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for megyn on the road. do not forget to buy your copy of "settle for more." thachk f thanks for watching. in is "the kelly file." the best selling author will be back next week with you on fox news. ♪ welcome to "hannity." so the alt radical left are becoming completely unhinged. trump's senior adviser kellyanne conway will be here with reaction. first. we have tonight's opening mono log, the liberals and the main street media are losing their minds off the fact that donald trump is going to be the next president of the united states. now last night the harvard institute of politics held a forum with operatives from both political campaigns, kellyanne conway attended and had this exchange with the clinton campaign's communication director, the one and only ever so kind jennifer palmieri.
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watch this. >> that's right. no, you wouldn't, respectfully. >> do you think i ran a campaign where white supremacists had a platform? >> it did, kellyanne, it did. >> do you think you could have had a decent message for the white working class voters? do you think this woman who has nothing in common with -- >> i'm not saying -- >> with anybody you want -- we flipped over 200 counties. how about hillary clinton doesn't connect with me, they have nothing in common with her. >> pretty unbelievable and pathetic. the clinton campaign still trying to play the race card. they refuse to admit their candidate hillary was a terrible candidate with no vision. instead they are throwing out insults and wasting their time with the ridiculous so-called recount attempt. while the sore losers continue with their collective hissy fit, the abusive biassed press are seeking to a duss tubbing new
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low. yesterday before president-elect trump's announcement of carrier, fte live obama tanld a video of a cnn producer joking about donald trump's plane crashing. really? take a look. >> good. i did this -- >> okay. >> the plane crashed. no, i'm kidding. >> so after that disgusting video surfaced on line we reached out to cnn and they gave us a statement that reads, quote, an unfortunate inappropriate remark was made by one of our producers off camera yesterday. we have ajiespologized transiti seem and they've been disciplined. what, no more hot cocoa, playdohs or coloring books. also tonight, president-elect trump, he is keeping his word to you, the american people, and it seems that liberals can't really stand it. remember when he made this
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promise? now, do you think anybody in the obama administration goes to see carrier and say, stay here? i would speak with the folks at carrier and i would say, if you leave there are consequences. and here are the consequences, you're going to leave indiana, you're going to leave indian ap list, i wish you a lot of luck in mexico. enjoy the heat. enjoy the heat. and i hope you build a really beautiful factory. but here is what is going to happen. we will be charging you a 35% tax every single unit. >> so donald trump, he kept his word. now, after new broke out earlier this week about the trump carrier deal which of course saves over 1100 jobs in america, by the way, carrier is going to spend $16 million on revamping the plant, all of the co-hosts of "the view," they lost it too. a tough time for liberals. >> donald trump claims he scored a big victory for keeping jobs in america. he says he struck a deal with
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the carrier air conditioning firm that will keep them from moving to mexico, saving almost 1,000 jobs. now, there's no details of the deal that anyone has seen but, you know, do you think americans will say, oh, well, see, he is keeping his promisor are they going to wonder, what did you have to give up in order to keep folks here? >> yeah. >> i hope they do that. i think people though do just read the headlines and they're thinking, oh, my goodness, he is bringing jobs back. but at what cost to the american worker. >> you hear the smugness in their voices? only overpaid media elites like that, completely separated from you, the american people, would complain that american jobs were actually saved, 1100. well, they don't seem to understand or even care because, you know what? that carrier deal, you've got hard working americans, guess what, they don't have to worry about putting gifts under the christmas tree this year. they don't have to worry about paying their bills in the future or keeping their homes and cars
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or about feeding their families or sending their kids to college. and because these jobs are staying, other businesses won't be impacted negatively either. how refreshing is that? the president-elect not just talk, he proved it yesterday. right here on this program last night in his first cable news interview as president-elect, mr. trump told us he intends to keep a all right more of his promises. take a look. >> we're going to build a wall. i mean i heard that every once in a while they say maybe it is not going to be totally, there are certain places you don't need a wall because, you know, you have mountains, you have other things, you have large and rather vicious rivers, but, no, we're building a wall. it is going to a real wall, we're going to put in a healthcare bill. a real strong healthcare bill. i think it is going to be terrific. >> you're still solid on supreme court justices, originalists. >> yes. have one to appoint very soon. i'm down to probably three or four. >> are they from the list? >> from the list. they are terrific people.
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highly respected. brilliant people, and we'll be announcing that pretty soon, too. >> here now with reaction trump senior adviser kellyanne conway. what was going on? i got to first -- i applaud you. how you could be in the room with mook an palmieri, and who else was there. >> jill benison, the chief pollster who made probably 50 times more than i did on the losing campaign. >> all of the clinton biggies. i say this with all due -- you got them. it was the single greatest harvard debate beat down in history. i mean they still seem to not believe what happened. >> probably the only way i can get into harvard. >> yeah, probably. you and me both. >> anyway, sean, look, we were talking about the messaging, the mechanics, our digital operation, the way someone like dave bossy and i looked at the schedule to try to deploy our two greatest assets, mike pence
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and donald trump to different states to try to dip into her 244 electoral vote advantage she started with. so it was a perfectly fine conversation. and then they just unloaded, and it just struck me as a complete lack of self-awareness of what just happened three weeks ago. we saw it on display with the democrats. they had a chance to learn from their own election and refuse to. they put nancy pelosi as their leader for another term, a san francisco wealthy liberal who lost 60 congressional seats on her watch, was speaker of the house for four years and lost that perch because they took the country in a very liberal, pro-government direction. they have lost 1,000 state legislative seats on president obama's watch. the 5,000 house seats, over a dozen governors, over a dozen senate seats, more than that. so they're not learning these lessons, and you saw it on display last night. look, if you are the clinton team and you had no muscle in your head that would actually take you to a place where donald trump can actually win -- >> it is called a brain, yeah.
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>> no, no, they're smart people. they're very smart people. but there was nothing in there that would actually let them even embrace the idea that maybe they would lose and donald trump would win, so they just simply weren't prepared for this. to think they totally missed america, that they don't understand america's concerns, that americans truly did not like her and did not trust her and did not want her to be commander in chief and president of the united states, it is easier to scapegoat bannon and jim comey and russian intelligence. how about once in a while saying we had a lousy candidate who never connected with people, gave absolutely no economic message in places like western pennsylvania, in iowa, michigan and wisconsin, in florida in places where donald trump said peace, prosperity, make america great again, patriotism, renegotiate bad trade deals, kill islamic terrorism forever more. she talked about them as our enemies, she said they're the jv
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team. that was -- somebody earlier in the day admitted the one part of the undecided -- the one time that the undecided voters started going away from hillary clinton was on september 9th when she made the deplorables and irredeemable comment because you found out what she thinks about you. they said she apologized for that. no, she apologized for getting caught, not the content of the comment. >> what do you make ofnn? i understand jeb zucker was at the event and apparently people shouted at him a little bit. i guess the more important question is if you collude with the clinton campaign and you feed her questions before a town hall, you ask the dnc for questions against your candidate, donald trump, that seems to me that like a fake news organization. you know, do they deserve a seat in the white house press room? >> well, as i said last night in a forum, the biggest piece of fake news in this entire election cycle is that donald trump couldn't win. >> that was fake news. >> that was settled quite a bit pretty much on every network and most cable stations.
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jeff zucker from cnn took the most fire from the republican presidential campaign managers who did not win. they felt that giving that coverage basically, basically the coverage of all of donald trump's throughout the primary cost their candidates precious air time. that's how they came after him. others were attacking jeff zucker for having some of our spokes people on there saying they should not have been allowed on because they weren't telling the truth when, wow, if you see what some of their paid analysts say day in and day out, i would remind all of your viewers no one on tv is ever under oath. almost all goes in the same direction. it is very simple. there are people part of the permanent campaign. they can't get over the fact donald trump won. by the way, it wasn't a squeaker. you know what started the argument yesterday? team clinton going back to the popular vote. i said, hey, all of your graphics and all of your fancy packages that said road to 270, not road to the popular vote. you ran the same and we got -- donald trump won 30 of 50
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states, he flimd over 50 counties that barack obama held in 2012. this wasn't a squeaker. >> he wanted to push up the popular he would have been in california, new york, new jersey. >> and we would have won anyway. >> i guess the most important thing, number one, people love you when i'm out and about. they really do. >> very kind. >> i think you had a very big, calming impact on mr. trump from what i saw. >> he's the best. he's brilliant, a master negotiator and a great communicator. >> they tried to proper tray some kind of divide between you and the president-elect over the issue of mitt romney. i heard a lot of things, some of the biggest supporters don't want him as secretary of state because of the things they said. they're defensive of the president-elect. the other thing is you heard it last night, lock her up. that isn't determined by anybody. isn't that going to be determined by the new justice department? >> yes, he believes in federalism and separation of parties. all he was saying is he is
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focused on healthcare and immigration and in the case of helping carrier keep 1100 jobs here in indiana and not in mexico. here they will be making $23 an hour, there $3 an hour. it is a better deal for the american worker, not with standing what other people on the networks are saying. on the thing about donald trump and i, you read the "new york times" article. >> i saw you behind him at the desk, you wouldn't be there if he was mad. >> i would resign, busy believe he will be a great important. >> what will your roll be? >> it is call the kellyanne role apparently. i can be inside and be in the west wing if he said he wants me there or be outside and build the political operation, basically have the super structure, sean, we tap into to help push forward president trump's supreme court nominees and the other federal positions. >> there will be a lot of fights ahead. >> there will be a lot of fights. he is a guy that will get great things done quickly and we want
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to make sure he has the surround super structure to support the initiatives on the outside. >> the left see see. >> the left is going to lie, go crazy. they can't accept election results let alone he is going to find problems. he is not inaugurated yet and he helped carrier keep the jobs here. >> great. >> imagine what he will do as president. >> by the way, you are first woman -- and we don't believe in identity politics, neither of us. >> that's correct. >> you are the first woman to win a presidential campaign and i thought yesterday was probably one of the more entertaining moments i've seen in the entire campaign. i congratulate you on both those things. >> thank you. we had a great team and a brilliant candidate and vice presidential candidate. >> it helps if you have a good candidate. >> one of the messages of the campaign is there's no substitute for a quality candidate. doesn't matter how many focuses, money you have, celebrities on the stage, presidents, former presidents. >> beyonce didn't do it. >> no, it is anything -- surrounding herself with people larger than her in terms of
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personality and popularity made her seem small. but you need a good message and a great messenger. >> kellyanne, congratulations. >> thank you, sean. >> look forward to hearing about your new role. up next on this busy friday news night on "hannity." we won in a landslide. it was a landslide. and we didn't have the press. the press was brutal. president-elect trump is calling out the abusively biassed mainstream media at last night's rally in cincinnati. also tonight -- how many of you think the media in this country has been unfair to donald trump? who has been the worst in the media? >> cnn! >> all right. i asked trump supporters at last night's rally who is most biassed. we will get reaction. michelle malkin coming up. later tonight, larry elder, mercedes schlapp and florida attorney general pam bondi and nigel farage straight ahead. i had frequent heartburn,
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. live from america's news headquarters i'm patricia stark. president obama taking to facebook live friday, urging people to help save the affordable care act. the president saying it has improved millions of lives in the six years since he signed the bill making obamacare the law of the land. he says with the election of donald trump as president republican chances of repealing the act have increased, and he also urged people to sign up by the december 15th deadline. it has been a year since a husband and wife paris team opened fire on coworkers in california. when the shooting ended, 14 county health workers were dead, another 22 wounded. friday, workers remembered their fallen colleagues an friends. a moment of silence just before 11:00 a.m. local time followed by the ringing of a bell 14
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times, once for each of the victims. i'm patricia stark, and now back to "hannity." ♪ we won in a landslide. that was a landslide. and we didn't have the press. the press was brutal. remember, you cannot get to 270. the dishonest press. there is no road. folks, how many times did we hear this? there is no path to 270. how about when a major anchor who hosted a debate started crying when she realized that we won? >> all right. president-elect donald trump sounding off on the corrupt alt-left mainstreet media last night in cincinnati. true to form just seconds after
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the speech ended all of the trump bashing network, the clinton news network began with this. take a look. >> the question is what kind of president would donald trump be, and, wow. i mean it is almost hard to wrap your mind around. i agree with you that there were lots of, you know, divisive comments, especially and unfortunately about the press. >> it was a goodbye to american leadership in the world, goodbye to globalization. he is going to lead a nativist, populous movement. if you want to join him, fine. if you don't, forget it. he is going to do it in a narcissistic way. he is not going to change. >> that throw away line about, please don't be mean to each other. there's somebody -- >> it is a throw away line but one he has never given. >> i'm happy to -- >> he read it as if it were a hostage message, not from the heart. >> exactly. last night in cincinnati i had the opportunity to ask some of trump supporters attending the rally what they thought of the mainstream media's treatment
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of president-elect trump. take a look. how many of you think the media in the country has been unfair to donald trump? who has been the worst in the media? >> cnn! >> abc. >> who else? >> cnn. >> msnbc. >> who else? >> cnn. here with reaction syndicated columnist, host of the upcoming series michelle malkin investigates on cr is michelle malkin. i missed you. we haven't had you in a while. congratulations on the new series. i'm very happy for you. >> well, thank you. i appreciate that. very excited about hosting my own investigative show, but more excited to be back with you here, sean. >> we've miss you. >> reveling -- >> it's been too long. all right. so i asked people, they get it, they understand what happened in this election. i made a comment that if you colluded with the clinton campaign, if you were feeding
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questions to her before debate like cnn or seeking questions for donald trump from the dnc, that probably you don't belong in the white house press office because i kind of view that as fake news. what are your thoughts? >> well, i think you raise a very good point, and i hope that your friends in the upcoming trump administration are listening. there needs to be consequences for the dishonesty and for the fakery and for the agenda-driven journalism, quote, unquote, that has been allowed to have free rein in washington for far too long. and as i said, i'm enjoying, i am reveling in all of the tears that we're seeing from the buttercups and the snowflakes who are in full melt down and the elite msn. it is about time they be called out. i think that donald trump has the prerogative to remind these people of how wrong they were,
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and i hope he does it not only in ohio as he did last night but everywhere elsewhere he's going to thank the voters who ignored all of the fake news and did the right thing for the country. >> you know, that's really what happened. i call this the forgotten man, forgotten woman election. i gave out statistics, i won't repeat them for an entire year. i know you know what they are. but there's so many millions of americans suffering in poverty, on food stamps, out of work, lowest homeownership rate in 51 years. she couldn't tap into that. she didn't seem to understand what was happening. so it is obama's failure, hillary is a horrible candidate, and he said he's going to drain the swamp and fix the mess. are you happy with the plan as he has laid it out, especially the economic plan? >> so far, yes. and i think what you're seeing with the media is what you're seeing at the meltdown that you talked about with kellyanne at harvard. these people are still in denial, and denial ain't just a river in egypt.
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it is also the fuel that has basically been the life blood not only of all of these strategists and these consultants and the consultant class and the donor class in washington, but also all of the losers in the mainstream media who are completely out of touch with what you call the forgotten women and the forgotten men, and it is their absolute contempt for those people who are their readers, who are paying for subscriptions, who are putting food on the table of these journalists that explains why they're in such a meltdown now. look, i have been in the news and opinion business for 25 years now, and i have never seen as big as an unhinged movement as we're seeing with these people, who have doubled down on their losing, con descending ways when it comes to how to treat american people. >> it is going to get ugly. >> yes. >> i think they've only begun the attempts at slander, smear,
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besmirchment. i think it is only the beginning. i think if you voted for donald trump and you want him to succeed and you believe in his agenda, you better buckle up because there's rough waters ahead in a big way. that's my prediction. i wish i was wrong but i don't think i am. >> no doubt about it. >> great to see you again, michelle. we will be watching on >> thanks, sean. >> up next on busy "hannity" straight ahead. in the two sense history call and the people of this great state answered, and you're going to be very happy. we're going to say right now, what are we going to do? we're going to make america great again. you watch. >> more highlights from donald trump's thank you rally from last night. we will check in with larry elder, mercedes schlapp and florida attorney general pam bondi, they're all here. also late tonight. >> we're going to be rescinding executive orders but i don't think we have to use very many executive orders because we have a congress that's going to go along with things. i think a lot of democrats are going to join the drain. >> during our cable exclusive interview last night the president-elect said democrats,
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they're going to jump on the train and work with him. will they? we'll get reaction. should they lock her up as the crowd was chanting last night? that and more straight ahead. ♪
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place of birth. we spend too much time focusing on what divides us. now is the time to embrace the one thing that truly unites us. you know what that is? america, america. it is america. [cheers]. >> all right. that was president-elect donald trump at last night's thank you rally in cincinnati, ohio, where we were. joining ugs with reaction nationally syndicated talk show host with salem radio network larry elder. fox news contributor mercedes schlapp who is being pushed as possible rnc chair. pam bondi is joining us, she met with president-elect trump at trump tower. how did the meeting go? >> it went great. i talk with him and i'm on the transition team. he is working so hard and he has
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been amazing. >> he works hard and is meeting a lot of people which i think is great. i love the idea when people do nice things for you, maybe i'm old school, you say thank you. >> yes. >> and then he went to ohio, he said thank you and he said, everything i said i meant and i'm going to follow through on. >> and he's doing it. he is doing it, and he is working so hard already. it is just amazing to really see him in there as president-elect and how much he cares and how sincere he is and the brilliant choices he's making to fill his cabinet and all of the spots around him. i'm just proud to be his friend. >> mercedes, where would you ever want to follow reince priebus when republicans have more state houses, more governorships, now they have the white house, the house and senate. there's probably only one way to go from here, and that's down. why would you want that job? >> well, no, not going down at all with donald trump. we're going up. are you kidding me? >> you mean you won't be happy
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until we have every state house, every governorship? >> that's right. we have to keep moving forward and building the republican party. but, you know, it is an honor to even be considered. obviously it is a decision for the president-elect and the committee members vote on the next rnc chairman. i have to say reince priebus and his team have done such an outstanding job. talk about someone that's been fair and tough and had one of the toughest jobs during the primary season, and the fact that he's been able to build out such a solid ground game for the party i think has been impressive. so a lot of great talent out there so we'll see what happens. >> he told me four years ago when romney lost, it was their biggest weakness, they were going to fix it. larry, as you watch as a more libertarian conservative what president-elect trump is doing, are you happy so far with what he is saying and what he is planning to do? >> i really am. he's connecting with the american people. i said this many times on your show, sean, it is still the economy, stupid. people are economically anxious
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and this deal with carrier, it is huge. he saved 1,000 jobs. he's delivered already on one of his campaign promises to protect american jobs, to put america first. i couldn't be happier. he wants to cut taxes. he wants to rein in some of the regulations that have killed jobs, and he wants to do something about securing the borders, that has put down pressure people working in the inner city with low skills. all of which will give us a thriving economy, far better than we had for the last eight years. i'm ecstatic. >> that's the funny things. you watch how the left is reacting to this, even the jobs at carrier, all he said is it would be a better business climate, corporate taxes 15%, repatriated money, eliminating regulations. they will spend $16 million on that plant, 1100 more people have jobs and the left is complaining. the women of "the view" went insane. >> how in the world could they complain? these families now will have -- and i think i herald you say
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this -- a great holiday, a christmas, they're going to have jobs, they'll be able to keep their homes. he is doing exactly what he said he would do, he is helping people. >> when you meet with him, what is he asking you? what do you talk about? >> you know, i don't think an school when you're on the transition. >> right. >> and you're in the room with him, but he's -- he's always kashs mattic. he is funny, so down-to-earth. as well as reince, i can't say enough good things about reince and steve bannon and the whole team. they're working so hard. they're great. >> mercedes, you took a lot from the never-trumper people. you and your husband, you guys were kind of isolated there in washington a little bit for a while, right? >> right. well, i think we have the scars to prove it. but, you know, what i really am excited about is the fact when you do see donald trump out, back in what i would say the rallies, it gives him an opportunity to connect with the people and it really gives him such energy.
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i have toy sar say looking at t team he is putting around him, cabinet picks, conservative picks, folks he has chosen, i think, sean, is sending a strong message how he will lead. >> yeah. >> even taking the case of carrier company which is showing his type of leadership. which is, guess what? he's not going to waste time, he will get results done. think it is promising compared to when president obama said we'll never get those jobs back from carrier. this is not a guy who is going to give up. i think that is such a refreshing attitude. >> you know -- >> for the american people. >> larry, one thing you have often said and i have said is that, okay, 90% of the black vote historically goes to the democrats. if trump is able to target some inner cities with some of these economic growth, the building of factories, creation of jobs. >> right. >> coupled with the education money going back to states and local municipalities where i think inner cities have been disproportionately impacted in a
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negative way, could that shift the demographics come 2020? >> i think it is already happening. don't forget vouchers. this is a man who wants to give inner city parents a choice, and they polls overwhelmingly show black and brown parents living in inner city do not want to be told where to send their kid to an underperforming government school. he wants to give them vouchers where the money follows the child rather than the other way around. that is going to improve the black vote. already he has done better than john mccain or mitt romney did four years ago. he got a higher percentage of the black or hispanic vote, despite his alleged hostility to mexicans. >> when we come back on this busy night on "hannity." >> we're going to rescind executive orders but we don't have to use many because we have a congress that will go along with things and i think democrats will join the train. >> during any exclusive
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interview with president-elect trump he said democrats will work with him on key policy issues. we'll get reaction next with nigel fraurj and rick grenell, and later tonight. [cheers] ♪ the crowd again chanting, lock her up at the rally in cincinnati last night. should that happen with the new attorney general. bo dietl, doug schoen weigh in and more straight ahead on "hannity." ♪ hey, need fast heartburn relief? try cool mint zantac. it releases a cooling sensation in your mouth and throat. zantac works in as little as 30 minutes. nexium can take 24 hours. try cool mint zantac. no pill relieves heartburn faster.
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welcome back to "hannity." last night during ♪ welcome back to "hannity." so last night during our cable exclusive interview with president-elect trump, well, he told me about working with democrats. is this really possible? take a look. >> we're going to be rescinding executive orders but i don't think we have to use many executive orders because we have a congress that's going to go along with things. i think a lot of democrats are
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going to join the train, if you want to know the truth. >> have you talked to many? >> yes, i have. people are -- you know, i know so many people in politics over the years. a lot of people say, oh, he has never been in politics. i've been really active, mostly from the other side, but we're going to have a lot of democrats joining us on a lot of these things, maybe even healthcare. but so many of the things we will be pushing, they're common sense and we will get a lot of support, and i think it will start happening very soon. >> all right. here now with reaction is the leader of brexit nigel farage and the former spokesperson to the u.s. ambassador to the u.n., he was spotted at trump tower earlier today, rick grenell is with us. all right. everybody spotted at trump tower. i don't think there's a living, breathing american that hasn't been to trump tower. >> look, i think that it is so great that donald trump is looking for a wide variety of opinions right now. as you said in the lead-up, democrats as well. we used to have reagan democrats. we now have trump democrats. the fact of the matter, sean, is
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that donald trump won because there were a number of voters who voted for barack obama last election and they switched their vote to donald trump this election. >> right. >> they are former obama voters now trump voters. think about that. >> amazing. nigel, you are so active, so involved with what happened with brexit. you were over here telling americans it can happen here, meaning brexit can happen here. and now your life is being threatened, which is a separate issue. i'm sorry to read about that. >> yeah. >> more importantly, you see this movement going worldwide. where do you see the next stop on this, you know, stop globalism train? >> well, i do. i see 2016 as the year of the political revolution, in fact two revolutions, one in the u.k., one in the u.s.a., and it is about nation state democracy, taking back control of our lives and our future direction. this sunday there is a referendum in italy called by
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the prime minister. he wants to try to centralize power in italy and my suspicion is he will lose it. we may finish up with an emergency government in italy. >> didn't they have like 63 governments or 64 governments in 70 years? it is like every year they get a new government in italy. >> yes, that's right. but there's one big difference this time, which is the four big italian banks are in a perilous condition. i am guessing that if renzi, the prime minister, loses this referendum you might start to see a further run on those banks at which point the european union will be asked to come in and bail out not just greece, which is a small country, but italy which is a big one. >> where does this movement go from there? do you see there's now even expanding further throughout europe, especially -- you know, i read the other day the second most popular name given to babies in great britain is mohamed, the islamization of europe, i talked about it a lot. we talk about the terror attacks that have been taking place in
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europe. is this because there hasn't been vetting and multiculturalism? what do you think it is? >> let's be honest, as far as most of the european union is concerned it is because mrs. merkel last year said as many of you as want to come can come, by the way, we're not going to vet a single one of you or see whether any of you really qualify as refugees. some did, but an awful lot didn't. that's led to huge increasing tensions. remember this, of the eight people that committed the atrocities in paris exactly a year ago, five 'em them got into france crossing the mediterranean on those boats. if that wasn't warning enough, i don't know what was. also on sunday this week, the austrians are rerunning their presidential election. the president in austria being the head of state, not with much executive power but still very important. i would put my money on the freedom party's mr. hoffer winning that election. it will seen to be the first
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time a far right party has taken the presidency or the prime ministership of the european union country, and he will be calling for austria to have a referendum on their membership of the european union. >> wow. the biggest challenge i think that president-elect, soon-to-be president trump will have will be with the issue of vetting refugees. lindsey graham is trying to lock in the so-called dreamers and offer them amnesty, et cetera. >> i think enforcing the laws will be hard work and getting read of sanctuary cities. >> that's all he has to do. the laws are there. >> right, the laws are there. we don't need new laws. we need to enforce the ones we have. people that want sanctuary cities, who want political cities where you get to pick and choose which laws you abide by, that has to go away. it is a fight we relish but republicans will win on that.
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>> good to see you both. thank you, rick. nigel, you are a rock star. you have become a hero in the states. thank you. >> very kind. >> up next on this busy news night on "hannity." [chanting: lock her up]. >> last night president-elect trump supporters were chanting once again, lock her up. should we? bo dietl, doug schoen weigh in next. ♪ you totanobody's hurt, new car. but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car. liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance.
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. we did have a lot of fun fighting ♪ we did have a lot of fun fighting hillary, didn't we? all right. [cheers] [chanting: lock her up]. all right. that was last night in cincinnati, the crowd chanting lock her up. should we? joining us now former clinton pollster, fox news contributor doug schoen and democratic merrill candidate for the city of new york, he's out of his mind but a friend of mine. i'm voting for you. the first time i would ever vote for a democrat. >> ronald reagan democrat, blue
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dog democrat. what's up? >> listen, the city is a mess. they could use your help. >> yeah. >> i'm supporting you. doug, you believe in equal justice under the law, correct? >> i do, sure. >> okay. if hillary is found to have broken the law either on the clinton foundation or the e-mail server -- >> sure. >> by the way, mishandling of e-mails is against the law. should she be treated different than christian saucier who is now in jail for a year because he took six pictures when he was working inside a submarine? should she get better treatment than him? >> i don't think it is a question of better treatment. i think there's a different and larger question, sean, which is bringing the country together. does donald trump said and i agree with him, there's no purpose in -- >> but that's not his -- >> -- her being prosecuted. >> that's not his focus, which is right thing to do. >> i agree with his judgment. >> but christian saucer is in
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jam for six pictures on a phone on a submarine and hillary broke the law like she did, why should she get different treatment. >> it is isn't clear they broke the law, but there's prosecutorial discretion in the country. >> so he goes to jail. >> i think the discretion is the country comes together and work to solve common problems, not relitigate old fights. >> we have chavez with the oversight committee. they're investigating. you have the $12 million from iraq going to clinton foundation, half a million dollars going to the state candidate in virginia, earmarked by the governor there. you have so many investigations. they start the investigation, they have to finish. if there's criminality, you have to continue. you have the justice department, a new sheriff in town, a new united states attorney that is not like loretta lynch. if they have evidence -- look, if you break the law, you commit a crime, i don't care if you
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lost the election. what if she won? she would be going all guns against donald trump. you know what? if you broke the law you have to serve your time. >> all right. we're going to let our audience decide. bo dietl, i think you're crazy but good luck. i don't vote in the city, you know but i support you. >> by the way, this is not the way to get elected mayor of new york, by attacking democrats. >> well, it is one thing -- >> you would be the first democrat i ever consider voting for. >> hold on a second. how about voting for the man and forget about the party label? my heart is with new york and i love it. that's what i'm running for, the mayor of new york. >> we got to break. >> that's a -- that's a better program for you. >> all right, guys. thank you. when we come back, we need your help. a very important question of the day. straight ahead. ♪ like savings of $50 on this sportsman's elite 30" digital electric smoker. plus, visit for daily cyber week specials and free shipping.
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