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always choose to self identify as knitting. so actually, there is some fluidity in the handicraft community that we should think about. we will be back tomorrow. 8:00 p.m. the show that is the sworn enemy of of lying, pomposity, smugness andw groupthink. good night from washington. where is sean hannity? >> sean: still in vietnam. how are you? it's actually morning in vietnam. >> tucker: good morning, vietnam! >> sean: that's right. great show, tucker. thank you. welcome to "hannity." a ton of news tonight. we'll get it all in. it's 9:00 p.m. and our nation's capital, 9:00 a.m. and hanoi, vietnam, where the second historic summit between president trump and kim jong nam is now officially over. coming up tonight, my exclusive interview with the president.e we are going to take you inside this week's historic meetings, and we will cover also another wide range of topics. the fight for the border wall, michael cohen's testimony, the mueller report that so many
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reportrt will be out next week. what is the democrats' despicable and politically motivated sham of a hearing. we'll ask about the green new deal and much, much more. that interview in justew minute. without a doubt, one of president trump's greatest drinks it, in my opinion, it is he's a good negotiator. he has a willingness to walk away from a bad deal. by the way, it's a key principle in his best-selling book, "the art of the deal." if only the media care to understand who he was, maybe they would read it. when it comes north korea, the president's mission has always been clear. that is a full, complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula. the president has always vowed to walk away from anything else. he has at it over and over again, even over and over this week. yesterday, he made good on that promise. take a look. >> we spent pretty much all day with kim jung un, who is quite a
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guy and quite a character. i think our relationship is very strong. but at this time, we had some options, and at this time, we decided not to do any of the options. and we'll see where that goes but it was a very interesting two days. i think actually, it was a very productive two days. but sometimes, you have to walk. >> sean: sometimes you have to walk. president trump is not the first american leader to walk away from water is a bad deal. time for a "hannity" history lesson. let's take you back to 1986. then president ronald reagan, hn walked away at reykjavik with mikhail gorbachev, democrats, the media predictably attacked reagan. but one year later, well, he got the deal that we wanted that was good for the country and a few years after that, thed soviet union collapsed, and as we say, the rest is history. take a look. >> the implications of these talks are enormous, and only just beginning to be understood.
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we proposed the most sweeping and generous arms control proposal in history. while we parted company with this american offer still on the table, we are closer than ever before to agreements that could lead to a safer world without nuclear weapons. we will not abandon the guiding principle we took to reykjavik.n we prefer no agreement then to bring home a bad agreement to the united states.oo >> sean: look what happened. that is what leadership looks like. that is what peace through strength -- that is what works. it's worked again and again. appeasement, rising dictators doesn't do very well, doesn't come up with the clinton's and kim jong il or the iranian deal with the mullahs in obama's time. now at the time reagan was excoriated for not reaching a deal at reykjavik when he first ran for president, so many analt reagan was a california cowboy c who was going to lead us toward a nuclear holocaust and economic
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disaster. in the end, just the opposite happened. in the case of reykjavik, reagan prevailed. the cold war ended without a single shot being fired.e the berlin wall came tumbling down. freedom for milliam's won the day. meanwhile, the appeasement, the bribery strategies that we see invoked by the left so often, democrats trying to lecture donald trump about -- they were lavished with praise when you go to clinton obama. clinton sent billions of dollars in resources to north korea. he promised the american people this was a good deal for the american people. they still developed a robust nuclear program in spite of the money, attempted bribe, obama, as we all know, $150 billion in cash and other currencies, cargo planes right there on the mullahs of iran, front door. now the deal is totally debunked. iran never stopped pursuing a nuclear weapon. never stop fronting terror all
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over the world.ll and unlike these deals, president trump is more interested in protecting the country than just having a feel-good signature moment based on what is at its core a hollow, unenforceable agreement that in the end would be meaningless. he would think, when the denuclearization of a rogue dictatorship was on the table, you would think this is a moment when all americans would want to back the president's efforts, hope that he could make a great deal. you would think they would encourage his efforts to make the world a safer, better place for our kids and grandkids. you would think that they cared about world peace. they profess to. no, that is not the case because yesterday, and our nation's capital, at the very moment, the very day the president was meeting with kim jong un, democrats, they scheduled a public hearing with former trump attorney michael cohen in what was nothing more than a political stunt, a circus, all
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designed to embarrass the president during his crucial and historic trip to vietnam. naturally, they hate trump media mob, they towed to the democratic line: predictable. look at last night, coverage on fake news cnn. conspiracy tv msnbc. it was an utter embarrassment. they ought to be ashamed but they never will be. the president conducting this historic meeting, negotiating peace with north korea, and extremely rare and important summit. huge, life altering implications to literally millions and millions and millions of people. but they hate trump mob, media totally obsessed with the congressional testimony from michael cohen, who we all know was just convicted of lying to congress and will be headed to jail for three years. now when we were showing last night the images of the president and kim jong un at this all important meeting, fake news cnn, msnbc, they barely covered this historic event at all. look at this from news busters
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today. "cnn, nbc dedicated a whopping 428 minutes of prime time coverage to michael cohen. they spent only 12 minutes -- 1a vietnam. cnn and msnbc, they pretend to be news organizations. they claimed that they are objective. it's a joke. they are just merely, as we have been telling you for a long time, an extension of the radical, extreme democratic socialist party. which is why they echo the claims from democrats that cohen, who they have all hated and said everything they could possibly say against this guy for such a long amount of time, now he's totally reliable. he's their best friend. in spite of all that is happened with the irs and bank loans and so on and so forth, lying to congress. watch >> this is a blood, sweat, and tears kind of thing.
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you look at michael cohen, part of the reason why the public is obsessed with him as they all recognize a certain everyman quality in cohen. >> what cohen also did as he gave us a picture, a believable picture of the man. >> he seems to be well prepared. he's never lost his cool. >> there is no question we are seeing a humbled michael cohen before this committee today. a lot of a lot of the anecdotes, the personal anecdotes have the ring of truth. >> i was very proud of them. the best thing i could say. i was really proud of this guy up there because he had the world against him. >> sean: political stunt orchestrated by democrats, hyped by the hate trump media. frankly, what happened yesterday was a disgrace. you think they would be more interested in the denuclearization of north korea and the korean peninsula. he would think they would be more interested in the safety and security of all these people around the but they are not. i thought politics was supposed to stop at the water's edge. at least that is our top
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democrats told us when obama was negotiating the deal that would give the mullahs in iran that want to annihilate israel and wipe them off the map and chant "death to america," he was negotiating giving mostly mullahs $150 billion. he had a very different opinion. take a look. >> a cost to our reputation in the world that we can get a new president and find a reason to impeach him. >> unprecedented for one political party to directly intervene in an international negotiation with the sole goal of embarrassment of the president of united states. >> i think it is somewhat ironic to see some of members of congress wanting to make common cause with the hardliners in iran. it's an unusual coalition. i thinknk what we are going to focus on right now is seeing whether we can get a deal or not. >> i could go through the long list of democratic senators who supported
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president ronald reagan and his efforts to create a more peaceful world. those were the days when there was a bipartisan approach to foreign policy in the united states. >> sean: rank hypocrisy, whatpo you just witnessed. we had three days now and a row of testimony. one public hearing scheduled on the very same day that the president is having the big summit meeting. michael cohen in this particular case was used as a prop for the democratic party. why? because their quest to malign and embarrass president trump, that means everything to them. what did we learn? pretty much nothing, pretty much nothing new, except things that the democrats in these so-called news agencies will focusew on. michael cohen talked about there was no russia collusion that het saw at all. no crimes committed by the president, and the hillary clinton bought and paid for a russian dossier was chock-full of plenty of lies. lots of lies even about michael cohen himself. what did michael cohen gain from
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this hearing? that the democrats democrats -- did he gain their friendship? he gained absolutely nothing. no one who truly cared about cohen and his family would have ever let him participate in the stunt. as a result, as i predicted right here on this program, because of his testimony, now michael cohen is facing even more legal trouble. today congressman jim jordan, mark meadows each sent new criminal referrals to thee. department of justice, one for cohen not registering as a foreign agent, and another accusing michael cohen of lying to congress yet again over this claim, as you will see. we'll let you judge forse yourself. >> you wanted to work in the white house. >> no, sir. >> you didn't get brought to the dance. >> i was extremely proud to be personal attorney to the president of the united states of america. i did d not want to go to the white house. >> is there a chance that he'll
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ask you to go to washington? >> there is a chance. >> would you go? >> 100%. >> i look forward to seeing your future. >> hopefully it will be in washington. >> let me know. >> i sure well. >> sean: you would think that democrats are so compassionate about people recognize that michael cohen and his family are going through hell an awful lotm and mrs. probably one of theiris lowest moments where they would, political gain, setting him up for more legal consequences. it's beyond calculating, shameful, frankly beneath the offices they serve but they don't care. what else do we expect from a party that cares more about making president trump look bad then, say, rooting for a more peaceful world? this is what we have been telling you. this is a new radical, extreme socialist democratic party. we have now seen anti-semitism topically displayed and reducing
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power hungry narcissists. to look tliab, poster child for the scary new radical far left democrats. seems to check the boxes, socialist, she associates with louis farrakhan, people like linda sarsour. she hates donald trump, totallyd and at yesterday's hearing, falsely suggesting that the freedom caucus chairman mark meadows is a racist because he invited an african-american, former trumpri organization employee, to the hearing. then right after she said it, she denied saying it. look at this. >> the fact that someone would actually use a prop, a black woman, in this chamber, in this committee is alone racist in itself. >> mr. chairman, there is nothing more personal to me than my relationship, my nieces and nephews are people of color. not many people know that. do you know that, mr. chairman.
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and to indicate that i asked someone who is a personal friend of the trump family, who has worked for him, who knows this particular individual, that she's coming into be a prop, it's racist to suggest that i asked her to come in here for that reason. >> sean: a pretty great moment, i thought, for chairman cummings and mark meadows after that. now the person she called a radical -- i'm sorry, racial prop, a speaking operator. today, lynne patton had this message for congresswoman tliab. let's take a look. >> what i would like to ask the congresswoman from michigan is, why does she take the word of a self-confessed perjurer and criminally convicteded white man over a black female who is highly educated, rose up through the ranks of one of the most competitive companies in real estate? you spoke for 25 million people
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at the republican national convention and now works in onec administrations in history, so to me, that would be my question. that is more racist than being put up there as a quote "prope" >> sean: whilep president trump on the democrats showed their true colors. a contrast. it's striking. on the one hand, a leader working hard, tirelessly, to negotiate a safer world. on the other, a democratic party, nonstop scheming to smear, slander the president at all costs, no matter how many lives are ruined, how many people are besmirched in the process. sadly, this is nothing new. it's a year's worth longit political war. frankly, it's gone on since he came down the escalator in 2015. breaking today, just a few weeks, we will learn more about how democrats and their friends in the media, well, how well they worked to smear trump in 2016 with the clinton bought and paid for dirty dossier.
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very good news tonight for those of us that want the truth out because they judge just granted a motion in florida to unsealed documents in the trump dossier defamation case against buzzfeed, including a deposition from hillary clinton's foreign agent that used his russian sources, christopher steele. remember, and great britain under oath, in an interrogatory, i have no idea if any of this is true, it is raw intelligence. this will be important. stay tuned. we'll have my one-on-one with the president, all those topics are mentioned coming up. but first joining us now with reaction on our other top stories, we have president trump's intelligence advisory board member dan hoffman, fox news contributor dan bongino and "the hill"'s john solomon. i want to start with john. you have an article out that, in fact, the democrats, who did not care about michael cohen and he discussed a short time ago and said every word, nasty word
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about him, that they now have put him in a very, very difficult position. >> is a lot more clear tonight that is legal jeopardy is real and potentially expensive. so wete talked about it last night, sean. today i started calling on people that were to the transition and said, did michael cohen lobby or not will be to a job? i've talked to 12 separate witnesses who claimed that he repeatedly, incessantly lobbied for a white house drop and complained when he didn't get one. they ranged from dave bossie, the deputy director of the transition, down to a pastor in ohio who was a friend of michael owens, a guy named darrell scott, who is a friend that said, i can fly for my friend. he asked me several times to ask the president, can he have a job in the white house. this is the sort of perjury trap that the democrats did not want to set for their star brightness. i think it is going to boomerang. >> sean: the other issue, this is now two criminal referrals as
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a result. serious issues as michael knows, and what bothers me, dan bongino, they did not care. they hated him forever. they didn't even think about his kids, his life, did they think about -- did he care? >> no, they fed him up for a fara violation. the biggest story, no question i came out of it yesterday, ignored by everyone for this network, is the dossier is dead. the collusion hoaxes over. you know who killed it? michael cohen. they asked him point blank, have you ever been to prague? for the folks at home, prague is a central component of the dossier. that is were allegedly cohen want to coordinate this whole scheme. he's never been to the czech republic. >> sean: i knew n that weekend where he was. i don't want to divulge -- but i knew. >> he said something else, too. he said i overheard the speaker phone conversation, roger stone
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and trump aboutt the wikileaks. i thought he was colluding with the russians. why does he need to hear from roger stone. >> sean: wikileaks said, that was privatet information. it had been out there for a an amount of time. >> i want to highlight a part of the story which has been underreported for my own background, with the extent to the president use the information from the intelligence community, the intelligence community, to hold tucker if kim jung un accountable for the nuclearco facilities in the ballistic mise facilities. without that, maybe we do hold created a deal where sanctions relief while we tear down the yongbyong facility. >> sean: the biggest facility by far. >> there is but there are others. >> sean: we knowt' where they are, which is interesting. >> that is an intelligent's success. that is how an executive decision maker used his intelligence effectively to make the right decision, to serve the national security. >> sean: i don't want to give away the interview that we will start with the president but i can tell you, obviously all those years, what he wrote about
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in his own book of the media would never discuss, john solomon, that has been his philosophy, hisil entire career has been about, after the last second, i'll walk. he did not care at all. he would like to get it done, he wants a deal but he'd rather have the right deal. the one that's real, rather than the photo op deal. >> that's right. i said last night, you will see what peace through strength looks like. sometimes walking from the table is the sign of strength that it gets to peace. last night, using the intelligence he had, not falling for a bad deal, that shows a president who is using all the tools at his disposal. to hear the stories, he ignored the intelligence, i don't hear that from the people i talk to you. i think you saw yesterday how he does use the intelligence to make the best negotiation for the united states. >> sean: dan, there's another aspect of this, somebody that is willing -- okay, this is so important, i'll take a risk, if it works, it's awesome. if not, okay, we tried, we'll
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try again. but i think so many other people are like, they don't want to go out on a limb. going out on a limb for safety. >> watching the media do a bootleg 180. yesterday, they were saying, trump is going to get suckeredy by kim companies going to take a bad deal and then he walked away from a bad deal. and they are complaining. >> sean: i love the fact that chuck schumer is like, we wanted him to be tough. all these people that supported bribing kim jong un's father, one, and the mullahs in iran, number two, we'll listen to them? >> is also a good time to remember the multilateral efforts, the sanctions, ambassador nikki haley led the way with unprecedented high level of harsh sanctions in north korea. she got russia and china onboard and that is a hard thing to do in the u.n. security council. >> sean: you've been with us all week. good to see you. john solomon, "the hill" was very good as articles. you want to see that. when we come back, are exclusive, the only interview with the president right after
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with xfinity home. demo in an xfinity store. call, or go online today. >> sean: we continue o ♪ >> sean: as we continue our coverage in vietnam were earlier today the president wrapped up his second somewhat with north korea's kim jung un. following the summit, we had the opportunity to speak with the president before he departed vietnam. here's part one of that interview. >> sean: mr. president, great to see you. >> president trump: thank you very much. >> sean: summit number two. jen i heard kim jong un say, was asked a question, are you ready to do nuclear eyes, his answer was, i wouldn't be here otherwise. and then he goes on and you said
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that might be the best answer you've ever heard. >> president trump: we are t working towards something but we didn't sign anything today. i didn't quite work out. i would say that i wasn't satisfied and perhaps he wasn't satisfied. good relationship but i decided that this wasn't the right time to sign something. so we'll see what happens over a period of time. >> sean: we've known each other well over two decades. "the art of video." one of the key components in the book is you say, you always have to be able to walk after the last second. reykjavik. >> whether it's reagan or anybody, you have to be prepared to walk. this just wouldn't have been good for our country, and frankly, he can look at it the same way. maybe he can like it at the same way. but we get along really well. he's a different kind of a guy. we just said, look, this isn't going to work. have a feeling something down the line will happen. it will happen, it will be good.
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>> sean: you said -- >> president trump: let's call it both. i don't want to say it was my choice. it was something that he wanted to do, and i just don't think it would have been good. maybe for either of us. we'll get something worked out eventually. >> sean: can you tell us with a sticking point was? >> president trump: they wanted to denuke some areas and i wanted everything. the sanctions are there, and sanctions, unless we had -- ready for that. they spent a lot of time building it, and that doesn't mean that we are happy. i wanted them to denuke, and they wouldn't do the fall. they want to do some. p and i guess a lot of people would have said that is a great start. i just didn't feel it was right. >> sean: let me ask you about -- last night you said, he said something at dinner, and i
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won't say it -- i'll let him say it. can you bring us into that dinner? >> president trump: first of all, he's a character. >> sean: you're laughing a lot. >> president trump: is a real personality. he's very smart. he's sharp s as can be, and he'a real leader. and he's pretty mercurial. i don't say that necessarily in a bad way but he's a pretty mercurial guy. but he was talking to the price a little bit, and he is not big into talking to the press but the press came in ---- look, bottom line, i think he wants to get something done. but this wasn't the right time. vietnam, hanoi, where we are right now, they have treated us so fantastically, so good, they've done such a great job. he's i'm very proud of the way y have done. they have really treated us. it's been an incredible two and half days. >> sean: you kept saying, managing expectations. you said, i am in no rush. i want the right deal, and the
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right deal for you is complete denuclearization thatte is verified and on-site inspections on demand. >> president trump: a much tougher deal to make. maybe it won't get made. but that is the deal that we should have. you can't give up everything if you don't get that. we could have done large portions but you are not getting that, so we'll see what happens. again, the relationship is very good. he likes me, i like him. some people say, you shouldn't like him. i say, why shouldn't i like them? i like him, get along great, we'll see what happens. >> sean:k does go back to singapore. i had an opportunity to see you there, and hostages were released, remains have come home, and the interesting, most profound part of it was that no rockets have been fired overr japan, guam is not threatened, and the continental united states was being threatened. progress in that area -- >> president trump: a lot of progress. a lot of progress, not necessarily on paper, although we actually signed a very good
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agreement. it's a a no denuclearization, a complete denuke -- i call it denuking but it's denuclearization. it was a document that was signed and it was a very good document. the fact is that he also said that he's not going to do testing. he said that recently.t he said it again to be just a little while ago. he doesn't want to do testing, he's not going to do that, that is a big thing. no rockets, no anything. i believe, when he tells me that, i will take him at his word. but we'll see how it all goes. i think we have a very good two days but i just don't think may be either of were ready. >> sean: when we come back from a more of my exclusive interview with president trump. like about michael cohen, the upcoming mueller report, illegal immigration, the green new deal. interesting comments on that straight ahead.
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♪ >> sean: during my exclusive interview with president trump at vietnam, i did ask about the mueller investigation, declaration of a border emergency, the democrats' new deal. first, ask him about michael cohen and testifying on capitol hill. take a look. >> sean: took apart question. number one, what you have to say about things that he was saying, and number two, what about the democrats? i thought politics stopped at the water's edge in america. >> president trump: i think may beam more than anything els, thet fact that they held a two day, where i am working on something that is very, very important for the world, not only our country, for the world, was really inappropriate. the democrats, the hatred is so incredible. they couldn't help themselves. and that is the way it is. as far as cohen is concerned, he is convicted, he is a liar.
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he's defrauded at a high level. he's got a lot of problems. it was very interesting because he liede so much. i watched some of it, i actually was able to watch some of it. he lied so much and yet he said, when it came to collusion, the whole hoax with a russia collusion, just a witch hunt hoax, and by the way, very, very bad for our country because it really stops you from doing -- he said no collusion. and i said, he lied about so many things and yet he could have said -- he might as well lie about that one, too. he said no collusion. everybody said no collusion. richard burr, senator burr said no collusion. senate intelligence come of the house has come up, as you know, the committee, devin nunes and all, they said no collusion. yet it goes on and on. >> sean: two years. >> president trump: more than that. it really was, would you think about it, the time i came down on the escalator with melania. i came down on the escalator and
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i think it started shortly after that. it is a terrible thing and hopefully people -- n because no president should have to have that happen to them.he it is so bad for the country. it's a hoax. it's just a terrible witch hunt and it shouldn't happen to another president. and yet i think i am the most successful -- i've been the most successful president in the first two years of office. if you look at the tax cuts, regulation cuts, all of the things that you say so nicely on many of your shows, but you look at what we have done for the vets and not we have been for the military, $760 billion, and all of the things that we have done, i mean, it's been a tremendous administration, but we always have to -- we have to always fight this hoax is going on. it's a shame. it's a very bad thing for our country. >> sean: i was dragged a little bit into the michael cohen issue. i interviewed him many times. he was never my attorney. he did apologize to me, or his attorney saying that a court, but i can tell you personally,
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he said to me, at least a dozen times, that he made the decision on the payments and he didn't tell you. he told me personally. >> he did. he made m the decision. remember this, he's an attorney. whatever decision he makes, you're supposed to rely on an m attorney to make a decision. somebody said one of the very good republican members today, said that, he is supposed to bee doing all sorts of things, when you have an attorney, you are supposed to be able to rely on your attorney. >> sean: attorney-client privilege. >> president trump: is also called reliance. he just was not much of an attorney, that i will tell you. he went up today and a lot of people thoughtlils he n was ver. i watched some of it. i thought it was a terrible display of dishonesty, actually. >> sean: i actually thought, as i watched it, a criminal referral as a result of today by congressman mark meadows, and may be some inconsistencies. and i think the democrats in that sense didn't care at all
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about michael cohen. the mueller report, next week we expected. based on richard burr -- >> president trump: i don't know that for sure. but based on senator burr and devin nunes and everybody else that has looked at it, including michael cohen, no collusion. and you know, this was all about collusion with russia. collusion delusion. and it's a shame. it's just one of those things. you live with it, you win it. so i hope it is going to be an honest report. if it isn't, we find it very strongly we fight it because when you look at what happened at the fbi at the top levels withmc mccabe and the dishonesty, james comey and thea dishonesty -- >> sean: james baker saidnd he thought hillary should be indicted. >> president trump: james baker was another one who was dismissed. you look at peter strzok and his lover, lisa page, and you look at what went on with the whole deal with the insurance policy, the insurance policy just in case she loses.
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i will tell you, it's a very dishonest group of people, and i've done a great service for this country by exposing it. when you look at what happened there, and justice, they call it justice but hasn't been justice. when youou take a look at what s gone on, and very proud of the fact that we've exposed a lot of people. it's, like, 12. somebody said much more thanod that now. and this is great dishonesty at a very high level. we can't let that happen to our country. >> sean: we have equal justice of the law, e equal application under the laws, and we had a russian dossier to influence the american people against you, and then it was used just by on your campaign through an associate, violating his constitutional rights. we have a new attorney general. >> president trump: i think we have a great attorney general, i hope, and i think is going to do a terrific job. he's smart, he's deaf, he loves the country, and he loves department of justice. he loves the department of
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justice and the fbi. and bill barr is going to be exceptional. you need someone exceptional because it has to be cleaned out. what has gone on there for years has been terrible. you look at bruce ohr and his wife who worked for gps fusion and they are the ones that did this phony report, the fake dossier. boy, it's a hornets nest. i think that bill is going to do a great job. >> sean: one last question. immigration. you saw the vote of the house, my some republicans, but it doesn't look like -- >> president trump: i will be fine. >> sean: you will veto it, it won't be overwritten. i understand that there is about 23 million, all the other things that will be used for border security. >> president trump: >> president for you >> sean: how much will you be able to have? the 1.375 -- >> president trump: first of all, we'll be building over 200 miles of all. i will call us while as opposed or slats. they said, can you call it slats or barriers, and we played the
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game for a while, and we need border security. you can't have border security without a wall. a strong wall. if you didn't have it in tijuana, you have people coming across by the thousands and thousands. i will say this, whether it's i.c.e. or border patrol or law enforcement, they've done an incredible job at the border. ouprehensions, the greatest number we've ever done. you look at the number of people. what. if we had a wall, we wouldn't have to apprehend. people wouldn't come into thepe country, drugs wouldn't come into the country. the human trafficking is incredible, the number of people, and they don't come through their points of entry. they come through the middle of the desert for you have open space. so i think that really is a very dangerous thing for people to be voting against border security, including republicans. i really think that republicans that vote against border security and the wall, i think, you know, i've been okayed predicting things. i think they put themselves in great jeopardy. >> sean: in ten years, the next president will have an airplane, cows, won't have a combustion engine.
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wait, even during birth abortion, 70% tax rates, everything is free. i assume socialism will never be in america, as you've been saying. what do you think of that crazy proposal? >> it's an incredible, i see senators that have been there for a long time, well-known senators, named senators, and a them, and they are endorsing it. and yet what are they endorsing? you look at it -- >> sean: abortion during birth birth. >> president trump: $100 trillion. you could not do it for that. it's not even the money. it's ridiculous, no planes, let's not fly anymore, it is crazy. but personally, they should go with it. i love it. it's one of the greatest plans i've ever seen, as long as they tare the ones that have to sell it, not me. >> sean: [laughs] you're happy about it. >> president trump: i'm looking forward to see with the rest of them do. it's incredible. >> sean: mr. president, we appreciate it. >> president trump: are you appreciated. >> sean: thank you. as we continue our coverage from
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vietnam -- by the way, i had an opportunity to ask a question at the big conference. democrats are bracing socialism, reaction to my interview with the president, republicans are heading back hard, dan bongino, dr. sebastian gorka, and morgan ortagus will be here with us as we continue, straight ahead. ♪ (woman) candace, two minutes. too late for lunch. starkist saves the day. sweet and spicy tuna in a pouch! smart choice, charlie. (charlie) no drain, no pain. just tear, eat... and go!
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♪ >> sean: as we just discussed with the president, the democrats' hard left turn is under the microscope. this week at cpac, where young conservatives are being prepared for the fight against socialism. >> president trump is providing leadership. he's kind of change the whole psychology. we've gone from pessimism to optimism right there. a major change.
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he has ended the war on business, he's ended the war on energy, he's ended the war on success, so i am here with just one simple ask, please, join us to keep america great, and join us to put socialism on trial. and then convicted. [applause] >> sean: joining us now, nationally syndicated radio talk show host, dr. sebastian gorka. along with fox news contributor morgan ortagus and dan bongino. dan, who's been here all week with us. it was really interesting what the president said. i don't have to sell that deal, nor airplanes, cows, gas oil, oil, everything is free but we'll confiscate pretty much every penny you make. >> i love that with alexandria ocasio-cortez had thatz on her website, the faq, and then they
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said it was a republican skin. elton friedman used to say about government spending, socialism, he said there are four ways to spend money but the worst way as other people spending other people's money on other people. cost and quality never matter. >> sean: always generous of other people's money. morgan, i love this, nancy pelosi, when we send cameras to her district, what do we see? almost people, homelessness, needles all over the place, we see feces because people don't have a place to go to the bathroom. she is in the enclave, the gated neighborhood, she's a malty, malty, multimillionaire. maybe she could build a homeless shelter right in her own backyard. facilities and showers and food and maybe some addiction help. >> not a bad idea, sean. i don't blame her for a living andd that gated community with what you describe in san francisco. i think this whole debate about socialism is really, when you take a step back, this is about
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who is leading the world order. i think this actually gets back to china. with you being in asia right y now, you are sort of at the center of all of this. and the vision of a chinese-led world is a communist-like order. it is not it's not freedom. it's all the institutions in which the t united states has ld since world war ii. the chinese have an entirely different version of that.. w so when we talk about socialism, and we sort of mock the left or make fun of some of the more ridiculous proposals, i actually think on the very serious note, i look at a rising china and i think, if we don't have the guts and the gusto to confront them, then it's going to be -- the socialism discussion is going to be mute. we'll see a communist-led world. that should scare everyone. >> sean: i don't disagree at all. certainly, china, got russia, iran, we have a lot of problems in the world, dr. gorka. that is what i like about the
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president taking it head-on. one issue at a time. by the way, simultaneously, working on perhaps even middle east peace, as many of these countries, our enemies aligning against iranian hegemony me. >> american leadership is back. i gave a speech this morning at cpac or i said, there will be threats out there, we will deal with them, president trump is dealing with them, but the biggest threat we face is a socialism in america. and the left-wing media exploded. i called the ocasio-cortez's green deal a watermelon. green on the outside, deep red communist on the inside. they can't take it. that is the truth. when they want to control your health care, where they want to ban you from eating hamburgers and cheeseburgers, that is communism. the 2020 election will be a simple choice. a choice between oppression and freedom. the stakes are not lower than that. >> sean: well said, all of
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you. dr. gorka, you are supposed to be here with us. i'm just saying. you turned us down. and dan took it personally. morgan, thank you. dan, you've been with us all week. thank you so much. when we come back, our villain of the day taking shots at this show. can't believe it. ♪ d cabela's where you can see all the latest gear. with weekly hot deals on popular items-- just in time to stock up for the season. plus bring the kids this weekend for free workshops, crafts, giveaways, and activities. . .
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>> sean: all right. fake news. cnn's don lemon. all right, he is at it again. he is trying to find racism when there is none. he has done this before makingon up conspiracy theories about fox news and your favorite host. on his show last night, i met don lemon. i actually like him in person. on the air, he is very leftist. but venting because he wanted to have congressman meadows on after congressman tlaibaccused m
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meadows was booked on our show. we thought ahead. about a week earlier. take a look. >> he is saying that the president can't be racist because he has hired this black woman? that is not how racism works.s by the way, in fairness, in truth, we asked mark meadows to come on. i wanted to hear from him himself to explain, to have the thoughtful conversation. but he went on fox news with sean hannity tonight. >> sean: all right. i wish you could keep up with us in the booking department. no right wing conspiracy here. and, we are not trying to keep anybody off anybody else's show. here at fox news, we use something called foresight and anticipation.. we knew the cohen hearing was coming up and we booked the congressman a week ago knowing he was on the committee. the viewer mail, it takes a strong leader to walk away from the table.e.
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maybe kim isn't smile something much on the long train ride back. by the way, that is a great point. he needs an airplane. all right.t. this show, please tune in tomorrow night and we will show you the question i asked. i got asked a question by the president at the press conference. i don't think fake news cnn liked that either. jason chaffetz will be thelet n. jason chaffetz will be the guest host as we head home. laura ingraham, you got into it with crazy jim acosta. what happened? >> laura: he was upset. i was getting ready cpac, my speech and eating breakfast. then i hear he is all upsetea because only you and the chinese and the russians got a question. then i'm reading, wait a second, didn't like forbes or n.p.r. and a number of other outlets got questions but not poor jim acosta. we need to get a care package or something to him. bring some of that good seaweed, the dried seaweed you can get in vietnam. elixirs maybe. he is having a hard time. >> sean: laura, we are talk show hosts. we do news.