. he has an arrest history ranging from battery and drug possession. an illegal immigrant going to extreme lengths to try to cross-country lines. this man, see right here in the suite case, busted. he's from air tria originally. he was busted after terrified train passengers heard moans coming from that bag. he was nearly six feet tall. he was unable to stand the discomfort. he was crying out in pain. his accomplice put him on a train in italy before hiding in the train toilet. both men were then sent back to italy. a guy who makes a hollywood living acting in movies with gun violence, well, he now wants to take your guns away. listen.
okay. this is a clip from one of his movies. we're talking about matt damon right now. he told australian media that he wishes the u.s. would conduct a massive confiscation of guns like that country did back in 1996. here it is. >> you guys did it here in one fell swoop, and i wish that could happen in my country. but it's not. it's such a personal issue for people that we don't -- we cannot talk about it sensibly. >> well, damon was touting his "jason bourne" movie by the way where he plays a highly trained assassin. e-mail us. what do you think about that one? wish we could confiscate guns here. a prank backfires when two jokesters try to scare a mcdonald's drive through worker. instead they get a drink in the face. >> you're not getting your drink. go. >> oh. >> oh, no! well, they blasted their train horn making her jump, but she
got the last laugh. she refused to serve them and then lobbed a large coke right through their window. ouch. let's head outside to maria molina where it is hot and humid. several states getting a lot of devastating storms. officials in rescue boats desperately searching violent flood waters in the dallas area for a missing police officer who was swept away in a storm. crews later found his mangled car but they fear he's dead. strong storms pounding the twin cities, minnesota. drivers were dodging downed power lines and navigating knee high water and a tornado tearing through the state. maria molina is tracking what's next. good morning, maria. >> reporter: good morning, heather. severe storms throughout the day and the next several days. it will remain busy throughout portions of the northern plains and also into parts of the midwest. here's the forecast for today.
you can see in south dakota, nebraska they already have an enhanced outlook for severe storms and parts of the midwest could be looking at the storms as well. large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes will be possible. the threat continues even into tomorrow. so multiple days here of possible severe weather across this area. otherwise, the heat continues to be the big story across the portions of the plains and in the southeastern u.s. we have a number of heat advisories in effect. here is why, we have high temperatures that can make it into the triple digits this afternoon like in dallas, tulsa, also in amarillo. the problem is you factor in how humid it is and the heat index is higher than what the thermometer reads. the heat builds into the eastern u.s. come thursday and friday. by friday in wilmington you could be at 97 degrees. let's head back inside. >> well, it is summer. it better be hot. >> true. >> into august. >> thanks, maria. he was planning a fort hood style attack. now accused of plotting an isis
attack on american soil. how the feds managed to stop him coming up next. >> because that is a fox news alert on this wednesday. plus, "the big bang theory" star caylee kooko is how you say it -- >> sparking some independence outrage after fans noticed her dogs sitting on an american flag. what she's saying about that this morning. test test.
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from virginia making his first court appearance this week. documents showing he made multiple calls and quit the national guard after he was inspired by hate preacher anwar al awlaki. he praised nadal hasan and wanted to follow in hasan's footsteps. he opened fire back at the texas base in 2009 killing 13 people and hurting 30 more in a brutal mass shooting. investigators saying he thought about following through with his plan to attack a military base multiple times and just last week he tried to buy two more high-powered military styled weapons but the fbi catching on and taking him down after a three-month sting operation. they caught him sending money to who he thought was an isis fighter but was an under cover agent. he went back to his native country sierra leone and talked
to isis fighters about joining. he faces 20 years in prison if convicted. just a reminder that the scary reality that we face today. >> interesting to hear how it all works, exchanging of money. thank you so much, abby. >> thanks, abby. you have heard hillary clinton's excuse for her e-mail scandal. it was all about convenience. one device. >> thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal e-mails instead of two. >> but the fbi director said yesterday that's not true. our next guess says that convenience came at a cost to our national security. he's next. >> and talk about cash cow. a cab driver finds $190,000 in cash. >> look at all of that dough. >> left in his car. >> how do you leave that behind? >> i don't know. wait until you hear what he did with the money. >> he took a picture of it. ♪
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got some quick show biz headlines for you right now. snoop dog plans to drop it like it's hot at the dnc. >> never thought i would hear you say that. ♪ drop it like it's hot, drop it like it's hot ♪ >> the rapper will headline in unity concert fraded by liberal super pacs. he is a long-time supporter of the clintons. and a star from the "big bang theory" doing damage control after posting a photo during her fourth of july weekend. she posted this picture of her pups sitting on an american flag which many people called disrespectful. she posted a long apology saying i have the utmost respect for our country. i'm a proud american in every
sense of the word. she's sorry. when i got to work as secretary of state, i opted for convenience to use my personal e-mail account, which was allowed by the state department because i thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal e-mails instead of two. >> well, that was hillary clinton writing off her e-mail scandal as a simple matter of convenience, but we now know it was anything but convenient after fbi director james comey's announcement yesterday. >> we assess it is possible that hostile hackers gain eed accesso secretary clinton's personal e-mail account. >> should she be held accountable for putting national security at risk? let's ask morgan white, cyber
security analyst and senior fellow at the center for digital government. good morning. >> good morning, peter. >> am i getting something wrong here or was hillary clinton putting americans at risk by virtue of her e-mail practices on a personal server where there were more than 100 classified e-mails sent? >> you know, peter, no pun intended, you could never let convenience trump security. in this case by using a personal server, unauthorized server, one that was not within a secure domain, one that wasn't managed and using personal devices, she put the security of individuals and operations at risk because according to director comey and something i said on fox ten months ago, this is already in the hands of our adversary, china, russia and israel have this information in their possession right now. >> you're one of the world's great experts on this issue. mr. comey said they couldn't track down whether, in fact, it
had been hacked or not but based upon where she had been, based upon the fact they knew she had a personal server and based upon the conduct he couldn't rule it out. how could they do it and how can they not leave fingerprints? >> the keyword is he said there's no direct evidence. what's the indirect evidence it was hacked? what happens is -- look, for example, president obama when he wanted his blackberry, it took half a million dollars and company called general dynamics to harden one blackberry so it could be secure. you're using off the shelf stuff but the svr, china, russia so these were known threats going into hostile countries from a cyber security standpoint with devices that can be easily compromised. it was childs play like walking into the bank and handing out $190,000 that somebody left in the cab. just give it away. >> watch this with me. paul ryan reacting and give me
ten-second response to this. >> sure. >> i think the dni, the director of national intelligence should block her access to classified information given how recklessly she handled this during the presidential campaign. >> you know, peter, it's something i brought up yesterday and ran into james rozan. why aren't there clearances immediately pulled? where is the administrative sanctions. we'll have to wait and see. >> thank you. appreciate your insight. how will hillary clinton answer the fire storm of outrage over the fbi's decision? one of her closest confidents will defend her in the next hour. you need to watch that. and the video has the interinnocent spooked. how in the world is this swing doing this with no wind. ♪
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♪ they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information. from the group of 30,000 e-mails, 8 of those chains contained information that was top secret at the time they were sent. >> she clearly lives above the law. he shredded the thing she had been saying all year long about her case. >> she lied to the country when she said she did not send classified information on her server. she lied. she was extremely careless. and frankly i say grossly incompetent. >> it must be bad for hillary clinton given the fact that "the new york times" today their cover story stern rebuke but no challenges for hillary clinton. meanwhile, the new york post
summarizes it this way -- hill skates. >> clinton gets away with it again. a bomb shell decision months in the making. the fbi deciding hillary clinton's private e-mail server is careless but it's not -- >> now the department facing some serious backlash from leaders on capitol hill. >> kristen fisher is live in washington, d.c. with the very latest. kristen? >> house speaker paul ryan now wants fbi director james comey to come to capitol hill and testify. and that could happen as early as tomorrow according to our capitol hill producer. speaker ryan wants to know why comey is recommending no charges after clinton after he rattled off a long list of violations. he said clinton did send and receive classified information over her private server and some were marked classified at the time they were sent. that directly contradicts what clinton said from day one. there were multiple servers and clinton used multiple device
across those servers. as for whether or not those servers were hacked, comey says it's entirely possible, potentially putting national security secrets in jeopardy. when you add it all up, speaker ryan is saying he's surprised that comey is calling her actions careless but not criminal. >> i don't understand that after he lists this laundry list of violations he comes to that conclusion. the point is she clearly lives above the law. let me say this, he shredded the case that she had been making all year long. he shredded the thing that she had been saying in her own defense all year long about her case. >> speaker ryan says this should disqualify clinton from becoming commander in chief, at the very least, he is calling on the director of national intelligence to block clinton's access to any more classified information. then there's this on going parallel investigation at possible corruption at the clinton foundation.
yesterday's announcement was a small victory for the clinton campaign, it is by no means over yet. >> you're right about that. >> thank you. >> let's dial in somebody who is sitting not too far away from where krisin is. jay christian, james comey said no reasonable prosecutor would try the case. do awe grie with that? >> of course not. a county d.a. probably in the middle of iowa could have gotten a conviction in this case, but that's not how this justice department operating. they're very good at not bringing cases against their friends. >> if you look at the polls, most of america does not trust hillary clinton. if they are voting for her, it's for different reasons. most people say they don't trust her, majority of america. you hear these sound bites this morning, we'll play a montage of why america feels that way. she says one thing and the fbi director debunks that as paul ryan was saying over and over and over. take a listen to what she says then what the fbi says and then
we'll get your reaction. >> nothing that i sent or received was marked classified and nothing has been demonstrated to contradict that. >> seven e-mail chains concern matters that were classified as top secret special access program at the time they were sent and received. >> i thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal e-mails instead of two. >> secretary clinton used several different servers and administrators of those servers during her four years at the state department. and she also used numerous mobile devices to send and to read e-mail on that personal domain. >> the system we used was set up for president clinton's office, and it had numerous safeguards and there were no security breeches. >> it is possible that hostile actors gained access to secretary clinton's personal
e-mail account. >> did you decide to wipe the whole server? >> i have no idea. that's why we turned it over. >> you were in charge of it. you were the official in charge. did you wipe the server? >> with a cloth or something? >> there were other work-related e-mails that they did not produce to the state and that are now gone. the lawyers then cleaned their devices in such a way as to preclude complete forensic recovery. >> this can't be good for her? it doesn't look good for her. she doesn't talk about this yesterday when she was campaigning with the president. >> i wouldn't either. >> yeah. look, the headline is clinton lies, but guess what, we saw this headline 20 years ago. this is nothing new. the family has a reputation for not being forthright with america, but is it going to matter to democrats? i very much doubt it. most of the american electorate won't know about this in november. in the end, this is nothing
surprising they've been pulling a fast one to the american people about this e-mail. >> you're a talented lawyer and there are talented lawyers in the fbi they understand the plain meaning of statutes. what is the plain meaning of the law with regard to gross negligence and classified material? does that send you to jail? >> well, look, the plain meaning doesn't matter. that's what i've been saying for months. what matters is the fact that we have a presidential election coming up. she's the presumptive democrat nominee. the justice department has very clear guidelines they don't bring cases that might influence the outcome of an election, so this was a mighty head wind from the beginning. you have career prosecutors who, according to inside information, were interfering with the investigation during depositions, during grand jury proceedings, they weren't allowing the fbi to ask certain questions because of some phony
attorney/client privilege with cheryl mills. the writing has been on the wall for months there was never going to be a prosecution. so you have to realize the law doesn't matter as much as the politics when it comes to the obama administration. >> so, you're saying there's prosecutorial misconduct with regards to the investigation in hillary clinton? is that what you're saying? someone committed a crime in the justice department? >> no. what i'm saying they would not allow the fbi to ask all of the questions they tried to ask during these interviews because of deals they cooked up with the clintons. and so there has been evidence coming out of this investigation that shows that the justice department has been biased, shocker. they've been biased in a lot of other areas except when it involves people like bob mcdonald, the governor of virginia who they brought a flimsy case against. so flimsy cases are brought against republicans and g cases against democrats are not brought. >> well, how about this, here is the case the federal government
brought against a naval reservist last year, guy by the name of brian nishamira. he was in afghanistan in 2007 through 2008 apparently had some stuff on one of his laptops like hillary clinton, the fbi investigation did not reveal evidence that he intended to distribute to unauthorized personnel and yet that man was sentenced to two years probation. he was fined $7,500 and ordered to surrender any currently held security clearance. jay christian, should hillary clinton have a security clearance given the fact that she's extremely careless with america's secrets? >> should she be the president that she's extremely careless? the democrats are saying things like nobody got this information. comey contradicted that. people who got the e-mails from hillary, third parties, were attacked by adversarial interest. the iranians, chinese, russians, probably all of them. and so to say that this naval
reservist was different is a tough argument. of course he is not a democrat running for president and that makes all the difference because he doesn't have all the defenses available that hillary does. >> so do you think going forward somebody who debgets caught in jam like hillary or this guy is going to invoke the extremely careless defense? >> all of the bright justice department lawyers who interfered with this investigation with hillary will then come up with new arguments. they're very good arguing the sky is orange and so they'll say, well, this is different. they'll come up with fantastically nuanced arguments that the next person, particularly if they're republican or a foe of the administration, should be prosecuted. >> you're right. it looks like there's one standard for certain people in washington and another standard for the rest of us. jay christian adam, we thank you very much for joining us from our nation's capital. >> thanks, steve.
hey, heter? >> good morning. good morning to all of you. breaking news coming in over night, oscar pistorius, he is sentenced to six years in prison for killings his girlfriend. that decision sparking outrage on twitter. it's too lenient, pointing out the olympian will likely only serve half the time he was sentenced to. that could be three years. the judge saying she believes pistorius thought the person in the bathroom was an intruder when he opened fire and killed his girlfriend reeva steenkamp. he felt vulnerable without his prosthetic legs. a major outrage happening overnight, a man shot dead by police in louisiana and now dozens holding a black lives matter protest, flooding the parking lot and yelling and honking horns in front of a convenience store in baton rouge. this is where the shooting happened. just into our news room, we're getting brand new video showing the moments that led up to that shooting. take a look at this.
[ bleep ]. >> hard to watch. police were responding to reports that sterling had a gun and was selling cds in front of store. a confrontation broke out between sterling and two officers who then opened fire, shooting sterling in the back and the chest. sterling has an arrest history ranging from battery to drug possession. new terror fears on the rise innee dwroe just weeks before the olympics. there is now an urgent search and it's intensifying for this man, a fornler gitmo detainee. he vanished from uruguay while he was visiting brazil under the terms of his release he was allowed to visit other countries. officials say they have no record of him entering brazil, but a south american airlines telling its employees to stay on alert. they say he may use a fake passport to get into that country and stay off the radar. he is one of the six terrorists
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was guilty. she is guilty. we have a rigged system, folks. >> donald trump coming out swinging, slamming the fbi's decision recommending no charges against hillary for that e-mail scandal. >> but hillary clinton stays silent as she campaigns with president obama for the first time. >> it's all happening down in north carolina. we are live in raleigh, north carolina, where trump had a raleigh last night. peter joins us live. peter? >> reporter: donald trump talks a lot about deals he would like to make as president, but last night here in north carolina he said hillary clinton made a deal, accusing her and the campaign of leaking through the press that the attorney general loretta lynch could stay on as clinton's a.g. if the candidate stays out of trouble right now. >> i mean, if she wins, she's going to consider extending the attorney general. you know what, i'm not saying -- i'm not knocking the attorney general. what i'm saying is how can you
say that? it's a bribe. >> and then there was this at one point during a riff on failed foreign policy, trump said iraq has become the harbor for terrorists and said he thin thinks hussein was a bad guy but he was good at creating terrorists. also here in north carolina, yesterday hillary clinton and president obama rallied together in charlotte for the first time since he endorsed her. she benefitted from a ride down on air force one from the presidential seal on her podium and from having her highest profile endorser say this -- >> i'm ready to pass the baton. and i know that hillary clinton is going to take it. and i know she can run that race. that's why i'm fired up. that's why i'm ready to go. and that's why i'm with her. >> last night trump was joined
here by tennessee senator bob corker, rumored to be on the vp short list. today he'll be in ohio with another rumored running mate possibility, newt gingrich, for their first appearance together. hillary clinton meanwhile will be in atlantic city, new jersey, for a speech about donald trump's business record there. back to you. >> we'll know something in about two weeks, right, peter, who the vice presidents are going to be at the conventions. >> reporter: yeah f not sooner. >> thank you. great job, peter. so who -- how will hillary clinton answer the fire storm of outrage over the fbi's decision? one of her closest confidants is going to defend her. lanny is getting ready to do some spinning and he is next. and the video has the internet spooked. how in the world is that swing right there moving when there's absolutely no wind? >> magic. magic. >> it looks like someone is in there. ♪
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isn't that sweet? 70 that's how old president george w. bush turns today. use the hashtag 47turned70 to help him celebrate this milestone. steve? >> happy birthday, mr. president. the fbi investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail server is over, as the head of the fbi finds no evidence to support criminal charges. he did, however, support the evidence that she was careless and dishonest throughout the investigation. here to weigh in, former white house special counsel to bill clinton is lanny davis. good morning, lanny. >> good morning. i've been up since 5:00 a.m. on fox watching two hours of your wonderful fair and balanced program. it's great to be here. >> that's why we have you here. >> so let me ask you a question, was mr. comey's statement factual accurate with regards to
hillary clinton's conduct? >> he was certainly accurate in finding no evidence of a crime despite donald trump accusing him of rigged decision as he accused a federal judge because of his national heritage. >> now hold on. >> now all the republicans are attacking the fbi. it's so ironic it's almost humorous. >> lanny, we expect you to say that. however, you said he found no evidence. comey found evidence. listen to this. >> seven e-mail chains concerned matters that were classified as a top secret, special access programs at the time they were sent and received. >> so, the question is, what is hillary clinton's defense with regard to sending and receiving top secret, secret and confidential e-mails, 110 of them when she said about a year ago that she never did that? what's the defense? what's the explanation? how do the american people
reconcile the public hillary with the private hillary that's been revealed as a result of mr. comey's very direct statements with regard to what you say is a factually accurate statement? >> first of all, clarify the record, i said no evidence of a crime. you said but and cut to something. that was not about a crime. now, on the classified information -- >> that was evidence. they're just not going forward with it. >> i said no crime and that's what the fbi director -- >> no, you said evidence. >> point of fact, lanny -- >> you don't let me finish and you had two hours of a one-sided presentation -- >> mr. comey talked about violation of statutes. >> mr. koemy found no crime -- to answer your question, correcting your misstatement of what i said. >> thank you. >> the classified information judgments were made
retroactively and only a small number, according to mr. comey were labeled and the way that he expressed it presence of labeling. it's unclear whether any were labeled and the retroactive judgment on classification according to mr. comey is not illegal. >> okay. so lanny -- >> that's what he said. >> mr. comey spends 12 or 13 minutes laying out multiple ways that mrs. clinton violated official policy and jeopardized america's secrets. he said she and her associates were extremely careless in how they operated the home room thing in the basement. people are looking in, trying to figure out, so who am i going to vote for in november? should i vote for donald trump and i heard all about his problems or should i vote for hillary clinton who, when she was secretary of state, was extremely careless. that's a big problem for your side. >> first of all, if this
election is determined on the basis of who has a better record and judgment and experience, then this will be a landslide win between hillary clinton in contrast with a bombastic -- >> lanny -- >> republican who calls a pathological liar. you want to talk over me, guys, then -- >> lanny, i'm still looking for an answer to my question. how do you recognize the two faces of hillary clinton? the statement that she made a year ago or more that there were no classified e-mails with the head of the fbi who stands before america and says in her statement was false a year ago? is there an apology for that statement? howdy she get it so wrong? and how do you reconcile the two? that's the question i have to you this morning.
the next question we'll talk about prudence and due care. was hillary clinton prudent in terms of her conduct? or was she careless. you agree she was careless, right? >> okay. so first let me answer the question without interrupting. without interrupting and talking over me which you just did, which you are now doing. now let me answer your question. i won't speak unless you let me speak. to answer your question on classified is i already said at the time those documents were not labeled or identified as classified except mr. comey said a very small number. >> did mr. comey say that yesterday? he said they were classified. >> a very small -- >> no, no, no. he said yesterday 113 e-mails were classified at the time they were sent. thousands of work e-mail were deleted. there were likely more e-mails -- >> you're a great lawyer. how can you say that, lanny? >> i said none were labeled or
identified and you just ignored those words. a very small number -- >> according to what the fbi said -- >> and the fbi said that she did nothing illegal and that she had no knowledge of compromise or hacking into her e-mails. she said it was possible, but there is no knowledge. and with no illegality and no knowledge of any harm, then she's left with saying i made a mistake. which she has said many, many times. >> lanny davis, it's always great to hear your side of the story and we thank you very much for joining us today. >> thank you for letting me speak. appreciate it. >> thanks for seeing you. >> we like to have a conversation going. that's all. lanny, thank you. stop and look at this video. illegal immigrant coming up on a new way to cross the border, hiding in a piece of luggage. and how does cake for breakfast sound? i'm not talking cake by the ocean, i'm talking cake by the breakfast table. don't preheat the oven, you
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we've been talking about this all morning. the fbi making the decision not to recommend that hillary clinton be indicted, so we asked you what you thought about it. it's now time for you to talk. let's start with anna on facebook. anna says -- i knew this would be his ruling, but it still makes me absolutely sick to my stomach to see what justice has come to in america. >> and men bill on facebook -- just handed her the election, no criminal charges recommended, even though he did confirm violations of felony statutes. >> comey has now left it up to trump to do his job and prosecute hillary on the debate
stage. we have an e-mail from lanny down in our nation's capital. just kidding. we know how he feels. >> keep them coming. we want to hear from you. time for news now with heather. >> good morning. good morning to all of you. we start out with a disturbing story that took place overseas. distraught parents of an american college student found dead in rome prayed with the pope over night. you can see a photo of that right there. their son 19-year-old beau solomon was pound in the river with a gash on his head and bloody cloetds, just three days after he arrived in rome to study abroad. a homeless man is now under arrest and police believe that a robbery may have been the motive. witnesses say the two were arguing before the homeless man allegedly pushed solomon to his death. our prayers go out to that family. another terror plot on u.s. soil intercepted. an exnational guard member has just been charged with working to help isis.
officials brought him down after a three-month sting operation. they caught him sending money to isis and buying military-style weapons. documents show the 26-year-old said he wanted to replicate a ft. hood style attack where he praised the shooter nadal hassan who killed 13 americans in texas. incredible act of valor caught on camera. a man storming into an inferno to save a disabled woman and her mother. >> i heard the lady screaming as i was coming around the corner. by the time i got around here, i confirmed somebody was still in the house, so it just ran. that's the only thing i could think of, get them out of there. >> he rushed into the california house after the neighborhood fireworks shot across the street and set a tree on fire. the flames moved to the roof of the house and burned that house. hol comb was able to pull two women to safety. what a hero. going viral, a dad and his two kids are too scared to get
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my friends impromptu decide to throw a birthday party which of course i'm in charge of the cake. but what happened was -- >> there's your cake. >> and there's my girlfriend and boyfriend and honey. >> are you calling the governor honey on tv. >> sorry about that. >> wow. >> this is build a cake. so a sheet cake. go to the store. this is done in 15 minutes. you buy the sheet cake. then you go to the store and get a round cake. it can be whatever size fits on top of the sheet cake. >> that is awesome. >> all you need is a spatula. >> that can change everything. >> cup cakes. why don't you grab one of the candy bars. do chocolate on top, truffles. here is the deal, when i deliver the birthday cake, one of the
things i want you to think about because everybody knows that last year was a tough year. i am cancer free. >> thinking of you. >> break that up and sprinkle it all over. i'm feeling really good. here is the deal -- you're going to put on cookies and candles. if you use your mastercard and go to very specific restaurants and spend 10 doctors $10 or mor going to donate to stand up to cancer up to $4 million so go eat and save lives. so this is your build a cake. you're going to buy all sorts of stuff. we did a cake in five seconds. >> very good. >> sandra, thank you very much. do you have a final message for the governor? he is watching. >> love you, honey. people at fox love you, honey. >> what does that mean, we love everybody. >> happy birthday. >> thank you. meanwhile, he's been on hillary clinton's case since day one. >> she may be indictment, i don't see any legal --
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what pain? advil. since day one the watchdog group that helped break hillary clinton's e-mail scandal pushed a strong case against her. >> she may be indicted. there's a serious criminal investigation going on. there may be political ramifications in the indictment that prevent the justice department from proceeding for political reasons, but i don't see any legal to her indictment. >> what do you think of james comey's decision not to bring charges? good morning. thank you so much for joining us, tom. >> thanks for having me. >> what were your thoughts after you heard james comey make his recommendations yesterday? >> once again, i didn't hear any legal impediment. he laid out the legal case against mrs. clinton and at the end of the statement blinked and
suggested there could be no prosecution reasonably brought by a prosecutor. i didn't buy it. it wasn't puersuasive to most. let's hope the justice department, you know, i guess we can hope against experience here brings a more politically neutral approach here. but on the other hand, mr. comey saw the writing on the wall. you could argue he saw the justice department was leaking there would be no indictment and the attorney general meeting with bill clinton last week and he was willing to put his job on the line by recommending a prosecution he knew would go nowhere with this compromise justice department. >> yeah. we just had lanny davis on for a lively chat. he said there was no evidence that she broke the law or any of that. do you agree? >> well, mr. comey said there's
evidence of potential violations of law repeatedly and then highlighted the destruction of records, the knowing, mishandling of classified information, some of which was marked and the potential leaking of that or breaching of that information by foreign powers, all of which would be sort of a nice gift for any prosecutor willing to do -- make the case. >> what does this say to america -- what does it say to the world where we are at this point? the judicial watch has been at the forefront of the truth seeking on these e-mails. >> well, you know, there are a lot of records out there that we still want to get, now, thanks to the fbi there are thousands of e-mails that may be available to the american people that previously hadn't been and they should be under the freedom of information act. we have a pending request with the federal court judge, peter, for mrs. clinton's testimony, her deposition testimony. we may ask another third court judge for additional testimony
from mrs. clinton and others. we're figuring out whether to do that. that could come this week. this case is going to continue well into the next presidential administration. so there may be more than one justice department that takes a look at this because mrs. clinton doesn't control the justice department, maybe more honest prosecutor could take a look at it next year. we don't know. >> big news. >> thank you so much, tom fitton with judicial watch. thank you for joining us. we heard hillary say this -- >> what's different at this point does it make? >> but now will her supporters say the same thing and forgive and forget her e-mail scandal? we go inside the minds of clinton voters next. and he's a hero in a lot of gun blazing movies like jason bourn series, but now matt damen says he wants all guns in america confiscated. seriously? >> oh boy. but first on this day 1989
>> well, just hours after the fbi announced that it was not going to recommend charges against hillary clinton, the presumptive democratic presidential nominee arriving to that crowd with president obama in north carolina. so why are her supporters so eager to forgive her and to forget her secret e-mail scandal? fox news medical dr. keith ablow is here to explain. we remember her saying what difference does it make? the president two, three hours after the fbi makes these recommendations, you see our president of the united states standing on the stage with her, saying that she's so qualified for this. what do you think? >> that should be her slogan. that should be her campaign slogan, what difference does it make? you know what, is supporters are on a blind march to installing this woman, that's why i say this woman, to president of the united states. that's what matters here is that she is female. people want -- her people want a female president. doesn't matter that she emerges
from an administration, cloaked in secrecy and in scandal, her husband's administration. doesn't matter that she was an undistinguished senator. doesn't matter that she sold america self hatred under the banner of barack obama. the bottom line is she is female. we're such a terrible country, we never had a female president. let's put her in. we'll feel better about ourselves. that's it. she is not qualified. >> yeah, she lied about her classified e-mails. she said she had one device. the fbi director says that's false, she had more than one. our national secrets could have been put in the hands of terrorists or other people hacking into her e-mail. democrats say they don't care, they don't trust her but they don't care because they think she is better than donald trump. >> well, you know, i think that what democrats are saying is she is better than donald trump because we've been sold a bill of goods that we're no good as
americans. so it doesn't matter if our secrets are exposed to our adversaries, after all, look how terrible we are. look how long it took us to have a minority president. look how long it took us to have a candidate that they feel should be installed without any consideration as the first female president. this is an extension of american self hatred being sold by barack obama. how can he stand up there and say this is the most qualified man or woman to ever seek the presidency? oh my god, god help us if that were true, a failed secretary of state who cost more lives than she saved. this is the most qualified person to ever seek the presidency? it's so bizarre, so clearly a lie that it shows how blind people are on this march to installing her into office. >> dr. keith ablow, good to see you this morning. thank you for your perspective. the fire storm decision only
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♪ geico motorcycle, great rates for great rides. good wednesday morning to your family. it's july 6th. the fbi decides not to recommend criminal charges against hillary clinton for her private e-mail server, but did the director's comments set her up for political punishment? is she really off the hook? rudy giuliani is on deck in just moments. and donald trump hammers hillary for getting away with it -- >> i mean, if she wins, she's going to consider extending the attorney general. you know what, i'm not saying -- i'm not knocking the attorney general, what i'm saying is, how can you say that? it's a bribe! >> because hillary has said that
she might keep loretta lynch on as the attorney general and trump is not done yet. we have the latest from the campaign trail straight ahead. and he's the hero in gun-blazing movies like the jason bourn series, but now matt damon says he wants all guns in america confiscated. the mornings are always better with friends. ♪ okay. welcome aboard, folks. rudy giuliani is stuck in a little traffic. as soon as he comes into the studio, we'll plop him right down on the couch to talk about what hillary got away with. i got a feeling he is going to say -- >> lots to talk about. >> that's exactly right. in the meantime, let's go to washington. a bomb shell decision months in the making, the fbi deciding hillary clinton's private e-mail server is careless but not criminal they say. >> and now the department is facing some serious backlash
from leaders on capitol hill. kristin fisher has the very latest. >> reporter: even though the director of the fbi james comey did not recommend any criminal charges, he did offer a blistering critique of how clinton handled classified information while she was secretary of state. first, comey said that clinton did send and receive classified information over her private server. some e-mails were marked classified at the time they were sent. that directly contradicts what clinton claimed from day one. there wasn't just one server, there was multiple servers. comey says it's totally possible they were hacked putting national security secrets at risk. several top republicans are saying they simply does not understand how they can come out and acknowledge all of this violation but not recommend any criminal charges. >> i'm confused by it. i did have the opportunity to speak with director comey just the last couple hours.
if you look at the fact pattern, did she or did she not have classified information in a nonsecure the answer is yes. that's a violation of the law. >> he says he believes the fbi's recommendation was politically motivated. house speaker paul ryan wouldn't go quite that far, at least publicly, but he is giving the oversight committee the green light to ask comey to come to capitol hill and testify and that could happen as early as tomorrow. there's a lot of moving parts and lot of unanswered questions, but house republicans are hoping to get some answers from comey under oath as soon as possible. >> thank you very much. so that's interesting, jason cha fes is demanding an emergency meet with james comey. that's big. >> and the house judiciary committee. they're moving forward on all fronts and you'll probably see
the senate waiting in the wings as well. >> the republicans aren't happy with it. if you listen to what the fbi director said yesterday, he points out how she did lie. he said there were 110 of those in those 30,000 e-mails they read through. we've been talking about this all morning. we appreciate your e-mails. we'll bring in rudy giuliani who is new york's mayor. >> good morning, mayor. >> thanks for joining us. >> good to see you. >> fresh off the streets of new york. >> the traffic? >> stuck in the traffic. >> good to have you. >> mayor isn't taking care of the traffic. >> you're not the mayor anymore. >> so what did you make of hillary yesterday? >> well, i have to divide it into two parts. you want my to put my u.s. attorney, associate attorney general hat on first and then my political hat. as associate attorney general and jim comey's boss for two or three years i was very disappointed in him. i think if you read it, it's
inconsistent, he contradicts himself at least three times. he never answers the key question is why didn't he indict her? which makes gross negligence a crime, i've counted so far already eight prosecutions under that statute. he is dead wrong there's no prosecutions for non-intent. i can remember i was in the justice department and some sad ones where guys just made a mistake. >> why didn't he do it? >> he is a straight shooter. and a decent man. >> you say you're disappointed. >> i've been disappointed with other honorable and decent people. >> where did he contradict himself? >> he contradicted himself by first saying any reasonable person would know you shouldn't set up a -- that's the beginning of conscious and guilty. >> no reasonable prosecutor would indict. >> totally insane. >> that's wrong. >> read the article today in
"the wall street journal," quite a reasonable prosecutor, federal judge, chief judge of the southern district of new york and attorney general of the united states, he would indict. i would indict. lot of people didn't think i was a reasonable prosecutor, i indicted the teamsters in 1998 when i knew it would cost the republican party their endorsement. and i recommended a special prosecutor for ed nearby, who was my boss and didn't want to do it because i knew he was innocent. you had to prove innocence and i couldn't do it in 90 days. >> before you were america's mayor, you were america's prosecutor and you were known as such. what is the cover up here? >> it's overwhelming. >> came up with thousands of e-mails that were not turned other. even this morning, we have lanny davis saying that 110 e-mails were not classified, even though the fbi director says they were.
what's going on? >> evidence of guilty knowledge, the evidence of intent, that's the way you prove intent in a criminal case. you don't prove intent by the person saying i'm going to cover up -- i'm going to just give out these e-mails or rob a bank or engage in insider trading. the way you prove it is obstruction of records, lives, all the false statements, "wall street journal" front page, three false statements. that would be part of the trial. >> even though they weren't sworn, correct? >> right. false statement. rules of evidence allows me to put any false statement in. if it's a false statement i can argue evidence of guilty knowledge. >> can i hand you your political hat. >> if i were donald trump and donald trump's campaign, i would advise him to stay away from jim comey. take the first part of the statement. how can we have a president that was in the words of jim comey
was extremely careless in the handling of thousands and thousands and thousands of some of our most sensitive documents? how can we have a president like that? first of all, none of her aides could pass an fbi background check at this point. >> she couldn't -- she couldn't pass an fbi background check. president doesn't need one. right? however, i must have read 2,000 fbi background checks, 3,000 for top secret clearance when i was associate attorney general. i don't remember anyone who had a record like this. how would you give top security clearance to someone who has been seriously negligent. >> she become an assistant u.s. attorney general based upon that? >> no. she would be turned on. she can't be trusted with top secret information.
she is too extremely careless which as you know equals gross negligence. >> same thing. you said that donald trump -- you gave him advice, stay away from james comey. last night, watch him take on the rest. >> well, here he is taking on hillary, hammering her. watch this. >> today is the best evidence ever that we've seen that our system absolutely, totally rigged. and we've got hillary clinton who is weak, who is ineffective, she'll never be able to do the job, her judgment is horrible, look at her judgment on e-mails. who would do it? this alone means that she should not be allowed to serve as president of the united states. >> well, that's the argument. that's the argument that should be hammered home, the false statements, all of the things that she did that indicate that in addition to the fact that she was highly unsuccessful as secretary of state in a substantive way, she
accomplished nothing. >> that's not what the president said yesterday. >> explain to me how the president of the united states knew -- >> because the fix was in. >> how do you explain that? >> what do you mean? >> i worked very closely with the reagan white house for two and a half years. there's no way you put that president together with hillary if you didn't know she was going to get cleared. >> someone have to call the president and say, oh, the coast is clear. you can get with hillary on the plane. >> there has to be pigeons, little message. >> because if she weren't cleared, he would never be on stage with her a few hours -- >> unless we have a white house that's totally incompetent. also explain to me how after saturday's interview, three days later you got the whole thing ready. i mean, that has to be a setup, too. i mean, i would take at least a week or two to analyze what the alleged defendant said before i would make a decision.
>> sure. rudy, before you go, new york is filled with democrats. when you go outside you'll see some of your former constituents and people who live in this town. a lot of them are celebrating. they said she dodged, she skated. what's your message to them? my message to them is do you want someone as president who demonstrated to us more careliless than any secretary of state security mishandling? i can't imagine another secretary of state will expose the secrets of the united states in the way that she did. >> so you think it will hurt her? >> she is an irresponsible person. he is above the law. that's how she'll act as president. i don't know how she'll use the justice department. that really worries me, how she'll use the irs. when you read that, you come to conclusion there's something seriously wrong with her. >> maybe the independent -- >> something seriously wrong with a secretary of state who acts that way. >> rudy giuliani, get back in
your cab. >> thank you, mayor. >> he is laughing because the traffic is not good today. >> thank you. always good to see you. meanwhile, straight ahead, brand new fears the suspected terrorists who just vanished who was just released from gitmo could be scoping out the olympics in brazil. just how hard would it be to track him down? then, this video proves the customer is not always right. why this he just threw that right through the driver's window and hit him in the face. you might have done the same thing if you were in that situation. we'll tell you about it. hey, rob. ♪ i'm billy, and i quit smoking with chantix. i decided to take chantix to shut everybody else up about me quitting smoking. i was going to give it a try, but i didn't really think it was going to really happen. after one week of chantix, i knew i could quit. along with support,
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what are the chances he returned to terror like the other three detainees. here is rob o'neal. thank you, rob, for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> what do you know about this guy? >> he was a syrian terrorist who left syria in 2000 obviously before 9/11 -- he was in a lot of trouble as a terrorist. he was forging documents and helping terrorists get in europe and africa. he fled to afghanistan. he was there when we invaded and then we rolled him up there and sent him to gitmo because he was so high value. >> the obama administration let him out. how did he wind up in south america? >> we're so eager to -- >> he is from syria. >> there were places that wouldn't take him because he was so high risk. places like uruguay will take people on detainee status. they sent him down there. >> now he vanished. >> he is gone.
he forged do ed documents for o the coconspirators who helped recruit 9/11 attackers. he goes by jihad means holy war. >> that's the first name i think you're up to something. >> no kidding me. >> let's look at some of the numbers. if you look at the number of individuals that have been released from gitmo, 118 of them have returned to terrorism, confirmed. 86 are suspected of returning. that is one out of every three. that's the recidivism rate. >> one out of every three and that's what they're telling us. they know very well that people we've released from guantanamo have american blood on their hands both before and after. >> why? why do we release them? >> people are screaming about guantanamo bay. no one has been charged. how do we charge them? >> you've been prosecuting the war on terror and famously with
bin laden. tell us about these guys who we put into gitmo? >> now it's almost like the people they release now there's a higher rate of them going back to the battlefield. these are the worst of the worst. but the problem i saw when we wouldn't kill someone on the battlefield, arrest them, send them to the interrogators and go up the chain the cia or department of defense, they had to be so much proof on the battlefield, pictures what we found what we knew to certain kinds of intelligence. there's no mistaking sending a guy to guantanamo bay. they get there -- >> it's their job. >> how do they get out? uruguay is taking him and they release him after a while? >> there's not a lot of governments on our team with keeping them rolled up, locked up. there's a lot of sympathetic government. it's like a promotion. it's not hard to get to places
like yemen and syria. >> the obama administration says we're trying to close gitmo slowly. it's a rallying cry. how many people have you put in gitmo who said the reason i'm fighting jihad is because you have gitmo. >> the only people who still bring it up are us, people that want to close it. they're still off the battlefield. it's not like we're doing what we shoub should do, find them guilty and that's the only thing to do with these people or they'll try to martyr themselves any way. >> in the meantime, he is in south america and the olympics starts in a couple weeks. >> right. he said he was going to be on the border of uruguay and be near brazil where there are muslim communities and mosques. it's no coincidence that's where the olympics are. zika and now this. >> appreciate it.
we have some quick headlines for you. breaking overnight, six years in prison for killing his girlfriend oscar pistorius. some saying it's too lenient. pointing out the olympian will likely only have to serve half the time. the judge says she believes he thought the person in the bathroom was an intruder when he opened fire killing reeva steenkamp. and major outrage overnight after a man is shot dead by police. dozens flooding the parking lot, holding a black lives matter
protest. just into our news room, brand new video showing the moments leading up to that shooting. >> it all started after police responded to reports that that guy aldon sterling had a gun and was selling cds in front of convenience store. then a confrontation broke out. sterling does have an arrest history ranging from battery to drug possession. there's new warnings out this morning about the hillary clinton investigation into her e-mail server. our next guests are calling on attorney general loretta lynch to step aside in the case. former arkansas from arkansas tom cotton joins us this morning. good morning, senator. >> good morning. >> let me ask you this question, there's been a lot of legal talk
this morning about gross negligence, about carelessness, about recklessness. was hillary's conduct as exposed by the fbi director comey dangerous to america? >> hillary's conduct was very dangerous as director comey outlined yesterday in his statement. peter, i think you hit the nail on the head. what everyone thinks of the fbi's legal recommendations, the facts that the fbi director laid out yesterday are very damning. hillary has been lying all along. she said she used it for the convenience of one device. the fbi said she had multiple devices. the fbi said there were over 100 instances of sending classified e-mails. she turned over all the e-mails related to work. she deleted many of those e-mails. she said there was no risk of foreign hacking after director comey's statement yesterday, foreign powers did in fact
access an e-mail server with some of our nation's most secret information. and that, in my opinion, disqualifies her from being the commander in chief. the american people are not going to hire her to do this job. >> in essence it's a referendum in terms of her conduct going forward in this presidential election. let me call upon your personal experience. you have a distinguished career, you've done a lot of things you're trained as an army ranger, would you put up that kind of conduct with regard to nonsecure communications from one of your troops? >> of course not, peter. any solder, i believe, would face military justice proceedings of some kind. director comey pointed out yesterday any other person would face security or administrative consequences. let me break that down in plain english. it means they would lose their security clearance and lose their job. if hillary clinton is seeking the one job in the federal government that she still fit to
do under those -- that legal recommendation but i don't think the american people are going to hire her to do that job after the revelations yesterday which fit a long pattern of hillary clinton misleading the american people going back to that case. >> let's talk about this qualification and clearance. speaker ryan said she should not receive clearance for presidential briefings as the presumptive democratic nominee. mayor rudy giuliani said a few moments ago he would not hire hillary clinton as an assistant u.s. attorney. so would you trust her with a presidential brief during this presidential campaign? should the intelligence officials of our government say, hillary, you've proven yourself unworthy and forfitted the right to have confidential information. >> based on her conduct in this private server matter, i don't think she is fit to handle classified information nor the people around her unless she is elected president in which case it's unavoidable, i don't think
she should be receiving classified information. one of the most damning facts yesterday in director comey's statement, she took her own personal e-mail devices, using insecured servers that have top secret classified information to the territories of hostile powers. to put it in context i i certainly don't go to our adversaries territories. hillary clinton is unfit to be handling our nation's most sensitisens sensitive secrets. stop and look at this video. an illegal immigrant coming up with a new way to cross the border, hiding in a piece of luggage. you have to see this. and he is the hero in gun blazing movies like the jason bourn series, but now matt damn says he wants all guns in america confiscated. seriously? while the fbi says hillary clinton's investigation is over,
despite the fbi announcing it is not recommending criminal charges for hillary clinton, donald trump says she's still in trouble. trump tweeting -- i don't think the voters will forget the rigged system that allowed crooked hillary to get away with murder. come november 8, she's out. where can trump go from here? we'll talk to our political panel. we have the mayor of miami beach panel and hillary supporter and in the center we have former state department press officer
morgan ortega and former new york city police detective and fox contributor. good morning. >> good morning. >> mayor, let's start with you. yesterday james comey spent a dozen minutes clearly laying out multiple ways hillary violated official policy and jeopardized america's secret. that's a big deal. >> well, i think what happened was very, very important. of course the republican point is director of the fbi, director comey did amazing, thorough job. honest, independent competent were his words. what they found were the same things they found with all these investigations was absolutely nothing. >> 113 e-mails were classified -- mayor, mayor -- >> had top secret clearance. it wasn't like they went over the internet. by the way, there was no direct evidence of any foreign direct intervention. >> morgan, you were posted with the state department in saudi
arabia. you worked under the rules, same ones that hillary clinton worked under. if you did what she did, where would you be right now? >> i have to agree with senator cotton said, you would have a security clearance violation. you would probably have it removed. it's one of the most important things you'll do for your life time. you have to take this seriously. i was chuckling with what the mayor said, when he talked about all the investigations that hillary had for 35 years because they're corrupt. >> you know, i love when you say only seven or eight of the e-mails. that's like saying i only abuszed seven or eight little children. it's a crime. it's a crime under the u.s. code to be so reckless with these top secret e-mails. also, everyone is con traying portrays you, he intentionally gave those e-mails to the lady. different crime, different level, but the least thing is
she should have the clearance taken away from handling top secret e-mails. let's be honest, it's a football going back and forth. it shouldn't be that way. my clearance would be taken away if i did it. >> hold on a second, mayor. why didn't he come forward, comey yesterday and say we found the stuff we're going to suggest. >> i'm very surprised of comey because i have a lot of respect for him. but he actually said in his news conference how she violated the code, but he made the case against her and then all of a sudden said we're not asking for charges. well, loretta lynch as the attorney general and see if they're going to prosecute her. she violated or not. >> this administration has investigated and prosecuted more people for these sorts of crime than any administration in history. they had six people go to jail over these types of matters over the past seven, eight years. so i think this administration
lost their integrity on this issue now. >> mayor, going forward, when you are out and about talking about why hillary would make a great president, the problem for her is james comey in his 15 minutes yesterday essentially said things that would make a great attack ad against her. when he says she was extremely careless, i mean, donald trump all he has to say is that the kind of person you want as commander in chief and people will decide. >> think about this, she has been in public service for 35 years. dedicated to her country. this is not somebody who wants to jeopardize her country. let's talk about what's really the truth here. let's talk about leading the united states of america. donald trump is a fraud. trump university, willful proud against people taking their money. he will not release his tax returns -- >> i will say this about trump university and benghazi and hillary clinton, i don't think anybody died at trump university. >> you have a guy who is running who is not fit to be president.
>> we also know something else, he can't raise money. he is broke. >> let's direct ourselves to the person. >> who should lead america, a competition person? >> talking about her experience. what is hillary clinton's greatest achievement? >> 35 years dedicated to helping out america. helping out minorities. helping the united states. health department care. >> mr. mayor, mr. mayor -- lanny davis is my attorney. so we have different opinions on politics. this is a political thing. i've investigating a case now where i brought the fbi in on somebody very famous who has been threatened to death. the u.s. attorney's office is the one that will prosecute. the fbi are dragging their feet. i'm going to the u.s. attorney's office because that's -- >> why would donald trump tweet
out a jewish star, that's the american way. no. >> thank you very much for letting me speak. i think that this all comes down to north carolina where we saw trump and hillary yesterday. president obama lost that in 2012, won it in 2008, right now it's within the margin of error. i think hillary clinton is less than one point ahead of north carolina. that's why you saw both of them in the state yesterday. >> all right. enough with you guys. >> people of america will speak on election day. people of america. >> president clinton. >> boy oh boy, that was a good debate. heather over to you. >> thank you. couple headlines i want to bring you. good morning to everyone. we have more bad news for the veterans who depend on that agency to get their health care. there's a new report that finds that that agency needs a critical overhaul and fast. it was a bipartisan panel that detailed how to fix the flawed system.
it now suggests closing some of the run-down facilities, and creating a long-term oversight committee. the panel set up after dozens of veterans are believed to have died waiting for their health care. an illegal immigrant going to extreme lengths. take a look at this, to get out of his country and into another. the guy you can see poking out of this bag is busted for hiding in a suitcase after terrified train passengers heard moans coming out of the bag, the guy is nearly 6'0" by the way, he couldn't stand being in there anymore. he cried out in pain. he had an accompliaccomplice, t person put him on the train in italy. both men were sent back to italy. unreal. an a-list actor who makes a living starring in movies with a whole lot of gun violence says he wants to take more guns away.
the actor matt damon saying he wishes the u.s. would conduct a massive con fis gags of guns just like australia did back in 1996. listen to this. >> you did it here in one fell swoop and i wish that could happen in my country, but it's not. it's such a personal issue for people that we don't -- we cannot talk about it sensibly. >> well, damon was promoting his latest jason bourn movie where he plays a highly trained assassin. what do you think about that? the bigger, the funnier, rebel wilson saying she got heavy in order to become famous. >> what's your name? >> fat amy. i'm the best singer. >> you call yourself fat amy? >> yes. so you can go behind me back. >> the weight gain happened
after seeing girls getting movie roles she wanted. those are your headlines. she is pretty funny. >> we love her, yeah. so we heard from the fbi and critics of hillary clinton and her supporters, but now we want to hear from you. >> that's right. steve is hitting the streets to see what you think about hillary clinton next. plus, it's national fried chicken day and she has one of the most popular batter recipes of all time. there she is. paula dean live with her secret ingredient straight ahead. >> hey, paula. >> join us, y'all. ♪
we have heard from the fbi. we have heard from many of you who have e-mailed us. but we haven't heard from those on the street, right, peter? >> we have the best man to go to them. deuce is on the loose with the hillary fbi fall-out edition. take it away, deuce. >> thank you very much, peter. okay. the question is regarding hillary, was what she did truly, simply careless, as james comey said yesterday, or was it criminal? we have a bunch of people right over here. so, what's your name? >> rebecca banks. >> what did you think? >> beyond criminal. >> you think it's beyond careless, it's criminal. >> john banks. it's definitely criminal. >> paula burrket, definitely criminal. >> i believe she is a criminal. >> that's a little different. >> we know whose side you're on with that hat right there.
what's your name? >> rachel. >> where are you from? >> evansburg, pennsylvania. >> what did you think of james comey letting her off the hook? >> absolutely wrong. she's definitely a criminal. >> i see where this is going. what's your name? >> brian hurtag. >> did you think there was enough evidence? >> yeah. i was surprised when he said he wasn't going to press charges. >> did it surprise you, sir? >> yes. he laid it out and said he was letting her off the hook. >> a little bit of both. >> a little or a lot of both. >> what's your name? >> eliana. >> do you have any idea what we're talking about? >> yes, politics. >> what's going on in politics? >> i don't know. >> okay. very good. so we're talking a little bit about hillary. >> presidential election something kind of like that? >> that's great. >> what grade are you in? >> going into fourth.
>> congratulations. how is your summer going? >> good. >> hello. is this your daughter? >> this is my daughter. >> she is adorable. >> thank you. >> what did you think of the hillary decision yesterday? >> criminal. >> criminal? >> yes. >> why didn't they decide to do anything? >> i don't know. i guess it's fixed. >> do you know what it means when you hear it's fixed, it's rigged, young man? >> yes, sir. >> and at your house around the table do they talk about politics a lot? >> not really. >> perfect. you're all great. you're all young people. what are you doing in new york city? >> it's actually celebrating my 16th birthday. >> happy birthday. >> thank you. >> all right. >> so i think we have a pretty good idea that the people here on the street regarding hillary feel that what she did was not just careless, it was, well, a little on the criminal side. back to you. >> they were pretty intent on
it, too. >> some saying she was a criminal. >> thank you so much. he is so good at that. >> he's the best. guess what, today is national fried chicken day. our favorite. and she has one of the most popular batter recipes of all time. ms. paula dean is live with her secret ingredient coming up next. >> first, let's check in with what's coming up at the top of the hour. we'll keep you some legs inside. >> thanks a lot, you guys. good to see you. there's a fire storm over the fbi's decision despite specific findings that clinton lied about sending top secret information, and did expose sensitive information on insecured servers. we have the former attorney general and jason chaves says that director comey may appear before their committee as early as tomorrow. also, we're about ten days away now from the rnc. so are they ready? and what are they going to do
♪ you know it's such a classic all-american favorite that it's got its own holiday. today, ladies and gentlemen, is national fried chicken day! [ cheers and applause ]. >> and to show off the best way to make fried chicken is paula dean. hey, good to see you. >> thank you, y'all. it's so good to see y'all. >> good morning. >> i'm so honored that for national fried chicken day you'll asked me to come and fry the chicken. you know, it may be fried chicken to everybody else, but that fried chicken represents
the ability to give my family a good life. >> there you go. >> love and life and all the good things. >> everything good, peter. everything good. >> because that's where it all started, the recipe. >> yeah. my wife has made your fried chicken before. it is delicious. >> good. >> show everybody else how to make it. >> i have good, good news because now i have the chicken coating available which you can buy. well, i guess go to pau pauladean.com. listen, this is what we use to make our biscuits now. i wanted to make them foolproof for everybody. the corn bread mix is incredible. the hot cake mix is incredible. so any way, this is our fried chicken coating.
>> it's fixing to go into some grocery stores but go to pau pauladean.com. at the restaurant, we always use my hot sauce. >> you put the hot sauce on before you fry it? >> yes. you don't have to worry about it being too hot, steve, because it cooks off. >> okay. >> this is all you have to do. >> good idea. >> and this has everything in it that you will need. >> this is the fried chicken coating. >> yes. it's the coating. >> look at that. >> like i said, this has everything that you'll need. >> what kind of oil do you use? >> nothing but peanut oil. >> really? >> because it has a higher resistance to burning and you can reuse it, honey, you can reuse it, strain it and reuse it. even though it's a little bit more expensive. >> as we look at the fried chicken cooker right there, you also have a brand new line of cook wear and you have plates and all of that other stuff,
too. >> yes, yes, yes. i have a brand new set of pots and pans. they're beautiful. meijer made them for me. here, peter. >> thank you so much. >> you don't mind my hands, do you? >> no. >> thank you so much. >> that's good. >> they helped me design the most beautiful set of plates. i have garden roosters. roosters and chickens. i adore chickens. >> people wonder what that little is because it's not hot either. >> it's not. >> we're going to step aside. when we come back, paula dean is going to give you some chicken. >> yes. ♪ i can do easily. benefiber® healthy shape helps curb cravings. it's a clear, taste-free daily supplement... ...that's clinically proven to help keep me fuller longer. benefiber® healthy shape. this, i can do. find us in the fiber aisle.
veronica. >> happy birthday! we're so grateful. >> happy birthday, mom. >> happy birthday, mom. >> paula dean, thank you so much. >> i want to wish everybody a happy national bill: the fallout from the f.b.i.'s decision not to go after hillary clinton. james comey may testify before congress as early as tomorrow. martha: welcome back. you have got a lot of headlines on your newspapers. the front panel of the "new york post," "hillary skates. clinton gets away with