lacrosse trophy, but you get it. adam schiff, complain your trophy, it's here in florida. >> tucker: you don't want him there. dan bongino, great to see you. best weekend. we will be back monday, 8:00 p.m. have the best we can with the ones you love. ♪ >> sean: all right, welcome to "hannity." the democratic party come away out of control. they have declared war on a president of the united states. of course, driven by a blind, unyielding, psychotic rage for president trump. and democrats and their collaborators in the mob, they will do anything to smear, slander, besmirch president trump and anybody that likes the president. that means they are really attacking you, me, the american people, so make no mistake, all of these holier-than-thou, well, dirtbags, to be very obvious here, they wanted president trump impeached pretty much the very moment he was
sworn in. of course, they just haven't been able to come up with any reason, because he didn't do anything wrong. russia, russia, russia, impeach, impeach, impeach. a stormy, stormy. there were no high crimes, bribery, misdemeanors. no obstruction of justice, no cover-up at all. tonight, nothing has changed beard ukrainian story? you know what, the only person that was there shaking down ukraine for anything was a sleepy creepy, crazy joe 30330. coming up, the president's attorney, jay sekulow, rudy giuliani, they will be here to weigh in on all of this. we have a studio audience panel of experts, but first, let's be clear, and very clear about one thing: donald trump is not going to be removed from office. remember what congressman al green said. he goes yeah, this was back in may, we are going to happen impeach him because we can't win at the ballot box. all of the hysteria -- i know it's got a lot of people upset.
over impeachment, impeachment. in the end, it will be much to do about nothing. unfortunately, democrats, nancy pelosi, jerry nadler, cowardly schiff, maxine waters of the world, they don't care what happens to the country in the process. what have they done to make this a safer, more secure country? create jobs, more prosperity for you, we, the american people? this is beyond a political stunt. this is a psychosis they can't escape from the reality they lost in 2016. thankfully, they keep this up, they will lose badly in 2020. this is from a party that does not care about truth. there is no objective truth in their war. facts, justice, fairness -- none of that matters. their only concern is like a blood lust for president trump. anybody that supports the president. we can't say it any better than the president has. this, they, have declared war. they did it. somebody declares war. there's only one answer.
defeat them at the ballot box. take a look. >> we are at war. of these people are sick. they are sick. >> sean: tonight, a perfect example of this madness and sickness, california congressman, yeah, the cowardly schiff, president trump calls him liddle' adam schiff and pencil neck schiff. his colleagues and we refer to him as the biggest liar in the house of representatives. a case in point, a dramatic reading of the so-called transcript between the president and the ukrainian president, his counterpart, zelensky, and the only problem is schiff made it up. every single word, he made up. in other words, at an official house hearing featuring an acting director of national intelligence, congressman schiff, who has lied, lied, lied, been proven a lie over and over again,
concocting his own version of the call out of thin air. we have the transcript, he didn't have to make it up. he could have read the transcript, and by the way, enter that in the official record. after getting called out for lien, schiff referred his fake version of the phone call a parody. oh, that is with that is in congress. maybe he's right. president trump is not calling for him to resign, he tweeted "adam schiff, totally made up my conversation with ukrainian president and read it to congress and millions. he must resign. he must be investigated. and he has been doing this now for over two years, he's a pretty sick man." as per usual, schiff has no regrets for trying to purposely mislead the american public. he could have read it the way it was written down, the way the transcript happened. no, he needed to embellish it. because there is nothing in the real transcript. take a look. >> do you regret what you call the parody, the use of those phrases in the course of your
opening statement? >> no, i think everyone understood, and my colleagues might say othe otherwise, i was mocking the president's conduct. make no mistake about this, what the president did is of the utmost gravity. and the utmost seriousness. because it involves such a fundamental betrayal of his oath. >> sean: this is not the first time schiff caught in a lie appeared before the mueller report was released, remember, he claimed he had direct evidence of trump russia collusion peered he told that lie over and over again. also claiming other evidence of colluding was hiding in plain sight. that's another lie. of course, there is an actual recording of schiff, yep, he is the one guy that believes he was colluding with a russian, and it is taped. what is the nature of the compromise? naked pictures of trump. it did vladimir see this?
but of course, latimer sees the naked pictures. he was trying to get info on donald trump. the democratic speaker -- in name only -- pelosi, she is floating a brand-new, baseless conspiracy theory. according to pelosi, this ukrainian issue, russia is behind president trump's phone call with ukrainian president. wow. you know, earth, pelosi. take a look. >> i think russia has a hand in this, by the way. we saw with the russian disruption of our election last time, their interference, 100% confidence of the intelligence community, high confidence in the intelligence community that the russians disrupted our election. that was wrong. the integrity of our elections is central to our democracy. >> sean: it was russia's fold. of course. finally, the russia collusion,
we had forgo separate investigations. a house until investigation from a bipartisan senate investigation, fbi nine month investigation. the mueller three year witch hunt. no evidence of any collusion. no obstruction. maybe someone should remind nancy and the democrats false, phony, faint moral outrage, now it has shifted to ukraine. we are on to another talking point. nancy, you've got to keep up with your crowd. tonight, we are also learning new details that cast a very serious doubt on the claims of the so-called whistle-blower that isn't a whistle-blower. look at this. a "new york times" reporter ken vogel saying that the country of ukraine had no idea that the usa was, yes, withheld during the trump phone call in question. they didn't know until a month later. keep in mind, the inspector general found that the whistle-blower had political bias against trump. remember, he or she, not really a whistle-blower. represented by a law form that pays for anti-trump leaks bear the so-called whistle-blower, no
direction of any phone call. that's called hearsay. your honor, i object, hearsay. sustained. that is how that would work in a court of law. thirdhand accounts, publicly available to the media. well, what good is that. now we have the president and his attorney, jay sekulow, they are rightly claiming this person did not act alone. in fact, jay sekulow believes that a law firm drafted that complaint. it certainly looks like it to me. it doesn't seem like a whistle-blower. also one question today is, well, "the new york times" reports. former cia, back to the cia -- oh, do we have spies again within our own government, spying on the president of the united states? abusing the powerful tools of intelligence that we give them, we entrusted to them to keep us safe? regardless of who wrote this complaint, its claims are bogus. there was no quid pro quo. zip. you can read it yourself. not the made-up version. no misconduct, nothing. the only person involved in a
quid pro quo, if you want to say so, that would be, yeah, joe 30330, and his son that had no qualifications when it comes to ukraine. no experience. energy? oil, gas? no experience. he makes millions -- and he made billions in china. same thing. no background experience in private equity, banking. none, whatsoever. that we can find. he goes with his father, flies on air force to come and what do you know, he's got 1.5 billion in contracts. a great life if your dad is the vice president, i guess. speaker name only, nancy pelosi, apparently living in her alternate reality even further. take a look. >> i think we have to stay focused as far as the public is concerned on the fact that the president of the united states used taxpayer dollars to shakedown the leader of another country for his own political gain. >> sean: you know what we can't have?
that's a quid pro quo. nancy, care to comment on this? let's take a look. >> we are likely to give you the billion dollars. they said, you are not the president. the president has said. i said, call him. i said, i'm telling you, you're not getting the billion dollars. you're not getting the billion. i will be leaving. i think it was six hours, where leaving in six hours, and the prosecutor is not fired, you are not getting the money. well son of a [bleep], he got fired. >> sean: son of a [bleep]. the guy investigating my son, didn't have experience to make all that money. he got fired. i threatened to withhold tax dollars, the billion dollars we are going to give the ukraine, and i'm in charge of ukraine. that's biden breaking pit how will breaking the law on a quid pro quo? tonight, there is no credible evidence that the former vice president leverage that billion dollars, you saw the tape, of your money, to get the ukrainian prosecutor fired, all to protect his son. remember, "the new york times" told them, yeah, they are
investigating your son. another warning, he tried previously to get the guy fired up there now he just withheld a billion dollars and that you six hours. why would a vice president of the united states of america want a ukrainian prosecutor fired? just for a second, because the media won't touch it, let's imagine for a second that that was donald trump bragging that he withheld a billion dollars until they fired a prosecutor that was doing business with his sons or his daughters. i don't think the media whatever stop until donald trump got in trouble for that little gig. by the way, don jr., eric, ivanka, tiffany -- mayhem. instead, the mob is barely covering bad real scandal surrounding joe and hunter biden. we won't stop. we will get you the truth, as we always do. a top ukrainian prosecutor was investigating burisma holdings, that's the oil and gas company that pays hunter biden millions of dollars to serve on their board and consult, with no experience in natural gas.
no experience with ukraine. after learning that his son was about to be interviewed by the top prosecutor, oh, that is when, sleepy joe, 30330, demanded the prosecutor be fired. biden said he wanted the prosecutor gone because he was corrupt. we have a brand-new report from investigative reporter john solomon, biden's story does not hold water. 450 brand-new documents, pages of it, interviews, numerous ukrainian officials, and it appears the prosecutor was fired because of personal reasons surrounding a former vice president. by the way, he has a sworn affidavit to that very fact. here with more is president trump's attorney, he has done work for me also in the past, but he got a bigger client now, good for him. also, the chief counsel, american center for law and justice, jay sekulow. >> hey, sean. >> sean: the president is right, jay. the left in this country, and the media, have declared war on this president. but more importantly, it really
is also against the smelly walmart people like me and irredeemable deplorables, and people that cling to god, guns, bible, and religion. because they don't like we elected, and they want to undo an election in all of this. >> well, look, here's what happened. the russia hoax ends up being nothing, when bob mueller did that attempted testimony, whatever that was. that got him zero. the report was nothing. the testimony was nothing. and then they come up with ukraine. i want to read something in this so-called whistle-blower -- i call spy. i don't know the person obviously, by the way, but when you read what the individual wrote, it sounds like spying. the one thing that is written, i was not a direct witness to most of the events described -- so this is hearsay, in our view. by the way. the witness actually said that in a court of law come in the middle district of georgia, say, in macon, they would not be admitted into court. it's called hearsay.
here's an interesting fact, just coming to light right now. this person says they have no first-hand knowledge of this. if they heard this from other people. the form that the so-called whistle-blowers fill out used to say this, in order to find an urgent concern credible, the inspector general must be in possession of reliable, first-hand information. in other words, the inspector general and the individual making the complaint -- that would be the first-hand information -- has to have firsthand information. that was on the form, literally, until apparently very recently. i don't know the exact date of the change, but it looks like it could have been changed as late as july or august. i don't have the exact date yet. but i will tell you this, months ago, no firsthand information? no report. so what is this? this is hearsay. secondly, what about the hearsay? with the american people should be thinking about right now is we've got individuals inside of some agency that are listening to the president's conversations, they don't like
them, and so they want them out. to the white house is being fully transparent, released these transcripts. let me tell you something. the transparency is great, but if you think this is good for america that we are going through this, guess again. foreign leaders will be hesitant. that's my concern, always been my concern. foreign leaders will be hesitant in engaging with phone call conversations with this nonsense going on here let me take it a step further peer nancy pelosi announces that she is going to start formal impeachment inquir- which, by the way, no differentt they have been doing for the last year or three. they do not refer this to the floor of the house for a vote. for articles to be referred to a committee for articles of impeachment. she did that before she even read this report. so what do you have here? this is not a legal matter. i want people to understand this being my friend and colleague, rudy giuliani, is going to be on. this is not a legal matter, it's pure politics. whatever the political
calculation is, which i think is a very desperate move, if they were to march down this path, i think it is political suicide for those that we do that. because what a sign of desperation. does anybody really believe that that 14 seconds uttered in that statement, in the conversation, if you put all of the references to joe biden and hunter biden, which is two, and that entire situation together, and you put in my colleague reference to rudy giuliani, that was raised, by the way, by the president of ukraine. i think it may equal 20 seconds. 30 seconds. in a conversation -- the transcript showed 30 minutes, with translation, probably less than that. at least 15 to 20 minutes. that's going to be the articles of impeachment? go ahead! start the process, vote. because this is bordering, not only on the absurd, but i think, there is a dereliction of
constitutional duty if you ignore the constitution itself. there is no high crime. no misdemeanor. no violation of a law, rule, or regulation. the justice department, when they looked at it, said there was no violation here. so i think this is just a political theater, that's what it is. >> sean: jay sekulow, thank you. and breaking today, and what is just the latest example of the left's real psychotic -- i mean, this is now derangement. anti-trump rage. "the new yorker" now features this cover. they show the president and rudy giuliani murdering uncle sam. i don't know if the mayor has seen it yet. former new york city mayor, attorney for the president, rudy giuliani. look, i watched you all the years you are mayor. i know you can take a punch, not the first time they've taken a shot at you. i want to get your take -- i want to go into the issue, how you got involved, and i want to go to that biden tape. because biden -- remember what
nancy pelosi said. trump is guilty of a shakedown, using taxpayer dollars. he said that on "liberal joe." using taxpayer dollars, that would be joe biden. on tape. >> this phony charge began, ironically, right, with they are claiming the president threatened zelensky with the cut off of military aid, 400 million, if he didn't investigate biden. that's not true. the president didn't do that. it's clear. military aid wasn't even on the table then. that's exactly what biden did. if you are going to impeach the president on some crazy, trumped up -- excuse the expression -- charge, doesn't biden have to be investigated? why is it so hard to get him investigated? >> sean: well, let's talk about that. when are we going to do that, mr. mayor? >> i don't know.
the scandal, the people choking america, are the corrupt, and the corrupt democrats that have been comin covering this up foro years. it's not just one situations, it's two situations. millions in the ukraine, billions in china. john carries a son was in the one in china. >> sean: so is "whitey" bulger's nephew. >> isn't that extraordinary? the money goes to "whitey" bulger's nephew. the stepson of the ice president of the united states, and the son of the president -- and they're coming after me for revealing it. i should be a whistle-blower. i brought out, the washington press, the corrupt washington press, has been covering up for two or three years, and to this moment, they believe it is more important to try to figure out, did i conducted the investigation correctly, as opposed to, is what i found, not only true, but rocks the foundations of our government,
when you have this kind of pay for play at the highest levels? remember, this is precisely what hillary clinton did with the clinton foundation. there is a very good question, what did obama know, and when did he know it? in december of 2015, "the new york times" excoriated biden for this conflict of interest, having his son, who i just been tossed out of the military for drug problems, put on the board of the most corrupt company in ukraine while he was giving out billions in the ukraine. >> sean: mr. mayor, you once worked in the prestigious southern district of new york. a lot of great lawyers have come out of there, and putting yourself, andy mccarthy, people on the other side of the aisle, even. here's my question. >> yap. >> sean: looking at biden, looking at his son, what he is admitting to an tape, in the case of china, he didn't have any background experience in private equity that i could find, or anybody that i know. 14 days after he went to china with his dad on air force to come and it's 1.5 billion.
about 35 seconds. >> bank of china was his partner, by the way, and "whitey" bulger's nephew. the 1.5 billion was clearly the buy joe biden. >> sean: you see laws broken? >> there can't be any other explanation for it. meanwhile, joe was caving into china on negotiations about and islands, tariffs. there are reports in "the new york times" about how soft biden was on china, and i we say, hey, maybe the 1.5 billion made him a little soft. this is horrible. and it's horrible that i have to go through this to get the press -- and even the fbi, who was turning down these allegations, that's why the ukrainians came to me. they said there is something wrong -- >> sean: and the state department. last thing, state department ask you to look into this. >> i have all of the memos come all of the text. they asked me to do it, i reported back to them, and they thanked me for the work i did. >> sean: good for you. mr. mayor, it's important,
that's an important fact. >> a very important fact. investigate biden, and then investigate me, okay? >> sean: okay. i'll stay on biden, but the mob go after you like they always do. it happened your own career. when we come back, and incredible studio audience. they will join us, as we continue tonight on "hannity." ♪ doug, doug! douglas! we're running dangerously low on beans. people love your beans, doug.
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♪ >> live from america's news headquarter, i'm jackie bonnie is in the new york. california's governor has vetoed a bill blocking the trump administration from rolling back environmental protections. this comes as the state battles the white house over several environmental issues. governor gavin newsom has already announced he would veto
the measure, concerned about the bill's impact on negotiations between state and federal water agencies. meanwhile, star stormy daniels has settled her lawsuit against the city of columbus, ohio, over her arrest last year at a strip club. daniels will receive $150,000 and drop all of her claims against the city. she was accused of inappropriate retouching customers, charges later dropped, and daniels claimed her arrest was an attempt by cops to protect president trump. she said they had an affair, but he denies it. i'm jackie ibanez, now back to "hannity." ♪ >> sean: time now to bring in our studio audience. the author of the soon to be released -- get it on amazon.com, right now come about i, out inabout a week and. gregg jarrett for fox news contributor sara carter. judicial watch president, then breaking a lot of news, tom fenton. former florida attorney general pam bondi.
the author of the best seller "still winning," fox news contributor charlie hurt is with us. also, joining us, constitutional law attorney, trumped 2020 advisory board member, jennifer ellis. author of "swamp wars," former ex-cnn fake news host jeffrey lord. fox news contributor emily compagno is with us. former clinton pollster, fox news contributor doug schoen is here. and we also welcome investigative reporter, "washington examiner," and that would be the one and only kerry picket. let's start. how many lawyers? lawyer, lawyer, lawyer, lawyer. all right, lawyers. when you look at the biden tape, i don't care who starts, you look at the biden tape, you are not getting the billion dollars. you are not going to get it. you've got six hours. fire him in six hours. why would a vice president of the united states of america
ever demands that somebody be fired in six hours? gregg, start with you. >> no investigation under the foreign, corrupt practices act has been launched against joe biden. there should be. it's a crime to use your public office to confer a benefit in exchange for something of value. it could be bribery, extortion on a services fraud, and this is sort of an admission by joe biden that that is what he was doing. if his intent -- and john solomon's story suggested was his intent -- to protect his son. that's a thing of value. it could be a crime. >> sean: i can think of a billion -- a few million reasons why he wanted to. jennifer, what do you say? >> i would definitely agree with gregg. the liberals are saying, this is some kind of corrupt intent, looking at president trump. the difference here is there was no legitimate reason for any vice president to do this in his office, in his official
capacity. when you look at what he is doing for the benefit of his son, that is absolutely personal, he was using -- >> sean: any father, you think your kid is in trouble, "the new york times" calls and says your kid is in trouble, they are investigating him over there, i want to talk to you or me in my capacity as a father. that would be okay, i'm thinking, right? be okay? >> he doesn't give up his status -- >> sean: he's allowed to be a dad. i wouldn't want "the new york times" to call me. >> he's bragging about what he has done. >> sean: did he break the law, do you believe? >> i believe -- by the way, the statute of limitations has not run out. i believe there should be an investigation, especially with what john solomon has brought to light, and i think the attorney general of the united states will instigate an investigation. this isn't over for joe biden peered >> sean: doug, i know you are a democrat, we will
forgive you for that. as a lawyer, forget political views, do you see a potential crime there? >> i think, if we are going to investigate president trump over evidence that it looks increasingly flimsy, to me, the only fair thing we can do in our society is look at the facts of the biden case. i think a fair-minded person would reach that conclusion, and that is how i see it. >> sean: emily, you are a lawyer. >> to add to this analysis, the circumstances and timing. for some reason, hunter biden hunter biden all of a sudden develops expertise in the gas industry in ukraine, after bidee vice president, and also, the entirety of the circumstances which goes further, obviously, funding his salary and et cete et cetera, democrats call for this to be looked into, as well. you can't just isolate bit as much what about is on. >> sean: how many agree with ofu agree with me, this was clear?
they were paying the kid to get influence on the president and many would? doug, you don't agree? >> if we are going to look at the president -- >> sean: you think you're going to get a multimillion dollar consulting contract in oil and gas if you don't have any experience in the country? you think you're going to get a billion in private -- i mean, i know we have great companies like goldman sachs. why would we go to goldman sachs when we can go to "whitey" bulger's nephew? >> to me, we do a fair-minded investigation. we let the facts fall where they may. we will reach, i think, reasonable conclusions. >> sean: we are done with the lawyers for a second. get to the important question. the president says this is war. i believe he is right. a bloodless war, although there could be casualties in some sense. they have declared war on this president, and i would argue, by
extension, we, the people, that voted for him. those that voted for him. >> that's what impeachment is, undoing the most sacred thing that we do in a democratic republic. i'm not a lawyer, or as my father calls them, liars. >> hey. >> sean: hang on. >> you don't have to be -- > sean: you have a free shot. >> you don't have to be a lawyer to know what is going on here. if you watch a gangster movie, you know what is going on here. it's a shakedown. whether it is a shakedown -- we don't know if that is, but that is why doug is exactly right. we should investigate this to the very end. i also think it is important, with the president did in terms of declassifying everything, they came to him, they said -- he said here, have it all, let the chips fall where they may. >> sean: sara, isn't the irony, 2.5, three, russia russia
russia, the only one that paid for anything russian to influence the last election in 2016 was a woman by the name ofn dirty line dossier. bought and paid for, funneled money to funnel to a research group hiring a foreign national. >> that's right, foreign national. a boomerang to. christopher steele, am i six. a former am i six operative spy was sharing information with his agency, never really former. if they were sharing that information, funneling information from the russians that had never been validated. we know that. none of the information in the dossier was validated. and shawn, even more so, that got the boomerang. we saw what happened there. now, with ukraine, i talked to a number of ukrainian officials this week, anothe a number of td they were talking about a brief smile. paris smell was in a lot of
trouble, even when they brought hunter biden on. and when they brought hunter biden on, why do you think they would bring him on? somebody who didn't know anything about gas, so many that didn't know anything about energy. it was because they needed a buffer. >> sean: we love you, back to you. also, hillary clinton's latest comments on the democrats impeachment inquiry. you're not going to believe what she said. i'd still like to get back to her crimes, that rigged investigation. oh, and the uranium one scandal, oh, and the clinton foundation. i've a lot of questions for hillary. i would offer hillary an entire week, five hours on this show, whatever you want. will continue straight ahead. ♪ now's your chance to save big on america's favorite boats during the model year clearance sale. save up to $2500 on remaining 2019 tracker and sun tracker boats. save up to $3500 on tahoe; up to $4500 on regency;
>> sean: hillary clinton is out of hiding, and this time, criticizing president trump with the usual buzzwords about, you know, being thrown around by her liberal democratic extreme radical socialist friends. take a look. >> the president, who has betrayed his oath of office to uphold the constitution and protect and defend our country, this occupant of the oval office poses a clear and present danger to our future, to our democracy. >> sean: you would have been a much bigger danger, though. anyway, hearing those talking points from hillary, not a surprise. very bitter, lost in 2016, and she herself said in an interview set to air this weekend, take a look. >> applying for a job and getting 66 million letters of recommendation, and losing to a corrupt human tornado. >> sean: he beat you solidly. let's see, pennsylvania,
wisconsin, michigan. you didn't see it coming, did you? back to our studio audience. tom fenton, you have done great work with judicial watch. freedom of information act information. you are already requesting, why? >> we have asked for the documents for the firing of the ukraine prosecutor. we didn't get them, so we had to sue. with mrs. clinton, this week, she was in court against us trying to tell the court not to let her be questioned under oath by our attorneys on the emails in benghazi. so she is still having to deal with that -- >> sean: has a statute of limitation gone? >> not yet. hillary clinton was facing severe potential criminal consequences in 2015 and 2016. they concocted the russia scandal to prevent her from facing the law. if they continue to freeze the justice department with mueller,
now the ukraine investigation, trying to protect joe biden because that popped up the last few months. this is not an impeachment. that implies lawfulness. this is a coup attempt, a continued coup against the president. if not a war, its lawlessness, and the president needs to confront it directly. he should cut adam schiff off from any classified information. he can't be trusted. the executive branch is the decider for who sees classified information. schiff shouldn't be allowed to see anything. >> sean: we get to the heart of this rage, kerry picket, against donald trump. it's inexplicable to me. they don't like -- donald trump cured cancer, i'm convinced they would still hate him peered he gave every american $5 million and signed on to ocasio-cortez's green new deal, they would hate him. nothing he can do to make them like him, politically. >> that really doesn't seem to be the case. keep in mind, as far as the school teach meant inquiry is concerned, we've heard, while
the democrats don't want to have this impeachment inquiry vote. a lot of it has to do with the fact that you have ten democra democrats -- >> sean: i think it is up to 13. >> it's down to ten. >> sean: three converted back, the hammer was dropped? >> who did not want to support this impeachment inquiry. they hadn't voted officially for an impeachment inquiry resolution. and that is because they want to make sure that none of these individuals are going to be on the record. it's also so -- >> sean: i say call the roll. i think jay sekulow was right, find out where they stand. jeffrey lord, you've been around the swamp, you talk your book about swamp orders. this is real. >> this is very real. in researching my book, i found an article from "the washington post," january 2017, a front-page article that was filled with anonymous folks, of course, who
are career government employees, saying they intended to do as much as they could to fight the president from within. it said it right there. all these different bureaus and agencies and departments. if that is what is going on here. hillary clinton is the symbol of this. she is the head, if you will come of the administrative state. they are everywhere. >> sean: jay touched on this problem, the president of the united states of america, his transcripts with the prime minister of australia, the president of mexico, and now the president of ukraine, we have operatives with the most powerful tools of intelligence that we entrusted to them, gregg jarrett, and they are abusing them. they have turned it on a president of the united states. i think it is unprecedented. >> it is. >> sean: we are going to lose the country. >> president trump ought to kick out all fbi and cia people out of the white house, because they are spying on the president. they are gathering together
information that they probably shouldn't have, and they are leaking it. but i want to make this point. if you examine the transcript of the conversations between zelensky and president trump, there is no quid pro quo, no demand, no pressure, no threat. what the president is doing is asking his counterpart in ukraine, please have your country assist in cooperatin coh our official deferment of justice investigation. >> sean: a key point. >> this is the document that requires ukraine to do that. this is the treaty signed 20 years ago. it's entitled the treaty on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters. ukraine hasn't always abided by this, so the president is asking them nicely, please cooperate. they are supposed to under this document, provide evidence, testimony, records, witnesses, of any american official investigation, and we know that
bill barr has launched one. >> sean: take a break. we will come back with more of our studio audience. where is this all going? lot of you this week have been writing this week, saying we are scaring you. i don't blame you, we've never seen corruption and abuse of power on this scale. and of course, the accomplices in the media. where's it going to go? we will ask our studio audience next. ♪ val, vern... i'm off to college and i'm not gonna be around... i'm worried about my parents' retirement. oh, don't worry. voya helps them to and through retirement... ...dealing with today's expenses... ...like college... ...while helping plan, invest and protect for the future. so they'll be okay... without me? um... and when we knock out this wall imagine the closet space? yes! oh hey, son. yeah, i think they'll be fine. voya. helping you to and through retirement.
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♪ >> sean: all right, we bring back our studio audience. all right, everybody is worried. where is it going? sara carter, where is this going? >> oh, this is the beginning of one of the greatest changes i believe in american modern politics. and the changes that are going to happen, it's going to boomerang back. we know there is enough there to show what happened with hunter
biden and joe biden. there is no evidence, absolutely no evidence whatsoever, on president trump. and sean, while we are looking at ukraine, let's not forget, we have john durham and william barr -- >> sean: looking into ukraine. >> looking at ukraine, looking at whatappened at the very beginning of the fbi investigation. so the american public, right now, we really just got to sit back, let the attorney general -- >> sean: you think the democrats are that stupid? show of hands, who thinks the democrats will take it to that point? >> yeah, i think they're going to try. >> sean: two nos. tom, where is this going? >> i think they're going to try to impeach him, at any time you hear impeach, you should substitute the word "cool." the justice department needs to go on a transparency tear, his interest income all of these documents on ukraine, but we are still waiting on the spygate document, release it all, the kook of all, that will shut it down. >> sean: assume you are right, except for pam and charlie, that
they go forward with impeachment. how many say it hurts them badly, badly in 2020? you don't think it hurts them? >> i'm the only democrat here. i want the democrats to win the election, if we have the right candidate. this is profoundly misguided. we could lose everything. trump is weekend. we are stronger than trump on a lot of issues, and by making the election -- >> sean: i don't think so. >> a bad mistake that i know you don't think so, but he look at some of the polls, plenty of evidence to support my position. >> sean: the most unconventional political figure, i'll just say in modern history. he doesn't poll well. people are going to talk to pollsters that like donald trump. >> the president's right, this is war. adam schiff was a prosecutor, and he behaved that way in a trial, he would be held in contempt of court. president trump is right. he needs to resign. >> sean: did bite and break
the law on the tape? >> did bite and break the law? i think there is evidence that he needs to be investigated, and president trump did nothing wrong. >> sean: nothing? by the way, how many did think the president did nottalking abs talking about this, is they do believe they don't have another way of beating trump at the ballot box. and i believe the truth will come out. could you imagine if hillary clinton had won? none of this would ever have been exposed. this always happens just before. could trump ask for anything more than to suddenly be talking about joe biden's corruption, and talking about china come at her china hasn't screwed us over for decades? >> sean: i have followed this story -- we dumb us for a long time. peter schweizer, god bless him, "secret empires," he was ahead of the curve. where does this go? >> the biggest problem right now is we have democrats who are looking at polls that say, oh,
look at this, impeachment thing looks really good for us right now, but the problem is there only looking at the present, not looking at the future, as to what happened in the '90s, how things were bright and shiny and the very beginning, and later on, ended up souring on the republicans. ended up boomeranging back. >> i think the president is absolutely right, this is a witch hunt, all-out war, but not just against president trump, this is against the united states of america and everything the founders bought for. as conservatives, we can't forget this is about the progressive left continuing to try to twist words and change the definition of those words to fit their own narrative and their own progressive plan. what they are doing is there trying to make impeachment a political term for the future. and we have to go back to our rule of law of the united states constitution. i'm so proud of president trump for standing up for the constitution. >> sean: it reeks of hypocrisy. >> absolutely.
>> sean: the russian dossier. the biden ukrainian problem. jeff, where does it go? >> really make an attempt to impeach him, but i think that really gets me, the president, god bless him, is taking all of this heat, because they are really after his supporters, average americans. th have nothing but contempt for regular people out there. how they are going to get elected, campaigning on, you know, you are a bunch of boobs and you've therefore got to vote for us, it's beyond me. >> sean: much more as we continue tonight on "hannity." thanks for being with us. ♪ thanks for being with us. ♪[upbeat music]
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