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pm eastern. and you can follow me on twitter @judgejanine. laura ingraham is next. have a terrific night. >> good evening from washington. i'm laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle." and this time, of course, the bold claim he made that trade wars are good. we'll examine whether he has a point when it comes to cheating china and how to stop them. and we'll debate whether our national motto, "in god we trust," should be banned.
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tinseltown prepares for the oscars, the "me too" movement is shaking things up in unexpected ways. and we'll tell you about a world war i memorial. but first, conservatives strike back at the nra boycott. that's the focus of tonight's angle. after that massacre at that parkland, florida high school, students turned activists turned their sights on the nra. >> i'm glad that companies, which are what will stop the nra from doing what they're doing and basically killing kids, the companies are going to be the ones that are going to stop this. and i'm calling out every single company right now who is not in favor of conducting their ties with the nra. the nra has shown themselves to be toxic, vile, and to not support the right to live, which
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is in the preamble of the constitution. >> i would say planned parenthood hasn't supported the right to live. the nra has been in business since 1871 and does more to promote responsible gun ownership and gun safety than any other organization in the country. the fact is nikolas cruz should never had gotten his gun because he was a mental case. he was engaged in violence at school and on the internet. the gun control gang has misdiagnosed this problem. we need to know the real cause of the florida shooting to help prevent this in the future. why aren't we looking at the effects of themself like the promise program at the school? that incentivized keeping the shooter's disturbing and criminal actions from the police
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and allowed cruz to keep a clean record. and so when we went to buy guns, she wasn't stopped. and what happened his tumultous family life? but instead liberal activists ignore those and other political factors and scapegoating their favorite boogie man and political enemy, the nra. through social media pressure, they were able to get more than a dozen companies, hertz, metlife, best western, but now, the georgia state legislature, which granted
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millions in tax breaks to delta airlines decided it had had just about enough. the lawmakers in georgia voted to strip delta, which is headquartered in atlanta, all of of its heavy jet fuel tax exemptions. that costs a lot. corporations cannot attack conservatives and expect us not to fight back. well, today delta's ceo issues a memo to employees that they were in a process to end discounts to a group of any politically devisive nature. but what about valuing and protecting your customers? why alienate them? you know what i was thinking
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about today as i was getting ready for the show? remember how this line from obama went over in middle america? >> the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing's replaced them. and they're gone through the clinton administration and bush administration. and each administration has said that somehow these are going to regenerate. and they have not. so it's not surprising. >>oh, i'm just a bitter clinger. i'll never get over that line. but it was so condescending, so insulting, and it was wrong then, and what these corporations are doing to the nra is wrong now. because of the corporate cowardice of these companies, people who aren't nra members
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are actually considering joining. >> i'm not an nra member, but i'm thinking about. i think the publicity they've gotten has allowed people to figure out whose side we want to be on the side of. >> i'm definitely liberal about just about everything except for this. i think if we stop kind of de n demonidemo demonizing gun owners, we might be able to come up with something. >> i'm not a member of the nra, but i want to join now. this is an outrage. >> this could be the beginning of a backlash. companies seething to this political pressure of the moment think they may have -- but they've also kicked a
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hornets nets, offending millions of law-abiding peaceful americans who support the second amendment and the nra. and by the way, those people vote, too. and that's the angle. joining me now for reaction are two congressmen from the gop, wisconsin congressman sean duffy and from the democratic party california congressman john in sacramento. let's start with you congressman duf duffy. this nra boycott seems to miss the point of the red flags missed by the authorities and all the other factors that come into play. you say? >> there's a whole bunch of things we should look at. let's look at what failings happened within local law enforcement, failings of fbi, the failings of the school that failed to protect these kids from nikolas cruz coming in and
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shooting them up. what you see happening across america is you have left-leaning media companies putting incredible pressure on companies to buy in to the liberal agenda. these companies forget, though they might be headquartered in new york, california, or chicago, they try to hock their wares all across middle america. and i think though we might not sign petitions online to boycott, we might not come to rallies, you'll see americans offended by what these companies are doing. i'm going to spend my money with companies that support my values. and i think you're going to see that affect the bottom line of companies all across america, which would be a good thing. >> the new york governor is trying to lure delta to new york, saying, come to new york, we'll treat you well.
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but new york is a nightmare still for businesses, even though they tried to bring more businesses back. what is your reaction to this concern from the nra members and just regular americans. this is taking it a bit too far that the nra is killing kids. come on. >> well, the reality is that boycotts for political and economic reasons are as old as this nation. if you remember the first tea party, i mean the boston tea party. that was a boycott. it goes on and on in this nation where people express their political or economic views by not involving themselves with one company or another. for these companies, i think the words of the president of delta airlines probably is what we ought to look at. and that is that delta, if i've heard him correctly, basically said that that company and that -- and he does not want to be involved in a political debate over issues that are not
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directly related to that company. now, with regard to the georgia legislature, and i suppose the governor repealing that sales tax exemption, i've been down this road before where here in california there was a huge fight between the bay area a airports and los angeles over sales tax for jet fuels. so i think delta will simply load its planes with fuel someplace elsewhere they can get a tax break. >> i get it. but the problem here is that the members of the nra had nothing to do with this shooting. they're not responsible for this. and truth be told, i think they only had like 13 people get this delta break on their airfare to the nra conference. it's not that many people. but it's a message. and it's the same message that middle america has gotten from
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the elites for years, that you're stupid, you're obsessed with guns, you're a bunch of bible-thumping idiots. that's how they feel. congressman did you havety -- duffy, i know we've discussed this before. >> i represent a very large agricultural district and there's no one that i'm aware of in the democratic delegation that would even begin to describe my area and the people that i represent in the way you just did. >> okay, well -- >>they have their views. some are conservative, some of liberal, but all of them believe this is america and they have the opportunity to speak out and to -- >>congressman -- and i want duffy to get on this. if we're going to judge people based on an organization, blood spilled, well, i hope planned parenthood is going to lose all of its partnerships or
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affiliations, given the fact that we have about 57 million babies who never got to see the light of day. there's a lot of medical waste that includes blood all over this country. and so the vilify the nra when we have 325,000 babies murdered in a planned parenthood clinic every year, give me a break. >> you hear the left wing media talking about saving kids live and you hear the kids talking about saving kids lives. i would like to the democratic party and planned parenthood. planned parenthood killed 300 of the most defenseless little babies last year alone. 300,000, right. and if you want to go after guns, which a constitutional right. this is the greatest hypocrisy that ever existed. they're not trying to save lives. liberals want us to rely on government, whether it's our how
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is -- housing, healthcare, second amendment. they want all reliance of government. this is one more step to take away individual rights and point us to a government that is responsible to everything that we'll ever need in your lives. we believe as republicans for individual responsibility and liberty. i don't want to rely on law enforcement. and liberals say they should provide everything to you. >> those are really good talking points, but what we're talking about here is really the safety in our communities. and there is an appropriate and a very good debate going on in america about what role guns have in our society and how we could best protect ourselves individually. >> if you care about little kids -- do you care about
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children? how could you and your party support planned parenthood? you can't have it both ways. >> okay, sean. go ahead. >> we're out of time, guys. yeah. >> laura -- planned parenthood in some segue that i missed. let's get back to the issue at hand. >> let me tell you why we said it. i thought it was pretty clear, but i'll explain it again. we're talking about the blood of children, innocent children who were gunned down in that school. and we're talking about the blood of the most innocent who are defenseless in the womb. the elderly, in the womb, and the disabled are the most defenseless in this country. that's why he brought it up. but go ahead. >> laura, if you could just slow down for a few moments,
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planned parenthood gets no money from the federal government. >> half a billion dollars, okay. they get no money? what are you talking about? they get half a billion dollars. >> if you want to talk about the abortion issue, we can do that also. but we started this conversation -- >>it makes you uncomfortable. but go ahead. >> please don't put words in my mouth. >> i'm not. that's an opinion. but go ahead. >> we have before us in washington a very important issue. and that is how are we going to deal with the gun violence in our nation, whether by suicide in individual homes or whether it is by assault weapons as we saw at the schools. this is an important debate. and we ought not move away from that debate onto other issues which are important also. so let us go back to this issue. how are we going to deal with this? >> okay. a lot of people want to take
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away gun rights. i get that. that's an old debate. but we had the fbi and local authorities and the school itself refusing to act on the obvious for a lot of different reasons. and maybe it was malfeasance. maybe it was a mistake or an oversight. but those three factors alone combine together to allow this kid to get these weapons. it wasn't the nra who missed the red flag. the fbi were told the kid's going to shoot up the school and they don't stop them, and suddenly it's the nra's problem. you've got to be kidding me. that's a lame argument. >> we've had guns in our society since our founding. and kids weren't picking up guns and shooting other kids in schools. what's happened that's caused this phenomenon to take place? fatherless homes, violence that
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comes from hollywood, we have a slew of issues that have taken place that have undermined our faith and values. you could look at a whole subset of issues that are addressing the anger that kids have right now that cause them to pick up guns. there's a detachment we have. >> sean, you're quite correct. >> last words. >> you've been driven for 20 years that will come up with each new shooting. the bottom line is we have a crisis in america and it's not guns. it's our culture and the way we're raising our kids. >> you've raised a very valid point. and one of the things that we need to do is to use tools that are readily available and have been available for some time to be used in schools to deal with those precise issues that you raise. that is the acting out, the
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loneliness that some people have and the isolation and bullying that does take place. coming out of columbine as well as sandy hook are two successful programs available in schools. it is interesting to note that in the president's budget, he removed some $50 million dollars for safe schools, to deal with those problems that you just described. so we aulought to get about doi that. >> we're way over the segment, but go ahead. >> let's take some of that $63 million. we both agree we need school security. you might say, i want an armed law-abiding teachers who have specific training. let's focus on the things we can agree on. >> that's a good note to end on. >> let's do that.
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>> all right, guys. all right. i want to come to your districts and hang out for a while without politics involved. that's what we're going to do next time i'm in town. have a great weekend. we're going to move from gun rights to the expression "in god we trust." now they want to remove our national motto from a governmen♪ building? yes, they do. we'll debate it next. it's easy to give back. it's just a little bit of time. ♪ ♪ i'll stand by you. mvo: with everything that is going on around us and in the nation, we need to work together. we need to do it more often to help people that need help. ♪ ♪ i'll stand by you. whilnothing comparesnary modeto the real thing.d...
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>>hundreds of people rallied this week in st. louis to support a display of the national motto "in god we trust." a woman protesting the motto was escorted out of the council last month. >> this has created an atmosphere of hostility and intimidation toward those that don't believe in a higher power. >> that woman is here tonight with her side of the story. also joining us is missouri state senator.
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great to see both of you. that motto "in god we trust" really seems to send you over the edge and i want to kind of figure it out, understanding why you think it's the establishment of religion in the united states. go ahead. >> well, i didn't say that it is the establishment of religion, but it is certainly the endorsement and the advancement of religion by our government. so it should send everybody over the edge if they value the u.s. constitution. and i do. >> which part of it? >> it's very important to me. >> which part do you feel this violates? >> so the first amendment establishment clause. >> right. which is why i said established religion. >> well, it has been also interpreted -- the supreme court has made it clear. are you aware of the lemon test?
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you are. great, great. so then that's why i would think that you would also be upset about the endorsement and advancement of religion by our government, which is absolutely unconstitutional because the motto "in god we trust" is about religion. there is no secular purpose. >> what religion does it endorse? >> so absolutely christianity. and i am happy to explain why it's definitely christianity. >> let me just go through for our viewers which don't understand the lemon test, here are the three things the court just made up. they made this up and said, okay, this is our test. the issue, the government action has to have a primary effect that neither advances nor inhibit religion. it can't be an expressive government entangle in religion either. and it has to have primarily a
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secular purpose, a government action. this was paid for by private money. this is private money paid for this. and my question to you is how does this expressively entangle the government in religion, which is one of the prongs of the test. >> right. laura, so the entanglement part does not have to be part of it. there are three parts of the lemon test. and so it has to -- an action by the government has to pass each one of those three. >> okay. so in god we trust on the coins, is that also -- we have to all redo all the coinage in this country as well? >> absolutely. that's also unconstitutional. >> congressman, you can address -- atheists are really unhappy
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about this and they want something done. >> they sure are, laura. as you know, the motto "in god we trust" goes back many years. it first appeared in the national anthem. and in 1956, congress ewe -- unanimously in both houses. and of course we know it appears on our national coinage, in the halls of congress in the house and the senate. and there's nothing whatsoever wrong with the city deciding they will accept that donation of the "in god we trust" display for their city council chambers. >> a lot of other states are looking at this too because what happens is you have a couple of
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atheist organizations, and i think what happens is -- and i want to get you in on this. our founding was a founding based on liberty, liberty that came not from the government but came from god. thomas jefferson said, 1781, god who gave us life gave us liberty. and can the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are a gift from god. our founders didn't believe in organized religion, but god was important. >> so why didn't they mention god one time in the entire united states constitution? there's no mention of god, the bible, christianity not was. but the only time they mention
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religion is to say that there shall be no religious test for my elected leader. and i want to clarify why this is clearly an endorsement of christianity. the jewish faith says that you do not print the word "god." g-o-d would never be in the jewish faith on a side. it's obviously not the jewish god. hindus believe in multiple gods. buddhists do not believe in a god. >> but most overwhelmingly americans believe in god. i think it's 89%, 88%. you don't have to scream. we hear you. i think the point is most people understand that our country was founded upon this notion of liberty that came from on high. we are endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights.
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we're talking about liberty and our liberty comes from god. and the fact that atheists are so -- i also think, sally, part of it is a lot of atheists, they want to be closer to god but they don't want to be closer. i don't know what it is, but -- >>what does that mean? what do you mean? >> we pray for people as christians and our friends in the jewish and muslim faith pray for hearts to change, . >> and i think in this scenario right now, atheists actually turn off a lot of people because it's not hurting anyone in saying "in god we trust." >>do you realize that you're promoting hostility and prejudice and discrimination against atheist agnostic secular
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people throughout this country. >> our country has secular practices all over the place. you're dominating the conversation. let's get the senator in. >> it's christianity, laura. >> well, laura, as you know, that's exactly right. the constitution says congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. an establishment of religion in its historical content meant that congress would never make america a baptist or catholic country or a buddhist country. >> i'm not asking for that. >> we'll have you back, sally, because this has been a -- >>and i did not go over my
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$100,000 swag bag, in it is pepper spray to repel attackers, body alarms should you be touched inappropriately, and wait for this, a drink test to make sure drugs have not been placed in your drink. if you're trying to get away from the me too thing and get away from sexual misconduct, why is that in the swag bags? it's a reminder that you may be attacked at the governor's ball. >> they get those bags when they're a presenter or a recipient. >> they used to get tiffany's stuff. they used to get good stuff. what about this harvey weinstein statue in the billboards in l.a.? >> it is he in a bathrobe. and it's called the casting couch.
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now, the creator of this, a guy named plastic jesus -- i can't explain the name. he had this to say about his creation and why he built it. >> yeah, we picked the oscars time specifically because there's so much focus on the awards. but hollywood has this dark underbelly that goes ignored or in this case has been covered up or worst. >> he's a combo of the grim reaper and phantom of the opera. what is that? plastic jesus. i'm going to look up his work. >> they are being really attacked from all sides. they're billboards all over l.a. calling them out. when the scandal is bigger than your movies, that's a huge problem for them. >> no one watched the olympics. the olympics is way down. everything is politicized. >> but why are you doing me too
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movements in the ceremony that is supposed to celebrate it? that's the problem. the scandal -- >>i think they just have one of those dressing room coat hangers and it should just be a white bathrobe empty on the stage, just hanging by itself. >> if they want to be self-reflective, talk about the m m misogynistic programming. this needs to be taken down. it's an affront. and two courts have now said it should be removed. this is going to have to go to the supreme court. >> it's going to be taken down.
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>> why remove every vestige of our veterans. >> we're a tear-down society. >> they're saying tax money -- >>from house minority leader nancy pelosi. >> there's a commensurate, a common sense bipartisan pass for it. that would be mike thompson of california who is the chair of our task force, just 13% would go to bonuses and raises, $6 million it'll cost families. excuse me. $86 million middle class families enhancement as they go out to the public sector -- the private sector. >> can someone diagram those
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sentences? >> there is a little editing, but it was fair. it's late in the week. >> i'll read the transcript later. >> president trump strikes again, send, the stock market into a dive with a tweet promises tariffs on imports. well, he said it, too. might trump be right that tariffs and trade wars actually might end up being good? stay there.
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>>well, the stock market mostly bounced back today from a nearly 400-point drop after trump tweeted "trade wars are good." his tweet also claimed that we would win the trade war. that further spooked a market that's been pretty jumpy ever since the president announced tariffs on steel and aluminum the other day. scott, great to see you. the wall street journal was on a tear. they said donald trump made the biggest policy blunder of his presidency thursday. this will invite retaliation that will harm u.s. exports and undermine his tax and regulatory reforms. >> i say, first of all, he's delivering on a key campaign promise, a view that he's held
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for a couple of decades. it shouldn't be a shock to anybody that donald trump wants to impose tariffs on countries like china that have been trade predators in the united states. second, i think this will be good to our economy. we have an enormous imbalance. we have a big trade deficit. we haven't pushed back for a couple of decades. it's hollowed out our manufacturing base. we lost a third of all manufacturing jobs. >> they say it's because of automation and computerization. >> they should visit those towns in ohio and pennsylvania, those steel mill towns and talk to those workers and look at the products stamped "made in china." japan, korea, turkey, but
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there's a lot of chinese product that gets in through the backdoor. china makes 50% of the world's steel and consumes far less than that. so that distorts global markets. >> let's explain that to people because people watching are like, you're talking about trade on a friday night. i love the trade issue. it's so fascinating. china overproduces steel. we have a glut in global steel. billions and billions of tons in excess capacity. it drives the price down. american steel makers have a difficult time in competing. what then happens, we lose every steel mill. it's a nightmare scenario. >> it is. i was in pennsylvania, one of
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those little town that is donald trump talked about. they've been making steel there since 1810, military grade. it's one of the last mills that can make it for our aircraft carriers. and it is under attack from china and these imports. so i think they're cheering the president tonight, even though the wall street journal may be chiding him. >> we've done what they said. they said get china into the wto, give them permanent normal trade relation status. china will become freer. it'll be good for america. we've had chinese expansionism. and they never seem to go back and say, oh, the stuff we said in 2000 turned out to be totally false. >> we miscalculated and didn't expect china to become more awe
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ortari -- authoritarian. and what i am tired of today, laura, is people saying that donald trump is starting a trade war. we've been in a trade war for the last decade and a half. we've been in a trade surrender and we're now pushing back. our allies don't like it. china doesn't like it. the global companies don't like it. >> orrin hatch said it's going to be a huge tax on american citizens and it's going to discombobulate a lot of our economy here. that's a technical term, discombobulate american economy. but he said it's going to be bad for the economy. >> well, sure, the folks that have gained the system, that benefit from all of this chinese dumping will get hurt. but the american workers, the folks who punch the clocks, that are the forgotten men and women that donald trump is talking about, they will benefit and
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that's why this action matter. >> finally somebody stands up to china. a great segment. coming up, a final farewell to billy graham. stop dancing around the pain that's keeping you awake. advil pm gives tossing and turning a rest and silences aches and pains. fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer with advil pm. fall asleep faster, stay ♪sleep longer ♪ (vo) you can pass down a subaru forester. but you get to keep the memories.
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>> laura: family friends and the world a worse fate gave her respects to billy graham in the
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world today. more than 200 glass attended including president trump and vice president mike pence. he died last month at age 99 after a lifetime of spreading the gospel to hundreds of millions of people in person and of course over the airwaves. but it was not billy graham's vein that was celebrated, it was message and example. his son franklin evoked his father spirit this way. speak of the world with all of its political correctness would want you to believe that there are many roads to god, it is just not true. >> a reverent himself summed up the entire vision by reflecting on one of his frequent sayings. billy graham used to say that people should not believe it when they hear that he had died. he said, i will be more alive than i am now. then he added i will just have changed addresses, that's all.
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to grow your business with us in new york state, visit >> laura: before we go some very good news on the friday night. the families of the 58 people killed in the las vegas massacre last year are going to be given $275,000 each. coming from a pot of roughly $31.5 million in the las vegas victim front. the group announce more than 90,000 donations poured into that fund. and to the fund started as a go fund me effort after the shooting will also pay the same maximum amount to ten other people who suffered permanent paralysis or other severe injury and that horrible rampage on october 1st of last year. and that is it for us tonight. shannon bream and the "fox news @ night" team, are they going to be dancing? what is our tradition on a friday night? she has the dancing, we are
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going to have margaritas. mike is going to make the margaritas and lisa will make the gin and tonic. and then we are going to turn on the music. have a good weekend. >> shannon: house intelligence chairman devin nunes accuses the fbi of possibly violating criminal statutes in a fight of application on the trump adviser page. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge and g.o.p. health committee member chris stewart had the late-breaking developments. the trade well bruised between the heartland, supporters and global elite. chief national correspondent ed henry investigates whether it was a president sticking to his guns. and jay christian adams is suing pennsylvania, tonight he reveals evidence that he said backs up his claim that the state allowed noncitizens to register to vote. and when "night court" can begins, google under fire for racial discrimination, this time against white and asian men. ♪


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