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old hannity show, or deal with kim jong un, i'm easy. we will see if he takes us up on the offer. mayor pete, you are welcome. we will never be the hate trump media. we seek the truth and let not w your hearts be troubled, laura ingraham, wouldn't youha like to see that our? >> laura: well, i guess. >> sean: [laughs] >> laura: i'm not sure i want to seeon that. >> sean: you don't want to see? >> laura: isu know you want to suck up to him so that's good. you would be tough. >> sean: i will be tough but fair. >> laura: but here's the problem. on radio, i think i would like it on radio, on radio you would be tougher appeared in person, he is so sweet looking and he is such a sweet, nice person, it's going to be hard to be tough. >> sean: this is about the country. >> laura: he is like a little puppy. >> sean: this is about business. we are in business to elect the best person and i'm not sick of
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winning. i like the economics of it. >> laura: i know, but you like trump. if i'm pete buttigieg and he knows that you love trump, why is he going to spend the hour with you? >> sean: because he's going to go, did you talk to so-and-so on my campaign and then he goes, i will give it consideration, so i took that almost as a no but i said, i think you're making a mistake. come on the show. >> laura: never going to happen but i will watch. okay, you convinced me. i will watch. talk to g you later. i'm laura ingraham, this is "the ingraham angle" from washington tonight. we have a lot to say about pete. isn't that ironic that hannity just did what he did because i think listening to the media, you would think pete buttigieg beat bernie sanders last night. so what are they missing about mayor pete? someone in south bend who knows the real truth will be here tonight in just a few moments. plus, the establishment of her party wants her out. we're going to ask tusli gabbard
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despite the democrats dominating the headlines, it was actually president trump who set a record last night. nobody covered it. governor mike huckabee tells us what it means and raymond arroyo, this is almost a sad come of this is elder abuse, 24 hours for the bidens. come on. and we bid farewell to some more 2020 aspirants. seen and unseen next. first, not an obama repeat. that's the focus of tonight's angle. bernie sanders cannot get a break. after 2016, when he was essentially hosed by the dnc and dismissed by6, the media, this s supposed to be his time. then in iowa, despite getting votes, he ended up with fewer delegates than pete buttigieg, giving the former mayor a rosy press narrative going into
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new hampshire. but even when bernie pulled out a clear victory in new hampshire, it is still not even treated like a win. >> the big winner last night could be mayor bloomberg. >> buttigieg, klobuchar and biden split the moderate vote with their combined percentage winning over sanders. >> two moderate candidates come at a very strong shape tonight. >> laura: again, they will support everybody except the guy who actually won. but the reason is obvious by thy establishment and the elites don't want the curmudgeon socialist bernie sanders to run away with theon nomination becae what wouldni that do? that would upend their comfy if ineffective status quo. now joe biden was supposed to stop him but we need to stop him from embarrassing himself. call the caregiver. the man should be doing some age-appropriate group activities that will keep his mind active, but campaigning shouldn't beap e of them for poor old biden. given all this, where are the
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media toadies going to turn to now? to the person whom i dubbed last winter as the left's new it boy. >> laura: the newest darling of journalists, hollywooders and metro lefties is the mayor of south bend, indiana, the coastal elites? i don't think they'vee ever lovd a midwesterner as much as they love pete. he is a charmer. >> laura: he looked dashing in his army fatigues too. a policy walk, a harvard guy,my rose scholar, yet he is very he is a modern-day renaissance man. >> god bless pete buttigieg but he kinds of talks of the level of mr. rogers. the composure and poise and he just did it up here on the stage in new hampshire. he speaks and sentences. it's amazing, he's an amazing human being. >> laura: doesn't pete just
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make you all feel inadequate? and there is more. pete evolved too appear also. >> talking about growing as a candidate, mayor of south bend, indiana, and now he is the co-front runner perhaps for the democratic nomination.or >> laura: co-front runner plus mark is that what they s i guess technically maybe you could say two nomination contests, he is at 7% and 5.5% respectively. we needed to get the .5% in. but what he lacks popularly on main street, he makes up for that more than that on wall street. let's face it, they want to hedge against bernie. and theyt, know pete will be puy in the hands of someone like president xi and that is good for the globalists. at first glance, buttigieg seems to have a really good political resume. former small-town mayor, army reservist, rhodes scholar.
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in the first gay presidential hocandidate. but while he may be a first like obama, obama had both charisma and at least he had been a senator. buttigieg really is kind of a bland composite of a lot of things but with zero relevant experience. the only thing he has ever run, south bend,ce indiana, is a crime-ridden mess. violent crime surged 70% during his time as mayor while the country as a whole saw crime fall by 2%2% in that same time frame. but pay no attention to the facts, just keep hinting that he is like obama, except gay and white. >> there's no question at all that pete buttigieg is occupying a bit of that obama lane. >> reminds me a little bit of early obamat p in the campaign. >> like barack obama before him, pete is young, he is inspiring, he brings fresh ideas to the table.
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>> laura: unlike obama, who can inspire his supporters with a soaring rhetoric. remember that 2004 dnc speech and grand idealism? when buttigieg tries to make profound statements, he just ends up sounding i like an idio. >> it isof time to walk away frm the politics of the past and towards something totally different. by this time, it's not just about winning an election, it's about winning an era. >> the shape of our democracy is the issue that affects every other issue. >> taking out a bad guy is not a good idea if you do not know what you are doing. >> laura: wow, deep. for self absorbed liberals, buttigieg is kind of like an ink splotch. he is a rorschach test. they read into him what they they read int want to see, even if it is not there.
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there seething hatred of all things trump has earned otherwise reasonably intelligent democrats into puddles of goo, looking for their next crush. but likear all shallow crushes, this one too will end up disappointing once you get past the butterflies. and that is the angle. joining me now is someone who experienced first-hand the spike in crime during buttigieg's a time as mayor. his name is harvey mills. a police officer and president of the south bend fraternal order of police. harvey, mayor pete has tried to blame things like racism for south bend spike in crime, but you've experienced this in unim experienced ts every day. what is the real story there? >> pete has blamed our entire police department of being racist and that is obviously not the case. we have men and women of all colors at the police department and we all strive to serve and protect ourco community no mattr what color anyone is. that is absolutely ridiculous.
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>> laura: i want to show you what south bend residents themselves told our own raymond arroyo last year about the state of the city. >> do you feel safe and south bend? >> not at all. >> honestly, i can't wait to get out. i get tired of hearing shootings every night. >> i feel like i'm on guard. i feel like they try to cover it up. >> i don't goo downtown, especially after late. >> i'm trying to get out of south bend currently. i don'tpe see a lot of opportuny in this city. >> laura:t it doesn't sound like mayor pete left south bend in a better condition than he found it. i mean, these are people across all ethnicities, racial lines, men, women, young, old. the resounding line from this, harvey, was we want to get out. they are not notre dame kids. these are people who live in the city itself.f. >> that's right, laura. there is no reason that people
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all throughout our community should be afraid to walk down their streets at night or anytime during the day for fear of being shot. mayor pete has done a great job of putting down some great sidewalks and streets in south bend, but what about the neighborhoods? what about where it really counts where crime is soaring and where violence is out of control? i mean, we had our second homicide today. we are at 6 already for the year and we are only a city of 100,000. that angers me. >> laura: that is stunning. congressional black caucus member anthony brown is out defending mayor buttigieg and his record. watch. >> one of the things that attracted me to pete buttigieg was his record in south bend, indiana. as a mayor, working with a very diverse, multicultural community, which comprises 25% african-american. they've made a lot of progress in terms of housing, reducing
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black poverty by 40%, black unemployment by 70%. >> laura: he is a congressman from maryland, however, but some improvements under mayor buttigieg as well. >> like i said, he made downtown look pretty with some coffee shops and restaurants and new streets, but we haven't seen an improvement in the neighborhoods where it belongs. >> laura: we are going to be watching this closely and we will be back in south bend. i'm sure we will see you again. thank you so much for being here tonight. >> thank you very much, laura. >> laura: 2020 hopefuls michael bennet, andrew yang, and deval patrick are calling it quits after poor showings in new hampshire. but there is one democrat who is refusing to quit. refusing, as she said, to be erased the party establishment. >> tulsi gabbard is obviously not putting points on the board anywhere.
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>> it's never good when carnegie has to scroll up to find you, parked next to tulsi gabbard. >> unusual candidates like andrew yang or tulsi gabbard come in at 1%, 2%. i think they will have a tough case to justify staying in the race. >> laura: she actually received 3% in new hampshire, beating that last pundit's hurdle. here to respond is 2020 democratic candidate tulsi gabbard herself. great to see you tonight. you hear the commentslf from all corners in the media, but you are still barnstorming through south carolina tonight. you have town halls scheduled before the south carolina primary so are you staying in? >> it's interesting to hear those comments coming from members of the corporate media, who have very literally conducted an almost total corporate media blackout of my campaign, making it very difficult for voters to be able to hear my message, to hear
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about the experience that i bring, to be able to serve them as commander in chief. we hear how pete buttigieg has had 11 televised town halls throughout the course of this campaign. i've had one. one since this campaign begun. been fornly has not lack of asking for those opportunities. it's been difficult for voters to hear my message and be able to get that kind of exposure. but nonetheless, we are continuing on because of the importance of this sea change in our foreign policy that we need to seat in this country and bring the experience that i have of serving as a soldier for almost 17 years. >> laura: right, but pete buttigieg, he served in uniform and ran a decent sized town, so why isn't that enough? >> as i said on the debatervice.
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my service is far more expansive, andet i deployed to iraq during the height of the war in 2005. i deployed again a couple of years later to the middle east and continue to serve now for almost 17 years. but militaryan service alone is not enough. combining that experience with that service in congress now for seven years,h focused on our nation's security and foreignn policy on the foreign affairs armed services committees provides me with that unique experience, prepared to walk in on day one to fulfill that responsibility as commander in chief. >> laura: why pete buttigieg? what is it? >> look, that is a great question. but i think it points to the issue behind that question that you are raising is when you look at how many in the corporate media pick and choose their winners and losers, who they want their fear was to learn
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-- viewers to learn more about and frankly, otherss who they want to smear, whose campaigns they want undermined. this is exactly what we've been going through. and really, i don't march to the beat of anyone else's drum. i'm an independent thinker and i make my decisions on policy, on legislation, and the focus of my campaign based on what is in the best interest of the country. >> laura: what do you say about the democrat party's leadership as you have described your own process in this? >> it'ss increasingly becoming more and more clear to democratic voters, those who are coming out and voting in the presidential primary, that there has been a clear failure of leadership and the dnc, which is why i have called for tom perez do resign. you can look to what happened in iowa, how iowa voters were really screwedez out of making sure that their voices were heard. they took that time to go in and cast their votes, only to have to deal with debacle one after the the other. failing to take responsibility
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for that. you mentionedth michael bloombe, the dnc holding their own preprimary process, deciding which candidates they want voters to hear from, and then changing the rules for a billionaire, michael bloomberg,h to come in and take the debate stage. one example after another about how the dnc really needs to be in touch with what are primary voters are looking for. a fair and transparent process where they are the ones who get to make this decision. >> laura: the other night, morning ito guess, buttigieg basically said there is no roomh in the democratic party. it's not the right place for pro-life democrats. you dance to your own songs in the democrat party on foreign policy and other issues. do you agree with him on that issue? s that you should start excluding people on the basis of what they believe on protecting the unborn? >> i don't. i don't agree with that position. the democratic party has traditionally been the open tent
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party that is inclusive of people who have different views on different issues, and i disagree with the statement that he and others have made that the democratic party should start excluding others. i hold my own views on this position. i believe roe v. wade should be upheld and put into law. i think that a woman's right to choose musthe be preserved. my own choice may be different from another woman, but i'm not going to be in a position to dictate what her choice should be. however, i think there should be some restrictions in the third trimester, that abortion should only be an option of the life of the mother or severe health consequences are at risk. >> laura: congresswoman, your party has moved away to the left on that issue. we really appreciate you joining us tonight and we hope to see you back here soon. thank you so much. >> thanks, laura. >> laura: coming up, while dems got all the attention it was actually present at trump -- president trump who broke a new hampshire record
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last night. house minority leader kevin mccarthy tells us what it is and what it means. plus, where's obama? does he really want to stop bernie sanders like has been reported?d mike huckabee has a hunch. he shares it ahead. ♪
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♪ ♪ >> last night, as you know we had a very interesting election from the standpoint of the republican party and myself, but from the standpoint of the republican party it was a tremendous success. i got more votes than any incumbent president in many w decades. >> laura: president trump obliterated the record number of votes for an incumbent, as he said, in the new hampshire primary. 118,000 people, more than double what obama got in 2012. n this comes as a new gallup poll shows a whopping 61%, marinate in that for a second, of americans say they are better
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off today than they were three years ago. that toooo is a record high forn election year with an incumbent running. joining me now is kevin mccarthy. congressman, do democrats have any sense of what is going on here? they're focused on who is going to be the nominee, i understand that, but these are incredible numbers for an incumbent president. >> he broke the record in iowa but even more important, 91% of americans feel good about their life. ronald reagan taught us, the number one question aboutut running for president, are you better off today than you were four years ago? the answer is going to be asked to this president but now we are finding the democrats had a special meeting because they don't know what to do with impeachment. so now they are faking all the facts about this economy because the democrats know we are flourishing. if you read the quotes from pelosi and others, they are trying to say the economy is not good at all the facts say something different. >> laura: they are even now, they are even now hinting at impeachment directed at barr, at
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the attorney general, so the president with barr, another cabal, trying to engineer, pressure u.s. attorneys, the u.s. attorney, the judge, they make their own judgment about roger stone, so the liberals used to be in favor of taking aj step back from the sentencing guidelines. >> what about equal justice inside this country? it's outrageous, when they went to go to the house, they had 27 fbi agents. they had cnn there. this is all the democrats know, impeachment. this is why in the next election it is about taking the house. if you tth go to -- you can change the direction. >> laura: if you want to take the house you need to get women solidly in the folds of the republican party and some of them have left,e no doubt about it.
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the president is extremely popular, however a lot of women just want things to come down here that want to hear about policy, health care, you have to hear about how the country is going to be safer. >> security is number one. >> laura: is it smart to keep going down, strzok, no one wants to hear about that. no one cares about vindman. literally, god bless, nobody cares about him, they're glad that is over. if they have to fight another fight we will fight it but it is it time to turn the page on the? >> it's time to start governing, like we have been doing. think about how much the president has been able to accomplish with the congress that is trying to impeach him. when you talk about women i'm very proud of the fact that a record number of republican women ever running for congress is 143. you know how many today? 210. we are a shattering it becausegr they see the difference between what that squad is doing. they have become not democrats but socialist democrats. that is what they call themselves. you are 100% correct. people want to feel secure, they want to feel secure in their country, in their jobs, in their future, and secure for their
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children. >> laura: a sure sign that president trump is in an enviable position is how "the washington post" is writing about him tonight. president trump is testing the rule of law one"t week after his acquittal in the senate impeachment trial. i'm skipping down, simmering ing rage, exacting revenge on those he feels betrayed him and insulated by a compliant republican party. i guess that means you. >> that is so outrageous. >> laura: that is all he is doing, he's not doing anything else for the country, thank you. >> he didn't get didn't get usmca, didn't get the china agreement, made the economy stronger and it lifted everyone in america. wages are up here but this is the difference, the democrats want to control who they nominate, they want to control our lives, they want the direction. >> laura: they want this to be a referendum on their personality. they will say he's unstable, they are going back to the golden oldies, things they tried in 2017bl that didn't work. >> if you go to new hampshire, he shattered the record.
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in iowa he shattered the record. whatever they s keep trying to o i don't think will work because the american public is going to sit back and say maybe if i disagree with the tweet but you know what i do agree with? how he is managing the country. that i am better off than how i was three years ago. >> laura: the rallies focus on phone, it's a fun atmosphere but also, this is what is going to happen to your country in four years when i am leading you and this is what they're going to do with it. simply put i think that is needed. >> imagine for one moment, what does the cabinet of bernie sanders look like? >> laura: no thanks. >> what are the others? that is the fear we have in the big part about this, don't just keep our president but change congress. that is the key point. >> laura: you've got to take the house of representatives, they're going to be fighting that. >> go to, let's take those 200 and women who are running as republicans, and show them that we understand not only security but a future
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where we put america first. >> laura: speak in the 2020 race, there is one prominent dem who has yet to back a candidate. barack obama. maybe he wants to stay in the back burner, sit it out for a while but maybe it is because of that old friend of his lousy track record. >> a leader that we are going to send back to the united states senate, my friend bill nelson, the next governor of the great state of florida. >> you know who will fight for the little guy? stacy abrams! f >> laura: [laughs] and he couldn't get the olympics for chicago. he's good at campaigning but not so good, clearly. mikeng huckabee, former 2016 presidential candidate, fox news contributor. a very cheeky on twitter tonight.20 governor, is obama staying out of the primary just because it's not appropriate or does he just
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want to avoid embarrassment and chalk up all the money over there with netflix. >> it's pretty typical that a former president doesn't get involved in his party's primaries for president. he may use his political capital for some of the down ballot races but there is no upside for him to go and get involved in the presidential primary. bush didn't do it, clinton didn't do it, reagan didn't do it. it's just not something that is typical. but i also think there is another reason. obama really wants too see where this thing is headed. he doesn't want to get out there and pick a person, and it's very interesting, he certainly didn't pick his former vice president joe biden and i think he's really glad he didn't do that because joe is beginning to fall apart, but d the fact is, theres no upside to do it. he needs to show up at the convention this summer and anoint the nominee, whoever it may be, and then he can be heralded. >> laura: i get it, that is
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the tradition but this is like a 911 situation for the democrats. this might be a year where you have to do the first thing, always talk about first. he is the first, buttigieg would be the first. if things are so important, there are so fixated on getting rid of trump that the only guy who knows how to campaign is obama. who knows how to campaign all that well, who really have a chance at beating trump? obama was the best they had and they haven'te found another obama?ob >> that is part of the reason he's not going to go out there. he's not going to use all his water on a fire that was smaller than his was. why would he do that? it cheapens his brand and right now he's making a bunch of dough and i say good for him but there's one other thing, let me throw something really bizarre out there. suppose they can't end up with a candidate and they don't have anybody when they get to the convention but somebody suggests that michelle obama could be waiting in the wings and that
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she could jump in there and take the nomination by acclamation, he can't mess that up. just throwing it out there, laying it on the table for you, putting it out. >> laura: every time i hear contested convention, it is fun to talk about, it ain't going to happen. it wasn't going to happen with old ted cruz, we're not going to have mcmuffin or whatever his name was, god bless him. he wasn't going to come in, mcmuffin, this was a fantasy, okay? and it's going to be over byff mid-march. it's going to be determined they are not going to go any further, but i think obama doesn't want to be considered like the right wing radicaloi now of this part, think that is part of it. compared to these other candidates, he's kind of moderate..s >> who would've ever thought barack obama now represents the conservative wing of the democratic party? compared to some of these guys. i'm telling you, he is starting to look really much more like a center right guy.
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maybe he doesn't want to be associated with some of these candidates and their platforms and policies because they so are to the left of anythinge he ever put forth and we all thought he was pretty left of center. >> laura: i'll say. let them implode and four years later i will come around and help you figure it out. governor, great to see you tonight, as always. and in presidential hopefuls we bid and joe biden, well, call visitingef angels. raymond arroyo walks us through all of it. seen and unseen next. ♪ healthmarkets compares your current plan with
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♪ >> laura: it's time a for seen and unseen segment where we expose the big cultural stories of the day. 2020 dems are dropping like flies and surprise surprise, more biden gaffes. joining us with details, raymond arroyo, fox news contributor. last night's primary was rough or some of the contenders. >> it was indeed, laura. we did a sad farewell. we wanted to do a tribute to those who fell in new hampshire. andrew yang, michael bennet, and deval patrick. >> i'm now interviewing myself. andrew, how do you come up with such innovative ideas? [laughter] i'm glad you asked. >> we have the same red jell-o every day for lunch so youed wonder with why so many varieties of jell-o we have to have the same one. hillary clinton was still there. john kerry was still there and
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they are sitting there eating jell-o like anybody else. >> laura: deval patrick having a rocky start to his presidential campaign. the event was canceled because, well, no one showed up. >> why should people want to make a change, though? why should they? >> they shouldn't have to decide. >> make your case. >> i'm not going to. >> laura: wait a second, biden didn't drop out of the race? >> i know he didn't drop out of the race but doesn't it feel like he is gone? it really does. it feels that way. part of the problem is moments like this where his wife, jill biden, not only finish a sentence is for him and does interviews for him, she evenen bounces hecklersws now. >> thank you, thank you. i tell you what, the same guy back.
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[crowd chanting] >> jill cleans him right up. >> laura: she is tough. >> that is an avenging visiting angel. she drives them right out of the place. she is like the night nurse on the floor. that protects the doors, make nobody gets in. >> laura: the unit, there is a light flashing. biden sister also got into the act last night when he fled new hampshire after the fifth place. valerie biden owen awkwardly introduced her brother at the new hampshire rally this way. >> i can sense it in the air, i know my big brother is around here someplace. joe, is there anything you want to say? >> val, a few things. let me begin by saying thank you, valerie. >> laura: wait a second. >> this is when you don't care enough to show up. she had to pitch to him in>> south carolina.n
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he beat it after his fifth place loss. >> laura: before the loss. >> this is the same sister, valerie biden, who built $2.5 million and move them into her personal consulting campaign. there's only one problem, she was running his campaigns at the same time. it's unbelievable. then when biden finally spoke to the crowd in south carolina, he couldn't even remember which primaries he had just participated in. >> it is important to iowa and nevada have spoken but look, we need to hear from nevada and south carolina and super tuesday states and beyond. >> he hasn't competed in nevada yet. the country is looking for dirty harry and they got gran torino, that is what happen here,ot the problem for biden is he is pinning all of his hopes on south carolina and african-american voters there. did you see the new ad? you need to see this. >> we've come too far from whert we started and i don't believe
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he brought me this far to stope now. >> laura: wait a second, wait a second. that reminds me of someone. >> who could it be? >> i don't feel no ways tired. i come too far from whereon i started from. i don't believe he brought mehe this far to leave me.o >> did they consult the white people's guide to black culture? this a spiritual written in 1965, are there no other spirituals or black touchstones of culture for these people? by the way, biden, his black firewall, he's dropped 20 points poll. last he's down to 30%, stiers is at 24 right behind him. he's going to crumble. >> laura: buttigieg, is he going to get -- >> the black vote? it's like kryptonite to black americans. >> laura: we will see.
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♪ ♪ >> laura: attorney general bill barr is going to testify before the house judiciary committee next month regarding scaling back the sentencing recommendations of roger stone. democrats flew off the handle yesterday after the doj overruled an earlier recommendation that stone get seven to nine years.he there are rapists who don't get seven to nine years. but for some reason the party of ending mass incarceration are upset a trump ally won't be rotting in a jail cell.
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joining me now, congressman, is jerry nadler setting us up for another inquiry? >> remember, mr. president, eric swalwell, who first got out,>> say, this is another part of impeachment. >> laura: we have, let's play it. watch. >> might you impeach him over this? over roger stone and the sentencing? >> we are not going to take our options off the table. we are not going to let him just torched this democracy because he thinks he's been let off once and we are not going to do something about. >> laura: torch towards thisff democracy? this is from a party that can't hold an iowa caucus or dual poll for the des moines registry. >> if he could find a torch that would be interesting. this is crazy. there's nothing happening here except bill barr, who is the adult in the rooms and, without a problem here. this is nothing but the deep state lashing out and saying we didn't get anything from mueller, no crossfire
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hurricane. the problems of crossfire hurricane, why don't we go back and actually begin to look at this entire process of comey, mccabe, clapper, brennan. >> laura: the president shouldn't have to waste his time on this anymore. he needs to focus on policy and winning this next: election. i can see why t he gets frustrated, though, when senate republicans let people slide all the time. they let the kavanaugh stuff slide with that leak out of dianneim feinstein's office. that slid, i don't know where that investigation went. and on this, the same deal. the whistle-blower collaborating, conspiring with schiff, and now what? when is anyone going to pay for this? but the president shouldn't have to worry about this, congressman. >> now, and he needs to look forward andnt speak to the american people. that is why his turnout is up. when i travel across georgia, they say, why did they keep attacking thek president? he is doing good. it's time for members of congress and the house in the senate to stand up on the republican side and say enough of this crap from the democrats.
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this constant investigation, demeaning of him, trying to smear him is only one reason. they have a clown car a bunch of candidates for the president. they're not going to win because the president has the best message, the best message and he's showing the world what we can actually do here. this is the part i want republicans to stand up and share the message of conservatism that actually matters to all americans. >> laura: the philosophy matters. as reagan understood, the president at his core understands this. when he gives a great speech on foreign policy, you understand why america first has strengthened usde and kept our allies is safe. the more prosperous we are, the more likely it is that we are going to have the wherewithal to help other countries. he makes that point really well. >> he makes a great. when he talks about overseas he comes back home and means that as well be when he talks about african-american and minority communities, howow everybody is lifted up, that is what makes us different. when we talk about criminal justice reform, that is what makes us different. >> laura: the media are trying
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to paint you and your colleagues as hypocrites. >> republicans lost their minds when former president bill clinton met with ag loretta lynch. remember that? you laugh but people went bananas over that. yet nothing to add here? how is this not total and complete hypocrisy? >> laura: is this a fair comparison? barr and trump meeting on a tarmac? >> not a fair comparison at all, that is a ridiculous investigation. that was actually an investigation about them. when we look at this, that the president make it up, the investigation was proven to have significant holes in it. and before that, attorney general barr had the information beforehand. he was not influenced, he had already begun to look at this. again, let's do away with the hysterics -- >> laura: i can't wait until he is up there at these hearings. well, what about this? and i love how he sits and goes, no. treats someone with such contempt. i'm sorry, i love him. bill barr is awesome.
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i love how he drips with absolute condescension to their hysterics and i hope he does it again. educate and t school these peop. congressman, great to see you tonight as always. i'm glad they didn't rip you up too much up there at d.c. law school. i heard about the event. congressman, thanks so much. >> a rule of law emergency is unfolding in the incumbent administration. w >> this is what a banana republic does. this is what a dictator does. >> i've never seen anything like this, it is bonkers is bonkers. >> you will tell your kids and your grandkids what you were doing when this unfolds. >> laura: what uninformed hysterics. here is a history lesson for t l of our friends over there at the other network. these mueller prosecutors wanted up to 100 a month for roger stone. that is nine years. for comparison's sake, the sentencing guidelines for using a gun in a violent crime or trafficking drugs for instance is up to 60 months. if you brandish that
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consider this, even couch killed for two people, got two years. the massachusetts man convicted of killing a state trooper with his car got five to seven years. remember brock turner? he got three months for sexual assault. joining me now, harmeet dhillon, 2020 advisory board member. speaking of this, your brilliant lawyer, tell us why this hysterical response from the left is so off-base. >> what they should be responding to is the abuse of the prosecutors to seek enhancements in the sentencing guidelines that are unjustified and most lawyers are reacting to it that way. >> laura: what are the wrong enhancements?fi >> the enhancement was because roger stone allegedly made these threats, i'm going to kidnap your dog to one of his friends. >> laura: e what did his friends say when asked about it? >> he said i was not intimidated, it was the type of hyperbole that roger stone is a known for but the victim said he
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wasn't victimized. seeking that enhancement doubled the penalty. without that enhancement it would've been three to four years in the recommendation. >> laura: when you think about barr making his views known on this, that is kind of what the democrats used to before. how many times have we talked about over the years since law mschool, the left hates the sentencing guidelines because the judge doesn't have discretion to bring them down. >> but beyond that, why the sentencing guidelines were ultimately made nonmandatory is because judges were allowed to sentence people based on things that weren't proven beyond a reasonable doubt, that was the problem. justice scalia was the first to blow the whistle on that when we were in law school. >> laura: i never liked it, they were a disaster. you would think that some of the 2020 democrats, you would think some of them would bebe happy about doj's move. but? >> they are huge hypocrites. >> all the way through the
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system, policing. the court system, the jail system. >> we know we can act on things like mandatory minimum. >> build more mandatory prison sentences, period. >> laura: apparently that is all out the window now. >> in california we have free range criminals with our sanctuary cities situation. on the other end of the spectrum, these process crimes are being abused. >> laura: you have also talked ou the elimination of cash bail.t, that is a disaster. that is going to lead to more crime. >> absolutely. we are seeing that in states where it is happening. new york, new jersey, you are seeing criminals being let out on the street, repeat there seems to be no concern for the rights of the citizens anymore. they have it upside down. if your political prisoner, you're being c treated one way t if you're an actual -- criminal, you're out on the streets. >> laura: great to see you, as
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