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go to facebook.com/kelly file and follow me on twitter. let me know what you think. thanks for watching, i'm megyn kelly. this is "the kelly file." tonight. >> everybody is acting like this is the first time it's ever happened. >> democrats starting to panic as scandals swirl around hillary clinton. >> it happens all the time. >> new reports indicate that vice president crazy uncle joe biden might jump into the race. liberals take a page out of their worn-out playbook and try to start using the race card to attack donald trump. and. congresswoman mia love gets emotional over the disturbing planned parenthood issues. she will be here to react to the latest tapes. all that plus colonel allen west weighs in on the iranian nuclear deal.
welcome to "hannity." democrats in full panic mode offer hillary clinton's private server scandal. new details coming out about hillary's careless handling of classified and top secret information as secretary of state. poll numbers are plummeting. this as new reports indicate that vice president joe biden could enter the 2016 race. standing by at the big board tonight with a full report is fox & friends first co-host. joe biden in. he is meeting with elizabeth warren? >> do you think he's going to get in? >> yes. >> you do? according to the "wall street journal" vice president joe biden is leaning toward making another run at the white house. he's said to be weighing his option. and over the weekend he reportedly met with democratic senator elizabeth warren to discuss policy. earlier today white house secretary josh earnest might have given him another reason to run when he said this. >> i think the president's view
about vice president's performance as the vice president of the united states should give you a sense of the president's belief in his aptitude for the top job. >> so, we'll have to see if comments like that factor into biden's decision. he said that he will make up his mind about running for president by the end of the summer. as for hillary clinton, "the new york times" reporting she is cutting her summer vacation short. the clintons were supposed to spend the rest of august in the hamptons. now hillary is set to do several campaign events in the midwest. in ohio where she is going to campaign on thursday, a recent qu quinnipiac poll shows 60% of ohio voters think she is not honest and trustworthy. we'll keep an eye out on the polls. joining us now from "the weekly standard," fox news contributor stephen hayes and peter johnson jr. if he wanted to meet with elizabeth warren, he could have picked up the phone. he didn't have to come back from
vacation earlier to meet her in washington. he wanted to leak that. then josh earnest's comments today. very complimentary of joe. seems that obama is getting involved in some way. thoughts? >> yeah. where is the white house on this? is the white house the link behind the hillary clinton email scandal? are they the source of it? but it also shows, really, the desperation of the democratic party and the shallowness of the democratic bench. oe biden has been hid away for many, many years. now he's being trotted out somehow as a savior of the democratic party to save them from hillary clinton and bernie sanders. is that the top three? >> wow! >> that's in the democratic party? >> you could add al gore. >> maybe. 16 or 17 strong candidates with tremendous accomplishments on the republican side. i am a democrat. you say what's going on here. >> stephen, when josh earnest says today as he did, the president's best decision that he ever made is selecting joe
biden and that ought to show the confidence that he has in his ability to do the top job. if i'm hillary, i'm reading that, obama is out to get me. >> you know, it's something the president has said before repeated repeatedly. something josh earnest has said before repeatedly. your point is the key one. the timing of the response coming in response to questions about whether the president would back either joe biden or hillary. i point to an earlier data point that i think makes this clear that joe biden and his associates want these stories out. remember that maureen dowd story from several weeks ago that really kicked the speculation into high gear. she was quoting joe biden's thoughts in that story. none of this is happening by accident. we don't know whether joe biden ultimately will run for president but what we do know is that joe biden wants us to believe that he's thinking about running for president. >> interesting. there was the quinnipiac poll last week, peter, comes out.
swing states. florida, ohio, pennsylvania. 71-26, 72-26. 74-24, do not want another four years of obama's policies. that hurts both hillary and biden. >> there is an anvil around joe biden's neck. where is the grass roots support? we don't see it for hillary clinton or joe biden. we see itber bernie sanders, showing that the democratic party is more leftish than we considered it to be that a socialist is trumping, no pun intended, both of them. we don't see outpouring for joe biden. people are not taking to the streets and saying, we need joe biden. democratic party seems to be saying we need somebody who can possibly win and perhaps hillary clinton is not that person. >> a human gaffe machine. >> it's interesting to me that both hillary and joe biden, before they make their decision, assuming joe makes that
decision, they both go to elizabeth warren. it seems she is the person that is most feared by both of them that she may get in the race. i have to assume, being more left-wing that bernie sanders would fear her as well. >> elizabeth warren is the center of gravity in the democratic party. there is no question that having the approval, the support, even the endorsement of elizabeth warren would be a huge boon to whomever gets it. just leaking the fact of this meeting from joe biden has people speculating all day today. people who are not following every twist and turn of his thinking will see the thinking of his meeting with elizabeth warren as pretty big. >> they wanted maximum play and they've gotten it. hillary's problems are deeper than political.
she has significant legal hurdles to face. i think she is if far deeper legal trouble than she may think. >> i don't know whether a crime has been committed or not, but we have all of the circumstances, all of the conditions surrounding the potential that a crime has been committed -- >> a serious crime. >> apart from bad judgment, apart from the nonsense that you're going to recreate history and keep a state department to yourself and say, i'm going to take the server with me. i think that this is the digital analog to the nixon watergate tapes. it's the same kind of controlling mindset. >> peter, look at the possible smoking guns. what if the chinese have it? what if putin has it? what if the fbi can refer to deleted emails that may refer to benghazi or other issues. >> where did they go? intentionally or unintentionally? what's the negligence. >> obstruction of justice. >> what about the personal
interview with secretary of state clinton. >> right. >> and all of the people that used to work for her. we haven't even gotten to that point. that point will come. the fbi will say -- >> what are the odds -- last question. what are the odds you think she would get indicted? >> i don't think they're great at this point. but we don't know what's there. we don't know what was actually secret or top-secret or not. we do know, based upon the ones we've seen or heard about, maybe 10% were. >> because the obamas and clintons really don't like each other, there is a chance that the comment by josh earnest was planned. that might mean obama wants to let the justice department do their job. >> this has become more "house of cards" than anything i could have ever imagined. >> i watch every series. i watch for hours. >> there are a lot of parallels. >> i hope you didn't miss my appearance on "house of cards." if you did we're not friends anymore. >> i'll have to go back to watch
it. >> that means you missed it. >> i haven't watched it. i gave it up. >> we'll all watch it after the show tonight. coming up next, tonight, right here on "hannity." >> are there any black people there? ♪ ♪ >> i have not seen any today that have come out. nbc's chris matthews at it again. when all else fails what do many on the left do? play the race card. they have their sights set on donald trump. later tonight. >> this is manufactured partly by a press that's bored and partly by the republicans. here is the deal. she did not break any rules. she did not break any policy. >> nice try. some democrats are trying to help hillary while others are turning on her. we have a full report straight ahead. like i sweat money. i want to smell the way champagne tastes. i love champagne. infuse your laundry with... ...up to 12 weeks of luxurious long-lasting scents...
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welcome back to "hannity." donald trump's rise in the polls appears to have some members of the liberal mainstream media so worried that they're starting to employ the favorite political tactic, that of course the race card. look at how some at msnbc reacted to his rally in alabama on friday that drew tens of thousands of people. >> are there any black people there? ♪ ♪ >> i have not seen any today that have come out. i actually spoke -- i spoke with a lot of people at lunch today, and -- and they were all, to be blunt, caucasian white people. >> it's mostly male caucasians. it's a ethnically polarizing appeal and can really only appeal to the white guy. it isn't going to appeal to african-americans and latinos. when he is saying to the white
guy you're getting yours. he means getting it and taking it away from or pushing away all the rest of us. >> reaction, the chairman eric guster. have of the bernie sanders rally. look at the video. i am looking, looking. i don't see many black people there. i'm still looking. looking hard, deep into the crowd. 15, 10, 11, 12 deep. not yet. not yet. big crowd, though. i will say that. i only see white people at that rally. why are your fellow democrats playing the race card this way? that is the lowest form of politics on the world stage, on the national stage. >> it was a decently fair question when you're talking about a candidate in the stadium full of people and you're asking -- >> bernie sanders 20,000 people.
>> it's okay to say, are there black people there. that's a fair question. >> bernie sanders, where are the black people at his -- where is hillary clinton's black crowds? remember are they? >> she does have black crowds at different events. you have to admit that, sean, with what trump is doing and what he is appealing to, that was his crowd in mobile. mobile is only four hours from me, so i know about the mobile crowd. that's what he was appealing to. it's a decently fair question. >> when he says, that's who he is appealing to, you are saying he is appealing to white people. >> hold on. hold up, hold up. i didn't say that. >> you hold on. when you say he is appealing to white people, that's what you're saying. niger. >> i did not say that. those were not my words. >> who has been disproportionally impacted the worst under obama's policies? i see black americans, hispanic americans and minorities in america. >> that's right. what the liberals are really
afraid of is the fact that donald trump could be extremely popular and resonate in black and brown communities. the fact of the matter is black folk under this administration are catching hell. your unemployment rate is double that of whites. actually double that of the national average. places like chicago, baltimore, run by big, liberal democrats. big government democrats are killing fields for young black men. you got 50 million people, nearly 50 million people on public assistance and food stamps. this is a disgrace. >> hold on. >> i want to get into this issue. this is important. >> he's -- let's not play that role. >> if you look at the number of americans in terms of percentage unemployed, in poverty, on food stamps, black americans have been disproportionally impacted by these negative liberal policies. now, as it relates to the race
question, even bill clinton, even he said obama played the race card, and not only that, we'll take a trip down memory lane how democrats play the race card every campaign cycle. let's roll the tape. >> i think they played the race card on me. we now know from m.o.s in the campaign and everything that they planned to do it all along. >> when you don't vote, you let another church explode. when you don't vote, you allow another cross to burn. >> on june 7th, 1998, in texas my father was killed. he was beaten, chained and dragged three miles to his death all because he was black. so when governor george w. bush refused to pass hate crimes legislation it was like my father was killed all over again. >> they are in favor of affirmative action if you can dunk the basketball or sink a three-point shot. but they're not in favor of it
if you merely have the potential to be a leader in your community. don't tell me we've got a color-blind society. >> going to put you all back in chains. >> an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity toward president barack obama is based on the fact that he is a black man. >> niger inis? >> we see this every year. democrats play the race card. so chris matthews playing the race card is no different than any other political's year, is it? >> absolutely. what trump and other republicans cannot do is march to the beat of liberal media establishment and those who play the race card. they cannot go to the typical republican default setting of having private meetings where black lives don't matter. they're never going to be loved by "the new york times." if you want to create a real conservative republican constituency in black and brown
communities, you have to find new leadership. >> here is an interesting thing we can look at. speaking if the hypocrite, the phony chris matthews is so concerned about race issues, he has a colleague at his network. let's look at the history of al sharpt sharpton. >> you ain't nothing. you a punk [ bleep ]. do something. we learned to admire them, but they knew to admire us. we built pyramids before donald trump ever knew what architecture was. you wanna be the only [ bleep ] on television. only [ bleep ] in newspaper. >> should chris matthews, eric guster, be critical of al sharpton for playing the race card considering it's such an important issue to him? >> the important thing that
republicans need to do, they need to start talking to minority candidates and groups and start appealing to them. if a person feels totally ignored by a group like the republican party has ignored so many minorities for so many years, of course they're going to be ignored. that's part of the problem the republicans have. >> that's not the question we're asking. every election season your party, the democratic party, plays the race card. chris matthews did it. here is a montage. he plays the race card nearly every day but he won't criticize his fellow host. watch this. >> up next, what did paul ryan mean when he blamed president obama's victory last month on the urban vote? you like that word? is he blowing the dog whistle again? this thing about getting rid of the work requirement for welfare it's dishonest. you are playing the ethnic card there. you keep saying chicago there, have you noticed? sends the message. helping the poor people in the
bad neighborhoods, screwing us in the burbs. >> the goal is to erase not just obama from the history books but the idea that anybody of his background should think of being president. we can see what they're doing, believing they can't convert the african-american vote, have decided to slaughter it. same-day registration? are you kidding? that's like putting out a welcome mat for african-american voters. >> urban is racist if you say the term "urban." if you talk about a work requ is a dog whistle and racism. do you aprccept that type of rhetoric used by your party? >> part of it is very few. i'll talk about that. when the republican party is going against certain voters' rights, they're trying to block -- >> you mean voter i.d.?
>> they're trying to change districts. trying to re-district. that is part of the problem. trying to block out the black vote. you know that as well as niger knows that. that is what happens. when people are being ostracized by the political process and being pushed out of the political process, then of course they're going to go to the other party. and that's one of the issues -- >> is the word "chicago" racist? is the word "urban" racist? do we count the number of blacks in a crowd of a political candidate? only the republicans, not the democrats. >> that's exactly right. the reason that the liberals are doing it is because they have an abysmally bad record for the black community. black economic wealth has gone down. unemployment has gone up. wages for every ethnic group has gone up. blacks has gone down. the fact is they don't have a record to run on. so what do they run on?
racism. what the republicans have to do -- eric, a point of agreement. i agree that republicans need to engage the black community. but which black community? not black lives matter. there is a black silent majority, a brown silent majority of decent people. those are the folks that republicans need to appeal to. we have to roll. nbc, the network of cheap, race-card tactics, coming up next tonight here on "hannity." >> this is in part manufactured partly by a press that's bored and partly by republicans. here is the deal. she did not break any rules. she did not break policy. >> howard dean shockingly refuels to blame hillary clinton for her private serve ever scandal. later tonight. >> this is not about a right or left issue. this is right or wrong and whether we are going to stand up for those who cannot speak for themselves or whether we're going to turn a blind eye and pretend that this is not
happening. >> utah congress woman mia love gets emotional talking about the videos on planned parenthood. she'll join us to talk about the new videos that have been released as "hannity" continues. has a wake system... and a sleep system? science suggests when you have insomnia, the neurotransmitters in your wake system may be too strong, which may be preventing you from getting the sleep you need. talk to your doctor about ways to manage your insomnia.
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classified. it's well known and the state department and others are trying to get stuff classified after the fact. she can't be blamed for this. i look at this as the usual press frenzy, pack journalism. i think it will go away. i don't think there is any substance to it. >> i'm not sure what news mr. dean is watching. yesterday mike mukasey had a much more reason and smart reaction. >> we're talking about information that went to the secretary of state who is the highest foreign relations officer of the united states. it's inconceivable to me that a great deal of that was not classified. >> it may not impact her personally eventually, if it comes -- if it comes to show that she didn't know what was on the server. to say that the investigation is not of someone personally is ridiculous. the fbi does not investigate machines. it investigates people. and she certainly is one of the people who is being investigated. >> joining us now with rex. democratic strategist john
schoen. >> here is one of the more interesting things to me, jedidiah, when josh earnest said today, the smartest thing that obama ever did was appoint his good friend joe biden. that ought to show that the president's confidence in his ability to take the top job. >> right. >> sounds like obama is pushing biden. >> i am pushing biden. i keep telling people i have a big "run, biden, run" sign over my bed. i feel like hillary feels entitled to this job. like this is hers and no matter what happens she can get away with it. whether it's her emails or benghazi or whatever it is she feels like it's my turn. it might not be your turn. we hear biden might be meeting with elizabeth warren. >> they met. no might. >> somebody leaked that. he could have called elizabeth on the phone. elizabeth, it's joe biden, the vice president. let's talk. no. they made a big deal about the meeting. >> they're worried about her.
democrats are looking and say g saying, this is not a sure thing. >> 30,000 plus show up for trump in alabama. biggest event so far. >> maybe in history. >> obama had a couple big ones. remember the columns? anyway, trump says, it doesn't matter if it's clinton or biden, they're one and the same. >> doesn't matter who the democrat is going to be. trump will end up winning the presidency anyway. he has the message that everybody wants to hear. >> does she survive? >> i don't think so. i think that she will -- >> speaking as a lawyer now? >> speaking as a lawyer. she is clearly in violation of 18 u.s.c. i believe it's 798. no question about it. that's why the fbi is looking at it. the whole nonsense about wiping -- >> 793. >> u. code 2071. she would not only for fit her office but disqualify her from holding any other office. >> 793 is another claim being
brought up. 798 is the willful and intent to provide information and not to have it secured. >> you know, doug, i don't think you've ever been the biggest fan of hillary. >> i've certainly known her for, say, 20-odd years. >> i don't know if she gets out of this. at best she is a mediocre, and i'm being charitable. candidate. she is not a good candidate. she is not warm and energizing. >> that's fine. she gets out of this, given the democratic advantage of the electoral college as michael cohen knows too well. 17 candidates on the republican side, some of whom are ganging up on your boss now. it won't be the worst thing. mike mukasey made it clear, unlikely to be charges if it's shown, as i believe, that there was no personal intent -- >> what do you mean as i believe? no personal intent doesn't matter. >> it does matter. >> after these were subpoenaed she waited two years and she
erased some of them, which we may recover. >> come on. those were personal emails. >> whoa. personal emails? she said she was emailing with bill but bill doesn't email. >> what personal information could she possibly care about so great -- >> yoga and wedding plan. >> 30,000 emails on yoga. >> wbig wedding? >> she has a wedding planner. >> she should not be doing anything on an unsecured server. every government official learns about security and they're given security clearance. she was -- she was -- hold on. she was -- hold on. she was the first lady. she was the governor. senator. and now -- now she is secretary of state. she knows better. >> would mr. trump give me a million dollars if vladimir would sell us the server? >> in a heart beat. >> two million?
i don't know. >> you wanted me to run third party one time. >> still do! >> mr. trump is the ultimate outsider. congress has a 12% approval rating, hate the republicans for their spinelessness. why do you think he could win? >> i don't because i think the republican party elite will fix the process to deny him the nomination. >> if they do there will be hell to pay by the people -- >> are you announcing that there is going to be a trump-hannity ticket? >> no. donald trump is smart enough -- >> will you make a sherman-esque statement? >> no. >> go back to donald and tell him sean is available. >> i'll do it. i'll take one for the team. >> can he win? >> i watched his speech on friday night. we covered is live on fox business. i don't see anybody else on the republican said who can give a speech like that right now. i am not impressed with anyone
else's ability to speak like that. people won't pay attention to your policy unless you say it in a way that's caharismatic. that's what he's doing. i agree that his biggest problem is the republican elite. they want jeb bush. >> how do they fix the system. >> they demand loyalty. they say you must support the ticket, the platform. everything about the republican party. >> there will be such a backlash. >> there would be an outrage across the country. >> sounds like it's unconstitutional to me, to start. >> they make their own rules. they can do what they want. and more important than that, if they do that -- >> what's more important than the constitution? >> nothing. >> exactly. >> if they do that -- when i say more important, if they do that, he will run third party. he already warned them. i just want to be treated fairly. as -- as. >> he said to me. if he's treated fairly, he
doesn't run out of party. >> i tried to get you to run in 2012. here is the thing. as you will find, counsellor, the rules on getting on the ballot third party have been rigged by both parties to make it very, very difficult. >> that's true. >> you had all 50 states. >> we did. the parties did everything they could to tamp down -- >> you're saying by the time trump would make the decision it would be too late. >> precisely. >> that would be a big problem. >> big problem for the united states of america. michael, it's undeniable that trump has the support. >> i think he's great for the system. >> fantastic. >> he is forthright. hopefully it will embolden other republicans to speak freely. >> he is providing what america desperately needs right now. hope, honesty -- a trump election would be great for america. >> he is also making them work. republicans look alive. i watch the debates and i'm
like, what are you trying to do? you think you're going to be able to take on hillary if you don't look alive. now a guy is on the stage forcing them to look alive and to get out there and speak up. good for him for something that. if nothing else. >> except for jeb. he looks like he's still asleep. >> he is not capable of doing it. >> he just doesn't have enthusia enthusiasm. >> i think if you're going to win you need a good media presence and strong conviction and you need to be able to stand on theconvictions. >> the best candidate on the republican side in terms of message and compelling presentation, donald trump. not even close. >> i agree. i'll shake your hand on that. >> thank you all for being with us. coming up next tonight on "hannity." >> this is not about a righter o left issue. this is right or wrong and whether we are going to stand up for those who cannot speak for themselves or just turn a blind eye and pretend that this is not happening. >> mia love gets emotional while talking about the disturbing
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♪ (vo) you can pass down a subaru forester. (dad) she's all yours. (vo) but you get to keep the memories. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. welcome back to "hannity." the center for medical progress recently released another video exposing planned parenthood. this clip features a woman identified as the company of ceo of stem express joking about how they buy fully intact fetuses from planned parenthood. we have to warn you, our viewers, that what you're about to see contains highly graphic information. if the kids are in the room, three, two, one. >> oh, yeah. if you have intact cases, which we've done a lot. we've shipped those to our lab
in its entirety. tell the lab it's coming. >> ha, ha, ha. joining us is croongresswoman m love. this is personal for you. >> have we become so desensitized that we can laugh about killing babies, harvesting body parts to sell like commodities on the street? if this is the reality it's something i'm unwilling to accept. it's absolutely horrific. >> there are also altering abortion procedures. which, by the way, is against the law and of its own heart, to save the hearts and lungs and livers of these children and pull them out intact. i had the head of the center for medical progress on. he suggests that that indicates, and we had the one person that worked there that said the heart was beating when the baby came out and they're cutting into the brain from the face. they're talking about sipping
wine and eating salad and talking about buying lamborghinis, negotiating the prices of the parts. still getting a half and billion dollars a year from the government. >> we need to do what we can to make sure the american people don't forget what's happening. the left and those who want to protect the organization will turn the conversation from killing of babies and shut-downs, health issues, and everything to kind of distort, distract and divide americans into thinking what's actually happening isn't happening. the fact that they are actually taking brain tissue from live babies. these are american babies. >> let me ask you about planned parenthood. for example, hillary clinton got the dr. margaret sanger award. she was a racist. she spoke before clan members. she believed in black eugenics and that black people shouldn't have children. all this is well chronicled and not in dispute.
why would hillary clinton take an award that honors a woman that founded this organization that was so virulently racist? >> well, because there is a difference. you will see the difference between -- between the left and the right. what you'll see is that the left believed that our -- our people are pretty much -- we believe that they're assets that can be developed. or they believe they're liabilities that need to be managed. we believe that human beings have the right to live, that our job is to protect, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. they don't care about these things. here we are. we're accepting the fact that black americans make 12 -- make up 12% of the population yet planned parenthood aborts 78% of minorities in this country. this is an issue that should be something that we're both on the same side of. >> let me ask you. an estimate was out last week, some 13 million black children aborted since '73 and that 79%
of planned parenthood offices are in or near minority communities. do you believe that there is a racial element to this? >> well, again, we make up 12% of the population and, yet, let's look at who they're aborting. this is an issue that the cdc should be taking on as far as i'm concerned. it should be something that, as an organization, if they're going to do everything they can to help the black race, they should be on top of this issue and oppose planned parenthood and the aborting of these babies. >> thank you for speaking on it. we'll watch closely as congress gets back in session. when we come back lieutenant colonel allen west is here to react to the disastrous iranian nuclear deal and much more.
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deal in new york city. joining us is the man himself, president of the national center for policy analysis and fox news contributor, lieutenant colonel allen west. great speech. they get to get conventional weapons and declare that we're satan and they're going to wipe israel off the map. tell me what we got. >> it's good to be with you, sean. we got absolutely nothing. i think the only thing the united states of america gets is an exhibit in president barack obama's library wherever he decides to build it. iran is announced it's producing a short range nuclear missle with a range of 315 miles and this week will finalize a deal with russia to get antimissile
systems which are state of the art making it difficult to attack nuclear sites there. we know abbas is traveling to iraq this week. i think to see how to get funds unfrozen back to iran. we get nothing from this but iran becomes an economic power, a military power. they have said they'll fire weapons at any one, any time, anywhere. >> i have a formula. 1 and 1 equals two. radical islamic mullas who say they want to destroy israel and america equals a holocaust. is that a likely conclusion? why would this president allow this to happen? >> you're very correct. you can go back to 1936-1939 and see what happened when the western powers said they were
avoiding war but they sat back and allowed nazi germany to become an economic and military power. hitler demanded to take the land. he said he wanted to take ethnic germans, then, he took it and proved any time weak nations go into agreement with belligerent strong nations led by dictators, weak nations will lose and war is imminent. >> obama has pretty much rigged it. he's going to veto. override a veto. we won't be able to override his veto in the end, right? >> we should have allowed this to be treated as a treaty. therefore, it would have been on
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