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don't miss treat animals. that's it for us, to an end every night, the show that is the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity, smugness, and groupthink. it could not from washing to that's the best weekend and coming up a "hannity" now. ♪ >> sean: welcome to the big breaking news addition of "hannity," hello miami! we begin tonight a fox news alert and tonight the witch hunt the schumer shift sham show, it is thankfully for the sick of the country, the united state senator denied the democrats latest witness and the vote to acquit the president is now inevitable and we will take place and know we expect 4:00 p.m. wednesday afternoon and the country can now hopefully finally move on from the back freak, partisan
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impeachment sham that will go down in history as one of the biggest and single most embarrassing democratic blunders of all time. now, a three year long and never ending temper tantrum, it will be over wednesday and the damage to the country as of tonight and calculable. the last same people, russia, prussia, russia, impeach, collusion, collusion, three years of this, those that advanced their conspiracy theories almost daily, those that totally ignored what was the bigness of signal abuse of power corruption scandal in history, those who ignore the dirty dossier, premeditated fraud on the pfizer court to deny one american his civil liberties, constitutional rights, those were for spying on a presidential candidate illegally and the transition team. leading into the trumpet and this is a period of same people, of course the allies in the medial mob, and
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they feel that what that was the latest coup attempt and they've not lifted a single finger at al to help you, we the american people, create a single job, they did not make us any more safe or secure or prosperous. they have drag this out, being their usual immature cells, clearly, their hatred of president trump now surpasses their decipher to do anything fe american people as evidenced by the last three years and this is actually a sad and a very dangerous chapter and we are closing in this country's history. earlier today, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell he secured the photo block further witnesses and prevent further distraction. he did not take on what's the soul constitution role of the house to impeach and by the way, the end is in sight, it cannot be soon enough and the g.o.p. senators, lamar alexander, and the opposition, to the
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democrats latest last-minute hail mary or what? more witnesses? we had the opinion witnesses, hearsay witnesses, the only one fact witnesses and went to the president want? no, no quade or pro or quote, they did exactly what the united states constitution as they really pointed out require. senator murkowski released the statement very powerful. "at the host justices end of the articles of impeachment that are rushed and flawed and i carefully considered the need for additional witnesses and documents to cure the shortcomings of the process and ultimately decided that i will vote against motions to subpoena." last night, senator lamar alexander tweeting this is a shallow and wholly partisan impeachment were to succeed, it would rip the country apart for a gasoline on the fire of cultural division that already exists. it would create the weapon used
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against future presidents whenever the house of representatives on a different political party. thank you for standing for the american people, thank you for standing for truth, for facts, for fairness, thank you for standing against what is a rage fueled a partisan witch hunt. thank you for standing for our constitution. any effort to extend their charade it any longer is not a waste of time it a further divide in this country. with the very latest, he's been a very colorful voice throughout the entire process senator ted cruz is with us. it senator, good to see you. i applaud your colleagues, i'm a little bewildered while we have to wait till wednesday and to be honest, but i guess we all know what will happen by then. >> well, that's exactly right the last 24 hours were pivotal for all intents and purposes the processes is over.
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the vote we had today, not to expend the trial or additional witnesses, we already had 18 witnesses testify in the house and we've seen thousands of pages of documents that the house managers in the white house defense lawyers focused on. and throughout all of it, the house managers never prove their case and so come out their strategy as you know was just the hail mary and they have not proven their case, their only hope was to bring additional witnesses and drag it out weeks or months and go on a fishing expedition hoping that somebody said something that would give them some basis for impeachment because they have not proven it. and this is a vote for the republicans right on the edge and today holding 51 of the majority to say we are done, we had enough and this is over and that means were headed straight to wednesday afternoon the vote on the final judgment and the president is going to be acquitted of the charges and he should be. >> tucker>> sean: now i know thw
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the congenital liar, jerry nadler, he kept repeating, we have so proven our case beyond any reasonable doubt. if i want to stick to the constitutional aspects and professor dershowitz said that you are one of his best students and he's going to join us on site and a little bit. but there are constitutional concern here. at the sole power to impeach that lies with the house, and the trial lies with the senate. i can't understand the argument if they totally completely prove their case went beyond any reasonable doubt and it's a case that's a slam-dunk case and why were they trying to get your buddies, the united states senate to take on the constitutional role of the house when they rushed it through so urgently so that they could go on vacation and then hold it back from the senate for so lo long? >> well, look, i will return the compliment from alan dershowitz, he was my professor and law school and definable and my professor in criminal law 101, the first week of law school was
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an amazing teacher and i think his presentation of the senate was one of the most impactful presentations of the entire trial. in particular he walked through the history of what the constitution requires and it's not just a vote on whether you like the president or not or if you agree with the present or not and your politics are the same. this is a vote on whether the constitutional standard is met in the constitution says for impeachment that the only grounds for impeachment are treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors and what professor dershowitz walked through very effectively and actually before him what ken starr walk-through very effectively, the constitutional threshold requires a grave serious crime of the level of treason or bribery. house managers did not try to allege a crime and they certainly did not prove one and that is why as a matter of law. by the way, we did this whole digression on quid pro quo and all the discussion about additional witnesses whether there was a quid pro quo, if
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there was not a quid pro quo, and the matter of law did not matter. it was a sad diversion and that's one of the things we clarify during the questioning period. i think it was fairly critical to getting the four votes to end and not have additional witnesses and we asked lindsey graham together and i rode the question asking even if you assume for the sake of argument, that there was a quid pro quo, does not change the legal analysis in this this a high crime or dense demeanor and the president's lawyers answered exactly right and if it were a quid pro quo, if the disd it doesn't matter because the president has the authority to investigate corruption and there was more than sufficient evidence of potential corruption with marie's mom and thereby that's where president to ask. >> sean: we know from the ukrainian court and politico, on election and interference and last question, senator, did you
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get an a and professor dershowitz's class? >> you know, it's an interesting story, first-class, criminal law, i did and i got a b+ in his first class, i took a second class called "thinking about thinking" that was with stephen, world famous philosopher and i got an a+ in that one. you can average of those two out. >> sean: wow. it then averages to a b+, a+, senator, you did great work and you educated public thank you for your duty basically and some people need to learn what's in the constitution. we need a reminder, by the way, remember, how did we get here in the first place? remember the complaint, nonwhistle-blower, here's a whistle-blower, whistle-blower that schiff lied about never having contact with. if we would love to hear from the whistle-blower when in fact the offense had end and a secret tip of the basement of the capital and these were the audition witnesses and ship had the chance to call any witnesses
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he wanted and any democrat could call the witnesses that they wanted. you got the hand picked and you know, from the people he heard from. says collectively leaking and literally putting the considerations and the republicans game in the case of bill clinton and his attorneys deny donald trump and his attorneys. after it all that, they congenital liar and his band of democrats, they still were banging at the senate to do the houses job for them. again, the house conducts the impeachment proceedings and that's their sole constitutional power. the senate's duty is to examine the evidence and right her a verdict after a trial. so it means that the time has now come and it's here. to end the menace once and for all and the democrats, it means even more anxiety and desperation, more pouting, more temper tantrums, and party infighting and look at what happened on the senate floor last night. if you can't make this out.
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if you have the congenital liar schiff going after knotty nadler and trying to stop him from speaking. take a look. >> could you please respond to the answer just given by the president's council and provide any other comments the senate would benefit from hearing before we adjourned for the evening? >> mr. chief justice, members of the senate, we just heard from the house -- from the president's counsel. the usual nonsense. >> sean: if this was not so dangerous, it would be funny. after that temper tantrum which is really been going on for three years, president tweeted "nadler ripped final argument away from schiff because he thinks schiff did a terrible job. if they are fighting big time. at nancy pelosi, by the way, and total complete meltdown mode and upset that the president's words did an amazing job and his entire team did amazing job and
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dismantling the democrats pathetically weak case and she claims that they should actually be disbarred. wow. of complete lunacy, unhinged, outrage, panic, all of the above and it's all built of dysfunction. this has gone on for three long years. the democrats, well, the truth was the enemy for them. because the four facts that jim jordan always reminded all of us will never change. the four facts that exposed everything the democrats have been lying to you about in the media. no linkage between eight and investigation and the phone call, aid was never mentioned and zelinski and trump, there was never any pressure and no one in ukraine that there was a slight pause and release to aid. did nothing to announce the aid they did nothing. if they the announcement
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investigation and they got the eight and don't forget there are five significant high-profile meetings after the july call where there is no linkage to aid again was ever discussed. it gets even better because the democrats accusing the president of, in this particular case is exactly what they were caught doing. democrats were working with ukraine to try to dig up dirt on the trump campaign and the dnc operative alexander charlie beck, remember, she went to the ukrainian embassy chronicled in the january 11th 2017 political article. to dig up dirt on trump's associates and sabotage the trump campaign and by the way, help hillary clinton win. it was schiff who was caught on tape, remember that? colluding with a guy he thought was a russian who had dirt on donald trump to impact the election. what do you have on donald. what's the nature of? naked drum. and did vladimir see them?
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he's the only one caught on tape colluding with russians, and russian information was hillary clinton and the dirty dossier to spy on the prisons campaign and the presidency. >>e interesting. hakeem jeffries asked about his rant and he was caught off guard. to listen to him, literally the trembling in his voice, you can even make this up for a novel it so insane. take a look. >> under the house manager standard with the steele dossier be considered as foreign interference in a u.s. election a violation of the law and/or impeachable offense? >> the analogy is not applicable to the present situation because first, to the extent that opposition research was obtained with opposition research that was purchased. >> sean: of course, you have
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the mob and the media, they don't want you to know about any of this. they are a complete meltdown mode over the impending exoneration and no acquittal of president trump. they are literally unable to process but yet another conspiracy theory, another hoax, all of these lies that they have been telling for three years, yet again is blown up right in their corrupt faces. but three straight years the mob and the media nothing but state run radical socialist extremist democratic fake tv. propaganda galore, smears, the merchant, slander, you name it, they are involved in conspiracy theories. here is a small sample of that and much more. >> what we are witnessing tonight is really a capstone and a total collapse of faith in american institutions. >> it is a cover up. that is what this and it has now done. they have covered up what the
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president of the united states has done in his grievous action. >> came dictator light, autocrat alike, it is no different really than the kind of situation that vladimir putin or kim jong un or any other autocrat leader. it's the one that is three come along year sore losers of never-ending temper tantrum. foreign inter-election -- a dereliction of duty for president trump to not trust corruption in ukraine. oh, not getting 1 billion in less youth fire my zero experience son millions of dollars, $83 million a month. the average american family makes less than $54,000 in a year. and also by the manufactured phony outrage surrounding witnesses and john bolton, that has been completely bogus as well. listen to the present counsel patrick philbin exposing it all early today. it was a beat down. take a look.
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>> in the regular court the way things work, you have to do a lot of work preparing a trial called discovery to find out about witnesses and to oppose them and to find out about documents before you get to trial. you can't show up the day of trial and say "oh, honor, we are not ready. we didn't subpoena john bolton or witness x, witness y. now we want to subpoena that witness and to discovery." >> sean: ultimately the mueller report failed. more witnesses, democrats, okay that's all they had left clinging to the half-baked partisan impeachment sham and believing their own lies, all crumbling on capitol hill after hitting a roadblock called the truth. facts, reality, they relied on their allies, smears, hyperbole and their slander and their conspiracy theories and of course, more speculations, more. they failed on the facts, they
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failed on the law, they failed on the constitution. they handed president trump what is the biggest election year gift they could ever ask for. and 277 days from today, you are the ultimate jury. the american people. you get the final say. and by the way, your vote matters. the message you sent matters. you have the chance to once again talk the political establishment the sewer, the swamp, the people that have been doing this for three consecutive years should not be rewarded for the they are lying to the american people, for their slander, for their conspiracy theories. what have the democrats done to improve the everyday lives of americans that work hard, pay their taxes, you know, raise their kids, make our society a more perfect union? they have done nothing! not a single, solitary thing. the time for accountability is yours and 277 days.
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here with reaction house minority leader kevin mccarthy. are you here for the super bowl or here to see me? >> here to see you. >> sean: i don't believe that. good to see you. this has been a three year attempt. >> it has. the democrats this entire time have avoided the facts and they want to avoid the president at the polls. you are correct they hate this president but they also hate you, they hate me, they hate your viewers, they call it deplorable. just look at dom and lemon rally. >> sean: smelly walmart shoppers. i cling to god. >> sean: i cling to god, done from a bible. especially. but for them to continue to do this. there's got to be an internal civil war. it is true, it is the weakest and they failed every attempt. the most interesting part of all of those 18 transcripts, there is one they never released, one that never leaked. >> sean: for the whistle-blower. >> of the inspector general and
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we wonder why. >> sean: the inspector general, that was the whistle-blower -- >> this is where this all started, inspector general had a letter about adam schiff coming forward and saying the administration might stop this whistle-blower from coming forward to. the only person that stopped it was adam schiff, the left wire because he met with the person. >> sean: if you become the speaker and 277 days or eight days from now. will you go back and will you release it questioning >> i think it is only right. the answer is yes and we can release it right now. all that adam schiff has to do is call the intel together and have a vote. if we have a majority we would have a vote to move it forward. that is the difference. that is why we need to change. if they win again and the president wins this will continue. look at this contract, they continue with lives of adam schiff and the president middle east peace and science u.s.-mexico canada trade agreement and signs an agreement with china. he is still doing all -- >> sean: do all those. >> what if he had a congress that would work with him instead
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of blaming america first and actually working for america first. that would be a fundamental difference. >> sean: let me ask you this because i think it is important. what has happened to the democratic party? joe lieberman once the vice presidential candidate, they threw him out of the party. are there any scoop jackson joe lieberman's? >> very few left. remember this all started because nancy pelosi wanted to appease her socialist mate. this party became the party of bernie sanders and aoc. remember, bernie is rising in the polls after aoc endorsed. remember this, nancy pelosi just last year in march said "impeachment would divide the nation." you have to have overwhelming bipartisan. at the end of the day bipartisan vote is no. >> sean: it started in the house. your entire team stuck together. speak with the entire team. >> sean: jeff andrew, good for him. >> at the beginning we needed 19 seats and we only need 18 now
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because we had a democrat join us. >> sean: thank you, kevin mccarthy come appreciate it. by the way joining us former republican congressman fox news contributor trey gowdy. mr. gaudi, so good to see you. we are glad you are with us. we have a beginning sunday and i have a big interview on sunday with president of the super bowl, which i'm very honored to do. let's talk about -- >> you do? >> sean: yes, sir. i'm more focused on work than the super bowl right now. let's go through the law and what was done wrong here with him rushing this. >> you have due process, substance and procedural. so you've got a prosecutor who is fundamentally flawed, who claimed he had evidence of collusion, russia but would never show anybody. he lied about meeting with the whistle-blower. he made up a parody even though
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the transcript existed. so you know, i've heard a lot of talk about a fair trial but you need a fair investigation. prosecutors are ministers of justice. they are not out for a certain result. shift mxp nine was the wrong person to lead this investigation. and then the white house counsel to participate. you didn't let the republicans call witnesses. you didn't let republicans cross-examine the witnesses. so why would you expect people to embrace a product when both the substance and the process was so fundamentally flawed from its inception. >> sean: you never lost the cases of prosecutor. you spent these years in congress, one of the more articulate congressman in my view. where this intersects, politics and the law, looking at it through the prism of an election in 277 days. what is the impact? >> i think, sean, my fellow citizens regardless of political ideation have this belief that this precept of fundamental
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fairness. in they have this innate ability to sense when something is just not right. and when 60 house democrats vote to impeach donald trump before one syllable of the mueller report has even been published, i think people know this is a strategy to weaken the president, but also to take the senate in 2020. and i just got to count on my fellow citizens to see through this. this charade. i've got to count on my fellow citizens to have higher expectations for us as a congress and for precepts of justice. >> sean: all right, trey gowdy, thank you for your expertise. you will not believe what the democrats are saying about the trumps acquittal. they are losing it. lindsey graham, now in miami. how are you doing to miami? we are here and we have the big game coming up this weekend. we have a lot of friends with us as we continue, alan dershowitz on set with as well. ♪
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♪ >> sean: what a great crowd in miami. welcome back. a tremendous victory today for president trump. more importantly for you, we, the american people, and our great country. the greatest god gave man and the usa. that did not stop the senate minority leader chuck schumer spreading more faceless mayors and despicable lies against the president. why? he is a sore loser and three year temper tantrum continues as usual. i don't think it will ever stop. take a look. >> with my republican colleagues refused to even consider witnesses and documents in this
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trial, this country is headed towards the greatest coverups since watergate. if my republican colleagues refused to even consider witnesses and documents on the trial, what will the president conclude? we all know he will conclude he can do it again. in congress can do nothing about it. he can try to cheat and his election again. >> sean: know, that would be your party. by the way what about prayer" joe. quid pro quo joe, you and what about your experience hunter. chucky, in anybody that can get paid millions with your experience? how come you don't talk about that, chuckie? i guess because you are a hypocrite and you have a double standard and you are a liar, that simple. here with reaction to today's historic in the senate, lindsey graham, good to see you. >> thank you. >> sean: i know how hard you
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work. i know how hard you work. i know you stood for the truth and the constitution, and this was never going to be an impeachment conviction, but thank god we got to where we got to say why is it wednesday? >> you know, mitch mcconnell did a fabulous job. you have 100 people in the senate and you have to deal with them all. that is the best he can do. they have a lot of ability to drag this thing out really forever. but he negotiated wednesday. i wish it would be sooner. but you have alan dershowitz, ted cruz was awesome, trey gowdy is so smart. i went to the school of hard knocks. you know what i believe about all of this? it was a bunch of artists and [bleep] that continued in the senate, and the president will get acquitted. it will blow up in their face and i think that's what this is all about. >> sean: you know what i'm glad you said it. if i say it, i don't have to deal with it. >> that is your problem, that is
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your problem. >> sean: it is total b.s. and you know something, they have not considered one time in the country. senator, you are in washington, and the swamp and the sooner. this is what draining looks like. here is my question, can you name a single thing the democrats have done in the last three years to make us more safe, secure and create jobs, prosperity? i can't think of anything. >> they were with the president nca, let's give him credit for that, right? and prison reform. but you have to realize that president trump has done a lot of bipartisan things and quite a people hate his guts. but the reason this is b.s., sean, it took 78 days in the house impeaching the president of the united states. during that time with my schiff led the investigation and the president could not call one witness on his behalf, could not cross-examine anybody. he was shut out most of it was hearsay. so it defies basic fairness. when it got to the senate, they are accusing me and ted and
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others having unfair because we refuse to call witnesses. they could have called in the house. you know why they didn't call mulvaney and bolton and others in the house, sean? you know why they didn't? because it would get in the way of them impeaching the president before the election. their goal is not to remove him from office, but put a black mark on his record. and i hope it blows up in their face. >> sean: now they say -- i want to get to this bolton issue. glissade the president did say, i'm not going to give them a penny. and this and this and this. number one, they got it all and they never did a thing, and number two, doesn't the president have a role to faithfully execute the laws of the land? isn't there enough ample evidence between politico, ukrainian court antiquated pro quote joe and serious experience hunter for a president to be concerned laws were broken? the answer to me as unequivocally as.
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>> number one the president had every right to ask you a to look into the bidens because i am. are they going to impeach me? when this is over wednesday, i will make sure the chief of staff of john kerry, who was told about the conflict with hunter biden, did you ever go to joe biden and tell him you have a conflict? george kant who works for the state department informed the obama administration that hunter biden is receiving $3 million a year from a the most corrupt country in ukraine. the vice president has appearance of impropriety and conflict of interest. we will get to the bottom of the biden affair. we will not live in america where you look at donald trump morning, noon and night but you take a wrecking ball from the trump family and everybody else. >> sean: donald trump on stage saying you are not getting $1 billion unless you fire the prosecutor investigating don jr. who is getting paid millions of dollars with no experience.
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you have the last 15 seconds. what with the reaction be from chucky schumer and company then? >> holy and can you imagine if mike pence was in ukraine making money and he was in charge? this will end wednesday but this is just the beginning of oversight. we are going to find out what happened. >> sean: senator, that is a slam-dunk case. and i'm going to identify after wednesday every law that needs to be considered as we have before us. senator, you have done a great job. thank you for standing strong for the rule of law, the constitution, the office of the presidency. very important for our country. left, professor dershowitz toward them to shreds this week by giving them a history lesson on the constitution and powerful president in this so-called sham trial. professor dershowitz right here sitting next to me next. and also reince priebus to explain what this means for the president's reelection chances
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for $1.98. get it on bookstores everywhere, guilt by accusation. you do not want to go up against this guy in a court of law as we learned this week. he tore them to shreds. he is on sat with us in miami along with chief of staff reince priebus. good job, take a bow. >> how did i give ted cruz a b+? what was i thinking? i didn't know that. >> sean: an a+ and the second class. >> that is easy to explain because he was such a good student in that class he helped me teach it. his hand was up the whole time and a good point about everything. >> we have plates the heart of both horrible thing said about you. >> unbelievable. and schiff wants to put me on trail. the doctrine, which he has lied about systematically. he said i say a president can do anything as long as he's running for reelection. i started my nixon should be impeached, he was running but he
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committed crimes. the point i was making the president has done nothing illegal. the fact that he may have had his eye on real electability is one factor. he couldn't turn that into corruption. everybody agrees with that. >> sean: professor, he has lied to the country for three years. he lied repeatedly. he lied in his memo on russian collusion. he lied and knew the facts were different. you know, in particular, it was repulsive, it was disgusting. i was going to compare you to muscle any and hitler? >> and they don't have the guts to put me opposite of him. look, you and i don't agree. >> sean: i will give you two a half an hour. >> i issued a challenge. i issued a challenge to my opponents. lincoln-douglas town hall meetings. debate me. i will do it. >> sean: i will let you guys go at it. great job. i know you have taken a lot of heat. sorry about that. by the way, i have been taking it for 31 years. >> i know.
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>> sean: you get used to it. all right, through the prism of 277 days from now and the election, is this a big impact or forgotten memory, reince priebus? >> well, i think it's the president that will be a forgotten memory. but without one of the best things of the presence defense team was that the democrats are trying to take the vote away from the american people. and people know it. the only reason the president was impeach because the democrats had more votes in the house. but if you look at the real clear politics average of president trump's approval rating, in october 2019 commit was 41.5% or so. today's average is almost 45%, so the average of approval has gone up. keep in mind, everybody, president trump's approval rating in 2016 on election day was 37%. which means he starting with
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plus seven-point advantage in the middle of an impeachment trial appeared to look, i don't think it will hurt the presiden. i think in fact, it shows to the american people how much he's had to put up with for the last three years. and he is going to have to keep putting up with it because nancy pelosi is now pulled a real sharp one. she says even if he has acquitted and vindicated, he is still impeached. he will have that label forever. that should not be how it is. why? he didn't have a fair trial. >> sean: correct. >> he was indicted. what happens if a person is acquitted after indictment? the indictment disappears. >> sean: i mean, republicans newt gingrich gave clinton due process and i know you are helping clinton at the time. they didn't give due process but all of this was denied. >> when you deny someone due process, then you can't come back and say, he is still indicted. if he wins at this come i think nobody should regard him as
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having been impeached anymore than you would regard anybody who is indicted as still being indicted if you want unanimous 12 person jury. >> sean: a scale of 1 to 10, last question reince priebus, will this help the president down the road or will people forget? >> people will forget about it but people will see bipartisan group of people rejected impeachment from the beginning. you will see next week the likelihood that a bipartisan group of people will acquit the president. >> sean: reince priebus, thank you. professor dershowitz book a fascinating read and i read it cover to cover. kindle a dollar $0.99, great job. >> thank you so much. >> you are proud but good political views. >> i wish people are great but you have to be strong if you are controversial and stand up to -- >> sean: i couldn't do this job. all right hate trump media mob
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officially are losing it. we've got the video evidence now in the acquittal all but inevitable dan bongino, as we continue, hey, miami. we are in miami. a little game going on to tell you about and preview my interview with president trump before the super bowl straight ahead. ♪ i feel like i'm losing my identity. business logo...outdoor sign. you always get me. now, get free 1 hour in-store pick up... office depot officemax and same time next week. yes!
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♪ >> sean: all right, as it looks more like the president is now about to get his acquittal, which he will on wednesday. and this and that sham impeachment, the schumer schiff sham show, the media mob entering the latest full-fledged
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meltdown. here with reaction fox news contributor dan bongino and sat with us and senior legal advisor to the campaign, and ellis. i played this earlier. you see, the people, they like the president, you know, baghdadi, caliphate. they like the fact that we got solo money. they like record low unemployment where the best in 69 and african-americans asian-americans, hispanic-americans and women's. they seem to like that. >> they like that their wallets are getting nice and fat and the president -- >> d'angelo signed a new contract. >> things come i appreciate that but the wallets are -- a lot of folks, president unprecedented effort to get red tape out of your life. they don't care. nobody gives a about impeachment. one quick thought david axelrod was going to focus with
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80 minutes before democrats brought up impeachment from a clown show let's get back to the country and running the show. >> sean: from a legal point come i don't think jay sekulow, scif 17, could do a better job. professor dershowitz. >> this is the narrative now, the 11th hour when the media is freaking peak hysteria, two big lies the left perpetuate. the first one that schumer is saying, no witnesses, no documents, that is a lie. there were 18 witnesses in the house and query. over the course of the nine days of arguments and opening statements, we heard 192 clips of testimony from 13 witnesses in over 28,000 documents. were given in the house record to the senate so that is a lied there were no documents are no witnesses. and then second the next life perpetuating is somehow an acquittal doesn't mean vindication. and every legal sense, that means that a judge, a jury, or whoever is the arbiter here, which in this case and this
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instance is the senate. when they return a verdict of acquittal, that always means not guilty legally. it is a lie. you have the lighting left and then you have president trump on the right, promises made, promises kept, and it could not be more stark. >> they have light for three years, they are liars. they live. >> this is the first impeachment in the united states history and you realize with no victim, i have asked a couple of people. he was the victim? they cannot ge get a single ukrainian to come forward and say -- >> sean: a total hoax. welcome. we love having you. when we come back we are in miami. super bowl legendary sportscaster come a good friend of minem. jim gray will tell us who will win, straight ahead. ♪ be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. listen to the doctor. take it seriously.
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i think the house is changing him... -[ gasps ] -up and at 'em! ...into his father. [ eerie music plays ] is it scary? -[ gasps ] -it's in eco mode. so don't touch it. mm-hmm. i can't stop this from swinging. must be a draft in here. but he did save a bunch of money bundling our home and auto with progressive. progressive can't protect you from becoming your parents, but we can protect your home and auto when you bundle with us. -hello? -sorry, honey. [ telephone beeps ] butt dial. ♪ >> sean: don't forget my super bowl interview with the president, 3:30 eastern. i think we have a few things to
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talk about but we are here in miami, super bowl sunday, kansas city and san francisco. joining me now, not only a legendary sportscaster and broadcaster, fox news contributor, personal friend, tim gray. >> great to be with you. >> laura: i want a good game. >> we all do and the country needs this super bowl. we need to see the joy of patrick mahomes. he is so talented. >> laura: the staff curry of the nfl. >> would love watching him. we can't wait to embrace jamaica ruffalo because he is so good. >> sean: how old is mahomes? >> 24. he's about to be the highest player in football. >> that is going to take a while, they will probably do the contract but it just comes at a great time. it's been an awful week with kobe bryant is passing. >> sean: terrible. one of the best players ever. >> knew him since he was ten weeks old. going to miss him.
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it's just awful. now we have a chance for everybody to come together, watch the super bowl, tune in on fox. >> sean: you're going to be doing it? >> going to be doing the broadcast. >> sean: do you have a prediction? speak i predict we will have a great game. i have vacillated. every half hour. they have so many weapons. but the team they are going to outscore them, kansas city on average, the 49ers have outscored them with one more point. over the course of the season. >> sean: should nfl football go international? >> of course, it already is. they play in london. that would be hard because how do you do the competitive balance, who is flying where, how do you do it? >> sean: what is tom brady going to do? >> tom brady doesn't know. if he doesn't know, how should i know?
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>> sean: got it. before the super bowl, 3:30 eastern, i will be interviewing the president. first interview since all the events. we will always be fair and balanced, never the media mob. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham is next for miami. we will see one super bowl sunday. have a great weekend. >> laura: i'm laura ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle," not from miami tonight. we are in washington where all the action is. come on, hannity. now that they've lost their witness vote, democrats still can't let go. senator mike ron and congressman meadows has a reaction. and mollie hemingway is here tonight. they are explain how the democrats have stuck these last little tricks in their bag have turned the public against washington even more, if that's possible. and raymond arroyo gives you an impeachment seen friday follies. adam schiff's and jerry nadler's big crack-up and schumer