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Huckabee weighs in on 'anchor baby' debate; Santorum rips GOP candidates on immigration

This is a rush transcript from "The Kelly File," August 20, 2015. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

SHANNON BREAM, GUEST HOST: Breaking tonight, the demonization of Donald Trump. As liberal news outlets slam Mr. Trump's controversial immigration plan, it seems some voters think the media is getting it wrong.

Good evening. Welcome to "The Kelly File." I'm Shannon Bream, in for Megyn Kelly.

Trump was in New Hampshire last night for his first Q&A with voters where he wasted no time -- doubling down on some of the more controversial elements of his plan, from right citizen to the wall he's proposing to build along our southern border. His supporters seemed to cheered at almost every word.

But certain news outlets have a different take, very different take. "Trump's plan would wreak havoc on U.S. society," "The Washington Post" declared in its editorial Monday. The next day, CNN published an op-ed suggesting that Trump's plan was, quote, "clueless".

Today, The New York Times took things one step further, suggesting the Republicans are now following Trump's lead to the bottom, and calling his plan, quote, "despicable".

But as we saw last night, some voters seem to have a very different opinion. Watch this.

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DONALD TRUMP, R-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: They were saying -- I was watching the characters, politicians that are running against me. You can't get Mexico to pay for the wall. You -- of course you can. They can't but they never could think of -- do you know how much Mexico is making from the United States? That's peanuts, the wall.

And then they say you can't build a wall. It's too big. It doesn't work. Well, 3,000 years ago, right, the Great Wall of China was built. We'd like to have that wall. That wall nobody gets through, that I can tell you.

In Mexico, they were complaining it doesn't work. Now they have the walls built and they say people go over the walls with the ladder. Do you know how tall the wall is? It's like this.

It's not a wall. It's a little fence. And people put up a ladder that they buy at Home Depot and go over the wall. I'm talking about a wall. See that ceiling up there? Higher.

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BREAM: Marc Thiessen, the former chief presidential speechwriter for President George W. Bush joins us in just a moment.

But first, let's go to pollster Frank Luntz, CEO of Luntz Global.

Frank, great to see you tonight. Regardless of how the mainstream media feels about how Trump is saying, you've discovered interesting things about how people really feel.

FRANK LUNTZ, LUNTZ GLOBAL: Yes. This was done in Nevada, one of the key states. We talked to swing Republicans and Democrats. Donald Trump did incredibly well.

I want to point out, three language keys to why Trump is doing so well. Number one, he talks about taking the country back. Number two, he talks about rule of law which voters across the political spectrum care about. And number three, he challenges political correctness.

Watch how high the lines go as he walks through with those key points, his position on immigration. This is one of the highest tested segments that we've found in this election so far. Take a look.

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TRUMP: I don't think I'm mean spirited. We have to get back our country. Look, our country is going down. We have to get back our country.

It's based on laws. These are illegal -- now, people like to say undocumented because that's politically correct. I don't say that. These people came in illegally. Some are excellent, wonderful, but they have to go out.

Now they can come back in, but they have to come in legally. We could even expedite the process. I think that's fine. I like that.

And then you have some really bad ones, the gangs -- you got gangs roving, hurt people, killing people. You look at what happened to Kate in San Francisco.

So, we have to be able to get the bad -- we got bad dudes out there, bad ones. And we'll get them out so fast. Let me tell you, if I'm president, we'll get this out of here so fast your head is going to spin.

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LUNTZ: And that's the issue. If he'd only not said that last sentence, we'll get them out so fast or heads are going to spin, that makes it about Donald Trump other than fighting immigration. Other than that, that was perfect communication.

BREAM: You really saw people responding there. And when you bring up issues like Kate Steinle and crimes being committed by illegals, there have been spotlight cases that have happened. He knows what he's tapping into. But what about the high per bely. Most people estimate it's impossible.

LUNTZ: The key message here is that when you focus on solving the problem, the voters are with you. But if you focus on your own participation in it, they want to know what you're going to do, not necessarily that you're going to be part of it.

And I've got another segment for you. This is one of the top ads of this election cycle. Notice how sharply the lines go up when Trump talks about how the politicians are all about talk and not about action. Take a look.

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TRUMP: I don't like what I see happening to America. The infrastructure of our country is a laughingstock all over the world, our airports, our bridges, our roadways. It's falling apart. It's a terrible thing to see.

Our politicians are all talk, no action. Millions of people are flowing across our southern border. We've got to build a real wall. With all of this, our country has tremendous potential. Let's make America great again.

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LUNTZ: The music sounded like Ronald Reagan. The reaction was like Reagan's. You never see the red line and the green lines go up in tandem. In this place, he's got the perfect message and it's one of the reasons he's doing so well.

BREAM: Yes, I wanted to ask you about, a little bit more about that, because so much of what you've shown us with regard to his comments, it's interesting to see Democrats and Republicans going up into the 60s, the 70s in agreement on a scale of 1 to 100, the party is tracking together. That is pretty rare I would imagine in much of your research.

LUNTZ: It doesn't happen. And I have to tell you it does explain. I've seen the negative on shows like this.

But you have to acknowledge what is happening right now. And it is -- it is the message and the messenger have come together and it's transcending traditional partisanship. Not only is Donald Trump doing well among Republicans, he's also doing well among independents and that's very important in a state like South Carolina where anyone can vote and it's very important in New Hampshire where the independents can participate.

BREAM: All right. Frank Luntz, always, very interesting insights. Thank you so much for breaking them down for us tonight.

LUNTZ: It's a pleasure. Thank you.

BERAM: All right. Joining me now, Marc Thiessen, a Fox News contributor and former chief presidential speechwriter for George W. Bush.

All right. Marc, he is getting a lot of accolades. He is getting cheering crowds, thousands of people showing up, tens of thousands. But on this issue of immigration, it's important for anybody looking at him, with any candidate you have to look at their history and what they've said before. All of these candidates have taken heat over evolving or flip flopping on issues.

I mean, we hear what Donald Trump is saying now. But when Mitt Romney was talking about what people were equating to self-deportation, Trump was very critical of that. He said basically it was maniacal. It was a crazy idea.

How do you explain the evolution that the voters are more than willing to embrace it although there has clearly been a change?

MARC THIESSEN, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Well, what changed since then is the lawlessness of the Obama administration. Trump is appealing to a segment of the voting bloc that is very, very frustrated with both parties in Washington and their handling of immigration.

It's not just a Republican frustration. I agree 100 percent with Trump. The Democrats -- there's 80 percent support of deporting aliens who have committed crimes. What's given rise to Trump is Obama's lawless executive action -- executive amnesty, even people who support honesty don't support by executive order.

The majority of Americans are opposed to that. The killing of Kate Steinle and Obama's refusing to crack down on the sanctuary cities that have given them sanctuary, and the revelation that the Obama administration has been releasing upwards to 30,000 convicted felons into our streets every year, people who committed kidnapping, sexual assault and even murder.

And the Republican Party has done nothing about it. So, Americans are -- there's a legitimate frustration. When Donald Trump says I'm going to take those people and send them back so fast your head could spin, that appeals to a lot of people.

BREAM: Yes, you mentioned that there is so much frustration. It's aimed in so many directions. You got it aimed at the White House, you got it aimed at the GOP Congress. They said give us the House and the Senate, we're going the change things and there's still this unfinished business, much of it on the issue of immigration.

What do you think the Democrats are feeling about this? Do you think that as the left, just railed not only on Donald Trump but on anybody who agrees with him, other contenders in the GOP 2016 field, you know, is this a win for Democrats? Because they're going to say -- and Hillary Clinton has done this repeatedly, videos and tweets, look how crazy the Republicans are, you know, they hate immigrants and they don't like minorities and no matter who you pick they're all going to be on the same page.

THIESSEN: Yes. No, I think the person quite frankly who is enjoying it the most the Barack Obama. So, Barack Obama got away with his lawless executive amnesty and sanctuary cities, policies and all the rest of it, and on top of that he successfully goaded the Republican Party into a debate that is going to alienate his views, are going to alienate Hispanics from the Republican Party for generations.

I mean, we've had, think about the situation we have right now. We have a Democrat nominee who is under investigation by the FBI, we have the weakest economic recoveries in America's history, the world is on fire, ISIS is on the rise.

Republicans are primed to take back the presidency in 2016 and what are we debating? Repealing the 14th Amendment, which is one of the greatest achievements of the Republican Party. It was even the law, the amendment by which we undid the Dred Scott decision. And that's what we're talking about. I think Barack Obama is sitting back in the White House enjoying this enormously.

BREAM: Certainly ignited a debate over the 14th amendment and what it does or doesn't mean. We'll take about that later on the show. Marc, great to see you. Thanks for joining us.

THIESSEN: Thanks, Shannon.

BREAM: Donald Trump and Jeb Bush both getting into testy exchanges with the media. And both refusing to back down.

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TRUMP: I'll use the word anchor baby. Excuse me, I use the word anchor baby.

REPORTER: Your language anchor baby, is that not bombastic?

JEB BUSH, R-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: No, it isn't. Give me another word.

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BREAM: Should they be using the term anchor baby? Fellow 2016 presidential candidate, Governor Mike Huckabee is here to weigh in live, next.

Plus, protests erupt in St. Louis after police shoot and kill a man they say was shooting a gun at them. In Ferguson, just one night earlier, a nine-year-old girl was shot and killed while sitting on her mother's bed doing her homework. Where were the protests for her? Sheriff David Clark has a powerful message.

And a Democrat lawmaker tells an emotional story about being pulled over and feeling abused by a deputy. So, the sheriff decides to pull the dash cam video. Brian Kilmeade has the story on what that happened to reveal.

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: He talked to me like I was a child. He was so rude and nasty.

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BREAM: Breaking tonight, former President Jimmy Carter confirming his cancer has spread to his brain. The cancer first showed up in his liver. He's already had surgery to remove that tumor but since then four spots of melanoma were found on his brain. He was due to have his first radiation treatment today.

President Carter's health care has been forced him to cut back on his work at the Carter Center in Atlanta. However, he says, he's optimistic saying he's ready for anything and is only in a little bit of pain.

Also breaking tonight, the media debate over the term "anchor baby" heats up after Donald Trump is called out by an ABC reporter for repeatedly saying anchor baby to describe the children of illegal immigrants born here in the U.S. It's a term that sound deemed highly offensive. It wasn't long before other Republicans on the campaign trail were asked what they think of the term. Check it out.

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REPORTER: Are you aware of the term anchor baby, that's an offensive term? People find that hurtful

TRUMP: You mean it's not politically correct and yet everybody uses it? So, you know what? Give me a different term. Give me a different term. What else would you like to say?

REPORTER: American born child of undocumented immigrants.

TRUMP: You want me to say that. OK, I'll use the word "anchor baby". Excuse me, I'll use the word anchor baby.

REPORTER: Governor, do you regret using the term anchor babies on the radio?

BUSH: No, I didn't. I don't, I don't regret it.

REPORTER: You don't regret it?

BUSH: No. Do you have a better term?

REPORTER: I'm asking you. A lot of folks find it offensive.

BUSH: You give me a better term, I'll use it. Don't yell at me mind behind my ear, though.

REPORTER: Sorry about that.

REPORTER: Your language anchor baby, is that not bombastic?

BUSH: No, it isn't. Give me another word.

REPORTER: (INAUDIBLE) undocumented immigrants in the U.S.

BUSH: That's like a seven -- that's not another word.

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BREAM: Democrat 2016 front runner Hillary Clinton quickly responded to Jeb Bush tweeting they're call babies and linked to a news story of Bush calling for greater enforcement. Clinton doubled down on her stance today, tweeting out suggested replacement terms for anchor baby, in reaction to Bush who asked earlier for a different phrase. "How about babies, children or American citizens?"

Joining now, Republican presidential candidate, former governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee.

Great to have you here, Governor.

MIKE HUCKABEE, R-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Thank you, Shannon. Nice to be here.

BREAM: What do you make of this term?

HUCKABEE: I think it's interesting Hillary Clinton would say they're called babies. And I'm thinking, Hillary, have you seen the Planned Parenthood videos? They're called babies.

And for all of these leftists who are having a big problem talking about anchor babies, I'd love for them to have a really cushion on all baby.

But the big issue is this. Why are people so angry? Are they really angry because people come to America?

No, they're angry because their economy personally has been shot to nothing. People are working part-time jobs. They're barely eking out a living. They look around and 5 million Americans have had their houses foreclosed, 5 million lost manufacturing jobs since 2000, 60,000 manufacturing plants have closed and they see they're seemingly a better opportunity for a person who comes here illegally and a person who has been working hard in America.

And so, yes, there's anger and frustration and people are just feeling it. But it's not so much anger at immigrants. It's anger at the federal government's failure to do anything to make the American Dream live for them.

BREAM: Well, and failure to do versus also, as Marc Thiessen pointed out, he thinks a lot of people are upset because of what the president has done, these executive orders in which he's sort of grandfathered people in and granted what essentially amnesty in a lot of cases.

HUCKABEE: Well, he said 23 times that he couldn't do it. He said it to Hispanic audiences. He said, I can't do that. I don't have the power. The Constitution forbids me. Then he turned around and said, you know what, I just found out, I got a pen and a phone.

And how did he go from 23 times not being able to do it to saying I can do it after all. People are frustrated that a president doesn't follow the law. Nobody should be above it, whether it's Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton having all of her e-mail stored in some Denver bathroom in a small apartment.

I mean, people are just frustrated because if they get pulled over been the cops, they're going to pay a speeding ticket. If the president of the United States acts with indifference toward the Constitution, he gets away with it. If the secretary of state and the former first lady and the leading candidate for president among the Democrats violates all of the law as it relates to keeping federal records -- well, it's just a political thing they're going after.

And, Shannon, that's why people are in a seething rage because they're tired of the duplicity of one set of rules for the elites, those who are in power and a totally different set of rules for the people, the working stiffs out there who everyday feel like they're taking anytime the teeth and they can't afford to do for their kids even what their parents could do for them.

BREAM: I want to ask you about important international developments as well, because you just got back from Israel literally this morning.

HUCKABEE: Yes.

BREAM: You met with Prime Minister Netanyahu. You talk about this Iran deal. And I know that you think the U.S. missed an opportunity to influence that region, with the green revolution in 2009, that U.S. should have been supportive of the Iranians who tried to rise up then. You're saying there's still time for democracy in Iran?

HUCKABEE: There is. We sometimes forget that on the night of September 11th, when Arab capitals all over the world, they were dancing in the streets, in Tehran, they were lighting candles, because the people of Iran are very different than the government of Iran. For 36 years, this is a rogue terrorist government that has oppressed its people, jailed the dissenters.

In 2009, the green movement rose up to try to put an end to the regime. They would have loved to have had a little encouragement from someone in the United States. President Obama went to radio silence, so did Hillary Clinton. And Iranians were murdered in the streets. We said nothing. We said plenty about the uprising in Egypt. We've said stuff about what was going on in Syria. But when it came to Iranians, we said nothing.

BREAM: Why do you think that was?

HUCKABEE: It the same kind of inexplicable reason -- why are we signing a deal with a bunch of people who have never kept a deal? This is like somebody who has been an embezzler, being convicted a dozen times of embezzling and turning your books over to let them be your accountant. Why would we possibly let the Iranians have nuclear capacity? We didn't keep them from having a bomb, just putting a longer fuse on it, so Obama is that much further when the darn thing goes off.

BREAM: How worried is the prime minister, did you gather?

HUCKABEE: I'm careful not to disclose, because it was a personal confidential conversation. I've known the prime minister for 20 years. And he's been a long friend.

As I say to people within I wasn't there to get his endorsement. He's endorsing no one. I was there to endorse him because I think his voice is an important one to listen to. The people of Israel are not timid or afraid. They're been through so much.

So, these aren't people who are shaking in their boots. But those are people who are realists. They know what it's like to have people who threaten to kill them. They take it seriously when a government for 36 years says we're going to wipe you off the face of the earth and says to America we're going to bring death to America.

BREAM: You and I have a lot more to talk about, so how about we do it on "FOX NEWS SUNDAY", I'm filling in for Chris. We'll see you there on Sunday.

HUCKABEE: It's a deal. I'll see you Sunday.

BREAM: Thanks, Governor.

HUCKABEE: All right.

BREAM: All right. New information tonight on a Black Lives Matter activist who is being accused of pretending to be black. What his family is now coming forward to say about the controversy over his racial identity.

Plus, reality star Josh Duggar personally weighing in on claims that he's a paid member of the adultery website Ashley Madison. What he's saying today.

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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: This is the story of my family, we're the Duggars. That's me, I'm Michelle, there's Jim Bob, my wonderful husband --

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BREAM: Developing tonight, a big update to a story we first told you about last night, involving a prominent activist in the Black Lives Matter movement. Yesterday, a report surface alleging Sean King, who claimed to be biracial, was lying about his ethnicity and that he was born to two white parents.

Now, a member of King's family has come forward confirming those allegations to another cable network.

For his part, King said he's never lied about his race on a comment on Twitter yesterday.

New development to night in another sex scandal involving Josh Duggar, as Duggar himself weighs in on the allegations surfacing this week that he paid nearly $1,000 to use an infamous adultery website Ashley Madison.

Trace Gallagher is live in our West Coast newsroom with the story -- Trace.

TRACE GALLAGHER, FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT: Shannon, there are two separate reports that claim Josh Duggar had two separate accounts on Ashley Madison, including one where he paid top dollar to get a guaranteed affair or his money back. Now, Duggar has issued two separate statements. He doesn't mention Ashley Madison in either one but admits that he cheated and called himself the biggest hypocrite ever.

Quoting, "While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the Internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife."

In the second statement he admits to cheating but left out the pornography addiction.

Back in May, Duggar admitted to molesting five girls while he was a teenager, including his sisters. At the time, his wife Anna said she had known about the molestation prior to them getting married but that her husband had received counseling. Anna Duggar has not commented this time around.

But Josh Dugger's parents posted a comment saying their hearts were broken when they learned of their oldest son's discretion. They had been the stars of TLC's "19 Kids and Counting" which was canceled in the wake of the molestation scandal.

Josh Duggar was the executive director of the Family Research Council, a conservative lobbying group that champions family values.

And Ashley Madison may not be the end of it. "Radar Online" reports that Josh Duggar also had a Facebook account under a different name whose friends included strippers and lingerie models -- Shannon.

BREAM: All right. We'll see where this goes. Trace, thank you very much.

Is the reality star now known as Caitlin Jenner heading to jail? The bombshell development involving Jenner's role in a fatal car crash.

Plus, protests erupt in St. Louis after police shoot and kill a man they say was pointing a gun at them. Just one night earlier, in nearby Ferguson, a 9-year-old was shot and killed while sitting in her mother's bedroom. Where are the protests for her?

Sherriff David Clark is next with some advice for the Black Lives Matter movement.

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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: We have to keep thinking about just the blessed opportunity that we had to encounter her presence.

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BREAM: Breaking tonight, police in St. Louis are calling for calm following protests over a suspect who was shot and killed after police say he allegedly ran out of the house and pointed a gun at them. His death came shortly after a nine-year-old girl in nearby Ferguson was shot in her mother's bed while she was doing home work. But there were no protests over her. Trace Gallagher reports from our west coast newsroom. Hello, Trace.

TRACE GALLAGHER, LOS ANGELES: Shannon, we should note there is no sign so far tonight of the animosity that filled North St. Louis last night, when protesters threw bricks and bottles at police who used shields to protect themselves and teargas to disperse the angry crown. During the unrest, local businesses were robbed and at least one car was set on fire. The violence was in response to police shooting an 18-year-old armed suspect. Officers were serving a search warrant looking for a group of violent felons when police approached the house, two young black men ran out the back. Police pursued and claimed one of the suspects turned and pointed a gun. The officers opened fire killing the 18-year-old Monsour Balbe, who they say was in possession of a stolen gun. The other suspect fled and is still at large. Inside the house, police found more weapons and crack cocaine. The shooting came one year and ten days after the shooting death of Michael Brown which started the black lives matter movement. And while the protests raged in St. Louis, in Ferguson, there is little to no reaction to the death of a nine-year-old Jamila Bolden, who was fatally shot while doing home work on her mother's bed. The girl's mother was also shot and wounded. The motive for the attack remains unclear and there are no suspects. Here is the sergeant who responded to the call.

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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: As a mother, of course I was hurt. There's a child that's laying there defenseless and someone did this to her. So my main objective here was to get her to a hospital, start the investigation so we can find out who did this.

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GALLAGHER: And we're hearing tonight of a small tribute to the nine-year- old. This Facebook picture of Sean Williams holding up a sign that says stand up for Jamila Bolden. Mr. Williams is apparently a stranger who wants police to find her killer, aside from that, no protests, no gathering, no outrage, Shannon.

BREAM: All right, Trace, thank you so much.

Here now with reaction, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, Sheriff, good to have you with us tonight.

SHERIFF DAVID CLARKE, MILWAUKEE COUNTY WISCONSIN: Thanks. It's my pleasure.

BREAM: I come from the camp as I think you do that all lives matter. You hate to see any lives lost here. But we've got a little girl and it doesn't seem like there's the outrage over losing her.

CLARKE: The social order has collapsed in many major urban ghettos across the nation. And I think we're seeing it again in St. Louis. It's very unfortunate. I think this is exhibit A. I've renamed this movement from black lives matter to black lies matter. Because this movement tries to make it seem like the police are the problem. We see this black on black crime going just continually. Not too far from the scene where the nine- year-old was. A Tuskegee airman 93 years old was held up at gunpoint. There was a bullet-riddled building nearby and other homicides, and you didn't see this mob really gather out and demand that something, you know, within the black community be done to change this. They want to make it about the police. This has been nothing more than what happened with this nine-year-old, just an inconvenience for this group to try to keep the focus on the anti-police movement going on across America. And it is having devastating consequences for good law abiding black people.

BREAM: Do you think there's a way to have a beneficial conversation within the black community? Because people outside that are going to say we're not the ones who can go in and talk about black on black violence, effectively we're not a part of that community. But it's an important topic. Do you think it's possible within that community to have a meaningful conversation on that?

CLARKE: Well, I would like to think that there is, but I haven't seen any indication of it. Because this whole black lies movement is dominating the conversation, they're dominating the stage right now, they're trying to make this about the police. The police are the one of the few things that's right in St. Louis, Missouri, one of the few things that are right in Ferguson, Missouri, and until the mainstream media -- because they've been the propaganda wing for this movement. Until the liberal mainstream media stops fanning the flames of racial division, and stops giving the microphone stage, if you will, to this mob, they're going to continue to drown out the people who really need to step up and who really can make a difference in the American ghetto.

BREAM: Do you think this group though has some legitimate concerns that need to be addressed? They say that they're young people and their communities grow up with a fear of law enforcement officers, they point to incarceration rates, they say they're much higher than the general population. Are there legit issues there that we can talk about as well as the other within the community?

CLARKE: Here's a legitimate issue that I see. The police are authority figures in their community. Whether people like it or not, they're authority figures and you have to treat them with respect. Young black men are going to have to realize that authority figures have to be respected. You cannot point a gun at a police officer and expect nothing to happen. You cannot, you shall not, and you will not point a firearm at a law enforcement officer. So the other thing that is talked about -- I'm not seeing any data to suggest that any of that is true. The use of force by police across the nation is down considerably and has been over the last ten years. The use of deadly force by police against black males is very rare. As a matter of fact, more white males are killed in confrontations with law enforcement officers than black males. And it's by nearly two to one margin. So all I'm saying is that I'm not seeing anything to suggest that there's any legitimacy to these claims being made. This is a political movement now, and this is going to go on I think all through the 2016 election to help mobilize the black vote. But it's coming like I said at a heavy toll to the good law abiding black people all across America.

BREAM: Let's hope they find the person responsible for the Jamila Bolden's death. Sheriff, thank you very much.

CLARKE: They're not helping either, are they? It's the police out there looking for the killer.

BREAM: Let's hope it's solved for her and her mother.

All right, up next, Brian Kilmeade is here on today's hot topics, including a Texas lawmakers claim that he was mistreated during a traffic stop. Well, there's some dash cam video -- might not fit with his story.

Then, the first two women to pass army ranger school open on about making history and what it takes to follow in their footsteps. We'll see if Brian can do it.

And a new attraction is turning heads in Times Square, it's got everyone talking.

Plus, why Goonies might need to find a new place to do the truffle shuffle.

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: First you got to do the truffle shuffle. Come on. Do it. Come on. Do it!

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BREAM: Developing tonight, Caitlin Jenner is facing the very real possibility of misdemeanor manslaughter charges, stemming from deadly a crash she was involved in back February. Authorities say she was not driving safely when her SUV rear-ended a Lexus sending it into the path of a Hummer. You'll remember the driver of the Lexus died. The district attorney is expected to make a final decision on charges next week.

Also developing tonight, there's growing outrage aimed at a Texas lawmaker who is spearheading a state investigation into the death of Sandra Bland in Texas in a jail last month. That lawmaker claims he was mistreated by a sheriff's deputy during a recent traffic stop.

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Talked to me like I was a child. He was so rude and nasty.

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BREAM: Well, the newly released dash cam video suggests that may not be the whole truth. Joining us now, Brian Kilmeade who has Co-Anchored a lot of shows today, including Fox and Friends and the Five, he also hosts Kilmeade and Friends on the Radio, which I might add is pretty entertaining.

BRIAN KILMEADE, CO-HOST, "FOX & FRIENDS": And you're one of our finest guests ever.

BREAM: Right. Hey it's great to have you here. Listen, this guy made this allegation at a formal meeting. While the sheriff's department said let's go pull the dash cam video. And here you can see some of, very cordial. It's got the wording, there's no yelling, there's no belittling, in fact the guy was going 94 in a 75, and he didn't even get a ticket.

KILMEADE: Yeah I mean to set the scene -- Sheriff Clarke left, I was talking to him in the green room, talked about it's so hard to be a law enforcement officer today from coast to coast because of the attitude. We see it again. Now we're using blanket statement to describe what cops are like in Texas. So they're having a hearing about Sandra Bland. As you know, she killed herself after a traffic stop. And this lawmaker Garnett Coleman decides to take that opportunity to say, same thing happened to me. I was pulled over, I was treated like a child, and I was treated by a rude and nasty police officer. So out comes Sheriff Jack Perez, he goes I have an idea, I was the officer, why don't we watch the video and you make the call. And the call showed a sheriff who is exceedingly polite, got him off the ticket, despite he was going 30 miles an hour -- this is the second time he's been caught doing it. He didn't like the way he was talked to. Even after seeing this video and we all conclude the same thing as you watch the text, that he treated him fine and that's way you do it when you're speeding, he says, you can't tell me how to feel. That's still how I felt. I felt belittled. I felt put down.

BREAM: Well, you know what I don't like is when you get the tickets by camera. You can't argue with that. Here they had a conversation and the guy gets off with no ticket.

KILMEADE: Right and again what is it -- disrespect towards an officer. So people see that, they get pulled over, I'm going to give them an attitude.

BREAM: All right. Speaking of people who could probably give you some attitude and me too, these two females who made it through ranger school, let's hear from them because they're making history.

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CAPT. KRISTEN GRIEST, U.S. ARMY: I definitely had some low points particularly in the swamps in Florida, but I never actually thought anything was going to be too difficult that it was worth leaving the course.

1ST LT SHAYE HAVER, U.S. ARMY: There's definitely a point you hit along the way, doesn't matter where it is, it's all different for everybody else, but the ability to look around to my peers and see that they were sucking just as bad as I was kept me going.

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BREAM: Ok, these are some bad mama jamas as I like to call them. You have to do 49 pushups, 59 sit-ups, a 5 mile run in 40 minutes, 6 chin-ups, a swimming test, a land navigation test, a 12-mile march in three hours, optical courses, four days of mountaineering, three parachute jumps, and simulated air soft in combat patrols. On that list how many can you do, and don't lie?

KILMEADE: I did them all right before I came here. I apologize for that. I did have to take a shower and I still have mud on me. We have some footage -- we don't have the footage. I'll have to go on.

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BREAM: You shouldn't have wiped your server.

KILMEADE: Sixty two a day course, nineteen women started, only two completed it. Now the question is will they be allowed to serve in the Special Forces, because right now women don't do it. This is an experiment to see. We had General Boykin on today and he said look, I'm not going to put down any women, but the dynamics of the unit will be affected negative. It should be the way it is. This is not the army. It's not the place for social experiments. So there is some debate inside.

BREAM: I'm going to arm wrestle you.

KILMEADE: But you wonder Shannon, if everything is working well with the Special Forces, can we leave them alone and work on other stuff as much as I salute these fine women.

BREAM: I'm going to arm wrestle you after this commercial. And we will keep video of that.

Ok, there are naked people in Times Square.

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BREAM: About a block from here. The mayor is talking about getting rid of the areas where you see Elmo, Batman and apparently naked woman.

KILMEADE: Right. So if there's crime on the streets, let's rip up the streets. You have naked woman who are painted not naked.

BREAM: That is naked.

KILMEADE: It's nothing but skin and latex. They're covered.

BREAM: Covered with paint?

KILMEADE: Yes.

BREAM: That's not clothing.

KILMEADE: When you walk by you see a dirty Elmo and a very disturbing big bird. Now you see women who work out once a week tops, painting themselves and wanting to take pictures with the tourists. The mayor is obsessed with this and so is the subcommittee. My feeling is can we get the homeless into shelters. Can we stop the violent crime and let the basically argumentatively naked women do their thing. This is not a priority. He wants to rip up the city there -- in Times Square because he can't get the women out.

BREAM: My thing is that I love the story quoted Elmo and Batman weighing in against this plan. I love it.

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BREAM: Very quickly, the Goonies house where truffle shuffle happed, 1985 movie, I know that you weren't even born yet, but a very popular movie, the woman says 1,500 people a day are still showing in front of her house so she can't even live there.

KILMEADE: It's a land mark thing going on in Oregon, it's the 30th anniversary. So a lot of people are paying attention. And now the woman has had it. She's closed -- if you want to blend into a neighborhood, let's get some blue burlap. No one will ever see us.

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KILMEADE: My feeling is this is something -- this is a youthful movie when a group of people get upset because they're forced from a place so they can build a golf course. So kids find a treasure map, and with that treasure map they're going to find a treasure, and beat the bad guys and keep the neighborhood. I hate to give away the ending.

BREAM: Are you reviewing the movie now?

KILMEADE: It brings people back to their youth and that's why they have to see the house. My feeling is, don't buy an iconic house if you don't want people -- that's why I don't live in Mt. Vernon. There are too many tourists walking through. That's why I don't live in the Amityville horror house.

BREAM: The Silence of the Lambs house is for sale.

KILMEADE: Right.

BREAM: I would never live there.

KILMEADE: We should learn from this, Shannon.

BREAM: All right. I've learned a lot from you.

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BREAM: Arm wrestling during the commercial.

Up next, Senator Rick Santorum joins hot off the heels of his policy speech today on immigration. He took a jab at fellow Republican Presidential Candidate Ted Cruz, and that's not all, we're going to find out why he's targeting the Texas Senator when we come back.

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RICK SANTORUM, R-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Unlike some who are running for President today, I was never a member of a Senate gang. Because I understood amnesty was not a solution. Whether it was the path to citizenship and the Gang of Eight Bill, or the right to a permanent work permit supported by Ted Cruz and others, in any event, it is amnesty.

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BREAM: That was Republican Presidential Candidate, Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum earlier today, calling out some of his fellow GOP competitors on their immigration policies. The Presidential Candidate joins us now, Senator, great to see you tonight.

SANTORUM: Thank you so much, Shannon. Good to be with you.

BREAM: All right. So let's talk about your criticism of Senator Ted Cruz. You say that he is -- the increase of H1V visas, this is for highly skilled workers to come here. And a lot of folks who are worried about immigration, this is one of their points as they is forcing American workers out of the specialized jobs. You say that Senator Cruz has it wrong because he wants to increase those.

SANTORUM: In fact, he had an amendment to the Gang of Eight Bill that increased that number by fivefold. This is a huge increase to a category of visas that we're hearing all over the place. You probably saw Disney hired a bunch of folks on this H1V program and fired all these American workers. Southern California, Edison, not only did they fire a bunch of people in this H1V program but they had those people come. They had American workers train them and then they fired the workers and put these folks into replace them. So this program has been really abused and it is not for highly skilled workers. Most of the workers come in are just college graduates. They're programmers and there is a surplus of programmers, Americans who want to do those jobs. So again, I think there's a lot of rhetoric that is being talked about out there about how tough some people are on immigration, and the record doesn't match it up. I put forth a plan that actually is going to secure the border, is going to eliminate illegal immigration in this country, and in fact reduce illegal immigration to help American workers get better jobs and a rise in pay.

BREAM: Are you worried about taking that position? Because it's enough that the GOP field is taking a lot of people talking about cracking down on illegal immigration, but you're one of the only ones out there saying you think legal immigration needs to be shut down I think by 25 percent from where it is now?

SANTORUM: That's still by the way at the end of that 25 percent would be the highest level prior to the last 20 years in the history of this country. So we're talking about really going back to historic highs as opposed to this period of time where we see 25 years now. American wages of working people. Wages of working people in the last 25 years has gone up 4 cents a year. And we brought in 35 million legal and illegal immigrants to compete against those very workers. I think it is important that at least somebody in this field stands up for the American worker. Not for the business people who are looking for cheaper wages. Not for the Democrats who care only about politics and votes. But someone who is for the American worker who is going to stand up and say we're going to limit the number of legal and illegal's in this country so people can have good jobs, good wages, and support their families.

BREAM: You have a plan out early. It is very detailed. Folks can check it out online. Senator Santorum, great to see you tonight and we'll see you out on the campaign trail.

SANTORUM: Thank you very much, Shannon. Ricksantorum.com is the website.

BREAM: All right. And we will be right back on "The Kelly File."

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BREAM: What did you think of tonight's show? Go to Facebook.com/thekellyfile. Tell us what you think. So far on my Twitter feed, you all are in love with Brian Kilmeade, you loved having him on the show even though I beat him in the arm wrestling. He left here to go see the naked women in Times Square, more on that. Thanks for watching. I'm Shannon Bream. This is "The Kelly File."

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