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good morning. it is saturday, september 17th. i'm abby huntsman. and this is a fox news alert. police officers ambushed a gun toting mad man opening firing, shooting an officer nearly a dozen times. the breaking details just coming in. and then donald trump calls out hillary's hypocrisy on gun control. watch this. >> i think that her body guards should drop all weapons. they should disarm. >> so you get the point, don't you? the press doesn't. they call it an assassination attempt. it's unbelievable. we have got details. >> ain't no party like a clinton foundation party. what do you think went on behind the scenes at bill's birthday bash? we don't know because no cameras were allowed. "fox & friends" starts right
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now. ♪ ♪ [polka music] >> i have to say you guys know me well enough to know this is my favorite time of year. the bavarian dancers are out there. oktoberfest here in new york big celebration and parade is today that goes through central park. of course, it's the welcoming of fall. >> it doesn't matter what time it is. 6:01 on the east coast. we have germans pouring beer and wearing hose. >> abby huntsman, grit to see you this morning. and tucker carlson good to see. >> you clayton morris the father of three. you have a new daughter. and i'm sorry to embarrass you, maybe you didn't want to talk about it but i can't help myself.
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it's wonderful. >> you forget all the creams and the bottles and the diapers and that's just for me taking care of me and then you have got the stuff for the baby and all these other things. all this stuff has changed in four years. >> changing diapers, you forgot how fun that was. >> towels and wraps. technology advances in four years. >> we want to welcome eve morris, remember the name. she is going to be famous. >> thank you. >> we now take you down the road to the white house. donald trump embracing the label deplorable deplorables. >> garrett tenney good to see. >> you good to see you as well and clayton, congratulations. i attended a donald trump rally earlier in week in ohio and hillary clinton's basket of deplorables comment has become a badge of honor for donald trump supporters. that was the case and that was clear last night at a rally in miami as well when the candidate took a stage
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with a song from the broadway music less miserables broadcasting throughout the hall. take a listen ♪ >> after a rough week, the clinton campaign is now trying to reignite some controversy by saying that trump is, again, inciting his supporters to violence after trump was talking about the second amendment last night highlighting the hypocrisy of clinton wanting to take away people's guns when i will she is protected by armed body guards. >> i think that her body guards should drop all weapons. they should disarm, right? [cheers and applause] >> i think they should disarm immediately. what do you think? yes? yes. take their guns away. she doesn't want guns. let's see what happens to her. take their guns away. okay? it would be very dangerous. >> the clinton campaign
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responded much like it did last month after trump made similar comments saying in a statement donald trump has a pattern of inciting people to violence whether this is done to provoke protesters at a rally or casually or even as a joke, it is an unacceptable quality in anyone seeking the job of commander in chief. if you look at the latest poll numbers, there is good reason the clinton camp is doing everything it can to change the narrative from clinton's health and email scandals. after leading trump by 6 points two weeks ago she is barely ahead by a 1.5 in the real clear politics average. >> thanks, garrett. look at the media reaction to, this of course. now that the birther thing has moved on over the past few days it seems like the media jumping down. >> it's an assassination attempt in many of their words. >> look at the "new york times" quote. >> this is the lead donald trump wants to raise the specter of violence against hillary clinton suggesting friday the secret service agents who guard her voluntarily disarm to see what happens to her without
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their protection. >> and nbc said this one donald trump again alludes to violence against hillary clinton. npr as well donald trump second amendment rhetoric veers into threatening territory. >> we just heard the sound from garrett tenney. walk us through that, tucker. it sounds like she should experience what it is like what is like without protection of body guards. >> is he calling out her hypocrisy. here is someone who diversity and sends her daughter to the nation's most expensive school. lessons us about car upon foofootprints andly nos private. is he making the point she ought to live by the laws that she espouses for others. he was making a rhetorical point he wasn't threatening her life. they know that they are so dishonest the press, so panic they'd might win they are ignoring fairness which is a bad quality in journalists. >> maybe the response should have been on the facts hillary clinton has repeatedly said i don't intend to overturn the
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second amendment. when she is out at campaign events she says her stance on guns. despite what you hear at trump rallies here is how i feel. pneumonia break change the focus on her campaign. talking about children and families and not going after donald trump calling him a bigot and calling him these other things and elevating the rhetoric of the campaign that many think she needed to because of her poll numbers sagging. >> do you wonder if this is a sign of desperation. 52 days left until the election. >> got t got to be scared and ohio. >> ohio in one poll up 5 points. you wonder if this slipping out of her hands. monday campaign with a flu her campaign in one hour sent out 40 tweets in a row. you have think about hillary clinton she has been thinking about running for office or actually running for almost half of her life. she has the ground game. she has got the money. pretty much everything you need to run a presidential campaign. running against somebody who has never done this before. doesn't have the ground game
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like she has. look at the latest polls and now it's a dead heat. in some of the swing states he is up. got to be concerned. >> they are terrified and the press is terrified. that's what shocks me. she doesn't have a message and so she is losing my read. >> the press shouldn't be taking they decided trump is such a threat to them and to the country that nothing they can say about him cuffs as unfair. they are destroying their credibility. the "new york times" has been around for 165 years. and the past year it has become totally discredited because the people working there have decided that they are no longer journalists, they are surrogates for hillary. >> the clinton foundation. remember we were talking about that fall campaign event or that fall bash that they were going to hold for hundreds of thousands of dollars a plate and whether or not they were actually going to cancel it because it was right before the debates? no, it looks like it happened. birthday and big star-studded bash. >> and a lot of money to get
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in. >> you went to this. >> did i. it was wonderful. >> over at nbc. >> so you paid for the most expensive one. >> i had to pay 250 k. >> this is amazing to get in to be clear you were not there. $250,000 just to get a chair. that's a great chair. that better be a fantastic chair. >> they're also not announcing who these donors are. >> this is like -- i don't mean to laugh at it. this is the face of addiction. if you have ever known someone who has diabetes and keeps eating ice cream or alcoholic and keeps drinking beer. this is the clintons with fundraising. they know the public distrusts them because they won't disclose who is giving them money and buying access with it yet, 55 days before a presidential election, they continue to do it. why? they are not benefiting from this. because they can't help themselves. that's why. >> hillary clinton saying going to be the biggest asset throughout the campaign continues to be involved in headlines that have people scratching their heads. maybe it's better if he just doesn't speak out.
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>> does the foundation really need 55 days before the election? they need to be raising money for the clinton foundation? by the way, was a piece this weekend that said it the sum total of money actually given to charity by the clinton foundation less than 6%. less than 6%. all this money they are raising, it doesn't go to the poor. it goes to the employees and friends of the foundation. >> i do think it gives donald trump hooft material to focus on. his message is very different. is he going to be changing washington. he is going to be something different than we have seen. he has to focus on that and be careful not to get off script. as we said the polls are neck and neck. >> you can tell what's happening as hillary clinton is back from pneumonia break. they are baiting him. waiting for that filibuster again to change the headlines and have her poll numbers go back up again. >> yeah. >> can i say one thing? how many people wouldn't vote for trump if it weren't for the media? i know people are saying trump kind of makes me nervous but the press is so out of criminal i want it vote against them. i think there are people out
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there like that. >> we have headlines to get to this morning. we begin with a fox news alert four police officers shot down in the line of duty in two separate cities. philadelphia and fort worth. first, in philadelphia where sergeant sylvia young was shot at least 8 times while chasing a suspect. police say that suspect then shot four innocent people as well as another police officer named eddy miller. sergeant young and officer miller expected, though, to be okay. the suspect was shot dead. and in fort worth, texas, two officers responding to a suicide call were shot and returned fire, killing that suspect. both officers had surgery overnight and are expected to be okay as well. and terrifying moments on an amtrak train as a man with a gun pair cadz himself inside the bathroom. the train ordered to stop just outside los angeles. cleared more than 100 people off the train. police had to use tear gas to get the man into custody. luckily, no one was hurt. and donald trump and hillary clinton are the only two candidates facing off in the
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first presidential debate. libertarian gary johnson and green party nominee jill stein did not make the cut. they needed to pul poll at 15% or higher in five polls to qualify. johnson only averaging 8.4% and stein at 3.2%. johnson making headlines last week for asking what is aleppo. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo? >> about? >> aleppo. >> and what is aleppo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> well, the first debate is set for monday, september 26. and stunning images across the world of the lunar eclipse lighting up the night sky. the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox. the rare societying across the night. this is to from england. beautiful photo -- this was taken from alabama, actually. if you missed it, still have another chance to look it up
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this evening. if you miss it, you will have to wait another 8 years. >> i love the harvest moon. that's when i get all of my crops. >> i was in a plane coming in to jfk last night late night and that moonlit up the atlantic ocean. it woke me up. i couldn't sleep last night. >> that's because of the baby. sorry. >> one or the other. >> the moon? the baby? >> nypd officer attacked with a meat cleaver is back home. we have new details about his attacker. was he about to be deported? >> not soon enough, apparently. gives narrow path to win the white house. which could put him over the top november. we are mapping it out for you next. stay tuned for that. ♪ i got my game on ♪ put on my black silk shirt my armani suit
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welcome back, 52 days until the election. the race between donald trump and hillary clinton closer than ever. brand new fox news polls out this morning taking a different approach. now they are surveying likely voters instead of registered voters. are they more accurate? here to weigh in is real clear politics founder tom bevan. likely voters. i know it sounds like a dumb, obvious question. what exactly are likely voters? >> likely voters, it's a screen that pollsters put on their questionnaires to find out who is likely to vote. and they do that by, usually by asking you if you have voted in past elections. that's one of the biggest dermers of whether you are going to vote in this election. also ask people on a scale of 1 to 10 are you likely to vote and only people who answer a 9 or 10 are included in this likely voter screen. most pollsters are using this likely voter screen as we approach the final
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stretch of this race. in our real clear politics average 10 polls and 86 them are using likely voter screens. take. >> take a look at the poll with that margin of error it's a dead heat right now. the clinton camp has got to be worried about that. >> sure. i mean, we have seen this, the fox poll and a number of other polls confirm this that this race has tightened it is very close. certainly at the national level and some of these battleground states where trump has actually moved ahead in some of the latest polls. this race is close. very close at this point. >> yeah. even in a two-way race trump 46 nkt the clintons 45. take a look at the electoral map. the road map. people are saying donald trump has to pick up a number of the romney states including the ones that he should have probably locked up and pull off also a few of the obama states. where do you see him picking up the likely states here from president obama? >> so he has got about 10 states that were close in
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2012 that are considered the battlegrounds. in 2012 obama won 9 of the 10. this time around, obviously, he has to keep all of those -- all the states that romney won in 2012 and add the big three are florida, ohio, and pennsylvania. if trump could do that, he wins. he will get to 270. that's his cleanest path to getting to 270. but not necessarily the easiest path. he has moved ahead in florida and ohio. pennsylvania, still, his -- hillary clinton has a lead there of, you know, 3 points to 5 points in the latest round of polls. >> so, if he does not win pennsylvania but he does pick up florida and ohio, what's the path then? >> so he has got to make up those 20 electoral votes somewhere else. and where can he do that? well, nevada is one place where he is within a half point. within one point of hillary clinton there. and then you look at states like colorado is big. iowa is a state where he is ahead right now. and, you know, new hampshire is another state where he is
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trailing by a few but, the path definitely gets trickier if he is not able to win pennsylvania. is he going to have to cobble together those 20 electoral votes using a combination of the smaller states. >> places like philadelphia, though, voted overwhelmingly for president obama. chances there, though. and the up part of the state could move trump big time. we will see.
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we got a quick lock at your headlines this morning. first up, samsung hit with its first lawsuit after more than a dozen of its phones exploded. no big del. a florida man says his galaxy note 7 burst into flames in his pocket last week leaving his leg covered in third degree burns. the phone is also thought to be the cause of this car fire. wow. speaking of cars. gas praises may soon go up on the east coast because of a major gasoline spill. a leak in alabama causing the closure of a crucial pipeline, one which runs from houston to new york. i bet you didn't even know it existed but it does. six states including tennessee and georgia facing possible gasoline services.
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are service is in the expected to be restored on that pipeline until next woke. abby? >> all right. thank you, tucker. donald trump and hillary clinton both making appearances with jimmy fallon this week. but are late night comedians more partisan than ever? >> just look at the extremely in-depth policy plan the trump item came up with to fix owe palm that care. >> repeal and replace with something terrific. >> something terrific? [ laughter ] that's not a policy. that's a frank sin tha sinatra b side. >> yes, all muslims know what other muslims are thinking. they're magical that way. trump learned that from the documentary aladden. >> george wallace and a wig has yet another campaign manager. her job seems to involve crushing a into a teleprompter and begging him to use his inside voice. >> here to discuss our median panel, ryan reese and kyle. good morning to you. thanks for waking up so
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early. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> they have a lot of material to work with this cycle. aren't they more partisan than ever? >> sometimes they are. and i think that that's okay because there is a certain viewership that tunes in to a specific comment and views and they want to get more of it. i think humor can be bipartisan and it's really fun to knock both sides. >> it seems like they want to say they are neutral. they like to say that they are not on one side or the other. what's your taking on this. how has this changed over time. do you feel right now it is more partisan than of. >> thank you for giving me the opportunity to look up the word partisan. second off, trump is giving them the material. he puts so much out there constantly and hillary says nothing. trump won't shut up and hillary can't stand up. i feel like -- >> what is it, 6:00 in the morning? >> alisyn, do they have a
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job though to remain neutral? their audience is a mix of people. a lot of people only get their news from comedians. >> yeah. that's the problem, i think. the cable networks, people act like they are journalists for some reason. they are entertainers still. they are totally allowed to take sides and be funny. we are acting like they have these important opinions and influencing people, which they are. it's the problem of the people if they're getting that easily influenced guy who throws buckets of water at people's heads for a living and telling them who to vote for. >> that's why it's important to have this conversation and how important their role is and stay bipartisan in an election cycle like this guy. used to be one late night comedian show. and now you can't get enough of it. >> there is many. like i said though, i think people want to hear more of, for example, you tune in to samantha b. shoe is left left leaning and has a following and they want to hear what she has to say. she has a right to throw her
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opinions out there. she has her own show. i do think the more classic late night stuff like the johnny carson style and jimmy fallon is taking a hit with the left wing people pause they think he might be showing a more vulnerable playful said. >> let's get to that this week he went on jimmy fallon. we saw a side we don't always see of donald trump. can we play a bit of that clip? >> go ahead. because. >> can i mess your hair up? [cheers and applause] i'll be gentle. i'll be gentle. [cheers and applause] >> as long -- the answer is yes, but the people in new hampshire where i'm going to be in about an hour from now, i hope they're going to understand, okay? >> you say yes? >> who knew? not a toupee after all this time. he made it cheer he has a
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full head of hair there. >> i'm impressed that anyone touched that thing. >> what impact does this have? >> this is all planned out. choreographed. >> there is no way he is going on this show unless they are going on this show and hair is part of that? viewers don't know. somebody being a little more vulnerable and playful. >> he knows that. trump is a master showman. he released his medical records on dr. oz. >> the election cycle never ends. one is home with pneumonia and the other is releasing medical records on dr. oz. >> this makes it more of a circus. people love to see it it's funny to me that it takes him an hour to fix his hair. did anyone catch that? >> i can't even imagine someone touching -- do you know the hair that's cord and the friz? it's creepy. >> thanks for being with us this morning. >> thanks for having us. >> have a good day. >> hillary clinton teams up with michelle obama to sway
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millennial voters but the event didn't go exactly as planned. >> i have to say. [shouting] >> no. [chanting four more years] >> are millennials more interested in her than her? then, protesting the national anthem now coming to a high school near you. those students say it is justified. hear them explain so you can decide yourself. it is oktoberfest here on our plaza. but the celebration is not just about the beer. it is about the food, too. we are getting a case of some classics like brauts and -- did i say that right? that's next. stay with us ♪ ♪
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>> blazing heat bath philly yesterday doing that knee bend dance and got the crowd moving. michelle obama came out and finally hit the trail.
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of the crowd reacted maybe a little differently than i think the hillary clinton would want them to react, calling for four more years, listen. >> it is so hard to believe that it is less than two months to election day. and that might family is almost at the end of our time at the white house. >> no! >> yeah. it's almost time. and let me say. [chanting four more years] >> no. no. [chanting four more years] >> interesting. what do you say to that? if you are the first lady, how do you respond to that moment? >> i think she actually handled that really well. awkward situation to be in. highlights the challenge that hillary clinton continues to have in this race is the lack of excitement that her supporters have. >> this is virginia. >> i can't take my eyes off.
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this i'm confused who is michelle obama is she this awesome wife and mom not allowed to criticize or another political hack fair game for us to comment? she said in her speech we're going to be around for the rest of our lice advocating on your behalf. will we get to criticize her? >> i think she may end up running herself. >> hillary sounds better from pneumonia. amazing. almost magic. my wife had pneumonia a couple years ago healthy big runner. she was out three weeks. hillary was out for 20 minutes and she is fine. >> the eyes are going to be on her now. if she has the coughing attack and stumbles. everybody is going to be watching her like a hawk. you know what it reminded me of like the four more years. jeb bush the last stretch of his campaign from the last couple weeks when his brother george w. bush got on stage and spoke to the audience in texas there was sort of all this excitement around the brother when the brother they talked about jeb bush being the one that should have been president. >> the impressive one.
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>> george w. bush who was. >> good point. >> i don't believe this pneumonia stuff. i just don't. i'm sorry. >> you are still thinking about it? >> i am. can i tell when i'm being lied to. they are lying. i can tell. >> indigestion, overheated, problems there remember, eisenhower? had indigestion and didn't know for. >> it was a heart attack. no big deal. >> just a heart attack. a little bit later. >> we do have headlines to get to as well this morning. turns out the man who slashed a cop in a face with 11-inch meat cleaver in new york city was fighting deportation. police say a palestinian national was in new york to appeal a deportations in the next month. well the off duty detective who stopped him before he was shot, has been released from the hospital. 16 year police detective brian o'connell was cut from his temple all the way to his jaw. well, sinister plot to assassinate two congresswoman foiled.
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arresting a at the present see man who threatened to kill tulsi gabbard and heir hir. planned to fly to honolulu. angry over not releasing disability. disrespecting our heroes again. protesting kneeling during the national anthem. other players joined him as well. the coach of the school in massachusetts doesn't agree saying if he -- if his players want to make a difference, they can get up and they can get involved. listen. i have family in the army. i don't kneel during the national anthem much i stand up national anthem. if you believe that be in the community, raising your voice and doing other things. >> the players say they are following an nfl quarterback colin kaepernick's protesting the injustice of minorities. those are some of your headlines. rick, out to youa. how is it feeling out there? >> feels like fall could be happening around the corner.
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starting to feel like that. at least temperatures are going to be a little bit above average. >> feels like fall finally. >> it does a little bit. it's coming. >> here you go. here are the temps the next few days, d.c., philly and new york. for the most part a little bit above average. tomorrow quite a bit above average for pretty much everybody. fall wants to come but it's not going to happen very quickly. as you are waking up this morning the eastern part of the country, we are still feeling much colder out across the west. higher elevations gets chillier. 45 in denver. you can see the rain. slow moving system has been pulling across the plains. flooding conditions across southwestern missouri yesterday. i don't think the flooding is going to be as much of a story today. but just lingering showers as this front moves on. tomorrow it will bring much beneficial rain in across parts of the northeast. get ready for that temperaturewise, today still feeling like summer down across the south, 91 in little rock. i will tell you atlanta all across the south it has been so incredibly hot and the heat hangs on for a lot of this coming week so get red grort 90's once again.
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clayton, tucker -- clayton it, looks likes you have a drink there. >> too early. >> kick the morning off. because oktoberfest is happening ha half a world away in germany. having our own party, of course. we separate every holiday on the plaza. >> tucker, not just about the beer. >> yes, it is. >> it's about the brauts. some of the german food you would see at oktoberfest. jeager house food and beer garden. >> how early is it for the beer. >> never too early. >> we get people who yell all the time it's not october yet. come on. you know what oktoberfest is all about. >> celebration of harvest out in germany going on for years. started out as one celebration. and they had such a great time they continued cooking it year and year and it kept growing and growing and now it's the tradition that it is today. >> 3-year-olds drink peer. >> harvest the grain, right? >> yes, absolutely. >> what do you eight?
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>> do you go lash, beef stew with three different types of paprika. >> this is appetizer. >> we also do it as an entree over spatsel and green beans. different sauces. dusdo yousauce do yo did you.>>s rosemary cream and fresh apple sauce. next to that one is our potato -- far lick mashed potatoes and roasted tomato aoela smoked apple bacon also. >> everything comes down to the brauts is that snitsel. >> there no, that's spatsel. >> how many brauts have you ever seen someone eat at
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once? >> we have one gentleman that comes in all the time. he will eat two pretzels to start and go into a good plate like this. >> how many beers does he have. >> probably about three or four liters. >> three or four liters? >> can i get a spoon? i want to have some do you goul. >> if you were to start with beer, munchen, what would be your favorite. >> i have been drinking the hohbrau. >> that is my breakfast beer. >> grapefruit juice in there so it's justified for breakfast. >> is that the stiegel rattler? you are a tribute to germany. >> we'll be doing dancing a little bit later. polka band out here for oktoberfest. abby is going to be out here dancing. >> never too early for
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german beer. hillary clinton back on the campaign trail from her healthcare. can she recover from this? >> you can put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. the racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic. >> lee carter is here testing the dials. that is coming up next. stick with us. ♪ ♪
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by a healthcare of a determinant origin. what too voters think about the latest campaign ads and talk? pollster lee carter biggest moments to the dial test. she has the results. great to see you, lee. >> great to be here. >> what are voters thinking. >> polar rizzsed. trump supporters are galvanized. trump supporters are getting energized because of the attacks the democrats are mounting. >> deplorable speech has mounted the last 10 days. >> it has. voters are responding strongly to this. i think it's back fired to her. twitter activity people are embracing the fact that they are deplorable. that's not the contention she expected that. >> watch the tape and be reminded of what she said. >> to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. [ laughter ] right? the racists, sexists,
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homophobic, xenophobic, islamophobe bic. you name it. and early, there are people like that he has lifted them up. >> lost track of the yellow line. >> they gave it an f. republicans also gave it an f. not surprising. democrats only gave it a c. usually when they attack the opponents it would resonate it did not. what opponents saying you don't attack supporters. at best made her look like elitest. at worse you know what she doesn't even like people. unless they agree with her, she looks down on people. this has made trump supporters and other supporters who weren't trump supporters say she doesn't like people. why would i trust her to represent me? >> they may be on to something. trump stamina, watch. >> in this beautiful room that's 1 2 degrees, it is
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hot and it's always hot when i perform pause the crowds are so big. these rooms were not designed for this kind of a crowd. [cheers and applause] i don't know, folks, you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? [crowd boos] >> they liked the first part. they didn't seem to like the second part. >> they didn't love the second part. independence c plus, democrats d minus. don't usually test well. as much as you can say he has more discipline now, his attack there was pretty disciplined. it is something people are talking about. but he didn't have to go after her health that much. he rather implied it and something that's sticking. it's donald trump at being donald trump. >> interesting so. here is an attack on her that was a little more pointed and precise. maybe even scripted. it's about welfare. watch this. >> not one single idea she's got will create one net
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american job or create one new dollar of american wealth for our workers. the only thing she can offer is a welfare check. that's about it. >> so how did that do? >> you can see republicans and independents. they liked it gave it a b or c. democrats not surprisingly didn't they gave it a d. is he going after her now for being ineffective. little bit different than crooked slant. he is trying to prove yes she might be experienced but not been effective at it and hasn't got the depth everybody is talking about. it will be interesting to see how that plays out going into the debates. >> the great lee carter. great to so he you. >> thank you. >> great to be here. coming up next, hillary clinton's camp and the mainstream media up in arms about hillary clinton's latest gun comments. >> i think that her body guards should drop all weapons. they should disarm. >> so the "new york times" suggests is he calling for her assassination. is that right or is it
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welcome back. so september 15th marked the beginning of hispanic heritage month. and we are celebrating the many contributions hispanics have made to the united states. >> and fox news correspondent bryan llenas had be highlighting an influential person this week for the next month. nice to see you this
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morning. >> good morning. it's such a fun time now to be talking about the contributions of amazing hispanic americans. we are going to be cover this for the next throw weekends. every saturday we will bring you a profile. one of those profiles is javier pal morris the present ceo. he was born in south texas. at one point he spent a year on the streets homeless, living in the back of a restaurant. and now he is the president ceo of the hispanic chamber of commerce. making sure the hispanic chamber of commerce have a voice in d.c. and throughout. take a listen to art path our interview that's coming up. >> my summers particularly in the formative years, were spent working in fields with my family. not a lot of good memories of my summers. i'm not alone in that regard. there is a lot of guys my vintage that had very tough years. got thrown out of plenty of
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restaurants. you know, migrant farm worker in indiana and you don't even speak the language. so i do my best not to think about those times. but they feed me today. >> and that's the point is that his upbringing and his experiences feed him today. and that's an important point because is he also somebody who is changing the hispanic chamber of commerce for the first time. it's actually becoming a political organization and has actually backed hillary clinton for president and the chamber has never done that we will get into that, too. two other profiles we will be discussing, daniel the finder of kind bars. his father was a survivor the holocaust moved to mexico city when he was just 15 years old. and danny ended up being -- growing up in mexico city in a small jewish community and he came here and he was inspired by his father to start kind bars the fastest growing u.s. snack bar company in the country right now. ozzy arue was a security guard for warner brothers on
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the set of friends. all of the sudden he ended up becoming the president of tyler perry studios, a company that's worth nearly a billion dol tyler perry one of the most successful movie moguls got there as well. >> incredible stories. >> throw fantastic profiles. hispanic americans one of the fastest largest minority group. a very new immigrant group here in the country for many people. last three decades they have contributed in ways that we have -- you know, that we want to highlight. this is a great way to do that. >> i know two of the three guys you profiled. good guys. >> they are. fantastic. >> excited about it. >> tune in to fox news next saturday for the founder of kind. trump says hillary's body guard should disarm. >> i think her body guards should drop all weapons. they should disarm. >> he was talking about hillary's stance on guns. but the left says he is inciting violence. governor mike huckabee joins
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assassination for real. governor mike huckabee on deck to react to that. >> and we have got thousands of emails from across the country telling tucker that he needs to loosen up. what's the best cure for a sore neck? your home remedies put to the test next. no idea what that means. he locks pretty loose to me. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> guys, it's oktoberfest. >> i love it. >> celebration of the harvest. get out, tend to your field this morning. oktoberfest, of course, takes place in munich. >> in your lederhosen. >> there is literally not a holiday in the world that we will not celebrate on the plaza. >> next week is guana independence day. this week is oktoberfest, ladies and gentlemen. >> gets your weaner
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supporters. and the campaign is fully embracing it as well. at a rally in miami last night, trump took the stage to a song from the broadway musical les les miserables. during that rally trump again went after hillary clinton on her stance for gun control row peteing the claim that she will take away people's guns if she is elected while at the same time being protected by armed body guards 24/7. is he facing below back from the are campaign and many in the media assassination as they described it. >> i think her body guards should drop all weapons. they should disarm, right? right? i think they should disarm, immediately. what do you think? yes? yes. yeah. take their guns away. she doesn't want guns. let's see what happens to her. take their guns away. okay? it would be very dangerous.
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>> now, instead of explaining that in reality clinton has said she does not plan to take away people's guns, her campaign responded much like it did last month after trump made similar comments by labeling him as dangerous saying in a statement donald trump has a pattern of inciting people to violence, whether this is done to provoke protesters at a rally or casually or even as a joke, it is unacceptable quality in anyone seeking the job of commander in chief. if you look at the latest poll numbers. the clinton camp is doing everything to changes the narrative her health, and numerous email scandals. latest real clear politics average clinton is leading trump nationally by just a 1.5 can put that in perspective a week ago she was ahead by 6. abby, tucker, clayton. >> we had to pry the newspaper out of his hands. food to see you this morning. one of the tear-outs from the comments by donald trump
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about guns was -- read this for you. donald j. trump once again raised the specter of violence against hillary clinton suggesting friday that the secret service agents who guard her voluntarily disarm to see what happens to her without their protection. basically other media outlets saying is he calling for assassination. >> that's utter nonsense. is he not calling for anything like that. what he is saying is he is pointing out the absolute hillary hypocrisy that we see every day. guns for me god thing. guns for you bad thing. no, people with guns. so, why? what's the danger? well, if she faces danger, maybe a lot of other people living in tough
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neighborhoods face danger. should they not be able to protect themselves? disarming law abiding citizens doesn't make sense to law abiding citizens. >> is it general world view. lectures us on diversity and sends her daughter to sidwell. she is not an exchange she has a private doctor. lectures us on carbon footprints and flies private. it's laws for me doesn't apply to you. >> that is what people are so disgusted about by politicians. it's the great unwashed should not feel that they have a role in saying what they want out of their government. and hillary and those around her, the swells, the people who pay 250,000 bucks to go to the foundation dinner and shell even more money at the feet of the clintons. they are the swells. they are the ones that we should all be so grateful for that they tell us how to live even though they don't live lick the rest of us do. it's really amazing. >> it does seem like a bit of desperation that we are seeing from hillary clinton and her camp.
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we just heard from garrett tenney about the polls. you look at the trend lions and real clear politics and where things are moving. see in the last two or throw weeks. what is going on and changing things in this short period of time? >> hillary is very programmed. there is no excitement to one of her rallies. i made the comparison if you go to a donald trump rally it's like going to a aerosmith concert. wild, incredible. go to a hillary rally and have to go out there and pump them up artificially. >> that's why they are booking smaller venues. concerned it's not going to be full. >> they get some mannequins and stuff them in the chair. like going to a wick. everybody is very respectful and quiet. it's a dramatic difference. there is no enthusiasm. people say raw, raw hillary. rah, rah hillary. >> clinton campaign came out and said this is donald trump.
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there was supposed to be this shift after pneumonia break that she was. >> quotes around pneumonia. >> i was about to. after the pneumonia break she comes out and says i was going to be talking about the family, lighter tone, nicer tone and then they go right back to attacking donald trump. >> well, i money, everything she said this week was about donald trump, donald trump, donald trump. i hope she continues that because that will ensure donald trump is the next president. people don't care what hillary thinks about donald trump. they care what hillary thinks about getting them jobs back. they care about what hillary might do to finally confess and own up to the responsibility she has had from everything to syria policy to benghazi. we are never going to hear that this is a very secretive operation. we're never going to hear about the money laundering. the if i had a hammer and i busted every phone. there is going to be this constant wall of secrecy and i think people are tired of that they wants somebody who is spontaneous. who has some joy. who has some fun. look, whatever else you want
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to say about donald trump, whegoes to that podium. is he having fun. one thing i have learned about public speaking. if the speaker is having a good time, the audience will. if the speaker looks like they drink vinegar for breakfast and swallow the curtain rod, then the audience will look like they drank vinegar and swallowed a curtain rod. >> are you giving advice 52 days left to go. what are you telling them? >> have a good time. be yourself. don't go out there. the biggest danger to donald trump is be surrounded by people who tell him do, this do. this be careful. >> you know that from running yourself. >> biggest danger is having a bunch of people who have never been on the stage telling you what to do when you get on the stage. that's one of the dangers of a campaign that has too many people. a lot of them don't have enough to do. they think it's their job to tell the candidate how to act, how to talk. donald trump got here by being donald trump. donald trump needs to continue having a good time, relaxing, being himself. that's what won him the primary and it's what's going to win him the elections.
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>> i want to ask about what i are involved called targeting, exposing gun control agenda. gun control is left keep us safe. not simply by cepg us safe. that's been long my suspicion. what does this documentary exposed about real agenda? >> it's a great documentary. i was interviewed for it that's the role that i had in it. it's a documentary in which a young millennial sets out to ask the question should we have gun control? would it help? would it stop the sandy hooks and auroras? it's honest and objective look. every american would benefit by seeing it. filled with facts and exposes the hypocrisies, exposes the fallacies that are often put. i think it's especially helpful for people who could say if we could just save one life and enact these gun control measures. here is an example. more people every year are killed by hammers in the u.s. than killed by rifles. that's just a statistical fact. >> i never heard that before. it's interesting. >> it's true. when people say we have got
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to get these rifles stopped, okay, that's fine. we're not going to stop the murders of people and it really exposes lies the mistruth and hypocrisy. >> hammers? you are making me want to picket home depot they sell hammers. >> background check. >> they sell these divas and there is no background check? governor, it's good to have you here this morning. >> thank you. it's good to see the movie. very good and targeted. very good, thank you. >> we do have headlines that we want to get to you this morning. we start with a fox news alert. four police officers shot down in the line of duty. and two separate cities, philadelphia and fort worth. first to philadelphia where sergeant sylvia young was shot at least 8 times while sitting in her squad car. luckily she survived. the shooter tried to get away but not before opening fire on another officer and four civilians before he was shot dead in an alley. he left a note leading investigators to believe he was targeting police and on
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purpose. and a fort worth, texas, two officers were shot while responding to a suicide call. they returned fire, killing the suspect. both officers had surgery overnight. and luckily are expected to be okay. well, more bombshells real estate veeld this morning. emails heeked from former secretary of state colin powell this time claiming israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons pointed at iran. and an email to a close friend powell writes boys in tehran. israel has all targeted on tehran and we have thousands. well, the white house says those numbers are estimates and that retired general hasn't been briefed on that situation. well, blasting his way in to history. a dare devil rockets over the snake river cannon just like his hero evel knievel. [cheers and applause] could you imagine that stunt
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just 52 days until the presidential election and this country's immigration policy remains front and center in the race for the white house. a new report says the department of homeland security is sitting on information that may proof the white house lied about numbers making the border seem more secure than it actually is. here to weigh in the man who knows details on this conservative commentator george rodriguez. george, good to see you this morning. >> thank you very much. give us the outline hire the u.s. government has information that we are privy to. it's our government. we paid for the collection of this information. it hasn't been disseminated. why? >> well, i think in all things the white house is playing politics. the white house likes to play politics and membership
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factand manipulatefacts and fig. this is their game. claim they are deporting people we that live on the border and see the border on a regular basis know that's not that you. we talk to border patrol and talk to nonprofits that deal with illegal aliens coming across. we talk with folks that own property on the border. an we know the tsunami of illegal aliens that are coming across. nevertheless, we also know that the numbers of deportations, it's just not there. we know people are being released after being processed, whatever that means. they are being released and they are being put on buses and sent throughout the united states. but, as far as deportation and actual numbers of being reported of people that are being picked up, that's just not true. >> george, if i can just correct you used the word illegal alien that's deeply offensive to hispanics. if you would apologize. >> i will do that.
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>> i can't wait. i want to put up numbers on the screen for our viewers. 8%. reporterred rate apparently being withheld from us is actually just 51%. these a massive difference. that's 30 point difference. that's lying, isn't it? >> it's absolutely lying. that's nothing new to this duration. we could talk emails, couldn't we? this situation that we have got with illegal immigration. that's what it is. people entering without permission into the united states. this situation that we have got has been escalating for the past 20 years. out of control completely and totally under this administration this administration fanned illegal immigration by rewarding illegal immigrants that come into the united states. illegal aliens that come into the united states. you can't reward bad behavior you only get more
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bad behavior. >> people who feel this most acutely people who live where it's happening on the borders. regardless of political party or ethnic background they see the effect on the country of our failed policy every single day. do you think that's part of the problem that our policymakers live so far from where it's actually happening? >> definitely. they are so far removed. it's typical. you know, they are in washington and they go to their little brunch and they don't see the impact of people crossing your property, people competing for your jobs, people coming in to the united states illegally and behaving criminally. one of the fascinating things that has been ignored by the mainstream media are that several counties, several heavy democratic counties. heavy hispanic democratic counties along the border voted in the republican primary overwhelmingly for trump. >> i saw that which was amazing. mr. rodriguez great to see you. he will conservativedor.
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so a pro-trump super pac is rolling through some of campaign 2016 the's most contested state. great america pac invited along a v.i.p. act and that includes actor john voight to ramp up trump's ground game. trump supporter jon voight joins me right now, sir. good to see you. >> good to see you too, abby. >> you are out on the road. till us what you are up to. you are with trump supporters.
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some famous ones. who is driving you nuts first of all? >> who is driving me nuts. >> on the bus because you guys are all crammed together. >> but we do get along. we have mike gallagher, you know, the happy conservative warrior who is terrific by the way. hugh hewitt. dennis prager was with us and sheriff dave clark who has been just wonderful. the team of us get along very well. we each, you know we have our own way. we are different personalities. and we know how to feed each other and set each other up and woe really listen to each other because we are impressed with each other, too. moved by each other and have a lot of laughs, too. >> we talk about the latest controversy on the campaign trail. ultimately it comes down to who gets out to vote. that's exactly what you are doing, traveling around to some of the swing states trying to get people registered to vote. >> that's exactly right. we are meeting a lot of great people. the fun of this tour is to
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get to people the people. the people have been very welcoming, of course. we have had a lot of fun with them. the thing that impressed me as we go around is that everybody's up. you know, these people are very informed voters. and they are enthusiastic. there is a lot of great energy. so, and the people -- we're addressing things that when -- i bring up something. if i make a joke, even. everybody gets it we're all pretty much on the same level. >> why is trump your guy? why do you like trump? >> well, for a lot of reasons. i was driving here today with a fellow charlie. i said, charlie, why are you for trump? and he said well, he is not atrade to say the things that need to be said and do the things that need to be done. you know, we have got a lot to fix. well, that's basically it. we have a lot to fix. he said we can't -- if we get the other side, we're going to get more of the same and worse he said we
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have got to start fixing things. that's basically it. this is a guy that fixes things. i mean, look what he has done in his life. that's all he has done is taken possible tasks and gather himself gather around himself real bright guys, listen to this. chart his way through these things and then go and hire lots of people. put a lot of people to work and get them done. >> as hillary clinton has said recently, you are in the basket of deplorables. what is your response then? how is hollywood taking this? >> the deplorables are terrific, by the way, abby. they are great people. >> hidden secret? >> they are the best. the people are great, i'm telling you, really, really great. what's wonderful, too, is if you listen to them, just like charlie in the car today. charlie mano they are very smart. they have a lot of business experience. and they say -- they will tell you things about, you
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know, you don't -- if you want business to be created, you don't disincentivize, you incentivize. that's what charlie told me. i said, yeah, that's exactly it it's real simple stuff. people have to know this stuff, you know. that's what's going on. i'm having a good time. >> fox news has a new poll out. one of the polls it shows that the american people think the country is going to hell in a hand basket. you can see there 57% say the hell in the hand basket compared to 38% saying things are all right. what is your response? are you surprised by that? >> you know, people in every family, i think people are affected. they understand. in my own family there are people who want to start businesses and they can't do it because of the regulations. they give up after two months of paperwork and nonsense and being bothered
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by every kind of signatures on this and this and this and this and requirements and go to lawyers and such. can't do this, guys. that's in my own experience. so everybody has a little of that. when people say they have more jobs but the jobs are not the jobs that they would love to do, that they need to do. they are jobs that make due. they are part-time jobs. we really -- the economy is not good. and everybody knows it. that's the reason for those polls. >> that's why this election is so important for so many people. thanks for being with us this morning, jon. and enjoy the rest of your road trip. we appreciate it. >> thanks, abby. >> coming up, a shocking confession from imit mow detainee, what he claims about the 9/11 attacks. plus, we have gotten thousands of emails across the country telling tucker he needs to loosen up a
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why can't you turn and look at us this morning. >> because my neck hurts so bad. slept wrong against the window. i can't move my neck. >> because you can't really move your neck reminded coba our audio guy of this song right here. remember the munsters? >> yeah, i'm like lurch. >> why are you sitting on that side? because when you turn to talk to heather it would hurt tucker. >> the producer got me some kind of heat pad on my neck right now. >> where? underneath. yeah. you are the the best. >> you that feels good? >> everyone is thinking what's the physical etiology of all of this. i would recommend is there something that tucker doesn't want to look at? >> i need to go to chappaqua for a rest. >> we asked you if had you home remedies. use a hair dryer. >> does that even feel good? is that working? >> wooh! >> if you ever have a problem that ainsley can't fix, it's over. >> tucker can't move his neck, still.
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>> awful. wow, i have never seen you with that kind of problem. >> no. i never have physical problems and i hate to talk about them that was embarrassing. i have never seen more email. >> people care but. >> i know you are embarrassed by this. we got letters and gifts sent in the mail. read this from susie. hi, tucker, was watching your show and wanted to send you heat wrap. feel better soon. love you and love the show. >> was that my wife susie. >> apparently a different susie. >> thank you, susie. >> probably put that in the microwave. >> it smells fantastic. >> it really did hurt. you know in the end what worked for me? not aleve all the fancy remedies. advil. two regular advil. that is a wonder drug. >> i hate that that's the worse when you can't. that and sore throats. we have another one here in wayne miller the ceo of enovative technology.
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pain therapy pulse. >> that's enovative relieve sore and aching muscles. >> that's so nice of you. >> that video archival. >> i flew. >> tucker is on airplane for four days. >> solve all your problems. >> two advil that's the cure. >> if that doesn't fix it you are preble dead. >> we were worried about you. >> clearly a lot of people were. to your headlines now. first up, a young woman's death could have been appreciated after a daughter was beaten to death by boyfriend who reportedly was here illegally. police in texas say the man confessed to murdering his girlfriend because he thought she was having affair. he told police he beat her with his fist before strangling her to death. that's awful. sorry to have to read that charged with murder. bond has been set at $1 million. one of the most dangerous terrorists at guantanamo bay say saudi arabia recruited him for the 9/11 attacks. expert bomb maker tell u.s.
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authorities he was directly contacted by saudi royalty while training to be a pilot here in the u.s. with the two other hijackers on 9/11. this despite the country's claim it had nothing to do with the thai attacks 15 years ago. well, ohio governor john kasich is making it very clear he probably will not vote for the republican nominee. watch. >> is it still possible that you could vote for donald trump? >> very unlikely. >> okay. >> too much water under the bridge. >> message, john kasich is a much better person than you are. didn't stop there though. governor kasich also said he wasn't worried about being blamed if trump loses in his state where trump is now up. that's ohio, of course. he also said he wasn't voting for hillary clinton either. he is not going to tell anyone who he is going to vote for so you are going to have to guess. and then hillary clinton has been called a lot of things and this morning she can add style icon to her long and growing resume. that's right. the fashion community has spoken. the "the washington post," a paper that nobody reads
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anymore, declares the democratic nomineen and her pant salutes are influential to new york's top fashion designers. hillary's proximity to the presidency has invited designers to reconsider the relationship that women have to power and how it manifests in attire and style. whatever that means. the post also claims victoria beckham who is pictured here on the left as clinton disciple saying the designer has expanded her woman more at ease with her position and authority. again, you didn't read it because nobody reads that paper anymore. rick? >> hey, tucker, its missed the last little part of what you read. sorry. >> great to see you, rick. >> thank you. it's like i'm looking at myself in horror. we will explain this in a second. hey, hey, hey. slow down with that camera there. let's talk about the weather first. show you what's going on then you can show the outfit. here you go, across the east. still feeling nice this morning. more fall like out across
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areas of the west and northern plains. picture city across the northeast, ohio valley and mid-atlantic. a front coming in from the west. it will move across kind of the western area today by tomorrow bring the showers across coastal areas and in towards the far northwest which is great news we desperately need rain. you see showers across the southern mississippi valley. scattered showers as well. and maybe a little bit of severe weather late in the day across parts of oklahoma. finally in across the northern plains, very nice across parts of the dakotas and we will see some scattered showers in across parts of the great lakes. all right. i don't know what's happening now. >> how do i look? >> you look amazing. if anybody can pull this off. i think this is supposed to be a costume. >> you look nice, too. >> we are quite a pair. new york city kicking off oktoberfest today with german american parade.
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>> this is exciting. we will get it all started right now on "fox & friends." >> did somebody say lederhosen? >> when i think of you, of all of my years of working with you i think lederhosen. >> you look nice. >> it's the time of year. >> you keep saying that, right? >> let stuff breathe? get dancing. >> the spokesman for the steuben parade. he joins us with nic and bratwurst boys. >> i will say this feels like shorts and a girdle all in one. >> kind of holds stuff in. >> explain to us the history of the lederhosen. >> they are actually working pants. when you think about the history of it. levi strauss brought the jeans to america. originally that material was supposed to be for -- it didn't work. he was bra varn. lock at the overall same the
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lederhosen pocket here to put your knife. right here. >> the grain harvesting? >> yes. j oh, wow. put the knife. and if you needed to cut something out on the field. >> i love -- what do you call these right here? >> those are called low -- they warm the calf and decorative. >> is this okay for me to have this in my pants? will de blasio stop me with this? >> i don't know. >> tell me about the parade today. going up sixth avenue to central park celebrating oktoberfest. >> starts on 67th street. fifth avenue. all the way up to 66th street. big party and oktoberfest goes on until 7:00 p.m. >> this is all about polka dancing. >> there is polka dancing i have never done before. you can teach me. >> i would love. >> best way to polka dance. >> i would love to. >> we have the band o'er here, 1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3.
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somebody take clayton, please. >> lady will take clayton. >> everybody with polka. going to a wedding, there was a polka dance. i need a partner. looking good, clayton. ♪ tell us about oktoberfest. what does it celebrate? >> oktoberfest celebrates a wedding. >> a wedding? >> of a prince and princess. and it happened 260 years ago. and it originally happened in october but they hosted september where it was warmer weather. it lasts the last full two weeks of september. >> now in new york everybody celebrates it. >> it is a big deal. >> early 1800s, right?
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>> right. well, in new york probably. >> everybody, thank you so much. >> how do you end it? i love that. >> the steubenville parade is a german american parade today in new york city at noon. central park. enjoy it. >> come to the polka. >> great to see you this morning. >> tucker, how did you survive, this buddy? >> and if that doesn't wake you up this saturday morning well, that's all we have got. good luck, gentlemen. >> hillary clinton teams up with michelle obama to sway millennial voter the event didn't go exactly as planned. >> [chanting four more years] >> turns out millennials like michelle much more than they like hillary. wow, that's got to hurt. ed henry here to weigh in on
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hillary clinton making a big push to sway millennial voters but her plan has back fired at least so far after first lady michelle obama hit the trail for her yesterday. watch this. [chanting four more years. >> no. no. [chanting four more years] >> crowd begging the first lady for four more years of her, not hillary. here to weigh in fox news chief national correspondent old friend ed henry. great to see you. >> how are you? >> i'm not as worried as hillary voters are about.
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in some states he won 80%, 90% of people under 30. >> it's not transferring to her. you're right. that's the problem. it was there in a nutshell. what's their plan? get michelle obama out there to rally millennials and african-americans. get president obama out there who was in philly a few days ago and had a huge crowd same deal as michelle obama. they were saying four more years as you see her dancing there. they want the obamas to stick around on the left the young african-american voters in particular. not transferring to her. look at this quinnipiac poll in terms of hillary clinton. preference among voters 18 to 34, 31% for hillary clinton, 29% for gary johnson, 36% for trump. jill stein 15%. we should be clear, yeah, that the millennials who are not excited about hillary clinton they are not going to donald trump they are going to gary johnson, the plan among the hillary camp is say get al gore out there. this happened with him ralph
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narrowed. not a big deal al gore is going to vote anyway can i vote for ralph narrowed. arnader. >> when you have almost half of voters under 35 going for a third party candidate a different world democrats have been saying we know he can't win. that has been place based on turn outmogdzs, i talk to nervous about enthusiasm gap among millennials among african-americans who will not turn out in 2008, 2012 obama style levels. what you have got to do is inspire them in some way. what hillary clinton has done is the opposite. her campaign has not been about inspiration for her. it's about been donald trump is awful. our colleague howie kirtz did a great article. he said they have thrown the kitchen sink at donald trump. he is a sexist and racist and it's basically a tied
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race not just nationally but in key battle grounds like ohio and florida. what's next? that kind of negative campaign is not inspiring young people. >> once you call somebody a nazi where do you go from there. >> only go further down from there. >> clayton morris is out tomorrow he is going home to see his new baby and you my friend are going to be on the couch together. >> four hours. >> really four hours? holy smokes. >> be faster because you are fun. >> if you miss tomorrow's show it's your loss. see you tomorrow. >> can't wait. >> sam suck's phone scandal got even worse. how you can be burned to death by one of these things. and, there is no party like a clinton foundation party. what do you think went on birthday bash. we can only guess and we will. stay tuned. ♪ might want to sing it note for note♪ don't worry ♪ be happy.
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it's been poor timing for samsung exploding phone republic. the iphone 7 was just released. kurt the cyber guy is here now with what consumers need to know. pad news for samsung. they bungled this recall. >> still going on right now people who have the samsung galaxy note 7 that has officially been recalled as of two days ago. we're talking about you still don't know what to do yet. we're finding out it's still a very dangerous phone. >> and the tsa not allowing you to fly. you cannot charge it you cannot plug it in. you have got to pack it. >> faa is behind that as well as big transportation systems throughout a lot of municipalities around the country get on a bus, a train, a boat, no. you cannot plug this thing in. they want you to have this powered down.
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>> talk about the iphone 7 that just came out. big new features including let's talk about the iphone 7 plus with a new camera. >> that's the one you have got in your hand. >> this is the one i have in my hand different chores. >> have you ever seen how fast -- have you ever been this fast on an iphone before. it has a 10 processor so fast. >> talking about how intel should be worried about apple's chip processing what they have been doing with silicon is wicked fast and camera is ridiculous. you also have the smaller. >> you don't want to dunk your phone, do you. >> this is my driver now. waterproofing is one of the big things in this as well. you have your iphone 7. >> got that jet black polished look to it. you ended up with the other form of the black which is, you know, probably less scratchy. >> how many people drop them in bathtubs and pools now. >> water resistant features. >> so this phone as you know just brilliantly beautiful, super fast. and it is -- it's a water resistant so down to a meter for 30 minutes. we will just try it this
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morning. will it work? okay, it's fully under water, right? >> fully under water. pull it out. yeah, it's still on and let's see if i can bet gte to to play a video. i have a feeling it's going to be just fine. wet in my hand right now. i have a feeling sure enough, there is the video. it will play the video. make a phone call on it has stereo speakers now. what could this mean to a lot of people right now? combine the samsung nightmare, because i can't -- you are probably getting as many questions as i am. i have a samsung galaxy note 7. i want to get rid of it. at this point what's happening with apple? well, everybody is now interested in the iphone 7. stock suspect and showing results as well. >> apple needed to because they had sagging iphone sales. it's like a perfect for storm them right now. >> perfect storm for them. bad for the consumer. if you have a samsung galaxy note 7 search cyber guy on facebook. i will show you how you can
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handle getting rid of that phone or getting it fixed. >> kurt, thanks so much. democrats thought hillary clinton would never lose to donald trump. latest poll show the candidates are in a dead heat. juan williams is here to react. that's next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ (whispers rocket)
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the scenes at bill's birthday bash. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. were you invited? j happy oktoberfest weekend. >> do you know who is sitting in the middle? abby huntsman joins us this morning. >> how sweet. >> a ray of sunshine. and always a ray of sunshine and a true. >> something blown here whatever it is. >> eve morris has joined us. the latest addition. >> she has joined us. >> she is teething at home. latest morris. clayton is now the father of three. >> she is scripg in right now. we have her skypeing in to the show. eve, are you there. >> daughter of a tech expert. >> she is cluster feeding right now. do you know what that is? >> no. i don't want to know. it sounds awful. >> my wife, god bless her, she is constantly feeding. my wife is like can i just get a cup of coffee or something? >> all that feeding goes somewhere else eventually. >> the diaper cleaning, got
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to love that. >> more on that a little bit later. >> headlines to get to this morning. we begin with a fox news alert. four police officers shot down in the line of duty. in two separate cities, philadelphia and fort worth. first in philadelphia where sergeant sylvia young was shot at least 8 times while sitting in her squad car and survived. the shooter tried to get away but not before opening fire on another officer and four civilians before he was shot dead in an alley. he left a note leading investigators to believe he was targeting police on purpose. and a fort worth, texas, two officers shot while responding to a suicide call. they returned fire, killing the suspect. both officers had surgery overnight and luckily are expected to be okay. and a sinister plot to assassinate two congresswomen foiled by the fbi. investigators arresting a tennessee man who threatened to kill congresswoman tulsi gabbard and u.s. senator mazday hirono. the 30-year-old planned to fly to honolulu
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november 1st and open fire in a courthouse. apparently he was angry over not receiving disability. donald trump and hillary clinton will be the only two candidates facing off in the first presidential debate. libertarian gary johnson and green party nominee jill stein did not make the cut. he needed to poll at 15% or higher in average of five polls to qualify. jobs only averaging 8.4% and stein at 3.2%. johnson making headlines just last week for asking what is aleppo. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo? >> about? >> aleppo. >> and what is aleppo? >> you're kidding? >> no. >> aleppo is insyria. >> a tough moment for him. the first debate set for monday, september 26th. and stunning images from across the world of the lunar ellipse cligh lighting up the night sky full moon
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closest to equinox. picture from england. this beautiful photo was taken from alabama. if you missed it, you still have another chance to look up tonight. if you missed it, you have to wait a whole other 8 years to see it beautiful. >> orange moon. >> and what is aleppo? >> that was a really sad moment. >> at least he answered it honestly. >> if you are libertarian you don't care what aleppo is. you are libertarian. >> how many politicians answer that question without knowing what it is and just sort of make it up. at least he was like i don't know. >> you can fill me in before i answer it? >> get to garrett tenney now. donald trump unveiling a new campaign meme in miami while hillary clinton tries to stir up controversy about her opponent. >> what in the world is going on? who better to ask is garrett tenney from washington, d.c. with details. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all. i was in a donald trump rally in ohio. firsthand i can tell you that a lot of his supporters are fullly embracing hillary
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clinton's description of them as deplorable. it's become almost a badge of honor for them. last night at a rally in miami, the campaign continued to play that up as well with a song from the broadway musical les miserable and after a rough week, the clinton campaign is also now trying to reignite controversy by accusing donald trump of inciting violence during his speech last night. this comes after the donald trump -- donald trump was talking about gun control in hillary clinton's hypocrisy for wanting to take away people's guns while she herself walks around about body guards 24/7. many in the mainstream media are joining in as well. criticizing trump for in their words calling for assassination attempt on clinton. take a listen to trump's remarks for yourself though. >> i think that her body guards should drop all weapons. they should disarm. right? right? i think they should disarm, immediately. what do you think? yes? yes.
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yeah. take their guns away. she doesn't want guns. take their -- let's see what happens to her. take their guns away. okay? it will be very dangerous. >> well, the clinton campaign issued a statement saying donald trump has a pattern of inciting people to violence. whether this is done to provoke protesters at a rally or casually or even as a joke, it is unacceptable quality in anyone seeking the job of commander in chief. after a couple of rough weeks, the clinton campaign is trying to change the narrative from clinton's health and scandals. look at the polls and you can see why. a couple weeks ago she was beating trump nationally by 6 points. now, that lead has shrunk to only a 1.5% in the real clear politics average. the election 52 days away and the first debate just over week from now. tucker, abby, and clayton. >> neck and neck in those polls. >> what is aleppo? >> let's ask juan williams if he knows where aleppo is. co-host of the five.
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hey, juan, great to sea you this morning. >> good morning. i'm in rainy pensacola. this is trump country down here in west florida. >> you read the "new york times" this morning. they are trying to make it sound like trump was threatening violence against hillary. and any normal person knows, whether you agree with it or not, that he was making a point about her hypocrisy. no guns for you but i get guns to protect my family. that annoys trump and a lot of people. why pretend that was encouraging violence when it clearly wasn't? >> will, i think there is a little history here, tucker. remember, trump at one point said the second amendment people could take care of that and interpreted as suggesting that potentially people who are gun owners would deal with hillary if she got elected or something like that. again, it was a stretch because i think in that situation trump really was talking about the activism of gun owners, which is well known in political circles. they are very strong activists and advocacy
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group. again, given the violence we have seen at trump rallies and all that, i think it plays up that theme. >> i know, juan, the media are being dishonest. they are. they are rooting for hillary against trump and drying on purpose to get her elected. don't they undermine their credibility when they do that? >> i don't think they are lying. i think that they are putting out, you know, one version of what people fear from donald trump. i think that, you know, the question is dues in your article or in your broadcast you are doing this morning, listen, a lot of people think donald trump is just making the point that hillary clinton is a gun control supporter and that, in fact, she has armed guards 24/7 and has since she has been first lady of the united states. let's not forget. so i think people appreciate that we get both sides of it. but i don't know that i would say oh the media is lying. >> juan, do you think that there is a concern withen the clinton camp that this thing is slipping away from her? we were talking about this a little earlier. this someone who has been
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preparing for a run for years and years.ot the electoral math on her side. here she is going up against donald trump. doesn't nearly have the ground game, the money, anything that she has. you look at the polls that garrett tenney was talking about. it really was neck and neck. even he is up in some of the swing states including the important state of ohio. one n. one poll up by a points. is there a real concern there that this might be slipping for her? >> so i have been traveling the last few days, abby. i think democrats around the country are coming down with maybe what was giving mrs. clinton the sniffles last weekend. i think they are feeling a little weak in the knees there if you get my point. anxiety and dread. for the first time, you hear people saying oh my gosh, can i see that donald trump might win this thing on the democratic side. now, you know, let's be a little bit fair here and cautious. and understanding what's going on. the basic elements of the race has not changed. you know, it's more that -- it's less that clinton is losing support. it's more that donald trump is duaneing support.
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especially from republicans who might have been, you know, uncertain about whether they were going it support him. he is consolidating that base. and i think that's pushing up his numbers. but if you look at the electoral map that you referenced, you know, she still has an advantage if you look at the election models that we in politics use. she is still favored but just not as much. and that's what's causing democrats to have a little case of the shakes, early halloween fright night. >> what does hillary clinton need to too then? if you were advising her the debate just a short time away now, all eyes on that first debate and then we have two more after that. what would you be advising her to do to steady the ship? >> well, i think she has got to change the narratives, what tucker was talking about earlier when he was saying there is so much media bias out there. look, so for the last few days what we have been talking about is mrs. clinton's health. you know, and going back even to the deplorables comment. we heard garrett talking
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about how that's become a meme at trump rallies. you know, to suddenly you have a shift. could it be that people now start talking about trump and violence on the gun thing or people talking about, oh, what about trump going back on his birther comment? did he mean it or not? this brings back a lot of attention and not positive attention on trump. that benefits the clinton campaign. so, for them, they want to get back to that focus on the questions about trump's temperament, his leadership. they want the focus there and the second thing is that mrs. clinton is making an effort now, inside her campaign very clearly emphasizing here's what she stands for as opposed to just being opposed to donald trump. >> so the clintons have taken so much heat recently for their foundation and for their relentless fundraising for spending all of last month with rich people raising money. it's hurt her. i think everyone would agree, democrats agree. what do you make of bill clinton's 70th birthday party last night. star studded event.
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$250,000 to be a participant in this. why are they doing this? this looks like addiction to me. they can't stop fundraising even when it hurts them. >> this is so interesting to me. when you talk to the clinton people there have a strong sense that they are being maligned that the clinton foundation does good work. i don't think there suspect question they have done good work on h.i.v., malaria and all of that we are a charity. a highly rated charity. and oh, we are getting just beaten up on all the questions. the fact is that the image of that foundation and the possibility of quid pro quo deals between people who are donors to the foundation and mrs. clinton while she was secretary of state just is politically toxic, tucker. it just doesn't sit right with lots of people. and, again, speaks to the whole very difficult issue of mrs. clinton's trustworthiness and character. that's why i think it was done kind of, i wouldn't say in secret but on the sly. that's why there was not a
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lot of publicity or attention. and the cost of the tickets out the roof. you would have to dig deep. >> hillary clinton didn't even go. >> you didn't have the candidate there. >> they can't control bill clinton. he wanted to do it. they couldn't tell him. no how dysfunctional. >> i would agree. >> just a birthday party. >> it was at chuck e cheese. >> just a celebration. juan williams, always good to see you. enjoy florida. >> thanks, guys. have a great show. >> coming up, the nation's largest police union just endorsed a candidate for president. which candidate and why in the union president is joining us next to tell us. >> and then the united nations has a new plan to help save planet earth. of course, it involves calling in leonardo decaprio and his celebrity friends on their private planes. because that will help the earth. ♪ lifting me ♪ higher, higher and higher ♪ i said your love ♪ your love has lifted me
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>> endorsement of the largest police union in the country, the fraternal order of police number one buy far protestory good. >> fop. donald trump celebrating that major endorsement yesterday. what prompted the largest police onto back the republican? here is the fraternal order of police chuck can at the chuc. hillary clinton didn't actively seek your endrsment. i can't remember a time when the democratic nominee who is obviously supposed to be on the side of unions didn't seek a union endorsement. what is that?
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>> well, i can't answer that question for hillary campaign. but, mr. trump did answer our questionnaire, did request our endorsement, and did sit down with our presidential screening committee and discuss the issues that are important to police officers across this country. >> what are the issues that led to you support donald trump? >> i think this year the most important thing for the manipulatmembership, that is hea candidate that has demonstrated a belief in the rule of law. he has demonstrated a belief that law enforcement officers should be safe in their job and he is talking about making america safe. he has talked about the issues of inner city crime, dealing with poverty, suspending poverty that leads to the crime in the united states. he appears to have a plan and wants to work on the issues that we have been screaming about for years. police are not the total answer to the crime in the inner cities in america. and that we have to work together. and he understands that. and he has promised a place
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at the table to try to fix this problem. >> yes. now, hillary clinton may not have sought your endorsement but she has avidly sought the endorsement of black lives matter a group who hates you and whose members have called for your murder. how do you feel about that? >> well, you know, that's her choice. [ laughter ] >> we have a difference of opinion. and the platform of black lives matter versus law enforcement, you know, we are members of the communities that we police in. we want our communities to be safe. and we don't chant "pigs in a blanket." we are out here trying to do a job for america. donald trump recognized that i believe that's why our members, overwhelmingly chose mr. trump. >> yeah. because it turns out if one of the candidates hates you, she is probably not going to win your support. is that fair to say? >> absolutely. and, you know, just to be fair, tucker, i don't believe mrs. clinton hates law enforcement. i think it's a misguided attempt to pander to a group that she needs their
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support. you know, the bottom line is, mr. trump wasn't scared to stand up and say he supported police officers. he was the first candidate out last night with a tweet when four police officers were shot in this country. we believe he has a genuine concern about our safety. and we think that he is going to work with us to make america safer. >> fair enough. chuck can acanterbury. >> what happens when you wear a trump hat to school? don't try this at home. >> you are not allow to share language. >> make america great. >> that's right. you are not allowed to share your opinion at a university. [ laughter ] we will tell you what happened next. and nobody reads the "the washington post." but if they did, they might find out the real reason hillary's health is being criticized because she is a woman, of course. let my get my air sickness bag. our panel of moms is here to discuss that next. ♪ rumor has it she ain't got
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welcome back. "the washington post is claiming that the real reason hillary's health is being scrutinized is because she's a woman. the article saying, quote, why do women feel they can't admit to being sick? you know the answer, because women fear showing any sign of weakness let's others presume the worst that she is not as good as a man. is that really the case? well, joining me now is our mom panel. cathy burnett, courtney b. jozy and nell. women, thanks for being here this morning. >> thank you. >> cathy, start with you. is that the case here? >> it is not.
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>> she didn't come out and say she was sick because she was worried about the fact that she was a woman. >> no. i think it is a trite and unimaginative reach doe flect americans away from the real problem. the reason why her health is an issue is because she could potentially be the next president. that is the reason why. woe want to make sure that the next president can actually do the job. >> claudia, you are nodding your head. >> i'm nodding my head. >> do we care about the health of the next president is. >> thank you for having me. i'm a mom, i'm a woman and social worker. i think we should care about the health of them but i also believe there are things going on, i'm sorry, i also believe that as a woman we have to be conscious of our health and, you know, it's also coming off the comments that women or people that support trump are in a basket of deplorables. i think that the health and also that -- i'm a hater so i don't appreciate that comment that you add that with the health issue. >> she is the first woman nominee for president, jozy.
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is she getting special treatment because of that? i think that's the real question here. >> that is exactly the question. it's not about being a many with. it's about entitlement. as a woman, is she entitled to get special treatment as hillary clinton more importantly? >> right. >> i feel like -- i think historically she has been brushed upon, as far as the looking at the facts. we haven't been looking at the real picture and where -- that's all i have to say. >> what are your thoughts? >> unfortunately, i think that whether -- if this had happened to trump, right? >> exactly. like the camp would be like saying oh, there is -- his health would be the one that would be scrutinized. the thing that is interesting for me here is what is the press not talking about because they are so obsessed with hillary clinton's health? right? and it deflects from us talking about real policy concerns and issues in this election. >> but her health is a real issue because what we saw on
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that video is very disturbing. not only does it seem like her campaign is falling apart. now it seems like she herself is falling apart. that is a real issue. pause we see these people get into office one day, the ne a ton of gray hair. it's a stressful job. can she do the job. >> toughest job in the world. you brought up, nell, policy and how we have got to focus on that. this has been a the hough talk over the last few months about donald trump and struggling with the woman vote. courtney, he has been making an earth as of recently especially with his daughter ivanka talking about the importance of a woman's role a mother's role in changing system of the policies that we have. is he doing better, do you think, than the media lays out? >> i think. so and i think he is certainly doing better than some of the republicans in the past. i think women and moms especially are happy to hear that he is talking 'maternity leave. he is talking about, you know, updating the flexible spending account, to be a dependent care account, so you are not losing that benefit.
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it's actually extending beyond the working parent to all people that want to take advantage of it so i think that's a great thing. i, for one, i have lost out on that where i -- if you don't use it you lose it. >> you guys all know firsthand what it's like. >> research shows that attachment parenting and building the bonds and the mother and child first six weeks if that's something he can do to build the family structure and make the families stronger that's going to be preventative. >> hillary clinton's plan is still much more comprehensive thamp donald trump's is. is he only offering women what is it six weeks? she is offering 12 to 14 weeks. >> how do we even know since we haven't even seen her, she only graces those paying high ticket plates. >> been out there so much with ivanka and hearing about this the last few days. do you think, josie, he has been under estimated recently with how women feel about him? >> i do. and, in fact, i think that trump's plan is an effort to attract democrat voters.
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the con glom ra conglomerate. >> he needs independents. >> and i think when this addition to having maternity leave, he certainly has my vote. >> yes, and with the families we need to build the structures of the families preventatively so we don't have to be a reacting to damage down the road. >> isn't that the kind of president we want? instead of someone coming to the table and calling half the population a basket of deplorables and irredeemables knowing that one day you may actually have to govern all of those deplorables and irredeemable people. but to see trump saying, hey, listen, i need your vote. i'm going to go out here and i'm going to get your vote. i'm going to talk to you where you live. i'm going to make you feel as though you are important to me. that's what we want. >> loved having you guys here this morning. thank you so much for waking up early and being here. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> appreciate it. >> coming up, what happens when you wear a donald trump hat at school? >> you are not allowed to share hate language at the university. >> this says make america
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>> oh. >> there it is. clayton morris, ladies and gentlemen has brought more life into the world more precisely his wife natalie has. eve morris born the other day. >> clayton, she is beautiful. >> she was huge, too. 7 pounds 11 ounces. when she came out, by the way. maybe too much information, but her arm was over her back. and there is my kid meeting her for the first time. miles and ava. >> how are they responding to it. >> they are sweet and want to take care of her. ava was reading her story this morning. >> you are right. she looks like a real person already. >> like pala drones. >> ava and eve, eve. >> ava pick up your stuff. eve. you can hear the difference. >> race car, a man a plan a
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canal panama. one thing about clayton he has the cutest kids i have ever seen. >> they really are. >> really well behaved. did you sleep last night. >> not much. feeding multiple times through the night. had us up. my wife is a champion and delivery, you know, crazy. natural delivery. no epidural this time. >> oh, wow. >> when the baby came out her arm was like up over this, make it harder. try picture that at home or not. >> now i'm try to vision this in my head. >> good morning. >> every mom out there is like cringing right now. >> glad you brought those images back. >> we want to transition a bit to the headlines that are out this morning. turns out that the man who slashed a cop in the face with 11-inch meat cleaver in new york city was fighting deportation. police say akrum judy day a palestinian national was in new york to appeal a deportations in the next month. the off-duty detective who shot him before he was shot
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has been released now from the office. 16 year police detective brian o'donnell was cut from the temple all the way to his jaw. horrible story. terrifying moments on amtrak train as a man with a gun barricades himself inside the bathroom and for several hours. the train ordered to stop just outside los angeles as swat teams cleared nearly 200 people off the train. police had to use tear gas to get the man into custody. luckily though, no one was hurt. college student gets into heated battle with a social justice warrior over his make america great again hat. look at this. >> you are not allowed to share hate language at a university. >> this says make america great. that's not hate. >> like we are friends and i level with you. but you have got to take the hat off or i'm going to president of the university. >> you don't know anything about trump. you don't know anything. >> so that canadian man being attacked at mount royal university in alberta. even getting the hat ripped off from his head. students claim he was
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spreading hate language. they even threatened to report him to the university president. well, the u.n. is recruiting celebs to help save the environment, including stevie wonder and jet setter leonardo decaprio. >> our climate, food security, economic security, and ultimately our future on this planet depends on the health of our oceans. >> the actor speaking in new york city on the importance of saving the climate for future generations, even though he doesn't practice what he preaches. many call him a hypocrite since he has flown his private jet to and from new york city and l.a. six times in just one week. those are your headlines. >> there is literally no evidence that man made activity is causing the climate change, whatever. for whatever it is worth. >> let's get rick reichmuth to weigh in on man made climate change. hey, rick. >> hey, rick. >> hey, guys. how about happy 69th birthday. >> thank you.
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>> and how about this one here? happy 55 years marriage. >> thank you. 55 years, woo hooh. >> that is an achievement. nice sign you made. i said bring a sign you get on. >> first wife. >> not like cumulatively. >> nicely done. >> talk a little bit of weather. take a look at the maps as you are waking up this morning. here is the system. tropical storm july i can't. tropical depression meander off the southeast coast and south carolina where these lovely married 55 year people are from from. don't go to the beach this weekend. it's going to be a rough one out there. a lot of rip current because of that system. no big rain. what we are going to be doing rain across the central plains, moving in across the ohio valley and down to the lower mississippi valley. some of that could cause localized flooding. out across the west, mostly dry. see that stream of moisture moving into the pacific northwest. get ready, that's going to stick around for a while and hopefully in the next week move down to southern
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california. we will send it back to you inside. >> really feeling like fall though. i love this time year. it's the best. >> and television, the new seasons are back for your late night comedians. >> snl back, too. >> "saturday night live" is back. i think there is this expectation now. i don't know with this new generation we think that late night television is the arbiter of news. that's where teens, that's where millennials are getting their news from the daily show. >> sometimes that's the only place they're getting it from. >> perhaps sadly and donald trump was on jimmy fallon show the other night. the left is furious about his interview with donald trump thinking that it was a softball. did you catch the interview? take a look at him playing with his hair the other night. he was messing up his hair. >> a little tussle. "newsweek" tweeted and felt this was a bad interview. >> they said 2016 is a bad year fort mead i can't. example number 4701. the guardian no, jimmy fallon, donald trump isn't a laughing matter. oh, very serious. >> here is huffington post softball interview even by softball standards. >> what's hilarious though and actually it's not hilarious it's ominous is
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the left's attempt to enforce total conformity among the media anybody who doesn't play along is immoral. so here you have all these late night so-called comedians that ludicrous character at mtv seth meyers the least funny person ever. one person who insists on doing a comedy show and like you are a bad person jimmy fallon. you didn't call him a nazi. therefore, you should lose your job. >> exactly. that's my point. >> what? >> you watch letterman and carson and watch arsenio hall and bill clinton coming out playing the saxophone. you watch late night television not for serious television but levity now we are expecting hard hitting interviews because we have seen certain people do that over the last years. >> interviews on comedy late night is show vulnerable side of these candidates is make them more personal and human and that's exactly what we saw with donald trump. a moment you don't see with him. we never see his hair messed up like that. for a lot of people wow, he does have that side to him. i think that's threatening for some people to see that.
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>> you have 19 economic -- 19 c. one telling jokes. what happened to diversity in the conformity of this moment is so crushing. nobody is allowed to disagree. it's bizarre. >> have we had really hard interviews on late night television with hillary clinton? remember her on "saturday night live." >> here is a pickle jar. you can open it? [ laughter ] all right. hillary about town vale her new secret weapon. the one man she hopes can fail her presidential campaign and that man, of course, al gore. why wouldn't you call gore. boris and nomiki is here to debated it chris stirewalt and geraldo rivera are both going to join us live next hour. stick with us. (announcer vo) who says your desk phone
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well, hillary clinton about to unveil her new secret weapon, the one man she hopes could save her struggling presidential campaign. al gore. so, could anything go wrong here or is this a smarted move? here for a fair and balanced debate. senior advisor to the trump campaign and nomiki chawn. good to see you. >> good morning. >> this is probably not a bad move for her to bring out al gore, bernie sanders, michelle obama hitting the trail. she needs people to get out here there and talk on her behalf. does she not. >> every campaign does. every campaign needs surrogates. listen, hillary clinton is concerned about a couple percentage points in a couple of key states like ohio and florida. well, al gore is good for one reason and one reason alone. it's not because al gore is going to win her the election and bernie sanders she is not doing well with millennials. millennials are still not
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there. the issue they care about most is climate change. climate change voters vote on climate change and climate change alone. if they don't turn out in states in ohio like where there is fracking and still pro-fracking and still accepting money from oil and gas industry. >> they don't even know who al gore is inconvenient truth came out like 45 years ago now. >> i just took a long nap. as soon as i heard the name al gore. al gore so good at winning a third term for the democrats last time. he did a really great job. in his home state of tennessee. that was a layup election for them. he got crushed in 2000, really, his home state. and overall, really under perform expectations. this is the same old hillary. she is bringing out retreads from 1990s campaign laws don't apply to us. he plays in to the whole pay to play i went to speech al
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gore gave years after that election he was so bitter. >> isn't there something we can learn from the al gore experience, right? he was criticized for not bringing out bill clinton. >> right. >> he wanted to do it on his own. it wasn't until the last few days it seemed like he was bringing bill clinton out. she seeing something in that history there to make sure that she doesn't repeat that? >> maybe. but i think she is concerned about a few key areas. like i said, and i know you are not a fan of al gore. >> you said that. >> let me finish. had you 10 minutes; i'm trying to make a case. i'm actually helping your case. would you let me talk? >> sure. >> so hillary clinton has to do some things just to make some real policy decisions on the environment she has to go out against fracking and stop accepting money from the oil and gas industry. that's how she is going to win voters. not going to be prosecute politicians or celebrities. you can't put katy perry out on the trail and win
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millennials and can't get elizabeth warren progressives. even bernie sanders you have to make key policy decisions. al gore won't step up until she does this. he has put his reputation on the line over climate change. >> bernie sanders supporters. will they come to her side one speech, i think since the convention. will they come in droves to get out the vote for her? >> absolutely not. what's hurting them is those deplorables and desperate comments. >> you are a supporter out there as one of the leaders. people in the movement that issues actually care about. jobs. the economy. just because bernie sanders is 74-year-old socialist sitting senator for decades says vote this way doesn't mean the actual voters who gave the $27 and they are backing donald trump because is he representing now really what the people are -- disaffected about. what they're disappointed in their government about. and allot of that is being left behind in an economy that hasn't had 3% g.d.p. growth in 8 years. >> 30 seconds. >> bernie sanders are not supporting donald trump. there is no evidence of that
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whatsoever. >> ohio, florida. >> they do but that's not when w. bernie sanders voters. they do care about the issues. hillary clinton won't step up. >> take it to the green room, guys. be nice to each other. >> i would love to hear from our viewers will al gore hurt or help hillary clinton. email us on facebook page. started with a failed pitch on the show shark tank. mike [bleep] my company is -- don'ter with, it's only your biggest moment in your life. >> now, his paddle board company is making millions every year. but that's not the big headline. he says the 8-hour workweek is a mistake. is he going to joint us to explain why, next. plus, new fallout from colin powell's email leak and involves one of america's closest allies that story at the top of the hour. i said, listen. i traveled every road in this here land ♪ i've been everywhere, man ♪ i've been everywhere, man
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it all started as a not-so-perfect pitch. >> my -- [ bleep ]. my company is -- >> don't worry, it's only your biggest moment in your life. >> that was four years ago. today, the paddleboard company is a big success set to generate $9 million in revenue this year. that's not the reason he's making headlines today. his new book is called "the fire hour workday" and claims the eight-hour workday is less productive. argues makes society and businesses more productive. stephan, great to see you.
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five-hour workday. so you have a successful company and you told your employees to figure out how to condense work into five hours or move on. why? >> yeah, we were operating like a start-up, but we're a lifestyle company, we have to live our brand a little more effectively. we're going to switch to a five-hour workday, we're going to do it for three months and go back to regular hours. five-hour workday 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., no lunch. and you basically are going to figure out how to do your job, everything you were doing before in those five hours or you'll be fired. so put pressure on them, but on the other side i'm giving their life back 1:00 to 11:00 at night every day in the week they have a workweek better than most people's vacation week. >> what's the advantage of this for you as an ploiemployer? why are you in favor? >> this is how i've been working for about 10 or 15 years. all of my entrepreneurial friends, everybody i know is thriving in the economy right now is getting into work, getting their work done and getting out of there. >> so just for our viewers who may be confused by the concept.
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here are your rules for how to work less but achieve more. >> this goes in a lot of company things like 80% of your profit comes from 20% of your customers. 80% of your problems come from 20% of your customers. >> that's for sure. >> if you apply this to your time, like if you're spending eight, ten hours in the office, there's two to three critical hours in there. there's really producing all of your output. and if you analyze what your inputs are and outputs are and what you're doing on a daily basis and you basically eliminate those eight hours that you're just wasting your time and you try to double down on what it is that's really moving the ball there. that's how you increase productivity. >> question though. >> sure. >> it seems like it would be great to have a lot more free time, but aren't we sort of put here to achieve something? i mean, maybe sitting on the beach or paddleboarding isn't the purpose of life. maybe you should spend a lot of time working toward making the world better, for example. >> sure. that's a good philosophical question. i would say the point of life is not work. we're not economic slaves put here to just work.
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i would say that work is basically this thing you do to finance your life. and your life can be, you know, whatever you want to do. and some people are very ambitious. and they want to work more. this is about creating a new baseline for workers and then they can use their other time to do what they want. me, i'll go off and start another business. i like to work, right? some people like music. some people like -- >> wait, you're going to work five hours a day but then start another business and work another five hours at that? >> sure, sure. i mean, this is about what you have to do and what you want to do. >> right. >> and work should be like you do what you have to do to finance the rest of your life. and if you want to, you know, volunteer in your community or coach little league, you should be able to do that. that is productivity in america, too. we're too focused on the gross domestic product and we should be focused on the gross happiness product because it's about increasing quality of life or nobody would work at all. >> that's interesting. what an interesting book. i don't know if i'm sold, but
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i'm intrigued. >> you got to read the book. >> thanks. good to see you. >> thank you. big final hour coming up. chris stirewalt, geraldo rivera, both live stay tuned. who's with me? i'm in. i'm in. i'm in. i'm in. ♪ ♪ one, two, - wait, wait. wait - where's tina? doing the hand thing? yep! we are all in for our customers. ally. do it right.
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and the right environment in new york state for business to thrive. let us help grow your company's tomorrow- today at business.ny.gov good morning. it is saturday september 17th. i'm abby huntsman and this is a fox news alert. a plot exposed to assassinate two members of congress, details about the would-be killer, the targets and how he got caught straight ahead. and then it's the talk of the presidential race this morning, donald trump highlights hillary's hypocrisy on firearms. watch this. >> i think that her bodyguards should drop all weapons. they should disarm. >> so she gets to protect her family, but you can't protect yours? that was his point. somehow the media's calling it an assassination attempt. chris stirewalt and geraldo both here to weigh in this hour. and hillary clinton has been called many things, but this one we didn't see coming, "the
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washington post" adding, fashion icon to her list of accomplishments. claiming that soon all women will dress like this. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ king ludwig had it right. when he had that first big birthday celebration oktoberfest, it was in october, they moved it to september, it's the celebration of the fall of the harvest in germany. and we're celebrating out here on the plaza this morning. it's my favorite time of the year. >> with some polka dancing. >> there's literally not a world holiday we will not celebrate. when. >> coming up later, last year, first of all, they had the big
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steubenville, not ohio, steuben parade, they have the big celebration in central park today, they do a stein holding contest. last year i think the champion held it for 29 minutes straight. i don't know how he did it. we're going to do it on the plaza. >> update to what's happening. abby is on the couch because she makes the couch better. >> that's sweet, far from the truth. >> had a third child, her name is eve, as cute as the other two. >> you do have cute kids. >> thank you. >> while you were sleeping, he was reproducing. now the race to the white house, donald trump fully raising deplorables while hillary clinton tries to stir up controversy about her opponent. >> garrett is live from d.c. >> good morning. the trump campaign and its supporters have clearly embraced hillary clinton's description of them as deplorables and last week that was on full display. he walked out to the theme song
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of the broadway musicalle music label of badge of honor for many trump supporters. after a rough couple weeks including clinton's deplorables comment, her campaign is trying to shift the focus back on trump, which is criticizing the nominee for comments he made on gun control accusing him of inciting violence and encouraging an assassination attempt on hillary clinton. take a listen to what trump actually said though as he was criticizing clinton's hypocrisy for wanting to take away people's guns. she herself has armed bodyguards to protect her 24/7. >> i think that her bodyguards should drop all weapons. they should disarm. i think they should disarm. immediately. what do you think, yes? yes. yeah. take their guns away.
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she doesn't want guns. let's see what happens to her. take their guns away, okay. it would be very dangerous. >> campaign issued a statement again trying to depict trump as dangerous, saying donald trump has a pattern of inciting people to violence, whether this is done to provoke protesters at a rally or casually or even as a joke, it is an unacceptable quality in anyone seeking the job of commander in chief. if you look at the latest poll numbers, there's good reason the clinton campaign is doing everything it can to change the narrative from clinton's health, her family's foundation and her numerous other scandals. in the latest real clear politics average she is now leading trump nationally by just a point and a half. to put that in perspective, two weeks ago she was ahead by six. >> isn't that amazing? >> thanks a million, garrett. let's bring in our old friend chris stirewalt. good morning, chris. >> i ain't that old.
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>> by our standards of young people. so you kind of get what trump is saying. he's saying this is hypocritical and it's part of a long pattern of hypocrisy. so she's against carbon footprints but flies private, for diversity but sends her daughter to sidwell, et cetera. >> et cetera. >> she has armed men around her. why is the press making it sound as if he was calling for her assassination? >> he wasn't calling for her assassination, he was lazy. he was linguistically lazy. and they're going to bust him on it because, well, because they're going to. but in addition to that he requoed them yesterday, as somebody said, he tricked the press yesterday into it was a trump triumph. he fooled the press into coming and giving him an info mer shl for his new hotel in washington and covering a lengthy rally where former -- where retired military officers endorsed him, something that would have never gotten the kind of coverage it did. so in the end he could execute his flip-flop on birtherism.
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so they're mad, so turnabout he tricked them, now they're tricking him and so it goes. >> so here's what the "new york times" said. they said donald j. trump once again raised the speck tor of violence against hillary clinton suggesting on friday that the secret service agents who guard her voluntarily disarm to see what happens to her without their protection. is this a matter of the media not fully listening to what he said and being a bit lazy about it? because we all heard the statement he made. it was pretty clear what he was trying to say there. >> well, let's make no mistake -- >> they might not have been the best words he could have used, right. >> make no mistake that was sloppy. he should do better than that. i understand the philosophical point. this is exactly why his new handle handlers, why he has a pollster in charge of his campaign, why he's on a more disciplined message, because you don't leave the door open for people who are not going to give you the benefit of the doubt to make things out of what you say. this is why he should stay on teleprompter, why he should be the disciplined candidate that
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he is as garrett was mentioning earlier the race is back to being close and he needs to stay in it. >> you talk about having a disciplined message. we heard after hillary clinton's pneumonia break that she took over the weekend that she was going to come out and talk about families and children and that was what the focus of the campaign was going to be going forward. >> no. >> and then you have her campaign responding to trump and calling him names and going back into that mess again. we thought maybe there would be some elevation from her side. is she still on message, or are we changing back again? >> you and me both know what the rest of this dadgum campaign is going to be about, and that is going to be these two human beings who are not well liked by the rest of the country trying to make the other one less likable even still. this is going to be a heinous race to the bottom as these two campaigns try to destroy one another day after day. >> to your point you always want what you can't have. michelle obama was out on the stump for hillary clinton and things got a little bit awkward when the crowd started cheering for michelle instead of hillary
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clinton. watch this. >> it is so hard to believe that it is less than two months to election day. and that my family is almost at the end of our time at the white house. yeah. it's almost time. and let me say, i have to say -- no, no. >> four more years! >> you can hear them, they're shouting four more years. chris, does this highlight the biggest challenge that clinton continues to have, just the lack of excitement even among her own base? >> well, yes. so double edged sword here. when you bring out -- michelle obama is very popular. and she is beloved obviously by democrats, but she's broadly popular too. she and her husband are keys to hillary clinton's hopes of generating enough base enthusiasm because as polls continue to show, donald trump's
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support remains steady. he doesn't go up, but he doesn't go down either because his voters are out for him in force. hillary clinton has a lot more slack in the line because younger voters and minority voters continue to be skeptical of her as their champion. so she needs the obamas to do this for her. but as they come out, as you say, it reminds folks that, well, she's not her. >> yeah. so just to the race generally, i'm reading this piece in new york news the other day, i know, i'm the only one, and in it there's a coat from fleischer quoting, trump's not going to win -- virginia's over. we know that. so i go to the rcp numbers and i see actually virginia has thinned the margins to three points and trend lines are hillary straight down and trump straight up. doesn't mean he's going to win, but should we start thinking what we think we know all the dumb people posing in washington as smart people have been telling us? >> hey, leave us dumb people posing at smart people alone. i got tuition to pay.
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i got tuition to pay. no, look, i would say this, the race is close in a lot of states. it's closer in texas than we thought. it's definitely closer in arizona, georgia and a lot of places. here's why. these are two candidates functioning at the bottom of the register. they're both in the low 40s. this is what you see in an election where you have 20% of the electorate that is saying either neither or someone else. and that is indicative of a dissatisfied electorate. and i think a lot of states look closer than they probably are because people are refusing to make their minds up because they're dissatisfied. >> chris, sadly, i'm a podcast junkie. >> man. >> i listen to podcast constantly. when i learn you and dana perrino launched a pod cast during the dnc or around that time, i immediately subscribed and i loved it. now they're taking this podcast, i don't know what they're thinking. they must be crazy. they're putting it on television, right? tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. >> uh-huh. it's true. and i was really encouraged by all of the moves that i saw
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taking place in the fox news channel. i thought this place is doing a great job. then they gave me a television show, and i started to question their judgment. i started to have doubts about this. but they got perino on it, so we can't screw it up. >> yeah, it launches tonight. >> we're going to do crafts. probably a lot of crafts. i'm going to do some bob ross painting. no, look, it's 5:00 on sunday, so we're going to treat people with humanity and decency. we're going to tell them the truth, do it in a fun way. there will be games. and, tucker, you will be asked to participate. >> you described as a family show, which i love. >> yeah. >> really cool. i can't wait to see it. >> yeah, i love people. >> good to see you, chris. good luck with the show. now to some headlines this morning. we begin with a fox news alert. four police officers shot down in the line of duty in two separate cities, philadelphia and ft. worth. first in philadelphia where sergeant silvia young was shot at least eight times while sitting in her squad car, and
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survived. the shooter tried to get away but not before opening fire on another officer and four civilians before he was shot dead in an alley. well, he left a note leading investigators to believe he was targeting police and on purpose. and in ft. worth, texas, two officers were shot while responding to a suicide call. they returned fire killing that suspect. both officers had surgery overnight and luckily are expected to be okay. and a sinister plot to assassinate two congresswomen foiled by the fbi. investigators arresting a tennessee man who was trying to kill congresswoman tulsi gabbard. the 35-year-old planned to fly to honolulu on november 1st and open fire in a courthouse. apparently he was angry over not receiving disability. more bombshells revealed this morning in e-mails leaked for former secretary state colin powell this time claiming israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons pointed at iran. in an e-mail to a close friend, powell writes, quote, the boys in tehran know israel has 200,
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all targeted on tehran. and we have thousands. the white house says those numbers are estimates and that the retired general hasn't been briefed on the situation. and those are some of your headlines this morning. >> notice they didn't say it wasn't true though. >> no. thanks, abby. coming up here, shocking confession from a gitmo detain knee, what he claims about the 9/11 attacks. plus, donald trump says his economic plan will create 25 million new jobs. will that message win him the election? and is it easier said than done? charles payne is here to break down those numbers and he joins the couch next.
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>> if we lower our taxes, remove destructive regulations, and we have to do that, unleash the vast treasure of american energy and negotiate trade deals that put america first, then there is no limit to the number of jobs we can create and the amount of prosperity we can unleash. instead of driving jobs and wealth away, america will become the world's great magnet for innovation and job creation. >> all right. so is that the message that will win donald trump the election? here to break down the numbers our old friend charles payne, host of course of "making money" on the fox business network. great to see you. >> great, thank you. >> the hardest -- >> fox business is huge. >> yeah, we're rocking. >> you guys are crushing it because of your great analysis and the energy you bring to helping us understand this stuff. so this message about getting rid of regulation, about becoming a beacon of innovation
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for the world, you know, we're still dealing with a republican controlled congress. he still would have as president have to deal with congress that seems intractable. can't get anything through there. is he going to be able to do that? >> you're right about the congressional numbers. we know both agree on infrastructure spending as a spark. but ultimately i think if you take your message to the american people, you will get pressure because there are two schools of thought. i think the democrats essentially have said to the american public, we peaked as a nation. now let's find a way to share in what's ever out there, let's share the wealth. i think what donald trump is talking about is going back not a virtuous cycle federal reserve fueled but animal spirits, the dna that sort of made us the greatest country in the very first place, the roots of this country. we need people to understand that they should go out there whether it's the garage tinkerer or whatever, go out there and start these businesses. but they need to bein
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incentivized. tack of paperwork and once you do that get taxed to death and once you do that you're ridiculed. we've been dissin ce disincenti. >> he's talking about lowering taxes by $4.4 trillion, 3.5% gdp growth and adding 25348 new jobs. when you read those numbers, charles, how should we think about that? is that even possible? >> let me put it to you this way. there's a statistic we don't talk about a lot, we should. it's called employment-to-population, the ratio the highest it's ever been is 64.7%, this is in april of 2000. if we were at that level right now, we'd have 13 million more jobs. at a level that we've achieved before in this country. we wouldn't get 25 million in a four-term, but over a two period, two-term period under the right circumstances, i think 25 million jobs is certainly attainable. >> interesting. >> but again, we got to get back
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to made us great in the first place and that's the dna of america. the sort of idea that every single person in this country can go on and do whatever and be whatever they want. we see scattering examples of it. >> getting rid of regulation, letting businesses do what they do best. >> that's a good part. that's the mechanical part that says, okay, if i do want to start a business, make it easy for me. don't discourage me. >> interesting. charles payne. >> yeah, i can talk about this stuff for a long time, guys. >> and you do. better than anyone else. >> thanks, charles. the congressional black caucus rips donald trump over the birther controversy. >> donald trump is nothing more than a two-bit racial arsonist. >> we will not elect a chief bigot. >> geraldo rivera is here to react to that straight ahead. he is leiderhosen.
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quick look at headlines now. idaho getting stuck with an unfair share of syrian refugees. just the city of boise getting 118 since last october. and that's more than democratic like new york city and los angeles which only had 54 refugees combined. and pope francis says having open arms to refugees will actually keep us safer from terrorists. the pontiff is encouraging europeans to let people sleep in their homes, calling hospitality the greatest security against terror attacks.
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clayton, over to you. what do you got, my friend? >> thank you, abby. moms and dads know best when it comes to baby gear that makes their life easier. fit pregnancy and baby magazine asked 85,000 parents to vote for their must-have baby products. here with some of the results min di walker, executive editor. mindy, great to see you this morning. >> great to be here. >> crying in my ear i hear because we have a newborn at my house. best diaper bag? >> this is by skip hop and parents love it it's very unisex, which is a trend in baby gear. you pack it, mom can take it, dad can take it, looks good with my outfit or your outfit. >> you can put an ipad in there too. >> that's right. >> the other important stuff. best stroller. this is always a point of contention. >> this is by graco. it's great because it's lightweight. also when baby gets older you have areas for food. it's got a nice big storage compartment so you can put stuff in. >> you're forgetting one of the most important parts of the stroller, which is the stop. the drink holder for the parents.
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>> that's right. you can put your coffee here, a big large coffee. >> exactly. that's very important. >> that's true. >> so then let's move over here. >> this is to our -- >> the highchair. >> this highchair is also a great highchair because it's four in one. it starts out for a baby. it actually grows with your baby four in one. that's something that's been popular with furniture for a while with babies, but now we're really seeing it with gear. this is a terrific highchair by graco. >> i've got a lot to learn. >> i know, there's a lot of ways to go. >> expandable tray. >> that's right. but a small footprint. >> let's talk about the best bottle. >> the best bottle. so this bottle by dr. brown's is a long-time winner. and it's really great for gassy babies. so that air vent in there is very specific for helping the flow so your baby burps better and doesn't feel as gassy. >> this green thing, yes. >> the green thing in there. >> very important to put in there. you don't want a gassy baby. >> you don't. unhappy parent. >> that's right. from the bottle we go to the nap nook. this is so important. >> this nap nook is fantastic. first of all, parents are loving
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it because it's created the design by jonathan adler, a famous designer now working for fisher price. so this looks beautiful in your living room. babies sleep a lot during the day. >> our men behind the camera weren't sure which one this is. here it is. guys, this is the nap nook here. >> that's great because it looks great, babies nap a lot during the day, not the night. put your baby in there, yet the design looks beautiful in your living room. >> look at this. >> it automatically rocks. >> the auto rocker. >> right. >> so you can literally go out and have a pizza. >> i don't know if we can say that. >> don't do that. all right. and then we got the best pillow. >> best pillow. this is a boppy. this has won all 19 years we've been doing this contest. it's great for nursing. you wrap it around you, but also for bottle feeding because, you know, your arms need to rest. you're feeding your baby eight times to ten times a day. that looks great. >> yeah, our baby's cluster feeding right now. >> so wear it the whole time. >> my wife walks around with
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this the whole day. finally -- >> before we forget sfwl the odor eater. >> that's right. this diaper pale out in brand new colors. you never have to touch it because it has an automatic step. you step onto put the diaper away. and parents love it because it looks pretty in the nursery but yet also keeps odor out of the nursery. >> yes. we have the diaper genie the last time, it was fantastic. >> people like to have them everywhere, upstairs and downstairs. >> great to see you this morning. >> thank you so much. >> saved us, you don't want a gassy anchor either. [ laughter ] >> hey, geraldo rivera is on the plaza. it's oktoberfest time. he's going to be joining us for our celebration out there. we're going to talk about politics and lieterhosen when we come back. "the washington post" adding fashion icon to the list of hillary clinton's accomplishments claiming more women should flaunt their power like this. i guess it's not about the outfit, it's about her power stance.
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wow. >> is that us, clayton? >> this is your embarrassing shot of the morning. >> wow. >> it's rick, abby and myself in lederhosen. i think we should do the show like that every day.
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it's free. >> you know what's fun about this show i'm learning? you never know wlast going to happen. i walked out of the studio and they literally had a dress you're going to get in this. >> you're a german polka dancer now. >> i've been doing this show for nine years now, the greatest show in television, but one minute you could be interviewing a senator, the next minute you could be interviewing a monkey. >> true. and then you can interview geraldo rivera coming up in two minutes. >> geraldo is off camera mustache adjusting. >> he got out of his lederhosen. >> yeah, he's a great sport for the show. we have some headlines we want to get to this morning, starting with this, a young woman's death could have been prevented. and that is what family members are saying after their daughter was beaten to death by her boyfriend who is reportedly an illegal immigrant. police in texas say this man, that you can see right here, confessed to a killing -- confessed to killing his girlfriend because he thought she was having an affair. well, he is charged now with murder. bond has been set at $1 million.
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wow, terrible story. one of the most dangerous terrorists at gitmo says saudi arabia recruited him for the 9/11 attacks. he's an expert bomb maker telling u.s. authorities he was directly contacted by saudi royalty while training to be a pilot in the u.s. with two other 9/11 hijackers, this despite the country's claims it had nothing to do with 9/11. also, ohio governor john kasich is making it very clear he probably will not vote for donald trump. >> is it still possible that you could vote for donald trump? >> very unlikely. >> okay. >> too much water under the bridge. >> and it did not stop there. governor kasich also said he wasn't worried about being blamed if trump lost in his home state of ohio. he also said he wasn't voting for hillary clinton either. and is not going to tell anyone who he's going to vote for. we'll see what happens there. hillary clinton has been called a lot of things, this morning she can add, quote, style icon,
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to her resume. that's right, "the washington post" declaring the democratic nominee and her pantsuits influential to new york's top fashion designers. the post says, quote, clinton's proximity to the presidency has invited designers to reconsider the relationship that women have to power and how it manifests in attire and style. well, the post also claiming victoria beckham, here you can see on the left, as clinton's disciple saying reflect a woman more at ease with her body. who knew. pantsuits are the style. >> north korean style a little bit. not that i'm against them, but they do kind of evoke power and authority. >> you like the kim jong-un look. >> yeah, authoritarian way. >> rick and i were thinking about getting the kim jong-un haircut. >> listen, if i had the hair, i would do it. those days are gone. my chances are over. hey, let's talk about weather this morning. it is feeling like fall for some people out there, especially
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across parts of the west and far northern plains getting some shots of cooler air moving in this morning. 50 as you're waking up in rapid city. picture across areas of the northeast, mid-atlantic, ohio valley, a front will be pulling in from the west pretty slowly. it will bring scattered showers. not a washout. tomorrow that moves across areas of the mid atlantic and southeast. scattered showers across the lower mississippi valley and across areas of florida. carolinas looking pretty good. in across areas of the northern plains, a cool start, but you're going to warm up quite nicely and showers out across areas of the great lakes as well. and finally, in areas of the west, a really beautiful day. temps cooling down a little bit, but we have some rain moving into the pacific northwest and that's going to be with us for the next couple days. back to you inside. >> thanks a million, rick. appreciate it. geraldo rivera is here. >> hi, guys. >> you were just dancing outside. >> yeah. and drinking beer. what do you do on your saturday morning? >> that's what we're doing here on "fox & friends kwt."
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we're talking about news of the morning, we saw overnight donald trump make comments about hillary clinton and her bodyguar bodyguards. we're going to play that sound and get your response and the media's response. watch this. >> i think that her bodyguards should drop all weapons. they should disarm. right? i think they should disarm. immediately, what do you think? yes, yes. take their guns away. she doesn't want guns. take their -- let's see what happens to her. take their guns away. okay. it would be very dangerous. >> so what he's saying is if you take anybody's defenses away -- >> good morning, good morning, good morning. >> good morning. >> if you prevent anyone from defending him or herself in a dangerous world, you increase the likelihood someone gets hurt. >> come on, come on, what a spin. >> that's not spin. >> first of all, he's been on -- >> she can have guns but you can't. >> he's been on a historic roll. ever since mexico he has cut her lead by high single digits,
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maybe even ten points. he's reversed the momentum in the race. he's made himself seem a plausible candidate. he's got to not say stupid stuff. >> why is that stupid? >> that is stupid because -- >> and let's see what happens to her? to the former first lady, secretary of state, senator, take her guns away. >> why should she be protected if we can't be protected? >> come on. i just gave you the three titles that she has held. she's a prime target -- >> so her life is more valuable than mine? >> yes. >> i don't believe that. i'm an american. i don't believe that. i think that's wrong. >> not that your life is more valuable, it is that she is more targeted. why would -- with all due respect, you know, you are -- >> what about bodega in the south bronx, his life -- >> isis is not going to target tucker carlson or the bodega owner in the bronx. isis will target the former secretary of state who they hate because they hated her policies.
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>> listen, listen -- >> you're missing the point. he already has the second amendment vote. and she's not taking away people's guns. if she wants to reinstitute the brady ban, that's not taking away people's guns, i submit to you. hillary clinton has been pretty reasonable. she's not a whacko on the second amendment. for him to say let's see what happens to her, it's at least inciting editorial writers to say -- >> that's the point. she says global warming is a problem, she flies private. you want to use public schools, her kids go to public schools, this is of the piece, let's be real for a moment. >> i think when you consider what he said maybe some of those second amendment people will take care of her earlier, saw what happened there. it is a total distraction from his message. i talked about the historic roll he is on. the more statesman he is, the more chance he has of getting the middle. he already has the excited right
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vote. he needs the moderate -- the militant moderate vote. >> and to your point there's a lot that he could work off of already including the deplorables comments that she's made more than once, tim kaine even spoke on that. let's take a listen. >> there are some who are motivated by darker motions. they're not in accord with american values. i mean, when you have david duke doing robo calls telling people to vote for donald trump, which he did just a couple weeks ago, that is highly troubling. and she was basically saying some of donald trump's voters are motivated by these dark e emotions. >> all trump has to do is focus on his economic message and point to this. point to the fact she's turned off half of the electorate. i mean, that's all you got to do. >> yesterday i started seeing t-shirts, i'm deplorable, or deplorable this or that, or deplorable me. it was a wonderful angle that he could really work. there she's an elitist.
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there she is separating herself from the great math. there is her 47% moment. and to then therefore instead of concentrating on that real solid issue to go up on let's see what happens to her if secret service stands down. >> that's your political analysis, but doesn't truth matter? doesn't -- isn't truth a defense? if you say something that is true, perhaps it doesn't help your campaign, who cares. maybe it's worth saying because it is true. and it is true that her life is not more valuable than those of my children. period. >> with that logic you go up to someone who's overweight, you know you're overweight, or you know you have pimples or you know you're too skinny, what about good manners? what about good manners? >> where are hers? she's telling me i'm not allowed, i don't have a moral right to defend my family but moral obligation to pay for the defense of hers? >> here you have a candidate of the washington elite, hillary clinton, who made a statement that reinforced that notion that she is of the washington elite. there you had a wonderful wedge
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to get some of those moderates, to get some of those millennials and instead you go and say have the secret service stand down or strip them of their weapons, which is a preposterous notion. >> is it more preposterous than telling me i can't defend my family? >> the defense of your family is a nonse kwa tor. i understand you have the right to defend yourself and your family, but you don't have the right to strip the candidate for president of her secret service detail. i mean, it is absolutely farcical, the whole notion is farcical. it is intentionally exaggerated. and i submit to you that this is the time in the campaign 50 odd days left where he should be as straight as he possibly can be. stick to message. >> focus, focus. >> i'll disarm when she does, that's my view. >> geraldo's going to stick around. he's not leaving yet. he's going to weigh in. we're going to get his weight when we come back. >> more after that beer.
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donald trump is nothing more than a two-bit racial arsonist who for decades has done nothing but fan the flames of bigotry and hatred. >> this is a disgusting day. donald trump is a disgusting fraud. >> we've had enough. and we're not going to take it anymore. we will not elect a chief bigot of the united states of america. >> so it was a remarkable day. the media comes out, gets todaytoday -- totally hoodwinked. >> they weren't going to come originally by the way. >> right. lures him to his brand new hotel, it wasn't until the last moment he mentions anything about president obama being born here. >> one sentence. >> why did he do that?
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maybe it would have come to the opening of the hotel, i think they would have certainly come as he showed off the grand ballroom and this is the presidential suite and four times bigger than the bedroom and the white house and things of that nature. he could have really gotten a lot of good will for the hotel. instead he made everybody angry with this bait and switch. you know, they come to hear him on the birther business, which he totally created and promulgated and continued for many years. they came to hear him say, you know something, i was wrong about that, or one of my basket of regrettables. i'm sorry, i went down that road. >> everyone thought he was going to apologize. >> why not a heartfelt let's put it to bed? instead he just sticks it to everybody. thumbs his nose. and, tucker, this is an example, again, of that lack of discipline. why can't he stay on message? >> i think it's a fair point. i will say it's a little much to be getting this lecture from the congressional black caucus.
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eight years ago steve cohen was elected congressman from memphis. good guy. he tried to join the congressional black caucus because he has majority black district. they wouldn't let him in because he was the wrong color. they are a racially exclusive group. for them to lecture anybody about racism it's too much. >> i think on congressman cohen you have a fair point. and i think that they are not immune from criticism. but when you are going to michigan and trying to say in flint, for example, that you know now mexico can drink the water and we can't, mexico builds the cars and we don't, that's good stuff. now going to detroit and say i want better schools for you, i want better policing for you. that's good stuff. and then to go with this birther stuff again, which is delegitimizing the first african-american president, you stick it to every black person and every college kid that cares about black people whether they're white, black, brown, red or yellow, it is -- i think, again, it's an example of an unforced error that he didn't need. and i'm telling you, this is my
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prediction. by monday afternoon the polls will have begun to swing back to hillary clinton. he has succeeded in blunting his own momentum and taking the pressure off her and the sneaky way they handled her health crisis, her frailty, her pneumonia -- secret pneumonia and all the rest of it. he took the focus off her, put it back on him. and i think that he now needs to restart next week staying on message, the economy is this, ford's taking small car production totally out of the united states to mexico, the transpacific accord is one-sided -- you know, stick to that message that has been resonating historic upset in the offing. don't blow it. this is like blowing it. >> you mentioned the poll numbers, and this is where we're at. it seems like the media is trying to cover every other story but what's going on in the
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polls. tucker was showing us earlier this morning the real clear average, the trend lines. you look at the momentum and how just given the last two weeks really has trump moving upward and hillary clinton moving the opposite direction. and you look at the two candidates. hillary clinton has been running for president for years and years. she's got the foundation, the ground game. she's got the money. look at donald trump, he doesn't have any of that. why is the media not focused on the polls right now and just the reality that it is neck and neck, especially in these swing states? that's a big story. >> but i heard tucker say accurately he's straight up and she's straight down. that's what trump should be talking about. i'm going straight up, she's going straight down. but when you distract people with the stuff -- when you allow "new york times" to get cheap shot headlines, trump who promulgated the birther stuff now claims it was hillary, falsely, politifact false 16 pinocchios. >> easy headlines for them. >> easy. you're giving cheap shot to your enemy. >> geraldo, we'd love to get you back outside in lederhosen
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because we've tried the food. we've learned how to polka. and we're going to get out there for the beer stein holding contest for our oktoberfest, with geraldo. stay tuned. >> that's a tease. i had that dream again -- that i was on the icelandic game show. and everyone knows me for discounts, like safe driver and paperless billing. but nobody knows the box behind the discounts. oh, it's like my father always told me -- "put that down. that's expensive." of course i save people an average of nearly $600, but who's gonna save me? [ voice breaking ] and that's when i realized... i'm allergic to wasabi. well, i feel better. it's been five minutes. talk about progress. [ chuckles ] okay. talk about progress. [ chuckles ] therthat can be serious,ere. even fatal to infants.
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new york city kicks off oktoberfest later today with 59th annual german american stuben parade, but we're celebrating early on the plaza. >> one of the main events held is the national -- it's german, whatever, beer stein holding contest. and you guys got to hold it there. joining us now the beer holding champ is jim banco. last year how long did you have
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to hold it up for? >> 17 minutes and 11 seconds. >> how heavy is this? >> heavy. >> about five and a half pounds. >> with one arm? >> yep. >> that's unbelievable. >> wow. >> larry, what are the rules here? >> the rules are simple. you hold it by the stem. it's a one liter, which means a mass kruge. if your arm is bent, we call you. but this being a german gig, if you spill the beer, automatic out. >> one minute, we're starting right now. >> one minute starts now. and go. >> i'm going to lighten my load. ♪
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>> you know this song, geraldo? ♪ >> and if you bend the elbow, you're out, right? >> yeah. >> how do you guys feel? do you feel good? >> they will be competing in the national title and a trip for two to munich. >> what time is this event? >> in about four and a half -- >> all right. we're going to be back right after this with more of this amazing stuff "fox & friends." remember here at ally, nothing stops us from doing right by our customers. who's with me? i'm in. i'm in. i'm in. i'm in. ♪ ♪
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for new york city. it's in. >> it certainly is. >> there we go. >> keg has been tapped. >> woo! with the election closing in, everyone's focusing on these numbers. but should they be focusing on our central bankers? the markets on edge over whether the federal reserve will hike rates or not on wednesday. and some here say that decision may decide who wins this november. hi everybody. i'm in for brenda butner. this is "bulls and bears." gary smith, john, along with katy and jessica. welcome, ladies and gentlemen. john, if the fed does hike interest rates next week, which nominee would benefit the most? >> there's no doubt about it, donald trump would benefit the most.

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