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why are they a r. they uncomfortable this marxist regime? >> if we continue this, just imagine what can you do. >> going to score here to keep alive. and he does it. easily champion's europe. are ♪ i'm back ♪ back in the new york groove ♪ back ♪ groove. steve: i am back in the new york groove after taking a little time off. ainsley: how was it? steve: it was great. it was down in celebrating the 4th of july, can had a couple days off, then we got my oldest daughter mary married off. [cheers and applause] steve: three children off
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married off in the last calendar year. brian: that's impossible. is that a record? steve: could be. how crazy is that. ainsley: how was it? tell us about it. steve: it was lovely, down in palm beach, it was saturday night. and it all worked out. >> the weather held. it was beautiful. i'm going to have some pictures tomorrow. ainsley: did you still have to have a small amount of people there? steve: we had planned for the small because they had still had restrictions i think you can have as many people now in florida as you want and there was dancing. brian: were you able to go out after the wedding and party? it was over early you wanted to party? steve: tended about 10:00 and is the case for younger people, they do go to bars. ainsley: they do. steve: i do not. brian: do you know what's interested you said we married off. this isn't an arranged marriage. she has made her own choice. steve: they are all married off. they're off the payroll. she married a senator. steve: is he from alabama.
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pictures of the happy family. instance ains do you know what happens next. now you have three married now the babies start coming. we will cover it life. steve: one step at a time. oh, man. of. ainsley: congratulations to them. wonderful children. exciting times in the d.c. house. steve: what did i miss? brian: talk about crime and punishment. the number one thing on everybody's mind if you are a republican. if you are talking about crime. it's gotten so bad and the internals must reveal it looks so dire about two and a half weeks ago president biden came out and said i have an idea. let's stop crime by stopping gun dealers and go after the guns. not the shooters, not the criminals. eric adams says i have a better idea. even though i can spend most of my 22 years being very critical of law enforcement, i'm changing my message while trying to be the next mayor from new york city replacing the worst. it's going to be law and order. it's about crime and punishment. i'm going to put that anticrime
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unit back together. i'm going to put my own money up to go against would be assailants after he witnessed -- we all witnessed some horrific shootings in new york. reward for anybody who could provide the i.d. even last night he tweeted out something in support of a 13-year-old who was shot in the bronx caught in the crossfire. his message so strong he actually won the nomination on the democratic side as a democrat sounding like republican. steve: sounds like is he going to wind up being the next mayor of new york city because democrats outnumber republicans in new york city. '. ainsley: 7 to 1. can be a 13-year-old child shot and killed. steve: standing outside of a cafe 3:15 in the afternoon. ainsley: 19-year-old also shot in queens here in new york. eric adams says we are focusing on banning assault weapons. we need to be focused on illegal handguns. he said that's the problem. listen to this. >> in terms of law, in terms of
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state or story national gun laws, do you think the priorities of national democrats may have been misplaced? >> yes, i do. i believe those priorities they really were misplaced. it's almost insulting what we have witnessed over the last few years. many of our presidents, they saw these numbers. they knew that the inner cities, particularly black, brown and poor people live, they know -- they knew they were dealing with this real crises. and it took this president to state that it is time for us to stop ignoring what is hang in the south side of chicagos, in the brownsvilles, in the atlantaing. of our countries. if we don't start having real federal legislation, matched with states and cities, we're never going to get this crisis under control. steve: what's interesting about what eric adams has to say is the fact that he is going to sit down with joe biden later today at the white house. because joe biden needs to talk about this crime waive so he is
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calling him in he is going to be sitting in the oval room eric garland the attorney general. also it sounds as if in attendance will be the mayor of d.c. san jose. the chief of police for memphis and also of dallas as well. joe biden's plan is to invest and, remember this is voluntary because this is the federal level. you can't really tell cities and states what to do. is to invest. so coronavirus money. take some of that money and use it for community policing and summer jobs for kids. because, if kids have a summer job working in a swimming pool, then they are not going to take out a saturday night special and kill some kid on the street at 3:00 in the afternoon. brian: i know a lot of gang members will get up in the morning and fill out an application if they don't get the job though will go back to the gang. that will be perfect. heart of the problem. eric adams' message a lot different. i don't think they will possibly adopt it you will lose half of
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the democratic party. they want to get rid of the police not actually defund it so radioactive. they think police are the problem. if you go ahead and start passing some eric adams what he has been saying anyway, you are going to lose the squad and everybody else. ainsley: defund something not popular if you look at the polls. majority of americans want more police out on the streets. lawrence jones had an opportunity. he spoke at cpac and did a great job 4:30 on saturday and had a panel on the stage and before president trump spoke at cpac, he sat down with trump to ask him about the crime, the increased i have lens that's going on in our country. listen to this. >> 2020, this is from the fbi. murders are up 24%. almost 25%. what would you do to address the skyrocketing crime that's going on? >> chicago, take a look at the numbers. they had 260 people shot on fourth of july weekend. new york, through the roof. no more cash bail.
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no more -- all they do is go after republicans. take a look los angeles what's going on with los angeles with the crime and oakland and baltimore. what you have do is give the police back their authority. steve: so, you know, as eric adams said at the federal level, their priorities are misguided because they are focusing too much on assault weapons focus on the handguns used on crimes all the time, all across the country. that's part of the country. democrats have to decide dewe want to go ahead and continue to push for assault well weapon ban or reduce crime killing people each and every day day. ainsley: ignoring the violence, black, brown and par. thrown up our hands saying nothing to do about it. they are wrong i'm going to show them. brian: look through the boroughs, national story, look in new york the rich areas are doing good. >> we have few high numbers in
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terms of murders in the well-to-do areas in no. it's the working class areas where people want to go about their lives and they can't go to parks anymore. that's what he's addressing, he is addressing black-on-black crime in a way i have not seen. al sharpton said something a few days ago about black and brown crime. do you think it's racist african-americans don't want crime to go down in the cities coming are always the problem. i couldn't believe what i was hearing. i played it back twice. steve: we're going to play back for you lawrence jones' interview with donald trump. it's coming up 20 minutes right now right here on the channel you are watching on this monday morning. ainsley: it's 6:09 on the east coast. come up, thousands of cubans are marching against protests against the communist regime. the white house wants to make you think they are protesting because of covid. the backlash the administration is facing after the break ♪ sing a song
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ing. ashley: we are back with headlines. a manhunt underway in georgia extremely dangerous suspect accused at shooting at officers. jonathan flowers fired multiple shots at police. being searched police dogs and helicopters. >> flowers was already wanted in two other counties. to say a fox news alert. as the beck worth complex fire grows destroys 20 homes on sunday. largest fire of the year raining
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near the border with nevada. >> the plains building just 8% contained. grandview wildfire faces evacuation in central oregon. the plays the drug company is looking for federal approval of third dose of the pfizer vaccine. this after data shows effectiveness drops after six months. pfizer suggests antibody levels can jump 10 fold after a third dose. england fails to bring soccer home against italy in the european cup panel if after scoring in the second minute. england snap back and let its equalize and take momentum into penalties. >> score here to keep england alive. he doesn't and italy are
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champions of europe. >> the italians won the shootout 3-2 for first title since 1968. among the thousands of heart broken brits was 7-year-old prince george he was he is stack particular for england's open goal in the end needed to be consoled by william and kate. those are your headlines. >> his little suit. >> he has such a sad look on his face. brian: he cares big sports fan. >> he was probably the only 7-year-old in a suit. are. steve: also probably the only 7-year-old prince there. ashley, thank you. let's talk a little bit about what is happening over the weekend about 90 miles to the east of florida and that is something that you never see in cuba, it's astonishing for a country that never limits dissent to see thousands of cubans took to the street protesting food shortages and high prices chanting freedom and enough. one woman was shouting the
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people are dying of hunger because cuba is in the midst of the worst imhik crisis in decades and they have got a surge in coronavirus at the same time, which flies in the face of what are they always say about cuba? we might be a socialist country but we have really good healthcare. do you know what? you don't. and the coronavirus is surging there. and it is it proof. ainsley: they are calling for the president to step down now and the mayor of miami, she was out there protesting, they had protests also in miami in support of all of these individuals. she tweeted this out. i mean, he did. i'm sorry. i have never felt such raw emotion from the people of miami desperate for intervention by the government and by themselves on behalf of cuba. this is the moment for freedom in cuba. it cannot wait any longer. brian: yeah, also marco rubio was tweeting out all weekends, too julie chung the state department acting assistant secretary said this a little gointing peaceful protest iraqi security forces growing in cuba as the cuban people exercise
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their right to freedom of assembly and concern about rising covid cases, deaths, medicine shortages. we commend the efforts of cuban people to mean bliz donations help neighbors in need. not a mention of communism and sketches freedom for generations. ainsley: they don't want us to say that's what socialism looks like and coming here. they want to say it's because of covid. steve: that could be what the state department says. >> dan crenshaw republican in texas he knows he is using common sense and said this via twitter. they are chanting will liberty. support the cuban people. my god, why is that so hard for you? marco rubio also, as brian said, was on twitter, and, in fact, he not only tweeted, he tweeted video. listen to this. >> it's now been over 12 hours since over 32 cities in cuba brave people have taken to the streets to protest against
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communist marxist evil tyranny so far not a word. not a word. not a statement from joe biden, from the vice president, from the white house. not a word. why are they so uncomfortable coming forward and just condemning this evil socialist, marxist regime? it's been 62 years while these people have been out there suffering and then i see this tweet here from the state department. got a socialist regime that says to people enough to freedom, you have no independence. you have no ability to speak freely but you have a really good healthcare system. they don't. of course covid has a role to play. this began well before covid. these people are frustrated. they want to live in a normal country. why can't the state department. why can't the white house just say it clearly this is about freedom. say it. brian: because this is the about the castros they recognize the castro regime even though one is dead and one is retired and be dead soon hopefully. they don't seem to even want to touch this policy. trump got out of that let's just forget they are communist and let's be friends policy. keep in mind, as marco rubio
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tweeted out expecting the internet to go down. expect the crackdown to start it would be good to know there could be ramifications if they did this. plus, china's presence is there as well ass russian presence is there cuba is all over venezuela and they are propping up that government this could be a chance to really pull out of a plantar's wart in the caribbean. ainsley: bernie sanders is getting slammed for staying silent on this. remember last year when anderson cooper was interviewing him he praised fidel castro the dictator saying he educated our kids gavenned and gave them healthcare and transformed the politic race program. steve: on twitter there is a clip where protesters overturn a police car in another video who shows looting from a government run store which sells wildly overpriced items and concern sis most people on the streets of cuba do not have. meanwhile, the "new york times" yesterday tweeted this out regarding what the protesters were shouting.
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shouting freedom and other antigovernment slogans. so freedom is an anti government slogan? hundreds of cubans took to the street on sunday to protest food and medicine shortages in remarkable eruption discontent not seen in 30 years. some have suggested they haven't seen protests like this since castro came to power in 195. 19. the current president of cuba blames it on coronavirus like the state department but also social media. he says if the pandemic breaks had not existed all over the world the cuban american mafia well on social networks and youtubes created a whole campaign and called for demonstrations across the country. blame that darn twitter. people on the streets of havana because of that darn twitter. brian: tim kennedy ufc fighter, you showed your hand here please expand on how shouting freedom
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is antigovernment slogan. so true. keep in mind, too mayor francis suarez father and grandfather are from cuba. i did a feature on little havana. they are ready go back tonight. they go back and think they will get their stuff back as much as they are a force in american politics and a great immigrant success story, they never have cuba out of their mind. ainsley: they want to go back to cuba? brian: they were a bustling thriving. many of them had history of success in their family. and they were forced to our shores with absolutely nothing. had to work their way up in american societies. ainsley: hear how they started a business from scratch and the government comes in and takes it away from them. brian: i'm starting to think communism is bad. steve: stay in florida. just saying. brian: coming up, former president trump teases another run for the white house. so can we expect him back on the campaign trail? lawrence jones asked that question in his one-on-one interview with former president
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. ashley: 90 people declared dead collapsed florida condo surfside. latest victims include three small children. 31 people are still missing. complete-up at the site is going faster than expected and could be done in a matter of weeks. meanwhile, miami-dade fire rescue holding a water salute send off for the group that helped with the search. president biden spending officials to haiti after president was assassinated the team includes members of the national security council and departments of state justice and homeland security. it comes as police accuse a haitian born florida doctor of being a key figure behind the assassination. pentagon officials deeply concerned as the taliban gains ground in afghanistan. u.s. believes afghans can defend themselves amid troop withdrawal. >> that they know how to defend their country. this is a time for them to step up and to do
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exactly that. >> the final british troops withdrew over the weekend. fc fighter conor mcgregor says he will come back better than ever. after a successful regular surgery overnight. the fighter was injured during a loss to dustin core yea on saturday in vegas. he suffered two fractures after the procedure he quoted surgery tremendous, six weeks on crutches and we will build back. if you saw that break pretty marchly. steve: it was awful. ashley: back to you guys. steve: remind me not to do ufc fight. thank you, ashley. coming up 6:30 here in the east. former president trump yesterday in texas, highlighting his message from the g.o.p. as he took to the stage at cpac. watch. >> our party and our movement all united sigh the same shared american values and by
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unyielding resolve to defend our beloved nation. we believe in our constitution and in law and order. and, above all, we live by the words of our national motto: in god we trust. these are the convictions that define our omovement today and must define the republican party. ainsley: donald trump also won the cpac straw poll with 70% of the attendees supporting him for the 2024 nomination. brian: pretty significant because he had 55% last cpac convince. before that, the bigger story he sat down with vice president reporter lawrence jones. he joins us now. hey, lawrence, how was it? >> good morning, guys. as you know, when the president hit the stage, he had this message of i told you so. that message of feeling a little bit of vindication comparing himself to joe biden on the campaign trail. and he feels like some of the stuff that he warned america
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about is coming to pass. now, before he hits that stage, i had the opportunity to talk with the president. he was very jovial, had a lot to say. let's take a look. >> mr. president, thank you so much for agreeing to the interview. >> thank you. lawrence: let's start with crime. these are the numbers right now. 2020. this is from the fbi. murders are up 24%, almost 25%. what would you do to address the skyrocketing crime that's going on? many of these crimes happen in local communities. >> yep. lawrence: what is the agenda on that issue specifically? >> so as i have heard you say all democrat states, if you look at, as an example, chicago, illinois is very bad. but chicago, take a look at the numbers. it's -- they had 260 people shot on fourth of july weekend. new york, through the roof. no more cash bail. no more anything. all they do is go after republicans. take a look at los angeles what
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is going on in los angeles with the crime. and oakland and baltimore. what you have to do is have to give the police back their authority. some people say that's a terrible thing. what's terrible is in chicago, you have 200, think of it. 260 people were shot last -- 260 people people. in afghanistan, you don't have 260 people shot. in fact, by the way in the last year in afghanistan we didn't lose one soldier. and i started to move out. i don't like what's happening the way biden is doing it either. >> i will talk to you about that. >> i would love to talk to you about it because it's not good. we didn't have a person shot. we didn't have one soldier killed in afghanistan for over a year. and you have 260 with many dying in chicago. and new york is through the roof. the crimes, the shooting. what's going on in new york. new york is totally out of control. you have to give the police back their authority. lawrence: so, mr. president, i want to dig deeper. >> you know the police can stop this. lawrence: they can stop this. >> the police are afraid they
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will lose everything if they go after somebody because some bad acts were done. because of those bad acts. they have destroyed these police forces. lawrence: it's been happening for years even before defund the police. >> that's right. lawrence: it's only made it worse. you allude to liberal cities. follow up by saying where are the republicans taking those seats back? why isn't there any republicans in these local community? they are begging for help. is there opportunity? >> they have been democrat for 100 years. you look at new york and chicago and some of these cities, they have been democrat-run and badly run for 100 years. i mean, it's the way it is. the republicans fight in baltimore we had great young representative who was fantastic. african-american woman. she didn't make it didn't quite make it but she is fantastic. it's almost like a habit you put a democrat in. lawrence: you won some democrat states, democrat cities. >> i did. lawrence: because you went in
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there and did the work. >> correct. lawrence: what were you able to do they're not able to do. >> we did very well with the hispanic and african-american vote. records, we did records with these votes. i was able to convince them that what they have been doing in the past was wrong. i got criminal justice reform approve. that was a big thing, lawrence. obama couldn't get it done. i'm not sure he tried that hard frankly. he couldn't get it done. we got criminal justice reform done. that broke the ice to a certain extent. and we were able to get tremendous votes. also, the minority, every minority group, they want law and order. they want police. they don't want to be accosted. they don't want to be shot. and that's what's happening. and we can't let it happen. lawrence: will let me get your comments on culture there is a lot going on in the culture. you were a culture warrior. >> i am. lawrence: a lot of things happening in the schools. we saw it in the colleges. we saw it on the university campuses. these are some of those private schools. now making it from the high schools to elementary school.
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what is the conservative response to this anti-american sentiment, not teaching all of history. what could you say? >> it's the exact opposite it's called 1776. it's the exact opposite. we love our flag and country. we salute our country. we love our country and we honor our flag. and we honor our heroes. we honor george washington. they're taking george washington's name off of schools in san francisco and different parts of the country. what's going on? it's crazy. abraham lincoln. they want to take his name off three schools on the west coast. and i say what are these people thinking? it's almost become, in my opinion, a sickness. there is something wrong. lawrence: you think it's out of control. let's talk about the economy. it's fair to say the stock market is booming. the economy is booming. what i see and talk to businesses on the street. they say that they're competing with government. that there is paychecks being out there. and they cannot keep up. they can't continue to increase
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their wages. what is your message to the small businesses that are out there? because they feel forgotten right now. >> so the stock market is doing well, but that's also habit a little bit that can change very quickly because, inflation, is going to become terrible. when i left it was 1.87 a gallon for gasoline now it's 3.50 and going to go much, much higher. we were energy independent. another month or so at this rate we will not be energy independent. we are going to need russia, saudi arabia, the middle east, we are going to need all of this. lumber prices are through the roof. all the prices, meat prices, food prices. if you have inflation, we saw during jimmy carter's reign, jimmy carter had inflation. crime rate went to 22%. the economy crashed. they are going to have to be very careful. the economy is very fragile. you will have tremendous inflation. and if you have inflation, only bad things can happen.
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ainsley: lawrence? lawrence: so, guys, the main thing that i wanted to get from the president is the agenda. as a matter of fact, i refused to ask him if he was going to run for president. i said mr. president, you are back on the campaign trail, you are highlighting -- you are headlining the biggest convention for conservatives. you are pretty much going to run, so outline the agenda for the american people and that's why you saw him go point by point. steve: lawrence, what was the event in texas? because, you know, their annual 2021 convention for cpac was in february in orlando. so you what are they doing in texas this week? >> yeah, so, when the pandemic hit, they were not allowed to have cpac at the national harbor. they have had it there for years. they went to florida. it was so successful that they decided to do another you been in texas which is god's country. steve: you are from texas. lawrence: that's exactly right, sir. i think cpac is on to something
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here. a lot of the supporters didn't even want it in washington to begin with i think they want to be out and about with their supporters all across the country. steve: good enough. sure sounded like he was running yesterday. ainsley: he did. he told sean hannity last week he says he has made a decision but he wouldn't tell sean what the decision was yet. he said he would consider ron desantis as his vice president if he does run for president. brian: lawrence, looks like he has lost weight. lawrence: he has. and he is very happy. before he left, after the interview, had a politic more of a back and forth he said you are a little tough on me. i go i says mr. president, can i break the news that you are going to run? and he goes -- he almost said yes. and he smirked and he goes i think you will be very happy. he's leaves the conference room. brian: he assumes you think you want him to run?
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lawrence: exactly. steve: all right. ainsley: you did great job on saturday too, lawrence. lawrence: thank you, my friend. we talked about crime. talked about the solution for the country. you know, sean hannity always says this is our american family. we cannot just let our cities be out there shooting one another and do nothing about that. steve: indeed. lawrence jones reporting from god's country, where he is from, down in texas. is he in the heart of it lawrence, thank you very much. can you see more of lawrence's coverage from cpac as well as president trump's full speech at fox nation.com. if you don't have it yet, sign up at fox nation.com and get a free 30 day trial with the code cpac. there you go. ainsley: or if you are military you get free a year free. steve stove excellent. ainsley: companies that donate to conservative lawmakers now have a target on their back. this as a growing labor shortage could allow drug makers to skip their drug test.
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>> well, the lincoln project, to me, is just a mitigated joke. i'm really surprised it's still around and people would donate money to them. that being said, listen, they continue to stir the pot. they continue to fan the flames of hatred and anger. you know, they continue to seize on anything that can separate this country. it's not a positive pro-american organization looking forward. and, it bothers me a lot. because i think that's where we all need to be. we can find anything that we want to say hey, this is an issue. they are a bunch of spoiled people got kicked out of leadership in the republican party. most of them never had any true influence except among the intelligence parts of the people. so, you know, listen, grassroots america, grass root republican party, they have made their decision on which direction they want to go. that being said, you know, this highlights something really interesting, right? just the idea that this much corporate money would be involved in politics in the first place should pique
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everyone's interest. what kind toyota be willing to buy. toyota has to be careful. they a sponsor of the beijing winter olympics in 2022. what some are already calling the genocide games. this is a very slippery slope that companies need to be aware of. we all need to sit back and say what exactly are these companies trying to buy? what kind of influence are they trying to buy in the first place? steve: toyota put out a statement we understand the pac decision to support select members of congress who contested the rule troublesome stake hormsz, we are actively listening to our stakeholders and at this time we decided to stop contributing to those members of congress who contested the certification of certain states in 2020 election. meanwhile, charles, we have been talking you and i and others on this channel about the labor shortage. i was down in florida over the last week and at one restaurant they said, you know what? we had to fire 15-year-old hostesses because we can't get any adults to actually take the jobs. it has gotten so pad a number of
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businesses have stopped doing drug tests because it's scaring people away. a liquor store owner in minneapolis, i believe, by the name of don grabber, he said this. there is a lot of things that are scaring away potential hires and that, the drug test, was one of them. charles. >> well, you know, listen, we just saw high profile athlete lose out on lifetime opportunity to participate pit in the olympics because she admitted she spoked marijuana under the stressful situation. a lot of people are out there smoking weed and other things and a lot of states it's legal some companies it's not. i think companies have been moving in this direction for a long time. it does underscore we have the greatest jobs market ever, ever. coming out of the pandemic. some amazing things are done. we had a v-shaped recovery that began last summer. we also have the greatest job strike. de facto job strike. and i understand there is a lot of folks out there who are pushing, trying to get more. this is the moment they want to
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seize on. it's a delicate balance. i caution some people to be careful. ultimately, not to turn out all of these jobs, because they won't be around forever. one day you will go n a robot has the job that you decided you would turn down for $17 an hour. but, be that as it may, we are in a difficult situation and this is one area where people are saying hey, if it's something like marijuana for sure we will look the other way, we need people desperately. particularly small businesses which are getting absolutely annihilated in this environment. steve: i know next wednesday you are hosting a town hall helping vets transition to the workforce. it's proud american. it's july 21st at 2:00 in the afternoon. and you're going to take questions from vets looking for jobs trying to figure out how to get back to work. right? >> looking for jobs. looking for housing. looking to invest in the stock market. lag to just really get involved in the system. listen, i was in the military. my father was a 20-year career man. he fought in vietnam. and it's a tough transition.
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it's a different set-up obviously. the rigors of the military can apply to business. businesses have to understand. these are amazing assets. also the folks out there, these vets who are struggling, they need more help and guidance and i hope we can provide it next week. steve: all right. that's on wednesday. if you are a veteran watching now with a question. email us at invested in you at fox.com. charles, thank you very much. >> thanks a lot. steve: watch you on "making money" at 2:00 this afternoon. it's a dozen minutes before the hour. let's check in with janice dean where the son is out after it rained all night. janice: rain in the forecast for much of today and into tomorrow in the northeast. take look at it. temperatures in the 70 here. it's humid pause we have all of that kind of sticky air hanging around the northeast. we also have the potential for showers and thunderstorms along the gulf coast and florida. there you can see the past 24 hours. the heavy rain has shifted
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towards the north across new england. we still have flood advisories in effect for the great lakes down through new york city up towards manchester so that's going to be an ongoings concern. and the potential for showers, thunderstorms, perhaps even some severe weather. the other big story, of course, is the heat across the west. it is relentless, not only hot temperatures but the risk for wildfire danger as well. all right, steve, keep an eye on it back to you. steve: all right, j.d., thank you very much. something that happened out west yesterday the billionaire space race. richard branson made history on board the virgin galactic rocket. how the mission paves the way for further space exploration. maybe the moon. that's next ♪ ♪ see what spring is like ♪ on jupiter and mars ♪ in other words, ♪ hold my hand ♪ hi, i'm debra. i'm from colorado. i've been married to my high school sweetheart
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♪ ♪ steve: all right the billionaire, richard branson, successfully completed a test flight to outer space yesterday, 53 miles above the globe aboard his virgin galactic unit 22 craft. ainsley: after landing safely back on the ground the
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thrill-seeking billionaire hopes to usher in new for all. brian: rocket ranch podcast host, darryl nell joins us now. darryl, you have seen so much your entire life from reporting on it to having it in your family, nasa, what was significant about yesterday from nasa's point of view? >> well, first of all, it was amazing just to watch. i was off yesterday. i watched the livestream. for the agency nasa, we just want to congratulate sir richard branson and his entire team at virgin galactic for the successful flight of their space plane. it was exciting to watch. one of the images that stuck with me is them floating around in that space plane, their faces pressed up to the window looking back at the big blue marble. it was wonderful. and we really cop graduate late them on such a successful flight. steve: sure. ainsley: darryl, he beat jeff bezos by nine days?
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how significant is this? he is the first person to blast off in his own spaceship? >> i was watching the livestream. he played that part down. but he is the first, right, the first of the billionaires to go up in space. and that's kind of neat. for us, you know, we had a little bit of science on board that plane. that billionaire was floating around, yes. let me show you a picture here. this is the inside of their space plane provided to us by virgin galactic. you see richard branson floating around having a great time in the background is a woman holding a tube. that is a kennedy space center fixation tube. inside that tube was an experiment funded by nasa two university of florida researchers to test the effect of going into microgravity real quick and coming out of it on plant. this will help us understand more about how humans going to space and come back out and allowing it to make it better for humans and astronauts. had a tight connection there. steve: exit question, this is
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financed for, you know, by private industry. not the federal government. although, you know, you guys do coordinate stuff. that's a step in the right direction, isn't it. >> it absolutely is, brian. look, nasa's commercial crew program is all about developing a space economy and low earth orbit. this is space tourism which is fantastic. that's a leg of it. but we are also broadly looking at increasing the economy in space for research, education for commercialization, development, research and development of new technologies. so we definitely help fund the technology and the companies that help put these space capsules into space and space was so need neat so see yesterday. ainsley: thank you for being on with us. matt day monday set to play trump supporting oil field worker coming up. ♪
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play a part in this. steve: labor short tang gotten so bad a number of businesses have stopped doing drug tests. >> this is one area where people are saying hey, we will look the other way. we need people desperately. [cheers] >> they have done it major title number 20. [cheers and applause] ♪ come on baby ♪ let me take you on a night ride ♪ ticktock ♪ knocking on midnight. ainsley: look at that issue '. beautiful. sun coming up in port canaveral, florida. one of the busiest ports. steve: our family took a cruise out of there back when they used to run the big red boat we took off from there we floated away on some other ship, too. ainsley: lots of fun. steve: it was, indeed. brian: meanwhile, talk a lot about florida. in fact, stunning news. you thought it would have happened maybe 40 years ago,
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maybe 50. but it's happening now. there is up rest in the streets of cuba. and it came out because, okay, we know the coronavirus is an issue. we know -- we know that economically it put the whole world on its back. but, people of cuba want their freedom and they finally feel bold enough to protest in the streets streets in this -- in front of this brutal regime. ainsley: chanting freedom calling for the president to step down. they have a surgeon in coronavirus cases. shortage of just basic goods. things that we all might take for granted they can't get in their country. steve: like food. they need food. and they are hacked off about it that's why thousands went out in the streets yesterday, you never see this kind of dissent because it's always limited. and it's interesting because the communist did allow the dissent to go on for a couple of hours on twitter there is some video of protesters turning over a police car, looks like the united states. another video people looting from a government-run store and
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here's the thing. we hear about oh the government run store. everybody gets everything they want. the government run store sells wildly overpriced stuff with currencies that most cubans, marching there in the streets of havana, don't own. ainsley: brian, you are friends with the mayor of miami. have you talked to him and interviewed him. and he is -- he has been tweeting about this and he has been speaking out about it here's something he had to say. the regime must end now. it is not negotiable. we ask for an international intervention led by the united states to protect the cuban people from a blood bath. cubans are worthy and ready to rule themselves without tyranny. it can end today and it must end today. the implications of this moment can mean freedom for millions of people in this hemisphere from nic rag began to venezuelans and
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so many more. brian: the question is how do we get involved? do we just sit there and cheer from the sidelines jake sullivan came out and tweeted out the u.s. supports freedom of expression assembly strongly condemn any violence or targeting of peaceful protesters, we obviously have been burned before trying to help out that sense of freedom that existed for generations in cuba. teddy roosevelt fought there obviously and for a while looked as if they were going to have a free and the mob actually ha huge presence there for a while. a free cuba. they were walking with american flags yesterday. we're an inspiration. we should be embracing the inspiration we give them. steve: here is the thing. cuba is 90 miles away from florida. florida is wide open. you want to see, you know, freedom? go to florida. and these people would like to have in cuba what they have got in florida. and that is why the protest yesterday were some of the biggest they have had in that country since 1994. which is when people started
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floating away from cuba on boats. brian: rafts. steve: some have suggested these are the biggest protests since 1959 when the castros came into power. what's interesting, our federal government, rather than saying you know what? they just want freedom, they have got an interesting take on it julie chung the acting state department secretary said peaceful protests, that flies in the face of turning over the police car and the looting, peaceful protests are growing in cuba as the cuban people exercise their right to peaceful assembly to express, here's the good part concern about riding covid cases, the deaths and medicine shortages. we commend the numerous efforts of the cuban people mobilizing donations to help neighbors in need. what they're saying is people are angry about covid which, wait a minute, how many times have you heard that people say, you know, the great thing about socialized medicine, particularly in cuba, is everybody has got great
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healthcare. well, that's not the case down in cuba. and coronavirus cases are surging. ainsley: one lady, one of the protesters said we are going through a really difficult time and we need a change of systems. it's not about covid. it's about the socialist regime. steve: of course. >> ainsley: it's about communism and they can't get food for their families. brian: their cars are he had sells. they haven't modernized anything. huge potential for tourism alone. china has a presence there and the problem russia has a presence there are they going to let this sphere of influence go by the board? dan crenshaw sees opportunity and dismayed about that lack of convicted and direct tweet from the "new york times" and others says no, they are not chanting -- no, they are chanting lib tarred, which means
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liberty. are marco rubio's family is from cuba he says it exactly as it is brave people taken to the streets to march against tyranny no. a word from into the sphrament joe biden statement from the white house. not a word. why are they so uncomfortable coming forward condemning this evil socialist marxist regime. 62 years while these people have been out there suffering. then i see this tweet here from the state department. got a socialist regime that says to people you have no freedom. you have no independence, enough to ability to speak freely but you have a really good healthcare system. they don't. of course covid has a trol play. this began well before covid. these people are frustrated. they want to live in a normal country. why can't the statement department. why can't the white house just say it clearly. this is about freedom. say it. ainsley: well, as you have heard, some of the lawmakers are
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upset. they are speaking out about this. bernie sanders who a year ago praised. steve: the socialist? ainsley: praised fidel castro what he has done for the kids and education and literacy program is he staying silent and makes people upset. steve: we haven't heard from joe biden yet either we have heard from the "new york times." they tweeted this out. shouting freedom and other antigovernment slogan. so freedom is antigovernment slogans. hundreds took to the streets sunday to protest food and medicine shortages. in remarkable ecorruption in discontent not seen in nearly 30 years. so they say that freedom is an anti government slogan but they do not say what the state department did, which is it is key to covid. absolutely not. then another tweet. ainsley: an army ranger, his name is tim kennedy, and he said hey, "new york times," you showed your hand here.
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please expand on how shouting freedom is an an if i government slogan. brian: just a quick thing to add there you real lays if they would find a way to overthrow that regime whether a it would mean for other places? for example, cuba is up to no good through central and south america. especially in venezuela they have lethal and very confident intelligence forces inside venezuela. destabilizing that country and backing that dictator. if we could find a way to get some freedom and democracy in cuba and overthrow the last remnants of communism and the castros, this would have a ripple positive effect for the region. but, just -- they probably will not. ainsley: you don't think so? brian: not going to give up easily and what kind of retribution will there be for a brutal crack down. shut off the internet right away and go house to house and deny them their $10 a week that the government gives them. meanwhile, 9 minutes are a the top of the hour. matt damond does movies and
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doing a new movie called skill water. matt damond is a democrat. extremely liberal. steve: in real life. brian: by the way remarkably talented in my view. he had in playing the role. ainsley: playing a pro-toucher oil rigger. he had to study for this role, spend time in the community with the community and the families. they said they invited him into their homes and it was very eye-opening for him. steve: on friday, he was in france where they did premier the movie or, rather, preview the movie. and, you know, is he getting rave reviews. standing ovation. but, nonetheless, to your point, it was an eye opening experience where he is playing an oil rig worker. is he a father from oklahoma who travels to france to help his daughter who is imprisoned for a murder she did not commit loosely based on amanda knox. in going down and meeting these
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people, he suddenly is around people he has never been around before and he says they are good people. watch. brian: kind of. >> oklahoma is, i think, was the reddest state in the last two elections and you talk to those roughnecks, they are always going to vote, i mean, they are in the oil business. their livelihood depends on that. he is who he is and from where is he from the movie has empathy for him and so do we. they do not apologize for who they're. do you own a gun? i have got two. being invited in their homes and into a backyard barbecue and the guitar comes out and somebody starts singing church songs and it's like a curly very specific place and very different from how he and i grew up. really eye opening for me. steve: goes on to say of his character, there in the oil business, of course, he voted for trump. these guys don't apologize for who they are.
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flies in the face of the fact that mr. damond has been very critical of donald trump in the past. ainsley: well, a lot of we heard deplorables, the smelly walmart shoppers this is real america, middle america. and they are so hollywood. they are used to, you know, million dollars paychecks and being driven around by, you know, in fancy cars. steve: being around people who think exactly like they do. go to oklahoma and meet real americans who live in oklahoma. he did. and, as he said, it was an eye opener. brian: right. somebody not exposed to they probably don't care that ben aflac is dating jlo again. i don't think so,. steve: sedating her again? brian: and jlo. ainsley: yeah. brian: matt damond knows they are friend they did goodwill hunting. ainsley: in public seen kissing. steve: where is a rod where i have been? ainsley: i will tell you about that in the commercial break?
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brian: there will be great if there is respect and understanding on all side. it's shocking that he is shocked. i'm shocked that he is shocked. doesn't he travel? does he only go from new york to los angeles to paris? isn't there a stop in between ever or a layover? steve: i'm from kansas and never saw him in topeka. brian: you haven't? really? i do think that ben affleck, excuse me, matt damond is the cooler guy between him and ben n affeck. ainsley: i bet he went home and said wow, they really know how to raise their families. they are good people. brian: i hope. so. ainsley: they are solid and playing church songs. brian: i hope he doesn't want to do it because he doesn't want to alienate potential movie go errors: he something sincere. steve: he has polar opposite political views. they opened their homes and brought him in and could not have been nicer. brian: actually, this is our home the mezzanine here asked to you stick around and get off the road. ashley: i have not seen matt
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damond in jefferson city, missouri either. steve: that's the show me an ash he has not been there. brian: not yet. ashley: a new york city police officer is shot with a bb gun in brooklyn. the officer is expected to be all right. it is the late nest a string of attacks. three other nyc new york city law enforcement officials have been hit with bbs recently. this as violent rages in the city. a 13-year-old boy and 19-year-old man were bun gunned down in two separate shootings. their deaths part of a violent weekend in the city that s saw 0 people shot in just 24 hours. and a denver hotel maid tips off police potentially foiling in all-star game she fund game full of guns. police arresting four people. police do not believe they're connected to a organization.
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coors set to host the all-star game tomorrow night. efforts to clean up venice beach hitting a snag. homeless who were pushed off the boardwalk have simply moved their tents onto the sand or other nearby places. los angeles city councilman finally ordered a clean up last week after being served recall papers. his plan offers housing and. but does not include punishment for those who refuse to move. and survey real estate veels people attending weddings this year share this sentiment. , i just feel like i'm excited and i feel relaxed and i'm ready to party. ashley: a new survey by wedding wire people planning to attend bachelor and bachelorette ready to party. they are willing to drop serious cash. some up to $1,000 just on the party. the company sites the pandemic
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as a contributing factor. i am not ready to party. [laughter] steve: our family has had three weddings in the last year. and what was interesting is the wedding we had on saturday night for my daughter mary down in florida, you know, technically i don't think you can have dancing so we had some strings. brian: really? steve: technically people are dancing. but the strings were playing a couple of songs and it just got everybody up and the next thing you know there is a congo line because people just want -- we have been locked down during a pandemic and people just want to cut loose. and we cut loose. brian: i will say this. if you are caught in a congo line do they give one fine to everybody in the line or individual tickets have to be given? do you get a ticket at the end? steve: actually in the line with us. brian: that's kind of a relief for me now i say i love to dance but i just don't want to pay the
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ticket. i don't want to get fined. but that's unbelievable. ainsley: what do you say i never met a dance floor that did me any good? brian: yeah. it's good to know you didn't break a law. steve: to your point you think the ymca is dancing? brian: yeah, i do. i only do one letter which that's the key. steve: he is the m. ainsley: so glad wedding are back. brian: now to just meet that special someone. keeping big tech in check lara logan take as dive from the local tech companies and warns your privacy is at risk. she will join us with a sneak peek at the series on fox nation. ♪ ♪
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♪ >> they can use them any way they want [inaudible] >> without your permission? [inaudible] don't realize how valuable are their information actually is. >> unique speak from the new season lara logan has no agenda available on fox nation where lara take as deep dive into data privacy and censorship overreach of big tech. >> new episodes coming out monday through thursday. that's today. lara joins us now. lara, what was the biggest revelation you had? >> you know, brian, that's tough. because there is so much, right? i mean, the depth and petraeus e have given up is staggering. as a mother i was particularly
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shocked and alarmed by how every single piece of information that they have about us, even things like they create a light they connect all the dots and know everything you do. if you are pregnant, they can tell that by the changes in your habits and what you search online. and they can, you know, they can manipulate a child that has anxiety by constantly reinforcing the things that give that child anxiety. and things like 23 and me. these companies that use, you know, your d.n.a. to tell you all about your history. that they are selling that information to people like, you know, insurer,s, medical insurers and all the people that you don't want to have that information are getting it and everything that has a back door. and that the government has literally spying on us in every means possible. and how the phone companies, the tech companies they have sold us out. and there is no such thing as the fourth amendment anymore. all of those things, in fact,
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there is so much, brian, it's difficult to name it all. brian: the first episode which drops today privacy in the digital age how algorithms now shape how we see the world instead with personal communications. so, you go into this, you are supposed to read about it and understand it you don't know exactly where these stories go when you get. in what are algorithms doing? >> the algorithms are basically figuring out how to manipulate you. and, you know, this idea that notifications, for example, you know, look how they interrupt your life. you know, we think oh that's so cool there is a picture i haven't seen. there is somebody i haven't thought about in a long time. actually what these things are doing is dragging you away for what you are trying to do and focus on. and pushing you in the direction that somebody else wants you to go. they are also creating patents so when edward snowden exposed all those programs that nsa was
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using. after that declared illegal by two federal judges that's basically surveillance and spying on you without a warrant. that's exactly what big tech is doing. and they are giving all of that service to the government as well through all these back door programs. what that allows them to do is to map out it's not just about selling you something that you maybe want. maybe don't want. it's about creating an intimate patent of life which they can manipulate you, potentially bribe you and exert pressure on you. basically gives them control over you. and that's the scariest thing of all. we have surrendered the fourth amendment to absolutely control. brian: you will learn something from each and every episode. one at a time. every day you get a different feature all four at once. see how that goes. maybe i will adopt it and have to get your permission, of course, lara, thanks so much. look forward to checking out on fox nation. we can do that now. lara logan, click on her, see it be the first thing you see when
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sunscreen on us, you have the authority to punish [inaudible] medical state, you really have that much power? we're just dehumanizing. ainsley: that's 10-year-old john and his father michael. this he join us now along with fox news medical contributor dr. marc siegel. hey, everyone. >> good morning. ainsley: how do you feel about going to to school and wearing a mask if you are not vaccinated. >> i would be pretty mad because it's like doing all over again. ainsley: what were the problems had you where wearing a mask. >> in general very hard to breathe. then running in track. you want to touch the friend. you have the teacher yelling at you to put it on the second you have it down. and it's claustrophobic and you don't see anyone. ainsley: michael, how do you feel as his dad? >> yeah, i can't believe we are potentially going back to this
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place again. you know, we have been fighting the school board, trying to get them to go mask optional and, you know, they were trying to follow the official guidelines is what they negotiated in the last contract. so, if that's the case, that would put our kids back in masks again when, you know, the department of education here in the state of florida says that these masks don't work. we really need these school boards to stand up and do what's right here. teachers can get vaccinated. if they want to wear a mask, they can wear a mask. we shouldn't be placating the adults at the expense of the children. ainsley: the afc says it's grounded in science and common sense. what do you say? >> first of all, the science shows less than 1% chance of children spreading it from one to the other within school. the science would say that if you are in a high risk group and a teacher that's who should get vaccinated and michael just said that and, listen, a new poll out a survey from harvard and
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politico says that almost everyone agrees that teachers should be getting vaccinated. teachers, not 10-year-olds. where is the school going to look like? let's look at this orwellian picture, right? john goes to school and he turns 12. and suddenly the police are there, are you vaccinated yet? you are 12 now. you are 12. that kind of environment is john is talking about there. it's too much in your face, i do think masks play a role? yes. do i think they should be offered to children? yes. should they be mandated? no. ainsley: dr. siegel, these are just guidelines. it's really up to the school board, the school distribution. the schools? >> well, that's right. that's a really good point, ainsley. that's why i'm happy that the cdc is saying across the board open scooby-doo schools, open schools. i get nervous when the teachers union gets in there and starts talking about children. i'm worried that the recommendations will lead to guidelines becoming mandates in state and local authorities. they look to the cdc and, if the
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cdc recommends masks a local ordnance may mandate it that's what i'm concerned about. ainsley: john, did you ever feel like there was a barrier between he or your teacher he or she didn't goat know you because your face was covered up? >> yes. ainsley: i saw that in my daughter's school too. we had to do dropout outside of the school. you don't get to see what the teachers look like or get to know them like the year before. so glad they are back in school. what's your biggest concern? >> i think dr. siegel hit the nail on the head. these school boards are going to abdicate responsibility and follow the cdc guidance they are not here to coherent the children. they are here to focus on reading, writing and aarithmetic. we parents need to remind ourselves we have constitutional freedoms and rights that come from our creator. not from government, right? we need to do what we need to do and we the people need to
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ainsley: this morning our nation's leaders are getting ready to focus on voting rights. brian: the vice president will hold a listening session on the issue. that's always exciting, ahead of the president laying out his plan. steve: let's have a listening session with mark meredith on the north lawn of the white house and joins us with an update about what the president and vice president are up to today. >> steve, ainsley and brian, good morning to you guys. as republicans in several states enact new security measures for voting, democrats are crying foul. basically accusing the g.o.p. of making it harder for people to vote. as you guys mentioned, later today vice president kamala harris she is going to be holding a listening session in detroit focusing on voting right. the trip comes after harris was mocked online over the weekend for suggesting that many americans live too far from office supply stores in order have access to photo copiers to comply with some of the new voting i.d. laws. the debate over election reform remains a huge topic especially down in georgia where earlier this year the state approved a
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sweeping set of reforms including limits on ballot drop boxes and measures absentee ballot. hearing from florida's congressional leadership this is a very important topic and deafing the state's action. >> i think most anyone can accept the outcome of an election if they know the election was fair and it was done properly. but this past election cycle was not that in georgia. this is about election integrity. >> but this week the voting debate a bit sour for the folks down in georgia business leaders who lost out on the mlb all-star game. moved out of atlanta to the mile high city of denver, colorado because of all of this controversy. now we know that the republican party plans to air as criticizing georgia's two senators democrats over this saying that they are costing taxpayers millions of dollars in revenue because of this decision. and while president biden is focusing on crime today, he will be in philadelphia tomorrow to talk about voting rights. steve, ainsley, and brian, back
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to you. steve: busy day, all right, mark, thank you very much. brian: enjoyed listening to him. ainsley: we were all ears. newt gingrich joins us from the d.c. area. mr. speakers what do you make of the vice president saying, you know, in certain places people can't operate a zox machine. they don't have a xerox machine so they won't be able to vote. >> whole range came out of this african-american leaders who said publicly they are insulted that people like harris think they are too dumb to be able to get an i.d. and they think they are too dumb to know how to go vote accurately and legally. remember, this is a period where the city of new york cast 135,000 blank ballots. steve: right. >> you have a system, the democrats have this model anybody can vote no matter how
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long they are dead as long as they vote democrat. they are for open elections as long as they can steal them. the average american, including by the way almost all democrats, about 85% of the country, believe you should have to have a photo i.d. you should be able to identify who you are. you know, most americans are for everybody who is legal voting. they are for everybody who is legal being counted. but they also understand that machines steal and the machines are desperate to find a few extra votes even if they are people who haven't been around for the last 50 years. so, i think this is a dead loser for the democrats. i think they are trapped into it i have noticed a lot of other democrats other than the president and vice president have opinion getting away from the issue. you have a number of democrats now saying oh, i have always been in favor of being able to identify hot voters are and i think the -- if they want to go down this road as you said, i mean, harris i don't know quite
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how to say this right. harris looks like a fool more than a vice president about half the time and i can't wait for her comments on cuba if she knows where the island even is. so i mean, the fact that she runs around -- by the way, you know and i know, she hasn't been in an office supply store in her life. she has staff. so she wouldn't have any idea where office supply stores are. and i would love to know the last time she xeroxed something personally. brian: right. >> if she even know what is a xerox machine is. brian: congressman jim clyburn no novice said biden should endorse nixing the senate filibuster and when it comes to voting rights, it's a desperate situation. and they are already making maneuvers behind the scene to do it through reconciliation. does he have a chance of advocating for this? can you get around senate rules for this? >> look, maybe i think it would be very hard to get the
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parliamentarian to say that changing the voting rights act is somehow fits the bird rule of big spending. but there is a deeper thing. you are up for re-election in arizona. you know that in arizona by almost 9 to 1 people favor being able to identify who the voter is. 9 to 1. now, if you are the democratic senator from arizona and you are going to try to run rere-election, you want to vote against 9 out of every 10 arizonans. this is one of those moments where they are trapped by their left. they are doing something the country hates. and it's going to come back and bite them in a big wait a minute. ainsley: why do you think so much people are protesting in cuba. hundreds of thousands of people out on the streets there they want their freedom. >> first of all, they want their freedom. second, this last month has been so bad in terms of medicine, food, jobs, that i think finally they are just the morale of this entire culture is breaking down.
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the united states should be actively in favor of freedom for cuba. we should do everything we can to help the cuban people overthrow what is a dictatorship. this is not a duly elected government. this is a take territoryship dating back to 1960. not only the enemy of the united states, it's the. in cuban people. i would hope -- i doubt biden would do it, but i would hope that the united states would actively go out and work on trying to encourage help, provide information, provide food and medicine and a lot of things we could do to help the people who are opposed to the dictatorship. steve: all right. mr. speaker, thank you very much for joining us today. >> thanks. good to be with you. ainsley: tell calista hello. they are so sweet. they gave me gifts for my daughter when she was born some of their children books. check in with senior meteorologist janice dean for weather forecast. hey, janice. janice: we could see showers and
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a lot of humid air in place take a look at it temperatures in the 70s. it feels a little bit warmer than that with the humidity. the past 24 hours. not only the northeast but across the gulf coast. showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. no huge big storms talk about though. big time thunderstorms that could crop up especially during the day today. i have to tell you it is still very warm out west where we have heat warnings. extreme heat warnings in effect. temperatures well above 100 degrees and no relief really in sight over the next couple of days. not only that the potential for wildfire danger as it so dry out here. we will continue to keep you up to date. i'm hoping that the rain holds off until after "fox & friends." brian: you can't hope. you should know, janice. we are the ones that should hope. we know. janice: i'm hopping. steve: thanks j.d. concerns are growing as olympic
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steve: a group of house republicans calling on the u.s. olympic committee to put an end to athletes protesting our flag, two of them had this to say on fox & friends over the weekend. >> it's despicable that any member of the u.s. olympic team would do such a dishonor to themselves and to this nation by disrespecting the flag. the flag means something. our country means something and we paid their way and now is the time to put some consequences, which they have not had. steve: well, our next guest is voicing his support for action against any athlete who do protest the flag. here now is former new england patriots defensive end and first lieutenant in the army's 101st airborne division, jake, good morning to you. >> hey, good morning thanks for having me on. steve: you bet. you know, we would like athletes to be proud to represent the united states. i mean, when you were representing the new england patriots weren't you proud that
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you wore that uniform? >> absolutely. i mean, standing side by side my teammates before a game watching that flag flied as the anthem played it's just such a great american scene and when you look at the flag, you have to think about the generations of warrior s who have fought and died for this country and as athletes those servicemen, they fought so that we could have the opportunity to play a game that we love, and so if you're going to be on the u.s. olympic team, the last you could do is stand there, respect actually, as the anthem is played so if you can't do that then you shouldn't be a part of the time. steve: and in fact, rule 50 of the olympic charter says no kind of demonstration or political religious or racial propaganda is permitted in any olympic site , venues or other areas. are you worried about what's going to happen at the olympics? >> i am. i'm very concerned. i share the concerns of those congressmen and look, sports is such a cherished
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institution in this country, because look people of all races , backgrounds, creeds, stand together, in support of a common goal that's what sports represent that's what this country represents and i wish our athletes could remember that. steve: all right something you want the folks in your home state to remember is the fact that you have announced that you want to be a senator from the great state of arkansas. currently you're a republican but currently there's a republican with that job, senator boosman. why do you want to replace john boosman? >> well i'm running because washington is failing america. part of the problem is the radical socialist leadership of the democrats in washington under joe biden, chuck schumer, nancy pelosi, and the squad, but also part of the problem are the career politicians and the republican party who simply refuse to stand up and fight for what's right. i'm not a career politician. okay? i'm an outsider. i'm a conserve derivative, a veteran and i'll stand up for the conservative values that
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our millions of americans truly care about and you could join our team at jakebequette.com. let's get in the fight. steve: this is essentially the super bowl of politic, you've already got a super bowl ring, i bet you're wearing it and you'd like now to go to washington d.c. >> yeah, the people of arkansas and millions of conservative americans, they feel they're not being vigorously represented and i'm going to do that. look i'm not a career politician , i'm an outsider and someone who speaks the conservative language, speaks the language of the common and i come from their world, not from politics and i'm going to stand up and fight for the conservative values that we care about. steve: jake buquette, running for senate from arkansas. thank you very much. what about donald trump? is he running for president? we'll try to answer it. limu, you're an animal!
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>> that is a crazy absurd statement. >> [chanting] >> what would you do to address the skyrocketing crime that's going on? >> you have to give the police back their authority. >> he's going to score here. and he does it! our champions of europe. >> ♪ brian: all right you're looking at dallas, texas, where a lot of italians moved who must have been celebrating yesterday, because italy wins the european championship to beat england in penalty kicks who you should never end a game in penalty kicks. you don't end a basketball championship in free throws, you should never do that but it's a different story. i think it's important to point out something else about dallas. ainsley: cpac? brian: american airlines goes through and united airlines also touches down and they seem to be
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the first un line to let you fly starting in september without a mask. ainsley: without a mask. brian: that's who we need a maskless flight. steve: the ceo of united said yesterday that he thinks that they will release, you know, get rid of that restriction in september, with the cdc but they still have to wait for the cdc to say it. let's backup the truck a minute. brian: what? steve: you said that -- brian: italians live in dallas. steve: a lot of italians moved to dallas. brian: yes if you're italian tweet us. ainsley: [laughter] steve: she's mainly swedish. or irish. ainsley: cpac was there this weekend and your daughter got married welcome back. steve: she did. thank you very much i'll have some pictures tomorrow. brian: wow, you dropped them off at kodak and they are being developed? steve: they are right in the public parking lot. ainsley: how was it tell us about it? steve: it was great.
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down in palm beach county and we got to meet the families, it was complicated because the entire engagement was during the pandemic and so three children, all three of the doocy children married during the pandemic. brian: you know what that means , time to have more kids. ainsley: or grandkids maybe they will start with the grandkids. brian: oh, i didn't know. steve: they got married 48 hours ago. one step at a time. brian: all right, meanwhile -- ainsley: we wish them all the best. brian: unrelated though, also in florida, there was a lot of interest in who could blame because there is a huge cuban community in florida especially miami, little havana specifically, who are looking at what's happening 90 miles off their shore and that is radical unrest in the streets of cuba. why? communism sucks. they hated it for the longest time but now people are starving more than ever. the covid virus plays a role, absolutely. castro, hopefully on death's door, they are standing up
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having the courage to go out in streets even though there are guys in jeeps with machine guns on the back telling them to get indoors. ainsley: they are chanting " freedom" calling for the president to step down, and cuban leader, people who are in america that have come from cuba, their families came from cuba, they understand what that regime is like, and they can't get food, they can't get medicines, if they have covid, and one guy, the mayor of miami, francis juarez, brian has interviewed him with the little havana story on fox nation, you can watch it there but p he's speaking out about this and also on our show tomorrow, listen to this. >> the regime must end now. it is not negotiable. we ask for an international intervention led by the united states to protect the cuban people from a blood bath. cubans are worthy and ready to rule themselves without tyranny. it can end today and it must end today.
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the implications of this moment can mean freedom for millions of people in this hemisphere, to venezuelans and so many more. steve: so the people of cuba had been living under this communist regime for , you know, decades, and they are sick and tired of it. they would like freedom, right? the president of cuba right now, fellow by the name of diaz canal , he's blaming social media , he said as if the pandemic outbreaks had not existed over the world, the cuban american maffia paying very well on social networks to influencers and youtube called and created this whole campaign to get people out in the streets okay, we know why the people of cuba are rising up. they don't want to pay an arm and a leg for a loaf of bread or a roll of toilet paper paper and yet, extraordinarily, we have not yet heard from official ly from joe biden or kamala harris about it but we have heard from julie chung, the
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state department acting assistant secretary and she knows exactly why people are up rising. she says via twitter, peaceful protests are growing in cuba as the cuban people exercise their right to peaceful assembly , to express concern about covid. about covid deaths and medicine shortages. we commend the numerous efforts of the cuban people mobilizing donations to help neighbors in need. is it really about covid? no, says dan crenshaw. he was out on twitter, and he said no. they're chanting stop playing cover for communist, and support the cuban people. my god. why is that so hard for you? and then, there was marco rubio whose family is from cuba and he said this. >> its now been over 12 hours since over 32 cities in cuba, brave people, have taken to the streets to protest against communist marxist evil tyranny and so far, not a word.
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not a word, not a statement from joe biden, from the vice president, from the white house, not a word. why are they so uncomfortable coming for forward and condemning this evil socialist marxist regime. its been 62 years while people are out there suffering and then i see a tweet from the state department that says to people, you have no freedom, you have no independence, no ability to speak freely but you have a really good healthcare system. they don't. of course covid has a role to play but this began well before covid. these people are frustrated so why can't the state department, why can't the white house just say it clearly, this is about freedom. say it. ainsley: newt gingrich also was on our show earlier and he weigh ed in. listen to this. >> the united states should be actively in favor of freedom for cuba, and we should do everything we can to help the cuban people overflow what is a dictatorship. this is not a duly-elected government. this is a dictatorship dating
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back to 1960. it is not only the end of the united states, it's the enemy of the cuban people so i would hope, i doubt biden will do it but i would hope that the united states would actively go out and work on trying to encourage, help provide information, provide food and medicine, and a lot of things we could do to help the people who are opposed to the dictatorship. steve: joe biden has to come out today and say he supports. ainsley: yeah, he needs to speak about this , kamala harris needs to talk about it, where is bernie sanders? he's been silent on this. remember he was interviewed last year by anderson cooper and he was talking about the dictator, fidel castro and he said that he's educated the kids. he gave the kids healthcare, totally transformed the society. steve: yeah, and that's bernie sanders keep in mind, bernie sanders is the guy who honeymoon ed in russia. he loves the communists and yet where is he now? brian: a leading voice among democrats how embarrassing if you're a democrat is that, a
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socialist condemning people going into space because other people don't have healthcare. this guy, bernie sanders is a communist who has a lot of power now in the democratic party. good luck with that. i just did a quick thing on this cuba situation. if you're joe biden how do you feel? you recognize the fidel castro regime with barack obama. you said that was one of the great hallmarks of your eight years in the administration. you said okay, we're tired of the blockade. i'm going to go watch them play baseball with fiddle and his renegade brother and now fiddle is dead, his brother's retired and now this is the next generation of brutal communist leaders but he still recognized them, so what does he do now? number two is you noticed what the mayor said, this is for cuba and venezuela, because cuba has infiltrated venezuela and is propping up that madoro, that brutal communist dictator in that country so if you could pull out that government you could actually give the people of venezuela a say in their government. ainsley: and how is venezuela
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doing right now? look at their government. brian: horrible. ainsley: that's what socialism looks like. that's why the white house is saying it's covid. brian: but we left russia and china infiltrate both countries. we sit on on the outside and say the right things but usually don't do anything. they're in there. steve: let's see what the president and the white house say today. meanwhile the cdc has taken a look, coming up, in september, actually august and september, when schools get back into session, they've got new rules regarding, we were just talking about covid, which is causing the uprising obviously in cuba, according to the state department, but now, we've got rules on how teachers and students will be able to go back in for in-person learning and it's not exactly what we thought it was going to be ainsley: these are their guidelines. in-person instruction in the fall is a priority. that's a good thing. masks should be worn by all individuals age 2 and older who are not fully vaccinated. if you want to make brian mad -- brian: nuts!
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ainsley: three feet of physical distance between students in the classroom and implement layered prevention strategies like testing, better ventilation and encouraging hand washing etiquette. brian: you realize there's almost no chance a kid is going to show signs of getting the virus if they do and if the teachers are vaccinated they aren't going to get it and the kids if they do get it they have very few symptoms, the numbers going with the data are off the charts and california, as usual, the worst, and then you have individual cities that are going to be able to make the decision. more and more parents got to say if you can afford it, you got to go the private way. if you can afford it. steve: the thinking is that, you know, not every teacher can be vaccinated for a variety of reasons. brian: very few can't though. steve: if it's one or 2% that's still one or 2%. you don't want those people getting sick and the thinking is if a kid, whose asymptomatic,
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gives it to a teacher, they take it home, infect other people it could cause a problem but the main problem, regarding their social distancing requirement, is the fact that most schools don't have the real estate. they can't social distance the kids by three feet or six feet or whatever. brian: six feet. steve: so that is the deal breaker. ainsley: how do you social distance a five or six-year-old they are all going to play together. steve: well you move the desks apart and say of course stay in your desk. of course that lasts 15 seconds. brian: then there's kids that need special services, special education it's unbelievable because i talk to people who teach in grade schools and it's so taxing on them when they made them do the school stuff and now the restrictions, you should not be having these restrictions in september. they never factor in and no one ever asked anthony fauci but the psychological effect of having something over your face, you stop talking, you don't breathe as well, it stops the social interaction which is
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as valuable as your abc's at that age. they don't factor that. ainsley: there was a fifth grader, he was on our show earlier, but he was on our show back in may as well, because he talked to the school board and he just said please do not make us wear these masks. he's fed up with it. he says the teachers yell at them to put the masks back on. he has a hard time breathing even outside when they are doing sports they have to wear their mask. this is this precious young boy, his name is john and his dad, michael. >> it's very hard to breathe. then you go running in track, you want to catch a breath, you got the teachers yelling you to put it on the second you have it down, and it's claustrophobic. >> we really need these school boards to stand up and do what's right here. teachers can get vaccinated, if they still want to wear a mask they can, but we shouldn't be placating to the adults at the expense of the children. >> everyone agrees that teacher
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s should be getting vaccinated. teachers, not 10-year-olds it's too much in your face. do i think masks play a role? yes. do i think they should be offer ed to children? yes. should they be mandated? no. steve: so the two biggest teachers unions have both endorsed the cdc. brian: they probably wrote it. steve: exactly, as we detailed before, they pretty much took verbatim what the nea and aft had suggested but here is the good news for parents, and that is this is simply a recommendation. it is not a requirement, so various localities, for instance i think it was just last month, in rhode island they said do you know what? enough of the masks and everything else. they're wide open. other states can do exactly the same thing. it's up to the state. it's not up to the federal government. brian: don't be sheep. stand up and push your point of view forward. ainsley: all right let's hand it over to ashley strohmier meyer with headlines. reporter: how are you doing we'll start with this. today, pfizer is going to meet with the country's top health
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after another global outage took down amazon's alexa and prime video services. >> today, we remember our late tony snow who died from colon cancer on this day in 2008. tony was the first host of fox news sunday, heading the show from 1996 to 2003. in 2006-2007 he served was the white house press secretary for president george w. bush and later called him a devoted public servant and a man of character. he was 53 years old. and those are your headlines. ainsley: there he is with dana. steve: and he was a great guy, and thank you very much, ashley, and i think part of his legacy was so many men, young men, like in their 40s and 50s, realized he didn't realize he had colon cancer and went out and got screened and how many people's lives were actually saved by them getting the colonoscopy? a lot of people in this building went out and got them. brian: and he fought very hard through it, kept working through
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it, the best he can and i remember when he left fox news sunday chris came in and he started fox news radio. he be working the phones, clear ing affiliates back in his hometown of cincinnati like listen you'll love this show and we're going to be the first and it's going to be the most important and he never, he's never seemed to have a bad day. everything was the glass was always half full with him. ainsley: i was anchoring fox & friends the morning that he passed away and president bush 41 and barbara called into the show and they said we are just watching your show and we saw that he died, and so they wanted to remember him and they honored him on that morning. i didn't know him personally though, because i came to fox after he left but everyone said wonderful things. steve: terrific. brian: if you could do anything on youtube today i'm sure it's posted, david gregory did an incredible feature with him on another network, i don't know what it was at the time, but because they were going at it a lot in the press room but they respected each other and they went to the doctor and everything with him and talked about what he was going to be focusing on as he was fighting
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for his life. it's worth watching. steve: all right, 2008 hard to believe it was that long ago. ainsley: we remember. 8:17 on the east coast coming up former president trump tackles crime, the economy, the impact of wokeness in america's classrooms and a new interview with our own lawrence jones. steve: plus our vice president is sparking outrage after comments about voting id laws and rural voters. >> there are a whole lot of people especially that live in rural communities there's no kin kos or office max near them. steve: okay. hillbilly author and senate candidate j.d. vance joins us to react, coming up on "fox & friends." >> ♪
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>> agreeing to voter id, one of those compromises that you support? >> i don't think that we should underestimate what that could mean, because in some people's minds that means well, you're going to have to xerox or photocopy your id to spend it into prove who you are who you are. well there are a whole lot of people that live in rural communities there's no kinkos, there's no office max near them. brian: exactly vice president kamala harris facing backlash for a ridiculous argument against voter id laws by claiming rural americans can't photocopy their id. here to react the author of the best selling book, the u.s. senate candidate himself from j.d. vance. j. d., is is that true from
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what you could ascertain that people who live in rural communities don't know how to add toner to their printer? >> [laughter] no, it's not true. you know, brian, we have all kinds of crazy things in small towns in the state of ohio and across the country. we've got electricity, running water. brian: [laughter] >> we even have soap, and it's amazing that the vice president of the united states thinks that people can't make photocopies in rural communities. i mean, it's like she thinks that if you go to a small town in this country, you've got the tractor supply store, the guys with the dualing banjos and there's nothing else there and of course that's ridiculous and anybody who lives in these communities or spent time in them knows that. brian: what's interesting is you know this specifically, because you came from a small town, you go to an ivy league, and most of them came from money they couldn't relate to you in a lot of ways. >> yeah, that's exactly right. i think that kamala harris, like a lot of folks who come from our elite class, they have this stereotype of small town america that it's all backwards, that people don't have the basic
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things that they need, but look if you talk to people, you talk to ohio or just read a poll, you find out that rural americans are actually strongly in favor of voter id, so i think that the kamala harris of the world should leave it to their staffers and actually listen to what their constituent s are saying because those people are saying we actually want voter id, and secure elections and let us figure out how to accomplish that. brian: it's an insult to say people in the inner city don't have id's and people in rural communities can't get a printer. unbelievable. i want to bring something else your name came up on the sunday shows on "meet the press" j.d. vance you're very well known and now a senate candidate and a lot of people say well now you're kind of anti-trump and now you're pro-trump and here is what they said about that. >> winning at all costs, commitment i believe, to get through 2022, and j.d. vance personifies it. you know, when you watch something on tv it hits you
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differently than when you have a personal conversation and i've had personal conversations with j.d. vance, along with mitt romney, and so this is particularly shocking to me. i mean, after you talk specially to somebody about what their values are and how they feel about something and now this is it. >> the j.d. vance you met personally was a different person than the one we're seeing >> without a doubt. brian: how do you feel about that? are you different? have you changed? >> the only thing that i've changed on is that i think that trump deserves did a good job in office and i recognize that the media attacks anybody, whether it's president trump or supporters, for actually acknowledging that some good things happened over the last few years, so no, i'm not interested in playing the media parler game where i beat up on other republicans. i care about the values and ensuring the conservative values find expression in the u.s. senate and frankly the media is attacking me non- stop because they recognize that i'm not part of their team
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and i don't want to be part of their team. you know, brian if folks are interested in helping us out please go to j.d. vance.com because if you look at this race , no person running for the senate in this country is being attacked by the media as i am and i take that as a badge of honor andy it shows they are afraid. brian: absolutely it's a long year but i think you're ready for the fire and you've done it for your whole life and defied the odds. j.d. vance thanks so much. >> thank you. brian: coming up straight ahead , unfiltered host dan bongino will join us live, but first, former president trump sat down with lawrence jones before rallying his base at cpac their discussion, right after the break. >> our movement is the greatest in american history and it has just begun. >> [applause] we've got you taken care of, sgt. houston. thank you. that was fast! one call to usaa got her a tow, her claim paid... ...and even her grandpa's dog tags back.
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ainsley: former president trump taking the stage at cpac and winning the 2024 presidential nomination straw poll with 70% of support from the attendees. steve: but before that, he sat down with fox & friends enterprise reporter lawrence jones for a little chat, and here it is. >> mr. president, thank you so much for agreeing to the interview. >> thank you. >> let's start with crime. these are the numbers right now.
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2020 this is from the fbi. murders are up 24%, almost 25%. what would you do to address the skyrocketing crime that's going on? many of these crimes are happening in local communities, so what is the agenda on that issue specifically? >> so as you say, all democrat states, if you look at, as an example, chicago. illinois is very bad, but chicago, take a look at the numbers. they had 260 people shot on 4th of july weekend. new york, through the roof. no more cash bail. all they do is go after republicans. take a look at los angeles, what's going on in los angeles with the crime, and oakland, and baltimore. what you have to do is you have to give the police back their authority. now, some people will say oh, that's a terrible thing. what's terrible is in chicago, you have 200, think of it, 260
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people were shot, 260 people. in afghanistan you don't have 260 people shot. in fact by the way, in the last year in afghanistan, we didn't lose one soldier and i started to move out and i don't like what's happening the way biden is doing it either and i'd love to talk to you about it because it's not good, but we didn't have a person shot, we didn't have one soldier killed in afghanistan for over a year, and you have 260 with many dying in chicago, and new york is through the roof. the crimes, the shooting, what's going on in new york. new york is totally out of control. you have to give the police back their authority. >> so mr. president i want to dig deeper into -- >> you know the police can stop this. >> they can stop this. >> the police are afraid they lose everything if they go after somebody because some bad acts were done and because of those bad abouts, they've destroyed these police forces. >> its been happening even before defund the police. that's only made it worse, so mr. president, you alluded to what i talk about them being liberal cities but i also follow it up by saying where are the
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republicans taking those seats back? why isn't there any republicans in these local communities? they are begging for help. is there an opportunity there? >> so they're been democrat for 100 years. you look at new york, chicago, some of these cities they've been democrat-run and badly run, for 100 years. it's the way it is. the republicans fight in baltimore we had a great young representative who was fantastic , african american woman. she didn't make it. she didn't quite make it but she's fantastic. it's almost like a habit. you put a democrat and i'll tell you what -- >> you won some democrat state, democrat cities. >> i did. >> because you went in there and did the work. >> correct. >> so what were you able to do that they're not able to do? >> we did very well as you know with the hispanic and african american vote. records, we did records with these votes. i was able to convince them that what they've been doing in the past was wrong. i got criminal justice reform approved.
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you know that was a big thing, lawrence. nobody thought they could do it. obama couldn't get it done i'm not even sure he tried that hard frankly, but he couldn't get it done. we got criminal justice reform done. that broke the ice to a certain extent, and we were able to get tremendous votes. also, the minority, every minority group, they want law and order. they want police. they don't want to be shot, and that's what's happening, and we can't let it happen. >> of course let me get your comments on culture, because there's a lot going on within the culture and you are a culture warrior. >> i am. >> a lot of things happening in the schools we saw it in the colleges. we saw it on the university campuses, even some of the private schools and now it's making it from high school to elementary school. what is the conservative response to this anti-american sentiment not teaching all of history, what do you say to this >> well it's the exact opposites sit it's called 1776, it's the exact opposite. we love our flag, we love our country and salute our country,
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we love our country and we honor or flag, and we honor our heros we honor george washington. i mean they are taking george washington's name off of schools in san francisco and different parts of the country. what is going on? it's crazy. abraham lincoln, they want to take his name off three schools on the west coast, and i say what are these people thinking? it's almost become, in my opinion, a sickness. there's something wrong. >> you think it's out of control. let's talk about the economy. it is fair to say the stock market is booming right now. the economy is booming but what i see , when i talk to businesses on the street, they say that they are competing with government. that there's paychecks being out there and they cannot keep up. they can't continue to increase the wages, so what is your message to the small businesses that are out there because they feel forgotten right now. >> so the stock market is doing well, but that's also habit, a little bit. that can change very quickly, because inflation is going to become terrible. when i left there was $1.87 a
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gallon for gasoline. now it's $3.50 and going to go much much higher. we were energy-independent, within other month or so at this rate we will not be energy- independent. we'll need russia, saudi arabia, the middle east, we're going to need all of this. lumber prices are through the roof. all of the prices, meat prices, food prices, if you have inflation, we saw it during jimmy carter's reign, jimmy carter had inflation, prime rate went to 22%. the economy crashed. they are going to have to be very careful. the economy is very fragile. you're going to have tremendous inflation, and if you have inflation, only bad things can happen. brian: we're supposed to have it lingering inflation for about a year according to today's wall street journal. meanwhile you can see more of lawrence's coverage from cpac as well as former president trump's full speech at foxnation .com. sign up now for fox nation get a 30 day free trial with code " cpac." ainsley: there it is.
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steve: all right ainsley: right there. steve: it was and poof! you touched it. ainsley: now we know what brian goes through. brian: remember when they did the open, what open started with just shoes? you should be able to get that. they just had shoes. ainsley: oh, yeah, um -- brian: my three sons. come on! ainsley: or what was the movie? that's right. they did that. i forgot. steve: just shoes. ainsley: what was the movie, flash dance or something where all of the feet? anyway? brian: i'm remembering something totally different but it was about a guy, a single dad raising three boy against all obstacles. steve: what about uncle charlie, come on. brian: there was so many male servants back on sit coms then. ainsley: 8:38 on the east coast and the new york times ties freedom to anti-government and dan bongino is going to sound off on that, next. steve: uncle charlie was not a servant. he was an uncle, from mcdonald's
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they may be missing vaccination for meningitis b. although uncommon, up to 1 in 5 survivors of meningitis will have long term consequences. now as you're thinking about all the vaccines your teen might need make sure you ask your doctor if your teen is missing meningitis b vaccination. steve: well the new york times is under fire over its coverage of thousands of cuban protesters over the weekend, demanding an end to communist dictatorship ainsley: the times tweeting, shouting freedom and other anti- government slogans, hundreds of cubans took to the streets in cities around the country on sunday to protest food and medicine shortages, and remarkable eruption of discontent, not seen in nearly 30 years. brian: here to react the host of "unfiltered" dan bongino. dan, this caught me by surprise, what about you? >> yeah, not at all. i mean, you won't see a tweet
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that better summarizes the massive divide between the ideological right and the ideological left in america today. you know, the great economist philosopher thomas sowell, has a book, "conflict of visions" it's an older book but it summarizes how these two vision, one on the conservative right and the other on the far left. there's no overlap anymore. divisions are totally different. think about it that tweet sums it up right there and in the real-world, we live in the freedom and liberty loving constitutional republic, the government, brian, doesn't give you freedoms. does everybody understand that? those freedoms are granted to you by god. they are being r rights, god given rights. the government can only ensure that those freedoms are codified in the constitution and the law. it doesn't give you anything, the way the left sees it, in their vision of the world, is that that freedom is somehow granted to you by government, hence the tweet by the new york times. again, the tweet sums up the whole divide in america today. steve: well you know what?
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as we look at the video and it wasn't hundreds, other news outfits said it was thousands of protesters, but dan, according to a state department spokesperson, and their twitter, the reason people were uprising is because of covid. it's not about that they are living in an communist regime for 60 years. it's because of covid, which the administration blames for everything. >> well it's a continuation of the 70 and 80-year, excuse me, 80-year, eight decades, nine decades-long effort by the media and others, and the ill-liberal left to cover up for the stain on human society of communism, socialism and totalitarianism and it reminds me of the subject i discussed in my weekend show here on fox. i brought up this weekend, i said listen, guys, the desire to suppress human liberties like keeping a beach ball under water eventually your arms get tired. it will never overcome the desire by free human beings
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to embrace and guard their freedom and liberty. you can use power and force as much as you want but eventually, as you see on the screen right now, people are going to go to the streets and say i was born free. i'm not asking for anything. get out of our way. our freedom is ours, god gave it to us, not you. brian: that's why it was so important for us to be successful with the image, with something to aspire to, and if we're turning on ourselves, the ripple effect around the world is unquantifiable, the damage that it could do. >> yeah. brian: dan i know you've got a radio shot and podcast to record , so -- >> and recover from. ainsley: recover from the weekend and go record your podcast. >> no, i know. i look forward to monday but listen i look forward to the weekend it i had a little relax ing weekend so i'm all fired up today and about this specific topic. just remember that i'm serious. the desire to squelch human liberty will never match the energy of people who want to be free. no matter what.
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ever. brian: take that, bernie sanders. ainsley: thanks so much, dan great to see you let's check in with senior meteorologist janice dean for our fox weather forecast. >> and the rain held off until after "fox & friends" i'm very excited about that let's look at the map. we are going to see the potential for showers and thunderstorms across the northeast 75 in new york we've got 80 in charleston, 80 in tampa along the east coast the potential for those showers and thunderstorms to pop-up throughout the day today, and then of course, the heat across the west so there's the past 24 hours, so got a lot of juicy atmosphere here and those showers and thunderstorms could pop-up, flash flood watches and warnings have been posted throughout the morning and will continue this afternoon, as we could see those pop-up showers and thunderstorms, some of which could produce flooding, extreme heat, still a huge story across the west especially the southwest heated a advisor its are in effect this has been a story for many weeks now very dangerous heat, continues to hang on. all right, steve, ainsley and brian? back to you. steve: all right, j. d., thank
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you very much. coming up on this monday, the ultimate american dream. meet the track star who went from working at mcdonald's to qualifying for the olympics. her story, coming up live, next. brian: but first i'd like to check in with bill hemmer whose been joined by dana perino, for what turns out to be a monster tease. steve: bill hemmer also from mcdonald's. bill: [laughter] dana: his favorite, the happy meal. he gets it every saturday. bill: super size that bad boy, dana. we'll see about that, but thanks guys. dana: the cuban people are rising up will the biden administration be there to help them, we will talk about that. bill: good question, also, there's been a big arrest for this triple murder. a story that really had police perplexed for a long time updates on that and the race is underway, our man, mike massamin o, he looks at this like it's the j. d. team. well he's gotten so deep, in his space. dana: okay, guys anti-gravity? bill: an astronaut with a
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alabama, quinisha burks worked at mcdonald's to help support her family. she took up track in high school , hoping to earn a college scholarship which she did eventually while balancing practice and her job at the fast food chain and taking care of her siblings her years of hard work paid off she's a professional long jumper heading to compete in the tokyo olympics. she joins us now, congratulations. >> thank you so much. thank you. ainsley: we are all so proud of you, and we love your story. it all started at mcdonald's. tell the folks at home how you got to this success. >> yeah, you know, definitely my first job was at mcdonald's to help support my family because financially, we weren't able to do a lot of things and i'm the first person in my family to go to college so i started working at mcdonald's and honestly to help my entire family and then i started getting recruited and instead of in-home visits with college coaches i would have visits in the lobby of mcdonald's and i
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love college coaches wanted me, and they were trying to offer me a full scholarship but my focus is i have to make this $100 every two weeks check, so it's just amazing to see where i started at but working at mcdonald's really developed the skills i have now to be where i am now. ainsley: your story is awesome. you woke up at 4:30 every morning to take your grandmother to the nursing home where she worked and then come back home and get your siblings ready and then go to school and then practice then you'd work until 10:00 at night. it's really the american dream. how did it feel when finally find out you were going to the olympics? >> honestly it just felt like a relief because i've been working so long for this moment and its always been a dream but honestly with a lot of hard work and dedication i knew it could happen, so once i was on that podium, and they gave me my flag and my flowers, i honestly just felt like a relief, like i final ly made it. like this is what i've been working hard for , all of the hard work finally paid off and now i get to call myself an
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olympian for the rest of my life. ainsley: i know the mcdonald's where you worked and i bet all of the employees have are so proud of you. is mcdonald's doing anything to help you? >> actually they sent me a little gift and wrote me like a very nice card and i heard from my manager, i haven't talked to her in years and she sent me a picture that we took a long time ago of me in front of the olympics and i'm standing there like posing when i was in high school and like one day you're going to be in the olympics and now to see that dream come to real life is just amazing. ainsley: are you nervous about the trials? >> the olympics i'm not nervous about, but the trials, definitely was nervous about, because usa is the hardest team to make but once you make the team, let's go have some fun and get on that podium, like usa is the hardest team to make so that's the biggest hurdle. ainsley: how far can you jump? >> 22 feet 10 inches. ainsley: that is amazing we're so proud of you we'll be pulling for you all three of you. >> thank you so much.
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i really appreciate it. ainsley: god bless you. >> thank you. ainsley: god bless america. more "fox & friends" moments away. >> ♪
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>> oh, look at that. out in new mexico. >> more than very pretty. extremely pretty. >> that will wrap up the show for today. we'll be back here on the couch tomorrow same time, same channel. >> listen to brian on the radio and have a wonderful day. >> bill: good morning. the white house finally turning its attention to crime. president biden getting ready to meet with top law enforce end the blood shed plaguing american cities? i'm bill hemmer, nice to see you my partner there. >> dana: i'm dana perino. i felt like crime would be the thing that pivoted. if you read everywhere this weekend. democrats are very worried. >> bill: you said if i were at the white house i would stop everything and turn this ship right toward the issue which is what they're doing. >> dana: they're

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