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in energy aid. i am glad he said he doesn't want to see president trump fail. i admire him for say that part. let not your heart be troubled let not your heart be troubled. there she is. i have a couple more confessions to make. >> laura: oh, god. is this what we are going to do every night now? i don't think the country can take it. >> laura: i will start an online petition. >> sean: did you see what the media today. "hannity" is encouraging breaking up devices and acid washing your hard drive. are they that stupid? >> laura: when you are encouraging people to bleach their hard drive, is it actual bleach on it? i don't know. >> sean: i have a question for you. a serious one.
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i do not like this headline in the "new york times" that they took a year's worth of information from one of their reporters. that's troubling. that bothers me because this is freedom of the press now. i don't care if it's the "new york times." we know it's corrupt and they do a horrible job, but this is a dangerous, slippery slope. >> laura: i agree. they could shutdown voices of independent thought. they would do it. sean, fantastic show. good evening from washington. i am laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle." we have an unbelievable show tonight. you don't want to miss a minute. i will go head-to-head with reverend jesse jackson. we will debate the nfl protest now that kaepernick wants to force the president to testify in his lawsuit against the nfl. we learned when the ig report will be out. the fbi and doj will be releasing it. next week.
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and it may cover much more than the hillary clinton email investigation. enticing. chuck grassley wants to find out if the fbi broke its own rule. bay trading the trump campaign. the video you have to see to believe. a big city mayor celebrating over a policy that brings death and destruction. first, the dems and the porn star. that's the focus of tonight's "angle." >> laura: the news keeps getting better and better for the country and the guy leading it. today the government reported that jobless claims fell in june to their lowest level in 44 years. layoffs are way down. near a 50 year low. and 223,000 jobs were added to the economy in may. voters are feeling the
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improvement in the economy and rewarding president trump with higher approval ratings. one poll has the president at 44% on par with reagan in 1982 and where obama was in 2010. pretty good. at the same time the president is trying to expand his base which is really smart. while making gains with african-americans, a dream of traditional republicans for a long time, this president might find some progress. unemployment at a record low for blacks and near record low for hispanics. great news. his administration is working really hard on prison reform which would have a positive effect on african-american families. after that nudge from the reality star kim kardashian, donald trump commuted the sentence of alice johnson. a model prisoner serving a life
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sentence for drug conspiracy. and money laundering. she offered these words to president trump. >> thank you very much. i will be the one that will make you so proud. i hope my life will encourage him to do this for others. >> laura: putting the merits of this case aside for a moment, this is a really smart political move by the president. sharp! this may be sparking a conversation among black voters who are skeptical about the republican party. maybe more will give a second look to trump and his policies despite what certain proathletes and civil rights activists are jesse jackson will join you us, sho shortly, saying about him. while republicans make inroads with new voters, what does the other party do? the party that once stood for the working man has taken a
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radical turn. former bill clinton pollster doug shown told me this week. >> that's why i am so upset with the current direction of the democratic party. the progressive left is pushing the party farther and farther, re-distribute and resist. guaranteed jobs and guaranteed health care but no individual efficientive. >> laura: having abandoned the missed of the country, the democrats protect and defend fringe causes and individuals with no constituency like porn star stormy daniels. the other day in israel rudy giuliani a member of the president's legal team offered this personal appraisal of stormy daniels. >> i respect all human beings i have to respect criminal s but i don't respect a porn star the way i respect a career woman or a woman of substance or who has great respect for herself as
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a woman and a person and doesn't sell her body for sexual exploitation. >> laura: one could quibble whether he should have gone down this road at all, the morrell indigation including from the ladies of the "view" was over the top. >> first of all, i want to say we introduced stormy daniels on the show. no one anyone should question this woman's credibility. it is bad with laws, it legal. sex work is work. it's consensual. the only industry where women make more money than men. >> [applauding]. >> we always had women who worked and worked on the streets. a lot of them have put their kids through college. they had incredible lives gone
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on to do all kinds of stuff. the mere fact that you would make such a blanket statement about someone you don't know who does something you seemingly know nothing about, seems kind of shocking. >> laura: [laughing]. i don't know what to say about that. man, i am not often speechless. i am glad the left found a cause they can rally to. i don't remember them standing in support of another sister. melania trump or ivanka or sarah sanders. that comedian attacked her at the white house correspondents dinner. what about the women who claimed they were sexually abused by president clinton. earlier this week jennifer flowers made this
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charge. >> he came on to me that night. i told him to knock it off. he proceeded to continue to come on to me for 3 months. in hindsight it was definitely sexual harassment. i would like the me too movement to recognize and others who came out with claims of sexual harassment from bill clinton. >> laura: the women on the "view" had nothing to say about that. not one word. i guess some women of beyond respectability. not worthy of it. when chris cuomo broached the topic last night. here's the response he got. >> bill clinton, me too. >> not getting into that. >> because? >> i think it's irrelevant to what we need to talk about. it's nice news but doesn't help the cause.
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>> laura: imagine if a republican said that, they would be run off television. the only woman worthy of the news is a porn star. who happens to be suing the president. these women were undone by his comments. >> he says, look at her and laughs. >> what a pig. i feel strongly about these comments. they made my blood boil. this is a bad day for the president if this is the person the president wants speaking to him. >> this is a bad day for humanity. it is goes down to value. >> laura: come on, guys. imagine if after 4 years of college, you slog to put your daughter through school. and our daughters announced she wanted to be a porn star or a stripper.
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what mother would not be making a value judgment about that vocational choice? oh, great, honey. that's fantastic! hanging off a stripper pole is a much better choice than business school. yay! the selective outrage and the twisted morality of the left never fails to amaze me. through all of this, the democrats have revealed themselves. with nonetheless to run on, they are the party of ms-13 not animals. transgender bathroom. open borders. nfl protests and let's throw in partial birth abortion. pot and the porn industry. you can put that on a bumper sticker? we will see how that plays in november. that's the "angle." let's find out what juan williams from "the five" here on fox news and matt and an
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and in san francisco attorney from california. great to see all of you. harassment let's start with you. it's a bad day for humanity. you can't make a value judgment now about one profession over another. they are all the same. we as mothers don't ever do that. we do that every day our kid walks out the door when we look at what she is wearing. what do you make of the left getting unhinged about ruddy's comment? a piece of them unhinged on every issue. >> they are the party of ms-13 and the party of open borders and pot legalization. of boorz on demand under every circumstance. they lost their moral company us. they forgot about the men and
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women the president promised to help. they have lost it. they have not been able in the mid-terms to articulate a message that is positive. they can only talk about the horrible extremes. it's a sad day when a porn star who lied and changed her story is the stander bearer of the left. come on, i think all people are equal and should be treated with respect. they could do better than to lionize this lady and perpetuate this sideshow. it's not good for america. focus on bettering the lives of all citizens and not this garbage. >> laura: juan? your reaction to this today? >> i don't think anybody is lioning stormy daniels. rudy giuliani said she lacks credibility and he said she was selling her body. i think is all part of again of under-mining anybody who has been critical of president trump. the fact is that what we know is that michael cohen said there
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was $130,000 paid. if there is an issue of credibility, it's the issue is the people who said no, we don't know anything about this payment. that's president trump on air force 1, to reporters. to me, he is just going after her. i think when women respond, they respond because they say lots of people have posed for playboy or gq, you don't savage them and say you lack credibility. you lack intellect because you did that. >> laura: i see your point. rudy said we have to respect all people. he said he didn't have the same respect for someone who is a porn star or hangs off a stripper pole and trolls the president across the country. big deal! we are all such little babies we
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can't make value judgments. the left makes value judgments if you don't recycle. now they are upset if someone says being a biologyist is better choice. >> i don't think that is the point. i think that is the >> president obama:they don't defend conservative women. a lot of women don't defend conservative women with they are attacked. >> women should respected. >> laura: all women. >> i have 5 daughters. do i want them to be in the porn industry? i don't. >> laura: you are a horrible person apparently for saying that. that is a crazy town you are living in. if you say you don't want your daughter to be a porn star. that means you are a bad person. >> this is all of this me too movement. there are a lot of victims out there. what i want to hear from the left is a conversation about all of the victims.
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what you hear are the ones that are politically convenient to talk about. the democrat party is not practical and it's radical and all about taking over the boy scouts or the church. in institution they want to take them over. that's why people connect to trump. not because he is a perfect person, but because he fights and he is candid and honest and making a big difference. >> laura: the economic news speaks for itself. i want to play this is a sound bite from nicole wallace on msnbc. this is the example i was talking about you treat and regard women who support trump one way and every other woman, if you are anti-trump, you are held up on a pedestal. let's watch. >> you know more about the trump women than anyone. are they just the most stoic human beings? are they dead inside. are they paid off?
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what's their deal? >> laura: are they dead inside? if you are a victim, that's a lot more demeaning to a woman to say than to say, well, i don't agree with her. don't porn stars want to be looked at? isn't that part of being a porn star? matt's a married man. give him a break. >> don't look at me. >> laura: i am story. >> he is a married man and i love his wife. give him a break. >> laura: this whole thing is from crazy town. harvey, chime in on that one. go ahead. >> these people objectify our first lady lady. they mock here and treat her like an alien life form. they get on their moral high horse about a woman who lied on television.
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that's true. she has's different story and seek fame. the double standard is clear. american people can't relate to the hatred and negativity. all the democrats have left is to call names and ridicule. samantha bee said the most vile things. >> laura: she apologized. >> yes. it is is one thing after another. it is sad. >> laura: let's move on to what the voters are thinking. clearly, trump's numbers are up. he is now at 44%. not over 50. if we had a media that were slightly fair he would be at 57% or 55%. with this economy. no doubt. he is at 44%. we have a chart shah shows what
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people are saying about who gets credit for the economy. trump is getting 49% credit for the economy. barack obama is getting 38%. juan williams? >> that's about right. donald trump has been in office a year and a half. eventually it will become his economy. the one who pulled us out of the recession was obama. we are seeing the continuing of a lot of obama policies. what you would hear?-- >> laura: he is undoing obama's policies. >> no, no, no. >> laura: what obama policies. the federal reserve policies with regard to getting our economy going. i don't think they have changed. you can talk about regulation. >> laura: the tax cuts. six regulations, a huge deal. >> you have been going on tonight about democrats have no idea. let me tell you something. i think the tax cuts was supposed to be what republicans had to run on in the mid-terms.
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more talk now about immigration, more talk now about nfl players kneeling. more of these hot button red meat issues. >> laura: i disagree. that's conventional wisdom. >> no, it's not. why are we talking about donald trump and stormy daniels without saying who was the one involved with the porn star? >> [overlapping talking]. >> the voters don't care about stormy daniels. they won't vote on stormy daniels. 2 years ago the right track and wrong track under obama was 25%. we are inching towards 40% for donald trump. if he gets to 40 plus this won't be a big blue wave, it would be a very good night for republicans. the american people are practical. they want jobs and economic prospects to improve and feel safe in their homes and families. that's what is happening.
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>> laura: pot and porn industry, abortion, open borders and ms-13. >> what about health care? >> [overlapping talking]. >> laura: they wrecked our health care and promised to keep our doctors. >> that's the same poll matt was talking about. the american people want something reasonable done with the health care issue. and want something done on education. we voted on health care four elections in a row and the american people said obamacare failed us. >> look at the polls now. it will be a hot issue. >> laura: we are out of time. i think kathleen should run. >> doesn't she run a website? fantastic segment. >> laura: the inspector general may have a bombshell surprise. we will tell you why coming up. this could cover more than the
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hillary email investigation. stay there.
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>> laura: today we learned the inspector general will rereese the report on the doj and the fbi one week from today.
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the ig will testify before the senate on the 18th. we have been told that the report would cover just the fbi's investigation of the hillary clinton email scandal but the ig report could be much broader. grassley titled it examining the inspector general's first report on justice department and fbi action in advance of the 2016 presidential election. a lot of ground to cover. with darrell issa and daniel goldman and lee smith. whose work we highlighted on, the angle. congressman, you have been around the block on this stuff. what gives? a broader report? why would grassley title it like that? >> first of all because michael horowitz has been around a long time and done a lot of investigations of the problems in the department of justice in a previous administration that
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would not deal with those problems even with reported to congress. he will be asked questions we know from the past he can speak on. secondly, when you look at the indemic misconduct of comey including the apple scandal where he claimed you could not get information and it turned out not to be true or handling hillary clinton. from the time he came in. it gets broad pretty quick. looking at other decisions that may have happened, including the fisa warrants. >> laura: lee, lots of things are bubbling up to the surface. this leak yesterday. to say that comey was insubordinate is that a big bombshell? if that is it people be
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disappointed by this report >> thera anticipation built up. >> maybe it's been built up too much. there is an enormous amount to cover. that's may answer with senator grassley titled this. we'll look at a number of things. the public is keen and keeps hearing leaks and this is being pushed back and this is being blocked. i think they are either to get out a number of these things before it interferes too much with the election cycle. i think that's one of the key issues. >> laura: one issue that popped upshaw with papadopoulos. his wife said they were trying to entrap him and use him to push this investigation forward. what is your reaction to that? >> well, legally it's not entrapment. if there is any indication that the individual is willing to do whatever the conduct it. i think she is using another
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definition of entrapment. what we do about, george papadopoulos made some drunken comment to the australian ambassador to the u.n. and that spurred further conversations. >> laura: initially it was reported that he knew there were a lot of clinton emails. then they backed off and said they had dirt on hillary. that story shifted. that's a big different, someone has dirt on hillary and someone knew emails were hacked and would be released. >> having spent 10 years in the department of justice and having cases reported on by the news media, about 50% was right. it's not necessarily the journalist's fault. sometimes the sources are too far removed. they don't have as much as the information as you would like. let's not jump to conclusions.
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there was some indication that papadopoulos new that russia had information he was trying to get access to that. at that point it's incumbent on the fbi to investigate that to see if there is a national security risk. >> laura: you don't think anybody happened before that period of time? the text messages looking at trump and talking the luresed in. we don't know what that was about. that one unredacted text. that's weird stuff. maybe that's innocent. maybe they is lures all over the place. something about this sticks -- i want to play something for you about the informants. kevin who supervised the revitting of the rules for the fbi joined us last week. lite watch what he says.
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>> an fbi can't just open a source and gather information. willy-nilly. they have to abide by the guidelines. the guidelines are specific in counter intelligence and investigations and when you are directing your source towards an american citizen. >> laura: the guy who rewrote the rules. >> when you said it's incumbent, that's hog wash. the fact is every single political campaign, the senate, house, presidential, they are all looking for dirt. they want it wherever they will get. it they pay for it. they hire attorneys. >> laura: hillary paid for the dossier. the law firms. >> if the department of justice/fbi investigated every time there was a credible attempt to get dirt, you would be investigating hundreds and hundreds. >> come on. it's different when the source of the information is a foreign country than if the source of
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the information is someone within the country. >> a vague allegation that there may be something is very different than well, we have russian intelligence. let's remember, in this case. at some point the department of justice knew that the dnc and hillary clinton were part of the source of that. >> long before the election. >> i am uncomfortable with the idea that the fbi is running an investigation based on what a campaign team member said overheard in a bar. i think that's peculiar. if we went to a bar and had a conversation and i am on a campaign and you are. the fbi says let's run an investigation on that guy, i think that's not what we want. >> laura: i see what lee is saying there. especially during a charged political season. this was guy was like a minor dude. >> exactly.
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that's why you have to recognize?-- upon the the investigation did not start -- >> laura: we don't know when it started. >> i am not talking about the timing. i would bet money when they started this investigation, they had no idea who was involved. they didn't think at the beginning it went to donald trump or that high. they were following a lead of a suspicious and specific statement that george papadopoulos gave to somebody else. they will chase that down as you would want them to do i think to make sure that there was nothing going on. >> laura: that trip to london in may of 2016, does that seem?-- >> it's unclear what that is. we don't know what kind of mechanism that was transmited to the fbi. i suggest was irregular. the idea it came from the state department is an issue. >> laura: fantastic
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conversation. it is complicated stuff. we are out of time. we are going to black in a minute. jesse jackson versus yours truly. don't miss it.
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>> laura: colin kaepernick wants to put president trump on the witness stand. kaepernick is a quarterback who began the nfl's kneeling protest during the national anthem. yahoo sports reported that kaepernick's attorneys want to subpoena trump. to testify in hes lawsuit. against the nfl. kaepernick filed a grievance after no team would fire him. does he have a case. we will debate with the reverend jesse jackson. i don't think we have talked since 1998. glad to have you on the show. thanks so much for being with us. let's talk about what is going on with this nfl protest.
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do you think that the nfl lawsuit that kaepernick apparently is going to file his grievance would be a proper grounds to have donald trump the president of the united states testify and why? >> well, he is exercising his first amendment right to protest. this was really about police brutality that went unanswered. rodney king beaten nearly to death without conquences. people killed in new york without consenses. -- consequences. and [inaudible] in missouri. the kneeling was a peaceful protest. he was not trying to desecrate the flag. we were on our knees appealing for the right to vote in 1965.
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there is nothing threatening about kneeling to the flag. >> laura: i get that. what does ha have to do with president trump testifying in a grievance against the nfl? >> he has convinced his constituents and the owners to put a penalty before the players if they choose to do that. >> laura: he has an opinion. >> it's more than his opinion because he is the president. no, no, no. >> laura: as a legal matter that's preposterous. the president is not going to testify in kaepernick's suit. his lawyer should be sanctioned.
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>> part is the way, for example, protesting using the philadelphia eagles who did not take a knee last year as the basis to push the public against black?-- >> [overlapping talking]. >> laura: i would have had them come to the white house if it was 2 people or 1. i would have made a different decision. i think it would be fair if you and anyone examining this would say, if you submit 80 names to the secret service and then 3 days later, say, oh, sorry, we can't make it. and 2 people and the mascot are coming. we will reschedule it when you are in singapore. that's just lame. they knew what they were doing. they did that on purpose. >> what lebron james and step curry are saying this about the
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violations of the people against this president. >> laura: is there any good news for black america under this administration? do you like the unemployment numbers or the small businesses created? >> he inherited a growing economy. with president barack obama. scombht gain of jobs monthly for eight years. >> laura: wages were not going up. they were not going up. >> and they are still not. most blacks make less than $15 an hour and a significant number make less than $10. >> [overlapping talking]. right now it is premature to say what will happen with this action toward canada and our naeshs. >> laura: we will have more manufacturing jobs where people who don't go to fancy colleges can get a really high paying job
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like they used to when he with tariffs put in place by democrat presidents and republican presidents. the tariff thing?-- how you turn that into an anti-black thing? >> it's not just black. if?, in fact they had a job, in chicago you have to go 3 transportation transfers to get the right transportation and students have credit cards debt. >> laura: billions of jobs were sent overseas and bled off to mexico. that was good for black america? i don't think that was good for working class people at all. we lost billions of jobs. this president is bringing jobs back to the united states and working with jared kushner. this president has done nothing
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good for black america sthat what you are saying? >> i am not saying that. laura, you are cutting me off. if you are make less than $15 an hour, you are the working poor and they want to cut health care. working and can't afford college education. >> laura: how did barack obama change that? >> well, he didn't change it significantly enough. the fact is unemployment 10% down to 5%. >> laura: now it's at a record low. the atlantic headline on this. how barack obama failed americans. the country's first black president never pursued policies to close the racial wealth gap. >> 26 million americans?-- did not have it before.
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>> laura: and rates are going up. the system was unsustainable. i think there is a lot you can do with this president and work with him on prison reform and other issues. i think these nfl players could work with the president. >> well, laura, when you lock people up for crack cocaine?-- >> laura: that's not just him. that's been done for decades. don't blame him for that. >> then you free them up. opioids are a health crisis. >> [overlapping talking]. >> laura: you were pals with president trump when he was not president. what happened? >> he changed. he is a guy who looked at central park fire they were guilty must have to be executed. he was a guy who looks at t marches in virginia. he changed.
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i didn't change. >> laura: he is a different person, you think? glad you came on. sorry we could not find more common ground. i think you could find it with this president. i think he will do great things for black america. we are out of time. a big city mayor caught on camera celebrating a policy that brings death and destruction. you have to see this to believe it next.
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>> laura: this is one of those unbelievable pieces of video. listen very closely. sanctuary city >> laura: [laughing]. i wanted to use this on a loop for republicans. that's philadelphia mayor jim kenny doing his happy dance while singing we are a sanctuary city. celebrating a federal judge's ruling barring president trump from cut off grants to philadelphia over immigration policies. the white house was disgusted and pointed out many people in philadelphia were killed, raped or assaulted by criminal aliens. let's discuss this with these 2 men. brat to see both of you, dave br brat. doing the sneap dance. how did we get here? >> it's not funny to the parents involved in. in virginia a governor ran as a democrat and said he would not allow this sanctuary policy and then vetoed it after getting
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elected. we have a disparage position put in by 25 republicans working with 200 democrats. the bill include sanctuary city policies. the trump 4 pillars that sub watered down as we speak. we are under pressure to pass any bill now. otherwise you get a democrat bill. because our 25 republican colleagues. >> laura: everyone is accused. you are say republicans will pass some kind of amnesty and get no chain migration. visa. >> sanctuary policy goes away. >> laura: you get something. you will get an explosion in immigration or get no progress on the other fronts? >> if you look at the daca problem in 3 or 4 years again if you don't solve?-- you need
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something that solves daca from happening again. it is not in our -- >> laura: i want jose to weigh in on this. if we keep going with immigration, look at philadelphia. the foreign pollulation of philadelphia in 1980 it was 108,000. 2000 it was 130,000. in 2016, it was 232,000 people. it's an increase of 69%. if looks like the growing the fastest demographic is chinese immigrants. most people say, hugh research today said, there is good stuff. a lot of new businesses. increase in school pressure. we have poverty problems and problems with indiggents. there is a price to be paid for
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all of this. let me say one thing. >> we have to make sure we get our facts straight. the congressman says if we get all of these daca kids out of the shadows. not only will their family get legalized and their extended family will be legalized so we will get 8 million people more in the country. that's not true. what we have to do as americans we have to protect the lives of 800,000 kids. as americans we'll say you have to leave you lived here for 5 to 10 years you grewed from our schools. works veto ?-- we have to protect the kids that have everything but a piece of paper. are we going to say leave, you lived in this country 5 to 10 years and graduated from our school. are we going to kick them out. >> [overlapping talking]. deck>> republicans say they are all ms-13.
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>> laura: i don't say that. >> this bill takes care all of the daca kids. and the democrats said no. then trump said?-->> [overlapping talking]. >> a path to citizenship like any other immigrant has. they have to wait in line and go through the process. like everybody else did. trump expanded it to 1.8 million and where are the democrats? >> you want to decrease legal migration. >> hang on. >> that's what makes us great. >> laura: 400,000 of the green card holders are chain migration. nothing to do with merit. fantastic. on the eve of the g-7 summit, president trump and foreign leaders having a spat. stick around for a treat inside from one of maggie's former aids.
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>> laura: u.s. ambassador to germany is facing calls for his ouster after he said it was his goal to empower anti-establishment forces in europe. german lawmaker warned if me is not here to be a traditional
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ambassador but a pr person for the alt-right we will have an issue. the bloom may be off for president president trump and the french report. this thing with rick, before we get into the g-7 summit. he is one of the most amazing people. a fantastic ambassador. number 3, he is very pro-trump. more of a populist. what is going on here. tell me about the involvement in the iran deal? >> yes, i think richard has done a great job in berlin. he is advancing u.s. interests in europe. saying a lot of things that are pro-american, but the germans or some elements of the german political leadership are
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reacting negatively to. that he is doing his job representing the united states. he is not representing germany. he is representing the american people. as soon as he got to berlin, he pointed out that the german companies investing in iran should cut out. that's the right message. >> laura: but they are going crazy on that right now. reliance industry and others make big bucks in iran. >> yes, you have a german companies up to their necks investing in iran. the us dropped the nuclear deal is dead in the water. he pointed that fact out that and that upset political elite in german. >> laura: they know what he thinks about the great migration. he is in line with the great migration and the islamic immigrants in europe. hungary don't want any part of this. now italy the populist movement is catching fire.
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i think the germans are on the wrong side of popular opinion. >> we are looking at the end of german dominance in europe. the time when merkel could tell everybody what to do. that time is over. she made a big mistake letting 1.5 million immigrants into the country. against the will of the german people. >> laura: it's a disaster. machron tweeted the american president may not mind being isolated. neither do we. signing a six country agreement they representative values and economic market. they were 2 peas in a pod and now breaking is up is hard to. >> it's the end of the bro-mans. i think it was superficial. i think he has a different vision to that of president trump. i think french think differently on many things. >> laura: we have to come
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around. they need our trade and market. do you think trump will call him french fry or anything like that? >> i am not sure if he will go that far. but i think the french understand they are dealing with a tough president here. >> laura: we'll be right back. great segment's f ine. yeah, it's fine. you okay? eczema. it's fine. hey! hi! aren't you hot? eczema again? it's fine. i saw something the other day. your eczema could be something called atopic dermatitis, which can be caused by inflammation under your skin. maybe you should ask your doctor? go to to learn more.
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miles from washington dc but that is the street three or four blocks from where we are. they are anticipating their look wins out, i don't want to jinx it. shannon bream is here and getting through that traffic. >> it is tricky getting home. before you are here to celebrate, thank you so much. fox news alert, major breaking news tonight. the man tasked with overseeing security and classified information to the senate intelligence committee has been indicted and arrested amid allegations of multiple reporters including one from the new york times when the committee was investigating russian interference in the presidential election. plus reaction from paul ryan's comments on this bygate controversy. and henry digging into the pres.'s unconventional to somatic --


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