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has been reached. they have told people out there that are abortion activists to make their anger known. very frightening and i hope the department of justice is paying close attention. they ought. to say. >> carley: i think everybody hopes that we will have to wait and see if any arrests come down because, boy, they warranted. lara, thank you so much. happy friday. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ life from new york city. all-american summer concert series today continues. on that stage we just heard her about 10 minutes ago doing a sound check ten nil arts is going to be our featured three
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weeks radio song kids any and top country 50 chart as well. so you have will love that and we have so much more. >> ainsley: we also have the mclemores serving barbecue from the great state of georgia. and father and son duo. they both look young. one is john and one is john jr. >> steve: that's all, master built. >> ainsley: y'all look great. >> ainsley, thank you. and brian and steve. we love coming here for the foxconn setter series. and we have got some hero recipes this morning. we are cooking a little breakfast on the master built series. >> we have eggs and bacon. >> we are going to do a recipe french toast griddled cabobs. and check this out over here. we have actually got some chicken for you, brian. we have a surf simple recipe for you.
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we are going to send you home with some of the seasoning for your chicken. one season, that's it. pigs in a blanket for you. >> brian: i asked you guys what are you barbecuing i eat chick be. he goes let me send you something. it was three pages. listen, i just grill with barbecue sauce on maybe. you overestimated my skill. >> we dumbed it down for brian. >> ainsley: one seasoning in a jar. >> brian: i need a barometer. >> i am the son. we are not brothers. just a compliment to him, right? >> steve: john senior started the company. before we get started. will you explain where you came up with the name master built? >> oh, steve, thank you. i love telling this story so in 1937 my dad mclemore founded master built. founding of that company. m&m welding in backyard. my dad was a man of faith, my mom was, too. he said a prayer to god. god, if you will help me run the
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company we were looking for the will you're the master, i'm the builder. if you help me run this company we will name it after you. that's where the name master built came from. >> steve: fantastic. >> brian: we will check in with you a little bit later. thank you, guys. >> thank you. it. >> ainsley: can't wait. delicious. >> brian: explosive day in news. >> steve: although they had me at pork belly, just saying. 6:03 here in the east. late last night the senate passed a bipartisan gun safety bill fast tracking the measure to the house which is expected to take it unjust about 9:00 this morning. >> ainsley: on the same day the supreme court overturning a century old law limiting gun rights here in the state of new york. setting the stage for more turmoil over firearms. >> brian: unbelievable what took place yesterday. greff jenkins makes it all make sense and tells us what's changed today in washington, d.c. >> griff: i will try my best, brian, ainsley and steve.
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you are right, ainsley, the timing appears to be coincidence how remarkable that the high court and senate weighing n gun rights in very different ways. let's start under the capitol dome. senate democrats needed only 10 republicans and they got 15 on an issue the g.o.p. has long resisted on guns. majority leader schumer praise praised the bipartisan vote but the g.o.p. support was really driven by minority leader mitch mcconnell. in negotiations were led by senator john cornyn. >> i knew that this effort was about the art of the possible. looking at areas where we could agree and setting aside those areas where we could not. >> griff: but not everyone did agree. senator ted cruz blasted n a statement saying the approach of the democrats is to try to take away firearms from law-abiding citizen. to try to go after the second amendment rights of law-abiding citizen. those red flag law provide an opportunity to disarm
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law-abiding citizens. states with low standard of proof with little to no due process protections. key provisions of that bill do include the red flag laws which would take away guns from people deemed dangerous. it also expands background checks to include juvenile records. and it closes that so-called boyfriend loophole barring domestic abusers from purchasing firearms. the bill now heads to the house. where speaker pelosi says she will ghetto a floor vote, quote first thing this morning. but it will be next with fierce republican opposition. minority whip schas already rallying members to vote no. this as fox news latest polling shows americans favor at least five proposals to reduce gun violence as you see on the screen by 80% or more. meanwhile, just across the street, the supreme court striking down a new york law that heavily restricts conceal carry permits for gun owners. in a 6 to 3 decision.
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justice clarence thomas writes this saying it prevents law-abiding citizen with ordinary self-defense needs from exercising their right to keep and bear arms. he continued: we know of no other constitutional right that an individual may exercise only after demonstrating to government officers some special need. down pennsylvania avenue, president biden had this reaction. >> there are -- the gun laws in 40 of these states are still in place, based on the decision. not good enough but i think it's a bad decision. i think -- i think it's not reasoned accurately, but i'm disappointed. >> now, i think it's important to point out that this decision only impacts a handful of states, but it may also open the cure for more future challenges to other gun laws. meanwhile we are still watching the high court very closely this morning where we expect more decisions to come down, particularly that dobbs case involving abortion with protesters on both sides of the issue gathering there again
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today. brian, ainsley and steve? >> brian: unbelievable, griff, thanks so much. you could not have a more, i guess time to retain a full-time attorney to break down what went down yesterday. on a 6-3 -- should i say 65-33 vote, republicans and democrats passed the most significant gun legislation since 1993. i think also, there's a lot in here that republicans were talking about should be in. instead of taking away your a.r. 15. instead of raising the age to 21 for purchases. let's talk about mental health and school safety. it's in here. let's not talk about -- let's not talk about universal background checks and let's not talk about gun registration for the entire country. it's not in here. i think a lot of this stuff is extremely logical. i think to have an 18-year-old go to buy a gun and say hey, wait a second can we just check your mental health records, make sure you are not registered with the new york state for some type of hurting you or hurting
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yourself? >> steve: right. >> brian: waiting a couple days to do just because you turn 18 doesn't mean you have this clean record as we found out in buffalo and uvalde. i think that getting money for a red flag law is not telling states you better do this. and if you don't want to take the money for red flag laws put it towards mental health. i think there is a logic to this that i think republicans should have -- instead of a knee-jerk reaction of anything with guns is bad. i think that if you take your time and go through what we have seen so far a lot of this is logical. >> there were 15 republicans that agree with you that are senators in our country. some of them, not all of them, but here have a few you will recognize. johnny collins, lindsey graham, mitt romney and murkowski. here is a list all those faces. >> steve: exactly. we are talking about two different things. this is about the bipartisan gun bill that passed the senate. we haven't seen any sort of legislation like this for close to, what, 30 years, something like that. but this is how washington is supposed to work. over the last couple of
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administrations, every time they want to change something, regarding all of us, they do it by executive order. and so it -- with every administration, it changes. 15 republicans signed on to this because they thought it was a good idea. >> they are not supposed to get as much republican support in the house though. >> steve: we will see about that. interest keep in mind, the democrats wanted an outright ban on assault weapons and require people to be 21 before they could buy anything that is semiautomatic. the republicans said look, if you want us on board you have to meet us in the middle. so this is a bill that meets them in the middle. >> ainsley: instead now if you are under 21, they are saying you should have extensive background check. >> steve: we will see where it goes exactly. meanwhile the other thing. >> brian: steve, one more thing, just on this. >> steve: we could go on for an hour. >> brian: i know. i understand that. for people just to take a look at it i know i haven't read all 80 pages. if you flair to the florida law
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that passed republican governor they banned bump stocks. raised 18 to 21. involuntary admission to a psychiatric evaluation you are not allowed to have a gun. greater program to train school staff. i mean, you look at what passed in florida by a republican legislature and republican governor after the parkland shooting so far i haven't seen a lot of complaints and ron desantis hasn't looked to reverse anything. i think people have to calm down. just read it rather than run to their corners and say if it's bad or good. >> steve: all right. so that is the bipartisan gun bill that passed the senate and now at 9:00 in the morning it's going to go to the house rules committee and then they are going to -- it's going to go through the house pretty quick. meanwhile, we will talk a little bit about new dodge city. the "new york post" writes extensively about how the supreme court in a 6-3 verdict recognizes the right to carry
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guns in public. and essentially what it says, the "wall street journal" had this great line. they say the second amendment doesn't disappear when you walk out your front door, which is a perfect way to put it. what it does is it strikes down new york's regulations on carrying a gun in public. griff mentioned there are a filibuster of states. there are six states in the united states that offer residents no clear path to getting a gun to defend themselves. those states are new york and new jersey, where we all live. maryland, massachusetts, california and hawaii. and so essentially. what this says, justice thomas wrote the second amendment and the 14th amendment protect an individual's right to carry a handgun for self-defense outside the house. so now what they have said is the laws in those six states are not constitutional so each of those six states is going to have to come up with a way to get, you know, to satisfy the supreme court so the people can apply.
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if they feel threatened, they got to be able to go their chief of police and say i need a conceal carry permit and they have a method to get that into the hands of that person. >> ainsley: used to be in new york or it always has been. i don't know how this is going to change. if you were threatened by someone, you had to show a reason in order to prove that you needed to carry a gun. >> steve: it was almost impossible. >> ainsley: everyone talks about that here that the chances of you have trying to get a gun and carry a gun in new york, i mean, you must have probably so many threatening emails and people who have showed up at your house threatening -- it has to be so extensive for them to say yes, you can carry a gun right, chris? chris nods his head. are we are not sure. the crime in our city has gone through the roof. a lot of people might be excited about this. they might say i want to protect myself. other people on the other side like our governor might say no, this is egregious, this is horrible. especially after school
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shootings. shooting in buffalo in our state. this is going to put more guns out on the streets. you have both sides arguing this our governor tweeted this out this is outrageous in a moment of national reckoning on gun violence the supreme court has recklessly struck down a new york law that limits those who can carry concealed weapons. president biden said he is deeply disappointed about this. >> brian: elise stefanik weighed in and said we did it i was proud to be part of an effort alongside my good friend claudia tenney who filed a amicus brief. the new york state rifle association for filing this. they say in: new yorkers should be able to defend themselves outside of their homes without first having to prove they have sufficient need fundamental rights. nothing changes today. but i believe you can carry a gun unless -- unless there is a reason not to carry a gun which is pretty much like the rest of the country, except for the states, steve, that you mentioned. now, if you think about this. there is a provision in this
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ruling that -- written by justice kavanaugh that said okay. new york. give as you list of places you don't want to have guns. subways, hospitals. places of worship. state capitols. list them. schools with 1,000 feet of schools. we'll put it in a and then try to get that pass legally and then there will be provisions where you can't carry a gun different take on what second amendment rights are and justice tomsz says of course you have a second amendment in new york. 1911 the sullivan law passed. this guy named big tim witnessed a horrible shooting and the mayor also shot while taking his picture. hey, let's just ban guns. unless you need a gun, don't take a gun and things changed since 1911. this finally gets challenged and the supreme court goes yeah, this is not right. we have a second amendment for a reason. >> steve: right. so every state -- those six
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states are now going to have to figure out how to comply with what the u.s. supreme court said. >> ainsley: if you you wanted to carry in new york, you couldn't just go get a permit right now. >> steve: i have a permit for another state. but it is not applicable here. and that is the problem. because, there's a patchwork of uneven bills and laws across the united states. and chris is nodding his head that's absolutely right. >> ainsley: every state has their own laws. >> steve: the state legislature will come up with some sort of rules where if you want it, you might have to get fingerprinted. you might have to have a background check. whatever it will be. it will probably be for every state. >> brian: i don't think they can deny you anymore. unless there's a reason not to have a gun, you get it. as opposed you are not having a gun unless there is an extreme reason to have one. everything just changed even though it doesn't get implemented right away. they are giving new york time to list some places that you can't carry. >> ainsley: in a few weeks we
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need to interview some of these gun training schools in new york to see if they are seeing applications. >> gun use and gun purchases are up 30%. so if you think guns are going away because the legislation is just the opposite. meanwhile, we are going to have claudia tiny, father new york state judge and she has on this amicus brief she is going to be joining us here as a new york lawmaker she sex extremely happy today. still ahead a career glamour new york city busted for the 99th time how soft on crime policies are impacting the door of justice. >> ainsley: from saying hello to sitting in his chair. you won't believe what chesapeake bay cheat sheet as the president absolutely showed the press. it was backwards. >> brian: that's the problem you give him something to do and he held it the wrong way. >> steve: turn it around
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check out video of a massive group. the group had just crossed into the united states. the biden administration is now releasing up to 1,000 detained migrants every day foe avoid overcrowding at detention centers in eagle pass. commercial buses are then taking them to san antonio. a criminal career who refers to herself as a professional shoplifter was just arrested for the 99th time this week in new york city. michelle owe kelli arrested for attempting to leave a
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convenience store with a bagful of goods without paying after her arraignment on thursday mckelly was granted supervised release again by the judge. arch manning is going to texas. a five star recruit officially committing to play for the longhorns in a 2023 football season. choosing texas after alabama, clemson and georgia all made efforts. he is nephew of peyton manning all-american at tennessee and former giant eli manning an all-american at ole miss. the son of cooper,. >> brian: is he a fox personality. >> carley: we couldn't do the whole family tree. >> brian: you should mention his dad. >> brian: he had the narrowing of the spine, stenosis. >> ainsley: right now is manning passing academy which is right outside in louisiana. and one of my friends her son is
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there. i'm sure they are celebrating and talking about this. i will have to ask her today. >> brian: cooper wide receiver and the brother and catching passes from peyton as a sophomore and then he goes to college and finds out he goes through an examine narrowing of the spine. >> carley: why he never played in the nfl. >> brian: or college. set to play in college i forget where. ole miss. and that was his story. >> steve: congratulations. >> ainsley: pressure on this kid? oh my gosh. >> carley: for college football. >> ainsley: everyone them them. >> brian: arch, sam manning, archie manning. >> ainsley: wonderful family so loved and supported. >> steve: what a legacy. speaking of pressure, we know you are under a lot of pressure. the price of your gas is killing you. then again, they are going to keep it high until you buy a $65,000 electric car. we know that because we're
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transitioning. we are transitions from when things were easy to buy to everything is hard. >> brian: transition nobody wants. >> steve: no kidding. yesterday, we told you that the president had called to washington some of the oil companies executives. the ceos. the president himself did not even show up to talk to them. he sent the energy secretary granholm. >> ainsley: right. >> steve: who can't make any decisions. she can say yeah, we are transitioning and stuff like that. meanwhile, the president was at the white house in the roosevelt room not with the people who control all of the oil, that all of our cars and trucks and houses run on citizen instead in the will roosevelt room meeting with ceos. wind energy only consists of 3% of the u.s. energy production. he is showing how tall the
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windmills are going to be. it's just -- it's a it niche power source right now. if we are trying to do all hands on deck. why is he talking to the wind people and not the gas people. >> ainsley: one mile from the white house oil executives and several of the reporters and we will get to that in a minute. asking the white house why wouldn't he go over there. these executives, these ceos are rarelily in town. high gas prices right now. america cannot afford this and you are touting alternative energy when it's not even available. when it's not affordable for us. when you sign up for an electric car it takes them two years to make it if you have the 65 or $61,000, which is the average electric car. the white house says this is just part of his schedule. he hasn't -- the wind energy people were on his schedule. he stays at the white house in the roosevelt room and meets with the winds and not the oil executives right down the street. we need them all to meet and come up with a solution together to help you, the american
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family. here is what the president had to say. >> technology is changing so incredibly, look, you know, we are going to deepen our partnership on offshore wind as well as climate overall. the wind, that's out in the ocean is always blowing. it's not like it's every once in a while like you wait on shore. we have to do battery storage, storing technology et cetera. it's always blowing. and it can produce as much energy as a coal mine, as much energy as a oil well. >> brian: that's fascinating. no wonder his approval rating 36%. >> he goes to the wrong meeting. he got the worst staff in the history of this country. whoever said it would be a great idea to have a photo op. with a windmill when everyone is paying close to $6 in gas and at some places as high as $10, over $100 to fill up your tank, and he is telling us how great the wind
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is. the meeting he went to should have lasted an hour and 15 minutes. the meeting he should have preside over and demanded answers from lasted one hour and 15 minutes. a source says the meeting was good. they talked about everything, including suspending the jones act. remember, chevron and all these other agencies put together a 10 point plan to immediately increase energy production but would also help in europe and huge profit margins. instead, he doesn't show up. and he talks about wind. absolutely unbelievable that this is -- nothing actually took place. so you wonder. he keeps saying i'm doing everything possible to get gas prices down. but he won't do anything necessary. i think the defense production act would be a blessing. he says i'm going to use that and force to you refine more? really the defense production act. i could eliminate red tape. get rid of bureaucracy, be forced to drill. putting environmental regulations to the side or expediting decisions.
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that's basically what they want from the beginning. their threat would be a blessing. so, peter doocy, wrought up this to the press secretary, how could you go to the wrong meeting? >> the president isn't really doing everything he can to bring gas prices down, is he? >> i feel like there -- is there something else to the question? >> there is a lot to the question. >> okay. >> for example, as i mentioned earlier, he is meeting today with people in selling offshore wind equipment, but not oil and gas ceos are ho are rarely ever in town but they are today. so how did that help lower gas prices. >> the president has done a -- let me step back for a second. >> no, offshore wind not with gas ceos how does that lower gas prices. you said he has done everything in his power. they were a mile away. >> peter, you are asking me a question. may i answer? >> yes, please. >> steve: so her answer was we
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are transitioning. and essentially she said. >> brian: who isn't transitioning now. that's the buzz word of this white house. >> steve: we are transsingsing until everybody gets electric car. talking like 1% or 2% have electric cars. >> ainsley: can i interrupt you. >> steve: absolutely. >> ainsley: peter says is that the choice $5 a gallon gas or $61,000 electric car? she says that's apples and oranges and that's not the same. those are the choices. >> brian: you power that electric car by using natural gas to make electricity or coal. could they think we are idiots? i think the answer to that is absolutely yes. is he going to go over to europe. he is going to listen to them saying they have no natural gas. he knows we have a ton of natural gas it could be a boon for everybody. >> ainsley: okay, sorry. i just wanted to say peter asked that. >> steve: i just got a text from peter he just landed in germany. is he going over to the g-7. >> ainsley: brian can give him tips on the language.
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>> guteen. >> steve: guteen morgan. he said good morning, i think. it was probably a karma thing. the president should have been at the oil thing but instead he went to the wind thing. as it turns out, he held up at one point a little note. and a recover from got it. >> brian: so embarrassing. >> steve: with a high resolution camera. >> ainsley: it's backwards. supposed to be flipped around. >> steve: this is terrifying because the president of the united states apparently does not know when to sit down. these are the instructions. at the top it says you enter the roosevelt room and say hello to participants. you take your seat. press enters. you give brief comments for two minutes. press departs. you ask the president of the alf-cio a question. she is joining virtually. essentially don't look around. she is not there. you thank participants and you depart. ladies and gentlemen, whoever typed that up and whoever puts
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this stuff in the teleprompter is the person who is running the united states of america. >> ainsley: very scary. >> brian: unbelievable. >> ainsley: who is this person? >> brian: who is the president that needs that card? that is our president. >> ainsley: the one making decisions for you and your family every single day, important decisions. >> brian: sit in your chair? >> ainsley: were they scared he is going to sit in someone else's chair? >> steve: here's the thing. >> brian: stunning. >> ainsley: why do you to have to tell the president to enter a room. >> steve: somebody tells us what to do. here is the sequence of events for "fox & friends." >> brian: as usual i memorize that. >> steve: you sit on the curvey couch. >> ainsley: you all caps. >> you ad-lib about the news. >> ainsley: he can't be a lid. >> you say goodbye at #:00 and this applies to me you go home and nap. >> ainsley: brian, if you are made up a cheat sheet for the president and switched them at the last minute what would yours say? >> brian: that would say that governor junk i spent a day with
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him. five events, one event this was his briefing go in there and meet two veterans. and meet the owner of the grocery store got it what's his background understood. the guy was there for 90 minutes. that's the governor of a united states. that's the president of a country. we will come back and talk about more stuff it. >> ainsley: claudia tenney is coming up. >> brian: what are we supposed to do now? >> ainsley: you go to break. >> brian: take a nap.
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hung win for gun rights. the law made applicants prove why they needed a license which the courts say violate the second amendment and the constitution. new york congresswoman claudia tenney led the charge in the amicus brief along with elise stefanik. she joins us now. congressman, your thoughts on this win. >> yeah. this is a big win. and i'm just honored to have led 175 of my colleagues in the house on this great win and this is really just a win not just for new yorkers but it's a win for americans with a beautiful decision that was put out by justice thomas very clear, incredibly brilliant in its simplicity just restating and underscoring that the right to keep and bear arms shall not be
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infringed we are so glad that justice thomas delivered this decision on behalf of new yorkers and american citizens. >> brian: the sullivan law went into play 2011. this guy tim sullivan introduced a law following a big shooting in grand mercy park. they outlawed the carrying of a weapon without a police-issued permit. why did it stand all these years and why does it need to change now? >> i think it's just that there was not a will to change this in new york. obviously, very left leaning justices on the courts in the past and a lot of lack of understanding of the clarity of the second amendment. and justice thomas outlined that the second amendment should be read using the plain language that this is a right, it's a constitutional right. it's not a second class right as he calls it i think finally we have a 6-3 court ruling that this was actually a right to bear arms. >> brian: right. >> not just in your home but outside. interesting, on the sullivan case, it was also determined
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that this case had something to do in part of our novel approach in our amicus brief, which is our friend of court brief, is that there was a bigoted type of standard that they were discriminating people of certain ethnicity and color, which is why what is so incredible while the left is breathlessly melting down, including mayor adams and governor hochul, the left leaning legal aid society of new york city hailed this decision as a civil rights win because now people of black and brown dissent will not be arbitrarily discriminated against in their exercising their constitutional right to bear arms. and so this is a big win for civil rights as well. >> brian: very interesting. so, so far there is a two-page opinion within this opinion. catholic church put in. that appears to limit the bill. they are going to say come up with a list of places you don't want to carry a gun like government building, subways, parks, day care centers, cemeteries, worship houses. how will that work? when will this new legislation or this new view of the second
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amendment affect new yorkers? recommendation well, this is effective immediately because it's the supreme court decision. remanded back to the courts. right now, what it does is take away the ability to require people to have a restricted conceal carry permit. not just in new york but across the country. many states don't have this requirement that new york has. >> brian: what about those restrictions, congresswoman? what about the restrictions that kavanaugh put in there. are you taupe that? should you be able to carry a gun by a school, church? government building. >> yeah. i don't agree with justice kavanaugh because anywhere that you need bear arms, and that was clearly done, there was exhaustive historical account by justice thomas and also an interesting concurrence by justice alito who also clarified this even further. this is a simple right to bear arms not just to keep arms but to bear arms outside of your home. so now new york jurisdictions and jurisdictions across the
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country that have this extra restriction aren't going to be able to uphold those with police rules, also, there are going to be certain areas where there will be restrictions. this is not completely unrestricted access to a firearm and to a conceal carry license. so it's -- in terms of where you can carry, i think that remains to be seen in light of justice kavanaugh's concurrence. but, the main opinion by justice thomas is very clear that the right to keep and bear arms is still preserved and something that is kept by the second amendment. >> brian: affects six other states. we seal how this goes. a huge titanic win for you here in new york 6-3 the "new york post" in an editorial is against it the governor and mayor are against it. you, obviously, are for it. congratulations, congresswoman. >> thanks so much. >> brian: all right. still ahead on this show. travel delays, cancellations leaving summer plans up in the air. we are going to tell you the big hiring perks airlines are offering to get your flight
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from cr ment radio and award shows. >> three big nominations tonight. >> until a few years ago, only a handful of people truly knew the real cody alan in early 2017 he took to social media to reveal something he had been hiding his whole life. he wrote on instagram, you see, i'm gay. this is not a choice i made but something i have known about myself my whole life. i'm happier and healthier than i have ever been. >> you have to be who you are or you just can't be 100 percent happy because you are faking it. you have feel like a fraud. i didn't want to feel like that the rest of my life. the outpouring of love that i got within minutes from fans, from the audience, and from country music artists i had known for years. people like carrie underwood and dierks bentley and toby keith and that meant the world to me. >> but he says it wasn't always an easy task. born to a conservative family in south carolina, he was raised christian and as an adolescent converted to mormonism, marrying
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and having two children. >> i wanted to do what i felt then was right only to learn years later that god loves me just the same now as he did then. on the weekends i would be back home with the family and i didn't have work oh i got to figure this out now. and i'm not comfortable completely with this guy that i am. >> he realized he couldn't hide anymore and finally tells his wife the truth. she cried with me. because i was definitely sobbing over it i didn't know what to do. and she helped me through that. alan says her support helped him come out publicly and any concerns he had about being accepted in his professional life were quickly proven wrong. and that's the beauty of it everybody can love country music. >> he writes about his struggles and revelations in his autobiography here's the thing. it's a mix of personal stories and life lessons. most importantly the need to listen. >> there is so much chatter out there that's meaningless. and this might cut through and
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allow people the chance to realize it's okay not to speak. silence can be golden because you can. >> for alan pride is about being authentic and also standing up for other community. especially those who feel they don't have a voice. >> i have received thousands of messages from kids on dirt roads who are trying to figure thenselves out who say i am gay and i love country music, too. thank you for speaking up. and those of us who represent and have voices and platforms like i do, we speak up for you and we are doing all we can to have your back. >> cody is happenly engaged in michael trey smith. not only to doo he and his ex-wife get along they have family dinners and go on vacation together. how about that? back to you guys on the curvey couch. >> steve: all right, michael. thank you very much. all right. it is a dozen minutes before the top of the hour and carley joins us right now with news from
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nancy pelosi. >> carley: the pelosi household and it's not good. nancy pelosi's husband could face jail time after being charged with driving under the influence in napa county, california. paul pelosi's blood alcohol content was above the legal limit two hours are a the crash. the speaker's husband is only charged with a misdemeanor. that carries a punishment of up to five years probation and a minimum of five days in jail. the biden administration is moving to forgive and forget another $6 billion in student loans for 200,000 borrowers. the deal will cancel debt for borrowers who went to mostly for profit colleges like devry, the kwr-6r9 of phoenix and now defunct itt technical institute. senator elizabeth warren claiming there is no evidence forgiveness will lead to inflation but economists say this policy, could in fact, raise the inflation rate by up
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to a half percent over 12 months. and, with a stunning first pick in the nba draft, it van chair row goes to the orlando mask. a lot of guys hungry ready to win. i'm the same way. so stepping in, i'm going to fit right in could be for a championship. >> carley: tapped for rs first overall pick. after months of negotiation, the magic got their guy. look at that hug there happy moment. >> ainsley: looked like a lady was crying in the background. measure his mom. paolo ban chair row, very catchy. >> >> sounds like an nba player. >> ainsley: summer barely begun and airlines are having trouble keeping up with the demand.
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♪ many. >> adam: welcome back to a beautiful morning out here on fox square where we are going to see wonderful weather as we are gearing up for the all-american summer concert series. the weather headlines though across the country, heat is going to be building particularly again in the middle of the country already seeing temperatures up to 76 degrees early this morning in fargo. plus a real heat today stretching from portions of central texas all the way across to florida. we have got heat advisories and some excessive heat warnings in place. some heat indices up to 115 degrees before the day is over. so some real powerful heat. see 103 in dallas. # 2 degrees today in atlanta. 92 degrees in chicago. new york city topping off only at 80. don't worry. it's going to cool off a little bit in the coming days. so we are way above average there in the northern plains and the midwest, but you see, cooler air funneling in and actually by the time we get into sunday, some of these places that have been dealing with extreme heat will be looking at temperatures topping off only in the 70s.
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so, if you have been hot, don't worry, a little bit of a relief is on the way. those are your weather headlines, steve, tossing it back into you. >> steve: all right, adam, thank you very much. speaking of summer, summer plans are up in the air thanks to massive airline staffing shortages. more than 1700 flights have already been canceled so far today. and more than 5,000 are delayed for today. well, to help combat those shortages, some airlines are upping their hiring incentives. here to weigh, in host of american dream home on fox business cheryl casone who once upon a time was in a former life was a flight attendant. you know all about this, don't you. >> oh, yeah. lots of friends in the industry. lots of updates from what's happening on the ground or in the air if you will. >> steve: i love it when you tell stuart varney to return tray table to upright position on the show. we were lamenting, we both fly in and out of newark a lot on united. right now united is so desperate to get people to work for them,
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this is on their website right now. some of the incentives. you can make over $15 an hour, they have a $10,000 signing bonus plus, to be a baggage handler, you get a 401(k), a pension plan and health insurance. if we look at delta, the next one, you want to be a consumer specialist in minnesota make over $15 an hour. $5,000 sign-on bonus and all of the health benefits, 401(k) and stuff as well. and it goes on and on. >> employees are in the driver's seat or i guess in the cockpit if you will. the airlines are desperate. the biggest headline issue for the pilot shortage. piedmont, which is a feeder airline into american, regional carrier. if you sign on to piedmont right now, you need to have all the qualifications obviously. can you get up to $187,000 in bonus us. they are matching pay. they are giving signing bonuses. because, look, you think about how much it takes to become a
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pilot. it takes you years. education, especially if you don't come from the military. so all of that is affecting the airlines. that's the biggest problem. but underneath that of course, obviously is flight crews. and then they need baggage handlers, scan tickets, customer service. it was already a tough job. i was a flight attendant to be clear before 9/11. it got tougher after 9/11. then you have to think about these airlines. the background checks. the drug screenings. you don't have a felony on your record. it goes on and on and on just to get into the airline. >> steve: one of the other benefits you get unlimited travel in many cases so you can go wherever they go. the one thing i think people think i'm not qualified to work in the airline industry. most of these jobs they will train you. >> absolutely. they will train you. >> steve: sign up now. >> believe me. look, flying and the travel benefits and all of that is wonderful. it's great to work for an airline. you get 401(k) and all the benefits. my parents were all over the world. my mother was so angry when i
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quit flying to go into television no i'm going to hawaii. what are you doing? one quick thing. i talked to a lot of people and pilot and flight attendant friends they are exhausted. they are stressed. this is as bad as it can be right now. if your flight is canceled and your crew is timed out they call it, there is no backup crew right now. they are working as much as they can the airlines are paying them as much as they can. don't tell your flight attendant that he or she looks tired because they are. >> steve: they absolutely are. they are overworked. real quick, we have less than a minute. the richest man in illinois. a guy who ken griffin is his name. he runs citadel a great big hedge fund. he is moving the company from chicago to miami largely because of crime. >> it's because of crime. it's because of his employees. it's because of the tax situation. liberal cities, the problems that they have had financially were exacerbated obviously during the pandemic, number one, but new york, chicago, los angeles, the quality of life, the high taxes, the crime,
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everything else, large companies are saying enough is enough. the idea of a global hub in this country just like that. >> steve: just like that. listen, you can watch cheryl on american dream home on fox business prime every wednesday at 9:00. cheryl, thank you very much. >> thank you, sir. >> steve: all right. it is exactly 7:00 here in the east. hour two of "fox & friends" started two seconds ago. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ aims ains good morning to you,
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it's friday, this is all all-american concert series it continues this morning with ten nit art. she is a sing from her canada. i hate, this somebody like that. back then and right now. >> brian: landscaping is great. [laughter] >> ainsley: always looks good. >> steve: here is your video right there. >> ainsley: isn't she darling? she is so cute. i can't wait to meet her. >> steve: number one song or two. congratulations to her. she is our feature performer. also, if you are in the midtown area and you think what smells so good. it's because we have got the mclemores from masterbuilt. they are cooking out on our veranda, as brian says. and had what are you making for your brunch today. >> brian: what do you call it? >> i don't think, dad, your piece is working. they are asking what we are cooking them for the vip's all-american summer concert. >> we have got some pulled pork. smoked mac and cheese. baked beans with some bacon bits
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in them. and i think we have sent in to you guys pig in the plan cets. we have got a little pimento cheese with some sauces topped off with some pepper, right now we are doing bacon wrapped pork tender lion. >> brian: and the vips that wrote in have a chance to have this stuff. >> french toast cabobs with the pork belly is on the platter. make sure you get a little bit of that maple syrup over the top. >> ainsley: i lining this pulled pork. >> steve: pork bellies one inch cubes of meat. >> that's a reversed cedar burnt end pork belly those are the bites. what's on the cabob french toast cabob of the pork belly. >> french toast recipe from bailey. youngest daughter, amazing cook. >> to answer your question, the vip get all of this food prepared for them this morning. >> ainsley: you are all so nice to do that coming up from
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georgia. >> brian: where do you get the sticks do you make them yourself? >> the sticks to make the cabob. >> we actually. >> we have a meat market. >> the sticks. >> steve: brian the secures are at the grocery store you don't make those. >> i'm sorry, i'm losing you guys. >> ainsley: brian, they brought chicken in for you. >> steve: do you know what these guys do make? they make the best grills and smokers in the world. >> did i hear that thank you so much for that, steve. >> brian: suddenly he can hear everything. >> ainsley: john sr., how do you stay so young. >> they are asking how do you stay so young? >> i eat as healthy as i can. which is tough. and i got great kids. and a great wife. my family. >> he does have one gray right there. >> my family keeps me young. >> thanks a lot, guys. >> thank you, guys, see you later. >> brian: one chooses to wear an apron the other doesn't. >> ainsley: they look like brothers. i can't believe that's the father. >> steve: the pulled pork is off
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the chart. >> brian: if your kids do not stress you out, you end up looking around the same age. they start stressing you out, then it really lengths. >> steve: confession about the kids stressing you out. >> brian: be the judge at home. >> ainsley: talk about gun control. >> brian: unbelievable news. >> ainsley: late last night the senate passed a bipartisan gun safety bill fast tracking this measure to go to the house. who is expected to take just -- they are expected to take a vote in just a few hours from now today on friday. >> brian: it's about 80 pages and some i think it's just complaints. why rushing? take my time and go through this. others say it's just 80 pages you can get through it $750 million over the next five years. but what's in it is the key. on the same day the supreme court overturned a century old limiting gun rights -- limiting gun rights in new york, it's been on the books since 1911. no more. it's setting the stage for more turmoil over firearms. griff jenkins is live in washington, d.c. with a breakdown on both. >> griff: send some of that
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barbecue down here. they have been working hard all across washington. the high court and the senate weighing in on gun rights. amazingly on the same day. but a different way. senate democrats needed 10 production. they got 15 in a 65-33 vote. you can see them here. minority leader mitch mcconnell supported that. senator john cornyn led the negotiations in it. now, the key provisions include these, red flag laws taking away guns from people deemed dangerous. expanding background checks to include juvenile records. and closing that so-called boyfriend loophole barring domestic abusers from purchasing firearms. the heads to the house where we believe the rules committee is starting to work on it right now. expect g.o.p. opposition. but we likely think it will indeed pass possibly later today. meanwhile, across the street, the supreme court striking down a new york law that heavily restricts conceal carry permits from gun owners, in a 6 to 3 decision. justice clarence thomas wrote
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this quote it prevents law-abiding citizens with ordinary self-defense needs from exercising their right to keep and bear arms. he added, we know of no other constitutional right that an individual may exercise only after demonstrating to government officers some special need. down pennsylvania avenue, president biden at the white house had this reaction. >> the gun laws in 40 of these states are still in place based on the decision. not good enough, but it's -- i think it's a bad decision. i think it's -- i think it's not reasoned accurately but i'm disappointed. >> now, the decision only impacts a handful of states. but it will likely open the door for future challenges to other gun laws. finally, we are closely watching the high court again today because we expect more decisions particularly that dobbs abortion case that could overturn roe v. wade. and we are hearing protesters on both sides of that issue are gathering as we speak. brian, ainsley, and steve. >> brian: unbelievable series of events and decisions. thanks, griff, for breaking it
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down. let's talk about what's happening. this bipartisan bill, which has been worked on really extensively for the last three weeks since the shooting in uvalde, in particular. ended up by john cornyn, backed by mitch mcconnell, seems to have a lot of what the republicans want. and leaving out of a lot of what they feared, banning of ar-15s. nothing to worry about. upping the age from 18 to 21 is not in here. having universal background checks is not part of this. school safety is. >> protections for domestic abuse is the boyfriend law loophole and red flag law is where people are going to delve into and they should to make sure this is implemented as said but keep in mind there is no demand. there is no national red flag law. it is money said asides should states choose to use it if they choose to use it. it could be the reigning in of some very aggressive train wreck if i can use kimberly stossel's term train wreck of implementation of the red flag law in a lot of blue states this could have some provisions and restrictions to it.
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>> steve: it's just refreshing that congress is actually doing something on a bipartisan basis. rather, the administration essentially governed by executive fiat where they write an executive order and says okay we are going to do this, this, and this like we are seeing on our southern border. lawmakers from both parties got together and came up with this bill. you know, the people on the left wanted more. people on the right wanted less. they came together in the middle, 15 republicans joined the democrats. mitch mcconnell said this regarding it. and he is one of the 15 republicans who signed on. he said and i think is he absolutely right. the american people want their constitutional rights protected. and their kids to be safe in school. i think we can all get behind that he went on to say they want both of those things at once, and that is just what the bill before the senate will have accomplished. and so, now that it has passed the bill from the senate, it goes to the rules committee in the house. they are going to take that up first thing this morning.
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they would like to get a vote on it sooner than later. probably before the fourth of july recess. and it will be on the president's desk promptly thereafter. >> ainsley: well, an example of democrats wanting one thing, republicans wanting know. and they came to a compromise. democrats said no ar-15s for anyone under the age of 21. republicans said, you know what? let's do an extensive background check on anyone under 21. who wants to buy a gun. make sure they don't have any mental health issues and that kind of thing. that was the compromise. >> brian: would have stopped buffalo and uvalde. >> steve: because both the shooters were 18 years old. >> brian: they had mental problems and intervention. >> ainsley: teacher made comments about them in the past saying this is. >> brian: future school shooter. >> ainsley: one we are worried about the most. >> ainsley: exactly. you interviewed representative claudia tenney earlier and she was praising the court on this ruling. listen to this. >> i'm just honored to have led 175 of my colleagues in the
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house on this great win. and this is really just a win not just for new yorkers but it's a win for americans justice thomas outlined that the second amendment should be read using the plain language. that this is a right, it's a constitutional right. it's not a second class right as he calls it and i think finally, we have a 6-3 court. ruling that this was actually a right to bear arms, not just in your home but outside. >> ainsley: that's the second part of this topic. she was talking about the supreme court. because they ruled in favor of gun owners here in new york. it used to be that -- you know, for 108 years, this law has been on the books. and it basically said you have to show cause in order to carry a gun in the state of new york. you have to have so much evidence showing us that you need to be carrying a gun. it's extremely hard to get a gun to be able to carry it on the streets of new york. >> steve: right. >> ainsley: now this changes everything not just for new york but six total states.
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>> steve: the states are new york, new jersey, maryland, massachusetts, california, hawaii. historically what the justices said yesterday by 6-3 majority is the states didn't offer the residents a way -- a clear path to carry a gun to defend themselves. what the supreme court said essentially is your second amendment right does not disappear when you walk out the door. so, where do we go from here? according to the "new york times," they write this morning the supreme court ruling does not immediately nullify or revise these state laws. it makes clear that the laws are unconstitutional. and it's forcing state officials to revamp them. and so, governor hochul here in new york state is probably going to call for a special session of the legislature in about a month to address the gun laws in new york. >> brian: this is going to be everything about her fight in new york, too. because you know that lee zeldin who is leading in most of the polls, they came out in praise of this.
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this was two republican lawmakers who elise stefanik as well as claudia tenney who we just heard from who said you know we helped do this fight. essentially this was it. we had a couple of new yorkers decided to -- they wanted to file a petition. they have got over supreme court. amicus brief was filed. led by elise stefanik and claudia tenney to put this front and center. unconstitutional to take away my second amendment. justice thomas said you are right. justice breyer in dissent said there has been 275 mass shootings since january and the data showing the gun violence surpassing car crashes as leading cause. he goes on and on about that. in retort, essentially justifiable alito basically says what does that have to do with this? he says does think laws lick new york prevent or deter these atrocities? will a person bent on carrying out mass shooting be stopped if he knows it is illegal to carry a handgun outside the home? and how does the dissent account for the fact that one of the malice shootings took place in buffalo, new york three weeks
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ago with these restrictive gun policies in place? so that's the debate that we have been having that has happened at the highest court in the land. this is going to be quite interesting. because, in it is a two-page missive from justice brett kavanaugh. list the places that you don't want to see carrying a gun. maybe you want courthouses dollars. maybe you want hospitals, maybe you want schools. maybe you have houses of worship. that's what the special session is. it's hard to argue that we have a second amendment in our constitution. and so far, despite what everybody wants gun safety. they are also buying guns. especially the black community up 58% in terms of purchases. hispanics up 49%. in terms of purchases. overall, gun purchases are up since 202030%. >> so you can say what you want about this culture, guns got to g they are not going anywhere. >> ainsley: several reasons for that people are scared that their gun rights are going to be taken away. they want to go ahead and have them and buy them now.
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>> brian: they see canada. crime is going up. in every major city around the country. people want to protect their families. that's why they are buying guns and taking all these classes to learn how to shoot. >> brian: defund the cops. tell them they can't do anything and tell people they can't use their gun. excuse me we have a self-preservation gene in us as americans. >> ainsley: after the governors said this was deeply disappointing, jill salvage the outkick reporter tweeted this out sorry the constitution happened to you because the violated the second and 14th amendment they said you cannot take away the right from a law abiding citizen to carry a gun to protect him or her. >> steve: that's right. so, yesterday, via the supreme court, a gigantic win for gun owners. and people worried about their second amendment rights. the supreme court will kick off with more decisions at 10:00 this morning. they will issue them every, probably, 10 or 15 minutes.
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roe v. wade could come up today. i think they have got 8 or 9 judgments to be meted out later on. meanwhile would, we don't know who these illegal migrants are. but we have got video of hundreds walking alongside the highway in eagle pass, texas. which is east of the rio grande valley. and there are hundreds of them. it is unclear if they, you know, have been processed by border patrol or if they have been paroled. remember, the department of homeland security said we are going to start paroling people, migrants, for significant public benefit is how they said it essentially because of overcrowded facilities, and so we don't know exactly who these people are. but they are clearly newly in this country and, you know, if the border patrol wanted to apprehend them, they would be there. but, for some reason, there they
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are, hundreds, just alongside the road. >> republicans are saying we can't do anything about this unless we have mexico on board. and the president of mexico decided not to go to the summit of the americas in california, remember was it a week ago, two weeks ago? >> brian: what a diss. he. >> ainsley: he said i will go and meet with joe biden at the white house in july. in the meeting they are expected to talk about a number of things. but when they have talked in the past, they will haven't talked about fentanyl. so republicans, congress men and women are now saying we need y'all to discuss this issue because so many americans, especially american children who might try a pain killer for the first time laced with fentanyl and they are dying. and they are saying this is a major problem. so senator bill haggerty said this needs to be topic number one fentanyl and number two human trafficking. he had said if i were looking at an agenda that i think would be appropriate for that meeting. fentanyl would be at the very top of the list. human trafficking would come in right after that. border security and national
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security issues that we share with mexico. >> brian: those scenes of these flights landing in your cities in the middle of the night, those scenes at the border, our border patrol overwhelmed and they are being sanctioned when they try to do their job like what happened with those mounted troops at the border led one to believe that the democratic party has abandoned or taken for granted the hispanic community. in a occurred to congresswoman mayra flores who says the democratic party has left the building. >> the democrat party has abandoned the hispanic community. they are focused on white liberals. they are not focused on the hispanic community. they can care less. you know, they are just not representing our values. again, we are all about faith and family and hard work and that's not the democrat party. but what is happening in south texas -- i'm fighting for the conservative values that were instilled and important that we continue fighting for those values and, look, i'm not loyal to a party. i will say it over and over. my loyalty is with god and my
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family and with my community and i believe that it's time to put texas district 34 first. >> steve: she is uniquely qualified to talk about this. she is the first mexican-born congresswoman in history. her husband is border patrol. she was sworn in by nancy pelosi on tuesday. spoke on the floor on wednesday. thursday she talked to us. she is having a great week. but, of course, she is only serving until november because it was all a part of a special election her district is 85% hispanic. will she win re-election? she is trying to get as much done as she can quickly and so is far she has hit the ground running. >> brian: right. carley as you know, they have redistricted and harder for her to get two years now. >> carley: that is exactly right. she is representing herself on such a good way on all of these interviews and getting so much attention for good reason. she is facing an uphill battle in november. >> ainsley: she knows how difficult it is to get into this country. she also is a republican.
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and she is married to a border patrol agent. she knows how difficult it is for them, too. >> carley: speaking of congress, i'm going to turn to this now. the january 6th committee holds fifth hearing revealing several house republicans requested pardons from former president trump in the last days of his administration. that list includes mo brooks, matt gaetz, perry and louie go t is still dark out in your part of the country, go outside and look up. the five planets visible to the naked eye are now. what the astronomers are calling. east coast and sun is out. don't worry the planetary alignment can be seen through the end of june. make sure you catch it because the planetary parade will not appear again until 2040. how school is that? inflation is hitting the wine
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bolts as restaurant goers notice reduction in -- increase in price. generous pour six ounces of wine but being instructed to pour only 5 ounces as they try and squeeze 5 glasses of wine out of a single bottle. so shrinkflation is even affecting wine. >> steve: oh, man, bad news on a friday. >> carley: that's the worst news we have reported all day. >> steve: you have a great big wine glass and they pour a little puddle. >> ainsley: don't you hate a little wine glass. >> carley: i love a big wine glass big pour. >> brian: make your own wine i think that's it and put in a box. >> steve: lucy tried that. >> brian: 10 minutes before the the bottom of the hour. >> ainsley: whistle while you work. jerome powell ignoring questions from hillary vaughn and whistles. >> has the president done
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>> chairman powell should the president quit calling it putin price hike. you told senators inflation started before the war in ukraine so should he stop saying it's putin price hike? has the president done everything he can to bring prices down for the american people? is there more that he could be doing? >> i'm sorry, he can't stop right now. >> brian: but he can whistle. he can't talk but he can whistle. federal reserve chairman jerome
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powell ignoring repeated questions from fox business' own hillary vaughn on inflation. even whistling while he walked through the hall. >> steve: she is a good reporter. here with reaction is "fox & friends weekend" crew will cain and pete hegseth as well. good morning, guys. >> ainsley: good morning. >> steve: will, let's start with you. another member of the administration doesn't want to actually answer any tough questions. >> brian: if you tonight mind before you answer that pete, don't answer while will answers the question. [whistling. >> ainsley: that's a strong one. >> brian: is he a good whistler. >> ainsley: we can actually hear yours a little bit better. >> will: good hegseth. i think chairman powell whistles like i do. i'm very impressed with your whistling. >> i'm fan of whistling. >> will: did you seriously whistle? did you have to whistle to the question? it's just so symbolic. so dismissive. whistling past the graveyard as
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america's problems go up from the gas pump to the grocery store. they literally whistle away the questions with how to deal with this. i mean, guys, i will tell you, this is coming higher interest rates lead to higher mortgage rates. we are already seeing it. higher credit card rates which is higher unemployment. he did acknowledge this did not start with ukraine. it did not start with vladimir putin. >> ainsley: pete, do you think this is just he doesn't want to talk now because the last time he spoke probably got in trouble with the white house for saying what he said? >> well, he is supposed to be independent. i think he is showing it a little bit. what's he supposed to do, answer the question in the answer to the question is obvious. look at the chart. if you look at the chart, inflation started long before what vladimir putin did. putin price hike has always been nothing but a talking point, rolled out from the white house podium to try to deflect from disastrous policy. powell said it in his testimony. inflation happened long before. and the excessive spend
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something a huge part of why we are in this inflationary moment. he was appointed under trump. pretty independent minded guy trying to get the economy back on track. he has terrible policy makers in the white house as a head wind which is he going whistle which i'm going to do next time you ask me a question i don't want to answer. >> brian: he react too slow when it came to interest rates and the economy and he did go against the white house and a huge body blow the day before. but the bigger news, the fun news happened in texas this week when arch manning visited and then made an announcement. arch manning the next great manning reportedly the number one recruit in the country what college did he attend to get that degree? >> will: is there another story in the past 24 hours? i didn't notice. this is all i have been reading about for months. arch manning, the nephew of peyton and eli, the grandson of archie manning has chosen one of the kingdoms of college
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football, the university of texas to spend let's hope his next four years. college football players these day transfer after one year. i don't think the mannings are built that way. is he there -- look, guys, i don't know if you are aware it's become a joke, texas is back. but i believe that between quinn and arch manning texas will be back, give me two years, pete, two years and texas is back. >> ainsley: what was it, do you think went into that decision? does he have a great relationship with the coach? >> will: bring it back to a serious sports question, will, why would he make this choice? that's the answer steve. i hear from my sources that he loves austin. >> steve: i bet. austin is great town. pete, listen, congratulations on your book number one "new york times" best seller. [applause] >> ainsley: very good. steve also, the show that you do with will and rachel number one around the world. what's on this weekend? >> pete: well, i do -- i want to
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give a congratulations to will on manning in texas. it is huge. is he a real fan. and they are about to be legit, finally. john rich, dan bongino, morgan ortagus, abby hornacek and more this weekend, will, rachel and i, it will be a fun weekend. it. >> brian: i didn't make the board. >> pete: brian in? maybe brian, too. >> brian: and maybe i will bring my new dog i will bring him in. we will see. >> will: please do. >> brian: i didn't make the board. that's okay. congratulations on the book and congratulations for arch manning playing for you, will cain. >> ainsley: thanks for waking up with us this morning. rising country star tennile art is about to rock the summer concert stage. first she is with us to discuss her new album girl to girl ♪
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>> ainsley: look who we are here with tennile art. she is a rising country star she sheis from canada but she livesn nashville. collection of letters she wrote as a child.
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>> steve: featured entertainment today on the all-american concert series give it up for tennile art. [cheers] >> thank you. >> brian: tennile, first off, going to nashville, what what happens when you go to nashville. >> that's where all the best songwriters are i wanted to be down there and surrounded by country music. there is not really a canadian hub for country music so i thought nashville was the best place to be. >> brian: what did you discover when you got there. >> it's a stuff industry to be in. i absolutely love it. so many of my dreams have come true over the last couple years. >> steve: that's fantastic because you were born in sasquatchuan in canada. parents think their kids sound so cute when they're singing. you were in the backyard of your house and you were 8 years old and singing and one the neighbor ladies was listening she told your mom you know what she has talent. >> shout out to donna.
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she is awesome. she came over and that's how it all started my mom asked me if i wanted to be in voice lessons and i wanted to sing yes. is i was so excited and i was a little performer as a kid. >> steve: you know, speaking as little performers when she was 14 years old taylor swift performed right over there on that planter and i know taylor swift was somebody you covered early in your young career. >> yeah. you may hear a little of that. for the people here today she is definitely a big influence of mine. >> ainsleyho music. >> ainsley: is it big in canada. >> it's big. a lot of people don't realize that it's big up there. i grew up going to country concerts and loving country music. so it was very natural for me. >> ainsley: how old are you when you moved to nashville. >> i moved at 21. my first trip was at 15. and that's when i started really writing songs and really getting into it. >> brian: where do you get to the pointed where you were very comfortable on staining? a lot of people great writers, performers in studio but to be
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here? how long did that take? >> you know, there are still moments where i'm nervous. i'm not going to lie. i don't think that ever goes away. that's what i think, too. i'm always just -- i want to put on the best show that i can i try to not put too much pressure on like you said a little bit of nerves is good because it shows i want to be here and that i'm excited and all of that. >> steve: one of your new songs is called jealous of myself. >> yes. >> steve: what was that with. >> this is a song that i found some other writers in nashville the song, the whole idea behind the song is i'm jealous of myself when i have you. a lot of people if they go through a breakup and maybe didn't realize what they had when they had it. >> steve: a song about somebody in particular? >> no. thankfully i'm not going through that at this current moment but everybody through it. >> ainsley: those are the letters that you wrote when you were a younger version of yourself? >> yeah. i wrote a lot of my songs just like the letter to my younger self encouraging my younger self because we go through so many
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things. and i just wanted to, yeah, send letters like an encouraging letter. >> brian: what are you going to be singing for us? >> oh, so many songs. a whole bunch of them. >> steve: they kick off at the top of the hour. ladies and gentlemen our featured performer today. nice round of applause for tennile arts. [cheers and applause] >> steve: we are going to step aside. more "fox & friends" coming up in main, folks. ♪ re how am i looking? the most cautious driver we got am i there? looking good (phone chimes) safe driving and drivewise saves you 40% with allstate
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you share this office building with a pro-life organization. what happened to your building? >> well, it was defaced with spray paint of course they signed their signature jane's revenge. they kicked in all of our wind windows. our front door. just made a significant mess but made a point that they were opposed to the fact that we stand for life. i personally, as well as the right to life organization that's in the same building. and it's a shame to see the culture of death and violence continue to grow. and i think as a result of the loss of an understanding of the true sanctity of life. >> ainsley: congressman, you are very brave to share an office building, especially right now, when all of -- when the abortion issue is such a hot topic and a ruling could come down today, if not today, probably next week. are you nervous about what might happen to the building. >> not at all. i'm more nervous what's taking
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place in our society. buildings can be repaired. but the culture, the morals, the values that would encourage a group like this i would call them a domestic terrorist group. when you have our attorney general in this country that's unwilling to push back on them even as they demonstrate in front of justices of the supreme court, houses and threaten them. we have a growing problem of violence and it is a culture of death that i don't understand is taking place more and more in this country. we have got to get a grip on it we need to understand that there is a place for debate, demonstration, all of the rest. difference of ideas. but the values of this country is based upon the fact, number one, we believe that all life is sacred, all life is for a purpose. we have got to promote that. >> ainsley: where is the president and where is nancy pelosi when an individual goes to kavanaugh's house with an attempt to assassinate a sitting justice? why aren't we hearing from our
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leaders and condemning acts like this? >> i don't know. it's an issue that has to change. the president ought to use his bully pulpit. even if he disagrees. he use you have had to be pro-life. he isn't anymore. but he could stand up and say this is unacceptable. merrick garland, chief law enforcement officer of the land is letting this happen. if you let it happen, criminal activity will increase. and they know they can do it. they can get away with it. well, we are going to push back at our office. we are going to push back on the issue in michigan. but bottom line is, we have to get to a point where we look back at the principles that this country was founded on, that believed in at least a judeo-christian ethic, 10 commandments and understanding the value of life and a truth. if you take away truth and anybody can have their own truth, this is the type of thing that happens. i don't think the majority of my constituents want to see that happen. and, in fact, i think the majority of our citizens around this country don't want this to be going on. a summer of violence.
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they are calling a summer of rage, can't be allowed. >> ainsley: congressman, thank you so much for coming on with us. >> thanks for having me. >> ainsley: stay safe. god bless you. let me hand it over to brian. >> brian: good job, ainsley. let me tell you what's coming up on monday on our show and saturday on one nation. i spent a day with virginia governor glenn youngkin. you saw me there in richmond during our show. i spent the rest of the day with the governor from gun rights to supreme court to parent rights to parents rights in the classroom i should add this is a little about what we discussed over the course of his day. >> every time a republican goes to make a deal, he rinos and that could be the death to a political career. how do you keep your principles and accomplish things. >> i don't feel like i have had to step away from my conservative principles at all. what i have been able to do is communicate them better and bring people together around these common sense solutions to real problems. when we needed votes, in order to empower parents to take masks
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off children, when there are sexually explicit materials in schools and we want parents to be able to know that and to choose not to have that in their kid's curriculum we had parents with us to do it. common sense solutions prevail and our kitchen table conservative values are not just for republicans. they have are for all virginians. >> brian: he signed a budget that actually had tax rebates to the virginia citizens. it's -- we will go over all it appeared we actually go to a supermarket and have a chance to stop at the capitol. so that will be great. i hope you watch saturday at 8:00. meanwhile, i would like to check in with my personal meteorologist adam klotz for our fox weather forecast. adam? >> adam: you know i am your personal meteorologist so i can give you any forecast you need including out here on fox square where we are getting ready for summer concert series. the weather is fantastic. if you are looking across the country, not necessarily the case as we are dealing with more heat piling up across the plains and the midwest. let's dive right into those temperatures. what we are seeing our numbers climbing up into the 70s early
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this morning. 75 degrees in fargo. 66 trees in the chicago but really the heat piling up across central texas, stretching over to florida. the florida panhandle. the florida big bend. excessive heat warnings in place. heat indices up to 115 today. the 103 will be the high in dallas. 92 in atlanta. 91 degrees in chicago. now, it's been warm across the plains for several days, that is going to eventually break as we get into the vehicle. finally a little bit of reef he relief, brian, things will be cooling off across the midwest. those are your weather headlines. tossing it back inside to you. >> brian: crowd building for summer concert series. ahead for this show temperatures not the only thing going up for the summer. so are electricity bills. our next guest is a deli managers $800 to keep his power on. his message to the president next. ♪ ♪
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steve welcome backing a energy costs skyrocket businesses bracing for hot summer. >> ainsley: one deli owner says his electricity bill has doubled
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to $2,000 a month between that and the rising food costs it is very difficult to keep the prices down. his name is matthew -- he is the manager of north country store in upstate new york and he joins us now. good morning to you, matthew. >> good morning, how are you today? >> ainsley: we are doing well. how do you stay afloat? >> well, it's been kind of creating a higher margin. trying to keep the prices as low as i can to keeping the store open and keeping my customers happy. still got to meet those margins so i can pay the bills. >> steve: absolutely. speaking of bills, matthew, you were kind enough to look up your march electricity bill and compare it to april it went from $1,200 to $2,000 as we look at this number -- the yellow highlighted stuff on the screen right. matthew, have you had to -- i
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mean, we showed all the beautiful deli meats behind you. have you had to jack up the price of your meats and cheeses to be able to keep the lights on? >> yeah. i mean, it's not just the lights but the price of product itself has gone up, too. yeah, it does affect everything in the store including my stuff on the shelves. >> ainsley: matthew, how can washington change this situation for you and for all americans? >>well well, first of all i think washington needs to stop blaming the store owners and people who run gas stations and stuff like that. washington has got to understand that people are trying to make a living and you can't operate a business without creating a profit or at least meeting your bills that's the first thing washington has got to do stop blaming business people and start negotiating with maybe opening up some gas lines and bringing down the price of all
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of our energy. >> steve: yeah, but, matthew, you know that this white house they were talking about it yesterday, they want us in a period of transition where you move from your delivery truck that runs on gas. they want you to buy a plug-in truck that runs on electricity. can you afford a 70 or $80,000 truck that does that? >> i can't. and i know none of my employees can. i mean, it's one of those things upstate new york we don't have the charging stations up here. >> steve: exactly. >> my house, we have two vehicles at my house. and to operate two vehicles i would have to change my whole meet terring entrance to a lot bigger meet tore accommodate those two vehicles. >> ainsley: matthew, are you stressed out? >> well, not stressed out. i'm getting by. i'm fortunate to live in upstate new york where the customers
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understand because they are going through the same thing, they understand what i'm trying to do. >> steve: sure. >> let's face it, all the stores around they frankly are going up, too. our customers understand that but they are struggling, too. >> steve: matthew, do you buy the president's this is putin price hike? >> no, i do not. because prices were going up before this war started. it's not president putin. i mean i feel bad about the war but this has nothing to do with the war. >> steve: you sound like our federal reserve guy jerome powell. matthew montroy thank you for joining us from new york upstate. >> thank you have a good day. >> steve: you too. ainsley, what's coming up? >> ainsley: stick around because the moment you have been waiting for is almost hear tennile art is going to take the stage for the all-american concert series after the break. ♪ vaccinated
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>> steve: that is tenille, she is singing away. you can catch her on this show and fox nation, streaming the next hour. that is why the crowd is oud and the screw guns were going yesterday afternoon to watch the stage come together, how hard everybody works to put it together, it is a mini-concert hall and they'll take it down quickly. she will play in 40 minutes. she will do five numbers during the next hour on fox nation.com. >> ainsley: grew up in canada, moved to nashville when she was 21 years old.
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asked her how is nashville treating you? she said a lot tougher, the music industry is hard to break into. she's doing well. >> brian: you come out and sign up for the vip list and you get free food for the first time this year. last year it was randomly put out. >> steve: it was also free last year. now it is a vip list. >> ainsley: delicious, pulled pork, pigs in a blanket, macaroni and cheese and chicken for brian. >> brian: no supply chain problems, one thing was overcome, thanks, president biden. >> steve: we had that problem last week with gavin mcgraw. last night u.s. passed a bill fast tracking to the house and expecteded to take it up this
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morning. >> ainsley: makes it tougher to get a gun and the supreme court overturned's century-old gun law in the united states setting the stage for turmoil over firearms. >> brian: griff jenkins is live in dc with the latest and we are on the krusp of roe v. wade decision. >> house rules have been prepping the senate bill for an hour, they started at 7 a.m. sharp. they hope speaker pelosi can pass it and we expect chad pergram. last night the senate got 15 in 65-33 vote. majority leader mcconnell and john cornyn led the
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negotiations. the main thing was taking away guns from people that are dangerous and it closes the boyfriend loophole barring domestic abusers from purchasing firearms. across the street, the supreme court striking down new york law that heavily restrictss conceal carry permits. justice clarence thomas writes it prevents law abiding citizens from exercising their right to keep and bear arms. we know of no other constitutional right after demonstrating a special need. down pennsylvania avenue, president biden had this reaction. >> president biden: gun law in 40 states are still in place based on the decision. not good enough, but i think it is a bad decision and i continuing is not reasoned
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accurately, i'm disappointing. >> griff: this decision impacts a handful of states. look at the high court and we expect this will open future challenges to other gun laws and we are expecting more today. we are watching it closely because of the highly anticipate ruling that could overturn roe v. wade and on high alert with jane's revenge group vowing a night of rage if it comes out. >> brian: they forecasted and predicted it. >> ainsley: pro-life organization in michigan was vandalized, the office space is shared by a congressman, tim walberg. we interviewed him earlier, we asked are you afraid, will you have extra security there? what can we expect for pro-life organizations, will there be
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rioting and a night of rage? this is what the congressman said. >> it was defaced with spray paints, of course they signed their signature jane's revenge. they kicked in our windows, our front door, made a significant mess. made a point they were opposed to the fact we stand for life. to see culture of death and violence continue to grow as a result of loss of understanding of true sanctity of life. >> steve: in two hours the u.s. supreme court will electronically transmit their verdicts. if roe v. wade, the case does come down today, jane's revenge has said, 8:00 the night it happens will be our night of rage when they call for all sorts of trouble-making essentially. in the meantime, while the president through the podium in
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the brady room a couple days did say he condemns that sort of rhetoric, you know, it will be interesting to see how high they ratchet this up and if they will riot, for instance in washington, d.c., it will be hard to get to the supreme court. there is a ring of steel around it, we don't know of other plans for the groups to meet some place else to protest, etcetera. we don't know what the etcetera is at the moment. >> brian: oil and gas affects every aspect of your life. we will expand on a letter wrote to the president saying these are things you could do to allow us refine and explore more gas, which you are insisting we want to do. the president said, i can't believe i hurt their feelings and they come to town and he doesn't show up and goes
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to a meeting about wind with a juvenile sketch of what a windmill looks like. he walks in with a list of things to do, with sit down in your chair, is on his to-do list. when it comes to oil and gas, they are dying to help and trying to get the president's attention before he begs saudi arabia for help. first stop to the g7 to talk to the western powers who are going to go through rationing off russian oil and gas and russians are pulling back. he does not show up, senator grantholm has a wink and nod, but nothing substantial done at a time of crisis. who out there believes he is doing everything possible to get oil and gas prices down? >> ainsley: it is deliberate. he shut down the keystone
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pipeline. >> brian: he's lying to us. >> ainsley: he telling you to buy an electric car and you can't afford it. if you can afford it, the waiting line is long. we interview said a guy in upstate new york who said they do not have charging stations in his area. he's transitioning us not to depend on fossil fuels but he is not set up. they traveled to dc to meet with the president and he sends the energy secretary and doesn't show up. he stays at roosevelt room and meets with five wind executives and talks about alternatives and shows pictures oftur biens that will be placed in the middle of the ocean. listen to him. >> president biden: the technology is changing so
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incredibly. look, we'll deepen our partnership on offshore wind, as well as climate overall. the wind that far out in the ocean is always blowing, it is not like every once in a while like on shore. we would deal with battery storage, storing technology, etcetera. it is always blowing and can produce as much energy as a coalmine or oil well. >> steve: someday -- >> brian: renewable energy, teach a course in it. >> ainsley: the wind does blow. >> steve: the wind does blow, we just haven't captured it to power 100% of the american economy. wind only does about 3% of energy needs. peter doocy, who is doing a fine job at the white house according to his mother, asked the press secretary yesterday what is with the president's priorities?
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if he's trying to get the oil people to do more, why wouldn't he might with them and instead sat in the room and told people that the wind blew? here is peter and the press secretary. >> pete: the president is not doing everything he can to bring gas prices down, is he? >> press sect. jean-pierre: i feel like there is -- is there something else to the question? >> pete: a lot to the question. for example, as mentioned earlier, meeting today with people about offshore wind equipment, but not oil and gas ceos who are rarely ever in town issue but they are today. how did that help lower gas prices? >> press sect. jean-pierre: the president has done a -- let me step back for a second. no, no, no, you are asking me the question. >> pete: how does that lower gas? you said he's done everything in his power, they were a mile away.
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>> press sect. jean-pierre: you are asking me a question, may i answer? >> pete: yes, please. >> steve: she said essentially it was a scheduled drop-in, with the wind people, whereas if he sent his energy secretary over, she will not be able to strike deals issue the president could do that. the oil people came out and put out a magnanimous comment about how it was productive, although nothing was agreed to. what the white house wants, they want people at 95 or 96% capacity to somehow refine more as if that is possible. >> ainsley: when asked why he wasn't at the oil meeting. well, the wind executive meeting was part of the schedule. well, make the oil meeting part of his schedule. peter said, is that the choice $5 gasoline or $63,000 electric car, she said that is apples or oranges, not the same.
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yes, it is. you fill up at $5 a gallon or go buy an energy car and wait two years and fork out $61,000. >> brian: the president does not care about the energy cost in your house, the gas that goes in your car. he does not care about inflation, he's making up excuses to not even your fed chair can back up, it is vladamir putin's fault or the war in ukraine fault. his approval rating tells the story. the american people are not buying it, america is 50/50 on party strength, he's got 30% coorsing to reuters and quinnipiac 33%. fox has him at 32. the fact he has a notecard that outlines what he should be doing at this
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wind meet suggest so embarrassing. >> ainsley: he held it up, it is backwards. >> brian: flip it over, that would help. idiotic things spelled out there. >> ainsley: someone wrote for him. >> brian: nuts. >> steve: comically detailed, cheat sheet says at the top, it says, you enter the roosevelt room and say hello to participants. he would do that and go to the next item. you in giant letterss, take your seat. press enters. you give brief comments and press departs and you ask liz schuler a question and wait for her answer. she's not there, she is joining virtually, don't turn to shake her hand, she is not there. you thank participantss, you depart. you are relying on a stage manager for your presidency. who is this stage manager?
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who typed that up? >> ainsley: you need a cheat sheet for that? walk in, sit down, take questions, you ask the labor lady a question and thank them? that's it, like the easiest task. >> steve: he's had embarrassing moments, where he concluded comments and turned to shake the hand and there was nobody there. >> ainsley: shook the air. >> steve: that person is not there. also in june -- july, that is, aide wrote a note, sir, there is something on your chin, he read it and held it up so everybody could read it, which reminority whips me of ancient mary tyler moore is doing a show, i've been handed a bulletin, you have something on your tooth. >> ainsley: modern version is "anchorman."
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as a human being, i feel sorry for him, he seems like a nice person, grand kids. >> brian: really? he's yelling at everybody everyday. he yells at people all day. >> ainsley: he says i'm sorry, he yelled at peter doocy. he seems likeable, he's running the country and has to have notes to sit in the chair. >> steve: you are the president of the united states. >> brian: i don't buy him as likeable, maybe 25 years ago, this angry guy is too arrogant to understand his policies are backward and we're paying the prices, zero empathy. >> ainsley: don't you want to know who is running the country? who is behind the scenes? that person was not on the ballot. >> brian: the person writing that is helping him, the person running the country is not typing that, someone else is making decisions. anyone who needs an instruction
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card to conduct a meeting he does not belong in, is not running the country. >> ainsley: we know, we want to know who is. >> steve: who is the stage manager saying you take your seat. you turn to carley for the news. >> carley: you followed directions, you get a gold star. got more news to get to starting with crisis at the southern border. check out this video of massive crowd of illegal immigrants in eagle pass, texas, the group had just passed into the united states and biden administration is releasing 1000 detained migrantss everyday to avoid overcrowding in eagle pass. commercial buses are taking them to san antonio. twitter is sending additional information on fake accounts to elon musk after he claimed the
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first batch of information was insufficient. musk's lawyer asked for realtime data, hoping to find inauthentic accounts. this could lower the price of the social media company. mortgage rates hitting highest level according to freddie mac, 5.18% after the federal reserve raised bench mark sfw rate last week, economists predicting interest rates will rise by the end of 2022. listen to this. steve erwin's family is honoring his legacy by launching crocodile hunter lodge at his overnight stay costs, average night is $900 per night on
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average for two-room cabin with unlimited access to the zoo and sneak peek at the wildlife hospital. you can sleep at the zoo, if you want to. >> it looks beautiful. >> steve: does his family still run that? is bindi there? >> carley: it's in australia, if you want to go, it will cost the price of a flight. >> ainsley: you will be on the flight for a long time. >> steve: and the flight will be cancelled because of the pilot shortage. >> ainsley: fun vacation. steeksz you did a good job. >> carley: thank you. >> steve: miami mayor frances suareshg z will join us live. it was a year ago today. >> ainsley: first here is tenille tenille performing that's my friend you're talking about on the fox square.
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mayor of miami franes suarez and royal palm company, daniel cotsy. mayor, here we are a year later, do we know what caused that collapse to have the whole building pan cake down on those people who were mostly sleeping at the time? >> you know, i'm not sure if we have an exact cause, it is clear the building failed massively and there were indications of cracking and indications there could be a mass failure prior to the building collapsing. it's tragic now that we know some repairs were delayed, weren't taking up at the appropriate time and these repairs seemed evident and were pointed out by various professionals, it just elevates the level of tragedy. >> steve: absolutely and mayor,
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within hours of the collapse, everybody trying to figure out what went wrong and they still are from a year ago, i know there are thousands of people that live in similar buildings up and down the coast in south florida, suddenly they are going, is my building safe and you guys sprang into action with inspectors, right? >> that is right. we inspected every single building in the city of miami to make sure they were structural sound and had to make some tough choices. what was difference and changes consequences had been heightened and we felt heightened sense of responsibility, even if it meant couple of occasions having to evict people from a building we thought would be unsafe. >> steve: sure, here we are decades after that particular building was first constructed and the technology to build things has completely changed. it is so elementary now, the
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kind of concrete that is used is even different. >> yeah, so back then you have to imagine people using calculators and blueprintss to build buildings, today we have 3d technology. this is significantly different as far as where technology has been, the software we find and the foundation. we dig tiles 125 feet deep into the ground and build solid foundations that carry buildings and cement uses less water today, cement and concrete is more durable and can withstand more winds and so forth, which we put buildings through wind tunnel testing. we measured what happened since early 1980'ss, we had hurricane andrew in 1982, that changed building codes.
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seen increases in durability and what we see in development today. >> your company will light up as tribute paramount miami world center tower to light it up because it was one year ago. >> steve: mayor, you are also a real estate attorney and you know since then people who are looking to buy a new condo or apartment building, they are shying away from older buildings to make sure they don't wind up in the next surfside. >> absolutely and buildings are selling, owners are getting together and selling so they can be taken down and new building erected in their place, no doubt that is happening, for months people saw safe and insecure live nothing their building. all of us who have children, one of the firefighters had to pull
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one of his children out of the rubble, it was heartwrenching for all of us. >> steve: hard to believe it was a year ago and 98 souls lost their lives in the middle of the night. thank you for joining us live from south florida. all right. coming up next, newly elected congresswoman mayra flores taking aim at democrats for abandoning hispanics. >> democrats have abandoned the hispanic community. >> steve: geraldo will react to that next. let's check in on the concert at fooks square, here is tenille arts performing "i hate this," but i love the song. fooks squa arts performing "i hate this," but i love the song. ofooks squ arts performing "i hate this," but i love the song. xfooks sque arts performing "i hate this," but i love the song. love the s
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first mexican-born -- >> the democratic parties has abandoned the hispanic community, they can care less, they are not representing our values. we're all about faith and family and hard work and that is not the democratic party. >> ainsley: more than half of hispanic voters disapprove of president biden's performance. hi, geraldo. tell her i said hello, doing well. she represents mexican communities. she's married to a border agent. she is a perfect representative to help with the border and she says we need more security at our borders, what do you think about this?
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>> i think mayra flores is the most important politician in the country today. she representss what could be seismic shift in the nation's largest minority group hispanics, she represents new wave where hispanics are tired of being taken for granted by the democratic party, hispanics are more socially conservative, more family-oriented, faith-based. they don't like woke policies. mayra flores is married to a border patrol agent. they represent silent majority within the nation's minority. she is as significant, the opposite, mirror image of aoc, call mnf, her initials.
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in 2018 i went to the board sxer in mcallen there were demonstrators against the president. on the other side of the street equally vocal just as large contingent of protesters were there to support president trump. it indicated in the rio grande value, 85 to 90% hispanic, there is strength within the republican party and this young lady mayra flores represents the future. if she gets re-elected in november of the hispanic community and american politics. >> ainsley: why do you think biden approval ratings are not good with the hispanic community? >> we just feel taken for granted. always been a democrat, will
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>> steve: hypocrisy put on blast, "new york post" op ed calling out politicians pushing to defund the police as they move to safer neighborhoods. when you advocate for the people you left behind who can't just up and leave their home on a whim, there is a special circle of hell. adam coleman, black victim to black victor author. adam, your response based on what i saw on the cover of the "new york post" earlier, you're outraged. >> very much so. to be honest with you, her actions aren't new, this is the hypocrisy progressive politicians and urbanites in general are behaving like. they move into areas that are up and coming, when things go
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sideways, they take their money and leave, which is fine. i have no problem you leaving, but when you advocate for policy that hurt the people you were neighbors with. >> brian: talk about defunding police for minorities or the african americans in the area, that is not what the polls say. black community does not want to defund the police, only 28% of people want to do that. >> exactly. this goes to show, they don't listen to people they claim to support. they don't care, it is about their ideology and agenda. in a community that doesn't allow for you to have guns legally, it is very difficult to possess a firearm in new york city. they want to remove the people who can protect them and have the firearms to stop those who
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violate the innocent . that is my issue, they want to remove funding from the people there to protect the innocent . whether we realize it or not, there are dangerous people within new york city and any major city in the country and removing funding from the police, why? why not from any other program? ultimately they want to reshape and reform the police department the way they and want extreme left, they want abolishment of prisons and of the police departments. >> brian: when you say this to other members of the african american communities, do you find they agree with you or find people on board? >> people are on board. this wasn't a talking point five years ago.
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when george floyd died, all of a sudden, police are evil. but you want to remove funding? it used to be retraining now they want to chip away money from them. >> brian: not you, the book, editorial is out. adam coleman, thanks so much. we reached out to assembly woman -- did not respond back. >> tenille arts, there she is, let's check in with somebody impressive with wonderful singing voice dana perino. >> dana: i will be singing live for everyone. >> brian: i can't wait. >> dana: most dangerous decision on guns in history or constitutional right to protect yourself, the nation hashing out gun rights as congress will pass
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