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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 rats
right now that are sick and demented and we are going to win. ♪ jump ♪ ♪ might as well jump. >> it's eddie va van halen singing out loud for us. at the. brian: i like to verbally jump. riff. ainsley: you are just being lazy. you want to sit right there on the curvey couch. brian: every time i write down i know what we're going to done 00 show today. nine other stories develop last night. why am i sleeping. steve: let's jump to the other story. first the wall. donald trump, the president of the united states, signed that executive order starting the process of building the wall saying mexico would pay. the mexican president said, you know what? mexico is not going to pay. trump said if mexico is not going to pay don't even bother coming. the mexican president said okay we're not going to coming. donald trump said well, it was
mutual. so, they're not going to come but we're still going to build that wall. ainsley: sean hannity went to the white house yesterday. he sat down with the president. this is what the president said about building that wall. >> the wall is necessary. that's not just politics. yet it is good for the heart of the nation in a certain way because people want protection. and a wall protects. it's 99% stoppage. a proper wall. not a wall that's this high like they have now. they have little toy walls. i don't know why they even wasted their time. if you ever saw where they built the ramp over the wall. i don't know why they built a ramp. it's cheaper to knock it over. brian: there are some areas that aren't as sturdy as others. i don't know if you could characterize them as toy wall. steve: they are not like the trump wall. brian: 12 and $15 billion. president nieto of mexico.
>> 12 to $15 billion. so we intend to address the wall issue ourselves. the president can deal his relations with other countries. and on that issue and other issues. brian: there is also money in the stream from when george bush got the money to build the fence. there is still money to be had had there. what i think is good in tandem with this. he also went ahead and rotated out the head of border patrol. he got hired a few months ago. he wasn't getting along with the union. the union voted for donald trump and the theory is we're going to make a change. he got four people out of the state department. the pace in which things are happening to enoocket president trump's agenda is surprising to me because is he new to this political thing. ainsley: is he saying he is going to get mexic mexico to par it i said how are you going to do it he said we will get congress. eventually mexico will pay us back. sean spicer said you were mentioning the imports.
we can tax imports. 160 countries do this and we don't do that. if we tax the imports coming in from mexico which is $5 billion of imports every year that will be 1 billion-dollar that the country will make. he said we'll pay for the wall in no time. steve: plenty of money. this is one of the things being considered. sounds like a tariff. this is something the republicans in congress have been talking about for the adjusted business tax on imports. the tax isn't to imports at a higher rate. it's to tax imports at the same rate as domestic products. ainsley: when he ran i was like how are they going to get mexico to do this. that sounds like a pipe dream. steve: they're going to get the money. brian brian problem mexicans coming over there they actually decreased the numbers. that might be true. it's the central americans and south americans going through mexico. they are allowing it. steve: that's a problem, too. brian: get to the border mexico says it's not my problem anymore. he said you stop it at your southern border and we won't
have a problem at our southern border. ainsley: not only worried about the drugs that come over from mexico but the not getting vet you had. sean asked him about that what about extreme vetting and isis. steve: refugees. ainsley: do you know what he called isis? rats. listen to this. >> going to have extreme vetting. we're going to have extreme vetting for people coming in to our country and if we think there's a problem, it's not going to be so easy for people to come in anymore. we have evil tha lurks around te corner with uniforms. ours is harder. because the people we are going against. they don't wear uniforms. they are sneaky dirty rats. and they blow people up in a shopping center. and they blow people up in a church. these are bad people. when you are fighting germany and they had their uniforms and japan and they had their uniforms and they had their flags on the plane and the whole thing. we are fighting sneaky rats
right now. that are sick and commented. and we're going to win. brian: evidently he went into the pentagon and said guys have you 30 day tofs get me a plan to amp it up against isis. 30 days because i don't like what we're doing right now. hopefully he will get that plan back as general mattis heads out to asia. although they have to get other people in place. what also was interesting when he talked to david muir the day before and he said aren't you afraid with this aggressive attitude towards islamic extremist they are going to get angry? he said you are sophisticated guy they are really angry. how do we get these people angrier. it's not possible. steve: is he really the top news guy. isis wants to kill all of us i speaking of mr. muir, he is mainstream media it has been seven days since donald trump was sworn in as president of the united states. you know what? every corner of the mainstream media has tried to make him look bad, call him a liar in
many cases which they never did with the previous president. talk about crowd size and voter ids, all sorts of things. here is the president talking with sean about how dishonest certain members of the media are. >> these are very hostile people. these are very angry people. they are very dishonest people. the media is very dishonest. i have say it openly. have you some very dishonest ones. but i get stories that are so false and so dishonest. >> martin luther king's bust? >> yeah. they said martin luther king's bust was taken out of the oval office by me. >> it's there. >> see, that's a very serious charge. they are not saying the bust is taken out. what they're saying is i'm a reyes. that's what they are saying. that's a very serious charge. steve: it is. it's explosive. that's the insinuation. ainsley: trying to get him left and right every day. brian: meanwhile, steve bannon went to talk to the "new york times." he almost said nothing. you know he was the president of the breitbart and he was a
military back ground and goldman sachs guy. he has a wealth of experience. he and donald trump have been on the
same day with this. and he was very aggressive yesterday. he says this. the media should be embarrassed and humiliated and keep its mouth shut and just listen for a while. the media here is the on silings party. they will don't understand this country. they still do not understand why donald trump is the president of the united states. and i think one of the most blatant examples and frustrations i would think is an administration that is meeting with ce ohs and union leaders at the same time trying to amp up the economy, get it over 2%, and do something that is very rarely done. reward the people that rewarded them with the victory. that's the blue collar worker. they do not write about that story. steve: here's the context. what he was saying and he told the "new york times," hey, make sure you print. this essentially what he is saying, you guys, members of the media do not understand the people who voted for donald trump. why people voted for donald trump.
essentially what he is saying is do less talking and more listening and then you will be better at your job. ainsley: all have you to do is get on an airplane and get flyover states and counsel in the south. totally different atmosphere than l.a. and new york. these two cities don't understand the rest of the country. brian: everyone wants to jump on steve bannon and donald trump for being tough on the media back in 2009 where anita dunn, the white house communications director said. this and i will read it. we're going to treat them, meaning the media, the way we would treat an opponent. ainsley: meaning fox news. steve: talking about fox news here. brian: undertaking a war against barack obama and white house. we don't need to pretend that this is the way legitimate news organizations behave. steve. >> steve: bannon said opposition party. there she was talking about the opposition as well. my oh my. i don't remember that story getting covered. ainsley: we're number one. thank you to the viewers. brian: wherever she is. steve: she is still in washington. brian: i will look for her next time we are there.
ainsley: send it over to he heather who has headlines. heather: happy friday. glawfd it's friday today. something big going on in washington, d.c. today. mike pence will make history as the highest elected official to ever speak at the march for life rally that is a pro-life event in washington, d.c. he tweeted this about it. quote: honor to meet with pro-life leaders in my office tonight. i just told them i look forward to address egged national march for life on friday. presidential advisor kellyanne conway will also join him. in addition to tens of thousands of marchers. kellyanne will join us at 7:30 a.m. eastern time to talk about that big event. well, president trump set to talk with president putin. according to the kremlin the two leaders will talk on the phone tomorrow. president trump vow obligor to have better relations with the russian president than the obama administration did. he is prepared to reviewpoint sanctions on russia over 2014 annexation of ukraine's crimea peninsula.
breaking overnight, flames shooting out of the roof of a major hotel in florida. terrifying. can you see that smoke as it starts to billow out of the tampa, marriott water side hotel. 40sing all of the guests to evacuate that tower. rescue crews saying the fire was sparked during construction on the roof. they were able to put it out quickly. luckily, no one was hurt but certainly frightening. then a massive drug bust at the shriver family summer home in cape cod in massachusetts. take a look at some of this video enforcement investigators arresting three people for using the extended kennedy family mansion as a drug den. steve: what? heather: suspects gaining access to that home through property manager who helped look out after the place. they bought drugs and buried them on a beach nearby. how bizarre is that? police announcing that they seized more than $40,000 worth of fentanyl. it was found hidden around the home without the shriver family even knowing. brian: that's one of the main reasons i don't have a compound. i don't want people dealing
drugs out of it. heather: isn't that crazy you own a home someone manages it for you and you allegedly let's these guys in. ainsley: kennedys and shifers were not affiliated with it. steve: man o man. brian: got to do extreme vetting on property managers. heather: third world problems. brian: meanwhile, he said it would happen. >> we're going to build the wall. don't worry. who is going to pay for the wall. who is going to pay? >> mexico. >> i didn't hear you. who is going to pay? >> mexico. >> you better believe it. brian: could that be a relates. the obama appointed border patrol chief is stepping down. what does that say about the policies of the past? ainsley: he is not the only person leaving. there was a mass exodus at the state department. so should trump supporters be celebrating the latest move to drain the swamp? steve: it's draining. ♪ i'm so excited ♪ and i just can't hide it
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begin the border wall, border patrol chief mark morgan wound up resigning from his position. but did his appointment in the first place say more about president trump's feelings about the border than anything else? for more we turn to national association border patrol officers board member david ward who joins us today from seattle. david, good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: all right. as is customary, when there is an incoming administration you ask for everybody always puts their resignation on the boss' desk. he accepts some of them. he took this guys. you say this is a good thing for america because you didn't like this guy to start with. why? >> it's not so much that i didn't like the guy. in the 93-year history of the border patrol, this is the first individual who had absolutely no border patrol experience in any of the rank and file to make it to the position of the chief of the border patrol. he weighs fbi agent and i'm sure he was an expert with the fbi but not with the border patrol. steve: sure. >> have you an individual that had no back ground in the
border patrol taking over an agency it's absolutely demoralizing to the agents out in the field as to an individual trying to manage something he has no knowledge of. steve: sure. david, have you got to admit though as we take a look at the wall, one of the proposals that -- one of the walls that had been built and donald trump wants to announce he wants to build it, this guy, it's an open question whether or not he would have been 100 percent on board with what the president would be doing. but politically, what was he, as the head of the border patrol telling his rank and file to do regarding, for instance, illegals in this country wanted by ice? >> basically it was catch and release. now that this is changing, along with gill, actually his boss, he was the commissioner of the customs and border patrol, was also resigned. he was absolutely against the border fence. and here is an individual that was running the agency that's supposed to protect the security of the united states. and the thing that most people
don't know, he was the chief of police of a sanctuary city before he came over to the department of home land security. steve: interesting stuff. so had he stayed in place but he wouldn't have, he probably wouldn't be crazy about the wall, right? >> absolutely not. i'm sure he would have fought it tooth and nail because he actually came out and made a statement he was against the wall. he said it was a waste of time and money. steve: well, the wall is coming. donald trump has made it very clear. congress is going to build it and we have heard that mexico is going to pay for it. you're okay with that right? >> well, absolutely. and they do have a deputy chief that's just underneath mr. morgan that has all this experience and why carla was not put in the position of chief of the border patrol is beyond me. she had that experience. steve: political stuff we don't know about. david, thank you for joining us from seattle today, sir. >> you're quite welcome. steve: latest move to protect
the city from illegals is getting president trump's attention. the hand who made that move is live coming up on "fox & friends" shortly. send ago message to our nation's hero, america first. next up retired army major smiley and wife tiffany on whyit they support the commander-in-chief. soon learned that one of our ancestors was eastern european. this is my ancestor who i didn't know about. our powerful relief now in pill form. it's the one and only cold & flu caplet that has a maximum strength formula with a unique warming sensation you instantly feel. power through with theraflu expressmax caplets.
and some government officials so upset about the swamp training they are literalfully tears. e.p.a. staffers seen crying at the agency headquarters still having trouble coming to terms with the trump administration's intent to loosen environmental regulations. ips ainsley, the floor is yours. ainsley: thank you, brian. the republicans have dessended on the city of brotherly love for the annual g.o.p. retreat. always on their minds, of course, our nation's veterans. >> rebuild our military and take care of our great veterans. [ applause ] >> we're working hard with the veterans. we are going to do something very special with the veterans. it's time. ainsley: our next guest will be speaking at the three-day retreat and they're speaking actually at 8:00 this morning. they hope the story will showcase why it's so important to support those who have served our great country. scottie smiley lost his eyesight in suicide bombing in 2005. he and his wife tiffany are now motivational speakers and the authors of the book called
hope unseen. thank you so much, both of you for being with us. and major smiley, thank you for your sacrifice, both of you actually for your sacrifice. >> thank you. >> good morning. ainsley: we appreciate you being here. tell us first what happened in 2005 in iraq. >> i was given a mission to find a suicide car bomb and they had been hitting our unit almost every day. and fell upon a vehicle suspicious. rules of engagement. you know, you can't just shoot someone because you are scared. cordoned him off. the last thing i remember seeing is a man raised his hands in the air and, you know, instantaneous blindness. i woke up about a week later at walter reed medical center blind the rest of my life. that's really when my journey began. ainsley: wow. tiffany, you guys have been through so much. we all thank you here at fox news. >> thank you. ainsley: i'm sure can i speak for the rest of the country. how many children do you have. i saw the picture with the baby. >> we have three boys. i count scottie, too. >> of course.
ainsley: most of us do that are married. so how have you used this challenging situation to help others? >> yes. well, our veteran and military community are so resilient. i think they are the most resilient people in america. it was that community that supported us. we have friends and, you know, family that have gone through the last decade. it's been a hard decade. but just working together, supporting each other. workings as a team to overcome these obstacles that face our way. and, you know, it is time, like trump said, you know, president trump said, it is time to put the veterans first. they serve our country. and they have been in the bottom of the block for far too long. it's time to make real change and change the real issues that are affecting us. you know, service members shouldn't have to -- their sacrifice shouldn't have to continue once they come back from their service. ainsley: you're right. major smiley, what's your message today? y'all are speaking at 8:00
this morning to these leaders that are going to be in charge of the country for the next four years. what's your message to them? >> work as a team. tiffany kind of highlighted. this the things that i have been able to accomplish and we were able to accomplish was not due to our ownselves. it was the team that sur rowrchedded us, the men and women and our faith. we're both christians and it's that belief and team work that's enabled to us accomplish what we have set fourth degree. i hope the leaders of our country, the legislative branch hears and works as a team bipartisan to not just help veterans but continue to make america the best country in the world. i have think we have great leaders and i know they are going to do the job and do it correctly. >> there has been so many times people told scottie you are not going to be able to do this or you can't do this. and i think it's a picture of no, you can do this. you know, scottie has accomplished so many things together. we're not doing it for ourselves. we are doing it for others. part of scotty's message iron
man's journey and why he is doing it is he not doing it for himself. sending a message for all of those that have served to be an inspiration and to make our world a better place because of what everyone else has done for us. ainsley: well, y'all are an amazing couple. i'm impressed have you done the iron man competition. you are investment banker, committeeexcuse me and you are motivational speakers. thank you so much for what you have done for this country. >> appreciate it. god bless. ainsley: thank you. you too. the no longer the sanctuary city. the mayor of miami dade is live only on "fox & friends." and we told you about the secret service agent who said she wouldn't take a bullet for president trump. well, this morning, a big update about her future. ♪ because you had to be a big shot, did ya ♪ you had to open up your mouth
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ask your hep c specialist if harvoni is right for you. ♪ ♪ ainsley: president trump cracked down on sanctuary cities seems to be working already. steve: in a move his office called a no-brainer, the mayor of miami-dade florida ordered jails in his jurisdiction to comply with federal immigration detention requests. this after president trump said he would cut off millions in federal funding to sanctuary cities. brian: joining us now the mayor of miami-dade, is he up early for us in florida. carlos gimenez. mr. mayor, thanks for joining us. we appreciate it. >> it's my pleasure. so president trump makes that announcement about sanctuary cities and he spars with the mayor of new york city and the mayor of chicago. how did you take his push to
crack down on sanctuary cities? >> we have been under this watch since the obama administration. about six months ago they published a report stating that there was a resolution that we had passed down here in miami-dade that asked for reimbursement for the federal government whenever they had a detention request and they didn't document that they were going to reimburse us then we would hold our prisoners as long as we would normally hold them and then release them. that was a policy -- we were always honoring detention requests from the federal government until 2014. it was all due to the fact that they had racked half a million dollars in unpaid goils miami-dade county. so, for me, this thing started actually with the obama administration and they also said that they may withhold federal funds. we were trying to work this thing out with them. but when the president issued his executive order, he just put an exclamation point for me on that issue. it really isn't -- it really
was a no-brainer. it's a $52,000 a year issue for miami-dade. we now will go back to our 2014 policy that we'll honor the detention requests regardless of the fact if their government says they will pay for it. steve: our tweeter in chief, president trump, after you made that announcement tweeted this out. miami-dade mayor drops sanctuary policy. right decision. strong. mayor, what's your message to as brian mentioned the mayor of new york who said, you know, we are not going to budge. the mayor of l.a., or the mayor of any of the other sanctuary cities across the country? what's your message regarding they should do what the federal government says if you want their money? >> well, look, my message is this. the message of miami-dade county has been we are not a sanctuary city. we never have been a sanctuary city. we provide the federal government with information whenever we arrest somebody here who is an illegal immigrant. we don't arrest people for being illegal immigrants. we arrest people for doing some kind of either
misdemeanor or a crime and they go through our system. once they are in our system, anybody who is in our system, we provide that information to the federal government. and when the federal government wants us to detain somebody, we will do so. the normal course of business, our officers, nothing has changed today from what it was yesterday. our officers are here to enforce the laws of the united states. steve: sure. >> and the state and us. but we are not immigration officers. we don't intend to be immigration officers. okay? but in terms -- yeah. steve: pardon the incident interruption. it was probably great getting the props in the form of tweets from the president. >> it was fine. but my message is for me and i know for our commissioners is that we took an oath when we took office that we would defend and protect the constitutional laws of the united states, the state of florida and miami-dade florida. that's what we do here in miami-dade. apes whans are the constituents doing?
are they in support of this? >> i think some constituents actually are overreacting to what we're doing. we're basically going back to 2014. we will honor the requests of the federal government for detain illegal immigrant in our custody regardless of what e fact that they will pay for it or not. i still believe it is the government's responsibility. that's a federal responsibility. and they should reimburse miami-dade for the cost that we endure when we detain their prisoners. outside of that that's really what's going on because i think they misinterpreted a lot of what we did down here in miami-dade. brian: we don't know. you could get reimbursed donald trump hasn't expanded on that policy. steve: mayor gimenez thanks for joining us brian brian he is a morning guy. look how wide awake he is. steve: everybody on tv right now is a morning person, i have to say. including heather nauert. heather: we are all morning
people now. ainsley: if you weren't when you stuarted the job you are now. heather: good morning, everybody. hope you are off to a great friday. the secret service agent who suggested on social media that she would not take a bullet for president trump could now be in some serious legal trouble today. kerry o'grady is her name. if you recall the story she wrote that facebook post quote i would take jail time over a bullet or endorsement for what i believe to be a disaster to this country. the secret service now launching an investigation claiming that she may have violated the hatch act. now that bans some federal employ grease participating in political activities. o'grady could also be forced to resign. we will follow that story. president trump's claims about voter fraud getting some support this morning. >> what's going on with voter fraud is horrible. you have people that are registered who are dead, who are illegal, who are in two states. ainsley: scientist says hillary clinton got more than $800,000 from noncitizens.
his research is based on national polls. he says the findings are significant because it means that noncitizens may have helped clinton carry a state. heather: capitocapitolchilis cae the heat from advocates. the corporate headquarters now pulling the plug on a program to donate a poirgs of the value of its meal sales to planned parenthood after a major backlash unfolded online. customers after the franchises in kentucky and indiana were distributes these vouchers take a close look. it allowed people to donate 15% of the value of their meal to those clinics which, by the way, perform abortions as well as other things. well the golden state taking steps to be the first in the nation to add a new gender option on its drivers licenses. this is what a california drivers license looks like today. and this is what it could soon look like if lawmakers get their way. democrats pushing for a third
gender neutral option, an all-state issued i.d. no, brian, north kidding. sex tbd to be determined. they say it will make it easier for transjornd people to be identified. critics say adding a third option would hamper the governments ability to identities and back ground. we want to know what do you think about this? write to us. steve: tbd. heather: to be determined. steve: heather, thank you. brian: maybe you could prethink before you go to the bureau of motor vehicle whether you are a man or woman. steve: she has the "foxcast" right now live from the streets of new york. janice: guess what it's friday. it's friday. we need to bring back friday dance parties. ainsley: yes. steve: when did we have friday dance parties? ♪ [disco music] steve: a lot of people don't realize, janice we actually do on fridays have a cash bar in the back room.
brian: no, just her. janice: i know that i have tipped the bartender. take a look at your maps and then we will dance a little later. okay. i'm out of breath now. these dance parties need to come back and i need to get in shape. across the west. that's where we have the cooler temperature. we are not talking about craze artic air. it's winter outside. look at the radar. this is the first time in a long time where we haven't dealt with big storm system coming out of the west or the midwest or the northeast. we do have lake-effect snow across erie and ontario. that's going to pile up this weekend 6 to 12 inches for them. and there is a look at how much snow you can expect. i mean, this is what they deal with, unfortunately, if you look down wind of erie and ontario. we have the return of the santa ana winds up to 70 miles per hour. otherwise, this is a good-looking map. this map deserves a dance party. janice: back to you. janice: oh, yes. steve: she is not going to do any talking now because she is already out of wind. ainsley: she is pretty good.
steve: she is very good. brian: very good idea. steve: i had no idea we had a bartender. brian: i had no idea we had that kind of music in our library. ainsley: with have to go way back. brian: the first foreign leader to visit the trump white house. find out why president trump and theresa may british prime minister are being compared to ronald reagan and margaret thatcher. steve: the iron lady. plus, it may look an awful lot like the netflix app. but it's actually not netflix. it's a perfect tool for internet peeping toms. kurt, the cyber guy is here to tell you how to spot it and if it's on your device because you don't want it. ainsley: they could be listening to your conversation right now. steve: they could be watching you. ♪ they're watching you ♪ private eyes.
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standing ovations at the g.o.p. retreat yesterday. british prime minister theresa may heads to the white house today to meet with president trump. many are hoping the meeting will revive the strong british-u.s. relationship established during the reagan thatcher era. so what can we expect at this anticipated meeting? anything substantial? let's ask steve hilton, is he a fox news contributor and former director of strategy for prime minister david cameron who just had that job a short time ago. you say, steve, that there has been obsession really since reagan-thatcher of british leaders being best friends with american leaders. what is the importance from the u.k. perspective? >> well, from the u.k. perspective, brian, there has been this obsession. they have always worried whether the prime ministers have always worried whether they are close enough to the u.s. president, whether their relationship is strong enough. does the u.s. president really take us seriously. now, under obama the relationship really wasn't special. he preferred dealing with the eu.
and if you remember during the brexit campaign he famously said that if britain left the eu it would be at the back of the line for a trade deal. now, right now, if you look at what's the situation with trump and may it feels like it's getting off to a really strong start. that speech made yesterday at the g.o.p. retreat is really strong. i think in terms of character, there really good chance they are going to get along great. one of my favorite things that happened in british politics last year was after the brexit vote when cammeron resigned and there was a contest for leadership of the conservative party, one of the ministers who was actually in thatcher's cabinet and also in cammeron's cabinet was caught on a hot mike talking to one of the other exministers and he said the thing about theresa may is that she is a bloody difficult woman. but we know what that's like because we worked with margaret thatcher. theresa may actually turned that around and said as we are leaving the eu and negotiating our way out britain needs a
bloody difficult woman. brian: right. >> the thing is her character is one that really reflects that she is very hard-working, pays a lot of attention to detail and she veally tough. i have think that's going to appeal to donald trump. brian: donald trump is somebody, more than most people i have ever met, that wants something done. is he interested in fostering a relationship, final. but, could he walk out of here and could theresa may walk out of this meeting with the fundamentals towards a bilateral trade agreement separate from the eu even though they say wait two years before you are allowed to do that britain, because we are in the middle of breaking up. >> well, that's the really big question. now, if you look at trump and what he said, the president, it seems to me, is really keen to get on with it. and that's great. great for america and great for britain. as he said, the eu rules actually say that a country that wants to leave the eu can't even start negotiating trade deals on their own until they have actually left. that's at least two years away. now, remember, those rules were written at a time when
the people at the ei, they never imagined that a country would have the at the merit to actually leave and actually they are designed to punish countries that leave. so that they don't set an example for other countries. so 50's the president you know what i would say to theresa may, you know what, ignore those stupid rules and eu bureaucrats. let's make a great deal and get on with it. what are they going to do about it. brian: all i can tell you if he does say something like that. let's forget about them. major a great deal it will be the best deal ever and eleven love it fantastic. look forward to seeing your show on the weekends when you roll it out. >> great to see you, brian. brian: big question is will you wear a tie and that will be interesting. 11 minutes before the top of the hour. president trump is set to talk to president putin this weekend but should he be talking to president putin this weekend? many in the media already criticizing the conversation that hasn't even happened yet. we will talk to trump senior advisor kellyanne conway about that. and, private eyes could be
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steve: with over 93 million subscribers it's no wonder netflix is one of the mease popular streaming services. users love the facts that they can stream their favorite programs on the netflix app. on your device. brian: but now a fake version of that app. is making the rounds allowing hackers to take over phones and even spy on the user. ainsley: that's pretty scary. kurt the cyberguy is here with
what you need to know. >> how did it happen is really the question. good morning. ainsley: good morning. >> we're talking about if you have got an iphone, i pod or apple device you are safe from this. if you have android or know somebody who has one wake them up. there is a huge security flaw that's been found not in threat the netflix but netflix looking app. that is completely fake that is taking over your device. steve: was it the store and people downloaded it. >> that's a great question. you will know if you got it from anywhere but the store. the only way -- so if you got it from google play or you got your app. from the, you know, app. store from apple, you're fine. if you linked from an email. if you linked -- these a bad, bad thing. so what this does though, it opens up your microphone, your camera. it also gives access to contacts database and all your text messages in and out. and this is now to a hacker who is posing as if they are netflix and it's not netflix at all. one way you'll know if you got
this is when you launch it on your android device, it will disappear for a moment. and you will go wait, i thought i just downloaded it you goal to prompt it again, that's a little hint to you that you might have been tricked into. this and i'm talking about thousands upon thousands of people. steve: how do you get rid of it. >> you delete it for one to just stop it but it's got something that's been installed in the back ground. you have to jump through some security software likely at that point. i will give you instructions online. but also making news this morning very, very interesting. so facebook has come out with their key, right, to make it a lot more interesting and secure to get on. you don't have to deal with so many pass words. that's interesting but facebook also is launching and why ireland, i don't know, a new feature that's a lot like instagram that has photos. do you know how you can take and make funny faces that you have on snapchat now they are doing that with what's called facebook stories starting in ireland only and hopefully mailing it here to the u.s. i saw it briefly appear on my facebook here in the states
but then it went away. brian: they see something successful and they try to. >> they are all co copying one another. they want to go after it gain our eyeballs and gain our loyalty. ainsley: back to the pervert story, can investigators find out who is doing this and arrest them? >> the problem with -- hats off to descaler a security firm that spotted this. they supposed toed it. you never track these people down. when is the last time you heard of some arrest happening. just so rare. steve: people are going to want to know how to get rid of it from your android device. go to email@example.com and kurt will give you. >> i will. i will. steve: have a good weekend. brian: coming up straight ahead. president trump is set to talk to president vladimir putin putin this weekend. should he be doing that. ible in the media criticizing that should they be doing that? we he will talk to trump
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serves, so let us renew the relationship that can lead the world. >> we're going to have extreme vetting for people coming in to our country. >> we are fighting sneaky rats right now that are sick and demented and we're going to win. ♪ i want to rock and roll all night ♪ and party every day. steve: wake up, america. this is your 7:00 wake-up call live from new york city. it's the world's number one cable news show. ainsley: isn't that the best shot? you can see fox news. the american flag, sixth avenue which is called avenues of the americas and it leads into central park. steve: fantastic. take a carriage ride about 8:00 and charge 800 bucks. brian: we had a great start between the montage and shot selection outside. and if we don't screw it up, this might be the best hour we have ever done on television. ainsley: really? i'm looking forward to it, ever.
brian: let's talk a little about illegal i will great lakes. president trump made it priority on the stump. he has made it now that he has been at work for at least a week. and when he talks about building the wall yesterday, he ticked off the head of mexico, special when it came to paying for it here he is. >> the wall is necessary e it's not just politics, and, yet, it is good for the heart of the nation in a certain way because people wants protection. a wall protects. all have you to do is ask israel. they were having a total disaster coming across. now they have a wall. it's 99.9% stoppage. a proper wall. not a wall that is this high right now. they have little toy walls. i don't know why they even wasted their time. if you ever saw why they built a ramp. i don't know why they built a ramp it's cheaper to knock it over. steve: they do look flimsy at times. here is what happened in the last week. people are starting to realize donald trump for all of the things he has said on the campaign trail actually is
trying to follow through on it. and he has wound up with support in congress. he is going to build that wall. and so when he said, you know, he signed the executive order a couple of days ago that said we're going to build the wall and figure out how to bay for it later but mexico will pay for it. he said if mexico doesn't want to pay for it maybe pena should wind up not coming then the president of mexico says i'm not going to come he said it's a mutual thing. ainsley: trump tweeted out yesterday he said if mexico is unwilling to pay for the badly needed wall, then it would be better to cancel the upcoming meeting. pena yesterday morning was saying i might not come. trump is like final don't come. tweets out the meeting is cancelled. brian: feeling is mutual. mexico said it was my decision not to go. me and my 12% approval rating. i broke up with you. no, you broke up with me. steve: president of mexico realized wait a minute, donald trump is serious about this
mexican wall thing that he has been talking about to show you the impact of what has happened yesterday the dollar was up significantly and the peso was down because the world is realizing donald trump is going to build that wall and one way or another, and maybe it will be as sean spicer suggested a 20% tax. really that's something that the republicans have been talking about in congress. we're going to get the money back one way or another. brian: it's going to cost us about $14 billion to build. he wants to start on it. steve: which is not that much money. brian: considering how much we have individually. steve: think of this the bridge they are building 30 miles north of us, is about $4 billion. so, really it's just three bridges. ainsley: okay. he says we can pay for the wall quickly. sean spicer, i thought it was interesting, most of you was don't know that 160 countries around the world charge imports. we'll don't. we alowe countries to send their splice here and use their splice and don't tax them anything. he says if we tax them 20% the
wall will be build in no time flat. steve: one of the things being considered. brian: as far as trading partners they are third most important for our country certainly means a lot. he didn't stop there he left of center went ahead and said i know one thing we're going to do for sure. when border patrol got behind me i talked to them and found out what they need to do leadership. they never understood why the leader that was chosen in october under president obama was chosen without any border experience. in fact, david ward joins us earlier and talked about this dismissal that took place yesterday e. >> in the 93-year history of the border patrol, this is the first individual that had absolutely no border patrol experience in any of the rank and file to make it to the position of chief of the border patrol. he was an fbi agent and was -- i'm sure he was an expert with the fbi but not with the border patrol. when you have an individual that had no background in the border patrol taking over an agency, it's absolutely demoralizing to the agents out in the field as to an individual trying to manage
something he has no knowledge of. steve: but he was there because he would follow through on what president obama wanted, which was essentially catch and release. if border patrol agents caught somebody wanted by ice, you know what? just get out of here. ainsley: can you believe that? just say that out loud. that's sounds crazy. steve: it's the law of the land and, yet, the chief officer for this country, the president of the united states was saying let's not enforce the law. you know what? with this guy and keep in mind this guy is leaving border patrol because as is the case, when you are politically appointed to something, at the conclusion of the administration, which just ended a week ago, everybody puts in their resignation. trump said i'm going to take that guy. four people at the state department said you know what? including patrick kennedy who, remember, he was the guy benghazi who reduced the security force in tripoli from 34 to 6. he also was involved in the coverup republicans say, and the refusal to turn over hillary's stuff, he and three others are gone. so it looks like one way or
the other the swamp is. ainsley: the swamp is starting to drain? steve: sure. ainsley: they can stick in that position. brian: four are gone. without rex tillerson there, tillerson will get a chance -- technically he has no diplomatic experience. get a chance to put his own people in charge. what it sounds to me this is a new government. there is not a lot of experience, you would think, with government. but, yet, they seem to have a mission at every department. they have people looking at cost controls in almost every division of the federal government already. they gutted the state departments to a degree at the highest level. they have already looked at the border patrol and said that's not going to fly. and something else that donald trump is doing and i'm sure it's knowingly. what has happened over the last two administrations? a huge attempt to get comprehensive immigration reform? what's happened? it's crashed. is he doing it incrementally. steve: he is doing it like a business. brian: one by one. steve: you know what? out on the stump he said we're going to drain the intamp.
the-swamp. as people are leaving the border patrol and state department that people leave the department of justice, the e.p.a., and the irs. ainsley: everywhere i go you can always -- we are in the news and we talk about this all the time. but it's always -- you can tell what the outside world thinks when i had lunch with my friends yesterday. brian: who are in the outside world and not on the couch. ainsley: can you believe everything he has gotten done so far and that was part of our conversation including sanctuary cities. how many sanctuary cities are there across the country? steve: 300 according to a survey by the obama administration in 2016. ainsley: this is where if you are a immigrant and here illegally you have sanctuary. steve: they won't turn you over to the feds. ainsley: there is sanctuary down in miami-dade mayor he said no longer are we going to have a sanctuary city. donald trump feet tweeted about it he said miami-dade mayor dropped the decision. brian: he talked to us 20 minutes ago. here is what he said.
for me this thing started with the obama administration and they also said that they may withhold federal funds. we're trying to work this thing out with them but when the president issued his executive order, he just put an exclamation point for me on that issue. and it really isn't -- it really was a no-brainer. it's a $52,000 a year issue for miami-dade. the message of miami-dade county has been we are not a sanctuary city. we never have been sanctuary city.we took an oath when we tok office that wield defend and protect the constitutional laws of the united states, the state of florida and miami-dade florida. that's what we do and that's what we do here in miami-dade. steve: people are starting realize and we have been talking about this. donald trump means business. is he serious about the sanctuary cities if they're not going to follow the law, he is going to cut off the federal funds which there is precedent. remember back in the day they used to say if you are not going to lower the speed limit to 55, you are north going to get the federal funds. he is serious about that. he is serious about the wall.
manual o man he has done a lot to your point in one week. brian: also the way do you it, communication, bringing the an gel moms out there showed this is not just my policy these are people i'm trying to protect. ainsley: stop protecting the illegal immigrants. protect the american people. brian: build the wall anti-hispanic. everyone knows that's not the truth go along with the man trap. steve: it's national security and that's what we are all worried about. ainsley: heather starts with a fox news alert headlines for you this morning. heather: good morning, everybody. hope you are off to a great day. check out what is going on in florida. breaking overnight. flames shooting out of a roof of a major hotel in that state. you can see the smoke as it billows of a the tampa marriott water side hotel and forced all the guests out of that hotel. the fire started during some construction that was taking place on the roof. firefighters luckily able to put it out quickly. fortunately no one was hurt but how horrifying would that be in the middle of the night on fire. something big is happening in washington, d.c.
vice president mike pence will make history today. he will be the highest elected official to ever speak at the march for life. that's a pro-life event in washington. he tweeted this about it. quote: honored to meet with pro-life leaders in my office tonight. i just told them i look forward to addressing national march for life on friday. presidential advisor kellyanne conway will also join him today. in addition to tens of thousands of marchers. one of those marchers and president of pro-life group kristin hawkins will join news a few minutes to talk about that march. president trump set to talk with president putin. white house sources telling fox news the two leaders will talk by the phone tomorrow. president trump vowing to have better relations with the he than president had. review sanctions on russia. 2014 annexation of crimea's you rainy peninsula. kellyanne conway join us live in 20 minutes. video shocking.
high school teacher is seen assassinating president trump with a water gun screaming die. watch this. >> die. ainsley: wow. her name is -- she teaches art at w.h. adamsson high school in dallas, texas. she posted this disturbing video on instagram attack with the caption watching the inauguration in my classroom like no, stop, denial, squirt gun. hypocrisy. powerless. that video showing the president projected on a white board as she aims and shoots, not clear if students were in the classroom at the time. the school says she is now on paid leave. the secret service reported ofly aware of that video. what an angry teacher to have teaching on inauguration day and doing that really? steve: please tell me she is not history teacher. heather: art teacher. i'm sure she will say it's
art. brian: i don't know how she keeps her job. heather: paying her while she is on leave. steve: her union will protect her. brian: coming up straight ahead, it looks like a sweet movie about dogs but some critics say do not bring your kids. really? i'm going to ask kevin mccarthy and he is going to be excited. steve: it was a good book. what about the movie? >> some government officials so upset about the swamp draining thing they are in tears. we are going to tell you what's going on over at the e.p.a. where they are running out of kleenex. ♪ celebrate ♪ celebration time, come on ♪ let's celebrate ♪ there's a party going on right here ♪ a celebration ♪ to last throughout the year. volkswagen alltrack with 4motion all-wheel drive. soon to be... everywhere.
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ainsley: the 44th annual march for life is set to get underway in our nation's capital in just a few hours. will the mainstream media give this pro-life event as much coverage as last weekend's women's march. president trump doesn't think so. >> friday, a lot of people are going to be showing up to washington, right, mike? a lot of people. you know, the press never gives them the credit that they deserve. they will have 300, 400, 500, 600,000 people.
you won't even read about it. when other people show up, you read big time about it. right? so, it's not fair but nothing fair about the media. [laughter] [ applause ] not fair. ainsley: kristin hawkins president of students for life for america and she will be marching today. good morning to you. thanks for being on. >> good morning. ainsley: why is it important for you to march? >> this is an important time for really the nation to stand up and say that we're not for legal abortion. and our pro-life generation this generation of young people who reject abortion we will be out there today marching in force. ainsley: i just said today and you just said today isn't the march tomorrow. >> the march is today. ainsley: i'm assuming saturday because of last weekend. if you look at the networks. there are three different networks obviously mainstream media and if you look at the statistics from last year, they covered the women's march, the pro-choice march, 120 times more than the march
for life. will it be the same this year? >> i don't think it's going to be the same this year. i think president trump has put a lot of pressure on the mainstream media to be out there today. so i'm looking forward to seeing all of them out there. ainsley: so you are expecting the mainstream media to report, not to cover this at all or cover it just a little bit? >> i'm expecting them to be out there in force today. i was out there at the women's march this past saturday here in d.c. and every major network was there. there were reporters all over the place. usually at the march for life we get a few seconds on national coverage. i think it's going to change this year though. ainsley: why do you have this stance? why are these your beliefs? >> why am i pro-life? i'm pro-life i know at the moment of con seaption unique whole living human being has come into this world who has separate d.n.a. from his mother. this something that is a basic human rights issue. and this is the majority of our generation believes this. ainsley: now, you say that pro-life, the label of pro-life can cause confusion.
why do you say that? >> sometimes on college campuses we work with over 1100 groups across the country, sometimes when we're out there recruiting for pro-life groups. what's pro-life, what's pro-choice? what we found to really work very easily is just saying hey are you pro-or against abortion? >> most people are say i'm anti-abortion. because they have seen the ultrasound of their brothers and sisters in the womb. we have been calling ourselves anti-abortion. i'm antisex trafficking. i'm anti-drunk driving, i'm anti-abortion. ainsley: i'm proud of you. most students are not -- don't have your same beliefs. >> well, actually most students are pro-life. that's what we are finding across the country. ainsley: really? >> we have 1100 chapters across the united states. period boasts of having 200 chapters. today out in the march for life, you are going to see a majority of people my age. people under 25 will be out there. ainsley: all right. we will be watching, kristin
hawkins, thank you so much for joining us. god bless you. thank you. president trump is set to talk to president putin. we're going to talk about that. kellyanne conway. we will ask her. a sweet movie about dogs but some critics say do not take your kids to see it we're going to ask kevin mccarthy. y28cny ywty she pretty much lives in her favorite princess dress. but once a week i let her play sheriff so i can wash it. i use tide to get out those week old stains and downy to get it fresh and soft. you are free to go. tide and downy together. on a perfect car, then smash it into a tree. your insurance company raises your rates. maybe you should've done more research on them. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident.
steve: we have got some quick friday morning headlines for you. next up, talk about a clean sweep of the tissues at the e.p.a. staffers reportedly showing up at work with tears in their eyes, still having trouble coming to terms with the fact that donald trump won and his administration's intent is to change environmental policy. and a clean sweep at duke. coach k. reportedly banning blue devil players from their locker room they can't wear
school apparel until they start living up to the high standards of the program. 2015 champs lost three of the last four games and the coach is getting tough with them. ainsley: not happy about it. right? steve: meanwhile, every dog has a purpose. and today one of 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. i didn't have -- i'm a girl? >> good girl, good girl. >> i had a new purpose. ainsley: a dog's purpose hits theaters today and joining us now with his review is fox news contributor and founder of nerd tears.com kevi mccarthy. hey, kevin. >> ainsley, brian, steve, good morning to you. thank you for having me on. before i get to the review i do want to touch on the controversy surrounding this film about the controversial video released by tmz of the german shepherd on the set of this film. i just wanted to personally say i was very disappointed to see that footage. it was very hard to watch. my wife and i. ainsley: why don't know about the controversy. tell us. >> okay.
so there was a video released on tmz that showed a german shepherd on set of the movie. it appeared that he was being forced into a churning amount of water. and then by the end of the video you see the dog actually go under water and this created an entire controversy, peta is planning to picket the movie this weekend. so it has become a huge thing. and for me it was very, very hard to watch that and my wife and i have a rescue dog. dogs are everything to us. it was one of those films that i think a lot of people if you do see it you will want to go home and hold your dog. it is a very, very hard thing to watch. especially when you watch the film and see that scene. hard not to think about the video. steve: at the end of the video they always say no animals or small children were harmed in the production of this. >> right. steve: don't they have somebody who knows how to treat dogs and animals on the set with them when they are doing that stuff. >> they definitely do. i know there were people on set for that. this story, i believe the video was shot 15 months ago
and it was just released last week. again, it's horrible. you can't really defend it. it's right there on video. brian: the dog is okay. looks to be now. we don't know how it's doing. steve: rough ride. brian: 3.5 out of five stars though. do you like the movie. >> the concept is great. the canine in the film. the spirit lives on through multiple lives in different dogs' body. the only downside with that you have to deal with the dog dying a couple times in the film. for me, if you want to see a grown man cry, put me in a movie theater, put marley and i on. i will cry for two hours. it's horrible. for me the movie does have a good connection between dogs and humans. dennis quaid is great. film-making standard acting writing and directing 3.5 out of 5. i do want to say i don't know how many people are going to be time separate that video from this movie. it's a choice have you to makes a a viewer. if you can handle that for me i thought the movie was good. not great. josh gadd who voiced olaf in frozen voices the dog in the
movie. it's decent. steve: it was a great book. brian: i didn't have read it. i will say, this i don't want to sit next to you crying and ugly. i don't want to seat movie with you, kevin. i will know that for sure. steve: he has already seen it he is not going to go again. just saying. have a great weekend, kevin. thank you. and then he said something else. [laughter] ainsley: he started his weekend. steve: president trump is set to talk to president vladimir putin this weekend on the phone. but should he? mainstream media already criticizing it. we're going to talk to trump senior advisor kellyanne conway live from the white house on the other side of this time-out. brian: a massive drug bust at the summer home of the cind's cousin. abby huntsman has the very latest on how it happened and what police found inside. when you have a digital notebook
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♪ ♪ >> he these are very hostile people. they are very angry people. very dishonest people. the media is very dishonest. i have been saying it openly. you have some very dishonest ones. i get stories that are so false and so dishonest. >> martin luther king's bust? >> well, yeah. they said that martin luther king's bust was taken out of the oval office. by me. >> it's there. >> see, that's a very serious charge. they are not saying the bust was taken out. what they're saying is i'm a racist. that's what they are saying. that's a very serious charge. steve: it is. and that is the insinuation. kellyanne conway is a counselor to the president of the united states. she joins us from the briefing room in washington, d.c. kelly, what a week you've had. >> yes. break neck pace. we are working for high energy, high impact donald trump. everything he has done this
week is part and parcel of his campaign promises. he came to washington as the nonpolitician. it's very easy for him to deliver on those promises. issue executive orders or negotiations at the correct me if i acongress.i'm glad he tookf moments last night to address what is going on with some members in the media. steve: um-huh. >> it's very difficult for me to split a screen in three. candidate trump, president-elect trump, and president trump and see a difference in coverage by some people. it's unfortunate because the office of the presidency and whoever its current occupant is at any given time really deserves respect and really deserves an open ear from our media we are going to be in charge, the administration for eight years, we hope. and certainly the media are going to be co-parenting this country for aft years. we would like to find a way to do that peaceably and honestly. ainsley: steve bannon had an interview with the "new york times." he said the media should be embarrassed and humiliated and keep its mouth shut and just listen for a while. the media here is the
opposition party. they don't understand this country. they still do not understand why donald trump is the president of the united states. do you agree? >> so what my colleague steve bannon is saying there is that donald trump understood america the way many did not including those charged with informing america and educating america about this news not their opinion. there is an awful lot of opining going on by individuals who call themselves reporters. and you are supposed to talk about the news. not use a snarky comment here and eye roll there and adjective that is insulting or negative toward the president. that's really not the job. the job is to certainly probe and ask the tough questions. but it's beyond that for this man. but, look, it also only matters a little bit. why? because the entire election was a rejection of elites in the establishment. steve: indeed. >> many in the donor class. many in the two parties, frankly. certainly in the consulting class which i always say is rife with staph infections. they have really got nowhere to go now because donald trump
proved he can do this with a thinner staff and farce less money than typical candidates including hillary clinton. certainly rejexz of some in the media who just never really give him a fair shake. if you look at some of these twitter feeds that are a hot mess, they would never pass editorial muster in a newspaper or television station. steve: kellyanne there are some reporters in some newspapers flat out calling the president a liar. they would never do that to barack obama in a million years. >> even when he did. you can keep your job or if you like can you keep your insurance plan. we have 57 states in the nation. there were plenty of occasions to call out former presidents on their falsehoods. and that was done very sparingly and not so strategically. i think it is dangerous to the democracy and for those around the world watching. what we do and how this presidents is covered in his early days. very dangerous to just throw in adjectives like that. either without evidence but also without context. and i think some of the coverage, in addition to -- bias is easy to detect.
it's really the incomplete coverage that i am watching very closely. well, what's missing from the story? what was omitted? what's left on the cutting room floor that actually would inform the public factually what's happening here. what an amazing week. steve: no kidding. brian: greatest critic would have to say my goodness so much major stories to go over. >> is he just getting started. brian: one of taking place tomorrow. i understand president trump will be calling vladimir putin at some point saturday and suggested that the sanctions from the previous administration are going to be on the table right away. what could you tell us about the agenda? >> all of that is under consideration. and certainly in addition to improving relations with different foreign leaders and their nations around the globe. if vladimir putin wants to join with the u.s. to have a serious conversation about how to defeat radical islamic terrorism, that's what we call them around this white house. we don't call them our quote determined enemies like hillary clinton did in her convention speech in july in philadelphia.
don't even know who that means. we call them radical islamic terrorists and murderers here. if another nation that has considerable resources wishes to join together with the united states of america to try to defeat and erratic cat radical islamic terrorism we are listening. it's very important to at least have this conversation. brian: kellyanne e don't they have to change their behavior in order to get those sanctions lifted like not carving up other countries and not destroying, you know, families and towns indiscriminately like they are doing in syria. >> you know what the president has said. it's america first and that includes in his foreign policy and national security move. so, yes, he will call out other nations when he believes it's note in america's interest and in the interest of humanity. that's what these conversations are for. these private conversations as world leaders. steve: sure. kellyanne, i have got a question. you were talking about. so things that donald trump is delivering on from the campaign. one of the campaign mat toes was drain the swamp. is that what we're seeing in four of the senior career
officials at the state department they are out. as is customary. everybody always -- if you are political you submit your resignation and the president figures out who he is going to take and he took theirs. plus the border patrol guy. is that what we are seeing right here? did he fire them to drain the swamp? what's going on? >> every administration, every new president, steve, has to put people in the place that are going to execute on their vision who are loyal and who understand. in the case of president trump how quickly he is going to move on many of these actions. he needs his own team around him. we are hopeful that secretary of state nominee rex tillerson will be confirmed quickly and assembling his team over there at state. look, john kerry, the outgoing secretary of state, what was one of the last things he did in the waning weeks of his tenure? he delivered 72-minute speech that many sees a an anti-israel screed. it was have disappointing to president trump and i have disappointing to many
americans of all different faiths and no faiths, frankly. so we -- you know, he needs his own team around him that is going to execute on his american first policy around the globe. he will do that. ainsley: i know you have had a very busy week, kellyanne. today is no different. you will be marching for the march for life today in washington along with the vice president. why are you doing this? >> i believe in the sanctity of life. i think if we can promote and protect life from conception to natural death it says an awful lot about our country. it's no mistake that in our own declaration of independence life was the very first right that is mentioned. and it was precious then. it remains precious now. we have to stop this culture that just looks the other way. partial birth abortions, sex selection abortions. i can basically go get a pregnancy test and then get a sex test and schedule my abortion. that's not america foundation. taxpayer funded abortion. of course fetal pain abortion. nonpartisan and nonpolitical scientists said unborn baby can feel pain at 20 weeks, basically the halfway point.
we have to look at this as the culture of life. many presidents and vice presidents have said they were pro-life. they were. but to have vice president mike pence go out on that mall today in just a few short hours and address those who are coming around from the country and indeed the world to bond together to protect the culture of life is truly remarkable and historic. i think it's a big day for vice president. ainsley: much different for hillary clinton. remember she was for late term abortions. >> she is. donald trump called her out on that. it took a man hat and nail billionaire pro-choice for most of his life to deliver the most impassioned defense of life. i have been working on pro-life message willing over two decades it took donald trump to call out hillary clinton and show who is truly extreme on this issue. brian: on yesterday's implosion of the mexican american relationship, is donald trump disappointed in the -- in their mutual decision not to meet? is that a real step back for him? >> no. the relationship was not
imploded. this one meeting baby can as i would. and that was a mutual cancellation. president trump mentioned it first, of course, 9:24 a.m. yesterday morning, basically saying that, hey, if he is not going to come here to discuss funding the wall, maybe why shouldn't have the meeting now. we have 60 billion-dollar trade deficit with mexico, brian. nafta is a great example of trade deals that are inequitable to the united states and her workers and her interest and her i allies. we spend billions of dollars defending the borders of other nations. high time we did that here in the united states. we are a sovereign nation. we have people and drugs flowing over that border. the mexican president wants to have a serious conversation about that and so much more we will have it number one revenue source in mexico is money coming from the united states going in to mexico. by mexicans who work here. in addition to all the other money that we send to mexico every single year. donald trump ran on this from day one, and america responded very forcefully. so we are very happy that the first meeting with a foreign
leader today is prime minister theresa may. i had occasion to see her last night at the british embassy. i'm very excited to have her, receive her here as the first. special relationship between the u.k. and u.s. really has a great opportunity for new vibrancy and buoyancy under prime minister may and president trump. steve: you have a very busy week and we thank you very much for taking a little time out today before the big march for life. >> my pleasure. steve: kellyanne, thank you very much. have a nice weekend. i bet you will be working. >> yes. work, work. steve: it's the high end home of the kennedy cousins but something very low brow going on at the compound. we got brand new details out of hyannis port, massachusetts, coming up next. ainsley: plus geraldo is here and ed henry and judge jeanine pirro. last but not least jesse watters. there he is in the green room. high, jesse. from the no spin zone: ♪ we are family ♪ i got all my sisters with me
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brian: shocking at the home of royalty. saints. ainsley: shocking house packed with drugs and the family might not have known anything about this. steve: okay, abby huntsman joins us live with more on what police found inside that cape cod mansion belonging to the shah reifers of the kennedy and shriver family. abby: we have all the details this morning. strangest story. it's incredible one. extended kennedy family mansion turned into a drug den seemingly without them even knowing about it police holding undercover drug bust finding more than $40,000 worth of fentanyl hidden around the multi-million-dollar estate. steve: what. >> officials arresting three
people who reportedly gained access from the house from someone who was supposed to be taking care of the property. they say the criminals buried drugs along the beach. even making drug deals nearby. we are not talking small bags here. police say they were running a large scale drug operation all headquartered at the shrivers summer home. the residence is owned by members of the shriver family who are related by marriage to the kennedy family and within walking disafns the kennedy compound. residents of the quiet community they also had no idea. >> it's shocking. very quiet area down here. not a lot of people. especially in the winter. abby: fentanyl extremely strong pain medication. 50 times more powerful than heroin and tied to increase in overdose deaths. the trio now facing various charges including possession trafficking and attempting to destroy evidence. they are all being held on $100,000 bail. police later arrested the caretaker of the home but so far there is no evidence that the shriver family knew anything about this.
something investigators will obviously be trying to verify. also how long has this been going on, brian? who knows? ainsley: wonder if the caretaker had been there for years as part of the family and then this. brian: have you got to do extreme vetting when it comes to finding people to watch your compound. we have been over this. steve: it's your house. brian: where is donald trump on this. abby: a problem you deal with daily. you sympathize. brian: i'm caretakers have to check in with me every day no drugs. ainsley: no compound. thanks very much, abby. brian: what happens to lawmakers who boycott the inauguration and then run in to jesse watters? ainsley: all right. >> jesse: you boycotted the inauguration. whoa, whoa, whoa. brian: jesse watters is here to see if he is bruised emotionally and physically from that confrontation. ♪ hit me with your best shot ♪ why don't you hit me with your best shot ♪ hit me with your best shot
♪ ♪ ainsley: president trump now firing back admah donna after she said this at the women's march. >> yes, i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. steve: what a hat. brian: and the president had choice words for snl writers after one of those writers attacked his son barron. >> i stay on the line. i never cross it. steve: madonna crossed the line, right? >> yes, she did.
madonna is the bill ayers of pop talking about blowing things up all the time. she has been though. i don't think anyone cares anymore. i love how trump gets into beefs with people on bitter. twitter.i was at the march. because i'm a feminist. i missed the part that madonna said. it makes women look bad. they need all the help they can get. not a good look for women here. ainsley: sean hannity was in the white house yesterday. listen to what he said about this. >> she's disgusting. i think she hurt herself very badly. i think she hurt that whole. >> sean: cause. >> yeah. her and a couple others. her in particular. what she said was disgraceful dl to our country. >> a person from "saturday night live" was terrible. it's a failing show. it's not funny. alec baldwin is a disaster. he is terrible on the show. and, by the way, i don't mind some humor, but terrible. but for them to attack, for nbc to attack my 10-year-old
son is a days grace. shane. >> sean: horrible. is he a great kid. i know him. >> it's not an easy thing for him. >> jesse: could you imagine if they went afte after maliyah ob? i think he feel as little upset because nbc was his old home. he has been there with the adisand done snl and now they are killing him. brian: i don't know if you watch "saturday night live" but for me it has changed. >> jesse: i do not. brian: it is so now anti-trump the humor is gone. there is no humor in it. steve: since 2000. brian: i will say this four years ago i thought it was fantastic. back and forth. kind of interesting and fun i can't understand relevant. now there is an agenda. >> jesse: only funny when o'reilly is on snl. that's the only time i'm allowed to you watch. everybody else i don't watch because i go to bed early, brian, you know that i need my beauty sleep. steve: they used to have this
curvey couch on the show. love your show on saturday. there were 70 some odd democratic congressman who said they weren't going to go to the inauguration. one week ago today. boycotts and whatnot. given that, when you were down in washington, what did you do with them? >> well, i mean, 1/3 of the house democrats didn't show up. so it's a civic ceremony. it's not even a political event. so we went to find some answers from some people and big surprise, no one really wanted to talk to "watters' world." i think we have a clip here. >> congress. >> yes. >> jesse watters with fox news. how are you? >> i'm very late and i cannot talk. i'm supposed to be in a meeting right now. >> i will make it quick. >> no, i'm not talking. >> you said that trump was illegitimate president. do you regret that? congressman. how are you doing? >> no time to talk. >> i know. you boycotted the inauguration. >> excuse me we are in the middle of a conversation. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. >> funny how in the tunnel they are always late and don't have time to talk. >> that's right.
i have got to go to a quick vote. >> did that hurt your esteem when that happened. >> yes i cried afterwards. ainsley: congressman lewis didn't answer your question. will we see his answer on your show. >> there will be more congress men and women when we confronted. most of them ran into an elevator. some of them actually said something to me. we have that for you saturday night 8:00 eastern. ainsley: saturday we will be watching your show. brian: not a whole show of you trying to talk to them and walking away that into the be great ratings. >> it's a tease. ainsley: my friend says her and her husband cackle out loud when you are on. steve: jesse watters thank you very much. >> thank you very much. w by the way. ainsley: not whatever steve waters "watters' world." talking about himself in the third person. ainsley: whatever it is you are not a loser. brian: packed 8:00 hour. according to reports they are both going to be on the show.
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together america can be stronger and more confident in the years ahead. >> the situation between trump and may feels like getting off to a really strong start. that speech yesterday was really strong. >> we'll have extreme vetting for people coming into our country. we are fighting sneaky rats right now that are sick and demented. and we're going to win. ♪ steve: it is friday. looking live at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. he has only been president seven days. but, man, has he gotten lot done. power of the pen. brian: that is where he lives full time. we understand maybe by the spring his family will join him after baron's done with school? steve: according to the "palm beach post" going to mar-a-lago for the red cross ball next week. geraldo rivera joins us. it has been a big week. >> good morning, everybody.
steve: one of the thing he doubled down on is extreme vetting. with the executive order we'll suspend the refugee program for 120 days. brian: germany did the same thing. >> what did you say? brian: germany is curtailing their refugee program. >> you mentioned germany and i think that is very significant because what we do not want is a repeat of the paranoia that gripped this country in the build-up to the second world war where jewish and italian refugees, particularly were kept out of this country, desperate to flee the spreading nazi influence in europe. we kept them out because we suspected that they were closet bolsheviks. we can't allow history to repeat itself. we have to be intensely conscious of our national, international responsibilities in that regard. brian: we thought we had to bleep out bolshevik. go ahead.
>> having said that i don't think extreme vetting is that onerous a burden from someone coming from an area so conflated with violence and anarchy and terror. steve: terrorists who are sneaky as the president told sean hannity last night. listen. >> we're going to have extreme vetting for people coming into our country. and if we think it's a problem, it will not be so easy for people to come in anymore. we have evil that looks around the corner without the uniforms. ours is harder because the people we're going against, they don't wear uniforms. they're sneaky, dirty rats. and they blow people up in a shopping center. and they blow people up in a church. these are bad people. when you're fighting germany they had their uniforms and japan they had their uniforms and they had their flags on the plane and the whole thing. we are fighting sneaky rats.
right now that are sick and demented. we're going to win.brian: he aso come up with a plan, more intense plan within 30 days to go after isis, al-shabaab even harder. >> first i embrace a new president that speaks as i do. total geraldoism. dastardly bastards. sneaky, dirty. steve: we have children watching. >> i went to tora bora in the rats nest. he is definitely right about the, the underhanded nature of warfare, asymmetrical warfare, ignoble aspects of it. they will do anything they can. they will put a bomb in a baby's -- steve: run over you in the streets. >> we are up against a very formidable foe if irregular.
first of all, i thought that was the best line in sean's interview. i thought that was the headline-grabber. obviously the producer agreed with me. i like the interview with sean very much. i thought that, i was very impressed although i've been around forever, to see the oval office and colon made and west room and all the rest of that. having said that, the president uses vivid language. he uses language of dare i say to use that word again, the rat pack. i really identify with him generationally. steve: he talks like a new york headline. >> "new york poster." ainsley: he well talk to the president of russia, vladmir putin tomorrow. we talked to kellyanne conway tomorrow, what he is expected to say on the phone with him. listen what she said, we'll get your reaction. >> if vladmir putin wants to join the u.s. to have serious conversation how to defeat radical islamic terrorism, that
is what we call them around this white house. we don't call them our determined enemies like hillary clinton did in convention speech in july in philadelphia. you know what that means. we call them radical islamic terrorists and murders here. if another nation with considerable resources wishes to join together with the united states of america to defeat radical islamic terrorism. it is important to have these conversations. ainsley: what do you think about that. critics were saying we shouldn't be talking to vladmir putin. >> putting aside the role vladmir putin and russian intelligence agencies played in trying to manipulate our election, putting that issue aside, i absolutely agree with president trump we have much more in common with putin right now than we are at odds with putin. for example, syria. syria, trump saw early on that putin had the winning side. what is the winning side? the assad government and the shiite segment of the population. the syria that existed before the arab spring.
that was the winning side. the other side, the sunni side, and this is the side that is bleeding now and i feel awful for them and that's where refugees are coming from, but also the cradle of al qaeda, al nusra, isis and so forth. putin is right that isis has to be crushed first. that assad and his government to be stablized and i think that even in ukraine, in ukraine you have russians on the eastern side of the you ukraine border, and russia now controls at least one-fourth of ukraine say, but people forget that prior to the coup in ukraine, russia controlled all of ukraine. there was a rushion-leaning government in all of ukraine. he has 25%. used to have 100%. there are things in common. brian: change the behavior before sanctions are lifted. they could be lifted, quoting john roberts, senior administration official tells fox news president trump may in caps sign an executive order
regarding russian sanctions. if they disappear without them doing anything, points of confidence, it will divide the republican party as well as the democratic party against him. it is a headache he doesn't need. >> well, what is the purpose of the sanctions exactly? brian: to punish bullying behavior on neighbors. we mobilized nato in eastern europe -- >> i hear you. but. ainsley: how can you not? >> i can not believe that president trump will allow president putin to continue his menacing ways with the nato states, lithuania, estonia, poland and so forth in the baltic. i can not believe this would be so one-sided -- sanctions lifted, no problem, you keep doing whatever you're doing. got to be a yin and a yang. ainsley: bring it back to the u.s. are you're in favor now of building the wall? steve: wait a minute. he's got a fever.
brian: commercial break, stay with us. >> in favor is different than withdrawing my objection. elections have consequences. a majority of the american people in a majority of the american state cared desperately about this wall being constructed. ainsley: okay. >> i personally believe it's a 25 billion-dollar project that can be defeated by a 25 ladder. >> could be. >> it will stop casual worker, agricultural worker, domestic workers, delivers your pizza, mows your lawn, those are people stopped by the wall not as bill o'reilly is obsessing drug dealers. >> he said it's a big problem. >> i've been in "el chapo"'s tunnel there. are 75 tunnels at least. they need mexicans to cooperate to stop the sinaloa drug cartel. emotionally, my soul, my tipping point, she said to me, daddy. what is wrong with a wall? don't countries have walls
between them. >> your daughter is much smarter than you are. brian: don't homes have doors? >> why am i objecting. there is already 700 miles of fencing one sort or another. if we want to spend valuable infrastructure dollars to give us a mostal release and not spend on bridges tunnels, public schools, highways, so an it. i withdraw my objection. build the wall. if you feel better, that is the wall is built god bless you. ainsley: i love this so many people tried to convince you over the years. and now your daughter says that all of sudden you change. steve: your daughters say, dad, what is the matter with you. by the way, welcome to 2017. donald trump will build the wall and mexico will pay for it and -- >> why does mexico have to pay for it? it's not, that i don't understand that part of it. steve: come back next friday, we'll talk about that, okay?
ainsley: brian my yell at you defend. brian: i don't like this acceptance, i know i'm right but i let you be right. steve: thank you very much. >> a big door. ainsley: geraldo, look who is over there. >> hi how are you. that is my brother john visiting from arizona. sorry got a little excited. he just arrived on the plane. say hi on the way out. good morning to all of you. hope you're off to a great day. just a few hours from now vice president mike pence will make history. the highest elected official to ever speak for the march for life. that is a pro-life event in washington, d.c. he will be a advised by presidential visor kellyanne conway and tens of thousands of marchers and the president of students for life in america. she joined us a few moments ago. >> this generation of young people that reject abortion, we'll out there marching in force. president trump put a lot of pressure on the mainstream media to be out there. so i'm looking forward to seeing
all of them out there. ainsley: the margins at noon with a hour-long rally at the washington monument. we'll follow that. breaking overnight, flames shooting out of a roof in major hotel in florida. watch how terrifying it would be. see the smoke as it billows out the tampa waterside marriott and forced out guests overnight. it started during construction on the roof. firefighters able to put it out quickly. luckily no one was hurt. this is a slap in the face to our servicemen and women. kyle barwin claimed to be high-ranking military veteran nothing more than a con man who is in jail. >> call him kyle the crook because that is what he is. kyle the fake. kyle the fraud. but he's not kyle the military hero. >> there we go. police in polk county, florida, he tried to solicit money from a woman to help a friend
supposedly injured in war. officers credits the website of tracking stole lan valor for tipping them off. he served prison time for the same crime in two other states. he is serving five years in jail. steve: thank you very much. your brother is taking a picture with geraldo. brian: right over there. there they are. ainsley: which one is your brother. hold up your hand. >> there he ills. geraldo pointing to the wrong one. steve: episode of what's my line. ainsley: he is so cute. brian: geraldo. straight ahead on this friday. ainsley: mainstream media hammering the president for the voter fraud claims. the brand new numbers that could back him up. steve: you remember his campaign promise, right? >> we are going to drain, the, swamp. steve: swamp draining apparently happening at the state
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ainsley: the mainstream media instantly attacking as president donald trump cleans house at the state department. steve: the president announcing departure of four high-profile positions at the department of state. brian: isn't this what draining the swamp looks like? perhaps ed henry knows. he is live in washington with more. steve: he knows all about the swamp. reporter: unfortunately. based on the freakout going on in washington right now what is happening with the trump administration, including people leaving top jobs at state department, might suggest feathers are being ruffled so much some stuff might actually get done in the days ahead, you're right. rex tillerson, incoming secretary of state, basically has this massive brain drain of top officials out there, leavingen mass, four top officials at the state department and on the negative side for administration, sometimes you get top officials like this who have been there for a long time, they have a lot of collective memory could help you hit the ground running. on other hand look at officials
like patrick kennedy in particular, he was knee deep in hillary clinton's email scandal as head of management at the state department and hip deep in benghazi. he came up throughout that whole scandal, the whole issue, completely running from questions throughout both the email situation and benghazi. that's why some of these officials might be leaving, might be a little bit about what donald trump was talking about on the campaign trail. watch. >> we are going to washington, d.c. and we are going to drain, the, swamp. [cheering] reporter: look at some of the headlines that were generated by this max exodus. start with the "washington post." the state's department entire senior administrative team just resigned. "politico" departure of top state official fuels concern about talent loss. cnn, trump administration asks top state department officials to leave. this twitter, four stop state department management fired by
the trump administration. first headline said they resignedden mass. the last state says they were all fired. nobody really knows, did they resign or were they fired. what is interesting in the trump white house, if they think people in the media freaking out it is a pretty good day. >> what happens, when your administration coming to a close, it is traditional the political people give their resignation to the incoming president, he decides who he will keep. reporter: some stay on. many of them leave. you guys worked very hard this week. you should have the weekend off. i'm headed to new york. steve: we'll warm up the couch for you. ainsley: thanks, ed. run down, burger with a side of liberal activism. story had you fired up. the chili's planned to give part of your bill to planned parenthood. we'll have update. brian: you heard obamacare was never supposed to help everybody. >> this was never supposed to help everybody.
♪ brian: quick headlines now. chili's can't handle heat from pro-life advocates. update to story we told you about. the restaurant corporate headquarters pulling the plug on donating a portion of sales to planned parenthood after major backlash. franchises in kentucky and indiana were giving out vouchers to donate 15% of meals to abortion clinics. this is what you won't believe.
licenses in california could look like soon if lawmakers get their way. they are pushing for a third gender neutral option on all state issued ids. critics say it could hamper background checks. i would think so. steve: president trump wants to repeal and replace obamacare to help everybody but the architect, the original architect of the affordable care act, professor jonathan gruber says it was never supposed to help everybody. >> this law was never supposed to help everybody. the law was designed to fix what was wrong with our system, which was focus on 20% of the americans who did not have health insurance buying it through a broken, non-group insurance system. steve: dr. tiffany sizemore is cardiologist parts of obamacare should remain but feels it has been a burden on americans. good morning. >> good morning. steve: he says it was never supposed to help everybody, 20% of americans who didn't have. after obamacare, there are still
30 million americans who don't have health insurance. >> it's a problem. what happens first of all people who had health insurance, all of their deductibles and plans went up staff staff through the roof. >> people don't realize what happened, if you have, i use for instance, 21-year-old kid in college, he says i will opt out of obamacare because it is cheaper for me to take the penalty than sign up through the exchange. steve: sure. >> what happens next four years that's great until god forbid something catastrophic happens to the person. guess what? there is no rules or regulations preexisting condition he jumps into the exchange. all of the prices go up for everyone, because we're accountings for all people jumping in at the last minute. >> i don't get why democrats are clinging to obamacare in addition to 30 million of americans who don't have it, people having pay high premiums,. >> everyone is paying high premiums they have to make up for it. steve: super high deductible. my daughter is on obamacare. you looked for obamacare. you know once you pay for the premium, you have high
deductible, so much extra money comes out of your pocket because you never get to the deductible. >> right. you're paying a monthly charge to have the insurance. on top of that you have to meet your deductible. i don't think any physician in the country, we care about people as a profession. so we do think that if you have a preexisting condition, you can't help you got cancer. steve: new plan should cover that. >> it should cover that. it should cover if you want to stay on your parents insurance until you're 26. at same time i will never ever, promise you need prostate care ever, right? steve: you have that covered. >> i have to have that covered. there should be different plans available to different people for needing different things. for me, a health care savings account would be great. i can afford the high deductible. use pretax money to pay into the deductible, that would be a great plan for me. might not be a great plan for somebody in their 50s. steve: doctor size moore, for democrats in congress, the president really shouldn't get rid of it is work, it is not
working is it? >> it is not working but i say physicians as a profession we want to be involved in this. we're having mit economics professor, from mit who is the architect, the matrix of this program without having physicians who are own ground seeing patients part of this repeal. steve: it is your department. they should talk to doctors before they do something. >> thank you. steve: thank you very much for making a house call. meanwhile the mother of a navy sailor behind bars making this heart-felt appeal to president trump right here on "fox & friends" yesterday. >> i'm screaming and i will keep screaming as long as people like you and fox news will listen to me, i ask for mercy, for him to review my son's case. and to consider a pardon. steve: consider a pardon. turns out apparently the president was listening. what he said about her son coming up. major american city, sanctuary no more.
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if will only enure to the benefit of the states. they are now in a huddle saying this guy, did you see how their peso has dropped? steve: dropped. dollar went up. >> dollar went up. guys, get ready, strap in, it will be a great ride for the united states. ainsley: president of the mexico yesterday we were reporting we heard through some of his officials he might cancel his trip. donald trump tweets, kellyanne conway, exact moment 9:34 in the morning. he tweeted. >> don't come. the guy is brilliant negotiator. premier. steve: this is what, this is how he will go about business and he is is going to build the wall and wants mexico to pay for it. >> the most incredible thing seeing beginning of the building of the wall. this is week one. this is week one. brian: judge for the longest time, for eight, 12 years, about immigration reform, comprehensive. we can't get the done after obamacare, nobody wants
comprehensive anymore because it doesn't work. >> i don't even know what it means. it doesn't work. what does it mean. brian: the other thing the sanctuary cities. he says i can't have illegals living here illegally and not being clamped down on. he tweeted this out yesterday, saluting miami-dade mayor, i heard what you wrote, mr. president, we'll start enforcing the anti-sanctuary policy, so to speak. mayor drops sanctuary policy. right decision. exclamation. exclamation point strong. >> what is great about this, week one the president says look, we, he directs the department of homeland security with an executive action. we're not going to give money to these sanctuary cities. now the sanctuary cities are looking at each other saying did we say we were a sank which arery city? did we say it? are we? well we said, you know, they didn't pay us enough or they didn't send the order, the detainer order in a yellow envelope. look, here's the bottom line. justice is going to decide if
you're a sanctuary city, if you are you will lose money. they are scrambling right now because they know what is going to happen. steve: there goes the dough. >> there goes the dough. law enforcement and regular citizens say we can't lose law enforcement money to protect people who are illegally, some of them criminals as well. you know whats he will do with the sanctuary cities? he will identify number of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants in the sanctuary cities. so people in the city know what they're dealing with. creating new office for victims of undocumented aliens. ainsley: what amazes me hollywoods reaction. "snl" writer said outrage just all of things about his precious 10-year-old son. madonna saying she would blow up the white house. we'll start with the reaction from madonna and the "snl" lady. >> she is disgusting.
i think she hurt herself very badly. i think she hurt that whole. >> cause. >> cause. her and couple others. i think she was in particular, i thought what she said was disgraceful to our country. i have a person from "saturday night live" was terrible. it's a failing show. it is not funny. alec baldwin is a disaster. he is terrible on the show. and by the way, i don't mind some humor but he is terrible. for them to attack, for nbc to attack my 10-year-old son is disgrace. >> horrible. >> he is a great kid. he is a great boy. it is not an easy thing for him. ainsley: judge? >> you know it is beyond the pale, what is going on with the attacks on the first family, in the first week, whether it's the son or the wife, it is totally outrageous steve staff double standard. ainsley: >> if he we had done anything like this to michelle obama he would be racists, we would be haters. steve: chelsea. >> chelsea. any of them.
talking about chelsea handler? >> chelsea children ton. >> chelsea clinton. all of this stuff is a reflection of the disrespect and disintegration of civility in our society. brian: against the office which is the carriest thing. >> total disrespeak in to the first family. melania has never entered into the waters of politics. as hillary clinton did, as michelle obama did. she is elegant, classy woman who speaks five languages. for them to attack her and a 10-year-old boy is an outrage. brian: they suspended writer but -- >> they suspended her. that is not good enough. brian: whole show this week. he gets to host. steve: i feel sorry for you you have nothing to talk about this week. >> we're going down to d.c. steve: we'll be watching. thanks, judge. 22 minutes before the top of the hour. ainsley: heather has headlines.
>> good morning the remember the story of the former navy sailor pleading for a pardon from president trump? he may soon get his wish. he is serving one year in jail for taking pictures inside of a low-level classified submarine. his mom making a plea to the president right here on "fox & friends" yesterday. listen to this. >> i'm screaming and i will keep screaming as long as people like you and fox news will listen to me. that i asked for mercy, for him to review my son's case. and to consider a pardon. >> now president trump tells our sean hannity he is considering that part done calling saucier's sentence unfair because hillary clinton wasn't prosecuted. >> if another event had happened i wouldn't look at him. how can anyone get away with such tremendous amount, then this person who take as picture of his desk on an old submarine -- if china or russia
wanted information on that submarine they have had it for many years. >> saucier is one much few cases president trump is looking into. senior secret service agent who suggested on social mead would not take a bullet for president trump could be in serious legal trouble. karen o'grady, said in facebook post i would take a bull let for endorsement what i would be disaster for this country. the secret service is launching an investigation into officer. o'grady may have violated hatch act. that bans federal employees participating in political activities. she could be forced to resign. president trump's claims about voter fraud getting support right now this morning. >> what is going on with voter fraud is horrible. people who are registered that are dead. who are illegals. who are in two states. >> political scientists old dominion university in virginia says hillary clinton received more than 800,000 votes from
non-citizens. his research based on national polls. he said findings are considered significant because it means non-citizens may have helped hillary clinton carry a it staff we'll hear more about that one, that is for sure. those are the headlines, gang. steve: that is interesting. based on polls. thanks, heather. can president trump help cut through the red tape left behind by the old obama administration. house majority whip steve scalise knows. his powerful message for america when we come back in two minutes. brian: you've seen him in so many hit movies and tv shows. >> don't you think we're pushing our luck? >> no such thing. ♪ brian: but actor db sweeney who loves to skate, so fed up with hollywood and packed up he left and in the green room. he is spending the night. message for celebrities, melting down for president trump, along
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but who you invest with. ♪ ♪ brian: in his inauguration speech president trump promised to transfer the power from the swamp in d.c. to the people in america and one of his first acts in office was to put a freeze on new regulations and move our next guest says will help directly, help directly to put power in the peoples hands. here to discuss it, house majority whip steve scalise. do you see the shift happening already, congressman? >> morning brian. you absolutely do. there is, not just an attitudinal shift but look at the keystone pipeline. here is a project, tens of thousands of jobs coming to america, billions of dollars of private investment in our country and energy security around barack obama said no every step of the way.
one fell swoop, less than a week in office, donald trump said let's create jobs and strengthen our national security and our energy security. so he is already taking decisive action by freezing regulations killing american jobs. let's bring jobs back to our country. brian: so far the president is doing exactly what he said he was going to do. building up defense. going to build a wall, costs about $14 million according to mitch mcconnell. are you concerned offsets on spending are not there? after all we have $19 trillion in debt. >> well the first thing we're doing getting the economy back on track which allows you to get back to a balanced federal budget. look what happened in the 1990s when they balanced federal budget, it was through growth in the economy and controlling spending. we'll control spending in washington. we need to get the economy moving and barack obama stifled it through job-killing regulations.
president trump put laser focused on jobs not only the get the economy going but a balanced budget. brian: prime minister theresa may from uk addressed you will get along well. however, not the same situation in mexico. are you concerned or heartened that donald trump is dealing with our neighbor to the south directly so far causing a bit of a fracture? >> all that donald trump is saying that we're a nation of laws. we're actually going to secure our border. why that would offend any other country ask beyond me, frankly if you look at mexico's immigration policies, they're much stricter than ours. mexico secures their border. why shouldn't we be able to secure ours? it is refreshing president donald trump who is standing up for america. our allies are excited about it. prime minister theresa may could not have been more phenomenal in the speech how she laid out the strong bond between the united states and great britain and how they want to get a new trade deal between our new countries. you're seeing a lot of allies
around the world, look at israel really excited we have a leader standing up not only for america but for our allies around the world. brian: right. there is seven-day work week with this president. tomorrow he calls angela merkel. big news he will speak with vladmir putin. there is a report our own john roberts says may look for executive action that would address the sanctions. is that a move you would support, any type of easing of the sank shuns on russia? >> well i think we've got to be direct and strong with russia. the actions that they have taken over the years, supporting, supporting syria. look at a lot of the things that have gone on in eastern europe especially in the ukraine, but let's see what president trump's foreign policy will be. rex tillerson is moving through. he will be a great secretary of state. he is somebody -- brian: how would you feel about the sanctions, congressman. if he had an executive action that lift ad portion of sanctions or all the sanctions
off, could you support that? >> let's first see what we would get in exchange. i haven't seen any details yet, so i'm not going to speculate on hypotheticals, but i've seen everything he has done so far has been focused on being tough, standing up for america. he is already green-lighted some important things through freezing regulations and unloading some other things that will be good for america. i've really been excited about the executive action he is taken to reverse a lot of the damage that president obama's done. look what he did just on obamacare, telling families who have been punished by obamacare that he is going to use executive action to give relief to families. that's encouraging. brian: real quick, we have very little time, he does not feel the media has been fair to him. do you feel as though the media has been fair to him? >> no, i don't, and i think if you look what happened on day one and day two, reporting on the martin luther king bust just unbelievable, that people in the media would run with a story that is completely false and unverified.
they would assume the worst because that is the narrative they want to project. brian: right. >> so i think he stood up to the media. he uses twitter and other social media to get his message out directly to the american people. i think people are excited that he is the voice of the forgotten man. brian: congressman, he is also a part of the leadership, house majority whip. congressman steve scalise. thanks so much. an exciting time for you guys to have this much power. you have a big agenda. thanks so much for quality time. >> great being with you. brian: 11 minutes before ainsley gets started on her weekend. seen him in so many hit movies and tv shows. >> don't you think we're pushing our luck? >> no such thing. ♪ brian: i think that was a cutaway. d.b. sweeney so fed up with hollywood, he packed up and left. do they miss him? we'll check in with him next. bill hemmer loves the entertainment world.
>> how are you. brian: you look great today. >> i appreciate that, right on, man. i have a dollar for you. week one folks, try to keep up. first world leader comes to the white house today. he speaks tomorrow with vladmir putin and. we have terrific lineup. sean hannity, jack keane, ari fleischer. nigel farage. don't move. 10 minutes on "america's newsroom." your insurance company won't replace the full value of your totaled new car. the guy says you picked the wrong insurance plan. no, i picked the wrong insurance company. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, you won't have to worry about replacing your car because you'll get the full value back including depreciation. and if you have more than one liberty mutual policy, you qualify for a multi-policy discount, saving you money on your car and home coverage. call
♪ ainsley: you have seen actor d.b. sweeney in so many hit movies and tv shows. he is not your typical hollywood actor. steve: no he is not. when he saw how liberal hollywood was becoming he packed up and left. he has a message for fellow celebrities melting down over president trump if you've been watching. brian: actor on our couch, d.b.
sweeney joins us right now. welcome. >> thanks very much for having me. ainsley: good to have you here. steve: what is going on with hollywood? they don't like this guy. >> i think a big part with hollywood all the customers for movies and music are under 30. if you're under 30 you're probably liberal. probably rebellious. steve: you're right. >> doesn't take a genius, i tell my audience what they want to hear. brian: here is the thing astounding to me, to be an actor, ultimate capitalist profession. you have to work hard, hope for that one break and be ready when the time comes and then when you finally break through you know how hard you worked to get there. yet they seem to have forgotten that is what it takes to be successful in life. >> you know, it is an interesting conundrum. one of those things like flock of seagulls. go in makeup trailer everybody talking about certain issue and agree with about it. do you want to start your day off with i might not agree with that. you want to go along. hollywood is less liberal than the loudest people.
ainsley: you have this great new movie came out a few days ago, seven days ago on the 20th, the resurrection of gavin stone. amazing movie. tell us about the movie and what critics are saying. >> story of gaff vin stone, played by bret dalton from agents of shield on. he screw up actor given choice to pick up garage on highway or do community service at church. he takes up the community service role with the church and it is easier and he is a scammer. he says i will take on the role of jesus and resuscitate my career. i play the pastor of the church. i see we may give him redemption, speaking words of jesus that mei xiang him. >> steve: critics love it. how did you feel being a pastor stepping into those shoes? >> real well-written script and
it was filled at harvest baptist in illinois. which is a home game. the. brian: faith based community like a movie, get behind it. they will not look for fancy ads and billboards. >> they are patient because a hot of hollywood and faith based movies have missed. especially pastors or they're too pious or oblivious. brian: you were excellent as the priest. >> thank you. i thought it was important to be approachable to for people to feel like yeah, that is a guy i could go talk to. ainsley: thank you very much. steve: db, thank you very much. >> thank you. best of luck with it. ainsley: more "fox & friends" straight ahead.
brian: 125. >> xm sirius satellite radio. brian: channel 125 to hear it. steve: d.b. sweeney chatting with the ladies in the after the show show. log on to "fox & friends".com. meantime. have a great weekend. >> got some exciting news. my radio show will now be on the patriot from 1:00 to 4:00 saturdays. the best of everything week starting -- channel 125. you can hear it. >> great. >> d.b. sweeney will chat with the ladies in the after the show show. if you want to watch, log on to "fox & friends." >> bill: here we go. another whirlwind day at the white house. president trump welcomes prime minister theresa may and will talk this weekend with russian president vladimir putin. we have a stacked show the next two hours and beyond. welcome to a friday edition of america's newsroom. good morning, shannon. >> shannon: i'm shannon bream in for martha maccallum. mr. trump laid out his hopes for future relations with russia. >> i don't know putin but if we can get along with russia, that's a great thing. it is good for russia and it's good for us. we go out together knock the hell out of isis.