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>> mcnuggets. >> love. >> that was weird. >> it's up! >> this is a fox news alert. welcome to "hannity." we're broadcasting from sin city. president trump just finished his rally in iowa. democrats are in total disarray after last night's major within for president run the and for republicans in the georgia sixth district. the left has no idea. they're out of touch with you, the american people, as we have been telling you. we'll also expose the biggest conspiracy theorist in the media. that's tonight in the opening
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monologue. so the special election last night in the georgia sixth district was supposed to be a big, big huge monumental moment for democrats in their effort to resist president donald trump. guess what? like with all the other races, turns out to be a major win for the president and a massive huge disappointment and failure for the democrats. the republican candidate, karen handle, beat jon ossoff from the left. he couldn't even vote in the race. why? he doesn't live in the district. the democrats spent over $30 million trying to help ossoff win. it was the most expensive race in history and they came up short. and the democrats would have been better served if they dig a giant hole and threw their money in or maybe set it on fire. it was a total waste of time.
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here's why. democrats have zip, nothing to offer to you, the american people. they're out of touch with you and their ideas are old, tired. every single thing they tried has failed because they always believe more government is always the solution for all of our problems. remember president reagan said, government is the problem. take a look at obamacare. that train wreck is imploding before your eyes. you keep your doctor, you keep your plan and save $2,500 a year? the average increase is over six and $8,000. and watch this. >> we will never be intimidated by the dishonest media corporations that will say anything and do anything to get people to watch their screens or to get people to buy their
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failing papers. they thought they were going to win last night in atlanta. they thought they were going to win. and they've been unbelievably nasty, really nasty, and they thoughts -- they spend close to $30 million on this kid who forgot to live in the community that he was in. they raised a fortune for him, fought like hell. said they would win. all of the television networks other than fox who has treated us fairly, by the way, they built these studios, cnn -- [booing]. >> hey, the camera just went off. i can't imagine why. this phony nbc television
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netwo network, they actually had one of the people say, you know? it was a little rainy last night. maybe that was the difference. if she had lost, they would have been there for weeks talking about this. this would have been the greatest defeat in the history of american politics. when she won, they said projected is karen handle. they said we switch to another program, right? it was so short. they couldn't get out of there fast enough. >> i'm glad i don't work at cnn, the clinton news network or nbc, the conspiracy news network. this is off the hook and out of control. last night, remember, they were
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expecting a big victory. results rolling in from the race in georgia. president trump mentioned this at the rally. rachel maddow puts on her conspiracy wires. you can't make this stuff up. take a look. >> if there was a turnout effect from the bad weather today in the district, does that have any partisan implications that you could foresee for same-day election day voting? >> yeah. >> see the weather kept the democrats home. i cannot go by without maddow floating a russian conspiracy theory. and there's zero evidence of trump russia collusion.
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it's been a farce, a total fabrication, 11 months of lies and conspiracies made up from people like maddow. today maddow was at it again whipping up a new crack pot theory and talking about money laundering and even vladimir putin made it into the mix. you cannot make this stuff up. apparently she can at nbc news. take a look. >> if this new reporting from tim o'brien proves out about russian money pouring into trump probability and coming in from sources close to putin, if that reporting proves out, then the question of why that happened. why was money connected to putin pouring into trump projects. why did they do that? >> key words, if this proves out. then she goes to why would they do that? if you have been watching this show that example is nothing compared to the other unhinged
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completely insane things that nbc and maddow are saying night after night, day after day. here's a couple of her craziest trump russia conspiracy theories. you'll love this. take a look. >> last week, reuters reported on 18 new previously undisclosed contact between the trump campaign and russian officials. u.s. investigators including fbi are looking into a russian citizen in conjunction with one of the citizens on the trump campaign last year. >> maybe he's not as charitable as he says or not under audit. maybe all of the little things are true. that would be interesting. what would change the world is if, you know, russia was interfering in the election and they weren't doing it on their own and he was in on it. you know? the fbi director being fired by the president to try to change or stop an fbi investigation into the president's campaign and his top staffers that is a
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big freaking deal. >> big freaking deal? no. you may remember in 2011, maddow tried to explain away congressman anthony wiener's very graphic and lewd tweet. another conspiracy theory. take a look. >> if the congressman was hacked or pranked, how would that work? what would that look like? the daily coast writer looks at the twitter account more closely. judging from the pixelization of the injuries, he concluded that it was a composite saved a number of times saying it was photo shopped. you have to look at the information in this controversial picture, a third, final theory, has to do with the photo sharing service that i talked about earlier. it's not hard to generate a problem that would try every
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possible combination using your twitter name to use the service to post pictures. >> it wasn't a hacking. it was the time that maddow theorized republicans pushing assassinations. take a look. >> and even an assassination is being deposited as a real political attack in the united states. >> last year, she was asked if donald trump is a gateway drug to racism in the gop. let's look at this. >> a lot of people that are critical of donald trump look at donald trump and wonder if he's a gateway drug. if there's something beyond donald trump himself that means a much greater transformation of the republican party into something that is going to be new to mainstream politics.
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>> in the trump media, what you just saw passes for news. hey, tom brokaw, are you proud of nbc news now? i knew the late tim russert. he never liked this type of reporting. how about alex jones last week? should she she interview maddow this week to be fair and balanced? what about matt lauer? does he support these theorys? what about andy lack, the head of nbc? are you okay with this? they're using the distractions to try to stop president trump from keeping his promises and agenda and bringing them forward. we're putting on your screen the key points of the president's agenda.
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democrats and the media have proven they're willing to say and do anything to stop the president from enacting that agenda. enough is enough. here's reaction. fox news contributor, laura ingram. what are you -- >> it's a very interesting pattern on the part of rachel maddow. we need like a body language expert in to reveal what is really going on in her mind. god bless them. >> we don't want to silence her. >> i think she's kind of fun. i think what we see in the country right now, there's people on the far left that are frustrated with the democrat party because the democrats are caught in the middle of their own vortex. some of the democrats want to go far left. they want to go, you know, income redistribution, jack up the tax rates to 67%. and then there's the ones that are struggling in the middle.
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they're in no-man's land. they have tried all the big government programs and they failed. obama had a phenomenal personality and he was able to outdo mccain who was a terrible candidate and mitt romney and he was able to win both times. i submit had a candidate like donald trump really caught fire in 2008 and 2012, barack obama would not have won the presidency and certainly would not have been re-elected. we didn't have that candidate. >> yesterday, the -- >> i loved the faces today on msnbc. passion. >> and cnn. >> great. so upset. >> dnc fund raising in a free fall. senator chris murphy of connecticut saying his constituents said "they don't give a damn about russia-gate."
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and joy behar says trump hating is not working. >> what they saw in georgia, south carolina, the margins could have been bigger for the republicans had they embraced trump in a more profound way. karen handle should have campaigned with trump and defied congress. i'm coming to two and we're going to get two pieces of legislation on the president's desk. she was playing cutesy with trump. she had the behind closed door. she was scared by the chamber of commerce that came in with a lot of money. she was scared. the chamber was like play it easy on trump, this shows us that trump up from is much more popular than the congress today that is resisting still his agenda. he was in iowa. phenomenal speech, which reminds us we we won him on the road. rallied the people against the democrats and the republican party. he can set this country on fire
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in a good way a positive way. >> freedom caucus members will be here later on. stop with the vacations. get your work done. the congress is not keeping up with the speed of trump. stop with the 30-day vacations. >> the august recess -- that time has come and gone. it's one thing if you have 4% economic growth and hitting it out of the park. the approval rating is 18%. trump is 36%. trump is double where congress is today. meadows, the guys of the freedom caucus, the good guys, i agree with them on most issues but we have to face facts. they don't have the votes for a clean repeal of obamacare. >> they know that. >> they know that. mcconnell and ryan have to go to trump and say this is what we can pass. we've done everything we can, turned over every rock. can you sign it? donald trump will make a decision. it has -- >> what about mike lee, ted
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cruz? >> they have to be on it. if they do nothing, it's like hang it up. hang up the shoes. let some real legislators do it. seven years later, we're all tired of this game. they're going to the think tanks and aei and saying we're the master budget negotiators. no, you're not. you're not an expert at anything except hot air. >> if they want to win in 2018 -- we have neil gorsuch. >> i don't know. i wasn't impressed with his first opinion. >> we'll see. >> a little long winded in my taste. he's trying to be scalia. we'll see. i'm sorry. >> of course, we talk russian on the program. >> it's the republican -- >> this is not msnbc. >> i speak russian. i'm part of the conspiracy. >> when is the last time you've been there? >> a few years ago. >> if they don't have 300 miles
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of the wall, if they don't have obamacare repeal and replaced and the tax cuts in place for the middle class, corporate america, if they don't have energy independence, they're risking losing everything. true or false? >> absolutely. i think at that point the democrats go in for the kill. they have no agenda, but they can say, look, at least we were passing stuff. at least we were trying to pass stuff. we'll fix what we screwed up. these people are in the majority and they can't get the ball across the finish line. they can't even punt at 40 yards. no two-point conversion. they have to start delivering for the american people. we have good servants on capitol hill. mitch mcconnell is a master of all the procedure. he's got to stop with the criticizing trump every time. i'm sick of hearing what a great prosecutor bob mueller is. i'm sick of hearing them give
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cover to bob mueller. they should say we'll see where this goes. bob mueller -- last time i checked, he didn't turn water into wine. he's not mr. perfection, bob mueller, but they make him out to be mother theresa. >> he has a nice edge tonight. >> when i'm in person -- >> my radio show is about to start. >> yeah, in a couple hours. thanks. great to see you. >> a great moderate candidate. i'm going to get my tin foil -- >> they're saying, president trump has not produced healthcare. you've not been there for five months. >> that was the president early tonight in iowa. kellyanne conway will join us next. also, jay sekula will be here. that and much more from sin city, u.s.a., washington d.c.
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>> you're watching, they're saying. trump has not produced health care. you've not been there for five months. if you remember, during the clinton period, they worked for years and years and years and
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never got healthcare. obamacare is a disaster. it's over. there's nothing to compare what we're doing. if we went and got the single greatest healthcare plan in the history of the world, we would not get one democrat vote. because they're obstructionists. i hope we're going to surprise you with a really good plan. i've been talking about a plan with heart. i said add some money to it. a plan with heart. >> that was the president earlier tonight, cedar rapids, iowa talking about the gop healthcare plan. here's kellyanne conway. so good to see you. >> great to see you on set. >> by the way, you know what it says here? number 1 best host, mr. tucker carlson. really? thanks for the invitation. >> that's at 8:00 p.m. you're the best at 10:00 p.m. >> health care comes out in the senate tomorrow.
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the president has been here five months. making progress. a lot of conservatives are getting antsy. the congress is slow paced, like me. donald trump is a disrupter, a businessman. they're used to negotiating and doing things quickly. donald trump has proven particularly through these special elections, this isn't just a referendum or his agenda. this is a reaffirmation that many americans are watching what he's doing, getting healthcare through the house and getting it through the senate. creating jobs. look how the markets have reacted to president trump. the stock market. the nasdaq, the dow jones. the s&p. the $4 trillion in wealth that has been created. people are spending their money again. they'll be confident when they see their healthcare plan. people know that obamacare is broken. what leader mcconnell and the senate have done, he's putting
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together a plan that he knows rips out obamacare, branch and road. let's remind people why this is being done. this is not being done to keep a campaign promise. we're all imperative to the millions that thought they would get better healthcare through obamacare and who have been left behind. i sat in a listening session with a number of them in the white house. they tell their stories. >> it's heart breaking. >> they get the insurance card and the governor considers them insured. they can't use it. another day, just today, another, anthem inc. said they're out of two more states. >> this is donald trump's contract with the american voter. pan in. here's what's important about this. i was thinking about this with the noise, the hatred, the plays, the isis poses and the insanity. to me, the president and the
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republicans, if they go along with him, they'll be judged on their success. what they delivered in terms of jobs, the economy, energy, education. your so into opioid addiction and prevention. all the noise and conspiracy theories aren't going to matter if he delivers and if he's successful. >> i used to say what americans are told is important to them. i see it as he's president. the media and the democrats have this russian concussion and they have lost muscle memory to function in any of their way to talk about anything he's doing. that doesn't mean that people don't see it. we hear from people every day that say we're praying for you, keep going. they see the job creation. they see the investment that american companies are taking off the shelf. they know that he's trying to protect the american worker and the american jobs. keep the factories open here. this is -- this is tech week.
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there's a 90% chance of getting employed with an apprenticeship program. the carpenters, the hair dresser, the backbone of the economy. people want to know their president respects all type of work. >> i know you don't want to -- i'm so offended at the people that mueller has hired. at clinton's former attorney. obama donors. hillary donors. here's the question. when the president goes directly to the american people, none of that matters to any of them. >> people are not talking about russia. you have the democrats talking about russia. you have donald trump and the republicans talking about america. i'll take america talk any day over russia take. >> that was in the sixth district. >> that was the sixth district where people tune out the noise and focus on the noise. it's the difference of hypothetical and possible and versus what is real and tangible
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and in front of you. they open up their 401(k)s. they go to the local communities, main street to do their shopping. the small business owners are saying i can hire one more person or provide my employees benefits or expand my operation or stay in business. what about the aspiring entrepreneurs that never had a chance against the taxation and regulation the last eight to ten years? they're happy. they feel like their version of the american dream -- >> bringing back the multinational corpation dollars, the -- >> sean, what if the small business owners get a 15% tax bracket? people nose taxes are coming, the spending, happy about infrastructure. it would be great for the democrats to say hey, air traffic control. great idea. we know that they said resistance. the voters agreed. >> resistance. >> absolutely. the democrats are in a world of hurt. they have nancy pelosi representing a district that 86% for hillary and obama.
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come on. >> great to see you. when we come back tonight on this busy breaking news night here in d.c., sin city on hannity. >> from the time i got in, i said oh, this is going to be great. finally we're going to all come together. they hit me harder and harder. they now learned that that doesn't work. >> president trump calling out democrats at a rally in iowa. jay sekulow with more. we'll check in with freedom caucus members mark meadows, jim jordan and geraldo rivera straight ahead. like heartburn. try new alka-seltzer ultra strength heartburn relief chews. it's fast, powerful relief with no chalky taste. [ sings high note ] ultra strength, new from alka-seltzer. enjoy the relief. garden weeds are scoundrels. with roundup precision gel®, you can banish them without harming plants nearby. so draw the line. give the stick one click, touch the leaves
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>> the geniuses were saying this morning, you know, from the time he announced on june 16th two years ago, they've been hitting the hell out of him. hillary took almost all negative ads. the problem was, when people went to vote that i didn't know
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what she stood for other than she was saying bad things about me. so from the time i announced, i've been hit, hit, hit. from the time i got in, i said oh, this is going to be great. finally we're going to all come together. they hit me harder, harder. they learned i think that that doesn't work. >> sean: apparently not. the president from earlier tonight taking a shot at the democrats very negative political strategy. no vision. will the left stop trashing the administration? jay sekulow is with us, an tern for the president. >> hi, sean. >> sean: that's so true. that's georgia six. but what bothers me, okay, we go from one investigation, russia collusion and move on to oh, okay, that didn't work. let's try obstruction. the same guy that comey set it up, leaks information to "the new york times" to get a special
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counsel. the guy that recommended to comey, to trump that he fire comey, now gets comey's bff and hires all these people that donate to obama clinton. so what do we know? >> what is the one piece of evidence in this case? james comey leaked force that he got on a meeting with the president of the united states. a meeting with the president of the united states. he's taking notes. he puts the notes in after he gets into his car and writing these notes down. he puts them into his government car, his government computer, into his government desk that he leaked to his friend at columbia. illegal. if there wasn't an investigation going on right now, it should be james comey. it should be. here's the reality. the only thing that we know, you've had all of these congressmen -- >> all of the investigators are bffs? >> that investigation is independent of this. so that investigation could go
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on within the context of the department of justice -- >> have we investigated loretta lynch while we're at it? >> here's -- it's not double standard to call it a double standard. as these multiple investigations are going on, what do we know? you've had all these congressman, all the hitters, right, left, center we haven't seen evidence of this, haven't seen evidence of that. we don't know. there's no smoking gun. they've been doing this for ten months. we're acting like this is taking place in a vacuum. this has been going on almost a year. >> sean: do you have any doubt of the clinton foundation pay to play, 20% sign off by her or michael flynn, the violation of the espionage act, aren't they all felonies?
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you have any doubt? >> no question. here's the thing that made no sense on this. of course, you left out best one, which is the president of the united states, former president of the united states, bill clinton meeting on the tarmac with loretta lynch. >> sean: obstruction of justice it wasn't an investigation. it was a matter. >> they will change the classification when it suiting their narrative. james comey suffers from selective disclosure. >> sean: last question. is the president going to get rid of obama holdovers, the selective leakers that are trying to hurt him every day? do they go? >> they have to go. the reality is -- we've gone past the security leaks. remember the beginning of the year, we dealt with all of the leaks. that got lost in all of this. at the beginning of this was the problem of classified information being leaked to newspapers, to reporters. that is a crime.
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that's -- >> sean: these leaks are coming from mueller, the special counsel. >> well, you have -- >> sean: anonymous sources. >> not even anonymous. anonymous sources from who? the president uses the phrase "witch hunt." that's not even fire. >> sean: good line. he needs to recuse himself. mueller, get out. there's too many conflicts of interest. if you have any respect for the law, go. same thing. rosenstein, out. if you have respect for the law recuse yourself. should lawmakers forego their august recess? keep up with the president. we'll ask mark meadows. that's straight ahead live from d.c. think your heartburn pill works fast? take the zantac it challenge! zantac works in as little as 30 minutes.
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>> another core principle, those coming to our country must embrace our values and love our people. we cannot let these incredibly rich nations fund radical islamic terror or terrorism of any kind. we cannot let it happen. cannot let it happen.
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>> president trump at his rally in iowa tonight talking about combatting radical islamic terrorism, extreme vetting. here with reaction, sarah carter, geraldo rivera. great to see you in d.c. this has to be a priority, and yet i see judge shopping by the left on extreme vetting and i see the republicans and congress too slow to fund the wall, which is going to be built anyway. >> it's been a lot of time at the u.s. mexico border. i spent a lot of time in afghanistan on the ground with the troops and iraq as well, this is a very significant problem when it comes to vetting. one of the things people don't think about, countries like syria, yemen, libya, they have no functional government. they can't even guarantee that the people that are coming over are the people that they say they are. so this is a problem that we're facing now. we can see this with the acts of violence and terror in europe,
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in the united states. what happened in london recently and today. >> sean: everywhere. >> and in flint michigan. >> sean: geraldo? >> i want to congratulate the president. he invested a lot of prestige and energy in the race. the democrats had a good candidate. they made one error. that he doesn't live in the district he runs in. else that like someone for staten island in queen running. that's why i could predict it so early on. when you talk about immigration, extreme vetting, all of that is very appropriate. he's in iowa right now. the iowa farmers are telling president trump that they cannot harvest their crops. why? they don't have the undocumented mexican workers that they have come to rely on. the president has declared victory --
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>> sean: i love you to death. who said that to the president? what are you talking about? >> there's all kinds of tweet going on, e-mails being exchanged. farmers are suggesting to the president that their crops are dieing in the field because they can't get enough undocumented migrant workers in there. i think that the president should declare victory on the southern border -- >> geraldo -- >> he's cut illegal immigration -- >> geraldo, i get what you're saying there to some extent. the problem with this argument is that we hear this, doing the jobs that americans won't do. i think that for anything, this is just -- this is actually indignified to say that we need mexicans to come over here and pick our crops because we can't find americans to do it. >> in california to iowa and in between they're saying exactly that. the point is the president is more popular certainly with his base and with the american
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people. he has to get past the noise, stick to his agenda. he will have a hard time with the freedom caucus coming up, the 40, 50 guys that didn't support the bill because it was too generous in the house. >> sean: wait a minute -- >> will they support a bill that is more generous -- >> sean: have to roll. love you both. you drive me nuts, geraldo. i don't know how you do it every time. the republican lawmakers that we talked about, should they cancel their recess to work on enacting the president's ambitious agenda? we'll check in with mark meadows, jim jordan. they say yes. i agree with them. paul ryan, watch the next segment. you do all this research on a perfect car, then smash it into a tree. your insurance company raises your rates... maybe you should've done more research on them. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. liberty mutual insurance.
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. >> we're keeping the promises we made to the people of iowa and the people all over our country. we're not going to let the same failed and tired voices in washington keep us from delivering the change you voted for and the change that you deserve. >> sean: that was a lot more from president trump's rally in iowa earlier tonight. from day one, the president has pushed an aggressive agenda. now members of congress are in
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favor of finally cancelling one of their many scheduled vacations. this one in august in order to keep up to speed with donald trump. joining us now, two of the gop lawmakers that favor foregoing the august recess. the freedom caucus chairman mark meadows of north carolina. the former chairman. he got fired. i'm sorry. why do you listen to me? good to see you guys. >> you're an honorary member. >> sean: that's true. okay. first thing. we're not moving as fast as what we want. 152 days. paul ryan said everything would be done in 200 days. no way. why have things slowed down? >> we need to make decisions, sean. we're in to this. the president is working harder than we are. that's part of why we have said, you know, now is the time, americans want results. we want results. it's about making decisions and getting serious about the president's agenda. >> sean: and i'll be honest,
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without the freedom caucus, there's no house healthcare bill. the senate bill is released tomorrow. are you confident it will be something that when you bring it to conference it will be okay? >> we hope so. we think so. obviously senator cruz, senator lee and the conservatives are working hard on it. we plan to, hope to. it's something we told the american people we would get done and we need to get it done. >> sean: you have been outspoken about this entire investigative process. we start out with trump collusion. the democrats, the former intelligence guys say it's not happening. now we're going to obstruction and financial issues? >> they're just trying to divert the attention from the thing that is most important to the american people, sean. they can care less about russia. the real concern about what
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happens to them on main street, about making sure to make their mortgage payments, protect their job. all the things that the president campaigned on, building a border wall, which is critically important. we have to get those things done, this is a distraction that we can't afford to let happen. >> we think it's time to investigate the investigators. >> sean: hold that down. it's true. there's so much -- there's so much unethical behavior here. >> james comey misled the american people twice. first at loretta lynch. clinton was under investigation. call it a matter. he did it willfully and intentionally. this year he furthers the perception that president trump is under investigation and he's not. twice the american justice department misled the american people. >> were they supposed to meet on the tarmac? sarah carter said she --
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>> we passed a resolution in the house calling for a special investigation on the irs investigation. comey said no. the lead investigator was a maxed out contributor to obama's re-election campaign. several people called for a counsel in the clinton e-mail investigation. they said no. when it's about james comey, someone in the justice department? oh, my goodness. >> we get serious about it. >> yeah. >> the other interesting aspect is the only thing that didn't leak is the fact that president trump was not under investigation. >> i want to go back to the agenda. this is important. i agree. invest great the investigators. that needs to happen immediately. can congress step in on that? >> it's time for hearings on that issue. >> sean: all right. so the president got his supreme court justice. rolled back obama regulations. that will help on energy. if the republicans want 2018 to
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be free and clear for them, they have to have obamacare completed, repealed and replaced. they have to have his economic agenda with 15% corporate tax, middle class tax cuts. jump start the economy. get these people out of poverty, off of food stamps and back to work. energy independent will create millions of jobs. you know what that is like in both your states. >> it is. the immigration issue. building the wall. >> people have to see 200 miles of that wall. >> they want to see it. >> and solar panels. >> when the president turns over that first clod of dirt and starts to build it, they will say finally washington d.c. swamp is about to drain. >> sean: okay. where is the leadership with you guys? when you first proposed, oh, let's stay through august, i saw some reluctance and resistance. >> we had a conference today. some of the rank and file members were talking, if this is going to happen, let's plan -- >> sean: what did ryan say?
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>> the leadership didn't weigh-in. >> more and more of our colleagues are saying, you know what? let's get this stuff done. if we need the extra time to do tax reform, let's get it done. we need to pass the budget. that unlocks everything. >> sean: i'm going to put on my website those people willing to stay and those that are not. >> make sure the two of us are willing to stay. >> i'm an honorary member of the freedom caucus. in case you didn't know. thanks, guys. >> great to be with you. >> sean: when we come back, an important question of the day. we continue "hannity" tonight from d.c. straight ahead. 0-year. 3-month old business... plus...what if this happened again? i was given warfarin in the hospital, but wondered, was this the best treatment for me? so i made a point to talk to my doctor. he told me about eliquis. eliquis treats dvt and pe blood clots
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that is all the time we have left this everything. from the nation's capital, sin city, usa. see you back in new york tomorrow night. by the way, "hannity" always fair and balanced. bret baier is next. we'll see you back in new york tomorrow. the president takes a victory lap in the heartland. >> they hit me harder, harder, harder. they have now learned i think it doesn't work. the truth is people love us. all of us. they love us. >> republican congressional candidates keep up their winning streak with elections in south carolina and georgia. thank you for believing in me. >> bret: meanwhile, the clock is tick for the republican effort to repeal and replace obamacare and the senate leaders preparing to unveil the plan. >> we have offered ideas for a better way forward. and we will finally have the chance to turn the page on the failing law. >> bret: t