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will: dawn breaks across america as we welcome you in to this saturday morning of "fox & friends." will cain, rachel campos-duffy back in with us this weekend. missed you last weekend. lawrence jones in for pete hegseth this morning. lawrence: thanks for having me. rachel: isn't it beautiful seeing the dismawn we have the most beautiful country in the world. lawrence: start off with the national anthem as we have troops getting ready to head to battle to defend freedom right now. will: in fact, let's go to a fox news alert. president biden is vacationing at camp david as afghanistan implodes. rachel: taliban is rapidly taking control of the country, closing in on its capital kabul as u.s. troops arrive in the city to afghanistan americans. lawrence: joining us live from washington lucas, it's spinning out of control and quickly. what do you know? >> sure, it appears that way, lawrence. the taliban have tall kabul
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surrounded. the first u.s. marines have arrived to evacuate americans. >> and they have throughout this last few weeks, you have seen it for yourself, taken over border crossings, taken over highways and major intersections. >> moments ago afghan president ashraf ghani vowed on not to give up over what he called the major achievements the last 20 years. of the taliban have taken over capitals the last recent days the united states spent $80 billion on the afghan army and officials say they have melted away. on the kandahar spiritual home. 3,000 u.s. troops set to arrive in kabul to help evacuate thousands from the u.s. embassy. now destroying sensitive information that cost $700 million to build. the pentagon insists the afghan forces still have the advantage. you said the afghan forces have
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the advantage. what proof can you offer? >> the resistance that they have faced has been insufficient to stop, to check those advances does not mean, lucas, that the advantages aren't still there did. >> in recent days i have received numerous message from afghans desperate to escape as the taliban closes in on kabul. will, rachel, lawrence. will: thank you for that we would love to ask you a couple of questions. first of all if, lucas, in fact the afghan army does have the advantage as you pressed and asked right there, why then is the resistance so futile? what answer are you given by the pentagon? >> pentagon officials say the afghan army just has not shown the will to fight. a lot of people made the analogy that this is like the end of the vietnam war. i would argue that this is more analogous to iraq which when they left just a decade ago and remember who was the head of the u.s. forces at the time general lloyd austin. u.s. forces leaf iraq, isis will
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take over and called auto divide in iraq and they will metastasize. we are seeing that again right now in afghanistan. as soon as u.s. forces left afghanistan, will, that's when the taliban went on the offensive. there is not enough u.s. jets there is not enough troops on the ground the afghan forces have shown what officials say complete incompetence. will: so much attention now turns to kabul and what will happen in that city. but, what's happening in those pro-vin shall capitals now that the taliban is taking over? are we getting reports of what is taking place in those cities across afghanistan not just for the journalistic curiosity of what is happening on the ground today but sort as a predictor of what could be happening soon once american troops and troops, entire coalition leaves kabul, what's to be expected. >> what's to be expected are war trials and sharia law. we are seeing in kandahar taken over the radio station and broadcasting. they are establishing islamic
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emirate. this is what they have been saying all along a lot of calls at the state department the taliban are seeking legitimacy and how to recognize them. the taliban are not interested in international recognition legitimacy. they also believe there is a military solution. all wee are been hearing from the pentagon john care biff saying there is no military solution. clearly of the taliban thinks there is a military solution. we have been seeing that all week with lightning blitz as they have been conquering most of the country. lawrence: can you talk about what's happening behind the scene? there seems to be division even within the white house. senior officials have been tweeting and deleting tweets. they are saying that there is division right now between the state department, the defense a second as well as senior aids. what do you know what are you hearing from your sources? >> lawrence, remember u.s. sources were supposed to have a complete withdrawal from the country by the end of this month. now in an about face there is 3,000 u.s. troops going to kabul. so i pressed john kirby on that
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earlier this week. i said is the deadline to withdraw still august 31st in he said that timeline is still intact. officials i have spoken to it the u.s. military says the plan is to put these troops on the ground, get the americans and also afghan interpreters and their families who helped america over the last 20 years in this war to get them out of the country as soon as possible and meet that deadline. at love people are dubious because as we saw here in washington, d.c., you put troops anywhere and deploy them, it's hard to get them out rapidly. guys? lawrence: lucas, excellent reporting, you will be with us all morning to give us info as it comes. in thank you very much. rachel: thank you, lucas. interesting to see the administration say that the afghan forces have the advantage and yet, at this minute, we know that u.s. officials are destroying sensitive documents and equipment and computers inside of the u.s. embassy. the state department saying it is just standard operating procedure for a drawdowns in diplomatic post. maybe, maybe not.
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and as you said, it does draw some comparisons to the fall of saigon and as he says the end of the iraq war. senator joni ernst says that this withdraw is very rapid and, in fact, shameful. listen. >> this is a very grim reality. not just for the united states but for some of our partners around the world to see afghanistan fall like this. it is all on president biden's shoulders. this rapid and haphazard withdrawal of american troops to allow it to fall like this without any sort of plan or recourse, it is shameful. we have women, girls that are being threatened by the taliban. others that are being killed by the taliban. we know that there are many other violent extremist organizations that are reconstituting in afghanistan as we speak. this is sincere tragedy for
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everyone. lawrence: will, we are going to be talking about this all morning some of the division on this is a lot of americans want to go. the a lot of the politicians want to leave. look at this and lucas alluded to in this is religious doctrine they are sunnies and hardliners and also believe in sharia law. they are trying to reimplement it and damage being done. many people asking what was the original strategy to begin with? was it to defeat terrorism or was to nation-build? and that's where a lot of division is and the way they decide to handle this. we are going to be talking about this all morning. will: fox news contributor you are familiar with and joey jones who lost both of his legs in afghanistan in the war they will be joining us a little bit later in the program to give us his perspective on what is taking place. rachel: my husband was hosting larry kudlow and interesting to hear somebody who not just served but left flesh on the ground there in afghanistan. so, we're really looking forward to that interview.
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but, ahead now, we have more news. on the border. where another crisis. we have crisis overseas. crisis here at our border. as you know, we have been covering this, will and lawrence. you know, a brand new buffalo, new york or waco, texas is being formed every month on our border because it's just so out of control. the borders are clearly open. alejandro mayorkas our dhs secretary said it's all under control the border ♪ open. however, when caught on a hot mic, here's what he said. >> a couple days ago i was down in mexico and i said, look, you know, if our border is the first line of defense we are going to lose and this is unsustainable. we can't continue like this. our people in the field can't continue and our system isn't built for for it. rachel: will, which is it. will: character is when no one is looking and truth when no one
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is listening. unwilling to call what is happening in a crisis unwill when they are thinking behind safe and protected walls to say it's unsustainable. governor doug ducey says it's time for mayorkas to go if this is the case. we are seeing the truth play out behind closed doors. what the federal government isn't telling the american people, chaos, dysfunction and defeatest attitude infiltrated the highest levels of homeland security. this administration has completely lost control of the border. and with his friends, secretary mayorkas demonstrated that he fully understands the catastrophe playing out at the border and, yet, he lacks the skill, ability and will to address it adequately. the buck must stop somewhere, a defeatist is not what we need when it comes to fighting for border security. it is time for secretary mayorkas to resign. lawrence: so, i agree and disagree with the governor. of course, he needs to radio sign because he is not doing his job. this has nothing to do with will. this doesn't have to do with ability. they just refuse to do it.
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they know exactly what -- this is a part of their philosophy and i think we make a major mistake when we say that they don't know what to do. they know what to do but when you run on this in an election, and you have the progressive base that are saying we just want open borders. we don't believe that this country should have borders, that there should be catch and release and we want these immigrants to -- without being vetted, it's okay to have covid folks come across the border. it's okay to have buses and buses of airplanes and airplanes going into american cities. that is the position of the democratic party of today. rachel: i think you are so right, lawrence. it is by sometime. it is taxpayer funded we are actually cooperating working. forcing our government officials to work with the cartels. we are paying for the last leg of their illegal business of bringing humans, trafficking humans across the border. so once they cross over, we are not doing covid tests because they said if we do a covid test
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and have to quarantine them we don't have room to quarantine them. let's not test them let's put them on flights across america and, again, as we are putting down businesses as we are masking up kids we are spreading these variants across the country at taxpayer expense. it's absolutely insane. it makes no sense. and the fact that this channel is the only channel actually covering this in an honest way is criminal. i can't understand why the other channels can't see that this is -- you know, the other channels are the wants all these lockdowns hyping up the fear on covid and yet covid doesn't matter when it's come across the border. lawrence: real quickly before we move on, the video we see at the border either coming from fox or leaks. we are still not allow in the facility to see what the hell is going on there. every single time we get new video is because a congressman,
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elected official or someone inside the administration wants the american public to know it's leaking this information and there has been zero pushback from the mainstream media on this issue. will. will: what a dichotomy. kick american kids out of school. put them in the school and mask them. potentially shut down american businesses once again, divide americans, blame americans for the covid crisis. point at the unvaccinated meanwhile allowing covid to flow freely over the southern border. what a dichotomy and up to you to make sense of those contradictions. this might help you. weed through the cob that dixzed because we have another story of elitism and hypocrisy and double standard plays out once again because here in the northeast, right across the hudson river, new jersey is doing all of those things i just talked about. making schools mandating schools, have children vark sin nateed and not -- i'm sorry not vaccinated but masked in schools. meanwhile, here is your governor of new jersey phil murphy taking off on a 10 day italian vacation
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so as society starts to clamp down close n new jersey, new jersey governor phil murphy flies off. rachel: not just that italy has an advisory. so there is a covid advisory recommending that we not travel to italy and he says, you know what? i have got to go. i haven't gone on vacation since covid started. he is going to his $7 million villa, villa. when asked about it he said you know, i'm just like every other family. lawrence: which everyone else has 23 rooms in their house. this is the new jersey governor. >> listen, i'm no different than any other family after this past 17 months, just having a few days together is something that i think all of us want to do with their family and i'm looking forward to that. lawrence: i mean, just awful. so relatable.
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i mean, at this point, just elm praise it just embrace it do you know what? the one thing that i take from this. rachel: he is very sophisticated it might not matter. our kids not so sophisticated they ought to be masked. will: as we get vaccines. rachel: i'm sorry, i couldn't help myself. will: as we get vaccine passports and participate in life can we get sophistication passports as well? rachel: maybe we should have a class here some sort of class on how. lawrence: what's the barometer. rachel: how can we become more sophisticated and bring somebody in? will: i'm sorry, where is your mask? don't worry i have a sophisticated card. all right, turning now to a few additional headlines for you this morning. a 1-year-old student killed in shooting at alba kirk request middle school. trying to deescalate a fight during lunch break one of them
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pulled out a gun and opened fire. nearby resource officer heard the shot and took the 13-year-old suspect into custody. students only in third day of school when the shooting happened. an investigation is ongoing. awful. the new york lawmaker suspend the impeachment inquiry saying he already resigned. i'm not going to drag the state through the mud through a three month, four month impeachment and then win and have the state legislature and the state government look like a ship of fools. i feel good. cuomo stepped down earlier this week after a separate investigation found he sexually harassed 11 women. he still faces other investigations that include the scandal over covid nursing home deaths. shine as laser point tore throw off an laa dodger off of his game. the green light was pointed right in max muncy's eyes as he
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went up to bat. he took a step back and umpires. the mets fan was never found. monsey ended up strikes out. the dodgers went on to win 6-5 in extra innings. those your headlines. lawrence: that is trashy. i hate when people cheat. even when it's the fans doing it for the other team. i'm sure you support this. >> i don't think can you shine a laysner anyone's eyes but that's cheating. that's a big accusation. lawrence: it is. it's just like, you know, banging on. will: i'm a texas rangers fan prime dallas. i don't know where you are from. lawrence: that's where i'm from. you are from the countryside that's not considered dallas. will: i want to reinforce that i am from the countryside. itch are a rach i love this texas thing. when all out when the texans come together there is some regional division between texas. lawrence: is he a part preppy side.
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[laughter] will: like a democratic politician i can't quite make sense which way you are on this issue. rachel: i love it. lawrence: oh man, all morning. rachel: i will stay right between these two texans. a sign from biden, latest vaccine push with a social media star and big concerns over big prices whether it's food or gas, everything feels more expensive. more on rising inflation next. stay with us. ♪ i need dollars, dollars ♪ that's what i need ♪ ♪
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♪ lawrence: welcome back, president biden is taking heat on the economy as voters concern over inflation remains sky high. rachel: if you have been to the grocery store lately as i have, you are in the market to buy a car or you may have noticed that everything is more expensive. so what exactly is going on? will: joining us now former counsel of economic advisers acting chairman tyler good. as you pointed out everything and everyone has pointed out
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this inflation. the big question is and everyone has been asking this and we get different answers. is this temporary or is there something permanent? is there something institutional that means thinflation could spiral out of control? >> well, it's good to be with you. we keep hearing this word transitory. used car prices is transitory. it's energy. it's pandemic related. reopening. but i think the question is, you know, in the long run, everything is transitory i suppose but in the long run we are all dead. so the question in my mind is how many more months can it consumers be transitory shock after transitory shock. next is rent. that% is 40% of core consumer prices. so can consumers be subjected to transitory shock after transitory shock before they begin to ask themselves who do i believe the open market committee of the federal reserve who, remember, just a few months ago was predicting that inflation for the year would be
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less than it has been in the first seven months of this year alone or their own lying eyes? we actually saw a similar dynamic in 1960's and early 1970s when consumers are quicker to anticipate rising inflation than forecasters or the federal reserve. rachel: that doesn't surprise me, actually. because it's the poor people on fixed incomes who experience these rising prices. more directly and it impacts their lives more. what is driving it? is it the debt, the amount of money our country is borrowing? is it all the printing of money? because if that's what it is, and they don't stop then, of course it's going to keep going. >> i think when it comes to both fiscal and monetary policy, policymakers should be adhering to something akin to the hippocratic oath. first, do no harm. and i think the problem that we have been observing is two fold. one is that we have seen enormous demand side fiscal stimulus coming from the biden administration. and that has been bumping up
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against near term supply chain disruptions and, indeed, has been exacerbated by the fact that fiscal policy has been disincentivizing the return to work for much of the labor force. coupled with that we have seen the federal reserve continuing to purchase $40 billion a month in mortgage backed securities at the same time we have been seeing high home price growth in the double digital there have been errors in both fiscal and monetary policy. lawrence: the big question are going to be what is the fed going to do? are they going to raise interest rates? we have got to see about that. tyler, thanks so much for coming on the program. >> good to be with you. lawrence: you bet. coming up as college students get back to school. woke campuses await them. one taking action to protect free speech. she joins us next. ♪ thanks to imbruvica. imbruvica is a prescription medicine for adults with cll or chronic lymphocytic leukemia. it will not work for everyone.
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head back to campus the battle over critical race theory rages on the university of nebraska board of regents rejects a resolution designed to combat crt. nebraska's governor pete ricketts slammed the move. in the meantime what can conservative students too to navigate woke campuses here to weigh in is ricky slot, junior. >> thank you for having me. lawrence: ricky, one job to teach the theory, parts of the issue is starting to segregate some of the kids on the dorm. isn't that already illegal? >> it feels as though it should be but nyu and a lot of other schools around the country this new critical race theory segregationism has taken hold and we have -- you have racially segregated dorms on my campus as well as many throughout the country and that is extremely disheartening and concerning because ultimately it undermines martin luther king's vision, it
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undermines our nation's values of common humanity other immutable differences and it's hard to see that campus and truly regressive way. lawrence: rikki the young people i know they love each other democrats and republicans although they think they're a little crazy they still can hang out with each other. what do you think the motive is behind it are the professors driving this kind of division. >> i think there is a really deep ideological group to see oppressor vs. oppressed sort of neo marxist breakdown of society that has allowed for a lot of the civil unrest and a lot of the really unfortunate new version of segregation that we have seen on campuses. but i can agree with you and happily report that the majority of people i know don't act that way and comport themselves that way and we still uphold martin
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luther king's vision. we see each other as human beings first and for most. unfortunately there is still that small radical contingent and that ideology does run rampant on campuses, absolutely. lawrence: what's the vibe like on college campuses now? it used to be the simple liberal vs. conservative. is it deeper now? >> i think there is an interesting sort of schism on the left where we have true classical liberals who want to stand up for free speech and open expression and the experience of colliding with different viewpoints and having that conversation and a very liberal left that's rising. and so now we are seeing that two thirds of college students feel ideologically suppressed on campuses. and so, unfortunately, there is a bit of tyranny of the minority where the loudest voices and the most outraged and politically correct students on campus, unfortunately do hold the majority of power at times. but ultimately there is a plurality of students who want
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♪ >> we certainly have been watching what the taliban is doing. we have noted and we have noted with great concern the speed with which they have been moving. and the lack of resistance that they have faced. will: welcome back to "fox & friends." the taliban rapidly crossing across afghanistan as security forces render full control of southern and western part of the country. grave concern escalating in kabul where taliban fighter are closing in on the capitol city and u.s. marines are rushing to the evacuation of americans there our next guest served in
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the helmand province in afghanistan retired marine bomb technician and fox news contributor joey jones joins us now. joey, good to see you this person this morning. let's start with, this man. i think most people have come to be familiar with your story. know you fox news and know you sacrificed a great amount in afghanistan. you are not the only one. tell me how it feels. tell me your perspective as one who has given so much to fight for afghanistan to see what's happening now? >> it's not one of those things where i need to know that we have won that war to mean something. i know my sack faces meant the men around me survived and this country did better. we haven't had a 9/11 since 2001. that may be the only thing we get to hang our hat on afghanistan. what bothers me so much to have a commander-in-chief who comes out and displays not understanding the afghan security forces or the strengths of the talabani better or as well as i did as an e 6 on the
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ground taking bombs apart 11 years ago. i could have told you the minute they announced this that the security forces would not hold up and it's not because they are not honorable or they don't have the training. it's those things, too. it's because they are not indoctrinated they don't have a national identity. they care about the area they are from not the entire country. they just don't have the same perspective we do. we talk all the time about how afghanistan may never about be this western democracy because they have a different culture that's part of it too. he talks about 300,000 troops. how many of those 300,000 troops have their families threatened. how many were two provinces away from where they are from and it care sitting in to fight as well as two countries away. it's not their home. it's a different culture. to say 300,000 afghan security forces have the same motivations at taliban that's a look last 20 years and close your eyes and ears. will: when you went toe afghanistan both you and your fellow comrade in arms. what was your understanding of the objective? why did you go and therefore, in
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your mind. what is a proper ending to the afghan war? >> see, that's the problem. we started this war stating simply we are going to go kill the people that killed us and make sure they can't do it again. by the time i got afghanistan in 2010 it was, you know, make this place better for the women and children here. listen, i have my flesh to make that place better for the women and children. it's not say i don't care about that. but to understand that even our leaders didn't understand what our ultimate objective was when president trump started announcing to pull troops out of afghanistan. my sentiment was very simple. if you can't state an objective and tell us how we are going to meet and it why the blood and treasure matters then you should pull them out. you are derelict in duty as a leader. i'm talking about our military leaders and policy leaders to keep moving the goal post every midterm or presidential election to let the tail wag the dog almost. how can we get more votes on this issue rather than how can we win this war? generals used to say if i can win this battle they think i can't win that will make my
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career. now general's say if i can reinvent the strategy and right some tenet rule that will remake my career. the problem is that isn't outcome based we haven't been outcome wayed in afghanistan for a long time. will: i hint wanted we could have a longer conversation you and i just did. i want to talk about this a little bit of shameless self-promotion joey's promotion author man mine. latest en10ed of the will cain podcast you can hear joe and i talk about he gave his pound of flesh. anyone who knows joey knows that's the case. you gave both your legs in afghanistan it we spent an hour together talking about really your life. i think what's more important is your lessons. and, joey, i have got to till it was an amazing conversation. i appreciate you sharing so much. i hope everybody watching will go check it out will cain podcast. what you teach us in this podcast about truly how you look at life i think is something everyone needs to hear. >> what life taught me. i i'm one of hundreds of thousands and in the job i did
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as a marine, pretty low on the totem pole and wet behind the ears. the men heroes i looked up to kept me alive. i'm on a group text with them every day. those are people i still look up to. you said what i taught you. this is what life taught me and what good people invested in me. i think we all have that. will: responsibility as a super power. that's the title of the podcast that episode and it's joey's line and amazing line that i think applies to everyone whether or not you served in afghanistan or whether or not you served at all how you approach life in general. man, i love talking to you. please go get the will cain podcast. is he not going anywhere. i heard you bowl. >> a little bit. my mom is a lot better than i am. will: we are going to do bowling a little bit later in the show. i'm going to go now though to some people on the bowling lanes, rachel, lawrence and rick. over to you guys. lawrence: that's right. it's national bowling day and we have an annual "fox & friends" tradition back on the fox square. rachel: joining us now is jim decker president of the bowling
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proprietors association of america. i love bowling. i grew up bowling my mom worked at a bowling alley and i was in a bowling league on saturday and so was ricky. rick: trophy in junior high when not everyone got trophies i actually won a bowling tournament. bowling is back. people couldn't go inside for so long. bowling is back. >> bowling is definitely back, yes. bowling is just the perfect venue for people to people love to rec create, socialize, bowling is the perfect venue for that. rachel: it's a great family thing to do. every now and then what should we do? go bowling. a great way to get together. lawrence: are you going to teach us the proper form because i always feel like i'm not doing it the right way. >> actually, we will have julian teach you today. rachel: real quick, national bowling day. it's always the second saturday of august. i didn't know that. so here we are.
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67 million people take to the lanes every single day. >> it's the largest participation sport in america. rick: what can you tell us about you are bowling -- bowling owners is how represent. how hard has this time been and what are people feeling now about what is coming? >> we have been high hyper vigilant about practicing safe protocols for the safety of not only our customers but our employees. we have just really been trying to demonstrate that bowling is a safe environment. rick: we have a safe environment out here for bowling. we will be doing it all morning long. right now i will take this away from you and talk about weather. put up the weather map. talking about tropical depression fred. this had been tropical storm, became tropical depression just means a little bit weaker than it had been. a lot of interaction with land. when you look at the satellite image you can't see anything that looks significant from the storm at least at the center of the storm anyway. that's good news. that said, latest on the
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hurricane track, pulled it a little bit further off on the west. we had been thinking maybe something around appear latch cola now thinking something farther to the west maybe around pensacola. maybe further west into alabama. be watching this because it's going farther west it has a little bit of time to strengthen probably 60 mile-per-hour storm headed toward that coast line somewhere now late monday. i want to bring this up. a new tropical storm getting into the meaty part of hurricane season. tropical storm grace behind us. another five to six days from now. lawrence: rick got us some custom balls. lawrence: rachel got custom heels. rachel: up next biden is making his message loud and clear. plus with woke curriculums on the rise, more families are looking -- we have been talking about that on the show. two teachers took their kids out of school join us next to tell us how to home school ♪
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♪ will: we're back with headlines, four people hurt after a grocery store front collapses in las vegas. a witness says he was walking toward the store when the front crumbled forward. firefighters pulled one person from the rubble and three others managed to get out on their own. all four were taken to the hospital for treatment but expected to be okay. it's unclear what caused the collapse. an investigation is ongoing. and two st. louis deputies fired after working as private security guards for congresswoman cori bush. the city's sheriff say the sheriffs never filled out the necessary forms or got license to do it. records show bush had spent at least $70,000 on security since taking office despite her push to defund the police. president biden teams up with a social media star to promote the covid vaccine. seth phillips is known as dude with a sign on instagram. he posts pictures of himself hold oago cardboard sign in random public places and he met with president biden at the white house last week. the two each held up a sign
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urging young people to get vaccinated. >> thank you, will. schools are opening up again many parents and teachers are choosing another route. home schooling. estimates show 5 million students were home schooling in march of this year. that's doubled since the start of this pandemic. so what should those considering the switch need to know? joining me now to discuss is home school advocate carrie mcdonald and former teachers arlene that and robert brown. thank you all for joining me today. i'm going to start with you, carrie. so, a lot of patience are looking at it. i know i thought about it but it terrifies me. so, tell me what's the first thing if you are thinking about it that you need to do to get started on home schooling or to process whether your family is the right family to do this. >> good morning. yes. there has been extraordinary growth in home schooling numbers over the past year. i think a lot of families
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realize that home schooling isn't as intimidating as they may have previously thought. they are realizing that there are very online learning resources available to them that are really high quality. much better in many cases than zoom schools that kids have been participating in. and many of these programs are free or low cost. they are also able to connect with local home school groups. that's often my first piece of advice is find facebook groups or other social networks in your local area. they have seen tremendous growth and numbers as well this year and typically really welcoming of perspective home coolers who are just trying to see what's available in their local area and can be incredibly supportive in finding curriculum and activities and overall encouragement. >> teachers who decided to do this home school route. obviously you have some advantages over those of us who aren't teachers. what are. so challenges and what are the things you love about it. >> some. challenges would be to to really
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unschool yourself and to realize that home schooling has so much freedom. we can go as slow or as fast as we need to. and some of the best parts of it are just looking at your children and knowing that they are learning from you and learning from life experiences. >> yes. you know, we were inspired by former president trump and melania trump and take our power pack as parents. we are the first educators of our children. and, you know, you don't have to be super smart or, you know, know everything, but when your kids see that you can get the answers and that mom and dad are still learning, it inspires them to learn as well and they see that hey, you know, this is -- omni directional. learning is not just linger. and it's a discovery of, you know, what you can do together as a family and we have just enjoyed this new path that we
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have chosen to take with our families and we thank god for this opportunity. rachel: what are the challenges for you? >> i would say that we have an 11-month-old and my wife has her on the hip and she has her needs as a little baby. rachel: yeah. >> each of the children has a different learning need. that can be a challenge to seeing how to differentiate the learning to meet their needs now that my wife is staying at home. rachel: one of the things i find so interesting and appealing about the idea of home schooling is that can you do so much in a compressed time. our kids go to school for 8 hours a day and they still come home with stacks of work sheet to do. i am like what the heck have you been doing all day? tell me about the family time actually, you know what? we have got head out. they are giving me a hard break here. we have so much more to talk about with you. i'm actually going to consider bringing you on to my podcast
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♪ just a little bit ♪ just a little bit ♪ just a little bit ♪ rachel: welcome back to "fox & friends." it's bowling, national bowling day today. and we are here with will dain and lawrence as well as with us. welcome, you guys, good morning. will: i keep finding out obviously what's going to be happening here we are going to have a little bit bowling competition later in the show.
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i keep finding out we are paying home games for various anchors. rachel was in a bowling league. rachel: whoever thought that? my mom worked in a powelling alley and i was on a bowling league as a kid. will: apparently lawrence was rick reichmuth. i don't know if you grew up bowling. lawrence: i have no idea. i'm an amateur but i'm a great learner. i'm a great student. and i'm athletic. so, let's put it to the test. will: if he doesn't say so himself. will: those are beautiful. rachel: i'm going to switch into these right now they are so amazing cool bowling shoes. lawrence: they are really nice. will: however this competition takes place i'm going for it. i will promise you. lawrence: what happened the last time we challenged each other? who took home the trophy? rachel: not will. will: i went bowling a month ago first time i tried spinning the ball. that's what the pros do. that's what ernie mccracken did. that's what you do. we will see if the spin works. may not win but look good going
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down. lawrence: i think rachel may win today. lawrence: can you bowel in the heels though? rachel: i will. i'm hispanic, la tina, we do everything in heels. lawrence: going to be a fun show today. rachel: it is. lawrence: president biden is on vacation in camp david despite taliban taking over in afghanistan. rachel: controls half of the country's pro-vin shall capital u.s. troops are rushing in to evacuate americans. will: lucas tomlinson is live in washington as the taliban moves forward moves in on the capital of kabul. good morning. >> good morning, the taliban seven miles outside of kabul and have the capital surrounded. the first group of marines have arrived to start evacuating americans. >> the city. and they have throughout this last few weeks, you have seen it for yourself. taken over border crossings. taken over highways and major
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intersections. >> in his first public appearance in days ashraf ghani vowed not to give up on what he called the achievements of the last 20 years. the tall ban have seized over half of afghan's pro-vin shall capitals $85 billion on afghan army. officials sacrum bled. until kandahar their spiritual home. 3,000 u.s. troops to arrive to evacuate troops from the embassy. destroying accepts tiff information at the facility that cost over $700 million to build. despite county carpg, the pentagon refusing to call this a combat mission. >> these soldiers and marines, they are full kitted out. putting on night vision goggles, landing in kabul taking on positions at the airport. they are going to a combat zone, are they not? >> they are certainly going into harm's way, lucas. they will have the right of self-defense. they will be armed. >> mitch mcconnell's the u.s.
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to ramp up airstrikes to save the afghan government. some u.s. veterans want to pull all americans out and level the embassy. will, rachel, lawrence? will: nice job lucas and nice job seeking answers. rachel: absolutely. lawrence: will, i have to say you had a great interview with johnny joey jones earlier today. we talked about this earlier. i just want them to define what the mission is i don't think that's too hard for us to ask. the beginning of this was to get the bad guys that harmed us and it just seemed like it turned into nation building and trying to build schools and hope the women there and you just got to ask yourself, should it have been it the original mission and let people fight for their own country? will: yeah, you know, i think that's a question 20 years in the making. now the real question becomes clearly we are committed to leaving afghanistan. that's clear, i think now through two presidential administrations, the question is how do so you so and how quickly do you do so. charlie hurt by the way a fox news contributor has been
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talking about this withdrawal of troops from afghanistan. the speed, the strategy from president biden. here's what charlie hurt had to say on hannity. >> this is not just a difficult situation that he is making infinitely worse right now. this is a situation that joe biden has owned from the beginning. this is a war that joe biden voted for 20 years ago. this is a war that joe biden as vice president served years over -- helping oversee for 8 years longer than donald trump, longer than george w. bush oversaw this war. will the raining foreign expert in washington longer than anyone else arrive today. longer than john kerry. he owns this and he owns the middle east and he owns the mexican border. it's so interesting what he is saying because it's true that joe biden has been there longer
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than anybody, his fingerprints are all over this policy. all the mistakes that have happened all the way matt schlapp. there are a lot of problems. and charlie alluded to it at the end there. also the border that's burning, we have got afghanistan. and iflation and this president, joe biden, doesn't work full time. this is a full time job and the guy is constantly taking break he is or naps or whatever he is doing. lawrence: while we are sending troops. >> let me tell you this. say what you will about donald trump, lo him, hate him. the one thing you can say about that man is he worked hard. he gave 100 percent of his time to this job. 110% of his time to this job. he donated and no one ever doubted that he was working at all hours for america. >> never been worse than right now. and it's really disheartening as an american to see a president
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so checked out. lawrence: will, to charlie's point about joe biden's experience. i don't know if people remember this back in 2008. when president then senator barack obama became the nominee, the reason why they put joe biden on the ticket was because of his foreign policy experience. because he was the chairman of the senate foreign relations committee. and so to see this guy have zero credibility on this issue after being in office so long, being over the committee so long still not be able to get this right so telling. will: meanwhile we turn to other international reels, covid origins that's been quickly rejected by china as political on that i believe we can agree with china the w.h.o. has been completely politic sided and i'm not sure i would trust a new investigation into the covid origins to the w.h.o. now, that being said, obviously as it is information point more
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and over time the covid-19 spread originalating out of the wuhan virology lab. here is dr. peter, danish broadcaster by the "wall street journal" broadcaster tv in denmark. and here's what he had to say lab located on the second of december 2019. that's the period where it all started we know that when you move a lab it disturbs everything. that entire procedure is always disruptive element in the daily work routine of the lab. so in december. early december of 2019, the lab moves, ex post facto. correlation causation. that's what we need to find out and international pandemic then takes place. lawrence: a couple of things. w.h.o., why now? why are you guys trying to do an investigation? when all of the evidence is hidden now after they have suppressed voices, doctors come
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up missing now you want to have a real investigation. number two, why are we just now finding out about this lab modify? we are over a year and a half, almost two years into this scandal and we just now find out about this? meanwhile, we got to go after the media right now because they suppressed, again, this story about the leak, they said it was disinformation. it definitely impacted the coverage in the last election. they pretended like all of these folks were crazy when they had sources to suggest what we're now seeing right now. rachel: not just sources but just intuition tells you, the first thing donald trump says well there is a lab there, senator cotton also said that and you said, lawrence, they called this fringe conspiracy. take a look. >> the wuhan lab, we know that it's virus was man made or modified or anything like that. agencies now have been task edwith trump world favorite
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conspiracy theories. donald trump is still pushing the debunked finding that is not true. >> you probably heard from certain corner of the right is this theory that the coronavirus, quote, escaped from the lab. >> another fringe theory is that the coronavirus is man made. >> the world health organization says this lab leak theory is extremely unlikely. >> it trump's particular claim that the virus was linked from a wuhan lab has been disputed by many experts and scientists. will: laughable. >> just so crazy. remember, it wasn't just fringe, also considered racist to suggest that, you know, the virus leaked out of this lab. even though, as you mentioned, lawrence, there were whistleblowers who suddenly disappeared it -- disappeared out of china. you know who did know or who should have known, who didn't raise his voice. lawrence: fauci. rachel: exactly. fauci had pretty much laundered american money through his buddy
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peter daszak ecohealth lab. that you will money went to the wuhan lab. when donald trump suggested this came from the chinese lab and tom cotton did, too. did dr. fauci say anything? nothing. that guy is so -- been so discredited. he should have been the first person to say, listen, we have got to look into that lab because i sent money through my friend peter daszak to that lab and that could have been -- and i bet he probably knew that that lab had as well. will: he wasn't just wrong he had a conflict of interest. simply more than being incompetent and points to more than simply being wrong. as for the media really quickly, i think it's so important to remember the misinformation and once again proven wrong. it's not just this story. that's the point. whether or not it's hunter biden or this story they will try to o silent any voice of dissent total monday monolithic group
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think. set aside right or wrong banished. trump is banished. tucker carlson is targeted. if you dare go against that think tank party line you must be silenced. remember that as they feed you the next round of b.s. you have and i think we have another example of that. lawrence: not just them before we move on, and you correctly talk about how they moved on. on this story, specifically, some people decided that they were going to say well, we got it wrong. as you noticed, some of the websites that had these stories, they just removed them. they just removed. as if they never happened. that's why we bring you next story fact check egg the fact checker. the "new york post" editorial board called out the pants on fire partisan. revealed fact checking site's co-founder for plagiarism. check this out. this is a quote. snopes.com describes itself as
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fact checker site turns out to be the source of misinformation. co-founder are has written dozens of plagiarized speeches. many of them attacked will. politico. they cover for the partisan left wing opinion. this is nothing new. this is what they do. they just got caught. rachel: right. as of former political spouse, i know very much about the fact checkers. and they are almost singularly focused on republican members of congress and that's what they do. they are really just an arm of the democrat party of this one group think that you talked about, will. and they are often wrong. we need to fact check the fact checkers. the problem for me is that we are all beginning to just lose trust in everything. there is such a distrust in institutions because of everything that's coming out from, you know, 9 things we brought up at the wuhan lab. with what are people to do, will? will: they create. this is why this is important.
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they create a pseudo reality. it's like the matrix but not plugged. in it's a reality that doesn't exist. relates where kids right now are dying left and right from covid. it's a reality where unarmed black men are being gunned down in the streets by the police. it's a reality where the covid virus originated from a wet market. none of it is real. it's a pseudo reality. most americans walk around with that sort of mainstream thought that washes over them and they think the world is a certain way that it is not. they are literally shaping reality with lies. and it's our job, the best that we can, to cut through. it's our job to force people or allow people to see through back to reality. lawrence: you travel the country, rachel you travel the country i i'm on the road as well. the country is starting to reject this nonsense. you see it in the polling. they shape narratives they believed joe biden for a while. right now everything, even covid he has dropped 10 points who it comes to his handling. i think americans are seeing the reality, you see the polling when it comes to the media and
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trust in the media, that's dropping as well. i think people are believing their eyes. they are sick of it they are sick of the lies. rachel: absolutely. so right, lawrence. so right. all right. we are going to turn now to some headlines, a chicago police officer is seriously hurt after being dragged by a car during a traffic stop. police say driver reversed his car pinning the officer pulling him about 40 feet. the officer is expected to be okay. police are still looking for the suspect. now, this comes less than a week after chicago police officer ella french was shot and killed during a traffic stop. a biden administration issues a third round of sanctions on cuban officials. the treasury department now targeting two cuban interior ministry leaders and the red berets military unit for violent crackdowns on people protesters. the department says each played a role in, quote, depressing the people's calls for freedom and respect for human rights. hunter biden's art exhibition
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will be invitation only that according to the gallery owner representing the president's son at two art owners in los angeles and new york. the pieces are expected to sell for anywhere between, get, this 75 and $500,000. the gallery owner defended the hefty price tag saying they signify hunter's, quote. heroic journey. i would just like in all of this. will: pseudo reality. rachel: emotion evoked by his work. i don't know if that gallery owner saw the last case with prostitutes. i think my kid can do that. will: i don't hate that art. i hate the idea that it's a heroic journey. lawrence: right. rachel: do you think it's worth $500,000? >> obviously not. lawrence: everybody knows that's
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the best way to funnel money and not track it anyway, up next, shocking video shows a man opened fire in broad daylight on the streets of new york as americans grow more concerned with the rise in violent crime. will: what did vice president harris accomplish? turns out even some of her biggest fans? i don't know. ♪ ♪ will: more from those supportive students coming up. ♪ ♪ one, two! one, two, three! only pay for what you need! with customized car insurance from liberty mutual! nothing rhymes with liberty mutual. only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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lawrence: impeachment investigation into the governor andrew cuomo once he steps down. the chamber's top says they cannot impeach and remove an elected official who is no longer in office. but republicans are call out albany democrats for not holding cuomo accountable for the state nursing home crisis. scherie murray a new york resident who run for aoc congressional's seat. also the executive director of unite the fight.
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thanks so omuch for joining the program. what is your reaction to the democrats ignoring the nursing home scandal. sherry, are you there? [broken audio] lawrence: okay. we're going to try to get sherry back because we also want her to talk about what the crime that is happening in new york city. you guys may have seen as we played it earlier a gunman opened fire in broad daylight in the streets of new york city. now, our new fox news polling is showing that people are extremely and very concerned with that. the crime in the country. do we have sherry back, guys? >> i'm here, lawrence. lawrence: hey there, we want to get your response to the crime that's happening in new york. our fox news poll something showing that folks are really
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concerned about it. 81%. >> well, i mean, the crime has gone up here in new york city as you can see from the gun wielding man that was chasing after another in manhattan out in harlem. so we really need tough on crime and compassionate enough to work with our mentally disturbed. i mean, we have seen crime in nyc failed our mental population. and i personally join voices with our. [broken audio] calling for. [broken audio] lawrence: i'm so association cherry, we are having deck nickel difficulties that same polling 70% of favor their police. despite the narrative going out in the mainstream media. crime is up all across the
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justin herbert needed to knock down five drones. the drones were no match for the nfl's star laser throws and pinpoint accuracy. that is something right there. go get them. rachel: that's pretty impressive. well, thanks, will. vice president kamala harris approval ratings are dropping as some college students hold on for love for the v.p. but don't ask them to name any of their policies. i want to get your thoughts on our vice president kamala harris. what do you think of her? is she doing a good job in office? >> i think. so i really agree with a lot of the policies that she has been putting out. it's amazing to have a woman vice president. i think she is doing great. >> what policies specifically do you agree with? >> i don't know. [laughter] can you tell me some? >> not any specific ones. >> no, honestly, i don't really keep up with politics. >> campus reform reporter ophelie jakeson interviewed those students and she joins me
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now with more. ophelia, i just love your name. and, two, tell me what to make of this. these are college students and frankly they are just so unimpressive. >> that's exactly right. when i asked students to name a specific policy or accomplishment that they liked about kamala harris, they couldn't do it. and that just goes to show that my generation is really up informed when it comes to politics. i'm not saying these student have to be obsessed with politics to know everything that's going on but at least knowing why you are voting for a candidate or why you are voicing your support for a candidate, that would help because, you know, they are voting and looking forward to 2022 and even to 2024 it's really imperative that these students learn to critically think for themselves and why they are supporting a politician. rachel: absolutely. you also asked the student about harris' handling of the border. take a look. >> how do you think she is handling the border. >> i don't have a quote on that. not well. i think we need reform at the
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border and that's not happening from her which is surprising. from what i have heard the conditions there at the border with not the best. she needs to like control the border, yeah. i say let them cross the border. but that's just me. rachel: ophelia, they seem to know at least she is not doing her job as the person in charge of the border. that was a little bit reassuring. >> a little bit. i have did have students know what is going on southern border. they went back to the talking point that kamala harris is the first female vice president. that's why they were so supportive of her. last time i checked. excellence isn't measured by race or gender. it's measured by action. r50eu9 now there is a lack of action and lack of leadership at our southern border. you know, going back to this whole idea of identity politics that these college students seem to be so hung up on. you know, as woman. i want to be respected and promote in the workplace not because i'm a female but because of the work and content that i produce. there is a double standard whether it comes to identity
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politics. let me tell you last year i did a video with the leadership institute's campus reform talking about supreme court justice amy coney barrett when she was nominated. you know, she made history as the first mother with school aged children to serve on the court. but these students didn't want to support her even if she made history because she was a conservative and because she was nominated by former president trump. so that just goes to show the identity politics backfires on them when it's the other side of the spectrum. rachel: amy coney barrett's sorority disavowed themselves from her and as you said we don't see the same kind of support whether it's for kayleigh mcenany or kellyanne conway, but whether you ask them why kamala harris' approval numbers are low, here's what they said. >> 48% of americans say they disapprove of the job kamala harris is doing in office and that's lowest rating of a vice president since the 1970s, what's your reaction to this. >> interesting that the first kind of woman and person of
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color is getting low ratings. >> she a woman of color. so it's like probably a little bit of a skew. >> i'm not super surprised about that. knowing the racism and, you know, misogyny in this country. >> counter productive for women. that there is just this sort of automatic response. if there is any criticism of liberal won, it's automatically misogyny, racism. what does that do for women in the workplace in the long run? >> it's degrading for women. just the fact that these were blaming low approval rating on the fact that she was a woman and person of color shows how divided we are in this country. based on the type of education that these students are getting in the classroom. they are being indoctrinated into thinking that everything is based on racism and bigotry. but, in reality, it's not. so students, again, they really
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need to start critically thinking for themselves because the stakes are too high for students to go into the voting booth uninformed like they show in this video. rachel: not just the voting booth. they are all going into the board rooms and into office and these are the future leaders and this is what we have to look forward. to say a little depressing. we are glad you are here ophelia, you are the hope for the future. thank you for joining us this morning. >> thank you. rachel: great reporting. john durham is presenting evidence before a grand jury as part of his russia investigation. could this mean more criminal charges are coming? sean duffy will react next. can't wait to see him. plus, it is national bowling day and we are hitting the lanes out on fox square. one charity is using strikes and spares to help americans' veterans. we will meet them coming up ♪ ♪
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your clothes. >> greg: i already do that. will: there you go. that's how you plan. i'm with you lawrence, i'm not a planner. you think you were a planner. i don't think i have ever been a planner. rachel: if you have kids you definitely can't plan. so you can do two things. many. will: not a planner? rachel: don't i don't plan maps. will: are you the planner in the family then sean duffy fox news contributor and former congressman? rachel: he manages the family's schedule, very very well. [inaudible] >> rachel organizes everything roll get out of here. will: got a little bit of audio trouble with sean. here's what we're going to do, sean, i'm going to play -- we're requesting to play a spot of governor phil murphy -- i'm
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sorry piece of sound. here is phil murphy new jersey has is imposing mask mandate on school children. starting to lockdown. meanwhile he takes a vacation off to its for some -- rachel: to his vale la. lawrence: he is just like you guys. rachel: he says he is just like us. will: making on the back end we will have sean's audio up and running. >> listen, i'm no different than any other family. after this past 17 months, just having a few days together is something that i think all of us want to do with their family. and i'm looking forward to that. will: there we go. lawrence: sean, 23 bedrooms at your house? will: probably, need them. [laughter] lawrence: 23? sean: was rachel turning my microphone off? i don't want to hear him anymore. i have got to turn him off.
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rachel: it sean, do you think he is having cheese kurds in that villa? >> this is not wisconsin villa this is italian villa. when you are in republicans you serve your people. take a vacation maybe go a national park or go vamping or get vrbo or brb. off to italy a 23 room multimillion dollars mansion. remember when senator cruz went to cancun and the media lost their mind. he was a senator. not a governor. not having the responsibility of dealing with the crisis in the state proximate result phil murphy in new jersey is actually responsible for, you know, an expansion of covid and the expansion of the delta variant. he is masking up kids in schools. he is putting requirements on businesses. this is an idiotic political move. he should stay home and deal with the state and the crises that are burning in new jersey. rachel: italy has like a travel advisory right now. it's just hypocrisy. but as we said before, will.
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he is just so sophisticated. will: always remember that. rachel: i will always remember that. lawrence: sean, we wanted to switch gears with you on this side. there is now new evidence being presented to the grand jury in the durham's russia probe a sign that he may be considering additional criminal charges. do you think we have finally see some type of movement? >> well, lawrence, i think a lot of us have kind of forgotten about durham. we expected some report to come out a year ago or a year and a half ago. and he was in the back of my mind. he was actually a welcome surprise to know that he is actually alive and well and continuing the investigation and has grand jury activated. but, will i do have great hopes that we are going to see the fbi and the cia exposed for what they did for two years that led us through a political maize with the russia collusion story. i don't think that we are. but, also, what it does, lawrence, it reminds me as a lot of republicans had concerns
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about the last election and yes we have engaged in the conversation about how different states benefit democrats versus republicans? we think back go actually democrats through the fbi and the cia spent years trying to discredit donald trump through their russia collusion hoax. and the fact that everyone should have a right to talk about election and election fraud and election integrity but the fact that the democrats are able to use the government to advocate for their position that donald trump was a fraudulent elected president is outrageous. rachel: absolutely. feels like police state tactics were used to take down a sitting president. and, i also don't feel like -- we have been talking all morning about facing government and institutions and how it's so deteriorated. and i'm not expecting anything to come out of durham. but, if it did, it might actually restore some faith that now we have in our government. we know now that the only person
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who, you know, was had the russian, you know, after them for potentially was hunter biden, these latest tapes that came out show the collusion and the compromising was actually on that side. >> i'm not holding my breath, rachel. what i am excited for this morning is watching you bowl in high heels. i have heard a lot about bowling skills and growing up in a bowling alley. rachel: i didn't grow up in a bowling alley, my god. will: grow up in a bowling alley. >> the story changes this morning. rachel: is he fact checking me. will: you haven't seen her bowl. rachel: he has. rachel: we have gone bowelling with the kids before. >> i have. but not in heels. right? i haven't seen her bowel in heels in ayou.
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see you soon. will: turning to headlines. the biden administration will offer aid to florida school leaders defy mask mandate. the education secretary writes the department stands with these dedicated educators who are working to safely reopen schools and maintain safe, in person instruction. the desantis spokesperson calling out the white house for. ing to spend money on elected officials who, quote, don't believe parents have a right to believe what is best for their children. the federal government is stepping in and interfering with florida's politics. the academy, get, this get this. the academy of breath feeding medicine suggests replacing words like breast milk with gender neutral alternatives. the organization issuing this list as a, quote: guideline. general guideline. instead of saying breast feeding
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they recommend chest feeding. human milk feeding or simply lactating instead of breast milk becoming a word i have never used more on television in the last two minutes they recommend saying parent's milk or simply milk. rachel: this is so insane i can't even stop. i can't. i can't. you know,. will: i will tell you what's happening, lawrence he we are losing our collective mind. rachel: it start with la leche league. earthy moms encouraging everyone to breast feed. they wrote book called the art of breastfeeding. beautiful thing women can do, -- that women can do and men can't. and, therefore, we should stop saying parent's milk and chest feeding and call it what it is because it's a beautiful thing that women can do and only we can do it. i'm not going to let men take it from us. please. will: these children starve trying to breastfeed chest feed
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on a male, then we are going to be language describe why these children are starving. rachel: we just had sean on and i can tell you of -- i breast fed all nine children. did he none of it. there we go. lawrence: let's turn to meteorologist rick reichmuth for our fox weather forecast. rick: i feel really entire by this entire conversation. will: you should. rachel: i did it just to make you feel uncomfortable. rick: can somebody count how many times breastfeeding was just said. rachel: it's a beautiful, natural thing. rick: it is and they are saying gets to weather. get to weather. i'm in a golf car because we are golfing -- bowling. not golfing. we are bowling today that's why i'm in a bowling pin car. fred, a little bit of rain coming into south florida. the general track of the storm has moved off to the west. pretty good news for florida still going to get rain from
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this but less than we had forecasted. center of the storm moving across land far west panhandle of florida some time monday afternoon now. behind that here is another storm tropical storm grace really active part of the season. looking to make a pretty similar track to what we saw fred take because of land interaction probably not that strong of a storm either. the rain showers today across parts of florida. going to see big storms moving across the northeast. it's going to be great news because it is going to cool things down and dryhings out after that rain and take a look at all this moisture again across four corner he is incredible monsoonal activity continues. guys, back to you. lawrence: as long as can i go for -- will: i want to see you climb out of that car. rick: get the camera off really fast. not going to be pretty. rachel: it's a cool car. lawrence: it is. still ahead dogs the bounty hunter is getting married. we will talk to the couple later this morning. rachel: up next, been talking about it all morning.
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lawrence: so it's national bowling day and we are celebrating on fox square. rachel: bowlers to veterans link was founded to support america's heroes. since then they have raised more than $53 million for our vets. will: joining us now is chairman of bowlers to veterans league chairman and mike fisher and familiar face, of course, joey jones as well. lawrence: thanks for being with us. will: thank you, guys. talk about bowling first for just one moment. national bowling day which i'm excited about. >> we are, too. will: whether or not you are good it's fine. bowel something a good time. more people seem to be realizing that. through the pandemic this has been a sport that's been on the rise. >> we bring people together, total opposite of social
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distancing. and people are longing to be together. so we are in the right place at the right time. so go bowling, america. [laughter] >> while they are bowling we always raise money for the vets. and bowling centers and bowlers have been doing it for almost 80 years and we do it joyfully, we celebrate veterans like mike and joey every single day. and we want to brighten their lives. that's what our mission is and that's what we do. lawrence: mike, tell us about this organization and what it means to you. >> let me talk about vet centers organization in the department of veterans affairs provides counseling to veterans, active duty service presence and their families. really our role is about creating connection and community around counseling as well as being able to do therapeutic recreational activities that's really what's connected us to john and his team some of that counts links can be outdoor activities like guardenning, yoga as well as bowling. we are excited about this
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partnership. >> you raise money locally? >> in every community and the correction between where the money goes and where it's spent in a good way works for us. a charity that comes from individuals, just a dollar at a clip. so when you think 5 million dollars, you don't think of big checks you think about quarters in a bucket and it comes from the heart larnsz lawrence very important. >> speaking of this, is there a check? >> there is a check, right? >> check right now. >> we like big checks? wow, look at that. >> look at that. on behalf of all the bowlers in america bbl we are happy to present a number of grants in the total of $100,000 to the vet centers mike, spend it wisely. >> thank you so much. thank you. >> amazing. >> i have known john for a little while. i know him through my sister he is only grown man i let call me
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babe. such an amazing guy and so giving. i appreciate you guys. >> it's a new york thing, sorry. will: great cause and contribution. we will be bowling throughout the morning. don't go anywhere. big show still ahead. dan bongino, kayleigh mcenany, joey is going to stick around. rick is going to hit the lanes. rick can bowl. watch this. ♪ he lanes, they're right behind you. reunite with your team. go bowling.
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heels. >> look at her flexing show off for the camera badge home with the kids so excited to see them this morning. we have joey jones with us. >> that we are going to get to later on in the show. we have to go straight to this fox news alert. a live look at the u.s. embassy in kabul and afghanistan where american troops are rushing to evacuate these americans that are there. rachel: the taliban is just seven miles from the capital city right now. will: lucas tomlinson is live with a report of u.s. action against the taliban. lucas? >> that's right, guys. reports u.s. jets are hitting the taliban outside kabul over fears the capital could fall in a matter of days. the first u.s. marines have arrived to start evacuating americans. turning over all u.s. bases the afghans, u.s. drones, bombers and ac 30 gun ships fly from bases qatar and uae little. can't fly over iran they fly over air quarter in pakistan.
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first public appearance in recent days ashraf ghani vowed not to give up on what he called the achievements of the last 0 years. the taliban have ceased over half of the capitals. the u.s. spent over $85 billion on the afghan army. officials say it has crumbled. this week the taliban conquered her roth and kandahar spiritual home. 3,000 u.s. troops facility cost $700 million to build. despite being crushed insist the afghans still have the advantage. >> you have say afghan forces have the advantage. what proof can you offer? >> the resistance this they have faced has been insufficient to stop -- to check those advances does not mean, lucas, that the advantages aren't still there. >> mitch mcconnell wants the u.s. to ramp up airstrikes. some u.s. veterans just want to pull all the americans out and level the embassy.
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will, rachel, lawrence? will: thanks so much, lucas. bring in joey jones he served in helmand province in afghanistan. i can't think of anyone better to get perspective on what's going down in that country. we spoke earlier this morning. set the stage first. obviously you have given a lot to the war effort in afghanistan. you are not alone in that fact as you watch it unfold today, what are your thoughts. >> my thoughts were the 3,000 marines going there to do their job. make no mistake. this is exactly what the marine corps is supposed to do. we are a light weight move fast quick in a hurry get something kind of force. the occupying manner we had in iraq was really not what the marine corps trains to do. this is the kind of thing the marine corps is made for. so i have complete faith they are going to go in and get the job done. the worry and this is not to kind of put worry into everyone's heart. the worry is what happens if the taliban tries to target these marines and americans trying to pull out. that's really the big question.
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honestly, that's the first question that should be asked of joe biden as soon as somebody gets a chance to ask joe biden a question what do we do if the taliban targets marines or americans. let's hope they don't. and i don't think honestly they will. but they're also the taliban. so if something happens there and anyone is injured or you know, lost a life are we right just back in war again? that's my fear. lawrence: i have to ask you there has been nuanced consideration about should we lead do we leave the right way? what is your stand on it? did you favor leaving before but you don't like the way that they did it? where do you stand? >> my sentiment, when president trump made this mainstream especially among republicans my sentiment was simple. tell us what the objective is tell us how you are going to achieve it or pull the troops out. don't just leave us there so that can you continue to move the goal post around and in my opinion harvest votes every midterm or presidential election using deploying troops or
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bringing them home. make this actionable objective. we are bringing troops home because. we are leaving troops there because. lawrence: what do you think the original octave was. >> i know what it was when i signed on was to go kill the people who killed us and make sure they don't do it again. somewhere along the way we let politicians make us believe we are building nations. we literally moved a war from afghanistan to iraq and back in most people didn't notice. i mean, that's where we are. and do you know why? because we do it well. we didn't have the fight come lehr. and people weren't made or thankfully people weren't intimately connected to it as they went about their daily lives. it wasn't that big a deal. what i hope the american people get out of this is pay attention. ask questions. reward the people that answered them. rachel: i'm worried not just about the troops as you mentioned that are going over right now. i'm also worried about the little girls that we're hearing are being pulled out of their homes 12 years old and being
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forced into sex slavery breaks my heart. but i'm also worried about the morale of our military. they have been through so much. not just in afghanistan but even all this woke training that we're hearing and how demoralizing is this for just forget the leaders but just the everyday, you know, soldier right now? >> well, there is two things here. number one, the people serving right now today, not as many of them were fighting and leading in this war because it has been 20 years and relatively calm for awhile. the veterans sitting at home have a lot of mixed emotions. the group texts on my phone shows everybody from a rainbow to i hope they don't pull out of retirement to fix this for them and light hearted about it in that sense. the people serving now. there are 3,000 marines that are ready to roll. i can tell you that their morale is at the top. they are going to do their job. they are going to do it well and we are going to praise them for it as we should. get the job done, i can guarantee you that. will: it is a political question
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but i don't think it's a partisan question. now our approach to afghanistan has spanned four different administrations. and more approaches, perhaps. does it feel likes a we leave afghanistan to you, and i think i use that word purposefully. feel like. does it feel like your sacrifice was worth it? >> 9/11 happened in 2001. we haven't seen anything like it since. that's enough for me to hang my hat on and say under my watch we didn't let it happen again. it's too easy to say well, as long as we fight them there it doesn't come here. that's not true. lindsey graham is the honest politician on this why do we need to bring troops home? that's a question that needs to be answered. what does it feel like? i have to have faith in next generation because they are going to have a fight on heir hands. lawrence: finally joey, i have got to ask you this there is a lot debate going back and forth. i know there is always depositions between the soldiers and the brass. do you guys feel let down by the generals that are out there that decided they were just going to follow politics? >> i have never felt intimately
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connected to a general in any way. they show up, they look pretty, they say nice words. they trial to rile us up it's the individual unit leader down to the lowest corporal on the totem pole that are the leaders and that i put my faith in and keep me alive. that's not to disparage generals but take them off this pedestal that sometimes we put them on. i appreciate them. they are in uniform and i thank them for their service. you have got to understand we don't promote generals, congress and president does. and that means something today probably more than it ever has. it's probably more political today than it has ever been. rachel: i think a lot of people would agree with you on that. i'm going to bring up and move to another topic it's going to be a little sensitive to you because you are a georgetown grad, correct? >> yes. rachel: i have a brother and sister-in-law who are also georgetown grads. and we have someone from campus reform ophelia she went over to georgetown and interviewed a bunch of students on the street about the performance of kamala
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harris this is what they had to say. >> i want to get your thoughts on our vice president kamala harris. what do you think of her is she doing a good job in office. >> i think. so i agree with a pot of the policies she has been putting out. it's amazing to have a woman vice president. i think she is doing great. >> what policy specifically do you agree with? >> >> i don't know. [laughter] can you tell me some? >> not any specific ones? >> no, honestly, i don't really keep up with politics. rachel: how does that make you feel as a georgetown grad? >> i went to georgetown and mostly veterans. i was in a transfer school. and i had a fantastic time. i had professors that left the white house and came and talked to us like individuals and it was amazing. that's not the traditional program. will they are probably 18. i give them all the grace in the world. i think they are going to grow up and be fabulous americans. there are 28-year-old, 38-year-olds, 48-year-olds and 58-year-olds. these are the people who voted these people into office.
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they are the ones that can't answer those questions. those are the americans i expect more of. i don't mean that in any condescending way. i just said it a few minutes ago. be involved, learn, care about these issues even if you don't feel like they affect your house because they affect all of us. will: that's a good point those kids will grow into 30, 40, and 50-year-olds. to your point joey, 30, 40 and 50-year-olds can't answer the questions in same way still have that same certainty started somewhere. >> and when they come at you with some type of vindictive nature like they know more than you and that you are morally wrong for disagreeing with them, if that's what is being taught in these universities, then we are failing them. they are not failing us. 18-year-olds aren't failing us. we are failing them. and every one of them get do not marine corps and get under a small unit leader i would be happy to do it. lawrence: joey, that's the perfect segway do you think that we made a mistake by just giving the college campuses to the left. the cat is out of the bag now. >> absolutely. you know what? you want to bring it back, let's
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invest in trade schools. if you learn to be a welder you don't have time to worry about what someone calls you or, listen, law can do with your hands. my dad was a brick and block mason, there are monuments to my dad all over my town in the form of a foundation of a house or mailbox subdivision or front steps to a city building and that's leaving a legacy. and it will be great if we could teach our kids that that kind of legacy. not turn into mike rowe all of the sudden. leaving a legacy that matters. people foundation on top my dad laid you don't have to go to college with that. lawrence: build a legacy with debt. >> we didn't have credit much less have debt. you have to have credit to have debt. rachel: such a great point. we do overemphasize not just on college education but put a lot of trust. people making bad decisions that you are talking about in afghanistan. most of them come from the most elite institutions in america. and that's, you know, degree from that elite university doesn't necessarily mean you are any smarter than the brick
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layer. recommendation when i see those kids, i'm not disappointed in those kids. i see them as people i can still reach and still talk to and still get a message. to say you saw it in their eyes oh wow, i really don't know what i'm talking about, do i? it's also 2021. you have the first black female vice president and i learned this on gutfeld last night from one of my colleagues dagen mcdowell you can't disparage her in their world and that's the problem they don't feel empowered to say anything bad about her because of they may get canceled and it's better to be stupid than canceled in 2021. will: in fact they said that in the follow up click any type of negative must be attributed to misogyny and racism. joey mentioned something fascinating brought up trade school essentially have a purpose. figure out what your contribution to this world might be. joey and i talked a lot this week on the will cain podcast he had a line which i want to repeat which is responsibility is a power power. super power.you will hear aboutt that led to him losing his legs.
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really important why i encourage to you download forecast you hear joey's outlook on life. look i don't give gratuitous compliments and don't do it on tuition. it is fascinating. is he more than inspirational dude is he full of wisdom. lawrence: thank you for your service as always. >> i appreciate it, will. will: turning now to a few additional headlines a 13-year-old student is killed in a shooting at albuquerque middle school. students say he was trying to do escalate a fight during lunch break. when one of them pulled out a gun and opened fire. resource officer heard the shots and took the suspect into custody. that's an awful, awful story. the student be were only in third day of school when the shooting happened. investigationon going. the u.s. forest service stretched to its limit as firefighters centrallable to stay ahead of the wildfires raging out west. officials estimate 21,000 federal workers are battling at least 100 fires in 4 different states. california's dixie fire scorched
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over 537,000 acres making it one of the biggest in state history. officials say containment is still weeks away. and how about this? at least 74 people on march that's vineyard have tested positive for covid since president obama's maskless 60th birthday bash last weekend. it's the most cases the area has seen since april. local health officials say the cases have not been linked to the party at this time. this comes as one of the celebrity guests erika i do apologize for posting videos on the former president and his party and his family dancing without masks. and those are your headlines. lawrence: i don't think she should apologize for going to the party. will: she is apologizing for posting. will: posted up. rachel: a lot of people attacked her you exposed obama, blah blah blah. lawrence: you know what? it was his party. deal with it let's all get back to normal. i think the president led
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finally and i supports him for that. rachel: i do too. you get your party on and i'm going to get mine on, too. lawrence: erica, the president, you are welcome to join our party, too. will: you are each allowed to film and post it. rachel: it's still america. all right. the same day he touted progress in front of the american people, dhs secretary mayorkas said this behind the scenes. >> we're going to lose. this is unsustainable. we can't continue like this. our people in the field can't continue and our system isn't built for it. rachel: former acting deputy dhs secretary ken cuccinelli reacts to the alarming leaked audio and. lawrence: after the 40th annual veterans game took place this week we are shooting hoops with the gold medal winners. ♪ ♪ ♪ at usaa, we've been called too exclusive.
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audio obtained by fox. lawrence joining me now ken cuccinelli the former acting secretary for dhs. were you surprised secretary when you heard this audio? >> yeah. i was surprised. sadly i was surprised because it's the first honest accurate statement i have heard out of secretary mayorkas since he was sworn in about the border. lawrence: but i'm not sure i believe him. look, this is a guy who will pap der to the folks in front of him and remember who he was talking to. he was talking to the border patrol agents that protect you and me in this country and honestly, he has never cared about them. that goes back to his last time of service in the department of homeland security when he famously said, you know, the
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morale of these cbp officers is of no moment to me. he didn't care then. he doesn't care now. but he is talking to them and actions will speak louder than these words. so, is he going to follow through and actually make changes needed to push these numbers down and to take the strain off the border patrol agents who are just getting, you know del luged. said a thousand a day a crisis. we are 7,000 and counting. literally the worst logistical burden at our border in history. in history, ever. lawrence: you know, mr. secretary, the numbers don't lie. in july new numbers. 212,000. that's up 13% from june. >> yeah. yeah. it's like -- think of it this way, we just finished the olympics.
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it's like michael phelps break 50-meter record by 2 seconds. you know it's an explosion. it's an absolute explosion that they have been building it up. lawrence: what's the end game here? >> that's the problem. you have hit it on the head. there isn't an exit strategy here. they have -- they told their base oh, open borders, we're going to open the door, it will be great. we are going to get these people registered to vote even though they are illegal aliens and can you look at their voting bills on capitol hill and see that's what they are trying to do. however, because this is truly unsustainable in the real world, something we told them over and over and over. frankly, you just had a federal court order them to restart the remain in mexico program. and part of what they cited, the judge cited there was mark morgan's testimony about how in the transition from the trump administration to the biden
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administration in over 100 meetings with professionals, not the political folks, the professionals who work the border, they were told over and over that exactly what you are seeing happen is exactly what would happen. and they pressed ahead anyway and now they have backed themselves into a political corner that is costing america security every single day. lawrence: mr. secretary, we know you guys briefed them. we know the state department briefed them. then you have got to ask yourself the question was this boy design? i think we know the answer to this. because you have got a progressive left that has a policy of open borders, they don't believe anybody is, in fact, illegal. they don't believe in the legal channels that you should -- disrespecting the current immigrant that are here and then you think about the cuban people that are fighting in their own country. >> isn't that unbelievable. >> just incredible. you know, throughout our history, we have been just a
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beacon of light for those kinds of oppressed folks. and not disrespecting even illegal aliens who are coming on an individual basis. but that's not what they're coming from. right? they are not fighting evil and tyranny and oppression although sometimes i think we are here. so, but it is incredible dichotomy. it is a terrible policy by the biden administration. it's doing terrible harm to america. especially our poor people. lawrence: the american people see it that's why they're tanking on the polls on this issue. >> good to be with you. lawrence: you bet. indoctrination runs rampant in state schools. some are fighting back. that includes news break's governor. he joins us live after a quick break. ♪ ♪ ♪
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wilt will university of nebraska -- the state's governor refusing to back down committing to his fight to keep the controversial teachings out of nebraska schools. governor pete reicht joins me now. governor, good morning, thank you for being with us. >> good morning, thanks for having me on. >> will: toll me why you think this is the wrong move why the push critical race theory out of the university of nebraska is the right move forever your state. >> yeah, the resolution that had introduced was designed to make sure we are protecting the academic freedom of faculty and students who disagreed with critical race theory. because the thing 'critical race theory the proponents don't want
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to have a real debate they want to shut it down. we experienced this directly with the university of nebraska when the resolution was proposed the chancellor's office the university of maybe put out a statement anybody helping the university of nebraska was helping the ku klux klan which basically means if you are opposed to the critical race theory you are either stupid or racist. what that is really about is trying to shut down the conversation. will: right recommendation that's the point of the resolution is to stop this shutting down and painting anybody who wasn'ting to have a debate about this is a racist. it's really incredible that the whole reason for this resolution proved it when the university responded. will: well, governor, i think you have diagnosed, described critical race theory approach to its detractors exactly correctly. both under the surface and quite honestly explicably they say debate is not warranted. we don't want to hear from the opposition. that being said, what you just said is what they would say about your support of this resolution.
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they would say you're pushing out discussion. you are taking something off the table. why not allow for freedom of education by pushing critical race theory out of the classrooms, they would say you are trying to control what students are exposed. to say. >> well, this resolution actually wouldn't prevent critical race theory from being discussed in classrooms. in fact, the board of regents doesn't have direct purview over academic curriculum. what this would have been is prevented interest it from being imposed upon the staff. that's what we see across this country and not just as universities but in private companies that critical race theory is being pushed in training sessions and upon people at other different ways and so that's what we are trying to prevent here is you know, any time you see and, again, the chancellor's office was -- the chancellor talked about his journey of anti-racism and equity and those words all sound good but what they mean is pushing this critical race theory and, you know, for example, the word equity is
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about equal outcomes. equality is about equal opportunity. and that's the debate we have. our classrooms we teach about marxism. we have that debate. but then we don't try to push marxism through staff trainings on the faculty or private companies or things like that. so, that's really what the difference was. this was about trying to protect people from having it imposed upon them. will: of course it trickles down. starts in hr meeting and staff meetings and finds its way to students. and then it finds its way to the culture at large. all right, governor ricketts, thank you so much for being with us this morning. >> great, thank you very much for having me on. >> turn to your headlines atlanta woman is found shot to death in a neighborhood hours after she was reported missing. a witness says they called police after searing meriam being forced into a car at gunpoint. that call helped police find the car. the driver led officers on a high-speed chase that ended in a
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♪ >> we certainly have been watching what the taliban has been doing. we have noted and we have noted with great concern the speed with which they have been moving and the -- and the lack of resistance that they have faced. rachel: american troops speeding evacuation efforts that kabul as the taliban gains more ground amid a smaller u.s. military presence. our next guest was a commanding general responsible for preparing soldiers for deployment to afghanistan. and says biden's troop withdrawal plan is proving to be a disaster. here now with more is former arizona national guard general and current g.o.p. senate candidate in arizona michael maguire. michael, welcome to the show or i should say general. so, are listen, i was one of those americans who wanted america to become energy i want and get the heck out of the middle east and all these wars and so when donald trump
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suggested getting out and when biden said he wanted to get out, i supported both of them in that effort. what do you think went wrong with the execution of this withdrawal? j good morning, rachel, thanks for having me. i agree it's time for us to get on 20 consecutive one year wars. those consecutive one year wars have been led by a lack of natural strategic policy and are in no way is a reflection of the great service of my fellow servicemen and women that have served proudly over there and some of them making the ultimate sacrifice to your question about what went wrong we had a plan, i beat that the trump-pompeo condition based plan was abandoned by the biden administration simply because it was trump's plan we up and left and you are seeing what happens when there is a total vacuum
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when you evacuate. i pray this does not result like saigon did in 1975 but, unfortunately, it looks like it's trending in that direction and that would be a real shame and disgrace about our inability to leave with dignity and honor and hand something off to the afghanis. rachel: our military leaders at least from the perch i'm at seems so focused on, you know, woke policies and equity training and their seem really overly concerned about white supremacy everywhere is something i don't see. and people who disagree with the election who were at the capital on january 6th. had you distracted are the leaders in the military from your point of view with the real concerns of the military which should be our enemies, china, and a withdrawal like this? >> well, i can tell you that as a commanding general, you mentioned here in arizona, a commander of the national guard, we were focused on preparing
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soldier and airmen to meet the requirements that were dictated to them by the active army and other leaders. i, like you, am very concerned about the fact that the narrative inside d.c. seems to be somewhat insulated. not in touch with what's happening out in the field. and look no further than this debacle right now. i pray that everyone in kabul is safe. but we're just getting ready to conduct a -- i wish we would focus on fighting and winning wars and not focus on social justice issues as much. rachel: well, you are running for senate. against senator mark kelly in arizona. arizona is facing a lot of challenges at the border. we will be looking forward to talking to you more at another interview about some of the challenges facing arizona and about your campaign as well.
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so thank you so much, general, for joining us. >> thanks so much, rachel. i appreciate it i pray for everybody over there that are safe and we get our american servicemen and women and service workers home safely. we need to all be praying for that. rachel: amen. we are all praying too. of thank you, general. >> thank you. rachel: all right. lawrence: turning now to extreme weather. prep underway in florida as tropical depression fred is expecting to strengthen into a tropical storm and tropical storm grace isn't far behind after floating -- forming into the atlantic this morning. phil keating joins us live from marathon, florida with the latest. phil? >> good morning. after days of warnings, fred's rains finally started hitting the middle keys early this morning. right now we are in clearly a lull. it's really quite nice right now. next heavy bought of rain is expected in about 90 minutes from now. we should be getting about 2 to 4 inches throughout the weekend here in middle keys.
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the tropical system has been a surprise the past few days failing to regain tropical storm status longer than expected. staying very disorganized and yesterday moving westbound before it heads northbound across all of cuba. meaning likely it will now move west of key "access" west. so instead of two florida land falls it looks like one on monday up in the florida panhandle, perhaps somewhere between pensacola and panama city. and look at the other system following fred's footsteps directly footsteps. that's tropical storm grace forming overnight with 40 mile-per-hour winds. that one could become a hurricane next week and, again, threatening florida. fred is more than annoyance this weekend not too much strong for much worry but definitely a rainmaker. >> the dominican republic republican haiti have already seen what the storm is all about this wednesday. rain, lots of rain. and a lot of street flooding on areas like south florida that are already, well saturated. the miami and fort lauderdale
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area is no longer in the cone of concern but still with 3 to 7 inches of rain possible today and tomorrow, several sandbagging stations were set up from miami all the way north to tallahassee for those worried about flooding. a tropical storm warning remains in effect for half of the florida keys. no longer all of the keys, it starts here in marathon, seven mile bridge and goes westbound through key west in the dry -- there was also now as of this morning a tropical storm warning for puerto rico and the u.s. virgin islands, that is due to grace, all of south florida this weekend remains under a flood watch. back to you. lawrence: thanks, phil, praying for those folks there now let's turn to our chief meteorologist rick reichmuth for our fox weatherforecast. hey, rick. rick: take a look at the map and show you what's going on. the first one we are talking about is grace. this is one that maybe has the chance to cause bigger problems for florida. that said because it is taking that same track we saw fred take which was across the very
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mountainous dominican republic and in towards haiti and a lot of time over cuba. that doesn't give the chance -- the storm any chance to strengthen, so lots of time to monitor that one. just be on alert. we are heading in towards this really active part of the hurricane season and we have that going on. so far, storms not that strong, this is tropical depression fred. will probably become tropical storm and make landfall monday afternoon across the far western pennsylvania -- florida peninsula. all right. here is the radar right now. you see the scattered showers around parts of south florida. it front moving northeast going to be great news for storms get through behind it way drier air. the humidity will be gone and see temperatures really improve. and then out across part of the southwest. take a look at this. another incredible bought of rain especially parts of minnesota and amazing man sunni season causing certainly flooding there as well. all right that is back to you inside. >> thank you, rick. rachel: thank you, rick.
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will: i don't know if you noticed this but the world is losing its mind on mul multiple issues. [laughter] will: seems to be when it comes to vaccine mandates, restrictions and this insane proposal. reportedly considered by president joe biden. received some backlash. but here's the idea. that a vaccine mandate would be required for interstate travel making life, quote, more uncomfortable for the unvaccinated this at the same time the baltimore mayor tells the unvaccinated to just shut up. listen to this. or rather read this. for anyone that's frustrated this is from the baltimore mayor about wearing a mask and you are not vaccinated then look in the mirror it's your fault that we are going to go back to having indoor mask mandates. make sure folks get vaccinated. if you are not vaccinated. shut up don't complain. lawrence: what is up to these leaders talking to us like we are children. arnold suareznationer.
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lawrence: woe let them have full range. shut counsel. don't pay your rent. don't go to work. shut down your business and wear the mask and we comply. they got a taste of that power and they don't want to let had it go. neon while they don't follow the same rules they make for us including the mayor. rachel: not just the leaders they are trying to block interstate or make it more difficult for unvaccinated people by the way stop talking about vaccine versus not vaccine talk about immune nonimmune. this is science. i don't understand why these people are saying this they want to make it difficult for the unvaccinated to travel across interstate lines. unvaccinated americans. and meanwhile at our southern border, you can just come across, no covid tests no. you have to go through tsa.
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shoot across the country while they all these variants. what the hell is going on. will: borders between states like texas and oklahoma and say kentucky and ohio. more strict than the one between united states and mexico. rachel: and the world by the way? will: i don't think they are treating us as children to be honest. they are starting to segregate this society and use language that is terrifying. language terrifying to separate americans between vac sin 2345eu9ed and unvaccinated and hey, listen, look across international borders to find out where this could go. in france they are going table to table at restaurants asking for passports in australia they have military on the street. in 12r5u8 the leader there of, i believe, their version of the cdc saying you really should stop having conversations. lawrence: no conversations. will: no more conversations. rachel: in china they will seal your door and let you die in there that's what they did at the beginning of the pandemic. lawrence: got to reject this. will: got to wake up. up next, we are putting our basketball skills on display
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rachel: hundreds of veteran athletes came across to compete in more than 20 events featuring all skill levels and ages and military branches. and this morning we have members of the gold medal winning team from last night's basketball competition shooting hoops with us right here on fox square. here to tell us more is charlie brown. he is from paralyzed veterans of america. is he the president and he is a u.s. marine corps veteran. >> good morning. >> good morning to you. so, tell me why is it so important for people have gotten injured to have this kind offing adaptive sport experience? >> it gives a higher quality of life. it gets them out of the house.
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it really is a life changing experience. it goes from being housebound or in a bed and it brings your self-esteem up and it chelsea gets you back in the community. back to living a real life. you no longer secluded from everybody. rachel: how quickly after your injury did you end up getting into sports? >> unfortunately i went into a 8 months within being injured and wasn't really a great experience but was life changing it opened my world to more things. >> that's incredible. tell me about paralyzed veterans of america. >> been around 75 years. the soldiers were returning from world war ii. the advent of antibiotics allowed them to live longer. they started developing how to he v.a. to treat them better. they worked hard as five different across the country. and believe it or not wheelchair basketball was a big part of the founding of the pba. rachel: what other sports are there. >> there is hockey, golf, track and field. there is rugby. wheelchair rugby. bowling, billiards, table
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tennis, weight lifting, sole sl. any sport out there we can make it work. rachel: there we have it look at this playing basketball. i'm assuming that will is not winning? well, listen, tell me really quickly about your own -- i don't have a lot of time. i know our viewers want to hear it? >> i was injured in a diving accident. i dove into a swimming pool and broke my neck. evan in a wheelchair for 35 years. i have played sports from everything track and field to rugby to other sports now. i'm -- it's adaptive sport. adapting the sport you are going to do and go at it. have a great time. rachel: thank you so much, charlie, for being with us. let's watch them play now. >> turn around? rachel: yeah.
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♪ ♪ ♪ will: let's call it "fox & friends" olympics. it's national bowling day. lawrence: you don't deserve the jersey after the performance.
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not one shot did he make. we won and i beat you in a wheelchair. that's what i'm going to tell people. i beat you in a wheelchair. will: you are both ungracious. one takeaway from the show. ungracious. lawrence: you never win. that's why. will: you got one, we got one, pete, we got one when you come back. rachel: what's the main difference between playing basketball on legs or on wheels. >> he's a basketball player. everything that you're taught in shooting technique, it's gone. you have to do it all from your arm. lawrence: incredible that they're able to do that. this is where your make your -- anyway, it was fun. i enjoyed it and specially me
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and you both have beaten will. will: if they will say it, it will become real. i won that. that's what i'm talking about. rachel: okay. we will take a hard turn here because we are going to a fox news alert. live look from afghanistan as the taliban nears the capital city. will: u.s. marines are there right now to evacuate americans and more troops on the way. lawrence: taliban seized two provinces this morning. it's spinning out of control. doesn't look like it's getting any better. >> sure appears that way, reports that u.s. jets are hitting outside kabul over fear capital city can fall in matter of days. first marines have arrived to
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evacuate americans. marine corps ch4 helicopter, gun ships must now fly from bases in qatar and uae. afghan president vowed not to give up on what he called the achievements over the past 20 years. the taliban seized over half of the provincial capitals. officials say it has now crumbled. 3,000 troops rushing to kabul, diplomats are busy destroying sensitive information and $700 million to build. months ago u.s. had 2500 troops in afghanistan and now the same number heading back. the pentagon refuses to call this a combat mission. >> these soldiers and marines
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are putting on night vision goggles, landing in kabul and taking positions and are they going into combat zone, are they not? >> lucas, they will have the right of self-defense. they will be armed. >> mitch mcconnell wants to ramp up air strikes and some u.s. and level the embassy. lawrence: thank you. rachel: unfiltered on fox news channel and the dan bongino show. dan, we love having you on. you are one of the favorite guests on the show. >> thank you. rachel: this has been the worst week to have biden administration from the border crisis and all the violence and crime running across america, inflation is up and now the situation in kabul. tell us your thoughts.
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>> i just realized i'm looking at myself. you look awfully tired. i promise you, i feel good. i don't like looking tired then the audience -- i'm good. i love the topic. friday before my podcast in radio show yesterday obviously i was sitting on back porch. i'm not kidding. i'm not making the story up. am i crazy. like all of us at fox who are looking at the world and seeing the inflation numbers, you see the growing homicide rates in big cities, crime rates, you see the pending tragic evacuation of kabul. i agree the mission in afghanistan has to end. i'm not going to take a shot at politics. not this way. we see all of this happening. pending healthcare crisis while joe biden opens our southern border. bill malugen down there taking
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pictures. i'm like liberals, i'm open to new information. we have the crazy ones. after ten minutes of coffee and reflection because i did consider it. am i not seeing what i'm seeing, we are not crazy. we are living with crazy people. i mean, there's about 10 to 20% of the population that doesn't care that we have no southern border, the economy has evaporated before their eyes and paying $5 a gallon. senior citizens will be eating potatoes soon. and yet the far left is like, hey, everything is peaches and creme. lawrence: the president is on vacation. >> lawrence, man, you got me going. we have known each other for a while. it's like an esp thing. or espn thing. i'm telling you, i thought that
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yesterday. i'm watching during my radio show, right, i'm watching this breaking news, fox news had on, kabul could fall tomorrow and i'm watching at the same time and joe biden at jba, joint base andrews. i'm thinking who told him to do that. i get it every president goes on vacation. we can do all about them all day, fair. the embassy sadly could fall in kabul and joe biden is roasting smores in the campfire up at camp david. rachel: he's napping. you know he's napping. >> he's got a sippy cup or whatever. this is crazy. will: i like the self-reflection that you talked about, are we crazy, why does the world seem
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to see it differently? we often said that world drawn on political lines, now two different realities. a pseudoreality. you'll be given if you think that it's okay for president obama to have a party at the same time while telling everyone that there's a massive covid outbreak. r&b singer showed us what is going on at the party. she's apologizes. mr. and mrs. obama, forgive me for being inconsiderate guest. one example of how not to be. this is how you create pseudo-reality. exposing on the truth. what she's apologizing is exposing what happened. >> notice her language there. sacred event. i mean, this is it. obama -- it's like they worship the golden calf when they see
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obama. this is insane. it points to part 2 of what i said. conservatives-liberals, libertarian, inch, are we right or are we wrong. is inflation not inflation, is kabul not under attack and i came to the conclusion, we are right, the stuff is happening but the second thing we should do is say to ourselves all of the time if we are honest. if we believe in principles, do we believe them enough that we will live by them and the left will almost never does. i'm going into a fight in my local town and they want to hype the taxes in florida. i'm being attacked by small group of residents, it's small public records. they barely pay taxes themselves. let me get this straight. you're freeloading on me while you want me to pay higher taxes? no school choice for you but i'm going to send my kids, 300,000 a
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year, whatever the heck that cost. i mean, they are phoney and fake, we don't do this as conservatives. >> not only did the obama send school but as they did it they canceled the program for opportunity scholarships that kicked out brown and colored people at the same time. we had steaks or margaritas. will: what did you have for appetizer? i need to see what you ordered for appetizer. >> mahi or tuna or something. the steakhouse across from the basickers is -- breakers is no
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joke. rachel, the answer is we are not a sophisticated, we are definitely not sophisticated enough to hang with the sacred barack obama, we are not. we weren't invited. i would have given up any life in a heart beat because i believed in my mission but definitely not sophisticated enough to go to that party, no doubt. [laughter] lawrence: you have to say save something for the audience. i see joey jones, dan's former colleague from the secret service as well. >> you know, i do. thank you for saying that. tonight on a very serious note. we had to change the whole show because of the afghanistan situation is tragic and it's not political. these are our people over there right now and at the beginning of the show i like the audience pay close attention.
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i read an e-mail from a veteran friend of mine who has made multiple tours in afghanistan. i can barely get through it. you will see why if you watch the show tonight. you'll have not -- not that you don't have respect for veterans now, our audience loves and endorse them but more after reading the e-mail and the baggage that they came home from our freedom. believe me, it's worth their time. will: we will be watching. dan, i was the only one here with you last weekend. these two weren't here. i will take personal credit for this. i don't know if you remember, i'm sure you do this moment at "fox & friends". watch. >> look at this, this is a mug shot. [laughter] >> turned into a baseball card. >> take it out of my salary. i will pay. >> i will talk to the truck right now see if they can give it to dan bongino.
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>> there it is. >> i've known you, you're a man of your word. i was not kidding that i wanted the card. donald trump level huge. will: i had nothing to do with it but now i want to take all of the credit. [laughter] lawrence: the producers are rolling their eyes in the control room. >> i like that you hit me with the video. i did it to rachel on the show. nothing embarrassing. will: we will get you a physical printout coming your way. lawrence: have a good show. >> thanks, appreciate it. rachel: fox news alert breaking right now, a massive 7 magnitude earthquake hitting western haiti
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just moments ago. the amount of damage is unclear at this time. this is a developing story and we are going to keep you updated as more information comes in. and new york lawmakers suspend impeachment into governor cuomo. they say it's no longer necessary because cuomo already resigned but the disgraced democrat still defiant telling magazine i'm not going to drag the state through mud through 3 or 4-month impeachment. i feel good. cuomo stepped down earlier this week after separate investigation found he sexually harassed 11 women. he still faces other investigations that includes the scandal over covid nursing home deaths. ruling for victory texas and missouri that filed suit claiming the administration's attempt to terminate the policy
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was illegal and harmful. the judge siding with the states saying repealing the policy has contributed to the current migration surge. you think? and check this out, la chargers quarterback justin herbert needs 20 seconds to knock down 5 drones in mid-air, no match for the nfl star's laser throws and accuracy, rooky record was 31 touchdown passes. will: looks fake. did you see when tom brady was throwing in the machine? rachel: is it real? it's awesome. lawrence: is it because you lost earlier? you don't celebrate anybody, is that what's happening?
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[laughter] lawrence: wow. will: i don't know what's going on. we are about to fight right there. i'm not sure what's going on but we are about to fight right there. coming up, don't leave me hanging. new orleans, latest liberal city. lawrence: covenant "fox & friends" trophy, who is going to win? ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> new orleans the latest city forcing residents to show proof of vaccination or negative test. >> don't look for reasons to be the exception, don't look for the loopholes, look for your vaccination card and be prepared to show it. you know, i tested this out myself on saturday, i believe,
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and no problem. i was proud. i had my card laminated, bam, pulled it out and my friend who i was with, she had her la wallet, bam, pulled it out and we had a great time dining. will: not everybody is that excited. my next guest spoke with big easy leaders who are petrified of being targeted. raymond, tell me what the reaction is in new orleans to policy? >> latoya may be auditioning. look, we survived hurricane katrina. we are not sure if we will make it through hurricane latoya, they are worried about vaccine mandates. it will disturb limits. she put limits on restaurants and bars. this is the heart of the community, business community.
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it's tourism that keeps us alive. you have to ask the question, 5% of new orleanss are vaccinated, why is this spreading? if we look at the question and you realize that it's obesity, it's heart conditions that is driving a lot of the morbidities here, maybe and this is a radical proposal, maybe we should check people's bmi, check their weight. if you're too on ease, you can't come to an establishment. no one would suggest that. why should we allow our personal health information to be made public and submit that to the government. will: i'm not sure, raymond that nobody suggest that. we won't suggest today. it gives license to ask the proof of i don't know what going forward in the name of public health. i want to go back to businesses in a moment because i've spoken with businesses in every state in the nation and almost everyone said i'm having trouble having help. but on top of troubles they had,
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the workers that they do have, the help they do have now have an extra job and that's proving that everybody is unvaccinated -- vaccinated. >> hire a bouncer or waiter at the door to check vaccination cards. what do they know? latoya said she will move aggressive enforcement in a week meaning our police who have a 10% rise in shootings, murders are up, tourists are gets bashing with hammerses, this is not the time to extend police power and force to controlling people's health. we have to ask the question, we don't know the answer but if 75% of the population is vaccinated why is it spreading rapidly and maybe it does have something to do with lifestyle. will: they will blame it on the unvaccinated. you laid out the practical and there's the philosophical and segregating and pointing fingers
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on people based upon health choice. let's talk about hunter biden because art is selling $75,000 to half a million dollars. >> you want me to put a bid in for you? will: if you have me covered. i understand that you talk today some people, new yorkers about the art. >> i did. will: you're getting their reaction on what? >> i got their reactions. last week when went to gallery and held up the art. no one, not a person would pay this amount for this art. i love the art dealer who is handling all of the shows. he says you know what, we are going to ask 500,000 in a journey of hope. he said hope. i see dope, but not hope. will: i will take a quick look at new yorkers. >> there's a gallery down the block selling this work of art for 75,000 to half a million dollars. do you think it's worth it? >> i can make that with like
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some stamps. >> doesn't seem like they put a lot of time. >> you question the artistic merit? >> yeah. >> my mom could make that. >> looks like something my daughter used to paint. >> not great reviews. >> these are clearly people interested in buying access to the biden administration and the art dealer hearsays, look, we are only inviting hunter's friend and family to embrace his hero's journey. given hunter biden's friends, i'm word what's going to show up at the gallery downtown and it's clear the ethical questions need to be addressed. will: might be me but pictures tell the heroic journey than paintings that you can find on a laptop. raymond aroyo. great to see you. we have our "fox & friends" bowling battle. that's coming up.
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>> well, over 2 years, that's the most dramatic thing i went through in my life. and so, i of course, had prayed for many years. i found in the bible where it said god does in the expect a man to be alone. [inaudible] >> so i started praying for a woman and francy frain. rachel: francy, you had a similar story, tell us about your story. >> my husband was diagnosed in 2015 with multiple myloma and we battled for 3 -- almost 4 years and then i walked him home and i
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together. rachel: so tell us about that chapter duane. [inaudible] >> so we get along very [inaudible] >> we feel very lucky and very blessed. rachel: wow, listen, we are so happy for you. i know you're giving a lot of hope to people out there, maybe a lot of widows and widowers out there and we are just really thrilled that you found love and as you said that your christian faith brought you together. best of luck to both of you. thank you for sharing it with us this morning. thank you, duane, thank you, francie. >> thank you. rachel: good luck. up next kayleigh mcenany joins
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lawrence: complete dangerous evacuation efforts in kabul as taliban closes force in on
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afghan capital. soldiers and marines putting on night vision goggles, taking positions at the airport, they are going to a combat zone, are they not? >> they certainly are going to harm's way. lucas, they will have the right of self-defense, they will be armed. lawrence: the pentagon is refusing to call it a combat mission despite sending 3,000 troops to the capital and were biden's withdrawals premature? let's talk kayleigh mcenany, kayleigh, no matter where you fall, leave the troops or take them away, we are in a lot of trouble and you have to send 300,000 -- i'm sorry, 3,000 troops to evacuate the embassy. kayleigh: a huge problem, lawrence. axios came out with a report stunning reversal of expectations among biden's top aides. they basically conceded that we
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will not have a diplomatic presence as of august 31st. this is again to axios reporting and they used to believe that they would have time to negotiate an exit time to make sure that our diplomats were safe, but it looks like now there's an evacuation effort underway. this is stunning, think about this, lawrence. lawrence: whose fault is this? kayleigh: it's joe biden's fault. mike pompeo and president trump, when we are out, you are not touching an american. they made clear there were deterrence models and ways to make sure that we kept the country safe. biden, it's crumbling and we will see the american flag, lawrence come off of the u.s. embassy, a place that we have occupied for years and years. i hope it doesn't happen but it's looking that way. lawrence: we are getting information from sources on the ground that they were told to shred the i was, the confidential information in case it's invaded. as an american, how do you feel
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about that? kayleigh: exactly. they are making sure -- it wasn't just embassy but intel gathering depository. they have to destroy the documents, they have plans in place for that. the real travesty, the afghans who have helped americans for 20 years who are fearing their their lives. one saying i'm going to burn myself in front of embassy to get the united states attention. we cannot betray these individual who is for 20 years helped us as our allies and now their lives, their families, their wives are under threat. lawrence: a man that has so much foreign policy experience, that was going to lead on the issue. apparently there's not. there's been evidence presented to a grand jury in the durham-russia probe, a sign that he may be considering additional criminal charges. do you think we will finally see
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something? >> kayleigh: it's about time. where has durham been. he's taking longer than robert mueller. the reporting say these are low-level individuals in the fbi that gave erroneous tips, why is this taking more than 2 years? i know that we had covid. it's been too slow. i hope we see accountability. lawrence: what about comey and the leakers, lisa page colluding against the president of the united states, what about all those big actors, though kayleigh. kayleigh: the media's culpability in all of this. remember it was russia, russia in 2016 and then there was no hunter, hunter in 2020 because the media simply did not carry waterfor joe biden.
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lawrence: they do have the capacity to do this. >> you think so until it's tucker carlson who was spied upon and they simply do not care. it's all partisan. they don't care if it's a fox host but they would care i'm sure someone at cnn or msnbc, et cetera. lawrence: no integrity at all. thank you so much. kayleigh: thank you. will: thank you, lawrence. massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake hitting western haiti. felt across the caribbean sending people running to streets in fear buildings might collapse. estimates say there could be thousands of pay they -- fatalities. >> the earthquake was 7.0 and
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killed over 2,000 people in haiti. it was closer to port-au-prince in the capital where the population is. there's still plenty of small towns in the area, haiti, one of the poorest nations in the caribbean infrastructure is certainly difficult and because of that poverty people don't have really kind of the means to protect themselves. we are going to get a lot of information coming out here to see what kind of damage this will have. now keep in mind, take a look at our map here. this was originally 7.2. i think they are getting reassessments, down to 7.0. lots of shocks continuing to happen. in fact, over 6.0. so still a lot of earthquake energy happening across parts of haiti. they had tropical storm fred that moved through there just a couple of days ago, fred by the way for us some time monday
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likely making landfall through parts of panhandle florida or mobile, but behind the storm is tropical storm grace. that also likely to move over espanola and haiti in the next couple of days and hoping the best for the folks in the area. will: huge story we will be following. turning to additional headlines, four people are hurt after grocery store front collapsed in las vegas. firefighters pulled one person from the rubble and 3 others managed to get out on their own. all four expected to be okay. it's unclear what caused the collapse, an investigation is ongoing. new jersey governor phil murphy jetting off for a ten-day vacation in italy as covid cases spike in the garden state and italy. >> no different than any other family. after the past 17 months just having a few days together is something that i think all of us want to do with the family and i'm looking forward to that. will: no different than any
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other off that jets off to a ten-day vacation and stays on a villa. tweeting in part, while rome is burning here in new jersey murphy is living in the laugh of luxury. passing on olympic swimming skills to its dog. watch. will: sharing clip of dog practicing 25-meter doggy paddle. captured the video, quote, she's built to float and not for speed. [laughter] will: that's true. you have to get another dog in there. put them side by side. that's what i want to see. those are your headlines.
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>> still ahead who will land enough strikes to become the bowling battle champion. you will find out next. [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪r ♪
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lawrence: welcome back, back with quick headlines, iconic singer tony bennett retiring
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from touring. the doctors ordered the 95-year-old to tone down traveling. bennett diagnosed with alzheimer's disease in 2016. and 96-year-old war veteran singing national anthem in minor league baseball game. >> o say can you see, by the dawn's early light. what's so proudly we held, at the twilight last gleaming. lawrence: he saying the anthem is not showing off vocals but honoring the united states. those are your headlines. national bowling day and we have been celebrating all morning long on times square. rachel: time to say who will take the trophy.
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will: it will be me. i haven't gotten tips. i'm about from jillian martin. at 17 year's old, she's made history to become the youngest bowler and she joins us now. good morning, jillian. >> good morning. will: i want tips in a moment. >> okay. will: youngest champion. 17 year's old. you've took people who have been on the circuit for a long time? >> it's incredible to go out there and have fun and make great shots. lawrence: what did you bowl to win? >> i believe i shot 221. >> what's your average? >> 200 to 230. rh rape when did you start bowling? >> when i was 5 year's old. will: when did you start bowling? rachel: she's making me look bad. i think i was probably in like fifth or sixth grade when i started bowling. not as young as you. law law as a beginner, what is the key, is it the spin? >> you can get the spin and the
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spin helps depending on the lane condition. keep it simple. go out there and have fun. will: is that the issue, the lane conditions? >> you're like the average bowler complaining about the lanes. rachel: give us a bowling lesson. does it matter when you go like this. >> it actually does because it clears your foot at the end. we can go up there. stay in the middle of the lane and we will look at that. that's a little tough. >> all right, let's go. >> we will stand up here. will: what ball do you want. lawrence: you need a ball. >> i do need a ball. [laughter] rachel: i forgot how cool that was. that makes you look really cool. >> all right, stand on the middle dot and you can look at the second arrow right there. it's about on the 10 and we will
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go up there and have some fun, take a few steps. i know it varies depending on what feels comfortable for you. >> go get it, jillian. >> don't do that. will: what do you want rachel? >> go to the green one. all right. lawrence: all you, rachel. rachel: here we go. i noticed sometimes they do this. ♪ ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] >> i'm amazed.
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don't judge me. >> you will go last. thank you for that. no big deal. >> all right. ♪ ♪ >> it's yours, will. >> rachel won. rachel: i won and i did it in
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