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an even killer popcorn. don't forget to dvr and have a spiffy weekend. and "hannity" for the full hour starts now. ♪ welcome to "hannity" what a "newsweek" it has been an impeachment madness next week. we will be all over them when we began tonight with more breaking news at home and abroad, including major new details from the present action in iran. plus we will cover a tense sand my standoff and a russian warship nearly ran into a u.s. navy destroyer. we will play that full tape coming up, laura ingraham had a long sit down with the president of the united states. we will have a preview of that interview, and also talk to laura about behind the scenes.
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first, a big development from the deranged house speaker nancy pelosi. today, as we predicted, she did finally came to mitch mcconnell. she agreed to send over her b.s. articles of impeachment to the senate. no one on either side of the aisle is sure why the speaker was clinging to a dear life to the articles. we have no idea. but as as of yesterday it was not clear that nancy pelosi yesterday even knew why. as usual, considering this is urgent, urgent, urgent, urgent, urgent take a look. getting back to sports because that is all we live, football, football, college, high school, professional. we send in our team or do we have to send in a special team as well as a team because we have to know what that triumph is about. >> sean: before this month long pause of urgency, the very day's confused nancy pelosi, speaker name only argued impeachment was urgent, time
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sensitive, crisis, must be fast without delay before christmas vacation. now weeks and weeks of stalling over some fantasy that she's actually going to dictate, the constitution to the u.s. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell directing this in his trial, pelosi has given them. at some point next week, well, the senate will receive b.s. articles of impeachment because tuesday's trails begins wednesday. and this morning, the interview with laura ingraham. here is what the president had to say about nancy pelosi and her impeachment charade. take a look. >> mr. president we learned that nancy pelosi has announced she's sending articles of impeachment next week to the senate. what is your reaction? >> welcome i think it is ridiculous. she should have sent them a long time ago. it just belittles the process. nancy pelosi will go down has the least successful speaker of the house in the history of our nation. she has done nothing. >> sean: have they done for
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three years? nothing! let's be clear, pelosi is sending over this pile of garbage to the u.s. senate. i gave my message to you senate republicans last night. they are constitutional obligations, they do the impeachment come okay let the managers bring in all their evidence because there was no crimes, no high crimes, no misdemeanor, no bribery, no treason, totally made up charges. one fact witness. now, let them put forward their case, you don't go in and say, so bad, let us do it for you, no, your job is to have the trial and let them present the evidence that was so compelling to impeach the president. and then went on hearing, only fact witness, then call the roll and get rid of this. of course, we will watch the compromise, the corrupt congenital liar adam schiff. the only one fact witness for all republicans in the u.s. senate in this entire case, other is here sake mothers come up course from opinion witnesses, gordon sondland.
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he gave exculpatory information about the president refuting the charges, yes, what did he say he wants, nothing no. quote quote, came over, do your job, don't start trying to redo their bad work in the u.s. senate. don't give any credence to what they have done and how they are hurting the country with politicizing, all of this going on over three years. so-called whistle-blower, not whistle-blower, fraud, coordinating. we now know schiff's office. it is up to the controlled senate, do your job. your job is not to undo the mess that they are handing you. your job is to dismiss it because there is nothing they are. not carry out nancy pelosi's bidding and the squad's bidding. that is not your constitutional role to hold little adam schiff's hands and correct all of his lies. and they are lies, and mistakes and his psychosis. you can't fix it anyway. it's not your duty to try to
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justify the democrats fabricated charges. three years in running now and the b.s. once and for all, get back to working on issues that will impact the lives, the safety, the security of the prosperity of the american people. don't forget, any intentional witnesses, that will be executive privilege. the president confirmed that today as he should. take a look. >> why not call bolton and allow him to testify? it is bogus. >> i have no problem other than one thing. you can't be in the white house as president future. i'm talking about future, many future presidents and have a security advisor. anybody having to do with security and legal and other things. >> you will invoke executive privilege? i think you have two for the sake of the office. >> sean: by the way when you think of the call the president talked about, what is the president's oath? what is his constitutional pledge? politico and even ukraine court said, yeah, they tried to impact
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our election. we know about quid pro quo jo ann zero experience hunter. the presidential duties uphold the legitimacy of the executive branch, not just for himself, but he is right. this is about the executive branch, future presidents and unlike the impeachment of bill clinton, pelosi's articles were not passed on a bipartisan basis. zero republicans in a house voted for it and a few democrats actually voted not to impeach. this has been and remains a political witch hunt. the only one guilty of a quid and a pro and a quote is joe. you are not getting 1 billion. listen fire the prosecutor it is a desperate last-minute attempt to smear, slander of the president to try to get the political advantage. they know they will not do it. they want to hurt the president politically. earlier today the president had this to say about the democrats never ending antics. take a look. >> we just heard that they are
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thinking about adding another article of impeachment. they are floating this to include the events over the last few weeks. here is what chuck schumer just said. >> over the past few weeks, there has been several disclosure of evidence that appear to further incriminate the president. each disclosure both stream the arguments we democrats have made for a trial that future is the relevant documents. >> your reaction to potentially adding to articles of impeachment. they still haven't delivered to the senate floor. >> so they can't win an election that will take place in ten months. they know that. and the only thing they can do is like the congressman green said, we can't beat them, we have to impeach him. >> sean: wow, they were saying that two days after the election. we played the montage all through 2017-2018, now 2019. impeach, impeach, impeach impeach. one thing they have accomplished for the american people. this is supposed to be public
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service, we the people, the u.s. senate, especially republicans you need to end this for the sake of the country in the constitution and frankly, for the sake of the future presidents. in america it is weak, the people, you come of the servants, we the people do our work. well, guess what, in 298 days, we, the people, we make the final decision. joining us now with more author of the book best seller guilt by accusation, harvard law professor alan dershowitz texas congressman and also louie gohmert is with us, good to see you both. professor i will start with you tonight. okay, the supreme court, when there is a conflict between the judicial and executive branch, i will defer to you, professor. in the executive branch six remedy like executive privilege. the court decides to take it up. i would think stinking stomach seeking remedy in the court is the constitutional thing to do. they didn't want to wait for the
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court's decision which i would estimate sometime in june. what do you think professor? >> absolutely right. checks and balances in separation of power requires the president or anybody in the executive branch is asked to disclose material covered by executive privilege, the executive branch has an obligation to say no to the partisan house of representatives committee. and say, look, if you want to have a subpoena recognized, go to court. get the court to validate it. that is what they did in the nixon case and other cases. but told a president impeachable on obstruction of congress for simply exercising his constitutional authority as head of the executive branch, to impose and invoke checks and balances and judicial review would make alexander hamilton turned over in his grave. he says, when you have a conflict between the two branches, the umpire is the judicial branch. so the democrats and the house
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should have gone to court and they could have done it on an expedited basis. and sort review and sort enforcement. they prove probably would have won because that is as the president said in the interview, a example of executive privilege. getting advice from your national security advisor, national security issues, the court would generally uphold executive privilege. maybe they wouldn't. but you cannot expect the president and the executive branch to simply capitulate to a partisan majority on a committee of congress. >> sean: let me ask you louie gohmert, because i read the constitution and i will defer to you and professor alan dershowitz, both lawyers. but my reading is it is the sole power of the house of representatives to impeach. that is their role. that is they are only. the trial i made is the constitutional role of the u.s. senate and the chief justice that will preside over the
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hearings. now, they have impeach this president. they will have managers present their case to the senate. okay. now i know some republican senators may be saying, maybe we should call other witnesses. but if it is the house was role to impeach, my question is, why would this send it to nothing but except listen to their case and not to the takeover of the role of the constitutional job of the house? can you help me with that? >> well, of course, you are right about that and professor dershowitz has made it clear too, the only real abuse of power is by the house of representatives and demanding that the president not protect executive privilege. and not go to court to get it defined. so yeah, the house did not do its job on impeachment. there was no high crime. there was no misdemeanor. there was no treason, bribery.
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they dropped all of those things. so we know and you and i have talked about it, sean, when the democrats are accusing the president and republicans have doing something, that is exactly what they are doing is projecting. the abuse of power and obstruction of congress, that is exactly what they have been doing. and all of the garbage about clear and present danger, we have got to act now! we have got to violate our own rules and not allow the party to have witnesses. we have got to move forward and then sit on it for a month or so, that just shows the hypocrisy. and the majority has not done his job in the house. you are right. the trial -- close >> sean >> seanprofessor, a quick 15 seconds, do you agree with louis on that and with me on that? >> yes, i do and federal 65 said you need a speedy trial. you need to have a trial right
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away, impeachment and removal are part of the same process. it undercuts the process when undue delay for partisan technical. >> sean: guys, thank you both for your insight. very insightful. very helpful next week and again we expect this to begin on wednesday. u.s. senate, don't go in there and do the houses job here they have a role and let them present their case. you hold the trial. tonight, also tracking to major situations out of the middle east. now breaking moments ago, we are learning soleimani was not the only high-ranking iranian terrorist over the weekend. look at these new reports, the leader of iran's so-called elite codes forces and you meant the subject of a u.s. strike althous allegedly not successful, it is clear that u.s. has been working to incapacitate the leadership s revolutionary guard. they promised to drive from the region but the president is undeterred. obama, biden the error of
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appeasement to bribe dictates -- dictators, we will give you money, those days are done, no bribery and no longer supply billions in cash to the world'sr one state-sponsored terror that says america wants to write israel off the map. the president will never allow them to have a nuclear weapon. we can't risk that with that insane ideology. unlike obama and biden, united states will not cut and run just because iran would like to try to intimidate us. there will be a price if they want an escalation. take a look. >> acting prime minister has notified mike pompeo about potential plans drawing up plans for u.s. troop withdrawals from iraq. mech. you ran on pulling out of the middle east. why not use this opportunity to say look, we are done. >> i'm okay with it, by the way -- >> you are okay with moving the troops from iraq? >> that is what they say publicly but they don't say that privately. >> sean: the president has
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committed peace. we know the trump doctrine. he will sit down with anyone. he got criticized for sitting down, i will sit down with kim jong un, vladimir putin come all these bad actors. i will not bribe you but we will talk. let's see if we can talk. and we will not have boots on the ground. we do not have protracted contracts. i will be in the caliphate in syria. he will not allow the hostile regime to cross the red line. that is to attack the sovereignty and kill americans. unfortunately, iran is ruled by what is a reckless, evil, irresponsible, radical dictatorship. and on tuesday according to the intelligence, they found a passenger plane with a russian-made antiaircraft missile killing 176 human souls on board, including dozens of canadians, ukrainians and iranians. now new video has emerged showing the plane getting struck with what looks like, yep, some kind of missile before falling out of the sky.
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the rogue regime and iran are still denying the plane was hit with the muscle claiming the u.s. is spreading lies about the crash. according to reports from iranian bulldozers have already been seeing clearing the debris before investigators actually arrived and tehran is currently refusing to turn over the plane's black boxes. meanwhile in the golf, a russian warship came within feet of ramming a u.s. destroyer. as i have said many times on this program, the government of iran, the russian regime are hostile regimes. russia is ruled by a hostile actor. we know his name, vladimir putin. that must be detoured and countered whenever possible. you know, benjamin hall, what is the latest? >> sean, remember russia is key to remind that it played the role in the middle east. we have seen these provocations before, particularly when not in the headlines. today was a russian spy ship that addressed a u.s. destroyer
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in the north arabian sea. it swung dangerously behind the uss, coming as close as 60 yards only turning away after five warning sirens signaling a collision. the u.s. has had significant backup and routine operation and part of the powerful harry s. truman carrier craft straight group. after ten or 15 minutes, the aggression russian ship pulled away. president putin has been active in the middle east and has gone under the radar. he has been with allies of asada, syria and turkey, naval drills with other allies iranian and the chinese. he has even offered to mediate between the u.s. it does seem as though hooton does not want to be out of the current tensions. he is trying to show he has a role to play in the middle east and don't forget and he pointed out, near russian missile brought down ukrainian play mclean. >> sean: benjamin hall, thank you in his interview with laura ingraham president trump made news with a very important
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revelation about soleimani not previously known. let's take a look. >> don't the american people have a right to know what specifically was targeted without revealing sources? >> i don't think so, but we will tell you it was probably going to be the embassy in baghdad. >> they have large scale attacks planned other embassies and if those were planned, why can't we rebuild that to the american people? wouldn't that help your case? i can reveal that i believe it would have been four embassies. >> sean: four u.s. embassies being targeted, soleimani, what was he doing in baghdad, right? the president had to act. more on the interview in the next hour, the host of "the ingraham angle," laura ingraham, first of all, thank you for sharing part of this interview with us. number one, there were people in this business that are not so gracious as you, let's just put it that way. you are amazing. but more importantly, my staff told me first, this interview is phenomenal. you talk about all of it.
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impeachment. you talk about soleimani, the trump doctrine. you covered a lot of ground. let's get your general thoughts. >> i think the president seemed incredibly confident and very, very at ease given what he has been facing, sean. you documented since it came down the golden escalator how they have targeted, how they have targeted his family. now, they are trying to impeach him after failing on mueller. and so he's used to this minute-by-minute household. on the soleimani thing, especially, the guy was going to take out major u.s. insulation. and he doesn't think it is his obligation to share every minute detail of that with the hill. he said which is key, it might not trust the hill, given a lot of the leaks that have occurred, given what he thinks is essentially unfair and fraudulent dealings on some of these other investigations. though when you try to impeach a
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successful president on bogus grounds, it has a spillover effect on the trust issue on other issues. >> sean: may be with you being with the president today and the time you spent with him, we now see an emerging trump doctrine which, by the way seems like everything else between the border, the tax cuts, the originalist justices and bureaucracy, new freer, fair trade deals, doesn't want boots on the ground, conflicts. the president took a lot going in here. two drones shut down. we have straits of hormuz, pirating tankers to impact the free flow of oil that market prices and saudi arabia unprovoked. but the redline was killing americans. now he's given the iranians and out. so it seems like he doesn't want conflict of war buddies ready to act and is not willing to bribe. >> yeah, i think it is prudent realism and action. that, to me, what has been
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demonstrated by his reluctance to kind of fall into perhaps the trap that the democrats almost and i say almost appear to want him to fall into which is to escalate this commercial nestles flying back and forth and loss of a lot of american lives. he didn't want to do that. and he wanted to send a message, to do this and you will pay a big price, don't push it. i think the iranians know that despite all their bluster. i know you spent so much time with the president, sean, i think there are very few individuals. he did say this about himself, could withstand the daily onslaught that he's had to withstand and take and produce the results that you just ticked off on trade and judges and everything else. very few people could handle that, none of the democrats. >> sean: this is amazing, only 1% and all of it coming up in about 37 minutes. laura ingraham, great job tonight.
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mr. president, we know that she is sending articles of impeachment next week to the senate. what is your reaction? >> it is ridiculous. she should have sent them a long time ago. it just belittles the process. nancy pelosi will go down as the least successful speaker of the house in the history of our nation. >> you can watch the rest of laura ingraham's interview with the president in the next hour on fox news. and now, back to "hannity." ♪ >> he made millions and millions of dollars a year. ukraine took care of him. how about china? he walked out with 1.5 billions to manage and never did it before. he didn't know anything about oil and gas. he was making a fortune. so where is hunter? where the hill are you, hunter? i sort of hope it is joe because
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he will hear where is hunter every single debate nine times. >> sean: that was the president last night asking questions to mainstream media mob should be asking. never will. instead, democratic competitors like elizabeth warren, they are getting cushy pieces like this focused on her skin care routine. anybody want to know about mine? meanwhile over there conspiracy tv, roswell rachel maddow, 51 conspiracy dnc channel, they are talking and and luke resemblance between bernie sanders and larry david. we have the tape. >> i am here with enthusiasms of david, no, wait. curb your enthusiasm's david but here we are together. if you become president, you have to be flying back and forth just to play him. >> that is true. it will not be easy for me.
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it will be great for the country. but terrible for me. >> a good job of four years of complaining. >> they are not related at all. >> sean: do you think trump look at that kind of coverage? no. fox news contributor sarah sanders, michael, the president of g.o.p. chairman reince priebus. you have to get back in the game. i told this to mark meadows. we need you back in the game. i'm appointing you something but i don't know what. look, you watch what they are doing to the president. now we will have the schiff show, sham show come impeachment show, expeditiously will end next week, sarah. but this has been every single day. we have our montage that we run all the time come impeachment two days after elected to come impeachment through 2017-2018-2019 but they did not get anything from mueller. the american people speak out 298 days. how does this play out?
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>> look my think it plays out exactly how we thought it would from the very beginning. we know it has been a huge waste of time come a huge waste of taxpayer dollars and frankly it has not played well for democrats. we seldom push every single day, telling us how urgent it was to get impeachment done. now, all of a sudden we have all the time in the world to sit back and wait while nancy pelosi gets more control more and more far left wing of her party and refuses to send the papers to the senate. it's been a sham from day one. it will be wiped away in the senate. and i think it will be a great day to watch the president get fully vindicated in the senate and then get to stand in front of nancy pelosi and all of her crazy colleagues as he delivers a beautiful and amazing state of the union and talks about all the successes of his last three years as president. i think it will be a great day. >> sean: you know, let's just for a second, let's look 298
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days down the road, reince priebus. and i've got to be honest. i want everybody in this country to understand what is at stake here. this is america literally on the brink. the america's freedom, $94 trillion and 10-year new green deal, $52 trillion medicare for all deal, we can afford any of this. but and i always want to play like you are behind a touchdown, no timeouts, down by six, and you need the touchdown and the extra point, 2 minutes, during the two minute drill. that is how i want you to look at the selection periods but here is my question, imagine that we get these words, we can now project donald j. trump elected the 45th president of the united states. they are going to lose their minds come all of them the mob. >> but look at this week. the week started on a nice edge with iran. it turns out the president made the right call. it turns out iran retreated. he had a solid jobs report
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today. and the key middle class wage growth up 3% to 5%. the same thing happened in 2016, sean. i remember days on the plane and i'm sure sarah does too, the president opened up "the new york times" and not just find one bad story on the page but every day, every single story on the front page was bad. everyone said you cannot win. wasting your time, wasting your money at the rnc. and obviously election night, president trump wins the presidency i'm shocked the world. so back to the hunter/biden issue though, i think the republicans might want to consider getting very bold it comes hurting executive privilege over john bolton and executive privilege over mick mulvaney. : hunter biden and find out what the truth is. because the center of the democrats case is that, was it reasonable for the president to ask about biden? if that is the center of their case, bring in biden and find out and exert executive privilege over the rest.
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>> sean: i want all of that to happen but with the house present their weak case. the senate listens to their weight case. so that as their sole responsibility of impeachment, tells why they impeached him and then call the roll. get this gone, then investigate mr. quid pro quo joe, you are not getting the $1 billion in less you fire the guy investigating my zero experience on being paid millions. that needs to be get into the bottom of the pier that is the very thing they ought to be upset about, right? >> it is time to make them nervous about the games that they are playing today with the united states senate. and i think hunter biden will be a big issue. i do think we need to be careful not to play all of it too early where it gets old potentially in the general election but hunter biden, there should be a strategy behind it. >> sean: last word, what do you think and do you agree with me, sarah, shall be called the roll, get this done? but then i think they should
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investigate hunter and zero experience hunter and quid pro quo. >> absolutely. i say we get this impeachment sham over with and out of the way. let's look into the bidens. i think there is so much information there. what joe biden spent half a century in washington, d.c., swamp pier at the last thing we need after president trump to come in and drained it is have e bidens come back and fill it up again. i think we out to clear the debt, get the impeachment out of the way, but let's look into all the corruption and make that part of the campaign. >> sean: well said, both of you. when we head back breaking news, it appears hillary clinton get in another free pass. later, find out why i'm standing with alexandria ocasio-cortez. i am defending her, straight ahead. ♪
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♪ stay went to the department justice prevent the clinton foundation reportedly ending with a ramp whimper? really no wrongdoings? despite evidence, the scheme to influence the state department and a future clinton white house. when that didn't happen, of course, donations fell off of the cliff. look at this, new emails obtained by friends at judicial watch provide more examples of her using her unsecure, nongovernment email to transmit yet again classified information. and to put us in jail. where's the accountability and equal justice application of our laws? and also just breaking tonight from fbi director ray submitted a declaration of the fisa court saying the fbi will implement all of the inspector general's recommendations to improve the
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accuracy of pfizer applications. meaning, nothing like the steele dossier should ever be in a fisa application again. with all due respect director right, that is not enough, sorr. the premeditated fraud on the fisa school court and a translation team and the president come i want to see a little more outrage from you. this is the world's premier number one law enforcement agency, 99% of fbi guys are the best in the world. really? that is your reaction? not enough for me. author of the best seller witch hunt, we are joined by fox news legal analyst gregg jarrett and fox news contributor sara carter and tom fitton. tom, again great work you are doing, freedom of information act, more evidence, more emails, more classified information, what is anyone else going to get away with that? i don't think i would. >> come well, appointed by sessions to take the heat off of
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spit don't make the point of special counsel but there's been no special investigation. and that will result in nonprosecution. that is no surprise. the same justice department, sean is depending hillary clinton in court. we were in court three weeks ago. they had six lawyers i in and ty are coordinating to oppose judicial watches to get answers. the fbi at the same time the justice department is leaking and they don't want to do anything on hillary clinton. the fbi is still finding, as you point out, more clinton emails. on top of that, we have new page peter strzok emails. even they were complaining about the way the obama fbi was given special favors and basically kowtowing to the clinton lawyers in terms of letting them get away with murder. >> sean: let me ask you from the legal side of it, gregg jarrett, again more damning evidence. are there any other options or do we believe, do we know that
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general barr and durham are digging down deeper? and director ray come a little infuriating at this point. >> i agree. i think durham is the serious investigation, but the investigation into hillary clinton, that was always a phantom probe, and investigation and name only and did he ever interview anyone, for example, the whistle-blower connected hillary clinton to the russians and the takeover of american uranium assets. i just got off of the phone with campbell's lawyer, no, he never bothered to interview the whistle-blower! look, the clintons became enormously wealthy through quid pro quo arrangements that were funneled through their foundation. the worst of which was $145 million paid by uranium at the same time that clinton committee allowed the sale of those uranium assets to go
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through. she all but hung a for sale sin on the office door and became wealthy by influence access peddling and other actions of corruption. >> sean: your take, sara carter. >> welcome i can't agree more with craig on the uranium one issue. as far as director wray, this was not a clerical error or administrative failure inside the fbi. this was basically fbi, senior fbi officials trampling all over the constitution and people's civil liberties. this is about the fbi pull supporting documentation to spy on an american. so this is outrageous that this is all he has to say. i mean, it has to be more than that. and i certainly hope, john huber, sean, his entire investigation was a sham. it was feckless, he didn't interview anyone as greg stated and as tom discovered, there is a two-tiered justice system and something has to be done.
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these people tried to unseat a duly elected president. they were sending disinformation out on people. they were destroying people's lives. and attorney general michael flynn are now facing a sentencing date while all of these people who are known layers walking around free, getting book deals and making a lot of money. so yes, something has to change, and i hope it does. >> sean: great work to all of you, by the way. you all played a big part in getting us here. the vindication and the ig report was massive. getting it right now is going to be another heavy lift for everybody. i really want to further vindication hopefully with the durham/general barr report. take a bow because you've done a lot for the country. when we come back congressman alexandria ocasio-cortez is under fire tonight and some democratic colleagues are mad at her. the group eat up for the ethical treatment of animals are ticked off at her, but i am going to dd her when we get back and
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♪ >> sean: theoretical laying and extremist democratic socialist party being led by none other than, of course, the real speaker, speaker name only pelosi. freshman new york congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez. tonight aoc reportedly irked democratic party bosses by refusing to pay party dudes and bankrolling the furthest left canada that she could find even against her own colleagues. now the animal rights group peta has put her even further in trouble if you will. now, i actually support the congresswoman on this issue. she adopted what was a purebred french bulldog. instead of setting the example by adopting a rescue pup, okay.
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i'm taking the side of aoc. here with reaction, fox news host of waters world small things to him of course, jesse watters. and by the way,, timmy's new show is amazing. good to see you both. you know, i like dogs. i not only like dogs, i admit it. i have one dog. my parents wouldn't give me a dog, tammy my whole young life. i was deprived. i got a dog when i got older. and my dog snowball 17 years old, the dog died and i went my bathroom and cried. i loved my dog. pick your own dog who would we don't need the government telling us what dog to pick. >> but look, even the choice of the dog, she is using it for publicity, so to all of her actions are meant to signal who she is and what matters to her and how she behaves, and why you
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should like her. this is for publicity. it's like john crawford adopting a kid for publicity. so when every action you take is about you, then it can be criticized. i'm a dog lover and i think they are fabulous. but clearly, if all progressive living, breathing human being, you know the problems, the population, you know there is all kinds of dogs in shelters including some purebreds, by the way, and i think that is important. i think it is fair to criticize her. i think it is also like she's not giving -- >> sean: she liked that dog. if you like that dog, pick a dog you like, come on. >> in a dog. every dog -- >> sean: snowball, snowball for the record was a rescue dog. i've had other dogs. i've had a vermes rescue dog. jesse. >> jesse is going to agree with
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me. it's going to be jesse and "hannity" world in a second. >> i agree with you, sean, but the dog is french. so it will not protect but rollover the minute she attacks. >> sean: jeez. why don't you make trouble on your own show? why do you save it for my show? what is that? >> i will do it again. i will make a prediction. she's got a boyfriend. they have moved in together, aoc and her boyfriend. they have now gotten the dog together. aoc will now be married next year. >> sean: before you do this, i don't want to hear it. that is my prediction. >> she will be engaged. you know what happens after that my marriage and then come i'm not even going to say it. >> sean: what is wrong with you. tammy, i don't care. >> it's what happens in relationships. all i'm saying is she got the dog she wanted and can we have freedom without being lectured by the peta squad?
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tammy, please! >> if there wasn't a massive issue with, you know, putting dogs to sleep, alone in shelters, being abandoned. again, any dog will look at you and you will fall in love with any dog. if you are going to say you are a progressive, then at least really do the right thing in that regard. it's not asking very much. but she clearly, this is part of her hypocrisy in general. there is all kinds of dogs out there. >> sean: i think you are being tough on aoc. she ought to be able to adopt any kind of dog she wants. listen, i got a poodle come i got a mini poodle. >> sean: there is a dog that will never convince me to adopt them. i don't like poodles, sorry. >> just see -- >> sean: snowball, snowball, and many sheep dog, like a mini sheepdog, the eyes and everything. >> you would love my poodle if
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you ever met him. >> sean: there is never a poodle that i have ever met that i liked. i just admitted that on national television that i cried in my bathroom. over my dog. >> you are very sensitive, sean. i never saw that coming. be when i'm not a crier. that was a joke. guys. when we come back, the president weighing in on the royal family feud, plus a preview, the great one mark levin. we will tell you about that next. ♪ pain receptors for effective, non-addictive relief. salonpas lidocaine. patch, roll-on or cream. hisamitsu.
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i wish i could. it's not that kind of sign. you know what? thanks. thank you. thanks so much. switch to progressive and you can save hundreds. you know, like the sign says. ♪ >> sean: president trump is now weighing in on the royal family feud. here is what he told our own laura ingraham. look at this. >> would you be able to give her advice for the rogue royals? what is happening there? >> i think it is sad. she is a great woman. she's never made a mistake. if you look, she's had a flawless time. >> harry should go back, come back? >> i don't want to get into the
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whole thing. but i find it. i just have such respect for the queen that i don't think they should happen to her. >> sean: an amazing interview. laura's interview with the president coming up in seconds year. thanks, laura, for helping us and sharing some of it with us. another quick programming note senator cotton joins the great one, mark 11, sunday night at 8:00 on the fox news channel. here is hastening peak. >> i was very disappointed at all my democratic colleagues to say over the last few weeks because if you got a chance to take a mastermind like qassem soleimani off of the battlefield, you take it. i commend the president for doing so. we should have done a long time ago. that interview 8:00 p.m. "fox news sunday" night. you don't want to miss it. unfortunately that is all the time we have left this weekend. okay, we will never be the hate trump media mob or the democrats. we will be all over there next week. impeachment.
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let not your heart be troubled but an amazing interview. you will watch the whole thing, laura ingraham interviewing the president starts right now. we will see you monday. ♪ ♪ >> laura: i am laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle" from washington and do we have a show for you. tonight my exclusive interview with president trump at the white house. it has been a wild week all around in washington. of course, the rest of the world. the president passed a monumental leadership test this week with flying colors. first we had iranian missile attack in retaliation of killing the masterminds be qassem soleimani and world war iii would ensue and as usual the president prove them wrong. so now, hostilities are in a deescalated state and iran may and i underline