tv Fox News Night With Shannon Bream FOX News April 17, 2018 8:00pm-9:00pm PDT
our thoughts and prayers are with the entire bush family tonight. a great lady, a great memory, great legacy. now, ed henry is in for shannon bream and a fox news at 19. >> hello and welcome to "fox news @ night." i am ed henry filling in for shannon bream. major developments out of california. breaking details on the horrifying in air emergency that led to the first u.s. airline fidelity is almost a decade. live coverage of the passing of former first lady barbara bush continues. we have heard from presidents and first ladies from across the political divide. she will be remembered for her devotion to country and family. the obamas noting she was the rock of a family dedicated to public service. the clintons saying that she was fierce and feisty but full of grit and grace. a basketball great who help the
boston celtics win 11 championships tweeted "at an event barbara bush walked up. and said i want to introduce myself. "russell laughed and said i know you are. that always stuck with me, he recalled. i thought it was nice of her." joining me now, chief political anchor bret baier and fox news senior political analyst brit hume. brit, i want to start with you. i have heard the stories about how white house correspondents in your day used to go to kennebunkport and you would find the president in the backyard flipping burgers, may be drinking beer. this couple that was known as being very powerful, very rich also seemed very approachable. >> they certainly did. it's customary and has been for many years for presidents on vacation to throw a little party for the press that have to cover them on these trips. the family could, and the kids could come if they were there. it was a very nice event.
the bushes always did it in the very friendly way and she was especially gracious. you always sense with barbara bush that while she was sympathetic and she was well-meaning and friendly and full of hospitality, that if your shirttail was untucked or you looked sloppy, that she would not fail to notice. all of us, however attend those events were always aware that somebody was on patrol. she always was. we never felt she was being judgmental but we knew to be on our best behavior. >> we met each other covering the second president bush and we've had this great fortune and honor to cover these powerful people. many times, men. this was a woman who was formidable and her own right. >> she clearly was the matriarch, and anybody will say she laid down the law. brit is right. she had warmth and wept for go wit >> she had warmth and wit but she had a sharp tongue.
what was striking was the love affair. she would say i married the first man i ever kissed. she said when i tell that to my children, they just about throw up. she had a lot of humor. on this day, it's important to remember that president 41, each w bush, held her hand all day. according to staff, he was there throughout the day and was there when she passed. he is being stoic and strong, lifted up by a large and supportive family. but obviously this is saying goodbye to the love of his life. 73 years. january 6. >> ed: you certainly saw the couple up close. referring to the statement that we just saw, the longtime chief of staff to bush 41, as he's
known. you have known them so long. it's obviously impossible to get inside his head right now. but this obviously has to be heartbreaking for him. >> of course it does. their marriage was so solid, so enduring, the family was such a success. they had a tragedy when robin, the little girl, died at the age of 3. we know who all the other members of the family were. they have all done well and prospered. one of course became himself president, served two terms. governor jeb bush, son neil, dorothy, marvin bush, a man we all know around washington, terrific success in business. these people were close to one another. they were close to her. their admiration for their parents was palpable when you saw them altogether. there was a fair amount of teasing and some friendly competition, but this was an unusually close family. they set a kind of example for the family of family life, family values, family we could all look up to and admire and
sympathize with. i think i speak for everyone when i say that our hearts go out to all of them tonight but especially for president george h.w. bush, as brett pointed out, has lost the love of his life tonight at a late stage in his own life when he himself has had plenty health challenges. >> a retired secret service agent back in the '80s told me a story about a young george w. bush coming home late one night and heat, stumbling, it's 2:00 in the morning, and he's about to go in. this agent says to him you might want to be careful. your mom was looking for you a little while ago. w basically said mind your business. he gets out of the way. opens the door, makes this noise, the lights come on. mrs. bush comes running down. not only yelled at him for being out late but this agent told me, he said, you go apologize to that agent. you need to be more polite. he came out and said my mom said
i need to apologize to you. says a lot about a young george w. bush. as you said, she laid down the law. she was powerful but she treated everybody -- >> the secret service put out a statement. they had a real love for them. the people who worked for the bushes really express that and her code name was tranquility with the secret service. george w. bush used to say he had his father's eyes and his mother's mouth. they knew the language, she was going to come back with a quip. i will say she wrote a lengthy letter to her children that she never sent, but she published her memoir in which she advised them. she said "for heaven sake, enjoy life. don't cry over things that were or things that aren't. enjoy what you have now to the fullest. in all honesty, you really only have two choices. you can like what you do, or you can dislike it. i choose to like it, and what
fun i've had." she sat on her 90th birthday that she is luckiest woman in the world. truthfully. and she knew it. she lived a full life, one that dealt a lot with her family. >> she had to be second fiddle sometimes obviously to a president and then mother of a second president. i was reading something where when her husband was running for president in the 80s, she was asked by jane pauley on "the today show," seems like he's a man of the '80s can and you are a woman of the '40s. she sort of laughed it off but later she said she felt like crying. >> she would never do that, would she, all of her dignity and strength. it was kind of an absurd comment by jane pauley because those two people were of a certain generation. if you want to call it the '40s, i wouldn't object to that and they probably wouldn't either. the example they had of a
certain set of values in a certain code of conduct was something we could all admire. >> ed: i was struck after she said i just want comfort care, i don't want medical care anymore, she had the family around her. we were told that she was enjoying some bourbon. >> she was. telling stories up until the end, we are told. she had some bourbon. you can imagine that scene. nothing it's powerful we know that, that the family put that out. that she chose not to continue medical care and chose to be with her family, as they said, in comfort care or hospice. i think it's important for families who have to go through that choice to look at this family and how they did it. >> ed: britts, do you have a final thought? first ladies take issue that important to them. sometimes it matters more to them for. nancy reagan. mrs. bush was all about literacy
and it seemed like -- >> yeah, the last time i come to one of the last times i saw her was a year ago last december when i went over to the bush library to mc part of the pearl harbor commemorations. the first night i was there, she was not. president bush 41 hosted a dinner for the people who were participating. she was often involved in a literacy event with her son, neil. that spoke to her commitment to that cause which he never wavered on. i would simply say, my final thought about her was the example she said as her mother and as a first lady will be what she is remembered by. the woman they called the silver fox was someone we all i think looked up to and thought was an
exemplar. >> she certainly was. >> she said i chose literacy because i honestly believe if more people could read, write, and comprehend, would be so clor to solving our problems. she was about solving problems. she was about privacy too. this end is kind of a sweet but bitter end for a nation and obviously, as the bushes continue to mourn her loss. >> ed: things are half-staff -- flags are at half-staff. more on the former first lady. casey stegall is outside the bush family neighborhood. good evening. >> we have seen quite a bit of crowds showing up here. neighbors, people from the public that have been dropping by to leave flowers and show their signs of support once news broke this evening. they have been asking the press a lot of questions but we frankly haven't seen any real activity in and out of that
black iron gate. the entrance to the exclusive neighborhood where mrs. bush passed away inside of her home earlier. a spokesperson, as you were saying, for the president, said he did in fact hold her hand all day. and he was at her side when she "left this good earth." goes on to say mr. bush is of course look broken hearted but is being "stoic and strong." speaking of the family, one of her sons, former president george w. bush, had this to say in a statement. it reads in part "mom kept us on her toes and kept us laughing until the end. i am a lucky man that barbara bush was my mother. our family will miss her dearly, and we thank you all for your prayers and good wishes." one of her grandsons, land commissioner here in texas, writing "my grandmother didn't
just live life. she lived it well. the sorrow of her loss is softened by the knowledge of her impact on our family and our country." tonight flags lowered to half-staff, as you said, outside the george h doubly bush presidential library and museum in college station, texas. and across the country, as ordered by president trump in an honor and respect. the former first lady will be laid to rest next to the daughter that she and george lost to leukemia at age three, robin. it's ultimately going to be the resting place of president bush himself. there at the library. here is some reaction from well-wishers. >> her activism that continued on way past her husband's presidency. the bushes are incredibly special to texas a&m. >> the great things about her
and the whole family. hope that they can get over this tough loss. >> we are learning more information tonight never broadcast about the funeral. it will be held, we have confirmed, on saturday here in houston. it's a private affair, invite only. but the public, this is important, the public will have a chance to say goodbye and pay their respects here in houston on friday. mrs. bush will lay in repose from noon until midnight on friday at the church they attend here in houston. you can go to the website with more information on the full list and schedule of activities. as the world and the country says goodbye to barbara bush. >> ed: we appreciate you bringing us that fresh
information. condolences pouring in as the nation and world mourn the loss of former first lady barbara bush. president trump and first lady melania trump remembering her legacy by noting her greatest achievements, recognizing the importance of of literacy. "she will be long remembered for her strong devotion to country and family both of which she served unfailingly well." senate democratic leader chuck schumer tweeting "mrs. bush personified grace and class. she will be missed and i send my heartfelt condolences to the bush family." house minority leader nancy pelosi said "mrs. bush brought dignity, civility, and spirit to everything she did. her strength of character, strength of her principles, the strength of her faith were a great gift to our nation." bill clinton who got very close to the bushes after the election battle, tweeted "barbara bush was a remarkable woman. she had grace, brains and beauty. she was fierce and feisty and
supported her family and friends, her country, end. " " brad blakeman is a former deputy assistant to president george w. bush. he knew the bush family, still knows them quite well. we appreciate you coming in. what pops out for you about mrs. bush off the bat question! she was a consummate first lady. she would tell you i think, don't mourn me. celebrate me. i'm the luckiest person in the world. i found the love of my life at a very early age. we stayed together for 73 years. i was blessed to have a great family and friends. and i lived in the best country in the world. and i served the greatest nation. that's what we should remember about mrs. bush. she was somebody, a class, dignity who cared about people. it was never about her. it was always about others. >> ed: did you talk about,
casey reported, she will eventually be buried next to robin, the daughter that the bushes buried at such an early age, i believe 3 years old because of leukemia. did she talk openly about that? did the family talk about it? i know it was devastating. yet they really try to keep her memory and legacy alive. >> i've only heard them speak not too often about robin. when they did, it was heartfelt. every time i heard them publicly talk about robin, the grief really almost overcame them. it was a loss they never got over. you can never get over the loss of a child. >> ed: i do more positive note, since we are friends on facebook, i heard the story already but i want to share it with the audience. you were a young staffer for the bushes and mrs. bush was upset at you. >> she was. when you did something wrong, she let you have it. when you do something right, she praised you. i was a young staffer.
i was in charge of then president bush's trip to the u.n. general assembly in new york in october of 1990. it was raining cats and dogs and i was running around but i knew that i had to get to the motorcade. i jumped in the elevator with president and mrs. bush. i didn't have my raincoat. everybody else had a raincoat. mrs. bush looked at me and said where's your raincoat? i said mrs. bush, i was running around. i didn't have time. she said that wasn't very smart. she said now you need to do is go back up and get it, and the president and i will wait in the car. so i went up an elevator, seemed like a lifetime, got my coat, came back. as i am going past the limousine, she smiles and nods her approval. when we get to the u.n., she passes me, she turns to me and said now you are smart and dry. she was everybody's mama. >> ed: absolutely. you haven't tighter motorcade reading waiting at the waldorf
waldorf-astoria. sanctions or no sanctions. healy versus larry kudlow. battle of words in the trump administration. more breaking news. president trump at mar-a-lago with japan's prime minister abe talking trade and north korea and the confirmation of may be a breakthrough with the hermit kingdom. john roberts is next with a big story breaking tonight. wish we got money back on gym memberships. get money back hilarious. with claim-free rewards. switching to allstate is worth it. >> vo: they're getting by starting with miracle-gro potting mix and plant food. together, guaranteed to produce three times the harvest. more to enjoy... to share. three times the harvest. one powerful guarantee. miracle-gro.
♪ ♪ ♪ raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ♪ ♪ bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens ♪ ♪ brown paper packages tied up with strings ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ essential for the cactus, but maybe not for people with rheumatoid arthritis. because there are options. like an "unjection™". xeljanz xr. a once-daily pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well enough. xeljanz xr can reduce pain, swelling and further joint damage, even without methotrexate. xeljanz xr can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections, lymphoma and other cancers have happened. don't start xeljanz xr if you have an infection. tears in the stomach or intestines,
low blood cell counts and higher liver tests and cholesterol levels have happened. your doctor should perform blood tests before you start and while taking xeljanz xr, and monitor certain liver tests. tell you doctor if you were in a region where fungal infections are common and if you have had tb, hepatitis b or c, or are prone to infections. needles. fine for some things. but for you, one pill a day may provide symptom relief. ask your doctor about xeljanz xr. an "unjection™". ask your doctor about xeljanz xr. i've been making blades here at gillette for 20 years. i bet i'm the first blade maker you've ever met. there's a lot of innovation that goes into making our thinnest longest lasting blades on the market. precision machinery and high-quality materials from around the world. nobody else even comes close. it's about delivering a more comfortable shave every time. invented in boston, made and sold around the world. now starting at $7.99. gillette. the best a man can get.
>> ed: this is a fox news alert. confirming tonight would could be a major breakthrough on north korea. let's go to chief white house correspondent john roberts who joins us from west palm beach. good evening, john. >> good evening. it's difficult to overstate the significance of this. fox news confirming that the cia director mike pompeo travel to north korea over the easter weekend for talks with kim jong un to lay the groundwork for a summit between president trump and kim jong un that president trump says could happen sometime in may or maybe early june. tonight at mar-a-lago, the president was asked several times about a statement he made earlier in the day that there had been talks at the highest levels between the united states and north korea. some speculation may be
president trump was working the phones, talking to kim jong un. the white house clarified to say no, it wasn't the president but talks have been taking place at very, very high levels in the administration, and now we learn it in fact was the cia director mike pompeo who was engaged in those direct sit down one-on-one talks with kim jong un. we had heard several weeks ago that the intelligence community was going to take the lead on setting up the summit with the president. we did not know, though, that mike pompeo was actually going to get an aircraft and travel all the way to north korea. this revelation about pompeo's trip happens on the same day that south korea announced that it and north korea are working on a peace accord that they may sign as early as the april 27 meeting between moon jae-in, the president of south korea, and kim jong un when they meet in pond will john. may not happen that quickly but it would be peace agreement that would supersede the cease-fire, the pharmacist that's been in
place. the meeting between president trump and kim jong un is giving japan heartburn. shinzo abe seeking assurances from the president that the japanese interests won't be given short shrift. >> the north korean issue, i like to underscore the importance of achieving demilitarization. >> president trump tried to calm the fears saying he will faithfully represent japan's interests if and when he sits down with kim. stick with do respect us. we are respectful of them. we are going to see what happens. we will bring up the abductees, we will bring up different things. >> prime minister abe may here less comforting talk when it comes to trade. president trump taking aim at the $69 billion trade deficit the u.s. has with japan. on the traditional friendship
law, the president trump said trade is high on the agenda at mar-a-lago. >> are getting a lot of things done. a lot of great things between our two countries. thank you for being hurt. we appreciate it very much. >> the steel and aluminum tariffs. >> japan wants to see the u.s. back in the trans-pacific partnership. president trump wants to negotiated bilateral free trade deal. tweeting last week that the u.s. already has bilateral deals with six of the 11 nations in tdp and are working to make a deal with the biggest of those nations, japan, who has hit us hard on trade for years. >> he is not a big fan of these multilateral agreements. he would rather go country to country, so-called bilateral. going to talk with japan today and tomorrow. we will see about it. >> there is concern in japan that the president may link
trade with security issues, saying basically to shinzo abe low, if you want some guarantees with north korea, during our talks, ballistic missiles which you are so worried about, you've got to give a little bit on trade. back to this meeting and the trip mike pompeo made to pyongyang. the president has been very have to mystic in the wake of that meeting about the possibility of a meeting with kim jong un. today he revealed that they have whittled it down to five possible locations for those leaders to meet. though the president would not tip his hand as to where the locations were. i'm told it's possible one could be singapore or hanoi, vietnam. we will find out soon. >> i suspect there will be questions of the news conference tomorrow. thank you, john. war of words involving possible further sanctions against russia. the kremlin is not the one firing back. for more, we go to the state department correspondent, rich edson.
>> the administration has steadily punished russia over the past month. sanctions, expelling diplomats, and then in an assumption that officials would announce more sanctions yesterday. the u.s. investor to the united nations nikki haley said this weekend that the administration would announce new sanctions against russian companies that are involved with equipment related to the assad regime's chemical weapons use in syria. monday came, it went, and no sanctions. that led to confusion as to whether the president had decided where the administration changed course and never told the u.n. ambassador. it's most public foreign policy figure with no confirmed secretary of state. the white house top
economic advisor said the u.s. ambassador was deeply mistaken. >> we have a set of sanctions. additional sanctions are under consideration but not been determined. she got ahead of the curve. she's done a great job. very effective ambassador. there might've been some momentary confusion about that. >> ambassador haley told
dana perino "with all due respect, i don't get confused." he neared administration officials said the
senior economic advisor larry kudlow called nikki haley to apologize for this, as per whether the administration will impose additional sanctions, the state department says it's a possibility. >> sanctions are not off the table. i want to be clear about that. sanctions are not off the table. but we don't have anything to announce at this time. >> russian legislators considering sanctioning american businesses in response to a previous round of u.s. sanctions against russians. >> ed: no confusion from rich edson tonight. thank you. immigration showdown in california. the state's second largest county voting on whether to remain a sanctuary city. the votes are tallied. the results coming up next.
for all-day, all-night protection. with a class leading 31mpgs nx combined estimate. lease the 2018 nx 300 and nx 300 all wheel drive for these terms. experience amazing at your lexus dealer. new family connections, every day.llion that's more ways to discover new relatives. people who share your dna. and maybe a whole lot more. order your kit at ancestrydna.com you ok there, kurt? we're about to move. karate helps... relieve some of the house-buying... stress. at least you don't have to worry about homeowners insurance.
call geico. geico... helps with... homeowners insurance? been doing it for years. i'm calling geico right now. good idea! get to know geico. and see how easy homeowners and renters insurance can be. but he's got work to do. with a sore back. so he took aleve this morning. if he'd taken tylenol, he'd be stopping for more pills right now. only aleve has the strength to stop tough pain for up to 12 hours with just one pill. tylenol can't do that. get all day minor arthritis pain relief with an easy-open cap. >> ed: this is norman fox news alert. sanctuary state law.
huge win for the trouble administration is california's second largest county voted against the states sanctuary policy. the san diego board chairwoman joins us in a moment. first we start with team coverage. kristin fisher covering jerry brown's controversy trip to washington. we begin with trace gallagher who tells us what happened north of the border. good evening, trace. >> good evening. now san diego and orange company, second and third largest counties in california have voted to back the trump administration's lawsuit against sanctuary law. unlike orange county which filed to join the federal lawsuit, san diego county file to support the lawsuit. san diego was right along the u.s.-mexico border which would indicate a push for stricter enforcement in a very key area. during the supervisors meeting today, both sides showed up to protest. the supervisor showed a stack of
emails in support of the sanctuary law and a stack opposing the law. the stack opposing was about 15 times as high. supervisor dianne jacob says it's all about safety. watch. >> we are talking about people who are crossing the border illegally, coming into this county and committing a crime. then being let loose. and probably to commit another crime again. >> two counties and nine cities have voted in some capacity to push back against california's sanctuary law. the city of los alamitos which started the anti-sanctuary movement has now voted to officially opt out and exempt its 12,000 residents from the sanctuary law. today the national press club, governor jerry brown said this. >> they are human beings. they have families. it's very important that they be integrated in a humane,
intelligent way. instead it's just inflammatory football that lowlife politicians like to inflict. i think it's shocking. it's despicable. and it's harmful to california. mostly to the people. >> governor brown also said despite recent battles, he still thinks there's common ground for california to work with the federal government. two weeks ago, president trump lashed out of the governor for pardoning five criminal illegal immigrants facing deportation. including drug dealers, a robber, and a man who badly beat his wife. of the nation's 11 million plus illegal immigrants, about 27% or 3 million live in california. >> ed: seem to remember the president calling him governor moonbeam. trace gallagher, good to see you. the governor of the golden state came to washington today. amid his battle with president trump over what california's national guard troops will enforce at the
mexican border. kristin fisher reports live. good evening. >> the california governor has a agreed to send the national guard to the border but there's a catch. it's a big one. he won't allow them to be used for immigration enforcement. so they can help with stopping human traffickers and gun and drug smugglers they cannot help stop illegal immigrants which for president trump defeats the whole purpose. minutes before they governor of california took the mic today in washington, president trump ripped into him on twitter by saying "looks like jerry brown and california are not looking for safety and security along their very porous border. he cannot come to terms with the national guard to patrol and protect the border. the high crime rate will only get higher." governor brown fired back by saying he believes that this deployment will make a difference, even if the troops do not help implement the white house immigration policy. >> trying to stop drug
smuggling, human trafficking and guns going to mexico to the cartels, that sounds like fighting crime. trying to catch some desperate mothers and children or unaccompanied minors coming from central america, that sounds like something else. >> governor brown has agreed to deploy as many as 400 guardsmen to the southern border. prompting president trump to thank him in a tweet last week. >> we want to be cooperative. i appreciate the president's tweet. >> the governor said today that his letter to the homeland security secretary still stands "this will not be a mission to building a wall. it will not be a mission to round up women and children or detain people escaping balance or seeking a better life." in texas, national guard troops are already complied with the trump administration's request by conducting air and ground surveillance while troops in new mexico and arizona are offering air and ground support. as for california. >> the guard is chomping at the bit and ready to go.
>> but only according to the governor's terms, and not the. >> i appreciate your reporting. century state movement in california is reeling. san diego's board of supervisors voted in favor of directing the county's attorney to file a brief in support of the federal lawsuit against california's sanctuary policy. joining us live from california, the chairwoman of the san diego board of supervisors, kristin gaspar, also running to succeed the republican congressman. >> great to be here. >> ed: talk about the significance of what happened today. >> it was a big day for san diego. today marks the day that we said it sent a clear message to governor brown enough is enough. san diego, where can committed to putting public safety first. governor brown's clear violation of the u.s. constitution has put san diego citizens at risk. the board voted to move forward
to file the amicus brief. it's a significant day. i showed viewers this morning the piles of emails that poured in to the county in support of what we are doing. i want to show you an updated visual survey of what those emails look like by this evening. it's quite remarkable. the number of email communications that we have received. people saying we support what you're doing, county of san diego. >> ed: looks like the old-style telegrams piling up. they are electronic. but you're printing them out to give us a sense of it. we appreciated, chairwoman. we mentioned governor brown. earlier he had this to say to sort of pushback on what you're doing. take a listen. >> the fact is america has ten 211 people here. they are human beings, they have families. it's important they be integrated into humane, intelligence way. instead it is inflammatory
football that lowlife politicians like to explain. >> ed: chairwoman. lowlife politicians? >> we have 3.5 million san diego inns to protect. there is a lot at stake. sb 54 didn't make our community more safe. it made them less safe. by way of example. under governor brown, sb 54, between one and three inmates walk away freely each and every day in san diego, since january alone, 284 inmates have been released back onto the streets without any communication to immigration authorities. now immigration authorities have to go into our communities and seek out these criminals for potential deportation. our communities are less safe under governor brown's model. we don't have the ability to collaborate at the local, state, federal level. this is harmful to the
3.5 million san diegans. it's the a huge problem. i want to note governor brown attacked fox news today and said we are exploiting this issue. i only have 30 seconds. he says it's going to disrupt your state's economy because you have people who have been here five, ten, 15 years. they are part of the economy and now you want to deport them in and it's going to be disruptive. you say. >> governor brown is mixing the issues. sb 54, talking about people who came illegally into our country and committed crimes. these are people that we need to keep an eye on it. these are people that are eligible for deportation. these are not safe people. >> ed: all right. chairwoman kristin gaspar, we appreciate you coming in. >> thank you. >> ed: braced herself, coffee lovers. starbucks is closing thousands of stores. hang on. the chain is going to do that temporarily. are they going to far amid political backlash question mike
we will tell you. the panel weighs in on stormy daniels making the rounds. she was on "the view." this time she was challenged for being an alleged bluesky hound. wait until you see what happene happened. >> does a lot of publicity but i didn't do it for that because this isn't what i want to be known for. in your noise cancelling trheadphones?ry maybe not. maybe you could trust you won't be next to a loud eater. (eating potato chips loudly) or you could just trust duracell. (silence) ♪ but as it grew bigger and bigger,ness. it took a whole lot more. that's why i switched to the spark cash card from capital one. with it, i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy.
see for yourself it's switch into a new chevy now. current competitive owners can get five thousand dollars below msrp on this 2018 equinox when you finance with gm financial. find new roads at your local chevy dealer. bipolar i disorder can make you feel unstoppable. but mania, such as unusual changes in your mood,
activity or energy levels, can leave you on shaky ground. help take control by asking about your treatment options. vraylar is approved for the acute treatment of manic or mixed episodes of bipolar i disorder in adults. clinical studies showed that vraylar reduced overall manic symptoms. vraylar should not be used in elderly patients with dementia due to increased risk of death or stroke. call your doctor about fever, stiff muscles, or confusion, which may mean a life-threatening reaction, or uncontrollable muscle movements, which may be permanent. side effects may not appear for several weeks. high cholesterol and weight gain; high blood sugar, which can lead to coma or death; decreased white blood cells, which can be fatal; dizziness upon standing; falls; seizures; impaired judgment; heat sensitivity; and trouble swallowing may occur. you're more than just your bipolar i. ask your doctor about vraylar.
>> ed: a viral video of police arresting two men page nights panel. richard fowler, political editor of townhall.com, guy benson. white house correspondent for "the daily caller," saagar enjeti. we saw the situation where these two gentlemen were sitting at starbucks in philadelphia. they weren't ordering anything. one of them tried to use the bathroom. people started calling the police. they were essentially arrested. there was a lot of frustration about the starbucks. comes out with a statement today, the ceo says "i've spent the last few days in philly. my leadership team listening to the community, learning what we did wrong. the steps we need to take to fix it." we are committed to being part of the solution, closing our stores for racial bias training is one step in a journey that requires education from every level of the company and
partnerships in our local communities." is this a good first step? >> absolutely. hopefully other countries will take the step. unconscious biases that we deal with everyday. what happened in this case is these two individuals were waiting for a meeting, as many of us do, at their local starbucks. instead of reaching out and finding out why they were there, this particular starbucks clerk or manager decided to call the police on them and so the police were asking why they were there. the police chose to arrest them because they were waiting for their meeting which is something that we've all done. i think starbucks is moving in the right direction. hopefully other companies will join them. unconscious biases problem, and it starts by looking the mirror and figuring out, do i have unconscious bias? what can i do to correct it? >> ed: guy, what do you think? >> i agree with the second part of what richard said. it was the right thing for starbucks to try to correct the situation that happened at this particular store. and the ceo for example met with the men who were improperly
rested. i don't think it was handled well at all. but does not justify a nationwide closing of basically the entire chain to get to the entire workforce at starbucks into this diversity training program when this was a bad call by one employee at one store out of 8,000. that seems like a little bit of overkill to me. over competition for yet a bad decision in one location. >> ed: saagar, i want to turn to another story, stormy daniels. she is on this publicity tour. a lot of people and the president side are getting frustrated with it. she went to "the view," i think she might've gotten a more hostile reception than she was expecting. watch. >> yesterday because they didn't have anything to do with the case, seemed like you are trying to get attention, which i understand. you are being sued by our president but it does seem like you are benefiting a lot. >> we had every right to be there. judge ward, she would've not granted access to address the
court if we had no business being there. >> i've got more bookings than usual but i'm doing the job i've been doing for the last almost 20 years. >> ed: are her 15 minutes up? >> i think she is going to be going for quite some time. she has a booking with several months of strip clubs, including here in d.c. what i've heard here is that stormy daniels did hear that message loud and clear. she donated the $130,000 that she received from her nda to planned parenthood. she donated a part of that money to the organization in the president's name. many people are saying it's because of the hostile reception she received from meghan mccain on "the view" this morning. >> ed: guy. >> meghan mccain is a colleague of ours for quite a while at fox. she is at "the view," and crushing it. she's asking tough questions that are being asked. it's not a mystery that stormy daniels is out there trying to get attention. obviously she has. look at her lawyer. her lawyer will be beating down the door of any television
studio that will have him for weeks on end. it's part of their strategy. politically, if there's a poll that just came out, the american people believe stormy daniels, they also believe it's not that big of a story. >> ed: i have ten seconds, richard. >> the only reason why stormy daniels is allowed to get attention is because the president decided to sign a nondisclosure agreement with he her. the nda. >> ed: they say that even a full story was going to be damaging. horror in the sky. a flyer's worst nightmare becomes a reality. those stories when we return. th, you could have money for repairs within a day. wow! that was really fast. that's insurance for the modern world. esurance, click or call.
♪ ♪ ♪ raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ♪ ♪ bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens ♪ ♪ brown paper packages tied up with strings ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ these are a few of my favorite things ♪ you totanobody's hurt, new car. but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back.
>> ed: this is a fox news alert. f passenger on a southwest flight is dead after the flight made an emergency landing. now a new audio from the control tower talking with one of the pilots of the southwest flight. >> do you have the medical meet us there on the runway. we've got an injured passenger. they said there is a whole and someone went out. >> ed: witnesses say when a piece of shrapnel from the engine blew out a window, a female passenger was partially
sucked out the window. listen to the horror described by this passenger. >> totally surreal. my wife is in her third trimester with our first child. i spent a lot of my time trying to articulate what i wanted my final words to be to my unborn child, to my wife. my parents. >> ed: other passengers have been sharing their harrowing stories, martin martinez who went live on facebook while wearing an oxygen mask. "engine exploded in the air, blew open the window three seats away from me." most watched, most trusted, most grateful you spent the evening with us. good evening from washington. i am ed henry, as we reflect on the life of barbara bush.
an early supporter of civil rights and a tireless champion of literacy. ♪ hey grandpa. hey, kid. really good to see you. you too. you tell grandma you were going fishing again? maybe. (vo) the best things in life keep going. that's why i got a subaru, too. love is out there. find it in a subaru crosstrek.
let your inner light loose with one a day women's. ♪ a complete multivitamin specially formulated with key nutrients plus vitamin d for bone health support. your one a day is showing. miracle-gro guarantees results >> vo: these neighbors are starting right. with rich potting mix and essential plant food for three times the blooms. success is sweet. miracle-gro. three times the beauty. one powerful guarantee.
we know that when you're spending time with the grandkids every minute counts. and you don't have time for a cracked windshield. that's why we show you exactly when we'll be there. saving you time, so you can keep saving the world. >> kids: ♪ safelite repair, safelite replace ♪ a farmer's market.ve what's in this kiester. a fire truck. even a marching band. and if i can get comfortable talking about this kiester, then you can get comfortable using preparation h. for any sort of discomfort in yours. preparation h. get comfortable with it. and i'm terry ware. and this is our sears hometown store. we always wanted to raise our family in a small tight-knit hometown community. when the opportunity to own a sears hometown store became available we jumped at it. and ever since, we've been a family owned business. our customers keep coming back because they know they can trust us.
we're part of their community. we don't work for sears. we own this place. we work for you. ♪ introducing walit's a great days. for a great deal! tender, center-cut sirloin or chicken on the barbie, fries, a draft beer or a coke, all for just $9.99. only for a limited time. so don't walk, run to outback. ♪
united states presidents, barbara bush. >> tucker: former first lady >> tucker: this is tucker carlson in washington. former first lady barbara bush has died today at the age of 92. she decided to forgo further treatment for her health. mrs. bush was one of only two women in american history to find herself both the wife of the president and the mother of another president.f there was much triumph in her life but there was also tragedy. she had six children including a daughter, robin, who died of leukemia at the age of three, more than 60 years ago. for the rest of her life, the memory made her cry. other than that, barbara bush was not one for weeping in public. she was a lifelong advocate of good taste and self-restraint. brit hume knew her well for many years. 38 years, and he joins us tonight.