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>> empowered by a righteous conviction in our children's future. >> wednesday november 3rd, big dave for republicans across the country, will defeat terry mcauliffe to be the next governor of virginia.
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>> the democratic party, in a blow to president biden. >> we are keeping an eye on the nailbiter in new jersey. the governor's race, jack ciattarelli outperforming expectations to unseat governor murphy. carley: you are watching "fox and friends first". todd: we have live team coverage, ron meyer will react to it. todd: we begin with griff jenkins wrapping up the results. >> it appears 54-year-old political newcomer and businessman glenn youngkin may be leading a red wave sweeping the capital behind me. let's go, youngkin defeating
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terry mcauliffe by two points, 50 points 248 points, we've not yet, fox is not yet called the race for the lieutenant governor, i will get to those races in a moment but the man of the hour, glenn youngkin leading a comeback, a month ago mcauliffe was handily winning this race. he has focused on one issue in particular. he talked about it in the suburbs of northern virginia and his victory party last night. >> we will introduce choice into the public school system. we are going to embrace parents, not ignore them. >> back to the red wave sweeping the capital behind me, winston sears is poised leading to become the first black woman to
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hold that office statewide in 2002, the first black woman elected to the house of delegates, former marine, she spoke last night. here's what she had to say. >> what you are looking at is the american dream. it is a historic night but i didn't run to make history. i just wanted to leave it better than i found it. >> reporter: even more history may be made with the attorney general, the first hispanic elected to statewide office. we are following that race closely in addition, it looks like the house may flip to republican hands, 6 delegate races we are following for republicans leading, that would be quite a change in the state capital and as vice president harris said this election will
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determine what happens next november in the playbook for republicans in the glenn youngkin campaign. mcauliffe made his campaign about tying youngkin to donald trump. that following very short. we are getting reaction from some progressives, the change campaign, special interest group supporting progressives in washington trying to take control issuing a statement that terry mcauliffe can blame his loss on his own reliance on backward-looking trump messaging. democrats won't win by branding one opponent after another as a trump clone and hoping to speak out about the razor thin win, the campaign going on to say democrats have to grab power in washington, we may be seeing tonight and going forward the voters are rejecting that. >> let's bring in ron meyer,
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political analyst. what is your reaction to this tremendous political earthquake? >> virginia republicans caught lightning in a bottle. even if which is 2 months ago, two weeks ago when the tide started to turn, look at loudoun county, the public school situation ignited it. youngkin didn't win but close the gap by 15 points. in ashburn he closed the gap by 16%, combined that with driving of the pro trump area, that was the key to victory, virginia has become a blue state and this is shown how to win a blue state, bring the pro trump base and bring in moderate independents and that is what glenn youngkin did with his messaging and what terry mcauliffe didn't do.
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she drove people away because all he did was focus on trump. trump is not the president anymore. jillian: speaking the president, president biden in scotland yesterday said the virginia governor's race is not a rebuke of his presidency but you have to wonder if the president was more popular with virginia voters would terry mcauliffe had won? >> absolutely. if you look at exit polls, 52% approval, some polls a couple days ago showed him that 56% disapproval, biden won by 11 points. you get inflation, gas prices, look at other economic barriers, what is going on in washington, what does that say for 2022? a red wave, look at the virginia momentum. at this point it keeps going into 2022, the biden
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administration can change course, are they doing anything to address inflation or fix gas prices, grocery prices, i can't name them. todd: let's bring in george allen, former governor of virginia and virginia senator. once to follow up on something ron said. how much of a response the last 10 months of the biden dumpster fire was this win by glenn youngkin? >> the policies are a part of it. on the campaign trail, have you been to a grocery store or gas station lately? the skyrocketing prices for gasoline are being felt. one of his first acts on the first day was to shutdown the keystone pipeline, that lets russia have a gas pipeline into
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germany, begging saudi arabia to increase oil production. in oklahoma, north dakota increased production at all of this is unnecessary. when they say if they pass that bill, what is that going to do? for gas prices? it will only increase them and increase electricity bills. what happens in washington, even the crisis on the border, in afghanistan, terrible disapproval ratings of president biden but glenn, glenn youngkin, talking about the matter to virginians. by reducing taxes among
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groceries and reducing other taxes, mcauliffe is on the side of raising taxes. a key issue is safety in the schools, the content of what is taught in schools and safety in schools and this was a vote of confidence in the parents of virginia to decide and determine the destiny of their children in a variety of ways including education. there was a vote of confidence for police officers, law officers across virginia and a vote of confidence in three people, free enterprise running their own lives. jillian: we are grateful to have you on, nobody knows in her workings of virginia politics like you, you were in glenn youngkin's position as virginia governor, you won and election there as well. how much will glenn youngkin get done? the senate is still democrat, the house may have with
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republican but you still have the senate that is democrat-controlled. >> great question. when i got elected governor, the democrats control the house and senate. we had an audacious agenda to abolish sentencing and welfare reform and education, accountability, high academic standards and a variety of other issues but glenn youngclinton and jason and winston based on ideas and so the fact that they got elected, legislators will say they want to get rid of the tax on groceries or remove 40,$000 of taxes on 20,$000 of veterans retirement pay so this is a coalition of independents, a coalition of latinos, african
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americans, asian americans supporting these ideas and that the people of virginia who are owners of the government are going to want to see. to pick off a few rational thinking democrats to get these positive ideas done and a lot of other things to tenaciously defend law enforcement, not just stop funding of them or early release by criminals, it will change the parole board to not have those criminals. >> he ran on kitchen table issues of education, safety and the economy. thank you so much for joining us this morning, waking up early. we know you will have a long day ahead but thank you for starting it with us, we appreciate it. >> thank you. todd: in new jersey, paul ciattarelli and phil murphy within 1200 votes, with 88% of the vote counted, ciattarelli
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out for performing expectations as he spent the last few months down double digits in the polls. governor murphy was expected to run away with the election but high republican enthusiasm in the state's shifting opinion on president biden weighing heavily on this race. the votes from democrat leaning areas have yet to be counted. jillian: even the liberal media admits glenn youngkin spells trouble for the democrat agenda. todd: what this means for the midterms, don't go anywhere. aqu, the tightness, stinging... ...the pain. with tremfya®, adults with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis... ...can uncover clearer skin and improve symptoms at 16 weeks. serious allergic reactions may occur. tremfya® may increase your risk of infections and lower your ability to fight them. tell your doctor if you have an infection or symptoms or if you had a vaccine or plan to. tremfya®. emerge tremfyant™. janssen can help you explore cost support options.
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jillian: nypd lieutenant retires rather than comply with new york city's vaccine mandate after 17 years of service, his decision comes as mere bill deblasio double down on attacks against first responders. >> several unions have been in my view unpatriotic the way they have handled this because they put their own internal politics ahead of the needs of the people. carley: here to share his story is retired nypd lieutenant john macarry. >> thanks for having me on. carley: why did you choose to retire as opposed to complying
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with the vaccine mandate? >> myself like thousands of others, officers, firefighters, ems workers contracted covid 19 early on in the pandemic, vaccines readily available, we have provable natural performing antibodies in our system. that is our push, why what i take a vaccine when the only response i have been given is it would give me antibodies which i currently have. jillian: did you apply for any sort of anything that would prevent you from having to get the vaccine? what happens when you did? >> i did reply for reasonable accommodations but found the whole process discriminatory. releasing my medical information, my private medical information to people were not qualified. i am presenting my religious beliefs, internal religious
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conversations with god. i believe only truly god can judge me. someone in my department in my situation have the ability to tell someone what they truly feel what the truth is in their hearts. >> said hear stories like yours and others who love their jobs and dedicated their lives to service. did you ever think last year during the pandemic that it would come down to this? >> not at all. many times in my career including during the pandemic, the first day we locked down, i did the sign of the cross, thanked god for the job but i do know about me to serve as a citizen. i was projecting to have a long career with the police department. i felt my mental health, mental well-being and to teach my children to hold true to their values and beliefs about political pundits and mayors.
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carley: keep praying, that provides me a lot of strength and i'm sure those you, thanks for joining us this morning and sorry to hear about your early retirement but thank you for 17 years of service you gave to the great city of new york. we appreciate it. todd: 18 minutes after the hour. glenn youngkin stumped terry mcauliffe, clinching the virginia governor's race, joe concha away in on the bellwether race next. ♪♪ keeping me from getting to you ♪♪ ime, anywhere migraine strikes, without worrying if it's too late, or where i am. one dose can quickly stop my migraine in its tracks within two hours. unlike older medicines, ubrelvy is a pill that directly blocks cgrp protein, believed to be a cause of migraine. do not take with strong cyp3a4 inhibitors. most common side effects were nausea and tiredness. serena: ask about ubrelvy. the anytime, anywhere migraine medicine.
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sinking southward, 5 to 15 degrees below average. detroit 46 is the daytime heart, 55 in charlotte, 49 in memphis and we deal with potential, texas and the gulf coast as the next storm system develops and the area of low pressure moving slowly so that means more chances for heavy rain depending on where the area of low pressure sets up. normally it would be good news but they have seen a lot of rain in texas that will cause flash flooding concerns. the rest of the country is quiet. the next storm system moving into the west will bring coastal rain and mountain snow. for much of the country, cooler temperatures so your daytime high in chicago 45, 60 in atlanta, 60 in dallas which is cool for this time of year your forecast looking at potential for heavy rain in parts of the south and the lake effect snow
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is cranked up because we have the relatively warm waters of the great lakes comes in from canada and potential for lake effect snow, we will monitor it. the big storm systems for potential to the flooding, lake effect snow, a little warmer. >> nice to see you both. todd: if you're waking up this morning there's a lot going on. keeping an eye on the governor's race in new jersey. jack ciattarelli and democratic incumbent phil murphy within 1200 votes with 88% of the vote counted, ciattarelli over performing expectations as he spent most of the last few months down double digits in the polls. governor murphy as we talked about expected to run away with
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this election but high republican enthusiasm and the state's shifting opinion on president biden weighed heavily on this race. thousands of votes from democrat leaning areas have yet to be counted. todd: republican glenn youngkin the next governor of virginia in a stunning upset for democrats. >> choice in the public school system. we are going to embrace our parents, not ignore them. >> also in the race for lieutenant governor, several of virginia republicans leading in races for the statehouse. vice president kamala harris saying virginia race would predict the outcomes in 2022-2024. of that is the case, you are looking at a tough row. she said it. todd: even the new york times is saying this, terry mcauliffe's
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lost in virginia darkens democrats outlook. jillian: good morning to you. with that tweet in mind, media reaction take it away. >> where to begin. i was at a funeral last night so if i seem groggy i was watching msnbc and cnn and it was a funeral. todd: somebody who died. >> van jones compared glenn youngkin to the delta variant as far as covid is concerned, that youngkin is adult a variant. todd: we have that sounds. listen to what you are talking about. >> when this election is over we will know, we've seen the emergence of the delta variant of trumpism. youngkin, same disease but spreads faster and can get a lot more places.
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>> the same disease. i thought youngkin ran as a guy who wanted to fix education, wants to fix the economy, ran on the issues. instead we get that nonsense from a low rated network. you think they are rating local wait to you see how depressed the audience is moving forward. i don't want to repeat the things that on msnbc, julie reed who is a conspiracy theorist makes alex jones look sane, named as coanchor last night to give you objective analysis, said republicans are dangerous, compared them to terrorists. media reaction, cable news, that is what i got to watch but a couple things last night. this is a political earthquake. what is going on in new jersey regardless if jack ciattarelli wins, even if he loses by point that is a state that president biden won by 16 points, still could win. terry mcauliffe is a horrible
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candidate, recycled sqls, movies, candidates never do well. glenn youngkin ran a perfect campaign because he focused on the issues and won without donald trump entering the state. ron desantis, maybe i can pursue the nomination. >> glenn youngkin says maybe - jillian: funny how we are looking at the virginia race. >> that's what we do in this business. todd: we don't want to pontificate on 2024 but curious which way the media will go. will they go the joy read, van jones, all the guarantee that republicans will take the house and senate in 2022 or do they go to new york times and forced the democratic party to say we need to focus on the suburban soccer mom and soccer dad because if you give them what they want they will decide the election in your favor. >> based on what we've seen in the newsrooms lately, if you
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have a dissenting opinion you get eliminated, the new york times printed an op-ed saying we should use national guard when protests get violent and the editor got ousted for printing that. you wonder who is running the show but i did write about this two weeks ago. president biden and the media need to do the pivot that bill clinton did in 1994 when he took a shellacking, newt gingrich takes the house, he pivoted back to the middle, the end of the welfare state, big government is over. imagine a democrat saying that now. biden and the media said you have to go too far left, have to compromise with the evil other party. if you want to win elections. jillian: if he does that with the social spending bill is the other big thing we are looking at today because of glenn youngkin's win. >> are you pivoting? how is game 3 going? carley: an exciting day. appreciate it.
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todd: in austin business owner, voters in the city reject a plan to put more officers on the streets, he become a focal supportive prop after the police department refused to send help to deal with the shoplifter. the convenience store owner, what is your reaction to this after all you have been through? >> still in shock that austin does not want to help a small business owner or safety of the city. todd: look at these numbers. 68% to 31%, why would anybody vote this down? >> don't understand how that happened. todd: there have been 77
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homicides so far this year. as more liberals moved to austin and bring their liberal city policies with them how much worse is that going to get? >> city council is not giving us a solution. small business owners received the problem. todd: how do you find strength to carry on in the face of a policy where police will not be sent to your business unless literally you are being probably shot, that is a horrible thing to say, police won't be sent to your business if they are in the act of robbing you. >> true. i called 911 while being threatened, trying to stop her shoplifter and i called 911 and
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the caller told me have you been hit or assaulted and told me they can't send any help unless i have been hurt. todd: you are not asking for the army to come. the proposal would have required city to maintain two police officers, one.6, promote additional yearly training and increase minority hiring, seems like a win-win when all around. your day-to-day struggle got more difficult, didn't it? >> we are victims in the city and have no answer, do we have to self police ourselves, become vigilant, carry guns? it is scary. will: they want to keep austin weird is the expression, why not keep austin safe? appreciate your time.
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>> representative from atlanta, georgia. >> i would like to see somebody win but hoping it's the astros. >> so gracious. >> so thrilled to have a championship ongoing. may be party time. >> reporter: i can't express the tears of joy from those players, with families, a beautiful moment to see.
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a lot of players mention how gracious the astros were as well as in houston, texas. what a night. carley: what a champagne colored celebration. an awesome experience. will: the media downplaying the impact of education and critical race theory in the virginia election. >> not important to voters there. it was education which is code for white parents don't like the idea of teaching about race. carley: doctor carol swain coming up next. ressure. they may not be able to take just anything for pain. that's why doctors recommend tylenol®. it won't raise blood pressure the way that advil® aleve® or motrin® sometimes can. for trusted relief, trust tylenol®. bogeys on your six, limu. that advil® aleve® or motrin® sometimes can. they need customized car insurance
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will: republican poised to sweep up and down the ballot in virginia with glenn youngkin klinzing the gubernatorial race. carley: the voter analysis. >> reporter: listen to president biden hours ago downplaying this and a big win for democrats. >> i don't believe, i've not seen any evidence whether or not i'm doing well or whether i have
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my agenda passed or not, will impact winning or losing. we are going to win. the off year, it was always unpredictable. jillian: the race was projected as a win for republican glenn youngkin shortly after that as much as biden claims his hands are out of the fox news veteran analysis survey shows a majority of voters the commonwealth, 52% disapprove of the president's job performance. more believe the country is heading in the wrong direction. these voters say the most important issues our economy and jobs and handling the coronavirus and education. a big chunk of voters feel biden is failing on these issues, the overreaching majority of virginians who feel the country is going in the wrong direction
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voted for youngkin. jillian: thank you. let's bring in virginia native doctor swain. as we digest these election results we are looking at reaction to them. this soundbite about critical race theory caught our attention. >> the virus is not important to many voters. it is education which is code for white parents don't like the idea of teaching about race. >> critical race theory which isn't real, turned the suburbs 15 points to the trump insurrection endorsed republican. >> reporter: torres the recent real, white parents don't want their kids to learn about race. what's your reaction to that? >> they can't racialized this because the number of black parents and immigrant parents did with their white brothers
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and sisters to reject critical race theory which is harmful to black and minority children. it is a violation of civil rights laws. it is un-american because of shaming and bullying children and runs counter to the constitution. the marxists agenda and false narrative but the american people spoke in my home state of virginia and i could not be more proud of that. will: democrats notoriously in a crutch of race to win elections but that crutch was just kicked out from under their arm. one of the main reasons, winston sears, listen to her speech last night. >> my father came to this country august 11th of 1963 at the height of the civil rights movement from jamaica. why did you come? he said because america was where the jobs and opportunities
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were. todd: does that speech in part destroy the democratic playbook looking ahead to 2022? doctor swain, can you hear me? we did lose her ability to hear. we are going to try to get it back. leo terrel, absolutely beautiful speech. we wrote the producers, karen black. >> someone didn't like what i said. todd: the question again, does the speech you just played, does her presumed victory at this point completely destroy the democratic playbook when it comes to leaning on race?
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>> i cannot hear her speech but i love winston and she represents the american dream like my story is an american dream story out of virginia. it is a new day. the american people across party lines and racial lines have rejected the agendas of the democratic party especially the progressives because many democrats voted for republicans, they don't like what they see. jillian: pick up the new book co-authored by doctor carol swain, black eye for america, how critical race theory is burning down the house because we do love what you have to say on "fox and friends first" and fox news in general, thank you for joining us, appreciate it. playing out in the backdrop of the election president biden remaining adamant he will get the work he needs to pass his extensive spending bill but moderate democrats like joe manchin not willing to get on board. todd: cheryl casone with more on
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the tension between the president of lawmakers. >> reporter: president biden landed in the us facing the future of his $1.75 trillion social spending package. before the party was asked if senator joe manchin was on board. >> i won't talk about the specifics of my conversation. he will vote for this. >> reporter: manchin did not sound as sure, more of the details outlined in the basic framework releasing what i see a shell games, budget gimmicks that make the real cost of the bill estimated to be almost twice that amount. if you extend it permanently, we haven't spoken about the economic crisis, making the point that if you put people and programs it is hard to get them off. even transportation secretary pete buttigieg is confident both bills include infrastructure can pass both chambers, the progressive deliverables against the plan last week says she
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trusts biden. >> there's a big update on the vaccine. >> the cdc representing the pfizer covid vaccine for children age 5 to 11 which means they can get shots, parents and schools brace for winter virus urge despite cases falling in the last few weeks, the cdc vote was unanimous, this is decision makes 29 million children eligible according to the kaiser family foundation 3 in 10 parents say they will immunize their kids right away. kids receive one third of the dose authorized for those that are 12 and older and the files will be smaller but they want to avoid confusion. todd: glenn youngkin promising to cut taxes while president biden pushes a plan to raise them. >> have a republican when will impact biden's spending plan.
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carley: republicans could sweep the ballot in virginia with glenn youngkin declaring and the candidate in new jersey significantly outperforming expectations in a race that is still too close to call. todd: what does this say about how americans view president biden's first year in office. stuart varney joins us live on set. great to see you. when people were leaving virginia said the economy was number one issue not education but economy. doesn't this force biden and the democrats to wake up to realize their economic policy also cost them the mid terms next year? >> it absolutely does, yes. tomorrow there is supposed to be a vote on this gigantic spending plan. i think that vote is now in danger. you cannot go into a vote like that where you have got to have absolute positive discipline
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with a completely divided party. and they are divided. this morning they are arguing about who is to blame for the republican win in virginia and a very close race in new jersey. they are arguing about who is to blame. at the moment, the left is getting the blame and they are the ones who want to push through with this big vote on social spending. i don't think the vote is going to take place. nancy pelosi-enormous. carley: how does president biden handle this he sees spending package as legacy. it is very progressive. dose switch to becoming more moderate president from here on out? >> if i were to give him some advice which he no doubt would accept have you got to pivot, mr. president. like former presidents have pivoted when you get defeat in the midterms. pivot something more acceptable to the moderate electorate. carley: maybe just the infrastructure bill then? >> yes, i think that might happen. i don't think this huge social spending program will actually pass. and i think biden will pivot.
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if he has got the political sense, he will pivot to something more acceptable for everybody else. todd: education got the bodies in the door. let's face it we have been covering this race for weeks in virginia. education was getting all the oxygen in the room. at the end of the day, as it has since the dawn of time, people vote with their wallets don't they, stuart? >> they do indeed. their wallets at the moment are hurting. everybody is aware of inflation. that's something everybody is aware of. you can see it. you can feel it on a daily basis. you pump gas. you know you are paying a fortune. you know what's going on. inflation is obvious. it's obvious to voters and they are reactive against it. >> other thing is glenn youngkin ran on really simple, basic common sense issues that affect virginia voters like getting rid of the 2.5% tax on groceries. it's easy to understand and effects people across the board. >> little acknowledgement to the
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charter school issue. todd: yes. >> terry mcauliffe does not like it charter schools. is he with the teachers union. youngkin likes charter schools. and so do voters after the failure of the public school system during the pandemic, they want charters. they want private. they want vawmps. todd: america built the modern democracy. stuart built american built mondays on 9 p.m. eastern. what is the take away message from your show, stuart. >> we further what america can do. what america did to create those -- to unite this confidence and edges near all the great marvels of our society. it was a can do society and that's what we report on. carley: give us some examples. >> the hubble telescope a strange thing to pick on. this is an engineering marvel which was almost a total failure until at the very last minute a last resort they did a space
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walk, tinkered around with it and it works. and it it's brilliant. carley: a positive message positive show on incredible day. todd: i'm sure you will be talking about the elections on day job 9:00 a.m. fox business. appreciate your time. thank you, see you tomorrow at 9:00. carley: thank you for joining us. what day, what a night. more coverage to come when "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> thank you, virginia. we won this thing! [cheers] >> glenn youngkin will be the governor elect of virginia. >> this is a very bad night for joe biden and frankly a great night for america. >> race for governor in new jersey is still too close to call. >> have to wait a little while longer than we had hoped. >> i'm here to tell you that we are winning. we are winning. really won great race. >> president biden arrives home massive climate summit in scott land. >> things are a hell of a lot better and wages have gone up

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