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it is terrible. jillian: jack, you're always so inspirational. we'll look forward to see what you have to say this week. thanks for joining us. have a good day. >> god bless you both and this entire network. jillian: "fox & friends" starts right now. >> new allegations of sexual harrassment against new york governor andrew cuomo. a new york democrat is joining calls for an independent investigation. >> this man has an attitude, opinion, that makes it believable. >> just a mess of guns behind her. >> a lot of people immediately noticed. >> usama bin laden for one liked to pose against a bookshelf with a gun. >> how dare you tellp anyone like me that the man's life work was to take my legs. >> if neera tanden is not conserved she will not become budget director. >> i'm not say she is a smoked
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turkey but the smoker is warming up. >> los angeles county sheriff says he will not face criminal charges after calling the crash purely an accident. >> cpac kicks off in the sunshine state with a welcome address from governor ron desantis. rush limbaugh said to become the first person conducted into the conservative hall of fame. ♪. ainsley: do not close your eyes. open them this morning. thank you so much for watching our show, we appreciate it. 6:01 here on the east coast. brian: we have a lot to discuss too but i don't want to brag, i was in the torch of the statue of liberty. ryan zinke brought us up to the torch. you're not allowed up there. i'm the interior secretary. he goes downstairs, gets the keys we walk up. when you are in the torch you can see the top of the statue of
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liberty's head. ainsley: my aunt went up the crown, you had to walk up the spiral staircases. brian: i don't know what the french were thinking. they should have left more room. it was a nice thought. steve: the key up in the torch, or the crown, don't close your eyes. brian: right. steve: listen when we came into work today it was beautiful here in new york city. 45 degrees. brian: took my shirt off. steve: why did you put it back on? brian: we had a sew to do. steve: good idea. pete hegseth is in orlando where it is 57 degrees. he has extra shirt on because it says dixie bell cafe in the great city of orlando. pete: brian thanks for putting your shirt back on for us. the weather is beautiful. get 45 degrees in new york. dixie belle cafe outside of orlando. we'll talk to folks all morning long on "fox & friends." as you mentioned, the
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conservative political action conference is down the road at hyatt regency. we have a series of shows. i will host all weekend. we're checking in. it is all about the conservative movement, the future of the republican party. of course former president donald trump is speaking on sunday. a lot of people had to change their travel plans to stick around for the sun speech, leave on monday instead, including myself. we'll be here all morning at dixie belle's cafe. come out. we're talking to the folks. taking pulse of the people. ainsley, you look very good in yellow. ainsley: so do you. we coordinated. we're check in with you all morning. more trouble for embattled new york governor andrew cuomo. steve: a former aide gives details on her claims against the governor. brian: ashley strohmier with more on the accusations. reporter: former aide lindsey
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boylan sharing her claims on the website medium, that cuomo kissed her after a private meeting without her consent. she also mentioned uncomfortable moments on a 2017 flight with cuomo saying he suggested let's play strip poker. boylan yet on to write i should have been shocked by the governor's crude comment but i wasn't. the governor denied allegations then and now. the administration responded to her recent claims, as we said before miss boylans of inappropriate behavior simply false. a new york democrat is joining calls for independent investigation. we must hold even the highest officials of our state accountable if we expect to rye store the public trust. this as the governor faces calls to resign over his administration's handling of data about nursing home covid deaths in the state. at a rally new york assemblyman ron kim and fox news senior meteorologist janice dean call on cuomo to repeal the pandemic
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immunity granted to nursing homes and hospitals and make public all his communications with people tied to those industries. back to you guys. ainsley: thank you so much, ashley. i read this entire article on medium this is unbelievable some of these claims. inappropriate behavior toward women was affirmation he liked you. you must be doing something right. he used intimidation to silence his critics, if you dared speak up you faced consequence. another cuomo staffer confided in her. something similar happened to her. ron kim is speaking out the democrat assemblyman in new york about his intimidation. mayor bill de blasio has spoken out about his intimidation and his bullying. in addition to that, if you read the article in medium she attaches emails that she received from people within the office, people like her bosses that said, he said to look up a lady named lease a shields. you could be sisters except you're the better looking
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sister. if you read on, lisa shields was cuomo's ex-girlfriend. none of the networks are covering this. it is unbelievable, exempt for fox. abc, cbs, nbc, zero seconds last night. this guy is, listen denying the claims. it is still a story, a news stories especially what happened with the nursing homes. no mention of it. it is predictable the other networks would protect them, not make it a news story. they couldn't find 20 seconds to tell the story of what happened to the woman she claims was sexually assaulted. if this happened to a woman in florida with another governor there, republican governor there, this would be all over the headlines. we all know that is true. brian: kind of interesting the most high-profile governor in the country, getting all these accolades from all walks of life, including around the globe, how he got an emmy, best-selling book, had time to write that which is stunning you see this, how could you not fit that into a story. even if you don't believe it this woman, who is a democrat,
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came out and said something about two months ago. she said after she saw the way he was how the governor berated ron kim that pushed her to go forward. she says expect a lot of pushback on me. i know they have to do that in order to keep their job. tammy bruce, listened to all this, weighed in last night on sean hannity's show. >> this kind of issue, whether it's sexual harrassment or sexual assault or losing a loved one in a nursing home who did not need to die because of an order about the governor, this does not care about a political party a woman is a woman. doesn't matter what party you belong to, what you believe on policy, but what you've got here. civil or criminal action, it is one thing. but we're looking at a man here, who has had no compassion. he has been careless. there has been empathy in facing the nursing home scandal. no admission no passion at all for having been wrong.
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no real apology. blaming everyone else. brian: so as "new york post" writes in an editorial, yes, these are all allegations. cuomo has every right to give his side of the story. on the other hand when christine blasey ford accused brett kavanaugh of sexual assault the governor insisted everyone believe her. demanded that kavanaugh take a lie-detector test. all right, governor, take a lie-detector test. steve: you could think, what are the chances of anything happening with mr. cuomo here in new york state, it is called by democrats. look at washington, d.c., house republican members of the oversight committee are calling on governor cuomo to come testify into the nursing home deaths. are they going to get very far? don't know. probably not. last year they asked governor cuomo to provide information and come down and talk. wouldn't do that. they have sent him three letters. he has denied each one of them. essentially stonewalled. then you got ron kim yesterday
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at that rally that ashley was talking about, he said in addition to the fact that mr. cuomo should return $10 million that he received in contributions from the greater new york hospital association because he put into one of the bills a removed their liability. but now ron kim is calling for congressman jerry nadler, a democrat, to convene hearings into the nursing home death toll in new york. will jerry nadler be able to move the needle? stay tuned. ainsley: he says that nadler has denied that request. so we'll see what happens. so, as the confirmation for the omb director is hanging in the balance, the lady has been nominated, neera tanden, you her her name a lot, key senators are coming out against her after a lot of her tweets have been revealed. she had hawk tweets. she deleted 1000 of those tweets recently, tweets attacking gop senators and attacking bernie sanders and used to work for
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hillary clinton. once said bernie sanders was russia's choice. lisa murkowski, did you see the tweet about you? no. i was surprised to learn she had tweeted. all these individuals say they will not vote for here are a few of them. senator collins, senator romney, senator portman, senator toomey, senator joe manchin who is the democrat, senator capito. she will need one republican to say i will vote for her. brian: joe manchin said i will not vote for her. she is totally irresponsible. she is pundit on the outside. she blisters everybody. how did you think this would not come forrd especially alienate bernie sanders who you need on your side. you didn't give a heads up to bernie sanders you would put her forward as the omb director. i will go up to mitt romney, go up to lisa murkowski, mitt romney, i will see if i get them to vote for her because they're moderate republicans. collins says you got to be
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kidding me. lisa murkowski was thinking about it, when the "huffington post" reporter, did you know she tweeted about her. what she said about the lisa murkowski doing the president's tax reform. no offense, sounds like your high on your supply. susan collins, she is the worst. ted cruz, vampires are more heart. on bernie sanders. russia did more to help the dnc than random internal emails helped hillary. this is not a way to gracious eight yourself with the left or right. the administration said we will get her a job if she can't pass this we'll get her something else to appoint her too. steve: the administration is not willing to throw in the towel yet. lear is chief of staff ron klain. >> neera tanden would be a superb budget director. she would be one of the most outstanding budget directors we had. she knows policy. she knows you how to get
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something done in washington. she is a great candidate for the job and certainly worth fighting our guts out to get her confirmed. we can't make someone acting director of an agency who has not been senate confirmed. that is the law. if neera tanden is not confirmed she will not become the budget director. we will find a place for her to serve in the administration, doesn't require senate confirmation. let me be clear, we'll get neera tanden confirmed. that is what we're working for. steve: doesn't look like that is going to happen. ultimately once again tweets will have done her in i'm old enough to remember when there were nominees for all sorts of cabinet positions where the nominees were disqualified because at one point in their lives they hired somebody from another country who had not paid social security tax. that was one thing. kimba wood famously, nanny-gate. this is completely different. because with the 1000 tweets it has been revealed that she is a
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partisan. she did not like a lot of republicans. it is coming back to haunt her. then again, joe biden has said he want as, you know, he wants to present a unified front with his cabinet. john kennedy, who has had some very colorful things to say in the past regarding this particular nomination had this observation yesterday on capitol hill. watch. >> i'm not saying she is a smoked turkey but the snoker is warming up. her tweets are manifestation of an attitude that concerns both democrats and republicans. omb is extraordinarily important job that one in that position has to try to be fair to everybody. and that i think there is a feeling it, may not be justified. miss tanden's allegiance is to one person, secretary clinton. and i think she is going to have
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a difficult time being confirmed. steve: prediction? she will not make it. brian: agree with ben domenech. she is the shiny object. the big problem problem is xavier becerra, pro lock down. into abortion anytime. a lockdown artist what he has done in attorney general in california. he would not commit to not getting rid of private insurance where 80% of us get rid of our health insurance. he would focus on expanding obamacare. this guy could have the whole country locked down. look out for his nomination. pay attention. steve: he would be the secretary of health and human services during a pandemic. brian: no experience. steve: probably want a doctor but he has one qualification. he was one of the people who helped write the affordable care act. that ultimately is the aim of this administration, ainsley, keep that thing alive. brian: dangerous. ainsley: chris hayes, a host
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over on msnbc, he said something that got our attention. if you are a republican, if you are pro-gun, he compares you to the worst terrorist, one of the worst, if not the worst terrorist that we've ever seen. >> as weird as this image is, it is kind of becoming a trend on the right. republican congresswoman lauren boebert has built her political identity around guns. boebert carry ad glock around d.c. and capitol hill. released a video to make sure we all knew it. last thursday she zoomed into a virtual congressional hearing with just a mess of guns piled on the bookshelf behind her. a lot of people immediately noted the use of guns is props, the implicit threat comes with them as a long, not necessarily great history among various movements around the globe. osama bin laden for one liked to pose in front of a bookshelf with a gun prominently displayed. brian: with that, shannon bream, fox news at night, booked joey
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jones. he is a pro gun guy, who also served in the military. how do you feel about that analogy of guns in the background being equated to bin laden? listen. >> i have a million ideas on how to make our gun control policies that we have today work better and i will work with you on it but if you want to know why second amendment advocates are so dug into the dirt it is because you can't even properly classify a firearm before you tell me you're going to take it away from me. you're not going to do it by restricting my rights. i do not believe my freedoms are worth giving up to be less safe. let me tell chris hayes, how dare you tell someone like me that i'm anything like the man whose life's work was to take my legs and dozens of my friends lives. i'm sorry we disagree but you weak-minded individual, how dare you say something like that to me. i take that personal. brian: angriest i ever seen him.
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unbelievable analogy. tell you this, in the big picture, this is the takeaway. one-a is the wheel green new deal. destroy oil and gas. 1-b on biden's agenda, or people around him agenda he is people representing is to take away guns. first thing is going away is ammo. people are talking about this across the country. very hard to get ammo across the country. that is the second amendment. they will come after so-called assault weapons. steve: when i see somebody's zoom background, if they have guns behind them, that says maybe they are a hunter. obviously into gun rights, that would be a very bad house to break into. ainsley: right. that comparison, steve, sorry to interrupt you, that comparison should make everyone furious. this guy a terrorist tried to take every every thing away from our country. we had soldiers went over there and fought for everything, sacrificed it all to give our
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country back. steve: the reason he talked about it, donald trump, jr. put out a video message over the weekend where he was in front of some guns, that is why chris hayes said what he did on msnbc. all right. exactly 18 minutes after the top of the hour and jillian joins us with news from the west coast. jillian: good morning. let's begin with this. no criminal charges for tiger woods. the car crash leaving the golf legend from significant leg injuries is ruled an accident. the sheriff says the black box in tiger's vehicle will be pulled to determine if speed was a factor. woods is recovering from surgery, getting a metal rods, screws pins in his right leg. president biden revoking the trump administration memo to cut funding from cities deemed quote, anarchist havens of the latest executive order by president biden reversing a policy of the prior administration. portland, seattle, new york city, that saw unrest over the summer faced having federal
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funding cut over the trump administration order. a texas woman is suing her electric company one billion dollars for allegedly price gouging. lisa cory filed a lawsuit against power company griddy after her bill skyrocketed to $9,000. >> when i had power i was too afraid to heat unbecause i saw my light bill jumping. i'm hoping all the people this affected they get some relief. jillian: griddy reportedly told customers to switch providers before the storm in case of rising prices, by the time the message got out it was too late to connect to other companies. interesting to follow that. ainsley: that is a big electric bill she got. cpac is kicking off today. president trump set to make his first formal address since leaving the white house. cpac chairman matt schlapp will join us for the highly
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speechwriter, steven miller what to expect from donald trump's cpac speech on sunday, his first public address since leaving the white house. >> he will talk about the economy. owe will talk about opening our schools back up again so our children can learn, socialize, develop. he will obviously talk about the immigration issue, which the president believes i agree it is political suicide for the democrat party. he will talk about standing up to china, bringing back our manufacturing jobs. larry, he will talk about that blue-collar working class agenda. brian: there you go, cpac chair matt schlapp is live in orlando, outside of the cpac ballroom where the conference kicks off today. most people will look forward to pete hegseth speaking. other people will be looking forward to the president, matt, speaking, i have to ask you, after you spoke to the president, do you think stephen miller's outline the president will stick with? he will speak over an hour, right? >> he has never not spoken for
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well over an hour. one year he almost spoke 2 1/2 hours. i think i had to go to the bathroom twice during that speech, brian, not being a young man. the problem with stephen's job on fox the other day trying to say what the president will say, one of the reasons people admire, like the president so much and miss him, he thinks about what he is going to say right until he starts saying it. i think he is talking to advisors. people he trusts. trying to ask where should i go with this speech? he knows it's a very, very important reset for him and for the country and for half the country and so many people here in this ballroom. brian: matt, when you have mitch mcconnell break from the former president, when you have liz cheney among leadership in the house break from the former president, stick with that stance, you have a divided conference. what can you do to bring it together? what is your message? because i'm not sure there is enough spackle to do that?
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>> well, i would say that cpac has played this role, which i wouldn't have predicted when donald trump was coming down the escalator, basically into the -- we're going to listen to the guy, work with the guy. that turned into him getting the nomination. him being a great conservative president. one of the reasons he was great conservative president is because people like just didn't immediately go on the attack like so many establishment republicans did. they never really liked donald trump. they liked his policies but then they thought they could shove him off the stage. my message to the establishment republicans, you don't have to like trump to love his policies. you should love the millions of people he brought to this coalition. it is no longer about the elephant brian. not just about the republican party. it is republicans, it is conservatives who are this big, big minority in this country. then it is new maga supporters who might not have the same perfect philosophy other
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conservatives want them to have, they gravitated to him and love our movement. i want to grow this coalition. anybody wants to hurt this coalition i think is making a critical mistake. brian: matt, that is interesting, you will put rush limbaugh into the hall of fame, conservative hall of fame. you will have a great tribute to him, means so much to the conservative party, still does today. look forward to the speech. there is a lot of great speakers there too. senator cotton will be there, ted cruz, senator hawley, senator mccarthy, kristi noem, mike pompeo, ben carson, i'm circling pete hegseth's name. you always speak, matt. you always do a great job. thanks so much. >> i'm pro-pete, brian. brian: you're pro-pete, you're willing to take that stance? that is controversial. >> i know it is controversial, i know. brian: matt, go get em. >> thanks, brian. brian: up next outrage in oakland a teacher calls out two
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slams parents over the push to reopen schools. in a now deleted tweet special ed teacher bethany murray wrote all the rich white parents suddenly concerned about mental health can take a seat. most of them are causing their kids anxiety by pressuring them to complete a sanctimonious work and feeding into their sense of entitlement. sorry, not sorry. here to react two parents with children in that district. megan and sandra. thank you so much for being with us. >> thanks for having us. ainsley: you're welcome. meghan, what was your reaction when you read that? >> i certainly found it disheartening but what i will say, ainsley, two things trouble me more. one is the staggering mental health crisis that our children and teens are experiencing right now because some of them, especially here in california have been locked out of their school buildings now almost a year. pediatric emergency room visits skyrocketed this past year.
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the second thing, you know, also here in california, we have a void of leadership from the local or the state level to have done anything meaningful to get our kids back into the classroom now when we know it is safe. ainsley: sandra, what was your thought? >> yeah. i agree. it was hurtful and demoralizing for sure but this is really what happens when there is a failure to lead at the top levels of government. this is the new normal in my opinion and we're going to be living with covid or a variant of covid or another snake pig virus going forward and we need some leadership to get us back into schools and start figuring this out instead of, instead of what you see now which is, we're lagging as a state and we're having a lot of presumptions being made of the respective parties and we just need someone to push it forward for us. ainsley: yeah. it is like pouring salt into the wound, making it first to focus on rich white parents. this is about the kids.
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not about targeting individuals. we're going through so much as a country. not needed. this is a quote from the school district. we saw one tweet from a staff member that left many families disrespected and insulted. it has been shared numerous times by upset families. the staff member apologized for the tweet. we ask they remain from personal insults from the attacks, do not help the situation or others but only serve to inplame tensions. she is a special ed teacher at the school. she apologized. how is this affecting your children, megan? tell us about your situation? >> i have young kids, so does sandro. all children are struggling for reasons. certainly for young children, isolation of not being in school. it is incredibly challenging. it is heart for them to engage you know. so i have, you know kindergartner, second-grader. second-grader also has dyslexia. learning online learning, read to advance himself there, it is just really hard.
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again you know, we looked across the country. we see school districts not just back in hybrid, 47% of elementary school are back full time five days a week. another third are back hype bid. california 11% of our kids are back in school. it really is time. as sandor mentioned this is year into this. we need to figure out a way to get kids back in school. we know it is safe. we need leadership to do so. ainsley: sandra, is it like here in new york? lot of people moved out because of high taxes. when schools were closed, parents were frustrated? >> yeah. i mean i definitely feel like there is a lot of people reconsidering whether or not stay in public or relocating. from my family in particular, i mean, my daughter who is in third grade is spending way too much time on her screens and we're, ironically, she knows, she knows how to turn off the camera on a zoom when she goes to the potty.
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this is ridiculous. she is doing this. as a third-grader. she is really having trouble focusing and, and not really getting much learning done. frankly in oakland we have 72% of students are from low income families. those inequities in the education they're receiving are being exacerbated by this i don't think it is fair assume that you know, only a certain group of parents wants to go back into school. i think a lot do and we need leadership to make this happen, get us there to figuring out how to do this. this is the new normal. we need to start figuring out how to teach with these precautions. we need to do it now. a lot of the country is already moving forward and we're just dragging. >> to your point they have figured it out. they're just not all doing it. some are, some are not. megan and sandro, thank you so much for being with us. i wish all the best.
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i hope your kids get back in school. >> thank you. >> 6:37 here on the east coast. early for them. thanks so much for waking up early. cpac kicks off today, before that we're having breakfast with our friends down in florida. pete hegseth live in orlando ahead of the big event. we'll check with him coming up. ♪ advanced non-small cell lung cancer can change everything. but your first treatment could be a chemo-free combination
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isolate, they have to quarantine, they have to continue to wear their mask. it is not going to happen. grant you that it doesn't mean everybody vaccinated will be perfectly protected but we have to move on. brian: right after that segment they had to revive brian williams, that was not the answer that they scripted into the prompter for the doctor who, who is on the biden task force who just used logic to say if you're vaccinated you go visit your kids. anthony fauci has said over the last few days, even if you vaccinate, don't go to indoor dining. don't go to the movies. you don't go out. and then the day before he said if you're a senior, you got vaccinated, don't see your grandkids. that is illogical and that's why i think that before anytime anthony fauci speaks he should have a school exist, sociologist, one of them next to him, to talk about the implications of being shut down and shut in from schools to seniors to life. because you lose your job, you lose your livelihood and for
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some seniors they lose their life because after a year, it feels hopeless. that is what has got to be weighed against. i could not believe that that doctor agreed. so that was special. ainsley: this is why a lot of people get a second opinion because every doctor will maybe tell you something different or in this case, fauci was saying i didn't want to answer the question, we haven't come up with a recommendation for that. this doctor agrees with you. everyone can make their own choices. brian: ainsley he flips back and forth. we know it is okay to go back to school. only 1% chance of infection rate in school. parochial, schools here in long island. we know for a fact. the next day i don't think so. he is playing politics. you can't play doctor and politics. pick a rain. he is a full-time anti-trump per. that is what he is, whatever joe biden says he makes a mistake i will cover for him. i don't know if it increases his
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pay rate or not. >> it will be great if we get to that stage. i saw a preview where pete is down in dixie belle's in orlando where he is having "breakfast with friends" who are not wearing masks inside because you don't have to apparently when eating. pete: you don't have to. that is deed the case, steve, brian. get someone following anti-trump fauci around, getting a second opinion at any moment. everyone would agree. we're at dixie belle's here in orlando, talking about cpac. things are a lot different down here in florida than they are in new york city and around the country. florida is mostly open. we have a lot of great people to talk to. this table of regulars. check out the table. seal of the president in the middle. this is the first-responders table. this place loves law enforcement, first-responders, military. you have law enforcement officers in the corner as well. jerry, art, jeff, mike. two of which are in construction. other, art is a small business owner. jeff prefers to be retired but
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does real estate as well. florida has been more open. you guys have been involved in business. how is the business of construction right now? >> construction is doing fairly well. we were considered an essential business. so we were never really shut down. so most of the projects have started were able to finish because of fortunately our governor has allowed us to continue to work although officewise we had to to start working from home but the job sites we can go to. pete: art, how important is it open? >> it is huge. our business is down 50%. we supply a lot of insurance companies downtown also working from home right now. people in the construction business, car dealerships, tire places are keeping us above water until this gets past us hopefully one day. pete: absolutely. jeff, real estate has got to be a good business to be in down here?
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>> it is. very good business. i help a good friend of mine who owns numerous properties in town. staying busy. hasn't affected. people are paying their rent. we haven't had a lot of issues with anything like that. still a lot of maintenance to be done. pete: sure. mike, you have been in storefronts and glass. >> we've been open. other than the fact we had to do some work at home. our businesses stayed the same. i just think we're very fortunate here. i consider myself very fortunate to live with governor desantis in charge. i think he is leading the charge for our state. pete: guys, when i brought up the name governor desantis to this table and place, double thumbs up all the way. thank goodness we're open for business. a lot of folks here we'll ask him about the president's speech on sunday. because a lot of anticipation for him at cpac. of course we'll be covering that on "fox nation" as well. stick with us all morning here, guys. steve: pete hegseth live at
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♪. steve: families and some lawmakers rallied together in new york city in city hall park yesterday demanding governor andrew cuomo be held accountable for the state's nursing home crisis. >> on march 25th, 2020, cuomo issued a mandate that said 9,000 covid patients to unprepared nursing homes. he gave them a license to kill. >> voices for seniors has been standing not as a group for hatred and vendetta but broken families left in the wake after fire through dry grass. steve: that last speaker was vivian who lost her mother anna martinez about a year ago after
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she was exposed in a new york state nursing home. oaf live yaw joins us with her stir alexis, they are the founders of the group, voices foreseniors. good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: lydia, start with you, i know you spoke yesterday at the rally outside of city hall. does not seem in new york city as if anybody in democratic control is listening to these claims about andrew cuomo and the nursing home scandal? >> yeah. it sure appears that way. we're going to continue to apply pressure. i think they have to recognize that it is not just the 15,000. there are many seniors that died of the extreme shutdowns. if we tally those numbers together, it is humanitarian crisis. steve: alexa, what do you think is going on? why won't people address the issues of you know, did cuomo make a mistake? whys hasn't he apologized to the families? his secretary melissa derosa apologized to lawmakers,
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democratic lawmakers, making their re-election harder last november but they have not apologized to families like yours? >> i think the reason why they don't apologize is, because that would be admitting that they actually did something wrong. as a former, as a democrat, i voted for governor cuomo. my mother did as well. and we expect the other democrats to step up and do the right thing. their political party affiliation and, whether they know or are friends with governor cuomo should not stop them from doing the right thing. they are public servants. steve: yeah. >> they work for people like me and my mom and other people voted for them. we would hope that they would eventually do the right thing and not side with governor cuomo. steve: sure. vivian, i know republicans in congress, in washington, d.c., are trying to hold hearings into it but nancy pelosi won't let
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them. yesterday at the rally you were at city hall park assemblyman ron kim called on jerry nadler, who is from new york, and a democrat, to hold some sort of a hearing. you know what? jerry nadler is going to see this. we don't know that he saw the rally yesterday. what would you like to say to jerry nadler about investigating what happened at new york's nursing homes. >> well, we would like jerry nadler to know that the families, of, for variety of reasons had our loved ones there, we're believing all along they were safe. so it is basically, we need to restore the faith and trust in our nursing home system and the leadership in the state of new york. steve: indeed. alexa, bench you go, do you, you know, i know they're trying to end governor cuomo's emergency powers. they run through the end of april, but democrats are reluctant to do that. at the very least they should pull the plug on that, right?
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>> absolutely. there should be no reason why he still has the capability of making executive decisions that affect other people. he already wiped out enough seniors and others that are still in lockdown. steve: right. but the problem is for you ladies and others is that the deciders on these things are all democrats, just like mr. cuomo. vivian and alexa rivera, we thank you both for joining us and talking about your mom, anna hernandez. >> thank you, steve. >> thank you. steve: you bet. we reached out to the governor's office but you know what he has not called us back. we're going to step aside. senator mike lee will join us in a couple of minutes right here on "fox & friends". throughout their lives. at newday usa, we have va refinance loans to do just that.
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back in school. >> a failure to lead at the top level. ainsley: cpac kicks off today and donald trump makes his first public address. >> the country, so many people are here. ♪♪ i was born free ♪♪ steve: the empire state building, this song would be better from the last hour. people in the empire state building are also free. mostly empty now. ainsley: to go to the observation deck is $15. brian: it cost me $15 to have another verse to that song. >> seeing all the structures in new york i have a greater appreciation, the men who built america, it is a great show on prime.
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we are talking, not so many brian kilmeade fans. >> hurts my feelings. >> reporter: we love brian kilmeade and steve. we are talking to folks headed to cpac, the president speaking out on sunday. a lot of people changing travel plans, it is wonderful to be talking on small business owners, a few more in the next hour. how they survived 2020, how much gratitude they have for governor desantis at apologies in florida, a lot more capable of an environment where businesses can survive. for people who survived it down here. back to you guys.
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jillian: it is 7:03 on the east coast. turning to capitol hill warehouse democrats pass coronavirus relief tomorrow. >> reporter: the fight over the minimum wage increase, trapped inside a class, should i stay or go? that will be decided by a woman rarely in the spotlight, elizabeth mcdonagh determines if it qualifies under special budget reconciliation rules. chuck schumer says it does. >> according to the congressional budget office raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour has a significant budgetary impact. which makes it permissible under the senate reconciliation rules. >> reporter: republican save mcdonagh leaves it in, it is bad for business.
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>> in the middle of a pandemic, 11 million americans lost their jobs, the last thing you do is increase the cost on businesses. >> reporter: also the $1,400 stimulus checks, $400, weekly unemployment benefits, expansion of the child tax credit, $350 billion for state and local government, $100 million for rapid transit expansion, the overall size and scope of this bill, has senator john kennedy slamming it. >> this isn't a coronavirus bill. this is left of lenin the oh socialist wish list. >> if they run this through, the house expected to vote for the stimulus.
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>> a member of the joint economic committee, i want to get an opinion on the rescue plan, just past $900 million with 92 votes in the senate, that was in december. now you go back to $9 trillion. 5% go to the schools, 9% go to shops. new york state get $12.6 billion. the city gets $5.6 billion. looks like silicon valley gets millions of dollars and chuck schumer gets a bridge from buffalo to canada. where do the american people fit into this? >> this is a boondoggle for the left. this is a relief package for poorly managed democratic states.
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and and and because of things like this they do that. jacking up the minimum wage, the congressional budget office. 1.4 million americans will lose their jobs as a result of that. these are not rich people losing their jobs, this is shameful and shouldn't do this. >> the wall street journal did an analysis, $1.9 trillion, had nothing to do with coronavirus. something being considered in the senate, nomination of xavier both sarah, attorney general from the great state of california to be secretary of health and human services. i know a lot of people are wondering about that. he was asked yesterday about a gigantic federal takeover of
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healthcare. senator, watch this. >> what assurances can you give, to those to some sort of medicare for all approach, we both agree the most important thing, and i am here at the pleasure of the president of the united states. he wants to build on the affordable care act to achieve the goals president biden moved forward. >> probably that is why he is joe biden's pick but the most important thing is to get everyone in the country covered, he doesn't say is it private healthcare? to take care of your doctor bill?
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>> sound even less reassuring than the false promises given a decade ago when we were told if you like your health insurance plan you can keep it and turned out to be utterly false. this is in the direction of british and canadian nationalized socialized healthcare. don't get me wrong. if you live in vermont and one socialized medicine you should be able to do that in vermont, don't make the rest of us do it. this is why these things need to be decided on a state-by-state basis, nothing but congress. >> near a tendon, the most controversial of all the nominees, nominated for omb director and joe manchin is opposing her. a lot of others said that too, put pictures of other senators that said no, we are not going to vote. they will need one republican to say yes. what is going to happen here?
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>> i don't think she will get through it. she made some explosive comments that have been very divisive. those things don't bode well for someone's chances of achieving senate confirmation. my prediction is this is a nomination that will be withdrawn. steve: a democrat who realizes how unqualified he is, before we move on, do you know any democrats wavering on xavier to sarah, attorney general of california? >> i don't. i hope to hear more on that today but it is very possible you have somebody wavering. they haven't said so publicly to my knowledge but i keep asking around to see who is aware who might be wavering. steve: and see how unqualified he is. what caught me by surprise, there is a movement in congress to take the power of the football, the nuclear ball away from the president. is a letter to joe biden on
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nuclear weapons vesting one person with this authority, they threatened to attack nuclear weapons, it cut other officials to address concerns about the president's judgment. they don't trust joe biden with the nuclear football? >> apparently not. one argument or another with regard to what extent we are involved in foreign conflicts and one could have one opinion or another about as what point it is appropriate for congress to declare war. the fact is the president is the commander-in-chief of the armed forces. this is why we subject presidents oregon rigorous review process. they have to win election. once they won the election you really do have to pick that horse and ride it, let the president be the
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commander-in-chief. it seems weird to me they take that away. who are they going to give that to? a committee? in addition to being wildly unconstitutional this would be horrible policy. remember what happens when you put a canadian in charge of protecting the capital? brian: you will be speaking at cpac in orlando. it will be interesting to hear what you have to say. where we find us at the end of february after the general election after the impeachment and everything else, the republican party is fractured. how do you describe where the republican party should go from here? >> i have a vision for the republican party, identify shortfalls of government, limitations of government, things we can restore within our
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own party, and in many cases, not every federal decision needs to go through executive branch bureaucrats. something i will be talking about tomorrow, the bill of rights. our less appreciated rights like freedom of assembly. these things are important, in my small town we speak of little else. jillian: he will be speaking on sunday at 3, we will air that as well. appreciate you being here. jillian is upstairs, has some headlines. jillian: rose mcgowan standing by former governor andrew cuomo. lindsay boylein, sharing claims on the website medium. they suggested playing strip poker.
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she believes boylein, truth leaks from every word on the screen, it is monstrous. president biden's climate envoy john kerry raising eyebrows as experts on general michael flynn. washington times report on colluding with iran during the trump administration to engage in shadow diplomacy to save the iran deal, experts call the meeting reckless and even more appalling than the communication general flynn was prosecuted for. no criminal charges for tiger woods. the car crash leading the golf legend recovering from significant leg injuries is ruled an accident. the sheriff says the black box in tiger's vehicle, told investigators he has no memory of the crash. check this out. incredible new images of the
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to new biden administration policies. in a letter to fema our next guest is an influx of migrants in arizona would affect the health of thousands of residents at risk. is anyone missing that is listening? the defense of emergency and military affairs, major general of the arizona michael, we've seen this movie before. it is ugly. people fled across the border, the border control is overwhelmed, facilities aren't adequate and politicians, the decisions they make affect you guys. you are trying to get ahead of this. what do you hope people get from your letter? >> my letter was intended to simply ask our federal government partners to pump the brakes, collaborate, communicate the efforts. anytime we change migrant policy we see a huge uptick in what is already a stretched thin resourcing base in border
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counties and we are trying to prevent an emergency on top of an already statewide emergency for covid-19. steve: euro to the senior official, you want fema to react. what are you seeing that worries you the most? >> we are seeing small uptick in changes to policy and fema's role in this i hope never gets engaged and we never get to an emergent situation. we saw in 2014 and 2019 with top-down driven policy changes coordinated with a whole of government community there's impact on transportation, medical services, first responders and overtaxed food banks. we have been laser focused on those most at risk in our communities. todd: in the middle of a pandemic we can't go to movies, we are going to make border patrol go out there to central
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and south america and ask them to put their lives and family lives at risk? do you feel you have to scream from the mountaintops for people to understand how important this is? >> we have a great relationship with customs and border protection agents locally in arizona. in arizona we have been tasked to surge badges to the border. they do great work. as military officer, and state emergency manager involved in many issues, if we don't coordinate at that level it is bound to be troubling. >> you got to banks and desks and get in there because we know the president said 100 day party and all deportations and we know getting rid of the remaining mexico policy spells more than trouble for you guys. >> if we do see the numbers that
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are predicted it will cause very real resource requirement risks for our border counties and we call on the federal government to bring arizona stakeholders to the county. i am asking for this. trying to make sure if and when this policy is fully implemented not only have we thought it through but we have federal resources to help those counties so they don't bear an undue burden. brian: you are very deliberate in your approach, very direct with your letter, very polite. do you feel people understand what is about to happen in do you encourage your attorney general to sue the federal government in order not to have this hundred day plaza? he has success in texas. you encourage your attorney general to do the same thing? >> i've not engaged with the attorney general but your
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question about arizona, arizona knows the value of the border, we opened 390 miles of mexico, it is our primary route for congress, primary trading partner. we want open entry commerce with mexico but we also understand a pending statewide emergency, all of our border states are under a separate emergency for covid-19. any large influx of people will put additional strain on housing, transportation, medical services, first response and education. brian: it puts the whole country little on arizonans in danger. please be relentless. appreciate you joining us this morning. >> appreciate you giving me the time. brian: extremely important job. appreciate that. students at the university of chicago channeling cancel culture.
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jillian: john kerry being called un-american for meetings with iran during trump's presidency, reports say the talks were meant to undermine the prior administration. todd piro joins me. todd: they draw comparisons between him and general michael flynn after a washington times report accuses him of working with iran during the trump administration engaging in shadow diplomacy an effort to save the iran deal. experts calling those meetings reckless and even more appalling than communication general flynn had with the russians. regarding statements to the fbi about those talks. here is iranian refugee and former trump official on john kerry's meetings.
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>> what exactly was it john kerry was telling from? ignore america until we are back? quite unbelievable. todd: the washington times adding the trump administration was trying to set up a back channel iranian officials to defuse tension those efforts failed because obama era officials were meeting with iran instead. the logan act bars private citizens which john kerry was during the trump administration from engaging with foreign nations in unauthorized talks that undermine us foreign policy. in other words, not at the behest of a current or incoming administration. steve: a group of students at the university of chicago fighting against largely 1-sided political culture they see on campus. they launched a group highlighting conservative and libertarian with a mission that reads we demand not to be called. with free expression, it is precisely the point of the use
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years of intense study. the founders of the chicago thinker, good morning, ladies, nice to see you today. the daughter of sean and richard, we will start with you. why are you saying we don't want to be called? >> self-censorship has become a sickness. we experienced cancel culture, so has audrey and other people we know. we are sick of being canceled was we are canceling the canceling and we will start this newspaper to showcase
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conservative ideals, and the courage to say what they think in the classroom which is supposed to be the one place you are supposed to think for yourself and have debate. steve: the wall street journal did something about your paper, the headline is no speech calling chicago. a new journal from students who refuse to be canceled. i'm looking at the demographics of your school, the survey at the beginning of the 2020 class. 3 quarters identified as liberal or very liberal, 50% moderate and 10% conservative. would you say the majority of the student body is accepting of your point of view or don't like the fact that you are seeing things they don't like? >> the majority were vocal about politics who are not supportive of our speech. when you look at the students
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who speak out about their values and principles on campus they do not want conservative voices, that, to challenge that and show conservative and libertarian principles, we deserve a voice and it is important to have the battle of ideas on campus. steve: the class received a letter informing them the university of chicago we do not support so-called rear warnings, we do not cancel invited speakers because topics might prove controversial and do not condone creation of intellectual safe spaces where individuals can retreat from ideas and perspectives at odds with their own. it sounds like the administration is on board with what you have to say but you say in the commercial break, in the last week or two you have gotten
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so many hate letters from people angry at the university who don't want to hear the other side. >> else up to that standard. the onset of publication, we receive lots and lots but what is important, the amount of messages we get from students and professors so happy we are doing this, giving them the courage to stand up because students are afraid of being socially ostracized by their peers and professors are afraid of being canceled by students in the classroom. steve: it has to be refreshing to some that you are taking a stand. a lot of american universities, doing what you do.
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>> we received a letter last night, the student reached out and said i wanted to tell you thank you, i thought i was the only one, the only conservative on my campus. it is refreshing to know i am not alone. my answer is yes, i love to talk about students and it is so important to spread the message that conservatism and libertarian students are on these campuses, it has been really exciting to watch as so many of my peers and friends join the conversation. steve: what is your website so people across the country can look at it? >> thechicagothinker.com. steve: thank you. good luck.
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ainsley: cpac is taking off today in orlando, it leads up to their guest speaker, donald trump who will a on the future of the gop in his first public address. todd: let's bring in peter hegseth who is talking to voters in colorado. did i say colorado? >> colorado is locked down, florida is open. check your geography.
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they won't take any offense. i mentioned brian kilmeade, a big fan of brian kilmeade. we are talking about the economy, florida, and the lightning round with this group about what they hope to hear from the president at the end of the segment when he speaks on sunday. you are a restaurant owner and been one for many years but you also opened a restaurant during covid-19. >> i wouldn't have done it if i had known covid-19, we've been in the restaurant business for 42 years. we had time to mask some reserves. we opened the bar three times with every time we got it open it got close, they had to close it down. i understood that because of covid-19. after that we opened a shoney's restaurant in october. it has been tough. we made it but the bar has been
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doing good. everybody is drinking right now. i got to say that. leave it with the lord, whatever happens will happen. we do what we need to do. as far as shoney's it is coming around. working with us as far as royalties. 100 year restaurant chain, shoney's 72 years old. >> have to have a governor who was open. >> if we were closed we would be out of business. >> reporter: you do parking at the airport. >> i have a parking lot which got hit hard. christmas would be 4000 cars, 600. covid-19 heard that. the airport has gotten busier. people aren't leaving, this is a great place to be.
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that made a huge difference. one of the touching moments, i have a new grandson i can't even see who is in the hospital. hopefully home on friday. the two the negatives i got with covid-19 -- >> a nonunion -- >> reporter: why aren't some schools opening? >> i think kids need to be in school. if you love your job and doing what you were called to do you need to be one. >> reporter: the president will speak sunday. what do you hope he says that cpac? >> he is governor to santos as an example, open up america. >> i would like him to open up america as well and let us all go back to work and traveling
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again. another great america. >> this into the people and open america and bring our great country back. >> reporter: hoping to hear by 2024? there's a lot of energy here. bobby might run. we just announced a candidate right here. in warm colorado, florida. at least you did break some news. ainsley: you read the word, colorado, orlando. >> reporter: a lot of dough at dixie bell. steve: let's talk to janice dean. pretty nice day in the northeast, temperatures in the 40s.
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>> janice: florida looking good was a cold front bringing colder air to the plains states along the cold front where we could see potential for showers and thunderstorms in parts of florida. let's look at satellite radar imagery. the west coast, several systems, heavy rain and mountain snow, we call this the pineapple express, deep tropical moisture moving in from the pacific and that is giving us the potential for winter weather advisories, winter storm warnings, feet of snow in the mountains where we have winter weather advisories and i want to point out santa ana winds are very strong today, 80 miles per hour, up to 80 miles per hour, that will be a danger across southern california and the fire danger will remain high. as steve mentioned in new york city, in the 40s with mostly sunny skies.
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ainsley: california simile slated to consider a new bill requiring retailers to go gender-neutral in all their children sections. those who don't comply could be fined $1,000. good morning to you both. tell me what you think about this? >> after living in california for several years it is amazing
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to me how much more ridiculous that state can get. you've got high employment, homelessness, and opioid epidemic, all the problems you are experiencing in california, on the brink of recalling the governor but their priority is making sure we virtues signal, make sure everything is gender-neutral, renaming schools, that shows you the priorities of california. i hope this is just one more thing that. california closer to recalling the governor because everything runs downhill. his virtues signaling starting this and it won't end and to get rid of the big guy. jillian: when i take my daughter to the toy store you just go to the aisle where you are interested in buying a toy. is this even necessary? >> most people -- i would love to give brilliant political analysis but most people are saying this is done. we know there's a difference. it is ironic you have people that have said believe science and yet they don't understand the biological difference between a boy and a girl and that is what it boils down to, this merging of the genders. this anti-male society is it says it is a problem for males to have guns and knives and wants to be the black panther
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and superman and female superhero like wonder woman, they want to merge it all together. as much as they would love to hear a political answer they realize there's a difference between the sexes. boys like blackened girls like pink. ainsley: what is in store for cpac? >> we are happy to be in florida. we will be hosting and all access show, giving you a behind-the-scenes look at what cpac is. it hasn't kicked off but the energy is so high we realize what is at stake and what is happening to our country and the theme of this year's cpac is uncanny so america, we will bring the heat and fox nation is here in a big way. ainsley: what are folks saying?
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the first time donald trump is taken the stage since the inauguration. >> expect based on our sources he will prosecute his case of where joe biden has taken america, he will go through the policy changes he has already enacted, there will be a healthy balance between what we do here today. a lot of our audience members are upset, they don't like the direction of the country but also upset at the fact that they don't hear from the conservative movement on what the agenda items are. what went wrong in the past election? as much as we want to get the hopeful and inspiring message we've got to talk about what they didn't do the past few years so we have legislators on, conservative pundits on, but push back, talking about
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election integrity, why didn't they have attorneys on the ground to ensure that, talk about -- why didn't they have people in georgia in the district where they realized stacy abrams was on the ground to give more black outreach. we will talk about this inspiring message and happen to be here, fox nation is one of the biggest monsters at cpac and we are looking forward to meeting our audience members. ainsley: it will be live every day. we will be watching every day because we have prescriptions to fox nation. cpac all access live will start at 1:00 pm eastern time. fox nation is members only streaming service with exclusive access to original content and your favorite personalities. you can use the code cpac for a 30 day free trial.
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jillian: more trouble for andrew cuomo. >> former aide to the cuomo administration, without consent after a private meeting his office. ainsley: democrats aiming to pass the coronavirus relief bill. >> this is not a coronavirus relief package. this is a relief package for poorly managed democratic state. >> these are called cages but now they are called facilities. what changed? >> it is politics. that is the difference. biden was with obama in the administration that built those cages. >> a mess of guns behind them. a lot of people like to pose in front of a bookshelf with a gun. how dare you tell someone like me that i am anything like the man his life's work was to take my legs -- >> donald trump returns to the political age. >> the president will do a lot of i told you so because as you see they are repealing many of his policies that have been good
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for all americans. ♪♪ smile on your face steve: if you look at 30 fourth and lexington where the empire state building is it is a beautiful day in new york city, going for a higher 40s. the blue thing back there is the sky. haven't seen that in a while. today, not bad. jillian: ever been on top of the building? steve: i have, it is nice. they will take pictures of you. but it is not of the actual skyline. it is a fake background even though you're at the top. brian: it is like having fox nation coverage, kevin mccarthy will be a featured speaker, rally for 2022. pete hegseth almost changed, decided not to.
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he is in orlando. a lot of people think colorado. anything planned for this hour? >> reporter: not yet but i have 20 minutes before, lined up by then. until i get that mandate issued i'm not going to shave monday through friday but it is coming down the pike. there is not the same mask mandate in orlando or florida as they are in other places. a lot more wide open and get a chance to talk to the folks about business, the business at dixie bills and all around orlando and covering cpac which is 15 miles of the road, a lot of thoughts about the address he will be given for sure. you know it is not a big event unless we are doing a "fox and friends" diner next to it. we will be talking to the folks in florida some of which will be at cpac and some will not but
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how is the economy, how is their life and what is it like to be open in florida. amazing how different the world looks just one plane right away from newark or new york, a world away. steve: the one thing about the mask, you can't see that you haven't shaved. >> reporter: that is true. i covered it up until the very end. steve: live report with the diners coming up. meanwhile our top story, new trouble for embattled governor new york governor andrew cuomo. ainsley: new details to the previous sexual harassment claims against the governor. brian: ashley stroll my are joins us with 4 is when actor speaks out in support of the former aide. >> rose mcgowan standing by lindsay boylein with claims on
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website median allowing he kissed her without consent after a private meeting. also mentions uncomfortable moments on a flight with cuomo saying he suggested let's play strip poker. she wrote i should have been shocked by the governor's crude comments but i wasn't, cuomo's administration denying the most recent claim writing, quote, the claims of inappropriate behavior are simply false. mcgowan believes boylein, truth leaks from every word on the screen. it is monstrous. you can read more of the interview on foxnews.com. a new york democrat enjoying calls for independent investigation writing in part the highest officials of our state accountable as we expect to restore public trust. the administration at handling about data on nursing homes,
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covid-19 deaths. new york assemblyman called on cuomo to repeal the pandemic related immunity granted in nursing homes. >> at that rally, in addition to calling on governor cuomo, giving back $10 million in contributions to the greater new york hospital association which removed their liability regarding the coronavirus. ron kim called on congressman jerry nadler to convene a hearing on capitol hill to look into the nursing home death toll. close to 9 months, nancy pelosi pulled the strings, nothing has happened so far.
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we had with us a couple women who were down at city park yesterday, they lost their mom, hernandez coming in a nursing home. they say it is imperative governor cuomo be held accountable for what he did. >> expect other democrats to step up and do the right thing. there political party affiliation, whether they are friends with governor cuomo should not stop them from doing the right thing, for people like me and my mom needing to restore trust and faith in our nursing home system and the leadership of the state of new york. we need to apply pressure, we have to recognize not just 15,000, many seniors that die of extreme shutdowns, it is a humanitarian crisis.
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>> so amazing when you hear the stories, those that voted for him. they want to have answers. want to know why you did this, you actually work for us, we voted for you and you work for the government and it is being suppressed, all this information being suppressed. and he wants to see the data, communications, information, it has been suppressed for 7 months and he does want cuomo to return the money from the new york hospital association, he got $10 million for the campaign and networks don't even cover it, didn't cover the sexual harassment claims for lindsay bowman, did not cover it yesterday, not even 20 seconds. when you have a high profile governor, most high profile
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state, and it comes down the pike, you don't cover, don't know how much you make of those decisions. and he was convinced everything donald trump did wrong but should be reversed. he had a border, beginning to build the wall, bolstering up and increasing the pay raise for the border patrol, right away joe biden came in and ran on this, talk about kids in cages, his administration did it, more than 700 kids crossed from mexico, without parents, had to put them somewhere. that facility is the same facility donald trump had women. know what is talking about kids in cages. what do you do with kids who
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come across the border, you can't buy them back, can't get the personal jet pack, can't let them into the country, 5 countries here with the team population. jen psaki was asked about this. >> hhs facility for migrant children, he said it is not kids in cages. we have seen some photos of containers. is there a better description? is it kids in containers? >> we had a number of unaccompanied minors, children coming into the country without their families. what we are not doing which the last administration did, was separate those kids, rip them from the arms of their parents at the border. we are not doing that. this facility in texas which is very opened has been revamped. there are teachers, there are medical facilities and our objectives is to move these kids quickly from there to that end, sponsored families and places
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where they can safely be. >> you come to the border we will get you to america to a family where you live for free? how did they get here to begin with? are they getting up one day and say instead of going to school i will walk 1000 miles to america? among the people not buying it is the guardian, left-wing international newspaper, british newspaper said this, biden is locking up migrant children. will the world still care what trump does? butterflies and rosy banter, say hello, decorate the child's detention center, into thinking this is humane. have no other choice but it is too bad you ridiculed the previous administration, you have the same problem trump did and now you come in and have the same issue and act like you are surprised. brian: steve: the same facility trump to call the heat over a couple years ago.
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that right there is what peter doocy was talking about yesterday, not kidding cages, kids in shipping containers. those are shipping containers, the kids are in their and jen psaki said a couple days ago the reason they are doing this is because of coronavirus and things like that. i heard from people in the border patrol, the kids are not socially distant, they are right on top of each other in those shipping containers, where's the outrage, it was outrageous when donald trump did it, we saw the chain-link fence, the chain-link fence stuff at that facility as well. lara logan was with us. you know what this is about? it is politics and clearly a double standard. >> the difference is obvious. it is politics. on the one hand the biden administration, biden was the
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one who was with obama, who build those cages, that was frustrating at the time during the trump administration to see the headline and all the hype and media hysteria across the board over the cages. it was disappointing because i was speaking to agents telling me they were using the exact same facilities they were using under biden under obama. steve: when peter asked about you have been keeping the children longer than the law allows, that is true but it is because of terrible weather in texas. unless the administration broke the law. ainsley: controversial and sad to see these images of kids, breaks my heart to think parents are sending their kids, paying individuals to bring their kids
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up to give them a better life. this is america. we are pro-immigration but pro do it the right way. you want kids to have an opportunity to have the best life possible. that is why donald trump build the wall because he wanted to deter people from having to enter the country illegally. i don't want to see kids ripped away from their parents, nobody does but this is the same facility that was used for donald trump. steve: where's the outrage? ainsley: chris hayes said something that got our attention. he was comparing if you are a republican and your pro-gun that you are compared to a terrorist, usama bin laden. >> as weird as this image is it is becoming a trend on the right. republican congresswoman built her political identity around
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it, carrying a glock around dc on capitol hill, released a video to make sure we all knew. last thursday she zoomed into a virtual congressional hearing with just a mess of guns piled on the bookshelf behind her. lots of people noted the use of guns as props has a long, not necessarily great history in various movements around the globe. usama bin laden for one like to pose in front of a bookshelf with a gun prominently displayed. steve: joey jones shoots guns, fights with guns, he was at war, from our channel and has done some videos with guns in the background and to equally it to usama bin laden is so out of bounds, there is not even close to the sideline. joey jones weighed in last night on shannon bream. >> i have 1 million ideas to make our gun-control policies we
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have today work better and i will work with you on it but if you want to know why second amendment advocates are so dug into the dirt because you can't even properly classify firearms before you tell me you're going to take it away. you are not going to do it by restricting my rights. i do not believe my freedoms are worth giving up to be less safe. let me tell chris hayes how dare you tell someone like me that i am anything like the man whose life's work was to take my legs and i am sorry, you weak minded men individual's -- >> the reason joey was on her show last night, after chris hayes said that, how dear you compare me to usama bin laden. i understand more about sacrificing, that we are experience.
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exactly what joey jones -- in response. 8:15 in new york city and chilean joins us with the latest from president joe biden. >> reporter: the president revoking the memo from cities deemed anarchist havens. for the prior administration. portland, seattle, and rest over the summer, federal funding cuts for the trump administration's order. criminal charges for tiger woods, car crash leaving the golf legend requiring from significant leg injuries ruled an accident. determine if speed was a factor. he is recovering from surgery, getting screws and pins. a group of asylum-seekers excited across into texas today.
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25 asylum-seekers from the refugee camp will cross to brownsville texas with hundreds more in the following days. migrants are part of the trump era program forcing him to remain in mexico during us immigration proceedings. the set to become the first person inducted into the conservative hall of fame. back to you. ainsley: three months ago this restaurant owner went viral calling out covid-19 restrictions. >> everything i own is being taken away from me and they set of the movie company right next to my outdoor patio. >> as governor newsom faces threats for recall can small
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>> everything i own is being taken away from me. they set up a moving company next to my outdoor patio. tell me that this is dangerous
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but right next to me, after slapping my face, that is safe. this is safe? 50 feet away? jillian: it has been three months since california restaurant owner went viral for calling out the lockdown hypocrisy. something calls a grown to recall governor gavin newsom. this week he signed a $7.6 billion stimulus bill but will it be enough to save small businesses? joining us is the woman at viral video, owner of pineapple grill and saloon in sherman oaks, california. how are you? good to see you again. >> good to see you again. ainsley: what are the rules in your county? >> basically we are allowed to open for outdoor right before the super bowl but in la county
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we were not allowed to have tvs for the super bowl. that was something we had to get through. we are open for outdoors. it is going okay, still taking a loss. every day gets better and people do come out and support the communities always love it like that. it has been cold and windy. you have to deal with all the mother nature things. ainsley: you are spending $200, $300 a day to power your own heroes outside. >> it is every 2 and a half days if you can take that 2 or 3 times a week. a gas tank last you outside about 8 hours. we are open from 11:30 to midnight. to keep everybody as warm as we can. californians are not used to the cold weather and wind and run a
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restaurant before iran, i sold more liquor and less food. i am grateful people are getting to know my food but the costs are very thin, the margins, i have to have more staff. it is crazy. i'm only blessed because of the american people and the support i have had. i would not be here if not for the donations. i'm outraged at what is going on and what has happened to the small businesses in california and what they have done. it is an thinkable and to me it is a humanitarian crisis. it is huge, huge what has happened and what is continuing to happen. ainsley: there is a recall effort to go to another governor. the approval rating has gone down. in may, 64%.
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just this past january '52%. i am shocked, that is still a high number, 52%. what do you think will happen with the recall? will they get enough signatures? >> i have become a very big part of the recall. i have spoken out with them. i think the volunteers, what people don't understand is there have been people before even i jumped on, volunteers, grassroots doing this on their own since summer time. we are at 1.8 million gross signatures. we have one.one verified and at that rate, we are 85% verification rate. if we had 2 million, no doubt, no doubt the recall is going to happen and it needs to happen. it absolutely needs to happen. there is a bar in burbank the defied the orders to stay open because their entire family, the daughter, the 20-year-old son
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because of what she has seen, deterioration of her statement she was born or raised and the fax -- vaccine rollout has been so awful. the largest effect is the small businesses and it is disastrous. ainsley: you haven't seen any grant money, the american people are keeping you open. if you live in her area go visit pineapple grill and saloon and spend some money, wish you the best, thank you so much. the biden doj is backing out of a lawsuit to block transgender athletes from competing on girls high school teams. two of the students fighting for fair competition are here to react. ahead of tomorrow's vote on a $2 trillion deal the question remains, proposals like the minimum wage hike will stay in that bill. house minority leader kevin mccarthy is live to preview those.
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fair competition lost support from the department of justice. the biden administration reversing the stance the three female runners look to block transgender athletes from competing on girls high school team. two of those students, with alliance defending freedom council. let's start with you. what did joe biden's administration do? >> the biden administration stepped away from protecting female athletes as required to do on title ix and siding with radical activists. the damages and just in connecticut. even now the biden administration is pushing the so-called the quality act which would get legal protections for women across the country. in private spaces, homeless shelters. brian: is a female track
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athlete, compete against people who identify as female now but were born as biological males. >> there are great physical advantages to create a level playing field. steve: you say it is unfair. it is a demoralizing experience. steve: you have a twin brother and he is a very good athlete but he does not compete. tell us what happens when you and your brother tried to raise each other and what it means? >> i am one of the top sprinters in the new england area and when my brother doesn't -- when we run against each other he can
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beat me and that shows how males have advantages over biological females. steve: when you are in a race and another woman beats you, what does that say to you about what you need to do and what she has done? >> makes me feel like i should train harder next time because even though i don't get the top spot i got the spot that i deserve. steve: the attorney general for the great state of connecticut said transgender girls are girls and every woman and girl deserves protection against discrimination, period. we are all against discrimination, no doubt about it. by the biden administration, does it have to do with politics? >> politically motivated
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decision to stand with radical activists and everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect but we don't get protections for women across the board in order to accommodate certain preferences. title ix was designed to ensure athletes have a fair and level playing field. steve: back in 2019, tell us what would happen to you. >> 55 meter theash in the championships because i was placed in the top two spots taken by biological males if they were not there i would have been able to possibly be in a better position for college. steve: where are you now? >> i'm at the college of charleston in south carolina.
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steve: with the administration now pulling out, it was william barr a number of months ago who said we would be involved in the biden administration pulled out. what does that say to you? >> it is freshening to me because we worked really hard to get our stories out there, to get people to realize the situation and makes us feel our hard work was being undone. steve: what happens tomorrow in this case? >> there will be a hearing on a motion to dismiss but we will communicate with the court, girls deserve to compete on a level playing field, and we look forward to presenting those arguments. steve: thank you very much for telling your side of the story.
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it is 8:38 in the east end jillian joins us with the news. >> the killing of two sisters in juvenile court, the father of one victim criticizing the da. >> tearing la apart, policies are garbage. ainsley: he is issues that is accused of shooting atkins just weeks before his eighteenth birthday. in juvenile court he will face no more than 7 years for their murders if convicted. a texas woman is suing her electric company $1 billion for allegedly price gouging, lisa corrie filed a class-action lawsuit against the power company when her bill skyrocketed to $9,000. >> of time i had power i was too afraid to turn the heat on.
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i saw it jumping. the people that this affected i hope they get some relief. >> reporter: put providers before the storm in case of rising prices but by the time the message got out it was too late to connect with other companies. the girl's parents were cleaning one of her toys when they found this. more than 5000 fentanyl pills stuffed inside. the arizona couple discovered the drugs in a plush toy:glowworm a body to store. they turned it into police. video shows a mother throwing her four children out of a window during an apartment fire in turkey. you can see the woman throwing each child one by one from the third floor. neighbors holding a blanket for the kids catching all of them. authorities say the children are healthy and in good condition. that is a nightmare scenario
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that ended as best as possible. brian: took a neighborhood to save them. let's talk politics. a live look at capitol hill warehouse democrats plan to vote on the massive relief plan tomorrow. gop lawmakers fighting back against the bill which includes funds for museums, high-speed rail project, silicon valley, for chuck schumer. kevin mccarthy joins us, 92 votes in the senate, three other bills, rescue plan has bipartisan support. why does it not have any? >> this would focus on what republicans want, putting us back to work, back to school, back to health. this is too costly, too corrupt, too liberal. less the 9% of this bill goes to defeating the virus.
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we have $1 trillion still sitting out there already appropriated. democrats last night just blocked for the third time for $64 billion to go to open schools. the money in this bill won't get to the schools, 95% of it was almost like they want to for schools to stay closed and they reward the state that will stay closed. i watched that interview when california, for that young business owner was just crying about what gavin newsom has done to her, this bill would reward california and new york to stay close overstates the just opened up. brian: you lead the notion in death and the number one most podcast state in the country with no light at the end of the tunnel. there was a death match with the los angeles teachers union because only one% of
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transmission happens in schools. he said you are cowards, go back to work. you call them cowards? >> one thing we know is science proves kids to be in school. i watched in my own community 14%, just came back, the pediatrician in virginia, 90% anxiety, depression in these children, doing much more than leading them back educationwise. i do not understand why we cannot open the school. the sciences, now you have president joe biden, opening school, his goal is one day a week. you cannot allow this to continue. brian: we will look back and say kids paid the biggest price for this pandemic when they release this. we can do it after action report because people invest in lockdowns. i want to talk about what is happening at cpac, the boards of
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republicans coming together, you had an unbelievable election, no one talks about it but you were 6 feet from taking the house, you picked up 14 seats when you were supposed to lose 20. six seats from retiring nancy pelosi and getting a degree in power, a lot of power back. but you can't do it if you don't come together and yesterday it was apparent, you did your press conference, number 3, liz cheney behind you. the question was about cpac. should the president be speaking? listen. >> do you believe donald trump should be speaking at fortnoy -- at cpac? >> >> i don't believe he should be playing a role. >> on that high note? brian: do you think that was
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necessary for congresswoman cheney to say that in front of the press? >> i don't believe in cancel culture whether republican or democrat. i believe in free speech. the republican party is a big tent, we are a party of ideas. the idea the democrats even yesterday and their hearings were trying to get cable networks to not cover your station and other stations they don't agree, to get amazon not to print books, the idea a republican would join cancel culture is wrong beyond having a difference of opinion. brian: cable companies saying why are you carrying fox news? hopefully people understand the number one cable network on the planet, knocking off would be a problem. you know mitch mcconnell spoke against donald trump, liz cheney and adam consider.
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how do you get these factions together? without speaking with one voice, you have different opinions, one voice pulling the right direction you are not successful. what do you see your role in making that happen? >> i've got to bring people together but once you brought up at the beginning. this is only the first time in 1994, no republican incumbent lost. not only are we 6 votes a we know we are the cost because our ideas are better, yes, we've gone through a rocky time but we've done that before. watching what democrats are doing on the floor, watching what joe biden is doing by executive orders, the only possibility we have to have a check and balance, to bring the constitution back in his to take the house back so there might be some outliers. we cannot sit back and wait. we will continue to lead and move forward and bring people
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together, to make sure this country is too important to leave behind and those voices that have not been heard from in years before we will listen to those and to fight for those, to bring this nation together so we will not have the corruption we have coming before on this bill where nancy pelosi is putting $100 million into silicon valley fraternal order schumer doing his bridge and others, were 9% of this money is going to actually defeat the virus. those are the things we need to stop. we need to focus on what republicans are talking about on their plan. back to work, back to school and back to health. brian: i hear you. does mitch mcconnell, adam consider, are they convinced you have full control of 25 statehouses, redistricting is all yours in 18 states, the house is 6 see the way. republicans are not out of power. kevin mccarthy, thanks. coming up straight ahead, peta
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>> reporter: great southern food and wonderful people. i in here with joseph and kelly. he said ladies first. you are contracting down here. what has your business been like? >> it changed a lot. i work from home. it has good and bad aspects. it has changed the way we do business. >> your he lost your job during covid-19. >> comparable to what i was doing in the past. it changed everything. the way we go out and do stuff every day is totally different now. >> reporter: governor desantis and being in florida. >> he's doing a great job. look at california, new york, at least trying to prosper and breakthrough covid-19.
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this is willy, the manager. would like to be on the trail, what are you talking about? >> we need to give this unnecessary mandate, people want to get out and enjoy their life. they want freedom. this is america. everyone wants freedom. steve: donald trump will speak at cpac sunday. what you hope to hear? >> keep being hopeful and keep fighting. we love america and we love him. steve: appreciate your time. stuart, i remember his name because of stuart varney. thank you for your service and you are a pediatrician. talk about your practice. >> the schools have opened in florida.
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what we are seeing, never seen a single case of flu all year. i talked with infectious disease doctors here and they've not seen any flu. it is amazing. we should be at the peak and we are not. >> reporter: have a pediatrician where are we in our trajectory? are you hopeful? >> very hopeful. school-age children, for that. they should be back in school. they don't spread it. i've had children governments the confinement at grandma's house into their home, don't even spread it. >> reporter: we are out of time in orlando.
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