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evaporated cane juice instead. heather: big day coming up. rob: we do. phil is going to play for us during "fox & friends." heck of a show. heather: all-american concert series is beginning. if you can believe it starting that time of year again. have a great weekend. >> breaking overnight greg gianforte blow to democrats with special election victory. >> when you make a mistake you have to own up to it. >> i should not have responded in the way that i did and for that i'm story sorry. >> you don't think it's because guy in office now has said horrible things about reporters and said reporters are the enemy of the american people. >> so much hostility frankly to the press, a lot of expwren generated by the donald trump rallies. >> everyone wants to talk about president trump. let's talk tom perez and his cussing crusade that he has been giving on some different fundraisers. i get tired of it.
and you know what? middle america, america in general is tired of it, as well. >> nato's new sheriff, president trump tells allies to pay their fair share. >> i have been very, very direct. nato members must finally contribute their fair share. >> i don't think it's going to work until he starts pulling troops out. >> plague of u.s. agencies took a troubling new. >> the people who leaked the british story were not in the white house. they were in the intelligence community and they ought to go to jail. ♪ ♪ open up a big pack ♪ sing to me steve: it is may 26th, it's my sister cathy's birthday. kicking off all-american summer concert series. ainsley: did you marry your sister because your wife is also cathy. just making sure.
steve: all-american concert series brought to you by care dr hkeurigphil vassar. he got started as a song writer and by the way are going to have famous out there too. he wrote songs for ti tim mcgraw and allen jackson. ainsley: you know that song in your next 30 years he wrote that song. tim mcgraw made it famous. he sings the song. he is going to sing it today. he says i wish you were a beer. i love it. brian: me and my daughter every time we're on a long road trip for soccer we put on anything country music, new country. and we just say how long will it be until they refer to whiskey or beer? and it's alleluia also a little fun game. some people do the license plate game. ainsley: you should add a dog and breakup. brian: i will add this.
>> keurig is a sponsor this year. they have solved my family issues because as a family we do not know how to make family. so therefore, too strong, too light. this water is bad. it doesn't matter this one cup of a at a time has brought us closer together. steve: in fact in our coffee break area we have a keurig corner we will be on a little later on. ainsley: thank keeurig. steve: meanwhile i have a wife cathy and sister cathy. republican congressional candidate greg gianforte has won that special election out in montana. >> thank you, montana. [cheers and applause] brian: his win comes just hours after is he charged with body slamming a reporter caught on audio.
ainsley: joining us live from our nation's capital mr. griff jenkins. you can say is he fighter, right, griff? >> that's right. the voters of montana have spoken. gianforte with a deisaac win. he began that celebration having apologized. having stayed out of the eye the last 24 hours as the voters went to the polls. being charged with assault. >> when you make a mistake, you have to own up to it. that's the montana way. i'm not proud of what happened. i should not have responded in the way that i did. and for that i'm sorry. i should not have treated that reporter that way and for that i'm sorry, mr. ben jacobs. >> but in the end the body slamming incident caught on tape was not enough to deter montanans. >> there is not going to be time. i'm curious. >> i'm sick and tired of you
guys. the last guy that came in here you did the same thing. >> gianforte newcomer. you see the results there. he was 50.4%. quist 44%. said they would hold him accountable as ginanforte promised to drain swamp. >> i'm going to washington to get things done to drain the swamp and fight for montana families. >> face opposition because of that incident. paul ryan told reporters yesterday he would not stand in the way of letting montana to decide for themselves before he gets to town though. guys, gianforte will have to appear in court by june 7th to face those charges. i might note he is going to face more pesky reporters. steve: a lot of them. how did he win in a lot of people say by body slamming
that reporter, he is obviously going to lose. in montana they mail in the ballot. there were 259,000 mail-in ballots returned before that particular incident. although some people called up and said election board, i was an early voter and now i would like to change my vote. i don't know which way but people said, you know what, that's the problem with early voting. you can't change your vote. ainsley: i was glad he apologized. i thought that was the right thing to do. you know, maybe he was frustrated because it sounded like the guy -- someone else from the guardian had just asked him the same questions the night before. steve: about healthcare. ainsley: i do think it's ridiculous for the left to blame a republican president trump. no differential than republicans blaming the mainstream media to driving him to this point which both arguments would be ridiculous. brian: let's see an example of other networks taking an honest and candid view of why gianforte allegedly body slammed that reporter? >> you don't think it's because the guy in office now has said very horrible things
about reporters. >> no. >> and has said that the reporters are the enemy of the american people. >> no. >> that has nothing to do with anything, that people feel that they can get away with it? because i don't believe that you actually believe that? there is no way you believe what you are saying if you don't think that's true. >> there is so much hostility, frankly to the press. frankly a lot of it generated by, you know, the donald trump rallies, frankly, and a lot of my colleagues face the blow back from that. this is kind of an extension of that. >> you can draw a straight line from republican candidates thinking that sort of behavior is okay when you have donald trump berating reporters throughout the entire campaign. steve: so it's donald trump's fault. >> brian: never met the guy. what does that have to do with anything. of course, the heated debate that always exist in montana. he never should have done this, but what a leap it is to blame donald trump. however, if you think about the tone and tenor since donald trump won, look what's happening on the democratic
side and explicittives being thrown out. that did not allude dana loesch last night. >> they want to accuse everyone else of fomenting violence of instigating violence of violent rhetoric. tucker, i have been seeing this, i know you have seen this too, for over 10 years now i get tired of it. and do you know what? middle america, america in general is tired of it as well. i had so many people who called in to my radio program today, tucker, you know what? maybe the media deserves it because we're tired of being lied about. we're tired of being membershipped anmanipulated ands tired ideology. people hate media this badly. ainsley: i think when the mainstream media found out gianforte was a republican they said yes we are going with this story. if he had been a democrat they wouldn't covered it they would have said he had to do this. brian: democrats have to fight back only chance to body slam
their opponent. steve: poll out with political insiders a couple days before it looked like it was within 20 points. in the end the republican won by it looks like by about 5 points. meanwhile, let's talk a little bit about donald trump. you know, during the campaign, he made it very clear, you know, maybe nato is obsolete. they just aren't 21st century operation. and so it was interesting to see him with the other nato leaders yesterday. and he did what he said he would do on the campaign trail. brian: and that was to knock over monte, and make sure you were in the front of the line. i'm coming through. steve: hey, everybody here in front of this 1 billion-dollar fantastic new headquarters, are you paying your fair share? no. watch. >> 23 of the 28 member nations are still not paying what they should be paying and what they're supposed to be paying for their defense.
this is not fair to the people and taxpayers of the united states. and many of these nations owe massive amounts of money from past years. and not paying in those past years. over the last 8 years, the united states spent more in defense than all other nato countries combined. if nato countries made their full and complete contributions, then nato would be even stronger than it is today, especially from the threat of terrorism. brian: to the tune of $100 million. didn't see the cut away of the luxenberg leader leaning over to the french leader and making a smug remark about the president think it's a big joke is he calling them out. ainsley: if there is a time for him to be blunt and candid, this is it. he is trying to make the art of the deal. calling them out face to face. steve: everybody has to pay 2% of their g.d.p. look at france, they pay under
that by about 2% other rather .2%. turkey is under that. germany is way under. italy is way under. as are the netherlands and belgium as well. ainsley: that is insane to me that 23 out of the 28 are not paying that 2%. brian: i know. yet they say mr. president, make sure you say something bad about russia in your remarks because they are a threat. he actually did. he included that in his remarks. steve: there you go. brian: all right, jillian, what's happening with you? jillian: good morning to you and to you at home as well. las vegas is warned it could be isis next target. warning casinos and hotels about a credible new threat video showing the sin city strip encouraging attacks on soft targets. the fbi now working with intelligence agencies and international law enforcement as hundreds of thousands of tourists travel to las vegas this memorial day weekend. also breaking more overnight, raids as the hunt for the
terror cell connected to the manchester massacre intensifies. 10 people arrested. 8 remain in custody. authorities say isis stage for abedi to carry out the concert blood bath and fear it's only a matter of time before another attack. the next victim identified as 15-year-old meghan hurley. 22 killed in the explosion, including seven young girls. president trump's border order once again shot down by a federal appeals court setting the stage for a supreme court showdown. attorney general jeff sessions slamming the ruling saying judges are interfering with our commander-in-chief's national security powers. the revised travel pause effects six majority muslim countries for 90 days, giving the trump administration time to come up with a tougher extreme vetting process. and he made the ultimate sacrifice fighting for his country infantry in iraq. this memorial day weekend dale earnhardt jr. will honor him on the racetrack. the star driver carrying army private first class james name
on his car for the coca cola 600 in north carolina. his family blown away by the gesture. >> i have never been on a racetrack and now i will be standing with one. world's best drivers and waving at the crowd so that they know that this mom and this driver are here for james. jillian: what's happening in the race all 40 race cars will feature names of fallen service members. that's a look at your headlines on this friday. steve: great thing to do over memorial day. thank you. brian: one of the most powerful moments from the president's first foreign trip. >> so many young, beautiful innocent people, living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers. brian: but many in the media say it's one of the worst moments. really? we'll analyze that next. steve: compliments to the chef, you are under arrest.
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foreign trip has focused on fighting terror. but some in the media haven't seen it that way. here to break it all down for us is dow jones reporter joe simonson. thanks for being with us, joe. >> thank you for having me. ainsley: you're welcome. let's go through some of the sound bites that we have heard during his trip. start with when he spoke to saudi arabia to the arab leaders and confronting islamic extremism. we will talk about it. >> there is still much work to be done. that means honestly confronting the crisis of islamic extremism and the islamists and islamic terror of all kinds. and it means standing together against the murder of innocent muslims, the oppression of women, the persecution of jews, and the slaughter of christians. ainsley: joe, he didn't use the phrase radical islam so the mainstream media has said he has softened on terror. >> it's ridiculous.
president trump has increased bombings on isis by 50%. for all i can he can convert to islam in front of the entire world as long as is he bombing the right people, that's an improvement over president obama's policies. ainsley: look at some of these headlines, politico says trump strikes moderate tone on islam. the atlantic says trump turns politically correct in saudi arabia. the "new york times" trump softens tone on islam but calls for purge of foot soldiers of evil. >> sure, i mean, that all sounds great to me. as, like i said. we tried 8 years of kind of the phony incident electric actualism of obama. and i don't think it really made isis hate us any less. and as long as he is bombing the right people, and getting rid of the people who want to harm you and me, he can say whatever the hell he wants. ainsley: after what happened in u.k. terrorist attack on monday, he called those terrorists losers. listen. >> some young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life.
i won't call them monsters because they would like that term. ainsley: all right. look, joe, at some of these headlines the guardian says losers trump's favorite word may diminish the gravity of the attack. "the washington post says not so innocent abroad. trump bubbles across the middle east. cnn evil losers. that's all you got, president trump? what do you think? >> is that incorrect? are we really -- we have to have more sophisticated kind of language when talking about complete barbarians? they are losers. this is not controversial. the american people don't think that's controversial. trump nailed it they're losers. ainsley: thanks jeff for being with us. >> thank you. ainsley: coming up next, he is the former head of the terror group and will be the guest of honor at upcoming parade. that same group killed frank conner in a bombing attack and frank conner's son is here to react to that live.
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organizers of puerto rico day parade are standing firm in a decision to honor terror group recently released from prison. president obama recently commuted oscar's sentence after he served 35 years as a role flan group responsible for 100 bombings across the united states. one of the group's bombings was at francis tavern in new york. it killed frank conner and three other innocent people. frank son's joe conner joins us now. first, the body blow this guy is out. the second one is he going to be marching in a parade in his honor? >> yeah. he is a terrorist. and they are putting him as the main day honoree of freedom. some sort of award they are going to give him. leading the parade as a symbol of freedom and he is a convicted terrorist. brian: sponsors are out of this. officials are questioning whether they should be marching in this. where is this going? >> look. i think what's going to happen the sponsors have gone so to dr. the politicians have looked at it and said wait a second, chuck schumer says is he going
to be traveling that day. the police commissioner has dropped out. several of the police and fire unions have dropped out. what i think is going to happen is this will continue to happen because there is some sanity in this world, brian, thank god. understanding that a terrorist can't be leading a parade and getting a medal for freedom. so i think they are going to eventually have to make lopez go and try to rebuild the parade that way. brian: well, the mayor is still going to march anyway. the governor is probably not bus but if is he going to run for president does he want to be seen marching in a parade for terrorist? >> what are the options of governor cuomo being seen proudly walking up the street with a terrorist walking next to him as he rubs for president. brian: the word pride is not what you feel you feel anger. this guy plotted and planned to kill your dad and was successful. >> it's bad enough he was offered clemency in 1999 and turned it down. stayed in prison. we went to his parole hearing in 2011 and kept him in. then obama releases him on last days in office. that's bad enough. but taking a terrorist, a
terrorist responsible for my father's murder and making him a leader of a parade and a hero? it's gun and the pale, brian. brian: just a second. i want to go and read his apology. wait a second, he never apologized. he never owned up to it he has no regrets. >> he said when we went out to the parole hearing if hearing if we were looking for somebody who would apologize we were looking at the wrong guy. that's the kind of person he released. he wants to create a marxist state in puerto rico. he didn't believe in freedom. there is nothing about this guy that deserves any accolades. brian: keep in mind, whoever did it put a bomb in a tavern where washington said goodbye to his troops historic place. put a bomb there and it just blew up and your father just happened to be eating there. >> exactly. birthplace of freedom in this country. you don't have to be the one that walked the bomb in to be responsible for that as a matter of fact, under law, if you are part of a conspiracy, you are responsible for all acts of that conspiracy. bin laden didn't fly a plane into the trade center let's
put it that way. brian: killed by this guy who got out. and if you are going to be in the puerto rican day parade you might want to rethink it if he is going to be there. thank so much. >> thank you, brian. brian: compliments to the chef, you are under arrest. ice agents ate at a cafe and arrested three of its cooks. people are outraged. call on that the toe allies to pay their fair share. >> members must finally contribute their fair share and meet their financial obligations. brian: but some countries are skipping out on the bill. so what are we going to do? let's ask former secretary of defense who also has a significant role in nato. donald rumsfeld is here with colonel tom man i don't know. don't miss a minute two days from memorial day. ♪ these are the days of america
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♪ ♪ and i'm proud to be an american ♪ where at least i know i'm free ♪ and i won't forget the men who died ♪ who gave that right to me ♪ and i gladly stand up >> leah sent this up photo having students that will drop everything to help put flags on the graves of veterans makes me a proud american. brian: mark says that this picture of his daughter writing how you cannot be proud of that smile i am not sure, i'm sure they are, #proud dad. steve: alex sends us this patriotic picture of him and his grandpa celebrating the fourth of july last year. on this friday before memorial day, we would love to see your proud american photographs. please email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you could tweet them or facebook us. ainsley: on that moat we bring in former secretary of defense
mr. donald rumsfeld, secretary donald rumsfeld. as well as colonel tom manion the father of travis manion. we will hear about travis' story because as we remember your son on memorial day weekend. first, we will talk to you, mr. secretary, about the latest threat, isis. there is a new video out threatening las vegas. threatening the united states this weekend. what is your advice? how does the u.s. handle this threat? >> the purpose of terrorism, of course, is not to kill people, really. it's to terrorize people. it's to alter behavior. it's to have individuals and groups of individuals change what they're doing to satisfy the terrorist. it seems to me that what president trump did in saudi arabia is exactly the right thing to do. he spoke to some 50 heads of states and nations in that part of the world who are influential and able to talk to the people of that faith
and begin to try to engage them and persuade them that the goal is not to train young people to go out and kill other people. it's to live and be a part of a society. steve: what do you think about him referring to them not as monsters but as evil losers? they are losers, the terrorists? >> i hope they are. a terrorist can attack any place any time using any technique. it's not possible to defend everywhere at every moment of the day or night against every conceivable approach. brian: colonel, you and your son, you fight against these guys on the battlefield. now that the fight seems to be in the cities as you see what's happened in manchester, as you see in nice, france, the terrorist behind the wheel of a truck just running over people. the battlefield has changed. >> it is and it has. it's very difficult for out guys in the field to be out there in that environment. no matter where they are, they
have to be on their toes and ready to do whatever needs to be done. so, it's a difficult time for us. and as the secretary said, we just need to, you know, stay on it. you know, take the offensive and do what needs to be done to defeat them. steve: mr. secretary, what do you make of president donald trump yesterday in front of the nato leaders saying hey, great group, maybe not obsolete like i said last year but you have got to pay your fair share. there is only five of us that pay our fair share, everybody else owes and should pay up. >> i was ambassador to nato, i don't know, 45 years ago. autopsied we had the same message. it's not what they pay nato, it's what they invest in their own defense as a part of a military alliance. and i don't know, i think there are maybe five or six countries who are hitting the nato target. the united states is now below 4% of g.d.p. and our allies in
the aggregate are below 2% of their g.d.p.es. and they do have to step up. and president trump was exactly right. and it's important that they -- those countries understand that they have -- if they are going to be a part of a military alliance. they have to step up and invest in their defense. brian: how do you characterize russia today as threat. baltic nations extremely concerned after watching what they did in georgia and carve up the ukraine. how does donald rumsfeld view russia today? >> i think if you want more of something, you are rewarded. if you want less of it you penalize it in economics. and it seems to me that putin has already said that the worst disaster was the end of the soviet union. and he has -- russians have troops in the republic of georgia, for example. they're in ukraine. and to the extent they find that that's comfortable for them and there is no penalty, they will continue to do it
and do more of it. ainsley: colonel, i'm sorry, to interrupt you. colonel, we wanted to have you on with secretary rumsfeld because the two of you are teaming up and we want to learn about that. first tell the folks at home if they are not familiar with your son's story who is such a hero. i interviewed you a year or two years ago when your book came out called "brothers forever" travis and his best friend were killed fighting for our country. this weekend we remember both of those individuals as well as all the other men and women who have died fighting for our country. tell us about travis. >> travis naval academy grad his roommate at the naval academy navy seal. my son was a marine did two tours in iraq like so many of our young men and women today. they keep going back in harm, way. he was in fallujah, iraq his first tour with first recon battalion and second tour military transition team member actually embedded with the iraqis. he was ambushed. and killed in action.
and you know, we sort of living on with that memory and trying to, as my son would want, you know, to make something good come out of it and that's what we're doing at the foundation. steve: the travis manion foundation. brian: which by the way, mr. secretary, the proceeds from last book go to the travis manion foundation, right? >> true. and we -- our foundation supports a number of military charities and the travis manion foundation, i think, is doing something particularly useful. i was one of the supporters and initiators of the all voluntary military. it's worked. we have the best military on the face of the earth. and one of the adverse aspects of that is fewer people serve because instead of drafting everybody. brian: 1% of the country, right? >> instead of drafting everybody and having them go out after 18 months. we bring in people who raise their hand, volunteer, say we want to serve, and they stay
in for longer periods. but, what the foundation does is they send people out to meet with people in our society, often young people, and these are, i don't know, there is something like 150, i think, in your foundation that have gone out as presenters, and they're military people or veterans. and they meet with people who don't have that link to the united states military. and it seems to me that's important. steve: proceeds from the churchill solitaire book, an app., go to the travis manion foundation. fellows, it's really nice to have you on this program on the friday before this memorial day weekend. ainsley: how are you doing as a family. >> we are doing okay. hanging in there keep fighting the fight. ainsley: that's right. thank you both for being with us. god bless you. steve: 20 minutes now before the top of the hour on this friday. jillian has the news. jillian: breaking news, reports of at least 23 people killed after gunmen opened fire on a cairo bus carrying
cop pick christians. egyptian state tv says 25 others were hurt. so far no terror group has taken credit for the attack. we will continue to follow this and update you with any new information we get. the u.s. is issuing fewer temporary visas from people from muslim majority countries. new data from the state department showing 20% guyer visas were given out in april compared to the monthly average last year. the number dropping to 55% when it comes to the six countries included in the president's proposed immigration order. okay. how about this? compliments to the chef, you're under arrest. ice agents in michigan sitting down for breakfast at a restaurant then going back to the kitchen complimenting the chef on the waffles and arresting three workers. ice says two of them entered the country illegally. the other overstayed a visa. the third man was released after showing agents his permanent resident card. and this little girl accuses her teacher of committing a war crime in a hilarious
teacher evaluation. the 11-year-old writing that her teacher shouldn't use collective punishment citing the 1949 geneva convention. her dad posting her response to twitter with the caption quote i'm not sure if i should ground her or buy her ice cream. most people tweeting back saying she deserves that ice cream. i'm just left wondering what flavor she would choose. guys? steve: great question. jillian, thank you. ainsley: thank you, jillian. steve: coming up on this friday big program ahead. former head of secretary bill ben knelt and general john kelly with us live next hour. ainsley: that is a big show. and facebook falling short when it comes to taking down terrorist's posts. kurt the cyber guy is with us next following that loophole. come on, in kurt ♪ that makes me crazy ♪ that make me crazy ♪ that make me crazy ♪ did you know 90% of couples disagree on
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steve: terrorists continuing to use social media to message. according to documents they can easily bypass on facebook censorship and capitalizing on that. brian: facebook found more than 1300 posts that pose credible terrorist threats but only removed a install fraction of them. ainsley: here to explain is kurt the cyberguy. >> talking about 311 posts were identified and flagged by this group of people that are moderators of facebook out of 1340. 1340 and they suspected they were tears terrorists. why didn't they forward them onto the authorities? that's what we're asking this morning. a document has been released that got out. it's been leaked from facebook. it's the document that is used by the moderators inside of facebook. the moderators are the people,
4500 of them right now. when you click that little button, on a photo or a post that somebody made that says hey, i think this is inappropriate or i think this is dangerous, that then triggers one of these human beings to take a look at that this 44 page guide now tells them how they should be treating these posts. and when it comes to terror-related posts, it's kind of frightening on what the guidelines are. steve: absolutely. if the bad guys know what the guidelines are they can work around them. >> and they are working around them. facebook is just missing it here. they were missing it before this got leaked. but, for example, i mean, look at the kinds of things that can be posted and you see this. so you see this right here. it says u.s.a. we come for you, follow the path to the enlightenment. on these posts, what it says is that would be inappropriate. it should be taken down. if you show the same image
that is all about terrorists doing terrorist kind of all of things but you say it in a shameful way, as if it shouldn't be there or you are neutral, well, they are just going to leave it there. brian: well, i mean, do you think they are sincerely approaching this worried about privacy or do you think there is a lack of fundamental understanding about the threat we are under. >> i think it's a little bit of both. facebook is a business. about chasing away money. first and foremost, they are concerned about the pocketbook. they need to be concerned about america. they need to be concerned about people. and they're doing a decent job. they have said with the 4500 people they are going to add 3,000. when i say they are doing a decent job, they need to do a much better job because the kinds of stuff that is sneaking through is abhorrent. it's terrible. you should not be able to have this massive machine now have this kind of influence and then let the kinds of things go through where can you identify a terrorist and they
don't flag them. brian: they put up a couple pictures like that that says america we are coming for you and there is a shot of al qaeda. are they obligated morally to tell officials about what's been posted or just delete it and forget it? neither of which they seem to be doing? >> this is the problem and the transparency isn't there. we don't know what they are looking at. there needs t to be some form of oversight where have you some accountability there. when you have 1340 known terror posts and they are only flagging 311 of them, we have got a problem. ainsley: we did reach out to facebook and wanted to hear their side of the story they did not get back to us. steve: we don't know if they deleted our email. [laughter] thank you very much. >> happy memorial day weekend. steve: meanwhile straight ahead, his commencement went viral for all the right reasons. >> if you want to change the world, start off by making your bed. [laughter] steve: make your bed. now the commander of the bin
laden mission admiral william mccraven has more simple tips for how to change the world and he is on next. ainsley: is poverty just a safety mind? ben carson sparking outrage with that comment. you will meet someone who rose from poverty and says ben carson is right. ♪ when i count my blessings ♪ i thank god that i'm an american ♪ an american child ♪
accomplished the first tank of a day and will give you a small sense of pride and will encourage you to do another task and another and another. making your bed will also reinforce the fact that the little things in life matter. if you can't do the little things right, you'll never be able to do the big things right. steve: he's right. now admiral william mcraven is out with a new bed based on that speech -- a new book that is to say. make your bed. little things that can change your life and change the world. good morning to you admiral. >> good to be here. steve: after you gave that commencement speech we ran it for a couple of days because there was so much good stuff in it ant it went viral, didn't it? >> it did. interesting to lessons thought value to them. simple lessons. they really apply to everyone. the point i made in the speech is it doesn't make any difference whether you ever wore a uniform. doesn't make a difference what your race or ethnicity or orientation.
i think these lessons are valuable to anybody as they make their way through life. steve: absolutely. even though you may be many years past a graduation. it could apply to you today. and you say one of the ways to change your life is to start off by making your bed. why is that important? >> well, yeah. when i grew up, my parents and my father was an air force officer. my mother school teacher. and they reinforced early on make your bed. get up every morning and make your bed. i'm not sure i appreciated it when i was young. as i joined the military and ace talk about in the speech and book, when i went through seal training, they made sure you understood the importance of making your bed. not just making your bed but making your bed correctly. and in training you had to do everything, you know, to the letter. hospital corners, pillow put exactly in the middle at the he had head of the bed. the point was do it right. do the little things right, because if you do the little things right, you will be able to do the big things right. steve: be your best in the darkest moments. you can say that but that is really hard it? >> is hard.
i think that's the important part to recognize that it is difficult. you know, when i look back at the young men and women that i served with in the course of my time in the military, and i saw the very difficult times they went through, the ones that really stood out were those that when things were dark and they lost fellow soldier in combat. whether they lost a family member at home, when things were just tough, you saw their character when they really did exactly that they stood up, and they did the right things in the darkest moments. i think we can all do that we have to recognize it's difficult. steve: explain. this don't ever ever ever ring the bell. >> right. in seal training we have a brass bell. and if you want to quit, all you have to do is ring the bell three times and that's it. no questions asked. you ring the bell and you are out of there. and very early on in training the inel structures line up all the students and we had about 150 in our class. and they said look, it's easy. you get out of training, you ring the bell. you won't have to do the long runs and long swims and suffer
through the pain if you just ring the bell. i remember one the instructures speaking to us said if you do that you will probably regret it for the rest of your life. at the end of training we had 333 dry guys standing in formation for graduation. the point is, again, life is tough. and but if you press through, if you don't ring the bell, if you don't quit, you're going to find at the end of the day that life will be a little better. steve: the book is fantastic. just came out. congratulations, once again it's called major your bed. >> "make your bed. steve: admiral thank you very much. >> my pleasure. steve: meanwhile, coming up, it's a "fox & friends first." the man who heads the department of homeland security general john kelly here in our studio. and we kick off our all-american summer concert series with country star mr. phil vassar. it's fleet week in new york city. good morning, folks. you're watching "fox & friends." now make your bed. ♪ i wouldn't trade it for a rainy day ♪ and i ask the lord
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>> nato's new sheriff, president trump tells allies to pay their fair share. >> over the last eight years, the united states spent more on defense than all other nato countries combined. >> president trump was exactly right. if they are going to be a part of our military alliance, they have to step up and invest in their defense. >> the plague of leaks at u.s. agencies took a troubling new turn. >> the people who leaked the british story were not in the white house, they were in the intelligence community and they out to go to jail. ♪ ainsley: that's phil vassar on stage getting ready it's fleet week here. is he trying to tell everybody to turn to the camera and wave. we thank you all for serving our country. it's memorial day. thank you we wave to you this morning. brian: send your pictures of being a proud american. all-american concert series kicks off today with one of the most patriotic musicians
you will ever meet phil vassar. he can do a morning show. is he one of the musicians came out. i was listening to him this morning at 5:30 fantastic. steve: he likes barbecue for breakfast just as we do. our famous catering along with care rig is the sponso the concert series starters on friday during fleet week the last friday of spring, kind of. because kind of summer starts this weekend. brian: cardeerweekend.brian keu. great cup of coffee. steve: make cocoa or tea. we sound like a commercial. brian: we have breaking news. overnight republican congressman montana special election filling ryan zinke's seat.
>> thank you, montana. [cheers and applause] ainsley: his victory coming just hours after being charged with body slam ago reporter. steve: griff jenkins joins us from our nation's capital with the breaking details. griff, in the closing week it looked like they were 2 points apart but in the end he won by five points, right? >> he actually won by almost 7 points. this is amazing montana has spoken, guys. if you stop for a moment and think about it, just 24 hours ago, we were talking about this tape. >> i'm sick and tired of you guys. the last guy that game in here you did the same thing. >> gianforte being charged with assault that body slamming incident was not enough to deter. you asked about the numbers
here they are gianforte 50.2% and rob quist 44.1%. at the began with making an apology. >> when you make a mistake, you have to own up to it that's the montana way. i'm not proud of what happened. i should not have responded in the way that i did. and for that i'm sorry. i should not have treated that reporter that way. and for that, i'm sorry, mr. ben jacobs. >> he ran on a bernie sanders style platform conceding the race at his evening last night saying montana residents will fold gianforte responsible. neither sanders or pelosi calling the shots in montana. >> tonight montan montanans are sending a wake-up call to washington, d.c. establishment. bernie sanders and nancy
pelosi can't call the shots here in montana. >> as to questions whether gianforte would have trouble being seated after the incident. paul ryan said he will not stand in the way letting montanans deciding for themselves. he will face a lot of pesky reporters themselves. steve: key to his win is the mail-in ballot because 259,000 mail-in ballots were returned before that. brian: i know montana is very red but traditionally goes to democrats. steve: donald trump won by 20. brian: ryan zinke didn't. he had a tough vote. i'm not sure whether you like it or not. i'm not people didn't like the fact he was standing um for himself and bothered by media in today's world especially if you walsh some other channels. meanwhile an example, you see this incident and you see a problem in montana. others see this incident and think it's got to be the president.
>> i don't think it's because of guy who is in office now has said very horrible things about reporters. >> no. >> and has said that the reporters are the enemy of the american people? >> no, don. >> that has nothing to do with anything, that people feel that they can get away with it because i don't believe that you actually believe that there is no way you can't -- there is no way you believe what you are saying that you don't think that's true. >> there is show much hostility to the press a lot of it generated by the donald trump rallies, frankly. and a lot of my colleagues face the blow back from that. so, this is kind of an extension of that. >> can you draw a straight line from republican candidates thinking that sort of behavior is okay when you have donald trump berating reporters throughout the entire campaign. steve: okay. so what do you think? we have some viewer comments. ainsley: why do people think trump is the problem the left keep saying that the right are aggressors yet the right continues to be the actual bullies. brian: tom says if the president is toll blame
physical. will the left continues to take bullies? steve: joining us now from north carolina former secretary under education and drug czar for president george herbert walker bush mr. bill bennett. good morning to you. >> good morning, guys. admiral mccraven and steve, is there a family resemblance there? steve: it is shocking. >> long lost cousin. brian: they both make their beds. steve: we do. make your bed. make your bed. what do you make of what is going on out in montana and all those people we just showed in that montage essentially showing that that guy out in montana was channeling donald trump? >> well, i know a little bit about moral theory. i wrote a book called the book of virtues. i have got to tell you i'm astounded by the fact that it's blamed on trump. trump sort of jedi like from europe can levy at a time this reporter off the ground and slam him.
it's donald trump's fault. it's not donald trump's fault. the reporter jumped in on the guy, came in on the guy a second time as gianforte said it's the second time have you done it gianforte took ownership of this. he wasn't saying donald trump made me do it. by the way i think it's over because he handled it so well at the victory party saying he was sorry, apologized personally to the reporter. but, let's remember, montana is a physical culture. people deal with things a little differently than they do sometimes. you are not going to see this on the aselah very much. blaming trump is what the democrats love to do. on the issue of moral equivalence is what gianforte worse than what john edwards did, than what bill clinton did? how about teddy kennedy who drowned a woman and then ran for re-election? this is on a moral scale
pretty trivial. this is pretty trivial and he apologized to that issue i think is over. but to blame it on trump is crazy. just crazy. ainsley: you think he would have won if it weren't for the mail-in votes? >> i'm not sure. i think he might have picked up some more votes. ainsley: maybe. so. >> the displeasure with the press. i have been in this situation. i remember carrying my son who was a kid then. reporters in your face. i said i need to get out of here. i need to get this child some place else and they're just blocking your way. i know the temptation. it was wrong what he did. it was wrong what he did, but he apologized for it. that issue is over. but, notice, the mainstream media is reacting more to this, more visceral reaction from the liberal media to this than to manchester or to the other news you guys came out with this morning which is the death of christian coptics. are there any christian coptics left? how can there be any left at
this point? brian: unbelievable. brian: i know you are a physical guy because you were a football player and i want to talk to you about what the president comes home the word is there are going to be some changes. thinking about setting up and looks like they will set up almost a war room to deal with the russian attacks as well as their critics. how do you feel about that? is that an overdoing of the situation? >> no. no, it isn't. i learned one thing in washington when i left washington after 8 or 9 years of service. i said what did you learn i said it's like football. you are on offense or you are on defense. if you are not on offense, you are on defense. they have got to get more of their team. i do think they have good, strong people. >> there aren't enough of them as there are in a lot of the departments. so they need to beef that up. they need to be preemptive and they have got, to as newt was saying on your show, guys. got to get after these leakers. this is really terrible. these leaks are coming from the intelligence community. not a loyal intelligence community but from the
intelligence community. ainsley: bill, what was your response when the president had the conversation with nato and said you all need to pay your fair share. there are only five of us paying into this. >> had you a pan of the nato group there listening to the president's hilarious. i mean, they were just so upset, let's put it that way. they were being lectured. it's it ironic, guys, that the president got a warmer welcome in the middle east in riyadh, saudi arabia than in europe, the womb of america? he was telling a lot of these countries you are dead beats, you know. you are living off the wealth of the land and the wealth of the united states. i think it was exactly right. he talked about this during the campaign. he also, in doing this, is reminding them of what the morality threat is and the morality threat to them is not donald trump. the morality threat is isis. it's at their throats. isis is at war with them. i'm not sure they know that they should be at war with isis. brian: right.
but they have done a lot for us in afghanistan and iraq. nato did. and we appreciate the fact ains think about how much more they could do if they had more money. ainsley: thank you, bill. >> can i tell you one quick mccraven story? steve: yes. >> when that book came out he gave a speech. i was on the radio. a seal called up i took that advice. i got in trouble. i made the bed but my wife was still in the bed. [laughter] steve: you know what? that's such an important thing. he forgot to put that in the book. make sure the bed is empty when you are making it. >> right. right. make sure no little kids are rolling around. exactly right. steve: bill bennett joining us from -- i'm not going to say island because he doesn't want people to know where is he at. it's beautiful in north carolina. >> i'm in the swamp. just say i'm in the swamp. steve: somebody is trying to drain it good news. thanks, bill. brian: coming up straight ahead, the civil war museum being shut down because it's offensive. is history being erased before our eyes?
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jillian: breaking right now, reports of 23 people killed in egypt after gunman opened fire on a bus carrying coptic christians. this happened outside of cairo. so far no one taking credit for the attack. dozens killed at the hands of isis. also breaking, las vegas on high alert warns the city could be isis's next target. police alerting hotels and casinos about a credible threat after the terror group released a new video showing the sin city strip, encouraging attacks on soft targets. the fbi now working with intelligence agencies and international law enforcement as hundreds of thousands of tourists travel to las vegas this memorial day weekend. ainsley?
ainsley: president trump's border order once again shot down by a federal appeals court setting the stage for a supreme court showdown. brian: it's unbelievable. the white house slamming the rulings saying judges are interfering with our commander-in-chief's national security powers. steve: what else is going on? rob schmitt joins us with what is happening next. robert? >> hey, guys, good morning to you. the words preventing president trump from doing his job. the key issue here is the pause on travelers coming from muslim majority nations about religion or about national security. well, of the top judges in richmond, virginia saying that it drips with religious intolerance animus and discrimination. this is the second appeals court to uphold the ruling against this order. one of the three judges dissenting just redid paul neimeyer wrote regrettably at the end of the day the losers in this case are the millions of americans whose security are threatened on a daily basis by those who seek to do us harm. the immigration order has been bouncing around the court
system since late january in the president put it in place fueling outrage and protests at airports. you remember that it was quickly met with resistance by the courts and has sparked debate about just how politicized our judicial system is. this latest version tweaked in an attempt to apiece critics is a 90 day travel pause on people from iran, sudan yemen, somalia and iran and syria. >> the administration wanting 90 days to buy itself time to put together a better vetting system coming into the united states. trying to keep people say is what they say their motive is. steve: next stop the supreme court. >> according to jeff sessions, yeah. brian: interesting to see what general kelly has to say about that. that directly effects him. steve: he will be with us in 10 minutes. >> i will interview him again:30 on the boat for fleet week. steve: we will be watching. >> a lot of time with him today.
brian: thank you, rob. steve: ben carson the doctor sparking liberal outrage over this comment. listen. >> i think poverty to a large extent is also a state of mind. steve: poverty a safety mind. our next guest rose from poverty and says ben carson is absolutely right. lawrence jones weighs in next ♪ sing and shout ♪ and let it out ♪ we say we all we all ♪ are allergies holding you back?
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the alabama's death row is put to death by lethal injection. 75-year-old tommy arthur a convicted hit man had been behind bars since 1982. he escaped execution seven times in the past but the u.s. supreme court just declined to give him an eighth postponement. and a potentially deadly attack on police thwarted at phoenix's comicon. police taking down a suspect armed with guns and knives who they say intended to murder cops. the suspect allegedly snapping pictures of sphirsz at the event and posting them online with threatening messages. all right. ainsley, brian? ainsley: all right. thank you, steve. new backlash this morning surrounding housing and urban development secretary ben carson for saying this. >> i think poverty to a large extent is also a state of mind. you take somebody who has the right mind set, you can take
everything from them. i guarantee you in a little while they will be right back up there. >> lawrence jones. ben carson, lawrence, is not coming at it from elitist angle. he was brought to a single parent family where his mom was never home because she was working two or three jobs. he ends up becoming oral surgeon and brother successful lawyer. is there anything wrong with what he said? >> good morning, family. you know i sympathize with ben. it's actually the same thing my mom and dad told me. my mom was 16 when she had me. my dad married her and i got here today at 24 because of the teachings that my parents gave me. that poverty mind set was one of them. you know, they always told me no handouts. and they always told me, son, there is a difference from being in poverty and having that mind set. for instance, they would make
me mow lawns in my community to earn money because they didn't want me to just depend on them or depend on the government. they would always say don't take handouts. ainsley: if you think about we teach our kids if you want to be smarter, then read books and go to school. if you want to be wealthy, then hang out with -- do internships with wealthy people. find out what they did to get to the top. >> exactly. ainsley: if you are poor, wouldn't you want to look to dr. ben carson who sanur row surgeon to say how did you do it? >> most definitely. and dr. ben carson has been very involved in his community before he became a republican candidate, he was respected by many in the community of detroit. but this goes back to the facts. you know, if money was the answer to everything and not just a mind set, then 70% of people that win the lottery wouldn't go broke or 78% of the athletes in the nfl wouldn't file for bankruptcy. because they really wasn't the
mind set that was changed. it was just the money. many people on the left believe if you just throw these programs that it will solve all the problems within my community or people that are in poverty. you have to really educate these people and really show them the way. and, you know, i'm the living witness. you don't get here at the age of 24 from a mother that had you at 16 and your dad married her and lived in poverty for the majority of your life without hard work and changing that mind set. ainsley: determination. that's what you are saying. being determined you will get from the bottom to the top. brian: eventually if you don't quit. >> you can do that. brian: a guy that dropped out of college harvard mark zuckerberg able to come back and get hono honorary degree. i want to listen and get your impression. >> every generation expands its definition of equality. today we have a level of wealth and equality that hurts everyone.
we should have a society that measures progress not just by economic metrics like g.d.p. but how much of us have a role we find meaningful? we should explore ideas like universal basic income to make sure that everyone has a cushion to try new ideas. brian: what about is that universal income? is that a new idea you think that will help? >> i think that's wealth redistribution is what he is talking about. taking other people's money and giving it to someone else so we all balance out. i think it's kind of fraudulent to suggest that we are to steal money from other people, give it to other people and then all of the sudden we will be all on the same level playing field. i think people, you work for what you get. and i think you are really hurting the next generation by telling them that we all should be equal without putting in the grunt work and the time and effort. ainsley: it's easy for 30, 40 billion-dollar guy to say we
should redistribute all of the money in our bank account and make it all equal to everyone? >> i think it's hurting my generation because they believe that this is the stuff that's being taught on liberal campuses. and you really are taking the real meaning of what america is about. it's about that everybody can work hard. no matter what -- i mean, i'm a black guy sitting on fox news at 24. where else can you do that in any other country coming from a teenage pregnancy? it's about working hard. and if you put the work in, you can succeed. and so my message to the young people, especially the ones in my community, you can do it, too. brian: opportunity to be successful. nothing guaranteed. no one gave mark zuckerberg anything. he had a greaty idea and relentless pursuing it. and giving back. worthy of debate. ainsley: lawrence, so proud of you and how far have you come. >> thank you so much. i appreciate you all. brian: to be successful i will be jealous. look out. [laughter] >> thanks, brother.
ainsley: that's a whole another segment. we will have you on again. brian: jealous of lawrence. coming up straight ahead. school creating controversy opening up prayer room for students but only if they are muslim. ainsley: man in charge of keeping our border safe here in our studio for the very first time homeland security secretary john kelly is here next. come on mr. secretary. ♪ country station ♪ one big country nation ♪ that's right ♪ there's nothing more important to me than my vacation. so when i need to book a hotel room, i want someone that makes it easy to find what i want. booking.com gets it. they offer free cancellation if my plans change. visit booking.com. booking.yeah. bp developed new, industry-leading software to monitor drilling operations in real-time, so our engineers can solve problems with the most precise data at their fingertips. because safety is never being satisfied.
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is on this friday before memorial day. we are remembering american patriots and we're asking you to send us pictures and you certainly have. ainsley: it's a beautiful song and we thank all those -- moist of them are american children. they are 18-year-olds and young adults, i should say going off to fight for our country. we thank them all very much. melissa send us a picture of her son's graduation cap during his graduation from liberty university where president trump was the commencement speaker. brian: that's a lot of gaffer tape. steve: send us us a picture of trip to mount rushmore something they will always remember. brian: katie sends us this picture of her son cadence sporting a patriotic cast this year. the story behind that cast coming up next
hour. ainsley: he is fierce. so cute. brian: let's bring in john kelly on this memorial day. ainsley: hi, general. brian: on this weekend as we
get set to barbecue. general, great to see you. before we talk about the secretary stuff we do want to talk about what happened over in manchester because it really relates to what you are doing. steve: there is a fox news alert. another arrest tied to the terror attacks overnight. we understand they are up to 10 that they have taken into custody. they had more raids in manchester and mersi side. they raided a barbershop. they think that perhaps the terrorists could have put the components of the bomb together at his house and then actually assembled it at another apartment about three miles away. this is exactly what the 7/7 terrorists did back in england. ainsley: general kelly, what's your reaction to this and what do we need to do to prevent something like this from happening here in the u.s.? >> well, first, it's everywhere. it's constant. we have had four major terror attacks in a week four different places obviously manchester, egypt, philippines
and indonesia by generally the same groups. it's nonstop. the good news is for us here in america we have amazing people protecting us every day. dhs obviously. fbi fighting the away game is dod, department of defense, cia, nsa working with these incredible allies we have in europe and around the world. but it can happen almost here any time. i was telling steve on the way in here, if he knew what i know about terrorism, he would never leave the house in the morning. but the good news is, again, we have the finest men and women in uniform, out of uniform, police officers, local law enforcement, new york city cops protecting us. ainsley: thank goodness. thank you for what you do. brian: when you are in uniform going to to afghanistan and iraq. it makes sense you know how to do and organize. now our uniform people who people who work for you, the cops, the detectives, every single day. they are -- what is it like? they are almost transforming
from the guy who writes your tickets and tells to you slow down to excuse me where are you from and what are you up to? >> they, again, are among the finest americans. you know, 45 and a half years in the marine corps. i worked with soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines and coast guard nonstop. i never thought i would ever meet another group of people like them. now i'm in dhs where there is local state officials, law enforcement rather my own people, customs and border protection, ice, secret service, people like that, just phenomenally good people. dedicated, work hard and they are predicting us. brian: since you got this job, you are talking about the wall. the president talks about the wall all the time. we need it and barrier in some places and flat out wall in other places. the former president took a shot at this president, i believe, in germany yesterday. >> there are disruptions in these countries, if there is conflict, if there is bad governance, if there is war, if there is poverty, in this new world that we live, in we can't isolate ourselves.
we can't hide behind a wall. brian: are we hiding behind a wall. >> not at all we are not hiding behind a wall. we are constructing physical barriers backed up by technology and, of course, the great men and women customs and border protection to simply safeguard our southern border. it's not going to impede in any way the legal crossing of millions of people a week. mexicans and all other nationalities, americans going south and normal commercial traffic will move. but we're nod hiding behind a wall. you can't defend anything by hiding behind something. steve: you mentioned ice agents a moment ago. there is senator ron johnson i think two days ago mentioned that the obama administration knowingly let in members of ms-13. that super violent gang from central america. >> steve, i don't know anything about that.can tell yoe 20th of january that would never happen. i don't know if it happened before. but it would never happen on my watch. steve: how? what's the big change? >>
>> mr. trump came in with a series of campaign promises. he told me one day and i didn't know him before i took this job. he said to me on the first day do you know what i want you to do on the border? i said i got it, boss. off i went. we are taking care of business on the border. ainsley: i'm sorry, go ahead. >> border crossings right now are down by 70%. 70% since january. steve: so do we need the wall in it's down by 70. >> we definitely need the wall. we need a physical barrier in certain places and technology and other places. key to that reduction is almost no unaccompanied minors coming across the border. that was -- that is kind of the recruiting pool for ms-13 and the other cartel. brian: you said listen, if you are coming over here you are will be sent back. coming with your families, we will separate the families. and instead how could he say that in the message is to the central and south american countries, have you got to stay where you are at. your path isn't paved with gold if you don't do it right. >> right, brian. we work so closely with those great countries down there to
include mexico. the rihanna at my level couldn't be better. we collaborate on either side of that border. i'm traveling down to central america. my last job i was down there all the time. we are trying to make things right down there. because much of their problems of course are attributed to our drug demand in the united states. we're working the whole thing. economic, diplomatic, social law enforcement down 70% since donald trump took the reigns. ainsley: i remember you said if you are illegal here in america and caught dui you are going back. he said i will let the general do the job because they say a good leader is one that can delegate. i know he is letting you. >> 75% of the people great men and women of ice taken into custody. 75% are criminals. other 25% are not innocent. they are multiple deportees. they are people who have fleeing from the law. they are fugitives. but they are not necessarily
convicted criminals. 75% are indeed criminals. other 25% are not the valor victorians of their high school class. ainsley: nice way to say it. steve: in addition to fighting terror you were the secretary of homeland security and worried about all of us being safe during the summer and including the hurricane season. have you some tips for us. >> watch the news. no. we have already started, as you might imagine, the planning, working with the president. working with the white house. fema has got the lead on this. working with the state and locals. working the national guard. getting ready for the hurricane season that of course starts the first of june. we are ready to go. brian: tips apply for pretsa fantastic. steve: we have all got that. brian: prepare for security. follow the liquid rule and follow tsa. do your part. on memorial day we do want to talk about somebody. i know you think about those who lost their lives in the line of battle.
for you, the highest ranking officer to lose a son in this generation in the line of battle. what are you thinking about and your family thinking about this memorial day? >> the first thing i would say is we don't need memorial day. if you are a gold star family member, you think about him or her every single day. in fact, hundreds of times a day. but what memorial day in my mind is good for is to remember for america to remember the million men and women over our history, the million men and women who have given their life for this country in combat. so on memorial day, even if you're at the beach or taking advantage of some mattress sale somewhere, think about that. brian: can you tell me about the man who is splitting the screen with you right now. steve: second lieutenant robert kelly. ainsley: why? >> just is finest guy. wonderful guy. wonderful husband, wonderful son, wonderful brother. brave beyond all get out. his men still correspond with
us. they still mourn him as we do. steve: great comments about a great son from a great patriot general, thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you very much. brian: talk. steve: leaving. brian: working too hard. ainsley: we have more "fox & friends" right
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steve: wisconsin is hoping to become the first state to require drug testing and screening for medicaid applicants. but in order to do so, the state will need a waiver from the federal government. something that seems more plausible, perhaps, under president trump than his predecessor. so is it a good idea? here with his thoughts is former wisconsin governor scott mccallum. he joins us today from
madison. mr. mccallum, good morning to you. >> good morning. steve: tell me why you think this is a good idea. >> steve, this is a continuation of the number of the welfare reforms that we had earlier coming out of the state of wisconsin which led the nation and which is taking up bipartisan fashion federally. it's a good idea because we have a shortage of finding the right type of people and getting people in a number of the jobs. so the shortages of workers. at the same time we have a number of people applying for medicaid, people that need the hurricane support. so we'rmerck support. helping people of wisconsin to get back to work and tributers to society again. steve: if you want state benefits have you got to prove you are not hooked on drugs. i know that you say the state funds drug rehab so the argument that this hurts addicts is wrong. explain that. >> well, you're correct.
you anticipated my response because people do -- so there are some that are concerned why are we going to be able to do this? in fact, the state is going to pay for rehabilitation. it is going to pay because it wants to get people back in to the workplace. and many of the employers are saying we can't hire people. they've got drug addiction. they have got issues that won't allow them to work for us. so the state is saying we're going to help. we're going to pay for these issues. we are going to rehab people. we're going to get them back in to the workplace. steve: okay. well, there is a critic among several research director of the wisconsin council on children and families. he says this. it says that we're going to test people first as a condition of getting access to healthcare, which is backwards, he says. we need to get people into healthcare programs. build trust with their doctors and then get them the treatment they need. what do you think about that? >> well, first of all, when you go to an employer, you are never going to work unless you get tested.
you are going to get tested in the state of wisconsin what we're going to say is you are going to be tested and you are not going to receive benefits unless you are going through these things, become eligible to work, to take those steps. and the state of wisconsin is going to walk that walk with you. it's going to pay for the rehabilitation, it's going to pay for the training and the treatment. and it's a way of finding these out. and it's not going to pay for people unless they're taking the steps to help themselves. steve: let's see what happens out in the great state of wisconsin. governor, thank you very much for joining us today from madison. >> pleasure to be with you. thank you. steve: what do you think about that? email us at email@example.com. coming up, country star phil vassar is getting ready take at that time stage to kick off all-american concert series as he teaches ainsley how to play the piano ♪ as loud as it can go ♪ whoa ♪ wrap around ♪ sun set
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♪ ♪ talking about million other things ♪ okay ♪ just another day in paradise. ainsley: one of our favorite songs and phil vassar has been topping the charts for decades. steve: he is hitting the road on his american summer tour hooking up with uso celebrating american servicemen and women just in time for fleet week, people. brian: phil vassar joins us live. who are you pointing to? >> all of them. they look great this morning. look at this. brian: not unusual for you to play in front of a military audience. >> that's right. brian: not only did you
realize not only do i want to write music i want to give back to those who serve. >> first timing i went over. griping man we have been gone for a month. these guys say yeah i have been deployed for two years. very humbling. we are very blessed. steve: have you a country super star stretch bus. have you got all the nice stuff, maybe not when you go overseas but when you are traveling. >> it's pretty awesome what they have to endure every day. it's amazing. and their families the fact faces they make we are blessed to be here. ainsley: a lot of people on your staff, your team you have to pay salaries, you also are raising two girls and still giving back to our military men and women. 15% everything you make off new album back to uso. >> absolutely. uso has been so gracious and we have had so much fun with these guys. they are just amazing folks at what they do for our servicemen and women. it's pretty awesome. brian: talk about american soul, brand new album just rolling out, right? >> we will give you some songs
for that today and uso show choir is going to sing with us. they are amazing. this the first time we have ever done that and they're great. ainsley: how did you get your start? you are from virginia. >> i grew up singing in front of a mirror like everybody else who wanted to be a singer. it's all i have ever wanted to do. steve: did have you hair. >> a brush. i had hair then. it was really really cool. i get to do what i love every day and that's pretty cool. brian: who was in your so-called up and coming class. you were going over famous names and you were nobody. >> like garth and kenny chesney and mcgraw. everybody kind of blew up and then they really gave me a break back recording my songs and having big hits with them. so for me that was, you know, that was my break. steve: sure. so when somebody, phil, like tim mcgraw or allen jackson records one of your songs, it's got to make you feel great. yet again you wrote it you are probably thinking that was good. but you really have to sing it like this instead.
>> you know what? i mean, i have never have anybody cut my song and just go awe, terrible. i have been really lucky because i know guys that don't like the way their songs came out. i have been lucky. these guys are pros. whether you have somebody like ken or chesney, they can cut your songs. allen is one of the greatest writers ever, pretty cool. ainsley: has a sign that says happy memorial day and on the side it says happy birthday, phil. >> thank you. ainsley: is your birthday today. >> my birthday is this weekend. i will be 27. [laughter] >> i feel good. brian: you have to play for us about an hour and come and take you live. is that okay? >> i'm ready this is great. thank you for having me today. brian: round of applause for phil vassar. ainsley: we will hear him singing coming up on the show. also coming up, the people of montana has spoken. greg gianforte wins despite body slam. if you listen to the mainstream media it was donald trump. it was president trump who
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♪ >> break overnight, republican greg giantforte dealing a blow to democrats with a special election victory. >> when you make a mistake, you own up to it. >> change this. >> i should not have responded in the way that i did and for that i'm sorry. >> guy who is in office now said very horrible things about reporters and said that reporters are the enemy of the american people? >> there is he is so much hostility frankly to the press generated by the donald trump rallies. >> everyone witness to talk about president trump, let's discuss tom perez hess discussing crusade. i get tired of it. middle america. america in general is tired of
it as well. steve: another arrest tied to terror attacks overnight. we understand they're up to 10 that they have taken into custody. >> telling steve on the way in here, if he knew what i know about terrorism he would never leave the house in the morning, yeah. but the good news, we're the finest men and women in uniform, out of uniform. >> nato's new sheriff. president trump tells he allies to pay their fair share. >> over last eight years united states spent all on defense than all other nato countries combined. >> president trump is exactly right. if they are a part of military alliance they have to step up for their defense. ♪ ♪ my next 30 years, going to
have some fun, trying to forget about the crazy things i've done ♪ ♪ maybe now i have conquered all my adolescent fears, i will do it better my next 30 years ♪ ♪ my next 30 years, i will settle all the scores, cry a little less, laugh a little more, find a world of happiness without the hate and fears, figure out just what i'm doing here in my next 30 years ♪ ♪ yeah! steve: fill vassar, he is our lead off act for the all american summer concert series this year, performing "my next 30 years." brian: first coffee. ainsley: you had the first
season? brian: my first cup in this new season. >> heck of a he day to start a summer concert series. it was pouring. ainsley: it is memorial day weekend. our troops, phil vassar does so much for the usa and troops, gone overseas too many times to count. >> men and women in afghanistan, iraq, syria, somalia, and every place in between. brian: they're watching us. steve: friday morning. geraldo always joins us in the 8:00 hour. we want your comments about the montana republican congressional candidate, greg giantforte, revealed yesterday body slammed a reporter. then last night to the shock of many he wound up winning the election. >> well the victory was not unexpected in the sense that it's a heavily-red district there in montana. also the people of montana, i
have had my share of physical altercations, they are no strangers to the more robust way of living. the incident itself i think was gigantically overblown. first of someone pushes me, i push them back. don't hold a press conference. there was excessive amount of whining woe is me. i saw "morning joe." i was looking at a clip, i had three monitors on, started going off on this thing. this guy get kicked? did he get pistol-whipped? no -- broke his grasses big deal. this is my sixth pair of glasses this year. stuff happens. get over it. whining, and to extrapolate from that incident where the fed-up politician who has been hounded by reports finally goes back give as shove here or there, extrapolate what that means donald trump is leading us down the road to physical confrontation and dividing the nation in this, with brute force is preposterous.
moreover, it is symbolic of, sim goll i can exactly the way big media treats 45th president of the united states. absolutely so women-toreum to borrow from bo dietl -- wimptorium. steve: saw it earlier, exactly what you were talking about, what causes them to do that? >> what causes the mainstream media to -- because they are so down on this president, he can do no right. everything he does. he lectured just now the nato leaders there in the summit, said pay up. i heard other commentators on other networks suggesting how painful the scene was that our president daned to lecture other heads of state about the fact that they are paying less than the promised 2% of their gdp to defense. to me, i saw it thank goodness
someone is speaking out that they should pay their fair share. that the united states spends more than all these other countries combined for our common defense. if it's a common defense, why isn't it a common burden that everybody pays their fair share. it has gotten to the point it is really toxic. you're not deep into the second within hundred days yet. this man has a giant bull's-eye on his back, president trump, they are out to got him. any misstep. brian: it will boom every -- boomerang. >> it boomeranged in montana. brian: terror, unfortunately got to tap into that. this isn't a guy angry with his girlfriend. turns you out a terrorist hiding in plain sight going to syria and back again. neighbors reported him. no security in the place. there is so much wrong, you would think it is 2000, not 2017. >> in manchester, i said, i was on the air with sean, sean hannity the night the dreadful attack happened.
it became clear this was an attack on the most vulnerable members of our society, little girls were torn to shreds by a shrapnel bomb loaded with nails and ball bearings. brian: don't forget the seven parents that were killed. >> parents were killed. i said parts of manchester were hotbeds of islamist terrorism. i was criticized for this then. six teen people caught or killed eminated from manchester. 400 citizens of the united kingdom gone abroad to syria and or iraq to receive isis training and come back to the united kingdom just like this alleged perp. there is a cancer in the society of united kingdom that has to be rooted out before it metastasizes. moss-side is at neighborhood in manchester, heavily libyan falling thedown fall of gadhafi
and destruction in north africa from the '90s on. no policing, brian. self-policing. this guy is walking around looking like, you know, the sheikh. brian: wearing black robes. >> this is town manchester, i don't know it that well, i've been there several times. many of these neighborhoods hughesed to be in gangs and guns, traditional kind of criminality, they are morph having an, diabolic effective isis digital propaganda campaign, morphing from gang bangers into jihadists. far more dangerous. why? a gang banger may rip you off to get money to buy dope or may perpetrate some criminal act for logical criminal reason. jihadist on the other hand does things like slaughter little girls. brian: for the next life. >> for the next life, whatever it is.
i think it is, really on one hand i understand how it feels, "brexit," on the other hand i caution like some of the others, this is a british-born kid who has a culture, he has a cultural trail, there is no doubt about it but he is british-born. this is british domestic problem. they have to deal with it. ainsley: they let him in. this how he repays them. talk about the leakers. president trump says they will be prosecuted to the fullest, tent of the law. brian: the leaks that leaked picture of the bomb and crime scene out early to "the new york times," they caused friction between nations. >> you know, i think about leaking, i have a picture of my friend at his desk in the oval office with a shiny shoes -- president trump, trying to do the job in oval office and he has rats scurrying over his shined shoes, rats, rats, rats. that office is infiltrated with rats. cia from the first day when they were angry at him because of the
postinaugural address at cia headquarters and fbi, and nsa. just, they leak everything they have. they use it as currency. they are seduced by reporters on expense accounts. they think they know better than whoever is in the oval office. steve: think they're seduced by reporters? i think they want to take down the president. >> that adds fuel to it, you're absolutely right, steve. not only traditional i want to pay the guy at "washington post" back or "new york times," be friendly with this publication or that, it is idealogical mission, it is a mission now to take down this man. i just think that it is so -- brian: hurting the country. >> certainly hurting the president. steve: looks likes he will open up a war room starting incomes week. >> remember who was the biggest prosecutor of leakers was barack obama. he prosecuted more leaks than any president in the history. so this is, this is trump is
doing what obama did. when obama did it don't hate it now. brian: find out doing to the nsa. >> that too. ainsley: sad news on this memorial day weekend. >> sad news, breaking news. we're just getting it in. heartbreaking news, days before memorial day, a u.s. service member killed fighting for our freedom overseas. the american hero dieing a rollover accident in syria. the military not yet releasing their identity. our thoughts and prayers with their families. breaking right now, reports of 26 people including children killed in egypt after mass gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying coptic christians. so far no one taking credit for attack. egypt still under a state of emergency following two bombing attacks on coptic churches on palm sunday. dozens killed at the hands of isis. las vegas on high alert. warns the city could be isis's next tar the get.
police alearning hotels and casinos about a credible threat. a renew video showing sin city strip encouraging attacks on soft targets. fbi working with intelligence agencies an international law enforcement as hundreds of thousands of tourists travel to las vegas this memorial weekend. in the uk, more overnight raids, hunt for terror zellman connected to the manchester intones nice. eight people are in custody. salman abedi, they say it was only matter of time for another attack. last victim 15-year-old, meghan hurley. 22 killed in the explosion including 7 junk girls. steve: jill january, thank you. this story has a lot of people outraged, a school setting aside space for muslim students to pray. is there space for christians to pray? we'll talk about that coming up. brian: the classroom.
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>> we have a level of wealth inequality that hurts everyone. we should explore ideas like universal basic income to make sure everyone has a cushion to try new ideas. ainsley: the facebook founder and ceo of facebook is mark zuckerberg as you know, advocating there for the idea of universal basic income, blaming wealth inequality for hurting the entrepreneurial spirit of america. brian: but who would more help, who -- steve: everybody just got a paycheck for not doing anything. talk to host of making money on fox business, charles payne. his idea is a standard universal income. you don't have to do anything. sit on the couch, the government will pay awe salary, no questions about it.
>> this is not the thing, first time this come up. this is old idea gathering momentum. thomas payne, wrote a book, the rights of man, talked about a universal citizens income to serve as social justice against the spread of capitalism. go from there to fdr. fdr famous for freedom speech. freedom from wont. think about that. governments should make sure we never have to fear wonting things. we get it, we never have to worry about it. interesting last night in the commencement speak zuckerberg referenced the fdr, the new deal, and the great society. it is an ideal coming around for a long time among the an lightenment class, essentially a two-parter. they argue it's a form of social justice if you will, they blanket it around the idea to mark zuckerberg's point, you know what, if people don't worry about failure they can pursue ideas. ainsley: you studied this for a long time. how is it working in other countries? >> they started a trial program
in finland. 2,000 people, 25 to 58 years old. they will get $1,000 a month. steve: no questions asked? >> no questions asked. they get the money even if they get jobs. one of the main reasons finland had to do it. they have chronic unemployment, 8%. not because there are no jobs. they admit welfare system is so lavish people won't get off it. no incentive to get off it. one other element, silicon valley pushing this, there is scientific community thing. arthur c clarke wrote 60, 70 years ago, ultimately robots will take over do the jobs so we can pursue higher, loftier goals, universal i.q.s of 200, whatever comes with that. the idea here is that, somehow we'll free up mankind, and we could all pursue happily ever after sort of thing. steve: bad news in this building they're trying to figure out how
siri could host a morning show. >> all done -- that kind of stuff i feel like is ultimately inevitable, you know, gets back to the idea, are we trying to make sloth sexy? even in america the last eight, 10 years unpresident obama, food stamp recipient, credit cards instead of food stamps, or really unleashing mankind? brian: fascinating conversation. ainsley: what do you think? send us your comments. does sloth look is being sy. >> make sloth sexy again. ainsley: look at this. this is new technology. it promises to protect against terrorism. how does it work? we're going to show you next. brian: here is phil vassar performing "i wish you were here". ♪ you want to be my bud, but i ain't looking for love, i need a good chase ♪
♪ ainsley: we have quick headlines for you. democratic leader accused of trying to erase history, forcing a civil war museum to close its doors. commissioner declemens allegedly demanding confederate farms removed from the battlefield. she is denying claims. the museum will close its doors because they can't tell the story without flags. parents criticizing shaneen high school in clifton park, new york, claiming they removed
prayer for other religions years ago. the school says they would honor her request like this for any faith. steve: thanks, ainsley. what must be done to prevent another terror attack like the within we saw in manchester? a new cutting-edge body scanner, we have the ceo of evolve technology, mike ellenbo-fan. thank you very much. one of the diabolical things, outside the security perimeter, such as it was in manchester. where would you put something like this. >> this goes outside of the front door or outside of perimeter to screen people quickly for bombs. steve: the key quickly, if you have thousands of people in arena want them to to through first. >> want them to move in quickly zip through. steve: this guy looks like he is
going to the concert. he has a secret, doesn't he? >> he does. we'll find out what it is. steve: go on through. >> so you see walked through at normal pace. system identified something. steve: all right. then if that were the case they would open up his jacket and he has a machine gun? >> exactly. steve: very good. this guy is wearing a coat. looks like a normal guy in a rain any day in new york city. according to the evolv. beep, beep. you stop him. security then takes a look and discover -- >> he is wearing completely non-metallic simulated suicide vest. so the system uses mill meet are wave, radio waves, high speed, very quickly screen people as they're walking into a venue like the concert or a train station or a public building, any place where you're trying to protect the crowd from that type of an attack. steve: your company is three years old. have you had interest from
governments or any other large municipalities installing something like this. >> we're actively working with airports, with train stations, with stadiums. government buildings, defense installations. so the system is being deployed now in a lot of these areas. steve: what is interesting the second guy with the fake bomb, it was nonmetallic. >> correct. steve: one thing i walk through and microphone and gizmo to listen to it, right there it picked it up even though it is very tiny in the back of my back. that is what you need, you don't know how big the threat is. >> that is what you need. we don't want to alarm everything you normally carry. >> don't have to take everything out of your pockets? >> just walk right there. >> interesting stuff. called evolv technology. >> thank you. >> thanks for coming in. compliments to the chef, you're under arrest. i.c.e. agent ate breakfast at a
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brian: 2:00 u.s. soldiers reenlist in their brigade that will make your stomach turn. >> do solemnly swear, to support and defend, the constitution of the united states, the constitution of the united states. ah! steve: that's great. ainsley: two fort carson soldiers falling 150 feet, speeds up to 150 miles an hour, on the tear dach till ride at colorado amusement park. the video with close to million views on facebook. steve: fantastic. millions of people tune in on the weekends to see judge jeanine pirro, the host of justice. she joins us live. good morning to you. >> good morning. brian: go ahead,.
steve: steve what do you make of the montana congressional republican candidate got tangled up with the reporter, body slammed him last night but won! >> i know. i think it is unbelievable. number one, you know my background. if it's a crime you prosecute the guy period, end of story. brian: june 7th in court. >> he is already being charged. number two, he has to take individual responsibility that ask what he did. that is a good thing. he apologized. that is all good. apologized. number three, the fact left-wing media is blaming donald trump had me jumping out of my seat. as i watched some of the news. almost as though anything that happens is donald trump's fault. we don't have individual responsibility anymore. forget about the fact that we're burning down buildings an attacking people and shutting down free speech. it is all donald trump -- this is lunacy. ainsley: anything he says they're against. anything he does they're against.
it shouldn't be surprising though that they handled it -- >> they're normalizing this crazy thinking. and to blame donald trump when the truth is that there are individuals who are committing crimes and then to take it outside of that realm is crazy. steve: we asked for comments. got a whole bunch of people. jim tweeted, the president gets all the blame, when will we get credit for good things, supreme court nominee, stock market, deportation of ms-13? ainsley: darlene wrote on facebook, what that guy did was wrong, it had nothing to do with president trump. stop trying tying everything to our president and put blame where it belongs. brian: jeanine, judge, are you support of president setting up alleged war room when he gets back to take on the attacks, not necessarily here, but when it comes to the russia probe, or his travel ban, they're talking about setting up a war room. even newt gingrich suggested bring back corey lewandoski and
dave bossy, because those people truly have your back? >> i will not question who does have his back. what i know corey and dave are street fighters. they know the game. they understand it. he needs a war room. i mean just what we're talking about now is indicative of the fact that people are out to get him. before he was actually sworn in people said we're going to impeach him. and impeachment is on the minds of everyone on the east coast and west coast. middle america, flyover states, this is stupid and it is crazy but you know what? it is time. there is no evidence of collusion with russia by donald trump or those people who are working with him. everyone says that. dni, everybody. but we're going to investigate this until the cows come home. ainsley: judge on your show you did a story, brian followed up doing a ride along out in long island about the two girls killed by ms-13 gang members, brutally killed.
it is so brutal we couldn't really give you all the details because it's a morning show but we watched your report on that. now there is a whistle-blower saying that president allowed them to cross the border. that under his administration, his watchful eye, these ms-13 gang members -- brian: known gang members. ainsley: knew about it, still let them this. >> a year ago in one of my opens we talked about the fact that i had a source that said the border patrol was questioning whether or not they could let these guys in. there are self-admitted, self-identified ms-13 gang members. they have all all the at&ts. they identify themselves. what do they do about it. in long island, where you live, brian, 38% of the homicides last 16 months are by ms-13 gang members. they are murder, incorporated. their murder is to kill, do violence and their weapon of choice was machete. those two girls, one whom mother
and father i i had on my show, they were beaten beyond recognition with baseball bats and machetes. i know it is morning show people need to understand. they were not unaccompanied minors, 16, 17-year-olds ms-13, capable of being recruited. for the obama administration saying they are suffering horrific crimes or horrific events in their country, that is baloney! brian: get your take on the whole circus story, news organization found out through freedom of information act that the nsa was spying going beyond its jurisdiction and spying on people since 2010, here's john soloman, sara carter who broke the story. they're finding out how much, how complicit the fbi was. >> this is the first time that we've actually heard that the fbi, not just the nsa, which john and i broke just several days ago. >> right. >> you know, that the fbi itself was dabbing into the database
and moving raw intelligence around that actually affected our fourth amendment rights and our privacy rights as americans. >> i think one of the things that you asked a lot of times, we hear a lot of talk in washington about all the leaks, where do you come from. the more you found out goes from nsa, fbi, from the fbi to private citizens. that is how you get a trail of leaks. if they want to stop this, they tighten it up. >> suggestion clearly there is a segment of the government that is involved in, you know, leaking information, doing investigations of people, surveilling them. and the fbi, you know, when we talk about they're doing the investigation on donald trump an all that, his campaign and his associates, i'm not sure they are the people to do it because we've got individuals within the government who are lying to us. they have lied to us before, and the first thing that donald trump needs to do is he needs to get to the bottom of the leaks.
there are those people who are part of that middle segment, that middle management, who are committing these crimes. the top looked away if they didn't order it themselves. this is crime. this is problem. brian: go to circa, find out. town hall has a story, trump administration identified three leakers in the white house. they will be fired when they come back. >> let's hope so. enough of this nonsense. ainsley: thank you, judge. steve: we'll watch this weekend. >> that's right, i will be on. steve: time for news. jillian on with headlines. >> good morning to you guys. to you at home as well the trump administration is taking care of business at the border. dhs secretary john kelly says illegal crossings are down 70% since january. he joined us earlier explaining what kind people i.c.e. agents are dealing with. >> 75% of the people great men and women of i.c.e., 75% are criminals. the other 25% are not
valedictorians of the high school class. >> secretary kelly saying quote, we definitely need the president's proposed border wall. compliments to the chef. you're under arrest? i.c.e. agents in michigan sitting down for a breakfast at a restaurant, going back to the kitchen, complimenting chef on waffles and arresting three workers. i.c.e. says two of them entered the country illegally. the other overstayed aves accept the third man was released after showing agents his permanent resident card. new york's puerto rican day parade won't back down to honor a decision of a terror group. oscar lopez released pro from prison after 35 years. his group is responsible for 100 bombings across the u.s., including one in new york city that killed three people. one of the victim as sons joins us earlier, joe connor. he is outraged. that doesn't begin to describe it. >> obama on his last days in
office, that is bad enough, but taking a terrorist, terrorist that was responsible for my father's murder, and making him a leader of a parade and hero? it is beyond the pale. >> rivera never apologized four his roles in the sfan bombings. steve: thank you very much. we started with a shower here in new york city today. it's currently dry for the all american summer con sort series. janice has a look at that, the weather and some folks here. >> what a great crowd we have. are you happy the rain stopped? [shouting] >> are you guys excited for memorial day? >> yeah! >> are you excited for the "fox & friends" summer concert series? >> yeah! >> what a crowd. we'll look at the, we'll talk to folks here for phil vassar. we're in the 50s. expecting a little rain in the forecast especially across the northeast with the fronter tall boundary.
looking for potential of severe weather across the u.s. large hail, damaging winds, isolated tornadoes are possible. as we head into the long weekend, across the east coast, eastern seaboard we'll look at potential for little bit of rain in the forecast. bring your umbrellas. we'll keep you posted at "fox & friends." what is your name. >> keith hanson. >> where are you from? >> eau claire, wisconsin. >> one more, are you guys happy to be here today? [shouting] >> "fox & friends" the place to be for the summer concert series. how about barbecue? [cheers and applause] >> what a great crowd! brian: phil will be happy about that. tell you what is coming up now. did you see what one of our gifts said earlier on "fox & friends." >> i'm a black guy sitting on fox news at 24. where else can you do that in another country coming from a teenage pregnancy? brian: why he said that.
the reaction next. steve: but first -- ainsley: here is phil vassar with, just another day in paradise. ♪ my funny face, it makes you laugh. i took the top phone and i put it back ♪ ♪ there goes the washing machine, you got it, come on, help me ♪ ♪ kick it, i will fix it, about million other things, so great, so nice, just another day in paradise, no place that i would rather be ♪ ♪ two hearts, one dream. allergy symptoms distracting you? doctors recommend taking claritin every day of your allergy season for continuous relief. claritin provides powerful, non-drowsy, 24-hour relief. for fewer interruptions from the amazing things you do every day.
steve: dr. ben carson was sitting down with armstrong williams who does a radio show over at xm sirius. brian: been kind of a mentor to ben carson. wasn't a hostile interview at all. steve: absolutely. there was a question about poverty, and the way dr. carson who is a neurosurgeon responded has a lot of people talking. listen. >> i think poverty to a large extent is also a state of mind. you take somebody who has the right mind set, you can take everything from them and put them on the street, and i guarranty you in a little while they will be right back up there. brian: you should know that ben carson came from meager means. he came from impoverished area, mom working two jobs, she was illiterate, firm with the kids they will make it on their own and they both did. ainsley: she is so proud of him. he went on to become a
neurosurgeon. he is speaking from experience. he grew you up in poverty. we interviewed lawrence jones earlier on "fox & friends to find out what he thought about this listen to what he said. >> if money was answer to everything and not just a mind-set, then 70% of the people that win the lottery wouldn't go broke or 78% of the athletes in the nfl wouldn't file for bankruptcy because they have really was not mind set that wasn't changed. it was money any. many people on the left believe if you throw the programs it will solve all the within my community or people that are in poverty. tough really educate these people, no matter what, i mean i'm a black guy sitting on fox news at 24. where else can you do that in any other country? steve: great response. his point of view, we asked you what you thought about it and jeff wrote us on facebook, he said, dr. ben carson says poverty is a state of mind. he grew up in a detroit ghetto and became a neurosurgeon. maybe he knows what he is talking about?
ainsley: mike emailed us, i grew up dirt poor in single-parent family never on welfare. my mind set i would be the one that breaks the chain of poverty and so i was. someone has to be the difference-maker. brian: j.b. writes, dr. ben carson says the mind contributes to poverty, he did not say exclusively, he said also. i don't have a clue why people have any problem with his words. no one gives dr. carson any slack. he is a an american success story in every way. steve: ten minutes before the top of the hour. ainsley: it is friday, coming up, phil vassar takes the stage once again with his brand new hit "american soul." steve: check in with shannon bream for preview of coming attraction on on the channel. >> president trump getting down to business at the g7. we'll bring you all the developments live. new raids an arrests in the manchester bombing case. we'll make sure you get you caught up. reports that the president's son-in-law has caught interest
♪ steve: it's time. ainsley: friday, y'all, this is our first concert for the summer. we have phil vassar singing quote american soul." take it away, phil. >> hit it, phil. ♪ y'all give it up for the uso troupe up here with us today. looking fabulous i must say. ♪ american soul ♪ detroit silicon valley, mustang sally, full of a lot of
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>> tomorrow "fox & friends" memorial day weekend. a mud run with all the guys. don't want to miss it. >> have a great weekend, everybody. >> bill: sounds like a big show. good morning, everybody on friday. a big day for american interests overseas, president donald trump kicks off the final leg of his first trip abroad at the g-7 summit in italy. what is his message today? how are tensions below the surface after calling out the allies and more raids overnight in great britain. split broadcast today. i'm bill hemmer live in new york city and shannon, good morning to you. >> shannon: shannon bream in washington one of the most challenging g-7 summits in years and the clash over climate change. president trump tweeted this.