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groupthink which is in abundance right now. my word. have a great night. we'll be back tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. in the meantime, the great sean hannity is back in the united states. they let to a man and he's in new york city for the hour. >> sean: it's 9:00 p.m. in new york city, 9:00 p.m. and our nation's capital 9:00 a.m. instinct -- in singapore and thankfully i'm home. leading with developing stories. huge breaking news. house judiciary committee announced they will be issuing a subpoena to anti-trump fbi agent peter strzok. the process of the entire deep state being held accountable is now just beginning. all this comes as the inspector general michael horowitz and the fbi director christopher wray appeared before the senate judiciary committee today in order to explain thursday's 500-plus page ig report. days after the findings were released, we are still uncovering more shocking instances of what is rampant bias, rampant abuse of power at
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the highest levels of the fbi. still, horowitz is claiming that the bias didn't impact the clinton investigation or the mueller witch hunt despite example after example of shocking trump hate word, hillary love by lead investigators that were the same in both cases. we are going to show you why quarrel which is dead wrong. we will show you why robert mueller must literally wrap up what was an incredibly flawed investigation from day one. conducted by the same high-ranking corrupt investigators who gave hillary clinton the "get out of jail" free card. the ig confirmed today james comey, we warned him he is under investigation for mishandling classified information. we will explain why he is in serious legal trouble. next we will dive into the media's new favorite of session: the so-called policy of separating legal american
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families detained at the border. we will expose how border enforcement is being used by fuel on the left and the democrats to trash the president and all the while, again misleading you the american people. sit tight. it's time for tonight very important news breaking opening monologue. inspector general michael horowitz has a lot of explaining to do. after 18 months of work, his report was released last thursday and it shows the huge, massive missteps, corruption, mistakes surrounding the fbi and the department of justice during the so-called clinton investigation, including example after example of how the fix was in from the get-go to help hillary clinton and literally destroy then candidate donald trump. however, the ig did not make prosecutorial conclusions about the obvious felonies that hillary committed and was totally and unjustly exonerated from.
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the facts are actually, as we've been telling you from the get-go, and they are irrefutable. mishandling classified, top-secret information on a private server. obstructing justice, deleting 33,000 subpoenaed emails, acid washing the hard drive with bleach bit and having aids destroy evidence, devices with a hammer. and removing sim cards. any other american, and a view out there would've been locked up, thrown in prison for exactly what hillary clinton did. still, the ig report do not fault the fes decision to clear clinton of all charges. what they really decided is "not to second-guess the conclusions while they in fact presented what is now a mountain of evidence proving the guilt. sadly the swamp protects the swamp. it's now clear if hillary rodham clinton had a real investigation, she would have been indicted. politics of the highest level of the fbi sadly prevented all of that.
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let's break things down in these findings. see if any reasonable person would ever make the conclusion that political buyers did not play a major role inside the fbi. let's look at this text. august 8, 2016, high-ranking fbi attorney lisa page and her colleague, boyfriend peter strzok who was the lead investigator in the clinton case. lisa page writes "trump is not ever going to become president, right?" strzok replies no, no, he's not. we will stop it. then page calls trump and exite exited. idiot, menace, loathsome human being. this is from the lead investigator and the lead fbi attorney. the bias didn't stop with them. the message from yet another high-ranking agent on the case. trump supporters are poor to
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middle-class, uneducated, lazy pos think he will magically grant them jobs for doing nothing. one agent interviewed hillary clinton called her the president. in a message to a colleague, said "trump can't win." october 28, 2016, shortly after comey announced he would be reopening the clinton investigation, another unnamed fbi attorney sent an instant message to a fellow fbi employee and that read "i am clinging to small pockets of happiness in the dark times of the republic's destruction." following trump's election victory, that same fbi attorney sent an instant message and that read "i am numb." fellow employee responding "i can't stop crying." get this, according to the ig report, "agents involved in the clinton foundation investigated were instructed to take no overt investigative steps prior to th" would you get that treatment?
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this of course is the report found that the fbi was actually intimidated by clinton's high-ranking legal team. the report also found that high-ranking doj officials tried to get a job for his son in the clinton campaign. i'll while sharing, linking case information about the ongoing server investigation the clinton campaign chairman john podesta. it's unbelievable. believe it or not, there is so much more. listen to what senator lindsey graham laid out at today's hearing. he was on fire. take a look. >> this was an email sent in february 2016. from page to mccabe. "hey, usually already considered this. but in my view, our best reason to hold the line at 2 and 2, two agents into prosecutors issue might be our next president." how did you feel about that? >> we were concerned about it and we laid it out why.
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>> let's keep talking about this interview. one of the fbi agents in the interview said on election day to another fbi agent, you should know that i am with her. "her," was clinton, right? >> >> correct. >> how do you feel about that? >> very concerned. >> eventually very concerned seems to be enough already. i'm glad you found what you found, mr. horwitz. i'm not buying that the clinton email and prestige was on the up and up. >> sean: i am not buying it either. you still think political bias didn't play a role in the fbi's decisions? at the center of all this is fbi trump-hating agent peter strzok. he is being subpoenaed by the house judiciary committee in order to better determine why the fbi and the doj withheld many of his anti-trump text. we still haven't gotten them all. remember, he was the lead fbi agent in the hillary clinton investigation. he is the one who vowed to stop
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a trump presidency in a text with his girlfriend, lisa page. according to the ig report, page was a high-ranking fbi attorney who was used by andrew mccabe. yeah, that andrew mccabe. of course they bypass the fbi's chain of command and he got to manager the clinton investigation. next we knew peter strzok, andrew weissmann, those names sound familiar? those anti-trump democratic donors had the same people to finish the exoneration of hillary and put the fix in and tapped by robert mueller for his trump-russia witch hunt. many of those same agents that cleared hillary, they were then immediately appointed to investigate trump. the very agents hatred about trump, vowing to stop his presidency, mocking trump supporters, the same people tapped to investigate trump.
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question by the inspector general, which means the entire russia investigation from the get-go was as corrupt as the hillary cover-up, and it was the case from day one. that's the very definition itself right there of what i've been saying. a two-tiered justice system. no equal justice under the law or equal application of our law laws. if true justice had prevailed, if hillary clinton got indicted, as she should have in the fall of 2016, the electoral process would've been turned on its head. the deep states of choice for president would be out of the race. trump would actually be the resident without any of this mueller garbage that he's had to deal with almost his entire presidency. that's why hillary clinton, she got the white glove treatment by these investigators, openly rooting for her to win the election. president trump, everyone associated with them, they got the sledgehammer. thrown down by the very same
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people that gave hillary a pass. tonight we are also learning james comey is under investigation for mishandling classified information. remember, he intentionally leaked his personal notes about conversations he had with the president. that's illegal. you are not allowed to do that. in order to set the ball rolling for the anti-trump special counsel. his buddy, robert mueller, to begin his investigation or witch hunt. the ig also found is fbi director comey was insubordinate and totally mishandled the clinton investigation. legal scholar jonathan turley, a democrat, is now saying these findings in the ig report exonerate trump from any obstruction of justice charges which means they should all end and end now. take a look. >> to me, obstruction claim involving comey was always difficult but after the ig, it's become virtually income principal because the ig said that comey was insubordinate, that he deviated from policies.
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he violated fbi policies. all those are a good reason to fire james comey. so the problem that's going to come up for the critics of president trump is that this dog just won't hunt when you've got both the ig and the deputy attorney general saying he deserved to be fired. you can't assume everything against him. there is another interesting aspect here. if mueller was really going after obstruction based on come comey, then rosenstein would have to recuse himself. rosenstein said that if mueller told him he was a witness, he would remove himself. he hasn't done that which makes me think one of two things. either mueller is ignoring conflicts of interest or he's not seriously pursuing that angle. >> sean: president trump's attorney rudy giuliani calling for an investigation into the investigators, something we have been discussing for a long time. take a look. >> 1 of 5 individuals outlined in the ig report as potentially facing disciplinary action. are you calling for something
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sharper than that? >> you are darn right. disciplinary action on these making comments like that? not part of the probe? he started it. he was with it for its first couple of months. mueller kept him on. how much did he infect the probe with his own very, very extreme positions? i don't know. but i sure want to find out before i go forward. i mean, this is a case where it's crying out for someone to investigate the investigators. >> sean: absolutely. even deep states i could affiant turn cnn fake news pundit jim clapper, he's ready for mueller to wrap this up. he likely knows he and brendan will eventually be exposed. take a look. >> i think the overarching point here is this whole issue has got to come to a resolution. at some point. special counsel mueller and his team i hope will wrap up the investigation and clear the air
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one way or the other whether ore was collusion with the russians. this is a cloud that's hanging over the country and certainly hanging over this presidency. and i do hope that happens. >> sean: change of heart? we are going to have a lot more on mueller in the ig report in just a moment. first let's turn to a story that's causing a five-alarm fire in the halls of the mainstream destroy-trump media surrounding reports that the children of illegal immigrants are being separated from their parents upon entering the country illegally. look, let's start and be clear. nobody, nobody wants children who are safely in the custody of their parents separated. nobody wants that. but truth matters, and facts matter. earlier today, dhs secretary kirstjen nielsen responded to these claims, she set the record straight with important information that the media is all too happy as usual to ignore. take a look. >> let's just start with a few numbers and facts. in the last three months, we've seen illegal immigration on our
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southern border exceed 50,000 people each month. multiples over each month last year. since this time last year, there's been a 325% increase in unaccompanied alien children and a 435% increase in family units entering the country illegally. over the last ten years, there's been a 1700% increase in asylum claims. resulting in an asylum backlog in our country of 600,000 cases. since 2013, the united states has admitted more than half a million illegal immigrant miners and family units from central america, most of whom today are at large in the united states. at the same time, large criminal organization such as ms-13 have violated our borders and gained a deadly foothold within the united states. this entire crisis, just to be clear, is not new.
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it's been occurring and expanded over many decades. but currently it's the exclusive product of loopholes in our federal immigration law that prevent illegal immigrants minors and family members from being detained and removed their home country. >> sean: secretary nielsen went on to explain why in some rare cases the children of illegal immigrants are separated from their parents. here's what she said. >> dhs does have responsibility to protect minors, and in that case as well we will only supper the family if we cannot determine there is a familiar relationship, if the child may be at risk with the parent or legal guardian, or if the parent or legal guardian is referred for prosecution. >> sean: nielsen also made an important comparison to how the government treats our own citizens. oh, important. take a watch. >> let's be clear. if an american were to commit a crime anywhere in the united states come in they would go to jail and they would be separated from their family. this is not a controversial idea. >> sean: finally, secretary nielsen reminded everyone in the
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media that this is nothing new and took place in previous administrations. yeah, facts matter. take a look. >> the obama administration, bush and administration all separated families -- they absolutely did. their rate was less than ours but they absolutely did do this. this is not new. >> reporter: minors there's no doubt about that. >> they separated families. >> sean: an important point. remembering the photo showing immigrant children in cages. some of the media first attribute of that picture to the trump administration but it actually occurred of course during the obama administration. in fact, the obama imagination, not trump administration, they are the ones that started a policy of actually detaining minors for months. but the media didn't report, barely onto. in fact, one democrat actually did admit that obama was able to somehow keep his actions at the border very quiet. wonder why. >> under the obama
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administration, there was, according to "the washington post" reporting, a surging number of unaccompanied minors being apprehended at the border in 2014. there were nearly 70,000, according to the post reporting. >> in many ways, i think -- i don't know what image you are using. i released some of those photos because it was kept very quiet under the obama administration. there were large numbers of people coming in. the obama administration was trying to keep this quiet. >> sean: of course no aid outrage for the media over obama but withdrawn, it's it's a totally different story. there is another factor. they want a distraction from all the lies they have been peddling to you for the last 18 months. as i said earlier, no one likes the idea of separating any child from any parent. but this issue has been in the hands of congress, and right now the whole issue can be fixed. every law can be changed, and if they did their job, it would happen. it is the law. democrats of course prefer to make it a political issue. they want to win in 2018.
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they want their power back. those on the left only want open borders which means this issue probably is not going away. they need to come to the table, agree to a serious immigration reform, including the construction of the wall. they already have the president concede on daca but they prefer to demagogue rather than fix the issue. sad reality. joining us now for more on our top story, fox news contributor sara carter, investigative reporter, author, it's out soon. july is coming. the russia hoax. gregg jarrett, fox news legal analyst. let's start with the hearings today. as you dig deeper into the ig report, all you see are all these trump-hating lead investigators. then the very same people, they put the fix in and rigged what would've put any other american in jail with hillary, and they immediately go start the russia investigation on trump. does that then disqualify and
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put into doubt from the get-go the mueller witch hunt? >> it absolutely does. as jonathan turley pointed out, there is no possible way that mueller can pursue obstruction of justice against president trump because both the ig and the acting attorney general has said comey richly deserved to be fired. today's best moment really happened on the cross examination by senator lindsey graham. he said i am not buying this. inspector general, the bias at the fbi was so severe, so pervasive, it had to influence o clear hillary clinton. he pointed to the exoneration statement that comey initially found clinton guilty under the espionage act but somebody changed the language ever so slightly and that in addition allowed comey to exonerate clinton when in fact she had committed a crime.
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>> sean: the swamp answer, sara, as it relates to we are not going to second-guess prosecutorial discretion, as they call it here. tell that to kristian saucier. he spent a year in jail and there were many other examples, as we pointed out in our progra program. what's interesting is that he won't make that determination but then the entire report just example after example of blatant corruption and bias by the top people involved in this and how much they love hillary, protect her. then the same people take a sledgehammer and literally try and destroy trump from the get-go. >> sean, i think this was such an important hearing today. gregg is right on the money. i think senator graham gave the best cross-examination ever. there were a number of things that came out of that. that exoneration, that change in language, actually appears to be the insurance policy that peter
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strzok was talking about with lisa page, his paramour. they were looking for an insurance policy. in another text message and in that same text message, let me go back to that. they talk about andy's office. andy mccabe. it would be deputy director andrew mccabe. the most important question was the one that senator graham asked. it was andrew mccabe in that meeting with peter strzok and lisa page? and we need to know that from strzok and page. those two need to be interviewed. and then andrew mccabe needs to be interviewed again. these are that's the case, if he was in that meeting, this is the most frightening, frightening example of fbi power since j. edgar hoover. americans should be terrified of it. they were rigging an election. >> sean: and that's the whole point here. that's why it's the biggest abuse of power, option scandal ever. the similarities in terms of the
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mueller investigation and the hillary rigged investigation are eerie in this way, gregg jarrett. in as much as you have all of these same people that have been exposed here, and then you look at jeannie ray and andrew weissmann and all the democratic donors. it is the same corruption that will only be exposed down the line, although we've known for a long time, in robert miller's witch hunt. it's no different. >> it sort of makes you wonder the only people who actually work at the fbi, peter strzok, lisa page, andy mccabe and james comey him and after all, they commandeered this case away from that field office. why did they do that? they wanted to control it. it was also being controlled by the obama white house. that's abundantly clear. and yes, mueller exampled a team of partisans, some of whom were also in on the hillary clinton
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case. >> sean: this is the case of the beginning of the process and a lot of these people are in deep trouble. more analysis of the congressional hearing on the ig report and senator hatch blade into the fbi director. newt gingrich coming up. your brain changes as you get older. but prevagen helps your brain with an ingredient originally discovered... in jellyfish. in clinical trials, prevagen has been shown to improve short-term memory. prevagen. the name to remember.
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>> these are senior agency officials. they were running two of the most important investigations in the bureau's history. and they were insubordinate? grossly unprofessional in their communications and even untruthful. so let's not pretend like this was someone off problem. there is a serious problem with the culture at fbi headquarters. your statement last week seemed to suggest we shouldn't worry too much about the events
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detailed in the inspector general report because they report focuses on a small group of individuals and events. well, i think that's exactly backwards. if we can look at only one or two investigations, and find this much bias and unprofessionalism, i can only imagine what else is out there and what the inspector general found about the conduct of senior nero leadership. i would have to say he found out what would certainly in my opinion be damning. i >> sean: orrin hatch grilling director wray. jason chaffetz, and david shown. let me start with you. horwitz doesn't make the obvious conclusion. not gonna suck and gasper talks about prosecutorial discretion. this isn't about discretion
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because there's never been a bigger case of obstruction. or in the case of hillary clinton, it's a slam-dunk for any prosecutor and if were going to apply the law like we did to kristian saucier and others, it should have been applied here and he should have said it. but with that said, then he lays out what is a mountain of evidence of how politics drove all of the decision-making of the top investigators. >> this is nearly 600 pages and hours of testimony. from top to bottom, there is nothing but animus and bias that was laid out there. keep in mind that the inspector general doesn't have prosecutorial powers but he can make references, and he did indicate that he does that. i think there are a number of people that are going to the process with the office of professional responsibility. you could have a prosecutor involved in potentially bringing criminal charges. it was revealed that director
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comey is now being actually investigated. in the other thing that i would like is i am foreshadowing, i am guessing here, it's hard to prove why they didn't prosecute something. why they didn't take action. but then if you look -- if you look at the fisa abuse, and you look at the russia probe, then you take that same cast of characters and say okay, now that you're going to take action, what did they do against donald trump? that case may be easier to prove. >> sean: those same politically biased lead investigators, you pointed out, page 378 of the report, footnote 181 of my memory serves me. that even horowitz was shocked at the idea that the same people that had such a political bias against trump for hillary, then immediately began the process of going after trump. >> that's right. page 328, footnote 181.
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the prosecutorial discretion idea is a red herring here because here's what we know. and by the way, the ig acknowledged he cannot say political bias didn't affect the decision. he said he found no direct evidence. here is the issue. the entire universe of evidence that the prosecutor had before them was of function of what these investigators who we now know had proven bias, what they decided to search out, what they decided to focus on, and what they decided to reveal and conceal. so to say the prosecutor made a decision when we know the whole body of evidence the prosecutor had, it's a red herring. let me say this. one reason i take it so seriously. i am the son of an fbi agent and i'm very good friends with michael horowitz, the inspector general. professionally and personally. he laid out here when he said so they doubt and a cloud over the fbi over the clinton email investigation and he said specifically today over the russia investigation, the fact that you have common agents and now you have a team that
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mueller picked, will we know how very important the integrity of the investigation is. to handpick a team that is of the same ilk as these other investigators but more sophisticated and conniving, it puts a dark cloud of the entire mueller investigation. >> sean: congressman schiff it's, the fact that these same people that rigged hillary's investigation that would've put any american in jail, the then immediately they are the beginnings, the foundation of the mueller witch hunt. does that then render their investigation corrupt from the start? and don't we have the same problem with mueller in as much as jeannie ray and his pit bull andrew weissmann and their atrocious track record. jeannie ray was a lawyer for the clinton foundation. weissman, i have laid out his corrupt record. numerous times. what does that do? aren't we in the same situation except it's a little bit earlier
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in the process? >> we know the inspector general for months has been looking at potential fisa abuse, russia investigation, and he will dive further into it. what congress needs to do tomorrow which they didn't do with the senators, they need to unmask the fbi agents and attorneys that were engaged. they are highlighted in the report but they are not named. that will allow congress to be able to yank those people in and start doing the interviews. when devin nunes and trey gowdy and john ratcliffe are doing in terms of getting the documents out of the fbi, that's absolutely pivotal. >> sean: do see crimes here, david schoen, by a number of these high-ranking people? >> absolutely. but you know what i would like to see now? i would like to see the american public realize how important it is that you focus on each of these players in the mueller investigation. you know i would like to see now? i would like to see their email communications. i would like to see were jeannie ray, who represented clinton in the email investigation, what does she say about it? mr. weissmann, who commended
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sally yates for bucking president trump. >> sean: andrew weissmann, miller's pitbull, was at hillary clinton so-called victory party. it can't get any more corrupt. it's the same exact thing earlier in the process. >> absolutely. >> that's right. >> exposed today, one of the most important things, the stiff arm the ig was given by the fbi. they would not give them those text messages, and it took four iterations. that's a bigger story and hopefully will come out tomorrow in the house hearing. >> sean: thank you both. >> they still don't have them. >> sean: this is just beginning. all of these people, rank-and-file fbi, they are going to talk. just the beginning. tomorrow's a big day. when we come back, a lot more to come. former speaker of the house newt gingrich is with us. that straight ahead.
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>> sean: the destroyer have been trump median level democrats will do anything to detract from the president's successes and they are numerous. a new gallup poll called survey satisfaction with the u.s. direction and a 12 year high. numbers don't lie. facts don't lie. here with reaction, the author of the new book it chronicles the president's success in a little over 500 days. it is called "transamerica: the truth about our nation's great comeback.", bookstores everywhere. former speaker the house, newt gingrich. let's go to what was unfolding today and what we know about 15 investigators in the case and at least five of them, the lead guys, hated trump and light hillary clinton. i mean, how could any investigation like that in the same people got involved in the trump-russia probe. immediately thereafter. how could there be any
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legitimacy to mueller's case if that's the origins of this. >> local, i don't think there is any legitimacy and i think it goes back to something that we need to have a deeper national debate about. there really is a deep state. that deep state in the justice department gave 97% of its donations in 2016 to hillary clinton. the language they use. i mean, if you imagine a government employee who use the same language about african-americans or latinos or jewish americans are muslim americans that they use in some of those quotes, about trump supporters, you would have screams to high heaven. it's clear that you had an attitude at the very senior levels, not down at the local caseworker, not down at the local offices, but in the washington headquarters both in the justice department and in
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the fbi, the senior figures by any possible standard are corrupt. and they clearly were operating on the premise that hillary was going to get to be president and therefore anything they said or did was fine because she would cover it up. >> sean: if they did their job, they would've set the entire 2016 election to utter chaos. both their animus, animus, antipathy, downright hatred. why are you laughing? for president trump, and you are right, and his supporters, the people that voted. why are you laughing? >> if people had done their job, hillary would've faced jail time in 1978 in '79 which made $98,000 on a $1,000 investment in cattle futures with "the wall street journal" figured out was a 6 trillion to one impossibility.
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spent her whole career -- "fox news @ night" should we conclude there is no equal justice under the law, equal application of our laws, that clinton has one standard than the rest of us are screwed? >> no, we should conclude that the american left is quite comfortable with corruption because it so deeply despises the american system, whether that is barack obama, whether it is the attorney general under obama, whether it is comey or mueller. all of these people are the same people and they go back for over a decade. you can go back and find them again and again coming up in ways. >> sean: this is an american election. we are not the former soviet union. we are not venezuela, or at least i didn't think so. but if the stands and it appears it does, show me where hillary is going to get the indictment she deserves. and when is this witch hunt
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going to stop what it was all predicated on the biggest anti-trump which hunters in the world, proven by their statements. >> look, first of all, i don't know that anybody who was on the corruptions side of this is necessarily safe. it unravels gradually and keeps unraveling. it's going to keep unraveling some more. every week that goes by, we learn new things. they are horrifying things, and frankly they should remind all of us how close we came to losing the country. you have between obama and clinton a total disregard for the american tradition, a total disregard for the truth, whether they were lying about benghazi or they were lying about bin laden, or they were lying about the russians or they are lying about the campaign. these people didn't care because they came out of a left-wing background.
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>> sean: here is my question. how do we -- i will concede the point, and patients is not my greatest virtue. not that i have a lot of great virtues. but in all seriousness that i know this is the beginning, are you confident that what should be the equal application of laws especially with hillary and especially -- mueller's team is as corrupt as comey's team was going after, investigating clinton. it is the same people. it is all sorted by the same people. it should render it illegitimat illegitimate. >> i believe that people who want to preserve the rule of law have to keep the pressure up. and i very much admire what senator hatch was doing today, what senator grassley was doing. i look forward to cumbersome and goodlatte tomorrow.
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people are getting aroused and are moving. >> sean: mr. speaker, congrats on the success of the book out in bookstores. when we come back, the president is calling out these trump-hating clinton fbi agents and people who gave her a past my peter strzok and company, and we are going to tell you why. get reaction from dr. gorka. michael caputo also with us with his personal story involving all of this. straight ahead. buttons clicking] [ camera shutter clicks ] so, now that you have a house, you can use homequote explorer. quiet. i'm blasting my quads. janice, look. i'm in a meeting. -janice, look. -[ chuckles ] -look, look. -i'm looking. it's easy. you just answer some simple questions online, and you get coverage options to choose from. you're ruining my workout. cycling is my passion.
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>> sean: breaking news tonight, house judiciary committee is going to subpoena trump-hating fbi agent peter strzok over the weekend. over the weekend, the president wrote on twitter: "why was the fbi's sick loser, peter strzok, working on the totally discredited mueller team of 13 angry and conflicted democrats, when strzok was giving crooked hillary a free
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pass yet telling his lover, lawyer lisa page, that "we'll stop" trump from becoming president? witch hunt!" joining us with reaction, former trump campaign aide michael caputo, author of the upcoming book "why we fight." fellow i guess you could say singaporean visitor with me. fox news national security strategist, dr. sebastian gorka. you have amended your testimony and revealed that in fact you held the reins, i don't want to put words in your mouth, a meeting between what turned out to be i guess in fda's by posing as russian that was going to hand over information to your friend, to roger stone. and you didn't reveal it before. why not -- obviously it's important. why didn't you reveal it earlier? >> i mean, it amounted to a
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minute on the phone with the guy whose name he claimed was henry greenberg. i assumed he was a russian or at least an israeli from his accent. but he is offering negative information about hillary. >> sean: you didn't know he was a russian? >> when i spoke to the mueller investigation about this, i told them i assumed he was a russian but i thought he was an american citizen. as it turned out, the mueller investigation already knew that he was a russian citizen, not an american citizen. that really set off alarm bells for me because when i disclosed it to the mueller investigation unprompted, they knew more about it than i did. they knew he was a russian citizen, not an american. and so to me -- "fox news @ night" what testimony did you have to amend? now you know it's an fbi spy. >> the house select committee on intelligence, i amended my testimony from july of 2017, i
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amended last week with the help of my attorney. my attorney helped me refresh my memory on this before the senate and mueller investigation where he told me i was going to have to do that even though the investigation was closed. >> sean: to close the loop on this and then roger stone met with the guy. he wanted $2 million with of information on hillary and roger stone said pound sand. >> neither of us remember that because it was brief and glancing. it bounced off of me to roger. i feel really bad about asking roger to meet with this guide to see if he had anything interesting. we had no reason to believe he was representing any foreign government. as it turns out, he was representing the fbi. >> sean: dr. gorka, again we are back to the spying issue. only only trump campaign and the same investigators that gave hillary a pass, then investigate trump and when you compare and
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contrast their method, it's brutal to trump and kid gloves with hillary. when you hear that, was there -- let me put it this way. is there one member of congress, if you get a call and they say i've got dirt on your opponent, would you like to hear what i have? it's not illegal to say yeah. i don't think there's one member of congress or the senate who would say no, i'm not taking your call. i don't want to hear what dirt you have on my opponent. that is a crock. it's not realistic. it's not true. nor is it illegal. >> it's why we have the phrase "opposition research," sean. but i have a hand that anybody would accept that information. on the other hand, why would the obama fbi not inform at least donald trump that they had suspicions that there were russians trying to get into his campaign. the whole thing stinks. you know my opinion of the ig report. it's an extension of a cover-up.
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it doesn't really get to the so what. but one thing we learn from the ig report said just how politically suffused with bias the obama doj and fbi are. they tried to subvert -- >> sean: at the highest levels levels. >> tried to subvert the court of justice. and then tried to undermine an election. >> sean: yeah, yeah, which is the title of gregg jarrett's book. thank you both. i appreciate it. when we come back with the video of the day. how the media on the left were surrounding the get-go about donald trump. we've got the video proof. big . that's why there's otezla. otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's a pill that treats differently. for psoriasis, 75% clearer skin is achievable with reduced redness, thickness, and scaliness of plaques. and for psoriatic arthritis, otezla is proven to reduce joint swelling, tenderness, and pain. and the otezla prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring.
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miracle-ear. >> sean: this past weekend marked the three year anniversary of president trump announcing his run for office. it was on the left never thought he would won the nomination, never thought he would defeat hillary clinton and they sure as didn't think he would be this successful as president. it's nice video of the day. we are going to remind our viewers how the left has been so
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wrong the entire time, as they are wrong today about donald trump. >> donald trump has been saying he's going to run for president of the republicans which is surprising because i soon he was running as a joke. >> look at me. i will personally write you a campaign check now on behalf of this country which does not want you to be president but which badly wants you to run. >> we better be ready for the fact that he might be leading the republican ticket. [laughter] >> president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in history of the united states! real donald trump. well, at least i will go down as a president. >> sean: wrong, wrong, wrong, as usual.
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and they have lied to you for the last 18 months. they've been wrong on that. listen, this is only the beginning. of the troubles for all these corrupt people. thanks for being with us. we will always be fair and balanced. let not your heart be troubled. there she is, laura ingraham. i am back. did you miss me? >> laura: hannity, the singaporeans are wondering, you are such a good tipper. they are wondering when you are coming back. >> sean: true story. we included, you will include 10%. there is some truth to that. >> laura: hannity is a very big tipper, i can attest to that. he puts all the liberal hotshots to shame. shawn, i'm so happy you got back safely. fantastic show. >> sean: i am a former dishwasher. >> laura: okay, got it. good evening from l.a. i am laura ingraham, mrs. "the