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this is fox 5 local news a live look outside now, we're in store for another hot day. not quite as hot as yesterday. rain in the forecast, we'll find outcoming up in just a moment. president trump spent saturday in pennsylvania mark, his 100th day in office. recap on his rally there. tonight we salute white house reporters, please raise a glass to them, to freedom of the press and journalists here and around the world.
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not nearly as star studied but goes on as planned, but the president not in the room, it took a serious turn this year. good morning, i'm annie yu >> i'm tom fitzgerald. >> great to see you. sunday april 30th, last day of april. may day tomorrow already. caitlin roth, how are you? >> good morning to you both and foles like we rushed into summer with the weather. tied a record at washington. >> felt like it outside. >> it was 91 degrees but with the humidity warmer, felt like the middle of summer and still humid. first steps outdoors, grab a sunday paper, it's sticky and cloudy, a lot like yesterday morning as we take a live view of the white house. it's last day of april and ending on a warm note, warm days throughout the month. 72 outside, mostly cloudy, winds out of the northeast and that will be a key difference i
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today's forecast compared to yesterday, winds out of the northeast off the atlantic relatively cooler waters. not for everyone, we got a warm front set up, and even though we're starting off around the same temperature, upper 60's to low 70, 69 frederick, 63 winchester and 72 in quantico, later this afternoon, we'll see a wide variety of temperatures i'll show you that in a minute. here's the setup. a couple of showers over pennsylvania, otherwise, it was very quiet saturday evening. no thunderstorms developed, sometimes they can just because of the heat and humidity but we didn't see there yesterday. and i don't expect we'll see storms today, kind of cloudy and sticky to be honest, isolated chance of a shower later, that's very isolated. we'll hit 82 later on this afternoon, even though year in the 80's, here look at this difference in temperature, north and east of it, too many clouds northeast flow
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out. 85 in manassas, warmer there and the further south and west you go, fredericksberg 89, 89 down towards charlottesville, thunderstorms in the forecast. i'll have that ahead in your seven-day forecast. the search continues this morning in montgomery county for a gunman in a deadly shooting in germantown. police say four people were shot in the townhouse early saturday morning, along kitchen house way, one of those victims identified as 19-year-old amaru johnson. three others victims are expected to be ok, johnson is dead, so far no word on a motive in that shooting. in fairfax county police identified the victim of a saturday morning fatal shooting in alexandria, 27-year-old pool was killed inside of a business on georgia washington drive after 7:00 a.m. the victim got into an argument with another man, and one
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police in howard county say they're still looking for a prisoner escaped while being transported to on a mental hospital in jessup on friday. investigators say authorities have now suspended the ground search for david watson saying there's no sign he's still in the area, police are still following up on leads and they're looking for walt disney and howard in maryland and also in delaware, where watson has ties, 28-year-old was serving a sentence more than 100 years for attempted murder. happening right now, the search son foreman who kidnapped a woman off the streets and tried to sexual assault her. this happened friday afternoon, police tell us the woman was walking along mississippi avenue in southeast when a man approached her then forced her into his truck, then drove her to fort dupont park where he attempted to sexual assault her. the woman managed to escape. police are asking anyone with information about this case to give them a call. in southeast r police are investigating after an assault and fire happened there, it happened saturday afternoon on heyly terrace, police say two sisters got into
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ended up with a minor injury. the second sister was inside her apartment, first responders realized the apartment was on fire, police say the sister with the knife was arrested. investigators are trying to determine how this fire was started. this morning, we're officially on day 101 of the trump presidency, headed to pennsylvania for a campaign style rally, toured a landscaping and tool company and signed an executive order dealing with manufacturing and trade. during the remark, the president spoke a fiery crowd. letting loose with tax on democrats and highlights one of the most successful accomplishments has taken place during last one are hundred days, he had stinging comments for the washington dismissing the could correspondence dinner as an out of
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>> i could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from washington swamp. they would love to be with us here tonight. but they're trapped at the dinner, which will be very, very boring. >> the president called the 100 day mark a ridiculous standard in last couple of week, however, last week, the white house itself availed a new section on its web page righting what it sees as accomplishments. in the white house correspondence dinner looked different. most a list hollywood stars were no shows, those were the people on a r who showed up during the obama administration. this year's. the association jeff mason said the dinner would have been different even if he had attended. the comedian of the dai
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hosted the event and went after the president and his decision not to attend >> i get why he didn't want to be roasted tonight, by the looks of him, he's been roasting nonstop for the past 70 years. no one wanted to do this, of course it lands in the hands of an immigrant. the staff boycotted the dinner with on a solidarity, no president missed this to event 36 years. last time was when ronald reagan was not able to attend after recovering from a gunshot wound in 1981. demonstrators were out in cities across the country yesterday marching to bring attention to climate change, the largest march was here in dc where crowds made their way down pennsylvania avenue. upset with trump over his roll-back of environmental protections proposed cuts is easing oil and gas regulations, caroline schiffly reports. >> reporter: agree and organized is a perfect description for the climate march, they're
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sing, blowing bubbles, chanting, people are indeed angry at president trump >> organizers called president trump policies a catastrophe, he rolled back environmental protections proposed cuts to the epa and eased up on oil and gas regulations. the president says his moves will create jobs, generate billions of dollars and get the government's nose out of business. people here aren't buying it. you can tell by the signs their holding and their chants. plus here's what they said to his r us. >> it's our future at stake, we're the generation that has a chance to do something about climate change and we have to stop on health. >> i'm here to make a statement about the stupidity of denying climate change, it's urgent we need to do something now, irresponsibility is not just to you and your family. but to help the american people with
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>> this was just one of about 365 marches across the country today. in washington, caroline schiffly fox news coming up. wild weather hits the south. >> we're going to take you to texas where it's been slammed by at least two twisters leading a wide path of destruction. we'll tell you. a painful loss for hockey fans, the caps fall to the penguins and what's ahead in sports caitlin roth coming back with another look at today's weather, stay with us, fox 5 news morning on sunday. we'll be right back. we'll be right back.
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. let's head to texas where two twisteds left a trail of destruction, this is video. sadly one person was killed 54 people taken to the hospital. damaged hometown and a trail of overturned vehicles. it's about 50 miles east of dallas. missouri, governor eric right en issued a statement urging residents to stay safe and away from rising flood water. one person dead and dozens arrested. the governor's office is reporting near's 100 evacuations. the southwestern part of the state was hardest hit severe thunderstorms expected to last into tonight. snow your eyes aren't deceiving you, that's snow falling in colorado. areas actually saw a foot of snow there, but temperatures are expected to rise back into the 50's tomorrow. lindsey
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of denver with snow there. >> that's going to bring snow to parts of kansas and nebraska over the weekend. it's amazing, here we are talking about record heat other parts of the country are dealing with snow in the last days of april >> odd to see that. >> even though it's not our part of the country, it is odd to see snow. >> you know, you turn a point, you're like well, i can't go back, and it's like it can't be happening. still a lot of humidity and warmth in there, let's take a live look outside, you see clouds parting over the capitol dome, mostly cloudy skies today winds out of the northeast instead of the south and that's going to keep us rather cloudy and a little cooler compared to yesterday, no record heat expected that humidity will be sticking around. so if this is a little too much summer too soon you got a couple more days of it. so let's take a look at temperatures outside right now. 72 here in washington. it's 69 in
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westminster, 70 in frederick, 78 in dulles, 72 in washington and 72 in quantico, due points any time you see due points in the 60's it's humid. if you see them around 70 it's a very sticky morning and that's exactly what we got. there's always the elevation along the mountains helping them out. it will stay humid, satellite and radar quiet. few pop-up showers along the apations in pennsylvania, here's the i want to say storm system, heavy rains down to louis january in a, just like we saw yesterday in texas and there's the snow in western sections of kansas, nebraska and pan handle of texas dealing with snow, parts of texas are dealing with snow. futurecast
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pretty thick especially areas north and east of washington. that will be most impacted by this wedge of clouder air. pop-up showers and thunderstorms, yesterday the model wanted to do the same thing, nothing materialize, confined to areas north and west. monday most of the day looks quiet but the cold front arrives late evening. at least into the mountains scours and thunderstorms possible and then rolling eastward into the district. looks like in that 9.to 10:00 time frame. crosses the area bringing a final downpour, some strongs may be strong, severe threats snow but coming along a pretty potent cold front before we clear out we have the chance of strong storms. back to today, the warm front hung up over us
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80's in dc, 90's still possible as you get south and west. chance of an isolated thunderstorm 82. seven-day forecast, 83 with those late thunderstorms on monday, it is late, it's pretty much after sun set for dc and the surrounding suburbs, sunny and mild tuesday, beautiful day, how about wednesday looks just as nice, big pattern change as we look towards next week, still on track to see a storm system that will bring a cool rain and that could last into next weekend as well. we'll keep you posted on that throughout the rest of the work week, tom and annie back to you guys we're about a half hour away from registration for the walk for ms happening this morning in the district. >> thousands of people expected to attend this today. it's all for a great cause and they will be raising a lot of money for people living with multiple sclerosis, alexandria hoff is live from rfk stadium
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southeast, good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, guys, good morning, a great event we're at, let me show you what's happening, it's a little bit of set up, because the registration for walk ms starts at about 8:00 and the walk itself starts at :00 here at rfk stadium. what i understand is that the walk will actually be happening within the stadium, it won't be going out into the city, but for anyone participating just a head's up, this walk changed locations. it was scheduled to happen in noma and they had to change the location at the last minute, heads up if you didn't know that. about 2000 people expected. raising about $400,000 just here in dc alone. now, i have somebody with the national multiple sclerosis society. good morning, how are you? tell me a little bit about the organization. how much money does it typically raise nationwide? how long have these
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going on? well, this, our chapter, the greater dc maryland chapter million for walk ms in this area, which is tremendous. >> reporter: that's fantastic. >> we have 17 walks in the entire maryland washington, dc area, and actually, washington, dc is our biggest event. >> i understand nationwide about a billion dollars expected to be raised for this society, explain to us, what does this money go towards p>> this money goes tow res research. we have 14 drugs on the market, with a new drug that came on the market in march. and it's the first medication that has ever been developed to help people with primary progressive ms it's a breakthrough for us
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to provide this kind of research for people with primary progressive. we have 14 medications on the. am i correct for relapse. and it goes to research. it goes to programs. it goes to services. so people can live their best lives living with ms and of course, we're always searching for a cure. >> reporter: thank you. as we know ms multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease. we will catch up with you guys in a little bit. annie and tom back to you. time now 7:19, capitol fans, feeling a little bit disappointed for the second straight game, the pittsburgh penguins dominated. a score less first period, the penguins went to work, scored three times in the second period, the caps answered back with one and
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pittsburgh scored again, power play, the caps closed it out 4-2. but thes penguins scored two more and the caps trailed two games pittsburgh to game to none, heads out west to pittsburgh for games three and four, go caps. the nationals and nats took it on the chin, losing to the east rivals the new york mets, beat the nats 5-3. outfielder michael smashed two home writtens and jose ray yes, the nats will try to avoid the sweep this afternoon. also happening today, last but certainly not least. the nba playoffs will see the washington wizards take on the sell tick, it is game one of the eastern conference finals. at this point-off is 1:00 p.m. we'll bring you the highlights on fox 5 loc
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and 10:00. people a little more active in that photograph. 7:20. still ahead, the fbi is on the hunt for a computer hacker. threatening to release the next season of orange is the new black. find out when that person want to return, first here's a respective of what's coming up with chris wallace. this week on fox news sunday with the trump presidency past the first hundred days, what's ahead for the next? we'll start with foreign policy towards north korea, iran and is russia, in an exclusive interview with the president's national security advisor. general hr mcmaster, then the democrats push back, we'll discuss taxes healthcare and the economy when senate democrat leader chuck schumer. plus we'll ask our sunday panel if president trump can stop the north korea nuclear program this week on fox sunday.
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welcome back, time is 7:24. yesterday was the 25th anniversary of the rodney king riots in los angeles. they began after the acquittal of four white police officers in the beating of rodney kink he was seen on videotape repeat thely being struck but rioting went on four days into dozens of neighborhoods burned and looting was white spread. he appealed for calm during the height of that violence asking the question that quickly entered the national vocabulary, n'
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the rioting continuing 25 years later, the lapd said interaction is much better than 1992. 7:24. new this morning a famous swiss climber was killed near mount everett. he was involved in a mountain nearing accident this morning, the body was recovered and taken to the closest airport. it's no the clear yet how he died. he was planning on completing a 29,000 foot climb next month. the fbi continues to investigate a hacker threatened to release the upcoming never before season of netflix orange is the new black television program. the hackers asking for an amount of money or else threatening to release season five, the hacker goes by the name the dark overlord and has purportedly uploaded the first file sharing service, new season is not due out until june 9.
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100th day, >> fox has more on this since the inauguration. >> reporter: confirmation hearings begin for iowa governor terry branstad's ambassador for china. this as they continue to work about the north korean crisis, president trump is set to board new york city for the first time. and will meet with malcomb turn ball they will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the battle of quarrel sea michelle obama is set to make a public appearance and will meet with more than 200 new york city high school students in an event to celebrate and promote higher education. friday is cinco de mayo.
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celebrations will be taking place to celebrate mexican heritage and cultural. saturday, get out your big hat, the first leg of u.s. horse racing triple crown, the 143rd kentucky derby will take place in louisville, kentucky. time 7:27. a lot of us are on our phones nonstop sending selfies and snaps and up loading pictures of what we're up to every day. >> i didn't hear you i was on my phone. we're going to take a look at the dangers and all of this, and selfies surprised of what people can learn about just from up loading a picture. >> caitlin will be back with another look. here's a live look. and he said not a pretty shot. hazy out there. gloomy, she'll have the full forecast
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stay with us. >> camera is on. right? >> yes, camera.
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live shot of the wilson bridge for you this morning. >> our younger years. >> absolutely.
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>> still, i would say even getting into the icon status a little bit. >> definitely. >> whole new generation of people who are starting to go to las vegas to go to the show >> that's not our generation anymore. >> she's laughing at me >> you know maybe it wasn't britney spears in your phaforet years. 72 at reagan, 68 at dulles, 69 at bwi, humid out there. we had an incredibly hot saturday at least for this time of year, broke a record high of 91 at dca and after that that sultry evening we got another steamy morning ahead. 72 in quantico, 73 in fredericksberg and 72 as well in culpeper. a little bit cooler up along the mountains there where you see temperatures only in the 60's, the elevation keeping things
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cooler. let's check around the northeast, big discrepancy in temperatures here. the warm air just settled overhead here in the midatlantic 71 in richmond. but already northeast flow affecting temperatures off north and east 50 in boston, 59 in new york city, much cooler check out towards the west, 57 in columbus, a chilly wet morning, 42 in chicago, 42 in detroit where a storm system brought rain all weekend long and incredibly different setup compared to the heat and humidity we've had. central part of the country dealing with chilly rain and snow. satellite and radar not showing much, few clouds around. probably be a lot like yesterday, more clouds than sunshine due to the fact that we got a lot of moisture in place and still have some of that heat lingering. white range of temperatures on our sunday split. 70's northeast of washington towards baltimore, further northeast probably in the 60's towards philadelphia. 80's and 90's with the dividing line being the district itself, we'll probably get into the low 80's but
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towards culpeper, charlottesville we'll. 82 in washington, 72 in annapolis, cloudy still sticky. i don't think we'll shake the humidity, 74 in gaithersburg, 80 at dulles, 85 at manassas, 89 in fredericksberg, low temperatures overnight, a little bit cooler as we fall back into the 50's, your seven-day forecast shows we'll get up to 83 ahead of our cold front that will bring late thunderstorms, we're talking mainly after 7:00 p.m. extreme western suburbs. 78 on tuesday this is where we turn cooler and drier, at least relatively it will be a beautiful mid week, 72 and mostly sunny on wednesday, early call on the second half of the work week looks wet, slow moving storm system bringing us a chilly rain thursday, friday, possibly showers lingering into the saturday. that's the way it looks in your seven-day forecast, tom, sending it back to you. time 7:33. this morning we're officially on day 10
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he headed to harrisburg for a rally with the supporters. he toured a landscaping and tool company, signed an executive order and dealt with manufacturing and trade. president trump returned to his fiery style for the campaign letting loose with the tax on democrats and highlighting what he says has been one of the most skull 100 days any president has had. president trump as you might expect reserved stinging comments for the media dismissing the white house correspondence dinner as an example of how the establishment is, the people who live outside the beltway. the white house correspondence dinner looked a lot different this year, that's because president trump and a lot of a list hollywood stars did not show up but the show went on anyway, the correspondence association president said the annual event would have been different even if president trump had attended. many central the daily show hosted the event. >> i
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want to be roasted, by the looks he's been roasting nonstop for the past 70 years. no one wanted to do this, so, of course, it lands in the hands of an immigrant. how it goes down. >> staff boycotted the dinner in a show of solidarity with the president. no president missed this event in 36 years since president reagan was not able to attend after shot back in 1981. happening, we're just about half hour away from walk for ms. thousands are expected to attend, it is all for great cause, going to be raising a lot of money for people living with multi-sclerosis, alexandra limon is live with the latest. >> reporter: guys, good morning, we're at walk ms dc where a setup is underway, in about half an hour, registering begins and at 9:00 the walk here at
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stadium will take place. now, about 2000 people are expected to participate raising about $200,000 here in the dc area this year alone. now, this is all part of a greater national organization, the national multi-sclerosis society. good morning, how are you? tell us a little bit about all of this money, this year, the boulevard mark is expected to be surpassed nationwide, that's a lot of money and great news but what is that money used for? >> we have a three prong approach. our mission is to make sure people live their best lives that have ms. that means that we accelerate, research breakthroughs and have services as well as we advocate on behalf of people living with ms >> there was a big breakthrough with a new drug, there's two types. why don't you explain that and what this new drug does >> there's two types of
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primary, progressive and relapsing remitting and so we've had 14 fda approved therapies for the relapse and remitting but never had anything for people living with progressive ms, their disease continues to prog progress. >> reporter: that was in part possible because of all the money raised >> the national ms so it's is the largest fund-raiser. >> perhaps underway, registration starts at 8:00 in the morning and the walk itself at 9:00. we will be here all morning long and catch up with you in a little bit. annie tom >> we'll check back. . time 7:37. a lot ahead. are taking selfies unsafe >> some people think so and
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reason why is because some security concerns. coming up, what experts say how snapping a picture posting it could lead to trouble. we'll tell you about it. l tell you about it.
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7:40, latest fitness fad involves a long period of no movement >> it's called napper size and being offered by a gym in the u.k. includes 45 minutes of napping and 15 minutes of light stretching, very light stretching maybe a big stretch, you know, the gym provides everything you need including a bed, blanket and an i mask and the idea is to give you chance to relax your body and mind. this is great for parents. because you know your trying to take nap and your four-year-old is tugging at you. mommy keep your eyes open, she forces my lids to stay open. respect mommy's privacy >> i've been woken up like that. something i don't want to recreate >> it is a hot day, what better way than with ice cream and how about an ice cream
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>> this is a thing now, los angeles now has the home of the new ice cream museum. there's an entire display dedicated to ice cream, it's called the museum of ice cream creatively enough, the visitors are encouraged to taste, sniff and play with the exhibits. includes a banana split room with scratch and sniff wallpaper act pool full of sprinkles. if you're going to be in la, there's other shops around the country and hoping this could go international by next year >> this is great, i love that. >> it's not a museum experience, you're not just going here looking at installations you're, of course, tasting many different things. >> that's really cool. i love it i. hope they bring it here to dc. time 7:42. guess what today is? >> national honesty day. >> every day you should be honesty >> we're i'm going to tell you how to be honest and how to detect those
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for international honesty day. time is 7:42. we'll be right back. we'll be right back.
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7:45, the world is obsessed these days, with a click of the cell phone you may be telling the bad guys they want to see >> it can reveal too much. david martin tell you why you could be at a security risk with each snap. ♪. ♪. >> no one captures the absurd di of selfies better than the crew on the youtube channel. their song par di folks fun at the addiction. but there's a serious note. they can reveal far too much information about whoever snaps them. >> are they in another country or different part of the state? are they at home >> gateland adams is with the cyber defense club. a nationally known expert on computer security. >> they know a certain
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the day you are normally at the gym >> what's visible around you in your selfie can provide universal information for someone tracking you or gathering data about you for identity theft. or to do some good too. >> a person on twitter posted a selfie of them and they were part of isis. in about four hours from people seeing this twitter post, they looked at google maps and figured out where they were in syria, and they were able to work with a government agency to call in an airstrike to hit that target >> say you took a selfie in front of a blank wall? is your location revealed? possible >> if you use instagram or facebook or twitter, they can upload with location services, i'm within three feet of where this photo was taken at this time. >> reporter: if you're savvy enough to turn off location services there's yet another way people can find you in real life. >> if you're using google chrome, you can r
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go reverse image search and google will look for all the photos that look almost exactly the same as that, i've used it before trying to help find a missing person, we've used it, found a twitter picture of them. did a reverse image search and found a facebook profile >> the internet doesn't even need your full face >> facebook bought a company that can do a side profile from here to here with 97% accuracy. >> i can make the complete face, >> can tell them exactly who they are, when you upload a photo, facebook auto tags everyone because they have the data set built >> meanwhile, adams offers these three tips >> be careful about what's in the background, turn off gps, and make sure your price of settings are set to make sure your friends only see it and it's not a public posting >> fox news. >> what do you make of that >> i think they're legit tips, no matter how many times you rhyme people you still have people that have their locatn
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it's just a constant reminder as we move towards this kind of society. >> brave new world, so we have to be michael of our selfies and how we attack them correctly? >> it was so hot i stayed inside, and took selfies of myself. actually, i was obsessed with fixer upper yesterday. rg3 was on on hg tv. i'm totally obsessed and rg iii was on the show. >> yesterday was good day to get sucked in with the air conditioning. >> today will be great for that too, record high temperature in dc yesterday tied at 91 set back in 1974 initially. so now that will be recognized as 2017, but despite the fact it's not as hot, the humid sticks around and makes it lately comfortable. if you're not a fan of humidity, it will be pretty muggy into today and tomorr
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temperatures 72 in washington, mild coming off of our record breaking heat. 69 in baltimore, 66 westminster, 70 in frederick, mid 60's along the mountains. due points which i've been showing this morning and was time to break back out the due point map retired at last fall, and now it's backing april 30th, and we got due points in the 60's which are uncomfortable. a test meant to how sticky. the exception being the mountains, it is very humid and cloudy, we're not going to go see much sun today. satellite and radar showing low level cloud cover especially north and east of washington and that will limit temperatures today. you might not even get out of the 70's, baltimore into the delmarva towards philadelphia. storm system turning across the central part of the country. more severe weather expected along the gulf coast, chicago down through memphis, that's a cold rain, cold enough for snow across portions of kansas, nebraska and the panhandle
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this is much more reminiscent of a winter storm, hence the winter weather we saw in denver. can't rule out a shower or thunderstorm. nothing materialize dyesterday. there's that front bringing showers and thunderstorms along the mountains, we'll have to wait till about 10:00, 11:00 for the front get in here, some strongs may be strong but the best chance will be west of town where you're tapping into daytime heating, these storms are later at night for dc and points east into the overnight hours for tuesday, by 7:00 a.m. we wake up to sunshine look as lot better. so couple sticky days, cloudy and humid 82 today, 83 monday, late thunderstorms, sunny and mild looks nice 78 on tuesday, 72 on wednesday, then the second half of the work week looks very cool. a wet chilly couple of days, with showers p
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into next saturday. that's the way it looks, send it back to annie. >> thanks, caitlin. in case you didn't know, international honesty day is today, and there's new national survey about lying. found men lie twice as much as women. 27% of americans say they've never lied. they're all liars, half of all americans think white lies are wrong and 18% say they've lied once a year or less. i think everyone lied on this survey. >> a little white lies to make people get through the day a little bit better. that's not that big. . 7:52. coming up, it would be an accomplishment for anyone >> one man with one leg is showing us this morning that hard work and dedication can pay off. details on this amazing person's feet after the break. ♪ ♪. ♪ ♪. ♪ ♪. ♪ ♪.
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my name is jenny doan i'm a quilter and i'm a mother and i'm a grandmother. 2008 was when all the markets crashed, we lost our retirement. hamilton was losing hope and my husband and i were losing hope. my sister and i we challenged ourselves to help figure out a way to help them. our kids bought us a quilt machine. it was very humble beginnings. we were just this cute little shop, just like everybody else. one day al came in and asked me if i wanted to do
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"sure honey what's a tutorial?" i had not a clue. hi everybody i'm jenny from the missouri star quilt company. youtube gave us the opportunity to really differentiate, we got to a 1,000 subscribers year one and now we're at 300,000 subscribers. we started carrying all the fabrics that mom would use in the tutorials. now we're the world's largest provider of pre-cut quilting fabric. in the beginning we were just shipping 10 orders a day. now we ship 5,000 orders a day. opening a business in hamilton kinda sparked things. we've got 14 quilt shops in town, three restaurants, a little hotel, we had over 100,000 people come to hamilton last year. we love jenny. my whole life i've always wanted to own a business. none of that would have been possible without missouri star quilt company. all i have to do is open my door and bake my goods and missouri star does the rest. youtube has enabled my family and i to bring hope to the town and to the people who live here.
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mat ♪. ♪. this is fox 5 news morning. good morng,
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5 news morning on this sunday, i'm annie yu >> i'm tom fitzgerald great to see you, april 30th, last day of april, may day tomorrow, caitlin roth >> another month of 2017 coming to a close, and on a very warm note, hot enough for you guys yesterday >> it could be a little hotter >> annie is like please >> you were inside watching >> i don't really like it >> i was outside cutting the lawn, you were inside watching tv >> i was marinating on the couch. >> so was i breaking into a sweat >> i'm not hating, just jealous >> lawn doesn't me itself, someone got to do it >> thank you your whole neighborhood in for annie and myself too. on a hot and household day, it is april 30th, last day of the month. may begins tomorrow, not as hot as yesterday, which featured record breaking temperatures around the area, including here at dc, we tied a record high of 91. right now, it is 72 and el
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temperatures very mild. we didn't even slip below 70 in the district. 68, dulles, 75 manassas, 72 in quantico, 72 in leonardtown. clouds out there, it's going to be one of those cloudy humid days, a lot like yesterday, but without limit sunshine and with winds out of the northeast instead of the south, temperatures will hit their peak in probably the low 80's for us here in washington. here's the way it looks mostly cloudy with an isolated thunderstorm likely towards the north, high temperature of 82 degrees, but there will be a nice little gradient setting up of where temperatures will barely be in the 70s, annapolis, low 80's, washington and then making a run again at 90, south and west where there's more sunshine, placeses like culpeper, charlottesville have a better chance. that's the way it looks for today, storms in the forecast to start off the work week, details ahead in your seven-day forecast. search continues this morning in montgomery county for a gunman in a deadly shooting in germantown. of police say
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shot along kitchen house way, one of the victims amuru johnson died, so far no word on a motive. fairfax county police identified the victim of a saturday morning fatal shooting in alexandria. 27-year-old vander pool was killed inside of a business on general washington drive after 7:00 a.m. the victim got into an argument with another man before he was shot. so far, one person is under arrest. police in howard county say they're still looking for a prisoner who escaped while being transported to a mental hospital in jessup on friday, authorities have suspended the ground search for david watson saying there's no signs he's in the area, police are following up on leads and looking for watson in howard and maryland and also delaware where watson has ties, he was serving the sentence of more than 100 yearses for attempted murder. the search is on for aan
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kidnapped a woman off the street and tried to sexual assault her. happened friday. police tell us the woman was walking along mississippi avenue in southeast when man approached her then forced her into his truck, drove her to fort due upon park. the woman managed to escape, police asking anyone with information about this case to give them a call. also in southeast, police are investigating after an saw and fire happened. it happened saturday afternoon on halley terrace, two sisters got into a fight. one sister with a minor injury and the second was inside her apartment. first responders realized the apartment was on fire, quickly put the fire out. police say the sister with the knife was arrested and fire investigators are still trying to determine how this fire was started. this morning, we're officially in day 101 of the trump presidency, the president last night headed to pennsylvania for a campaign style rally. president t
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executive order dealing with manufacturing and trade. during his remarks, president trump returned to his fiery campaign style letting loose with a tax on both democrats highlighting what he says has been one of the most successful 100 days any president has had. and as you might expect, he reserved some most stinging comments for the washington media. dismissing the white house correspondence dinner as an example of how out of touch the media establishment is with people who live outside the beltway. >> i could not possibly be more thrilled than to be more than 100 miles away from washington swamp they would love to be with us here tonight. but they're trapped at the dinner, which will be very, very boring. >> president also called the 100 day mark a ridiculous standard a
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past week the white house unveiled a new section highlighting what it sees as its own best accomplishments. >> most of the a list hollywod stars regulars during the obama administration were no shows this year. correspondence association president jeff mason said dinner the dinner would have been different even if president trump had attended. comedian manage of the daily show went after the president and his decision not to attend >> i get why he didn't want to be roasted tonight, by the looks, he's been roasting nonstop for the past 70 years. no one wanted to do this, of course, it lands in the hands of an immigrant. that's how it goes down. >> the white house staff also boycotted the dinner in a show of solidarity with the president. no president missed in 36 year, the last time was when
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reagan was not able to attend after recovering from a gunshot. demonstrators were out marching to bring attention to climate change, the largest was in dc. they're is upset with president trump over his roll-back and easing oil and gas regulation, caroline schiffly reports. >> reporter: angry and organized is a perfect description. people are dancing, they're singing, some people are blowing bulks, chanting that people are indeed angry. they called his policies a catastrophe for our climate and communities. mr. trump rolled back environmental protections proposed cuts to the epa and eased up on oil and gas regulations. the president says his moves will create jobs, generate billions of dollars and get the government's nose out of business. people here aren't buying it. you can tell by the signs they're holding, and their chants,
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said to us. >> it's our future at stake. we're the generation that has a chance to do something about climate change and we have to stop the attack on health coming from the trump administration is that >> i'm here to had make statement about the stupidity of denying climate change, it's urgent. >> your responsibility is not just to you and your family to enrich them but to help the american people with truth, not with lies. >> this was just one of about 365 marches across the country today. in washington, caroline schiffly, fox news. coming up painful loss for the caps, falling to the pittsburgh penguins we'll have a recap of yesterday's big games and what to look forward to. caitlin? >> as we head to break, here's a live look outside across the dc region
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another look and what we can look forward to in the week ahead, we'll be right back
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dominated the caps. penguins went to work and scored three times in the second period, the caps answered with one back but in the third period, pittsburgh scored again, the caps closed it out 4-2 on one goal by nicholas backstrom but the penguins scored two more goals, capitols trailing the pittsburgh penguins to games to none, that shifts out to pittsburgh before games three and four. to the nationals, the nats took it on the chin at home. losing to the national league east rivals the new york mets, they beat the nats 5-3. jose ray yes hit one out for the visitor, stroudsburg took the loss. they will try to avoid this afternoon. not to be left out, the washington wizards in business today, the nba playoffs
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on the boston sell ticks. tip-off at 1:00. we'll bring you the latest tonight on fox 5 news at 6:00 and 10:00. sorry about the caps, something to look forward to you're watching fox 5 news at 8:00. another check with the weather coming up, after the break. stay with us.
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just minutes away or from the i should say 45 minutes because it kicks off at 9:00. >> for the start of the walk for ms happening in dc. >> thousands of people are expected to attend this, they will be doing it for a good cause, raising money for peanut butter who are living with ms. alexandra limon is live at rfk stadium in northeast with the latest. good morning, alex, how is it going? >> reporter: good morning. and the local chapter of the ms society is expect to raise $400,000 just through this walk. about 2000 people are getting to be taking part and i have one of them here, jules williams >> i'm here with my
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sakia, who's the team captain and my grandson quintin and we're taking part because we have a family member recently diagnosed and we want to support him and his efforts to remain healthy in the society's efforts to find a cure >> the society really works to develop research and new treatments. you were telling me before that, your son-in-law is doing very well actually despite being diagnosed a couple of years ago. why and how's is possible. >> he's currently, he works at a high school as teacher and he's also an athletic coordinator but eats well, takes his medicine as indicated by his physician and he tries to stay healthy by exercising, and you know, i think being around the kids at the school actually helped a lot too. >> thank you for talking to us, obviously, a very personal reason for participating. let me have you take a look around. you can see a lot of people starting to arrive knew, at the start line for the walk just over
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and again this gets started around 9:00 and such an important cause to raise money, you heard jules story about her son-in-law and he's actually been able to still be an athletic coordinator and that's really amazing because we know that ms involves a lot of pain. it's an autoimmune disease, sometimes it's hard for people to be outdoors in the sun. that's a big trigger for people who suffer from ms. so just goes to show how important those treatments are, and development in new treatments. for people to be able to continue leading their normal lives, and that's exactly what the ms society works for an amazing organization of this years, nationwide expected to surpass the billion dollars mark in fund-raising with the walks throughout the nation alone. live at rfk stadium, alexandra limon, send it back to you. going to be
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today. you just heard alex talk about how the heat affects folks but they're going to have to probably get water in them before they go on this walk. >> not as hot as uv but definitely humid and take a hazy live look outside. accu-weather forecast, we could be in the middle of summer with this weekend weather, last day of april, that's it. we're in the middle of the spring, but we tied a record high temperature yesterday, it is still incredibly humid out there this morning, you need the air conditioning to be comfortable all day yesterday, again today and tomorrow because the humidity, that's a killer, and it is going to remain very muggy through about monday night. so humidity sticks around despite the fact temperatures will be cooler. very mild right now, 72 in washington, 69 in baltimore, 66 in westminster and stun in annapolis, 75 in manassas, cooler in the mountains where the elevation helps them out. we've had high due points meaning humid throughout the overnight hours into this morning, winds fairly called
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wanted to point this out, you got the flow off the ocean from about washington and points north, look at quantico, leonardtown, you got winds out of the south, there is a warm front sitting right over the district areas north and east of the warm front will be noticeably cooler, areas south and west will make a run and 90. this is ahead of of a pretty strong system. heavy rain from chicago down to the southeast where unfortunately devastating severe weather in texas last night, the severe weather threat remains for places like louisiana mississippi tennessee. snow, this is winter storm system despite the fact tomorrow is may 1st, several inches of snow fell in colorado. it's incredible. thankfully we're not talking about any of that in our forecast. we do have rain in the forecast. chance of a shower off towards our north, otherwise, i think we stay rain-free, a lot like yesterday overcast skies, cloudy to start off and then that front arrives some time in the
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hours, notice these pockets of heavy showers west of town. that's when the chance for rain increases monday evening right after sunset through the evening hours, that front moves through washington, baltimore, we got the chance for heavy rain. possibly strong storms in there, although the chance will be highest towards our west where the storms begin earlier before that moves out and then we'll start off by tuesday with sunshine, should be nice by tuesday, here's the boundary i just showed you with the wynnefield. 70's will be the high be temperature t80's for dc and possibly into the 90's south and west, 82 is what we'll call for today in washington, cloudy and humid, kind of sticky through monday. late thunderstorms monday night, beautiful weather middle part of the wake, then a slow moving storm system will deliver cool rain thursday and friday and a left over chance into saturday. very different as we're approaching next weekend, the first weekend in may, that's the way it looks, annie sending it back to you and tom. im
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would be an accomplishment for anyone. >> but the man you're about to meets he was one leg and showing a lot of us that hard work and dedication pays off. details on his amazing achievement after the break. ent after the break.
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man you're about meet won a go ahead metal at the world jiujitsu festival which would be an incredible accomplishment for anyone but he did it with one leg >> his name is ronald man. he lost his leg in a motorcycle accident back 1995. photo journalist has his inspirational story >> 30 days after the accident i had a gun to my head and decided i wasn't going to quit. if i was going to die, i was going to die fighting. ♪. ♪. >> i found my path through jiujitsu. coming out when i lost my leg, this is 21 years ago, they didn't have par olympics or amputees on commercials and television. i went back into martial arts as a way of recovery. when i first started training, i wasn't allowed to train in most gyms, they turned me away because there had never been an
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martial arts. i wanted to start competing we had to drive four and a half hours away to chicago, i'd wear long pants and my leg was patted up so make it competible. i went to the center of the rink took my leg off raised it above my head and the entire stadium went quiet and realize what happened and exploded and i can remember that, that's when i felt equal. years go by, they offered me a chance and nobody knew if an amputee can do it. it's a live combat sport. you can't think about it. to me, that shows true ability. i retired after holding 170 title in lansing michigan. and about a half years ago i heard about this world jiujitsu tournament. >> the rules of the tournament he couldn't use his prosthetic. he had to learn how not have that
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we had him going and compete in the tournament he had to fight able bodied opponents, the first match was a little rough and then ended up submit all the rest of his opponents and winning it >> you adapt the art to your body, there are advantages you can't ankle arc me, i don't have an ankle on that side. i can't block the guard attacks from that side. i'm not able to sweep from that side. people are truly stunned. they can't believe that they just got beat by a one-legged dude. >> jiujitsu is more than a sport. teaches you how to solve problems under duress. the things we learn are applicable to any area of our lives. >> without this i don't know where i would have ended up with jiujitsu i'm world champion. >> inspirational. >> you can do anything if you apply yourself. he is an example of that. >> very true. that does it for us at 8:00. after the break, fox 5 news on t
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president trump's 100 day that is office we'll look at that and last night's white house correspondence dinner on tap, plus special guest, the authors. >> we do have a lot >> stick around >> we'll be right backm a mother and i'm a grandmother. 2008 was when all the markets crashed, we lost our retirement. hamilton was losing hope and my husband and i were losing hope. my sister and i we challenged ourselves to help figure out a way to help them. our kids bought us a quilt machine. it was very humble beginnings. we were just this cute little shop, just like everybody else. one day al came in and asked me if i wanted to do tutorials and i was like "sure honey what's a tutorial?" i had not a clue. hi everybody i'm jenny from the missouri star quilt company. youtube gave us the opportunity to really differentiate, we got to a 1,000 subscribers year one and now we're at 300,000 subscribers. we started carrying all the fabrics that mom would use in the tutorials. now we're the world's largest provider of pre-cut quilting fabric. in the beginning we were just shipping 10 orders a day.
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opening a business in hamilton kinda sparked things. we've got 14 quilt shops in town, three restaurants, a little hotel, we had over 100,000 people come to hamilton last year. we love jenny. my whole life i've always wanted to own a business. none of that would have been possible without missouri star quilt company. all i have to do is open my door and bake my goods and missouri star does the rest. youtube has enabled my family and i to bring hope to the town and to the people who live here. on the front lines of health care, there are always new challenges and opportunities. at unitedhealth group, we're built to help with both. providing employers with data and insights to improve outcomes. ensuring seniors have stability and choice in their benefits. and working with governments to expand access, lower costs and improve quality.
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a show down between the president and the press >> tonight we salute white house reporters. please raise a glass to them. to freedom of the press and journalists here and around the world. here here. >> and look at the media back there, they would actually rather be here. >> you decide. on the hill starts right now. good sunday morning to you, april 30th, 2017. last day of the month >> i can't believe it, tom, i'm ronica cleary. >> tom fitzgerald. welcome to fox 5 news on the
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busy sunday morning, this morning, because saturday night was a very busy saturday night and a whole lot of levels. >> i'm appreciatetive of the magic of concealer and dry shampoo or i don't know if i'd be standing next to you. >> i don't know what that means but i'll go with it. the white house correspondence dinner are on your right. on the left, president of the united states headed up to harrisburg, pennsylvania for a competing event, kind of a campaign rally style event where the president pulled no punches when it came to going after the media and talking about what he says are the highlights of his first 100 days >> when manage made that joke at the top of the show, it's the elephant not in the room, it brought me back to the iowa debate that donald trump didn't show up at and megyn kelly said the same awards, how many times will we say that about president trump? let's listen to a little bit. >> there's another big gathering taking place tonight in washington, dc.
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for the last 100 days, my administration has been delivering every single day for the great citizens of our country. whether putting our coal minors back to work, protecting america's steel and aluminum workers, we love that steel and aluminum. or eliminating job killing regulations. we are keeping one promise after another >> was it what you expected from those remarks >> it was vintage trump back on the campaign trail. and that was actually some of the tamer things he said last night. at one point, david gurgin said it was one of the most divisive speeches he's ever heard from a president of the united states. we'll get into this more as we go on. >> people calling it probably divisive
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timing and the correspondence dinner making this divide bigger between the media and president. other end of the spectrum was the white house correspondence dinner, the topic was the absence of the president not being there, not choosing a couple of weeks ago noting to to a be there. went know until a couple of days ago he was going to be having a competing effort in pennsylvania. >> it was smart. made sense, classic president trump. let's talk about hillary clinton. still doing it. take a listen. >> you know, even hillary clinton couldn't be here tonight. hillary clinton, she could have been but i think someone told her that the event was in wisconsin and michigan. so. >> here's a hillary clinton's reaction to this on twitter saying, great to see people take to the streets and come back climate change, protect the next generation and fight for jobs and economic injustice. she didn't
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about the white house correspondence dinner. i'm sure she'd rather be there as president. >> this is shattered the new book out by jonathan allen and amy parns. to talk about this great book, which i have started, but not only what's going on at large and our politics. how are you >> little tired. but we're hanging in. >> it's our commitment to the never ending news cycle >> i went to bed early and haven't managed to look as good as the three of you. well done, folks, good recovery. threat it's interesting. >> jen palmer iri said at the interview said
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she would be the next president and were too hard on her because of it. your book from my understanding takes a look at the problems in the campaign when i hear a remark it's still finger pointing outside of the campaign for what went wrong. >> they want to blame james comey, russia, the press, this should something they all did a couple days after she lost. at narrative they're still kind of, you know, spinning but i think that, yeah, john and i had said all along that it those things, it is all three of those things -- maybe -- i don't know about the press. i would argue with that one. but it is comey and russia and it is everything we point out in this book including messengering and their reliance and data analytics and squabbleing in the campaign >> as a young person i used to look forward to when
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would come out with one of those campaign books and this is in the tradition of that. i know a lot of the media about it has been about the juicy points but there are also very heavy lifting questions in here about right now, what's going on with the democratic party. john, you talked about some dysfunction not only within this campaign but within this party as a whole so much focus obviously in rightly has been focused on the republicans in these past 100 days. where are the democrats right now having come out of this loss? and how are they set up for the future now after having gone through this with hillary clinton? >> they're a little lost right now. that's typical at the end of a presidency, president eight years who's a unionfying party. barack obama is no longer the leader of that party or hillary clinton. they're looking for somebody to show them the way
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go through in this book a lot of lessons that can be learned by democrats and republicans going forward for campaigns >> amy, in a lot of ways you talk about how this campaign did in the serve the party because hillary clinton may have squash add lot of the up and coming talent that bench strength you need in any political party >> even joe biden who was someone who people thought would be very competitive, she kind of box him into a corner. and he got really upset about that. he was like, you know, she's playing ugly. i think she did that with a lot of people coming up, people thought this was her time again, she became the inevitable candidate story line that kind of haunted her since 2008 but she didn't really do much to actually push back on that point. she did kind of become the inevitable candidate because she didn't have a
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again message. she didn't have one big idea >> tom and i used to joke, what is the slogan or the message she's bringing home? one of the things i would love to hear more from you both about. from my just one singular experience interacting with each campaign during the general was the complete difference in how each of the campaigns interacted with me as part of the press. i would argue that the trump campaign really could care less, and the clinton campaign was shockingly focused on a level of detail that really kind of made me scratch my head if they were doing this with every single reporter across the country. would you call that a tragic flaw because it felt like night and day between the two camps >> definitely. they tried really hard, really smart people obviously. she brought in best of the obama folks, and some other leaders in the democratic party but i think somewhere along the lines their
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i don't think they were doing her any favors, i don't think she was doing herself favors. certainly, when they were relying on data analytics and people like bill clinton, he has more of a feel for that kind of thing and trying to argue they should be sending him to different places, that was all a problem >> i'm glad you used the term tragic flaw. for those who know greek tragedy or the shakespearean vision, that is is a drama that played out in this book and what we do is pull back the curtain and let you see what's going on behind the scenes this really is one of the great dramatic stories that played out in politics in a long time with a candidate who had, strengths and weaknesses and traits that were both of those things at different time that sort of real idea of a tragic flaw >> one of the clouds that continued to hang over the clinton campaign as it pulled into its final weeks was the issue about the e-
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issue about why she could not seem to free herself of that. the clintons are clearly experienced with having been in sticky situations before. this one, she didn't seem to be able to apologize. and that became an issue within the campaign. talk about that for a minute and why they were not able in this campaign to deal with that issue and move on >> it was something she was dealing with before she announced her candidacy in march at at at the u n and that was frustrated and i think the former president was frustrated ensure message wasn't getting across that the e-mail story loomed over them. and they both kind of lashed out at the campaign, why aren't you guys doing your jobs? why isn't the
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through >> the lashing out seems to be a thing, at one point chris van holland comes up in this and i won't repeat but there just seems to be this kind of anger and this flashes of anger about things not going the way they wanted to. is that something that continued throughout this thing, just this uproar and this turmoil through the? >> i think there was a lot of frustration on this campaign, even she at one point sort of wondered why she wasn't up by more points on donald trump and she could see some of the problems, she could see that she didn't have a feel for the pop lus uprising in the country that made her frustrated. the chris van holland story is he is, said he wasn't trying to do this but her impression of what he was trying to do was to get unions to help him keep the african-american vote in the baltimore area down. because he was running in a primary against donna edwards, and hillary clinton finds out and
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>> you're clear. >> want to make sure. i can use the letter. she says f chris van holland, is this my presidential run and he's running for the senate and she gets one of her aids to send a message to the unions and basically says would you rather have a friend in the white house or in the senate? so they end up doing what she wants not what he wants, but he end up in the senate. she doesn't end up in the presidency. we're talking about the hundred days, obviously that's president trump but my real point that i've been thinking about as with think about 3 hillary clinton in the next hundred days, in the rests of this administration, does hillary clinton have a role anymore? >> i think a lot of people are still trying to find out who that person is. i think she feels like she does and i feel like a lot of people do. she after all did win the popular vote and people think she has a place in this and people like her when she's >> in office? isn't that what
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>> one of the striking things, this is not your first book, you wrote hrc. it was a fantastic book about her years as secretary of state. it seems like person in this book and hrc are dramatically different, that the cool calm collected person in that book didn't show up in this book >> she's the first to admit it. she's really good at governoring, not campaigning, she's not her husband or president obama either >> the book is shattered. we appreciate both of you coming in this sunday morning to talk about it. >> fox 5 on the hill coming right back. right back.
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who would have thought that a muslim would be standing on this stage for the 9th year in a row, baby? we had eight years of barack what's another year? i'll see you, a large group of hollywood act actors and washington media are consoling each other in a total ball room in our nation's capitol right now. >> no one wanted to do
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course, it lands in the hands of an immigrant. it's how it goes down. no one wanted this editing, no one >> and i could not possibly be more thrilled is than to be more than 100 miles away from washington swamp >> he tweets at 3:00 a.m. sober. who is tweeting at 3:00 a.m. sober? >> donald trump because it's 10:00 a.m. in russia, those are business hours. >> almost competing interest there from last night on the one hand, president trump in pennsylvania last night. on the other hand, the white house correspondence dinner. >> quite a night. and we have guests with us this morning, we have emily
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reliable source columnist and comedian tim young. as a comedian, he did say it correctly, that that was a job no one wanted last night. how do you think he did >> i've been on your channel so many times saying i would have done that job last night. >> let's make it clear >> next year, call me. anyway, you know, it's a tough jb especially without the president being there and he knows everyone in america and the eight people in c span washed last night. they're all going to be critical. it's a tough one >> it is a tough job >> it's a really tough gig. the other aspect of that is that the chairs are filled with members of the media who are super thin skinned. so party of the comedian's job is to make fun of the press and when he does, there's this o, that kind of goes through the crowd. he was kind of busting on
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today, and they it was the hilarious, but there's some thin skins in that room >> there's a lot of people that say this dinner has been heading for a come uppans. half a decade go, tom brokaw was disturbed about the fact you have this big interest and journalists all dressed up to the nines, you don't have to go to this dinner to see political comedy. it is everywhere including on the television show of the host that is hosting that. when you look at that, i mean, were there real laughs there or is this a joke that's kind of played out a little bit? >> i think it's -- i do think it's been played out. and really last night, what we saw was a lot of hack jokes about how jump was a racist for about 20 minutes and a couple of new swings at the media. for the most part, this dinner has been going on so long and it's kind of just
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yourself on the back, go to prom dress up nice and get drunk with your friends. >> why do we still do this >> why is this still a thing >> well, actually, the dinner is supposed to be about the first amendment, and celebrating the work of white house correspondants and raising money for scholarships. in the last probably -- for decades, it's been eclipsed by all the hollywood celebrities who show up >> when fawn hall came to the dinner, the year -- oliver north's assistant came to the dinner, everything changed and the osbornes showed up and the kardashians and never been the same >> back in the days in the bush administration it was sanjia. he was like the novelty celebrity >> that's hilarious to hear that name >> what i want to talks about the reaction f
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he's talking about he wouldn't want to be in the swamp's the upon the that there were's celebrities there, i did not see any, you matthews bodine >> and i was there, we were there. >> present company excluded >> i just -- i was looking, i found this this morning, i can't believe i stumbled across this tweet. this is from president trump, i didn't put in the full, this is him responding to the protests, the women's march around the world, he tweets peaceful protests are a hallmark of our democracy. in one sense, the woman's match he's responding to his people. he does look at that ball room of about 2000 people in a totally different light. i think for all of the criticism that he received last night, you know, from the comedian and some
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of the speakers about this attack on the first amendment he's bringing, i don't think it's completely fair. we have seen him respond to people who disagree with him in a very presidential way. this is a totally different battle and fight he's taking on >> what's not fair about that? donald trump had no problem going to that dinner when he wanted to get publicity, but when he ran afoul with the relationship with the media, suddenly it's the most awful thing in the world >> there was no what >> seems to me what happened last night was that the biggest entertainer wasn't in the room and he was in pennsylvania in harrisburg >> and the biggest comedy wasn't ever him either, it was samantha b show across town >> will farrell was back >> if you're the president of the united states, especial last night, donald trump, i wouldn't have shown up to that. there was no way he could have looked good. any look on his face, cameras would have been focused on his face the entire time >> we haven't shown this, i want to
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bit of will farrell coming back as george w bush. let's roll this >> you guys sneaking up on me with got you questions like why are we going to war? gotcha. >> why did you not respond to hurricane katrina? gotcha. what is your middle name? gotcha. i just wish someone told me all you have to say is fake news over and over again. that could be your answer for everything. yeah. >> i did sort of scratch my head and wonder the logic of celebrities who say they're standing with the press and in support of it, if all of these years in the past they did go to the dinner, why suddenly boycott it and throw a competing dinner downtown? i'm not saying it's right or wrong, it kind of made me i didn't get it >> they're sort of a fundamental misunderstanding. we know here in
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dinner is supposed to be about journalists and it's thrown by journalists. but i think outside of washington, there's a misunderstanding of that, people think this is the white house's dinner. i've talked to, you know, actresses and actors who showed up in years past saying i'm here for the white house dinner and they think they're going to have dinner with the president, i'm like no, you're going to be in the washington hilton ball room to crane your neck to get a look at the jumbo tron. this a misperception that coming to this dinner is supporting the white house and i think that celebrities find that incredibly divisive >> a lot of hollywood stars used to go to this thing, one thing is it's good at is reboots >> people describe a lot of the dinner veterans, people who have been going to this many years, saying this is a course correction, back to what the dinner was about in the first place >> thanks for joining us this morning. >> ok. fox
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