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over the world, take a look at nice. take a look at paris. >> tucker: some said they were confused by this, including the prime minister of sweden who said this... >> i was surprised by the comments made made about sweden this weekend. yes, we have opportunities and challenges, we welcome them every day but we must all take responsibility for using facts correctly and for verifying any information that we spread. >> tucker: how confused are people really? we may never know. it turns out though the president was referring to a segment on this show. at last we should do an interview with documentary maker who visited sweden to study its immigration experience. some police there told him this, watch. >> do you see the violence spreading across sweden? >> at least one or two times a week.
>> how often? >> three times a year. >> the increase in this crime is exponential? >> i think we are caught off guard. we didn't expect so much increase. >> do you think there is a deliberate attempt to cover up crimes? >> rather, we don't want to seem racist. >> tucker: the two cops latere denied meaning what they seem to mean, one called mr. horwitz a mad man. thank you for coming on. there were a number of pieces today calling into question the documentary. we showed on friday. the allegations of those two policeman, they both said in effect, you misled them and they were not talking about immigration at all. and in effect, this is wrong,
the depiction of them. how do you respond. >> let me first say that those two guys are really honorable men, they are brave men who are doing a wonderful service to their community. they really are. having said that, can you imagine the amount of pressure that must be on them from their bosses? this maelstrom that they found themselves in? i do not necessarily blame them for wanting to cover themselves on this,ms but the reality is, everything i asked them, they are the ones that discussed. they did not want to be considered racist. they used no-go so in describing these islamic enclaves, not me. i've been doing this, very high profile videos over the past ten years. i have never had a subject claim and certainly not prove that i ever misled them or docked the footage. it has never happened before. my record stands for itself.
it's clear as day, it stands for itself. >> tucker: that's a pretty generous response considering one of these guys called you a madman. they said they were not talk a about immigrants, high crime areas.s. in sweden. do think that is possible? >> oh, no. the no-go zones are clearly a discussion of islamic enclaves. why would they say later on that they don't want to be considered racist if they were talking about simply swedes and high crime rates? they were the ones that that they don't want to be picked out as h racist. it's clear from their answers, they were talking about whatever the subject we were talking about. >> tucker: as it happened, earlier this month, a cop in sweden wrote on facebook his complaints about immigrant crime. they looked into them for a hate crime or some associated crime. so, there were a number of other cases today called into question your crime stats. they basically all echoed the same point, saying there is no crime wave in sweden and certainly no crime wave of a
immigrants rapes. how do you answer that? >> i am glad you asked that. i have read, obviously, a lot of the same stuff, and i want to build the suspenders. i went through them all over again. the keeper of all statistics of crime statistics in sweden, some exact numbers. between 2012 and 2016, the murder rate is up almost 70%. this is sweden statistics. rape, between 2007 and 2015 is up a similar number. almost 70%. these are their statistics, not mine. >> tucker: are these government statistics? so in the last ten years, rape is up dramatically. so the claim, they had a long
piece today saying it was not up at all.la if anything, sweden is a little safer than it has been. >> let me say, is it crazy they may be lying? i will give you an example. we all look at political act is nonpartisan, correct? if you look at their article today, and discussing our interview to try and debunk it, they said that i said that there are 500 swedish immigrants from islamic countries who have jobs, and everybody else is on unemployed. they said i said that. those words never left my mouth. obviously, they lied. that article. if you look at the videotape and interview, look at what they said you can see they are obviously lying. i do not know what to tell you. he just can't what they are saying seriously. >> tucker: i may have it wrong but i believe that statistic comes from the swedish national council, by the way.ay i i don't know if you've ever said it or not. i read it today, and i think it's credible. >> i never said it but -- >> tucker: ami whereabouts,
thank you, that was really interesting. the president's remarks did a cause consternation in sweden. known for ikea and pop music and it's nice people. for more on the swede's reaction, we are joined by u.s. correspondent. joining us, we have seen a lot of speculation today about what people in sweden think. i do not know how you can get to the truth of that because in sweden, we were just talking about, you can be imprisoned for giving an unpopular opinion. in a society that practices censorship like that, are people really free to say what they think? >> one of the policeman, the posted something on facebook -- that case was dropped straight away. he is not under investigation anymore. he was for a while but because someone reported on him. but it was dropped.
>> tucker: and i am glad he is freet tonight. but he's a cop that said the majority of the crimes i investigate are committed by immigrants. and he was investigated by your government for a crime. that's got to have a chilling effect to put it mildly on people's willingness to say what they really think. no? >> people going to prison for talking about these issues, as far as i know, that has only been -- neo-nazis. >> tucker: probably people whose opinions i do not agree with but some people expressing their political opinions who go to prison for that. that is foreign for us here but it has an effect on what people are willing to say in public, do not think? >> there has been a discussion about what you can say in public, as people are talking about -- what you are allowed to say and not and things like that but obviously, he posted on facebook and all the media
reported about it.e it's not like -- nothing is going to happen to them. >> tucker: as a journalist, you cannot be in favor of that, can you?he people should be allowed to say what they think, shouldn't they? >> of course, people are reading about it in the media now, people are discussing it. it is all out. >> tucker: there is a book called mass challenge, and i think it's one of the biggest selling books, a real library in stockholm refused to put this book on the racks because library books ought to be characterized by diversity and pluralism. they are basic saying we are not going to let people read the books because we disagree with it. >> i do not know about why they do not have that book.m. >> tucker: you are from sweden, if i were in a party of educated people and saying immigrants commit crimes, how would that go over if people
said "that's true" or "what are the statistics?" or would they say, "how dare you say that?" >> right now, the situation ine sweden is that the crime rate is decreasing. there are some numbers that are raising, like gun violence for example. but as far as we know and whatr studies show so far is that it has to do with people coming in from the e.u., the european union. as far as what we know, it has nothing to do with the refugees coming in. it doesn't really have to do -- >> tucker: i'm not making this up, the swedish national council, according that there stats, rape was up 13% from last year. that's a big rise. overall crimes are up from 2016, 6.5%. that's a lot of crimes. >> i do not exactly where you
got those numbers from. >> tucker: the swedish nationalum council. >> the numbers we look at, i am a news reporter. if you look at the overall numbers and what has been going on in the long term, the numbers are definitely going down. it is decreasing, but one of the crimes that has been decreased the most the last year, that was rape. also, if you look at rape in a wide historical perspective, there are some times when goes a up because -- the definition of rape and sexual assault in sweden has been wider. more incidents are now being considered as rape. that coulder be one of the reasons, if you look at your numbers, i'm not exactly sure what numbers you have. that could be one of the reasons
why looks like more of them. >> tucker: because of the definition.>> that may be true.f these are government numbers from sweden, not something i cooked up in my office backstage. but the overall crime rate, they said in 2016 -- 1.5 million more crimes. within the year before. those numbers are pretty clear. sweden stopped keeping crime stats based on national origin in 2,000 ones because they were embarrassing. but when they did keep them, they showed that-born men that were far more likely, four or five times more likelyke to comt crimes then it swedish born men. it's like a real thing. are people allowed to say that there? >> in 2015, the police started to put a special code for crimes that were related to a lot of people coming in -- what we have seen so far, this is just been a short time. just 1% of the reported crimes that have anything to do with refugees.
it is not like it has been -- hardly talking about on your show, a crime wave or a rape wave, that is not what we see in sweden. or the numbers are reported in sweden. it was 1%, in that study. >> tucker: 13% crime spike in rape, presumably there is still real rapes. >> another site of that, when they ask women if they have ever been sexually assaulted or raped, that number has actually risen a little bit. one of the reasons for that is that maybe that was think that happened many, many years ago, and now they have realized, maybe that was rape. but the numbers with women reporting rape and sexual assault, that has not been up. >> tucker: i am not sure i fully understand but i appreciate the perspective.
thank you, very much. president trump's comments about sweden, a lot of all that has been scrambled to rebut the notion that there's been a crime wave, fox's concerns about swedish crime -- is it that simple, though? his concern about immigration in sweden really about white racism? until last month, he was the u.s. ambassador to sweden, and she joined us after specter. thank you for coming on. >> thank you for having me,on tucker. >> tucker: i did not know if we will get to the truth of it but it does seem like there is a legitimate concern about this in sweden, whether the average person feels free to express that. one of the ways we know that is because the government excelled said recently too many people are coming into this country and there is a social cost too this. if the wave of refugees and immigrants was not a problem, why would they throw it down as they have?
>> i'm here for two reasons, one is that facts matter. people make decisions based on what they believed to be true and those decisions have consequences. now more than ever when there is so much misinformation, and we have a president that takes advantage of a wide range of resources and you should be privileged to be one of them -- in giving him information to make important policy decisions for our country. it's really important and i appreciate the opportunity to have this dialogue with you. i saw your show earlier and i thought it was great when youou talked about we need to move beyond the personality and tweets of the president, we need to talk about the core issues.. when you figuretw out how to hae a lot people come here and to be invested in our country. i think you are asking really great questions.un what's really interesting to me, you have some great guests, thet swedish journalist you had, i think she got in the details of the statistics, i really want to
say i could get into it with you for the last two years, i have been steeped in this very much. i've seen statistics and reports. numbers, i would just point out that none of what i have seen packs up the claims thatnt mr. horowitz has made in the interview he had with you and i watched it twice, and i tried to listen for specific evidence or sources that he would say and ii did not hear that. perhaps i missed it. >> tucker: he gave statistics from the swedish national council -- >> i'm talking about the earlier one. >> tucker: these rape stats are real, maybe that's true, i am not an expert in swedish crime stats. but the overall crimes have gone
up 1.000000 in years. >> i think we can sit here and talk about swedish rape stats, as your guest pointed out, i am not an expert on swedish rape stats, the crime rate has not skyrocketed as claimed. the reason that those rape stats may be high is because sweden encourages people to come forward. let me move on from that for a moment -- >> tucker: you just said that facts matter and i just threw out that the overall crime rate has gone up 1.5 million crimes in the year. maybe that has nothing to do with the refugees flooding into the country but the truth remains that the government has said it's just too many people, we cannot handle it. what is so controversial for americans to note that this is a problem? when the swedish government itself is sayingngic that? >> it's really interesting to me that for the last two days, we have been talking about sweden.
we are talking about this and i think what the real conversation is, what we are really saying -- this is a conversation about security, fear, and misunderstanding. and it's about us. we are talking about sweden because what we are really talking about is could this happen to us? i can tell you that sweden is a wonderful country, i can go on about it, it is -- they had their challenges. they have taken a lot of people and they are dealing with the challenges. that does not mean that that is somehow related to migrants, when you take so many people. we are never going to be sweden. sweden has taken about 200,000 people over the last three years, proportion to our population. if we were to take that many people, we would have taken 6-7 million refugees. >> tucker: i'm running out of patience because you're not getting into the core -- it has to do with us -- >> what does this have to do with us?s?
>> tucker: they have the exact same response, anyone with a qualm about this, my point is there are real reasons not to like it, you do not have to be a bigot not to like it, there are social and economic costs and nobody on the left wants to admit it and i do not know why. it's very patronizing and annoying to have to lie. >> would mr. horowitz with having that conversation with you, saying i went to some swanky party, that actually made me crack up a little bit. that is suspicious to me. >> tucker: the party that was considered so right wing is now vying for second place.
the support has doubled in the past few years, why is that? >> you want to talk about core issues, this is another country we are talking about, the politics and demographics and challenges of another country. why are we talking about any other country? why are we talking about sweden? what is this have to do with us? >> tucker: we can talk about france, germany, belgium, great britain. it's a template for what is happening here. that is why. >> that is what i'm trying to say. that's what i started out by saying, let's talk about the core issues. we are talking about this because we think it has something to do with us. >> tucker: we are out of time, i wish we had gotten more to the point here, ambassador. i appreciate your expertise. thank you very much. up next, president trump announced his next choice for national security advisor. we will tell you more about who he picked. also the british parliament spent hours debating whether our president would be welcomed by the queen, we talk about what that debate might mean for our special relationship, next. s was built with passion... but i keep it growing by making every dollar count.
>> tucker: president trump revealed his replacement for general mike flynn today, announcing that general h.r. mcmaster will take his placece as national security advisor. we are joined by john roberts. >> good evening to you, h.r. mcmaster, a highly decorated career officer in the military, the guy who has been a combatant commander in the gulf war operation iraqi freedom. very, very well respected. very hawkish on russia and skeptical on vladimir putin.
which may calm conservatives with president trump's approach to russia. the president clearly happy there, mar-a-lago out of a national security advisor on board. >> a man of tremendous talent and experience, i have read a lot over the last two days, he is highly respected by everybody in the military, we are very honored to have him. >> i just want to say what a privilege it is to be continuing to serve our nation, i am grateful for that opportunity. >> look at what senator john mccain tweeted out... on the docket for tomorrow here at the white house, we are expecting that the white house counsel will approve some new powers and manpower for dhs to deal with illegal immigration. secretary john kelly sent over
documents, they will among other things hire an additional 10,000 i.c.e. agents, and more border patrol agents and focus on prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens, convicted of a criminal offense, those that have a charge pending against them, people that have abused public benefit programs. interesting aspect and are subject to removal orders but are still in the country, basically they are targeted for deportation but they have not yet left thehe country. the 287g program which of the partnership with local law enforcement to get them involved in defending the border and apprehending illegal aliens. but it does not include the national guard. of course, later on this week we are expecting the extreme vetting executive order. this one according to the white house will pass legal muster because it will create a number of passes for they want
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thousands gathered across the country for a "not my president's day" protest, we are joined tonight by person who's participated today. when i see a lot of protest leaders, i am mostly interested in why? there been a lot of protest against trump in a lot of famous people, people with tv shows jumping up and down saying he is hitler, et cetera, it does not seem like it has had much effect. why do you think your protests will have much of a difference? what's the point of it? >> i disagree. i think they are definitely making an impact. it's called a movement, and as you can know, protests are growing and getting larger. they're multiple protests coming up in reference to trump's taxes, as a gay man, there lgbt protest in reference to potential actions against the sty community.
it's not a standstill, it's a movement. it is definitely getting to trump, i would say so as well. we can see he is getting frazzled by the media, and i deftly think they are making a definite impact. >> tucker: you want the president to be more frazzled? >> obviously you are saying is not making a difference and i think it is. he keeps calling attention to the media's perception of it. >> tucker: you are saying as a gay man, you want to call to lgbt issues. i am not aware that trump is on a different side of you for many of those issues. what do you mean exactly? m >> there has been some potential legislation out there, federal executive orders he wants to place. these past protests -- >> tucker: like what? >> let me finish my thought. these protest have started since january, the women's march, the muslim ban, people arehe disagreeing with all of trump's references to what he wants to
do. i think today was just another one of those positive causes where people are uniting together and they are making a statement against what trump is trying to put into motion. >> tucker: i get that, the details kind of matter because it's a protest -- you are trying to influence the most powerful man in the world. what are you worried about as a gay man? what is trump going to do to you as a gay man? >> the upcoming june lgbt march in l.a., today with an "not my president's day" march because many of us to agree. if you're looking at all these protests that are happening, you see thousands and thousands -- i look back at the inauguration date march, and they were expected to be 50 to 100,000 people. >> tucker: i want to bring you back to the point that i asked about a
couple of times, trump released a letter today saying all the protections for gay workers in place, he's going to keep in place. to say you are worried as a gay man, what executive orders are you talking about? >> mike pence's thoughts are really well-knownrd in regard to the lgbt community, and there was an initial report. >> tucker: i think it's fair for me to ask you. >> if you look at his cabinet -- he is on that platform to speak for the presidency, beginning the reelection campaign, mike pence as much as i disagree with the man is actually doing presidential things overseas. >> tucker: i thought pence was the bad one, now he's a good one? >> you are twisting my words. >> tucker: i'm not, you said
you're protesting trump because you are afraid of what he's going to do. in particular, you said is a man. what is he going to do to you as a gaming? >> my being gay is not the point of this. >> tucker: you brought it up. >> and if i was a woman i would mention how i was at the women's march. >> tucker: there are gay people watching that her thinking holy smokes, what is trump going to do to me? what is the answer? >> it is well-known that there is potential legislation out there, there is a leaked report -- covered by the media -- there is a potential executive order, tucker. >> tucker: but he doesn't do that, that's congress. >> do you want to talk about the actual "not my president's day" protest or we will just go off on a tangent? i made off-the-cuff remarks about my being a gay man and i feel like i've been talking about that more than the actual
protest itself. if we want to get back about the protest, i'd be more than happy to. >> tucker: i asked you why your protesting, you said there are a bunch of reasons. people of goodwill that say i am gay and i am worried about president trump. and you brought it up. so i said and what weight? >> i also mentioned the tax protest and you are completely deviating, picking up one specific thing i said. and you are completely deviatin deviating. i'm glad you find this funny because i don't particularly -- >> tucker: thank you for joining us. i appreciate it. up next, politicians and thein u.k. spent three hours debating the most pressing matter in british politics. whether to deny a state visit to president trump. how did that go? we will tell you next. president trump. we approach life... by simply enjoying it. boost® simply complete. it's intelligent nutrition made with only 9 ingredients,
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>> tucker: there is a furious argument in the britishh parliament today over president trump deserves the honor of a state visit. onlookers were treated to a three hour long spectacle of infective and inventive t hostility. here are some highlights. >> he has caused problems, and every particular area in which he is becoming involved. >> does he agree to use the expression "grabbed her by the [bleep]" and that he should not be afforded a visit with the queen? >> knew something quite refreshing about a politician actually doing what they said they would do before they were elected and while this is quitei ridiculous, it is actually a a reaction to the chaos caused in the middle east by previous generations of politicians which in my view is far worse than anything that trump has done an which many of the people in this room voted for. where is the respect for that?
>> tucker: yeah, yeah! in the end, the conservative majority upheld trump's invitation to their home but what does it say about the special relationship between us and the u.k.? u we are joined now by steve hilton. steve, it is great to see you. what does this mean? is there something real at the bottom? >> i have a terrible feeling, just listening to that, that this is kind of my fault. because when i worked in the british government the number of years ago, i think was actually something i push there, which was the idea if you get enough signatures on a petition the coast of the british parlance web site, then it's required that it is debated. i apologize if i had anything te do with this. if you look at the reasons that people give, why trump should not be given the honor of a state visit and then you really
examine and to see it falls apart. they say it is to do with his attitudes towards women. let's look at some of the peoplw that have been given state visits recently, despots from the middle east. where women cannot vote, drive, forced to cover up in public. it is trump turning into some kind of authoritarian dictator? we heard that a lot, just recently, the british parliament was fawning over the cruel and brutal dictator of china.nd it has nothing to do with substance, the reason -- just so much as a trump protest here, people just cannot stand trump. a lot of it i think has to do with snobbery, intellectual and cultural snobbery.mp they can't stand the fact that he made his money in real estate, rather than in some kind of admirable profession like being a journalist or a professor. they cannot stand the fact that he speaks in plain english rather than the jargon of politics which usually hides the truth and they cannot stand the fact that he articulates the
concerns of working people rather than the cultural elite. those are the reasons that you've got this outcry from the british parliament, he should be given a state visit. >> tucker: i was in london three days ago, it was a great place but every sketchy emigre in the world is there, open jihadis, it's an open society but the idea that trump is beyond the pale, it's a little weird. >> i know, it's just ridiculous. it's something interesting that's going on. not just in the u.k. but in america, with the left in general. they are becoming really antidemocratic. they really cannot -- they arere so angry at some of these expressions of the will of the people who had enough of the policies that have clearly failed like open borders, that have left working people without
jobs and without pay rates for decades. they have expressed their will in votes like brexit.ay like trump here. the elites are so angry, they can't stand it. they're becoming antidemocratic, they literally want to overturn those results in the u.k. now. you have tony blair just theve other day saying there should be a second referendum to overturn the brexit vote. people here speculating about how we can get rid of trump before the next election. this is interesting that the left, which used to be based on standing up for people is now standing up for the technocratic elite, for the establishment. it seems to be the conservative movement that is for the people. >> tucker: they used to stand up for free speech too. that was 20 years ago. see filter, thank you for joining us. a pair of moms in new jersey saying their children's schools are suppressing christianity while proselytizing on mohammed.
>> tucker: parents in new jersey are disturbed by what they say is the local school inordinate emphasis on teaching the beliefs of islam while suppressing any expression of christianity. in a social studies class they were shown a cartoon of the five pillars of islam, statements. like "there is no god but allah," and it ends with a non-muslim accompanying a muslim friend to a mosque to pray. well, parents said the video doesn't just explain it some, it promotes her, and they join us now. thanks for joining us. why do you think this instruction crosses the line from simply teaching religion to
promoting it? >> thank you for having us. i think it crosses a line because it teaches one religion and not all others. it's a world culture and geography course, no other religion is taught. to me, that is not education. because in order to educate, you need to teach all. i also feel that if you're going to teach it to that degree, you are teaching the doctrines of religion. our question was if you're going to do that in the public school would you be comfortable with teaching the doctrines ofu christianity? would you be comfortable in a public school to say jesus is the way, the truth, and the life and no one comes to god but through me? i do not know that the school would say that. >> tucker: that's kind of the question, i personally think it
is worth learning what the great world religions are about but if you ask your child's teacher to say teach them the nicene creed or the catechism, what kind of response would you get? >> actually had an experience three years ago, my son put together a fundraiser, it was a video production and in the production, he had a small quote of the bible and they told him this belongs in sunday school but then he had to tell the class that the video didn't work. i am all in favor of teaching religion if it's all done in the same manner and same depth. >> tucker: i think that is a fair request for any parent or citizen. i've seen stories like this before, they follow a pretty familiar course. a parent sees something like this, the parent complains, parent gets denounced as an islamophobe or racist. has that happened? >> both -- we were labeled as
bigots, and then all over facebook, with people who knew us or didn't not know us. xenophobic, islamophobic, it went as far as the kkk which i do not know what this has to do with it. >> i was stared down at a grocery store and i believe i was in the express line but yet i was still stared down. it was pretty unnerving. everybody in town was really unnerving. >> tucker: how has the superintendent responded to this? >> in the meeting was basically saying he will look into it and maybe he will have the curriculum committee look into it. the meetings are not public first of all and second, when we emailed the superintendent the next day to discuss in detail what we could do to address this, he refused to be with us.y >> yeah, we just wanted to keep the conversation going with him. we realize the community is not happy with how we presented this before the board, can we talk to
again? can we talk to the leader -- the head of the curriculum and he wrote back and said it is not going to be productive. what we really wanted to discuss what was that the state sets a high level goals but we wanted to know who picks the curriculum? the videos that they were shown? the 20 page powerpoint, what gets included and what is not.s >> tucker: and you cannot get an answer? i can promise you this without knowing any details, but i bet you lunch at the interest groups are involved in the bedding of those materials. >> i would like lunch. >> the superintendent said to you i'm not interested in hearing from you and blew you off.not be productive and we should continue to come to the board of education meetings and express our opinions and concerns in the public.uc the issue with that it's your only given a short time to a spk and it is usually -- you cannot get into that level of detail. - sometimes it's
after-the-fact. >> tucker: i think you have a legitimate complaint and i hope this helps him hear you. thank you for joining us. t up next, the tsa made an embarrassing showing at jfk airport today, we will tell you what happened and what did not happen. stay tuned. are you entirely prepared to retire? plan your never tiring retiring retired tires retirement with e*trade. i'm in vests and as a vested investor in vests i invest with e*trade, where investors can investigate and invest in vests... or not in vests. sign up at etrade.com and get up to six hundred dollars.
>> tucker: it is pretty weird at jfk airport today, the tsa allowed 11 people to walk right through and abandon security checkpoint without being searched or checked in anyway. a couple of them set off the metal detector which blared loudly but nobody stopped them.. two whole hours passed before the tsa notified the port authority of the oversight, several of the people bypassed have not been identified, but they quoted that it was not dangerous for any passengers. not sure how they'd know that. that's it for us tonight, we are the show that is the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity, smugness and groupthink. and bad hitler analogies.
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