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A divided nation seeks to recollect the teachings of 9/11. We take pause this hour.

And massive adjustments for the royal household after the loss of life of the Queen.


KING CHARLES III, UNITED KINGDOM: Queen Elizabeth was a life well-lived, a promise with future stored and she or he is mourned most deeply in her passing.

BREAM (voice-over): King Charles addresses a nation mourning Queen Elizabeth after her unprecedented 70 years on the throne.

As tributes pour in from across the globe, questions rise about how the brand new monarch will reign.

U.S. ambassador to the UK, Jane Hartley, joins us to speak in regards to the Queen’s legacy and her particular relationship with the U.S.

Then, from Floor Zero to Shanksville to the Pentagon, America pauses to recollect a nation underneath assault and the way it got here collectively.


BREAM: And the darkish days and weeks that adopted.

Now, 20 years later, the nation faces a crimson scorching political local weather resulting in midterms. We’ll talk about the state of democracy with Republican Sen. Tim Scott, who will share his name for unity in America. And with Democratic Sen. Jon Tester, chair of the Veterans Affairs Committee who has led efforts to assist post-9/11 fight victims.

Scott and Tester, solely on “FOX Information Sunday.”

Plus, the newest on the particular grasp combat between the Division of Justice and President Trump’s authorized staff. We’ll ask our Sunday panel what it means for the investigation into paperwork held at Mar-a-Lago.

And five-time World Sequence champion pitcher Andy Pettitte on his work supporting our nation’s heroes.

All, proper now, on “FOX Information Sunday.”


BREAM: And hey once more from FOX Information in Washington.

At this time, People mark 21 years because the deadliest terrorist assault on American soil killed almost 3,000 folks and numerous others in its aftermath.

It is a stay have a look at the Pentagon, the place later this hour, President Biden pays tribute to these misplaced on 9/11.

In the meantime, the nation joins Britain in mourning Queen Elizabeth II who died Thursday at 96. A stay look now at Buckingham Palace the place Britons are marking the most important change to their storied monarchy in seven many years. In an announcement, the White Home noting the queen stood in solidarity with america throughout our darkest days after 9/11 when she poignantly reminded us that grief is the worth we pay for love. 

In a second, we’ll ask U.S. Ambassador to the UK, Jane Hartley, in regards to the relationship between the U.S. and the U.Ok.

However we start in staff protection, Martha McCallum is stay in London with extra on the top of an period for the world’s longest serving monarch.

However, first, to FOX Information senior correspondent Eric Shawn stay from Decrease Manhattan.

Hi there, Eric.


It has been 21 years, but it surely appears as if not at some point has passed by, as once more we collect right here on the former Floor Zero, now the 9/11 Tribute Museum and Memorial to honor and keep in mind. There may be acquainted sights and sounds that now we have seen over the past many years, the federal government officers, the survivors, the primary responders and members of the family of the victims honoring those that had been killed right here by radical Islamic terrorism.

There will likely be as at all times, the 4 moments of silence when the 2 jetliners hit each towers and when these two gleaming towers crumbled to the bottom. There will likely be studying of the names of the victims that’s ongoing proper now, 2,963 folks killed by radical Islamic terrorism.

Vice President Harris, Legal professional Common Merrick Garland are right here to honor those that died and to recollect. Vice President Harris has arrived, we perceive, down in Washington. President Biden will likely be on the Pentagon, as you mentioned. And First Girl Jill Biden will likely be marking the ceremonies in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, to mark the place United Flight 93 crashed.

The many years haven’t diminished our reminiscences or for a lot of, the ache. We’re reminded that the Taliban has taken over the Afghanistan and in addition that the Biden administration killed al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in July, that the risk stays, that the philosophy continues to be with us.

Tonight, the tribute and light-weight will soar into the sky, the 2 gleaning towers of sunshine that evoke the vanished towers, remind us all, not simply of what we misplaced, however the risk that also exists — Shannon.

BREAM: Eric Shawn reporting from New York — Eric, thanks a lot.

We flip now to the anchor of “The Story”, Martha MacCallum stay in London, across the clock.

Good to see you, Martha.

MARTHA MACCALLUM, “THE STORY” ANCHOR: Good to see you, Shannon. Congratulations in your inaugural program. It is fantastic with you. I want you an extended and pleased tenure on this spot.

We’re protecting this story all all through the times to return. The funeral is now scheduled. Will probably be per week from Monday and I am reminded listening to Eric Shawn’s report, of September thirteenth, 2001, when the Queen in a usually form of sensible and gracious transfer took that second to permit the enjoying of the U.S. nationwide anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner” outdoors at Buckingham Palace for all those that are gathered.

It was an awfully shifting second. Brits had tears streaming down their faces, as did members of the U.S. who’re expats right here as nicely. And it was very typical of her grace and her understanding of the second. And I believe that is why folks discuss her integrity, her dignity, it is precise examples like that, that constructed collectively that popularity.

And in the present day, we began the day along with her coffin’s exit from the gates of Balmoral, a favourite house of leisure for her, within the highlands in Scotland, the place the place she had gone since she was a bit lady, along with her sister Margaret and her dad and mom, the queen mom and King George VI. She cherished her skill to be free there, to stroll the highlands, to go mountaineering, and all the actions — the barbecues on the edges of the river that she liked to have along with her household, that prolonged right through this summer season.

And she or he labored till the very finish. We realized some new particulars this morning about her last days. She had dinner with household at Balmoral on Monday night. Tuesday, we all know she met with Liz Truss. On Wednesday, she was informed that she couldn’t — her docs didn’t need her to participate in a digital assembly with the privy council.

And we additionally know that previously, she mentioned that she wished to work till the very finish and she or he felt, she mentioned, , once I cease, I drop. And she or he did work till that final second. Now we have that fantastic image of her with Liz Truss, smiling along with her kilt on at Balmoral.  

And proper now lovely aerial pictures of her casket because it travels by the countryside, making its approach towards Edinburgh the place it ought to be a few hours from now, Shannon.

One simply final thing, Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace, these are the crowds that you just see gathered on the best hand aspect of your display screen. He’s assembly with representatives of the commonwealth about the way forward for his management with that commonwealth and attempting to cement these relationships, which have been underneath fairly a little bit of pressure in recent times, Shannon.

BREAM: Yeah, such a giant a part of the dialog shifting ahead.

Martha, thanks very a lot. We will persist with you for continued protection for days to return. Thanks, Martha.

Becoming a member of me now, U.S. ambassador to the UK, Jane Hartley.

Ambassador, welcome to “FOX Information Sunday”.

JANE HARTLEY, U.S. AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED KINGDOM: Thanks very a lot for having me.

BREAM: So, I need to replicate again on that second that Martha introduced up as we right here within the U.S. are remembering 9/11 in the present day, but additionally that second that was so necessary when the Queen broke with 600 years of custom and protocol to do that at Buckingham Palace.


BREAM: I keep in mind being so touched by that on the time it occurred and nonetheless brings a tear to my eye.

What do you say in regards to the legacy of the Queen, not solely the connection she had along with her folks, however how a lot she meant to us right here within the States?

HARTLEY: Uh-huh. Effectively, I keep in mind that day additionally, as a result of I am a New Yorker and I used to be in New York that tragic, tragic day. And I additionally need to give my condolences to the households of 9/11 in the present day. 

However I do keep in mind that second. I used to be there. And I believe it spoke lots. It confirmed the Queen’s kindness. And she or he was very form, delicate girl who I believe liked America and I believe America — America liked her proper again.

And it is superb being right here throughout this. I obtained right here a few months in the past and she or he welcomed me to Buckingham Palace with an enormous quantity of kindness and cared deeply in regards to the particular relationship. And I’ve been an envoy earlier than, and I’ll let you know, this relationship is powerful and actually it’s the primary relationship, fairly completely different than now we have with different nations.

BREAM: Completely. So, she serves a twin function, it wasn’t simply as monarch, but additionally the top of the Church of England. And far have been not too long ago mentioned about her statements that had been very private about her religion.

“Christianity At this time” speaking about that, put it this manner, they are saying: Half princess and half pope, each guardian and great-grandmother, diplomat and disciple, her majesty the Queen was the calm that carried on, stabilizing her nation and Commonwealth throughout tumultuous intervals of historic change and technological development.

It is loopy to suppose over 70 years time how a lot the world modified, know-how simply being a part of that, tradition and so many different issues. What sort of legacy do you suppose she leaves behind?

HARTLEY: Effectively, simply when it comes to the 70 years, if I may touch upon that for one minute, her first prime minister was Winston Churchill, and he was born in 1874. Her final prime minister was Liz Truss, who was born in 1974. I imply, it’s actually fairly unimaginable.

And I’m the second feminine ambassador in London, the primary after 50 years. And once I consider what a job she performed as a girl 70 years in the past, it is why I believe there may be a lot respect and admiration for her.

BREAM: And I do know that you just had been there, as you talked about, through the jubilee, and it appeared such a present that whereas she was alive and nicely sufficient to see the good love, the good respect, the tributes that had been flowing out to her at the moment, , we additionally suppose how extra not too long ago we noticed her smiling and extra open.

We expect again on the 2012 Olympics and the truth that she was a part of the ceremonies, and that video that was so humorous that portrayed her as if she had been truly leaping out of a — parachuting out of a helicopter with James Bond. It was sort of cheeky. It was a number of enjoyable.

I do know you in all probability had an opportunity to see that aspect of her as nicely.

HARTLEY: I did. I solely — I solely met her as soon as, noticed her as soon as, once I was presenting credentials at Buckingham Palace, but it surely actually was, it was an interesting expertise, clearly. It was the day — it was hottest day in London historical past, in order that they could not ship the horse and carriage as they usually do. In her kindness, she despatched her personal automobile.

After which the viewers was, , very policy-oriented, very, , substantive, as a result of she cared lots in regards to the problems with the day and was very well-informed. However then she was very pleased I had my canine with me, and we had a bit chat about that. And she or he simply — she had a beautiful humorousness.

However the factor that you just began this program and I commend you for doing it, her sense of responsibility, her sense of responsibility to a rustic and an establishment for 70 years. We simply do not see that a lot anymore.

And I believe — even her final assembly, she met with Liz Truss to ask her to kind a authorities three days earlier than she died, , fulfilling her dedication to this nation that so long as she lived, she would serve, I discover that so admirable and I’ve — I’ve simply a lot respect for her.

BREAM: Uh-huh. It’s extremely inspiring, and one of many issues that she did was thread this very cautious needle to be apolitical as a monarch there within the U.Ok.

“Wall Road Journal” editorial board put it this say. They are saying: She eschewed politics in a approach her son and inheritor Charles has discovered tough to do. Her private views on the necessary political questions of her reign, from Suez disaster to Brexit, remained unknown for a few years after occasions and typically to today.

Ambassador, we nonetheless do not know the way she felt about a number of the scorching button points. King Charles has now mentioned that he’ll change the way in which he has overtly supported progressive points shifting ahead now as a monarch.

How necessary was it to the Queen’s legacy that she was in a position to be so atypical on robust issues and how much problem does that current now for the king?

HARTLEY: Effectively, I do suppose it was essential as a result of actually what she was right here was a — a stability, a dignity, and albeit a beacon of hope, beacon of hope throughout some very tough occasions over her 70 years. She was not one get together or the opposite. She was not politics.

However I do suppose listening to the king’s remarks the opposite evening, they had been – – his mom would have been proud. They had been stuffed with service and responsibility and dignity.

You realize, he should chart his personal course. He’s clearly a hyperlink to the previous and a bridge to the long run, however I’ve been so impressed with him in these previous couple of days.

BREAM: And we talked about simply months in the past she had the enjoyment of the jubilee and now her folks there are celebrating but additionally mourning her. Are you able to give us a way of the transition and the way persons are dealing that with that within the U.Ok. this morning?

HARTLEY: Yeah, it’s extremely unhappy. When her loss of life was introduced, I used to be at Winfield Home, which is the house of the U.S. ambassador right here, and I had workers each U.Ok. and American workers there, and when it was introduced, instantly everyone — everyone actually burst into tears.

And by some means there was this sense that everyone, regardless that you knew it was coming, by some means it nonetheless appeared too quickly. So I believe — I believe the nation is heartbroken. She additionally, as a result of 70 years, she’s touched so many individuals and she or he was out in communities and she or he cared about folks.

So, everyone you meet has a narrative that — , I used to be there once I was 12, I shook her hand. I noticed her 4 months in the past up in Scotland.

So, , it’s extremely private. It’s extremely private for this nation and I completely perceive it. I’ve revered her as a girl for very very long time, and I really feel a bit heartbroken myself.

BREAM: Uh-huh. Ambassador Hartley, thanks on your time. Please let of us know our ideas, our hearts, our prayers are with the UK this morning. Thanks.

HARTLEY: Thanks a lot.

BREAM: Up subsequent, we will converse to lawmakers from either side of the aisle about nationwide unity — is it doable? — the president’s agenda and the grueling midterms, forward as “FOX Information Sunday” remembers this September eleventh.


BREAM: It is a day every year when many People replicate on how unified we felt as we confronted terror.

And this 12 months, unity seems to be in shorter provide as a polarized Washington rushes into the ultimate two months of midterm elections. This morning, we’ll speak to members of the Senate, Jon Tester of Montana, however first to Tim Scott in South Carolina. He is the creator of the brand new e book, “America: A Redemption Story.”

Senator, welcome again to “FOX Information Sunday.”

SEN. TIM SCOTT (R-SC): Thanks, Shannon. And congratulations in your inaugural present. It’s about time you took the lead right here and I am excited to see you doing it.

BREAM: Thanks a lot. We’re honored to have you ever with us on this inaugural program.

So, let me ask you about that e book, as a result of unity is a giant factor.

SCOTT: Yeah.

BREAM: It is one thing President Biden additionally dedicated to, as a candidate and early on his presidency. However that is extra just like the sound he is been giving us recently. Here is what he mentioned this week.

OK. I will let you know what he mentioned. He says: Excessive MAGA Republicans simply do not threaten our private financial rights, they embrace political violence.

Professor Jonathan Turley mentioned this on his weblog. He mentioned: We’re experiencing a close to whole failure of management in our nation. Politicians on either side are fuelling rage for private and political benefit.

Senator, we have been speaking in regards to the unity we felt within the wake of 9/11, however right here we’re 21 years later. Is it a pipedream to essentially suppose we will get to some sort of unity?

SCOTT: By no means, Shannon. The excellent news is America at all times comes collectively after the disaster. I name it the aftermath mentality, whether or not it is 9/11, essentially the most unified time I’ve seen in American historical past, otherwise you have a look at South Carolina after the Mom Emanuel taking pictures, this state got here collectively and now we have African-People and Whites and Hispanics all at a bridge, 20,000 robust, displaying the unity of our state.

I imagine that we’re essentially the most distinctive folks on Earth and we do unify after the disaster. The query is, can now we have the kind of management that unifies us and not using a disaster?

And what now we have not seen from the Biden administration is that sort of unifying message that folks rally round. Why on this planet would now we have a dialog about placing the burden of essentially the most prosperous folks with scholar mortgage debt on to the again of the least lucky, those that by no means went to varsity? Why would now we have a dialog about zero p.c inflation when in actual fact it is 8.5 p.c? And why would now we have the president of america ship a soul-crushing speech that was pointless, polarizing and inflammatory?

Now we have achieved higher. We’ll do higher. And that is why elections have penalties.

BREAM: Effectively, I will ask your counterpart throughout the aisle about that developing in only a minute.

However let’s speak in regards to the midterms as a result of of us are going to have to decide on sides there. Pew Analysis has out new polling that exhibits for registered voters, the issues they care, about essential points to them. The financial system is on the prime of the checklist, not shocking.

However amongst a key constituency, “Politico” now has this headline: They’re getting killed amongst girls. Skeptical feminine voters stand in the way in which of GOP Senate. Republicans” possibilities of retaking the Senate majority are diminishing because of abortion.

You are unabashedly pro-life. You signed on to a short to the Supreme Court docket within the Dobbs case which ended up overturning the Roe v. Wade. What do you suppose now in regards to the risk that that will value you management of the Senate the place if the GOP was management, you’d have a lot broader sweep over a lot broader points together with issues like federal judges? Any second ideas?

SCOTT: None in any respect, I truly suppose that the momentum is, in actual fact, heading in our course.

You have a look at the polling in Georgia. Herschel Walker has been gaining floor steadily for the final two or three weeks. J.D. Vance in Ohio is gaining floor. Dr. Oz in Pennsylvania is gaining floor and, frankly, in North Carolina, we’re in a fairly stable place with Ted Budd.

Here is the reality about points that matter to the American folks — the financial system, inflation and gasoline costs are the highest three points and with none query, the social points definitely presents a possibility for us to have a dialog with the American folks about what issues to them and the way we should always method that subject.

I can let you know how to not method the difficulty. It’s by the banking listening to I had when Secretary Janet Yellen informed me that Black girls dwelling in poverty may improve their labor pressure participation price by having abortions.

That lacks an ethical readability. It was completely a harsh remark that was pointless and we’re sending flawed message that abortion ought to be the primary possibility for these dwelling in poverty. I used to be shocked.

So, the difficulty is de facto necessary. How we deal with it’s extra necessary.

BREAM: Effectively, let me ask you, since you talked about quite a few these Senate races. There is no doubt, there was controversy there. There have been what many individuals view as unforced errors by quite a few the GOP candidates who ended up being nominated there.

Even the Senate Minority Chief Mitch McConnell had this to say. He mentioned: Candidate high quality has lots to do with consequence.

What do you say to those that say Republicans have nominated some folks which can be going to have a tough time getting by the overall?

SCOTT: Effectively, the gamers are on the sphere. They’re eight weeks away, which is sort of like saying we’re within the final two minutes of the fourth quarter. So, the reality is, who now we have on the sphere is who we will play.

I am excited in regards to the candidates that now we have general, as a result of I do imagine it offers us alternative to win again the bulk and to return sanity in Washington, which can reverberate across the nation.

BREAM: I need to ask you in regards to the passage out of your e book, “America: A Redemption Story”.

SCOTT: That is proper.

BREAM: You discuss a tough dialog you had with then-President Trump after the occasions of Charlottesville, and the tragedies there, the feedback that he made. You write and say: I’ve at all times believed there are moments in life when you will need to converse out. I knew it was harmful to tackle President Trump, I usually inform folks if it is not completely needed, do not do it. However for me, this was a second of absolute necessity.

It is fascinating story within the e book. You discuss being summoned to the White Home, going there to speak with the president, and finally, there was a constructive consequence to that dialog.

SCOTT: Sure.

BREAM: However it begs the query, do Republicans now must be having tough conversations with the previous president about issues that he has mentioned and achieved within the final couple of years and the way it’s impacting your skill in issues just like the midterm elections?

SCOTT: You realize, one of many issues I attempt to do in my e book “America: A Redemption Story” is to inform either side of the ledger and positively the Charlottesville feedback by the previous president was one thing that I imagine was very tough and so, we had a great dialog. I am unsure that we obtained to the identical aspect of the difficulty, however we did get to the identical aspect of the answer, which was serving to individuals who had been hurting, serving to folks in marginalized communities.

And in the present day, I believe we have to have onerous conversations with the American voters about not crimson or blue answer, however about American options. Let’s have onerous conversations about the truth that in America, a great training is the closest factor to magic. And that is why 67 p.c of Democrats, 68 p.c of independents, 70 p.c of Hispanics, 74 p.c of African- People all agree that high quality training is important for the furtherance of the American dream and the toughest hit communities.

If we had been to have the robust points and hard conversations about the way forward for America and never the way forward for Republicans or Democrats, we’d truly earn the respect of the American folks and let the voters make their very own choices.

BREAM: Effectively, it’s a time and a spot to have necessary debates and conversations.

Senator, thanks on your time. I do know your Gamecocks had a tough time yesterday.

Cowboys towards the Bucs tonight.

SCOTT: They did.

BREAM: Any sport predictions?

SCOTT: I will pray for a profitable enterprise for Dak Prescott. I am at all times bullish that we will the Tremendous Bowl however my staff is we have gotten used to saying, wait till subsequent 12 months. I am hoping that that is subsequent 12 months.

BREAM: I do know all — I do know all about rebuilding, I am a Seminoles fan. So, Senator, thanks.

SCOTT: Oh my goodness.

BREAM: We’ll see you once more quickly.

SCOTT: Take care. Good win on — final week towards LSU.

BREAM: Yeah. I will take it. Thanks, sir.

All proper. Becoming a member of us right here in Washington now, Senator Jon Tester of Montana.

Nice to see you in the present day, sir.

SEN. JON TESTER (D-MT): Good to see you, Shannon. Congratulations.

BREAM: Thanks very a lot.

I need to begin the place I did along with your counterpart, about this MAGA dialog, what the president’s needed to say.

Turley additionally writing on this weblog, he mentioned: For a lot of, that speech — not simply the one on the primary, however now there have been a pair since then — was the ultimate refutation of Biden’s pledge to be a unifier as president after two years of extremely partisan and divisive actions. The speech added to the trend of our politics.

So, what do you say to tens of thousands and thousands of People on the market who really feel like their very own president has labeled them violent extremists and even semi- fascist?

TESTER: Effectively, look, I stay in north central Montana. Lots of my neighbors, lots of my associates, lots of my kinfolk are supporters of the previous president. I can even let you know that they are not extremists. They simply imagine within the insurance policies that the president had.

However I do not suppose these are folks that the president is speaking about. I believe he’s speaking about folks that truly do help the president that suppose violence is a — is a — is a solution to clear up issues and it is not.

And I believe all it’s a must to look again is look again so far as January sixth, and see what occurred there the place of us got here to Washington, D.C., introduced right here by the president, that ended up in a very, actually unhealthy scenario.

So, that is sort of how I have a look at it. I do not suppose he’s casting all Republicans in that case. The truth is, he particularly says it is those on the perimeter that he is speaking about.

BREAM: Effectively, what about when the Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was pressed on that, what does the president imply, who was he calling extremist? She mentioned she’s talking for almost all.

So, should you’re speaking about 51 p.c of People, that leaves 49 p.c of People. If it is merely about disagreeing with majority place, does that make you an extremist?

TESTER: So, I do not precisely know what the press secretary was speaking about. However I can let you know, there are many Republicans in Montana and somewhere else which can be very involved with the course the Republican Occasion has gone. And I believe possibly that is what the press secretary was speaking about, though I did not see the interview, so I actually do not know.

BREAM: OK. So, let me ask you about this as a result of we’re deep into the midterms now. Congressman Tim Ryan in a essential race in Ohio mentioned this week that he was campaigning as an impartial, and he went on to checklist issues that he agreed with President Trump about.

So, you will have mentioned on the market, there are locations on this nation —

TESTER: Completely.

BREAM: — the Democratic model is poisonous. What do you imply by that?

TESTER: Effectively, what I imply is is that I believe folks like Tim Ryan, who, by the way in which, is one heck of a great candidate, who I attempted to recruit for the 2016 cycle, however is a heck of a great candidate, goes to speak about issues that imply one of the best for Ohioans and what he can do when he will get in america Senate to maneuver the ball ahead for Ohio’s financial system and dealing households and the checklist goes on and on.

Look, there’s — there are issues that I disagree with nationwide Democrats on, I’m positive there are issues that Tim Ryan disagrees with. I believe that is wholesome. I believe that is wholesome for the democracy. I believe it is wholesome now we have the dialog.

I believe — you simply had Tim Scott on who I contemplate a buddy, I believe it is — a number of the issues that Tim mentioned simply now I agree with, a number of the issues I disagree with. We must have these conversations.

BREAM: Uh-huh.

TESTER: It is why the Senate is meant to be the best deliberative physique.

BREAM: Uh-huh.

TESTER: And so, , Tim Ryan I believe is one heck of a candidate. He is obtained a heck of a race forward of him.

BREAM: Sure.

TESTER: Make no mistake about it. However might one of the best man win.

BREAM: So, one of many points the place you will have damaged with the administration on is vitality.


BREAM: And that is essential in Montana clearly.


BREAM: Here is how a analysis fellow over on the conservative Heritage Basis put it when speaking in regards to the president’s coverage. She says, Biden’s radical vitality coverage is actuality outlined and based mostly on an anti- fossil gas fiction that’s inflicting pointless hardship and costing People dearly.

Does that monitor with the way you see the vitality coverage? How would you describe it?

TESTER: I believe I look again so far as the Inflation Discount Act, the place we’re placing extra gasoline and oil and renewable vitality within the pipeline. Really an all the above vitality coverage. And I am saying, that is on the right track. That is constructive.

I’ve mentioned many occasions, we will not simply shut the spigot off on oil and gasoline and carbon-based fuels. It may take a while to get it achieved. And, within the meantime, we have to begin that transition as a result of it is sensible. We’re placing out lots of of billions of {dollars} yearly in catastrophe. Simply had one of many driest years ever. Been on – that is my forty fifth harvest on the farm. One of many driest years ever. It is costing the taxpayer {dollars}. Does that imply we should always simply shut off carbon-based fuels? We won’t. We won’t afford to do it. So, we have got to determine methods, just like the Inflation Discount Act did, to do each. And I believe that is the sort of coverage that I am in search of.

BREAM: OK, and that obtained handed, by the way in which, with a vote from Joe Manchin. There was dialogue of a aspect deal that he had with the Senate Majority Chief Chuck Schumer.


BREAM: So now that is coming into play as a result of now we have federal authorities working out September thirtieth.

TESTER: Sure, we do.

BREAM: I do not suppose any of us suppose a giant deal’s going to get achieved earlier than then. So, in all probability a brief time period persevering with decision measure. However does this aspect deal now, which Joe Manchin had which might expedite leases and allowing and that sort of factor, get tied into that funding invoice? It is taking warmth from either side. Senator Lindsey Graham says this, I can’t vote for a seamless decision that is a part of a political payback scheme. These had been his phrases. From the opposite course, Senator Bernie Sanders calls it disastrous aspect deal. That is what you mentioned, my guess is, if it is on our CR, they are going to should eat it if they do not prefer it.

TESTER: I used to be referring to the Home, not the political get together.

BREAM: So, I – so – OK, sure, as a result of there’s opposition within the Home too.

TESTER: Sure, that is proper.

BREAM: So, how does the funding get achieved?

TESTER: So, this is what I believe. I believe there’s issues we will do on allowing course of that may make the allowing course of extra streamlined and permit for extra manufacturing that is sensible for this nation. I believe that there are simply going to be a couple of items of laws that go in between now and the election. And if that is what now we have to connect it on, so be it. If we will set it apart and do it as a standalone, let’s do it that approach so we will have the controversy.

I am open both approach. I have not seen the language on the allowing stuff, so I can not let you know whether or not even I am for it or not. However I can let you know, there are enhancements we will do in allowing to make it extra streamlined, to make it extra vitality pleasant and enterprise pleasant. We ought to try issues like that whereas we shield our surroundings.

BREAM: OK, so, additionally one thing which may be tied probably to this funding measure is the so-called Respect for Marriage Act, about marriage equality. And so there is a query about whether or not forcing – that is forcing Republicans to vote towards one thing when there’s authorities funding all tied collectively.

Hugh Hewitt wrote about this in “The Washington Put up,” an opinion piece. He says, for Democrats the Respect for Marriage Act is about elections. He says, calculation is by Schumer that even when he cannot discover the 60 votes he wants, it is at all times higher for his get together’s probabilities in November if it is caught attempting to move the measure. So, he says there are not any state legislators even making a peep about this subject It’s settled. Is that this a cynical, political ploy?

TESTER: Effectively, I believe, initially, this can be a bipartisan effort. It is not simply Democrats doing this. It is Democrats and Republicans doing it. And I believe it is so as to add certainty. You realize very nicely, enterprise wants certainty. The insurance policies popping out of presidency, if there’s certainty concerned, that is why we want, by the way in which, to get the appropriations achieved by the top of September, and never have a brief time period funding. It does not present the sort of certainty we want on this nation.

So, what this does is supplies definitely for people who’re married and protects spiritual liberties, which I believe is de facto, actually necessary. And so I do not actually have an issue with it in any respect. And, by the way in which, and it is achieved in a bipartisan approach.

BREAM: However there are critics – sure, there are critics who’re anxious it does not have sufficient spiritual protections. They level to all the corporations and all of the instances I’ve adopted to the Supreme Court docket, and so they’ve obtained one other one this fall, the place folks do not feel protected.

TESTER: So, look, if we will beef these up, and I can let you know this, Shannon, I believe there are bipartisan conversations occurring proper now to make that crystal clear, I will help it.

BREAM: OK. OK, by the way in which, I came upon this week about you, like my mom, you majored in music.

TESTER: I did.

BREAM: You had been an elementary music faculty trainer.

TESTER: I did.

BREAM: You play the trumpet.

TESTER: Sure, I do.

BREAM: We have got one right here. When you would play one thing for us.

TESTER: Effectively –

BREAM: No, I am kidding. We cannot try this to you, however I really feel such as you could be good.

TESTER: I may – I may empty the studio.

BREAM: I really feel –

TESTER: I simply need to say one factor earlier than we shut it down, if we’re getting shut.

BREAM: We’re.

TESTER: I imply that is 9/11. Twenty-one years in the past essentially the most — some of the horrible issues that is ever occurred to this democracy occurred. And it was a time when folks got here collectively. Tim Scott referred to it. I will confer with it. We’d like extra of that.

BREAM: Sure. We do.

TESTER: And we additionally want to recollect the primary responders that bumped into these flames, bumped into these buildings. These of us are fairly superb, and we have to thank them.

BREAM: We do. On daily basis the very definition of hero, there is not a greater one.

TESTER: Completely. Good luck.

BRAM: Senator, thanks. Good to see you.

All proper, up subsequent, former President Trump and Justice Division each awaiting a essential ruling of their high-stakes dispute over categorised paperwork. We will convey out our Sunday group on the authorized and political dangers going through either side.


BREAM: President Biden laying a wreath this morning on the Pentagon as we keep in mind the occasions of 9/11.

It’s time now for our Sunday group. “Axios” nationwide political reporter Jonathan Swan, Fox Information political analyst Juan Williams, editor-in-chief of “The Federalist,” Mollie Hemingway, and Fox Information White Home correspondent Peter Doocy.

All proper, panel, nice to have you ever with us on this busy Sunday morning.

I need to begin right here with the midterm.

“The Nation’s” headline on Friday was, how the Democrats obtained their groove again, abortion, MAGA and wholesome partisanship are altering the midterm dynamics.

What are you anticipating, Jonathan?

JONATHAN SWAN, NATIONAL POLITICAL REPORTER “AXIOS”: You have obtained this very uncommon circumstance the place you are form of weighing historical past towards this – nicely, unprecedented set of circumstances. You have obtained historical past which tells you that the get together out of energy, the alternative get together of the president, goes to achieve considerably. I believe it is a mean of 25 seats within the Home going again to love, , the ’50s or at any time when they began taking a look at this. Oh, I believe it even goes again in additional than that.

However you’ve got additionally obtained Dobbs. You have obtained this enormous Supreme Court docket resolution. And one factor that I discover actually tough with sort of attempting to gauge the abortion subject is, it is not seen. You do not have a convening energy. Like, it’s extremely straightforward to see vitality on the best since you’ve obtained Donald Trump – I used to be at his rally in Pennsylvania. Ten thousand folks. Packed to the rafters. Fired up. There aren’t stadiums filled with suburban girls, . So, it is truly – it is diffuse. It is on the market. It is being picked up in polls and issues. And we simply do not know. We have got that. We have got inflation, which continues to be very excessive, and you have a really unpopular president, however but his get together is doing fairly nicely on the generic poll. So, it is fairly bizarre, truly, and I –

BREAM: Effectively –

SWAN: It is past my analytical powers to form of —

BREAM: However we’re relying on you.

SWAN: Sure. Sure. So, I am sorry you had me as a visitor, however I — I am pretty ineffective on this.

BREAM: Effectively, it’s uncommon in that now we have these polling numbers in all places.

SWAN: Sure.

BREAM: We do have Democrats, as I talked about a bit bit earlier —

SWAN: However Doocy’s a genius.

BREAM: Effectively, that is why he is getting the subsequent query, as a result of he is a genius.

SWAN: Sure, sure, sure. OK. Sure, sure.

BREAM: Congressman Tim Ryan saying he is – he is campaigning as an impartial. After which now we have a few Democrats we caught up with yesterday in New Hampshire. Here is what they mentioned.


SEN. MAGGIE HASSAN (D-NH): Effectively, I believe the president was — it took too lengthy to essentially start to deal with inflation.

REP. CHRIS PAPPAS (D-NH): Effectively, I believe the administration was asleep on the change when it got here to managing inflation and understanding the emergency that existed with inflation early on final 12 months.


BREAM: Effectively, Mr. Doocy, how is that this enjoying on the White Home?

PETER DOOCY, FOX NEWS WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENT: It is fascinating as a result of Tim Ryan, a part of his criticism was, nicely, I believe we want generational change, and Joe Biden mentioned he’ll be a bridge to the subsequent era. He by no means mentioned how lengthy of a bridge he was going to be.

BREAM: There are lengthy bridges.

DOOCY: And — there are very lengthy bridges. And if you have a look at clips like that, I believe that that claims lots in regards to the president’s schedule. He is not going to locations which can be strategic for 2022. He will Ohio, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, locations that may be useful to him if he runs once more in 2024, which he says he intends to do.

BREAM: Sure, he does.

OK, I need to speak in regards to the vp now as a result of she has been speaking about this abortion resolution at Dobbs and questioning the integrity of the Supreme Court docket. Here is what she says.


KAMALA HARRIS, VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: And this court docket took that constitutional straight away. And we’re struggling as a nation due to it. That causes me nice concern in regards to the integrity of the court docket general.


BREAM: So, the chief justice spoke out Friday evening, not particularly addressing the vp, however he mentioned, folks can say what they need however just because folks disagree with an opinion is just not a foundation for questioning the legitimacy of the court docket, Juan.

JUAN WILLIAMS, FOX NEWS POLITICAL ANALYST: Effectively, I believe that clearly you see within the polls there is a fading belief within the – within the – within the court docket proper now, Shannon. And I believe this can be a shock, I believe, for many folks as a result of the historical past is that the court docket has at all times been seen as, , actually balancing scales of justice for the American folks and it undermines primary belief in American establishment. That is additionally happening at this second. So, it’s extremely troubling. And I believe that is why Chief Justice Roberts felt the necessity to say, with out the legislation and with out the court docket upholding the legislation, the place are we going as a rustic?

However I believe the vp is on the right track, that should you take away rights, should you take away abortion rights, should you switch abortion from a constitutional proper to homicide, nicely, then, , you will have girls who will likely be put in jail for committing homicide.

BREAM: Effectively, OK, there’s lots in between there, and – and what the court docket mentioned is there was by no means a constitutional proper to an abortion and there are not any state legal guidelines that prosecute the lady on this. The docs, sure, however simply so we’re clear on that.

WILLIAMS: Effectively, I imply they – they — if you come to the docs, the court docket –

BREAM: However not the lady.

WILLIAMS: The court docket left the docs with moral and authorized points with a viable being pregnant {that a} girl says, , is now not viable, what’s the physician to do?

BREAM: Effectively, the states try to determine that out now, Mollie.

MOLLIE HEMINGWAY, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, “THE FEDERALIST”: Sure, I believe this can be a essential subject. Clearly, Democrats are specializing in abortion as a result of they do not have anything to run on. The overall temper of the nation is that persons are very annoyed with the course of the nation. The financial system is clearly unhealthy. The border is unhealthy. International coverage is just not going nicely. So, they do not have anything.

However I do suppose it is necessary for Republicans to push again on a few of this misinformation and disinformation that is getting unfold within the media. The Dobbs resolution does allow People to have a say in abortion in a approach that they could not underneath Roe v. Wade.

And it is truly a majority of People suppose that abortion ought to both be unlawful or unlawful in some circumstances. Three out of 4 People suppose there ought to be restrictions on abortion. Sixty-three p.c imagine abortion ought to be unlawful after 15 weeks of being pregnant, which is across the time that an unborn youngster feels ache. So I believe Republicans are shying away from the problems, when, in actual fact, they need to be hitting onerous and understanding that the reasonable viewpoint is one thing enabled by this Dobbs resolution.

BREAM: Effectively, and a lot of what occurs is how these ballot questions are requested. And if you break it down by trimester and all of these issues make a giant distinction.

Thanks, panel.

And Juan is right here with — enjoying harm along with his arm. Thanks for being in.

All proper, up subsequent, some of the iconic moments in America’s lengthy restoration after the 9/11 assaults, sport three of the 2001 World Sequence at Yankee Stadium. We will ask one of many gamers who was there for this second what it meant for a nation in ache as FOX NEWS SUNDAY marks 21 years since 9/11.


BREAM: A stay have a look at the Pentagon the place President Biden is about to make remarks as we keep in mind the horror of September 11, 2001. We additionally keep in mind the moments of nationwide unity that got here in its wake, together with a return to the nationwide pastime.

That October, resilient baseball followers packed Yankee Stadium for sport three of the World Sequence between the New York Yankees and Arizona Diamondbacks. Then President George W. Bush, carrying the load of the nation, took the mound, and you will keep in mind, threw out that ceremonial first pitch.

Becoming a member of us now along with his remembrances of that day, former Yankees pitcher and world star – sequence champ all-star, Andy Pettitte.

Andy, let’s begin there. Nice to have you ever with us.

What was that second like?

ANDY PETTITTE, FORMER MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PITCHER: Effectively, it was unimaginable, , simply to be a part of that. Clearly, the anticipation of ready to see the president up shut and private and are available, , to Yankee Stadium. He got here into the dugout there with us. And I keep in mind Derek Jeter telling him, hey, you’d higher throw a strike or they are going to boo you. And – and the president went and obtained his arm lose and, in fact, walked on the market and gave the thumbs up and threw an ideal strike. And it was simply – it was a — a surreal second and only a actual proud second, , to be – to be a part of that and, clearly, to be an American.

BREAM: Sure, the Yankees, you had been on the sphere and you’ve got talked about what it meant to return at the moment once we had been grieving a lot as a nation simply to offer folks a while to be unified over one thing, to have a pair hours break from the grief that we had been all experiencing.


BREAM: Sports activities is an actual unifier. Are you anxious that some points of sports activities and the protection of sports activities have gotten too political? Are we lacking that chance to bond in that very same approach now?

PETTITTE: Effectively, I believe so. I imply sports activities have at all times been simply, , one thing that unified us. I keep in mind as a – as a small youngster simply at all times speaking sports activities with adults round me, with the ability to watch a soccer video games with my dad, baseball video games, after which, in fact, me now as a father, simply with the ability to get along with my children, anyone, any sort of sports activities, , that goes on, massive video games, , everybody will get collectively and enjoys the time of their office speaking baseball, speaking soccer, speaking sports activities.

And within the sense of 9/11, simply what a possibility that was and that we noticed, , because the gamers, the way in which that everybody rallied round us, , and rallied round as a staff. And, , a buddy of mine, , mentioned it nice, , rising up all of us need to be a part of a staff. After which whether or not you had been part of the Yankees or the Mets at the moment, otherwise you had been only a fan, what 9/11 actually did was make you are feeling such as you – we had been all part of the identical staff. And so, as we transfer ahead, in fact we have to keep in mind for positive, however proceed to attempt to unify our nation and unify one another. And I believe baseball and the sports activities is a good way to do this.

BREAM: It is a present. We so appreciated these of you who suited up and went again on the market to offer us that break and that little bit of hope and inspiration.

You are doing that now for first responders. A lot of what we do on 9/11 is remembering these heroes.


BREAM: Inform us about your work with Tunnels to Towers?

PETTITTE: Sure, simply, , throughout my profession, I at all times liked doing the army stuff with out veterans and, , once we traveled to Baltimore, going to Walter Reed and stuff like that and actually, throughout Covid, watched extra information than I in all probability ought to have and watching a number of Fox Information and there wasn’t a complete lot to do aside from watch TV and simply stored seeing these Tunnel to Tower commercials. And, , actually simply reached out to Frank and I wished to be a part of it and wished to assist them financially after which, in fact, now in a position to do, , some advert commercials for them.

They usually’re simply doing fantastic issues. Frank has achieved a terrific job and his staff of simply not forgetting what has occurred, not forgetting the folks that have misplaced lives. The gold-star households. The wives which have misplaced their husbands, which have children. He is persevering with doing stuff for our vets. They’re simply doing fantastic issues.

Tampa, they’re constructing a neighborhood down in Tampa for the catastrophically injured army folks and simply it has been superior to be a part of it.

BREAM: Sure, we’re glad to see you in that function, as nicely.

Thanks for all you’ve got achieved in giving again, Andy Pettitte. Thanks on your time this morning.

PETTITTE: All proper, Shannon, thanks very a lot.

BREAM: Up subsequent, FOX NEWS SUNDAY viewers know that over the previous couple of months a number of proficient of us have sat on this chair. We’re going to have a look again and discuss what’s forward now for FOX NEWS SUNDAY.


BREAM: As you might know, that is my first official week as the brand new anchor of FOX NEWS SUNDAY. However over the past 9 months, lots of my proficient colleagues took the reigns right here every Sunday brining you the most important newsmakers and a number of the 12 months’s greatest interviews. The present even hit the marketing campaign path occurring the highway to the midterms in some of the watched main seasons ever.


BREAM (voice over): We wished to have a look again at a number of the 12 months’s greatest moments, beginning that very first week when Fox Information chief political anchor Bret Baier broke enormous information on the president’s greatest agenda merchandise.

SEN. JOE MANCHIN (D-WV): I can’t vote to proceed with this piece of laws. I simply can’t.

BRET BAIER, FOX NEWS CHIEF POLITICAL ANCHOR: You are achieved. That is – this can be a no.

MANCHIN: It is a no.

BREAM: From the president’s plans to Republicans’ response.

DANA PERINO, FOX NEWS HOST: What could be completely different for People if Republicans win again the majorities within the Home and Senate this 12 months?

SEN. MITCH MCCONNELL (R-KY): We’ll make sure that Joe Biden is a reasonable.

BREAM: To excessive stakes of the excessive courts.

JOHN ROBERTS, FOX NEWS HOST: So, how will the vote look?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It is in all probability going to be, , near 50/50.

BREAM: Do you help the truth that they may perform the desire of the folks in Georgia and put that legislation at a six-week ban into impact?

STACEY ABRAMS: I might reject the notion that that is the desire of the folks.

BREAM: We tried to get Washington off its speaking factors so we may get extra to the purpose.

ROBERTS: Why would you plan one thing like that in an election 12 months?

SEN. RICK SCOTT (R-FL): Certain. Effectively, John, that is, in fact, the Democrat speaking level. It is a (INAUDIBLE) plan.

ROBERTS: No, no, it is within the plan. It is within the plan.

SCOTT: Effectively, however – this is the – right here – however this is this factor about actuality for a second. First off, let’s discuss Medicare.

ROBERTS: It is not a – however, Senator – however, Senator, dangle on, dangle on.

SCOTT: Look, John –

ROBERTS: It is not a Democratic speaking level. It is within the plan.

BREAM: We got here again through the pandemic.

TRACE GALLAGHER, FOX NEWS HOST: Have a look at this. All people collectively. That is fantastic. All people wished to observe the science and now we’re being informed, nicely, it wasn’t actual, however but if there have been dissenting views on the science, you had been known as out.

VIVEK MURTHY, U.S. SURGEON GENERAL: What now we have to do in that is perceive that, primary, science evolves, proper?

BREAM: We lined struggle.

SANDRA SMITH, FOX NEWS HOST: Is {that a} signal, after that telephone name yesterday, that point is working out for diplomacy?

JOHN KIRBY, PENTAGON PRESS SECRETARY: It is definitely not an indication that issues are shifting within the – in the best course.

BILL HEMMER, FOX NEWS HOST: Have we achieved all we will?

SEN. TED CRUZ (R-TX): Not remotely. And, tragically, Europe is on the verge of struggle.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: As Russian forces advance on the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, 1000’s of civilians are fleeing their houses.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Quite a lot of these folks you see within the crowds now are the individuals who have been caught of their bomb shelters for days and so they lastly had an opportunity to make a break for it.

BAIER: You have been to a number of struggle zones. For us and for others, , put this in context.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It’s a film I’ve seen earlier than. It is a unhealthy film.

CONDOLEEZZA RICE, FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE: Effectively, I met with him many occasions. And this can be a completely different Putin.

JENNIFER GRIFFIN, FOX NEWS HOST: In your opinion, was the withdrawal a mistake?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I suggested towards withdrawing.

JACK KEANE, RETIRED FOUR-STAR GENERAL: We gave all of it up and we’re again to the place we had been in 2001.

BREAM: We introduced in our strongest reporting from throughout the nation.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Cross the Brooklyn Bridge and you will enter the district’s different half, Brooklyn, a metropolis in its personal proper.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: What can Congress do for a Nevada dad that is considering strolling to work as a result of he cannot afford gasoline?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You probably did name your self a by no means Trumper, although.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Six years is just not fairly ever.

VANCE: We grew to become transformed.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Does that harm the get together as a complete, him utilizing phrases like that?

JOHN FETTERMAN (D), U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE IN PENNSYLVANIA: It is Connor’s story. He can inform it the way in which he must.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Do you suppose relitigating 2020 will get you into the governor’s mansion?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: That is not why we’re doing this.

BREAM: We did not at all times agree.

JUAN WILLIAMS, FOX NEWS POLITICAL ANALYST: Effectively, I believe you will have a proper to protest.

KARL ROVE, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Sure, however not in entrance of their home.

WILLIAMS: Wait. You’ve gotten a proper to protest wherever in America.

ROVE: You suppose they’ve — folks have a proper to indicate up in entrance of a home and try to intimidate a choose to alter their opinion?


BREAM: And we seemed forward to 2024.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Have you ever met with donors to speak about 2024?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I’ve met with no donors about my private ambitions in that respect.

NIKKI HALEY, FORMER U.S. AMBASSADOR TO THE U.N.: I am simply saying, typically it takes a girl.

BREAM: And we seemed for moments to step again and replicate.

BAIER: Do what is true. Let the consequence observe.

SEN. MITT ROMNEY (R-UT): There have been occasions in my life when I’ve strayed from being 100% correct or 100% trustworthy, once I’ve achieved issues for benefit or politics. And I look again on these issues now with nice remorse. And – and so I say, at this stage in my life, I am not doing that anymore.


BREAM: Effectively, we stay up for persevering with to press the nation’s newsmakers each Sunday in regards to the choices that affect you each day.

That is it for in the present day. I am Shannon Bream. Thanks for becoming a member of me on my first Sunday as your anchor. Have a terrific week. We’ll see you subsequent FOX NEWS SUNDAY.


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