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elderly helping anyone? we're rooting for him. that's about it for us tonight. good night. sean hannity live from new york city is right here right now. >> hannity: great show. to "hannity."eat show. stay with us for the hour. deep state is cracking right before your very eyes. according to new reports tonight, the fired f.b.i. deputy director andrew mccabe supplied robert mueller with a confidential memo with the firing of james comey. we'll totally blow this out of the water and tell you how absurd this all is plus we'll show you how this uncovered document reveals a a stunning nw revelation about the deputy attorney general rod rozenstein. also tonight, major developments surrounding the president and spygate. john solomon is here and will be breaking a brand-new report detailing what our extreme measures the deep state took in
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order to deeply secretly moptor the trump campaign no other network that has. gowdy is f facing a backlash frm conservatives for trying to play down what is the biggest corruption abuse scandal in american history. very powerful remarks from the great one mark, levine, coming up. first, let's bring you the latest information on the president's huge negotiations, seemingly a breakthrough with north korea. we'll show you the left's ridiculous outrage over the president's pardons and, of course, the latest example of sick, twisted, ugly, liberal hypocrisy, in this case, samantha bee's despicable disgusting comments about the first daughter, ivanka trump. that is in our breaking news that is in our breaking news federal prosecutors interviewed james comey as they now weigh whether or not to charge his former deputy f.b.i. director
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andrew mccabeit with a crime for his obsessive lying which is why he was reportedly now fired. looks like two key members of are now turning on each other and this could be the signs of the wall collapsing so is mccabe and others now finally going to be exposed about their constant, extreme wrongdoing? i've said many times on this show, starting in january, this is the year of the boomerang. we'll give you all the breaking developments. also tonight, according to reports, the disgraced former deputy f.b.i. director mccabe, as we said, was fired because of his pattern of blatant lying. he wrote a personal, confidential memo detailing his so-called concerns over the president's decision to fire his former boss and personal friend. now, mccabe reportedly turned that memo over to -- there you see it -- robert mueller's team of witch-hunters, so-called investigators, democratic donors, hillary supporters, to help their efforts. as you can imagine the trump campaigning press and their friends in the left were all --
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trump-hating press and their friends on the left were all very excited. >> now we find out the president wanted to fire comey on the grounds he was concerned about the aggressive president probe, in other words, he did it to protect himself to obstruct justice. this is clearly, clearly, it seems to me, close to the smoking gun of obstruction. >> we have enough information about this president and his attempts to control rosenstein and jeff sessions and to literally have them protect him from this investigation. ii think it is clear that he's obstructed justice. >> the question about the president in comey's firing has always been what did it mean about the russian investigation? >> uh-huh. >> rosenstein is one of the people that donald trump has been hammering. he doesn't trust him and all the such. if rosenstein really did try to give him cover, a cover story to fire comey, wonder why -- i
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mean, talk about repaying a favor. i'm just saying, that's pretty amazing how this is all turning out. >> hannity: pretty amazing how mydu so-called colleagues in ths industry are. it's not a new news story. while mccabe expressed concerns about trump using a cover story to fire comey, ok, here's what they're not telling you. the president had the full authority to fire comey for any reason. he didn't need a cover story at all. remember, even comey himself said the president had the right to fire him for any reason. that's fake news. that's hysteria. that's outright lying to you, the american people. and this comes after our own adam housley reported mccabe allegedly threatened to take others down with him if he was fired. get it? they're now turning on each other. in reality, this mccabe memo provides literally no evidence that the president did anything wrong.
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instead, the memo does reveal something else, according to the document. the deputy attorney general, rod rosenstein -- i've been warning you to keep that name in your head -- he told mccabe about conversations we had with the president surrounding f.b.i.'s russian investigation and the firing of comey this means rod rosenstein, again, is obviously a witness to the special counsel's investigation, witness number one. this very investigation he's overseeing. he's even more compromised than we thought tonight. so how is it possible again the attorney general, jeff sessions, recused himself over so-called possible conflicts of interest citing the wrong law and statute in doing so, but rod rosenstein, he's not conflicted? remember, he also signed that final fisa warrant. he put his signature on it. and that was with a bought-and-paid-for hillary dossier, russian propaganda, foreign agent to use in russian lies to lie to you, the american people.
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one more wrinkle to mueller's completely flawed fraudulent witch-hunt. it needs to end! look at what this is doing to this country. by the way, you, the american people, already paid more than $16 million to fund this partisan effort of robert muler and for what? 369 -- mueller and for what? 379 days of no russia collusion? whatsoever, nothing. john solomon will join us tonight. brand-new information, details on serious and shocking abuse of power. he'll be here in moments preview thist upcoming bombshell report which reveals in 2016, the obama administration pressured the f.b.i. to ramp up their spying operations against the trump campaign, the trump administration. a massive exclusive. stay with us. also, yesterday, in the "washingtonn examiner" byron yok highlighted 2017 congressional testimony from fusion gps founder glen simpson. he told members of the senate
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judiciary committee that "the f.b.i. had a human source inside the trumpmp campaign." ok, that was way back in 2017. don't forget last week, former cia director turned cnn hack while national intelligence director, james clapper, actually said that trump should be so happy the f.b.i. was spying on his campaign. really? united states of america or venezuela? take a look. >> so i ask you, was the f.b.i. spying on trump's campaign? >> no, they were not. they were spying on a term i don't particularly like but on what the russians were doing. trying to understand were the russians infiltrating? trying to gain access, leverage and influence. >> why doesn't he like that? he should be happy about that. >> he should be. >> why didn't you go to him in the spring of 2016 saying, hey, there's this guy that you've never met that is watching.'r he would have helped you.d the most exculpatory evidence in
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the memo was i didn't do this but i want everyone in the world to know. it's clear that the trump campaign was spied on, monitored and closely observed by the deep state which was held bent on making -- hell bent on making sure president trump never became president. it's a major abuse of power that's now unfolding. clapper is in a twisted, distorted way blaming republicans for obstructing federal efforts to warn the american people about the russian election interference in 2016. remember the nunnnes washington examiner piece -- nunez washington examiner piece in 2014? >> there was concern on the part of the president himself because of the allegations of rigging which the candidate trump was in espousing that anything that the president did would be viewed as political and he would be putting his hand on the scale and favor one candidate to the disfavor of the other. i think ben's exactly right and
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in my book comports with his account. >> ifun not for mitch mccom, senate majority leader, perhaps there might have been more said. did mitch mcconnell stand in the way? >> the republicans in general encounteredd reluctance on their part to enter into an aggressive statement about the russians. >> the republicans missed the statement. clapper maybe should read this 2016 report from nbc news. they titled it why didn't obama do more about russian election hacking? according to nbc news, obama administration didn't act because "they thought hillary clinton was going to win and a potential cyber war with russia just wasn't worth it." looks like clappers sitting right there at cnn fake news. he gets paid. of course while clapper andle everyone else in the deep state tries to drag this president down, the president has been up toin serious business to actualy attend to on the world stage. important things like peace, the upcoming talks with the northit korean dictator.
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little rocket man kim jong-un. last night, secretary of state, mike pompeo, held a productive meeting with a high-ranking member of the north korean regime, first time in 18 years on u.s. soil. this is whatst pompeo had to say earlier today. >> today, vice chairman kim and i discussed our countries to come together and take advantage of the unique opportunity our two leaders have created through their visions of the future they have so clearly articulated. the proposed summit offers a historic opening for president trump and chairman kim to boldly lead the l united states and th. [ indiscernible ] into an era of peace, proscarat and security. our two countries face a pivotal moment in our relationship in which it could be nothing short of tragic to let this opportunity get away. kim jong-un denuclearizes and there's a brighter path for north korea. we he vision a strong, connected and secure prosperous north korea that maintains its cultural heritage but is integrated into the community of nations.s. >> great news. the president himself is set to
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meet with this high-ranking north korean official tomorrow and by the way, that korean official will be delivering a letter from kim kim jong-un him. take a look. >> we're doing very well with north korea. our secretary of state has had very good meetings. he's meeting again today. i believe they'll be coming down to washington on friday. and a letter is going to be delivered to me from kim jong-un. i look forward to seeing what's in the letter. hopefully we'll have a meeting on the 12th. that's going along very well, but i want it to be meaningful. it doesn't mean it gets all done in one meeting. maybe we have to have abe second third and maybe we'll have none. but it's in good hands. >> as the president managed the ongoing negotiations with north korea, he's also been making waves right here at home. i think good waves. today, the president pardoned a program, conservative activist and author, de souza prosecuted
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under the obama administration for violating a campaign finance law, one that's rarely ever punished like this. president trump is considering a pardon for martha stewart. even for the democratic governor, former democratic governor o illinois, rod blagojevich. while the media barely yawned over obama's pardons and clinton's infamous pardons for absolutely spinning out of control because the president is using his absolute power of the pardon. he has a right to do whatever he wants on this. too bad. take a lookn. >> raise questions on whether the president is sending a message with these pardons, sending a message to paul man afort and michael flynn. those are the questions going to come about here. >> he's throwing raw meat to the far right here, de souza for over three decades has been an extreme peddler of far right ideology and you have to say hatred. >> president trump seemingly passing out pardons to heros of
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the far right. oprah once gifted pontiacs to suburban moms. >> we're one step closer to becoming a third-world power as of today. tariffs and pardons. these are b things we see from banana republic. >> president not only announced he's pardoning a darling of the far right, he's considering leniency for two stars of his former tv show making this white houseme once again seem detached from reality. >> hannity: mark rich, faln, clinton, drug dealers, obama. ok, we don't need lectures from these people. leave it to the media to totally ignore the massive abuse of power that took place during the prosecution of say de souza. he plead guilty using straw donors to contributing $20,000 to a senatorial campaign only after being threatening with much bigger charges from a biased anti-conservative prosecutor. let's take the case of martha stewart. remember she was found guilty of obstruction of justice after prosecutors tried and failed to
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send her to a prison while on an insider trading charge after, well, in other words she had a transaction. they couldn't get her on that. they went after her for obstruction. don't forget scooter r.b.i., public servant who had the book thrown at him over an alleged unproven leak when they knew who the leaker was the first day that patrick fitzgerald took over the case. the strong-arm tactics to elicit guilty convictions from individuals perhaps who otherwise would never have been charges because they can't get them on the charge they're investigating. that deserves a serious conversation in this country and not coordinated outrage by the hypocritical double standard in the trump-hating media. let's just compare all of this to james comey and peter and lisa paige and andrew mccabe and the power meeting with loretta. she delivered how to -- she
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delivered e-mails subpoenaed on a private server, covered iter , obstructed justice by deleting them right there and then of course the acid wash and then of course the breaking up with the devices of hammers. really? i say free martha stewart. give her the pardon, compared to former clinton national security adviser,ar remember, sandy the burglar burger? he stole classified documents from the national archives. he stuffed them in his pants and in his socks. he never got charged with a crime. could you say a two-tiered justice system? what happened to equal justice under the law? what happened to equal application of the law? what happened to our constitutional rights that we're all equal in this country? finally tonight, a story from a so-called comedienne samantha bee. >> ivanka trump who works at the white house chose to post the second most oblivious tweet
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we've seen this week. you know, ivanka, that's a beautiful photo of you and your child but let me just say one mother to another, do something about your dad's immigration practices you [ bleep ]. he listens to you. put on something tight and low cut and tell your father to [ bleep ] stop it. tell him it waset an obama thing and seell how it goes, ok? >> hannity: disgusting, right on cue. bee revealed one more blatant example on what we discussed on this program for years, if you're a liberal in the public spotlight, you can pretty much say and do anything else you want and no consequences. of course, the opposite is true for conservatives. we just saw rosesean's show canceled -- roseanne's show canceled after the comments she made. for samatha bee, an apology and that was it.
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pbs shares the same parent company of fake news cnn also apologized and then praised the late night costar to dots same. -- to do the same. do you think samantha bee is an untalented, not funny, bitter, partisan mindless act like i do, you have the power to turn the channel. you don't have tond watch herdo hateful show. sadly just one more example of what is a blatant double standard in america. republicans, conservatives sent to the chopping block and those on the left are given a pass. here with reaction to allth of these new developments out of the deep state from the hill, john solomon, fox news contributor, sara carter. john, we start with you. you have a huge story. you are about to unfolded this huge story. some, well, let's just say a preview of coming attractions here. tell us about it. >> yeah, i'm putting the finishing touches on a column i think will come out tomorrow. we'll reveal two really important things. the efforts to begin targeting
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and reaching out to trump campaign officials to gain intelligence on russia that would ultimately justify the investigation began weeks, maybe months before the f.b.i. had a formal predicate. that's verys important. the rules say you can't use sources until you have a predicated investigation. the predication is july 31st, 2016. my sources and documents i'm able to make public tomorrow will show there were contacts going on by people identified as informers and informants and people who provided information that began much, much earlier than july 31st. that's thehe first part. second part is, as the investigation was just starting to rampta up, there are internal f.b.i. documents showing f.b.i. agents talking about the white house trying to take over the investigation, fears of the justice department was going to leak for political reasons and their own personal fear -- >> hannity: slow down. slow down when you say the white house, you mean the obama white house? >> yes. >> hannity: they were over theg to take investigation? >> that'sin what these messages
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say. >> hannity: these are f.b.i. messages? >> yep. >> hannity: we're talking about t the obama white house? how far up do we know here? >> the messages are what they are. they'redo shortot on what you'd normally see in a text message. the words "the white house is running this" are clear in the text message. people ought to be able to make up their own minds. you just hadng it in your monologue a little bit about whether president obama was aggressive enough on russia. the f.b.i. agents who opened this case feared that barack obama o was weak on national security f and wouldn't do what they needed for russia. you're going to see those messages tomorrow. people will be able to see those -- between those -- >> hannity: stretch page text? >> some are stretch page text. some are other documents. >> hannity: cascading flow of information? when the ig report comes out -- let me bring sarah into this part. >> 400 pages. >> hannity: that the i.g. will
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release. it'll immediately be followed up by good people in the f.b.i. and in the intelligence community that will corroborate and confirm this was rigged this investigation into hillary clinton. sarah? >> yes, there are a number of people that are ready to speak, a numberpe of f.b.i. agents that are currently working in the bureau and other former agents who want to tell the truth about what was going on. i mean, sean we know what happened at the higher levels, on the seventh floor of the fbe, the highest officials, but there are so many -- of the f.b.i., the highest officials, but there are so many agents within the bureau that were disgusted over what happened. i reported over and over again, i know john has, too, that agents were so angered when comey made this decision -- a decision he shouldn't have made, by the way. it should have been left up to the department of justice -- that they literally got up from their desksde in some field offices, left their offices and didn't return until the next week. other agents were throwing foodr at the television, at comey. so, i mean, there were a lot of
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people that are ready to talk. ready to talk about what happened. it just depends on if congress calls them to testify. i think that's very important. >> hannity: john, you're talking about the timeline being off and you're talking about documents within the f.b.i. that bring this right to the obama white house. correct? >> um, well, certainly the suggestion at the white house and the justice department, the political elements of the administration were trying to intrude on the f.b.i. investigation. people will read these messages and they'll seeop for themselves tomorrow that that is clearly one of the things that the whistle-blowers who approached me were able to lead me to. >> hannity: you'll bech back tomorrow. sara, we'll give you the last word tonight. thank you. >> another quick point, john's very accurate on that i believe john brennan would have known all of this. there were a lot of other high-level officials that would have known what was going on in a counterintelligence investigation. particularly one involved in the campaign. >> hannity: we'll see you both here tomorrow with this big breaking story that's percolating as we predicted. when we come back, we'll talk
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>> hannity: mark levine just literally lighting up, house oversight committee troy gowdy after the congressman praised the f.b.i. for spying on the trump campaign. congressman gowdy, what's happened to you? take a listen. >> he's drawnh a conclusion. nothing wrong with the f.b.i. informant.he f.b.i. did exactly what the f.b.i. was supposed to do the american people agree. trey gowdy knows that the american people agree.
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>> did they have an informant aka spy at the dnc to chase down the russians who were hacking the dnc's e-mails? no. if they're trying to protect us and the candidates in the election from the russians as we pointed out last week, why weren't there informants in hillary clintonst campaign's or bernie sanders' campaign? >> you know him as gregg jarrett. i've got an important question for you. let me start with dan bongino responding to the great one. and trey gowdy why weren't there spies in anyone else's campaign? great question! how is it the interrogatories by
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great britain. maybe 50/50, used to get fisa warrants on american citizens, one that happened to be in the trumpp campaign? >> there weren't spies in other campaign, sean, because they were spying on trump. they weren't spying on the russians. you know, listen, this is -- i don't know if trey gowdy wofted a little of the swamp air? >> he never saw the documents. >> he never saw the documents but he made a comment so irresponsible and reprehensible, sean, the americans should be confident the f.b.i. worked the case as they did. are really? why did they -- really? why did they hide the case? it was out there out there for t months. they simultaneously sean leaked the existence of the case to the "new york times" and leaked later the conversation about mike flynn to "the washington post." that's the f.b.i.'s way. e >> hannity: everything the "new york times" is reporting is
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boomeranging, even in their own reports. they're revealing information they don't mean to reveal. dr. gorka, let me ask you about the mccabe secret memo i talked about.rk that's now backfiring on them as well. >> absolutely. it's the ultimate boomerang, all of this. look at that video of ben rhodes and then you'll understand everything. the night of the election, ben rhodes, master of lying, has no words to explain the loss of hillary clinton. this is why they were doing what they were doing. she had to win at all costs. that's why an intelligence asset, whatever you want to call it, was put into the trump campaign. let's not argue about whether it's a spy or an informant because that's irrelevant. sean we need to know one answer to one question: why was the operation started? we still don't know. we -- an australian ambassador, professor in thehe uk, now a mat
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tiesj -- maltese professor in rome's in absurd. >> hannity: do we have equal justice in the law? look at masking. surveillance. leaking hillary clinton campaign. fisa abuse. all of this is rotting from the head down. f.b.i. rank and file will expose it. this whole mccabe memo -- first of all, the president could fire comey because he doesn't like the color of his socks. he doesn't need a reason but when you add that to what john solomon is now -- what he is saying, f.b.i. documents -- >> peter struck september --
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sent a message to lisa paige on august 5th. he just signed the documents in the case. in the text he says the white house is running this. the chronology of events tells you what happened. we'll see a peter struck memo, the guy that wrote the exoneration of hillary before the investigation, signed the papers. >> hannity: the guy that immediately began, ran over to great britain. >> and said the white house is running this. of course. t it meant president obama who is being briefed all the time by john brennan, cia director, who is the instigator of the phony dossier. >> hannity: another big reveal by the "new york times" they didn't mean, oh, for the f.b.i. to interview this australian that was. [ indiscernible ] had to be negotiated by our state department. that means john kerry knew. that means probably obama knew. that's another sign pointing to barack obama and company.
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>> on june 20th, steel writes his phony fictitious dossier first memo. he immediately calls the f.b.i. the f.b.i. two weeks later flies to london in the headquarters and meets with christopher steel who tells them all about trump/russia collusion. it was phony evidence. three weeks later, the f.b.i. opens its investigation and only thereafter do they startrt lookg into papadopoulos. >> the next shoe to drop is the information about russian dirt on hillary was clearly pulled out of the campaign by the f.b.i. who pushed it in there? that's going to be the next shoe to drop. >> hannity: ok, playing close attention. dr. gorka? >> the suspect number one is john brennan. and he wouldn't have moved a muscle unless obama knew as
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well. >> hannity: boom. ok. it's all collapsing and they're turning on each other.. did you notice that? mccabe. comey. all going to be circular firing squad. >> it is. >> hannity: and peter struck and lisa paige. wait until you see it -- i have it. wait. i have it right here, i just can't show it today. i'll show it tomorrow. all right, jessie watt.-- stay e breaking news. ivanka trump and the double standard in trump and the double standard in this picking the right style takes time. one picky customer shouldn't take all your time. need something printed? the business advisors at office depot can assist with exactly what your business needs to grow. get your coupon for 20% off services, technology and more at office depot and
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>> sean: the >> hannity: last night during my mini monologue, we played outrageous examples of outrageous comments that so often go unchanneled. this is a small sampling of them. >> a lot of us thought ivanka would be our saving grace.
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when he's about to [ bleep ] new finland or something andwh she's going to walk in the bedroom and, daddy, daddy. don't do it, daddy. >> hello, everybody out there in tv town, this is karl malone of the utah jazz here to tell us about karl malone home state, louisiana. sometime at night, karl malone look up at sky and say what the hell going on out there? >> you ain't nothing. you a punk. come on. do something! >> best fried chicken in the universe. >> we built pyramids without trump. >> hannity: that by the way, keith oberman. oh, by the way, the president
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just arriving at joint base air base. there you canin see right there. there's air force 1. wow, beautiful plane. keith oberman, he went on a vile, hateful tweet storm, many of them, against president trump and, yes, also his daughter ivanka tweeting, "you tell your racist white supremacist neo-nazi father to get the bleep out of our society." he o he was just rehired by abc. i'm going to say your answer is there a double standard? >> i think that there is in a lot of cases. i think that what roseanne said -- no, but you went for honesty. >> hannity: right now the scales are tipped in her favor.
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>> ok. give me one second. >> go ahead, sorry. >> i think what roseanne said -- >> we're all best friends -- go ahead. >> i think what roseanne said is on another level that what samatha bee said. it was scripted. it shifted the narrative. >> hannity: really? that word? >> i would never use it. it's extremely offensive. >> scripted? slow down. scripted? >> samantha bee used that sort of language through her entire career. if you don'tag like it, don't watch it. >> don't fire her? boycott? >> i didn't say fire roseanne either. roseanne barr was -- >> hannity: i'm not calling for anyone to be fired. >> i understand that but i don't think what alec baldwin has said -- jimmy kimmel has addressed that when you guys were in your little thing, right? he talked about that and
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apologized for that. >> hannity: i think roseanne apologized. jesse? >> they'll defend ms-13 and assassination jokes but when donald trump calls elizabeth poke han tass, they get -- poke has not tass, they get really upset. these are the things she's called donald trump, the a-word, the's d-word, the other d-word. the b-word, kelly anne conway. sarah sanders, f-ing evil. you heard the audience if you ever heard the tape of her saying the c-word, they're all cheering. they're all clapping. that's why they call her samantha b-list because she caters to a low denominator. >> there are a lot of comedians that --
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>> the scales have shifted. >> you're using my pen. you're i lent it to him because we're friends. comedians across the board, we happen to have more of them. you can say so-called medians. i don't think they're funny. at the end of the day, more -- comedians. i don't think they're funny. at the end of the day, more comedianss and liberals push boundaries. i don'ts. think they're appropriate. look at the things ted nugent said and then he got an invitation to the white house. >> you have the chelsey handlers and samantha bees and stephen colberts. they'll say the most disgusting things about president trump but not say radical islam. >> we're so passed the old radical islam dah bay. if you listen to the things said about the obamas, comparisons that roseanne barr said -- >> wait a second. when someone on this network said a nasty thing about president obama, they were
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suspended for a week or two. all they did over at tbs is say, oh, she'll be back tomorrow night. >> did samantha bee call an african-american person an ape? >> let's use the c-word. slow down. she used the c-word against the first daughter. >> yes, i know what she did. >> and cbs is ok with that. >> ok, if you run tbs eventuallu then you could fire samatha bee. then that's your decision. you guys are for that. >> i'd rather run fox news. >> i'm sure you're getting closer by the day and i'm just going to be here. >> you can get a raise. maybe her own show? >> we'll think about that. >> i'm sure that rating would be super high. >> hannity: i will say this. i said this last night, beyond the double standard -- i think it's bigger than that -- and you see it on social media every day, e there's a courseness, a vile, vicious -- i think he nailed it brilliant as he is,
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every time at 10:00 on election day on 2016, there was a psychosis that broke out on the left in the media and it's not gone away. they cannot believe they lost. donald trump won. andnd here's the thing, you kno, really, oh crap, the economy is turning better. oh no, we might get a deal with little rocket man. hostages are released. he pulled out of the iran deal. don't you want this country to succeed? >> absolutely. >> hannity: you don't't want to raise taxes? take the crumbs back from the american people, do you? >> i never supported the crumbs rhetoric but i do think we can give larger individual tax cuts and maybebe smaller corporate tx cuts in case that money doesn't trickling down. >> hannity: but the crumbs per se. >> the $1,000 should stay. >> $2000. >> then you add the bonus from s-corps companies.
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>> does gas cost a lot now? >> under $3. >> you have a consolation prize. >> i>> got a pen. >> hannity: his world. we're living in it right now. when we come back, preview of the president's big meeting tomorrow. this has the potential to be huge. stay with us. huge. historic. stay with us. you won't see these folks at the post office they have businesses to run they have passions to pursue how do they avoid trips to the post office? mail letters ship packages all the amazing services of the post office right on your computer get a 4 week trial plus $100 in extras including postage and a digital scale go to and never go to the post office again
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>> i just want to tell you we're doing very well with north korea. our secretary of state has had very good meetings. i believe they'll be coming down to washington on friday. and a letter is going to be delivered to me from kim jong-un. so i look forward to seeing
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what's in the letter. hopefully we'll have a meeting on the 12th. it's going along very well. but i want it to be meaningful. it doesn't mean it gets all done in one meeting. maybe you have to have a second or a third. maybe we'll have none. but it's in good hands. that i can tell you. president: the earlier today saying he's looking forward to receiving a letter from the north korean dictator, kim jong-un tomorrow at the white house. only moments ago,, we saw the president arrive at joint base andrews. you can see a little bit of rain. joining us live from the white house with more, fox news correspondent kristen fisher is with us tonight. he'll be back there probably in about 10 minutes. >> yeah, absolutely, sean. and you know, this really would have been unthinkable just six months ago. now, you have kim jong-un's right hand man on his way to washington. and tomorrow, he's poised to hand deliver a letter from his boss to president trump right here at the white house. this comes after today spending the day in new york city with
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secretary of state mike pompeo. this is the third time that the two have met in less than two months. the secretary described the negotiations as difficult but moving in the right direction. >> our two countries face a pivotal moment in our relationship in which it could be nothing short of tragic to let this opportunity go to waste. >> and preparations are already underway in singapore for what the secretary describes as a once in a lifetime opportunity but he still doesn't know when he'll be able to officially announce if this summit is on or off. as for what exactly is in this sealedur letter, sean, it appeas that even president trump is in the dark. he told reporters today he's looking forward to reading it. >> hannity: obviously, hopefully optimistic. we'll learn more about that letter tomorrow. you.k daniel hoffman is now with us. i love the way the president praised it. guam is not in jeopardy.
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hostages released across the dmz. trump pulls out. they beg. no. no. no. please, please. please. we didn't pay any cash this time, did we?ca >> that's right. it's quite a contrast from what the obama administration gave p to get bergdahl back. what i would highlight about tomorrow's meeting and today's meeting between secretaryig pomo and kim. kim is a four-star general, former head of military intelligence. deep background in nuclear negotiations. absolutely reflects kim jong-un, the seriousness with what kim jong-un is approaching what looks like a summit on june 12th. kim is an unsavory character, unsanctioned for targeting sony pictures with the targeted attack. this is a hand we're dealt with. it's part of the challenge with
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dealing with the hermit kingdom. these are the kind of negotiations that will have to take place with unsavory characters. >> hannity: i love the fact all of these kind of big developments that happened -- the president has given up nothing.g. and i think the fact that the media doesn't understand and the left doesn't understand this is the art of the deal. this is how you negotiate, maybe it happens on the 12th. maybe it doesn't. maybe it takes one meeting, two meetings, three meetings, maybe more. you know what? we're trying to try our best. this is worth it for the -- not only for the country but for the world. so much progress, but again ithink kristin is right, we didn't anticipate this six months ago. >> i think north korea tried to practice the art of diplomatic brinkmanship. they failed. north t korea came back with a conciliatory indicating they were serious about wanting to talk to us. this is going to be an
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extraordinarily complex series of negotiations. russia is already interfering with minister of foreign affairs visiting pyongyang today and talking about ratcheting down the sanction which is notin helpful. again i think we're playing our hand as good as we could. i wouldn't expect immediate gratificationt for us. >> hannity: we've already had some, show. >> we're showing north koreans we mean business. the pattern we followed here showing some strengths to north korea clearly has been more effective than what we've seen from the past two decades. >> hannity: the president i think rightly so managing expectations in terms of what they should expect. if it happens, if it doesn't happen, the ball's going to be in their court. it's going to be about denuclearization. i'm very impressed with the new secretary of state mike pompeo. brilliant man and obviously following through on the .resident's policies thank you. all right, when we come back, do not, do not want to miss this video that should make democrats
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. >> sean: rnc has a new ad ahead of the mid-term elections. let's take a look. >> we're all god's children. there is a spark of divinity in every person. >> we're talking about ms-13. >> the victim was stabbed more than 100 times, decapitated, dismembered and his heart was cut out of his chest and thrown in a pre-dug grave. >> the two men kidnapped and sexually assaulted a girl. >> calling people animals is not a good thing. >> sean: not so bad. all right? unfortunately we're running out of time.
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we need, like, four hours a night. it's the way it is. we're not the -- jerome coursy just put out an article. hannity is the next target of the deep state. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham, you will have to take over 9:00 and 10:00 d deep state -- he exposed the deep state. >> that means four hours i'm not good at math, that means you would be on until 1:00 in the morning. >> sean: no. i was in radio just like you. number two, i just got done saying jerome coursy just said hannity, they want to kill hannity and take him out. >> laura: i heard. you think i'm deaf? of course, this is their dream. >> sean: my dream, hannity held hostage on the laura ingraham show. >> laura: i want to host that. so i can do the bug at the bottom of t