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we got many patients behind that rock and saved them from being killed. jillian: ray, thank you for everything you have done for us, for your service. may you rest in piece. if you want to buy his book every day a hero. pass those stories on. ♪ >> protests erupting in brooklyn center, minnesota, after police officer shot and killed a black man during a traffic stop sunday afternoon. >> prepares to tackle president biden's massive infrastructure bill. >> it's not infrastructure. if donald trump had come out and called a dog a cat, which is what joe biden is doing, we would be outraged. >> a california teacher is caught on camera berating students. >> if your parent wants to come talk to me about how i am not doing a good enough job, dare them to come out. >> who predicted that?
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japan's first masters champion. steve: 6:00 in the east a fox news alert. overnight a minnesota city rocked by violent protest and looting after a police-involved shooting. ainsley: the national guard is now there on the ground with a curfew in effect. brian: here we go again. jackie ibañez joins you with more on the unrest. jackie? >> this minneapolis suburb looked a lot like the city did a few months ago. take a look. [explosions] police in brooklyn center using tear gas and flash bang grenades you hear there to clear crowds commanding justice for a black man shot by police when he tried to leave a traffic stop. protesters launching fireworks and throwing things like trash cans at riot officers outside
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the station. people were also seen looting several stores. it all started when officers tried to arrest the man after learning he had an outstanding warrant. a crowd formed at the scene with demonstrators throwing bricks at cars and here you can see jumping on police recruiters. this just minutes away from the courthouse where exofficer derek chauvin something tried for george floyd's death. earlier on "fox & friends" first, dr. oscar odom said we should not let this affect our judgment. listen. >> of course i understand the sensitivity of the nature dealing with the trial, still, once again, this also highlights the dangers of police work and the police second decisions that officers must make. we don't go to work every day saying we are going to shoot somebody because that's not our job. our job is to protect life and country. >> town's curfew will lift an hour from now and schools in the city are closed today as a precaution. steve: thank you very much. apparently the national guard appeared around midnight as the
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looters were targeting the brooklyn center walmart and a nearby shopping center. a number of businesses completely destroyed a foot locker, a t-mobile, a clothing store, 20 brooklyn city businesses looted and spilled into both north and south minneapolis. ainsley: police say he had an outstanding police warrant that's why they were trying to take him into custody. they are saying that he got back in the car, drove a few blocks after he had been shot, hit another car, the perna car was not injured. his girlfriend was in the car at the time when he dated. his mom said she was on the phone with him. she was talking to him and said that he was being pulled over for air fresheners hanging from his rear view mirror. he was told to put down the phone and get out of the car. she said she heard scuffling and then the call ended. she called back and the girlfriend answered the phone and she said my son was laying there lifeless. bruin brian weigh will look for details on this.
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unfortunately not going away. unfortunately having the back drop of the dawrk chauvin trial as that goes forward. infrastructure three minutes top of the hour. constantly we hear we need the country rebuilt. bridges and tunnels are falling apart. we hear that all the time. that's what's strange about it. infrastructure gets buy in from mayors from governors on both sides of the aisle. but what we are getting now in this infrastructure bill that joe biden put fard forward is a small portion, 10 to 30% are infrastructure. the rest is green new agenda. green new deal agenda items and that's the problem. along with the promise, the promise that going to create job. the problem with when it whole bill fundamentally is the economy is accelerating. the economy is improving. there is no need for emergency spending outside these projects. so, listen to joe biden and others claim that this is going to create almost 20 million jobs.
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>> independent analysis shows that if we pass this plan, the economy will create 19 million jobs. >> jobs in the long-term by investing in infrastructure and research and development in a way we haven't since the 1960s. we are happy to have discussions with members that have both points of view. at the end of the day, the package that the president proposed makes a historic investment in our nation's infrastructure. rebuild our economy, helps create 19 million jobs. >> american jobs plan is about a generational investment. it's going to create 19 million jobs. steve: that sounds really impressive. close to 20 million jobs. but, that is, you know, there is something a little spinny about that particular answer because when you look at the moody analytics number it says you can create that number but the economy was going to create something like 16 million on its
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own. mr. buttigieg was pressed on that yesterday by chris wallace. watch this. it's a little uncomfortable. >> would you agree that you and the president and brian deese, the economic adviser on this program last week, you all exaggerated the jobs impact created moody's analytic as 19 million. and it's actually 2.7 million. but which is a bunch but not what you said. >> it's part of a scenario that moodies says will create 19 million jobs. the bottom line is, it's going to add jobs. and this is a direct refuse station of people saying other wise you are right i should be precise. the different in jobs that particular analysis suggests is 2.7 million more. that is a great place to be.
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already going to create 16 million. this is going to create 2.7? steve: plus, we got the jobs number last week and it was the economy added 900,000 jobs. normally a president would be rushing to the microphone to talk about look how great the economy is going. but joe biden didn't do that because it would screw up his argument hey, we need to pass this 2 trillion next thing. ainsley: right. nancy pelosi says the door is open for bipartisan cooperation. that's why they're all meeting. there are four democrats and four republicans that are going to meet today with the president and with the vice president at 1:45 p.m. they are saying it's bipartisan. but, some of the most well-known republicans are not involved in this meeting. where is scalise? where is mitch mcconnell, where is kevin mccarthy in these meetings? they're not invited. brian: bottom line, bridges tunnels and roads we get it broadband, perhaps. people looking at this and saying that's only 40% of this bill, tops. you have 111 bill replacing 110 -- 100 percent of all lead
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pipes in the country. 400 billion to care for the elderly and stabilities. a lot of this going to the healthcare bill. don't mislabel it. that's what governor christie says needs to be said. president biden like what he did with the 1 pulp 9 trillion shaeing it's a rescue package is pushing his agenda. is he not pushing infrastructure. listen. >> you cannot call a $400 billion plan to force unionization in states to say that taking care of increasing medicaid payments in states is infrastructure. i said last week that the president is not telling the truth and is he not telling the truth about the infrastructure package. lying is not popular. it's not infrastructure, george. no, no. >> use the word lie there? come on. >> let's just be fair here, if donald trump had come out and called a dog a cat. which is what joe biden is doing, we would be outraged by the fact that he is lying. but what joe biden o, well, come on, it's joe. no, no, no, no.
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it's not true. steve: so the big question becomes if they can't get any republicans to sign on, will they just pass it through the senate with just democrats? that apparently is what they're aiming for right now. they would have to take a shredder to this bill as it stands right now. the problem for the democrats then though will be the fact that their super progressives and pandemic on the left and a number of moderates are going to see things stab that they really wanted. so then they will fight for things, but the reconciliation rules are so strict, some stuff is just going to have to go. brian: joe manchin is not budging much, he actually went on the record and wrote and sometimes caught up in saying things in an interview. but he wrote a column, an editorial. not going to do it. not only that he won't even agree to reconciliation. he didn't leave himself any wiggle room that's a problem which might force bipartisan. ainsley: they are walking a thin line, they have to apiece the
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progressives and moderates like the joe manchins of the party. we will see if they can work together. steve: i know. speaking of work. a lot of teacher its are working via at zoom thing out in san marcos students in the class has been railing against the -- in front of the kids and somebody taped her where she -- she was raising her voice, yelling at the students because the parents were apparently complaining that they would like to see their kids in school. brian: how dare they? steve the teacher didn't like that. and somebody, one of the kids just decided to tape it and this is what we call will. >> your parents wants to talk to me about their profession and their opinion on their profession? i would lo to hear that if your
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parent wants wants to come talk to me how i'm not doing a good enough job on distance learning based on what you need as an individual, just dare them to come at me. because i am so sick to my stomach of parents trying to tell educator how to do their job. ainsley: one of the moms -- one of the students said. this she is a bully. these rant were so often my child said that he tuned her out and was just trying to get through the class. this is exactly what's wrong with education and if the school district sweeps, this then they are just as responsible. if there is a perfect example of why these kids need to be back in court. why these teachers need to be back in class. this is it. everyone is so angry and yell at ingat each other our country has changed so much because of kody. this is why everybody need to be back in class. she is losing it. kid want to be back in class. they are not seeing their
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friends. brian: not seeing their friends or learning anything. lag down at the notes and getting answers to every test. they will tell you they are not learning. every other state is doing it. california the worst. they should be embarrassed. you want to say these parents have a problem with me, remote learning, come at me. she referenced the lawsuits that the coalition of parents put forward kind of mocked it. and she said about this -- these white student union -- they call it the -- they said the white student union you are trying to form, you already get everything. so here we go, again, back with the skin color. also, the union voted last week to keep the hybrid model for the rest of the year. and the other part of the model, i believe you only go to school twice a week until noon. that's really going to be beneficial for kids. ainsley: teachers are the authority, if we have learned anything through zoom, how important they are. i understand she is frustrated. i understand shea doesn't want people to tell her how to do her job. but, i don't think that's the
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time and place. brian: you need 3 feet now, ainsley. we already have the plexiglass in school districts they have enough money for the plexiglass. they have money pouring into these schools this is unions saying i want it easier for my teachers. steve: that particular mother who referred to her as a bully brought the video to the attention of the principal a guy named adam dawson told her the behavior was inexcusable and will address but apparently failed to follow up. brian: oops. steve: fox news has reached out to the principal for comment we still have not heard back from him. brian: is he probably handcuffed because of the union. the union has got to protect her. steve: he is not in the union he is the boss. brian: he goes after her but the union will protect the teacher. ainsley: jillian has more headlines for us. jillian: let's begin now with extreme weather a 17-year-old is killed after stepping on a downed power line while trying to escape her burning car it. happened during a powerful storm sweeping through the state
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dropping golf ball sized hail. take a look. >> this hail is so big. look at it. unbelievable. jillian: look at that severe weather damaged buildings and left thousands without power. fox news exclusively obtaining footage of a large grouch migrants detained in texas the surge overwhelms the border. the attorney general is calling for the biden administration to see it firsthand. >> i am encouraging, were it's the vice president or secretary basara to come here and talk to the border patrol agents and find out what's going on. they will tell you this is the worst they have seen in two decades. talk to the local sheriffs, and they will tell you hot system is being overwhelmed. jillian: the vice president has gone nearly three weeks without a news conference on the border since being tapped to handle the crisis: making history at the masters, watch. this right down to the wire. who predicted that. by one.
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mat suymama is the first masters champion. he finished one stroke ahead the pack at 10 under par. 5-time champ tiger woods tweeting making japan proud. hitek icon graduate labor relations on such a huge accomplishment for you and your country. this win will impact the entire golf world. that's a look at the headlines. congrats to him. steve: it was really great. did he a great job. jillian: great job at 10 under. brian: thank you very much. jillian. i know you probably golfed after watching that democrats massive infrastructure plan include a lot more than roads and bridges. but according to the administration, that's just semantics. i'll pause. >> i know here in washington folks are getting into this
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semantic debate. look, i very much believe all of that that's things are infrastructure. brian: semantics, 1.3, .2 trillion. just semantics. let's have charles payne come on and talk about that. okay? ♪ i swear to you ♪ i'll be there for you ♪ do a drive by ♪ just a shy guy ♪ same thing. that's why i go with liberty mutual — they customize my car insurance so i only pay for what i need. 'cause i do things a bit differently. wet teddy bears! wet teddy bears here! only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪ trelegy for copd. ♪ birds flyin' high, you know how i feel. ♪ ♪ breeze drifting on by you know how i feel. ♪ ♪ it's a new dawn... ♪ if you've been taking copd sitting down, it's time to make a stand. start a new day with trelegy. no once-daily copd medicine has the power to treat copd
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♪ ♪ >> i know here in washington folks are getting into this semantic debate. i believe all of these things are infrastructure infrastructure is the foundation that allows to us go about our lives. you know, if there are senate republicans who don't agree, we can agree to disagree on whether a to call it, i'm still going to
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ask to you vote for it. to me it makes no sense to say i would have been for broadband you i'm against it because it's a bridge. i would have been for elder care but i'm against it because it's not a highway. ainsley: let's bring in charles payne host of making money. we watched you on levin's show you said democrats are dressing up these bills to spend more money. >> not only to spend more money but to change america. i'm telling you, this is mind-boggling listening to pothole pete. you know, and to sort of wag his finger at republicans on what is and what is not infrastructure. i will tell you a good way we might be able to settle, this ainsley. go to the american society of civil engineers, those are the folks that grade our infrastructure and let's see what categories they have. i will read them to you. they have aviation, bridges, broadband, dams, drinking water, energy, hazardous waste. inland water ways, public parks,
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ports, rails, roads, schools, solid waste, transit waste water. they don't have elder care and child care there. they don't have the knowledge of yes in my backyard or we are going to take $200 billion and try to seduce suburbs into building housing projects. they talk about polls. i want to take a poll in suburban america, mrs. is you bub ban housewife how do you feel about the notion of housing projects being wilt on your street? why did you and your husband work so hard to move outs to the suburbs to put your kids in a great school? guess what? it's all going to go away in this socialistist ultimate money grab. if you want to know what is infrastructure this is a good place to start until they somehow billion in this administration finds a way to get involved in this, this has been a really good road map, no pun intended on what's infrastructure. brian: charles, what's interesting is i usually ask the questions to get you yelling i'm
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so glad it was ainsley this time. it's a bit of a relief for me. charles, in the big picture, tune what the democrats are saying now? republican lawmakers don't want to go along with this but republican people do. do you see that? >> no, that's why i said take a poll and ask suburban housewives do you want a housing project on your street in don't take willy-nilly polls do you want better drinking water? who in the hell is going to say no? don't lie to us. it's a representative government. people are eve electing these folks to represent them. all of a sudden what pete buttigieg is saying somehow the person that was elected by overwhelming majority for the people in their district no longer represents those people in their district. are you crazy? are they nuts? this is ridiculous. this is, by the way, this moves us further and further away from this notion of unity. it really is despicable. be honest about this. if you think these are good programs, sell them in a
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different package in a different form and let's have an honest debate about it. steve: over the last couple of months we have been having honest debates about the election system. there are a number of state houses that are addressing that. they did pass something in georgia. there have been calls for boycotts. they moved the all-star game to colorado. this weekend, i'm sure you saw the masters was held in augusta. hideki mat assume won, made history. there were protests outside the gate ultimately you they never took a side. they are going to stay neutral and stay out of this. >> it's actually that they didn't take a side. they made some pretty strong comment about this. they were not going to do though is make a knee jerk move based on someone else's criteria of woke. because i think what we saw with the masters over the weekend is what we ostensibly told the woke movement was going to be.
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what was it supposed to be? it was supposed to be about inclusion. it was supposed to be about equal opportunity. it was suppose ised to be about a society where if you go and work hard and better than the other person, you will get just rewards regardless of your gender, race, age and those kind of things. it was on full display. the first japanese golf tore win an amazing story, heart felt story, a tear jerker. i love the part at the end when his caddie bowed to the course itself. it was just absolutely phenomenon that. extraordinarily inspiring. and would not have happened if the woke crowd got their way. brian: charles, one quick question for you. 100 ceos and corporate leaders got on a zoom call over the weekend and put together by a yale professor to start taking action against what they call voter restrictions. what's happening here? what can we expect?
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>> i would like to see who are board of directors. ceos. a deflection start with yale. slave trader yale. don't come at me about s. if you are not going to walk the walk yourself. don't play me. don't pitcher me. that's all they're doing. watch their actions, and not their words. watch what they're doing in real life society for everyone and not doing and the opportunities they may or may not be committed to. at this very moment this is deflection. ainsley: charles, your show is at 2:00. what are you going to do between now and until 2:00? >> i have so much research to do i never stop working. brian: you need a heavy bag. ainsley: thank you for waking up for us. everyone watch his show 2:00 p.m. on fox business. ounce ains strip law enforcement of bill of rights while defund the police. two officers are going to join
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jillian: good morning, back with head lanes now. a manhunt is underway for the gunman response cybil for shooting four people, including a toddler at a strip mall. the 2-year-old girl is in critical condition. seattle police say at least one shooter was walking by when they fired into the parking lot in broad daylight. it's unclear what led to the shooting. house speaker nancy pelosi and republican liz cheney reacts to sex trafficking allegations against florida congressman matt gaetz. pelosi weighs in if the lawmaker should be removed. >> well, that's up to the republicans to take responsibility for that. >> as the mother of daughters, the charges certainly are sickening. >> gaetz faces investigations from the did. oj and the house ethics committee over allegations sexual relations with a minor and sex trafficking.
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the pfizer vaccine is 95% effective but it may not as strong fighting new covid-19 variants. a new israeli study finds the south africa can and the u.k. covid-19 strains can break through it. real estate searchers caution the study had a small sample size and is not peer reviewed. that's a look at your headlines. brian, send it back to you. brian: here we go. let's talk law enforcement. maryland becomes the first state to repeal the law enforcement officers bill of right as part of lawmakers sweeping police reform package. they overrode governor hogan's veto to do it. comes as the baltimore's mayor forms a task force to reduce the police budget. calls it reckless and quote worse possible thing we could do to stop crime. here to react sheriff mike lewis of why co-mic co-county and maryland chief john nessie of buoy, maryland police department. welcome to both of you. sheriff lewis to you.
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this means what to you. >> this is absolutely devastating to all of maryland law enforcement, brian. in the 37 years we have been in law enforcement i have never had anything impact law enforcement the way this is going to contact law enforcement. policing as we have known it in maryland is done. it's completely over. we don't know what's going to happen. they passed these laws without having any knowledge whatsoever as to what they're doing. they have no clue. this is not law enforcement reform. it's law enforcement revenge. for the many, many years that we attempted to hold criminals accountable in the state of maryland, this is what they are doing to us. and baltimore city as you well know the homicide rate skyrocketed 40% increase in homicides this year alone over last year. and those who are pushing these bills and have been pushing these bills for the last 10 months are try from the baltimore metropolitan area. >> you have 85 homicides already this year and 138 shootings according to the baltimore sun.
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that's horrendous. chief, let's go over this for everyone at home and talk about what happened in maryland. they have repealed officers bill of rights this way some of the highlights implement statewide use of force standard. create new disciplinary process, limits use of no-knock warrant to just daytime. when it comes to how you are now liable, instead of up to 400,000 up to hundred thousand dollars and officers liable for in case they are ruled against in terms of using excessive force. how does this relate to the man or woman on the street. >> it relates very poorly. i will say that what we try to do was marry the principle when we talk to the legislature we try to marry the principle of what they're trying to do with the aspirational aspect. unfortunately what came out in these bills, puts the officers during their daily duties in a very precarious position. especially use of force trying to apply a lynnian matrix into a very chaotic situation that does
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not conform to linear metrics. things change on a dime and trying to dictate a step-by-step process and does put our challengers in a very challenging and difficult position. brian: if i'm out there, especially put in 10 years already. looking to finish out my term and get my pension. i'm not going to put myself on the line. already showed massive disrespect for the job i do on a daily basis. i'm trying to protect the most vulnerable and now you are trying to sue me, right? >> absolutely, brian. that's what we are seeing already. i'm seeing a number of retirements and resignations in my agency alone. i have taken a lot of pride being up to full staff with our staff. right now having people retiring. announced their intention to retire and leaving in groups across our state right now. brian: only thing hope for put up a screen budget cuts. austin leads it all 33% cut. new york 14.8. minneapolis 14.8. seattle 11.2.
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and denver .8. these liberal mayors realize what did i do? especially even in minneapolis where maybe a third of the force has left the job, you cut the budget and now the most vulnerable are the -- becoming victims and dizzying rate. they are looking to reverse that do you think they are going to sober up at some point. i would hope that we need calmer, more rational approaches is done you have to be careful when you oversimply words like defund or take the general approach to these things you have to look at what those funds are gag. what is your manpower, what is your coverage on the street funds. and drug awareness and drug prevention and counseling and things that keep people out of the criminal justice system that don't necessarily need to be there need to be funded. that can't always be at the police department.
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war on drugs over. two controversial incidents happened over the weekend, nothing to do with this. i wish people would understand the problem is not law enforcement, thanks so much chief and sheriff thank you for joining us today. >> thank you, brian. brian: coming up. with a swipe of the pen, the president stripped pipeline workers of, now month later they are asking where are all the jobs he promised? carley shimkus joins us with the story from the pipeliner's capital of the world next. >> looked for those green jobs they're not there. there are no green jobs there.
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keystone xl pipeline project back in january. our own carley shimkus returned to the pipeliner capitol tall in the world to check on laid off workers. carley, so glad you are doing this story. you went back and what did you find out. >> back in february right after president biden killed the keystone pipeline i went to south arkansas to talked to laid off workers. this time i was in bald knob arkansas known as the pipeliner capital of the world because of all the pipeliners who live there i found out people are still very much struggling, check it out. >> it's hard to make plans when you have an administration that's trying to crush your future. carley: so the pipeline was killed in january. it's now april. give us an update. have you been able to find a job? >> not with the pipeline or any other thing right now, especially with the green energy projects he talked about. >> i have looked for those green jobs and they are not there that's the reason i started a trucking company is because there are no green jobs there.
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i mean, i would look him dead in the eyes and tell him. >> i lost 60 to 80 grand not being able to go on that job. that's my livelihood. if i'm not off working i'm barely scraping by. i have two kids i'm having to support. what am i supposed to do there? >> without working, we lose insurance income. >> my whole family. >> your whole family. >> my whole family. >> what is everybody going to do. >> i don't know. we will lose everything we have. we have worked our entire lives for. carley: tell me a little bit about bald knob arkansas. they call it the pipeliner capital of the world. we are looking at a lot of out-of-work pipeline workers right now. >> it's terrible. usually this time you have year you drive around and don't see welding rigs around they're everywhere right now will. carley: all of those people should be in another state working on the pipeline. >> yes. >> and they are here. >> drawing unemployment if you are lucky enough.
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carley: president biden just unveiled $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. >> i'm proposing a plan for the nation that rewards work, not just rewards wealth. i'm a union guy. i support unions. unions built the middle class, it's about time they start to get a piece of the action. carley: do you feel included in that plan. >> no, of course not. it used to be blue collar joe it's green collar joe now. >> the middle class is right here looking at him saying we are hurting. we need jobs. he hasn't even came on the news and said one thing about it. i'm not saying just do away with green energy. i think dropping what we have now and going to something different is not a very good idea. >> he is not helping us and i don't know of any unions that he has helped so far in other trades. i don't know if is he going to or not, but i know that's what he says, and i will believe it when i see it. is he certainly not for union
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pipelines. carley: you and 230 other state ags a lawsuit. suing the operation to try to overturn that pipeline decision. you say killing it is unconstitutional. >> this is a decision of congress to make it. it's not the president's decision to make. so when he stepped in and eliminating the keystone pipeline permit, he did so without proper authority. we are simply asking the court to revoke that cancellation and to allow pipeline to move forward until congress makes the decision. carley: are you confident that you are going to win. >> we are confident that we're going to win because we're on the right side of the law. unfortunately, for these hard-working arkansans it can be month perhaps before we are able to get an injunction. carley: you haven't given up on the keystone pipeline. >> no. because they are solar and wind. they still have to have gas and oil to run those things. >> you can't just flint switch and turn crude oil off. >> i knew when he canceled the keystone that that was just the beginning of the attack on oil and gas and trying to force us in a greener direction.
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need to stand up and the administration know interest are a lot of americans out here that depend on oil and gas and whether the administration wants to admit it or not, they depend on it, too. carley: are you going to give up on the keystone xl pipeline. >> the gas company sells the pipe and gives up, then i will give up. until then, that pipe is still up there, there is still a chance. carley: there is still a chance, he says. when i went to arkansas in february, everyone had just lost their jobs. the thing that made this trip even more important is that it's april and this is when major construction on the keystone xl pipeline should have started, so all of those people that i spoke to shouldn't have been involved at the time. they should have been in nebraska working on the pipeline. instead sitting at home collecting unemployment checks if they are lucky. a lot of pipeline projects were san said in 2020 because of the pandemic. so, a lot of those people don't even qualify for unloyalty. think about that. when you hear about i will role
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immigrants getting $15,000 in new york. what about these people? ainsley: it is so crushing for all of them and to not provide an alternative. you hear those stories there aren't any green jobs out there. i steel so sorry for them, carley. they are good people. carley: they look for green jobs and can't find them. ains that is stressful. imagine not being able to pay your bills and provide for your family. thank you so much, brian? brian: all right. now over to the u.k. where prince harry arrives home without his wife meghan markle to mourn the death of prince philip. steve: benjamin hall joins us ahead of the funeral this weekend. benjamin? >> brian, steve and ainsley this morning. prince harry flu back yesterday on airplane tarmac and whisked away spend five days in quarantine. rest of the u.k. very much still in mourning for the death of for
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instance philip. services and ceremonies in the country. queen spent first sunday 73 years. took her correspondingy for a c. >> we lost almost the grandfather of the nation. i feel very sorry and supportive of my mother is feeling it probably more than everybody else. >> prince philip's funeral will take place next saturday at 10:00 eastern. asking people not to gather because of covid. only 30 family members will be aable to attend but will be televised. members of the family will walk behind the coffin. may be first time we have seen prince harry for father and made allegations against them in the royal family is t. is hoped take this opportunity to heal that
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steve: listen to this story. over the weekend, a long island, new york police officer was stabbed by a suspect and left critically hurt. he is now in stable condition but doctors say the quick actions of a former marine who jumped in to help saved his life. and that former marine joins us now. >> good morning. >> good morning to you. you are home saturday night minding your own business you hear a crash and loud noise and you go out and see one car on it side and something else in your front yard. what happened? >> yes, i see a car turned on its side and i see another suv turned on its side and i see a nissan that crashed into my front yard on to a tree. at that point i see the gentleman in the nissan and he seams to be fine. he gave hand sign he was okay. i saw an officer trying to take down the suspect who was the driver of that suv.
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suspect acted as if he was going to give, in however, he said he used curse word and ran. and basically ran to my backyard. at that point i closed the door. i told the gentleman in the nissan to please hold on i will get back to him. i went upstairs, grabbed a head lamp i have a flashlight. by the time i get to the back downstairs and to the backyard, that officer was unfortunately already down. there was a commotion going on in the corner of the backyard, which was the suspect, in which i later found out was an exnypd retired officer who had also stopped to help, he was struggling with the suspect. which allowed me to tend to the officer. at that point i realized that the officer had a deep cash wound leg bloat groin and basically needed a tourniquet. so i said hold on, brother, i will go upstairs and grab a
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belt. went upstairs and grabbed the belt. as i went upstairs and grand the belt i had my phone on me and called 911 for backup because he was the only officer at the time on the scene. by the time i get down with the turn cut and start trying to apply it, officer helped me, put two more turn cuts on him. so all together was three. and i hear one officer say we have got to carry him to get him to the hospital right now. so, i grabbed the officer by his boots, i put both his boots on my shoulders and the other officers carried the rest of his body, his torso and we carried him on to an sufficient and suffolk county police suv and they took him to the hospital. steve: and he is in stable condition this morning. is he expect to recover. the surgeon who operated on him said that you saved his life because apparently the knife hit the guy's femoral artery. >> i figured that when i saw it. steve: you were right in the right place at the right time.
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your training just kicked. in and did you what you had to do. sir, thank you very much for joining us this morning and telling us this amazing story. >> i'm just glad the officer is alive and, you know, god bless him and his wife. the exnypd officer that helped. i thanked him and helped me with that as well. i thank you for giving me the time to tell the story. steve: it's a real pleasure because you, sir are a hero. thank you very much. >> thank you. have a blessed day. steve: you too. as illegal migrants rush our southern border. calling on joe biden to act. his message come up. plus, newt. are waking up to what's possible with rybelsus®. ♪ you are my sunshine ♪ ♪ my only sunshine... ♪ rybelsus® works differently than any other diabetes pill
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commission to study reforms to the supreme court. >> he is playing with fire by even discussing or allowing the commission to go forward that would up end our constitutional structure. >> coming out of turn four for his 29th career win e going to call martinsville. martin truex will go to victory lane. ♪ ainsley: straight to a fox news alert. right now a minnesota city is lifting its curfew after being wronged by violent protests overnight. brian: national guard now on the ground. the violence stemming from a police-involved shooting. steve: jackie ibañez joins us with more from the unrest from our newsroom, jackie. >> good morning, guys. the minneapolis suburb looked just like the city did a few month ago. take a look at this. [gunfire] >> police in brooklyn center using tear gas and flash bang
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grenades you hear there crowd demanding justice for a black man allegedly shot by police when he tried to leave a traffic stop. protesters launching fireworks. and even throwing a trash can, riot outside of the police station here. people were seen looting several stores. unclear this morning if there were any arrests it. all started yesterday afternoon when officers tried to arrest the man after learning he had an outstanding warrant. the suspect tried to get back in his vehicle and was shot by the officer that was doing that stop. the man was still able to drive off but soon crashed into another car. he was declared dead at the scene. it wasn't long before a crowd formed. people claiming to be the suspect's relatives identified him as 20-year-old donte wright. demonstrators soon started throwing bricks at cars and can you see jumping here on police cruisers. all this just minutes away from the courthouse where exofficer derek chauvin is currently being tried for george floyd's death back to you. steve: thank you, jackie, very
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much. we should point out that brooklyn center does have body cams so there probably is video. brian: all right. two minutes after the hour let's bring in newt gingrich fox news contributor and house speaker, of course. newt, let's bring you to only a small percentage is going to infrastructure they believe, democrats, they have an advantage. they think the republican and every at a republicans are, not their lawmakers find this popular. are they right? they said there are internal democratic polls reveal that. >> well, look, they are right as long as nobody knows what's in the bill. it's a lot like hr 1 the crooked politician act which is vaguely popular until you explain what's in the bill 75 to 80% disapproval. same thing here. when people realize how little of this bill goes to general written infrastructure. roads, ports, bridges and how
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much of the bill is just more pork for the democratic machine. they are in a desperate race to prop up every public employee union, prop up every blue state. you know, new york is now paying $15,000 to you will legal immigrants. brian: yep. >> per person. new york has to get the money somewhere. why don't we call it infrastructure? that's the kind of thing that's going on. steve: sure, in fact, we have a couple members of the president's cabinet doing just that, they are calling it infrastructure even though it's not really all infrastructure. watch. >> i know here in washington folks are getting into this semantic debate. look, i very much believe that all of these things are infrastructure because infrastructure is the foundation that allows us to go about our lives. >> what is infrastructure? historically it's been what makes the economy move? what is it that we all need to ensure that we as citizens are productive? weigh don't want to use past definitions of infrastructure
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when we are moving into the future. steve: yeah, newt, why use the past definition of infrastructure when we're looking into the future? here's the thing. the covid bill $2 trillion, that wasn't all covid money, obviously only a tiny little bit actually went to evangelist. vaccination.which part is for m. >> look, i think every american should demand they get at least as much money as illegal immigrants in new york. you want to know why people are coming to the border? brian: 16,000. >> folks in central america are learning get to new york and cuomo wants to give you $15,000. well, why not? that buttigieg called semantic is whether words have meaning. of course, you now have on the left the oregon department of education says we shouldn't
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really use numbers in mathematics because numbers give you a hard answer and that's an example of white primacy. so why don't we have a mathematics of touchy feely. well, that's what you get with the biden administration. this is alice is in wonderland. it really means what i say it means because i stead means it. don't you really trust me? and it's nonsense. the result is going to be a disaster for the country with, are i think, no ability to compete successfully with china with a biden administration's approach. ainsley: they are doing the same thing with bipartisan. they are trying to spin it and redefine that as well. you have rahm emanuel and he said it's about how many republican voters or mayors or governors can i get support -- get to support my staff and washington is slow to catch up to the biden definition. anita dunn, senior biden adviser she says if you looked at bipartisan in the dictionary, i think it would say support from republicans and democrats. it doesn't say the republicans
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have to be in congress. your reaction? >> right. well, my reaction -- my reaction is, first of all, if you are going to spend a couple trillion dollars and you can't find somebody who is for it, you better redesign the bill. i mean, this is absurd. secondly, they have to keep redefining words just as they have with the state of georgia if they tell the truth, they are going to lose. this administration and its allies will consistently use language that makes no sense in order to win arguments where they don't have the facts on their side. brian: move on typically congratulation because it's going so well for the administration. thought it would be a great idea to name the vice president. i don't think they checked with her. she made one call did vice president harris that's the president of mexico and went to chicago. she has no plans to visit the border or the triangle countries in the future. we now have 19,000 unoccupied, unaccompanied minors last month
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that came across. we have -- we are expected to have 35,000 by june. already paying 60 million a week for the solo kids that we're trying to sustain right now with 53,000 family units came to our country in march, all illegally. their whole plan is build more facilities. they have no way to stop it. look at the policies, newt, as you weigh in here at home. look at the policies that joe biden has reversed in success instead of all-out failure. preserve daca. take a total pause in deportation. when he stopped building the wall. when he got rid of the remain in mexico. when he said every unaccompanied minor gets to stay. what does he think would happen? what is your reaction to what we are seeing right now? >> >> well, let me offer you a thought. i was trained originally as a historian. if you look at a piece of history, sometimes the obvious is accurate.
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they wanted harris to be in charge of the border because they knew she wouldn't do anything. this is why they refuse to call a crisis. they want the border to be open. go back and look during the presidential primary debate. they all are in fair of open borders. they are all in favor of eliminating ice. they are all in favor of eliminating any threat to sanctuary cities. so, from their perspective, the next 10 or 15,000 people, you know, are good because of further increases the total number of illegal immigrants in the united states, which is what they want. you know, i think somebody said that biden has invented a whole new policy of grab and bust rather than grab and release. brian: i don't think it's working though. i don't think it's working. this is embarrassing. it's overwhelming the whole agenda. >> but of course it's working. what if your goal was to have the maximum number of illegal people in the united states? how would you do better than biden? steve: right, exactly. perhaps that's why they're not
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calling it a crisis because it's working exactly as that is planned. being exactly. that's why they appointed kamala harris because they knew she would do nothing. steve: well, she was the attorney general for the sanctuary state. brian: i think she looks terrible in this. steve steph you are getting exactly what she did there it. they define infrastructure. they redefine partisanship. they redefine crisis which is just going to get worse according to the governor down there because they have undone so much that was working. watch. here is greg abbott. >> this problem will continue to get worse because the policies that have been adopted by the biden administration. what the president could do is to immediately put back in place the remain in mexico protocols that were established in the prior administration. he could continue to build the wall along the border in south texas. he could send a stronger
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message, these people should not be coming here. the biden administration was simply unprepared to deal with the massive inflow that were coming, in which is why they have so haphazardly responded to it. steve: you know, one other one i was just thinking about as the governor was talking, they have redefined kids in cages to a challenge on the southern border, newt. >> exactly. i was reminded. i once asked the chinese ambassador to the united states about concentration camps in western china with the uyghurs and he looked at me without breaking a smile and he said oh, don't think of them as concentration camps. think of them as boarding schools to help people learn to be modern. now, somebody who can talk about a concentration camp as a boarding school can say anything. a whole new racism which whether it's reparations, it's what they're teaching in school. it's the way they want to set up all sorts of systems. this is the new racism and how do they cover it up?
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they yell jim crow and point at georgia when, in fact, they are the new racists. and so i think what you are going to feigned is on area after area, they are so radical that they have to use language that does not accurately describe what they're doing because if people understood it they would go nuts. ainsley: you are have georgia. you understand what's happening in that state. here is congressman jim clyburn democrat from south carolina talking about what's happening in georgia. >> i would say to everybody, come on, just look at the history and it's clear. what's on anybody's mind when you say okay, we are going to deny voting places. we are going to get rid of drop box the. we know we are going to create long lines so now let's make it a crime if you bring somebody a bottle of water while they are standing in those long lines. it's not what they intend it's what the result is. so they can say anything they
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want to say about it, just look through it. and look throughout history. and you will know that what is taking place today is the new jim crow. just that simple. ainsley: just spreading information that's false, right, newt? >> two things here, first of all, moving the all-star game from georgia to colorado moves it from a state that has 83,000 people working in black-owned businesses to a state that has 8,000 people that are working in black owned businesses. so, in a way the all-star decision is a very anti--black decision in terms of the economic impact on small business owners. second, what clyburn just said with all-due respect is totally false. brian: yep. newt newt this whole thing president biden set up because of stacey abrams total misinformation, obviously if you are thirsty in georgia in august you can get water. you get it from the election poll workers. you don't get it from a
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campaign. now, that's what the whole argument is. should a campaign be allowed to bring you some bourbon, maybe a little beer, some white wine? no, the ground rules are very simple. within a certain distance of the poll you can get something to drink from the poll worker. but you can't get it from one of the campaigns. steve: right. >> i think this is totally rational position which has been deliberately lied about because they know it sounds so horrifying. it's totally not true and tolls tells you about the collapse of honesty in the democratic party that they have to rely on this kind of a false charge to even be in the argument. brian brain they legislated in drop boxes for the first time ever. it was a pandemic aberration they said okay we will put one in the county for the bigger counties more than one. they want to be able to control the drop boxes but not eliminate the drop boxes. they said we are going to forget signature i.d. but we wants you to have i.d. if you are going to
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get a no excuse ballot. that's not jim crow. such an insult to hear that. >> well, look, here's the choice. h.r. 1, which is the corrupt politicians act, would eliminate the identity of who is voting. 90% of the american people, that's democrats, republicans, african-americans, latinos, asian americans, native americans, 90% believe elections should be limited to american citizens. now, under hr-1 you couldn't possibly do that. i think it's a real test of the democratic senators whether they vote with the american people or they vote with a machine in washington. brian: yeah. if you say it's jim crow or my bill, going to a lot of people on their bill. that's why you inaccurately describe the bills in all these states. 47 states that made these moves. good luck, baseball, you will have three states to play in when you are all said and done. newt, thanks so much. >> thanks, good to be with you. brian: all right.
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let's go up to jillian. jillian, you have the rest of the news. jillian: that's right. good morning. let's begin with this. a virginia police officer is fired over use of force during a traffic stop with a black army officer. is he one of two windsor officers accused of pepper spraying and pointing guns at second lieutenant. internal investigation determined policy was not followed. the governor has called for independent probe. is he suing the officers. the family of a missing california mom pleads for information on her whereabouts mother of three went missing after an argument with her husband over three months ago. a new audio recording from the day she vanished reportedly captured several loud bangs near their home. police are looking into that recording. driving in the middle east iran blaming israel for power outage as the one of its underground calling it an act of nuclear terrorism. israel has not claimed responsibility. but the country's media reported
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a cyber attack orchestrated the blackout. comes as u.s. defense secretary lloyd austin met with israeli officials over the nuclear deal. former secretary of state mike pompeo will join us in the next hour to weigh in. and this morning, we salute world war ii vernerey lambert. the d-day survivor honored by president trump at the 75th anniversary died at the age of 100. in a previous interview. the army medic shared with me his harrowing stories of survival. lambert died from cancer and congested heart failure. first we thank him for his service. second ray is one of many from that generation who spent a lifetime not wanting to talk about what happened on that day. only until the last few years he wanted to talk about it because he said he realized there were so few men left who could. and that's why he wrote a book every man a hero. he signed a copy for me and i cherish this and i think it's important to pass down their stories to the next generation. brian: it was important you
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covered it. thanks, jillian. appreciate it. steve: what a story it is. a century of service. thank you, jillian. coming up on this monday, still no sign of action from the white house on the crisis on the border. but the attorney general of arizona is spearheading the legal fight against the administration and he is here live with a major announcement. put down that remote. we'll be right back. trelegy for copd. ♪ birds flyin' high you know how i feel ♪
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♪ >> are you worried about the kid at the border? >> i haven't been briefed on anything today about it. but i will. >> do you plan to visit the border? >> um, not today. [laughter] but i have before and i'm sure i will again.
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>> will you and the president be going down to the border any time soon. >> at some -- absolutely we will go down to the border. steve: yeah, absolutely. brian: no rush. it's no big deal. steve: still no action from the vice president kamala harris on the border despite a mounting crisis. ainsley: our next guest has not only invited the vice president to tour the border also led multiple lawsuits challenging the administration's policy. brian: harrison fire because no one is paying attention to the catastrophe happening in arizona. joining us now arizona attorney mark been very much. he is here with the update. you are taking action they are not in attorney general, welcome. what are you prepared to do? >> we literally late last night on a sunday night in this lawsuit we allege the biden administration is violating the
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national watt left uses to stop highway project airport reconstruction and all that other stuff. we are saying that by stopping the wall construction, they are violating nepa because it's allowing more and more people to come into this country, migrants and that's having devastating impact on our environment and also impacting the increase in population which will have all sorts of impacts down the road. so, by not doing environmental impact study the biden administration is violating virn law. steve: that's a unique way to do it. what happens next with the courts? what happens when somebody files a lawsuit like this, generally they do stop stuff for a little while, don't they? >> they literally do sometimes as you guys know for years. this is a lawsuit that the sierra club should love. and i say that because in the past the ninth circuit has stopped airport expansions, they have stopped highways being built because they have said
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it's had an impact on population growth and the impact it's had on the environment. i want to say one thing that's so important to put it in context for folks. every migrant that crosses our dessert is bringing 6 to 8 pounds of plastic bags, dug paraphernalia, backpacks that's left in our dessert. think about this, anywhere else if someone said there is 170,000 people leaving each 7 pounds of trash i'm not a math wiz a million pounds of trash in one month you think the people's heads weeks employed. because it's biden doing that somehow everyone is getting a pass and it's not right. so, you know, other lawsuits talk about the fact that they have encouraged and incentivized illegal immigration. we are saying what they're doing by stopping the wall construction. reversing the remain in mexico policy they are violating the national environmental protection act. ainsley: what about kamala harris? you heard us talking about her not visiting the border and her
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comments maybe she will go down. she will go down eventually. three weeks since a press conference on this and essentially the border czar. i know you worked with her when she was the a.g. in california. you invited her to come to arizona to see firsthand. have you heard back from her? >> i have not. quite frankly it's very disappointing because both as i pointed out letter both are first immigration americans product of immigrant. both a.g.s. talked about the importance of fighting human trafficking and drug trafficking. all of us know whether we are democrat or republican that the cartels make money off every single person cross that border. we know they are using it to dramatically increase fentanyl, heroin. it's not just affecting arizona but every city and state in this country. it's not only a crisis it's become a catastrophe and it's going to become an unmitigated tragedy if we don't do something now. brian: why you are so upset is
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the numbers don't lie. in arizona, tucson crossings are up 223% year-to-year. huma up 584% with minors in yuma up 23%. and then in tucson 237% i should say. in tucson 83%. it's unbelievable and no one is paying attention. just, please, tell me that the hispanic -- there was a theory that if you crack down on the border, the hispanic community will take it personally. did president trump disabuse politicians of that? do you think democrats understand that president trump was able to pick up hispanic support because he was tough on the border? do you see it the same way? >> >> this is the way i see it my family fled communism. first generation. so many come to this country because the rule of law means something. it means we all are treated equally. you play by the rules. you can get ahead no matter how are and where you come from.
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when you have the biden administration undermining this notion when they get to pick and choose which laws apply which people. when they get to unilaterally rewrite federal law and regulation. people understand it's not fair or right. not fair to anybody who has played by the rules as so many other immigrants have especially in the past. i think that if we as republicans we are a particulate and defend our principles. when we talk about the rule of law and how important that consistency is, i think that we win voters regardless of who they're and where they come from. brian: thank you, mr. attorney general, appreciate it. >> thank you. brian: coming up, he inspired millions sharing his secrets to success. now one of america's most distinguished military leaders is out with a brand new road map to be to what makes a hero. admiral bill mccraven shares that message with his brand new book next. ♪
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benefit nonprofit dolly parton's imagination library. maybe the same person who bought that house can buy the ice cream. just a thought. brian: very good point. thanks so much, jillian. 01 admiral mill fcc craven one of the most distinguished military leaders. commencement speech sharing a very simple secret to success. >> if you want to change the world, start off by making your bed. [laughter] the little things in life matter. if you can't do the little things right, you will never be able to do the big things right. brian: so true. the speech was great. the book was even better. now he has got another unone. admiral mccraven paying tribute to those who inspires him. the new book called the hero code. lessons learned from lives well lived. admiral william mcraven. once i started i couldn't put it down. i know it officially comes out tomorrow. what makes you think the hero
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code could resonate outside in the multi-cultural world. >> thank you for having me. you know, the fact of the matter is heroes inspire us. heroes inspire a society. we need heros if we are going to move forward it. inspires the younger generation frankly to be better than the current generation whether that happens we just get better. these are the heroes that i have encountered over my 40 years in both the military and my time as the chancellor of the university of texas. and i really do hope that these stories inspire particularly the millennials and the gen z because frankly they are going to be this century's heros. brian: right. not just talking about taking down a terrorist compound you are talking about every day life. here is an excerpt from the i guess we are trying to learn about forgiveness and the best example i have read in a long time is something that you recount in your book about afghanistan. and what happened is you guys mistakenly took out two sons of a man that you thought were taliban and they weren't.
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somehow to go and apologize to that man. you write i couldn't even imagine their pain. i asked for their forgiveness, the son leaned over to his father and whispered something in his ear. the son spoke for the father and the imam translated thank you very much the son said. we will not keep anything in our hearts against you. the act of forgiving will strengthen strength your cover it, will rid you of the hatred that is the demise of so many good men and women. if that father can forgive you, what are we supposed to live learn from that? >> today, brian, we seem to be aggrieved at the least little satellites. people get angry when somebody says wrong. we have got to get beyond. this sometimes it's easier to fliewn a burning building than forgive people. we have got to learn to forgive today it. is one of these noble qualities that makes for great heroes. and really when you this think about what a hero is. it's something we admire because
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of their noble qualities. let me tell you this father in average, he had those noble qualities he forgave me and my men. he really as i say in the book became the victor not the victim. brian: you also bring up going to the pentagon for one of the first times and have to go to bat for your budget. you use the term integrity. and you at that moment, you didn't hedge or try to get more money, you said this is what i could do. this is what i could cut. when you left that meeting, what did you learn? >> yeah, i have this remarkable boss from the pentagon captain he told me what his golden rule was. his golden rule was never lie or misrepresent the truth. i mean, we all understand it's bad to lie. but sometimes people misrepresent the truth. and his point was if you misrepresent the truth. if you lie to people, they will find out and they will lose faith in you. they will lose trust in you. if they lose trust in you, then they will not trust you with anything. they won't trust with you their money. they won't trust with you their
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relationships. they won't trust you with their lives. they won't trust you with their business. this is important. integrity, honesty, there is a value proposition to it. and having this great sense of character is important for all of our heroes. brian: you got a call said you got cancer, quit, you only have a few -- you are not going to have much time left, come back home. you met doctors, you look great. you said you just told me in the break you feel good. what did that do for you you are already pretty accomplished person with great values but how did it change you? >> you know, i tell the story in the book about the doctor, dr. michael keating who was the doctor in charge of my cancer diagnosis. and when i went in to meet him, you know, anybody that gets a cancer diagnosis or any sort of diagnosis that scares them, you are frightened and i walked into the room. i'm with my wife. you know, are sitting in a sterile room and all of a sudden the door kind of flies open and
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in walks this kind of rudy faced australian and looks at me and says give me a hug. i'm not a hugger. i figured what the heck, you know. so i gave him a hug and he looks around and he sees my wife and he says so you are the wife? my wife says yes, well, if you are looking for a new boyfriend you can stop because is he going to be okay and, of course, all of a sudden he just gave us this great sense of hope. and, this once again, is something that everybody needs. when you have those mommy's in life that are tough, you need hope. you need people to inspire you. you need someone to have those noble qualities to make you feel better to make you feel that tomorrow will be a better day. brian: absolutely. it's all in the hero code. it's not just about hero stories but every day stories prepare to be a hero and here is how to do it. admiral mcraven thanks so much. good luck with the book. >> you good it. >> president biden is looking for help to potentially pack the supreme court. can you believe this? does the new commission lean left? ben domenech live.
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apes ounce president biden opens the door to court-packing with the announcement of his supreme court reform commission. the 36-member group is made up of lawyers, political scientists and former judges who will weigh judicial term limits or even expansion. it is supposed to be bipartisan but the "wall street journal" says the panel tilt sharply to the legal and political left. here to discuss publisher of the federalist and fox news contributor ben domenech. hey, ben. >> hey, good morning, good to be with you. ainsley: good to have you here. not surprising, right, if you read that "wall street journal" editorial board article, it says progressives are holding a 3 to 1 ratio to conservatives on the board. 80% of them are affiliated with harvard or yale. what's your reaction? >> well, i actually think it tilts further than that the number of the different people who are on there as kind of
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token conservatives are actually people who were strongly anti-trump, are anti-conservative in some respects, you know, are basically pro-big business types who are just being used as a fig leaf to try to suggest that this is in some way bipartisan. it really isn't. it's just something that's designed to try to make the case for a number of things that the progressive left wants to do to the court because they are mad about the fact that someone like president trump got three members placed on the court in amy connie bathe and justice gorsuch and justice kavanaugh. this is a situation that unfortunately threatens the basis of our trust for one of the institutions of government that still functions incapable of advancing legislation or the american people. the court has been looked to to resolve culture war issues.
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unfortunately because the left feels they have been on the losing side of a number of those battles, they're interested in packing the court and trying to fundamentally change one of the branches of government. ainsley: it's dangerous though, right? because when republicans get in office they can do the same thing. >> you know, it is dangerous. and we have seen that come back to bite the left in a number of different respects. but i think in this case, you know, they really feel like they need to press their advantage at the moment that they have it and try to push this through. it's really, you know, a generation of leftist trying to fundamentally change the institution in order to advance their extreme agenda. ainsley: last night "60 minutes" ended their show with sharon alfonsi reading some comments about her piece what she said about ron desantis. she said teeming up with publix pay to play since they gave money to his pac. listen to this. >> in the mail this week comments on our story about disparities in the distribution of covid-19 vaccine in palm
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beach county, florida. viewers focused on an exchange with florida governor ron desantis at a press conference. some viewers including a retired news man applauded the story. many more comments condemned our editing and reporting. then there was. this i have watched "60 minutes" for decades. after your biased piece on governor desantis i will only watch it one more time just to see if you broadcast this message. ainsley: ben? >> this is something that shouldn't surprise anyone anymore. so many institutions in the media, including "60 minutes," sadly, have now adopted an approach that essentially amounts to democratic propaganda. ron desantis is a popular rising politician whose success in dealing with this pandemic is, i think, something that no one can dispute and "60 minutes" went after him, trying to find some shrink in his arm error, some way to go after him that would
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undermine him as a politician. they were unable to find that truthfully inengaged in fallacious attempt to silence entire argument against their case. the fact is there is no question that publix should have been a member of this program. that they engaged in it in a forth right way that helped many, many floridians and in order for them to make this case, they had to engage in really deceptive approach that i think all of our viewers should understand is going to be the way that republican politicians are covered for the foreseeable future. it's a sad state of affairs, but no one should be surprised by it anymore. because it's not accidental, it's intentional. and you have to understand and expect it when it comes to covering any conservative who has the ability to have political success. ainsley: she didn't acknowledge doing anything wrong. she just read off opinions from people on both sides. thank you so much, ben, for being with us.
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can you listen to the ben domenech podcast at fox news podcasts.com or wherever you download your favorite podcast. thanks again, ben. one in four americans say they are making a job change once we are out of this pandemic. and we have got tips from one of the country's leading career development experts. that's next. ♪ guy fieri! ya know, if you wanna make that sandwich the real deal, ya gotta focus on the bread layers. king's hawaiian sliced bread makes everything better! ♪ (angelic choir) ♪ and here's mine! from prom dresses to workouts and new adventures you hope the more you give the less they'll miss. but even if your teen was vaccinated against meningitis in the past they may be missing vaccination for meningitis b. although uncommon, up to 1 in 5 survivors of meningitis will have long term consequences. now as you're thinking about all the vaccines your teen might need
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steve: new survey from prudentials one in four workers plan to look for a new job once the pandemic subsides. next guest written the book on career development and he has a plan to help everyone find that role, it's called career choreography. ken joins us now from los angeles. >> hey, steve, how are you los angeles it is. steve: all right. there are some people who are just riding the pandemic out and thinking, you know, i'm stuck in a job i don't really like. but there are other people who are thinking, you know what? maybe when this is over it's time to enter the workforce, so, first of all, let's talk a little bit about that. finding a new job. how do you do it these days? >> well, here it is, steve, you know, one thing, you want to have an optimistic mind set.
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this is an amazing opportunity for you to do a fulfilling professional re-set. second thing is, value your experience, your no-how, your contact, your track record. if i want a surgery i want to go to a doctor who has done it a million times and got continue right. in career choreography i talk about thinking down deep explore what you want for next job. what are you good at what do you love? what didn't you like about old job so you don't put it in new job. make a clarifying list all of the things that you want in your new job so you can use that to assess where you want to go and compare it with potential job opportunity and then the biggest tip, steve and this has worked for so many people, think about the people you have worked with throughout the years because one of them might be able to hire you or at least recommend you to somebody who can hire you. steve: absolutely. networking. things like that. >> networking. steve: what if you are entering the workforce for the first
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time? >> well, you know, you don't have a body of work to rely on so you have got to think about, you know, the courses you have taken, the summer jobs you have had. what makes you special. clarifying list once again crystallize in your mind what makes you special. you have to articulate that to a particular employer. do your employer. the internet is an amazing resource. know all about the company you are interviewing, applying to. and the people with whom you are interviewing. show them. steve: sure. >> that you have done your homework. then, when you interview, make sure that you let them know you did your homework, dress for success. tell them about your passion, your discipline, that you are a self-starter because the message you want to send is the way you represent yourself in an interview is the way you are going to represent that company should you be hired. lastly, what is a company is buy something your potential because you don't have a work track
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record yet so show them what you can be, show them your great potential and rock that interview. steve: there you go, it's all about rocking the interview and ultimately getting the job. who knows the pandemic could actually lead to something even better. the book is called "career choreography" i just looked it up on amazon it's the number one job hunting book right now. ken linder, thank you very much for joining us today from the city of angels. >> thank you so much, steve, pleasure. steve: we will step aside. senator con agenda joins us in a couple of minutes. you are watching "fox & friends" ♪
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didn't do what it needed to do. >> are we going to guarantee to the world that a we're going to get to the bottom of this? >> i think we have to. >> who predicted that? >> japan's first masters champion. [applause] brian: here we go. straight to a fox news alert. more civil unrest. a minnesota city the no longer under curfew after being rocked by violent protests overnight. steve: the national guard called out around midnight, on the ground ever since. the violence stemming from a police-involved shooting yesterday. ainsley: jackiey ban yesterday joins us with more. >> we've been following this all night. a minneapolis suburb looks a lot like the city did nearly a year ago. take a look for yourself. [background sounds]
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>> this is police in brooklyn center using tear gas and flash-bang grenades, crowds demanding justice for a black man allegedly shot by police when he tried to leave a traffic stop. protesters watching fireworks, looting several stores. it's unclear if there were any arrests. yesterday afternoon officers tried to arrest the man after learning he had an outstanding warrant. the suspect tried to get back in his vehicle and was shot by the officer. the man soon crashed into another car. he was declared dead at the scene. it wasn't long before a crowd formed, people claiming to be the suspect's relatives identify him as 20-year-old don today wright. demonstrators soon started throwing bricks at cars and jumping on police vehicles. back to you guys. steve: thank you very much, jackie.
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the brooklyn center cities has canceled or closed all school buildings for today. ainsley: they're learning online today. we are waiting on those body cam images which will reveal exactly what happened. brian: all right. let's bring in louisiana senator john kennedy, member of the senate budget committee, as we switch gears and talk about this infrastructure plan. it's about $2.2 trillion the, and, senator, i think people are starting to catch on to the fact that this is totally mislabeled. only between 5-20% depending on what you count as infrastructure is actually remotely related to infrastructure. do you think the american people are seeing through it? >> yes. they're not morons. and, look, president bidens has invited some of my colleagues today to visit the white house the talk about it, and i think that's a great thing. and here's what i hope my colleagues tell president biden: i hope they say, look, mr. president, we appreciate the invitation to come over, the
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white house cookies are great. we've got some questions though, because this thing you've proposed has more red flags than the chinese embassy. number one, show us a list of the projects. we can keep debating what kind of bill this is the, but show us a list of the projects you have in mind. you're asking us to get in the van, show us the candy first. number two, mr. president, no offense, but stop the niagara of lies and tell your staff to stop it. it's embarrassing. we can read the moody's analytics report. tell the truth about this thing. number three, we get it, we understand that a big part of your plan is the green new deal. so we have a fundamental question, mr. mr. president.
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before we spend another squillion dollars -- i think the whole plan costs $2.3 trillion with a 1.7 trillion tax increase, and by the way, a trillion is a thousand billion, before we do all that, tell us how much your green new deal is going to lower world temperature and over what period of time. i mean, that's why we're doing this, right? the climate activists and the intergovernmental panel on climate change, part of the u.n., says that we can only allow world temperatures to rise another one degree before we have an environmental apocalypse. that's the theory behind all of this. okay. tell us how much your plan is going to lower world temperatures. and number four, mr. president, we respect you, but you have to tell us how many jobs your corporate income tax increase is going to cost america.
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when you tax something, you get less of it. duh. our companies compete with every other country in the world for business given the fact we live in a global economy and capital is mobile. and any person who has even a casual relationship with the discipline of economics knows that corporations don't pay taxesment people do. taxes. people do. workers pay them in lower wages, investors pay them in lower returns, we pay them in higher prices. tell us how this is going to impact the american consumer. and let's be honest with each other. steve: well, and we were talking on friday, senator, about the estimates are that if this passed with the higher corporate taxes, it would cost at least one million american jobs in the first two years. so they're not only redefining what infrastructure is, but they're also redescribing -- because they can or they would
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like to try -- what it means to be bipartisan. you mentioned how they're going to have four republicans and four democrats there in the oval office later today at 1:45 -- >> right. steve: but here's what anita dunn said to the washington post. she said if you looked up bipartisan in the dictionary, i think it would say support from republicans and democrats. it doesn't say republicans have to be in congress. essentially what they're saying, and this kind of follows what joe biden said during his first press conference where he was talking about he's got a lot of support out there with republicans in america. as you travel around and you talk to regular people, is that what you've found? you've heard people say, look, i didn't vote for joe biden, but i really like his infrastructure plan. >> well, this is what i mean. stop the niagara of lies. this is why the aliens won't talk to us. just tell the truth.
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if you believe that statement, you need to go to bed. you're drunk. i mean, the whole point of this meeting today is to try and get republicans to vote for the bill. and, but we've got a lot of questions. the door's open. it's heavy, but the door's open. but the president and his team need to stop the spin and let's just get down to it. and stop implying that there's a free lunch here. there's no free lunch, and you don't get one now. everything free somebody had to work for. that much i know about life. ainsley: so joe biden said he was going to form this bipartisan commission -- steve: bipartisan again. ainsley: exactly. when it comes to the supreme court. but when you read the fine print and really dive into these folks on the commission, progressives pose a 3 to 1 ratio out of conservatives, and 80% are related with harvard or yale. we had ben domenech on earlier,
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he said many of these conservatives were never trumpers. so when it comes to court packing, they're going to make a decision. all these folks right here are going to help him come to a decision. but back in the '80s, joe biden and some of the liberal justices were against court packing. watch this. >> president roosevelt cheerily had the right to send to the united states senate and congress a proposal to pack the court. it was totally within his right to do that. he violated no law, he was legalistically absolutely correct, but it was a bonehead idea. it was a terrible, terrible mistake to make. >> nine seems to be a good number. it's been that way for a long time. >> what i'm trying to do is to make those whose initial instincts may favor important structural change or other institutional change such as court packing, think long and hard before they embody those changes in law. brian: that's a guy who wants to
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retire. ainsley: senator, what do you think's going to happen? old joe biden is different than this new joe biden. >> well, i can't tell yet whether the president really believes this silliness or he's just trying to appease the wokers. i can tell you the wokers do want to pack the supreme court. their vision for the united states supreme court is a lot different from the vision of the american people. they want activist judges. they want judges who will rewrite the united states constitution which i'm very fond of every other thursday to advance some social agenda that they can never get by the voters. they want activist federal judges who are basically politicians in robes. and they're upset at the fact that the united states congress just confirmed three real, call it like you see it judges to the supreme court, so they want to pack it. i hope president biden doesn't give in to them. brian: i just thought -- >> if he does, we're going to
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have a hell of a fight. i can put it that way. brian: right. and then, of course, he wants to make washington, d.c. a state and just change the economy and how we power the country. besides that it's just pretty much business as usual. one thing that's -- >> well, it's all, brian, it's all neo-socialism. and all neo-socialism is, is trickle down poverty. all you have to do is look at other countries that have tried it. brian: right. listen, i think it's getting pretty scary. i don't know who's in charge there. one thing that's kind of scary, sometimes on twitter you go on and you hear people sing, i was wondering if you recognize this guy and this voice and this song. ♪ born free, as free as the wind blows -- ♪ as free as the grass grows. ♪ born free to follow your heart. ♪ live free and beauty surrounds you. ♪ the world still astounds you
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each time you look at a star ♪♪ brian: i love it, and and we know that elsa eventually gets led back into the wild -- [laughter] and we assume lives a great life. what prompted that? >> well, it was just because i can't sing doesn't mean i won't sing. [laughter] i was trying to get folks' attention. i want my people in louisiana and the people of america and the people of the world to considering taking a vaccine. you don't have to. it's, you know, this is a free country. if you don't like that, i hear north korea's great this time of year. this is a free country. you don't have to take it. i took it. i think it works. i have two brothers who are physicians in whom i have great confidence. they've a taken it. they say it works. if you're scared of needles, they can accommodate you. it didn't hurt a bit. and i think it's our way out of this messment but people
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don't -- mess. but people don't have to take it. i sure hope they'll seriously consider it. brian: i got my first shot. waiting on my next one next monday. steve: we've all had it, and they're using the littlest needle possible. >> yeah. mine didn't hurt a bit. steve: there you go. well, you're probably just tougher than me. senator, want to show you -- this is a high school english teacher out in zahn -- san marcos, california, and she is essentially yelling at students because their parents are complaining about teachers not being back in the classroom. listen to this. >> your parents want to talk to me about their profession and their opinion on their profession? i would love to hear that. however, if your parent wants to come talk to me about how i'm not doing a good enough job in distance learning based on what you need as an individual, just dare them to come out.
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because i'm so sick to my stomach act of parents trying to tell educators how to do their jobs. steve: senator, i read comments by one of the mothers whose children were in that class, and she said when she was at work and her son sent her that, that video, she just burst into tears because she was horrified that her son had been sitting through those kinds of lectures the whole year. >> well, the lady's comments are obviously disappointing. in louisiana we've been back in the classroom since august. you know who did that? our teachers, our school administrators, our parents. brian: yep. >> and we need to get back in the classroom. i think it can be done safely. look, i can't tell -- i can't list you, without looking it up, the first six presidents of the
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united states in proper order, but i will never forget my first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth grade teacher. the future of this country is education. it's not the price of oil, it's not the unemployment rate, it's not who the u.s. senator is or who the president is, it's education. and we're going to lose a generation of kids here. and i wish -- i've said this to president biden. he needs to stand up -- brian brian he won't listen. >> -- and look the education community in the eye and say, and say open up the schools. brian: he's scared to death. he's scared to death to do it. he doesn't take on unions. he doesn't take on unions. >> well, he needs to look the education community in the eye and say set my children free. open up the schools. it can be done safely. we've given you the money. there's no excuse. brian: yeah. the governor of california also gutless as well, so the kids
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suffer. ainsley: and that's a perfect example of why they need to be back in school. this lady is losing it. she either needs the classroom or a vacation. >> i think most teachers want to go back. steve: i think you're exactly right. senator, or thank you very much. would you like to sing us out? is there another song you would like to sing for us us right now? >> thank you for that generous offer, i think i'm going to passment. [laughter] steve: okay. thank you very much, sir. always a pleasure. ainsley: coming up, aoc promised to push president biden further left, but the group that she and her allies are now turning to to pass their agenda might surprise you. bret baier on that. he's on deck. brian: plus, former secretary of state mike pompeo is making his day buy as a -- debut as a member of the fox news family. what is tougher? ♪♪ ♪
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♪♪ >> we can likely push vice president biden in a more productive direction about policy issues, issues from marijuana to climate change to foreign policy and making sure that we continue to fight for our progressive agenda in our future. steve: well, that is aoc during the campaign. she promised to push joe biden once he became president. well, now, aoc and her progressive allies are reportedly turning to an unexpected ally to forward their agenda, establishment democrats.
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ainsley: let's discuss with fox news chief political anchor, bret baier. >> hey, good morning. ainsley: i'm sure you were watching the masters -- brian: you were there. >> i was there. ainsley: how was it? >> oh, it was fantastic. it's just the most special place in the world, and congratulations to hawaii deck key maas january know. what a player. listen, i think that this is really stemming from the white house. the progressive caucus, the cpc, has been around for 30 years, but it never had this kind of influence. the reason it had this kind of influence is that there is a welcoming ear inside the white house, and who is that? they're dealing with ron klain, the white house chief of staff, when they meet, but they have the ear of the president.
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and joe biden, president joe biden is different than candidate joe biden. we've talked about that a lot on a number of different fronts. but they have definitively decided that they want to be a transformational administration when it comes to these progressive items. so the progressive caucus has a lot more power than it ever did. it was always kind of a small player up on capitol hill. now because of the white houses' acceptance, more moderate democrats are saying, hey, i need to get into this, and they're having a lot of sway. steve: if joe biden gets his way and he does pass this $2 trillion infrastructure program, they're going to have to pay for it. and one way is to raise taxes. i know you're involved in a new series available on fox nation called the unauthorized history of taxes. you, you talked to a guy by the name of scott hodge. he's an economist, right? >> exactly. the tax policy, yes.
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and he's really great as far as knowing the history. and one of the things that this five-part series does, and it drops this morning on fox nation, is it kind of lays out how we got here when it comes to taxes and perhaps where we're going. it's really fascinating to see how the country got to this point as far as this bubbling up bureaucracy that became the irs and became the tax system. and over time, i think the best description was it was like this bubbling monster behind somebody that nobody saw coming and then suddenly it was this giant blob. and it is like that in that it keeps on getting bigger and bigger, not smaller and smaller. steve: you know, you just perfectly set up the clip. let's watch, here's bret and scott hodge. >> the ever effort to make tax collection more efficient had at least one unlikely champion, the free market economist milton friedman. >> and so friedman came up with this idea, what if we withheld
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taxes from every paycheck that are then remitted to the federal government. >> withholding would become one of the most far-reaching extensions of federal power. brian: you didn't know it was gone because you never had it. >> yeah. and because it changed the system -- and milton friedman would later say he didn't realize he, in coming up with that idea, was creating this vehicle to make this monster that taxes became. and now you look at what president biden and his administration are trying to do, they're not trying to raise taxes to cut our debt, they're trying to raise taxes to do more of these big, big programs with a lot of federal government control. and that really hasn't happened since fdr. you know, today, 76 years ago today fdr died in warm springs, georgia. not since fdr have you seen this kind of effort to go after this massive bureaucracy.
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jfk, democratic president, was all about cutting taxes. it was ronald reagan who eventually got jfk's idea into policy and reality. brian: yeah. your series i watched last night, the special was great on the network. so, i mean, on this channel. and, bret, in the big picture too when it comes to taxes, i'm just wondering, there's a big difference where the rubber hits the road. we're in a depression, we need to do something cataclysmic. we're coming out of this pandemic. you watched our fed chief last night on with "60 minutes," he thinks we're going to hit hyperspeed. there's no reason to upend our economy with spending programs. >> i think you have some people who are saying that exact same thing, and some of them are surprise. larry summers is one of them. he says if you supercharge as we exit this pandemic, you run into the possibility of major inflation. ainsley: a conversation over the
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weekend, many here in new york were saying taxes are going up, some of the folks are going to be paying more in taxes than they're bringing home. thanks so much, bret. >> you bet. have a good one. steve: now i'm depressed. ainsley: sorry. brian: about the taxes. steve: where is that available again? ainsley: fox nation. fox nation is a members-only streaming service with exclusive access to original content and your favorite fox personality, foxnation.com. brianpipe still ahead -- airports iowans what's coming up, brian? brian: president biden promised his climate change agenda would bring new green jobs. ainsley: but today laid-off keystone workers are still looking for jobs, and carly shim discuss joins us with a story next. >> without working, we lose insurance, income. >> i've got two kids i'm having to support. >> there are no green jobs there. cancer can change everything. but your first treatment could be a chemo-free combination
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♪♪ ainsley: president biden's decision to halt the construction on the keystone xl pipeline crushed the hopes of so many blue collar workers that were hired for that project. >> my his and i, we were both going to have the opportunity to go work on the keystone.
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to have that future just completely taken away just by one signature -- >> i don't want to draw unemployment. >> we want to work. >> small townses, the industrieses are not there. brian: our own carley shimkus went to arkansas to check it out, she joins us now. >> reporter: that's right, good morning. so in february right after president biden killed the keystone xl pipeline, i spoke to laid-off workers. this time i went off to bald knob, arkansas, formerly known as the pipeliner capital of the world because of all the pipeliners who live there. and i found out, unfortunately, a lot of these people are still very much struggling. take a listen. >> it's hard to make plans when you've got an administration that's trying to crush your future. >> reporter: so the pipeline was killed in january, it's now april. give us an update. have you been able to find a job? >> not with the pipeline or any other thing right now, especially with the green energy -- >> i've looked for them green
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jobs, and they're not there. and that's the reason i started a trucking company, because there are no green jobs there. [laughter] i mean, i'll look him dead in his eyes and tell him. >> i lost probably 60-80 grand not being able to go on that job. that's my livelihood. if i'm not working, i'm barely scraping by. i've got two kids i'm having to support. what am i supposed to do there? >> without working we lose insurance, income. >> my whole family's unemployed. >> reporter: your whole family. >> my whole family. >> reporter: so what is everybody going to do? >> we don't know. we'll lose everything we have, that we've worked our entire lives for. >> reporter: tell me about bald knob, arkansas, they call it the pipeliner capital of the world. a lot of out of work pipeliners right now, so what's the mood in this town right now? >> it's terrible. terrible. usually this time of year you drive around, you don't see anybody. they're everywhere now. >> all of these people should be
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in another state working on the pipeline, and they're here -- >> drawing unemployment, if they're lucky enough. >> reporter: president biden has unveiled his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. >> i'm proposing a plan for the nation that rewards work, not just rewards wealth. i'm a union guy. i support unions. union has built the middle class, it's about time they start to get a piece of the action. >> reporter: do you feel included in that plan? >> no, of course not. it used to be blue collar jobs. green collar jobs right now. >> the middle class is standing right here telling him, hey, we're hurting, and we need jobs, and he hasn't even came on tv and said one thing. i'm not saying just do away with green energy, but i think dropping what we have now and going to something different is not a very good idea. >> he's not helping us, and i don't know of anybody that he's helped in other trades. i don't know if he's going to or
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not. i know that's what he says. of he's certainly not for union pipelines. >> reporter: you and 20 other state a.g.s have a lawsuit. you're suing the biden administration to try and overturn the pipeline decision. you say killing it is up constitutional. >> this is a decision of congress to make. when he used that pen and eliminated these pipeline permits, he did so without proper authority. we're simply asking the court to revoke the cancellation and to allow the pipeline to move forward until congress makes the decision. >> reporter: are you confident that you're going to win? >> we are because we're on the right side of the law. unfortunately for these hard working people, it could be months perhaps before we're able to get an injunction. >> reporter: you haven't given up on the keystone? >> no. they still have to have gas and oil to run those things. >> can't flip the switch --
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>> you know, i knew when he canceled the keystone, i knew that was the beginning of trying to force us in a greater direction. we need to stand up and let the administration that there's a lot of persons out here that depend on oil and gas whether the administration wants to admit it or not. they depend on it too. >> reporter: are you going to give up on the keystone xl pipeline? >> if the gas company sells the pipe and gives up, then i'll give up. if that pipe's still up there, there's still a chance. >> reporter: yeah. so, guys, clearly still a lot of hardship in these pipeline communities. and the thing that i found interesting was a lot of these folks took what president biden and john kerry said seriously, and they looked for those green jobs. but they say they're either not there or they don't pay well. is so while president biden is pushing his jobs plan getting america back to work, you just witnessed a group of people that do not feel included in that plan. steve: and they're union people. and they call blue collar joe
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green collar joe. carly, thank you very much. great reporting. brian: thanks, carly. still ahead, secretary of state antony blinken criticizing china's response to the coronavirus pandemic. >> i think that china knows that in the early stages of covid it didn't do what it needed toot. brian: no kidding. we're going to ask former secretary of state mike pompeo live next. refiplus lets you refinance at near record lows plus get cash. with home values climbing, now is the smartest time ever to turn your home's increased value into an average of $50,000 cash. refiplus. it's new, it's only for veterans, and it's only from newday usa. managing type 2 diabetes? you're on it. staying active and eating right?
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voice on fox -- [laughter] i'm thrilled to be part of the team. steve: thank you very much, sir. good to have you. brian: now the first topic, we got this late last night, "the new york times" reporting, i think, first that there was some type of sabotage at nuclear facility in iran that would set them back about a year as they start to weaponize their uranium. what is your take on the fact the israelis have not denied the fact that that they're behind this? >> look, any nation that feels threatened as the israelis surely must now that this administration is looking to head back into the terrible nuclear deal is going to defend itself. i can assure you the countries in the region, not just the israelis, know that the trump administration and the united states was with them, we were prepared to fight back against the world's largest state sponsor soft terror in iran. this administration, so it
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doesn't surprise me that the countries are looking to take action. ainsley: the secretary of defense, lloyd austin, is in jerusalem in netanyahu and has declared an ironclad commitment to israel, yet the biden administration's talking about possibly reviving the iran nuclear deal. what do you say? >> well, those two ideas are hard to square, ainsley. i'm happy that he talked about an ironclad relationship with israel. that's great news. it's right for israel, the middle east and, most important arely, it'll secure american freedom as well. but it's not words, it's deeds that people in that region watch. when you have an appeasement campaign in vienna, when you see them lifting terror sanctions or at least saying they're prepared to lift sanctions on a regime that has terrorized the region, puts american lives at risk, that's not good for our country or our friends in israel. and it doesn't feel very
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ironclad when you're about to go back into a deal many of which provisions have already expired. steve: mr. secretary, as soon as joe biden came into office, he signed a bunch of executive orders. one of them undid so many of the things at our southern border, and it is now a disaster down there, although i think they are calling it just challenging circumstances. how does it make you feel as somebody who worked with the last administration for years to try to get us to advance to a certain point to see the incoming administration just undo so much of what you did? >> you know, steve, it always -- i always find it interesting when they talk about the fact that we did america alone -- in fact, the deal that we struck to secure our southern border was something we worked hard with the mexican government, we worked hard with the government in guatemala, el salvador, honduras. we had real relationships with those people. we negotiated. we got to a place that made life better for their people and to
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watch them just come in and flip the switch and the tragedy we now see of these lives, these people who are trying to come through mexico to get into the united states because president biden green lighted this is absolutely tragic. and to watch them do this in a unilateral way and make the lives worse not only for people in texas, arizona and california, but people all across our southern boundary, it's tragic. brian: the woman who was in charge of the border just resigned, oops, what a terrible job she did. in mexico, they say forget the remain in mexico policy, we're not going back to it. can you believe how these relationships have fractured so quickly? they're not even there 100 days. >> it took a lot of work. this was or hard work building those relationships. it's what good diplomacy did, what our team did. we watched these countries say, fine, we'll help you at the southern border, but we've got to get this right, and you,
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america, have to do the right things too. we did that. we negotiated. we made clear we were going to close the border, and when we did that, we turned off the magnet, the incentives for people to make that terrible trek across mexico were gone x then we began to work with these countries to make sure that we handled it well. you can't just flip the switch, you have to work alongside of them and build partnerships. that's how we protect american sovereignty. ainsley: mr. secretary, thank you for joining us. welcome again to fox. >> thank you, all. have a good day. ainsley: it is 46 minutes after the hour. still ahead, the family of a slain police officer speaks out against his convicted killer. dan bongino's goings to sound off -- going to sound off. but first, let's check in with dana perino. dana: good morning, everybody. a new report claims the biden administration is considering serving cash payments to central
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steve: welcome back. a fox news alert, a curfew in minnesota has ended this morning at six a.m. after a night rocked by violent protests following a police-involved shooting. ainsley: former nypd officer and fox news contributor dan bongino is here to react to it. hey, dan. what's your reaction? >> how are you? good morning. ainsley: doing well, thank you. >> yeah. listen, ainsley, we have a process, right? this is what separates us from third world republics. it's been said often that civilizations have been crushed on a volcano, right? which is true. look throughout the course of human history. what's that thin crust comprised of? basically, our police officers that keep law and order and that we all agree to live by a series of rules. now, sometimes, unfortunately, you support incidents by police against civilians break bad. you know, i was a police officer. the overwhelming majority are good, kind, decent people there to do the right thing. unfortunately, there are a few bad ones in there, sprinkled in
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the bunch that can do a lot of damage. but, ainsley, we have a process to weed them out. there are civilian complaint review boards, there's internal affairs, there's the legal system. if you happen to commit a crime as a police officer, you're not immune from that. why we're ignoring this process -- not we, but people involved in this unrest and just throwing it out. i mean, this is -- you want chaos and anarchy and you have no regard whatsoever for what that flag stands for, then this is the way to do it, by jumping to a conclusion before we have any of the facts. brian: so this guy did not pull over, he was on the phone with his mom, he ends up dead. we don't know the ins and outs of it, but protests at night make everyone who's wearing the uniform even more nervous to do it or reluctant to put pit on again. -- put it on again. and there are body cams on this. we're going to get to the bottom of this. >> yeah, exactly. that's my point. i can't get in the head of
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people who do this type of thing. you have no idea right now what happened. you have a general template of something that went down. listen, i don't know -- no one should get shot, but unfortunately, we have use of force incidents by police when people engage in behavior that has to be stopped. you pull a gun on a police officer, you can't just let them shoot the police officer. can we get the facts first before we start looting? by the way, looting and destroying people's businesses, can you place -- please explain to me what that has to do with justice in how a third party who has nothing to do with anything who is just running a business to get by, what the hell do they have to do the with anything? how does stealing from them, how does that help anything? how does that get to the bottom of justice? if the police officer was in the right, we'll find out. if they weren't, they'll be subjected to the same process we've had the whole time. can everybody calm down and take, let's get, you know, let's get our arms around the facts
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before we start stealing people's stuff from a store in the name of so-called, you know, air quotes, justice. that's not justice, that's chaos. steve: here now a case that we absolutely know what happened. in '81 a guy kills a cop. and the cop's name is robert walsh. the guy who killed him a guy named richard rivera who wound up going to prison. but now governor cuomo, in the wake of george floyd, said we need to have a commission to study police reform, and so they have appointed this guy, the cop killer, to the commission. the family of robert walsh said to the new york post this: our family is completely outraged and heart broken that our father's killer has not only been released, but was selected to be a part of the ithaca and thompkins county police reform man. his appointment to this panel was absolutely disrespectful to our father's legacy and represents another painful
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tragedy for our family. mr. bongino? >> listen, steve, you know, i'm a proud believer in jesus christ, i am, you know, i know it's not a religious show. redemption, he forgave the man on the cross next to him. i'll see you in heaven, he said. but redemption, that's your issue with the lord. the fact that you put this guy on a panel, a panel, i mean, with this -- they lost their family member. they are never going to see this person again. and you put the convicted person on a reform panel? i mean, listen, folks, come on. there's redemption and then there's stupidity. i mean, this is a slap in the -- if you were looking to just with stick it to these people, this is exactly what you would do. again, if he wants forgiveness, let him pray on it. i'm sure jesus will be there for you one day. but you don't put him on a police panel with the family. they will never, ever see their
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family member ever again, and thousand you stick it to -- this is a hot poker in the eye if i've ever seen one. honestly, i thought it was a bad joke. unfortunately, it's not. brian: dan bongino, thanks so much. i think ithaca also voted to defund the police, so we know where their mindset is. talk to you soon. >> thanks, guys. brian: more "fox & friends" in just a moment. great news for veterans who need money for their family. that's me. refiplus from newday usa lets you refinance at near record lows plus get an average of $50,000. that's me. that's money for security today or retirement tomorrow. that's me. refiplus. when it comes to autism, finding the right words can be tough. finding understanding doesn't have to be. we can create a kinder,
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>> birmingham, alabama. i love it there. it's so beautiful. fun to visit. thank you for watching us and we'll see you tomorrow. good luck with the radio show, brian. >> dana: violent protests in minnesota overnight after police shot and killed hundreds of protestors in brooklyn center and the national guard is heading to minneapolis. >> bill: i'm trace gallagher in for bill hemmer. this is "america's newsroom." that looting after police say an officer pulled a driver over for a traffic violation. they say they realized he had an outstanding warrant and tried to arrest him. >> dana: all this

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