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>> emily: governor cuomo remains defiant, denying any wrongdoing despite investigation by democratic voided attorney general that found he sexually harassed nearly a dozen women and retaliated against one of his accusers, not only breaking state and federal law n administration policies. i now president biden is joining the growing list of politicians on both sides of the aisle calling for cuomo to resign. this as the democrats plot to impeach him in the albany district attorney makes it clear that no one is above the law
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pursuing a criminal investigation. the new york governor is not backing down, even taking aim at his accusers after the ag laid out the shocking findings. watch. >> i never touched anyone inappropriately or made inappropriate sexual advances. >> there are 11 complainants whose allegations are set forth in great detail in the report. >> "the new york times" published a front-page picture of me touching a woman's face and a wedding and then kissing her on the cheek. i actually learned from my mother and from my father. it is meant to convey warmth, nothing more. >> emily: the governor hugged the executive assistant and reached under her blouse to grab her breast.
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>> generations are cultural perspectives that frankly i hadn't fully appreciated. and i have learned from this. the state already has an advanced sexual harassment training program for all employees, including me. >> multiple women. many of whom were young women, by engaging in unwanted groping, kisses, hugging, and by making inappropriate comments. further, the governor and his secret team took action to retaliate against at least one former employee for coming forward with her story. >> emily: this is "outnumbered." i'm emily compagno on here today michael hosts kayleigh mcenany, host of kennedy on fox business, kennedy. fox business anchor dagen mcdowell and in the center of virtual seat, civil rights attorney and fox news contributor leo turrell. welcome to you all.
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leo, i would like to start with you. the governor's demise is in stark contrast to how he said back in 2018 that sexual assault allegations should be handled during the kavanaugh confirmation hearings. let's take a look and get your thoughts on the other side. >> it was a disrespect for women that this administration chronically exemplifies. after the me too movement, they did absolutely nothing relating to sexual harassment. to cheapen or ridicule the pain a woman suffers from a attack is disgusting. sexist and disgusting. >> leo: i'll tell you, this is really embarrassing.
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it's a classic example of rules for the not for me. there is no evidence against kavanaugh. there was nothing. yet you have cuomo out there pretending to be the white knight. overwhelming evidence on objective independent investigation that was done proving that cuomo had basically violated their rights, the civil rights of 11 women. i want to be very clear. governor cuomo is a boss, a bully, tyrant, and he should be shunned. what prevents justice from taking place is his political track. i've been practicing law for 30 years. there is overwhelming evidence that district attorney right now to charge governor cuomo. that's a political game. the democratic legislature in new york, shame on them. you're telling me they didn't have this information? they could have done the same investigation. this is the ugliest nature of politics and democratic loyalty because this political track is
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slowing down the legal track. he should be arrested, the d.a. is he a democrat? that's the only reason why cuomo should be charged right now. the d.a. must be a democrat. let me tell you what i honestly believe. i believe governor cuomo has enough information on these democratic lawmakers to prevent them from doing what is right. what is right is for governor cuomo either to resign, to be impeached, or to be charged with a criminal crime. do you hear me, district attorney of albany? >> emily: kayleigh, leo brings up politics. let's look at what president biden said in march. >> the claims of the women. should he resign? >> yes. i think you will probably end up being prosecuted too. >> kayleigh: interesting. i want to say leo, you hit it out of the park. he said it better that i've
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heard it said yet. but i want to be clear about working from democrats. leo is exactly right. it's a political game. you're hearing the words resign, resign, resign. you are not for the most part, sir from the national democrats hearing impeach, impeach, impeach. why is that? when they say resign, as "the wall street journal" editorial board pointed out, they are giving a pro forma type of condemnation. they know he's not going to resign. they know he's here to stay. they know that cuomo has ambitions yet to run for governor. by saying impeach, takes it to the next level. it demands action. it's out of cuomo's hands, it's in the hands of democrats. it's why biden yesterday said yes i want him to resign but one followed up and asked, do you want to impeach him, biden said i don't want to get ahead of the process. i don't want to get ahead of things. when clyburn was asked, do you want him impeached. clyburn said i don't want to pile on. they are saying resign because they know he won't resign. they will not say impeach. you have half of state lawmakers
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have said resign now in the state of new york. how many of them will turn that resignation call into an impeachment one. that's the real story. >> leo: right on! right on, kayleigh. right on. spot on. >> emily: kennedy, engaging in pattern and practice of predatory behavior with a toxic workplace culture, celebrities were self identifying as cuomo-sexual. he was called the love gov. let's look at some of the praise he enjoyed. >> republicans tell me, they look at home on mayor like there's a leader. >> i heard you had a crush on our boyfriend, andrew cuomo. >> everyone does, right? >> you expose a lot of her own vulnerabilities. >> your love life. >> you have been commended for your clear and calm leadership. >> we are grateful that across
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the country there are responsible leaders who are stepping up. one of them provided clear direction and memorable power points. new york's governor andrew cuomo. >> kennedy: that is so disgusting. i am not a fan of the fawning from any party. i really think politicians deserve our skepticism. some of them turn out to be sociopathic creatures like governor cuomo. i hope he resigns just to save face and for the sake of his daughters. this behavior is reprehensible, indefensible. it's been codified in the attorney general's investigation. they simply has no choice but to go forward and to impeach him and get him out of office. and protect women in government and state troopers and limited media from a predator like this whose hubris and ego know no bounds.
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he is incapable of gratefully stepping aside. he really has to. he was right. when he was talking about, when he was condemning that kind of predatory nature during the kavanaugh hearing, he should have pointed that of himself. it is disgusting and sexist and the way he's gone after some of these victims, it's absolutely sexist acceptable. >> emily: to that point, in the governor's apollo, narcissistic branch to policy trigger apology, not only to the underscore the hubris that apparently has really cleared of the administration's toxicity in the workplace but he underscored how he does not understand his own laws. >> identified herself to me as a survivor of sexual assault.
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she talked about the personal trauma that she endured and how she was handling it. charlotte, i want you to know that i am truly and deeply sorry. >> it wasn't an apology and he didn't take accountability for his actions. he was coming onto me and he insinuated that survivors of trauma and sexual assault can't tell the difference between mentorship and leadership. and sexual harassment itself, which is not only insulting to me but every survivor who listened to him yesterday. the victim blaming is not okay. >> dagen: we have to talk about, did this monster comb this enormous because as kennedy was talking about, all the deification and the laudation, adulation, the genuflecting, the kissy face and
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cooing. this governor is a -- watching eva longoria, that was the democratic convention. she said that in august. janice dean and me following up on her, we've been talking about for months how governor cuomo has sent elderly residents to their death because of that nursing home order. we knew even last summer that he was covering up, that he was lying about it. that he was staking his pitch men and women on even the grieving relatives to make them pay. to leo's point, i don't know what cuomo's end game is here. why he's digging his heels intimacy has mountains of dirt on all of these democrats. from "the new york post," a great column talking about the assembly speaker and how quickly
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he might pursue impeachment proceedings. but cuomo is friendless in albany but he has a lot of allies. mcmanus writes about the union leaders, real estate moguls and contractors who in june of this year handed him about a million dollars in campaign contributions. this is a man, sociopathic they have invested in literally over decades. they're not going to let the investment walk away so quick. but nobody ever said that their principles and politics. just vomitous governors. >> emily: well said. no one has really emerged as a front runner replacement. the lieutenant governor would step in if he was impeach but it almost seems like everyone is waiting to your point, friendless with allies. >> dagen: they're going to be a lot of civil suits. letitia james, the ag, has kind of laid it out for these women. it's going to be very hard for
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the governor to defend himself to his may be the state won't pay for it. you could get a lot more dirt released on andy cuomo in those civil suits. look out for that. >> emily: absolutely right. much more to come on this, and just ahead, new york city will soon require that you disclose your vaccine status for indoor restaurants, shows, and james. the mounting privacy concerns and whether more cities could follow suit. i brought in ensure max protein, with thirty grams of protein. those who tried me felt more energy in just two weeks! [sighs wearily] here, i'll take that! woo-hoo! ensure max protein. with thirty grams of protein, one gram of sugar, and now with two new flavors! a veteran who may have served in my time, during the vietnam era, one gram of sugar, would be eligible today for a va home loan. so many do not know that.
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>> dagen: it is. mayor de blasio is a bigot. talk about discriminatory. if you look at the numbers here new york city, the black population in new york is 31% fully vaccinated compared with 46% for whites, 71% for asian-americans. what is he doing and saying to people of color here in new york city? that's kind of appalling. the government overreach. it's a complete rejection of anyone's legitimate reason for not getting vaccinated. see if you have an autoimmune disorder like the drummer of offspring. a doctor tells you not to get the vaccine. where does that leave them? where does that leave children who can't get vaccinated right now. how are parents going to take their kids to a bowling alley or a restaurant? let's talk about the business owners that have been crushed in the last year and a half by the overreach of government, but closures, the lockdowns.
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they are just beginning to recover. now they're going to have to do, discern the difference between a fake vaccine card and a real one. are they going to have inspectors in uniform coming by their establishments to check vaccine cards? is that really where we are going with this? it seems likely. i think it's going to blow up in his face because i don't think any of these restaurants are business owners are going to enforce this. >> kayleigh: i think you're exactly right. to shawn's point, the blatant hypocrisy. they say absurd live but somehow black men and women can't get an identification so we can have vr i.d. but the logic doesn't apply here where they want to have cdc covert cards. and to dagen's point, two-thirds of black americans in new york city are not vaccinated. >> leo: i am so glad i am on the show today is a civil rights attorney. someone filed a lawsuit right now in new york city.
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de blasio, you pass that rule, mandatory passports. passports for vaccinated people. you will have an adverse impact on black people. you can't do that. you can't pass a law that will have an adverse impact and disproportionally disadvantaged people of color. from a civil rights standpoint, the right of privacy. what you just david, you're going to share your information, your medical, personal, private information. no, no, no. the citizens of new york have the right to share that information with their doctors and no one else. they decide, not the government. this is outrageous. it's a lame duck. he doesn't know what he's talking about. it's illegal. cannot wait until his days are over as mayor of new york. he is horrible. second only to eric garcetti in my town of los angeles. >> kayleigh: it's quite a competition between those two characters.
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kennedy, this was incredible. our producer flagged this and it blew me away. to emigrate to this country, you are required to get certain vaccinations. we have it here. pop it up on the screen. you're required to get mumps measles rubella, polio, tetanus, diphtheria, hepatitis a and b in the list goes on. missing from that list is a covid v enter, you have to get your vaccine that come into the country, no need for a vaccine in that circumstance. >> kennedy: what's the next vaccine that they will require? as long as people acquiesced here and they go yeah, sure, it's only one vaccine, this is for the greater good. also ahead and follow along with this, but with the requirements be in the future? what sort of fearmongering will be used in the next layer is for the next antibiotic resistant strain of bacteria? that's going to happen. once you have this kind of
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control through fear, you're never going to let that goal. even though in this city, they have incentivize the unvaccinated with $100. you get a debit card for 100 bucks if you haven't got the shot yet. i'm going to get four more shots. [laughter] >> kayleigh: a great idea. very good. emily, this is going to stir a lot of litigation. the biden mandate. you test for you vaccinate your federal employee. seeing a lot of incoming litigation here. >> emily: idea, especially from the unions were starting to push back. leo brought up the privacy concerns. dagen brought up the exceptions in the exemptions that also need to be in place for this to pass constitutional muster. i have to say from what we have seen from the courts, they've held up those requirements for private employment, for schools, universities and staff. where the courts have continued to hold sacred is religious liberty and the place of worship. as new york develops in this national conversation develops,
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the cuomo's news show. critics slammed christopher largely ignoring the sexual harassment story on that same program all while he helped the governor craft a response to the allegation. in the ag's report, finding that troublesome. also writing "the reliance on loyal confidants regards of their roll in state government or lack thereof contributed to creating an environment where the governors of harassing conduct was allowed to flourish and persist. whether driven by fear or blinded by loyalty, the senior staff of the executive chamber and the governor select group of outside confidants looks to protect the governor and found ways not to believe our credit those who stepped forward to make or support allegations against him." wow. leo, last night i decided to engage in an active self torture and watch the beginning of chris cuomo's program.
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the opening remark was about simone biles on the olympic beam and then he launched into a tirade about trump and alex azar about covid. no remarks on the massive scandal. >> leo: i did the same thing. let me tell you, what is so troublesome about this. it's an an inherent conflict of interest. cnn is basically part of this confidence. they allowed chris cuomo to use their network to protect his brother. what happened last night, the absence of a number one major news story that allow him to come on on the air and broadcast everything but the misconduct about his brother is outrageous. it's wrong. what is going on? what will happen today and in the future? chris cuomo can never, never, never, did i say never, never talk about issues of
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sexual harassment, sexual misconduct because he has no credibility given the fact he refused to look at the subject involving his own brother. >> kayleigh: it was amazing which is why i quickly turned back to our good friend sean hannity, leo. the best. kennedy, what's amazing to me is that he was moonlighting as a political consultant in the background literally drafting statements for his brother, andrew cuomo, on february 28 he drafted a statement for andrew cuomo saying this is what you should say about sexual assault. drafts a statement on february 28. i want to play a clip, the very next day, this is what chris cuomo says on his program. >> i'll be straight with you. obviously i'm aware of what's going on with my brother. and obviously i cannot cover it because he is my brother. of course cnn has to cover it. they have covered it extensively, and they will continue to do so.
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>> kayleigh: obviously you can't cover it fairly when he's drafting statements statements and on phone calls about the sexual assault allegations. >> kennedy: there are a lot of women who work at cnn who are very upset about that complication. especially when it does is it attacks the accusers. what he was advising his brother's don't give in to cancel culture. somehow he's the flavor of the month that the mob is conspiring against, taking absolutely zero responsibility for his abhorrent behavior. that is what chris cuomo thinks of these women who have been serially harassed and abused by his brother. he thinks they are lying. he thinks they are crazy and he think they are dispensable. that means that's probably his view of women in general. if i were working at cnn, i as a woman would not want to continue working with him as a cohost and
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certainly not or he's considered a journalist. >> kayleigh: great points. emily, this story is bigger than chris cuomo. we have a quote from "the wall street journal" editorial board that i think says it all. they say everyone in albany has known for years that mr. cuomo is an abusive, bullying figure. the report describes a man who act acted as if he was politically invincible. it's what often happens in a one-party state with a largely one-party press. that is democratic. >> emily: adding insult to injury, not only that one-party press but again that brother conflict of interest. we heard it here in kris' apology where he refers to him as his brother, trying to engender that familiarity and the sympathy from the audience so that they relate to him and his compassion and way rather than seeing it for what it is. which is what the investigation of the attorney general in the press release yesterday called
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the cuomo administration mobilized to attack and neutralize ms. boiler, including use of the press. this was a formalized use of the press to not only cover up governor cuomo's wrongdoing but also to kennedy's point to totally smear these victims and to cover up the whole covid nursing home situation. chris cuomo was mentioned multiple times in the attorney general report. you referenced it earlier, weighing in on public statements that were released later in the day. he is an interval figure to the use of the press as a weapon here. >> kayleigh: yes, and dagen all of it adding to the toxic work environment. >> dagen: cnn, no standards, no accountability. they had no guy lives in place for the lesser cuomo to interact and have his brother on, no rules for him. going back to the beginning of the pandemic.
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cnn, the causes nausea network. my mother always had before i came to work here, she would ask me, why do almost people on cnn look like they are smelling something all the time. people watching the networks have that expression on there. like what is that stench? it's coming from your tv and it's named cuomo. >> kayleigh: well said, dagen. you nailed it. all right, guys, coming up, looks like the pressure finally got to former president obama. the big changes he's making to his highly criticized birthday plans. mm. [ clicks tongue ] i don't know. i think they look good, man.
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big birthday party? >> former president obama has been a huge advocate of individuals getting vaccinated. this event according to all the public reporting is outdoors and immoderate zone. terms of what protocols they are taken, i would refer you to them and i'm sure they can give you more details. >> emily: that was white house press secretary jen psaki on monday defending former president obama's 60th birthday plans. not even the white house could silence the critics. the 44th president announcing he is "significantly scaling back" the event is martha's vineyard estate from nearly 700 guests and staff technologist family and close friends. kayleigh, when you think about that? >> kayleigh: i think i have finally figured out the list of what's allowed and not allowed. former democrat presidents birthdays allowed. blm protests allowed. a mirror going to a concert allowed. you want to take your kids to church, your family to church, no, can't do that. you want to send your kids to
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school, can't do that. you want to go to a trump rally, not allowed. or even nominating a supreme court justice of the highest court in the land, amy coney barrett's nomination. not allowed. there are two sets of standards in this country and i wish we would've seen jen psaki as vigorously defend america's children against the teachers unions and opening schools as she did obama's birthday party. >> emily: dagen, i've been to weddings where it's just close family and friends and it still 500 people. it doesn't really mean anything's in terms of quantity. >> dagen: because you have friends and i don't. i've been married twice. there were two people at the first wedding and 13 at the second. a party for 500 people with an additional 200 people working the party is like president obama blasting on the bullhorn, ignore the panic peddling from washington. party on, people. shines a spotlight on what biden and company might be getting it
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all wrong. i suspect some of the celebrities might have been canceling. then you run the risk, may be oprah winfrey didn't want to show up for cluny and then you run the risk of a debit axelrod wandering around with the drink by himself. >> emily: it sounds like an awesome party. >> kennedy: it does sound fun. i think dagen is right. what are we supposed to do? is it cool? are we going to get attacked? canceled? i think that absolutely is what driving this. it looks horrible. if you have the director of the nih, even though he misspoke, saying parents should be masked in their own homes with unvaccinated children, and then you've got 500 people on martha's vineyard hobnobbing, of course it's a bad luck. that has been the protocol from
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reports" top of the hour. >> a travel nightmare across the country after spirit and american airlines canceled and delayed hundreds of flights a day since this weekend blaming weather and operational issues. there are also reports of pilot strikes an airline staff walking off the job. despite the $54 billion bailout airlines received thanks to the coven pandemic relief. if you're lucky enough to get on the plane, you just might encounter something like this. emily, you fly cross-country weekly. you experience these delays, these fights in your travels? >> emily: i haven't seen a fight yet. delays all the time. my flight is departing in about four hours from now on i keep obsessively checking to see just how delayed i'm going to be today.
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one of the additional complaints happening right now is about airport prices skyrocketing, taking advantage of those captive citizens they are in the airport. i have to point out, not to be a debbie downer but part of the reason that beer costs $28 is because port authority approved a 10% increase in street prices for airport concessions to make up for a 2018 minimum wage hike for airport employees to $19. so dagen knows the economic trickle effect is alive and well and we are seeing it pop up making us all go through a living hell to try to visit grandma. >> kayleigh: one passenger going to the bar, you get delayed, go to the bar. he finds his sam adams is $27.85. the company say that it was a mistake but tax was part of it, as emily knows. what would you do if you got to the bar and saw the nearly $30 beer? >> kennedy: luckily i have
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celiac and i can't drink beer. you can't take those pocket bottles on the plane so that's when you consume them in the bar. go ahead and get some tomato juice and add some gray goose if you have to. i certainly won't judge. people can afford the bar tab and they have to make up the bill with labor so they should let these people fly the planes when the pilots don't show up. problem solved. >> kayleigh: dagen, the alcoholic beverages the currently contributing to some of those fights, including the fight with the duct tape. >> dagen: that young man clearly had consumed a lot of something somewhere before he boarded the aircraft. there are multiple videos of this, you can see everybody surrounding him. you can hear him at some point screaming about, do you know who my parents are? and i heard him say my granddaddy or whatever he said.
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just so you know, i have the worst temper and i've never thrown a fit on an airplane or gotten arrested. so if i can do it, bucco can. i carry his ties with me everywhere. i don't need duct tape. i am here for the obedient, well-behaved flyer. to wrangle the jerks. >> kayleigh: leo, that passenger allegedly groping the flight attendants were touching them inappropriate leap. it punched in the face and apparently was screaming "my parents are worth $2 million" all before being duct taped. the allegations there. >> leo: the last three trips i've had, one time the plane had to return because of a crazy passenger and the other two times there were federal marshals on the police waiting for him when the plane arrived.
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♪ ♪ >> can't get enough of ikea's iconic swedish meatballs? you're in luck. the company is releasing a swedish meatball scented candle
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to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its u.s. family loyalty program. i can't think of any more disgusting, but there are food scented candles like cinnamon and apple and spice and things like that. >> the krispy kreme candle would be delicious or a candle that evokes the scent of kennedy's passion fruit margaritas. i'm down with that. >> you can use the holder as a vessel from which to drink your passion fruit margarita. there have been nastier candles, don't forget, gwyneth paltrow released a candle scented like her [whistle] >> that's exactly right. now i've lost my appetite. leo, help us return to wanting lunch with a good scented candle idea. >> hot apple pie and ice cream, that would be a unique unbelievable candle.
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hot apple pie and ice cream. vanilla, vanilla ice cream. >> i went to the mall yesterday and i was talking to a lady, and i said is it hard to work here without just outside your door? it was a great american cookie company/at cold stone and she said yes, it's very difficult to avoid deserts with that smell every day. >> i worked in an ice cream store though, i managed one. and it was terrible. you smell like ice cream all the time. and so it wears off after a while. >> i like ice cream. >> will use to a few days a week, cheering for the nfl next to the ghirardelli chocolate factory and i can tell you that that is so tantalizing to smell amazing chocolate while having
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to be hungry and working out all the time. kennedy, your thoughts on the best scented candle of all time? >> now you are talking about football, it would have to be jerry rice. [laughs] >> and on that note, everyone, have a great day. thanks for watching at here is "america reports." [laughter] b1 thank you team. it will your kids be back in school this fall? new concerns that parents could be in for another rocky school year. that story coming up. also did republicans get suckered by democrats when it comes to spending? that's what newt gingrich says. >> john: also carly shimkus on that obama birthday party reversal and outrage surrounding another progressive district attorney letting violent criminals back out into the streets.

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