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♪ you know this song, it is friday, it is here, it is the weekend, good morning to all of you, you're watching "fox & friends first". i'm abby huntsman. heather: i'm heather childers. we do begin with the leader of one of america's closest allies, theresa may, the first foreign leader to meet with president trump today. abby: what meaning is not happening is the one with the president of méxico that face to face called off amid the battle for who is paying for the border wall. latest on political tug of war, where do things stand? >> when president trump announced he's going to move with his plans to move a wall
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yesterday, méxico's president officially canceled his trip to washington that was scheduled next week and a gathering of republican lawmakers in philadelphia, mr. trump said he did not have any problem with that, if méxico was not willing to discuss paying the wall, the meeting would have been fruitless anyway. the president went to double down for his plan for a wall. >> the wall is necessary. it's not just politics and yet it is good for the heart of the nation because people want protections. the wall protects and all you have to do is ask israel. >> republicans claim to help pay for the wall by issuing a 20% tax on imports for countries we have a trade deficit with such as méxico. >> right now our country's policy is to let import flows freely in which is ridiculous, we can do $10 billion a year and easily play for the wall just
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with that mechanism alone. >> first official visit from foreign leader as theresa may visit it is wall yesterday in philadelphia, told republican lawmakers, now is a crucial time for our two countries to work together. >> as you renew your nation, we have the opportunity, indeed, the responsibility to renew the special relationship for this new age. we have the opportunity to lead together again. abby: thank you, garrett. heather: thank you, garrett, today marks one week since president trump took oath of office, no sign of slowing down any time soon. the president outlining what is next in an exclusive interview
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with sean hannity. >> let's talk about a little bit about executive orderers, syria, sudan, yemen and that goes to the promise of extreme vetting. >> totally extreme and beyond just those countries we are going to have extreme vetting, we will have extreme vetting for people coming in to our country and if we think it's a problem, it's not going to be easy for people to come in anymore. >> you do not need congress now as it relates to building a wall and you said in an interview last night that you plan to do this expeditiously. >> right. >> 700-mile of fencing. other measures as well. do you think you'll need more than that, do you have to get congress to get the support. >> the wall is necessary, it's not just politics and yet it is good for the heart of the nation in a certain way because people want protection and a wall protects. >> winston churchill dealt with evil in his time, my father fought in world war ii,.
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>> we have evil that looks around the corner without uniforms, ours it's harder, they are sneaky dirty rats and blow people up in a shopping center and they blow people up in a church, so waterboarding used to be used because it wasn't church, one step slightly below torture. >> that's why it was legal. >> i spoke with people the other day who are in this world who we are talking about, they said, absolutely it works, absolutely. now, general mattis said that he doesn't intend to use it. i'm with him all the way, do i believe it works, yes, i do. heather: coming up at 5:30 what president trump revealed about his pick in the supreme court being announced next week. abby: one day after signing executive order to build the wall, the head of the border
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patrol resign. heather: casualty of president trump's policies but agents on the front lines say that it is proof that former president obama set the agency up to fail. abby: jackie ibañez on how politics played at the border. >> president obama appointed mark as chief customs in june and he just took oath of office in october but the biggest question for agents is why he was appointed in the first place. accusing president obama of undermining the border force. >> he was appointed as the chief of border patrol, the first outside chief who wasn't a career border patrol agent and didn't come up in the rank. in the last year of the obama administration it just looked like a political move. he was set up in a no-win situation from the beginning. you heard the national border
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patrol council speak out against it publicly. abby: a new chief has already been found as president trump reinforces their mission. >> it's about those times those laws were properly enforced. they are not enforced. [applause] >> lack of security poses a substantial threat to the sovereignty and safety of the united states of america and its citizens. abby: associated press reported that morgan was asked to leave but chose to resign rather than fight termination, the white house setting that record straight saying all officers appointed by proceeding president are asked to submit to new president, reports, abby. abby: here is how the networks covered it. >> the man charged with protecting america's border now ousted. >> the border chief is gone, he
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wasn't fired for a cause but simply the president wanted to move in another direction, by the way, you may remember trump was endorsed by the union representing border patrol agents, he was not very popular, that outgoing border chief was not popular with the union. we learned today that the u.s. border patrol has been fired, a signal that the new administration that's taking border policies in a new direction focusing on the wall. abby: nbc nightly news didn't cover the story at all. heather: now to another fox news alert for you. a column-by style attack planned in florida middle school today foiled just in time. the sumter county sheriff say that is the is 3 and 14-year-olds planned to drop a pencil and that would be a signal to start shooting, those allegedly knew about the attack would shout eugene to not get
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shot. they are charged with conspiracy to commit murder. forcing a plane packed with people to make an emergency landing, the united airlines from washington, d.c. touching down at an international airport where it was scheduled to land. airport firefighters meeting the plane on the tarmac spraying it down, no word yet on what sparked the fire. abby: frightening. chillies can want handle the heat in an update story, the restaurant is pulling the plug on the program to donate its portion of a sales to planned parenthood after major backlash online, customers in kentucky in indiana were receiving 15% of their meal to abortion clinic. mike pence takes rally in washington, d.c., pro-life
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advocate is the highest elected official to ever speak at tent tweeting this, honor to meet with pro-life leaders in my office tonight, just told me i look forward to addressing national march for life on friday. presidential adviser kellyanne conway will join him in addition to tens of thousands of march marchers. heather: bitter cold temperatures moving in yet again. abby: fox news senior meteorologist janice dean. heather: just in time for the weekend. janice: not too bad. we are not talking about arctic outbreak but it's going to be chilly and participate south in the southeast. temperatures right now, 22 minneapolis, it is the end of january, this is the time we expect the colder temperatures, let's take a look at the maps, radar wise we are not doing too badly, we do have lake effect snow that's ongoing this weekend, we could see upwards of
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1 to 2 feet in ontario. this time of year we do expect to see the snow effect crank up. otherwise across the southeast, rather the southwest, we will deal with santa ana winds, they are back, that's going to increase the wild fire danger. other than that, though, not too bad. look at the forecast. not bad across much of the country. cooler temperatures but otherwise no major storm system, i hear we've got some yummy stuff coming up later on. i am sticking demander the studio because i hear we are going to be doing breakfast stuff. abby: fried chicken chalupa. heather: time now is ten minutes after the top of the hour and the state taking steps right now to be in the first in the nation to add a new gender option on driver's licenses.
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abby: new information about the child fire starter who ignited at inauguration protest. >> why did you start the fire? >> because i felt like it and i am just saying -- abby: remember that guy. a parent connection to actor drew carrey. heather: you'll never guess how much people are which he willing out mcdonald's special sauce.
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abby: 50 minutes after the hour, texas governor greg abbott raising the states of sanctuary city and florida mayor is taking notice, carlos giménez instructing jail officials to heal all immigration detainer request. the move drawing press from the president.
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miami-dade dropped sanctuary policy, right decision, strong. the mayor explaining what we will change. >> we will comply with the federal government's request to keep a prisoner in our custody that may be illegal immigrant for the federal government until they can pick them up. abby: mayor giménez will be joining "fox & friends" in the next hour for exclusive interview. stick around for that. heather: golden state taking steps to be the first in the nation to add gender option on driver licenses, this is what a california driver license looks like today and this is what it could soon look like. democrats are pushing for a third-gender neutral option on all-state issued id's, they said it would make it easier for transgender people to be identified but adding a third option would hamper the government's ability to verify identities and backgrounds.
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abby: a teacher now suspended after posting outrageous video pretending to assassinate president trump. heather: carla with siriusxm 115 with what is trending. >> teachers are supposed to lead by example, right, you will want to file this one under what was she thinking. dallas high school teacher paia posted this disturbing footage to her instagram account on inauguration day. circulated the school's phone number to encourage people to file complaints. the dallas independent school districts has responded and placed her on administrative leave and the secret service has been aware of the incident.
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heather: so this next story, the child not only started the fire but it's what he said and his connection to drew carrey. >> remember the young kid at trump ib agouration rally, he's been identified, listen to what he said. >> why did you start the fire? >> i felt like and i'm just saying -- >> wow, talking to our own greg jenkins. a rep could not identify but the same carrey, the father participated in the inauguration in another way in a ball hosted by the american leg own. heather: talk about leading by example.
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>> just in time for the super bowl, a brand-new budweiser has been born. look at the kitty. he was born 150 pounds. his name is pete, he was born at the warm springs ranch in missouri on monday. eighty-third anniversary, both mom and baby are doing just fine. heather: live commercial during the super bowl. [laughter] abby: i love clydesdale. abby: exactly, love it. happy friday. heather: time now is 18 minutes to the top of the hour and hollywood heavy weights taking aim at the first family. >> it's about the respect for the first family in this country. heather: judge has the message for those protesting the president.
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abby: next, of course we had to try the new chicken chalupa from taco bell, we are putting them to the test. a little chicken chalupa heathers
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alert, a fake app that could be spying on you at your own ohm. abby: that's creepy, a warning that we all need to hear. cheryl: it's a popular app. you have android phone in particular, you need to listen, there's malware that's a fake netflix app, the logo looks exactly the same. that's how the guys are getting the app onto phones and other
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android devices and basically it can access the camera and text messages, emails or contents, everything, if you click on the app with the netflix logo and disappears, that means that your phone has been hacked. abby: i wonder who these people are. heather: way too much time on their hands. abby: big mac sauce, we talked about the other day. cheryl: 10,000 bottles, right? they've given it all out and people are trying to resale them on ebay guess what, up to a hundred thousand dollars. abby: a hundred thousand dollars. cheryl: no bids on that un. a lot are ten grand. that's the big thing. heather: no it's not ketchup and man -- taco bell and the chicken
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chalupas are here and i can smell them. cheryl: probably a big hit, what happens anything fried chicken and if it's a combination of different ingredients, avocado sauce, seems to be a big hit. we have a bunch onset today to try for breakfast. [laughter] abby: it's actually fried chicken. cheryl: just to let viewers know, it's basically like eating a soft taco. cheryl: i forgot napkins, eating
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soft taco with fried chicken. [laughter] janice: breakfast, lunch and dinner. we love you taco bell. okay, i'm coming. we give this two thumbs up. heather: where are the margaritas. janice: it's 5:00 a.m. [laughter] abby: that's got a kick. we will be right back. thanks for feeding us. >> cnn is reporting that kim jong un wants to meet with president trump. you know things are crazy when kim jong un says i have to see this for myself. [laughter]
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heather: good morning to you, the sun is not up yet and it is friday and we are saying the weekend is here. you're watching "fox & friends first". i'm heather childers. abby: happy friday, i'm abby huntsman, 30 after the hour and this is where we begin today british prime minister theresa may, first foreign leader to meet with president. heather: one meeting that's not happening is the one with the
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president of méxico amid the battle of who is paying for the border wall. what's the latest on this political tug of war, good morning. >> also disagreement about who broke up with who in this meeting. méxico's president said he canceled the meeting, but at a gathering of republican lawmakers in philadelphia, mr. trump said, it was mutual and explained that if méxico want willing to discuss pay if for wall, the meeting would have been fruitless. we need the wall to secure and protect america. >> the wall is necessary, that's not just politics. and yet it is good for the heart of the nation in a certain way because people want protection and a wall protects, all you have to do is ask israel. >> mr. trump has insist that had one way or another méxico will pay for the wall that ch will cost $12 billion, yesterday the white house said that may happen
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by taxing import from méxico. >> when you look at the plan that's taking shape now using comprehensive tax reform as a means to tax import on countries that we have a trade deficit from like méxico, you tax that 50%, $50 billion at 20% of imports, by doing it that way, we can do $10 billion a year and easily pay for the wall just through that mechanism alone. >> later today president trump will receive first visit from foreign leader from british prime minister theresa may. may told lawmakers that american and british leadership have helped shaped the modern world. >> as you renew your nation just as we renew ours, we have the opportunity, indeed, the responsibility to renew the special relationship for this new age. we have the opportunity to lead together again. >> in renewing the special relationship will include
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potential trade agreements between the u.s. and the uk once brexit is officially completed and around 2019. heather and abby. abby: i was impressed with the speech yesterday. heather: trade issues. one day after signing executive orderers to build the wall the head of border patrol resigns, critics calling it a casualty of president trump's policies but agents on the front line says it is proof that president obama set the agency to fail. jackie ib average's with the look at how politics at the border played out. >> good morning, heather, associated press report that had chief mark morgan was asked to leave but chose to resign rather than fight termination, the white house setting that record straight saying all officers appointed by a proceeding president are asked to present resignations to president but he only took office in october and with no immigration or border patrol experience, critics
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called him unqualified even accusing former president obama of intentionally undermining the force. >> he was appointed as the chief of the border patrol, the first outside chief who wasn't a career border patrol agents and didn't come up in the rank, the first time in a hundred years of that agency's history. in the last year of the obama administration looked like a political move. he was set up for a no-win situation from the beginning. you heard national border patrol council speak out against it publicly. >> the customs and border protection will be going in a new direction and yesterday president trump reinforced the mission. >> it's about time those raws were properly enforced. they are not enforced. [applause] >> a lack of security poses a substantial threat to the sovereignty and safety of the united states of america and its citizens. >> morgan's last day is tuesday
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and a new chief has already been identified, abby, heather. abby: busy, busy, thank you, jackie. president trump show nothing signs of slowing down any time soon after a week in the white house in an exclusive interview he tells our sean hannity, he's term today make good on campaign promises including a major decision even in the next few days, listen. >> you've anoinsed on thursday you will make your supreme court choice announcement. >> yes. >> two questions on that, will it be from the list that you gave out from the campaign? >> the answer is that. >> would it be a originalist? >> i don't want to say that. >> chuck shuimers, other threatening we have never had a supreme court justice filibuster but there's a chance that might happen. >> hey, whatever happens, happens. will be obamacare, i know there are nine separate plans out there. what is crucial for you to have in the plan? >> what's crucial for me for the public to understand that
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obamacare is a disaster. the democrats are saying, it's wonderful. it's a horror show. i think we are going to have a cheaper plan, i think it's going to be a lot less expensive. >> you seem to be enjoying yourself and very focused on all the promises you made in the campaign. is it your intention to keep every promise? >> well, i'm going to keep as many as i can. politics and stuff, sometimes you make a promise and for some reason you can't because you have opposition on the other side that raises the hand to make it impossible. i'm going to keep a lot of them. i kept a lot of them already. everyone is talking about it. we are going to do things that i said we were going to do and we are going to take care a lot of people that were mistreated by government for many, many years and that's really how i won the election in the first place. abby: let's keep talking about pest first full week in office. how do you think it went? weigh in on the facebook page with the #keeptalking. 36 after the hour, an oval
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office overtime, outpacing predecessors in week one, our next guest with a closer look inside the white house. heather: amount of work that he manages to get done and then there's also this, multimillion dollar mansion on the -- what we found inside the house that belonged to the kennedys i discovered a woman my family tree, named marianne gaspard. i became curious where in africa she was from. so i took the ancestry dna test to find out more about my african roots. ancestry really helped me fill in a lot of details. "how to win at business." step one:
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outpaces predecessors working on promises he made during campaign trail b. >> we are going to do things that we said we were going to do and take a lot of people that were mistreated by government for many, many years and that's really how i won the election in the first place. abby: how can he keep up the momentum, kelly joins us now to go inside the white house.
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just in one week, kelly, you see how busy it has been but just the schedule to begin with, if you follow his twitter account, many days well before 6:00 a.m. and go late into the day and at night, i don't know when he sleeps. >> they would like him to sleep a little more. donald trump is ceo and he built his billion-dollar empire by working tirelessly as a ceo. when barack obama was in office he woke up at 7:30, did a work out and got in the oval office around 9:00, donald trump is a very different administration, he's up before dawn and then has things going at the house at 6:00 a.m. and then, you know, melania and barron are in new york so that gives him extra time to work in the evenings as well. we are seeing a very, very bold and aggressive schedule that he's layed out. one of the things he said in the inauguration speech and he only mentioned i three times, i will work restlessly for the american
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people and i will never let you down. and in this first week we have certainly seen him push forward his agenda. heather: yeah, i know he's definitely taking this personally and he wants to be able to keep the promise that is he made to people. let's take another look at the schedule and compare and contrast. we have president trump who gets up well before 6:00 a.m., i know that he and his daughter also, they watch "fox & friends first" and takes meetings late and then you have former president bush who was in the office by 7:00 a.m. and home by 6:00 p.m., president trump he's really used to living where he works because that's what he dade in fact, here in new york city. he works all of the time. >> yeah, this is something that you see in ceo's. with corporate mind set, anybody who is out there in corporate america and any entrepreneur knows that starting your day at
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9:00 o'clock doesn't cut it, doesn't cut the muster and donald trump understands that, he's use today working from the same space he lives in. i think this is a very -- i think this is a very good environment for him to get stuff done. abby: the question is how do you keep the crazy schedule and how do you start delivering on all the proms because people see the us busy schedule. now they want to start seeing results, right, kelly? >> donald trump is one who gets energy off of other people. we see him talk to labor unions this week, so many ceo's addressing the crowds in philadelphia, the gop in philadelphia yesterday and one of the things he said, you guys, you've been all talk, no action and now we need to deliver and he know that is he needs to deliver and the art of the deal, he said, you know, you can only cut people if so long and then you expect to see results. i think he knows he's going to be held, deliver those results
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and he's aggressive be pushing through in the agenda and we will see that in the next four years. heather: if you haven't read the art of the deal,i recently reread it because that will give you insight on how he plans to run the administration. one of the other thicks he said in there and i'm paraphrasing, he actually talked about not having that many meetings plan or so much structure to kind of leave your door open because that's the way to succeed as entrepreneur to kind of be open to whatever is going to happen that day. >> yeah, accepting the meetings and accepting who is walking in. he spent an hour and a half of his time, more than any other previous president including barack obama who was supposed to be a labor advocate and you can see the main focus is jobs, bringing back, you know, jobs to the rust belt and one of the ways he's going to do that is working through the labor -- with the labor unions, they were excited when they left that office, it was something -- kind of something to see from a gop president, but it's really going
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to shape this party in a new direction, focus on the middle class working class average everyday americans. abby: lights are always on at 6:00 a.m., so it's busy there. heather: getting people back to work. abby: everyone is talking to steve about what is going on with the president of méxico, is the meeting going to happen, are they going to pay for the wall, are they not? you guys have great guests today. steve: we do. anyway, we are following that story and all the immigration news from the trump white house. we have full analysis on the border wall from kellyanne conway. she is going to be joining us live, geraldo rivera, we have exclusive interview with miami-dade mayor carlos gym eendz after they announced they would no longer be a sanctuary
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city. look at that. he was inaugurated a week ago and miami-dade is saying, you know what, we are done being a sanctuary city, we want the federal money. heather: i would be interested what he has to say about mayors to keep them in place. steve: well, more money for him. heather: we will be right back, stay with us
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abby: massive drug bust at the summer home in cape cod, investigators arresting three people for using the kennedy home as a drug den, baring drugs along a nearby beach. police seizing more than 40,000
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of fentanyl without the family knowing. heather: exclusive interview with sean hannity, the president blast nbc, one of its writers with your just suspended for a tweet saying 10-year-old barron would become the country's first home school shooter. >> for them to attack -- nbc to attack my 10-year-old son -- heather: calling her disgusting about blowing up the white house. >> yes, i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. >> she's disgusting. i think she hurt hurst very badly. i thought what she was was disgraceful to our country. >> her comments were taken widely out of context. i'm not sure how you can take
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that out of context. this morning judge is ripping into the last for the lack of respect for the first family. >> it's about the respect for the first family in the country, the first lady calling ignorant, donald trump being likened to hitler and the devil and madana muising about blowing up the white house, what you've got are people who insult people's minds with social media and all of their ability to get information out, they are listening to these themselves who are following that say they make a lot of sense. it was outrageous. abby: every dog has a purpose, one devoted dog story is coming to the big screen. >> i could tell my time with ethan was coming to an end and then it happened. i was back.
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>> good girl. >> i had a new purpose. heather: fox news contributor kevin mccarthy joins us now with his review. kevin, i can't watch the trailer without getting tears in my eyes. abby: i was bawling. michael said, you can't go to this movie. heather: i can't. >> if you want to see a grown man ugly cry put me in front of marly and me i will be crying beyond belief. movies with dogs get me every single time. i was extremely disappointing but the video is hard to watch, i watched it with my wife and we have a rescued dog and dogs are everything to us, we love dogs so much but the video was hard to watch, when you get in the scene where the german shepherd is in the water, it's hard not to think about that video, that aside, the movie itself, great
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story. the idea behind the film is the k-9 spirit continue to go live multiple lifetimes in different dog's bodies, the downside of that, unfortunately you have to watch a couple of dogs pass away throughout the film and that to me was very, very hard. my wife and i were like crying throughout a lot of this film. when you dog watch characters in movie, for me at least, i have hard time watching animal characters getting hurt than humans. dogs are so defenseless. overall the film does work. i love the love story throughout . i gave it a 3.5 out of 5. i don't know how many people are going to be able to separate the video from the movie itself. 3.5 out of 5 for film making purposes. i thought it was pretty solid.
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heather: i had my dog for 16 and a half years and it was difficult. abby: you know how i feel about my gold retriever. >> i knew that -- the movies do have a big audience. the first five made $1 billion at the box office. if you're a man of these movies, it's just zombies in action. that that's really all it is. it's all action. the plot is stupid, the dialing is stupid but overall it's a mindless fun action movie. i gave it 3 out of 5. i paid $20 and 49 cents to see it in imax 3d and waste of money in the format, see it in 2d. a good throwback from the first one in 2002.
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i gave it a 3, a c. abby: two completely opposite films to see this weekend. [laughter] heather: wow. >> by the way, how is that chicken chalupa. it was the greatest thing ever? wasn't that awesome? heather: big after quick, make sure you have water or soda. abby: did you like it? >> i had it last night the fried chicken chalupa. my wife went to taco bell here in virginia. they're a little bit expensive, i will say that. i thought it was very well done. heather: $5 each but this coming for someone who paid 20 bucks for a movie ticket. >> expensive date night last night. taco bell and movies. abby: true love, kevin. [laughter] heather: thank you so much, kevin. have a great one. >> you too.
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heather: time now 6 from the top of the hour. burger king bust. abby: mcdonalds to taco to burger king. you won't believe what ordering crispy french fries will cost you, that's coming up
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heather: ask for extra crispy. abby: "fox & friends" starts right now. have a good friday. >> unless mexico is going to treat the united states with respect, such a meeting would be fruitless. the wall is necessary. that's not just politics. people want protection. and a wall protects. all have you to do is ask israel. >> $50 billion at 20% of imports we can do $10 billion a year and easily pay for the wall. >> there is a consistently negative tone so far in covering president trump. >> much of the media, not awful it, is very, very dishonest. they are the liars. >> word of president reagan as the sleeping giant serves so let us renew the relationship that can lead the world. >> we are going to have extreme vetting for people coming in to our country. >> we are fighting sneaky

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