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and videos on our website, i'll see you next week. [ woman vocalizing ] and lou dos is next. keep it on fox business. [♪] lou: good evening, our top stories, robert mueller indicting 12 russian intelligence officers. he accuses them of hacking the demmatic national committee and the servers of hillary clinton. he still find no evidence of collusion with the trump campaign. but he's hard at work obviously. the president's top attorney saying it's time to wrap up the russia witch hunt. we'll take up the significance of these developments with chris farrell of judicial watch. president trump with a royal welcome in the united kingdom and the president firing back at the fake news media worldwide
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this time for reporting tales of conflict between the president, the brits, and their prime minister. >> i would say the highest level of special. am i allowed to go higher than that? it's the highest level of special. they are special people, it's a special country. lou: talking about the special relationship between the united states and the u.k. it understand out theresa may and the president are getting along famously. forget russia. russia may be coming. but the chinese are here. rinos paul ryan and mitch mcconnell eager to do the bidding of communist china when it comes to trade. the two attacking the president's trade policies days after china called upon u.s.
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companies to lobby against tariffs that they say would save american jobs. and maintain the flow of money into their pockets. our top story. a dozen russian operatives indicted by robert mueller. accusing them of hacking democrats and interfering with a 2016 election. rod rosen tine announcing those charges days before the president is set to sit down and talk with russian president putin in helsinki. catherinehelsinki.her. harrishelsinki.catherine herridge has the latest for us. catherine: this makes a connection between the russian interference and vladimir putin. >> the indictment charges 12 russian military officers by name for conspiring to interfere with the 2016 presidential
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election. catherine: during the 2016 campaign, the defendants members of the gru are accused of hacking democrats' emails and releasing them. in some cases masquerading as u.s. citizens, they flooded the web. >> the conspirators created fictitious online persona. the defendants falsely claimed that d.c. leaks was a group of american hearing and guccifer 2.0 was a lone romanian hacker. catherine: the indictment says guccifer 2.0 got a request from a member of congress to who wanted records about his opponent. hackers for the first time targeted a company used by clinton's personal office on the
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same day president trump said this. >> if russia is listening, i hope you are able to you find the 30,000 emails that are missing. catherine: a white house spokesperson said there is no allegation americans knew they were corresponding with russians. there is no allegation any american citizen committed a crime and no allegation the conspiracy changed the vote count. >> this is the appropriate scope. whether you are republican, democrat, conservative or liberal, we should be concerned about cyber-security. whether they breach a system. >> it tells us what we already know. russia hacked, russia spread false news and russia was trying to help trump win the presidency. but it provides additional details that make it even more difficult for putin to deny it.
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catherine: they provided more information on the emails calling on the president to tone down the rhetoric. >> the hope would be the president and his allies would cease and desist from calling the mueller investigation a witch hunt. catherine: legal experts say it's unlikely the russian government will extradite military intelligence officers to the u.s. for prosecution. lou: rosenstein's shock display today, his sense of timing and his overall arrogance and demonstrated incompetence on full display. listen to these remarks which could only be in my opinion cat gorized as blether by the deputy attorney general during this press conference. >> we confront foreign interference in american elections, it's important for to us avoid thinking politically as
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republicans or democrats. and instead to think as americans. the partisan warfare fueled by modern technology.not fairly reflect the grace, dignity, and unity of the american people. lou: rosenstein's extraordinary, pious assessment coming from a man who has been compromise and conflicted and sitting idly by as the special counsel robert mueller continues to overstate his mandate which is hardly transparent since the congress is still looking to find the two documents that are top the original scope memo. and the investigation is a search for a crime. and rosenstein today also generously adding that the president is fully aware of
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today's actions by the department. think about that. he had to add that. then the white house said this. quote. there is no allegation in this indictment that americans knew they were corresponding with russians. what in the world is the white house thinking saying there is no allegation in this indictment that any american citizen committed a crime. really? there is no allegation the conspiracy changed the vote count or affected any election result. we have been listening to this nonsense, no evidence, no collusion, but now the white house is so caught up and understandably so in defending itself and this president that they have to take what is an obvious threat against the united states, national security, and turn it into a partisan discussion about who is influenced and affected by this
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indictment so-called of 12 russian intelligence officers. listening to this empty bluster about cyber attacks since obama's 8 years of pure passive nonsense, strategic patience. he did issue an executive order treating cyber attacks as potentially acts of war, but did nothing. then rosenstein and the special counsel indicted 12 russian intelligence officers. i would have loved to have heard rod rosenstein explain to us how they are going pursue justice. how are they going to get them on u.s. soil for trial. and since when did the united states when con front with a breach our national security act like a bunch of cheap ambulance chasers instead of acting like the guardians of our national security that each one of these
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officials should be? those russians will never step foot in an american court and mueller knows that. so does rosenstein. and they are playing games. mueller's indictment in february. another example. another 13 russian max nationals linked to the russian internet research agency and broadly russian intelligence. these defendants now accused of operating social media page to the sow discord in the american political system. it needs'' corruption ripped out of it. 13 more russians intighted in mueller's never ending witch hunt, and without effect. the president of the united states is conducting foreign policy at this very moment and his deputy attorney general is upstaging him, and his white
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house is talking about the fact that they are not talking about implicating anyone with the trump campaign or the trump administration instead of what in the hell are we going to do about it and why didn't president obama do something years ago. and by the way, the russian interference in the u.s. elections began years before 2016. our guest now to discuss all of this, rosenstein, his incompetence in overseeing the special counsel, and its investigation, we are joined by chris farrell who is the head of research and investigations for judicial watch. chris, great to have you here. you heard what i had to say about it. i am so disgusted that the national left-wing media has become a bunch of complicit inert figures in what has become
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a tragic play in which the national security isn't even discussed by the deputy attorney general. he's so intent on playing games, i just find this such reprehensible conduct by anyone in the justice department. the white house taking this thing and acting as thought it's necessary to defend the president i think is absolutely beyond explanation or tolerance by the president. >> this is a deeply subject versey political attack against rosenstein and mueller when he's in the middle of a foreign affairs event. lou: he's talking about some of the most of important issues in national security whether it be the support by all the 29 nations by nato, whether it be a face to face, head to head
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meeting. and the democrats say he shouldn't talk to them. he has 6,500 warheads ready to use at any moment. the mindlessness of this particular period in our history is overwhelming. >> rosenstein and mueller want to destroy trump the man and the trump presidency. let's be 100% clear. this is a publicity stunt to push back on the atrocious strzok event yesterday where he humiliated himself and the fbi. now a little tip for mr. rosenstein. take a look at that awan house server. you want to look at a cyber-security issue. do an investigation there. because the substantial documentation show there was grave national security crime
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there and point to, how did they know the democratic national server was attacked or penetrated? because the fbi punted temp. they allowed crowd strike to do the investigation. and newsflash. crowd strike is not a law enforcement agency. lou: it's allied with the democratic party. it makes these indictments -- it's hard to even form the word. >> they are a joke. lou: they are based on hearsay. and i want an investigation into why the fbi did not demand access to those servers. it was not some sort of legal issue. it's a matter of national security. and we have a nation's capital acting like it. i am talking about nearly all of the democratic party and far too
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many of the republicans as if there is no national security issue here and they can blithely go along with the business as usual attitude when it comes to political corruption and outright corruption. >> the same democrats that applauded strzok and one ridiculous member of congress dishonored and insulted every combat wounded veteran in the country's history by suggesting he be given a purple heart. you talk about a moron. how insulting, it be, this guy hop tried to steer an election. that he should be honored. the democrats from the committee applauded him. you talk about a low point in the house of representatives, that was yesterday. lou: sometimes these events, there was also on display great courage and the freedom caucus
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insisting on getting the truth, and they had moments in which they succeeded. >> a very important point about the penetration by a hostile foreign intelligence service or entity of hillary clinton's server. i'm waiting for that one to be unwound. judicial watch is pursuing it. trust me on that. lou: i trust you on that. i don't think judicial watch can come close to serving the national security interests that have been absolutely betrayed by this justice department. this is a justice department playing political games and politicizing a rancidly, politically corrupt just its depth and fbi. then the deputy attorney general in front of cameras and microphones having the temerity to talk to the american people with pa patriotism instead of
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partisanship. that should make every on everyn around, seous. lou: the dem's ridiculous movement top abolish immigration and customs enforcement. we'll take up the left-wing lunacy next. i joined the army after 911, cuz, um, i thought that was what i needed to do. we got our orders to go overseas and i went to baghdad, iraq. we were transporting a bomb sniffing dog to the polling stations. we rolled over two anti-tank mines,
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it blew my humvee up, killed my sergeant. after the explosion, i suffered a closed head injury, um, traumatic brain injury, loss of a limb, burns to 60% of my body. when the doctors told me i reached my plateau, i did not want to hear that because i do not believe i have a plateau. so, i had to prove 'em wrong, which i am doing to this day and i will still do until the end of my days. i've gotten to where i am at because of my family. and, the wounded warrior project has helped me more than i can ever imagine. they have really been there to support me in my endeavors. my number one goal, basically, is to get close to where i was. i am more than ready to work hard to get to that goal. i am living proof to never give up and i will never give up.
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lou: republicans vote in all that big talk about shutting down immigration and customs enforcement. the dems fear a yes or no vote -- well as much as they tbaictd and clamored for it. it turns out they might think it will jeopardize their chances in november. i think they have the democrats on this one exactly where they want them.
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tammy bruce, washington times columnist and fox business contributor. what do you make of these indictments of another 12 russians who will never see an american courtroom. >> it's fascinating how we indict some people we are never going to see or interview or expose or get more information from it's freaking convenient, isn't it. for everyone in this country who thought there doesn't need to be justice reform. this is an example of how far the corruption can go at the federal level. they also keep in mind being an effort to get the strzok news off page one is the fact they all seem to be working hard to hide something else. we already know a lot. the question has to be especially with strzok's remarkable bizarre performance. what are they hiding and why is
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he seemingly so confident nothing will ever happen to him? lou: because he has all of that experience that nothing ever happens to the corrupt whether politically or otherwise in the fbi or the department of justice. it's so corrupt that's man, strzok, could sit there and get so excited like a school boy, he couldn't stand waiting to give his pitiful specious nonsense in response. tammy: i don't know if they tried to stop him from being able to speak. those hearings are for transparency for the sovereign. the citizen. every effort from the democrats was to keep that from happening. if there was any doubt before there was something the swamp is a real thing and they are hiding something rather large. what happened yesterday should
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remove that doubt from anyone who was at all anybody. >> anybody who has a doubt that this is a witch hunt. that this is an appalls miscarriage of justice, this is the most of corrupt justice department and most of corrupt fbi leadership in our country's history will not be satisfied with any more information or furt orreasonning. they are beyond cam pro hengs. this is so transparently in our faces that there is no help for those who haven't figured it out. tammy: this is what we have seen despite efforts to keep most of things hidden. the fbi and the justice department. the establishment. lou: they stonewalled the united states congress for two years. tammy: it was established for how long before that. how long have the american people not had the right justice at the federal level. this is what we need to be
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change. this is why donald trump was elected. >> that brings up the other point. this is donald trump's administration. this is his justice department. and his appointees are running it. now the question is, why not fix it. because that is the looming question that gets large and far more significant by each passing day. >> the reformation continues. there will be several steps he would like to take. lou: take charge of the damn justice department and national security. and any idiot like rod rosenstein who decides he's the deputy attorney general can make judgments about national security without the approval and the direction of the president of the united states needs to get the hell out now. tammy: i think the american people would agree with that, and the president knows it as
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well. lou: a great job on tucker carlson's show the other night. tammy: thank you. i had a great time. it's a family, and i enjoy talking to them, and they love you, too. lou: thank you very much. tammy, good to see you. be sure to vote in our poll. do you think an honest investigation of election meddling would have focused on the election threat to u.s. national security? cast your vote on twitter @loudobbs. follow me on twitter and like me on facebook. i'm more than just a little annoys by the corruption at the u.s. justice department and the fbi leadership. i'm sure i won't calm down about this. but i'm not going to change one thing about the fact that we are
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lou: president trump meeting with british prime minister theresa may. they are talking about a trade deal with the u.k. after they exit the european union. he. president trump: i didn't criticize the prime minister. i have a lot of respect for the prime minister. unfortunately there was a story that was done which was generally fine. but it didn't put in what i said
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about the prime minister. i said tremendous things. fortunately we tend to record stories now. so we have it for your enjoyment if you like it. but we record it when we deal with reporters. it's called fake news. lou: joining us, ed rollins, great to have you with us. at first theresa may and the president, that looks like a special relationship to me. ed: they ended up on a good note. the president let them know how it felt and i think walked away with much more respect on that side of the aisle. and i think to a certain extent they told him what they needed to do and they will do it. lou: that moronic nic americanf
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london. he's just. -- moronic mayor of london. ed: i think to a certain extent the lackluster leadership of the mayor of london has provided. lou: luckily he's their problem. this is one of the most of stupid decisions anyone made at justice. rosenstein to take the bob mueller investigation and now we have another 2 indictments of russian intelligence officials. you can just see vladimir putin saying to one of his underlings,
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we are in real trouble, we'll have to get some good attorneys to defend these guys because they will be hauled up before american courts. how stupid does rod rosenstein think he and his justice department look, first all, trampling on the purview of the president of the united states. national security, rosenstein, think about it. ed: it took away a great trump card the president would have had. he would have said you can't interfere in our election. here is evidence of you interfering in our election. lou: they have hearsay and idiotic indictments of people they can't charge in a u.s. courtroom because they are not here. can i ask you this. hitler attacks poland. right? did you see the polish government say we are going to
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sue you? this is an attack on u.s. sovereignty. it's to be taken seriously by serious people. but when you have not serious people and incompetent people and politically corrupt people like rosenstein and his henchmen one end up with 12 indictments of intelligence officers serving in russia. by the way, it's been three -- we know the russians were hacking successfully democratic servers 14, 15, 16. the obama administration had known about the fact that they had been in the democratic servers in 2016 for seven months and didn't do a damn thing about it. why is it the justice department, why isn't the defense department reacting to that's very open question, which is why in the hell did the president of the united states permit that? ed: we found out hillary clinton
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was never under real investigation in those hearings. we found out today that the justice department and defense department basically are not -- the president needs to get back here and grab hold of these people and straighten them out. he's doing a great job but he's getting undercut and his story is being stepped on to some extent. lou: the white house spokesman talking like he was work for an h.r. department saying we were not accused of anything by the special counsel or department of justice. who the hell cares? it's about national security. ed: i agree totally. i have spent 50 years of my life in politics and white house politics. i'm appalled by the lack of communication. lou: what can the president do with the department of justice and the fbi? ed: he has to sit down with the
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attorney general and everybody else over there and say i want this straightened out. lou: do you think they can find the attorney general? ed: i would read the riot act to all of them and say this foolishness has to stop. we are going into an election that can function effectively. >> do you think mcconnell and ryan could be of some help here? where the hell are they? who -- they are talking -- they sided with the chinese on u.s. tariffs. they obviously prefer chinese trade policy rather than american trade policy under this president. lou: this president has broad shoulders. mcconnell's job is to get our senate confirmation our nominee and ryan's job is to get the hell out of there as quick as
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possible. lou: i hope it's one he would take seriously and perhaps try to set a new world record in exits. but it looks like it will be the inverse. ed rollins. up next. the odd similarity between peter strzok and rod rosenstein's testimony. gina loudon and don giordano joining us after the break. my father passed this truck down to me, that's the same thing i want to do with you. it's an emotional thing to watch your child grow up and especially get behind the wheel. i want to keep you know, stacking up the memories and the miles and the years. he's gonna get mine -but i'm gonna get a new one. -oh yeah when it's time for your old chevy truck to become their new chevy truck, there's truck month. get 18% of msrp cash back on all silverado 1500 crew cab lt pickups when you finance with gm financial. that's $9,000 on this silverado. plus, during truck month make no monthly payments for 90 days.
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lou: there is a strange similarity in the conduct and body language of peter strzok and rod rosenstein that has nothing to do with the obstruction of justice. look at this. strzok and rosenstein look like some sort of inso lent school boys, scwirming around in their chairs. it's strange to say the very least. and the smirks. you can't buy that at any of the finest stores anywhere. joining me now, gina loudon. don giordano. good to have you both with us. gina, rod rosenstein bouncing up in a chair. strzok sitting there -- i don't know what all that was about.
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these are strange strange folks involved at the top levels of the justice and fbi. >> lou, as you know, i can't diagnose someone i have never seen clinically. but look at them with my background in psychology and knowing they both still work for the fbi. i hope they are keeping up with their psychological assessments because something is amiss here. the n they have to do that in body language terms is they have too much energy inside of them, they don't know what to do. they can't throw their hands up in the air in is energy boiling over in them probably from nervousness or something they may be hiding. that's why you see the bizarre jerks and gestures. lou: maybe that's why they put spies in the trump campaign. >> my background is education. if i had strzok in front of me
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in a classroom. it's not extra energy. this guy's smirk is smugness and arrogance not just towards trump. but the american people. that's what he was bubbling over with. lou: chuck schumer said the president should cancel his meeting. suddenly the talking point of the democrats, this quote from schumer. president trump should cancel his meeting with vladimir putin until russia takes transparent steps to insure they won't interfere in future elections. grad-handing with vladimir putin on the heels of these indictments would be an insult to our democracy. all of the arrogance isn't reserved for the justice department and the fbi
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leadership, is it? >> the insult to our democracy, the republican democracy. but the insult to our democratic republic is what happened today with rosenstein. exactly as you have point out your entire show. your anger is very righteous. you have millions of americans behind you who see this is a threat to our national security. if this wasn't discussed with our president which i can't imagine it was when he's getting ready for this meeting with putin. i can't see how this isn't tantamount to treason. i certainly don't know all the policies and procedures. but that's the only thing that makes sense to me. it doesn't looks like this was handled well at all. that's the insult to our democracy. >> the timing of this. to gina's point.
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to do it today, and then to have this -- it takes away strzok from the front page, and it puts the president in this position with putin where he can't go in fresh and go after him on these things. it weakens and diminishes him, then all they have to say is don't meet with him. the timing is incredibly suspect. lou: everyone is ignoring the last administration, obama's administration at least recognized they were passive as always on everything and did nothing. but at least they put in writing the expression that the united states could interpret a cyber attack as an act of war and respond accordingly. something needs to be said well beyond this. we reached a point where everybody thinks it's about putting together a phrase or what the president says or some
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official says. action counts. and luckily we have a president who is a man of action. thanks for being here. we appreciate it have much. rino mitch mcconnell trying to undermine the president's tough stance and trade deficits and the mercantilists aggressive expansionary policies of china. what is the deal with mcconnell. be sure to tune in to hannity at 9:00 p.m. eastern. please join us. more right after the break. greater response. when there is a battle, bring strength
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lou: the rino republican congressional leadership doing the bidding of communist china in their efforts to fight the president on tariff policies. just today the majority leader of the senate mitch mcconnell fear monger being the possibilities of a trade war. he said this, quote. i'm concerned about getting into a trade war. it seems like we may in the early stages of it. nobody wins a trade war, so it would be good if it ended soon.
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wow, that's deep. he didn't mention the fact that this country has run trade deficits for 43 straight years. and by the way, mcconnell was echoing paul ryan's comments thursday when he claimed new tariffs aren't the solution to economic growth. i don't think anybody said was. what is the solution to trade deficits crushing this country days after the chinese government urged u.s. companies to lobby the american government against the president's trade tariffs. at least ryan and mcconnell were listening to one leader who just happened to be xi jinping rather than donald trump. on wall street stocks closed higher. that's right. more trade tensions. the dow up 96 points.
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the s & p up 3. the dow gaining over 2% on the week. you may have noticed the dow is now above 25,000. the s & p gained a percent and a half. listen to my reports three times a day on the say emradio network. up next, pastor robert jeffress. stay with us.
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lou: joining us tonight, pastorr robert jeffress. the day justice kennedy announced his retirement, you tweeted this. choosing another supreme court justice will make president trump the most of consequential president since lincoln. does judge kavanaugh meet the test, the jeffress test? >> i believe he does. because he is a conservative, lou. those of us who are evangelical christians, we believe most of of the' things that eroded the spiritual foundation of this country, the removal prayer and bible reading and 10 commandment displays from the courthouse and legal abortion.
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all this happened through the judiciary. it came about from liberal judges who created imaginary rights for some americans while destroying the real constitutional rights of americans. there is no right to an abortion in the constitution, but there is a right to life. there is no right to be free from the religious expression of other people, but there is a freedom of religion expression. i think judg judge kavanaugh ise type of justice who will interpret the law by what the constitution actually says instead what liberals wish it says. lou: it's always hard to predict even what looks to be the most of reasonable assumptions about a justice, what his or her record will look like when sitting on the court. i want to turn to the calf enough battle. and -- to the kavanaugh battle and the northerly -- and the
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moral fabric of the left. they are smearing kavanaugh in all sorts of ways, because he was appointed by this president and nominated for this seat on the supreme court. they are not in any way reluctant to smear him, the most of vicious lies, and the flimsiest of connections to any, anything that could be held against him even though -- to me it's maddening to think what the left in this country has become. >> it's a sign of desperation. they have no legitimate grounds on which to oppose him. i'll make a prediction. he'll be confirm bid more than 50 votes and i think some democrats will cross over to support him. the reason the left is in a meltdown over this is because they know how powerful the
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judiciary is. we say we have three coequal branches of government. hogwash. the judiciary is the most of powerful branch. the liberals know they can never enact their liberal agenda if they lose control of the courts. lou: when we look at the corruption in the justice department and the fbi leadership, and combine that with the left wing judges sitting on district court benches across this country, it's not in any way a coequal branch of government. it is -- well, it is an imperial dominion unto itself with immense power. >> but the president is changing that. he's doing exactly what he promised he's going to do, and i think soon it will be time to bring an toned this muler broab
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probe. to lance the boil so we can have healing in this country it's time for this to come teen end. lou: tha you for being with us. >> announcer: from the fox studios in new york city this is maria bartiromo's "wall street." maria: happy weekend. welcome to the program that analyzes the week that was and helps position you for the week ahead. citi private bank head of investments is with me, and erika nardini. let's get over to the fox business newsroom. reporter: another busy news week. president trump drew a hard line in the sand at the nato meeting in brussels. he


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