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>> we believe anita hill. we believe anita hill. heather: this is "fox and friends first". happening right now at 4:00 am a fox news alert, hundreds of people arrested as protests rage against brett kavanaugh. how the supreme court nominee is fighting to clear his name just hours ahead of the senate vote. planned parenthood taking aim at senators planning to vote yes for the judge. the veiled threats against republicans.
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>> a kid through crayon on the wall or something. i never heard the kids threatening. shannon: might be time to switch. the toddler whose parents say broke into his savings and put it through the shredder. "fox and friends first" starts now. ♪ tuesday wednesday ♪ thursday friday ♪ heather: the your this morning, what we are starting with, it is friday and hopefully your loving "fox and friends first" because we love that you are watching us. welcome on friday morning. thank you for starting your day with us.
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fox news alert, 300 people are arrested as anti-brett kavanaugh protests rage throughout the night outside capitol hill. all day, thousands heard chanting and screaming despite an fbi investigation finding no corroborating evidence for sexual assault claims against the supreme court justice nominee. a majority of those arrests, 293 of them, took place inside the heart senate building. donald trump defending brett kavanaugh at this rally in minnesota. >> it was announced for one simple reason. he is an incredible intellect, an incredible person. heather: the supreme court nominee standing up for himself
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in a brand-new op-ed as his fate hangs in the balance. griff jenkins is live in the nation's capital with reaction and i know you had an eventful day in the center of all the protests. >> reporter: before the voting begins this morning, the fbi report, it was unprecedented to see brett kavanaugh making the final argument for his nomination himself. he wrote, quote, i was subjected to wrongful and sometimes vicious allegations. my time in high school and college has been ridiculously distorted. my wife and daughters have faced violent threats. against that backdrop ice testified for the judiciary committee to defend my family, my good name and my lifetime of public service. he admits he may have been too emotional at times but insists he is an independent impartial judge. that wasn't enough for the ranking member of the judiciary committee diane feinstein who said fbi investigation was
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insufficient. >> it looks to be a product of an incomplete investigation that was limited perhaps by the white house. democrats agreed that the investigation scope should be limited. we do not agree the white house should tie the fbi's hands. it is a plea not credible to say public testimony in last week's hearing is a substitute for interviews by fbi agents. >> reporter: steve daines of montana who startled everyone and almost missed the vote for his daughter's wedding saturday says he is supporting the judge based on that report. >> they are out of arguments. it is just desperation. if you are fair-minded and look at what the evidence says and what investigations have produced these allegations are false, there is no corroborating evidence. it is not a very clear-cut vote for me. >> reporter: daines will be
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there for the vote on saturday and it comes down to the senate meets this morning at 9:30 for the procedural vote but those holdouts, collins, murkowski and flake and red state democrats joe manchin are undeclared, brett cavanagh will need at least two of them. if you have plans saturday afternoon you might want to clear it and stay tuned to fox news because that vote will probably come at 4:00 or 5:00 in the afternoon on saturday. shannon: they use all their 30 hours in between which no doubt they certainly will seeing what has happened already. appreciate it. democrats using their entire playbook to obstruct the brett kavanaugh confirmation vote but kellyanne conway says all those sneer tactics could spell bad news when it comes time for red state democrats to vote. >> there are red state democrats who have a terrible decision to make. they have to accede to the will
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of the voters who want brett cavanagh confirmed, which just started this new session, or they can be complicit with a process that has been fraught with hysterics and hyperbole and hyper-partisanship and democrats trying to undo election results from two years ago, trying to slow the nomination to get ahead of the midterm elections this year and they have to decide whether to be part of the leftward drift, they own all those protesters if they vote against brett cavanagh, all the hysterics and craziness you see and we are going to have the vote and he ought to be confirmed. >> red state democrats, west virginia senator joe manchin has yet to announce which way he will vote and we will talk about those tight races and their decisions and how they will sway things later. donald trump slamming democrat for trying to block brett kavanaugh's nomination telling a
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crowd their resistance will motivate republican voters this fall. >> i you have to do is look at the polls in the last three or four days and it shows that there rage fueled resistance is starting to backfire at a level that nobody has ever seen before. >> the president's comments coming as he builds support for republican jim hadadoran who is running against the minnesota seat that has been held by a democrat for the past 12 years. 800 people come together for a vigil to honor the lives of officer terrence caraway, the 30 year department veteran killed in a shootout in south carolina leaving behind a wife and a son. we are learning more about the suspect frederick hopkins accused of wounding 6 other officers. the disbarred lawyer and vietnam vet posted on social media about
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his guns skills. police say he opened fire as they tried to serve a warrant to his son. that was the officer killed in the shooting we were just showing. the navy veteran who admits to sending ricin envelopes to the president of the pentagon is due in court today. william clyde allen iii will be federally charged with a terror threat. the fbi and police arresting him at his utah home one day after the letters arrived in dc. they contained beans that are used to make the poison ricin. china trying to interfere in the midterm elections, that is a new message from mike pence as he double down on donald trump's accusations, the vp saying china wants a different us president. kevin cork has details on the escalating tensions. >> the united states navy will
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continue to fly, sale and operate wherever international law allows and national interests demand. we will not be intimidated and we will not stand down. >> in an address meant to build up donald trump's be, mike pence accused china of hostile activities including meddling in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections. >> what the russians are doing pales in comparison to what china is doing across this country. and the american people deserve to know. >> that occurred charge by the president on twitter last week when he noted china placed, quote, propaganda ads in the des moines register and other papers made to look like news. >> china, they are draining us, taking our money, rebuilding themselves. >> whether the ads constitute election meddling is open to interpretation but what is clear is the trump administration is engaging in a coordinated strategic counterattack on
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beijing including massive tariffs on chinese made goods and financial penalties were in for trade practices. the first major us technology company to remain vigilant in combating cyber infiltration among reports amazon and apple network service may have been compromised by microchips and renewed warnings about chinese hacking groups targeting us interests and increased tensions in the south china sea. words part beijing which continues to work carefully with washington on a number of important issues most notably north korea has yet to officially make a comment on the vice president's remarks. heather: meantime first lady milania trump landing in kenya overnight, the third stopping her solo trip to africa focusing on animal conservation at the nairobi national park where she went on a safari and she will
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meet with kenya's first lady. she spent a day in malawi and two days in ghana and then she heads to egypt, the final stop of her visit. some football, tom brady adding another historic seat to his hall of fame resume on thursday night football. >> looking for all of this unloads to the end zone, touchdown patriots. heather: brady throwing his 500 korea touchdown pass joining brett favre, peyton manning as the only players to do that in nfl history. brady finished with 341 passing yards and three touchdowns, patriots beating the colts 38-24. still breaking records. the time is 11 minutes after the top of the hour and he is accused of posting republican senators information online during the brett kavanaugh
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hearings but this in turn wasn't going to stop there. is chilling plot involving lawmakers children. democrats and republicans battling over the fbi report. how did the agency reach its conclusion? a retired fbi special agent takes us inside the investigation to break down tween 9 key things under the microscope. ♪ that's why we designed capital one cafes. you can get savings and checking accounts with no fees or minimums. and one of america's best savings rates. to top it off, you can open one from anywhere in 5 minutes. this isn't a typical bank. this is banking reimagined. what's in your wallet?
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shannon: welcome back, 15 minutes past the top of the hour, lawmakers gearing up for cloture vote on brett kavanaugh. supreme court nomination, with a final vote expected this weekend. the feds finding no evidence to support the allegations against him. why aren't democrats satisfied. we walk through the fbi investigation, thank you for joining us, really appreciate this. it is important because you hear from both sides completely
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different things, democrats now saying this was not thorough enough but we know the report includes 45 pages of interview summaries along with 1600 extra pages of information the fbi included coming into their tip line. they interviewed 10 different people, they reached out to 11. take us through the most important aspects of what the fbi did in this up a little background check. >> i have done thousands of these interviews and this is brett kavanaugh's seventh time being background check, look at 9 characteristics, his character, his associates are, his reputation in the community, his loyalties, drug abuse, his financial background, they look at 9 different areas to determine whether or not this individual is required, not required but allowed to be given
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a position of authority with security clearance and the federal government. >> you mention this was the seventh one. this investigation went back 25 years back to 1993. that has to be difficult. how does the fbi do that going back so far? >> very difficult because of the allegations that do not include an exact location or exact year. there is no place, no time, no location to do a crime scene analysis and even the witnesses that were supposedly there for the alleged assault have refuted the claims and allegations against brett cavanagh. heather: that includes real and kaiser, one of her old friends, a woman she alleges was at a party, she said not only does she not recall the party at all but she never met brett kavanaugh, never been at a party where he was present, they interviewed mark judge, they interviewed pj smith also allegedly at the party and
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something else important to mention. it wasn't just witnesses or possible corroborating witnesses for doctor forward. they talked to possible coordinating or corroborating witnesses with miss ramirez who made allegations of something that happened at yale. >> absolutely 0 corroboration of any of the allegations doctor ford put forth in her testimony. where we come as a nation where an individual escort ability is based on allegations that cannot be substantiated by anyone? nobody out there has corroborated any of the accusations doctor ford put forth and brett kavanaugh had a history of hiring female interns and female staff and female attorneys over an exemplary career and none of them have come forward and said anything
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other than he was a polite respectful individual they enjoyed working for. it is a shame we got to a point where a man's reputation, his entire life and career can be destroyed by mere accusations. heather: thank you for joining us, appreciate getting into what was involved in this investigation, i wish people would pay attention instead of all the noise you are hearing. thank you so much. the time is 19 after the top of the hour, liberal hollywood joining democrats in a massive protest against brett kavanaugh. >> a vote for brett cavanagh is a vote saying women don't matter. heather: that is just the beginning. carly shimkus with the outburst from celebrities and the reaction that is flooding in on social media. good morning. ♪
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heather: celebrities flooding the streets of washington to protest brett kavanaugh. carly shimkus with fox news headlines 24/7 he with their outburst in the streets and online. >> celebrities use their influence on social media to encourage their followers to come out and protest alongside them. take a look at this tweet from rosie o'donnell. she says get to dc, flood the streets. about 300 people were arrested at those protests including comedian amy schumer, people were arrested after they started sitting down in the senate building and following what police were saying, lena dunham was also there.
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she posted this long message to twitter saying so many women i love are in dc, representing hundreds, thousands, millions of other women opposing brett cavanagh is not about a political party, it is about ensuring that women, people of every political party are safe. that is her message. kathy griffin in true form posted something pretty shocking to twitter. she basically cursed out every single republican member of the senate judiciary committee. a lot of celebrities are expressing themselves and that is how she chose to express herself. a real show of intelligence there. heather: they are disappointed they didn't get arrested. >> if you go there you get arrested, you can't say on social media i got arrested, i stood there and took heat for the cause. let's talk about facebook, they
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are taking some heat because of support for brett kavanaugh. >> hundreds of facebook employees talking about a type executive for publicly supporting brett kavanaugh. joel kaplan, vice president of global public policy. he is a longtime friend of brett kavanaugh's, went to the senate judiciary hearing. sheryl sandberg did not get the stamp of approval, we support people doing what they want in their personal time but this was by no means a straightforward case, i had a conversation how she didn't think this was the right call. a lot of folks on social media are saying this is the guy's life, he should be able to do what he wants. this twitter user says how about supporting his friend he has known for years? another twitter user said had zuckerberg attended they would have been praised, always a double standard. leslie linda said it is called freedom.
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let the man choose what he wants to do in his personal time. working for a liberal company taking the conservative position supporting his longtime friend, in a strange position. >> the double standard is concerning all of this, big double standard. >> they are having a big meeting, zuckerberg will be there, a company townhall. heather: let us know what happens. the time is 26 minutes after the top of the hour, democrats calling the fbi reported sham. how can 7 investigations not be enough to satisfy them? our political panel is on deck to debate that. ♪
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>> welcome back, half past the top of the hour, donald trump railing against democrat in
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defending brett kavanaugh. a rally in minnesota. jackie ibanez joins us with highlights and how brett kavanaugh is standing up for himself. >> reporter: donald trump unleashing frustrations in front of a roaring crowd in minnesota. brett kavanaugh is at the top of the left's agenda. >> the dems are willing to do anything to hurt anyone to get the power they so desperately crave. democrats have been trying to destroy judge brett kavanaugh since the very first second he was announced. >> donald trump warning the democrats criticism toward brett kavanaugh is hurting them ahead of the midterms. >> are you have to do is look at the polls over the last three or four days and it shows that
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their rage fueled resistance is starting to backfire at a level that nobody has ever seen before. >> reporter: republican jim haggardadorn, occupied by 12 years. drumming up support by senate candidate karen housley and jason lewis. the rally happening as brett kavanaugh released an op-ed in the wall street journal explaining his anger at last weekend hearing writing, quote, i might have been too emotional at times, my tone was sharp and said a few things like i should not have said. everyone can understand i will bear as son, husband and dad. the senate will vote today, and as early as tomorrow. at 5:00 pm saturday. top senate democrats questioning the legitimacy of the fbi
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report. >> the most notable part of this report is what is not in it. >> i disagree with senator grassley's statement that there was no hint of misconduct. >> after 7 background checks how is that not enough to satisfy democrats? here to debate is tony lazzaro and michael tobin. we appreciate it. let's talk about this. the number of written questions answered by scotus nominees to compare, 1278 by brett kavanaugh. that tops all other nominees, and you compare it to neil gorsuch, 324. i will begin with you.
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when is enough enough? >> likely never, unless the president's nominee fails through the confirmation process which is not a realistic possibility. there is culpability on all sides here. both parties democrat and republican scored what they believe the political points they need heading into the midterms but i think this should be viewed in the context of we are in a hyper-partisan increasingly connected social media environment with organizers and activists on all sides. to compare this process with all others in us history mistakes the point. heather: what do you think? it is still continuing? democrats saying if democrats take the house they will try to impeach brett kavanaugh. >> i think democrats have said what we need to know about their motives.
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chris coons, brett cavanagh is guilty until proven innocent. that is terrified a lot of americans who said is what i did in high school going to become something that is focused on for the rest of my life or something i didn't do, that is terrifying. a lot of republicans are motivated more than ever to vote in november. we live in the greatest country on earth where you should not be guilty until proven innocent, it is that clear. heather: if you look at the questioning and what was done during the testimony, the time spent questioning doctor ford specifically, under gop questioning, 29 minutes and 6 seconds, they asked 175 questions of doctor ford. democrats in 10 minutes and 24 seconds asked only 34 questions of doctor ford. does that show they had already made up their mind, democrats? >> one of my favorite questions is nothing is ever about just one thing, rolling into the midterms, we have the 2020 presidential elections, this
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provided a soapbox for democratic candidates to score points, and organized energetic activist based on the far left of the democratic party which you can see, this was always going to be messy, always a spectacle and there is enough culpability on all sides. the one process -- julie: should democrats let it go? they are saying the fbi investigation was not thorough enough. >> we have 35 hours, we have to hold our breath and hang on by our fingernails and at the end of this -- heather: what do you think? >> at this point he will be confirmed. the cory bookers of the democratic party want as much face time as they can for 2020 but besides that at this point besides another michael avenatti, quote, bombshell or whatever i think brett cavanagh will be confirmed.
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heather: should happen this weekend if everything goes as scheduled, thank you for joining us, appreciate the insight. democratic interns, did you hear about this? republican senators, threatened to expose their children's personal information. docsing is when someone releases personal information online with malicious intent, jackson costco was arrested for posting the home addresses and personal phone numbers of three gop senators during the brett kavanaugh hearing. he recently interned for sheila jackson lee, threatened to post their children's health information and social security numbers online if witnesses reported him to authorities. he faces 20 years in prison. a lawyer working for hillary clinton's campaign and the dnc gave the fbi documents on the russia probe, sources telling fox news the materials were
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given while federal investigators prepare a surveillance want for trump campaign aide carter page. during a deposition this week fbi official james baker revealing michael sussman initiated contact and provided documents on russian hacking. he was a key player in funding the anti-trump dossier. russia dismissing reports of cybercrime spiked intelligence agency. there deputy foreign minister says accusations by the us are intended to support claims of russian meddling in the 2016 election and foreshadowing new sanctions. he wants tensions could escalate between the two countries over this. the response coming after the doj charged russian intel officers with hacking anti-doping agencies and other international organizations. let's talk about the u.s. navy blue angels soaring high over the golden gate bridge giving people a sneak peak of this weekend's air show.
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heather: he was on the senate judiciary committee, he knew there would be controversy over the brett kavanaugh probe because it is happening right before the midterm elections as our previous to guest was mentioning. planned parenthood making its position crystal clear. the organization tweeting roses are red, violets are blue, senators vote no on brett kavanaugh or else we are coming for you. planned parenthood later tweeting we are going to be loud, we are going to be noisy and we are not going to stop until we win. the organization has allegedly sent $1 million to block brett kavanaugh's nomination. those tweets coming as protesters flooded the streets in dc, politicians, activists shouting, marching, holding signs criticizing donald trump's supreme court nominee. griff jenkins was lucky enough to be there in the middle of it and he joins us with what demonstrators had to say. they were definitely loud.
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>> reporter: they were about a noisy and if that was their goal achieved it. weeks of protests and anti-kavanaugh in-your-face tactics hitting the streets, when they were marching in front of the heart atrium senate office building. one of the things i wanted to talk to them about was what about brett kavanaugh and his due process? here's what they had to say. do you feel he was afforded production of innocence? >> this is a job interview. the question is about the evidence presented and the credibility of her claim. >> reporter: do you believe brett kavanaugh had presumption of innocence and got a fair shake and hearings? >> know. i think he didn't give himself a fair share because he lied the entire time. >> reporter: you believe brett cavanagh was given president of innocence?
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>> is this a court of law? >> reporter: why do you believe brett cavanagh shouldn't be confirmed? >> he had lied multiple times. he acted crazy. there have been enough allegations swirling around the we know this job application needs to be denied. heather: was he given fair perception of innocence? >> brett kavanaugh refused an investigation. that is not the behavior of someone -- >> the countries benefit, let's discover the truth. heather: do you believe he was given a fair chance at his confirmation? >> for chance? this man is sitting among friends of his. >> the public are the people who should make decisions about what they need and deserve, not a rich white man who doesn't care about us. heather: if you thought they were done think again. they will be out there, organizers tell me today and
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certainly tomorrow when the votes are tapping. heather: group of people from alaska will protest outside makowski's office and one of the key swing votes. thank you for braving that crowd for us, we appreciate it. glad you made it out. 10 minutes, 15 minutes until the top of the hour. gaining ground, donald trump says brett confirmation chaos is energizing republican voters and a brand-new fox news battleground poll backs him up. former pollster for the trump campaign jim mclachlan said this is history in the making and he will break down the crucial senate races up next. ♪ today is the day you're going to get motivated...
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heather: the political fight over brett kavanaugh's confirmation may explain increased interests from republicans in the midterms in some battleground states. look at this fox news poll showing that. look at those numbers, an increase of 11% in tennessee, donald trump tweeting such enthusiasm and energy for brett kavanaugh. look at the energy, look at the polls, something very big is happening, he is a fine man and great intellect, countries with him all the way. jim mclaughlin is the trump campaign pollster, he joins us with a closer look at the key senate races. thank you for joining us. first, just overall your response to the increase in republican interest in these midterm elections. >> i always thought the enthusiasm and interest on the republican side would come late.
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in a lot of ways this whole debacle, the circus democrats created with the brett kavanaugh confirmation hearing energized and motivated republicans. heather: if the vote comes on saturday that will leave 30 days until the midterm elections. do you think that enthusiasm will last? >> yes. a lot of people say this will be the decisive issue and you are right. it is a month away from election day and the truth of the matter is several other factors happen within the election in the next couple weeks but this is the issue. the brett kavanaugh hearings brought forth conservative republicans and moderate republicans together and something they coalesced behind. heather: let's look at key races in place specifically, let's start with the missouri senate race, claire mccaskill, gop challenger josh holly, donald trump won the state of missouri
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by 19 points in 2016. >> not just the brett kavanaugh hearing but the fact that here you have somebody in claire mccaskill, a career politician, she has gone to the left on issues like obamacare, she wants to raise taxes on missouri. there is a really good candidate in josh holly, the attorney general who cleaned up state government, reformed state government and you see the effect of the brett kavanaugh hearing and that claire mccaskill has become an out of touch korea liberal politician. heather: we want to talk about the north dakota senate race where the president won by 36 points. senator heidi heitkamp said she would be a no vote for brett cavanagh. did that sealed her fate? >> i think her fate was sealed over the summer. in addition to your poll we did a poll where we saw her down by 10 points.
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i think she is auditioning for the next democratic presidential administration. she is trying to figure out a way to ingratiate herself of democrats, where you don't want to be because donald trump won north dakota by 30 points, a very conservative state and she has shown how she is out of touch with voters in north dakota. heather: tennessee, marsha blackburn, the president was just there. was that this week or any other week, he won that state by 26 points. what about the influence of brett cavanagh? >> not long ago democrats are saying their candidate was going to win and this was a done deal and now you have marsha blackburn, no question about it and the reason the president was there, this is a state he won overwhelmingly. they liked is issue agenda and they know he can get the republican base going for marsha blackburn.
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heather: he is stumping for these candidates. we will see the enthusiasm last until the midterms. the time is 8 minutes until the top of the hour and we will be right back. what the heck is that?! whoa! what truck brand comes from the family of the most dependable, longest-lasting full-size pickups on the road? i think it's the chevy. ford. is it ford? nope, it's not ford. i think it's ram. is it ram? not ram. that's a chevy! it's chevy! that's right. from the family of the most dependable, longest-lasting full-size pickups on the road. gorgeous. chevy hit it out of the ballpark with these.
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heather: democratic congressman beto o'rourke did not make donald trump's endorsement list, he made the comment that a townhall adding he has won races
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without presidential endorsements before, the democrat hopes to unseat ted cruz in the midterms, ted cruz has received an endorsement from donald trump. democrat running for congress claims he is an m.d. even bragging about it in his campaign ads. >> i'm doctor matt long john. you don't need a medical degree to know the washington is in bad shape. heather: only problem, he doesn't have a medical license. michigan officials say he is not licensed to practice medicine in the state is here and a medical degree from tulane but left the field in 2001. he is challenging congressman fred upton, claims a ridiculous smear from upton's campaign. the good, the bad and the ugly, let's begin with the good, cheers to free beer at busch gardens. after going back to their beer garden roots this summer the themepark is giving adults two
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he is not a college football fan. let's wrap up this hour of fox entrance first on friday, thanks for joining us, have a great weekend. "fox and friends first" continues right now, goodbye. jillian: friday, october 5th, fox news alert, brett kavanaugh fighting back against the vicious attacks just hours before senate vote. rob: tensions reach a boiling point between protesters and senators deciding the judge's fate. >> why don't we dunk in the water and see you float? >> don't you wave your hand at me. i wave my hand at you. jillian: will we have a new supreme court justice by the end of the weekend? rob: her presidential run didn't work out but hillary clinton will see her name up in lights.


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