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down with the duggar sisters aired friday night at 9:00 p.m. eastern. we want to hear your thoughts on our duggar interview. follow me on twitter @megynkelly. thanks for watching everyone. tonight, a terror threat in boston. >> this was an investigation that was ongoing. it required 24/7 surveillance. >> prime minister netanyahu is somebody who's predisposed to think of security first to think perhaps that peace is naive and those fears are driving the government's response. >> and president obama lashes out at prime minister benjamin netanyahu while iran stockpile nuclear fuel. mark stein tonight with reaction. plus a new bombshell report says the clinton foundation set up a slush fund to secretly bring in foreign money. and police officers in texas risk their lives trying to save a man who sets his car on fire.
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"hannity" starts right here right now. welcome to "hannity." continue authorities are searching for a third suspect in a terror investigation that is under way in boston involving what is thought to be an isis-inspired plot to behead police officers. this after law enforcement shot and killed 26-year-old usaama rahim during a standoff he pulled out a military-style knife and jumped at police officers who attempted to question him. the second suspect, david wright was charged earlier today with conspiracy to obstruct justice after he allegedly tried to destroy ra rahim's smartphone. rahim purchased a, quote, nice little tool which authorities thought was a nice and was going to use it to quotes go after the boys in blue. joining us now with more on how this type of terrorism now has gone viral is catherine herrage. >> the shooting and arrests connect to boston it's at the
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center of a domestic terror network. one of the key players in syria is isaccused of helping terrorists overseas as well as conspireing. it's alleged, he studied at boston college, used tech skills to help isis make sickening videos to fro motepromote the execution of journalists including foley last year and a mosque has been associated with other terror suspects and hosted radical speakers according to a published report. the younger brother was recently sentenced to death for his role in the boston marathon bombings. investigators say there is a direct connection between the knife-wielding suspect in boston who wanted to execute cops and isis. on capitol hill today, witnesses said there are two types of radicalization. the slow burn that can sometimes take years and the flash to bang
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which can take weeks or days. >> what we're finding are operatives in syria, recruiters that have sent directives or called to arm -- calls to arm to people in the united states to activate them like sleeper cells. >> since isis became a household name the number of homegrown cases has really exploded. in the first four months of this year 25 individuals were arrested or charged with isis crimes and that comes down to more than a case a week sean. >> let me ask you, you pointed out the mosque that this gentleman attended was the same one the tsarnaev brothers attended and other radical terrorist suspects. how many? and what are we talking about? is this a radical mosque? >> well we're looking at least a handful of individuals, but what's interesting to us in our reporting tonight is when you look at the boston case and the third person of interest it appears he has links to warrick, rhode island and that's important because that brings in catherine russell, the widow of tamerlan tsarnaev. so you see that these networks
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if you will, or those connections, are very small. and you have to look at what they have as the common links or the dots that all connect them sean. >> all right. great reporting. joining us with more information is the reporter who broke the story from "the boston globe." maria cramer is with us. first of all, what new developments do you have and what about this mosque do you know? >> well what happened today was one of the men who was allegedly conspireing with usaama rahim, the man who police say attacked officers and fbi agents david wright was brought into federal court today, he faces charges of conspireing, of seriousconspiracy. he told usaama rahim if he was going to go after he was going to behead a police officer. and, you know what's going to happen now is he'll be detained. he's facing up to five years in prison. and there's a search for a third man who is part of this plot,
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and that search continues. >> boy, boston's been through a lot. if it's the same mosque as the tsarnaev brothers and as catherine herrage reported other radical terror suspects what do we know about that mosque? >> well, the mosques that you're describing yes, it's true that these are mosques that have attracted people who have been later connected to terrorism. it's also important to remember the mosques attract thousands of muslims who come to worship every day. what we do know about the mosque in boston where usaama rahim attended he was not a regular. we actually interviewed somebody at that mosque who spoke to him and his wife and they left the mosque because they thought it was too liberal. so it's unclear how strong a connection he had to the mosque. it doesn't sound like it was very strong. >> great job, by the way by the joint terrorism task force. appreciate it maria. here with reaction strategic intelligence unit detective sean foley.
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sean there is this connection. there seems to be a connection. how deep does law enforcement now need to go if there are multiple suspects coming out of one particular mosque? >> well, sean, it's very difficult to profile or investigate a location. as maria had said thousands of people go to that investigation. so it's very difficult for law enforcement to focus on a location rather you have to focus on an individual an individual's activity. >> okay. >> that being said -- >> if the number of individuals seem to be -- have one common point of affiliation, it seems that we've got to pay attention to that no? >> yeah you do and it's important for us to be in touch with the leadership of those institutions and for them to understand what our goals are are. there's a lot of distrust right now, and what they need to understand is by helping us they're helping themselves because they don't want to be
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looked at as a potential terrorist just because they go to a mosque. not saying that but if there are multiple cases we certainly -- we've got to look out -- look boston has been through a lot, and if they have that one connection i think it's certainly an area that needs twoo be pursued and understood what's being taught there, et cetera. let me ask you about, are we to believe isis is here in the u.s.? or do you believe these are isis-inspired either loan wolves or inspired by others in the country? to you believe, is law enforcement coming to the belief system that isis is here in america? >> yes. i believe it. we saw anwar al awlaki have an influence on similar types of activity and in the united states. he inspired people to act. most of them had contact with him, but isis is definitely -- >> all right. >> -- changed that. it's become more -- more widespread. >> all right. sean foley, thank you for being with us.
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we appreciate it. here with more reaction syndicated radio talk show host harry carr out of boston. what are people telling you? what do you think about the particular mosque? same mosque tsarnaev brothers. what's your take? >> well i think this is a case, sean where there is no gray area here. there's not going to be any dispute about what happened. that the video exists. this guy advanced on them. they have it on tape. that a few minutes before he comes out with the knife, he's talking about killing some of the quote/unquote boys in blue. and he actually advances on them. they actually have in the affidavit, i don't know if you've seen it yet, sean, his final words. >> i can't -- >> the fbi agents the cops. >> that's what his brother said was his final words. what his real final words were the cops say he's got the knife in his hand and the cops and the fbi ajebtgents say drop your
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weapon and he says, "you drop yours." famous last words, sean. >> famous last words. >> that's the epitaph for them. >> here's what i want to know here because you're right about the brother. the brother tried to almost pull an al sharpton if you will by saying oh they shot him in the back. >> yeah. >> false. his last words were "i can't breathe." false. so this was one big lie. if we didn't have the tape that could be a problem. once again for officers. no? >> yeah, exactly. this is -- this has worked out very well indeed for the officers. and, you know the community leaders, so-called, who saw the tape today, the surveillance video, there's one guy from a mosque in roxbury and had a checkered past used to work at northeastern. he had pretty much i would say a radical background. he said the tape was vague but he specifically said well even
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though it seems vague, i can say for sure that this guy, rahim, did not "a," have a cell phone in his hand and "b," was not shot in the back. so sean, it seems to me it's not very vague at all. this is a cut and dried incident here. and, again, they have -- they have all these -- >> there's no ambiguity. >> -- on tape. you know i'm going to take out some of the boys in blue. what else can that mean? there's no code there, is there? >> what do you know about that mosque considering the same mosque tsarnaev brothers went to? >> i, you know i don't know what fwoezgoes on in that mosque. i just know there's been a lot of problems with radicals here in massachusetts. going back to 9/11. i mean two out of the four planes flew out of boston. and i think a lot of it has to do with just sort of the general political ambience in
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massachusetts, you know? it's -- this state welcomes so-called refugees like the tsarnaevs. if you're a refugee in the united states you know most of them have stories that don't hold up under any scrutiny but they're never checked. the tsarnaevs were on welfare from the moment they arrived here. they were welcomed here. the former governor patrick said even after he read the manifesto in the boat from dzhokhar tsarnaev. he said he told bob schieffer on "face the nation" next sunday schieffer asked him do we know the motives of these guys? and deval patrick said we don't know the motives of these young fella fellas that's what he called them young fellas. at a 9/11 commemoration one year when he was governor h said 9/11 was a failure of human beings to love one another. there's this atmosphere politically that's somewhat welcoming to these type of people. >> howie, we haven't had you on
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in a while. we miss withdrewyou. all our best to our trendsfriends in boston. you've been through a lot. >> any time. thanks for having me on. the rogue regime in tehran stockpiled nuclear fuel. why does the administration continue to negotiate with them? the clintons are hit with another foundation scandal. a slush fund. $21 million. and it deals with iran. we'll explain coming up. the life behind it. ♪ those who have served our nation have earned the very best service in return. ♪ usaa. we know what it means to serve. get an auto insurance quote and see why 92% of our members plan to stay for life. i like my seafood like i like my vacations: tropical.
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welcome back to "hannity." more troubling news out of iran tonight. a shocking report from "the new york times" of all places shows a brazen move by iran's government toward the development of a nuclear weapon. according to the "times," "with only one month left before a deadline to complete a nuclear deal with iran international
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inspectors have reported that tehran's stockpile of nuclear fuel has increased about 20% over the last 18 months of negotiations. partially undercutting the obama administration's contention that the iranian program had, quote, been frozen during that period here with reaction is the co-author of "climate change: the fact," columnist mark stein is with us. it's almost to me breathtaking that this is where we are. in the course of these negotiations they cheated in this instance as identified by "the new york times." we discovered another nuclear facility that they had hidden. they said the destruction of israel is nonnegotiable. the top mullahs are chanting death to america. they're the number one state sponsor of terror. and they're fighting multiple proxy wars. and still obama wants to make this deal. with his words, they'll have zero breakout time in 11 years. why? >> right. >> can you explain this?
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it's inexplicable. >> well yeah. i think they concluded -- the iranians concluded that these talks exist because the western powers lack the will to prevent them getting a nuclear weapon. once you -- once you reach the conclusion that obama and the p5 permanent members of the security council are actually not going to do anything to stop you getting a nuclear weapon then you can join the talks and string along the talks because you know obama and these other fellows, john kerry, like chitchatting shooting the breeze. string them along for 18 months and if you're lucky you'll get an agreement plus nuclear weapons. and that's really what iran's goal was and that's what's amazing to me they're actually within reach of getting all sanctions lifted being reintegrated into the world community which obama has set as his target, and at the same time also becoming a nuclear power.
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in other words what didn't they get? what didn't they get? >> they get the nuclear weapon they get a $50 billion signing bonus, they get all their money back so that will facilitate -- >> right. >> -- the advancement of nuclear program. what did you think? "the new york times" breaks this story about a 20% increase again, that was supposed to be frozen and you got jobs for jihadis, marie harf in a twitter war with "the new york times" though the numbers came from the iaea and their inspections. not like they made up these numbers at "the new york times"." >> no no. this is the official u.n. body, the iaea which has established that iran all the time it was in geneva in lozan, participating in these talks and is supposed to be destroying 96% of this stuff in the months of a deal has actually spent the months before the deal increasing it by 20%. and if you look at what has
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happened in recent months with the fading of american power in the region it has been matched by the rise of iran. iraq's future essentially, will be determined by iran and isis. america is irrelevant to that. yemen's future will be determined by iran. syria's future will be determined by iran and isis. maybe ultimately saudi arabia's and jordan's future will be determined by iran and isis. and the united states is simply not a player anymore. it is effectively withdrawn from the scene in the last six years. >> well, it's interesting you say that because the president claims not only is he not divisive but he also says under his leadership america is the most respected country on earth. here's what he said. >> people don't remember when i came into office the united states in world opinion ranked below china and just barely russia. and today once again the united states is the most respected
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country on earth, and part of that i think is because of the work we did to reengage the world and say that we want to work with you as partners, with mutual interests and mutual respect. it's on that basis we're able to end two wars while still focusing on the very real threat of terrorism. >> now wait a minute. china is now pursuing their territorial ambitions. putin has no respect for him. egyptians, jordanians saudis israelis decided to go it alone. i have that on firsthand knowledge they decided that. how does he make such a statement? >> yeah this is a post-american -- by the way, for one thing, sean it's pathetic for the leader of the global superpower to be boasting that he's come number one in a miss congeniality poll. this itself is incredible. i can't recall winston churchill
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or bismarck ever standing up and saying hey, the world had a miss world competition and i came first in the swimsuit round. it's pathetic. but it also neglects the fact that that ranking is as much as anything a measure of american irrelevance in the world. as you mentioned all the arab countries, the saudis and the gulf monarchies who are now israel's best friend. the foreign ministers of the gulf states and saudi arabia are on the phone to israel every night because they know they're having to go it alone in the post-american world. czechs pols baltic states are beginning to get that message. out in the south china sea they're beginning to get that miss message. it's easy to win the miss congeniality award when you're doing nothing. the other recent poll for global respect was the bbc one and the number one country was germany and the number two country was
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canada. if you become irrelevant to global affairs in the way germany has been in the last 60 years, it's not -- and the way america has gone in the last six years, then it's easy to be miss congeniality. >> let me play obama goes on channel 2 in israel one of the bigger channels and he attacks netanyahu, says he's driven by fear, then suggests that he -- israel's in danger of losing their credibility. i'm thinking netanyahu just won by a landslide. in spite of obama's so-called influence and attempts to help defeat him, and he's still angry about the speech but i want to get your take on it. watch this. >> i think prime minister netanyahu is somebody who's predisposed to think of security first. to think, perhaps, that peace is naive. to see the worst possibilities as opposed to the best possibilities in arab partners or palestinian partners. and so i do think that right now
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those politics and those fears are driving the government's response. >> fears? they're firing rockets by the thousands into this country. what is he talking about? >> yeah he's talking as if this is somehow irrational. when he says israel's credibility is on the line no israel's existence is on the line. netanyahu has to do something that obama doesn't. obama can bunk off and play golf and go on television with jay-z and beyonce and do all this stuff. netanyahu goes to work every morning knowing if he makes the slightest miscalculation of the psychology of his neighboring states it's the end of israel's existence. it's gone. and he does this against the background for example, where there are murderous attacks on jewish museum in brussels where there are attacks on synagogues
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on schools in the wider jewish area and in which jew haters has in effect metastasized. so this idea -- >> let me ask withdrew thisyou this. >> -- that he's an excentric fellow that has a bee in his bonnet about national security why doesn't he realize it's about rights like the rest of us do? this is a completely pitiful response of a guy sitting thousands of miles away from it in washington and doesn't have to live with the realities that obama does. that netanyahu does. >> he says that climate change is the biggest military national security threat we have. here's my take -- >> yeah climate change, the rising seas swept away all those american weapons in ramadi. amazing. >> i think that obama is insecure. obama -- that bibi is smarter than him, tougher than him, that he's more principled than him,
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more courageous than him. he understands evil in our time. and i think obama knows it. an that's and that's why i think it's personal. what's your take on why you think it's so personal? >> i think it is personal. i do think he's an insecure man and that leads him to actually apart from anything else just some remarks in appallingly bad taste when he said apparently to david axelrod that he was in effect the first jewish president. >> unbelievable. >> that's completely ridiculous. i do think he understands that in a sense, not just netanyahu, but putin and ayatollah kohmeni in iran all the guys are smarter than him, in the sense they're keeping their eye on the prize and he seems to be just -- >> we got to roll. >> -- doing things out of strange, weird, psychological insecurities. it's very odd.
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it's personal with netanyahu. he doesn't like the wake netanyahu walked into his congress. and all that kind of thing. >> he's trying to get along with the mullahs. mark steyn, good to see you, sir. coming up how the mainstream media continues to spin the "hands up don't shoot" lie. another day, another scandal for the clintons. this time it's about a swedish slush fund. $26 million. the two reporters who broke the story will join us in a "hannity" exclusive. then pollster frank luntz is here to weigh in on the latest happenings in the 2016 presidential race. and we're going to show you heroic police. straight ahead. er on a bayer aspirin regimen to help reduce the risk of another one. if you've had a heart attack be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen.
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country was lobbying hillary clinton's state department to forego sanctions that threatened its business with iran. according to interviews from the "washington times." here are the "washington times" rotters who broke the story. john and kelly with us. all right. i read this story and this is amazing to me. john why don't we start with you? so he has in sweden a fund-raising arm. take it from there. >> yep. so at the very moment that mrs. clinton holds in her very hand the very important decision, are we going to punish sweden in this country, and companies for doing business with iran? he sets up a fund-raising shop in swedensweden pockets $26 million for his foundation and gets another $750,000 for himself in a personal speech fee from erickson one of the very companies being considered for sanctions >> all right. some of this was state money meaning this was sweden actually giving the money, correct? >> well it's a private lottery
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that's government sanctioned the government regulates it but it's a privately run lottery. >> well said. they never disclose this kelly, to the state department ethics officials though one of its largest sources was the swedish government sanctioned lottery as john was saying. >> yeah. >> explain -- didn't they have to disclose that? >> well i mean this is the dark world kind of the murky gray area that the clintons so you know so well operate in. since it is a private entity and the foundation said we consider this a private entity mrs. clinton wasn't -- she didn't have disclose this. as john said this private entity is regulated by the swedish government. the charitable donations it gives has to be approved by the swedish government so they are very interconnect and it's something that should have been disclosed to state or you know if she wanted to be fully transparent with the money. >> kelly, let's break this down. $26 million clinton foundation. $750,000 bill clinton.
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that's at the highest level of what he got paid. at the same time mrs. clinton's team in washington is being lobbied by the swedish government and they made the decision even though western countries were in fact trying every effort to stop tehran's nuclear program according to diplomatic cables that you found. they gave them a pass at the same time they're accepting money. is that -- >> i mean that's exactly it. that's exactly right, sean. and what we see from the cables that were coming from stockholm, to the state department at the time was saying you know sweden is saying that it's not ramping up trade with iran but it actually is. it's very concerned that sanctions against iran is going to hurt its two largest companies volvo an erickson and volvo and erickson have a huge part in sweden's economy, very invested. they're the first and second largest employer. they're the largest companies by revenue for swede. so, i mean, they were very concerned with kind of the
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activities of erickson and volvo at this time not to mention there was intelligence cables coming across giving tracking information to track dissidents. there was a bunch of reports that raised red flags on these companies. >> john let me go back to you. >> sure. >> as hillary clinton's state department is giving a waiver to the swedish companies can do business with iran that undercuts what western nations are trying to in terms of stopping the nuclear program. at the same time they're getting money. is there any laws that you have uncovered in the course of your investigation? it sounds to me like buying influence. >> well you know sean you and i have been a long time and covered a lot of the clinton scandals. one of the things that is remarkable to me no matter how many times congressional investigators raise questions, though we've had federal investigators, we've had john wong go to prison and charlie tree, all the people in the '90s and the clintons expressed their sorrow of what happened.
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doesn't appear they have sensitivity to the appearance that they put a for-sale sign out in front of the government. i think the one rule that does apply here federal code of conduct says that an employee like mrs. clinton must avoid not only a conflict of interest but the appearance of a conflict of interest. i think a lot of people who read our story this morning saw an appearance issue here which is this just looks bad, isn't what government is supposed to be doing. >> kelly, could we say that the clintons undercut and compromised national security for donations to the charitable contribution and their personal enrichment? >> well what we saw was a lot of coincidences. at the time they set up this swedish slush fund to raise money for, you know, the foundation. the country that they raised it in was heavily lobbying the hillary clinton state department and ultimately what happened you didn't see any swedish companies listed in the iranian sanctions in 20 -- that were issued in 2011 and 2012. >> all right, guys good reporting. going to be interesting to see
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blowing up his cars. cops put their lives on the line every single day. you wouldn't know it watching the mainstream media. geraldo, and fox business anchor, dagen mcdowell. we have this whole ferguson effect. this happens every day. we don't ever talk about these stories. isn't -- do we now need to in fairness -- >> we talk about them on this program all the time. >> this program. >> yes. i believe -- >> the media doesn't. >> i believe deep down that many if not most americans believe in the goodness and the work of police forces across this country. >> i think it's -- >> they know that they put their lives on the line and they respect that. >> what they're doing today is the police officers they did to returning servicemen in vietnam, spitting on them. that's a good analogy in my opinion opinion. also people who perpetuate the false notion of hands up, don't shoot, are like holocaust deny
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deniers in reverse be it on a smaller magnitude. attorney general eric holder who's black who works for a black president who got replaced by a black woman actually came out and said it did not happen yet the media and other people keep perpetuating -- >> i have the numbers on this. let me put them up on the screen. you're raising a really good point here. major network use the phrase "hands up don't shoot" 140 times between the time michael brown was shot and the doj report came out saying it was a myth. look at that. 140. now, after the doj report came out with you know clarifying and deeming it a myth well then they mentioned it 16 more times for the fun of it and clips that media research found showing major networks still referencing this myth of "hands up don't shoot" without clarifying it was a myth. you got the evening news on cbs, nbc news you got "gma," "world news tonight." they're all doing it. you work media. this is malpractice, geraldo.
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>> i put the blame squarely on the misinformation for the epidemic i believe that there is an epidemic of disgust and disdain against cops that is having the effect, the baltimore effect where cops say, why should i risk my life if i try to do anything? i'm either going to get in trouble with the civilian complaint review board or the crowd that gathers is going to threaten me in some way. why should i put my neck on the line? what you saw there, a spontaneous reaction a credible courage and selflessness, but there is indeed this terrible -- >> that's why i hope that there are body cameras from coast to coast. >> me too. >> but a it will have -- you know if there is wrongdoing it will record that but in the many instances where cops are sacrificing their lives and putting their lives on the line -- >> you'll see that too. >> you're going to see it time and again. >> wait a minute. these numbers in the media and the president who continually went out there, "a," rushed to judgment --
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>> that's exactly right. >> "b" used the same narrative himself. >> aided and abetted by cnn, msnbc. protesters president and others prejudged the case ferguson case for example, where he demonized him to this day he's still in hiding, still a villain. the only way he can rehabilitate himself is if he transitions to a woman. it seems like -- then he'd be treated like a little kitten. >> that's the biggest fake story out there. that guy. >> kaitlyn jenner? you think that's fake? >> i think it's real. $500 million. and then he'll -- because he's not cutting it off he'll change his mind in five -- >> i'm changing the suspect. >> you have to say she because i made that mistake and i had people on twitter saying they needed to resoapen auschwitz for me. >> i think the biggest shock in
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the interview with diane sawyer is when he said he's a conservative-republican, she nearly fell off her chair. >> you misuse a pronoun and they want to re-open a concentration camp. by the way, you want the media to correct the "hands up don't shoot"? >> we i want them to apologize and take responsibility. >> you will have a better chance of squeezing a shot of tequila out of my shoe than that. >> is there any tequila in your shoe? >> i was going to make a crack about shipping champagne out of your slipper. rather let me -- let me make this point. the problem with the false narrative is the notion that the civil rights issue of our day is excessive police force directed against the minority community. what the real civil rights issue of our day is the suicide that's happening in the ghetto. there's a civil war going on. we have to recognize and say that -- >> can't say that geraldo, that people are killing eachappalling what's going on.
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>> demonizing the clowns. you have al sharpton cnn, msnbc, they have to apologize, they bear a responsibility for the crime wave occurring right now. >> good to see you all. thanks for being with us. coming up next tonight right here on "hannity." >> there are two things true about the clintons in this area. one, they like people who work in the dark. >> describe your relationship with sid blumenthal secretary clinton. >> they like loyalty. he's been loyal to her for a long time and like the masters in the dark arts. >> rnc is calling out hillary clinton for her questionable friendships. coming up next frank luntz is here with reaction. straight ahead. which may be preventing you from getting the sleep you need. talk to your doctor about ways to manage your insomnia.
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here is hillary this week watch this. >> to to the end of the line. why don't you go to the end of the line. >> go to the end of the line. oh. why don't you just stop? take a picture?
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>> because she's not cuddly or friendly. >> really? but there is a under lying factor here which is that the number one attribute voters want is integrity. over seven weeks i've never seen a presidential candidate go into more scandals more aspects of fund raising, behavior of the e mails, all of it sean and i'm not sure priced numbers are where they are now. she's still beating every republican candidate in just about every survey. >> that is way too early. one poll that matters if people don't find you honest and trust worthy, that is across almost every poll. >> provided that voters and i'm hoping america hasn't changed so much because we're not the same today that we were ten years
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ago. >> it's true. >> she starts out with 47% of the vote. she's up there. and makes me wonder what are americans watching and thinking about? >> one key question republicans are going to have to come to grips with is how to go after hillary. the rnc played an ad. >> washington, d.c. businessmen jeffrey thompson admitted to giving donations to a candidate, hillary clinton. >> i have many many old friends. >> a democrat fund-raiser that supported hillary clinton in 2008 pleaded guilty to evading contribution limits and witness tampering. >> that is just part of the give and take. as leaders we have a choice who we associate with and who we apparently give some kind of
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seal approval to. >> my thought is that campaign hasn't started the ads haven't run, and 57% think she's dishonest. wait until the ads run. right? >> here is the problem, sean. is that there are many ads. if you live in ohio florida, colorado, iowa new hampshire, you're going to get more political ads than mcdonalds burger king and chick-fil-a combined. early advertising makes a tremendous impact on what voters think. and on the ad you know no announcer. you heard her statement about her friends and gt to watch what the friends do in politics it's a smart aproef. >> let me go to chris christie. his state has been down graded nine times and was at governor rick scott's forum that he had this week.
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here is what he said about entitlement reform and listen to this. >> it's great to lead off a national conversation talking about reform. 71% of the federal budget this year 71% is spent on incentives she'll have been coming through here and having conversation was governor scott. we'll talk about national defense education, tax cuts the other 29%, if you don't talk about what you're going to talk about in 29%, you have no right to talk about the other 29%. >> i like what he said. is he going to have a hard time because the state down graded five times? >> his negatives are high the highest negative rash yes but let's give him credit. politicians have refused to discuss this issue since 86. and i do hope he's a candidate.
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i hope he runs >> if he runs ads are going to be new jersey down graded one time, two times, three times. >> you can read nine times, hard to overcome. >> you know it's going to happen i hope you runs it gives me an excuse to go to my favorite diner in new jersey. >> all about you, frank, everything. >> you got it. thanks, sean. >> tonight your question of the day is next. introducing the first ever gummy multivitamin from centrum. a complete, and tasty new way to support... your energy... immunity... and metabolism like never before. centrum multigummies. see gummies in a whole new light. you wouldn't order szechuan without checking the spice level. it really opens the passages. waiter. water. so why would you invest without checking brokercheck? check your broker with brokercheck.
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