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>> it is friday june 24th. david cameron stepping down after britain's vote to leave the european union. >> i don't think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to the next destination. >> the historic referendum sending shock waves to appealing the global market. >> donald trump just landing in scotland. the presumptive nominee weighing in on the vote a speech one hour from now. >> why lebron james is skipping
the olympics in rio. "fox & friends first" starts right now. ♪ >> is it already friday? the sun is not quite up yet in new york city. i am very excited for the weekend. you are watching "fox & friends first". i am abby hunts man. >> i am heather childers. a bombshell. hours after voters trigger a political earthquake prime minister david cameron says he's done. he is quitting. >> you have been here all evening as well.
>> what a crazy few hours it has been. >> it has. as you know, because you are following it overnight. things changed dramatically in the middle of the night. this is the daily telegraph. brexit pm pledge loyalty to the prime minister. those euro skeptics were saying come what may we want david cameron to stay. it was big when it happened. at 8:00 this morning or just there after british prime minister david cameron decided he would resign. he announced that. he will continue to lead this nation for the next couple of months. it was something that was expected if out won this referendum. i think it has become a great shock. he will not be the one to invoke
the official. this is what prime minister david cameron had to say earlier. >> the british people have made a clear decision to take a different path. as such i think the country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction. i will do everything i can as prime minister to steady the ship over the coming weeks and months, but i do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination. >> we will remind people david cameron was elected just over a year ago also in a surprise going against what polls had said, he won in a majority. he got a conservative majority and didn't have to repeat a coalition government. his standing was very, very strong. he says this morning there are more people in jobs in the u.k. than ever before, but he says the will of the people must be respected even though it was not
a result that he had wanted. let's show the map that breaks down the united conditioning dom. it was 48.1 percent remain. 51.9 percent leave. it was roughly 60 million people for in. 17 million for out. not as close as it could have been. it is quite simple when you look at the map in broad brush strokes. london wanted to stay in. scotland and northern ireland wanted to stay in. the country large swaths of it were out. certainly more disadvantaged economically country, more rural areas. that was the tendency. the our ban urban areas wanted to stay n. the stock exchange is down 4 percent. it is up a little bit. financing and financial services the european stock market is
faring poorer than the british one is. no explanation for that but it is sending shock waves through out europe has europeans wondering who will be next. lots of unhappy pueuropeans. very unsteady times ahead. >> shock waves hitting the stock market. it is a good move because financial uncertainty worldwide reign at this hour as futures free fall. cheryl casone fox business here with the latest on that. >> this is not what investors expected to see. the brexit was not affecting the stock market on a global basis. many analysts believe that the london and the u.k. was going to stay in. when the asian markets opened up
we saw a free fall of that market. you have the european market open two hours ago as amy was talking about. why do they start to come back a little bit? david cameron came out and said he was resigning that gave market participants stability. they don't like volatility and uncertainty more than anything else. knowing the structure, a plan was in place that gave them pause to say calm down a little bit. we have 3 and a half hours -- 4 and a half hours before we open up here. we are down more than 800 points. that would be an incredibly negative open. over the last couple hours that number has paired itself back. that's a good thing. what does it mean for the 401 k. it means leaf it alone. let the volatility play out. it opens one way and it closes another. that is why the market when it
trades today at 4:00 p.m. eastern time new york time, that's the number to watch, not how we open. although when you see the numbers on the skrien this morning it will be a little troubling to stomach it if that makes sense. >> stocks don't like uncertainty. people don't like uncertainty. cheryl casone, thank you so much. also happening donald trump landing in scotland for the first trip as presumptive nominee. garrett is here with more. interesting timing here. >> it is. this comes as the eu referendum just got finished up. donald trump said he supported britain leaving the everything u. the british people he said took their country back with this vote. while the two-day trip is really about business for donald trump. he's reep ohhing the trump turn
berry golf course. as the presumptive nominee he can't escape politics. for hillary clinton that is true as well. the trump visit to scotland she tweeted people in scotland are not thrilled about trump coming to their country. we know the feeling and added a link to the new video highlighting the negative continue some in the u.k. hold of the presumptive nominee. >> donald trump is always seen as something as a grotesque american curiosity in britain. >> all he talks about is money, money, money. that's all he talks about. >> several groups are planning to protest trump's visit. organizers say they are expecting several hundred people to show up including a mer rach chi band of mexicans who live nearby. the launch of a new web site, lying crooked hillary.com which will detail all of her quote
lies. we are expecting to hear from trump about an hour from now. but this all comes as a new poll shows clinton is maintaining her lead over trump by 5 points now. it is notable, though, in that poll, 11 percent of voters said they are supporting a candidate other than donald trump and hillary clinton. 6 percent are undecided. that could make a difference between clinton and trump. >> garrett tenney live for us. >> immigrants wondering what's next? blocking the president's plan to shield 5 million immigrants from deportation. the split decision reaffirming a lower court junction delivering a win to the state challenging obama's immigration action. unbelievable over reach. fox news contributor charles
krauthammer slamming president obama saying he never had the authority in the first place to pass the immigration plan. >> the culmination of a long strain of decisions issued by the supreme court and by lower courts which admonished this president for clearly over stepping the boundaries of his authority. in this case it was egregious. that's what the circuit had said. this empowered illegal immigrants. it was not in the president's power to do it. just because the president wants to do something that congress will not do that doesn't give them the authority to do it. a 4-year-old swept away by flood waters. he was playing in the water when he was carried away. the flash floods killing at least two other people.
>> onlookers were in shock as a hou burning house was up rooted and carried down the river. families trapped in rising waters. severe storms and rain as we head into the weekend to tell you about. >> maria molina joins us. good morning. >> we have been tracking the weather for several days now. it started in parts of the midwest producing tornadoes. now the threat is further off toward the south. taking a look at the radar you can see it is busy across eastern portions of tennessee where heavy rain is coming down. as we head into this afternoon and evening there could be severe storms across parts of the carolinas and into virginia. meanwhile in the northern plains the threat will be shifting as well this afternoon and will continue over the next couple of
days into the weekend. damming winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes will be possible. temperature wise it will be a scorcher. take a look at the forecast highs as far north in rapid city 99 degrees today. you can reach triple digits in other portions of the plains as well. >> crazy weather every where. >> we will check back with you. >> 12 minutes after the top of the hour. the video is disgusting. they were forced to their knees by iran. how they are being punished for their actions. >> a shouldn't have said nothing. >> a mother arrested behind bars for punishing her own kids. did she go too far? we report, you decide. >> epic live tweet down melt
>> the economied dorr in charge of the ship has been fired. captain kyle moses the second superior releighed of the duties since the january incident. they blame calamity of errors and protocol failures. they wandered into iranian waters forced on to their knees and videotaped apologizing to captors. a clinton official was being bank rolled bile pushing the iran nuclear deal. they put away the billion dollar deal to sell jets to tehran. he was working for boeing while in office.
he testified to congress in support of the new deal. while pickering never denied being on boeing's payroll during the talks he didn't disclose it either. trump encore relewandowsky. four-days after giving him the vut the network hired him as a political analyst. after a bad fact checking cnn was biased in favor of clinton should apologize. they knew they were wrong. >> lebron james is taking the summer off. that means no olympics for him. earning nba title he tells cleveland.com he could use the rest. james agent said he foirnled usa basketball on thursday he won't be making the trip. the 31-year-old is already a two-time gold medal winner. other big names to draw from the olympic games is seth curry and
chris paul. a series of events in britain. voters choosing to leave the european union. >> ashley webster is live from london with reaction from the eu support leave eu supporters. now it is getting later in the morning there. what is the reaction where you are? >> it is interesting. i think reality has finally sunk in. some people don't believe it. going into yesterday's vote it appeared the remain side did enough to win. the polls reflected that. the book makers in the u.k. no worries 80 percent the u.k. would stay in europe. what did they know? the message didn't get through to the voters. by some 52 to 48 percent margin it was the lead people who were doing all of the celebrating last night. people have to think for themselves and what will be best
for us. >> absolutely wonderful. best news ever. we want england to come back, great britain to come back how it was years ago. >> getting back control of the borders was a big issue for those who wanted to get out of the everything u. the other big story is prime minister david cameron coming out and saying that's it i am going to have to leave. we need a new leader to lead this country in a new direction. he will be boughing out by october of this year before the conservative party conference. a lot of consternation on the continent. we have brussels saying okay, what happens now? we are expecting to hear from the leaders of germany and france in a little while who will do their best to try to calm the nerves of the eu who believe it could be the beginning of some sort of domino effect and other countries opting to get out. we expected a shock.
boy have we had it. earlier today the bank of england saying it is fine. the fp shall system is okay it is not like it was back in 2007. the banks suggest fine. certainly it will be shaky and volatile at least in the short term, guys. >> historic day in the u.k. ashley webster live for us. thank you. >> scotland and ireland up next. >> so many questions. >> 20 minutes after the hour. do you drive a volkswagon that was part of the massive emiss n emissions scandal? it's next. >> a yoga mandate. dishing out hundreds of thousands of dollars forcing children to practice yoga? ♪ experience the thrill of the lexus is f sport. because the ultimate expression of power, is control. this is the pursuit of perfection.
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>> a mom is out of yale for disciplining her kids admitting to whipping them for breaking into a neighbor's home. now she is struggling whether or not she did the right thing. >> maybe i should have did nothing. i shouldn't have did nothing, and i still would have been wrong. i would have been unfit. they would have said you should have did something. you should have disciplined them. >> a stranger bailed the mother out saying she felt compelled to help the single mom of 6. the district attorney will decide if she faces criminal charges. >> mandatory yoga. parents outraged after a california school district sets aside 400,000 dollars for a program that includes yoga for elementary students. parents say the school's priority is way out of whack since they have to fund raise to have art and music.
800,000 was initially set aside for the program. >> i never got yoga before. >> if you drive a vogues wagon that was part of the emissions scandal you could have money coming yao you are way. >> cheryl casone from our sister network is here to explain. >> we have been talking europe all night. this is out of germany. volkswagon with a $10 billion settlement. that means all of the diesel cars. if you own one you can get them to buy it back from you or be eligible for $5,100. some will be eligible for 10,000 dollars. this is from the vehicle emissions scandal 500,000 volkswagon offers expected. costco, they are adding a problem with the new visa rollout. i don't like this. >> you are not alone. if costco customers are furious. a lot of fan fair we did is it
here they replaced all of american he cans press to the costco visa. they say they have missing cards, double billing. they did long wait times to get their cards. this is a costco card itself. but customers saying they are not happy and honestly they have a good point. you go to costco you want your card. >> mcdonald testing ultra hot fridays. they are trying 100 san diego locations the signature sirvachi. they have the sauce on it. they are trying that out to see how it sell. they are trying the jalapeno double. whether it is the jalapeno double or signature sriracha if you want heat meet go to mcdonalds in san diego. >> it comes with a warning, though. >> it does. coming up i will have more of a
morning about how the markets open today. it is a big day for financial markets. the time 26 minutes after the top of the hour. rhino rampage. the frighteningly close call when a rhino charges at them at full speed. >> can you imagine? first a live look at the plaza where american idol winner trent harmon is ready to rock the all american summer concert series.
to its next generation. >> urgent water rescue. the search intensifying at this hour for a toddler swept away in a flash flood. are you surfing your smart phone right now? beware the new warning it will make you go blind. "fox & friends first" continues right now. >> another reason to put down the cell phone and tune in instead to "fox & friends first". >> exactly. >> i am abby hunts man. it is 31 before the hour. in a fox news alert david cameron opposed the exit saying he's quitting. >> a british people have made a clear decision to take a different path, and as such i
think the country requires fresh leadership to take it in this direction. i will do everything i can as prime minister to steady the ship over the coming weeks and months, but i do not think it would be right for me to try to be the cap dtain that steers ou country to its next destination. >> majority of referendum voters choosing to leave the eu in the brexit, short for british exit. >> 16 million wanted to remain. >> u.k. independent party leader said the results shows a new dawn for the u.k. >> the brexit raising some complicated questions. >> it will take two years if not
more to figure out the exit. referendums are not binding in the u.k. primarily david cameron could disregard the referendum. likely not, though. >> the stock market shock waves financial uncertainty worldwide at this hour as futures free fall. >> cheryl is here to explain the mar ca markets. it was so busy overnight. >> it was a surprise to see this referendum on the leave side. investors around the world including the u.s. expected britain was going to stay. the dow gained more than 200 points yesterday because we thought the british people were going to stay part of the eu. when the asian markets opened it was a free fall. europe opened 2 and a half hours ago initially the european markets paris, london and germany all of the markets felled but they are coming back
a little bit. because now with david cameron leaving is there will be a little more stability and more orderly progression. from an economic perspective so many things are going to change. it will will take more than to you are years to get back to normal. the prime minister that does it we have two-years to wait and get this thing figured out. >> a surprise to folks over there especially cameron step down and then the i am fact specifically for us. >> well, for here u.s. investors a few things. in particular if you are traveling to europe this summer it just got a lot cheaper. we saw the pound and the euro fall precipitously overnight. what is going to be really rough is for big american companies. most of the ceo didn't want this to happen. they have operations in particular in london. our country will have to renegotiate our trade deals with the brits because they are no longer part of the eu.
deals, goods and services, tariffs, we buy, we sell things all of that goes away. the companies and hundreds of thousands of americans working for our companies in europe it will be impacted. i don't think it is going to be a good thing for a lot of those american workers. >> president obama went over there and said specifically this would move great britain to the back of the pack when it came to the trade policies. >> donald trump by the way is celebrating right now. he's in scotland because he has the huge golf course opening. it has become a political story as well as a money story. >> cheryl, thank you so much. >> massive flooding and wildfires taking over most of the country where communities are under water. this video shot by golfer bubba watson at the green briar country club after 10 inches of rain there.
a 4-year-old swept away in the floods as he was playing. >> at least two others are found dead a state of emergency for most of the state in california. a massive out of control wildfire erupting. it will spread to more than 4,000 acres in just a few hours. the blaze in central california is zero percent contained. it has already destroyed more than 60 homes. >> the extreme heat. three dogs left inside a car reaching 160 degrees inside. we tell you not to do this. firefighters in sacramento removing the little dog you see on the dash board. the puppy was panting inside with the window only slightly cracked open. two other dogs were in the car but were too aggressive to be taken out. the rescued dog was turned over to animal control and police sited the owner. >> such a problem. i hate that. >> the monkey business is over. a zoo reopening its gates after
the monkey returns to his enclosure. dizzy escaped after a springfield zoo employee walked out to help visitors. the 12 pound monkey turned the doorknob and walked out. >> they searched for dizzy for days. they made it difficult. the zoo was then closed to the public. he was found inside the sgla after all of that. >> he needed a little break. decided to come home. >> the time is 37 minutes after the top of the hour. donald trump, cheryl just mentioned him just landing in scotland. the presumptive nominee expected to speak at any moment. >> lindsay lohan has strong feelings about brexit. her epic live tweet melt down. that's next.
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>> welcome back. we are a few moments away from donald trump's first speech on foreign soil as the presumptive gop nominee. >> we are live from washington, d.c. with the latest on that. >> heather and abby, good morning. it is donald trump's first foreign trip as a presumptive nominee, but this trip is really all about business with donald trump. he's there for the reopening of the trump turn bury golf course where he is scheduled to sleep. it is hardly a trip event without protests. several groipi groups are holdi protests through out his trip. they are e several hundred people to show up including a mariachi band. many feel about her rifle tweeting people in scotland are not thrilled about trump coming to their country. we know the feeling. added a link to this new video.
>> donald trump is always being seen as something of a grotesque american curiosity in britain. >> trump had his own announcement with the laufrn of a new web site. lying hillary.com which will list all of her lies. right now only one lie listed hillary lies to benghazi families. the campaign said there will be plenty more to add. in the latest rasmussen poll clinton is holding her lead over trump by 5 points 43 to 39 with 6 percent of voters saying they are still undecided. as trump areyes in the u.k. brexit is the what is on people's minds there. presumptive nominee saying just got to scotland. they are going wild over the vote. they took their country back just like we will take america
back. no games. it was interesting to see what donald trump has to say there. >> garrett. thank you. lindsay lohan and politics. she has strong feelings she wants to let you know about about the brexit vote. some people are calling her a br expert. the story that has everyone talking. >> good morning, ladies. folks talking about the u.k.'s decision to leave the european union. the topic even capturing the attention of hollywood wild child lindsay lohan. as results were rolling in she tweeted a string of bizarre tweets where she revealed her passion for br to say into the union. kettering where are you and why is this woman at bbc news speaking on people rather than telling us what happens u.k.
leaves. she had issues with bbc as well. she drops you can't sit with us catch phrase tweeting for the love of her majesty, queen leave you can't sit with us. fellows at s&p we should all be sitting together. #love not hate. we can be one. she hasn't tweeted anything yet this morning. she will wake up very di disappointed. >> i thought she was british. >> i think she lived over there quite a while. her opinion interesting. >> selena gomez. a duet with a young fan. a little girl battling a rare blood disease. this may be her most memorable performance yet. she got to rock out with selena gomez. the adorable footage going viral online. ♪
>> gomez posted that video to instagram with the caption, finally got to meet this sweetheart. she owned it fully. ♪ >> isn't she amazing. love it when stars do good things. >> a french bulldog and a fish can't stop smooching. >> you heard that right. this might be the most unlikely animal friendship yet. an 8-year-old french bulldog named days see and a cow fish named frank forge a bond. frank waits by the edge of the pond and ignores the other fish. they are loving this dynamic video. >> he just wanted a sip of water and a smooch. >> thanks carly. >> thanks ladies. >> time now 15 minutes to the end of the hour. have you surfing your smart
phone right there. a new warning that could make you go blind. >> a big movie at the box office blake live lee at her sharp standoff in the new movie "the shallows. >> but first steve doocy live on the plaza to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> i was thinking given the fact that great britain has decided to leave the european union, i am thinking about doing the entire program with a fake british accent. what do you think about that? background music. anyway. coming up, two things. one i am going to get some hair spray. secondly it is the top of the hour in 15 minutes. donald trump is going to be speaking from scotland. he came down he said great britain should exit, and they are. now he looks like a genius. also david cameron is stepping down after the u.k. vote and former prime minister tony blair is going to weigh in on that.
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right out of the waters. oh, "the shallows" hitting neaters today. kevin mccarrying is here with his reviews. >> good to see you. >> it's good to see you in person. >> it's good to see you in person. this movie is very scary. it's reported a $17 million budget. they did a great job of building the tension. blake lively is facing off against a shark. she's only 200 feet from shore. she has to take the shark on directly. it's very similar to a movie her husband did called "buried. "she's fantastic in it and the film, when she was filming it,
she actually got hurt doing the filming. watch this. >> the bouy falls down and i crack my face. i got in bloody nose. that was real. real bloody nose. real crack. that was really, really awful and careful. i came out, either i'm going to pass out right now or i'm going to continue the scene and i'm going to be so awesome and proud to those these people what i've done. i didn't pass out. when you get hurt like that, you want it to show. >> i'm glad you kept it in the movie. that's really cool. how does this compare to "jaws." ? >> there would be no shallow without "jaws" this is a masterpiece. that's not realistic. it's so much fun to watch. they do a great job. there's an emic shot when she
gets attack, the shark comes into the wave and it is one of the scariest shots in a movie in a long time. i give it a 3 1/2 out of 5. it's ridiculous at times. >> does it have that scary "jaws" music? >> that's john williams. they had a lot of issues building filming "jaws." >> and independence day, the sequel. >> when i was a kid, i was 12 years old, i took my first trip to new york, i saw it with my aunt and awning -- uncle. i loved it. one of my favorite movies ever. this film, the problem here is you have a relatively bad script but you have good action and some good performances.
i thought jeff goldblum was great. they had tried to repeat some of the same sequences. there's cheesy dialogue. the action does work. there are some great effects in the movie. it was an unnecessary sequel. i give it a 2 1/2 out of 5. skip annism max or 3d seat. matinee. >> we'll be right back. stay with us. more about the brexit bombshell and also the the good, the bad, and the ugly. stay with us. ♪ i could get used to this. now you can. when you lease the 2016 es 350 for $329 a month for 36 months. see your lexus dealer.
two minutes until the top of the hour. before you leave the house, here is what is happening today. >> british prime minister david cameron announcing he plans to resign his post this october after voters opted to leave the european union. the vote sending shock waves through the stock market. >> moments away from donald trump taking the podium at his new golf resort in scotland. he's expected to react. >> and take your daughter to work today but -- dog to workday, only 12% of people are actually allowed to bring a dog into their wosh place. >> now, it's time for the good,
the bad, and the ugly. >> broadway start, kristen chenoweth blown away by a teen she pulls up on stage for a duet. amazing. jumping up and down as the girl hits all the high notes. and the bad, you might want to think about lying in bed staring at your cell phone. it could make you go whriend -- blind. researchers that that people would look at their screen with one eye can wake up with blurred vision. and a jeep wrangler. look at this. hey, hey, hey. >> but a scared employees at a park in snrik.
-- south africa. it was a charging black right now -- rh p -- rhino. >>. "fox & friends" starts right now. have a great weekend. >> bye! ♪ it is black friday in europe, that according to a member of the european union because of an historic vote yesterday. great britain is going to leave the european union and you are looking live at a light house in turnberry, scotland, where very shortly donald trump is going to make comments and the reason we're taking that is because donald trump was one of the few foreign luminaries on the winning side of this. both barack obama and hillary clinton said the people of great britain should stay in the european union. apparently as we have heard this last