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i don't want to go outside, it's cold outside. i want to stay here. that's how the song goes. it's romantic. now i will see you tomorrow morning. have a good night. welcome to "hannity." donald trump continues his thank you tour by holding a rally in fayetteville, this being nk. donald trump's former campaign manager cory lewan do you ski will join us. first are some of the highlights from the president-elect's big event. >> and i'm here today for one main reason -- to thank you, the people of north carolina for being so incredible. we want to thank you. you went out and pounded the pavement. you organized your fellow
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citizens and propelled to victory a grassroots movement the likes of which nobody, nobody has ever seen before. we stand here today just miles from ft. bragg, the home of heroes. the home of heroes. the military families in north carolina are a national treasure. it will be the duty of my administration to ensure we protect those who protect us. we seek harmony and goodwill among the nations of the world and we believe that respect for mutual sovereignty helps form the basis of trust and understanding, but we don't want people taking advantage of us anymore. we don't want countries taking advantage of us anymore.
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we don't want that. we want to be the smart people not what we've withbeen over th last long period of time. we build up our military not as an act of aggression but as an act of prevention. we pursue and build up arms not in order to seek conflict but in order to avoid conflict. we want to be strong. in short, we seek peace through strength. >> and joining us now his former campaign manager, corey lewandowski. corey, good to see you. >> maybe i'm old-fashioned but when you ask people to do something for you and they do it, saying thank you is not a bad thing to do and it seems to be going over very well. the crowds are huge and he's planning on doing a number of other of these rallies.
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>> i think this is so smart not just going out and seeing the people and reminding them the power is not in washington but is out in the states but thank you for the support that they gave. this speech is powerful talking about the military, reminding them they'll have the tools necessary to be the best fighting force and with general mattis tonight this is a home run. >> by the way, great choice. we'll talk to colonel north later about mad dog mattis. i know the military is happy with that. the thing that i like about the speech is he'sç reinforcing th promises he made on the campaign trial. 15% corporate rate, repatriation, building a wall, repealing/remrplacing obamacare energy independence. to me if he does those things he will be a successful president because people, i think, want
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him to followthrough. didn't we see that with the announcement of this it deal that was made, a $50 billion investment, the soft bank deal that he made and announced at trump tower today. >> we saw that and last week 1,100 jobs stayed in indiana. those are hard-working americans who will be able to keep their jobs here and have a merry christmas. in his first four weeks of his presidency he's done more than barack obama has done the last four years. i know that's a strong statement but we see a commitment to our military, a commitment to reduce regulations so they can grow our economy not at 1%, not at 2% but 5%, lower the corporate tax rate so our country can be competitive in a global marketplace. his presidency is summed up in two words, america first. >> the two deals he made before
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becoming president begin to define a pattern that americans will get back to work, out of poverty, off food stamps, be able to purchase a home. you were up at harvard and you were part of a debate team. know you were there going up against jennifer palmieri and it got nasty on the side of the left. let me play a part of it with kellyanne and i want your perspective. >> i would rather lose than play the way you did. >> no, you wouldn't. >> no, you wouldn't. >> do you think i ran a campaign where white supremacists had a platform? >> you did. >> do you think you could have just had a decent message for the white working class voters? do you think this woman who has nothing in common with anybody -- >> that's how you campaigned that way.
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>> how about it's hillary clinton, she doesn't connect with people, they have nothing in common with her. >> my question, you were there. was it really that bad? are they really that far that far out of touch with reality? >> they had a fatally flawed candidate that never connected with the american people. donald trump won over 200 counties which obabarack obama four years ago. people want a better country. he understands the problems of the working class. he's fixing those problems already as we see by bringing jobs, keeping jobs here in america. the clinton campaign we're in a fundamentally flawed campaign and they refused to take any blame for the way the campaign turned out. they blame everybody except themselves for it. >> one of the things donald trump talked about was $4 billion being spent on air force one, a contract with boeing.
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i want to be clear here. i think the president of the united states regardless of who it happens to be needs the best, the safest aircraft in the day and age of radical islam and isis and al qaeda and fear of surface-to-air missiles. it's a scary time. air force one will need defenses no other plane needs. it's the right thing to do. here is what donald trump said earlier. >> the plane is totally out of control. it's going to be over $4 billion. it's for air force one program. i think it's ridiculous. i think boeing is doing a little bit of a number. we want boeing to make a lot of money but not that much money. thank you. >> "usa today" said $3.2 billion but somewhere in the range which is astronomical. i can't fathom any plane or two planes costing that amount of money. your thoughts? >> well, here is what it is. donald trump is a businessman who understands how to control costs to be successful and
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taking over the role as ceo of the united states is a $4 trillion budget and he's looking at $4 billion and saying is this the best we can do? let's shave the cost, use our taxpayer dollars wisely. i love this. if he's looking at a $4 billion investment as the grand total of what the federal government spends, that means all of those projects will be available for review. we're going to save money, return that money to the taxpayers, stop burden of the federal bureaucracy on to small businesses and grow our economy so we can compete in the global marketplace. why are we spending $4 billion if the plane should be a $2 billion plane? i agree with donald trump. >> look, you have to watch out for the taxpayers' money when we have $20 trillion in debt and $125 trillion in unfunded liabilities. there's an article today that quoted congressman flores of texas and the article talked at length about how some republicans, and we know a lot of them were not onboard with donald trump, i would even say
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speaker ryan, he even admits he didn't see what was happening in the country not even in his own home state. the gist of the article was let's just pass those things that we agree with donald trump about like cutting taxes, reforming the tax code, the easy things, and then the things we disagree on we'll deal with later. why do i feel they're never going to want to do the things later and only want to pass the things they want to pass. it's like you always get the tax increase and you never get the spending cuts, you get the amnesty and never the wall. is this it an indication of president-elect trump that he better pay very close attention to what these republicans are doing because if he wants immigration reform and tough vetting of refugees he'd better get it up front because otherwise he gives away his leverage? >> i think so. look, i think the first 100 days of this administration will be critical to make sure that his
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agenda is being accomplished and being put forth and he is going to washington, d.c., with a mandate and i think the republicans have to recognize that. he won more electoral votes as president since ronald reagan's re-electog. >> you don't any more than i do. >> i don't and what i know is that donald trump is a businessman and he knows how to accomplish deals, how to make sure people both walk away from the table happy but he's made a promise to the american people, and that promise is to build a wall on the southern border and protect u.s. citizens and the job of president of the united states is to make sure your citizens both here and abroad are safe. that is what he's going to do and no congressman, no member of the united states senate is going to stop him from doing that. >> by the way, isn't it better to be on a network where it's not ten on one? >> well, look, i have a lot of friends at the other side but it's nice to be here when we both agree donald trump is the right candidate for president of the united states. >> we'll be right back with him after the break and he will be debating austan goolsbee and coming up tonight on hannity.
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>> we did talk unity in cincinnati, the problem was, you know, he dissed hillary clinton, the crowd chanted lock her up. the crowd was mostly white. >> liberals and the cry baby mainstream media can't get over the fact donald trump, yes, will be our next president. corey lewandowski goes head-to-head with us a at this point goolsby over that issue. and later president-elect trump's nominee for secretary of defense general james mad dog mattis was at the rally tonight. colonel oliver north knows him personally. he'll give us reaction. that and more on "hannity." >> in every generation a new threat to freedom arises. and just as we defeated these threats, we faced generations in the past. you understand that. so, too, will we defeat the forces of terrorism.
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good evening and live from america's news headquarters i'm jackie ibanez. friday's deadly warehouse fire in oakland, california. the bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms says it's possible a faulty refrigerator could be to blame. the fire which broke out during a dance party killed 36 people. crews searched 90% of the building and it's not believed any additional bodies will be found. a deadly earthquake rocking indonesia, the 6.4 magnitude is blamed for causing buildings to collapse. indonesian authorities says it does not have the potential to trigger a tsunami. 12 years ago a massive quake and tsunami killed more than 200,000 people in a dozen countries.
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now back to "hannity" for all your headlines. logon to >> i believe we're in the process of putting together one of the all-time great cabinets that has ever been assembled in it our nation's history. we have some great, great people going to be named over the next couple of days. but to accomplish our goals we just reject the failed approaches of the past. we must move past the tired conventional thinking of washington, d.c. >> so that was president-elect donald trump speaking in fayetteville, north carolina, earlier tonight as part of his thank you tour. the liberal mainstream media refuse to accept donald trump will be your next president. now to take a look at one of the so-called news networks look how they're treating your president-elect. >> this was a white lash, a white lash against a changing country.
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it was a white lash against a black president in part. >> i want to recognize a lot of our viewers at home this is frightening to them and we should acknowledge that. this may field to viewers at home like a national emergency. why? because steve bannon has been described as an anti-semite. >> inflammatory words about islam from donald trump's choice to be his white house national security adviser. >> this hour hateful groups emboldened by donald trump's election online opinions moving off line. >> we did talk unity at his rally in cincinnati. the problem was, you know, he dissed hillary clinton, the crowd chanted lock her up.t%the. >> still with us donald trump's former campaign manager corey lewandowski, and joining us now former obama economic adviser austan goolsbee. corey, i've gone over the numbers a lot with austan over the years, 13 million more americans on food stamps, 8 million more in poverty.
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the latest participation rate since the '70s. the worst home ownership rate in 51 years. let's go to donald trump from earlier today and let's look at him announcing the deal with soft bank, $50 million investment, 50,000 jobs. watch this. >> ladies and gentlemen, this is masa of soft barng japan. he's agreed to invest $50 billion in the united states. and 50,000 jobs. and he's one of the great men of industry, so i just want to thank you very much. >> thank you, thank you. >> thank you very much. >> so, austan, president obama said what's he going to do with carrier, wave his magic wand? how is he going to get all these companies to invest? it appears his magic wand is called a telephone and he picks up the phone and he got the deal done that obama couldn't get done. is that a good thing or a bad thing, austan, that we have
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1,100 safe carrier jobs. >> carrier is a different case. this soft bank looks good it to me. >> pretty good? $50 million is pretty good? just pretty good? >> a good win. i would highlight that obama's added more than 15 million jobs since 2010 so he'd better step up his game as president to try to match that, but i think this is a good win. >> i know. corey, that's exactly why pennsylvania, wisconsin, michigan, and ohio were easy wins for donald trump or relatively easy -- >> that's why the majority of america voted against him but, yeah, it's fine. >> he didn't campaign in new york, new jersey and california because we don't have a system based on the popular vote. corey? >> i didn't say we did. >> look, sean, donald trump has been the president-elect of this country for just over four weeks. he saved 1,000 jobs in the state of indiana which means 1,000 -- 1,100. all the extra jobs that go along with that, a great christmas which you can say, again, merry
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christmas because donald trump is the president. you can say it again. $50 million in the first few weeks. we'll have it to have an increase of immigration to fill up these jobs. >> actually that would be fewer jobs than barack obama has been adding for the last six years. >> austan, with all due respect, you are the only american that gives him good grades on the economy but he's gone in, what, less than 60 days. he's done and the obama era, thankfully is over. we'll survive and clean up his mess. >> do you have a problem with a 15% corporate tax rate? >> yes, i do. >> because corporations, we know, don't pay taxes. they pass the cost on to consumers, don't they? >> you're mixing a few thingsç there. the corporate rate, as you know,
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what they're talking about is cutting corporate taxes by a lot and paying for it by putting the national sales tax equivalent on the consumers. i have some problems with that. >> i department say the national sales tax aspect, did you, corey? donald trump has never said -- look, donald trump has never said anything about a national sales tax -- >> no, he's talking about -- >> what he said was -- what he said is our country deserves to be competitive and we pay a higher marginal tax rate if you're a business than everybody else does. let's put our economy on par or better than the others, lower the corporate tax rate to 15% so we can be competitive again. what's wrong with america first? >> there's nothing wrong with lowering the corporate tax rate if you pay for it. >> we're going to get lectured on the adviser who gave us more debt than 43 presidents before
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combined? >> cut the deficit in half. >> corey, isn't this a much better experience than cnn? you have to admit it's much better. >> well, the good news -- >> it's not eight on one which i appreciate. i don't mind -- actual ly it's two-on-one. us against him. >> we have a good time here, corey. you'll like it. >> you owe me a steak dinner with wine. >> i owe you. >> all i have is a baked potato. >> corey, welcome back. good to see you. president-elect donald trump's pick for defense, james mattis. he joined him at the rally in north carolina earlier tonight. kerm oliver north is here with reaction and also tonight -- >> president-elect trump is many things. to his voters he's a beloved figure. one of the things he is is a conspiracy theorist. >> corey's old friends at cnn
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i'm grateful for the opportunity to return to our troops, their families, the civilians of the department of defense because i know how committed they are and devoted they are to the defense of our country, the defense of our constitution and with our allies strengthened, with our country strengthened i look forward to
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being the civilian leader so long as the congress gives me the waiver. thank you very much. >> now earlier tonight retired marine corps general james "mad dog" mattis joined trump at his rally. the host of "war stories" oliver north. you nomad doing mattis. >> i knew him as lieutenant. the president-elect could not have picked a better person to lead the sprawling five-sided waste basket james mattis. he's going to be a great secretary of defense, sean. >> all right. so there's a 1947 law originally mandated the secretary of defense be out of uniform ten years. it was since amended to seven years. the republicans need to get a waiver.
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people like leon panetta and congressman -- seth moulton of massachusetts, they both have vouched for him. two solid democrats. but nancy pelosi is against it. why would she be against that? why is the law in place at this point? >> the law was put in place because there was concern in the aftermath of world war ii that there were too many military people bumping around in washington. it was clearly intended to make sure there was, quote, civilian (j i point out to those who are critics the civilian in control is the commander in chief who is a civilian and he recognizes the need to have someone who is both a warrior and who knows warriors and who knows wars in order to fix the problems at the pentagon. quite frankly, astronomical. he knows what needs to be done. he's not afraid to take the acts, the bad things, and is famous for asking, what if?
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he'll ask, what if -- something the commander might not have thought of or the staff aides hadn't thought of. i watched him as the commander, i watched him as he relieved a commander in the field during the fight all the way to baghdad. this is a very tough guy. >> leon pa nnetta said it was crafted in a different era when generals had the singular role as warfighters whereas today they have far more divorce roles. here is what i want to get into as it relates to the trump doctrine. you fought in vietnam. you have a couple of purple hearts fighting for your country. 58,000 people died in vietnam, iraq and afghanistan, and all
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these wars get politicized. americans, we ask them to fight, bleed and die. they win tikrit, mosul, and then isis, a vacuum is created. that's problematic for me, colonel. we can't ask american men and women to do this and pull their victory back like we have now done twice in the modern era. >> part of the problem is the last secretaries of defense have not been strategically minded. this man is a strategist, a diplomat. he can use very colorful language, we all know that. he's probably the best secretary of defense we've had since george marshall. what you're looking at is a president who knows he needs strate strategy, doesn't have one and this is a person who can work closely with the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. with the lead regimental commander going all the way from
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kuwait to baghdad, these guys are going to work together to formulate a strategy this president will endorse as commander in chief, that congress will support with funding and he's going to cut the legs off from those who didn't know what they were doing the last 15 years. >> how do you see the trump doctrine? i'm hoping we build the next generation of military equipment where maybe we don't have to send men and women on the ground banging on door after door in baghdad looking for a bunch of terror willing to slaughter on a whim. >> or blown up. >> by an ied. >> all of that.ç >> i believe the secretary of defense will question -- i'll give you one now, there's nobody in this town thing that.
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what if something happens in the middle east and in ronald reagan's case the ayatollah khamenei decided to give up the hostages. what happens if erdogan decides on inauguration day he will close the air base? i can assure you that it is one person if no other in this town that's already thought of what to do and that's jim mattis. that's the kind of person we need in that kind of job. >> agreed. well said. i don't think he'll have a problem. enough democrats are on record saying he deserves the waiver. and the president-elect deserves his cabinet, the people he trusts. kerm north, safe home. good to see you. and coming up next here on "hannity" -- >> he's a beloved figure but one of the things he is is a conspiracy theorist. >> mainstream media can't help themselves. continuing their meltdown over so-called fake news. the same liberal hypocrites
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promoting all the lies told by the obama administration. that next. and later tonight german chancellor angela merkel comes out in favor of banning burqas in her country wherever legally possible. robert spencer will be here to debate. is there a clash of cultures? that and more tonight on "hannity." afoot and light-heartd i take to the open road.
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welcome back to "hannity." cnn's so-called trump hater keith olbermann wannabe continues to bash on behalf of the clinton news network, president-elect trump, this time calling trump a conspiracy theorist. watch this. >> president-elect trump is many things to his voters he's a beloved figure. one of the things is a conspiracy theorist. he's in a few different cases tweeted out links to clearly fake news stories. that hasn't happened in recent days. i would say about a week since he tweeted something that was clearly false. to see michael flynn's son tweeting with pizza gate in a serious way goes to show people in his orbit do sometimes latch on to these outlandish theories. >> cnn and all those other journalist ts are taking exception with the rise of fake news. where was their outrage when the obama administration willfully manipulated and disseminated
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false information to the press. ben rhodes actually bragged about exploiting reporters telling "new york times" magazine, quote, the average reporter we talked to is 27 years old and they their only experience consists of being around political campaigns they literally know nothing. of course who could forget about obamacare architect gruber boasting about lying to the stupid american people to get obamacare passed. watch this. >> the bill was written in a tortured way. if cbo did, it dies. in terms of risk rated subsidies, a law that says healthy people will pay in, explicit they pay in, the lack of transparency is a huge political advantage. and basically called the stupidity of the american voter.
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that was critical to get anything to pass. >> fox news contributor from revival center, we have the reverend darrell scott and fox news contributor doug schoen. this was pointed out to me in a column today. both are great examples. that's fake news. cnn giving questions to hillary that creates fake news, asking for dnc questions for trump is fake news. >> look, i have no problem with the proposition that the obama administration disseminated what you call fake news, disinformation -- >> propaganda. >> call it what you will. i say this, donald trump has >> they can't help themselves.
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you took the words out of my mouth, sean. they can't. also for the hillary campaign, how many times did we hear the stories of the reporters clueding with the hillary campaign. they would hand over these stories so that those communication advisers would be able to edit. we don't necessarily see that happening on our side. i think for donald trump what has been fascinating he's not afraid to take on the press and the press and many this the mainstream media don't know how to handle trump's approach in terms of saying, well, what do we do. >> mercedes, we know what they're doing. they're doubling down on stupid and they're doubling down -- the campaign is nonending for them. they don't know they lost yet. it's over. done. >> and their focus on the fake news more so than trying to push
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forward fair news. that's where it's been lost. the idea of fair news this the media where they are just pushing a very slanted approach is what has been the result. >> pastor, i'm just guessing that you're going to give a lot -- you gave a lot of prayer, fasting and thanks this thanksgiving. i know how invested you were in the campaign. >> yeah, but you know what, nobody has been the victim of fake news more than president-elect trump has. i mean, to be honest -- and we're not even talking about social media fake news that was disseminated by the democratic party. right now according to fake news he should be getting the boats together to ship all the black people back to africa. when the same technique was used against the dems, they cried foul. >> doug, so "the new york times" apparently wants to do a story, what did i see that others
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didn't see. i saw 13 million more americans on food stamps, 8 million more in poverty. the lowest participation rate since the '70s. a doubling of the debt. it wasn't that hard to see. >> it wasn't that hard to see. >> and they were increasingly close as the election approached. it was a rigged game against donald trump. and now we're in, frankly, a different period. we should move beyond this to the real news and the real challenges we face. >> look at the news today. a $50 billion investment. 50,000 jobs. >> let's celebrate it as americans who want our country to grow.ç >> they will try to spend it
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negatively and make it as if that $50 billion investment and jobs are a mirage. they'll do whatever they can to undermine or speak derogatorily of it. a big home run today. >> the last word? >> i think the media gets heartburn knowing he has been successful. this is just the beginning of pushing forward a very active agenda in the first 100 days. >> obama said what is he going to do, wave his magic wand? >> he did. it's called the telephone. we all should be proud of what he's accomplish. >> i'll be in new york on monday and we're going to set a date. >> all right. you come see me monday. you're looked for monday. >> sean needs lots of prayers. >> thanks a lot. i'm a pathetic lost cause.
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"hannity." angela amerimerkel is now sayin supports banning burqas in her country saying, quote, wherever it's legally possible. now as we've been reporting germany has seen a massive influx of refugees over the past several years. here now with reaction the director of jihad watch, robert spencer, interest the islamic house of wisdom al ahi is with us. some kcountries where a lot of these immigrants are coming from and that isç if you come from country where men tell women how to dress, men tell women that they can't drive, men tell women whether they can go to work or school, men decide whether they can travel abroad and you believe that you can kill gays and lesbians for being gay and lesbian and you can persecute christians and jews. if you come from that country and want to come to america don't those values -- aren't
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those values obviously contradict the constitutional democratic republic values of this country? the answer is yes, right? >> it does. the answer is yes. you know, sean, people talk about germany and other countries, let us talk about our home, the order in our house in the last three days three ladies not very far from your station in europe city were attacked and they did not wear burqa. so it's not about burqa. >> i condemn anybody who would lash out or make a judgment based on how they dress but that's not my point. if america, which they're dressed but america, who has limited available slots for people to come into the country, if you're coming from a country where you grew up under a culture that directly contra
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duct ours that is a clash of cultures. if you come here -- if you come here -- thinking you can tell women how to dress, that is not going to fly here. >> that is wrong. but which country are you talking about now? which country? >> saudi arabia. the uae. kuwait. omam. >> tell your friend, trump, why he called king solomon as his first outreach? >> you tell trump. i'm not a messenger. tell him yourself. >> robert spencer, you've been studying this. there is a clash of cultures. america has to consider whether or not the people we're bringing into this country are bringing those, let's say antiquated, insane values, with them. >> there is no doubt about it and it's very important. the fact is that if there has been attacks against women wearing hijab that is
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reprehensible. the real problem is attacks by muslim supremacists against women who were not wearing hijabs including a girl in canada murdered by her brother and father for not wearing hijab. these are the values coming in. >> you raise a good question. imam? >> we condemn, that is wrong. >> imam, robert is bringing up a good point. you're asking me which countries treat women, gays, lesbians, christians and jews this way in the name of your religion. my question to you is, are you going to speak out and say sharia law is abusive to those groups and çwomen? is it abusive? >> of course. if you're talking about sharia law in saudi arabia that is isis
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law. >> is iran -- >> i have videos of gays and lesbians being thrown off roofs in iran. is that equally abusive? >> in iran there is a democracy. jews and christians are represented in parliament. they can change the laws. >> this isn't about what is right and wrong. it's about what iran does in abuse towards women, gays, and lesbians. >> there is no abuse toward women and gays in iran. show me. show me. >> you want to trash sunnis but not the shia. >> i don't care about -- it is about truth. i'm talking about justice. i'm talking about justice. >> is iran the number one state sponsor. >> show me the evidence. >> imam. is iran the number one state sponsor of terrorism? >> that is your version. that is your version. >> is iran a state sponsor of
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terror? yes or no? >> i don't believe so. i don't believe so. >> so the terrorists in iran? great. robert? >> iran is the leading state sponsor of terror. that is a matter of fact. it supports hezbollah, hamas, the taliban, al qaeda. any jihad there is, iran is involved in some way or another. >> are you talking about iran or persia? talk about america. >> sean? >> coming up, we need your help with a very important question of the day. it's the little things in life that make me smile. spending the day with my niece. i don't use super poligrip for hold, because my dentures fit well. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. even well fitting dentures let in food particles. just a few dabs of super poligrip free is clinically proven to seal out more food particles
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