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>> that all-time we have tonight. all the episodes, you can get and go online. you will get all the impersonations i can't do on tv. shannon bream, take it from here. >> fox news alert, new england patriots owner bob kraft caught in a florida prostitution sing. articulate turning himself into police facing a dozen charges of aggravated sexual abuse. this should the light on alleged sexual assault by lieutenant governor of virginia and the connection between donald trump's labor secretary and it will be financier accused of having sex with underage girls. some rich and powerful men with
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criminal allegations involving sex crimes where victims were either underage or virtually ignored. all the stories breaking late tonight. trace gallagher is on the case. >> reporter: weeks after the patriots won the sixth super bowl robert kraft is accused of paying for sexual acts in jupiter, florida. this was part of the month-long sex trafficking investigation, robert kraft is not involved with sex trafficking. police say they do have him on video receiving sexual acts. a spokesperson denies the allegations and donald trump said this. >> very sad. i was surprised to see it. he proclaimed his innocence totally but i'm very surprised to see it. >> craft is facing misdemeanors that regularly result in jail time but are kelly could be looking at 70 years in prison. kelly whose real name is robert kelly was charged with 10 counts of aggregated sexual abuse involving four victims, eight
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them between ages of 13, and 17. michael avenatti who represented stormy daniels says he gave chicago prosecutors video evidence of kelly having sex with a girl who said several times on tape that she is 14. >> today marks a watershed moment in 25 years of abuse by this predator known as are kelly. >> reporter: his attorney says the allegations are false. he was on child pornography charges and acquitted on 2008. alexander acosta is back in the hot seat for a plea deal he struck a decade ago with jeffrey epstein who is accused of molesting 80 women and trafficking minors from overseas to perform at sex parties. epstein was facing life in prison but because of the plea agreement by miami's are prosecutors epstein and observing 13 months in palm beach county jail.
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the deal gave his victims no recourse. now a federal judge in florida says the agreement was illegal and some democratic lawmakers want donald trump to demand acosta's resignation. mike: thanks a lot. mere hours before the general assembly session ends a push by republicans to investigate one of virginia's top democrats. jillian turner has the latest on a controversy that almost got overshadowed and even forgotten. >> it's been two weeks and two women get forward to detail sexual assault allegations against virginia's lieutenant governor, justin fairfax, the state's republicans say until today there has been crickets from the democrats. >> we work diligently to create
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a bipartisan way to investigate, a special subcommittee would have been 5-5, 5 republicans, 5 democrats and conduct the investigation, that was declined. >> a breakout move, republicans from the house of delegates sometimes announced and announced a hearing. >> the courts of justice committee will schedule a meeting. we invite doctor tyson and miss watson to testify. we will also be inviting lieutenant governor fairfax to testify. this will give all parties a chance to be heard. >> reporter: watson's attorney accepted immediately saying, quote, she looks forward to testifying at this form. echoing a theme familiar from last year's confirmation hearing for brett kavanaugh added, quote, it is our understanding that the hearing will be public and televise and be subject to the same rules and requirements including a right to present witnesses and corroborated is. she claims fairfax raped her when both are undergraduate students at duke university two decades ago.
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vanessa tyson, a professor at scripps college in california claims fairfax sexually assaulted her during the democratic national convention in 2004. both called for fairfax to resign and publicly indicated their desire to testify against him. the question is when? republicans and alleged victims are eager to get the ball rolling in general is a recession and tomorrow but virginia's constitution would allow lawmakers to return at a later date especially to hold this hearing if that is what they choose to do. mike: bad behavior but so little time. we have a check of time to discuss how the famous have fallen. fox news contributors and former virginia congresswoman barbara comstock great to have you all. should virginia democrats work with republicans to investigate the sexual assault allegations against lieutenant governor
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justin fairfax to take partisanship out of it? >> absolutely. no question about it. these issues should not be seen through a partisan lens. that the that is what is going on. but lack of investigation of justin fairfax is basically moral malpractice on behalf of democratic politicians. these scandals we are seeing today, thank goodness it was national margarita day. scandal after scandal after scandal. can we start to finally talk about toxic masculinity which i'm not saying is something that is about all men are bad but how it is defined by sex and violence and aggression and that is where we are in society. we have to address this. are kelly, finally good to see him in handcuffs. for 25 years he has been doing this too young, black,
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vulnerable girls and the contributions his managers and agents and lawyers, they need to be held accountable. the list goes on and on and on. >> you know a lot of key players, they will bring in lieutenant governor fairfax's accusers to testify. your thoughts where they stand now? >> i served in the state house and would like to commend speaker cox for taking this action. he was trying to work on a bipartisan committee so the action would have to be bipartisan. inextricably democrats refuse to work with him. democrat women, dozens aren't doing anything but i want to point out two democrat men delegates saying they should go forward and it should be bipartisan. over the last year and a half as we work on me too issues in congress and hollywood it was
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not about party, it was about getting those who were in power and misusing their power and getting them out of wherever they were abusing people and make it a level playing field and allow victims to come forward. we still have due process in a legal system and a political open system so that is what they need to do with justin fairfax and it is disgraceful that today, one of my former colleagues, and the minority leader say we really can't do this. of course they can do it and they should do it and virginians deserve it and we need to hear from justin fairfax as well as the women who want to come forward. >> you covered sports at the highest level. can you get your head around robert kraft, world champion new england patriots involved with this prostitution case in florida? >> the worst is yet to come.
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my colleagues that we could have as much is 175 names still to come out, even bigger names than his. there are a lot of jokes on social media but this is a serious thing. the question will be what knowledge if any did he have of potential sex trafficking. there were a couple locations in florida, not just a particular massage parlor he went to and a lot of people i talked to were shocked that this is so out of the norm, they are coming off of a super bowl win, the sixth super bowl under craft in the bill belichick era that this would happen but i don't think we take it lightly at all. >> i am on the board of just ask prevention and human trafficking. this is an issue we worked on bipartisan. what they will tell you is when you are paying for sex, 80% of
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those people are trafficked. to say -- a human trafficking sting case was involved. to say you don't know that is something the public needs to understand because it is not just about prevention but it is about stopping those who are soliciting and engaging and to say you are ignorant when we actually know that 80% of the people involved in any type of prostitution are trafficked, that is something we've tried to educate the public on a bipartisan basis and pastor for human trafficking laws to build that reality. >> the commissioner and robert kraft, consequences with the nfl? >> that is where it doesn't go to the full extent where he really could get some pushback. he goes to every game, away games, home games, could be a
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$500,000 fine and 6-game suspension for the code of conduct for the lead policy. there is some bad blood. i could see roger goodell trying to flex some muscle. >> matt walsh said smallest stage to hate crime and still has a job. northram were blackface and still has a job. he was accused of rape by two women and still has a job. don't tell me about privilege, no one is more privileged in modern america than a leftist, your reaction to that. >> this should not be looked at through a partisan ones especially when at one point there were no less than three stories on the page of the new york times about sexual abuse and sexual exploitation, robert kraft, the catholic church, are kelly. i think jussie smollett should be thrown into jail. he planted seeds of hate that
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are going to grow exponentially and there are many people on the left to recognize that and condemned it just like we have with our kelly and we should in the same way look at these billionaires and go back to the beginning of your reporting around labor secretary alex acosta. his job was to protect victims. instead he chose to protect the billionaire pedophile. billionaires involved in sexual abuse have to have some accountability. >> we have to leave it there. thanks so much. the president says it is more than likely a deal will happen in trade negotiations with china two days before traveling to vietnam for a second summit with rashida tlaib. what does the president have planned? >> reporter: the first wave of
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administration officials had westwards vietnam but they go having left expectations slightly but not much above calling it just a photo op. here is mike pompeo. >> the good news is they haven't conducted missile tests in over a year. that is better than when the trump administration came into office but the administration said this is a long and difficult task. >> reporter: donald trump struck a more optimistic tone and said everything was on the table. he appeared paul is that of about foreign-policy calling the trade deal very likely ahead of a march 1st deadline for more tariffs. that opposition sent the dow for its first close above 26,000 in three months and the president said he would continue to count on the chinese's help with the north koreans. let's look at the promises coming out of last year's joint statement of the first meeting
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with rashida tlaib -- kim jong-il in. gina has to accused pyongyang of being committed to, quote, developing a long-range nuclear arms missile that would pose a direct threat to the united states. of you perhaps a little different than her boss. >> we have a great relationship, singapore was a tremendous success. only the fake news likes to portray it otherwise. we would be in a war with north korea had i not been elected. >> reporter: ahead of the trip is a chorus of questions, the president is willing to give up too much and received too little for kim jong-il and. >> the fact the summit is happening at all is a win for the north korean dictator.
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they are playing down expectations of what is going to happen and that is good for him. >> reporter: what makes this summit so unusual is very little is agreed on by both sides ahead of time and whatever relationships were built by the united states representatives at the last meeting in singapore and in the meantime might go to waste. he might just replace much of his nuclear negotiating team. mike: the president announces next pick for un ambassador. >> it wasn't a big rollout. happened late friday afternoon. kelly night kraft's ambassador to canada and if confirmed would take over at the un. very noteworthy the president that someone who had already gone to the senate confirmation process and also comes from mitch mcconnell's home state. >> stick with fox news for live round-the-clock coverage of the
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second us north korea summit. it all happens in hanoi next wednesday, thursday vietnam time which means our coverage on fox news at night begins tuesday night. shannon bream will be right here is the president and kim jong on go face-to-face again. and extended joe from 11:00 to 1:00 eastern time on tuesday and wednesday night. progressives including kamala harris and elizabeth born among those supporting reparations for slavery. kennett policy go the distance in the 2020 campaign? bernie sanders fires back democrats worried about his age, race and gender. >> we have got tried to move toward a nondiscriminatory society which looks at people based on their abilities, based on what they stand for. most advanced silverado ever. the cab is bigger than the last generation. it's the first truck i've seen make you look small. but that's not all...
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>> mike: >> bernie sanders under fire for expressing his support for a non-discriminatory society. the 2020 candidate and how he is handling the criticism. >> bernie sanders is the second time around her the presidential campaign and he's going to benefit from name recognition in 2020 race but with the rise of identity politics is becoming a target of race and gender recognition and is pushing back on critics. sanders is a 77-year-old white male in a democratic your been shaping up to be younger and more diverse than ever before. he discusses diversity and how it should play into the democratic nomination for president and this is where identity politics is getting play, the late show who pokes fun at sanders after his announcement this week.
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>> but sanders for all that diversity bernie sanders does not believe that hurt his chances. >> we've got to look at candidates not by the color of their skin, by their sexual orientation or gender and not by their age. we've got to try to move toward a nondiscriminatory society which looks at people based on their abilities, based on what they stand for. >> i have a dream where this diverse nation can come together and be led by an old white guy. >> sanders criticism doesn't ring hollywood sanders himself, criticized for running the 20 is -- 2016 campaign is not diverse enough, responding to that claim. >> when people said that our campaign was too white, too male oriented, they are right. you take a look at the staff we are putting together right now,
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take a look at our national cochairs are you will see a fundamental difference in the way our campaign was operated here. >> identity politics be more obvious because of the diversity we are seeing, house minority leader stacy abrams lost her bid for governor and similar comments from elizabeth horn of massachusetts it was in new hampshire. >> i would tell every single candidate to pay attention to identity, talk about it in the context of your larger policies. >> putting more women in positions of power from committee rooms to board rooms, there really nice oval-shaped room at pennsylvania avenue. >> howard shultz running as an independent, described himself as not in color when asked about race but has been criticized by many pundits on the left for such comments. identity politics, something we will see as we get closer to
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2020. >> it is only february 2019. thanks a lot. an illustration of how far left democratic presidential candidates seem willing to go to get the nomination at least three of them are supporting position hillary clinton and barack obama would not take, reparations for african americans. >> reporter: the idea of reparations occasionally arises as a way to write america's historical wrong of slavery but it's getting the attention of some presidential candidates now. >> we've got to address that it is back to the inequity. >> after kamala harris through her support by reparations last week two of the democratic candidates jumped on board yesterday. >> i have long thought this country would be better off if we did find a way to do that. >> reporter: was before and said, quote, we must confront the dark history of slavery and government sanctioned discrimination.
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civil rights activist robert woodson says this is an reparations but it seems pandering. >> i would rather face and honest biggest than a social justice warrior. >> the real reason behind the move is donald trump is pulling the african american vote away from the democratic party. >> african-american unemployment is at an all-time low, historic -- >> polls show only 7% of african american voters support the president wilson believes it is higher. >> 19% of blacks support donald trump. these are concrete steps this administration is taking that if it is done the right way it can really convert democratic voters into swing voters. >> he cites opportunity zones in sentencing reform and blows what employments. supporting reparations might be a risky strategy for all
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candidates given the divisiveness over the issue. one survey found only 32% of african-americans were opposed to it but 85% of white residents were. and of the of the democratic contenders of waiting on reparations. during his 2016 campaign bernie sanders dismissed it telling an interviewer it is like getting through congress is know. number 2020 field offer details how to divvy up reparations among the works mixed-race people or how to handle the groundswell of opposition that will surely follow. >> how did talk democrats embrace reparations for slavery. our power panel is here to weigh in.
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supporting a position hillary clinton and barack obama would not take, reparations for african-americans which let's bring in our panel, democratic strategists zach friend, cofounder of real clear politics tom bevan and senior columnist. i would like you to react to it. >> when we talk about recognizing the inequality, inequity it is not about saying i'm trying to take from those who played by the rules and work tied. good for you, keep it. i am saying we need to be honest and address that not everyone has an equal opportunity to access success and we've got to address that. >> $1 trillion or more to the african-american community the way to go? >> i think a couple things.
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i know senator harris and she is a social justice person and i'm not surprised this is a position she has taken but if this comes up in a democratic primary when you don't have a clear front runner in these issues similar to 2016 when you had 17 republicans running, one way donald trump differentiated himself was making what a lot of the republican establishment would have several controversial stances on immigration. so too in the democratic primary there will be stances that don't jive with a lot of general election voters in the democratic base. there will be some stuff coming up over the next month or two that will be having the same conversation. mike: was into elizabeth warren in manchester, new hampshire. >> we need to confront it head on and talk about how to address it. >> reporter: is there a fear of
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being seen as moderate if you are not all in on liberal ideas? >> that is where the energy is on the democratic side, pulling everybody left word. this is an issue that is terribly unpopular to the mainstream of the country and hard for democrats who go on record supporting something like this to come back in a general election, this election will boil down to 7 states. everything is pretty much decided. how do various issues including this one play in wisconsin, michigan, ohio, north carolina? it is not a popular position so this is a problem for democrats. mike: the proposals are not intended to mitigate evil but to make elizabeth warren or kamala harris or kirsten gillibrand the president of the united states. your reaction.
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>> i want the republican to win. this moral idiocy is poison in swing states. i want to see these guys go into ohio. not getting your kids have endless wars, reparation. i am still puzzled, a communist hellhole, cuba, how much does she oh. do i get a discount? how does this work? it is stupid, it is immoral and i want democrats to keep doing it and self-destructive. mike: it will be a crowded field, maybe 25 or so candidates. a chunk of the left base is fired up about you. >> we have a fired up base if you think of the 2018 midterm
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election, a lot of these, suburban swing districts on these other districts. i agree with tom in the sense that you have to find a way to parse the difference, to win through the industrial midwest in 2020. the election still will be won, for the last 20 years. mike: folks a good play well with white working-class voters jump on the repatriation reparation bandwagon or do they stay out of it? >> sharon brown has been cautious about medicare for all and he talked about it as he wants to be practical, and
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achieved in the short-term, reparations is not one of those things. we need a white male to win the 2020 election. we are not publicly saying that. it is quite the opposite. people are looking toward females, persons of color, the cash for democrats, it is the limit for democrats, general election. mike: how long do you think these white male candidates are, sharon brown, should they be alarmed this may not be the year for a democrat white male? >> they should. the democrat party is assessed with race. i wanted to be because i want them to lose. a dirty secret about republicans, get us a conservative, we will happily vote for differently abled
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lesbian hindu of color if that person is going to support a strong military, strong economy, first, second and third amendments. we are looking for values. they are looking for a checkup the box and that is why they are going to lose next year. mike: donald trump comes out swinging against planned parenthood. antiabortion providers. donald trump got in by winning the alleged oral college, guess what more blue states want to do about that? stick around.
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>> mike: because official mike ed: a protest on the gaza israel border, it came as thousands of them dissented on a flashpoint holy site that has been closed by the israeli court order for more than a decade.
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a fox news crew was told to move back because of the danger. this was correspondent trey you next earlier today. >> reporter: violent demonstrations with ieds and grenades thrown at israeli troops could lead, you heard another explosion from a grenade or ied. you see the plume of smoke from the ground and under that you can see one of the military vehicles and we have a number of troops asking our crew to leave this area. others concerned about shooters on the border and snipers from hamas positions that could be firing. i am going to toss it back to you. mike: the trumpet ministration issuing regulations about the title x family planning program today. the biggest take away being financial and physical separation for funding for
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programs and facilities where abortion is a method of family planning, democrats criticizing, kirsten gillibrand tweeting this is nothing less then an attack on americans health and rights, healthcare providers ability to do their jobs. title x providers deserve a president who respects them. meanwhile the democratically controlled legislatures in several states are working to change the way a president is elected in a fundamental way. one of the states, colorado. >> they voted on the national interstate compact which claims every vote would be equal throughout the us and every vote in every state will matter in every presidential election. states the join agree to abort electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote regardless of their own state results.
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the movement got its start after the 2000 election when outdoor won the popular vote but george w. bush won the electoral college, gain steam after it happened again to hillary clinton in 2016. backers need states totaling 270 electoral to join. 11 states in the district of columbia belong with the governor's signature adding to the state's nine votes. with colorado, organizers need 89 more electoral votes. critics, say this is the end run around the constitution. >> not something where independently they come together to modify the federal constitution. how states can join the union, states abide by the supreme law of the land which is the us federal constitution.
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>> reporter: supporters and even the playing field for voters pointing out the majority of campaign events in 2016 took pl. in a dozen battlegrounds. >> why do 12 states get to pick the president? that is what is "happening now". >> reporter: those opposed, would visit states with big populations. >> this is taking away your and my vote, let's decide what colorado is going to do. >> a p research poll showed a majority of americans supported changing the constitution to get rid of the electoral college. the national popular vote would not change the constitution and it would not change the electoral college, that would take action from congress. mike: a christian adoption agency suing new york after the state claiming dissemination tries to shut down the agency before refusing to place children with unmarried or same-sex couples. does the adoption agency have a case? attorneys are standing by ready to argue the case? night court is next.
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mike: time for night court. new york facing a challenge from a christian adoption agency who said the state tried to shut them down because they held their religious convictions.
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the state threatened to close the agency for a discriminatory and impermissible policy of referring unmarried or same-sex couples to other adoption agencies because of its religious beliefs, the state argues this would violate the constitution's equal protection clause. tonight as legal eagles and white-collar crime and securities attorney andrew stout and, good to have you. exhibit a, let's listen to donald trump. >> my administration is working to ensure that faith-based adoption agencies are able to help vulnerable children find there forever families while following their deeply held beliefs.
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mike: why shouldn't it be possible to have a christian adoption agency or some other faith background having an adoption agency of its own. >> for a faith-based organization, doing the job, of the practice of their religion, to openly discriminate against the guidelines that marital status or sexual orientation cannot be taken into consideration in and of itself is a violation of the law. it is clear on its face and impermissible. ultimately this is not prohibiting them from practicing their faith or religion but partaking in adoption and there is nothing religious in the processing of adoption of children. mike: birthmothers would like to know what background their children may be going to, so some may prefer a christian or
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jewish or muslim agency. what is wrong with that? >> that in and of itself there isn't anything wrong with that, for natural parents to have a preference one way or the other but when we are talking about something a little different, an agency that has a written policy that indicates, they will not in any way whatsoever process adoption applications for a same-sex couple or somebody who is single. that is different than a natural parent indicating a preference of who they would like to adopt a child for a preferable match. mike: new hope says new york law express the permits birthparents to specify the religion of the adopted family with which their child will be placed and if they work with new hope precisely because they share or value its religious nature and convictions. your argument against them?
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>> if the parent indicated a particular preference that is one thing. new hope have gone a step above and beyond. they indicated they would not allow a same-sex couple or single person to apply. this regardless of stated interest or preference of the natural parent. if we have a situation where if you have a natural parent who specifically indicated i would like my child placed in a christian home with a natural mother and natural father that is one thing. this is clearly different from what is being asked. mike: give us your take in terms of your legal argument. >> it is stupid, imbecilic, the worst idea since the ford pinto. you have an adoption agency that has done amazing work, they place 1000 kids in various homes in the last 40 years, they don't
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take a time of taxpayer money. nobody has complained, nobody has complained about what they have done in the last 40 years. this is new york looking for a solution to a problem that doesn't exist and i have advice for new york. instead of focusing on something like this in an agency like this that is doing great work, why don't you focus on your crumbling infrastructure, the murder, the guns and chasing amazon out of your state, there is no problem, no issue, this adoption agency does a phenomenal job and to say they are discriminating is silly and nobody is buying it. mike: we have to leave it there. have a wonderful weekend. historic mission for israel as they send the first privately financed spacecraft to the moon. that tops where in the world next. and saying, "really?" so capital one is building something completely new. capital one cafes. inviting places with people here to help you, not sell you.
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juan guaido defined the supreme court travel ban to attend an aid concert in the colombia. the showdown in a toward venezuela turning deadly, venezuelan security forces firing on protesters near the brazilian border. two protesters killed and a dozen wounded. israel looking to the moon launching the first privately funded lunar lander into space from cape canaveral on a space x falcon 9 rocket. benjamin netanyahu watched live and said the launch was a giant step for israeli technology. the israeli craft is scheduled to land on the moon on april 11th. in britain, us and royal air force planes conducted a flyby over sheffield, england, to water ten us airmen who saved the lives of a group of british children during world war ii. 75 years ago the crew of the us bomber on the go to liberally crash their plane after british
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children accidentally got away from an emergency landing should feel. they watched the flyby including one of the children who was saved that day. most-watched, most trusted, most grateful you spent the evening with us, good night from washington, i am mike emanuel. monday. ♪ ♪ >> sean: welcome to hannity again tonight. we have so much breaking news all over the place virginia vietnam the swamp washington, d.c. where mueller's witch-hunt will soon officially be over and spoiler alert. no collusion and we learned earlier today there will not be a report next week maybe someone actually figured out that an extremely important summit about world peace the denuclearization of the korean peninsula actually taking place in vietnam next week not a good time. we, by the way, will be reporting from vietnam all next week. we have more of that in a manipulate. first we turn to our top


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