that's how you do a fast "one more thing." >> dana: never miss an episode of "the five." next and i have seven seconds left. >> sean: thanks to our friends on "the five." a special "hannity" investigation into the rampant sphypocrisy from the left. ofnt course the destroy-trump-media, when it comes to the issue of election interference. newt gingrich, kellyanne conways gregg jarrett, and homework will geraldo rivera will all be here with reaction tonight. first, this may surprise you. for once, i agree that the outrage coming from the democrats and the destroy-trump-media is now pointing in the wrong direction. that's tonight's opening monologue. in the middle of yet another destroy-trump-propaganda, foaming-at-the-mouth feeding frenzy, donald trump, jr., joined us to explain his meeting back in 2016 with a russian
lawyer. i asked him question after question. frankly, until i cannot think of any other questions and toto his credit, he answered everything single one of them. much to the dismay ofde democrats and leftist media, there was no shocking revelation. whatre we ended up with is this: he was approached about setting up a meeting with op research on hillary clinton.as he took the meeting, about 20 minutes. the russian lawyer had nothing. they never talked again. the lawyer says she does not work for the russian government. now that we have that out of the way, i want to highlight the democrats in the collective outrage over so-called election interference, fake news, and how they are completely wrong and completely misguided. let's start with the idea of a foreign government interfering in elections and how god-awfulgo it is. take a look.
>> there is also direct evidence of people in the trump campaign at the highest levels conspiring with a foreign adversary to influencee our election. >> colluded with a foreign a power, partnering with russia to try to influence our presidential election, it certainly raises questions. >> are you concerned about don jr. and other members of the trumprn campaign meeting with russian lawyers claiming to beca representatives of the russian government? or claiming to be part of a bigger plane on the russian government to influence the election? >> sean: ife the media -- if they are really so upset about t all of that, they should be morally outraged and hysterical about this very explosive report from politico on january 11th, this year. here's the headline... "ukrainian efforts to sabotage trump backfire."
now, in the article, political explains how a dnc operative actually paid a ukrainian government official -- they worked to aid the dnc and the hillary clinton campaign. to hurt donald trump during the 2016 election. the report details how this democratic operative, who used to work at the clinton white house, lead this effort and even met with the ukrainian diplomats at the ukrainian embassy to talk about ways to expose former trump campaign manager paul manafort and hurt the campaign. this operative went on to describe those ukrainian officials as being "helpful" when it came to leads to pick up information, dirt on donald trump in his campaign. then this quote... "she occasionally shared her findings with officials with the dnc and the clinton campaign." so, this dnc operative, paid, was working with ukraine and
also sharing potentially damaging information with the tidnc and hillary clinton's campaign. then to top it all off, the dnc operative also said that she would give off the record information and guidance "to a lot of journalists." you know, those people that suck it all in. they were trying to write stories about the trump campaign and paul manafort. maybe that's why the media doesn't want you to know about this story. were they complicit in this foreign plot to damage the trump campaign? here's another example that has been completely ignored. a congressional investigation back in 2014, an israeli political group used $300,000 from the obama state department in a grant to create a political apparatus. for what purpose? to try to defeat one of our closest allies, to defeat the israeli prime minister, benjamin netanyahu. next is the media and the democrats. the ones that are so apoplectic
about the idea of collusion. why have they never reported any of these stories to you? take a look. >> i told you i thought there was a criminal plan and these wered his allies. i hadre a resolution back in february that said it should be investigated for collusion. >> i would characterize it this way outside of the investigation, there is circumstantial evidence of collusion. >> the last six months -- collusion is not even on the table -- it has been undone by the president's son's own words. >> this is evidence to commit collusion. >> a federal judge found the people in trump's organization were colluding with the russians. >> what would change the world is if russia was interfering in the election and they weren't doingn it on their own. he was in on it. >> sean: what a bunch of phonies and hypocrites. if they are so upset about all
that, maybe they should look to a real example, real russia s collusion. i'm talking about the uranium one deal that the media never talks about. during her tenure as secretary of state, hillary clinton approved up to 20% of america's uranium to be transferred, the 0%foundational material for nuclear weapons. it went to vladimir putin and the russians. the people that benefited from that deal, they kicked back. more than $145 million into the clinton foundation. and at the same time, bill clinton like he always does, trying to enrich himself further, he doubled his speaking fees t in moscow. you don't have to connect the dots on this one because it's so obvious -- pay to play, where i grew up, we call it bribery. the clinton stuffed their pockets while putting america's security in jeopardy. that's almost as dumb as the uranium deal.
here's another example misdirected outraged by the left -- hillary clinton, barack obama, the media, all freaking out over fake news. they are fake news. watch this. >> voters who are being targeted with all of this false information are generally trying to make up their mind. they have to help prevent fake news from becoming a new reality. it does influence howke people think of themselves, see the they, the decisions that make.eo >> the general misinformation from all kinds of sources, domestic, foreign, on m social media... that make it very difficult for voters to figure out what's true and what is not. >> we are entering a terrible new age of information warfare. it reminds me of the old adage... of "the first casualty of war is the truth."
>> sean: i said it in 2008, journalism is dead. the left complaining about fake news? pretty much every news organization has gotten it wrong going after president a trump. they colluded back in the campaign and were exposed for basically working with the clinton campaign. remember that? remember wikileaks? cnn is out in front for most of this stuff. here is the most overlooked aspect. when fake news suits their purpose and their goals, they propagandize. check out this headline from "the washington times." rowan scarborough, well-known, he's talking about the fake, the discredited -- remember christopher steele? the dossier on president trump? he pointed out that the sources included a senior russian foreign ministry figure. a top level russia intelligence messenger.
a senior russian government official and a senior kremlin official. they were spreading information directly sourced to the highest level of the russian government. instead ofed stopping all of this -- the dossier was passed aroundis for months and months, eventually published by buzzfeed, routinely cited by democrats who repeated the false claimsy to attack president trump. that was about the ritz-carlton and hookers and i won't go any further. it led to an investigation. the group behind this phony dossier, fusion gps. there are several ties to the democrats,s including clinton allies. the double standard here is spectacular. as we have seen time and time again, democrats are willing to put their party and politics before anything else.
even if it means lying to you. in the case of donald trump, jr., he came on this program last night and answered every tough question about the meeting. isn't it time for hillary clinton, the democrats, the media and all these people -- ukraine, those in the dnc, to do the same? you know the democrats colluded with ukraine. it is incontrovertible. we know a dnc operative met with ukrainian diplomats and sharedd information. we know members of the ukrainian government worked to undermine the trump campaign, which eventually led to the removal of paul manafort when he was the campaign manager. that has all been proven. the questions we need answers to now, what else took place? how far do these people go? what it hillary clinton know and when did she know it and was she directly involved? this double standard and hypocrisy is despicable. especially when you consider how
the media and the democrats in this country for almost 11 months have been freaking out nonstop, never ending. black helicopter tinfoil hat conspiracy theories. they've been proven to be based on nothing. all the while ignoring mountains of evidence, numerous cases that show real election interference and real russian collusion and ukrainian collision. joining us now, author of the number one "new york times" bestseller -- newt gingrich. mr. speaker, good to see you. >> it's good to be with you. before we go on other things, i want to tell you.. callista and i watched last night with fascination. we thought don jr. did a great job. i happened to be with his dad this afternoon in the oval office. as we chatted, he said he's very proud of don. he thought it was a really great interview. he watched it carefully. i think it was a really, really important show.
one that gave somebody without any editing -- when the country is looking right there. talking straight on. they got a way to measure his sincerity, his honesty, his openness. if you had to do it over again, he even said, he probably wouldn't have handled it the same way. i want to congratulate you. i thought it was a very, very important show. >> sean: it was 20 minutes of his life. in retrospect, he would have done it different. let's take the ukrainian situation is one example.e okay, give a dnc paid operative sharing information with the dnc and hillary clinton, meeting in the ukrainian embassy. they are disseminating information on then candidate donaldin trump. that sounds like collusion with a foreign government. i guarantee you, anybody that watches cnn or nbc doesn't know this story.
>> here's a way to think of the current elite media. they rush past the bank robbery to get one of us for jaywalking. that's how bad it is. as far as they are concerned, there's no problem on the left, no collusion on the left, but boy, you have to watch out foref those republicans. they might have had a 20 minute meeting. it's absurd. i've said several times now that this is actually much more like the famous play "the crucible," it's about the witchcraft trials of salem. you have a news media elite which wakes up every morning saying i know trump did something terrible, i wonder what it was. then they spend the whole day looking for an excuse to write a bombshell shocking story. i mean, i listened to somemb reporters this afternoon.
sarah huckabee sanders wase during the briefing. now that we know it's a hard fact that there was a meeting and it involved collusion, this reporter is building an entire case that is totally false. then he springs from that falses case with even more outrageous questions. that is what we're up against. i predict that for the eight years of the term presidency, we will be in this fight. on some topic. something else later. it will never go away. >> sean: maybe you are right. i would like every american that knows about the lies and the conspiracy theories -- there's no evidence of collusion. zero. after thousands of hours. how many articles written? but there is evidence of lecollusion with ukrainian government and the clinton campaign and the dnc. by the way, when you get to the dossier issue? i've got to be honest, it gets
even worse when they are using russian sources. or how about obama trying to defeat bibi? >> lets just take the ukrainian collusion with the democrats. that's such a clear and vivid effort to defeat trump. it would be really interesting to build a petition drive, and let bob mueller investigate the democrats -- when we have clear evidence of paid full-time collusion. you have a dnc person who i assume had the expenses paid by the dnc and a salary by the dnc, going to kiev to collaborate and gather information. i would like to know why the chairman of the house and senate committees aren't investigating that example, clear and open collusion. i want to know if bob mueller -- he's certainly going to look
into the 20 minute meeting that don jr. had. is bob mueller willing to look into the collusion with the ukrainians on behalf of the democrats? or is he only running a one sided partisan anti-trump investigation? >> sean: we have to take a break. we will have more with former speaker of the house, newtt gingrich. we will check in with kellyanne. conway. she will react to my interview with donald trump, jr., and later tonight, "morning joe" scarborough saying he's leaving the d g.o.p. wow. wait until you see the most embarrassing musical moment perhaps in late-night television history. that's straight ahead. that's straight there's nothing more important to me than my vacation. so when i need to book a hotel room, i want someone that makes it easy. booking.com gets it. and with their price match, i know i'm getting the best price every time. visit booking.com.
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i guess it runs in the family, to go on twitter when he is clearly in legal jeopardy. >> this can't be dismissed as people going out to get donald trump, jr., or fake news. this is evidence of willingness to commit collusion. >> sean: former speaker of the house, six weeks on "the new york times" list, congratulations. willingness to commit collusion when real collusion occurred? i go to the russian dossier issue. a lot of the information came from russia. christopher steele? hehe paid for this information that turned out to be so erroneous and false and some republicans were involved but the democrats, fusion gps got involved in this. when you have those real examples and they make these real criticisms, how did they thnot see?
or do they see their utter hypocrisy? real evidence, real collusion, real meetings that really occurred and were disseminated toto the dnc and hillary and not say anything or do anything? not a word about it. that's breathtaking to me. >> i don't know. >> sean: [laughs] go ahead. >> this is such an extraordinary moment in american history. that's why i reached back to arthur miller's "the crucible." it's about the salem witchcraft trials. the behavior that is psychological that we are seeing with both democrats and news media is astonishing.s a serious in-depth investigation -- it would be good.
i am absolutely mystified why the republicans are so timid an lacking in, frankly, common sense -- i can't explain the house or senate committees. i think they are sleepwalking. i think they have. allowed the media to define for them what they are supposed to be doing. as opposed to what you just pointed out. let's talk about foreign collusion. how about the fact that you have this article that says very clearly -- i think this is a test every american can give their congressman or senator. there was a paid operative in ukraine, trying to t dig up dirt with the help of the ukrainian government. shouldn't that be investigated? somebody ought to ask bob mueller -- if you think a one-time 20 minute meeting that was mostly about adoption is worth investigating, are you going to investigate somebody
who travels all the way to kiev? to dig up dirt on a foreign government? >> sean: maybe the attorney that was hired to work in his special counsel, maybe they will do it. i don't have that much confidence in mueller. it's even worse than that -- >> hold on. let's see if mueller could hire one republican. this would be a great test. could he hire one republican who is for trump? that would be an exciting moment of moving towards bipartisan. it would be about 15-1 still. >> sean: all right, newt gingrich. "understanding trump," six weeks on the best-selling list. when we come back, right here on "hannity"... >> in retrospect, i probably would have done things a little differently. this is before the russian mania. before they were building it up in the press. >> sean: donald trump, jr., in
my exclusive interview with him last night. kellyanne conway will join us with reaction and later, gregg jarrett says it's utterly preposterous for the democrats to say donald trump,rr jr., committed a crime. he will join us, along with geraldo rivera. i've got a message for liberal joe, he announced he's's leaving the republican party. i'm going to address his little departure later. and of course, the final minute of the show goes to terrence williams tonight.t. straight ahead.rs ♪ our grandson. (woman 2 vo) that's when moderate alzheimer's made me a caregiver. (avo) if their alzheimer's is getting worse, ask about once-a-day namzaric. namzaric is approved for moderate to severe alzheimer's disease in patients taking donepezil. namzaric may improve cognition and overall function, and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. namzaric does not change the underlying disease progression. don't take if allergic to memantine, donepezil, piperidine, or any of the ingredients in namzaric.
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between the u.s. and france. the u.s. has reached the trump administration's limit for 50,000 refugees this year. the supreme court opinion on the travel ban leaves the door open for refugees to keep moving. relationships in this country may enter. it the high court will make a final ruling later this year. now, back to "hannity." for all of your headlines, log on to foxnews.com. >> in retrospect, i probably would have done things a little wdifferently. this was before the russia mania and before they were building it up in the press. this was opposition research. it had maybe concrete evidence about the stories that i had heard about but were undert reported for years. i think i wanted to hear it out. it went nowhere. it was apparent that that was not what the meeting was about. >> sean: that was for my exclusive interview with donald trump, jr..
i spoke with kellyanne conway. all right, kellyanne, good to see you. i know you watched the interview. what was your overall take? i actually thought what was more important, we've got the russian dossier -- i'm sorry, we have the former intelligence agent, some of the information coming from russia. and of course the ukrainian issue. real collusion with the dnc and hillary clinton's campaign. of course you have obama trying to oust and actively work into netanyahu, one of our closest allies in israel. if collusion matters, why haven't we heard about ukraine, ukraine, ukraine as much as we should? >>ea that's about the different candidates, the one who lost into the media wanted to win.in the president is right when he points that out. so much of this goes back to the election results and the fact
that -- let's review a couple of things. you just mentioned the actual coordination and collusion between ukrainian embassy officials and dnc officials. they actually used that it's information to try to hurt people on the trump campaign. that's number one. number two, bill clinton got $500,000 in speaking fees from a russian bank. hillary clinton allowed 20% of our uranium reserves to go to the russian firm, whose investors gave money to the clinton foundation. the clinton campaign -- chairman's brother, lobbied against sanctions on russia and failed to disclose it. you're talking about actual evidence,no not conjecture. my other impression of your interview is -- how refreshing to have someone take responsibility, be transparent and earnest, admit that maybe he would have done thingsbi differently. i think many people in last year's election should say they should have done things thdifferently.
hillary clinton had a 92% chance of winning michigan. she had a 0% chance. many things could be done differently. the bottom line is, what came out of this 20 minute brief meeting? nothing helpful, meaningful, consequential. if that weren't true, there would have been immediate follow-up. nou follow-up whatsoever. >>ia sean: the woman being paid by the dnc -- i will go to the politico article -- she shared her findings with officials. she went to the ukrainian embassy and they were disseminating false information on donald trump. they even take credit for helping to push out a paul manafort at that particular point in the campaign. there's real collusion. >> there's real damage too. if we were in a court of law, i don't think all of these
allegations -- certainly i would ask you the question, what witnesses are you going to call and what are your damages? w what you described with the ukrainian officials andd this alexandra person, they tried to hurt people and they did her people on the trump campaign. i'm glad you are raising that. a "new york times" reporter tweeted about it, exactly what you are saying. this is important information. the biggest response i have heard is, oh, but a different person won. that does not erase the fact that people might have broken the law. they colluded with foreign governments -- it would have damaged mr. trump, at the time. >> sean: my opening monologue
-- rowan scarborough, a renowned washington journalist, he's the one that paid for a lot of the information that he got -- this is where the -- -- if they are getting information from russia in that particular case or you could even add to the outcome of uranium one deal -- over $100 million kicked back to the clinton foundation. for something so fundamentally wrong in terms of k fundamental fairness and the media. at some point, it seems like there's gotta be more pushback and that these stories have also got to penetrate the usconsciousness of the american people. >> the pushback is coming from the american people. have you seen the approval rating of the media lately and it shows and networks -- not yours, sean, congratulations on your incredible ratings.
i think people are looking for an alternative. in addition to there being a myopic, lemminglike mentality, everybody sounds the same. the president of the united states sat with the president of russia less than a week ago for two hours and 15 minutes and yet we were talking about this? do you realize there's people in the media, what comes out of their mouth -- they talk more about russia and america. thank you for talking about america so often. this 20 minute brief meeting -- six people are nodding their heads at each other, zero useful information. i want to review, in case you run out of time, this is to help all the people at home.
what is the conclusion? collusion, no. we don't have that yet. illusion and delusion. collusion? no. illusion, delusion. yes. we will have some fun with words. you are absolutely right. to date -- they think we will catch something six months later. we appreciate the fact that don jr. released those emails, appeared on your show for all to see. compare that to the hiding that we saw all during the last campaign by the other side. >> sean: i'm going to buy you a white board. 'mllyanne conway from the white house tonight. thank you for being with us.e coming up, as democrats in the media continue to slam donald trump, jr., unfairly for meeting with a russian lawyer last year -- gregg jarrett says he did not commit any crime. we will talk about this double standard. geraldo rivera joins uss tonight and later tonight, liberal joe, devastating news.
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far from the truth.. and geraldo rivera, you called it preposterous. >> it is preposterous. you have to be at war with the russians in order for treason to kick in. war against the united states, aiding and comforting the enemy. we are not at war. it's so stupid for senatorst tim kaine and others to say it. it's just not. they also say collusion. there is no collusion statute except an antitrust. there's one statute that says you can't conspire to disrupt a government function which would be an election. this involves taking informatios from a russian lawyer. that's not deceit and dishonesty. i listened to this democratic congressman saying it's a clear violation of campaign election laws. okay, which one? there isn't any. >> sean: you're talking about
the fec campaign act. >> it's a civil penalty but second of all, it doesn't apply here. you generally have ton' donate money and it specifically says that providing personal services is not a donation and foreign nationals can provide personal services. they do it all the time. >> on the issue of treason, nothing exposes the utter hatred, the loathing that the left has with donald trump and the use of this word. treason. this charged word. this conjuring up of someone knifing his nation in the back. that's what treason is. treason is benedict arnold -- treason is selling your gis down the tube for money or powe power. it reveals the shamelessness for
their hope that the 45th president will fail in office. there is nothing illegal and what donald trump, jr., did in taking this meeting. collusion is notki a crime. what is a crime is to hack. if the person got the information, they are guilty of a crime. >> sean: he had no idea about what they were offering. >> even if they hadea given him the information or released the information, look at all the people who used information that wikileaks had. >> sean: i used it. >> "the new york times," sean hannity, that's not the crime, the crime isis to hack. this is the greatest peril for donaldld trump, jr.. he must tell the truth about every contact he has had. i'm sure as he told you, he is embarrassed by this whole thing. this is the last distraction his father needed. i'm sure he can do this over again -- i'm sure he wished.
this must be total truth when you're speaking to a federal agent. >> sean: what about the ukraine? there was information passed on. there was a meeting that took place in the ukrainian embassy. it was passed on to the dnc. this really happened.. the country doesn't know about thatd. story. >> the media deliberately ignores it. there's no equivalency. it's pretty obvious -- they are unabashed in their hatred for the president. every time they choose a story, they largely ignore the uranium one deal that you pointed out in your opening monologue. talk about criminal quid pro all quo. there is a plethora of evidence that she and bill clinton violated the law with her office as secretary of state, to her
benefit, to make money. >> sean: geraldo, if this is where the democrats want to go? hillary on the email server, uranium one, comey on the espionage act, the records act, loretta lynch, the deep state -- bring it all on. everyone thatbr committed a cri, let's go after them all. >> here's the problem with that approach. >> sean: you are about to yell at me. >> he now hasou to deal with ths feeding frenzy that exists, whether it's fair or unfair. this is a runaway locomotive that he has to deal with. everything he has ever said or anyone has associated with him during the campaign and transition -- they will be gone over by his enemies with a fine tooth comb. to ask the government to talk about ukraine, uranium,w they ae not going to do it. this is like watergate in the sense that everybody is engaged.
they are the president's defenders and numerically fewer than his attackers now. you have to stand like a rock and defended as it comes. that's what i set about don jr. >> sean: is nauseating. c >> the double standard is the reality in which we exist. >> sean: where do people get your t columns? >> go to foxnews.com and in the opinion section. >> sean: when we come back, i liberal joe scarborough is done with the republican party. so sad. the most cringeworthy musical appearance i've ever seen in my life, we have a mini monologue. and conservative twitter social media sensation terrence williams gets the last word tonight, again on "hannity." noo introducing the easiest way to get gillette blades
>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." former republican turned daytime show host -- because we killed him at night, wannabe rock star liberal joe scarborough made a so-called huge announcement last night. he told his comrade over at cbs, steve colbert, he's leaving the republican party. oh, liberal joe, say it ain't so. that is the subject of tonight's very important mini monologue. if you watch the show on daily basis, i'm not a registered republican.
i am a registered conservative. liberal joe scarborough is much, much different. former republican congressman moved to the northeast. he wanted to make it big. he wants to be loved and worshiped and idolized and adored and supported by all his liberal, arrogant, elitist friends in new york city. they are filling his head with visions of glory. knowing joe scarborough, he thinks he could really one day ly the president of the united states. yeah, he believes it. calling president trump a schmuck, a goon, a thug, ,entally unfit, wasn't enough to please all his liberal friends and his blushing fiance, mika. so now he's leaving? bye bye. watch this. >> what exactly is the republican party willing to do?a
how far are they willing to go? how much of this country and our values are they willing to sell out? >> are you a republican? >> i am a republican but i'm not going to be a republican a anymore. i'm going to become an independent. >> sean: liberal joe, you made stephen colbert and his liberal audience so, so proud. what will the republican party ever do without joe? they lose one of its ownca but t looks like a rock 'n' roll hall of fame will be gaining a legend. is anyone else noticing the hair? i guess mika thinks it looks really cool. okay, after dropping the new album and a cringeworthy music video for his opening single, "mystified," joe scarborough thinks he's johnny rotten. mika, do you like that hair? wow. does he think he's a rock star? speaking of cringeworthy
embarrassment, look at liberal joe performing on colbert last night. it was a hard-hitting, deeply profound song called "monkey house." gon the late show. this is liberal joe, wannabe rock star. take a look. ♪ let's go to the monkey house ♪ ♪ in the monkey house >> sean: i guess it could be the theme song for msnbc, considering it's like a monkey house over there, with all their conspiracy theories. considering how lacking in truth they all are. joe, i never thought i'd say thisn -- watching that performance, don't quit your day job. it's cringe inducing. fox doesn't want you but if you,
get fired over at nbc, you've been sucking up to jeff zucker and kissing hisr -- well, up next on "hannity"... >> breaking news everybody. the morning host >> joe scarborough announced he is leaving the republican party because donald j. trump be hurting his feelings. [laughs]g >> sean: he's back, he getsug theet last word. terrence williams, a brand-new video out tonight. he gets the last word. that's next. no, please, please, oh! ♪ (shrieks in terror) (heavy breathing and snorting) no, no. the running of the bulldogs? surprising. what's not surprising? how much money aleia saved by switching to geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
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>> that's all the time we have left this evening, thanks for being with us. remember, there shall, always fair, always balanced. see you back here tomorrow night. always on "the story" tomorrow. tucker carlson is up next. ♪ >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." an outrage bomb went off in washington last night, and by don today there was still a thick cloud of sanctimony and self-righteousness hanging over the city choking out all normal life. the cause, donald trump, jr.,'s meeting with a russian lawyer last summer. no one here had ever seen anything like that before. so they said. there was stiff competition, but the senator from connecticut may have won the highest indignation award when he suggested not only is donald trump, jr., a bad person, he may in fact be a russian spy.