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todd: it is tuesday april 27th, welcome to the city of violence, brazen daylight attack on a new york city detective caught on camera, growing anti-police sentiment criminals are taking advantage of. >> the president can't get to the border but children detained there can get a copy of her book, what they have to say about that. todd: after a year without concerts miranda lambert shares her emotional return to the live stage.
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"fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪♪ ♪♪ something bad about to happen. >> new orleans to new york city and worldwide. we are live this morning. >> a conversation about concerts we will get to. we've been to a matthews concert but tell your audience your favorite concert. >> red hot chili peppers and red-hot content. todd: coal train was pretty good. he was my guy. jillian: wise this is a price you? >> i didn't know you were such a fan, they are good. jillian: you are watching "fox and friends first". todd: a disturbing trend is
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emerging, parents in a tijuana migrants camp reportedly urging their sons to scale the wall and get caught in order to gain access to the us. jillian: doug luzader joins us as the white house maintained the vice president's focus on causes of migration. >> we've all seen images of students -- children dropping across border walls. the report from the border report says parents are urging kids to hop over the wall, climb the wall and turn themselves in. vice president kamala harris continues to be the point person on all things immigration except the white house again said the crisis at the border is not part of her portfolio infuriating many republicans. >> it is shameful they named the vice president to be in charge of the board, she denied she's in charge of the border and hasn't visited the border. they need to figure out how to
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protect the american people. >> today harris will meet virtually with representatives from community organizations in guatemala. she met yesterday with the president of guatemala as well as personnel from the department of homeland security. >> he is going to speak, have a bilateral meeting with the president of guatemala and the president of mexico next week and is working with them to assure systems put in place to reduce the amount of migration coming from these countries. >> reporter: meantime the white house won't say much about reports that vice president's book is being distributed to detained children. we will hear from beth van dyne who will talk about what is happening along the border as well as new efforts by democrats to expand medicare. todd: thank you.
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jillian: a sixth night of protest after a black man was shot and killed by deputies serving a warrant. they are under a state of emergency as the man's family has seen somebody camera footage of the shooting. todd: jackie ibanez has more. >> protesters chanted release the tape, the whole tape after andrew brown junior's family and lawyers say they will only show 20 seconds of footage but what they did see proves brown was, quote, executed. >> he had his hands on his steering wheel. he wasn't doing anything about it, and shoots him. >> my dad got executed trying to save his own life. it's not right. >> she face calls to resign over the scandal and said it isn't that simple. >> this tragic incident was
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quick and over in less than 30 seconds, body cameras are shaky and hard to decipher. they only tell part of the story. jillian: the video does not reveal brown's rap sheet which fox news has learned is 180 pages long and dates back to 1988. brown was a known drug dealer and had allegedly been selling to an undercover informant for over a year. attorney ben crump demanded our body camera video be released accusing authorities of trying to hide something. the sheriff file a motion with the court to get the video released to the public but it is unclear when or if that will happen. meanwhile on capitol hill optimism remains high as officers keep up talk on police reform and things got a jolt after a liberal activist red joe
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manchin and kirsten cinema's phone numbers during a press conference, hoping to get them to support the doors for justice and policing active fox news poll shows voters oppose cutting police funding, the george floyd act does not affect police funding in any way. >> the struggle between police and communities intensifies, senator john kennedy says people need to see the whole picture when it comes to policing and many offices just want to make it home alive at the end of the day. >> in our post-journalism world many members of the media have a narrative and they only want to cherry pick and pick instances which show cops at their worst. i have said before. if you hate cops just because they are cops, then, criminal or method next time you get and i do not accept. i think most americans accept
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that most cops are bad people, are racists. they don't get up every day going to work hoping to hurt somebody. most of them get up every day and go to work and hope they can themselves come home alive. >> yesterday an nypd officer was hit in the head with a stick in broad daylight, that and other attacks on police in a few minutes. >> the second arrest, a deadly shooting of a 7-year-old, police have not said how the person is connected. john adams was shot and killed during the attempted carjacking. her father was hurt but is expected to be okay. the accused getaway driver faces murder charges. police searching for other suspects. charlotte bennett, one of the women accusing andrew cuomo of sexual misconduct is ripping into the new york governor over his latest denial the allegations. >> putting it simply know, can't say anything different.
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the attorney saying the governor didn't do anything wrong, studied ignorance of a revisionist history of the misconduct. 9 women accuse the governor of misconduct. >> offering young people financial incentive to get vaccinated. lieutenant governor jim justice saying the state will get $100 savings bond to people between 16, and 35. there is federal emergency funding provided by the cares act. emotional miranda lambert shows her first live performance in more than a year. martin lambert posting this video online with the caption, love you all. the house that built me.
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sense situation the risk is very low particularly if you are vaccinated. >> doctor anthony fauci as the country waits for updated mass guidelines from the cdc there have been so many questions about masks and how to wear them was at one point we were supposed to wear two from but what does the science say? doctor janette nesheiwat joins me live this morning, thanks for joining us. the cdc guidance on masks and when to wear them. anytime you're indoors or outdoors with people you don't live with they suggest you could wear 2 of them, disposal masks under:00 mask on top, by a cloth mask with a brace. what do you expect this guidance to be? >> hopefully we will hear from the cdc, clear and concise practical guidelines, that makes sense. if you are alone outside and there is no one else around you don't need to wear a mask. if you are alone outside and not
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vaccinated and no one else around you, the risk is extremely low. we had a study that came out on the infectious disease journal that you are 18.7% more likely to pick up covid indoors and outdoors so the risk outdoors is extremely low. hopefully you will get more guidance because that leads to compliance to the safety measures. and you are fully vaccinated. >> some people don't want to get the vaccine. we have been hearing people haven't been getting their first dose, a lot of different scenarios, you are telling me to
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get the vaccine, and give an incentive to get the vaccine. >> if we work to gather, and going on vacation, you know if i to eliminate this fibrous. >> behind you, taking a few minutes. the less family time you worked so hard for, thank you. and seeing her mom. 15 after the hour and nypd detective hit over the head in
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jillian: we are back with a fox news alert was overnight and nypd officer died following a hit and run, struck by a passing vehicle invasive in crash in queens. that woman has been taken into custody. todd: another member of the nypd is hurt after being attacked in the middle of the day. jillian: and another one in connecticut. what is the latest?
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>> they were sent to the hospital monday night after police officers say a driver intentionally drove into mark's police car, they pulled over the vehicle in meredith which matched the description in a recent shooting but as officers approached the car it kept going ramming into several police cruisers and officers. 5 police officers were injured and transported to nearby hospitals after a new york city police officer was hit over the head with a stick, the leading police union slamming bill deblasio for creating a city of violence, the nypd budget was cut by $1 billion and since then an increase in crime with murders up 6%, shooting victims of 50% and shooting incidents up 64% compared to 2020.
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house republicans with steve scalise slamming city officials for cutting police funding. >> people leaving and roast, new york state, 300,000 people, they defunded police, people fleeing and going to states run with more conservative leadership. jillian: amid budget cuts cities across the nation seeing an increase in police retirement. 2500 officers retired last year double the number in 2019. jillian: thank you. >> mark meadows says there is a clear difference in the biden administration to law enforcement. >> donald trump brought in community leaders, law enforcement together last summer. in response to these folks, we can actually get police reform
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done but what happened is democrats started making it not only politically important to their side, but leftist activists. >> it has taken 100 days to show his true colors. he is against law enforcement, not willing to stand up for the men and women in blue. >> the country is largest police union address donald trump rubs reelection last november. >> to great lengths to break into a denver bike shop. watch as security cameras capture them busting through the building with a u-haul. they discovered this, they were not able to steal anything. they suffered tens of thousands in damage. police are searching for suspects. todd: a crane smashing through our california home.
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la county fire department is crews were working to install columns for solar field when it tipped over. homeowners were not hurt but they thought it was an earthquake. when you see cranes all over the city, it is scary. jillian: john kerry accused of leaking classified details to iran. >> detailing secret information to one of america's most strong enemies, john kerry needs to go. jillian: live reports on the leaked audio that suggests he wants health and adversary. todd: i hope to learn more about this. the term op-ed retired at the new york times is what the paper's opinion pieces will be called moving forward next. ♪♪
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jillian: calls intensifying for john kerry to step down as climate envoy after leaked audio suggests he shared his real covert operations with iran. todd: john kerry denies the allegations. >> these recordings come from interviews that gave to an ally of his but they were not supposed to be released until president rouhani left office not now or the us rejoined the jcp oa. in these tapes it alleged john kerry disclosed covert israeli operations to iran confirming israel who struck targets in syria. how surprised he was that john kerry would reveal such sensitive information. the brief doesn't say that the
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disclosure led to numerous calls for his resignation as climate azar. >> enough is enough. revealing secret information to one of america's most sworn enemies, this is true, john kerry needs to go. >> reporter: the leak comes at a critical time in relations when the administration is trying to get back to the iran nuclear deal and the oversized influence of hardliners in the military and the influence they have an iranian foreign policy. secretary carry deny the allegations saying i can tell you this story and these allegations are unequivocally false. this never happens, and john kerry met with private citizen, shadow diplomacy to undermine donald trump in that policy, violating the logan act for
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those complaining how we adapt. todd: raising a lot of eyebrows. 28 after the hour, over gun rights, the concealed carry restrictions. the president of the judicial crisis and the gun owners of america, thank you for being here. i'm pretty annoying to our producers, i was extra annoying trying to emphasize how important this case is. you studies this, this is your baby. what a monumental decision this is. >> clarence thomas and justice
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thomas, and to reinvigorate the second amendment, taking one major case since then. circuit courts to do this unprecedented. outside your own home, you're trying to have plaintiffs who take advance gun training courses, a string of robberies, i want a concealed carry permit to protect myself outside my home and it still doesn't cut it. jillian: you mentioned the word circuit court that invokes federal jurisdiction. wants to read this statement from new york governor andrew cuomo. we have to respect the role of
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the courts but don't have to play along with the strategy of using them to roll back strong gun safety laws, the lowest common denominator into the land. we can keep all-americans safe through federal action. what about that threat of federal action by a state governor? >> it has to do with protecting our rights enshrined in the second amendment. the second amendment says the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed, the law of the land for most of the country but having states like new york and california that issue are main issues that you have to get government permission on the county level in order to say that you can get a firearm and have it outside, new york is especially restrictive and the
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only thing they should be doing is pushing things so we have shall issue in every single state. >> you study these justices, you know this court inside and out. what are you expecting the court to do when it decides next year? >> i am optimistic the court as currently constituted should be very protective of these rights. it is clear the original understanding to keep and bear arms to be able to use self defense because the court has said that is the right but last time the court started to take the case, there was a threatening amicus brief from senator whitehouse and several others that said if you don't take this case we have to take action like packing the court and following the amicus brief,
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to pass the court, and go ahead and pass the court either way. and have a right to keep and bear arms to defend themselves. todd: that letter by sheldon whitehouse unconscionable. final word to you. if the court rules in your favor describe the domino effect you expect to see throughout the country. >> new york is one of the most restrictive states when it comes to gun laws coming down to if they take this down it will be something other states follow suit, gun owners of america following a brief so this will be on this side of gun rights for the american people. >> your amicus brief will not be threatening the courts like mister whitehouse.
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great to see you, have you back. jillian: to doesn't house republicans calling on the nominee for the head of the atf to investigate hunter biden, sending a letter to david shipman requesting a look into allegations that underlie the background check about guns. hunter marked no for drug use on paperwork to buy a gun. they say, quote, the background check is a felony. the allocation merits investigation. the new york times is dropping the term op-ed the pages, calling a newspaper jargon. moving forward the paper will refer to opinion columns as guests as a's. the opinion editor directing change that we are striving to be more inclusive, how we do our work. ashley: the essay reminds you of schools. the first full one of the year.
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is that pretty? hold up. this shows the moon bigger and brighter because it is closer to earth. despite its name it is not pink. comes from early springtime flowers. it comes on may 20 sixth. jillian: it is 35 minutes after the hour. a police officer inviting lebron james to talk. >> i'm not trying to shame him. i want to have a conversation. jillian: the open letter to the nba star. todd: speaking of laughter, elon musk on saturday night live, not everyone is happy about it mostly the players, that story next.
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calling him out or trying to shame him. even if he doesn't have a conversation with me, at least it down and talk to a police officer, remind me of myself before i became a police officer and i saw the other side. todd: he wrote an open letter to lebron james on his recent comments on police. jillian: carley shimkus here with that story. i love this and wish more people on both sides would sit down and talk. carley: a 24 year veteran of the lapd reaching out to lebron james. officer joseph knows that it is a long shot but hopes the facebook post that he wrote gives james the tension that
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they can sit down and have an honest conversation about policing. here's what he had to say directed at james. what you do for children and other acts of charity shows a huge heart, shown to be a family manner that is to be respected but your current stance on policing is so off-base and extreme, your tweets the targeted a police officer in ohio who saved the young woman's life was irresponsible and disturbing and showed a complete lack of understanding of the challenge of our job in the heat of the moment. you put a target on the back of a human being who had to make a split-second decision to save the life from a deadly attack. james was accused of inciting violence for controversial anti-co-pot that he deleted. officer joseph worked in the skid row for two decades. he has a lot of years under his belt but anti-cop rhetoric is not making community safer. jillian: i hope lebron james accepts the invitation to have a talk if not today then next
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month or whenever but -- carley: it is not a get famous thing by the police officer, you don't have to talk to me, talk to any police officer but educate yourself on the other side before you can start casting stones. todd: at the staples center loss than a mile away. this story is a microcosm for our world right now, people think they can get rid of people because they worked hard and made a boatload of money. jillian: elon musk is going to be hosting saturday night live on may 8th. apparently some of the cast members don't like him. they are taking jabs at him on social media. he confirmed the news he would be hosting, he tweeted let's find out just how live saturday night live really is. one cast member responded writing what does that mean? he posted a sad face moshe. bryant responded by sharing a
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tweet from bernie sanders calling it a moral of senator that the 50 wealthiest people in america own more wealth than the bottom half of the people, she retweeted that post by bernie sanders. it is going to be awkward but it is going to happen. we wait and see. todd: understand the power dynamic? the star power of those players? this is the equivalent of me contacting the head of this network saying i don't like someone going on hannity. carley: i'm looking forward to seeing him perform. he will be the first non-actor to host saturday night live since donald trump in 2015. todd: a hysterical episode. you and many viewers, see you guys. jillian: still ahead the recall news of the campaign likely to get on the ballot.
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tomi lahren says this shows even liberals are tired of tierney. todd: brian kilmeade, to see what is coming up on "fox and friends". i don't think the folks across the street on saturday night live know what they are doing. >> we will find out if they can be funny shortly. i'm not rich so i could never host that show. on "fox and friends first" calls for john kerry to redesign after leaked audio from iran's foreign ministry reveals the iranian this, 200 separate attacks on iranian forces, we have reaction from morgan ortagus and many others as marco rubio calling out a corporation, undermining
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jillian: the effort to recall gavin newsom marking a major milestone, the petition surpassing the number of
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verified signatures needing and will be on the ballot this fall. todd: fox nation host tomi lahren, great to see you. you know california extremely well. do you think 60% of the voters will vote yes to recall the governor and replace them with somebody else? >> when i was living there a year ago i once set i'm not so sure because california's tend to bury their head in the sand and ignore the obvious, they elected governor gavin newsom knowing it would be bad for california, they voted to repeal the gas tax, i'm not sure about california but i got say i am so incredibly proud of the state i used to live in and what they have been able to do and this goes to show those living in other states being ruled by democrat tyrants you do have the power to make your voices heard, you have the power to recall your leaders unless you are new york which we will talk about in a moment but this goes to show if enough people band together even in a liberal state they can make a stand and make a change,
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i am incredibly hopeful they will get rid of gavin newsom and replace him with somebody who believes in freedom, believes in the golden state and is ready to make it free again. jillian: we can pull up the numbers, when you look at the data from the california secretary of state's office there have been 54 previous attempts to recall governors, only one was successful in 2003 so curious to see how this plays out but also curious what you think was the breaking point for people in california to go at and say enough is enough? >> certainly coronavirus. when i lived there for 3 years there were problems, there was a homeless epidemic, we know regulations, taxes were in the same, cost-of-living, the poverty rate, this has been a problem for years and years in california, so many people were able to ignore it because the weather is nice, beautiful
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state, they have great sports teams and then covid happened and they realized the power they have and are uncomfortable with that abuse of power and gavin newsom's little trip to french laundry, his extensive unmasked dinner with others i think that sins a message to californians this man thinks he is above them, ruling with an iron fist and they are tired of it and so glad they were able to realize covid brought it in, problems are prior but at least they are starting to realize it. todd: replaced by superstar, see what happens at this time, your thoughts on this, 2020 census shows democrat leaning states like california lost house seats and republicans, there is the map, california and texas last two but you say conservatives should not be popping champagne yet. why do you say that? >> so many folks say this is
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great and normally i would agree with you but because i live in tennessee and so many californians coming here and i have a lot of friends in texas where all the liberals are fleeing to don't get too excited because a lot of those folks are leaving their tyrannical blue states and coming to our red states, they've not learned their lesson, bringing their voting records and policies they love in their liberal states, bringing them with them. be very cautious. we don't want red states like tennessee or texas, turn them purple but if you want to come to tennessee or florida or texas, south dakota, montana, wyoming please come and enjoy the free wonderful states open for business but understand don't vote for liberals and don't vote for liberal policies that ruined your state otherwise you are not going to have anywhere to flee to. >> good to see you this morning, you can watch no interruption with tomi lahren exclusively on fox nation. see you soon.
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todd: vice president harris holding a meeting with the leader of guatemala to discuss the root causes of the border surge. >> parents are urging their sons to jump the wall and surrender to border patrol to get into the u.s. here is beth van duyne. congresswoman, thanks for being here, we appreciate your time. >> good morning, great to be here. jillian: good morning, if things on the border stay status quo where are we in say a year. >> you are requesting to see millions of illegal immigrants and millions of pounds of illegal drugs and gang cartels and terrorists pour into our country. it's not a good outlook. what we are seeing is it is going to get worse before it gets better. if we don't have any kind of action which is reversing back to the policies that were working under the previous administration, you will see a lot more crime in our streets. you will see a lot more illegal activities and it's all preventable. that's the sad part about it the biden administration knows exactly what policies were working in the past that prevented the surge and it completely ignored it.
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todd: you heard vice president's harris' soundbite. run she refuses to call it a crisis. all the stuff she is mentioning is like all pie in the sky talk. why aren't they focused on quite frankly keeping poor kids safe? >> i think what you are seeing is shiny object over here, come look at this. we are not going to go down there because if we don't go down there and see it with our own eyes we can deny it's actually happening. the fact of the matter is you are having a lot more media attention because republicans are going down there. they're showing you and exposing it. showing you the transparency of what is happening at the border. the thousands and thousands of people who are illegally crossing every single day. the cost and the impacts that that's happening, the miles of border that's left unright now that drug cartels and drug smugglers, human smugglers understand and are completely manipulating and that's what we are seeing. is cartels and gang members are being empowered at the expense
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of americans right now. and by them not calling it a crisis doesn't mean that the rest of the country doesn't recognize that it is a crisis. todd: finally 17 senators, in congress sending a letter to biden asking expand medicare. what biden currently has in place i will do quick math a little bit less than a trillion if you add up all that stuff. apparently not enough for folks like bernie sanders. is there any evidence in sight that this kind of spending on the backs of our kids and grand kids and future generations is coming to an end any time soon. >> no. i don't see it. this is why we are fighting so hard to make sure that we are taking back the house in 2022 because we have all these programs that we are seeing from democrats that are doing nothing more than expanding control of the government over your lives. expanding bloated government programs. but they have got no way to pay for it. i mean, trillions and trillions of dollars that we're adding on at a time when we are just getting out of a massive
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pandemic. we have no way of being able to pay for it but they sound good. instead of looking at pragmatic solutions with what exactly you see that the republicans are doing. and it's -- no, i do not see this is ending any time soon. we will continue to fight. we will continue to try to expose. but as long as you have got democrats in power that the only thing they want to do is expand control over your lives, we will see more of this cost. we will see more of this bloated government programs and less quality of care. jillian: congresswoman beth van duyne, thank you very much for joining us, we appreciate your time. >> thank you. jillian: we continue to follow this fox news alert. in minutes the nypd is expected to give an update after an officer was hit and killed on the highway overnight. it happened while the officer was investigating a crash in queens. the officer later died at the hospital. one woman is in custody. we will continue to monitor the story and bring you updates on the fox news channel as soon as we get them and of course if we get new information "fox & friends" will have that as well.
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todd: underscoring the dangers that our brave men and women who defend us experience every single day. obviously we do a lot of stories involving cops these days we can't forget stories like this. jillian: absolutely. thanks for joining us this morning. we will see you back here tomorrow. todd: "fox & friends" starts right now. bye-bye, everybody. >> john kerry now under fire for leaking israeli military secrets to iran. >> there's a history of john kerry thinking that he can use the john kerry charm on enemies of the united states. >> vice president harris says that she has not gone to the border yet because covid issues. what is she referring to? >> well, i would certainly have to ask her team about that. her focus is not on the border. it's on the root causes. todd: 2020 census shows democratic leaning states lost house seats and republican leaning states have gained them. >> are direct results of policies supporting freedom weather whether that's government economic deregulation. >> expecting new guidelines soon on the wearing of masks outdoors. >> we needed this about a year and two months ago.


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