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ehd u.yo oh, wow! which in this case happens to be the competition - since they don't offer the same amount of cameras as the silverado. literally in the rear-view. where they should be. ♪ heather: good morning to you. it its wednesday, november 13th. hatching right now at 4:00 al o. on the east coast. in hours, two witnesses will take the stand on capitol hill and testify in public on the president's dealings with ukraine. we are live on capitol hill. and with the last minute warning from ring leader adam schiff to house republicans. >> if you are knowingly, intelligently waiving your right to a speedy trial? >> yes. heather: the illegal immigrant who police say admitted to killing college student mollie
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tibbetts could have that confession thrown out today. new claims from the defense that could derail his impending trial. and hillary clinton stirring speculation yet again. >> i, as i say, never, never, never, say never. and i will certainly tell you i'm under enormous pressure from many, many, many people to think about it. heather: is the third time the charm? what do think about that? "fox & friends first" starts right now. ♪ ♪ under pressure. ♪ heather: she says she's getting lots of pressure to jump in.
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send us a note on twitter or some sort of social media and let us know if you think she should run. you're watching "fox & friends first" on this wednesday morning. i'm heather childress. thank you for beginning your day with us. let's take a live look at capitol hill. that's where in hours public impeachment hearings will begin. ambassador bill taylor and foreign service officer george kent will testify first. griff jenkins joins us live from the longworth house office building with what to expect. >> reporter: expect history be made and let not the significance be lost on where it is taking place, the backdrop is the most prestigious house hearing room, normally the ways and means committee. today it's the intelligence committee led by chairman adam schiff. let me that you to how this will go down. at 1 you 0:00 a.m. they will -- 10:00 a.m. they will gavel in.
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that will follow by opening statements by adam schiff and he devin ne nunes b and then they l swear in bill taylor and george kent. they then will be sworn in, have their opening statements. that will be proceeded by 45 minutes of questioning by the majority and the minority. we expect during that period for chairman schiff and ranking member nunes to defer frequently to their chief counsel who conducted much of the depositions. following those 45 minutes for each side, then each member on the committee will be given a five minute round for their own questions. there are 13 democrats on the committee, nine republicans. what we expect to hear is more of what we all read in of course the transcripts. we have taylor saying he believes there was a quid pronsd investigation.
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in add chance o advance of thisf outlined a warning to republicans saying that the committee will not serve as a venue for any member to further the same sham investigations into the bidens or into debunked conspiracies about 2016 u.s. election interference that president trump pressed ukraine to undertake for his personal political benefit. the gop has laid out their defense of the president and what they want to really highlight. here is the house minority whip, steve scalise. take a listen. >> ukraine got the money. there was no quid pro quo. zelensky himself thought it was a very appreciative call. we helped ukraine in many ways that president obama would not help. >> reporter: today's just the beginning. on friday we will have former ukraine ambassador marie he yovanovitch. chairman schiff announced at least five more witnesses will appear next week, three of he's those are on the list the
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republicans have called. heather: very interesting. going to be a long day. thank you so much, griff. we appreciate it. well, as those public testimonies begin, the big question is will they be fair. former chief of staff john bolton, fred fleets says don't count on it. >> the american people expect as process that's fair. they expect due process. the person who originated this whole matter, the first witness, has to testify. how can the president defend himself against some very serious charges when the main person who made the accusations, who began them, isn't even going to be called as a witness? i think the americans are going to see a process they know is unfair, where the republicans are not allowed to call witnesses without the permission of adam schiff, where the president's counsel is not allowed to question witnesses. i think the republicans will say this over and over again, although technically the democrats are a allowed to have an unfair process. the american people want a fair process.
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heather: house republicans requested nine witnesses to testify including the whistleblower and hunter biden and as griff was taking us through it, he said ad dam schiff only you approved three of those to take the stand. a fox news alert. violence escalating overnight between israel and gaza one day a after the israeli military took out a jihad leader. watch this as the rockets, you can see them soaring through the sky in gaza. benjamin hall is live on the israel/gaza border. thank you for joining us. is this the start of an all-out war? >> reporter: you know, it's very hard to tell at this point. there has been an uneasy calm overnight. people were waiting to see whether or not it picked up this morning. in the last five minutes we've seen a number of rockets fired out of gaza.
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we've seen the anti-missile system knock them down out of the sky over our heads. clearly, no cease fire at all. in fact, we've seen it pick up the last half hour. the rockets out of gaza started around 6:30 a.m. we thought there might have been a cease fire. that clearly is not happening of. no side is ready to deescalate the tensions. the israelis have struck back. we've seen bodies brought to the hospitals. we have seen the tensions there really continuing to rise. and so the feeling is now that that death toll will continue to rise. it stands at 18 at the moment, four from this morning alone. hamas, strangely who controls gaza, have stayed out of this to some degree. it's islamic jihad and israeli backed militia that are carrying out the attacks. they are saying if the israelis
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continue attacking gaza, not only hamas but other factions will respond. it is really thanks to israel's anti-missile defense system that the missiles are being blocked. 90% of the missiles which have been fired have been blocked. the system only targets those missiles which are aiming or about to hit built-up areas. that system working very well. certainly no sign of a cease fire at this point. missiles continue to come out of gaza. the tensions here certainly still very high. heather: thank you so much, benjamin. we appreciate it. back at home, let's go to florida. a florida woman is hospitalized after being charged in her daughter's disappearance. police say that brianna williams may have over dosed after investigators found human remains believed to be 5-year-old taylor williams in rural alabama.
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brianna williams reported her missing one week ago. she is charged with child neglect and making false statements to police. the with doug widow of a murderd police officer calling for the district attorney to step aside. momornmaureen faulkner filed a petition to prevent crassner to prevent him from overseeing the appeal. they saa man is serving a life e for shooting and killing philadelphia officer daniel faulkner in 1981. a supreme court ruling in 2015 cleared the way for a possibility of a new trial. the split supreme courtappearint trump's ban on daca. the conservative majority will likely say the program was properly shut down but the deciding vote could come down to chief justice john roberts as
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arguments were being heard, daca supporters took to the streets outside the court and in cities all across the country. the program protects about 700,000 people from de deportatn if they were brought to the u.s. illegally as children. some campaign news for you. 2020 hopeful pete buttigieg is at the head of the pack in high was. the new poll shows the india ma mayor with 22% support among democrats and that's up 14 points since august. vice president joe biden trails behind with 19% support. elizabeth warren comes in third with 18% and then bernie sanders has 13% support. some extreme weather for you, an arctic blast bringing snow and record low temperatures across the u.s. including right here in new york city, i can tell you. in dallas, sprinkler water
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freezing over, freezing on the shrubs and chairs there and frozen roads turning deadly in ohio. at least six people killed in crashes. amazingly no one was seriously injured, this was an 85-car pileup. and in missouri, back to back crashes sent p five people to the hot there, including a firefighter -- hospital there, including a firefighter. be careful out there and bundle up. country yo music's biggest stars heading to nashville for tonight's country music award. dolly parton rehearsed, 14 and country that, will perform a gospel performance tonight. carrie underwood is up for three awards tonight, including female vocalist of the year. adam schiff says that republicans can't question hunter biden or the whistleblower at the impeachment hearings.
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so with dems omitting key information an these proceedings -- in these proceedings, are they ever going to be fair? former doj official robert degreedriscoll says it could hum in the court of public opinion. he joins us live. and a bus driver is being called a snow angel for rescuing two young children from the bit rerr cold. ♪ rescue me. ♪ i'm lonely and i'm blue. ♪ i need you and your love too. ♪ come on --
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heather: welcome back to "fox & friends first." congressman adam schiff vowing to keep the impeachment hearings solely focused on the ukraine controversy, rather than the bidens, after the republicans sent a memo outlining their strategy. with the hearings slated to begin in just a few hours, former doj official robert driscoll joins me now to react. thank you so much for joining
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us. we appreciate it. >> thanks for having me. heather: the question we've been asking, is there any way this can be fair, let's just begin there. >> well, i think fairness is in the eye of the beholder. this is not a regular criminal striel trial with trial with a k most view as impartial. it's been run by the democrats in the house. the republicans sometimes overstate the procedural complaints because the democrat versus the right to control it, because it's a political process it matters if people perceive it as fair. a lot of these issues are going to be problematic for the democrats if they keep -- try to keep out too much evidence. heather: let's pull out an element from adam schiff's memo where he talks about no other topics basically. he says the committee will not serve as venues for any member to further the same sham investigations into the bidens or to debunk conspiracies about the 2016 u.s. election
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interference. that gives you a heads up already about what's going to happen. >> that's a mistake by him, simply because this isn't, again, a criminal trial where a judge can keep evidence out and have real authority over lawyers not to raise certain issues. in a political environment like this, you're essentially saying don't look in the closet. i mean, that's going to cause everyone to want to look in the closet. it's very difficult. what is he going to do? the question always comes or what. if someone asks a line of questioning that raises the biden, is he going to throw them out? is he going to throw a tantrum? this is the problem when you're not in court. this is a political process. if it looks as though the democrats are complaining about what the republicans are raising, i think the general public says, gee, why wouldn't you have that evidence. whether they're right or wrong, i think most people want to see more evidence rather than less. heather: why not allow it to be brought up if you have a way to debunk it. schiff also denying the gop
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request to question about the whistleblower and hunter biden, since he's not going to let them bring it up at all. they provided the witness list which we can pull up and they're allowing three, david heal is one of them, tim morrison is another and then kurt volcker out of the entire list that they requested. >> right. again, i think it's -- the balance they're trying to reach as the democrats is do they have enough fairness, enough republican witnesses so that the public views the process as fair. and i think that it's always -- i think sometimes schiff is running this as he though he is back in court and a former prosecutor. i think he's going to be -- he might regret some of this when he doesn't really realize he had has the power as chair to prevent the issues from being raised. heather: each side gets an opening statement of 45 minutes. then everyone that's in there gets five minutes of questioning, that would be 13 democrats and nine gop members.
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can you briefly maybe in one sentence explain to everyone at home why schiff has so much power in this? >> well, constitution gives the impeachment right to the house and where the democrat versus the majority. he has technically all -- they could impeach for whatever they want. so the real question will be how does the public react to it. but in terms of -- there's no court to appeal to. this is it. so the democrats really do have all the power. heather: all right. thank you so much. we appreciate you joining us and we will be watching. the time now is 19 minutes after the top of the hour. and lady and the tramp, it's an all-time classic. >> ♪ when you love the one. heather: awe. so why is disney's new streaming service adding a trigger warning?
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protester, now standing up for the flag thanks to his teammates. dallas cowboy's defensive lineman michael bennett says other members of the team asked him to join them on the field and stand during the anthem. bennett began protesting if in 2016 when he played for seattle and again last year with philadelphia. there was speculation that he ended his protest at the request of cowboy's owner jerry jones. ben shapiro fires back at an open letter from boston university students, claiming that his speaking engagement today will trigger and overwhelm them. r carley shimkus with fox news headlines, 24/777 sirius 115, is here with reactor. >> ben shapiro is set to give a speech today, the title is america was not built on
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slavery, it was built on freedom. the minority student group is taking issue with the title and slamming the school for letting him speak. they say they are over wel whee, ignored and embarrassed. they say it's important to refute that language. shapiro who has spoken outnd a has been a target of white supremacy issued a response, saying it's typical of radicals to dismiss the content of a speech they haven't heard. suffice it to say i will never downplay the horrors or legacy of slavery. i look forward to all of us exercising our rights tomorrow. the controversy generating some conversation on social media. garrett on twitter says it's amazing how deaf their ears are, considering how much they demand to be heard instead of seeking to be heard. they should seek a dialogue.
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another twitter user said pc thought police will strike a blow for come ni communism an anti-american niche. this fall us under the title of i demand to be heard but i'm not going to listen. heather: it's like the new movie that's coming out, no safe spaces. this is an example of that. hillary clinton, apparently everybody wants her to enter the 2020 race. listen to this. >> i, as i say, never, never, never say never. and i will certainly tell you i'm underen r no enormous pressm many people to think about it. heather: the opposite of what ben shapiro is hearing. >> she did say she is considering it but she did go on to say that running for president is not in her plans right four. johjonathan on twitter says sine there are five women currently running for president, one of
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whom i am leaning on voting for, i would like to take this opportunity to encourage you to not run for president. another saithis person said shel the most qualified personnel gibeperson eligible to run whon get 66 million votes. one supporter there. it's interesting because the field is growing at this stage in the game. usually when it would be doing the exact opposite with michael bloomberg coming in. heather: it keeps changing the lead. now in iowa, it's pete buttigieg who is leading. >> very interesting switch-up. heather: the final story to talk about today, lady and the tramp, it's one of my favorites, it could possibly trigger people. >> disney plus, the new disney streaming service, issued warning labels on movies like lady and the tramp and dumbo. it says this program is presented as originally created and may contain outdated
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cultural depictions. those warning labels are usually -- they appear to be under movies that contain some sort of too yostereotypical representatf minorities. in lady and the tramp it would be the sig si afteramese cats. heather: an american and australian being released in a press prisoner swap with the ta. what does the u.s. stand to gain. retired colonel daniel davis says this is a good move for our national security. he joins us to explain. is the whistleblower running short on cash? the gofundme raising new questions from the inspector general. ♪ i'm going off of the rails on a crazy train. ♪ 't easy.
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heather: welcome back. it is of half past the top of the hour. look at our headlines this morning, starting with a fox news alert. israel and gaza exchanging air strikes overnight, killing at least 12 people and leveling dozens of homes and buildings. the launches began after the death of the islamic jihad commander. a live look at capitol hill now. that's where the public impeachment hearings begin just hours from now. ambassador bill taylor and foreign service officer george kent will testify first. house intelligence committee chairman adam schiff warning republicans about going after joe and hunter biden. testimony starts at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. and an arctic blast, you better bundle up, bringing snow and record low temperatures all across the u.s. frozen roads turning steadily in ohio with at least six people killed in weather-related car
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crashes. if you remember the illegal immigrant who admitted to killing college student mollie tibbetts, they could have that confession thrown out today. todd piro is here, live, with some new claims from the defense that could derail the trial. good morning, todd. >> good morning. it is a crime that captivated the nation. now, a criminal procedure technicality could make it harder for the prosecution to get a guilty verdict. among the claims by that individual, mr.l rivera's lawyers, that officers violated his miranda rights by not reading his rights until well into the 12 hour interview, and they didn't read them in their entirety. a court interpreter expected to challenge the accuracy of the spanish used by law enforcement in speaking with the suspect. prosecutors concede the miranda rights weren't read in full at
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first. rivera is charged with first degree murder, accused of abducting her while she was jogging before stabbing her. many forensic experts say the evidence against rivera is overwhelming, including her blood inside his car. rivera's attorneys have at times brought up the president in their defense of the accused killer. >> you have to look at his history, of how he's treated the american people or the peel that are here. -- people that are here. the constitution he provides that anybody in the jurisdiction has equal protection under the law and that includes presumption of innocence. >> it's unclear if rivera will be in court. trial in this case is set for february. heather: todd piro live for us. thank you, todd. let's swive gears now, talk -- switch gears now, talk about this story. the taliban will release an american and australian hostage.
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the professors were held for three years. this will happen in a prisoner swap with the afghan government. this will a allow three taliban militants to go free. what does the united states stand to gain here. here to explain, lieutenant colonel daniel davis. thank you for joining us. >> a always good to be here. >> maria: let's start with that -- heather: let's start with that question. what do we stand to gain. >> it's always good when we have american citizens anywhere in the world that are illegally detained or captured, it's good to get them back. that's certainly the case here. there's also additional benefits to us right now because this afghan war has been going on, dragging on pointlessly for 18 years now and going on with no end in sight. every war, just about in the history of mankind, always ends on a negotiated settlement. if this one is going to end, it's going to have to end this way. they say this move was designed to actually coordinate the direct coordination with the taliban to bring this to an end. that's good for us.
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heather: the u.s. ambassador to afghanistan, john bass, had this statement. he said we hope the taliban responds to this important humanitarian gesture with its own humanitarian gesture through the release of prisoners that they're holding. that you humanitarian jess can yogesture onour behalf is the rf three taliban militants. do we know anything about them? >> we do, they're from an offshoot of one of the talibans. they are ones that are very important to the taliban. that's some they've wanted back for a long time. it's important to recognize, there is 1 11,000 other taliban prisoners. while these three are important, it's jaws a drop in the bucket for what is there. heather: in terms of the taliban and where they stand right now in terms of territory and just their group, how strong are they at this point? >> well, the taliban tactically on the ground are in a pretty strong position. that's one of the reasons why
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these prisoners were released and sent to qatar so they could be released to work on the coordination to end the war. heather: as you said, ending the war efforts are under way to remove our troops and withdraw all of them from afghanistan. >> yes. that's something that i encouraged us to do very soon for our own personal interest. heather: there's been a lot of controversy over that. turkey is trying to he deport american isis fighter but greece will not let him in. we've seen that video of him at the border. if he does make it to the u.s., what will we do with him? >> well,s that's something that our law enforcement officials, federal, state and local, are always coordinating to try to make sure we intercept anyone who comes in the united states from any source and certainly we would do the same for a situation like that here. so we're on the lookout for that kind of thing. it's interesting to point out also that this individual here said he did not want to come back to the united states and that's why they were sending him
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into greece. this also elevates a bigger issue that erdogan is really just saying look, i'll ready to throw all this on europe. this is a bigger issue for europe than it is for the united states. heather: a meeting between erdogan and president trump is upcoming. let's talk about the number of americans, because i was surprised about these numbers, the number of americans who have gone abroad to join these jihadist groups, 82 that we know of since 2012. and there have been others who have returned, 19 have returned to the united states and 13 of those have been charged. so this would not be the first by any means. >> right. it would not be the first. this is just something that it just illustrates some of the risk to us to continue to operate in these wars like in syria, to where our american interests are not involved and yet it acts as a magnet to draw people from all over the world, not just the united states and with something that we'll have to keep an eye for decades, for
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years to come after this is over. heather: a lot of countries are dealing with that, former isis members trying to get back to their country. thank you for joining us, lieutenant davis, we appreciate it. >> thank you. heather: the time now is 20 minutes until the top of the hour. blowing the lid off of top secret google project, you need to hear this. they're stealing personal health information from millions of americans. so how can people protect their privacy? why our next guest says it's time to rethink our new digital environment. and born again christian kanye west getting bigger than ever. where he's taking his new wave of sunday service revival. ♪ i've been waiting. ♪ holding it in for a while. ♪
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heather: welcome back. the whistleblower could be soliciting illicit donations. a newly filed complaint to the
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intelligence community inspector general alleges the person who touched off the impeachment inquiry racked up nearly a quarter million dollars in donations on a gofundme page. it could be a violation of federal law dealing with gifts for intelligence officials. the complaint also a adds th aso look into whether any foreign government made contributions. the senate holding a hearing on the viping health crisis today. at least 40 people have died from vaping related illnesses and 2,000 have gotten sick. a 16-year-old patient in detroit recovering from the first double lung transplant connected to e-cigarettes. doctors say he was just days away from death. >> without the heroic measures that were taken in this case, this young patient would have died. >> this is an evil that i haven't faced before. heather: a synthetic form of vitamin e is being investigated
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as a possible cause of the illness. the department of health and human services office for civil rights just opened a federal inquiry into google. after the tech company reportedly gathered millions of americans' private health information in a new initiative that's called project nighte nightengale. google claims it is legal. here to weigh in, cara fedrin. thank you for joining us. >> thanks for having me. heather: let's bring up the map of the 21 states where project nightingale operates. if you're in one of these states and a you actually, what, went to one of these catholic health care hospitals, there's 2600 hospitals, doctors offices, other facilities as well, which may be impacted by this, right? >> yes, that's correct. so right now we know that there
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is potentially tens of millions of patients who went to any of these 2600 hospitals or facilities in the second largest health care system in america, those users could potentially have their data going to google right now. heather: so the health care company is known as yo after a . the hospitalization records, medical condition, it should be aware that the patient should be aware that it's being shared. >> that's the huge problem here. as you mentioned at the top, doctors and patients weren't notified that a lot of this information is being transferred to google. according to the wall street journal who broke open the story on monday, it stands to reason that 150 google employees already have had access to like i said tens of millions of these
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patients' information of. the wall street journal updated the story yesterday, they said body temperatures, medical diagnoses, all kinds of things could be in the hands of the google employees. heather: google has been fined multiple times over a bevy of different issues, including privacy of children related to youtube. was avenue do users have in terms of protecting themselves from this? >> this is the problem. if they have no right to opt in right now, then users and patients, they don't have any protections. so i'm maintaining as i testified in front of the senate last week, i basically am saying clear data protection policieses have to be articulated around private companies' commercial use of data. you have to give the power to people who are providing the most intimate information. most of the people that i worked with in silicon valley were great stewards of user data but do we want to take that risk
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with our most intimate information? i don't think so. heather: you would think because you constantly hear about your medical records being protected, doctors not being able to give out your medical information to just anyone, but it's different if you put your medical information yourself onto google, then it can be shared? >> well, nobody using asencion put their medical information on google. that's the problem. the agreement was to basically transfer all of this patient information to google cloud without knowledge or consent. that is the big problem there. this was automatically transferred to google cloud. thereby giving google employees access to that personal information. heather: can you take it off? >> right now, it doesn't appear that way. heather: thank you so much for joining us. we appreciate it. we'll see what happens next on this. >> thanks for having me. heather: the l time now is about 10 minutes until the top of the hour. just in time for the busy holiday travel rush, a startling new report about safety in the
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sky. the airline accused of flying dozens of used airplanes that do not meet safety standards. and a different kind of travel nightmare, the bare feet on an airplane seat that just went viral. that's awful. ♪ you know i need someone. ♪ help. ♪ when i was younger, so much younger than today. ♪
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heather: welcome back. time for a fox business alert. stock market futures are down after a big day on wall street. president trump now claiming an economic boom under his watch. tracee carrasco from our sister network with what to expect today. good morning. >> good morning, heather. as you said, futures are pointing lower this morning but yesterday we saw the nasdaq hitting a new record high.
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its 15th record in 2019. the dow jones industrial average was unchanged for the day which that doesn't happen very often. the last time it happened was five years ago. but at one tile it was just shy -- one time it was just shy a few points from a record close. the s&p closed slightly higher, also in record territory. this as president trump spoke at the economic club of new york, touting the economy and his pro american policieses. listen to what he had to say. >> we have ended the war on american workers. we have stopped the assault on american industry. and we have launched an economic boom the light likes of which we never seen before. >> the dow and s&p 50 500 up 3% for the month so far. the nasdaq has risen 5% in the same time. heather: see what happens on that front. in the meantime we know about this, southwest airlines, they're apparently flying 49
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aircraft that don't meet federal safety standards? >> yes. just to be clear, this is a separate issue from the grounded boeing 737 max planes. southwesthatsouthwest also has. federal regulators have threatened to ground dozens of planes from southwest if they cannot confirm the planes, which they purchased used from foreign operators, if they cannot confirm they meet all of the safety standards. southwest has until the end of january to get 38 of these planes certified to make sure that they are safe. but these planes were part of 88 pre-owned jets that southwest purchased from 16 air carriers, foreign air carriers around the world. they purchased these planes from 2013 to 2017. here is what southwest said. they said, quote, a small number of he repairs on a few aircraft have been performed but not properly classified by the previous owners because of differences and language and repair criteria. southwest maintains that these planes are safe. heather: in the meantime, just
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to get it straight, they're still flying? >> you know, i'm not sure if they're still flying or if they're in the process of doing that recertification, checking all of them out. they have until january 30th. i'm not sure about that. heather: preaverabley before they get -- preferably before they get back in the air. to louisiana now. first responders can attend president trump's rally in louisiana. the state's attorney general making the ruling after the louisiana examiner called it a prohibited political activity. ag jeff landry disagrees. he says coercing civil servants into not attending the rally could violate the law. and p rapper kanye west is set to hit the stage with pastor joel osteen. >> jesus is a rock. jesus, keep us safe. heather: kanye is bringing his sunday service to the houston mega church on sunday.
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there will be a 15 minute interview with west during the 11:00 a.m. mass. more than 17,000 people attended kanye's service last weekend in california. stay with us. we'll be right back. chevy silverado hd. it offers head-up display. wow, that's dialed in. i can still keep my eyes on the road. my truck doesn't have that. it offers an optional technology package with up to 15 different camera views. that's quality picture. it even offers one enhanced view that makes your trailer appear invisible - to help you see what's behind you. oh, wow! which in this case happens to be the competition - since they don't offer the same amount of cameras as the silverado. literally in the rear-view. where they should be. ♪
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- [announcer] norton 360 with lifelock. use promo code get25 to save 25% off your first year and get a free shredder with annual membership. call now to start your membership or visit heather: time now for the good, the bad and the ugly. up first as always, the good. a bus driver hailed as a hero for saving two young children wandering in below freezing temperatures all alone.
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>> it's nice and warm on the bus. you'll be okay, i promise. heather: nicole chamberlain taking off her own coat to warm up the kids. the 2-year-old was in a t-shirt and diaper. the grandmother says they left their wisconsin home when she went into the basement. luckily, they're okay. next r, the bad. a big-time body builder, watch, takes a big-time fall. yeah. that's michael herd accidentally walking off the stage. this event was in washington state. he had bumps and bruises. he'll be okay. he joked afterwards, saying i'll be okay, i didn't break the floor. the ugly, a plane passenger snapping a picture of dirty feet hanging over the headrest. she posted the picture on redit. she said the thing she worries about the most when getting on a plane, of course that photo is going viral. i want to know how that ended. i would say move your feet, now.
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that wraps up this hour. thanks for joining us. fo"fox & friends first" continus now. bye-bye. rob: it is wednesday, november 13th. after weeks of hush-hush hearings, democrats will finally start their public impeachment testimony today. jillian: we are live on capitol hill with everything you need to know before the first witness swears in. and joe biden takes a major hit in iowa, with a new frontrunner emerging in the critical caucus state. rob: is the ukraine controversy catching up with his campaign or are voters simply ready for a fresh face. also, nothing says merry christmas like a political statement from peta. jillian: the sweater says wool hurts but the price tag could hurt too. "fox & friends first" continues right now. ♪ ♪ i want to be in


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