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[national anthem] ♪ ♪ abby: capitol hill looking to regroup, after latest repeal of obamacare crashed burned in the senate president urging senate gop not to give up one of the -- saying this after seven years of repeal and replace the people of our great kin are forced to live with o imploding obamacare. >> people run a campaign on it then they do the exact opposite when they get to kwausht. >> american people are tired of politicize as usual. >> u.s. condemning north korea after a test fired second intercontinental ballistic missile this test it says proves can strike entire u.s. main landed.
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>> don't have margin for error got to solve this if we don't solve this, this world is going to be a horrible place. >> white house dealing with another high wlefl shake-up as president trump taps homeland security secretary john kelly to replace reince priebus as chief of staff there is no better person to help president run west wing of the white house, and general john kelly. >> secretary kelly. >> one of those unusual people can rise above partisan politics won't controversial except those want to see the administration fail. ♪ ♪ abby: the music this morning that is right.
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>> 5:57 a.m., early in the morning really early, remember it is early jay lose track during the show, got. >> the music jersey on couch a jersey infusion on "fox & friends." >> we should take requests from viewers for music. abby: good idea. >> i don't want to take credit it was sean's idea a producer. >> what do you want to wake up listening to -- >> light piano music just -- coax you out of birthday smooth jazz or rocking music friends of foxnews.com fox news alert united states conducted another -- missile defense system test in alaska. >> bombers over south korea in response to north korea second nuclear missile test. >> live in washington with breaking details good morning. >> good morning to you agency
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confirming moments ago that they conducted another successful interception a spokesperson for the missile defense agency saying medium range target ballistic missile was air launched over pacific ocean thaad weapon system in alaska to detech track interceptor target 15th conducted by thaad miss ill system tried 15 times now all of them have been successful, this as president trump, is criticizing china for what he suggests is inaction when it comes to north korea, tweeting, i am very disappointed in china our past leaders have allowed them to make hundreds of billions a year in trade yet they do nothing for us, with north korea. just talk we will no longer allow this to continue china could easily solve this u.s. air force flew two b1-b
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bombers over korean pension l.a. yesterday lasted 10 hours u.s. bombers took off from and sewn air base in guam met up with japanese fighter jets u.s. air force base in south korea before leading back to guam officials say it was a direct response, to north korea's icbm test july 3 and 28 department of defense says friday's missile traveled over 1,000 kilometers before splashing down in sea of japan, north korean says recent launch approves north korea is capable of hitting u.s. and delivering a large nuclear warhead experts say launch shows north korea could reach cities like los angeles, and chicago. >> the big -- threat not just icbm it is that icbm coupled with nuclear capability. what i am most concerned with today is where they stand,
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with this -- miniaturized design. >> u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson criticized russia and china saying they bear responsibility for this quote growing threat to regional global stability he so-called on u.n. to ramp up sanctions, abby pete, clayton. abby: thank you. >> a serious stuff on this because when you think about north korea, and you put options on table president trump listening to experts generals on this saying look, if we don't rely on places like china russia that basically support north korea as it is, then we have to go directly to north korea could lead to a second korean war no won wants that to be outlook think how north korea trades no one is going to apply goods through north korea everything goes through china i think important we've got to be as tough as possible on china right now to see what we can do diplomatically, before we go in militarily. >> thought would have support from china after the president china met with president trump
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in washington, but you can see from his tweets not too happy with them. abby: not at all. >> not too happy with congress president trump. abby: is anybody? >> no, you can tell yesterday firing on twitter you would think that health care is dead right we are going to move on tax reform going to move on infrastructure, well not so fast! because president trump took to twitter fired off rounds of tweets after seven years of talking repeal and replace, the people of our great country are still being forced to life with imploding obamacare new health care bill not approved quickly bailouts for insurance companies for members of congress end very soon threatening saying i am going to take away health benefits congress look unless republican senators total quiters repeal and replace is not dead demand another vote before voting on another bill a smart motive everyone, kind of -- so nice of you a cushy health care package. >> what would happen with any other job or business or industry you would be fired, or you would go bankrupt, there is no accountability for
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congress today. >> my concern with that threat though is a lot of individuals in congress not all but a lotch of them are independently wealthy made so much this is going to impact as much as i think president would like it to as threat. >> right i think this is a symbolic. abby: rile up american people. >> but gets them to say look get back to your taking five weeks off he didn't mention that, by the way, five week recess remember mitch mcconnell slammed we're not going to do recess get health care through identification he went back on recess, all off -- for august. get back to washington, get something done, people are suffering right now why are you off for five weeks. abby: good point a lot of members don't live reality live under obamacare exaggerates how it is for your life family he is threatening them i think a lot of american people would agree with that, they are so fed up, with the lack of accountability, with our congressional members what do you think do you think the
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president should cut congress's health benefits, friends at foxnews.com i think a lot of people what do we do you can't fire them. >> curious if views are say no keep them we are going to blow up e-mail boxes. >> read one person who says we want them to keep it i go back is it that one laid i met this week in ohio, who doubled income no kid family both working very very hard, she was running the ham ton in where we said can't afford health care looks at individuals in her simgs on welfare free health care the problem there is. >> something needs to be done democrats saying oh there are problems we have to fix those problems where were you over last seven years. >>. abby: they have an election around the corner how do they go to swinths sconstituents.
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>> we have not talked about s sanctuary there is big news out of portland, oregon disgusting story, we have been talking about long island president trump talking to police there we've got to crack down on ms-13 get to the heart of illegal immigrants coming in destroying communities. well, now this guy, sergio josé martinez we learned, arrested deported 20 times, is backs in custody this morning, new charges against him, first degree kidnapping first degree robbery second degree sexual assault first degree sexual abuse first degree sodomy first degree burglary assaulted elderly woman. abby: foriffic 20 times deported 20 times because sf sanctuary cities i guess ice was not lettered about this guy we won't talk about sanctuary cities we do that so much this is not about politics this is common sense, i don't know when he came for political back-and-forth
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republicans versus democrats if you are an american you should care, about reporting someone like this, to the authorities to, get them out of this country. >> right. >> i don't understand, is that number 20 that number should be zero in the fact that there are individuals run sanctuary cities it can that number 20 is somehow okay think about that. >> living as transalienahe car back in 2008 criminal trespassing early part of this year after christmas, methamphetamine position burglary if anybody else would be locked up for years. >> the fact that he is shroudeded in schae city blankets gets i look other way he is able to roam agree. >> give president trump credit 16-year-old girl allegedly
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murdered by gang members of m; 13 so real for first time this year our community is this has become a focus people outside of where we live know what ms-13 is i didn't know before a year ago to have you give administration credit for stepping up recognizing what a big issue cracking down on that. >> fascinating friday to trump speech long island there were individuals that were anti-trump calling him racist. and really -- sort of hitting that point hard without any backup. then i was on trump side there was a lovely i don't want to say her age, but she was mil aged woman spoke very, very little english, but she was so for what president trump was doing, was latina saying i have worked my entire life worked so hard, worked three jobs, put kids through school, i don't want these people coming here ruining my country. she was so passionate about it, and it was so inspiring to me, and then you had people on the other side who are just
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angry to be angry, and this is where we are in this country, that is what has to stop. >> yeah. >> let us know what you think about friends of foxnews.com we will talk to experts later in the show. abby: starting with fox news alert airport security, on high alert after a terrorist plot to blow up a passenger plane, has been foiled by police, four people arrested antiterror raid in multiple neighborhoods, in australia. >> -- as i said before we do believe islamic inspired, and terrorism, exactly what is behind this is something we need to investigate further. >> at least one device was found but the details not veiled. >> rare summer storm causing massive flooding on the east coast, more than three inches of rain in west virginia turning backyards into rivers to look at that officials a declaring state of emergency
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in six counties calling in national guard to evacuate, millions impacted in virginia maryland, washington, d.c. . >> you may remember this moment sarah huckabee sanders began a press briefing reading alert from 9-year-old president trump fan best known as pickle after hearing that many on the internet quick to take to social media saying pickels didn't exist this morning many pickle -- now admitting they were wrong after "fox & friends" interviewed pickle yesterday morning. >> why did you write that letter? >> -- to -- >> because i wanted him to be my friend. >> dillon plans to take up offer from white house for a tour, he said i hope they serve you pickles when you go. >> real pickle changed our show yesterday. >> pickle -- >> your president trump say republicans look like fools after voting down health care
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bill what can president do to drain swamp get something done. >> remember this program some rehab, change their jihadi ways turns out they said no, no thank you. abby: shocking. ♪ ♪ what good is having insurance if you get punished for using it? for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. liberty mutual insurance.
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if you've got a life, you gotta swiffer abby: welcome back president making message clear as last ditch effort to repeal obamacare failed in the senate a series of tweets said republicans in senate will never win, if they gotten go to 51 vote majority now they look like fools wasting time, dems totally control u.s. senate many republican bills the never pass like syndicate's law complete health care get smart. >> fox news contributor founded other of resurgence eric. >> thanks for waking up. >> thank you. abby: what is your response to that specific tweet you say you don't agree with that.
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>> yeah, lessen koent get 51 for health care trying to get rid of filibuster i don't think something they need to commit to frankly because of the rules of senate they would have to have two-thirds vote of the senate right now to get rid of it only way get rid of filibuster to wait until 2019, after the u.s. senate election, because in the middle of the senate to try to change the rules takes two-thirds vote, so again, though republicans couldn't get 51 votes to pass health care. abby: what about going after mitch mcconnell majority leader in senate everyone saying master mind behind rallying getting enough for a bill to pass clearly not the case time after time can president go directly after mitch mcconnell. >> i think he needs to go around mitch mcconnell go to some people protected like lisa murkowski would not be in senate exponent mitch mcconnell decided to use national republican senatorial committee to protect her when she left the republican party, remember quit gop, and mitch mcconnell did not back republicans gepdz her he backed her.
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>> where in here a lot of people say at the what point do you move on to something that can passion, like tax reform, or infrastructure, eric do you think they stay on health care president. >> what do you say we've got to move on. >> i think they need to move on we need to remember they could could call this up at any time if president got rid of federal government subsidy congressional assurance would build pressure barack obama gave congress federal government subsidy to cover cost of shrns take it away drives up cost on them and employees would build pressure internally. abby: time to drain swamp no accountability for congress. >> there is noun a 95% reelection rate, if president wants to make a difference campaign against some republicans in primaries. >> wouldn't that be interesting to see because you have not seen a lot of support, as much as people would have liked, among republicans behind president
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trump, so that would be really fascinating to see play out come midterms really good to see you. >> thank you. abby: have a good day. coming up, reince priebus ready to declare biggest accomplishment during his time in the white house, hear from him just straight ahead. and is pc college culture about to infiltrate elementary schools debate whether to give kids a lesson in social justice up next, on sunday morning, ♪ drive me crazy, make me crazy about make they crazy ♪ fortunately, there's rocket mortgage by quicken loans. apply simply. understand fully. mortgage confidently.
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we are back incoming chief of staff secretary june kelly
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bringing one to department of homeland to the west wing neilson will follow her boss white house deputy chief of staff worked under president george w. bush special assistant on homeland security council, and senator john mccain to begin treatments in fight against brain cancer will start radiation chemo in phoenix tomorrow plans to be in washington the end of the august recess hoping very best for him. >> ♪ ♪. >> thank you. >> -- schools -- teaching for social justice deconstrouking racially microgrefaggression workshops to be teaching. >> columbia university teachers college taught to k through 12 teachers and principals is pc college culture spilling into integrate school, the host for blaze lawrence jones thanks for being here what is a
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microaggression for those don't necessarily know? >> essentially a microaggression is something racially other gender based that would offended someone not anything that you can really you know, say exactly what it is. it is just if it offends you that is a a problem. >> basically what they are battling they say is white aggression white privilege white aggression in campuses and schools across the country, helping educators to prepare them for this bhiet privilege. how do you prepare for white privilege what is white privilege why does it seem like epidemic to these schools. >> for me, i don't believe in the whole notion of propriety white privilege we are teaching a generation they are inferior to white people, essentially telling young people that they can't make it they can't be successful because white people have it
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easier my peers never taught me they taught no matter what color be best you can be why i am here, what i am concerned about we have seen on college campuses adults on campuses now spreading this to elementary students, i don't think they have the mental about capability to distinguish what to do. >> i want to read you a quote from the director amy wells on goal of the program says it is always about getting kids into the building and i just think we are always missing the educators who actually do work interact with kids on daily basis help them understand race in terms of how relating to other students. what is your response to that. >> can we just let the kids be kids? can we allow them to communicate, i think they are creating a problem, with kids that are innocent and interact differently than the older generation, honestly the way i feel about racism in america,
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today, which is limited a small group of people those people going to have to die off, we are seeing people reproduce in ways we have mixed obtained we have people coming together we have young people even when you talk about "black lives matter" you have a lot of white people marchering in those marches leave this race a biting tactic to adults allow kids to be kids. >> you know what critics will say is that when sort of deconstructing racially microaggression workshop saying insults happen on regular basis to white teachers white kids they probably have no idea they are so out of touch this sort of stuff happens all the time that is their argument. >> yeah, that is nonsense, by the way, a microaggression on the left the left terminology is not only race it is gender, it is sex you know they have -- it if anything that would
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make a -- a minority class he offended what i am afraid of is that your -- not preparing the next generation for the real world, they are going to be a ton of things that happen in your work life, or at your schools or just interacting with people you are not going to like that is going to o fend you you got to keep moving you can't allow that to grind you down they are setting a tone that kids are going to be not able to make it in real world. >> thank you very much 800 dollars for this maybe that could be used on supplies teachers don't buy their own. >> amen amen. >> exactly. >> still ahead late night comedians love the bash the president. >> i tell you what head of the health care vote senators saying they had no clue what they have been voting on. americans said just like in at the elections. >> whining anti-trump jokes don't seem winning over conservatives. >> check this out up, up and away one of the largest balloon festivals in the
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♪ >> health care vote senators saying they had no clue what they have been voting on, america said hey just like in the election. >> president trump wrote all cap tweet saying in america we don't worship government we worship god. . most of us will happily worship whenever one gets you out of office first the failure of the gop health care plan majority leader mitch mcconnell outlined plans to repeal obamacare without a bill to replace it same way we got rid of obama without a good plan to replace him. >> late night comedians a panel in pasadena california they are saddened can't come up with new material to trash president trump you remember there are upset a few years ago when they said president obama they couldn't come up with material because -- was
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too boring remember that common refrain n "saturday night live" writers. abby: ring out of material a writer for the "daily show" they always hitting on president trump what she said to variety it can get boring to deal with the same person same level of outrage with everything he does to try to find a new way to go after that can be boring. >> a quote from jason wright head writer for the jim jeffrey show quote i worn how much preaching to the choir we're not really going to convert anyone but trying to point things out that people may have missed, i truly do not know if there is a way to reach the other side, i got a thought. how come you just write jockeys i don't think seinfeld was on panel where he analyzed he was just photocopy people laughed. >> his point he is trying to he is upset that they can't reach the other side. so --
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>> not watching. >> right. >> not watching and if they are they are more motivated to be against late-night comics support president trump case they are attacking minimum reminds me of mainstream media many times they are their own audience not thinking middle of america who are we trying to represent who listening to us. >> don rickles others equal opportunity offenders would go after everyone all sides rediclsuness. >> advice you know, we know all about. >> comedy writers. >> headlines a vote in socialist country venezuela could allow government to
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rewrite constitution amid months of deadly violent protests. ♪ many are protesting the vote if council is approved would create a dictatorship more than 100 people died in those riots more economic sanctions from u.s. are expected. a massive fire forcing 22000 people to evacuate a music festival the stage at tomorrow landed a festival in barcelona up in flames you can see there officials to the fire started after a technical malfunction nobody was hurt electronic dance festival canceled after next stop taiwan france closing door on jihadi rehas been project if you heard about this government making announcement failing to fill that rehab center with terrorists we told you about that center when launched in september 2016 it was created in effort to deradicalize
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extremities between 18 and 30, planned as part of the 40-million-dollar program so unclear if they will ever open doors again. i could have told them a year ago. >> a business center. >> 40 million dollars later. >> a nice kitchen there -- check with rick at 35th annual quick check festival ballooning one of rick's favorite days of the year gets to two into fields we send him up in a balloon we hope by the end of the show, hey, rick. . >> some times it doesn't end so well like ended up in somebody's yard they called cops on us once not always good see how today goes this is 35th annual event here that executive producer 35 years amazing what is new this year. >> we are having a special anniversary in seconds or with knc bank balloons from the tent, the quick check bon voyage an acrobat doing event
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underneath the balloon will start 5k 8:00 advil running with the balloon unfurling a banner runners start, we have, 6:30 record crowds expecting record crowds beautiful i appreciate low winds we can have a great 100 balloons information balloon festival.com quick check call 1-800 -- >> awesome, great event and amazing weather for it, now you are one of the pilots here, how does a nice morning like this help you go a is. >> it is wonderful, it is the great to get in the sky i -- nice big giant bear unique foot excited to be here. >> one of the world renowned pilots how many days a year are you flying hot air balloons. >> as many as i can fly
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between 45 minutes an hour depends on landing space winds out there. >> how high. >> 500, 1,000 feet usually. >> there you go, any fear while up there. >> oh, no, i tell people how do you like my outfit. >> pretty nice office we are going to be experiencing one later on, good luck with your flight thanks so much, much more to come, in just probably within next 45 minutes or so all the balloons will be blowing up and it is a beautiful sight in the morning. >> you didn't talk about the weather. >> picture balloon yet? >> -- i have not, i will pick balloon let you know. >> teddy bear. >> thank you i wanting to go up in hot-air balloon have you done it. >> no. >> try it. >> i am not biggest fan. >> do show from hot-air balloon coming up, a former i.t. staffer arrested trying to flee to pack ston brand-new report says debbie wasserman schultz was going to keep paying minimum while he lived
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replica lunar module got neil armstrong on moon in 1959 missing, like miss of tapes from nasa responded to armstrong era space mutually in ohio discovering it was gone police don't know how much it is worth so far no one has been taught. todd: former i.t. staffer arrested trying to flee to pack ston debbie wasserman schultz o could be the one in the hot set a. >> what was he doing, with this -- very confidential information that he had access to, he was -- served accurately members people don't want to cover this, her i.t. adviser was not fired with other people in february this would be more than just fraud. >> investigative reporter for daily caller covered since the beginning joins us to explain you are doing amazing work on this, second specifically how could this be more than bank
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fraud. >> in my six months investigation of guys i have been looking into this since february what you see is a pattern of this guy using family members as proxy for financial maneuvers charged with bank fraud as a play folder because he attempted to leave country unexpectedly fbi had to find a way to detain him when you look at on the capitol hill side going on for ever and decade he had relatives about four and two friends, getting paid on by house members getting paid 3 or 4 times as much as other i.t. guys, and a lot of those guys didn't appear showing up for work so you have basically a ghost employee scheme questions to ask members of congress had to add these guys to the payroll sign forms giving access to i.t. why did they do that. >> how deep do you think this goes? >> um i think this is going on for 10 years, there has been a lot of red flags in backgrounds, there have been
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reasons why members of congress would have known that these guys weren't showing up one worked at mcdonald's a lot of them spent significant time in pakistan every year couldn't have been doing their jobs, one of them was running a car dealership all kinds of things like that why sign so many won's pay stub month after month if you have not seen them members of congress would be the say when think of seen some i.t. guys i have been asking for months you have to ask what leverage might someone have over members of congress and that is when we start getting concerned about the fact that that he did have access to all e-mails all files. >> a lot of questions remaining one is why did debbie wasserman schultz keep these individuals on payrolls? >> right, she did not fire guys paying this guy irwithstand and wife didn't fire them when they with subpoenaed didn't fire them banned from network don't do primary function of job won't say what job they were doing instead of of that what value
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providing to taxpayers, she appears to have known that the wife left the country permanently after wiring hundreds of thousands of dollars to pakistan because she dropped her off her payroll, right o she left that indicates she probably knew she wasn't coming back knew bored that had flight makes sense her husband was still on payroll, and finally, she appears to have been want to go keep paying this guy even when he was in pakistan, because his lawyer said that he informed the house he was going on six month trip to pakistan debbie wasserman schultz says he was only fired because he was arrested implies if he bored that had flight they would have paid somebody in pakistan six months banned from network a criminal suspect couldn't be providing any services for her why would you want to pay this random at this time apply should be rereplaceable easley. >> -- we are talking -- the
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attacks on he and family a a frenzyy the yint muslim bigotry in heart of democracy for months slanderous statements tarting this we are confident he will be able to clear his name and get on with his life, when you hear that, what is your thought? >> i think he should talk to representative carson of indiana a muslim lawmaker homeland security law enforcement guy he fired they see i.t. guys as soon as allegations merged he had seen red flags in backgrounds was concerned about the obviously threat concerned debbie wasserman schultz blocked capital police frommes so to laptop allegedly seized and allegedly used by him hidden in the building, carson has said we should be looking at this hard drive, you know
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without -- without restrictions. >> with a with that in mind security concerns at play financial concerns at play here will debbie wasserman schultz be forced to testify? >> wore going to have to wait and see but there is a lot of questions here, and there were refusal to answer any questions, even said they have seen their i.t. guy something else is up here usually a question that wouldn't be that hard to answer wouldn't be that big of a deal. >> great point keep up good work on this you are one of the only ones working on this we appreciate the effort is to expose truth coming up this illegal immigrant deported not once not twice but 20 times, and a huge rap sheet released despite detainer from ice charging with assault in sanctuary city steve cortes says down the make sense joins us he live next hour president trump is willing to let obamacare implode what would that do to health care coverage dr. mark siegel
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abby: welcome back president trump expressing frustration after so-called skinny repeal failed to pass the senate he tweeted this, over the past 24 hours after seven years of talking repeal and replace the people of our great country are still being forced to life with imploding obamacare if a new health care bill is not proffered quickly bailouts for insurance companies bailouts for members of congress will end very soon. so what would all of this look like fox news medical a-team dr. mark siegel joins us a prefer medicine nyu.
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>> great to see what you would that look like if president trump canceled health care benefits for lawmakers could he do that what would that look like. >> if he tries to do that going to get people's attention yes, he can do that that is provision in obamacare i think if he tries to do that people will take more seriously trying to reform this beast i call three-legged school, by the way, first leg is the mandates so they mountain you to apply insurance clayton don't mandate that i take that insurance doctors are fleeing from it don't mandate that insurers play all about a lot of insurers are dropping out. the second leg is the one-size-fits-all all the essentially benefits all preexisting conditions covered almost by same price, that is expensive, and that is why premiums are skyrocketing, then the third leg is the subsidy look, president trump as a businessman, is noticing subsidies going up, up, up, to prop the system up so the
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system death spiral likely when he subsidizes exchanges or not it is too expensive. >> we have seen premiums going up and up, his argument is that lets just let obamacare implode once it implodes sort of dismantle itself, everyone will see what a disaster this is, forced to repeal and replace this thing to get this through. your argument though it is go already happening going to happen on its own there is nothing we can do about it. >> president trump made that point as campaign pledge, he said obamacare was imploding said obamacare failing look 19 states have premiums that have risen over 20% the past year alone, if you are a working family, you can't afford that premium then you get to the doctors office like mine you proudly show new insurance card guess what? your deductible sucks it up you have to pay out-of-pocket. clayton: democrats argue opposite say cutting off payments would be tantamount to sabotaging thank you insurance markets republicans
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will bear proclaim for all of this that premium will go up, and health care will be more expensive for millions of americans, that is what democrats say if in let this thing implode. >> look i think democrats should come to the table and try to negotiate something. and then it won't implode, by the way, insurers, insurers have gamed the system by insisting again on one-size-fits-all when means only the large insurers can forward it if you are in business as a small insurer, you could do well with catastrophic policy clayton you can't afford this policy that has all essentially benefits so only a couple of insurers can afford to play ball they have market rigged can increase premiums all they want. >> i think doctors and patients need to get together figure out what is happening with doctors office it ain't going to a well right now. >> to along wait times. >> to a long wait computerize time for doctors, we are worried about malpractice and physician shortage key points
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abby: republicans capitol hill looking to regroup, after their latest effort to repeal obamacare burned in senate. >> urging gop not to give up sig this after seven years talking repeal and replace people of our great country are still being forced to live with imploding obamacare. >> run campaigns on it do the exact opposite when they get to washington. >> american people are tired of politics as usual, the u.s. now condemning north korea after a it test fired second intercontinental ballistic missile the rogue regime says this proves it can strike 2 entire u.s. mainland.
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>> we don't have very much margin for error got to solve this now if we don't solve this now this world is going to be a horrible place. >> white house dealing with another high level shake-up as president trump taps homeland security secretary john kelly to replace reince priebus as chief of staff there is no better person, no better leader to help the president run the west wing of the white house. than general john kelly. >> secretary kelly. >> one of those unusual people that can rise above you partisan politics won't be controversial except by those who want to see the administration fail. ♪ ♪ ♪ taking a bath all about a saturday night whoa, rub-a-dub. abby: out on plaza, that is what we do we always celebrate anything, and celebrating summer, and spending time with
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family and friends, pools cool off safety tips for young kids. clayton: requests on radio station this comes from james -- james wakes up to splish-splash by bobby darin we're playing it for him hi. abby: like. >> it taking requests all weekend long here at wkrc cincinnati yes, we will play -- >> i like that song, good choice keep your music coming what do you want to hear, we always pick our songs, so let us know what you want to hear friends of foxnews.com weigh in to this fox news alert united states is just kugd another test of its missile defense system, in alaska. abby: hours after flying bombers over south korea in response to north korea second nuclear missile test. >> live in washington with breaking details ellison. reporter: pentagon says they shot down immediate marine corps about blastic middle the
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final terminal phase of a launch designed to intercept short immediate yemen range ballistic missiles not like north korea launched friday u.s. says 15 successful tests of thaad 15 out of 15 only done 15 recent in response to north korea's frye launch of intercontinental ballistic missile north korea state media says their recent icbm launch approves north korea is capable of hitting u.s., and delivering a large nuclear warhead experts say long-range missile flew over 500 miles higher than july 4th test, in a statement u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson says russia and china need to do more. president trump is tweeting some of his criticisms writing quote i am very disappointed in china our foolish past leaders allowed to make hundreds of billions of dollars a year in trade, yet
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they do nothing for us, with north korea. just talk, we will no longer allow this to continue. china could easily solve this problem. the thaad test on heels of another show of force in response to north korea's missile launch yesterday, u.s. air force flew two b1-b bombers over korean peninsula alongsides japanese and korean fighter jets, abby todd clayton. abby: thanks. clayton: talk about what else the president is doing he was fired up on twitter taking on congress, issuing a threat to republicans you better get health care, handeled we are not putting this to bed yet you better bet repeal repeal of obamacare handled otherwise i may take your health benefits also here is what he sad to say after seven years of talking repeal and replace, the people of our great country are still being forced to life with with imploding obamacare the new health care bill is not approved quickly bailouts for insurance companies bailouts for members
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of congress will end very soon. unless republican senators are total quitters repeal and replace is not dead demand another vote before voting on another bill kellyanne conway on show yesterday said he doesn't get kaubt up in the this idea that all this is dead we want move on doesn't sake no for an answer going to want to rail this through i think members of congress thought they were going home for august we tried we file go home enjoy pool time with kids and family, then toef to wake up see tweets, we're not done yet i guess we better get back. abby: going away five weeks vacation i mean no accountability from members of congress what the president is saying they should know what it is like to live under obamacare exchanges, if they are to tee implement a law can't do job i am going to show them what the struggles are eric on show talked about taking away health care here is what he said. >> if the president did get rid of the federal government subsidy on congressional insurance i think it would build pressure on them
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remember barack obama gave congress a federal government subsidy to cover cost of insurance, take it away, cost on them and employees and that would build pressure internally. >> to your point earlier. clayton: right. abby: at first are a he had that tweet think they are not struggling with health care is that going to impact them right. >> but to that point though they are getting a nugget in terms of hope from federal government, and like you said, they seer people paid pretty well, let's marry what you guys have to say this is e-mail -- president trump should cut more than that average person fails to do their job about usually fired, they need to do their job and work with the president, not against him that is kind of the general theme you are hearing from people out there, in middle america jay fired or company goes bankrupt i say no accountability they go on a side -- five-week vacation e-mail from norah congress should have been on a same health care plan as voted into place for american people essentially exactly what president trump is tweeting about. >> sanders says right on
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congress should live by same laws they pass for country when they think about what they are doing let us know what you think friends of foxnews.com should president remove subsidies for congress on health care. >> meanwhile, tomorrow new chief of staff we, of course, talking about general john kelly takes over for outgoing fired reince priebus last week, so taking over at the white house got a tall order a lot of on the agenda, corey lewandowski last night talking about this is going to be removing some personalities that are existing there people on their own agenda out the door, now he is hoping anyway, list obscene very important the intrigue stops anybody if not on president's agenda should not be in administration i think what you are going to find with general kelly a person serious, about leaks, and stopping them i guess is general make sure every person in a that building an employee reports directly to general he help take over baghdad a four star you know retired marine
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look what he did at department of homeland security, runs like militia presighings every senior staff at meeting on monday general likely going to lay out what structure is going to look like new procedures policies are things will change inside the building from potentially what was free wielding way to much more structured system the whoep a guy in kelly who he really doesn't make bs a guy gets in there, he is obviously been in the military comes from that structure, and seems at least the hope is he is going to get in there do the stuff that reince priebus couldn't do, in terms of structure forget policy for a moment talking in terms of chain of command getting in there saying this is how it works i am running the show the only person that itself above me is mr. trump. >> respect from both sides. >> exactly. >> you say, to stirewalt's point to be chief of staff you have to be the chief of the staff. abby: access to everything.
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clayton: this idea ivanka people rolling through white house checking with him when they come off the meetings with the president is he going to be privy to misinformation will that be checked to him this is where you know corey lewandowski others said that has to be very important mark on show when he comes out of meetings are they able to hand that to general kelly he is in charge of the information to white house. >> you look how many things he has managed over years we go through résume serving overseas managing many departments, in washington, d.c., and you know what i love about this guy he has to be convinced to do job i think president trump asked him so i understand a periods of time please come work with me i want you on my team i want you he helping me in white house not in it for himself that is such a problem, in politics, when you think about campaigns that i have experience ordinary white house, so many people are about their own people, are about themselves, they are not thinking about person serving about president trump so a lot of people are
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pointing fingers at president trump saying he is to blame for chaos in white house what about people around him that have been leakers right? what about people not bowing down to him. >> personal agenda what kellyanne was saying yesterday she hopes will be done of a to clayton's point if he is that great of a leader mr. kelly will be able to deal with all those personalities. >> high alert after terrorist plot to blow pup passenger plane foiled by police four arrested in unite terror raids in australia. >> before we do believe it is almost aic inspired, and terrorism, and exactly what is behind this is something a that we will need to investigate. >> at least one suspicious device found details how the plot happened, have not been revealed. >> a rare summer storm causing mass flooding on the east coast more than 3 inches of rain falling in west virginia
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turning backyards into rivers officials declaring state of emergency in six counties calling in national guard, to help evacuate some of the residents, flooding also across southern new jersey millions impacted in virginia, maryland, and washington, d.c. . >> fox news alert, while you were sleeping police crack down on ms-13 gang activity long island new york local ploifz raiding bars suspected of gang activity in new york area six arrested on multiple charges one being deported two times this comes one day after president trump visited the island, promising tougher policies. >> as saying we didn't know what ms-13 was a year ago. >> right. >> such an issue. >> talking about it every weekend get to rick at new jersey 35th annual quick check festival of ballooning, looks not terrible hot.
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>> a beautiful morning a little bit chilly not much wind the balloons right now are getting ready to take off, they are inflating i have been told inflating not blowing up, obviously, a beautiful morning, perfectly blue skies, very light wind, and great morning outside in new jersey much more coming up, here on "fox & friends" in a few minutes stay with us. clayton: you this you. >> beautiful. >> i like that called inflating not blowing up makes sense, on show illegal immigrant deported 20 times huge rap sheet released despite detainer from ice charging with assault in sanctuary city, reince priebus ready to declare biggest accomplishment during his time in the white house, here hear straight from a him. >> a request from randy hill, it is the -- great one take it away. ♪ ♪ what is that?
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should not happen number one, this is an outrage and political correctness sometimes can be downright dangerous deadly as seen in cases, this is just an awful case of political correctness run amok the fact he wasn't turned over to ice when they filed did he container as legally required to do, tells me cities like portland my hometown of chicago most state of california, they are flouting civil rights of american citizens should be protected from introduce yous people make rhyme me of i make make liberal heads pop off but it is true rhyme me of george wallace southern governors 1960s refused to comply with federal law they didn't like in civil rights we are seeing a similar kind of reaction governors mayors today the george wallace of our day. >> heads pop off with that
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statement they are saying president trump these moves by ice agents targeting people going after them racist if this administration with raids that is racist. >> right no, that is crazy can when left doesn't want to argue on the facts or policy, what do they do name insurer as his fannick son of grant most time the victims of illegal immigrants are legal immigrants or native born hispanics neighborhoods they resided i would argue racist to not protect american citizens whether legal immigrants or native born americans we have control of system good news there is a lot of bad news a terrible story from portland this is also good news the good news is president trump is already making good six months in to getting our border under control ice tells is illegal crossings down 70% we can't stop there we've got to get to
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one hundred percent, but that is still magnificent progress pretty darn quickly. >> she with that in mind who should be next dhs secretary now that john kelly is going to be chief of staff. >> first let me say i am so glad thrilled john kelly is going to be chief of staff i think will bring discipline order to the west wing of the white house and great things will come amazing man amazing patriot that means he is hard to replace boy did a great job, no six months, only six months, at dhs, a few people i really interested in, two texans texas a border state national fit to find next secretary, secretary perry friend of mine doing a great job at energy maybe content to stay there i think rick perry would be wonderful military background bored governor 14 years i my mick mccaul in u.s. house out of state of texas terrific with early supporter of trump and call for border security understands intelligence needs as well
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>> 23 minutes after the hour quick headlines a few hours people of the socialist country venezuela will vote whether or not to allow the government to rewrite the constitution after months of deadly antigovernment riots. >> ♪. >> constitutional council approved many fear it would create dictatorship, in spain massive fire forces 22000 people to have a he can a festival stage at tomorrowland confess rally barcelona o going in flames after what officials are calling a technically malfunction nobody was hurt, abby to you. abby: thanks goodness thank you, family of is a decorated army lieutenant governor fighting for freedom former first lieutenant governor
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serving 20 years in prisafter he ordered his as you borrowed alternate to fire on three unarmed of a bans killing two arm said he violated rules of engagement his lawyers argue he was trying to defend his patrol and the family believes they have an ally in president donald trump now hope president will pardon him joining me cousin of first lieutenant governor jamie, thanks for being with us i know a long fight for your family. >> yes, ma'am thank you for the opportunity of having us on. >> first reminded people what happened to your cousin what was found out about the two men, that were killed. >> events happened in afghanistan,ings the order -- three men that were riding a motorcycle very fast toward his platoon given orders from afghan national army to stop them they ignored those he gave order to his men to shoot
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when he did they killed two of the men third one got off -- since trial, during the trial, they were saying they are innocent ordered them -- >> since trial uncovered dna evidence linked them not only to id explosives but deaths of other soldiers we have names of soldiers killed and the worst part is military had access to this information during this initial trial, and failed to hand that information over to us, we feel that if that information was provided the end result of his case would have been very different. >> cousin to 20 years in prison you visiting him in prison how is he doing? >> he is doing really well, trying to plan for his future. and he is over coming all an inspires. >> to hope president trump will pardon your country of
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president obama pardoned 1700 people chelsea manning -- on that list, now you are saying look president trump we need you to step in now what is your message to him today. president trump is also a been supporter of the military as well as his -- his vow to make america first we feel this case bridges the ultimate military injustice, and we have thousands of signatures from americans pleading for his release, and that is america first. >> is that what he would tell the president if he had the opportunity to -- >> definitely would after he told him thank you for his service. >> well we are hoping the best for your family whatever happens harry i notice in a long journey for you jamie, i am sure your cousin appreciates you speaking publicly about this, and keep us posted how everything goes. >> thank you so much. >> still ahead former i.t. staffer arrested trying to flee to pakistan a brand new
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it forces them to go to sleep earlier. >> it's a win, win. >> we will be out there with some great pool toys in a mome moment. now disgraced ex- dnc chairman debbie wasserman schultz when everyone got to look at her e-mails and she was forced to step down. >> apparently you've heard the story, she is having to testify after her it staffer was arrested trying to flee the country. apparently it's more than bank fraud, she was going to continue paying him even while he lived in pakistan. >> congress may want her to testify. she is not yet testifying. the fact that she was still paying the sky after she knew he was being investigated. >> let's go over the facts. these are jobs in this computerworld that should be about $40000 an hour year --
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year. they are paying them about $120,000. year. not to mention all of the security issues involved. we spoke with the investigative reporter with the daily caller. here's what he had to say. >> she appears to want to keep a this guy even when he was in pakistan because his lawyer said he informed the house he was going on a six month trip to pakistan and debbie wasserman schultz said he was only fired because he was arrested. that implies if he had boarded the flight, she would've paid someone in pakistan who was banned from the network in a criminal suspect and couldn't provide any services for us. the question is, why would you want to pay this it guy who should be replaceable pretty
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easily, so badly. >> that's the million-dollar question. >> why would she still pay him, knowing this investigation was going on, while he was overseas. there's so many investigations going on and we can't keep it straight. she should testify. >> you wonder what else is going on, especially when we see this fake trump dossier. >> who paid for it. >> who paid for it and these connections with yesterday, kimberly strawser said what are we trying to hide here. >> and they suddenly got more quiet about it. >> will keep paying a guy to maybe keep quiet. >> let's remember where he was found on the way to the airport. as luke said at the end of our interview, he said something doesn't smell right here. the story is far from over. >> i'm in a bring you some headlines are that we are following this morning starting with outgoing reince priebus.
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>> he set in motion a change and shift in the federal judiciary that will affect our kids for the good. >> reince priebus said neil gorsuch is just one of many accomplishments in the trump administration. district court judge christine baker is issuing an injunction against for restrictions in arkansas including a ban on a second trimester procedure. the center for reproductive rights recently sued arkansas over the restrictions arguing they would make it nearly impossible for women to get an abortion. new video release showing the moment a small plane crashes into a ball of fire on a busy california highway. take a look at that. it slammed into the santa ana freeway, narrowly missing dozens of cars.
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they say the plane malfunctions moments after takeoff. the pilot and his wife were pulled from the wreckage. amazingly, they survived. from brand-new to a smoldering pile of metal in less than an hour, a ferrari owner crashes his $288,000 minutes after driving it off the lot. police say the luxury car veered off a wet road before bursting into flames in england. the driver made it out with only a few cuts and bruises. less than 5500 models of that ferrari were even made. >> we are having a pool party on the plaza. >> these are the latest and greatest toys for your own pool party. we want to thank best way for setting up the pool's forest. let's look at some of these toys down here. >> this is a boomerang.
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the driver is facing fines and charges but luckily no one was hurt. >> faith leaders from the u.s. uniting in prayer for our nation and the president including our next guest to set the white house respect religion is pretty clear. >> i'm here with more with his visit to the west wing, father jonathan morris. you say it's pretty clear. >> i was not part of that faith leadership initiative. there was a group that was invited that happened to be the same day i went independently. i was invited to meet with some of the leaders in the west wing. all of that content i keep confidential, but what i loved was the fact that they actually are interested in hearing what i thought, and speaking what i believe to be important points about the direction of our country, and they listened. >> what did you say?
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>> there has to be a good separation. i do not tell them what to do. i tell them this is what i think is right on this issue, this issue and this issue, if they want to hear from me. i was impressed that there is a sense in the white house that we need outside input. that's refreshing. >> we don't always hear that on the outside. something should just stay within the white house walls, but often time your media reporting on stories that they don't get exactly right, especially about religion. i think they've been hit by focusing so much on religion at times. but you were there and you said this was refreshing. >> you think about billy graham. he advised presidents from both parties. there was a respect, not only billy graham toward these presidents, but also respect by
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the presidents of the independenindependence of billy. faith leaders, in my opinion, should not be endorsing candidates or parties because you don't know where they would go. at the same time they need input. i think the religious aspect in the faith aspect is a part of our country that needs to be brought into the equation. >> that's a great point. when you go out and talk to people in america, one of the things you hear them talk about why they love this administration is because they don't feel like they're getting pushback when it comes to their religion. there is a religion war in our country with christmas not being allowed to do your displays and things like that, but when it comes from the administration, i think that hurt people to the core. the trump administration doesn't feel like they're under that kind of attack. >> i put a picture up on facebook and twitter right by the west wing and i was so impressed by people's responses. they were saying thank god, we
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need people in their giving advice and another perspective. i was so impressed also just by the fact that the administrati administration, when i was walking through the halls people weren't like what are you doing here. in europe it would've been like what are you doing here buddy. in the u.s. there is an openness and i love it. >> that's really good to hear that inside perspective. thanks for being here. >> president trump is warning republicans they will cut their health care benefits if they don't pass healthcare. he has every right to be angry according to our next guest. >> a late night comedian loves to bash the president. >> ahead of the health care vote, senator said they had no clue what they been voting on. than americans said just like us during the election. >> they are whining that the
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>> ahead of the health care vote, senators were saying they had no clue what they were voting on. america said just like us during the election. >> president trump wrote in tweets, we don't worship government, we worship god. >> failure of the gop healthcare plan, mitch mcconnell outlined plans to repeal obamacare without a bill to replace it.
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the same way we got rid of obama without a good plan to replace him. >> did you find those jokes to be flat. >> predictable. >> the same place we go over and over again. comedians agree because they can't stand that they can't come up with new material. they held the panel in pasadena and they were all talking about how difficult it is under the trump presidency that they can't keep going to the same trough to get the same jokes. here's what haley had to say. she said you can get really boring with the same person provoking the same level of outrage with everything he does. >> there's also a concern from head writer of the jim jeffrey show. i wonder how much is preaching to the choir. were not going to convert anyone but were trying to point things out that people may have missed. i truly do not know if there's a way to reach the other side.
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the other side probably isn't watching late-night because they realize it's all about bashing president trump. if they ar are watching are only going to double down their support because they're upset about it. >> your job is to make people laugh. i'm in a go a step further. i think this has to do with our favorite phrase, political correctness. you look at the comedians that are out there, they're not very political correct. if they're not publicly correct, but they're funny. when you focus on pc, and attacking the president, it's not funny. >> if you remember the old days --dash i grew up on the floor my parents room and we would watch letterman and jay leno it used to be you didn't know where they were politically. you didn't know they had personal feelings about the president or either political party. today it is just so obvious.
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>> exactly. letterman would go after clinton relentlessly. how many jokes about clinton growing up. johnny carson the same way. but don rickles, an equal opportunity offender, one of the great comedians who passed away, he didn't care who you were, he would go after everyone, but now he's making that statement that we are not going to convert anyone. as if that's their job. those people are watching your show. >> how are they hoping to do that anyway. >> there's that piece that came out about the john oliver show. it was a huge success on hbo. they said it didn't moved the needle during the election. yes there was outrage but it didn't end up moving the needle at all. >> other ten people on the upper east side watching john oliver. >> a lot of them are millennia millennial's. >> at least they figured it out. >> still ahead, general john
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kelly is set to take over as the chief of staff. this guest thanks it will be a great combination. he's joining us at the top of the hour. >> i remember the old days chris wallace was on tv and maria, wait a minute, that's today and they're all on our show. will be back. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ to hit 'send all' ♪ ♪ t now.
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the senate. >> these people run a campaign on it and then they do the exact opposite when they get here to washington. >> the american people are tired of politics as usual. >> the united states has conducted another test of a missile defense system. they flew two bombers over north korea in response to north korea's missile test. >> we have to solve this now. if we don't, this world will be a horrible place. >> white house dealing with yet another high-level shakeup as john kelly is looking to replace reince priebus. there is better person to run it then general john kerry. >> he can rise above politics.
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he won't be controversial except by those who want to see the administration fail. ♪ ♪ don't rock the vote baby ♪ ♪ >> adults aren't scared away by a little cold water and its 65 degrees. kids are like i don't care, give me in the water. we have a pool party and we been asking for your musical requests all morning. kimberly e-mailed to us about 12 times this morning and finally she e-mailed us in capital letters and said please play my song. >> we finally listened. >> rock the vote. i like the song. those little girls out there, it makes me really excited to have little girl. it's getting in the mood to be a mom. were to be out there later
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talking about ways to sa stay s. >> there's also a rumor that our executive producer says i will be getting wet at the end of the show. >> i didn't know this today, i didn't bring a bathing suit, but he said your feelings it is just fine. >> follow that up that there is also a onesie involved. >> we have a lot to get to. president trump is tweeting away, hammering on obamacare and hitting at republicans. he said don't give up, the world is watching. repeal and replace and go to 51 votes. get cross state lines and more. >> we want to bring in former campaign manager, david bossi. good to see you. >> good to see you. back to the olden days today. >> i'm glad david took it to
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mean him and not me. >> no, it was the bathing suit you are mentioning. >> i remember the olden days when things actually got accomplished in washington. going back maybe 30 years when things got through washington congress and they did their job and got things done. that's why the president was tweeting all weekend. he is sick and tired of this. get back to work, repeal and replace obamacare. he wants to remove their health care benefits. is this a smart move? >> it certainly is. let's keep the pressure on them. they need to be held to account for the republicans that voted no. the american people sent them here. they want to break the back of the broken status quo in washington d.c. i think the president has met
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every obstacle that washington put up against him and he's been successful in breaking through them. it's taking time on repealing and replacing obamacare but we will find out what grit the senate is made of. >> you talk about draining the swamp, what does that mean? this is what he's been hitting on during the campaign trail. this is part of the swamp that exists. nothing can get done for the american people. they have no responsibility. you can't fire them, the place doesn't go bankrupt, so what more can the president do to put pressure on congress. >> i think this week he said you know what, i think i was wrong, it's not a swamp it's a sewer. i think he was right about that. the american people have to stand up and this week, make the phones ring on capitol hill. i think when they hear from the american people that you are an election cycle after election cycle on repealing and replacing obamacare and have not had the
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courage to do it, not have the smarts enough to do it after seven years of getting ready for this vote, forget being here today. you had seven years to get ready and you can't get it together. >> you just gave an assignment to the american people and other individuals will have a big we week, were talking about the new chief of staff john kelly taking over at the white house. in your estimation will he be able to do the job? >> i fully expect general kelly, who is a commander of men and women his entire life, someone who will bring a level of law and order along with anthony scaramucci who will shutdown the leaks and work on the president's agenda and try to get things done. the general brings a different set of experiences to the job
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then reince priebus did. he is a tremendous friend and tremendous asset to the campaign and transition into the white house and i think he's done an amazing job, but the president wants to go a different direction and that's his right. everyone in the white house serves at the discretion of the president and i think general kelly will come into this job and really have a new opportunity to try to make of it what he can and let's see what he can do with healthcare this week. >> i would ask you about another big story that i don't think the mainstream media is paying attention too. they're giving it barely a little bit of coverage buried on their news coverage which is this debbie wasserman schultz story. whether or not she could be asked to testify into her it staffer. let's frame the story. this it staffer had smashed hard drives, worked for debbie for many years. he and his family have been paid
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over $4 million for a number of years. $4 million, for working for her. then the fbi seizes computers that have been smashed by him. he is fleeing to pakistan, and even then, she still refused to turn him in. she still wanted to continue paying him while he is trying to make a break for it to get to pakistan. what in the world is going on? >> debbie wasserman schultz has been an embarrassment to the democratic party for a long time. this is just maybe the last ti time. i hope the people of her district send her packing hurt she won a close election last time in a primary. she was almost eaten in a primary last time. i hope the folks look at this case and demands that she become
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forthcoming in the facts of this case. force her to testify and to tell the american people exactly why she let this man stay on her payroll, $4 million is a tremendous amount of money. i think he had 300,000 in cash that he tried to wired to pakistan ahead of his fleeing. that is a tremendously dangerous individual to american national security. as someone who was an investigator in a past life, i would look at this case. >> what does that tell you? he smashes these hard drives, tries to flee to pakistan and wire himself this additional $300,000. she is protecting him, at this point, and only up until he is being arrested, she is still protecting him. >> according to this article, it says he was recently accused by
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a relative in court documents of wiretapping and extortion. she knew this investigation was going on. >> it's outrageous that she didn't remove him from her staff or that she didn't suspend him immediately as a national security threat to our country. she is irresponsible, and she should resign over this case. >> he was shut down and finally not allowed to have access to the congressional it systems any longer after all of this and yet she was still paying him after he was kept off the congressional database. >> the american people won't hear the story of muster watching fox news. the media cover-up, this is part of the insidious problem. this is one of the reason why the american people don't trust the media. why they believe the fake news divisions just lied to them and tell them the stories they, the publishers, the editors or
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producers want them to hear, not the real news. this is a perfect example. >> the media is their own audience. but we cover it here and david you have some great points. >> turning to some other headlines and the u.s. conducting another missile test in alaska in wake of north korea's latest test. this comes just hours after they flew over north korea in a show of force. experts warned that nuke could have hit the mainland. now to a another news alert, airport security is on high alert. four people were arrested in anti- terror raids were conducted in australia. >> as i said before, we do believe it was islamic inspired terrorism.
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exactly what's behind this is something we need to investigate. >> at least one suspicious device was found. the exact details of the plot have not been revealed. also, while you were sleeping, please crackdown on ms 13 gang activity on long island. they rated several bars suspected of gang activity in the new york area. six people were arrested. one of them already deported twice. this comes one day after president trump visited the island, promising tougher policy. before you cross the road, look both ways and get off your pho phone. a new law just signed in honolulu, cracking down on texting while crossing the street. it's called the distracted walking law and i will slap heavy fines on people using electronic devices. first-time offenders would pay $15, but if you are repeat offender it could cost up to $100. he goes into affect on
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october 25. i'm totally in favor this living in new york city because it's dangerous. you're crossing the street and someone's coming toward you and they're not watching and they crash right into. >> it's natural selection the way i look at it. fear that comes across the street looking at your phone and something happens to you, we've seen it before, it's your own fault. >> as a pregnant woman trying to navigate the new york streets and people are coming every direction at you, i just want to yell at them and say get off your phone. >> i don't have the excuse of pregnancy, but i almost hit some yesterday. they were a big person, engrossed in the phone and i almost clipped them. >> i just don't think we need cops wasting their resources on this. if you are dumb. >> there's crime in honolulu, they're busy out there.
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president trump warning congress he is willing to let obamacare and flowed and even cut their benefits as democrats now call for unity? >> what came out of this is our unity around the idea that healthcare is a right for all, not a privilege. medicaid is important to every family in america, whether they know it yet or not. now we have to improve and update the affordable care act. we want to do so in a bipartisan way. that will only happen with your continued involvement. >> there is a lot to unpack. joining us now is chris wallace. great to see you. one of the things that emerged out of this whole thing over the past week is to show how unified democrats were. they were stoic, unmovable and it showed as chaos on the
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republican side how unified the democrats were. >> as we've learned, that was true of the republicans as well against obama, it's easier to be unified on opposition than it is when you're the governing party. that's what we saw with republicans. for seven years they said let's repeal and replace obamacare. they were all unified in that come about when it came down to how do you replace it, what are you going to do instead of obamacare, that's when you get dramatic differences and there is a split inside the republican party. they are all conservatives, but there's the more moderate conservatives and more hard-line conservatives. >> it's not necessarily the best for the american people, and i think one of the biggest mistakes we saw with obamacare is it was passed down partisan lines. a lesson we can take away from that, if we want to get this right and we want to help the american people, you've gotta bring different voices to the table. >> i think that's right abby.
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one of the interesting questions and one of the things i'll be talking about with nancy pelosi here onset live at the top of the hour is, you talk about compromise, but that means you given your take. we know what the democrats want. they want to prop up the exchanges and solidify how obamacare works, but what are they willing to give. there's clearly some things republicans really want to see changed on taxes and mandates and regulation. are the democrats, in this case nancy pelosi, is she really willing to compromise. >> one thing i'm sure you'll ask nancy posey about is, i don't know what to call it other than a threat, that this is important for every family in america whether they know it yet. what you think she means by that. >> i don't know whether she fully supports this, my guess is she probably does. i think democrats would like to
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see universal healthcare. they would like to see government run healthcare in a single-payer system. they know that won't pass, particularly with republicans in charge of the house and the senate and president trump in the white house, but they would like to move as far in that direction as they can. >> you are the big show coming up. you've got nancy pelosi and kellyanne conway. we can't wait for your show. always good to have you on. >> coming up on the show, late-night comedians aren't laughing. their anti- trump jokes don't seem to be winning over conservatives. chuck woolery has a message for his conservative friends. >> a new poll that says this is the number one reason the readings dropped last season. the super bowl champ is here to react to all of that. >> first, producer kelly requested this song. something to talk about by the great bonnie rate.
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welcome back. incoming chief of staff, secretary john kelly bringing one of his own from the department of homeland security to the west wing. christian nielsen will follow her boss to serve as chief of staff. she formally worked under george w. bush on a special assistance on homeland security council. john mccain is beginning treatment in his fight against
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brain cancer. he will start radiation and chemotherapy in phoenix tomorrow. he plans to be back in washington at the end of the august recess. >> some try to blame the nfl dip in ratings on the election, but a new poll reveals the real drop in ratings is not what you think of it is. >> fan say the protest, of the national anthem, most of them led by colin keep her neck data colin kaepernick is part of th that. >> how are you doing. >> we are doing great. >> were you surprised people were blaming the nfl dip in rating on the election, number one, i was surprised by that. number two i was struck by 26% blame national anthem protest by colin kaepernick and others as a reason they turned out. >> i'm not surprised at all.
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i think what we have to rememb remember, the nfl was known for patriotism and character. it's now the brand today that they have pretty much put up with anti- americanism. they have to decide where they are going to go. the american people will decide whether to turn them on or off based on how they feel about our feeling. >> were you surprised about the coverage of colin kaepernick west market was all over mainstream media. it was everywhere. >> i think americans have to understand, this is what the left does. they use the black community every election cycle to get elected. we have young people that are reeling. every election cycle, the anti-
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american sentiment, the anti- american flag, anti- police, antiwhite and it's all to do one thing, get white and black social liberal elitist elected. we have to recognize, if were to take care of those most at risk, let's start looking at what's happening within the black community and know that what's happening there is what they project for our country. were fighting against an ideology. we stand strong because our american way has always been the way that our country has thrived and come together. >> great point. quickly, nfl training camps open up this week. what you expect for the 2017 season. >> i expect no demonstrations. they will be focused on football because that's what america wants. i'm looking forward to seeing that happen. >> and i think the raiders are coming back strong. watch out for them.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ burning down the house ♪ ♪ >> there talking my language of music. this is what john wanted to hear. thank you for your request. >> i wish we had a camera on our manager every time we came in
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with music. it's keeping us entertained. president trump is blasting republicans for failing to pass the health care bill, tweeting republicans in the senate will never win if they do not go to a 51 vote majority. they look like fools and are just wasting time. >> he's threatening to cut off their health care benefits if they don't get the job done. here to react, one force trut truth.com. let's break this down. >> good morning everyone. >> you think you should do this? >> absolutely. i would love to see them do that. congress should not be above the american people. they should live by the laws they pass for a spread they don't. it's very interesting. this whole thing in healthcare, they can even pass a skinny bill. they can't repeal this. they have no desire to do it. you can take the collective
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reasoning of congress, put it in a neutron and still have room for not go. it is bizarre what's going on. it's just ridiculous. >> now democrats are saying we want to help. nancy pelosi says we want to help. >> they deftly do. here's the deal on democrats helping. progressive -ism is the absolute cancer on our political system right now. it has been for over 100 years. although most people don't know it. vladimir putin linen said a hundred years ago, socialized medicine is the art or is the socialist state. that's where the democrats are going with this. it is a socialist model that does not fit the american way and we don't want any part of it. it's very difficult for republicans to reach across the aisle and that will never happen unless people just go crazy, but on the other hand, republicans
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seem to have no desire to pass any kind of repeal. mitch mcconnell had every opportunity to do this. they're saying he's so bright but he has a long view of what's going on. so far we are going to lose is what the long view is. >> blunt force, and the fact for republicans is that they go home to their constituents and their constituents don't want them to remove healthcare. they've been given something for free. that's the truth that they are facing. >> yes, but this is medicare and medicaid. medicaid is really a welfare system. talking about people on a welfare system, and no, i don't believe there are 30 million. i think there's probably about 6 million, maybe not a lot these people don't want to be on that. so, government is force. it's like fire.
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it's a dangerous service in a fearful master. >> let's get to the second topic. comic relief. trump hates late night. their upset they can't come up with new material to trash the president. i do want to date you, but comedians of your generation probably wouldn't of had this problem. let's face it, they were funny. >> yes, it's trying to make something out of nothing and it's very difficult to do. trump is kind of an easy target for everyone because no one is on his side except the american people who voted for him. the congress is not on his side, nobody. find somebody, the republican party, there like three or four people in the senate on his side. it's kind of easy to take a shot at him but oddly enough, trump is becoming the victim because he's trying to do everything we want to be done and no one's
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willing to back them so throughout it all, he's telling the guy who's a victim of the system. >> these late-night comedians are saying were out of material but were also not able to reach the other side, to your point of the other side is in watching or when you go after him, they're going to want to vote for him all the more. it's one thing to have jokes on the president, that's long been the case but most of these comedians make it very clear what their political leanings are. >> right. on top of that, it's kind of been a vicious attack. it's not funny if it becomes vicious. people are sympathetic to that. we've always been broken into thirds. when the revolutionary war was fought, there was a third for the british, a third that didn't give a damn and a third that said we will fight. it has never changed. it still that way today. comedians have a difficult time finding out what third they are talking too.
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>> we been playing songs all morning long from our viewers because we been too lazy to pick our own. you have a song request. >> oh my gosh, no. >> you've got nothing. >> it was like when sarah palin was asked what she reads. >> i know what i read. >> you are going to come up with a song as soon as we cut your mike. >> we will just imagine what you want to listen to and try to play. >> thank you chuck. >> , under pressure. >> there we go. >> some headlines were following, and illegal immigrant deported 20 times is accused of breaking into a woman's home and sexually assaulting her at knifepoint in a century city. he was arrested in portland
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oregon. he had also attacked another woman in a parking garage. why was she still in the u.s., martinez was recent released. [inaudible] new details revealed about debbie wasserman schultz and her former it aid arrested while trying to flee to pakistan. she reportedly had plans to continue paying imran awan before he fled to pakistan. >> she didn't fire him when capital police said he was a suspect and she didn't fire him when he was removed from the network presence. his wife has already fled but he's been charged with bank fraud and four other staffers are being investigated for potentially hacking servers. that's according to the daily caller.
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we'll keep an eye on that. beware, goats could steal your job. some cities are paying for goats from a local farm to eat up the grass and clear up landscaping. it keeps kids away from harmful chemicals that would otherwise be used. >> more jobs for goats. that's what we need. >> rick is all for that. he's at the new jersey 35th annual festival of ballooning this morning. he will be heading up in a balloon later, but it's a beautiful day. what is that behind you? is that a cirque du soleil performer. >> when you come to a hot air balloon festival, it's not just about the hot air balloons. there's a lot of entertainment. you are the creator of arrow sphere. >> i am. i'm the creator of the balloon show in sarasota florida and were delighted to be here. >> not only the creator but a performer.
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>> absolutely. >> you were on america's got talent. >> we were semi finalists in season eight and we performed various versions of this act for the show and it was fun. >> it's beautiful and spectacular. the wind is pulling the balloon around a little bit. >> we have a lot of safety procedures in place, but obviously the elements affect us so we do have to work with what we can. today is a beautiful day and were looking forward to some great shows. >> i want to see if we can get amanda down and ask your question if she's not too dizzy or anything to talk to us. this is an amazing shot. this is spectacular. how are you feeling. >> are you not afraid of this at all. >> not at all. >> i heard someone asking if you've ever done this from a hot air balloon and you said no but i'd love too. >> you heard it right here.
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i think you have some pilots who would be happy to help you. thank you for this performance. >> that might be one of the best things i've seen on television. >> that's the most impressive thing i've ever seen on television. >> rick if you want to take your job seriously, you'd be up there with her. would you do that? >> no. >> a former cia operative said the russians were involved in the election but it wasn't about collusion. it was about disruption. which is it mark we will debate that. >> don't miss our final hour. we will have many more here, life. >> chuck has a song request. it's green light by pitbull and lunch money lewis. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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forty-five minutes after the hour. a former cia operative arguing the russians were involved in the election, but rather than collusion, it was about disruption more than anything else. a former cia chief of the station says i can't say how news of the meeting broke, but once it did he achieved one of his goals, throwing the american government into greater turmoil amid the media coverage and intensified political conflict. here to react carry sheffield and assistant secretary of state under president obama, joel rubin. good morning. carrie, i'll begin with you. what you make of this? to think the collusion narrative is dead? >> i think it is. it will die a quick death,
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hopefully because the trump family were victims in all this. the russians have been trying to interfere in our look elections for decades. they tried to go after republicans as well as democrats. the other thing is, in terms of russian influence, the republicans as well as democrats and president trump have all unified to say this is wrong, we will pass strict sanctions and it won't be allowed in the future. >> is collusion dead. >> it is not deadpan we need to see where the investigation takes us. there are bipartisan investigations led by republicans in the senate and the house, bob muller, a republican was appointed, no one can say right now where that will lead, but what it does do is rebuke the idea that russia was not involved. president trump and his team have been trying to deny that for well over a year since the campaign and it just doesn't hold water. >> what they have been saying is there was no collusion. that is a far different cry.
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i think it's inaccurate to say there was collusion when all the evidence, despite hours and hours of democratic witchhunt, there are no evidence of collusion. >> he has said they're not involved. he's never come out clean and said yes, russia influenced our elections. these investigations are being led by republicans in congress. >> i want to ask you this pointed question. this administration has been accused of leaking, do we really think collusion, if it had been happening, would have been kept a secret this long when we have seen so many leaks out of this white house? >> i'm not going to say whether or not there was collusion. i'm an essay there needs to be an investigation and there are and we should not prejudge it. that's essential. we have topline investigators who are bipartisan, looking at this, and i know believe we should say no collusion has happened when that the? the table. there's no reason to believe that up until now the trump
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administration has fully complain about its contacts with russia. >> there is no evidence of collusion. what this op-ed shows is essentially the russians, if they wanted to be clever about this, they would not have been so blatant in what they were trying to do. it's a failed state and by aggregating this with the democrats you're giving them only more power. >> thank you very much. the debate continues. president trump is sending a warning to republicans, pass healthcare or i will cut your health benefits. we will have reaction at the top of the hour. families are staying cool at the pool this summer. it's also important to stay sa safe. here are a few tips everyone will need to hear, that's coming up next. today is andy's 59th birthday. happy birthday to you ♪
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>> never really important story. families across the country are trying to stay cool at the pool but it's incredibly important to remember pool and backyard safety. >> every day, roughly ten people die from unintentional drowning. children have the highest drowning rate with most of it happening in home swimming pools. there was some important advice for families. they are so cute and it's so great that you bring them here
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today. >> you say it's not just in the movies, this is real life stuff. >> the majority of the time when a child drowns it silent. you don't even know it's happening. there's not a lot of noise or flailing around. someone can die anywhere. the reason children die in public pools is because it silent. you don't see it happening. >> let's talk about dry grounding. we've talked about this over the past few years, this idea that you don't even notice it until a few hours later. what is this about. >> when kids, or anyone who can get i exposed to inhaling water and it triggers a response in a delayed manner. it's not just while it's in the pool but a couple hours later there is spasm and reaction within the laye learn eccentric. it can cause a serious problem. >> which we look for. >> there's nothing easy to tell you. kids get exhausted when they've
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been swimming so then a lot of times they put their kids down for a nap and are not watching what's going on. maybe having a baby monitor after children have been swimming all day. if they're not breathing quite right or they seem congestion, it happens from taking in a lot of water. if you notice they take in a lot of water, keep an extra eye on them. >> what are some other tips. we talk about rounding and everyone has kids in the pool. one of the best step. >> you look away for a minute. everybody things because adults are present that everything's okay, but unless someone is actively watching the children, that's a problem. if you're having a barbecue, you have to have a designated person watching the pool. if you go inside you have to look at someone else and say i'm going inside, you're in charge of the children. they should respond back, you're
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going inside, i'm watching the kids. 70% of the time alcohol is involved in water fatalities. hire a lifeguard. give him a little extra cash so they can watch the kids one on one. >> your family is absolutely adorable. we will have a lot more kids out here on the plaza. thank you so much. >> president trump putting republicans on notice, pass healthcare or i will cut your health benefits. we have reaction next, but first here's a request from sean mcginnis. the song is like me. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> looking to regroup after their latest repeal obamacare crashed. >> repeal and replace is not dead, demand another vote before demanding on another bill. >> the american people have to stand up and this week make the phones ring on appear toll hill. you had seven years and if you can't get it together, that's embarrassing. >> it was a direct response to north korea's icbm test. >> we don't have very much margin for error. we have to solve this now.
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if we don't solve this now, this world is going to be a horrible place. >> high-level shake-up as president trump tapped john kelly to replace john kelly. >> there's no better leader than general john kelly. >> secretary kelly, one of notes unusual that can rise above partisan politics. he won't be controversial except by those who want to see the administration fail. ♪ ♪ ♪ abby: we have a lot going on.
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the pool is outside. hot air balloons, we have ed henry, fox news national correspondent chose this song. this is not your favorite song and you stole this one from me and you were on the couch once and i said, i love this song. ic you stole this from me. clayton: ed, don't mess with her. >> i did and i said what's the name of the song and i downloaded after you said you liked it and i was in minneapolis and i heard it at a friend's wedding and when sean said, what song you want, i want abby's favorite song. abby: what is the name of your book again? >> i was at the mall yesterday signing copies of it. i thought i was going to see pete hegseth. i came all the way to sign 42
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faith and he had the day off and i didn't get to see him. there were fox friends from illinois, iowa and north carolina who came at the barns&noble of america. people come from all over the country. it's a destination. clayton: great food court. ed, let's talk about what the president was tweeting this weekend. he's putting republican leadership on notice. look, they canceled the august recess but they wound it back, now they get to go back on res because thaw established so much, the president let them know that he's ready to get rid of health care. bailouts for insurance companies and bailouts for members of congress will end very soon. unless republican senators are total quits, repeal and replace is not dead. don't give up republican senators, the world is watching, repeal and replace must go.
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>> i had a lot of people say they love the tweeting. they don't care if people in the mainstream media say, stop the tweeting, they love those kinds of things that expose hypocrisy among members of congress who sunk repeal and replace. lawmakers in both parties who were passing this legislation insisted, we don't want to live under the same rules as the rest of the country. this is ridiculous and this is what congress does on a whole bunch of laws or at least they try to do. you think back as i recall lawmakers and their staff put in special mall business exchange not the normal exchange you'd have in washington, d.c., so what they were saying, we want a little special carveout, will the president be able to do away with that, who knows. maybe it's just rhetoric. but he's pointing out that the lawmakers who didn't have courage of convictions after
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record of seven years, oh, we are going to repeal and replace this, maybe i'm going to expose your special deal. i have to tell you, there's a lot of people in the country that resinates with them. >> a big day tomorrow, a new man is now going to be running things inside the white house general john kelly, obviously all broke on friday afternoon, reince priebus is out and one of the things ed, that i rice -- like about john kelly and the record is stelar, someone who had to be convinced to do his job. he's not about himself. he's in it to receiver -- serve this country and you know how important to have a guy just like this guy to get things in order. do you think things will change? >> they could change. the big answer is will the president change somewhat. we are talking about his rhetoric. we are talking about his money occasion strategy, we are talking about some of the early results of other people don't want to give hum credit for in terms of executive action.
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removing regulations that are helping the economy right now. he's not locking in successes with actually legislative victoriesment one of the lessons i covered the white house for ten years, one of the lessons of the obama administration, president obama got a lot of things done with that pen. the executive action that president trump is now mimicking. at tend of the term what happens, president trump undo what president obama did. president trump will have to rise above that and general kelly gives him important to restore order. think of the success of homeland security. border crossings are way down, one of the reasons, he was reluctant to take the job of white house chief of staff. he's been making so much progress in dealing with illegal immigration. that's another success president trump is not getting credit for. he was so focused, general
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kelly, on actually doing that job, if he can brake that same to the white house which reince priebus couldn't because he didn't have the trust and respect of the president this could mick a big difference. when the president when i said at the top, he has to change and listen to general kelly when he gets those trains running back. abby: sticttuitiveness. >> debbie wasserman schultz fired individual only on the way to pakistan, trying to flee the country. he's accused of bank fraud. it could be a lot more than that. where do you think the debbie wasserman schultz situation goes? >> the fbi is looking at it now. maybe will do something about it. while most of the media doesn't want to cover it.
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she has it guy who is handling computer in her office, he had the password, i believe, to her ipad and devices. he's trying to get out of the country. he gets stopped by the police, the fbi is investigating, he had $12,000 in cash, he had wired 200, 300,000 in pakistan. there's accusations of bank fraud. what in the world is going on. debbie wasserman schultz hat threatened chief of police as to why he keyed -- ceased and what not. the it guy smashed him. doesn't that remind you of hillary clinton and hammers, what are you hiding when you're doing that, number one, and debbie wasserman schultz, why is this a big deal in it's not just one of 145 members of the house. they were so worried about cybersecurity, guys, they were
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so word about what the russians might have done. what was debbie wasserman schultz it chief doing? >> this it position i read is somewhere in range of $40,000 a year. these guys were getting $160,000 and the number total $4 million. follow the money trail on, this ed. >> that's why the fbi is involved and debbie wasserman schultz didn't want the computers turn over. and soon enough we will find out from the fbi. ed: hypocrisy in politics today, right. you don't see coverage of this on mainstream media. >> yeah, it goes with hey, we want to get to the bottom of russian hacking and i'm not saying they shouldn't, we don't want to find out what the it chief was doing. and the rest of the country has to have obamacare but lawmakers and their staff not so much. abby: great point. clayton: can you imagine if
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jared kushner was smashing computers and fleeing to pakistan? no one would be talking about it. abby: starting with fox news alert. the u.s. is conducting another successful missile defense test in alaska in wake of north korean aggression, u.s., japan and south korea also flying bombers over north korea in a show of force all this in response to second nuclear test this month which experts warn could have the ability to reach major u.s. cities. another fox news alert. airport security is on high alert after terrorist plot to blow up a passenger plane foils by police. four people arrested in antiterror raids conducted in australia. >> exactly what is behind this is something that we will need to investigate. abby: at least one suspicious device was found. exact details have not been revealed.
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while you were sleeping, police cracking on ms13 in new york, raiding several bars overnight suspected of gang activity. six people were arrested on multiple charges, one of them already deported two times. well, this comes one day after president trump visited the island promising to destroy the ms13 gang. you may remember this moment when sarah huckabee sanders began press briefing, best known aspectle, well after hearing the letter many on the internet were quick to take to social media saying that pickle does not exist. well, this morning many of the pickle were admitting they were wrong after "fox & friends" interviewed pickle yesterday morning. pete: why did you write the letter? >> why did you write the letter to trump. >> because i wanted him to be my friend. [laughter] abby: dylan says he plans to
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take the offer to take a tour. clayton: what would it take to get health care done, our next guest says they will have to enroll in obamacare themselves. >> reince priebus to declare biggest accomplishment in the white house. what is it? coming up. abby: one of the largest balloon festivals in the country and special guest for you. that's just ahead. clayton: megan requested this song by oar. abby: oar, clayton. [laughter]
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>> president making message clear, bailouts for insurance companies, bailouts for members of congress will end very soon. abby: heritage action michael, michael, good to have you with us. >> thanks for having me. abby: is that the answer, could that do anything? >> i think the president is right. american people are sick of dysfunction that we see in the united states senate, you have 48 democrats who are absolutely refusing to do anything to help solve the problem they created with obamacare. you've got three republican moderates who voted against doing anything to solve it. you have more moderate who is don't want to come to the table and negotiate. let put pressure on congress. let's make sure they feel the full impact of the premium increases the american people are feeling. clayton: you heard from nancy pelosi, they are ready to come to the table and sure up medicaid and make sure that those expansions are in place and that these people are taking care of, do you think democrats will actually come to the table?
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>> not on anything useful. they want to prop up obamacare, they want to bailout obamacare and some republicans, senator alexander says he wants to bailout obamacare. we need to deliver relief to the american people, get them out of this unfair affordable law, start allowing them to get insurance that makes sense for themselves. the only impediment the united states senate, the president is shown he's willing to act, the senate needs to come to the table and if it takes a little bit of pressure, then that's exactly what needs to happen, i hope the president follows through on his threat. >> let's talk more about your op-ed, obviously we are reporting on it here, how much play has it gotten in other media outlets. >> it's gotten a lot of play because the american people are sick of washington, d.c. playing by different rules. here is what the congress did. you couldn't make this up. obamacare, they were forced by the law to go in obamacare exchanges but they didn't want to suffer what so many others suffer, skyrocketing premiums, congress which employs thousands
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of individuals defined itself as a small business. they said we have fewer than 50 employees which isn't true. as a result of defining themselves as small business which none of us could do, they put themselves in the dc small business exchange and are receiving up to $12,000 of subsidies to help themselves deal with the premiums that are crashing -- abby: yeah, you talk about the draining the swamp. something you hear from president trump, this is right in loin with what he's talking about when you think about the members of congress that spend most of their time living in the swamp. you know, they are not living with their constituents, they don't understand the daily grind that most of them go through. maybe they should see what it's like to live under obamacare exchange and don't you think that would give him a different perspective? >> it would. washington, d.c. should be subject to the same exact as the rest of the country s. if you employ theys of people as congress does, you do not employ fewer than 50 people, that's
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just a mathematical fact and you should not be eligible for special preference to get $12,000 to help you corner yourself off from premiums increases that are crashing millions an millions of americans suffering under obamacare. clayton: do you think this would come as a wake-up call to them. are you hearing from congress that are surprised by the president's outrage over the weekend? >> it's been for many years, in 2013 when they were first going to appeal the full impact of obamacare, congressman went crazy, that's what caused president trump to break the law by allowing the subsidies to continue to flow from the office of personnel management. congress doesn't want this to happen. it's exactly the type of pressure point that president trump can use to force congress to come to the table, make those moderate republicans follow through on a pledge that they've been making for seven years that they want to repeal and replace obamacare and who knows, maybe with -- we will get a couple of democrats and feel the pain,
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maybe they will want to do something productive to start unwinding that law. abby: maybe the election closer they realize they are not going to have a choice but to get involved in fixing the health care system. michael, good to have you with us. >> thanks for having me, appreciate it. >> coming up, proud to be an american. one town taking a stand after a county tears down a mem memorial honoring veterans. clayton: has their narrative completely fallen apart? abby: request from jole, god body, get over this. new parodontax. the toothpaste that helps prevent bleeding gums. if you spit blood when you brush or floss you may have gum problems and could be on the journey to much worse. help stop the journey
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>> welcome back, quick headlines for you. polls are open in venezuela. that's where citizens are going to vote whether or not to allow the socialist government to rewrite the constitution. this comes after months of deadly riots. if that constitutional council is approved many fear it would create a dictatorship. in spain massive fire forcing 22,000 people out of stadium. abby: thank goodness. 16 years after war in afghanistan, 250,000 soldiers have died and the u.s. has spent $686 billion. so as the white house now
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reviews what to do there, our next guest has a possible plan for victory. u.s. navy seal officer, black water called academy, he's the brother of education secretary betsy devos. great to have you with us. >> good morning. abby: what is the next step in dealing with afghanistan? >> the president inherited a very expensive disaster and he could do one of three things really, pull out, in which case the government would collapse in a matter of weeks and would be a huge recruiting call to every jihadi operating around the world, every lone-wolf bomber, terrorist wanna-beor the same insanity for the last 16 years, the government in kabul controls less than half of the country now and they continue to lose terrain. we are spending more than the entire uk defense budget. it's expensive and the policy is
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not working. i think there's a third way the president can consider and that's to view this as a bankruptcy. 17 commanders while the u.s. has been there, they go for six months, nine months, maybe a year and then leave. so we haven't been fighting for 16 years, we have been fighting one year 16 times, all the continuity and local knowledge tends to leave with the soldiers. clayton: five different ways in which you think we can approach the war in afghanistan. take us through engagement. cut off the taliban financing and take out the terrorists. >> consolidate authority, you need like a bankruptcy trustee, someone that can control policies or rules of engagement, spending, contracting and troop levels. for afghanistan and pakistan, you have a splinter process and
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the president needs to put one person in charge. on the rules of engagement, the military is very restricted in striking targets. when the taliban can have open air victory parades less than 60 miles away from air force base in broad daylight, hundreds of taliban, dozens of vehicle captured u.s. vehicles we have a problem with rules of engagement. the -- when it comes to spending they know how to make money, they make money on drugs, gold, mys -- pistachios is taking it. >> this is the longest war in american history, the only thing you can hear from mainstream media these days is all about the russian narrative. at least it was up until this week. do you think the russia
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narrative is falling apart? >> of course, it's falling apart because there was nothing there to begin with. sadly this is a long temper tantrum that the left has been engaged because they were so shock that had their coronation failed. clayton: democrats were looking into you and your ties to -- your investigation, your ties to russia. that seems to all have gone away. >> well, it's funny that they're even looking -- if they're trying to look at me then they truly have jumped the shark because if their great fantasy of trump collusion is true, why would i need to be meeting with the russians after the election, it's just insane. abby: they pulled away pretty recently. is there anything that you can think of that's happened in the last little while that would cause the democrats, narratives to dial down the way it has? >> i don't know, exhaustion, beaten a dead horse that it's
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not bouncing anymore. sadly, in afghanistan you have thousands of american troops still in daughter, we are still taking casualties this. it seems to have fallen most people radar's, the president is getting left with an either all or nothing strategy. i don't think we can continue to spend money like we are doing in afghanistan and lose so i've tried to lay out a moderate path that's sustainable for america and puts pressure on terrorists and doesn't break the bank. we have a trillion dollars coming yet in veteran health care costs alone from these wars that will last 15 years. abby: we have to get our priorities in line. good to have you this morning. >> thank you. >> thank you, sir. illegal immigrant has a long rap sheet and deported 20 times and
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was let go even though ice had detainer on it. now charged with assault in sanctuary city. the question is how can this happen? abby: about to take flight in one of the largest balloon festivals in the country. >> you need to come out here. a little windy which makes things scary but they will be ready and take in just a few minutes. you don't want to miss it. we will be right back. copd makes it hard to breathe.
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while taking anoro. ask your doctor about anoro. ♪go your own way get your first prescription free at anoro.com. clayton: sanctuary cities in the headlines once again. this time portland, oregon. people have been deported 15-20 times and coming back to commit heinous crimes. sergio josé martínez was deported 20 times, if you can believe that. abby: first-degree kidnapping, two accounts. section abuse, first degree burglary. clayton: these are all some of the new charges that he's had. he's attacked an elderly woman.
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that's where he's had the sexual assault against an elderly woman. it was not reported when that happened to ice, to the authority that is could have deported this guy for what, 21st time and makes you think about the bigger picture that we talk so much about on the program and lawmakers about sanctuary city and this should not be a political issue, this should be a common sense thing that we as a country come together and say, look, if you are here illegally, if you are here doing bad things like this guy, no question, you should be forced to leave and people short report it. >> it is a political issue or at least it has been made a political issue by the left or mainstream media and when you sit back and think about it, forget republican, democrat, think logic, here is an individual that made it back to the country 20 times. how anybody on any side of the political spectrum can say that that's okay and that makes sense, they have to be out of their mind.
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this individual should never have come into the country and able to commit the other 19 set of crime that is this individual did. clayton: what the argument is that targeting the type of individuals is racist and that's what we asked steve cortez, a spokesman for the hispanic 100, trump's hispanic adviser. that's just hogwash. listen. >> the fact that he wasn't turned over to ice when they filed a detainer as they legally are required to do tells me that cities like portland, cities like my hometown of chicago, most of the state of california, they are flouting the civil rights of american citizens who should be protected from the dangerous people and you know what they remind me of and i might make liberals head pop off when i say the comparison. they remind pe a lot of people like george wallace of the southern governors in 1960's who refuse today comply with federal laws they didn't like during the civil rights era. the governors and mayors, they are george wallace's of our day.
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abby: yeah. if you hear a story like this and happens all too often, how on earth can you standby sanctuary city to say this is the right thing for the country? it is unbelievable. imagine how the elderly woman assaulted, imagine how they are feeling? clayton: unbelievable. abby: some things are just common sense. outgoing chief of staff reince priebus says that the senate confirmation of justice neil gorsuch is the greatest accomplishment. >> he's also set in motion a change in shift in the federal judiciary that is going to affect our kids for the good. abby: priebus telling breitbart news that gorsuch is many historic accomplishments in just the first six months of the trump administration. new abortion restrictions in arkansas blocked by a federal judge.
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u.s. district court judge kristin baker issuing injunction against four new laws set to go into effect on tuesday, one of the newly approved rules ban certain procedures during second trimester. amazon under federal investigation after company missed selling hundreds of dollars worth of goods to a person on the u.s. terror watch list. million billion dollar digital retainer -- retailer is accused of violating u.s. sanctions against iran after report claimed that it sold products to iranian embassy. amazon will likely face harsh penalties as they should. a group of patriotic americans taking matters into their own hands after veterans memorial is torn down. rebuilding the year's old roadside memorial after the county removed it over complaints.
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abby: the county wants to find a new memorial. >> people complaining about patriotism in the country. unbelievable. abby: now you can, we have got some of the best things you can do outside with pools and water all the way to celebrate summer. clayton: abby, that's a rhetorical question, we will be right back. there are many fire fighters that have experienced hearing loss. and i'm one of them. right now, beltone is conducting a new risk-free trial of the most innovative technology in hearing you put them in and suddenly go,
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>> if i get what i want it would be the single biggest tax cut in american history. we have the highest taxes anywhere in the world and this will really bring them down to one of the lowest. it's time to let americans keep
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more of their own money. abby: they helped put him in the white house and now president trump is assuring these workers, chloricking-class voters that those tax cut that is he promised are on the way. what does this mean for you and your wallet? >> future of tax return for sunday morning future host. so health care not so good, tax reform, they need to win, this could be -- >> they win legislatively badly. they are focusing on tax reform. they see what's going on in health care. now they are talking about putting white paper together. they are looking every day out of house and ways means committee and there's a major push and that's, of course, we are talking with paul ryan as well as with kevin brady today. clayton: is he confident that they can get this through. if you thought we had battle over health care, wait until we get to tax reform. maria: i think there's more
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common ground on tax reform because both sides want to see taxes come down in some areas. i mean, the democrats will say you can't cut tacks on the highest earners regardless you are seeing a movement to make things simpler and lower taxes, i do think there's more common ground. i do think they will get this done. they want to do something before the end of the year because they know they have to have a legislative win ahead of next year's midterms. the economy is doing better but you will not get to 3% without tax reform. abby: when you came in the commercial break fired up about debbie wasserman schultz. maria: i am fired up about it. abby: it hasn't been covered anywhere else. you have been covering this. it staffer charged with bank fraud and now out that she continued to pay the staffer while the investigation was going on, she may now have to testify. this may be worst than it even looks. maria: i don't know what debbie wasserman schultz has been thinking on all of this, she kept this person on her payroll
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just until weeks ago and he tried to flee the country. he and his brothers, they were paid much more than any other it person in government, they were making $165,000 which is much more collectively him and his family made $4 million, what, why? why did he have exposure to some of the most important data in government, intelligence, homeland security, security -- >> why did they smash computers that the fbi had to look at to rentsically wiring $300,000 to himself in pakistan and making a break for it and she was still covering for it? >> we cannot find anything that this is ties to the muslim brotherhood and that's the speculation that there's more to this than just bank fraud. we don't know what it is. we know that he's being arrested for bank fraud and he was trying to flee the country to pakistan to qatar the other day. that keeps coming up when i
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speak congressman, when i'm talking to people in terms of speculation, they think it's something tied to the muslim brotherhood. clayton: who is on your show today? >> we are looking at the economy, first half of the year with paul ryan, the house speaker, le talk to us about principles for tax reform. how big of a tax cut might we see for individuals and what does that mean for the economy. he is going to give us the broad look at tax reform and then we will go into detail with the chairman of house and ways and means that's and that's kevin brady and will go into specifics of the tax package. steve bannon threw out crazy number of 44% for highest earners, paul ryan went on the record with me, i do not agree with the 44%. i mean, look, that's what the highest earners pay right now, 44% but steve bannon wants to basically raise the top rates to 39.6 to 44%, we know that's not what president trump campaigned on. >> quickly, maria, what do you
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think the number will be on corporate? >> 22%. abby: maybe send five-week vacation. maria: they said they will come back if the senate produces a bill. i don't know. clayton: her show starts in 13 minutes right here. speaking of pool parties, want to make a big splash at pool party, let your favorite congressman come to the house. they have free time. abby: start me up requested by denise in springfield, missouri, keep the requests coming in if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis like me, and you're talking to your rheumatologist about a medication... ...this is humira. this is humira helping to relieve my pain... ...and protect my joints from further damage. humira has been clinically studied for over 18 years.
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abby: all morning we have been having the "fox & friends" party. >> back to show us some of the latest and greatest toys for your own pool party. jackie briar, editor in chief. jackie, this is awesome. >> yeah. check out this led baseball in the pool. this is a giant 3-foot tall beach ball. a super bounce ballment a lot of fun. you can play with it on the grass, tat beach, on the pool, water proof. >> fun at night. >> it lights up. check out this turtle. this is from best way. they're having so much fun. it's got really strong handles so people can hold on tight and make a move and groove in the pool or wherever they want. abby: the only thing better than
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bowling is water bowling. >> yeah. the splash water slide. we have it ready to slip and slide. you have some cushion and has a splash at the end. >> ready, go. >> that was a good one. [laughter] >> bunch of balloons filters. you are filling them up. you are pumping the water in from any water and you shake them off and you have all of the water balloons. >> here we go, ready. >> that's a brilliant idea. >> it's so easy to do. great for parties and play dates
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. >> it is full. >> here we go clayton. a drencher. >> ready? [laughter] >> they don't have guns to fight back. >> they have a pool to dive into. >> fantastic. >> you can find all of these online. were we have them all listed online. thank you so much. best way for the awesome. abby: absolutely. clayton: lazy spas. >> this thing is really, really fun. you can fit a few adults or a bunch of kids.
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you can set it up on the deck or anywhere. fantastic. abby: thank you so much. more "fox & friends" after this. ♪ ♪ new bike? yeah, 'cause i got allstate. if you total your new bike, they replace it with a brand new one. that's cool. i got a new helmet. we know steve. switching to allstate is worth it.
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abby: that is a great one, we asked you to send recommendations for song choices. everyone has sent a great song.
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that's in your opinion. >> mostly pretty good. balloon festival in new jersey. such a beautiful day, no wind at all. gorgeous out here. apparently you're not able to go to the balloon because it's a little windy. >> yeah, so it started out as a beautiful day but then the wind has picked up a little bit. we were going to go up in the balloon, thank you for all the work you did. they were hustling to get us up and got windy. >> unfortunately we know the weather man isn't always right. >> hey. we have to go back to you. just teasing. >> seriously the weatherman isn't always man, he was right about 7 clong -- 7:00 o'clock this morning and it is just blowing harder than we would like so we are grounded. >> you have been flying the wicked balloon for five years, perfect sponsorship.
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>> defying gravity with wicked for the last five. >> 35 years as pilot? >> yes, we have been fortunate to fly balloons all over the country and the world and wicked has chosen us to represent them near nationally and it's been a great experience. great play as well. >> you are going to give me tickets. >> we are going to get you tickets. honest, we are going to work it out. [laughter] >> how many days a year do you fly a hot air balloon? >> probably do 150 flights a year myself and we enjoy coming to this new jersey quick check festival ballooning. >> it's out here for the rest of the day. thank you so much. we will send it back to you. abby: i think rick chickened out but whatever he wants to say as the weather guy. it's not working for balloon. clayton: i know you say it's your opinion, i totally agree with you 100%. abby: thank you, rick. tom is not here anymore.
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clayton: decided to take some time out in the hot tub. why don't you take off the shirt? abby: get comfortable. we have more "fox & friends" after this. maria: good morning, tomorrow is the first day on the job for the new white house chief of staff. senate considers the future of obamacare, is the repeal effort really over and house turns attention to tax return. good morning, everyone, i'm maria bartiromo. thank you so much for joining us this is sunday morning futures. reince priebus is out, retired four-star general john kelly is in. what does the new chief of staff bring to the table after rough week to the white house? mike huckabee will join me live. my one-on-one exclusive with house speaker paul ryan coming up. when does he think congress will

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