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show. it's what harvey love and on saturday. look out for jose. >> i'm getting a chance to fill in for tucker tonight. so stay up to 8:00. >> speak out lots to watch. have a great friday. >> bill: fox news alert no. the heart of london, this target was the will subway system. a homemade bomb detonated the tree and packed with morning commuters and schoolchildren at 8:00 a.m. i'm assenting passengers scrambling for the exits. the nation already under alert after several attacks already this year. it's breaking news as we said hello on a friday. bill hemmer live here in "america's newsroom" pete shannon, good morning. >> shannon: right now scotland yard not releasing any details on suspects but police say hundreds of detectives are looking for the city's network of surveillance cameras. passengers on board the london train saw a small bag catch fire and that sparked panic. >> everyone was piling out.
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people weren't even running they were falling over each other. they were just fleeing, i guess. >> i suddenly heard a big bang on my left-hand side, so i turned my head and i saw a big fire -- fireball, big fireball surge to my side. i realized why people were screaming and crying. >> bill: acting earlier today condemning the attack on earlier sing another attack and one about a loser terrace, these are sick people who. must be proactive. live outside the london tube station with that investigation is just getting underway there. amy, hello. >> not a scotland yard or the mayor of london commenting on that tweet, but counterterror command saying they have hundreds of detectives were not working the case. there will be an increased
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police presence on the streets of london for the next 24 hours. they said to expect that. detective singh backed up by am i five. 22 people were injured, most and what are being described in flash burns and injuries believed to be not life-threatening. eyewitnesses reported hearing a bank and then seeing a flash. the explosive device did not fully detonate but obviously it caused plenty of damage. the explosion happened at 8:20 a.m. on a train car on the london underground, but it actually happened on an aboveground portion, which may have made evacuation somewhat easier. parsons green or this happened is an upscale residential neighborhood of west london. there's a bit of a scary stampede of people for a rush to get to safety and some of those injuries are to have been caused by that. early on, social media went up with images of this white bucket that shot off with flames and wire sticking out.
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the timer -- it had a timer according to our sister network, sky news, it was a thermal insulated bag. police are only saying that the blast was caused by an improvised explosive device that did not properly detonate, and they are asking the public to be vigilant and alert but not alarmed. >> bill: more to come. amy kellogg as we go throughout the morning there. live in central lodge london, thank you for that. >> shannon: another big story today, north korea launching another missile over a u.s. ally. the latest missile flying over northern japan before landing in the pacific ocean. that's a second missile to cross over japan and just a month. u.n. security council meet for an emergency session this afternoon. good morning, greg. do we know about the launch of this point? what are the details we do have? >> just a bit more. here we go again. more provocation from north korea. this is the most successful test
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yet of their new intermediate ballistic missile. it's a missile that we first saw when we were in pyongyang in april rolled out and a missile parade. in fact, it was launch my site in pyongyang and flute 2300 miles into the pacific ocean, long enough to hit the island territory as well as u.s. bases there if it was headed in that direction. south korea, while they were monitoring this very closely, they watch their own missiles off of the eastern coast of this country, just 6 minutes after the north acted. it was just a show of force. it was not aimed at intercepting those missiles. finally the japanese, while they were shaken up because this missile flew over the northern japanese island of hokkaido, early morning local time, locals they heard a loud speaker, sirens warnings to go to shelter. they heard this before three weeks ago.
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remember just yesterday, we were telling you that north korea was warning japan that it would sink japan into the sea. >> shannon: more provocative words. in the meantime, what's the reaction to this launch? >> the reaction was very swift. shannon, the actions of kim jong un, according to a statement coming from secretary of state tillerson, provocative and threatening. this is the first actual offensive activity by north korea since the u.n. security council resolutions, the sanctions that were voted on early this week. also that nuclear test by north korea last week. regional neighbors, as we would imagine, very upset. japanese prime minister calling the move unacceptable and reckless. he's the one a culture that u.n. security council session, even north korea ally china criticizing the move. but it seems, once again, we are back to square one despite all of the regional and global uproar. also that coming from the
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united states, kim jong un just rattles along in his dangerous course. >> shannon: thank you. >> bill: two stories breaking this morning. former cia officer, buck sexton in the office. north korea, what was different about this launch? >> it has to do with where it falls on the tiling of recent activity that north korea has been engaged in. it's not an icbm based on the initial reports that we have seen. but this comes right after a major action of the u.n. security council where they put in place additional enhanced sanctions by north korea, specifically targeting their ability to get fossil fuels. north korea responds in this way is a clear show of defiance. the tools at the international community led by the u.s. has to try and contain indy with north korea are being deployed and response to those tools directly in response to those tools you have kim jong un engaged in the worst publication so far. >> bill: this is dramatic. get two missiles launched over
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the country of japan. what does the trump team do? >> they are going to have to get together, once again, with all the different partners that we work with to try and put more pressure on north korea. notably china. this is a problem that is decades in the making. nobody should expect that this will be fixed overnight but even really in the first year or maybe even the first term of this administration. they are making the right steps, taking the right measures, but in the meantime, because the pressure is getting higher and the escalations of north korea are getting worse, you always have a possibility of miscalculation. japan is hearing simon rates and having to take shelter of when the next muscle will hit. you have responses. >> bill: they played this china card for some time and it's not changing anything. of anything he's getting more brazen. >> china's interest in north korea are aligned with us in some ways and others they are not. they do not want a complete expansion of south korea onto the entirety of the korean
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peninsula. the inclusion or the destruction of north korea, politically speaking, would not be something that china wants. they would have to do what they would do to have us to get pressure off of them, but they are not looking for regine james and north korea. they do not want a u.s. ally across the whole entirety of the korean peninsula. >> bill: that's a great point. now to london. self timer, early stage of the investigation, what do you make of that so far? >> statistically based on what we have seen from attacks in the u.k. in the past, including lending, it's overwhelming the likelihood here that this is a jihadist attack of some time. based on what we seen, it doesn't look like it would be -- it looks very pulmonary largest cell. doesn't look like someone who had any training whatsoever. this looks like a self-starter, people refer to them as lone wolves. given what happened where you had a large cell in spain engaged in bomb construction and it went awry and then they
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decided to just go and engage in vehicle attack, that's a major concern right now because this individual's already tried terrorism, wounded a bunch of people during rush hour in london. if he can get himself into a car, vehicle anywhere he might be able to pull off a second and perhaps mass casualty attack. >> bill: five times in london this year alone. the manchester concert, the vehicle attack on parliament, the london bridge, and on and on it goes and london. are they doing anything differently to stop this? when you hear tweets like this from a president who says "loser terrace must be dealt, the internet is her main recruitment tool which we might cut off and he is better." >> london has facing this issue for years. this in some way, is a continued problem for what's going on with the islamic state, with the enhancement of radicalization that has been occurring there. they are trying to defeat -- a
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lot of times you don't hear about them and sometimes we do and one occasionally we'll get through like this. you're asking for 100% security and it looks like someone got through. no for tallies yet as i understand it. >> bill: buck sexton, thank you. more to come on this, 10 minutes past the hour. >> shannon: we will continue to update you on the terror attack in london and we will speak to someone who is on the subway just one car ahead of where that attack happened. much more on that plus how the world is reacting to north korea. adam kinzinger on deck. >> bill: new developments from florida after eight elderly patients died in that nursing home during hurricane irma. what we are now learning about the criminal investigation. >> shannon: president trump speaking out about susan rice after the former national security advisor explained why she unmasked trump officials. jason chaffetz is here, but first here's house until community member trey gowdy from our show yesterday. >> unmasking's are policy centric, it's on a question of
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>> shannon: new details on the criminal investigation into a florida nursing home after eight elderly nursing home patients died in the days surrounding hurricane irma. police say the building's air conditioning system was not fully functional. they had been granted a search
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warrant to investigate the facility. more than 140 people were evacuated from that nursing home after official sink temperatures inside that building sword to dangerous levels. ♪ >> he's not supposed to be doing that. what he did was wrong, and we have been saying that. that's just the tip of the iceberg. >> bill: that's the president on board air force one talking about susan rice, saying that she had no right to unmask the identities of people on his team. this comes days after risa spoke to the house intelligence community about this issue. jason chaffetz, now a fox news contributor here with us in new york. apparently, just so our audience knows, this was during the transition period. it was after the campaign. leaders were going to meet with president obama, the story goes, at that meeting was canceled for whatever reason. they did choose, however, to come to the u.s. and meet with trump team come apparently in
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trump tower. that's what this issue is about. you have a problem with that? >> no problem with it. what i have a problem with is unmasking some of the details that susan rice evidently was engaged in purity of three main players, ben rhodes, samantha power's, who is the investor to the united nations, and susan rice. susan rice a few months ago a singer had no idea and wasn't involved and had nothing to do with me. i would've never done this. now we are finding out that she actually did do something. >> bill: she said she did nothing to nobody. the losses, at least for political purposes. we have not determined that she has done either of those two things. >> unmasking unto itself is not against the wall. the timing is highly suspicious, the volume and frequency in which they were doing this unmasking. it's united arab emirates for goodness sakes. it's not like they are in imminent threat to the united states of america, and of course they're going to come meet with the new leader, upcoming leader of the free world.
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>> bill: judge napolitano has been on the story from the beginning. he said this last night with bret peers >> for goat the lea, to me, susan rice new and presumably her boss president obama that president-elect trump and his people were being surveilled in trump tower before he was president of the united states. >> but the white house is saying is saying -- >> judge napolitano is exactly right. what we heard is a total denial and now we are hearing about more and more instances where they actually were doing some things that required intelligent type of work that involves trump tower. >> bill: used to do this in your job and house. >> of the paper trail in the unmasking is something that is a very specific. i know the intelligence committee about the house and the senate, trey gowdy has been very involved in that and that's what they are looking through right now. >> bill: i want to talk about daca right now.
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there is a headline in political on the screen, "g.o.p. field we trade with prompted dealmaking with the dems." that may be that case for some. let's see how it unwinds. let's see what you said yesterday morning with the story first broke. he said the president doesn't need it let legislation written down that says build a wall. all the president needs is the money to build it. what he is saying that he wants massive support for the border. the southwestern u.s. you can interpret that anyway you want. more people? is that a wall? if you get the money, you can do what you want to do with it. are we parsing language here? are we on to something? >> the president has done some masterful wordsmithing here because building a wall, increasing border security, it does not require these acts of congress other than
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appropriating the money. if you want to deal with daca, which the president has signaled he wants to do and a lot of people want to do, without amnesty, debates and republicans would go nuts if there's a pathway to citizenship. if you're going to deal with daca, let the senate hash that out. the house can pass the appropriation because for the constitution they have to originate that and until that get signed into law, hold daca in place and then i can deal with daca. if you deal with the opposite order, you will cause a lot of problems. >> bill: he saying reach a deal on daca now and the deal mack the wall come later appears because the senate should pass out daca and let it sit in the house. then they have leverage in the house to say they need to find the wall and they have to walk down the border. some think the democrats in the past to support but now that it's donald trump they don't want to support. >> bill: do you think it happens? >> i think it's moving in that direction. they are signaling on both sides. going back to your previous comment, republicans will have to get used to the fact that
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donald trump is going to work on the other side of the aisle. that's what america wants. the president wants results. can't even get republicans to vote. if we can do that, we can put bills there. >> bill: is their betrayal right now? >> no. the president said he's a negotiator. he's a dealmaker. he hasn't stepped over the line. i know there's a lot of people saying, hey, mr. president, don't give up on your promise, no amnesty, locking up the mortar. the president is still on directory. >> bill: thank you, jason chaffetz. >> shannon: terrifying witness describing the scene as a bomb detonates on a london subway ca car. >> people were jumping over, like -- the train station, jumping down into it. the train was actually on the move, how are we getting out of there? >> shannon: more than 20 people so far injured and reports of a manhunt underway
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for a suspect. top foreign affairs community member adam kinzinger here is just ahead. >> bill: an american citizen working with isis captured in syria. details on this a developing on this friday morning. people would stare. psoriasis does that. it was tough getting out there on stage. i wanted to be clear. i wanted it to last. so i kept on fighting. i found something that worked. and keeps on working. now? they see me. see me. see if cosentyx could make a difference for you- cosentyx is proven to help people with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis... ...find clear skin that can last. don't use if you're allergic to cosentyx. before starting cosentyx, you should be checked for tuberculosis. an increased risk of infections and lowered ability to fight them may occur. tell your doctor if you have an infection or symptoms. or if you have received a vaccine or plan to. if you have inflammatory bowel disease,
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to get down the stairs. it's a very tight exit. >> shannon: a witness describing the horror inside a london subway station when a bomb blast went off during the morning rush hour. more than 20 people injured in the explosion, just the latest terror attack to rock the london capitol. adam kings are is here, good to have you with us this morning. our guesstimate at this point is that this did not go down the way the terrace had planned. officials there are calling it a terror incident. it could could have been much e but the entire drive or goal is to create or insight terror, it certainly sounds like that's what happened this morning. >> it does. it sounds like you had a following stampede, which you would understand if you were in a subway. he would be panicked too. if you think about the history of the london subway bombing and the things happen there. the point of terrorism, a terrorist obviously wants to commit as many crimes, as many deaths, as many injuries as
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possible. the basic part is they want to scare people to death. this is where the last thing the countries that are victims of this, including england, have a choice to make. they could do one of two things. they can retreat from the world and say let's get out of this because it's too frightening, or we can double down as the west, our efforts to defeat this cancerous ideology that's destroyed a religion and trying to destroy the world. i think we can do that by doubling our efforts, as the president has done against isis, al qaeda, and make it very clear that if you believe somehow that isis is the prophesied coming of the caliphate, they obviously aren't because that prophesied coming to the caliphate is not supposed to lose as they are losing today. >> shannon: on the issue of isis, president tweeting about this this morning that we have made more progress in the last nine months on isis than the obama demonstration has made in eight years, must be proactive and nasty. what do you think about the progress and where we need to go
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from here? >> i've been very impressed with the president's isis strategy for a couple reasons. the actual strategy. loosening up the rules of engagement, trusting your senior officers on the ground to make targeting decisions, make attack decisions. we learned that as a military officer that basically at the nearest to the battlefield points, somebody can make a decision, you can get real-time action more quickly. we have seen that happen. the president's been very in his rhetoric, which is we have to destroy this cancerous ideology. when you are saying that and you are making it clear that actual following him at the liberation of territory from your evil thoughts, that bites into the attempts by isis or al qaeda to recruit new members because it just boils their narrative that they are the coming caliphate because again, the coming caliphate is not supposed to lose. >> shannon: i want to make sure you get to a couple more topics to let me ask you about north korea. another watch over our analyte japan.
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secretary rex tillerson saying we call in all nations to take new members against the kim regime. china supplies north north korh most of its oil. china and russia must indicate that it indicates their intolerance for these reckless missile launches by taking direct actions of their own. calling them out quite publicly. >> i would amen that because i think that's absolutely true. let's live our lives and enjoy our lives and know that we have the best military and defensive and we have to be prepared for the fact that this is inevitably going to come to a point where america is going to have to take to some version of military action to stop this threat. it's scary, it's not something we want to talk about, but the reality is this is a doomsday scenario that we have troops and therefore that have envisioned. unless we can get something done through russia or china, sent a message to kim jong un, sending mesh message to those folks in the region, this might need a
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military response. >> shannon: i want to ask about our military this week. deadly accidents and training. we've seen recent incidents with our naval carriers out there, some aviation incidents as well. what do you make of what's happening to our men and women in uniform? >> it's tragic. it's an inherently a dangerous position. we are really inherently supposed to do dangerous things, that's what we are called upon. what has been happening lately is devastating because we have -- since the clusters happen, been shorting the military of the resources they needed to train and to invest in the next generation of body armor or armored vehicle. congress, with the president, has got to get a grip on this issue over the next few months, and with we are going to demand things of our military and asked that we go out there and risked their lives, we have to give them the resources they need to do it. >> shannon: congressman and major kinzinger, thank you with us. thank you for your service on both fronts. >> bill: got some breaking
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news, paul manafort said to testify in front of a grand jury this morning. jason maloney who worked for manafort's president trump campaign manager, starting earlier in 2017, did a lot of p.r. work. we don't know the content of today's testimony because it is after all secret. but it is happening. we want to give you that look from washington there. in the meantime, harvard university backlash. pulls the fellowship offered to farmer to my former private, chelsea manning, details on that decision and a minute. >> shannon: president trump says nothing will happen to the rumors. will a final deal be reached with him and democrats? growing concern amongst the republicans that are not happy about this. speak up we talked about taking care of people, people that were brought here, people that have done a good job. they were not brought here of their own volition.
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>> shannon: will president trump go around the g.o.p. to reach a deal with top congressional democrats to protect dreamers from deportation? they have a framework for a pass for. he said border security must be a part of any final agreement. >> we are not looking for citizenship, we are not looking at amnesty, we are looking at allowing people to stay here. we are working with everybody. republicans, we are working with democrats. >> you cannot fix daca without fixing the root cause of our problem. we do not have control of our borders, so we need border security and enforcement as part of any agreements. i think that something that democrats are beginning to understand appeared that something they are beginning to agree with. >> i believe we've had enough conversation with the president with ed much reiteration to protect the dreamers, i believe the president, the cause of conviction, but because of
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reality is there for the dreamers. >> shannon: joining me now, juan williams and matt schlapp. good to see both, gentlemen. listen, a lot of conservatives out there very angry, people who very vocally supported the president said every rally was build the wall, that was the chant. now it seemed like they are parsing words in washington. everybody is saying border security and the dems say that will not include the wall. here's what rand paul said about this and about the president working across the aisle. i don't think there's anything wrong necessarily with talking of with the other side, but they are bad -- better roxy don't give up. juan, what is he doing? >> i think the anise he comes down to the bed rock. when you come the criticism from the right from the ann coulter's of the world, from the bannon and the bright parts of the world, then it's about amnesty.
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the promise of a wall, the president said the wall will happen. it just won't happen right now and he emphasizes the notion that democrats will get him on something on border security and added surveillance, electronics, maybe staffing on the border in exchange for the dreamer plan. >> shannon: we have republican congressmen saying this. this is a core explicit and graphically clear promise he made to the the american peopl. if he backtracks on this promise, i don't think you have a single friend left in the country prayed the will abandon him. >> there's no question. this is an emotional topic. whenever you talk about immigration, everybody starts to want to get on their point of view. i talked to a lot of people around the country, conservative activists around the country, and it seems like in most of their heads, what they were mostly concerned about, it seemed like the president wasn't standing firm on the wall. if he's going to make any deal on immigration, even if they disagree with that deal, they think the wall has got to be
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part of anything that's done on immigration. although he talked to the press several times throughout the day, which made yesterday kind of confusing, he made it really clear that the wall has to be a part of it. i think for most conservatives, it all starts with getting a guaranteed commitment in congress that they will pass something for the wall. >> shannon: juan, a number of these moderate house republicans that went to the white house and met with him this week that there was no quid pro quo, no discussion of liking the wall to daca in any way. >> that's what they say, shannon. you got it right. it seems like the president has been very clear in saying there will be a wall, it just won't happen right now and saying in fact he tried to pressure the democrats as part of the deal to promise that they will not obstruct his efforts and a budget deal or later to get the wall. in terms of this deal -- >> which means it's part of the wall. >> shannon: to the point that we had this breitbart had led the calling him amnesty done.
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juan references about amnesty or citizenship. the president said there's no way we're doing amnesty or citizenship, but there are people inside the meeting that said the ideal of a passive citizenship was in some way, sources claim, discussed. matt, you know that will not go over well the people who turned out by the millions basically over the course of the campaign to hear him talk about this and say they wanted him to deport these people, build this wall, and these people will not take american jobs and become citizens. >> i think if the president came back out and fix this idea about the law or at least clarified, if that's not part of his overall framework on immigration, there's not going to be any deal. remember how may times john baynard went up and they thought they had a deal with president obama and it fell apart because there wasn't trust there. there will have to be a lot of trust for this to happen. when it comes to how you handle the legal populations within the country come up with the president said over and over again on the campaign trail is that everybody's going to have to go home and the good ones
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will be able to come back and we will have some kind of expedited process. i think he has to set up a framework. this is the first community he's got to talk about with people called the dreamers. by the way, there's a lot of people who are coming over here illegally with a dream too. i don't like that title. when he finished, juan. he's got to set up a framework that does not look like he's just giving blanket amnesty. if he sets up a framework, i think there's a lot of people that will listen. >> shannon: republican leadership seem amused by this. if you want to send us whatever deal, we will take a look at it. we will see. have a great weekend, thank you both. >> bill: and the 40 keys now returning home to devastation this week, days after hurricane irma battered the island chain. about 75% of power now have power back. fema sets a quarter of the homes
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along the keys were destroyed and many more. still some major damage. communities have seen all this week. he's live this morning. bill, hello. >> this is a marine science see camp here on big pine key, one of the hardest hit keys and all of the state of florida, especially here. you can see it as a wasteland now, propellers everywhere. this is a two-story house over there just trashed as of the eye wall of hurricane irma brought and sustained winds of 130 gusts and much higher, blew through here five days ago. here's some advantage. wisely the humans all abandon this place. the cats are still milling about, scavenging for food. over here, just everything a wasteland. every single boat flipped over. you can get a bigger picture of big pine key and next door little torch key. homes, trailers all flipped and
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damaged. pretty much every structure has some sort of damage. the power situation, utilities, on this stretch of the lower keys, there are eight power line down in a row. this will be the last one to get power back, especially here in the keys. 300 total power lines toppled during the storm in the entirety of the keys and some of the worst damage to both also have been down here that area. flipped upside down, apparently right in place like a somersault. other both lifted up onto land, some ended up on u.s. 1. gasoline down here in the lower keys, in fact all of the keys, still remains a big challenge. there are a couple of free gas giveaways happening today. if you are really fond is set appear on big pine key. you can fill up your canisters of gas, 5-gallon limit, but it's free, and that will help a lot of these residents get back home and power up their generators
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because without electricity, generators are providing all the power. as it is right now in key west, only 20% now have power. self-service is coming back. >> bill: remarkable images. the rebuilding just starts. thank you, bill. >> shannon: the latest now on the terror investigation of london. where is the suspect or suspects behind what is being called a homemade bomb on the subway? we are going to talk to someone who was near that attack when it happened. >> bill: some conservative and shapiro had protesters at his speech at uc berkeley last night. at school taking extraordinary security measures. how about $600,000 worth? bernie goldberg is here next on that. >> as far as a white supremacist, you see the thing on the top of my head. this funny hat. it's called a yarmulke. white supremacists aren't that fond of it.
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>> shannon: denying his
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government was involved in a series of mysterious attacks that left more than 20 american diplomats injured in cuba. some of those official suffering concussions and permanent hearing loss. after they reported being targeted by some of covert sonic device. this of isaac to make surprising u.s. officials by seeking out the top diplomat in the country with a face-to-face meeting peered he said he's just as puzzled as they are by the attack sprayed several canadians were also hurt. >> bill: the university of california berkeley last night, four conservative writer ben schapiro speech did happen. it did take place. but that school often taking extraordinary security members, costing around $600,000 in missed fears of outburst by violent far left group, aunt eva. he called up protesters during his speech last night. >> the reason i am here is because fashion does not own this anniversary. there are people that you want to hear differing views who do not want to be told that they
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can only hear one of you, who don't believe that the first amendment should die under the birkenstocks of an anarchist pieces of garbage. >> bill: it went from there. i can say -- bernie goldberg, good day to you and good mornin morning. the tweet from schapiro went out this way sent prior to his speech. it cost over $600,000 thanks to a t antifa. what you make of this? >> this is one of those good news, bad news stories. the good news is that vents appear, whose only crime, and a use that in gigantic quotation marks, is that he had conservative views that leftist didn't want to hear. the good news is, he got to speak. the bad news that you just reported is that it cost $600,000 to make sure he could speak without getting beaten up. the overriding question for me is, how did we get to this point? things like this don't happen
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overnight. they evolve over long periods of time. i think the answer is that university presidents and deans for far too long allowed left-wing students to disrupt and shutdown conservative speakers. faculty members, professors who were once radical students themselves, never condemned this kind of stuff. in some cases, they encouraged it. if somebody in power, bill, had expelled students early on in this ridiculous game and said this is a university, we don't tolerate this, i don't think we'd be at this point today. that's like touching the back side of the storm. the "l.a. times," here's a paragraph from it today. uc berkeley has told students that counseling is available to those stressed by all the commotion. a large swath of the campus will be closed off, including the plaza where the free speech movement began in the 1960s.
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hundreds of thousands of dollars has been spent on security. pepper spray protesters after a 20 year band was lifted off the city council this week. smells like freedom, bernie. >> this is my favorite part of the story. the first of those items that you mention that students at the university of california at berkeley, one of the best public universities or any university in all of america, it will get free mental health therapy if they were troubled or unsettled or bothered by something that ben shapiro said. in 1944, 18-year-olds, 19-year-old, 20-year-old men and boys, stormed the beaches at normandy. german machine gunners were firing bullets at them, and they went up the beach to free europe. and now we have 18, 19, 20-year-old young men and women
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who need mental health therapy if they heard of something they don't like? this is part of how university presidents and administrators help keep these kids as infants. they need to grow up. you know what, when they leave college and they pull a stunt like this, i hope their employer froze them out of the office because somebody needs to do that. >> bill: shapiro says the only people that stand between those atms and antifa are police. all they get from the left is a bunch of. bernie, quick last word. i got to run. >> one news report said, speech is violence. let's get that out of the way. speech is never violent. speech may be something the boys on campus might not like. it might hurt their feelings, but speech is not violence and it shows that these leftists are on top of everything else, they
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are not too smart. >> bill: thank you, bernie goldberg. >> shannon: harvard was throwing a fellowship officer to chelsea manning. it made a big backlash from the intel community. that's next.
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>> bill: in a moment, we will hear from rex tillerson will speak shortly at the nation's capital. this follows the attack in london earlier today. it also follows the possibility for comments on north korea's latest missile attacks that happened last night. firing a missile over the country of japan for the second time now, and about a month, we are waiting on that from rex tillerson. standby with that news. >> shannon: in the meantime, hard bird reversing its decision to name chelsea manning as a visiting fellow to the university. the school dean calling it "a
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mistake." mike pompeo canceled a planned appearance at the school and he's not in the only one. good morning, molly. >> that's right. cia director mike pompeo decided to cable his appearance there. withdrawing in a last-second letter that was sent to the dean. pompeo cites his conscience and a duty to the men and women of the central intelligence agency in this decision in the wake of an invite to chelsea manning to come as a visiting fellow. manning is a transgender u.s. army officer who was convicted in 2013 of espionage and other crimes for leaking classified information to wikileaks. she was released from prison and served a seven of a 35 year sentence. president obama had commuted her sentence, you remember. in his letter, pompeo wrote, "it is an enemy of the united states.
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leaders from both political parties it denounced space eight actions as traitorous. many believe those leaks put the lives of the patriotic men and women of the cia in danger. those military and intelligence officials are right. indeed manning stands against everything the brave men and women i served alongside stamper." the dean of the harvard release his own statement that it was a mistake to designate it as a fellow, splitting the didn't want to endorse her. many people view that visiting fellow title as an honorary and noted his belief that for each invitation to a potential visitor, there should be a way into what members of the school communities have learned against the extent of what that person fulfills the values of public service to which they expire. he acknowledges that that was a mistake. pompeo also made it clear in his letter that it did not have any clear to have manning's identity
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as a trans -- transgender woman but a traitor. >> bill: there are two breaking news stories of global implications. the news of a terror attack out of london and also the latest from north korea. back in a moment on both. whuuuuuat?rtgage offer from the bank today. you never just get one offer. go to and shop multiple loan offers for free! free? yeah. could save thousands. you should probably buy me dinner. no. go to for a new home loan or refinance. receive up to five free offers
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>> shannon: we have some fresh comments from the president, awaiting to hear from him on the london attack. moments ago, listen in. >> they keep going and going and we had to be very, very tough. we are not nearly tough enough. that is just an absolutely terrible thing, in fact, i'm going to call the prime minister right now. yes. numerous things happening, including north korea. [indistinct]
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we have to be tougher. we have to be smarter. thank you. >> shannon: there the present moment ago. we will tell you the story about what he's doing on the lawn and just a minute but if the attacks continue, we had to be tougher, smarter, referencing the london explosion. talking about tying in the travel ban that is now headed for the supreme court. talking about using our tools against the terrorists. due to our separate two coverage continues with shannon bream and bill hemmer. he tweeted earlier today, the travel ban in the united states should be for a larger, tougher, more specific but stupidly that would not be politically correct. expect to hear more along that today from it. >> shannon: he called a loser terrorists is that we had to get tougher with them. the internet as their main recruitment, so we have to cut off and use better. as he was walking back into the white house there to call the
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prime minister and speak with her. joining us now is chris wallace on a very busy news morning. >> good morning to you, shannon. >> shannon: the president is now speaking out about london, let's talk about all kind of things that needs to be done. he also said this morning and his tweets that we've gotten much better with isis. he said he's made more progress and nine months than the obama administration did in eight years. your reaction. >> it is true that we really have begun to roll i suspect it when i say we, a lot of it with the support and very much the involvement of the iraqi army. taking back multiple and other bases of isis strength in iraq and doing it in syria. one of the concerns is that the so-called caliphate, the islamic state, shrinks, that that's going to increase their effort to export this kind of terrorism around the world. the european capitals would love
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to do it inside the united states. the travel ban is interesting. the president is pushing that, but we don't know who the people were that were involved in the case of london yet. a lot of these cases, it turns out to be homegrown terrorism, maybe with the direction or inspiration of isis, but not actually having traveled to the middle east. it is at all points bulletin. you got to limit the bad people from getting into this country, but also, as you pointed out, you got to deal with the communication through the internet and the ability of isis to spread its message of hate and murder through the virtual world. when there is a receptive mind to that, it doesn't matter who they are or where they are from, if they are open to that argument, they can be very persuadable to act by themselves. with no formal connection to any of these groups, sometimes they have and sometimes they don't. we have another want from north korea over our ally in japan.
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secretary state tillerson speaking out on that, publicly calling out china and russia by name, talking about what they do with north korea and the fact that they must step up and stop when it comes to oil and forced labor. they are no good if you don't enforce them. >> there couple points i want to make about this. think about japan. if you are on that northernmost japanese island of hokkaido and you hear this air raid alarm, sounds and you might've heard during the blitz in britain back in world war ii, you don't know right away, is that missile just a test that's going to fly harmlessly over our country? or is it an attack that's going to hit hokkaido, which is part of japan? the terror there must be extreme. if there's one thing and all of this, and you think of this second test over japan that we had a couple weeks ago the hydrogen, what appears to be a hydrogen bomb tested underground
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and north korea, is that nothing seems to be working. the president's tough talk of fire and fury, the increased sanctions who just got a new set of sanctions including more of a limits on exports to north kore north korea, all the pressure that we are putting on china, threatening to cut off trade with companies, businesses that do business with north korea, none of it seems to be working. the kim regime seems to be determined and seems to feel that it's survival depends on having a nuclear weapon, not that it's going to jeopardize them but in fact it's going to ensure their survival. at this point, the west led by the united states seem to have come up with a credible strategy to try to stop them. >> shannon: we know they are learning things from each new test and it launches. we are told this is being characterized of something they still need to work on the accuracy, but the distance is now put in guam and other u.s. territories within reach. with that on the table, we got you and nikki haley saying we
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are not looking for war. as you pointed out, the kim regime, and somewhat, thinks about preserving themselves and inviting their own destruction. a lot of folks say everything's on the table and been prepared for the president and that does include military options. it seems that north korea is just egging to the point of pushing every button they can. we know the u.n. security council is scheduled to meet again this afternoon, but as we discussed with the sanctions, will it make any different? >> that's the point. if sanctions were going to make a difference, one would have made difference already. they just announced, as i say, a major cut into oil exports which the kim regime is tremendously dependent on. their immediate response, within days, it's to watch this missile over japan. again, you wonder if there's anything to do to stop them and yes, do we have a military capability of taking out their missile program? indefinitely. taking out their nuclear
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program, that would be harder because a lot of it is underground. as somebody who's been in that part of the world, we cannot overstate the fact that the north korean border, the dmc is just 30 miles from seoul that has tens of thousands of american soldiers and 20 million people. no matter what we do, they will be able to launch, literally, thousands of rockets and artillery shells, short range weapons that could have rained down a ring of destruction and kill hundreds of thousands of people. when i say there are no good answers, it's simple. there are no good answers. we went as busy as this news day seems, by the time i get to fox news sunday it could be a whole new world. who do you have on today? thank you for your time, chris. he's going to sit down on sunday with national security advisor h.r. mcmaster, a critical voice in the middle of everything going on right now.
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that's ahead of president trump's visit to the united nations next week. 2:00 and 10:00 eastern on the fox news channel and check your local listings for sunday morning air time. >> bill: more now on what we know out of central luncheon. it's kind is reporting a moment ago, police have identified a suspect. not arrested but i.d. this is now the fifth terror attack to hit the u.k. this year. it state as a homemade bomb going off and inside a crowded subway 8:00 a.m. local time. at least 22 injured, many of those injuries from burns on board that subway car. when this is saying they heard a bang and saw a flash in the following moments were absolute chaos. >> i had screamed and i looked and i saw the remnants of smoke. people just started running towards me. just as the moment as i pulled into him the train had left, it just slow down.
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they were running down the carriage and then i started running on the platform. majority of the people got to the exit before i even had, and i was sort of -- lots of people were doing a bolt down there. there were people who were saying there was an assailant on the train, that made people more scared. knife, weapon, running through everyone's head and talking and screaming and shouting. >> bill: there is just one of many eyewitnesses there on camera. here's another one writing in a cart with a nearby trainer at the time of that attack. good to know that you were okay. what did you see in here? >> you don't really expect to be in a major terrorism incident. it was something to be seen for sure. one thing i do want to mention is that emergency services were absolutely outstanding.
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they literally arrived instantaneously. i was very impressed with them. the londoners may made very calm, cool, collected for the most part. the train stopped, the doors open and we left quickly as we could. it's during rush hour, so the trains get very, very packed. you can imagine it was very crushed, tense situation. a sweet degree above ground at that point? >> above ground. there was a trade that was hit? >> yes, it was. >> bill: did you see any of the injured there. >> i did. i wasn't sure what was going on. i assumed, i think we all did when the train stopped, as londoners, you get very used to the security alerts when it does stop and we are trained. i think we all assumed it was another false alarm. then it became very quickly clear that there was a serious incident. you could tell police immediately started arriving on the scene and were encouraging us to leave.
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what i did see was a lot lot of small children. there was a small boy who looked like he had been crushed. i'm not sure thousand the actual incident itself or if that was rushing up the stairs with a bunch of people. this is an hour when lots of schoolchildren, sort of those harry potter uniforms, that is what children wear here, so there are lots of small children in school uniforms on that train. i saw a lot of children were attended but it was very frightening to be adult and let alone a child during that situation. >> bill: you are creating quite an image for us. as a terrorism expert as you describe yourself, five attacks in england in the past year, what is the sense on behalf of the people there? >> i'm glad you brought this up because we do see a lot of commentators throughout the world saying that this has been perhaps a spike. i see this more as a shift, and i think that's a term you like to use over here rather than a spike of these incidents, we are looking at a shift and a pattern
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of trajectory where we will be seeing more. as horrible as that sounds, i say that not to encourage alarm, but to encourage people to be alert and vigilant and cautious. one of the things we are looking at right now and everyone's looking very hard on is, is this an isolated incident? we don't know if perhaps you will have more information. we don't know definitely if it is terrorism. >> bill: they describe it that way. >> okay, we have had incidences in the past where it's just been people with a mental -- if it is terrorism, we do need to be concerned that this could be part of a larger network and further strengths could happen here in london but also elsewhere. everyone's working very hard to i.d. the perpetrators and figure out if there's a network. >> bill: you're a terrific and i'm glad to see that you're okay. allison, thank you. allison barrie with us there and london. >> shannon: this is a fox news alert, new emails from whom
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abbott and released by the state department why the judicial watch is now saying there are enough to spark a criminal investigation. >> bill: also, at dire situation in the virgin islands, why full recovery may be a very long time away. >> the virgin islands is really hit. they were hit as hard as i've ever seen. but the virgin islands were hit. i will be going there at the end of the week or the beginning of the following week. your brain changes as you get older. but prevagen helps your brain with an ingredient originally discovered... in jellyfish. in clinical trials, prevagen has been shown to improve short-term memory. prevagen. the name to remember.
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>> shannon: newly released emails attained by judicial watch show that the group claims they revealed a new examples of the clinton foundation requesting and receiving favors from the state department. the emails are apparently from clinton aid huma abedin's account. the president's additional watch and you have been a relentless fighter are getting more of these release. you seem to have continued success. what's in the new batch? >> there are new emails from and to mrs. clinton that we didn't know about before. she's told congress under oath that she turned over all of the emails and told the court in our case as far she knows, they were all turned over. it raises questions about her veracity. lots of information showing classified information was being thrown around on this email server of mrs. clinton and mrs. ba. she had a email account on her server. there is classification of the
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middle east come about military contributions from our allies in afghanistan, sensitive information about the identity of presidential briefer related to the cia operations. it really, really, outrageous abuses and mishandling of classified information. going back to the pay to play sandal, it's email after email about doug dance was a clinton foundation top official and worked with the clintons closely and coordinated with huma abedin to take care of favors for clinton foundation donors were going through him to get access and benefits from the state department. visas to cuba, going to singapore, other types of activity like that. it's in there in black and white, and i don't understand where the justice department hasn't gotten its act together and reinvestigation. we all know that jim comey's
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investigation was a sham. >> shannon: you get out of these emails they are "obviously violated laws about how they were handling classified information and you talk about pay to play. you said up toward a serious criminal investigation by an independent trump justice department. he just mentioned them. do you think that this will trigger any kind of further look? how does this work? you get material that congress hasn't been able to get their hands on, how do you move forward if you believe they should be moving for? >> in this case, the justice department is working with the state department to provide the emails. the justice department and the fbi have new clinton emails they have been turned over to us yet from huma abedin's laptop we are still waiting on. the justice department knows about this but we all know institutionally they have an interest in protecting the reputation and what comey and the prior administration did. they are still there from the prior administration.
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that's why you need, in my view, donald trump needs to tell attorney general sessions or the responsible officials at the justice department to take another look here, see what was done during the last administration, and to do an independent evaluation of the evidence today. we can't trust what was done before by comey who had to fire his fbi director because no one trusted him. >> shannon: i know you uncovered an email that covers a speechwriter for mrs. clint asking huma abedin about a mother. her mother odyssey considered by a lot of folks to be considered controversial. do not use political terms such as democracy, elections, freedom, do not use the term of empowerment of women. do not even mention driving for women. that's within exclamation. don't sound sympathetic to women's fight and patronizing what women's have done. they rightly considered this in house issues. not really going to a legal issue necessarily but it will be
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interesting for the lookie lou's out there. >> on behalf of radical islam, everyone said how dare you criticize or? now it looks like she had a hand in crafting mrs. clinton's message during a town hall of saudi arabia along these lines. look at the transcript and couldn't see where abedin information or advice was ignored by mrs. clinton. it looks like mrs. clinton took this advice and it didn't raise the issue suggestion by abedin's mother. >> shannon: as far as we can tell, it was informally used in the speech that would be crafted for her. we know your search continues and the justice department may as well. tom fitton, thank you so much. >> bill: there is a desperate battle for survival. u.s. virgin islands offering a direct hit by hurricane irma. what is being done to help them? hillary clinton laying claim left, right, and center. now a new explanation on what really happened from
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>> bill: startling images from the u.s. virgin islands. other destruction in the wake of hurricane irma. electricity will be out for months. some reports describe it like stepping onto another planet. that used to be paradise. matt atkinson lives there and he evacuated for the florida storm and now he's trying to help a lot of people back on st. john. matt, good morning to you, and i know you've got a lot of concern for back home. first, what are you hearing and then we will get to how folks can help? >> good morning to you as well. we are definitely just trying to
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focus our efforts immediately on the response and relief that we can get to the island as fast as possible. there are some relief efforts that are on the ground now. the government has been stepping in and a tremendous effort of working alongside the local officials and all the volunteers we have on the ground. we are definitely making progress, but as far as what we have been told about what's happening on the ground, it is total devastation. some of our friends of actually quoted themselves and saying waking up and not knowing when the next amount of relief is coming from and not knowing what to expect the next day. it's otherworldly really. our efforts have been mainly based on rescue, relief, and rebuild. it's going to be a long and arduous effort to make sure that we can bring back tourism to the virgin islands. that's where our focus has been. >> bill: you want to load up a giant 47 and take the relief supplies there. >> we have a few different -- >> bill: what do people need their other than food and water
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and the basics at this point? >> obviously, the most necessary relief is going to be in the form of food and water. beyond that, our entire power grid is gone, and after most of the videos and pictures have not surfaced about the devastation. we are working on getting a power grid up and running and restoring cell phone service to the island. we've also been able to establish a wi-fi access point for most of the people on st. john so they can start to get in touch with their families and friends have been concerned for the most needed items down there are the generators, chainsaws to help with the relief effort, power tools. any power in communication to the outside world. they definitely feel helpless and almost forgotten about. we have to remember the virgin islands are nearly 1,000 miles on the mainland of the u.s. and the focus has been on florida and houston with the most recent storms and that area. but more important than that, what we are really focusing in kind of turning our efforts
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towards with this amazing outpouring of support is to start to generate capital and funds to actually do this. the most important thing for us is putting money in the hands of the people that know how to rebuild these islands. >> bill: how can they help? >> we established our virgin islands relief fund, which is a 501c3 fund profit. we have our website established and ready to help establish -- and create reports want to be hands on in the rebuilding of all of our islands. it's called virgin you can get all the information there and accepting donations regularly at this point. any kind of donation can help to make it a huge difference and rebuilding our tourism in the economy that we rely on so much. >> bill: good luck. it's going to be a long road. matt atkinson, thank you. >> shannon: breaking news coming in on a terror
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investigation out of london. there are reports the police have identified a suspect. comes as prime minister theresa may takes aim at president trump over a tweet this morning from immediately after the attack. we will explain that next. >> bill: also the president saying there's no deal yet on policies affecting immigrants known as a framers at some in his own party speak out the potential negotiation with democrats. the governor, mike huckabee, reacts to all of that next live. >> we are working on a deal for daca, but a lot has to do with the amount of security. we are very heavy security at the border. we want surveillance. we want a lot of things at the border. ultimately, we don't want them to obstruct. experience the lexus rx with advance safety...
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>> bill: 10:32 here in york. breaking news out of london saying police have identified a suspect after a homemade bomb exploded inside at a crowded subway car at a station on the london tube.
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22 injured in the morning rush hour attack. sky news reporting a suspect identified so far, so far no arrest but has been i.d. president trump tweeting another --dash must be proactive. mike huckabee andy fox news contributor. immediate reaction first on the attack in england. >> they have to be getting to the place where they realize that terrorism is alive and wel well. this time for us. people are genuinely afraid to do the most basic things, whether to go shopping or work because in this case, you have terrorists that are going after people like children and there's nothing worse than to fear doing your everyday activities. the president is exactly right. you have to start taking this to them. you have to start screening people, getting in, and then watching what they are getting on the internet.
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the internet companies have to take a stronger position of filtering the ability of these people to recruit and to train through social media. >> bill: he's at deliver that message as well. come back to the comment about scotland yard. theresa may said that there's apparently a phone call that may have happened the past hour between president trump and the prime minister because he made that comment in the rose garden a moment ago. she was asked about his reference to scotland yard a short time ago. i don't think she liked it. here's the comment in that i will ask you about it. >> i don't think it's helpful for anybody to suspect an ongoing investigation. as i just said, the police and security services are working to discover full circumstances of this cowardly attack, and to identify all those responsible. >> bill: suggested and all that is that the president jumped the gun when he mentions scotland yard. >> i think it's a legitimate point on his part to make scotland yard will be the ones
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investigating it. certainly theresa may is going to be very sensitive about this and i understand this. biggest issue for everybody, who did it, why did they do it, how do we stop it? letting the politicians point fingers is one thing, but ultimately, you got to start going to the source of this stuff and it's radical is islam and the hatred people have toward people and freedom and we've just reached a point where we have to say enough is enough. >> bill: he's also saying the travel ban is not tough enough. expect more on that, i would believe. >> i would think so. it embarrasses these courts and the people on the far left to think open borders as a good idea. it certainly is not a good idea in europe. look all over europe whether it's pain, london, there is no safe place. europe is becoming a very frightening place to be for many people. because the open borders are simply not working. then when you add to that the idea that you don't want to say
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anything unkind about people's religion, at least if they are muslim, and frankly this is not a muslim issue, this is a terrorist issue, at which people have co-opted islam and made it their justification for killing people. we need to join with people of the islamic faith in saying, this is unacceptable, this is not religion, this is fanaticism and its people. >> bill: i want to turn quickly to daca. from the conservative writing, whether they feel this president is principles that they have talked about and campaigned on for a long time? a couple tweets this week. does anybody really want to throw out young people of jobs? some serving in the military, really? they've been in our country for many years through no fault of their own. big border security. where does this debate go? does he get it? >> here's where i think it has to go. the wall still has to happen. the reason it does is because
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nobody's going to trust the government that doesn't secure its borders. once that's done, i think we should do daca. we should do something that you don't punish kids for what their parents are dead. i am a conservative, but i totally embrace that. here's what i embrace, i embrace doing it in a constitutional way. with the president it was incredibly generous to say congress, you have six months. you've had years but you've got six months because we got to get this solved. he can't do it by himself. the people that suggested he could or should apparently haven't read the constitution. at the same time, he can't abandon the idea, which i believe won him the election, the notion that we will secure our borders, going to take control of who we are as a nation, and if he abandons that, then the president -- >> bill: do you think that he would negotiate the way the wall to get a deal? >> i don't think he would. i don't think he could. i don't think he would understand the backlash toward him would be so extraordinary.
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not just from the right. there were many people in blue states, these are parents who have lost their children to the crimes committed by people who did come here illegally. there is not just a left-right issue here. there's an up-down, vertical issue. his focus on border security has to be maintained. if he does that, then i think he earns the right to successfully get the nine and other immigration reforms accomplished. >> bill: thank you for your time, governor. mike huckabee, good to see you. >> shannon: the opioid epidemic putting a spotlight on efforts to intercept illegal drugs being shipped into the country. laura ingle takes us behind the scenes of one of the main points of entry, a massive warehouse at new york kennedy airport. good morning, laura. >> good morning, shanna. at jfk's international mail facility really acts as one of
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our nation's borders. it were a million patches arrived at our process each and every day and that's one way opio to have been smuggled into our country. using drug sniffing dogs, x-rays, and handheld laser detectors, the border protection officers are working the front lines at jfk's international mail facility facility were 60% of the nations mail arrives to stop illegal drugs from entering the country. they say the focus is on opioids appear >> the number one truck that's killing americans is factional. sentinel is coming through the mail and lots of small packages. >> the latest figures show more than 30,000 people died from overdoses in the u.s. using opioids in 2015. jfk find drugs and hidden in a variety of ways every day. >> we just found a package that that is a drug and you can tell from the package that they
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include some things like sponges to make us think that it is actual card, turtle wax cards washing equip it. >> fentanyl also arrived in packages coming primarily from hong kong and china. screening is a challenge but now it updated technology, the fight to stop fentanyl and other opioids from coming into the u.s. is improving. >> weakness can't stand still. the storm problem is so huge that we need better data early. the message is clearly that we are working with all of our partners to combat this threat and we will find you. we will eventually get to you and bring you to justice. >> shannon, one of the biggest legal hurdles have been the lack of tracking information from international senders, and it is something that they continue to work with their international peers to try and catch these guys, stop them, and prosecute them. >> shannon: laura ingle, thank you very much. >> bill: another confederate
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statue coming down. he was removed from where in a moment as the landscape changes before our eyes. >> shannon: a new take on why hillary clinton lost the election. >> i think it's pretty clear to all of america. i think it's sad that after hillary clinton ran one of the most negative campaigns in history and lost, and the last chapter of her public life is going to be notified by by popping up book sales with attacks. bp uses flir cameras - a new thermal imagining technology - to inspect difficult-to-reach pipelines, so we can detect leaks before humans can see them. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better. what comes to mind when you think about healthcare?
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>> shannon: hillary clinton's post election memoir "what happened" parking reaction when she tries to explain why she lost. she finds a lot of blame to go around. "wall street journal" has a different take. she says here's what really happened to hillary. rachel campos-duffy is a fox news contributor. caprice cafaro here as well. good to see you both.
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i want to read a little bit more about this piece. she says this source of detail on the campaigns are popular, but they tend to obscure the bigger reasons for failure. in this case, the democratic party settled itself with an ethically compromised and a joyless candidate because i had nobody else. do you think the book is a good or bad idea? >> i think it's more of a healing process for hillary clinton. i think it's more of a personal exercise for her, as a human being. as far as a good idea for the democratic party, probably not. we do need to reflect and look back on the challenges that the democratic party had to, but they are not just unique to hillary clinton. we do need to find our voice again. we need to reclaim the economic message. continuing to litigate the point of that 2016 election is not going to help us. as likely to help us move forward and it's not going to help us won elections in 2018
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and beyond. >> shannon: rachel, she still has star power with the millions of people that voted for her. she says she's not going to be a political candidate again, but she does want to use whatever political capital she has to be out there for democrats and progressive causes. >> i don't believe that's why she's on the trail. i believe she's on the trail because she wants to make more money. she's a very corrupt politician. she's joyless, but i think the conclusion that she tries -- comes to in this column is that she thinks that the socialist and central government message, economic message of a democrat was rejected. i don't have such a rosy picture, as kimberly says that had young people voted, the only ones putting in the selection. i think bernie sanders would have won. we had very -- economically uneducated young people and that's a problem for republicans. it's also a opportunity for them to pass their agenda with that free-market policies ideas that
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can actually bring about prosperity and jobs and self-reliance and really the american dream. >> shannon: she says republicans had failed to unite or government or pass their biggest priorities. political analysts are setting themselves up for another surprise if they ignore the big reasons democrat lost the election in what comes next. your reaction. >> i think that she's right. it's a fact that democrats at the infighting going on what is commonly referred to the freedom caucus and the more conservative, more libertarian side and at the tuesday group, which is more moderate. that has occluded them from passing, particulate, and most notably, the repeal and replace of the affordable care act. i will say this though too, as a democrat from ohio, one that served as a minority leader for a number of years in the senate, i don't think it's a good idea for the democrats to lurch further to the left and embrace
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this more oppressive agenda a bernie sanders. our infighting is not going to help us either. frankly, that was so popular among democrats, bernie sanders would have won states like ohio that donald trump went by and over 11 points. that's because donald trump talked about what traditional democrats in the middle of the country really care about. that was the economy, trade, workforce development. we need to get back to those issues and not go further to the left, making this more of a party that we are. which is why we're having such a hard time getting people into this party. >> shannon: rachel, last word here. there are a lot of things the president talked about on the campaign trail. they have not been able to come together and get past what happens in the midterms if you don't have repeal and replace? if you don't have tax reform, a deal on the debt ceiling? >> they will lose. this is their one chance. they waited a generation to have these kinds of majorities. it's an opportunity for them to win over the young people who
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frankly, i think, are in the camp of bernie sanders. they need to prove that these policies work and it will bring about the prosperity that we are all wanting to enjoy. they will lose if they don't pass this. as we both are predicting, each of your parties, we will see. thank you both. >> bill: nasa say goodbye to a spacecraft 13 years later. what we learned along the way. deep in space. dear read me now do you read me now? ♪ en we found out how many years that money would last them. how long do you think we'll keep -- oooooohhh! you stopped! you're gonna leave me back here at year 9? how did this happen? it turned out, a lot of people fell short, of even the average length of retirement. we have to think about not when we expect to live to, but when we could live to.
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>> bill: today the cassini spacecraft ending a mission exploring saturn, and it went out in style, diving into the atmosphere on that planet where
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it disintegrated. that was all planned, ending a 20 year joint mr. program with nasa. launching in 1997, cassini arrived into saturn's orbit in 2004, exploring it for 13 years. taking spectacularly particula. well done, cassini. >> shannon: inlet of the recent devastating flooding caused by hurricane irma, it's a good time for people to educate themselves on how to deal with dangerous storms, especially kids. that's exactly what our senior meter just doesn't her latest book. she joins us now live in studio. i am objectively --dash a huge fan of your book because you couldn't have time this better. it came out at a time that we see pictures that got to scare kids, got to scare people. it's a good time to talk about
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this. >> i don't want people to shy away from talking to the kids about why weather happens. this is why i wrote this book. i had people say it my kids are really interested and whether and want to know why things happen and there wasn't a lot out there. there wasn't that happy in between of book that describes meteorology and why weather happens and something that you can sit down and read with your kids. freddy is an adorable little frog. he's been broadcasting his network for five news now with his friends. this is the most important one because if you have written your forecast coming of the potential for a flash flood. with all the devastation that we are seeing right now these hurricanes, it's important to talk to your kids and not shy away from it. the images are so destructive, but you have to talk to your kids about how we can prepare. you can survive a flash flood if you know what to do. >> shannon: this came out, this is a time that harvey was unleashing and you are warning us in advance, you don't understand how bad it's going to be. your predictions were exactly right, and we've seen some new
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people displaced, losing their lives, losing everything they have. and now his arm across the caribbean and florida. he decided when this book came out and all this unfolded, you will not make a penny. you and all this to go to hurricane relief, so he made a decision on the spot? >> i thought it was really important. i started doing publicity for the flash flood and then we saw the devastation from harvey. i i have friends that live in texas. i said the book on the flash flood, i don't want to promote it because i feel like it's taking advantage, but then i thought wait, we have to talk about this. instead of the money coming to me, i want the proceeds to go to the folks in texas and the great team, team rubicon has been given all the money that i make on this book is to integrate our veterans in disaster areas like texas and was founded by two marines close to my heart, and they go out to the disaster area. they are out there right now in
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houston and in florida helping all those who are suffering right now. >> shannon: i love it. tell gus about jose. i don't want to hear about it but you are a meteorologist and you have to tell us. because you can't make it up. the fact that we had hurricane going into texas and florida and potential of the northeast, so this is the track of jose coming so close to the northeast. here's what i want you to do. if you live in the mid-atlantic and northeast, all of the big cities, i needed to start preparing this weekend. there's a chance this won't come to shore, but there also is a chance we could be impacted. people remember sandy obviously not too long ago and they are a little bit nervous. we will prepare for this and come up with the help of freddie, we can prepare and get through. >> shannon: all proceeds going to help those who would hurt so much. janice dean, great to see. how about we do something after the show? >> are we doing hamburgers? >> shannon: we might. in the meantime, here's a bill. >> bill: to my sweet tadpoles. the dedication for the book.
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>> bill: i didn't think you and janice were going to stop talking. have a great weekend everybody. bye-bye. >> sky news in london reporting police have identified a suspect of the terror attack on a subway this morning when a homemade bomb partially detonated at the height of rush hour sending 22 people to the hospital. hello everyone, i'm julie banderas, welcome to speech when he won. >> leland: be with you. i am leland vittert in for jon scott. this friday morning took a terrifying turn when a device partially exploded exposing a flash of flame. here's a video showing a white plastic bucket inside a shopping bag with flames and what appears


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