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this morning. i love the throw-back pictures, i believe from the 1970s. welcome back to fox sand friends. will cain, rachel campos duffy, lawrence jones with us this morning. rachel: good morning. both of you guys were up late last night. lawrence: have to power through it. hold on strong. there is a lot of news today. rachel: there is a lot of news. we'll go straight to the baby formula story. 78 million-pounds of baby formula is set to touch down from overseas this morning. lawrence: ink is dry on the baby formula app. will: lucas tomlinson joins us this morning. reporter: code name operation fly formula. the first air force c-17 set to
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land in indianapolis, indiana. the first time they have sorties to deliver half a million bottles. some calling this disaster relief here at home. this is the timeline. this is updated guidance. 10:50 this morning the first flight expected to arrive. the a 12:50 first pallets of baby formula will be off-loaded. four companies are responsible for supply of the baby formula in the united states. ceo one of those companies abbott, ceo pledged to make the following steps. five million dollar fund for hospitalized children. fda approved facility in ireland and expect to restart the michigan plant in first weekend in june. it will take six to eight weeks before production is ramped up. that will operate at full capacity, more than double the current production.
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he wrote, past few months have distressed us as they have you. i want to say we're sorry to every family we let down since the voluntary recall exacerbated formula shortage. formula makers are set to testify in congress this week. >> thank you. lawrence: couple things, why did the president leave the homeland while all of this is going on in the country. it is not just the baby formula and crime. the fact they have to have a special plane fly the bill for him to sign, i think it its ridiculous. number two, i had kevin wallings on yesterday. i consider him a reasonable democrat. rachel: a nice guy no question. lawrence: he has to defend what the president is doing. what he talks about this is win for the president because he acted swiftly. no, he did not. he was warned about this.
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jen psaki even said from the podium that the president could not sign the defense authorization act in a case like this. i just think that as we discussed yesterday these are self-inflicted wounds, one. they don't do anything about them. when they get media pressure all of sudden, it is all hands on deck. then they want us to celebrate them doing their job almost six months later. rachel: it its such a great point. you shut down a factory that produces 40% of the baby formula, you wonder -- by the way in the midst of supply chain crises and all kinds of you know, food shortages already beginning to pile up across the globe and you wonder, how they didn't predict this was going to happen. i think, i brought this up yesterday, i think it is embarrassing for us on a global stage. this is the basics, right? feed your baby. he is doing this overseas trip
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and we're having to have the military fly in formula from other countries. i think it makes us look really weak. will: hard to escape the ominous feeling in the american economy right now. talk about the food shortages. there is a wheat shortage exacerbated to the war in ukraine but not totally attributable to the war in ukraine. stock market seven straight weeks down. gas prices set record highs. inflation. american people can be forgiven for feeling very insecure economically right now. rachel: a lot of people feeling like well, maybe i want some buyer's remorse over biden if you will. which lead us back to the trump situation. as you guys know there has been a trial of, you know, the russia hoax. a lot of stuff has come out about you know robby mook, the campaign manager admitting that hillary clinton did indeed know that this was a hoax and it went
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all the way up to here and she agreed to have it released to the press and let them go with the story, she would tweet about later, pretend she didn't know it was out there. the entire hoax unraveled. a lot of democrats don't know it has unraveled but it has. donald trump for his part is very upset says, where do i go to get my reputation back after this horrible scandal. really the slanderous attack on him happened. here is what he had to say. this is one of the greatest political scandals in history. for three years i had to fight her off, him talking about hillary and fight those crooked people off, and you never get your reputation to get your reputation back. where do i go to get my reputation off? i had to fight them off. if we had real leadership like mitch mcconnell they would do something about it, guys like bill barr, they would have done something about it.
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lawrence: couple things here. we were told there was a first russia investigation to believe robert mueller. i understand how he didn't find this kind of evidence out there. if you have the campaign manager essentially admitting that hillary clinton gave the green light to disinformation they created, how come mueller didn't find that in his investigation? for all the people that rammed donald trump for saying i don't trust the system. what else are we supposed to mean? he is already out of office. we're finding out that our legal system what he was saying wasn't too off the pale. number two, real quickly, will, i think something very demented by hillary clinton. every time she gives an interview she relitigates the 2016 election and blames russia for her loss when she knows for a fact she helped created the disinformation and planted it out there.
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there is multiple things that is wrong with this, will. will: 2016 broke the psyche of so many people out there. 2016 might be a great breaking point in american history. if you go back and think about it. you're axe withoutly right, we talk so much about accepting election results of 2020, there is sizable contingent of people certainly american politicians have not accepted the results of the election in 2016. the reason robert mueller didn't want this, lawrence, he was not looking for it. he was looking to establish a connection between donald trump and russia. he was starting with an assumption, an assumption planted in the media with the fbi there was a connection. you have to understand, everybody in the media outside of the fox news channel, went breathlessly night after night based the assumption was real. the assumption was planted what we're talking about, a little thread here in the media. a little story from the steele, ultimately that connects back to
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the steele dossier, plant the seed, we can leap from that assumption. now we find out that assumption was false, nobody is interested. nobody will revisit. nobody will give a single second to coverage, that you spent three years on a false assumption. rachel: there is two things. those assumptions involve a person, donald trump. so he was accused of treason. so let's first remember that. they accused him of treason. and two, interesting point you brought up, will, when you said there is a lot of democrats leaders, not talking about the population among democrats, we know there are a lot of them who still believe that this hoax is true. what is fascinating there is a lot of democrat leaders who still blame russia. and i wonder as i was reading about all of this this morning, i was thinking, how much of that anger towards russia they still have over as you called it breaking their psyche in 2016 still continues to influence our
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national policy, foreign policy with russia? this, donald trump brought up in this interview he did with fox digital that by going after him and putting all of this resources about russia into this russia hoax how many other things was russia getting away with because we didn't have resources on that? but again how much of this is influencing ukraine. andy mccarthy says, this whole trial is confirming what so many of us already knew. >> i think it really is a case now, brian of the paper trail is catching up with the things we always kind of knew. there is no way that the hillary clinton campaign would have concocted this political narrative which was really a slander of her opponent donald trump and then peddled it to the media, and tried to entice the fbi into investigating it which would make it a better story for the
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media and we her light for the electorate, she was always in on it. i was always thought it preposterous mrs. clinton would not be in on her own campaign initiative. rachel: my husband, used to say, he was in office when all of this was going on, he would go to the town halls, is donald trump colluding, did he collude with the russians to win? sean would say, donald trump couldn't even collude with the republicans. how the heck was he doing it, it seemed so preposterous as andy mccarthy said, but entire american politics uprooted about this. will: i want to say this assumption i'm describe something rooted in corruption. i don't want to gloss over that or get that hidden under an avalanche of words. it was an assumption created by corruption and the point of well, we just ran with this four years bade on moving more illusion of an investigation.
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"new york times," cnn donald trump was being investigated. what does that mean? somebody was looking into something you planted. meanwhile the durham trial, durham trial is beyond investigation. indictment sitting in a court of law and yet not worthy of coverage. lawrence: it is stunning to me. we'll talk about this later in the show when the president talks about his reputation. i wonder what legal analyst will say civilly what he can do, when you have this pile of evidence. the part about the media at that that ticks me out so much, the story was a shock to them. they knew the story was bad before mueller's investigation, which means they were a part of this the entire time. they could have easily said, they didn't tell us that, this story was shopped to us, we didn't feel like it was credible. "buzzfeed" was only person decided to run with it. they didn't tell us that. we're only now finding that out. rachel: there is a little bit after kink in that, before the election when they thought hillary would still win
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"the new york times" had an article going there is really not much there, then after donald trump won, they said we all got to go with the story. will: we have to talk about it not just throughout the morning but the week ahead. the trial is set to continue for michael sussman. we turn to digs add headlines. the manhunt for escaped texas inmate is entering quote expanded phase. police have been searching nine days for gonzalo lopez attacked a prison truck driver during transport and ran off. 50,000-dollar reward for information leading to his capture. up north a south carolina taco truck is busted for drug trafficking. the attorney general is calling the case losbandidos the owner of the restaurant allegedly tracked cocaine and meth across the entire state. what tracks the stories together, both ever them are connected to mexican drug
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cartels. president biden arriving in tokyo next morning for the next leg of the asian tour. biden spent last three days in south korea making a pledge for the future of the u.s. president biden: part of transforming the automobile sector accelerating us on the road handing to the united states of all electric future. will: biden also highlighted the announcement from hyundai, car manufacturers, vowing to invest $5.5 billion in electric vehicle infrastructure in the united states. to the usfl or as rachel likes to say the usfl, the birmingham stallions continue the winning streak defeating the michigan pan terse. the team scoring 14 unanswered points, winning 31-1. philadelphia stars beat the tampa bay bandits with 35-25 win. pittsburgh maulers take on the new orleans breakers at noon.
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houston gamblers looking at the second win of the season against the new jersey generals at 4:00 p.m. those are the headlines. lawrence: that drug story, that inmate got out in texas is a scary stuff. will: assassin connected to the drug cartels. lawrence: we'll follow it. a racehorse with 5-1 odds powering through near rec record heat in stunning finish at the preakness stakes. >> early voting at center, early voting comes inside. wins the preakness by a length 1/2. rachel: janice dean was there. she joins us live from pimlico racecourse. good morning. reporter: good morning. this is how much money i lost yesterday. will: why do you still have it? reporter: i won't be cashing these tickets. listen, it was, it was 7-2 for early voting. took office yesterday at the
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preakness here in baltimore, pimlico racetrack. the second jewel in the triple crown of course. the first race in the kentucky derby, we had rich strike and rich strike did not come to baltimore. i heard this horse, early voting had a chance to be in the kentucky derby they said no, we want to run in the preakness. i wonder if this horse had run in the kentucky derby would there be a different out come, would we have the chance of a triple crown? we won't know. this is horse racing. we had nine horses in the race. early voting took. creative minister was third. we interviewed creative minister's trainer and secret oath which was d. wayne lukas's horse. we were hoping for a win on secret oath that would brought him the most winningest trainer at the preakness. the horse early voting was
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trained by chad brown, ridden by jose ortiz. could have gone to the kentucky derby but he decided to run for the black eyed susans instead. owner seth clarman had a win in 2017 with his horse cloud computing. it was his birthday. he was celebrating with another win at the preakness. june 11th is the test of the champions, the third jewel in the triple crown. you know they have only had 13 horses win the triple crown. it is a hard one to do. so we won't have a triple crown this year. but i'm still excited for belmont. one more thing, i have to thank christine moore for my beautiful hats all weekend long. i have to say i love the races but i love the fashion more. back to you. rachel: i'm so glad you ended on that fashion because i was not going to let the segment end without commenting on the hat. it does look fabulous on you.
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tell christine. great job, great pick. reporter: i will. >> thanks, janice. still to come tragedy at the finish line as a new york city runner dies at the half-marathon in crazy heat. 15 others were also hospitalized. we're going to explain what happened next. will: plus this lesson is being taught to new york city public school students. >> even mitch mcconnell is invited to love and be loved considering all of the harm he is causing. in jesus christ says yes, even him. will: controversial new book that knocks religion and glorifies socialism. ♪. ♪ ♪ make way for the first-ever chevy silverado zr2. with multimatic shocks, rugged 33-inch tires,
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♪. rachel: a runner dies after crossing the finish line at the brooklyn half-marathon and collapsing. will: 15 others were also hospitalized. lawrence: crazy. jackie inborn yes, sir live with details. reporter: runner was found unconscious on the cone any eye boardwalk after crossing finish line. they only eyed him as a
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30-year-old man. medical staff rushed him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. 15 others were also hospitalized with unspecified injuries. four are in serious condition this morning. the 13.1-mile race from the brooklyn museum to coney island was returning in person first time since the start of the pandemic. the event happening under a heat advisory as extreme temperatures hit the east coast. temperatures ranged from low 60s to high 70s. fox weather reports there was 83% humidity at the start of the race. those can be tough conditions as you imagine for runners. it is up clear if heat was a factor in the runner's death. police believe he suffered a cardiac episode. the first time a competitor died at the brooklyn half-marathon since 2014. back to you guys. will: thank you, jackie. it was hot yesterday. it was hot but as jackie was
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pointing out, i'm not sure time of day, 60s or 70s humidity will get you. humidity will get you. lawrence: have not eaten or proper fuel. rachel: could be a cardiac event. we'll get to the bottom of that. will: a controversial book is distributed in the new york city public schools in the libraries. it is a eye-opener, knocks religion and glorifies socialism. look at cover. what you don't know, a story of liberated childhood by an establish that higgenbotham. kids learning the aocs, not the abcs. social studies, socialist studies. there is your picture of the "new york post" right now. it's, it's something this book. rachel: it really is. all the covid money sent to schools, schools have only spent 7% of that. i think you will see a lot more
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resources going into dumb stuff like this instead of the basics because they're flooded with cash. in addition to the cash and there is lot of idealogical stuff out there. i've been talking about socialism being fed into our school system and our kids curriculum for a long time. it is just becoming more and more blatant. they're less trying to cover it up. this is the masks full off. by the way the author, parents have said, there are anti-catholic messages in here, very anti-religion. it mixes up politics and religion and this really weird concocted soup. people should definitely read the book what it is about. it holds up aoc and the "squad" and heroes and mitch mcconnell as the, you know the villain in the book. it is very obvious about that the author responds to critics of the book and she says, i never expected people who cling to oppressive dying institutions of patriarchy and white
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supremacy to like this book. su. you're patriarchal person and so, that's her answer. lawrence: this is insane. this is what the book is about. the picture book centers on a black child talks about sitting in a school and church and a friend who is year like me. the boy is shown in the church where churches can preach all they want about love. the only thing i feel when i'm here is shame. the boy's spirit meets jesus who is apparently a democrat, tells him everyone is invited to love and to be loved. you know, i warned conservatives that this was going to happen. when i ran campus reform and we were talking about the college campuses kept saying, we've lost that battle. i continue to tell them, this stuff happening on the university level is going to be eventually fed in into the schools. we, we focused just strictly on
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the college campuses every so often we would get all the messages from parents, cover what is happening at my high school. cover what is happening at my middle school. it shows you when you abandon the education system, you put it in the progressive hands they will take it and run with it. last thing i will say on it, i will preach but it is sunday, the last time people tried to gate jesus involved in politics. he looked in render unto caesar what is caesar, what to god unto god. i don't like them putting jesus in the center of this nonsense. parents should talk about christ, not educators talking about christ. will: this is a youtube video where she reads a excerpt from higgenbotham. >> churches preach about love, only thing i feel about is shame, the shame is not coming from god. i have nothing to be ashamed off.
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my spirit floats free. the spirits floats up into the rafters of the church. who pops in, but jesus christ. are you going to punish the people take me, blame it on you? he asks, jesus says no. everyone is invited to love and be loved. even -- that is mitch mcconnell. child wants to know even if mitch mcconnell is invited to be loved and be loved considering all the harm he is causing. and jesus christ says yes, even him. will: what a soup of partisanship and religion and -- rachel: just crazy stuff. but again, this is the kind of stuff in public schools these days especially so many of the blue cities. you're not going to get, you're getting a little pushback. but i guarranty the mom complained it is anti-catholic will be the minority in that, in
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terms of parents you know, pushing back on this. most parents in new york city i found just kind of accept this as part of, part of the way things are. new york city department of education was asked about this by "new york post." here is what they had to say. our public schools do not shy away from books that teach our kids history and can be used to deepen the understanding of the world around them. we value and honor our students perspectives around identities and we provide opportunity for family voices to be heard on topics including book selections. i think what is really troubling about this, there are a lot of people who can get out of these systems, they have the money to get into the private schools or move to a different area but there are children who are trapped because of their economic situation at home in these systems. they are basically prisoners. this is what they're being force fed in these prisons indoctrination, what pete calls, democrat camp at their schools and it's really unfair.
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no one should be captive to this. lawrence: before we go, what a ridiculous statement. what was historical about anything she said? did mitch mcconnell meet jesus? this is so stupid! unbelievable. >> anyway. lawrence: sorry. rachel: crazy stuff. you can't make it up. all right, coming up i traveled to the border in texas to see the crisis first-hand last week, and we'll show you what i saw in the next hour. lawrence: from inflation to shortages, 1/3 of americans are feeling financial stress. some moms tell us how this could swing the vote in this year's midterms. that is next on "fox & friends." ♪. certified turbocharger, suspension and fuel injection.
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♪. rachel: welcome back to "fox & friends." from the baby formula shortage to record high inflation, no wonder more than a third of americans are feeling stressed when it comes to paying for usual household items and parents are feeling especially a lot of pressure because with these economic issues are they going to drive them to the polls? our next guests are all moms with some children still in diapers, mother ever two jessica joins us with mother of one, "washington times" legal affairs reporter, alex sawyer, mother of four, radio show host annie frye. start with you, jessica, you have two kids. tell me how you're reacting both to inflation and the baby formula shortage? >> so it's pretty crazy. i would say we're all pretty stressed out right now. me personally thankfully i have enough for the end of the month. we just had a mom last night
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post on the group i created she had none to last her the rest of the night. thankfully we got her some to the end of the week. very scary. rachel: good to note you have a facebook page where you have other moms are coming in. you're networking shows the way moms work together through the crisis. unbelievable, throughed end of the month. i never thought that would happen in america. alex, you have a six-month old baby. talk to me about inflation, but also how you're dealing with the baby formula shortage. you were breast feeding, started to wean your baby off breast milk around the time of the shortage. >> bad timing. always a day late a dollar short. i've been fortunate we used european formula. i had extra supply of different formulas i tried. i tried similac, i posted on social media, inundated by people for the extra that didn't
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work for my daughter. through that i found interesting things. one i had a friend who had aer is fosters a little baby. they're not flexible for the formula they use. dictated by the birth mother. if you're a biological parent, you can substitute x for y, that might work for my little one. the foster families may be in a harder situation. the flipside the new moms are focused on newborns, healing their own body, stressing to purchase all lacktation products, dietary supplement to increase their own supply. there is not only stress on feeding your little one but stress on your own body too. rachel: of course, absolutely. annie, talk to me about the politics of this. you're seeing parents more stressed out than ever. worried about things we never thought we would worry about in america. inflation, these are record highs many of us have not seen in our lifetimes. what do you think will happen in
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the midterms? >> that is an interesting proposition because if you look what the role of government is supposed to be here it's the fda and if you look at what the fda role in the abbott inspection has been, they visited in january 31st i believe it was of 2022. that was following up on a september inspection that they had on the facility where that report failed to identify some june of 2020 discarded destroyed formula. the fda should have seen this coming a long time ago. they should have been there to make sure the supply shortages which have been exacerbated by supply chain issues due to covid and poor management of the transportation of goods and services into this country. moms across the country right now are looking at who is responsible for this. they want to have baby formula. we hear from the administration you know, if we go over the weaken and have a margarita, do kickboxing, buy an electric car
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will be better for us. we don't need happy hour. we need baby formula. we know what is going on now. we will be voting in november. rachel: such a great point. democrats are in power. all branches of government and you definitely don't want to have angry, stressed out parents going to the polls under those conditions. they have only one party to blame on that regard. so anyway, thank you all for joining us today. appreciate it. good luck with all that you're dealing with, we really appreciate it. all right. president biden is in japan but that is not stopping china from stirring up trouble. gordon chang is an expert on beijing's power. his reaction as the white house looks to deepen ties with taiwan next. ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪. >> we are looking to deepen our economic partnership with taiwan including high technology issues, including on semiconductors, supply chains but we're pursuing that in the first instance on a bilateral basis while we arrange with other countries through the framework. will: overnight the biden administration expresses its desire for strong economic ties with taiwan as president biden arrives in japan. the president is wrapping up the
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asia trip to thousands of servicemembers in north korea all the while china launches military drills. gordon chang, author of the great china tech war. he joins us now. great to have you on set with us. >> good morning, will, terrific to be here. will: you look at these two things simultaneously. the one thing jake sullivan says the biden administration looks to deepen economic ties with taiwan, third, china launches military drills. connected? >> they are connected. before biden stopped in south korea, the chinese publicly warned him not to talk about taiwan. there was the joint statement between president biden and president of south korea which specifically mentions taiwan. there will be a lot of taiwan discussions in japan, the second and last stop on this trip. really what the night was saying to beijing, i'm not afraid of you anymore. the reason the administration has to do that because the last couple weeks the biden team has
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done things that made it it looked like it was intimidated about i china. the reason the chinese were very aggressive before the trip because they thought they had biden on the run. will: what happened last couple weeks, sent a message the biden administration may be intimidated by china? >> ned price, state department spokesman walked back good comments the state department made on taiwan after china got a public his sy fate. it made it look like china was determining what u.s. policy would be, telling us what taiwan policy would be. that was clearly unacceptable. so that created a very bad impression among people. i think biden going to asia is sort of like a repair trip after the chaotic withdrawal from afghanistan. fail turf deterrents in ukraine. allies in asia were pretty nervous about american leadership. they were saying are you the united states anymore? so that is the reason why biden had to go there. will: south korea, japan, our
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allies need to see strength from the united states. china sees weakness insecurity, now is opportunity to be more belligerent, push us around a little bit. do you think china looks at events in ukraine, look at the way the world responded to to russia feels embolden or says let's not be the belligerent on the world stage? >> my guess, on balance more encouraged that inhibited. a lot of things that inhibited them, some encouraged them. the most important thing, will, although we had overwhelming power over russia our economy was 13.1 times bigger than russia at the end of last year of the european union, their economy was 10.5 times bigger, britain's economy twice as large. all these nations were not able to stop china. china looks at that, look, western diplomacy is really bad.
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these guys are weak. they can't stop russia from invading ukraine. the chinese look at that say, we can do something on taiwan. will: correct me if i'm wrong, the chinese policy, approach for decade has been the form of asymmetric warfare. it's been economic, it's been cultural. i wonder if events between russia and ukraine let's continue with that path? instead of direct military conflict let's continue with the war under the surface? >> yes. remember war under the surface was covid-19. although we don't know exactly where this pathogen came from we know that china deliberately spread it beyond its borders. more than one million americans who have been killed. that's warfare. one million american dead. will: yeah, but to your point taiwan is the flashpoint. taiwan is the flashpoint whether or not it becomes kinetic war as opposed to a cultural, economic war. we have to keep our eye on taiwan. gordon, great to see you. >> thanks so much, will. will: let's turn to
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meteorologist rick reichmuth for the fox weather forecast. happy belated birthday man. it was yesterday. like the picture you posted. how long ago was that? rick: 30 years ago yesterday. will: grab that photo to share it with the audience. rick: by the way i had not done anything illegal in the picture. it looks like it. no, nothing at all. take a look at the weather map. show you what is going on. we have a really warm weekend across much of the eastern seaboard after feeling so cool much of the spring. 71 in raleigh, 71 in atlanta. across the plains, 31 degrees in fargo. freeze warnings across the part of the plains. cold air coming in. lightning from areas of eastern texas, through parts of louisiana. that front will keep pulling off toward the east. we cool back down behind all the storms. there will be severe weather to be had especially later today, the red in the northeast, tore
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♪. lawrence: democracy 2022, midterm election season in full swing. georgia, alabama, arkansas, texas, voters getting ready to head to the polls and the count continues in pennsylvania to determine if there is a winner or a recount for gop senate primary. alexandria hoff joins us live from pittsburgh with the latest. reporter: hey, lawrence. i know you were out here in pennsylvania last week too talking to voters. we knew this would be close but it really doesn't get much closer in this republican senate primary. right now less than 1100 votes statewide separate trump endorsed dr. oz and businessman david mccormack. that is .1% margin. unless be a tennessee ballots counted or disputed ballots bring it up to half a percent, that a mandatory recount will be
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certainly triggered. if that is the case we won't know results until june 8th. before that voters in georgia, alabama, texas will head to the polls for respective primaries. in georgia, trump backed david perdue is struggling to make headway over governor brian kemp. trump will hold a telephone rally for perdue. in texas president faring better, ken paxton leading into tuesday's runoff election. paxton has been outfun raised by george p. bush. who promises to be a force when it comes to the border crisis. >> right now the catch-and-release program of the biden administration has created a magnet policy for coyotes, smugglers, cartels to make an estimated $10 million a day to move people and fentanyl across the border. reporter: candidates making the final push. in many of these primaries the big selling point for a candidate, hey, i'm the best
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person to beat the democratic opponent come the general election. the rnc they want to help with that too. they might be better poised to do that than they had been before. just last month the republican national committee outfund raised the dnc by $1.3 million. lawrence? lawrence: a lot of voters upset. you're doing great reporting. i will talk to primary voters live at sallie mae's kitchen in georgia on tuesday. it will be a great diner, the heartbeat of america. still ahead the biden administration is vowing to fight a federal judge's decision plan to block the lifting of title 42 tomorrow. rachel got a first-hand look at the crisis at our border. what she learned next on "fox & friends".
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welcome to the second hour of sunday morning of "fox & friends." i'm lawrence jones in for pete along with rachel and will. good morning to y'all. rachel: good morning. i love good morning to y'all. texas on the couch. will: that's right. lawrence: it's a texas takeover. will: it is. lawrence: great to be with you you all this morning. will: tell you story this morning. in the green room, don't remember how it came up, somebody in the green room goes, have you heard of that, you know that song, sweet home alabama ba, the band, they will play summer concert. lawrence goes, who is lynyrd skynyrd. i was mouth agape, who is lynryd skynyrd.
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i said had anyone heard of lynryd skynyrd. rachel goes i heard of him. i heard of him. rachel: i know sweet home alabama. will: it's a band, iconic american band. lawrence: i know you played the song. i knew, "forrest gump." will: i am not that old. i feel like asking you lynryd skynyrd is asking you who the rolling stones are. it is iconic americana. guys am i wrong? am i wrong? you should no who lynyrd skynyrd is. rachel: really? lawrence: his back is hurting him. trying to do crossfit. will: you know. help us out. help me out. lawrence: today was the straw that broke the camel's back. rachel: this is a guy who never even seen it's a wonderful life. that is americana. will: my mom had it on every christmas morning. i'm out. there is something better.
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♪. rachel: there is the song. lawrence: i do like it. rachel: of course i just didn't know. will: of course he is- rachel: they are? lawrence: rachel, did excellent reporting on the border. the biden administration is bound to appeal a federal judge's decision to block the plan to lift title 42 tomorrow. >> even with the order still in place for now illegal crossings remain at historic levels with dhs numbers obtained by fox news revealing more than 1000 crossed the border in 24 hours. that is one sector alone. with only 23 of that thousand expelled under title 42. rachel: i believe it. when i was on the border it was a constant stream of people. i took a trip down to eagle pass tex sakss to talk to law enforcement leaders, to speak with migrants. here is what i saw. we're getting ready to take state troopers taking us up over the rio grande. lieutenant, what do we have right here?
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>> well, this is a group of 130 plus just came across. these five border patrol agents are tied up the rest of the day processing all those migrants that came across. pull the agents off the line exposes more vulnerable gaps along the border. rachel: lieutenant, what are we seeing here, a makeshift tent, tent city? >> right. this was developed to alleviate some overcrowding in the sector. what you see there is a fence. there is no type of structure around it, right? rachel: yeah. >> for this particular purpose they believe having fence or barriers is priority or vital to what they're doing here as far as processing yet, we don't see that along the border where it is needed. rachel: what are we looking at right here? >> you see panels from the previous border wall being constructed. we know the border wall was constructed last year. wasted panels that could be used for the border wall.
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rachel: after getting a bird's-eye view lieutenant took me to get a closer look to the border crisis right next to the rio grande. >> this is area we see increased activity. see clothing discarded, shoes, personal items. rachel: this is someone's private property? >> all this is private property. that barbed wire was put up by the state to stop crossings taking place. you see what they're doing, some of the wet clothing use it to push down on the barbed wire to a allow them cross over. this is the federal government's job to secure the border. now the state of texas is bearing burden, resources, troopers, national guardsmen, putting up fencing. this is taxpayer money this is state funded operation. it shouldn't be that way. the federal government, this is their responsibility to safeguard americans, safeguard the border to secure it. rachel: who controls this area honestly? is it cartels? >> the cartels, using messaging the border is open to encourage
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migrants to make the journey. every person that crosses river, a child, woman, family they pay a fee to the cartel. rachel: i spoke to cubans interdicted this morning. each one of them spent about $12,000 to the coyotes to get to this point right here being arrested. we just saw a group of illegal migrants cross over here. [speaking spanish] only people have any benefits they work from working for government in nicaragua. >> speaking spanish] rachel: so i started talking to them. they were willing to give me interview. border patrol came, said now you're in my custody, you can't talk to them, media anymore. this is another example how the federal government doesn't want us to know what is going on. i've been shocked by the lack of transparency. i don't blame the border patrol. >> federal government needs to be transparent what is taking
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place. this affects everybody. state of takes. every state is border state because of crisis. rachel: saddest thing i've seen. children coming across. lifejacket. a child's lifejacket. making this journey with kids. >> this is much more immigration, but national security. we have to take into account children coming across how they're victimized by the criminal organizations, once they make a journey to the united states where do they end up? rachel: 60 miles away from eval did i, texas we're at unaccompanied minor facility for entire del rio sector. not even mayor is allowed to see whs on. >> local churches, clothes formula, food, kids in there, tried to bring it. weren't allowed. this is the most non-transparent government i've ever seen in my life. rio grande valerie, whatever, he has this entourage of law enforcement people follow him.
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stay on the ranch two miles from the border what common ordinary citizen has to deal with because of lack of ability at that take care of border. family weren't let kids outside unless parents have a gun. rachel: with a gun? >> with a gun. because they don't know what is coming by. >> can't handle all this. >> we can't. they pulled all the agents. they are processing them. they won't send the people back. they they will release them. they're not staying in evaldi. they're going to your community. going to the big cities. east coast, to the west coast, to mid-america. will: wow. rachel: it was incredible. one of the interesting things, he is the mayor of this town. he can't, this facility for migrant chirp is in his town. he has never been able to be inside. never been able to see anything, but he does get information of what happens when some of those migrant go to the hospitals
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because you know, people talk, small towns, right? 11, 12, 13-year-old girls having babies. we know what is happening to these kids when they come across the border. our federal government does not want us to know anything. i think my biggest takeaway, one lack of transparency from the federal government. they don't want us to see. two, i saw zero law enforcement in terms of, the law enforcement people are there, but in terms of actually using law enforcement to stop people from coming i saw none of that. it was entirely all about getting people and processing them. in fact at one point you saw supposedly the texas, you know, state of texas is coordinating, coordinating with the mexican government. across the river, i see military vehicles and people from the mexican government, the mexican military and police enforcement all across there but people are
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still crossing. then our people just take them and process them. so, nobody says as you're crossing, i'm sorry you need to go back. that doesn't happen. they're not allowed, why don't you say go back? they said liability. if they drown going back, that is on me. i can't do that. will: complete the equation. both said a lot of time at the border. processing means what? rachel: processing means you collect them. they don't want us to see it, the facilities are closed, they're building more facilities, what you saw the big giant tent city. the irony, will, that tent city, they don't want us to see what is going on there, surrounded by a wall, you can't get in there, next to it the rusted trump walls they refuse to put up, won't even let texas to build that. lawrence: to build on your question, essentially the processing as rachel said, they go in there, get notice to appear. about two years out. many times they don't. they rip that up. you can see the notices to
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appear in those local towns sitting on the streets. once they get the notices to appear, they are released back into the homeland, either, family members call to pick them up,. rachel: fly them. lawrence: two weeks they fly them in. will: across america. lawrence: across the country. rachel: i spoke to migrants, they came across before they were collected by border patrol, i said where are you going? this was a group of nicaraguans an cubans. one said i'm going to l.a. one said i'm going to miami. i have family in miami. i said how are you going to get there? they were quiet. they knew. lawrence: last thing i will say about this, what happened at the border because mexico has been the point of entry where people freely come across the border. it is not just poor people coming across the border. people want to get to the homeland, don't want to go through the immigration process, get fees, get lawyers involved.
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people considered in the middle class in central and south america are coming to mexico just to get across the border that way instead of going through the typical immigration process. the biden administration is incentivizing people not to go through the legal process. quicker to get to the -- rachel: if you do it legal way you feel like a chump. there was a sign, put that sign back up? it was on our side of the border. you know that says, follow this path. so when you cross the river there is different paths. it says follow the path. are the cartels, who put the sign up? and turns out i found out it was, i was told it was border patrol. they know they will get lost. might as well tell them where to go, to collect them, process them through the system. i have to tell you i was really shocked. i knew it was bad. it makes me bad that president biden and kamala are not down
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there you have to see it to believe it. will: great job bringing that showing us what happens. meanwhile we go all the waive across the pacific ocean where president joe biden is speaking in south korea where he touted and all-american or all-electric future for america when it comes to you are vehicles. watch. president biden: thanks to hyundai we are being part of this transformative automobile sector and accelerating us on the road we'll handing in the united states of all electric future. new facility should rolling out the latest electric vehicles and batteries to power them by 2025. batteries that we made at this new facility in georgia are going to power cars without one drop of gasoline, increased security of our battery supply chain as well. that will serve to save families money at the pump because they can skip the pump all together. will: so that is i'm certain, to make you feel better this morning as your national average
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gas price today is $4.59, up from 4.47 last week. up from $3.04 a year ago. don't worry in two years all electric. rachel: by the way, so much disinformation by the way about electric. i mean electric some people say, obviously when you're driving it emits less co2, no one ever talks about how much co2 is emitted manufacturing the battery, manufacturing the car. will: manufacturing the electricity. rachel: yes, exactly. precisely. you know, i don't understand why you know, they are constantly pushing this as if zero co2 emissions. it's not. lawrence: i just think, those are excellent points but such a tone deaf message when, who is going to buy the car? who will buy the electric car? people can't afford the gas prices. how will they afford these cars? $50,000 average i think for these cars and that is not even
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including adjusting it for inflation. by the way you can't even get the vehicles. a lot of them are on back order. i just, i don't understand how joe biden goes from, you know, scranton joe, speaking with average everyday people having such a high class message for the american people. i was just in p.a. with a family, talking about they can't even buy groceries at the store, having to decide between groceries and the bills. the daughter has to sell her car, that she just bought by the way so she and her dad can carpool to work to help out with the bills back home. she is leaving college. who is telling those stories of average day working people. by the way, that family is not a republican family. they are democrats. not anymore. because of joe biden. rachel: it is such a great point. it is so tone deaf, it doesn't
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relate to what people are going through. again as you said, even if they could afford a 50,000-dollar car, you can't even get them nowadays right now anyway, totally tone deaf. there is no solution to this except that maybe this is intentional that they want the prices this high, will. so that people just think well eventually i will have to go electric. will: when you speak like that in this moment, it certainly makes it seem like you have an agenda you're pushing. when you start moving to all-electric message we're hurting to keep our cars filled up with gasoline it does make you wonder, to the point of it being tone deaf, this is the survey of american households what they're feeling right now, 34% are saying that they have difficulty paying household expenses right now. rachel: of course they do. because when they price of gas goes up everything goes up, food, you know, your clothing everything goes up. everything is so expensive right now. lawrence: don't tell that to
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nancy pelosi because everything is going great under joe. everything is fine. will: we have a few additional headlines for you now. we'll start with this, the man accused of following, murdering a chinese woman in her apt saying he believes they will get off scot-free. shouting from rikers island. they have only me on camera going into the building. that's it. christina lee stabbed 40 times. the suspect is fairing first-degree murder, burglary, sexually motivated burglary charges. elon musk twitter takeover still at a standstill. musk replying to a tweet about the status of negotiations, quote, they still refuse to explain how they calculate that 5% daily user fake or spam. very suspicious. musk also tweeting, i'm worried that twitter has a disincentive to reduce spam as it reduces daily use. that suddenly not looking so promising, that deal. tiger woods withdraws from the
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pga championship, the first time ever pulling out of a major tournament. the decision comes after woods shot the worst score of his career at the event yesterday for one round. as he continues to recover from serious leg injuries from a car accident last year. today the final round will still get underway. pga rookie, pierra, at the top of the leaderboard. set to play in the final pairing. those are your headlines. lawrence: rooting for tiger for a comeback story. rachel: all the old guys want a comeback story for tiger woods. i didn't say will. [laughter]. all right. well, still ahead, there are two cases of monkeypox confirmed in the u.s. as new york city looks into an outbreak of legionnaires' disease. dr. nesheiwat will break down the symptoms to look out for you, what these rare viruses
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♪. will: the supreme court could issue its ruling on abortion as soon as, listen to this, tomorrow. days after a dhs memo the white house is bracing for nationwide protests in response. meanwhile it has been nearly three weeks since the unprecedented leak and there is no information, much less a breakthrough who was behind the leak. judicial crisis president, former supreme court clerk carrie severino joins us now i am, i don't know of if shock is the word, i can't believe we're three weeks into the news story and we have nothing who the supreme court leaker may be? >> yeah. i like you expected this would be a quicker thing. we know, we have very small
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universe of people that would have access to the draft. you would think it should be relatively easy. they all work in the supreme court building. let's figure this out. it is possible the chief justice knows, simply hasn't released it yet. the biggest value of learning make sure the person's name is released. faces consequences of that action, means losing their job at the supreme court, potentially disbarred, all those things are important to make it clear this is not something that can continue to really protect the institution of the court. i think find the person quickly, please, so we know we can have closure for this. will: to your point, carrie, it is so probable you can narrow down who it is very quickly. you bring up the potentiality chief justice roberts may already know who it is and maybe not releasing it. it is the possibility we never learn who it is even though it's known within the court circles? >> you know, i suppose that's
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possible though i think if some of the other justices knew as well they would recognize across the board. when i have spoken with other judges, other people involved in the court, i think everyone recognizes that making sure that this person is made an example of effectively saying hey, this is not behavior where you can do this to go along unpunished. hard to imagine how that happens if their name is kept secret and they're sort of protected that way. will: i want to end with this. you heard me mention this, there is anticipation or expectation that tomorrow the supreme court could release, i guess we'll find out if the draft opinion ends up reflecting exactly what the opinion will be on roe v. wade. what is reaction to the news we could hear tomorrow? >> tomorrow, they will release some opinions. we don't know if that will be one of them. if it isn't tomorrow we'll be playing this game, waiting game from now until the end of june but i would say the sooner the better.
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we're still seeing protests at the justices houses. they're getting increasingly vulgar, vial. you also worry that one crazy person out there might take it upon themselves to try to change the course of history here. we need to get this opinion out and kind of begin to put the issue to rest. certainly won't immediately. we know there is a lot of anger out there but i think we need to be able to start moving forward. will: carrie severino, thank you so much for being with us this morning. >> thanks. will: all right. the cdc issuing a health warning after more than a dozen countries confirm cases of monkeypox. should we be concerned? dr. jenette nesheiwat answers that and what to look for next.
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♪. lawrence: the globe afraid of monkeypox prompting a health warning from the cdc as two cases confirmed in the u.s. one new york city tested
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positive for virus that causes infection as city works to contain liege nair's disease outbreak in the bronx. let's bring in fox news medical contributor dr. jenette nesheiwat. doctor, thanks so much for joining the program. should we be concerned as americans now about this? >> it is important to be aware but no need to panic, no need to be overly concerned, just be aware what is going on around us in our environment. monkeypox, lawrence, this is not new. it has been around for many years. first identified in wild animals in africa in the late 1950s. we've seen sporadic cases and outbreaks. we even had it in the united states. the virus starts in animal and jumps to human and there is human-to-human transmission. there are two-ways pick it up. from the respiratory track, coughing, sneezing, bodily fluids, saliva, blood, close contact with someone it can
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spread that way. inanimate objects on towels or bedsheets you can pick it up that way. it has incubation period for five to 21 days. most people develop fever, body aches, swollen limb nodes and a rash spreads on their face and spreads around their body. no need to panic. we do have vaccines available. we have anti-viral medications that exist but those are not widely available right now. will: so -- lawrence: so doc, you laid out symptoms, everyone will freak out, every little cough will say i got it. how do they know they have it? do they go straight to medical, any trepidation, that they may have it, go to the medical professional what should they do? >> that is a good question, you have fever, body aches, then you develop a rash on your face, spreading to your body, chest,
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torso, genitals, go to your doctor right away. we can test you, swab the lesions, send it to the lab, determine what is going on, provide you supportive care, supportive treatment. we would tell you to isolate that sort of thing. we have anti-virals available. they exist but they're not widely available. most people recover from the virus if they do catch it. but if you have an underlying medical condition, a weak immune system you are at higher risk. lawrence: tell me about the legionnaires' virus going around. >> we have four cases we see here in the bronx, in new york. legionnaires' is a bacteria develops in warm waters. we see it in hot tubs humidifiers. lawrence: it is summer. >> cooling tanks for large buildings. what happens bacteria gets into the mist, air, start to breathe it in. you can develop a cough, chill, can develop pneumonia. the good thing we have testing
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available, easy test in the urine. if you have symptoms see your doctor to get tested. lawrence: hand washing. be sanitary. doctor, appreciate you. janice dean with update of the finish at last night's preakness. look at her, waving with the hat. former president trump responds to revelations from the durham probe that hillary clinton knew about the unvetted claims against him. sean duffy live on that next. there he is. ♪.
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i feel like hillary clinton:is cage fighter the way he punches back. you're right, if you listen to the testimony today, all week of the sussman trial, it becomes apparently clear that the fbi knew, the clinton campaign knew, this was a bogus story from the very beginning t was completely made up out of thin air t was fabricated. it was false. how did mueller take a year's time to investigate this with 10 of millions of dollars to investigate something that the fbi already knew was false? in 2020 peter strzok worked at the fbi, one of the lead investigators on "crossfire hurricane" which was the name given to the trump investigation said donald trump is compromised. he said that in 2020. he knew well donald trump didn't do anything with russia. adam schiff, head of the intelligence committee in the house, for all four years of the trump presidency was saying i
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have information, i'm the intelligence chair, i have information that can corroborate the news reports that donald trump was colluding with russia. all was fake and false. rachel: they totally smeared him, with really the worse kind of smear. it is treason really. it is treasonous stuff. it is so unfair. not just where do i go to get my reputation back, that is a good question, where do everybody who voted for him to get the four years back? it was remarkable how much he did, with that around his neck. will: sean, i will throw you the curveball. you're a smart guy. we're both attorneys. is there anything, lawrence might have brought this up earlier, talking about two public figures, hillary clinton, donald trump. to prove defamation you have to prove actual malice. if they made this up out of thin air you can prove malice, right? is there a civil suit? by the way, malicious prosecution towards the fbi? rachel: he likes to sue.
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>> can you win them is another question. will: right. >> we know on campaigns, a lot of false and fake information is put out there. you want to smear your opponent. i never did that others did that to me. happens all the time. so you know, whoo is concerning though, the hillary clinton campaign was pushing this in october of 2016, right before election day but it had a life after that, right? i think if you look back, so you remember, you had the hillary clinton with her server, the private server. she bleachbitted it. got rid of it. all the classified information was on a private server unsecured. that was a big story. she had to make another narrative that donald trump was actually a bigger risk than she was colluding with russia. that was one angle. i think the media is a big part of this which you guys talked about. the media understood if we push the narrative, the story, by the way, robby mook testified we wanted to go to the media to dig
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into this story that we weren't sure was correct or not. we really didn't want to go to the fbi because "slate" magazine has a great investigative team. you didn't go to "the new york times" or "the wall street journal." you didn't go to any publications, you went to slate. didn't want to go to the fbi because we didn't trust them. so bogus. the narrative from the fbi or the media is important. what they did with donald trump, the fake false story they pushed for three years of the presidency completely undermined his presidency. same thing with hunter biden. they sandbag a story on hunter biden. they controlled the narrative. most people don't know about hunter biden and the fact that laptop was true and dealings of joe and hunter and foreign entities. rachel: he is compromised. >> most americans don't know the whole russia collusion story is fake and false because the media refuses to cover the trial, listen this was made up by hillary clinton. will: ties into the next
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question. the delaware computer shop intends to sue, defamation of character calling him a russian asset. rachel: donald trump shoul sue. great, great get on the podcast. will: speaking of podcasts -- rachel: we have to talk about -- lawrence: from the kitchen table. rachel: we have a great interview. go ahead, sean. >> douglas mckinnon wrote the book, the 56, signers of the declaration of independence. so often we think we go through difficult times, challenging times, you look at the 56 who signed the declaration of independence. who they were, what they gave up, many lost their children, they lost their wealth, they lost their farms. they signed this document, fought for freedom. it's a great book. rachel talked about in the speeches. what they gave up. for us to stand up to defend our founding principles is nothing compared to what they gave up. our podcast is on this. it is a great book. rachel: it is about liberty
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lessons. what are the lessons we learn from the 56 signers we can use to fight the battles that we're fighting right now for our liberty? it is really fascinating. all 56, we know some of the main names, it goes through all 56. it's a great read, a great guest. we just thought, so many people feel so helpless and hopeless lately. we want to give people hope. these guys did it. we're not fighting nearly the battle. >> much more trying for the 56 than for us. will: we found that out. >> for our future generations. lawrence: from the kitchen table podcast. >> download it, fox, apple wherever you get your podcasts. will: thank you, sean. a law enforcement official says judge dropping charges against 16-year-old shooting a new york city cop in the leg is agenda driven. telling "new york post" another sign that the criminal justice system in the bronx is broken. the teen suspect is a rapper
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with reported ties to gangs. he was on probation for separate gun charges at the time of the shooting. the air force academy decides three cadets who refused covid vaccine will in fact be able to graduate but they will not be inducted into the force or be able to walk in their graduation ceremony. the academy says the cadets may be forced to reimburse the united states in thousands of dollars in tuition which they will not be allowed to serve. rachel: that is the most outrageous story. it is awful. will: a fourth cadet refusing the jab, opted to get the vaccine. they will graduate and become air force officer. start your engines, automakers revving up for the re-creation of the classic 1970s chevy chef develop trans am worldwide. modernized muscle car, 1500-horsepower, retractible convertible top and retro style
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upholstery. the body is based on the new chevy camaro. to rock the ride, prices start at $150,000. i have to look to read the details in the prompter. modern day, sean nodding along. rachel: no. >> love to sit in that car. >> you know who is into the muscle cars? emily campano. will: turn to chief meteorologist rick reichmuth who has the fox weather forecast. rick: lawrence doesn't know who was a trans am was. i don't know what you're talking about. that is the coolest thing until the 150,000-dollar price tag, i was like yes, yes! ah, man. that is so cool. lawrence, look it up. lawrence: i will. rick: look at the weather map. show you what is going on this morning. cooler air cutting across the non explains, so cool we have freeze warnings. fargo, 31 degrees. agriculture a problem.
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stuff already planted. so much arm air across the cold plains. warm air, really hot, really sticky. all the storms cutting across parts of mississippi valley, that pulls off towards the east cools things down dramatically. tomorrow we'll watch for the threat after little severe weather this afternoon. be careful. yesterday's preakness stakes was one of the hottest in history. janice dean drew the long straw. she was there. joins us live from pim low coracecourse. janice, so honored to talk with you. i don't think that ever happens. reporter: i'm excited. happy belated birthday to you, my friend. rick: thank you very much. reporter: it was one of the hottest preaknesss on record. we got to 95 yesterday. the record was 96. it was sweltering hot. i have to admit i watched the race in the air-conditioned hotel. i was not as excited when i lost
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my money. that is okay. we did have a winner yesterday. it was early voting. second was epicenter. epicenter came second by the way in the kentucky derby. creative minister, secret oath a philly which doesn't happen very often. christine moore was fabulous with all my hats for the preakness. my dresses were from encounter. i thank them both. one more thing, the belmont is coming up june 11th, father's day weekend. we'll know the horses on june 7th. can't wait to bring that to you on "fox & friends weekend" as well. back inside, rachel, will, lawrence. moi, from baltimore. rachel: back to you, janice. we love it all the time when you're chiming in from the racetrack. still ahead if inflation is the brick wall blocking your home renovation plans we have tips for you how to save money and fix things up. lawrence: we're camping out on
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♪. rachel: welcome back to "fox & friends." home renovations are stressful enough but rampant inflation is
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causing many families to double their budgets. diy expert chip wade is currently building a luxury house in non georgia's mountains. let's check in with him to see his top product recommendations. chip? >> good morning, and thanks so much for having me. we're here at my new construction build in the north georgia mountains. what a great spot of the build. we have just got dried in. there are challenges left and right as you can imagine. we're using best in class materials. hardscape and georgia pacific gypsum sheathing this house is 170 feet long, all metal construction. a modern the at the time tick. i'm super excited about it. as strong as good foundation under the house it is equally important to have a strong foundation under your landscape and drives. i installed this product, called a geogrid. it stablizes the soil. you can put gravel or aggregate right on top, it locks it all
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you can get all the national parks, pair the natural outdoors and landscape into the interior design. beautiful stuff as always. we have this up for you guys at wade works creative.com. make sure to check it out. follow it out with pinhote peak. >> thanks, chip. pete is here at the top of the hour, live from israel. stay with us. ♪. ♪ ♪
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first i want to say good morning to you, will good morning to you, lawrence it's a gorgeous day in new york city. will: i think they're playing god a ball. newish kids of love. speaking of kids, there's an ongoing debate this morning talking the green room leonard skynyrd comes up has no idea who leonard skynyrd is. some of the song from forrest gump and cracks took a minute sweet home alabama branch of the couch for an appeal for help and she said i have heard of him leonard skynyrd. my two cohost have no idea who leonard skynyrd is, sweet home alabama to the question is, at my old or are they culturally deficient and you have chimed in. but since you have to say this
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is from ashley, welcome anyone who does not know who's leonard skynyrd as is no friends at all. they should be ashamed of themselves this is a truth right here. [laughter] lawrence: this is the not the laptop. will: there should be a test to host on the big hurry couch and knowing who leonard scan it must be up must pass question. rachel campos-duffy 36 chevrolet, apple pie, leonard skynyrd. you have failed the test. rachel: i feel ashamed i'm going to have to bone up on some leonard skynyrd. lawrence: guess what we have an opportunity to redeem ourselves. leonard skynyrd is on the part of our concert series june 10. so we better get it together. >> i am going to become a big
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leonard skynyrd fan. [laughter] will: some of the viewers of skin have chimed in i do know this i've watched videos on leonard skynyrd. they were named after high school janitor i believe they named their band after janitor so that was a human being is just not in the bands. rachel: so what's your point. the point is you two need trying to concoct a plan. kirk's which i think what we know that's americana that he doesn't know. will: if pete were here i do think he would know who he is. he is alive from israel. kirk's out time at the backed up in a moment.
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listen guys i definitely know of lynyrd skynyrd, but i don't know much about him. i don't know much about him i know the songs i'm halfway in between all of you guys on that. well, maybe her little head of us on the curb. so great to see you guys by the way. lawrence, rachel, will i'm getting a holy land hall pass for the weekend. we are going to go from lynyrd skynyrd to our lord and savior. >> as we do on fox and friends. the backdrop behind me as a town of bethlehem the birthplace of jesus appeared will be in that town and just a little bit as we are filming a two-part series for fox nation on the life of jesus. here in bethlehem and the sea of galilee we went to his hometown where he was raised in nazareth we've been in capernaum known as a town of jesus right in the sea of galilee where his ministry was conducted were on the mount
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of all of yesterday in the old city we were at the stations of the cross were jesus carried the cross. the goal of this series guys is going to air on christmas of 2022 in easter of 2023, is to tell the biblical gospel account of jesus christ from the places where he walked, where he lived, where he died, and what he ultimately rose per this is the kind of stuff for fox nation gets to do. could not be more honored to be here doing it. i'm here with my pastor krista durkin who knows the gospel better than anyone i know, along with other guides. were going to take fox nation viewers behind the scenes the very ground where jesus walked to explain what he did and why he came to save the world. it is called jesus god is with us for part one and jesus, god saves us our part to propelling it now coming out the end of the air but it would to thank fox nation for giving me the opportunity to do this at i'll be back with you next week at where we go from lynyrd skynyrd
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to our lord and savior, to nascar. >> in charlotte coca-cola 500. rachel: is so great to see you, so greatest in that amazing backdrop of bethlehem not far in the distance. my daughter's name means light of bethlehem's let city means something to maybe listen i think we should right now but in that request when your show airs, we should go live from fox and friends weekend you know, in anticipation of the premier of your series. >> too easy, too easy i am surrounded by cameron from the jerusalem bureau. we have got producers here proving all the sites, we know all the people, i think we shoot for. >> fox and fred we get a life of the holy land. rachel: have you been to the holy land? will: we were just talking about
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i haven't have you lawrence? lawrence: no i haven't. it's going to be important to bring the stories to life. i want to bring your attention back to the almighty of the president of the united states and south korea. he has this to say about our electric future, take a look. >> we are being part of this trans formative automobile sector and accelerating us on the road we are going to be handling for the united states electric future new facility should be rolling out the latest electric vehicles and batteries to power them by 2025. batteries that were made at this new facility in georgia are going to power cars without one drop of gasoline and increased security for the battery supply chain as well per that's going to save families money at the pump because it can skip the pump altogether. >> i got some bad news for your brother, last year it today it
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is $4.59 gas price. >> incredible. you guys explained so well the reality of what life is in america right now with its inflation, gas prices, quality of life. women present overseas dog but electric cars. fundamentally unserious fundamentally disconnected not only from the lives of americans are living with the security threats around the grow. this trip was meant to send a signal to the communist chinese who have their own ambitions to look at what happened in afghanistan and look at what happened in ukraine what vater putin are licking their chops with taiwan and we have a president mumbling on foreign soil and south korea on electric cards in three years as if that's going to solve the problem. talking to people here in jerusalem just this morning we are touring the city of david which was beautiful excavation will be part of the series as well.
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if rallies don't blame her words and our actions if they don't have belief in the united states of america the world does not have leadership. at the stark difference year end half later our allies who feel like america is completely adrift and lost its following like climate change as a new compass or open borders as the new compass or electric vehicles of the future to fundamentally unserious guys. when you come to serious places are you are and south korea are you storing of the communist chinese are done with vladimir putin or in my iranian bomb, we need serious people that is not the biden administration is right now. no surprises doctor electric cars. what else is he going to talk about what it pertains to the disaster that's at home and the or sing abroad right now. >> that is such a great point, pete here he is in south korea and the thing he wants to talk about is the climate change
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chinese are listening they are going great they're going to talk about climate working to get ready taking over the world. while interesting. thirty-six pete you're recording a fox asian special valley of another going up as we speak it's on fox nation america's top ranger 2022 wash we be looking for here man? works that's the real reason we are onto the got a fox right now you are going to see america's best military competitions called the best ranger competition we call america's ranger it's a three-day 72 hour over 60 miles dozens of events a grueling contest i got exhausted watching done at fort benning it's army rangers and here's what is cool about it we do it sportscenter style or fox sports, fox sports or one cell at the desk talking all the different teams, breaking down who is ahead, who is behind with their strategies are pretty it to meet these kind of for the ranger battalion for the hundred first airborne from the 80 seconds. the got amazing backgrounds they
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are athletes there world-class amazing athletes simulating combat conditions right don't we have a clip to play but if we do, guys, take it away to show it because i think it's going to give our viewers a feel of america's top ranger. >> welcome to fort benning georgia were every ear u.s. army units and allied forces send their very best to compete in the longest running military contest in the united states 102 soldiers in battle it out. performing grueling physical and mental tasks that simulate battlefield conditions. until each member of one two-person team will be able to call themselves america's top ranger. here's the cool part came down to the last race guys the last
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two teams down to the very last three mountain buddy run after they haven't eaten, they haven't slept and they have done more in three days than we do in three months. it's really, really colton honor to be there went to thank the ranger battalion everyone that made it happen. i think the viewers at fox nation will love this. it's like holy land content is patriotic content it is like military content going to see nowhere else. >> you know what, peter think we should create our own america's head-to-head when we can. when oil is back and doing better. rex is will claiming a back injury now? i'm feeling good is just replaying a young guy on the couch. he's calling us old. >> i'm with you on that, will. >> issue mentioned we are in
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charlotte next week at the coca-cola 600 live from charlotte fox and friends weekend we will be there at some of those top ranger's were just referencing, pete will be there. the three of us we are excited about that. i want you to know while you are away, trains are running on time here. i want to show we are ordering our breakfast, rachel's doing what she does every week and just nailing the breakfast order. [laughter] we have a iced coffee this morning. [laughter] somehow we ended up with iced coffee. >> i was a problem, i was a problem all this time. well done lawrence. [laughter] exit looks amazing hopefully can lobby for all the cigar exposures into will has never been to the holy land. in case they don't let us go out we definitely have the fox nation series we can go too. >> the one think we are going to do is go out on the sea of galilee in a boat like jesus did
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with the disciples we did that on the series in the middle of the sea of galilee again thanks to fox nation 37 thank you pete we miss you come back. we are going to turn out your headline one woman dies 15 of us are hospice of the brooklyn half marathon official said the runner collapse after crossing the finish line he was pronounced dead at the hospital. writers were competing in the 13.1-mile race under heat advisors extreme temperatures hit the east coast. it is unclear if the heat was a factor in that runner's death. 78000 pounds of baby formula from overseas to set to arrive in indiana at about three hours per debit ceo of the plant was shut down earlier this year leading to the shortage is now apologizing for the crisis in a "washington post" op-ed he
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writes quote we are sorry to every family we have let down since our voluntary recall exacerbated our nation's baby formula shortage. this all as the ink dries on president biden's signature of the access to baby formula act which aims to provide more formula to struggling families. and like father like a retired marine and army veteran graduating alongside his daughter from the same school on the same day in virginia paid the two completing studies at community college. marvin fletcher tillich fox digital news his daughter is still in high school but got a certificate in emergency medical services. learn his in applied science in management says the moment was totally unplanned but full of overwhelming pride. calling it something they will never forget. something you may not know about me, when i was a sophomore in college, i found out is going to
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arizona state university i found out that my mom has registered as a freshman at arizona state university. i was mortified at the time. your mom is on campus she was she went to school, should come to the door unannounced. [laughter] we took a class together. i just wish i would've had the wisdom back then and the maturity to really appreciate how great it was. >> he made a movie about that. rachel: that was not my experience. question of that movie with rodney dangerfield. rachel: is another with melissa mccarthy which is a little racier. [laughter] that was a good one. so you end up graduating together? rachel: we graduated a year apart. >> did she go to the parties with you? rachel: i should've drugged me out by my ears that did not
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midterm election season is in. swing through georgia and arkansas or get rid of hud to the polls account continues in pennsylvania to determine if there is a winner or a recount for the gop senate primary. alexander hoffman joins us live from pittsburgh with the latest. >> you were out here last week to talking to voters. we knew this was going to be close. in fact the election officials in allegheny county told me they had not experienced a closer election in their careers. right now less 1100 votes statewide separate doctor oz of businessman david mccormick for that is less than .1% margin. unless absentee votes counted this week or disputed mail in
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the ballots bring this spread up to half a% of lead for either candidate that mandatory recount would almost certainly be triggered. won't know the results and arkansas and texas head to the polls for the respective primaries trump back to david produced struggling to make any over incumbent brian cap. texas a former president influence is faring better. paxton who is heading into tuesday runoff election. it's been out funders by challenger george. promises to be a force. >> biden administration has created a magnet policy making estimated $10 million a day of moving people and fenton will cross the border.
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these primary races it's expected to be competitive come the general a big selling point for candidates is hey, i am the one who can win for the art and was help his republican candidates do that it's an interesting note republican national committee out funders the dnc by $1.3 million, lawrence. >> the turnout has been high as well paired alexander thank you so much. sweet i'll be talking to primary voters live at sally mae kitchen in georgia tuesday. please come i would love to talk with you. all right, welcome to miami. miami mayor pushing to bring a big tech to south beach with companies like apple, microsoft and cisco could elon musk be next? the mayor himself joins me right now, mayor and thanks so much for coming on the program. so, what is the pitch? >> the pitch is you want to move to the city with the lowest
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taxes, lowest crime white, best quality of life that embraces success. cities across america are pushing out -- new york pushed out amazon not too long ago in san francisco pushed out elon musk. we are a city that is a fundamentally pro- free market. we believe the american dream is one where people can do whatever it is they want to do and be successful. that is not something you should be ashamed of it. that is not something you should run from or hide from. huts which made miami so unique. we have brought so much capitol to scale and grow companies here. we just think elon's acquisition of twitter would be a perfect, perfect icing on the cake if he were to move it to miami. miami is the freest city in america and most successful city in america hembree twitter here in revolutionizing the twitter to make a better platform is
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something that would dovetail nicely with miami. lawrence: guess of already seen these companies come to my home state of texas. have you heard anything from mr? >> you know we have a lot of friends in common. i have run into him and talk to him a few times particularly the company which is another one of his companies we are working with to do intercity nicole saphier and intra- city transit. we have been focusing on that. put out some feelers on this we are hoping to hear back at some point soon. lawrence: mr. mayor is a something or doing by yourself? are you partnering with your government or ron desantis as well? obviously the city can offer some incentives. a lot of these folks move to these places there's no state taxes as well, right? quickset is absolute true. the state and the city have to have a certain level of partnership. it is hard for example for the mayor of new york to attract
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people to new york because the state has a 13% income tax. if you are in the highest tax bracket and you live in new york you are paying literally, this is crazy more than 50% of your income in taxes that means the government isn't just a partner the government is your boss. it is a bordering socialism and that is not a system is going to work. lawrence: it's so true mayor that's why left new york for after the show i'm going right back on a plane and head back to the free state of texas by thank you so much for coming on the program sir, i love miami. >> with w-2. lawrence: find out when nancy pelosi's hometown archbishop is banning her from receiving communion. people are busted in a human trafficking scheme as a 15 year old girl vanishes from a mavericks game in dallas with her father. nancy grace is next on that. oh, man.
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will: for an appalling and shocking story, eight people have been busted in the human trafficking scheme after 15-year-old girl vanish from a dallas mavericks game. she was attending with her father. lisa found her in a hotel in oklahoma city ten days later. those arrested are facing charges for human trafficking with distribution of child pornography and more, here to react his fox nation host nancy grace. nancy, i am blown away. you are a little less surprised than i am but no less outraged at the she goes to the bathroom, nancy she never comes back at the game. >> i am so mad i could chew a nail in half. first of all, nobody helped the parents and the dallas tv should be ashamed a nonprofit organization, the texas counter trafficking initiative had to find this girl. the dad takes his daughter the
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age of my daughter. my little girl is about to turn 15, daddy and daughter to a mavericks game. the at the american airlines center stadium. she wants to go to the bath and she said fine, she didn't come back he goes and looks for immediately tells the stadium, he calls the police, guess what they tell him, they can't do anything because she is probably a runaway. now, i made up a full list of why she is not a runaway. she left without a bag, close, ipad, makeup, what teen would do that? a plant so clever she eluded her father at a mavericks game? no friends or classmates view of the runaway? she was seen being taken out by grown men, that nobody recognized. this teen girl with a couple of grown men? she had never run away. no disciplinary problems in the
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nude pictures of naked photos of this little girl show up on a prostitution website. if it had not been counter trafficking initiative she would still be, being beaten and raped right now. she was found in an extended stay that also turned a blind eye they knew what was going on. with a registered offender. now eight people, may they all rot have been arrested. six you do not need help nancy i would help you ensuring that nail and half i'm so angry. i'm also shocked and you are at less shocked. i would never guess i have a 15-year-old son we are mavericks fans by the way if he said to many turn to the bathroom i be like go on ahead. i never would have guessed this was a risk out there and as parents are watching do we need to be more aware of these crowded stadium environments and things like this happening? >> let me tell you we're going to the ladies bathroom at a
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stadium like this one, it is packed. there are long lines their lines at the sink, lines at the commode you can hardly get in there. and with that many people milling around it is easy for two grown men, convicted felons, to grab her by the arms and take her out. can i tell you how tired my twins are of me followed going into the bathroom with them question what the reason i'm not surprised as i've covered so many cases were teens and children go up missing at events, stadiums, games, concerts, football games, high school football games, you name it they are gone. and many of them never come back. think about i know you don't want to, for this little girl went through for 11 days at the hands of these people you are showing right now. how many times was she beaten and raped? how will she ever get over it? she is just the tip of the iceberg for quickset tip of the iceberg is as terrifying as the
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rest of the story is appalling i am with you nancy does the city i live in dallas pd should be hanging their heads and shane at a minimum right people need to know about this risking about the story. nancy thank you for a very appropriate outrage morning and this information. still ahead, baby formula is in route to the u.s. but could there be a better fix to the shortage? doctor nicole saphier here with her prescription next. plus we are gearing up for the hotter months with a summer camp live on fox square.
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>> will rachel, the formula shortage has the monopoly on formant with their own country. it has also highlighted the self-induced frailties that we have in our country from underutilization of breast-feeding. it is science it breast-feeding is better for baby and mother yet within the first few days of life only about one and five children will have formula. less than half at three months old or even exclusively breast-fed. and yet as you said there are some women who cannot breast-feed and they should not feel shamed. they should not feel their printed attrition of their child below them because it's just a physiological truth they can't breast-feed. but the issue we have in this country that more women are choosing not to breast-feed. let's talk about the y amount. i breast-fed my chill for 12 months age it is not easy. there's a lot of challenges that i did i was in school, when i was working there so many challenges in it that we could speak too. these challenges do need to be considered when making that
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decision to breast-feed. but unfortunately were having declining rates of breast-feeding we can't talk about why just like we can't talk about obesity and medical illness in this country. you have the small local extreme that says by saying a breast-feeding is a better you are being insensitive to those who don't want to or are unable too. but that is not true. ultimately breast milk is better than formula for the child. and breast-feeding is better for mother and child, we as a medical community need to be able to have those conversations with our patients. rachel: it's so true help political correctness has affected medicine and science were the first people to the connection between covid in obesity people said you're being insensitive and you are fat shaming people. let's talk about what can the government do to increase the number of women who are willing, as you said take the difficult step of breast-feeding. obviously information is one of them. what else can they do? >> of artist in this the cdc and search while has made a call to
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action to try to increase breast-feeding rates in the united states. we have seen a small increase in it but more needs to be done for it first of you have about 25% of working mothers actually go back to work within 25 days of their child being born. it's very difficult to women to go back to work, to breast-feed we can all attest to this or have to be accommodations in the workplace. also going out to restaurants and social events we have to take away the stigma of breast-feeding. make sure their places for women to go breast-feed these babies to encourage them and allow them the opportunity to breast-feed because it's good for them and it's good for their children. >> is a role for the government there's a role from our culture to embrace motherhood truly embrace motherhood and truly embrace what it takes to feed a baby with the breast milk. i agree i have a story want to share. member the first time i breast-fed all of my babies the last one had to formula as well she had downs and struggles. i member going to a restaurant i was struggling, i couldn't do it
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i went to the bathroom and again, no chairs nothing to accommodate nursing moms. this woman saw machines washing her hands she pulled up a chair, she went outside, got a chair but she help me settle in. you can do a lot individually as well to support a breast-feeding mom. and we should be doing that. there is no shame in telling the truth that breast is best but also not shaming those who can't because there are reasons people can't. >> pharma is a good alternative for those who cannot we have to encourage women to breast-feed if they are able too. rachel: i love doctor nicole saphier for so many reasons this bravery on this issue willing to take those arrows from a small minority of people good for you for talking about it. >> thanks much for having me on. rachel: one thing real quick one to say happy birthday to somebody. >> today is my mother's birthday so happy birthday mom i love you, i couldn't do anything i've ever done in my life without you. happy birthday wish i were with
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you. rachel: happy birthday to herbert all of you support a nursing mom today. you two. [laughter] will: argent. will: turning out to the headlands kids in your city schools are learning their aoc in said there of their abcs. contrary to children's book which slams religion pops up left wing socialist politicians landing on library shelves in the big apple. listen to the author describe it. >> the child wants to know even if mitch mcconnell is invited to love and be loved considering. and jesus christ says yes. even hammett. >> the picture book but you don't know a story of liberated childhood centers on a gay black child looking to fit in in school and church while looking for a quote clear friend. elon musk twitter to covid fits at a standstill. musk reporting to a tweet about the status of negotiations" they still refused to explain how
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they calculate the 5% of daily users are fake. very suspicious. musk also tweeting my worry twitter has a disincentive to reduce spam because it reduces perceived daily use. and put down the peanut butter. jeff issuing him voluntary recall of possible salmonella contamination for the fda says 14 people across 12 states have reported getting sick. two of those people having to go to the hospital. the recall affects it shift creamy peanut butter, crunchy peanut butter to go packs of peanut butter and more. i met crunchy over creamy peanut butter guy. in case you want to know that pioneering city mayor eric adams is reportedly eyeing a white house run in 2024, how about that? a source on your post thanks the national parties gone too far left. he thanks he is a platform to win. especially if he can solve the crime crisis in his city.
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but, he reportedly will only before to president biden does not seek a second term. adams denies any plans to run. and those are your headlines. buster chief meteorologist for fox weather for while for casper. >> also crunchy crunchy all the way. ember linked to risk that 14 people comment ruling to risk those odds i can have it. the site but the weather out there right now. we have got storms cutting right across a central part of the country break take a look at that blue of course colorado still snow falling up to about a foot of snow in areas just outside of the denver area a couple feet of snow may is actually pretty snowy month across the front razor down across the south to see storms fire across the southeast that is a front of the southern end of this front that continues to pull off towards the east today we will see more storms firing through there. same goes to the northeast a warm sticky morning throughout the afternoon. lucy a line of stores moved through the public would be severe special see the red potentially alternate or
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[laughter] good morning i am lawrence of jones. rachel: did you like a little jack and diane? will: it's okay. it's another generation. will: no, no, no it's americana. as if it is not generation according to willits americana. do not get to where this any more. [laughter] will: or some piece of american culture that transcends generations for if you're talking about lettered scattered or mellencamp you are talking with things that generations are not as you tell me boyson's greatest hits i'm asking about leonard skynyrd and mellencamp. fate that is not my side i'll upload the playlist we are just on fox square at the summer around the corner we have faith based summer camp for kids on the square. it was great, will finally beat me at something. this was the first time, first side of all the competitions we have done.
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should give you a trophy? [laughter] thirty-seven what a great idea to send your kids are faith-based to cap pay for going to send them to camps and to faith-based one. state we often complain or highlight stories with her's bias, abuse, anti- sediment in the schools and programs but here's a healthy alternative to that. will: let's get into news i'll start the 70000 pounds of baby formula from overseas, now set the touchdown in indiana this morning. rachel: it comes as a inca still drying on president biden signature of the access to baby formula act. >> they have to fly that to south korea. lucas and thompson joins us live from washington. >> good morning guys about two hours now the first of u.s. cargo plane is expected to land in indianapolis carrying 78000 pounds of formula to fill half a million baby bottles for
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context about 4 million babies are born in the u.s. each year it's the first time in history the u.s. military launching emergency vessel missions like this to rush critical nutrition to millions of hungry american babies. some are calling this disaster relief here at home. normally the military flies aid like this to countries devastated by war, famine or national disasters per that it has a timeline at 10:50 a.m. the first bytes expected to arrive. at 12:50 p.m. paltz of baby for begin offloading just in time for lunch with us hungry babies u.s. equity of agriculture tom vilsack will be on the ramp when those pellets are offloaded. in the "washington post" ceo of one of those companies, abbott his plant was shut down leading to the shortage issued an apology and pledge to take the following steps. to establish a $5 million fund to help families with hospitalized children, ship millions of cans of baby formula from fda approved facility in ireland and restart his michigan facility by the first week in june. but it will take six -- eight weeks before formula is
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available it could be as late as august the baby formant makers are expected to testify here in washington before congress later this week, will, rachel, lawrence. rachel: i sent him to apologize but the ceo of abbott good for him to apologize but there is a government role in this too. maybe some other people should follow as well. will: abide ministration vowing to block title 42 tomorrow. spitting with the order soon place for no illegal crossings remain at a historical level with the numbers obtained by fox news are given more than 1000 across the board in 24 hours in one sector alone. only 23 of them being expelled under title 42. >> x-ray took it stripped down to eagle pass texas comments you guys' home state to talk to law enforcement leaders and also some migrants and i want to show you what i saw, take a look. >> we are getting ready to take
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on picking us up over the rio grande. which we have right here? practice is a group of 130 that just came across they were spied by border patrol agents. this prop to go across the rangers off the line it exposes more gaps around the border. >> lieutenant what we see here this is a makeshift camp at tent city? >> yes this is developed to this sector. as you can see there, we can see around some type of structure goes to show you for this particular purpose they believe having these barriers is a priority are vital to what they're doing here. yet we don't see that along the border where it is needed. rachel: why would look at right here? >> this is the previous order being constructed we know the
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border wall was canceled by the federal government that is our panels that could be used in the border wall. >> after getting a birds eye view lieutenant took me too get a closer look at the border crisis from the front lines right next to the rio grande. >> this is an area we have seen increased activity see all the different clothing has been discarded, she was come personal items requested to someone's personal property right here? practices private property this is barber put up by the state to try to of course stop some of the crossings that were taking place. you see what they're doing now is some of the wet clothing the user to push down on the barbed wire that allows them to cross over per this is a federal government's job is to secure the border paris of the state of texas having to bear the burden by providing all the state resources, troopers, national guardsmen, putting up fencing this is all taxpayer money this is state funded operation and it should not be that way the federal government this is their responsibility is to safeguard the americans and safeguard the border and secure it.
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>> who controls this area? honestly as of the cartel? >> the cartels using the messaging the border is open to encourage these migrants to make this journey. every person that crosses that river were a bit of a child, a woman, family they pay a fee to the cartel progress i spoke to some cubans this morning. each one of them spent about $12000 to the coyotes to get to this point right here where the being arrested regrets we just saw a group of illegal migrants cross over here. >> the only people of any benefit where he comes from as if they work for the government in nicaragua. rachel: 's are talking to them and give them an interview and the border patrol came and said there might custody you can't talk to media anymore it's an example of the federal government does not want us and i was going on. i was shocked by the lack of
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transparency do not blame border patrol because that's a good question for the federal government to answer that. this affects everybody this affects the state of texas, every state is now border stay because of this crisis. >> probably one of the saddest things i have seen is a children that are coming across a little lifejacket right there obviously a child's life jacket. they are making this journey with kids. >> is much more than immigration's national security also have got to take into account the children that are coming across and how they're being victimized not only the criminal organizations but to make the journey to the united states where they end up? looks about 60 miles array we are standing for the unaccompanied minors migrant facility for the entire del rio sector. not even the mayor is allowed to see what goes on inside. cooksville local churches and different things going out with close, formula, food for the kids and they're trying to bring it, were not allowed. this is the most non- transparent government i've ever seen in my life.
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you see the rio grande valley whatever it got this great on trials of law enforcement people follow him wherever he goes. go see on a ranch 2 miles for the border parts of the common ordinary american citizen has to deal with because of your lack of ability to take care of the border. right i've got families in our community will melt the kids play outside us where the parents is out there with a gun. >> with a gun? wes with a gun you don't know it's coming by. rachel: you just cannot handle this amount of it illegal immigration coming through? >> we can't they pull most were agents to go to process them they don't plan to send these people back they plan to process them as quickly as they can and release them. they are not staying there passing through so they are going to your community they are going to your big cities they're going to the east coast. to the west coast in mid america. sweet rachel is an excellent package really highlights the issues that we are facing at the border. i always hear from the audience they say it lawrence, why aren't
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they running? people are just turning themselves in, these people understand they can stay under title 42 the family units, the women and children they are allowed to state or if the men are with those family units they are allowed to stay it's the males that will be deported under title 42 that is why you see them running you do not see these people at the border running. >> i saw people who weren't running who were single adults i don't know what heck is going on there. no one told them turn back. go back you can't come it is a literally there is no border protection what they are doing is just processing people per the entire operation from the perspective i saw when i was there in eagle pass was that it was entirely about processing with the border patrol's worried about how do we process them quicker, get them out of here. it talked about the lack of transparency that was another take away for me the whole
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system is set up so we see as little as possible of what is going on i want to really quick think lieutenant from dps in texas, texas is leading the american people know was going on the feds are not i do not blame the border patrol they are under very strict orders. a couple of them i spoke with them they said hey lady we like you, we would tell you under our breath we like what you're doing but you do not pay my bills. so they understand they're going to lose their jobs if they inform the public of what is going on. one less thing i want to mention to you is mayor mclaughlin told me probably can't get into that facility, he knows from the local hospitals at ten, 11, 12, 13-year-old girls having babies. we know there is trafficking at all kinds of bad stuff coming across with the children that are as you said the path to get in. but horrible, horrible things are happening in america release wake up to it. thirty-six thank you with that
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very good package this morning from inflation, to the border to the gas prices everything feels like a constant state of turmoil that's all by design, watch for. >> thoughts of the democratic party stands for a constant state of turmoil. do they support any of our institutions? if so which one and how did they support them? do they support our sovereignty? we have defined borders? no. two they support the definition of citizenship? no. do they support the idea of free-market capitalism which has greater wealth for more people than any other system on the face of the earth? no. they tells when they spend like a drunken marxist that is not going to cause the more they spend the more they will reduce inflation. when they have to bang your head and swelled to come with that kind of conclusion. six that was marked on unfiltered brick constant state of turmoil let's get to this it
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is shocking started talk about this again yesterday. it seems like something we should be talking about tomorrow and the days after. where is the supreme court leaker? it has been three weeks and see draft opinion was leaked out to the public. if not you would not think a complicated investigation. a limited number of people that would have access to this opinion. a limited pool of potential suspects and yet we know nothing. lawrence: it seems like there is no pressure from the people that campaign on protecting our institutions and wheat returning to some normalcy. anarchy has ensued as a result of that. they are protesting a supreme court justice houses which is illegal by the way because are trying to alter a decision, protest is meant to sway opinion you cannot sway the court especially a court that has a lifetime of appointments. but the attorney general who is
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a former federal judge by the way does not seem to be willing to get to the bottom of who that leaker was. rachel: abs of the d.o.j. is absent hear the truth about the supreme court justices, where are they? i was expecting a letter immediately after this leak came out from all of them are rallying around and saying we, as a group as a nine supreme court justices we condemn this speaker and working towards this. the fact that we haven't gotten a letter like that what does that tell you, will? will: it makes me worried we will never find out. it makes me worried. i think what you are alluding too. rachel: was sick clearly it could be one of the justices. will: it has to be on the table. as a former clerk to justice clarence thomas brought this up in a conversation earlier this cannot be swept under the rug, listen. >> a very small universe of people that would've had access
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to this draft ready think and be relatively easily all work in the supreme court building let's figure this out. it's possible chief justice ngo simply hasn't released it yet. i was a the biggest in value of learning is to make sure that person's name is release they are immediately tasty consequences of that action whether it means losing a job at the supreme court potentially being disbarred, all of these things are going to be so important to make it clear this is not something that can continue, to really protect the institution of the court i think find the person quickly, please so we know we can have closure for this. rachel: it feels like there must be dissension there must be dissension on the topic between the judges themselves a lot of mistrust. because again, why haven't they come out as a unified voice? lawrence: one thing that hasn't been talked about is the leak itself but that was a federal document that was given to the press. it is the property of the taxpayers. they usurped that process but
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that should be legal action as well per that was taken out of a court and given to a member of the press but i understand the way the constitution works i have sources where i get documents when it comes to things when it comes to arrest records for my police sources you can't go after the press for that but definitely the leaker themselves as should be an easy fix. as you alluded to, well, only so many people who had contact with that document. rachel: to think they are really trying to stall the process? what do you think you think they are stalling this whole thing and hoping the news cycle moves on and we forget about this? >> you become somewhat cynical when you see with the press it pays attention to and does not pay attention to but i cannot imagine this one just goes away. there are some reports tomorrow could be as soon as tomorrow get the full opinion on it wrote the way the draft opinion will see is the actual pain that's published tomorrow. even if that is issued we still cannot over look.
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lawrence: that is almost the point of the moment the actual decision goes out, this goes away for. >> one 100% will stop looking for the leaker. quickset is exactly right. a lot of people expecting if that decision comes out and if the leaked document is indeed the decision, people bracing for violence on the part of the pro- abortion side. something to look out for in the week to come. will: renters judicial headlines will start of the play signify the runner who died after collapsing the finish line at a brooklyn half marathon. officials say he was a 32-year-old brooklyn local pronounced dead at the hospital. fifteen others were hospitalized with unspecified injuries. runners were competing in the 13.1-mile event under a heat advisory and extreme temperatures hit the east coast. it is unclear if you heat it was a factor in the runner's death. the air force academy decides the three cadets to refuse covered vaccine will be allowed to graduate but they will not be
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inducted into the force or walk in a graduation ceremony. the academy says cadets may also be forced to reimburse the united states thousands of dollars in tuition since they will not be allowed to serve it. a fourth cadet who originally refused the job, then opted to get the vaccine, will not graduate it will be allowed to become an air force officer. in the usfl birmingham stallions continued their winning streak defeating the michigan panthers. team scoring 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter winning 33 -- 17. ~ for stars with the tampa bay bandits 35 -- 28 win for the action continues today on fox with the pittsburgh taking on the new orleans breakers at noon plus houston gamblers looking for their second win of the season against the new jersey generals at 4:00 p.m. and those are your headlines. lawrence: so well, have you have found a team to root for question or can we have the dallas cowboys order the
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equivalent? >> new jersey generals i think the houston gamblers unit because texas you know how it is. if it exactly as sky to same for me. will: so i don't know i made a pitch for a franchise. cracks in dallas questioned. >> co-owners? >> i would do that with you. [applause] you heard it. will: i don't know i could put that to the people. i could ask the people on that. lawrence: i like this amicus wing of the commissioner. donald trump once his reputation back as a durham probe exposes hillary clinton 2016 smear campaign. kellyanne conway asked with the former president called the greatest political scandals in history, next requests that's right and guess what it is 5:00 o'clock somewhere we are celebrating national with some tequila on fox square, i love a paloma.
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will: for president donald trump responding to the revelation of the probe is hillary clinton
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knew about the unvented allegations against him. trump tells fox news quote this over the greatest political scandals in history for three years i had to fight her off and fight those crooked people off. where do i get my reputation back? former counselor to president trump kellyanne conway the author of a new book, here's the deal and she joins us now. >> good morning. we were inside while this was all going on. it is note revelation to someone who is inside honestly it's no revelation to most but caught up on the story but for many people the silt do not know this is going on. michael sussman is on trial and witnesses just implicated hillary clinton it was all made up the russia, russia, russia store was all made up. >> yes is very timely boat for my book to come out. collusion, illusion, delusion. i did get through this in great detail, why? because it was happening during the campaign in 2016 and it was
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still happening after president trump was inaugurated. for all the people out there saying can't we all get along? can't we unified question if you had hillary clinton attorney still trying to discredit donald trump after he was our 45th president. so that americans would look at him and never think he was a legitimate president. they wasted tens and tens of millions of dollars in taxpayer money. young people have been on the campaign and then the white house had to lawyer up, or ask questions is terrifying for them. let's break this up for people very easily the 2016 hillary campaign had no faith in their candidate. they had to cut corners, cheat, lie she called all of you, watching today, irredeemable and deplorable. and hiding in plain sight was a strategy to discredit donald trump because some alphabetic sending out marketing messages it looks like by way of this trial. one thing that somehow donald trump was a russian asset. but it wasn't just was going on
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in the campaign you had members of congress saying this about donald trump in the mueller investigation. robert mueller himself has come forward with the report, no votes were changed in any fundamental way to tip the balance of 2016. i found this remarkable and robby mook hillary's campaign manager mike and penny he testified under oath this was in a courtroom on the record under oath compass is not a twitter argument this is not a conspiracy he testifies they had no faith in the fbi because of jim call me instead of going and bringing this information to the fbi they decided to give it to near times reported because they know the auxiliary the national media are going to do their bidding and dig through here. so donald trump is right it's not just reputation, america it is your tax dollars but every time i was on tv sheraton the president would try to announce an initiative, what did we get, well?
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constant incessant questions about russia collusion, russia collusion but it was all a hoax and it did not change but i'm so glad i didn't ruin people's faith in democracy see record turnout by republicans in these midterm so far. will: you mention your records it all comes out on tuesday britt comes for much of my career the proverbial glass ceiling see more like plexiglas my hardhead head banged against it again and again. now i become the first woman to manage a winning presidential campaign breaking through a true glass ceiling, a barrier that had stowed it since the dawn of modern american politics it was donald trump who placed me there. telling more about the book that comes out on tuesday britt and by the way your special which airs on fox news channel at 10:00 p.m. tonight. hugs and very grateful very humbled fox news show do a special most about my life the story behind the story. the excerpt you picked out is very important. republicans and.
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[inaudible] most women in the workplace certainly working mom had to elbow my way in and just work hard. it was donald trump who did something different than romney, any of the bushes and john mccain, pick a card, and a card pick a candidate any cat he was different and he wanted something different. and it will, in the first few pages when donald trump is asking me too be as campaign manager in august of 2016 i asked him interpret three things to them immediately. i don't think there were genus insights on my part i thought they're pretty fundamental. it was he who is willing to do it. with electro because electability pretends and if you college is how you do it we did it and together with a great team a small team he made history. and i think fundamentally changed what people expect from presidential candidates and presidencies. transparent information, donald trump democratized information for everyone, instant president
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is note communications you see what would've happened if crooked hillary had been presidents of god had his way the electorate turn things around in the right way and donald trump produced amazing accomplishments for this country. thirty-six here's the deal on tuesday and pick up your copy of the book and tonight at 10:00 p.m. on the fox news channel you can see the story. kellyanne conway great to talk with you this morning thank you. straightahead nancy pelosi banned from community her pro- abortion policies. remus is a speaker's hometown archbishop had no choice and he is next.
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>> rachel, good morning this weekend russia banned hundreds of americans from entering the country as a war in ukraine rages on. vice president kamala harris, secretary of defense austin, hunter biden, hillary clinton face book about it mark zuckerberg the mood was in response i have a western sanctions of disrupting the russian economy in the wake of the invasion into ukraine. here at eastern ukraine the death toll is a mounting ukrainian president zelenskyy is urging officials in moscow to take back their dead soldiers saying quote when the war started they used to pretend there were no corpses but the un and the red cross said take these await mountains of corpses of their military. russian troops have been pushed back slowly from the city of kharkiv the work continues forgot to take a look at some the russian positions nearby. as russian forces advanced on kharkiv they set up different positions and tree lines outside of the city though ukrainian artillery units targeted at these tanks and military
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vehicles, and the distance you can still hear fierce battles raging on the ukrainians trying to defend their second-largest city. the conflict is to bring to light new concerns about food insecurity around the globe or experts where the world has about ten weeks left of stable wheat supply before new crisis develops per ukraine is the world's fifth largest exporter of wheat and numerous countries will be without their main supplier since wheat exports of ukraine has reduced by 60%. it was not just food that is affected by the russians have gas exports to finland as a country looks at droid nato here in kharkiv battles rage on, rachel. rachel: thank you très. in san francisco archbishop's bedding speaker nancy pelosi from receiving holy communion over her support for abortion. our judge bishop telling pelosi quote you are not to be admitted to holy communion until such a time as you publicly repudiate
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your advocacy for the legitimacy of abortion. here to react fox news contributor raymond. a welcome. let's get right to this point a lot of people do not understand how things work and the catholic church. so first of all the archbishop has been reaching out to pelosi for quite a while, correct? >> yes ten years. they have been a dialect for ten years they even met in person on a few occasions. but recently pelosi has a double down on her advocacy of abortion wanting to enshrine in law. the bishop has been trying to reach out to her there has been no communication. so he just publicly issued what she already knows she should not present herself to communion as a catholic, here is why. canon law, canon 915 locks she and any catholic into this position if one is obstinately persevering in manifest grave sin manifest meeting public sin, you are not to present yourself to communion.
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so all the bishop did here, all he did was alert his priests that nancy pelosi is not to receive communion paired this is a warning shot, rachel this is an act of mercy to nancy pelosi, putting her on notice that her soul is in jeopardy. now, people privately it may be living sinful lives and we are all sinners at different levels. but when you are public about it at in this case nancy pelosi saying i can be a devout catholic and hold this view that is opposed to human life and the teaching of my church, that is a problem. the bishop is saying no you can't. you have got to live consistently the life you are claiming here as a catholic. i often tell my own children communion is not the whopper. you cannot have it your way. you have to have it the way the church prescribes in the way christ lays out. you make the choice to be in the club or not. rachel: you do not have to be the catholic replicates the archbishop of san francisco told the priest in that diocese they cannot give her communion.
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do you suspect or do you anticipate that all of those priests will follow that order? >> well, they will have to bury the archbishop is their boss for the other bishops across the country may or may not. he has laid the marker demos a lot of bishop supporting supporting outlook really quickly our bishop here, many years ago in new orleans he excommunicated people who were at segregation was they wanted to keep it black children out of the schools here. he excommunicated them. excommunication is far stronger than saying you can't come to communion. that cuts you off from salvation all the sacraments that is not what archbishop is doing here. he is calling nancy pelosi to repentance and or publicly repudiate her statements about abortion. rachel: is a cover her soul in his own he has a responsibility as a bishop. there is a lot going on here. by the way, interesting point you said if other bishops follow suit, joe biden campaigned as a catholic with rosary beads and all and he is now the head of
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the most radical pro- abortion administration u.s. history. we'll see where this goes, remits a great teacher input on this, have a great sunday. >> you too. rachel: president biden is overseas pushing for an all electric future but what does that say to americans here at home who are struggling to fill up their gas tanks question at right now we are going to ask maria bartiromo. we will sample a few versions of the tequila and fruit cocktail perfect for a hot day. ♪ the ergo smart base from tempur-pedic® responds to snoring- automatically. so no hiding under your pillow. or opting for the couch. your best sleep. all night. every night. for a limited time, save up to $500 on select tempur-pedic® adjustable mattress sets.
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the second leg of president biden's trip to asia is underway. biden arrived in japan earlier today after announcing his goal for a fully electric future while visiting south korea. >> good morning guys, president biden is just beginning the second stop of his asia swing and tokyo were traded partnerships are really in focus but is going to be announcing a new economic framework involving a long list of countries. were still waiting for those names. it is aimed at countering china, after the pandemic exposed fault
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lines that really were exposed because of consolidated supply chains there's been a push to bring manufacturing back home and also lean on new partnerships. before leaving south korea biden announced new pledge from sunday to launch electric vehicle battery plant in georgia in line with his administration employment goals. >> this is part of a trend with my administration were being part of this transformative auto bib built sector accelerating us on the road were we are going to be handling the united states all electric future. >> committed $5 billion for technology investment and five and a half a billion for the new factory expected to employ more than 8000 workers and produce 3000 cars a year starting in 2025. earlier in this trip he also visited a samsung factory that's a model for a plant coming to taylor, texas per the deeper purpose of the economic push is
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really security concerns a threat from north korea and aggression from china and japanese waters and also over taiwan has created anxiety among u.s. allies in this region. biden south korean president announced talks joint military exercises in the korean peninsula and here in japan the president's going to be announcing that a partnership that is widely seen as a counter to china with an open door policy inviting more countries to join in the future, back to you guys. lawrence: sunday morning future anchor maria bartiromo pay people cap pay for gas how are they going to pay for these electric vehicles? it doesn't make any sense. >> it is a great question, lauren spread my take on this issue can have a lot of a happy talk up and down the street about electric vehicles and say you want to counter china but it's actually the policy you are putting out there that matters. but we see this president doing is canceling the china
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initiative that was an initiative where we actually were seeing investigations and indictments from the constant and consistent theft of intellectual property. and now, this white house is debating removing the tariffs on some $360 billion worth of imports coming out of china. that is really the one policy everybody wants to know, what biden is going to do about. this is where the few things they want to love this president when joe biden walked into the oval office. and is remove these trump era tariffs on the imports coming out of china. and now they are having a serious discussion of doing just that. he can go to a should have lots of happy talk about electric vehicles but it is the actual policy coming out of the white house in washington that will dictate whether or not china is kept in check. and so far it is a big d and f in terms of that policy presented in a way that the china initiative waiting to see
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if he can does await the china tariffs that will be ultimate bending over for china that is with the ccp wants. we'll be talking but that this might have breaking news from senator tom cotton on china and its behavior. whether or not we are going to see a change in the real policy impact american citizens. you are right the price of an electric vehicle right now is only a dream for many people. they are getting -- their wages are getting sucked up by the price of gasoline right now. we're also talking about the biggest scandal in our history. that is of course the clinton campaign lies in the russia collision ally. we are going to talk or that with cash patel the former at dod chief of staff. he was the one with devin nunes who really blew up the story so many years ago. and of course it has such an incredible impact on our country. ruining lives and dividing the
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country incredibly. we'll talk with senator marshall was at the border right now. he is going to tell us about all of those thousands of people waiting to get in, their plans are in place regardless of what a federal judge says about title 42. is here to talk about the polls we are right here in the middle of primary and midterm season were going to talk about what the independents are thinking about part of got a big show that's ten minutes away will see you then. lawrence: buckle up is going to be a big show thank you maria. still ahead get your tequila out. we've got the perfect refreshing cocktail to sip it this summer. i am on my way guys.
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organic tequila it's what you make classic paloma's and then in mexico basically it is just blog coat tequila grapefruit soda for today or using. rachel: alive in the classic? >> i put my minute if you go to mexico he just got back from mexico they donate but the lime juice. estimate this is like ivanka cranberry it is a tequila and grapefruit soda. for seven i love it pickwick saturday has tequila in it. rachel: is another kind called the jalapeno that i'm going to was among the classic one first. were going to go with 2 ounces of the organic blanco. rachel: then i poured the sin?
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>> no, no, no. >> you so excited. then i'm going to squeeze so 2 ounces, half ounce, half lime is about a half ounce. going to squeeze that in there. as going as a squeezer a lot people don't have at home i'm trying to make this exactly how you would make it home. there you go. we're going to shake this right there. >> that's on our ground now. >> it's getting hot out here. what's hot here today. >> mike i'm not going to lie. [inaudible] rachel: got to do it quick. >> this is the tequila and the lime juice. okay we've got 30 seconds to do the muddled one. that's it grapefruit soda. there you go. that is great, lime straw you're good to go.
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now i'm going to model the jalapeno, metal real quick. and. >> beautiful progressives in the blanco? >> great idea michael. we are using a rep asada which is an aged. right here. alright michael thank you very much. >> my pleasure. [inaudible] visit us down there in brooklyn. ♪ (♪ ♪) (burke) a new car loses about ten percent of its value the minute you drive off the lot. or more. that's why farmers new car replacement pays to replace
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