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child. >> dana: i love that story. and we have extra time. never miss an episode of "the five." listen to our podcast. all sorts of things. "hannity" is up next. >> hannity: thanks for our friends on the five. this is a fox news alert, breaking news in the aftermath of the brutal terror attack in manchester, england, that has killed over 20 people, including children and injuring thousands more. the u.k. has now raised its terror threat level to critical. dr. sebastian gorka, monica crowley, john solomon, michelle malkin, sara carter all join us with reaction. also in a minute, a very important message for you, my audience. president trump is finally confronting evil in our time. head-on with moral clarity in the fight to defeat radical islamic terrorism. american leadership is now needed more than ever.
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that is tonight very important monologue. what we saw take place last night in manchester, england, it's a definition of pure evil in our time. isis is now claiming responsibility after a suicide bomber targeted in ariana grande concert full of children and teenagers. an 8-year-old girl is among the victims lost in this evil barbaric terrorist attack. witnesses are saying that the explosion sprayed bolts and other metal pieces, likely intended to cause the maximum amount of destruction and death. tonight, america and the world faces they twice. we can roll over, appease to this evil ideologies that even targets innocent people like young women and children or we can draw a line in the sand and fight back against this evil in our time and defeat this cancer.
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it radical islamic terrorism. it once and for all. president trump has made his choice. he's no longer willing to stand by in face of terror. instead, he's calling on the world of good people to come together and fight back. she addressed this act of terrorism from manchester. watch this. >> so many young, beautiful people living and enjoying their lives -- murdered by evil losers. in life. i will call the monsters because they would like that term. they would think that's a great name. i will call them "wow from now on "losers" because that's what they are. they are losers. and we will have more of them but they are losers.
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just remember that. >> sean: in saudi arabia president trump gave a historic speech. no apologies, no political correctness. president trump leading from the front. what's really at stake. this is a battle between good and evil. watch these powerful words. >> is a choice between two futures. it's a choice america cannot make you. a better future is only possible if you are drive out the terrace and drive out the extremists. drive them out. drive them out. a few places of worship. drive them out of your communities. of your holy land. and drive them out of this eart earth. muslim nations must be willing
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to take on the burden if we are going to defeat terrorism and take its wicked ideologies into oblivion. the first tasks in this joint effort is for your nations to deny all territory for foot soldiers of evil. terrorists should find no sanctuary on your soil. president trump said that in saudi arabia. >> sean: before what happened in manchester. the president is now using principled realism. rooted in partnership. not perfection as he said. he wasn't lecturing or talking down to these nations. they are not easily going to change the way they do things. in front of 50 arab leaders, he's calling on them to eradicate at the foot soldiers of evil. he's asking the arab world to step up and do its part and to
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come together and unite around a common goal. to defeat isis and radical islamic terrorism. evil and our time. that's now needed more than eve ever. also tonight, the unsolved murder of former dnc staffer seth rich continues to get attention. i totally and completely understand how upset and how hard this is on this family, especially over the recent coverage of seth's death. i've been communicating with them. i got a very heartfelt note. i also sent them a heartfelt note back. i reached out personally today to his brother, aaron. i expressed my condolences over how hard and how difficult this has been for him and his family. as i told aaron, my heart and soul and prayers -- everything goes out to them in this very difficult time. i am a father.
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i don't think i would ever recover from losing a child or a brother. i honestly don't think i would. i cannot imagine the pain that they are in. as a father, when i saw the video of the parents online saying they want answers -- i know the brother aaron started a go fund me page, it truly pained me. however, out of respect from the family's wishes for now -- i am not discussing this matter at this time. let me explain this. there are so many issues here. not the least of which is the democratic push of their russian narrative, collusion, trump- trump-russia narrative. the destroy-trump-media and democrats, they have been pushing that tinfoil hat conspiracy with zero evidence. for example, on capitol hill today, john brennan was asked
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about russian collusion. take a look. >> i encountered and am aware of intelligence that revealed contacts and interactions between russian officials and u.s. persons involved in the trump campaign -- that i was concerned about because of known russian efforts and it raised questions in my mind, whether again the russians were able to gain the cooperation of those individuals. i don't know whether or not such collusion existed. i don't know. but i know there was a sufficient basis of information and intelligence that required further investigation by the bureau to determine whether or not u.s. persons were actively conspiring and colluding with russian officials. >> sean: you remember back in march, on "meet the press" ,"
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james clapper -- he also said no evidence of russian collusion. watch this. >> we did not include any evidence in our report -- when i say "our" ," cia, fbi, directorf national intelligence, nsa, that had any reflection of collusion between members of the trump campaign -- that was not included in our report. >> reporter: i understand that, but does it exist? >> not to my knowledge. >> sean: he has been changing his tune about what he said in march but he's not the only person who has come forward and admitted that there was zero evidence. zero evidence of collusion. yet, they keep pushing this narrative in the destroy-trump-media. listen to the top democratic lawmakers. they are saying there's no evidence. watch this.
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>> have you seen anything that suggests any collusion between the russians and the trump campaign? >> well, there's an awful lot of smoke there. let's put it that way. people that said they were involved, to what extent, to what extent the president might have known -- there is nothing there from that standpoint that we have seen directly linking our president and any of that. >> last time we spoke, senator, i asked if you had actually seen evidence of collusion between the trump campaign and the russians and you said to me not at this time. has anything changed since we spoke last? >> no, it hasn't. >> just to be clear, there have been no actual evidence yet. >> no, it has not. >> sean: democrats admitting they have seen no evidence whatsoever -- back in january while testifying under oath, james clapper also said no
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evidence that russia affected the actual vote tallies. his words, not mine. >> first, we cannot say they changed any vote tallies or anything of that sort. we had no way of gauging the impact that certainly the intelligence community can gauge the impact. >> sean: there's no evidence of collusion. nothing to suggest actual votes were changed. these facts have not stopped the destroy-trump-media night after night after night. they have been pushing this tinfoil hat conspiracy theory. it is beyond shameful. it is not rooted in fact. no evidence. no votes impacted. i am not the one saying it. you just heard it for yourself. take a look. >> wouldn't it be nice if it was just completely, totally,
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absolutely impossible -- to suspect that vladimir putin orchestrated what happened in syria this week? so that his friend in the white house could have a big night with missiles and all of the praise he has picked up over the last 24 hours? when when you be so nice if youn in your wildest dreams imagine a scenario like this was to mark >> this keeps building and you wonder if trump himself is worried if he's swirling around under the covers? >> potential links between individuals with the trump campaign and the russian government. >> what it means is that a federal judge found that people in trump's organization were colluding with the russian government. >> sean: node votes changed. the destroy-trump-media has completely misrepresented the
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facts. i want to say this to you, my loyal audience, please do not interpret what i am saying tonight to mean anything -- don't read into this. i promise you, i am not going to stop doing my job. to the extent of my ability, i'm not going to stop trying to find the truth. that's what we do here every single day. that effort. that's not stopping in any way, shape, matter or form. i'm continuing the work that i promise to do every day for you and at the proper time, we shall continue and talk a lot more. as for my job here at the fox news channel, there is an effort to silence me. media is attacking my advertising base. that's what we have called liberal fascism. attack, boycott, all in an effort to silence conservatives. i serve at the pleasure of the fox news channel. i'm here to do my job every
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night. i'm under contract as long as they seem to want me. coming up, sebastian gorka will weigh in on the terror attack targeting children in manchester. at monica crowley and jay sekulow will weigh in and later, an explosive investigation report by circuit news sara carter and john solomon about how the obama administration violated your privacy rights for years and only revealed what was happening just days before donald trump was elected. they will break that news in a disturbing new report with details, right v here me a care. (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,
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>> so many young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives -- murdered by evil losers in life. i won't call them monsters because they would like that term. >> sean: that was president trump earlier today talking about the terror attack on innocent civilians, young people, during a concert in manchester, england, last night. the present is still on his overseas trip. joining us now with reaction, sebastian gorka. good to see you.
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first, your reaction to that and in a saudi arabia on saturday. >> good evening, sean. the language the president used is incredibly important. he called them evil losers. why? this is a war with evil. these people aren't unemployed or suffering political disenfranchisement. this is evil walking the earth that must be obliterated. secondly, he said they are not going to call them monsters. monsters are frightening. these people are cowards. nothing less. evil cowards. as the president said, they will be obliterated. >> sean: let me go to what i played in the last block, dr. gorka, this is by far the single defining speech by an american president addressing evil in our time.
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we lost 100 million souls in the last century. the gulags, stolen, nazism, fascism. the killing fields in cambodia. 100 million souls. >> a better future is only possible if your nations drive out the terrorists. and drive out the extremists. try them out. drive them out. some of the most powerful language identifying evil in our time. drive them out. extraordinarily powerful. i know the trump-russia conspiracy, the destroy-trump-media -- that's all they have been focused on. but they missed one of the greatest american moments and 5h the president that have ever occurred in history. >> the president made history. not only the first sitting
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president to go to the western wall, this is the man who rekindled and channeled ronald reagan's evil empire speech. the 20th century was the story of evil ideology threatening the whole of western civilization. it took america defeat them. we defeated with our friends and allies the nazis, and thanks to margaret thatcher, john paul ii, ronald reagan, the soviet union. the key moment was in 1987 when the president said tear down this wall, mr. gorbachev. the president today went into the heart of this region and went to the land of mecca and medina and said we have a problem. you have to help us. get the terrorists out of your place of work to.
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out of your community. we are not going to solve your problems for you. we face an evil threat that killed 8-year-old girls at pop concerts. leadership is back and we will defeat this threat just as we defeated the nazis and soviet union. >> sean: i love when he said terrorists do not worship god, they worshiped death. what was so evil about manchester -- by the way, when i interviewed benjamin netanyahu, he said he talked about the great satan is america. the little satan is israel. i talked about what they have experienced. and he warned that this is a preview of coming attractions. we have seen in san bernardino, fort hood, the boston bombing, pulls nightclub. if we don't get a hold of this, we are talking about the potential of so many more people dying. if iran gets a nuclear weapon, i
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shudder to think of the human catastrophe that could take place. i don't think the left in this country understands as they fight the president on vetting of people that come from cultures that class with ours, class with civilization and grow up under sharia, that persecutes women and children, gays and lesbians, christians and jews, why don't they get it? >> they are literally of the canaries in the coal mine. it starts with the jews but it never ends with the jews. just as in the death camps during the nazi horrors of world war ii. the fact is, what israel has been suffering for decades it's only now being appreciated by people around the world who are not jewish.
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why the messed up understanding? because they see us as the problem. why was there an apology tour? why was the muslim brotherhood in the front row? they denied reality. they said it's about economics and lack of education. no. it's about totalitarianism. that's the threat to america. >> sean: dr. gorka, we have an opportunity to create an alliance that is unprecedented. the jordanians, emirates, egyptians, israelis, saudis. but they have to step up. when we come back, more reaction to the horrific terror attack in manchester. monica crowley nj secular here. sara carter and john solomon with an explosive new report about how the obama administration violated your privacy rights for years and only revealed what was happening just days before president trump was elected. they will be here with breaking
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details and also tonight... >> i repeat again that we must drive out the terrorists and the extremists from our midst. obliterate this evil ideology. >> sean: in the wake of yesterday's deadly terrorist attack in manchester, michelle malkin will weigh in tonight. he talks to planes. watch this. hey watson, what's avionics telling you? maintenance records and performance data suggest replacing capacitor c4. not bad. what's with the coffee maker? sorry. we are not on speaking terms. and the wolf huffed like you do sometimes, grandpa? well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe.
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>> i intend to do everything i can to help them achieve that goal. president mahmoud abbas has assured me he is ready to work towards that goal in good faith and prime minister netanyahu has promised the same. >> we here at fox news will take you live to the vatican with the president visits early tomorrow morning, and a couple of hours. now back to "hannity." >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." as we began getting initial information on the tragic terror attack in manchester, they all left media seemed reluctant to admit it could be terror-related. instead, they warned their audiences about racing to conclusions. over on msnbc, rachel maddow was telling her viewers that in a singular case, initial reports were conflicting or did not bear out over time. then you had anderson cooper say there's probably more we don't know. by the way, we should all be reasonable.
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joining us with reaction, jay sekulow, who has done legal work for me in the past. and monica crowley. yeah, i think we should be cost us but i think the overwhelming mass majority at times, it turns out well to be terror, doesn't it? it does and this president has changed the paradigm. when you have a situation, you start with the proposition -- u.k. authorities did. if it's not tara, prove that it's not, okay. it's all horrible regardless. they had all the hallmarks of an isis attack. seeking out the targets. soft targets. the difference here was the nature of the explosion, if it was one explosion. one device, it was a device that
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created a tremendous amount of carnage. that shows a level of sophistication. paul bomb makers. my thoughts and prayers and condolences to the families that are suffering even today. >> sean: you can't say it enough. it's so painful. i have a daughter. you know? and her friends. girls like ariana grande. they love taylor swift. they want to go to concerts. now we have to think, oh, there's going to be an extremist with shrapnel bombs. if god forbid that i actually got inside the stadium? i shudder to think of the misery and evil. >> this is the reality in which we live. we have been living with this reality in the united states, particularly in the west, since 9/11 but even before that. osama bin laden declared war on the united states in the 1990s and here we are. this is our reality.
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fortunately we have leadership that understands her to nature. and is willing to fight it. the u.s. military doesn't have to go through all of these bureaucratic nightmare and channels in order to get the okay to bomb isa sites for example. sites in afghanistan, the enemy sites across the middle east and across the world where we know the enemy is launching attacks and staging recruiting -- we finally have an american commander-in-chief committed to the fight and understands the true nature of the enemy and is willing to tell the truth about it. >> sean: jay, i have to keep going back to these words. drive them out. this is a battle between good and evil. for all the time bibi netanyahu has been the lone adult with moral clarity on the world stage -- has a partner.
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i was also impressed with the british prime minister, theresa may, and her handling of this. and her statement. i see an emerging potential for a coalition no one ever dreamed of before. your thoughts? >> i think you are right. in england, the threat level they've raised to imminent. that's the highest of highest levels. there's another aspect of what the president said here that so critical. not only did he say drive them out, he gave specific places where you have to drive them out. your houses of worship, inside the mosque. from your communities. when you are in your communities and someone is doing something inappropriate. having discussions that show radicalization, call them out. get them out of your talents. get them off the earth. this is the approach you have to take. the policing has to start within the community. >> sean: you wrote one of the
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first books on isis, jay. sebastian gorka and others -- monica, what do you say? >> this is the global jihad. this is not a big mystery. the clips you were talking about from some on the left in the media last night, they i underd you want to be cautious covering breaking news but to think this is a mystery, for everyone to come out and say i'm shocked and surprised -- of course this is a horrific tragedy. we are in an existential war. they make no qualms about telling us who they are and what they intend to do. we choose in the west not to listen and not to believe them. >> sean: some don't believe it it. nigel faraj told me today that i've been trying to tell you. he said please listen. he loves america.
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as a brit. >> it's across western europe. we have experienced a number of tragic mass casualty attacks. thankfully we have leadership that's willing to take the fight to the enemy and call it what it is. >> sean: and investigative report, sara carter and john solomon, a major breaking story tonight about how the obama administration has violated your privacy rights. they will explain. and also tonight... >> i repeat again, we must drive out the terrorists and the extremist from our midst. obliterate this evil ideology. >> sean: the president stays strong today in jerusalem. especially in the wake of yesterday's deadly terror attack in manchester. michelle malkin is here to weigh in tonight.
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." john brennan testified on capitol hill earlier today as part of the investigation into whether russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election. this comes as a new explosive report by surkin news john solomon and sara carter. how and obama intelligence agency violated americans intelligence
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privacy. today during his congressional testimony, john brennan had this to say about whether or not he personally requested to have americans names unmasked. >> we are talking about prohibitions that you place on yourself, with respect to identifying u.s. persons as part of our surveillance program. you just cited some of the very important reasons that we do that. i would assume there is a process, a protocol under which the intelligence community goes through -- if they seek to unmask a u.s. person. have you ever requested that a u.s. person's name be unmasked? >> yes, i have. >> sean: joining us from circa news, sara carter and john solomon. sara, let's start with you. a lot more to come tomorrow as i
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understand it. >> yes, yes. sean, what we know is this. we just broke the story yesterday. the cia is the largest consumer of unmasking americans of any agency that we know right now. we can't give you exact numbers because those are classified. we know that the majority of unmasking of americans comes from the cia. what's even more interesting is that under the cia's own purview, since 1947 -- air charter is not the spy on americans. the question is, why are they doing this? what are they looking at and for what purposes? what john and i are also breaking is the fact that we know that the nsa under obama violated the privacy protection when they were searching the databases at the nsa. nobody knew this until we were able to get our hands on these
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documents, from the fish court. he actually admitted to the courts that they'd been in violation of these rules and they were actually chastised by the court. severely chastised, saying they were violating the fourth movement rights of americans. i think these are to go very serious issues. >> sean: i want you to juxtapose this, john, her our audience, the increase in surveillance that you saw in this election cycle. i first interviewed at sea pack. this recent one started and what you saw in terms of surveillance? unmasking? the percentage of increase? i think i got it wrong in a recent report. over 350%. connected to what sarah just explained to our audience. >> you said a couple weeks ago that we were peeling back and
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onion. that's exactly what we're doing. the espionage -- that they look at donald trump associates and members of congress. then we reported that the number of unmasking tripled. 300% increased in tonight for the first time, we can say confidently that there has been a finding that some of that espionage, spying on americans actually violated the law. the court concluded that it violated the fourth amendment protection against search and seizure. when susan rice -- it's all now tell yes, we violated these rules and they disposed that just before trump was elected president. we will have to find out why they did it then. >> sean: this is so important. we see a dramatic increase in surveillance, unmasking, we know
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intelligent leaking has occurred. we have john brennan saint unmasking occurred. with the american people really need to know and sara, i will throw this to you. we need to know if this government under the guise of using national security used the weaponry of our intelligence agencies to spy, unmasked political opponents in an election cycle and how deep does it go? and how high up does it go? does that make sense? >> yeah, it does make sense. i think we have enough evidence we've been able to present through our numerous market numerous stories to suggest that somebody needs to look into thi. all these documents are highly classified. if anyone was to leak a report like a tech cut or a fisa report they had access to that they
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actually saw, we don't know what they were looking at. we don't know -- we have our suspicions. based on what people have said, that these reports basically had nothing to do with russia or russian collusion but appeared to be very strange on the face reports, we know some of them regarded the president and members of his campaign. if you're looking at that, there's enough suspicion to believe that this could have been used as political espionage. weaponization of intelligence. >> sean: i know this is hard -- give me a little glimpse into what you're going to bring to our audience that this program tomorrow night. >> i think -- >> i -- >> sean: go ahead, john, interrupt your partner. >> stuff they got from the internet, but they incidentally
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collected, 1 out of every 20 times it violated their own rules. the very rules that were set in place to protect privacy and guard against political espionage. >> sean: up next, right here on "hannity." >> we must drive out the terrorists and extremists from our midst. obliterate this evil ideology. >> sean: in the wake of yesterday's deadly a terror attack in manchester, the president says terrorism must be eradicated. we get reaction from michelle malkin. straight ahead. to anticipate is lexus. experience the lexus rx with advanced safety standard. experience amazing. mmmm. mmmm. mmmm... ugh. nothing spoils a moment like heartburn. try new alka-seltzer ultra strength heartburn relief chews. it's fast, powerful relief with no chalky taste.
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>> dozens of innocent people, beautiful young children savagely murdered in this heinous attack upon humanity. i repeat again that we must drive out the terrorists and extremists from our midst. obliterate this evil ideology and protect and defend our citizens and people of the worl world. >> sean: that was the president earlier today in israel talking about the need to combat terrorism, extremism, in light of yesterday and the
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deadly terror attack in manchester, england, there has been renewed support for trump's travel ban here at home. approximately 850 people from the u.k. have traveled to support or fight for jihadist organizations in syria or iraq. about half have returned to the u.k. earlier today, i have mine read... joining us now, michelle malkin. that is inconceivable to me. just like those that are unwilling to that people that grew up in a culture, where men think they have the right to tell women how to trust and they can't drive and they can't leave the country without a man's
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approval or they kill gays and lesbians or they persecute christians and jews. my question to you is, look at england. how we are acting and how the left is reacting to just vetting people. what is your reaction if we want to keep the american people saf safe? >> the lesson we should have learned on september 11th, 2001, is that unfettered worship -- even fetishization of open borders and diversity and political correctness at all cost cost human lives. i have said many times over the years based on all of my reporting on the spread of jihad in america and across the world, political correctness is the handmaiden of islamic terror. you see in the wake of the manchester attack the blind, deaf, dumb to signaler's of the left. so many of them of course trump bashers of america.
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but around the world. the media reaction is not to condemn the monsters responsible of manchester and san bernardino and fort hood and the world trade center bombings of 1993 and the attacks in 2001, on and on and on. they think the existential threat to this world are the people who are calling out the islamic terrorists and who actually want to take the adult preventive measures to stop these things rather than have these virtue signature signaler signaler's -- who respond at the back end. these people are last responders. the only solution they have two islamic terror is lighting candles and switching their twitter avatars. >> sean: this is evil beyond measure. we go through all of these cases. i have a story on here today, mayor de blasio's decision to
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honor the terrorist bomber. you have these extremist anti-semites that speak at these colleges at commencement. there seems to be a missing chip. people are incapable. they are incapable of understanding the magnitude of evil and 100 million souls being destroyed in the last century. and the threat that mankind faces today. they targeted kids below teenage years yesterday. they targeted teenage girls yesterday. they did it with the maximum amount of damage possible as they put all these nails and all these things for maximum carnag carnage. i don't understand -- for the life of me -- how we get called racist because we want to keep people safe. and we just want to note that you are on our side before we let you in. >> yeah, that's right.
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one thing that aggravated me the most about the response yesterday after the manchester attack was this cluelessness about the barbarity of islamic murderers and somehow that yesterday with a new kind of low because women and children were targeted as if we haven't seen that the last 20 years. this is a way that islamic killers have operated for millennia and people need to open their eyes and get woke. >> sean: michelle malkin. a very powerful as always. when we come back, a very important question of the day. we hope you will join us. i want someone that makes it easy to find what i want. gets it. and with their price match, i know i'm getting the best price every time. now i can start relaxing
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if you've got a life, you gotta swiffer >> sean: time for the question of the day. do you agree with president trump we need to drive out extremists. drive them out. wholeheartedly.
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we want your opinion. go to, @seanhannity on twitter. that's all the time we have. thanks for being with us and hopefully we'll see you back here tomorrow night. ♪ >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." last night, at least 22 innocent people were murdered by a suicide bomber in manchester, england. today, president trump commented on the attack during a joint press conference ofco palestinian president mahmoud abbas. >> so many young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life. i will call them, from now on, losers because that's what they are. they're losers. >> tucker: you've seen this before and you know what's going to happen next. unfortunately, our leaders are going to tell us that