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start smart every weekday tune in weekdays from six to nine eastern for mornings with maria right here on foxbusiness. help you'll join us and set the tone for the day every weekday. have a great west of the weekend everyone thank you so it's great fun everybody. >> bye, guys. ♪ 's. >> thank you for joining us. i am paris. straight ahead, a landslide at the nevada caucuses. bernie sanders, now onto south carolina. coming up, south carolina senator lindsey graham on the 2020 election and plans to follow through on promises he made right here on this program. plus breaking news, what he told the president this weekend after denying the president's consideration for the next director of national intelligence. candidates with that vote going
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to south carolina and november elections. candace r1 shows reacts reaction this morning. new revelations of russia meddling. what happened beyond closed doors of the meeting this week with adam schiff and the links to the new york times. i have strayed advisor peter was here with the latest on the coronavirus. is the united states relying on china for its? worries about the deadly coronavirus are rising. all of this had on sunday morning future. ♪ the time has arrived many are viewers have been waiting for. lindsey graham starting his investigation this coming week into the origins of the trump in russia collusion story. we are six days away from the
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next primary in his state. joining me now, lindsey graham. chairman of the senate judiciary committee. good to see you. thanks for being here. i know the president is on his way to india this morning. you had a chance to speak with him before he took off. could you tell us the nature about phone call? >> he's in a good mood. he's out west, i was with them a couple days. we talk about the election, i believe he's going to get reelected based on his polls. it doesn't matter who runs against him as long as the economy stays strong marketers in our military stays storm. i very much believe this is his election. if it's burning, house republicans are going to be the biggest winner of our burning candidacy along with senate republicans, with bernie being the nominee for the democratic party will be pretty severe for
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the democratics. >> you've told me that now the time has arrived that you are going to do your deep dive into the what took place in this probe and trump collusion. steve was with us last week, something you were talking abo about. watch this. >> we are not interested right now in hearing from the chief of staff of john kerry. i have tremendous respect for him, guaranteed, we need to have the whistleblower. we need to have a number two was a barr. we need adam schiff as a witness. we need, and joe biden, we need all of them. >> senator, what are your plans as you kick off this investigation?
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>> i don't have jurisdiction of the whistleblower. that's the intel committee. i'm going to call the people who are involved in investigating the counterintelligence investigation. twenty-one people involved that i've named, or to find out what did mccain and comey no, when do they know the dossier was on reliable but the department of justice withdrawn saying they were illegal? in january 2017, the primary russian sub source told for members of the department of justice and fbi that the dossier was a bunch of bartok and hearsay about revival. on to find out when do they understand it was not reliable? >> you are saying if they knew the dossier wasn't reliable, why did they use it to take a warrant out? four of them, four times. a term campaign member, carter page. >> i also want to know july 26,
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they tried to get a warrant and it was turned down. it was mccain who said the fbi washington office go to new york, they got something in the new york that might help you with the russian dossier. who told mccabe the document was in new york? he thought it would help him with the warrant, why didn't he spend time trying to find out if it was reliable? that's what i'm looking at. knew what and when? did you know you is being debune time he signed it? >> you're looking at the players who actually signed the warrant and to get the warrant and mccabe and sallyann rosenstein, are these the people you are expecting to call to testify in front of your committee in the next two weeks? >> i don't know about the next two weeks but the first thing i want to do is call the people who heard from russian sub source that this dossier is a
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bunch of bartok and hearsay. here's what you've got to believe. the most important investigation of the investigation, the system was told by a russian sub source that everything in the dossier is unreliable. i find it hard to relate believe that it didn't make its worry to mccabe. can you imagine how the system must have taken the information, it's a bunch of garbage? would be hard for me to believe, i went to find out, did it make its way to the top? >> how are you going to find out? are you going to have them testify? >> yes. i will ask the four people in the room, when you heard from russian primary sub source at this is a bunch of bartok and hearsay, government to get a warrant, different than i
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thought he would use it, only to find out if any of those people told anybody. can you imagine working for the fbi and department of justice, the most important investigation in the entire country just fell apart? he didn't tell anybody? that's pretty hard for me to believe. how did mccabe know the document was in new york when he couldn't get a warrant july 2016? how did mccabe know to go to new york? who told him? this whole thing is fishy. i want to know who knew what, when. >> are we going to see the testimonies in your committee within the next two weeks? >> you will have people interviewed about my staff and others to get the foundation, or to find out exactly what happened. i want to find out who told what to who. then we'll call them. i just can't believe the investigation fell apart in january 2017, they got two more
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warrants after they knew it was a bunch of garbage. how could that possibly happen? >> also, our timeline, this counter activity that happened before july 2016, that's when the fbi did their investigation, december 2015 on this timeline went michael flynt was invited to russia to sit next to prudent and george papadopoulos in april of 16, he invited to rome where he was introduced in march of 16. all of the activity before the beginning of this investigation, why send them to the term campaign people? do you think they're looking at that as well? >> i think he's looking at how it started. member, the mueller investigation was started after comey was fired because the rosenstein wanted mueller to
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look at possible criminal activity by the term campaign. here's my question for rosenstein. if you knew then what you don't know, would you have appointed mueller? there was no crime. the dossier was the basis of the march. january 2017, was a bunch of garbage, the guy who provided the information still rejected the dossier being reliable. how could they continue? why did it take two years for mueller to figure this out? he should have figured it out in a week. >> the taxpayers paid $40 million to do that. real quick before you go, chris murphy pleading with the iranians, was that breaking the act? why is he meeting with the iranians? >> they are fighting cutting our foreign policy.
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it's inappropriate for him to talk to the iranians. we are working with president trump to find an alternative to the iranian deal that will be better for everybody including the arabs and israelis in the united states but was highly inappropriate to reach out to the iranians. the president has the iranians, don't have the iranians right now. >> good is you, thank you so much. lindsey graham joining us, next up, doug collins is here. he told the president thanks but no thanks. he does not want the director of national intelligence job. find out why as we look ahead, whoa, this is awful, try it. oh no, that looks gross what is that? you gotta try it, it's terrible. i don't wanna tray it if it's terrible. it's like mango chutney and burnt hair. no thank you, i have a very sensitive palate. just try it! hey guys, i think we should hurry up. if you taste something bad, you want someone else to try it. it's what you do. i can't get it out of my mouth!
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intelligence. watch. >> it's amazing to have the president think that much of you want to mention my name to be in this position but i know the problems but this is not a job that is an interest to me. one i want, i'm running it down here. everybody knows i'm support the president. >> here's more, the ranking member on house judiciary committee, welcome. thank you for being here. what did you tell the president this weekend? >> it was a conversation just confirming that i am grateful he concluded included me. the past few years, he's been on fire lately. on the west coast, makes me grateful. i think we have a job to do,
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too. there's a lot of people with current senators, the only gop candidate to not win. we are grateful for the campaign who's actually winning, a lot of money against me already. million dollars against me. the numbers haven't moved, we are still up double digits. the people of georgia understand the difference that our candidate has actually done something. we didn't have to check political process. and michael bloomberg campaign, we spent a lot of money on that. you and others about what we can do for this country. >> and you have done a lot. you've been driving this movement for the wrong drink with which i know americans and our viewers reshoot that request. there are some republicans who take look, who belonged. he got a republican senator now in the senate, you are here in the house, the president is
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giving you an easy path, giving you this fantastic job. they say why won't you just do it? what's the problem in terms of just stay where you are and not ruffling feathers, if you will? >> i think you've known me long enough, i ruffle feathers. that's why the establishment and committee, they tried, in fact they did, going to run for this race, the couldn't work for me, they can or for anybody else. you're out there working to do this because what people can look at, we need a strong voice in the senate. we all need somebody who can really talk or go along with the crowd. what your viewers have known, i look at the issues and released transcripts, the american people know what was going on behind this corruption. looking to continue to destroy
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this president, you know we have it every time. to me, i saw a strong voice, it's about taking the values and articulate those with passion. they now understand the criminal justice reform, tax credits, opportunity zone, it's about lifting up everyone. that's the kind of voice in the senate to continue what we started in the house. >> you set vendors against you, you had to go back and get new ones, are you saying there are people within your own party? mitch mcconnell working against you in senate race. >> they are in full mode. the new senator has only been in office for 40 to 50 days now, and that's normal. it's not about the voters, they will make a decision as we all know, the governor had a take and he made that pic and i
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respect that. she will do her job this year but i think the georgia voters issue will get a decision to make as well. we look forward to make that choice. we'll go anywhere and discuss those issues at any time. >> let me ask you about two important issues coming up, caps off markups this upcoming week for the fisa applications and the new fisa, or to hear about that. also fell far, testifying in front of the judiciary committee on march 31. tell us what you want to see. we know two of the four isoforms were unlawful according to the d.o.j. let's see what this means. >> right here, jerry naddler is the chairman of one of the best committees but yet he's running it. this flies off market, because they couldn't deal with the fisa stuff that needed authorized,
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those of the things we needed in our intelligence committee. instead of having hearings, talk about the problems he found. talk about how the court approved these words, talk about those problems. we have no caps, not affordability. we will have to say about what we are putting forward. there are ways to understand that fisa is right now, we need to restore the american people. that cannot be done, keep full won't have conference, they need to do what they are doing. we will see that markup come this week, hopefully we will make some changes to it. it can be put back to the trust factor again. >> i could not agree with you more on all of this because they abuse the fisa process. that will be a topic of conversation when you welcome bell park to your committee as
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well. that's march 31. what we you asked the attorney general? >> i think he's done a great job but there are things i will find out from him, andrew mccabe was not charged. someone who is an admitted fly flyer. if the american people, he gets up in the morning and says i'll lie to the authorities, even if it didn't get there, even if there are excuses, you make excuses. there's something that needed to be done. there are still adequate resources, i also want to know why things like the fbi inc., the things we heard from christopher the other day, incorporating the recommendations. still sending clacking issues there. where's the status of the mccarter page? where's the investigation going
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forth on how we can make sure this doesn't happen again? are we truly addressing the fisa course concerned when they think will, you gotta get this before you come to us again. those are the things are looking for on our side from bell park. the democrats are going to try build far as someone who is protecting the president. i think we will find out gelbart is doing his job. democrats are simply trying to take the president down, they have a bunch of clowns on the democratic side. they are just going to try to get him again. >> acknowledged the wrongdoing up until this day, they refuse to acknowledge what took place which our viewers know better. always a pleasure. thank you. we'll see you soon. what really happened in that briefing? officials warned lawmakers that once again, trying to interfere in the 2020 election now. reportedly, one democratic candidate, an exclusive look at that meeting.
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welcome back. new reaction to reports that the human intelligence officials are warning lawmakers that russia is trying to interfere with the 2020 election now to help reelect president trump after the bernie sanders campaign as well. joining me now, john radcliffe. he's a former prosecutor himself. it's always a pleasure to see you. thanks for being here. you were in that meeting last week adam schiff brought up the issue of russia meddling. can you tell us what happened? anything about this information?
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>> you are asking me about the details of a classified briefing that was intended to remain secret, you're asking me about it because it's reported on by the new york times. it's all too familiar. when there's a story about that is allegedly anti- trump or negative for the president, it shows up in newspapers because democratic numbers are staffers leak, the problem in this case, they leak information that's not accurate. let me be real clear. the narrative often from democrats and the media republicans don't think the russians have meddled in our election. they did. they meddled in 2016, they are going to meddle in 2020. that's not the issue. the "issue is", why russia is being so successful in shaking america's confidence in the integrity of our election? the reason is because democrats keep perpetuating and accentuating and proliferating russian propaganda. for their political gain in
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their political motivation against donald trump democrats created the dossier pedaled or law enforcement and intelligence community. they did that so the democrats could falsely accuse the president of conspiring with russia for a better part of three years now. something mueller that wasn't the case. it was the democrats who put out a memo saying everything is done appropriately at the fisa court there wasn't illegal surveillance. all of these things have been done by democrats really, their political gain but it's promot promoted, everything that russia tried to accomplish in the democrats have been their biggest allies. >> at the same time, adam schiff continues peddling this story and you were the only two republicans to see the unredacted information around the fisa warrants on the democratic side, adam schiff.
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the same exact information, you came out of that you came on myself and raised red flags about the process, about what was going on, adam schiff went on and said there's collusion in plain sight. all at the same time, as we look at our timeline here, the same time there were all of these informants that trump campaigns, like george papadopoulos being invited by rome where he was introduced to joseph who dropped a bouncing russia has e-mails of hillary clinton followed by papadopoulos 16. this was way before the fbi's statement that this investigation into trump collusion started in july 16. the question becomes, what is all of this activity before july of 16? >> as you pointed out, adam schiff has been among the worst offenders here.
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falsely accusing the president of conspiring with russia, adam schiff is the one who authored the fisa rebuttal memo saying everything has been done appropriately, as you correctly pointed out, he's having same information that we saw. he saw there was exculpatory information. i still dossier was essential and essential. to the pfizer application. he went on until the american people the opposite is now he's at it again through his committee, information that is false. i'm not trying to be hyperbolic here but i don't know anyone in the last three years have done more to help vladimir putin and russia with their efforts to sofa seeds of discord and american election security than adam schiff has. as you say, there's a lot at
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stake here and a lot being looked at with regard to what happened for what we've been told over and over again, the russia investigation beginning july 2016 when there's very clearly evidence of activity before thought that involves law enforcement and intelligence community assets and those are things i think john and bill barr's department of justice are looking at right now. >> i know that you've got in the judiciary committee, you've got this markup of the fisa, reauthorization and there are three sections you will be marking up, session two 15, the second one is wiretap provision and the third is this lone wolf provision. we arty know two out of the fo four, a page were illegal. you think all four are illegal? >> i do. john on the day that inspector general came out with this
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report indicated that he didn't think there was proper predication or might not have been proper predication to begin with the very first one. we know for a fact that the fbi director admitted to me last week that at least two of the four were illegal surveillance. i don't think there's a copper predicate to do any of this. think any of this was appropriate. i think that's what john is looking out specifically. the challenge with these provisions you talked about, we have important u.s. surveillance laws that are coming up for reauthorization but the backdrop of the american people seemed there was illegal surveillance against carter page, term campaign associate. our democratic colleagues are working against us because they don't want to talk about that because as a democratic administration, democratic politician, adam just complicit with respect to that allowing of
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nevada caucuses. this is the third when for him doing well in a racially diverse state. hispanic or latino, 10% african-americans. the democrats move forward, let's talk about how important the black vote will be. candace darwin, it was good to be with you. she also is out with a new book called blackout. you talked a lot about the support for president trump and black america. give us your perspective on black americans today. >> i think it's the most, one of the most interesting components to look at. primarily because democrats rely upon heavily, for the last six decades. why it's interesting is because the accusations are no longer where they used to. what i mean is that the 2016 election, there was this fear,
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not just among black americans but all americans on both sides, to know exactly what you expect from trump. wasn't your career type politician. adding into this election, people know we've had him for years. telling us we need to have trump in office will ruin black america, that's the rhetoric they were using in 2016, doesn't land. we are looking at the actual results, we had a republican conservative president for the last four years and he's able to accomplish more than a black president in eight years. the stakes are higher in every both you look at shows i don't care if you're looking at a left-wing or right-wing, they show black support for donald trump has increased and that's a detrimental effect to the democratic party. they cannot afford to lose lose even five points. >> we had tim scott on the other day, here talking about on his program about the policies, the fact that unemployment the black
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community is at a record low. prison reform. tim scott two weeks ago, watch this. >> election day 2016, he was around eight or 9%. right now, his approval rating on the last four polls i've seen is over 30%. there's a very specific reason why that is the case. he's not only said what he's going to do, he has actually done it. >> you agree with that? what is most important to this voting bloc? >> i think it's better. i asked a simple question to my family members and close friends, are you living better today than you were under the presidency of barack obama? the answers are yes. more jobs, for opportunities. the economy, people are doing better under this economy. if they're going to have difficulty contending with the fact that they are living better and feeling more confident, he knocked out of the park. 7 million people in this country
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are off food stamps pretend mainly people are off welfare. they are taking a like, americans overall are too stupid to understand the importance of coming off food stamps, does he understand there's pride and no longer depending on the government and being able to afford to feed your family? the socialist argument that we should expand government programs because the government should be replacing families and strong fathers in the home. it's wrong. america is doing better under this presidency. do not see a way for them to seek donald trump in this election cycle. >> it's better to not be on food stamps or have three benefits that the government is promising but it's much better to have opportunities to work and obviously make as much as you could earn by working.
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have you ever complained about that? it's resonating with a lot of the country. >> that's the number one thing i say, i think the number one people from over the conservatives, i wish you would adopt the meeting. i cannot make it clear enough for america today, donald trump should never stop tweeting. it's how donald trump won the election in 2016. that's when it comes to culture. the technology changes every three decades. he was so good looking. fdr was the radio president, speaking to america. donald trump understands social media and understands culture, he's a cultural president. that's why he's able to win over people who did not traditionally follow politics. people like me. many black americans find themselves more invested in culture. donald trump is cultural.
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he's able to play in both spaces of politics ann coulter and blended beautifully to communicate the importance about the policies people are getting delivered into their home. i love donald trump tweeting. i understand the importance of the overall message of being able to effectively communicate things to the voters directly. >> your assessments in terms of black supports today for president trump going into the election in 2020, how would you assess what we are seeing in terms of bernie sanders? >> bernie sanders is winning now three carcasses. >> right, that's not surprising. i appreciate people like cortez, people could hate her but thank goodness for her. she's the jeremy corbin of america. someone who's willing to outright say what they are after. if you like that democrats and socialists are hiding what they wanted, they were good at hiding that, they seemed much more normal. she so boldly what they want
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these limited policies. bernie sanders is on the front sitting you're not going to have your counter. we will socialized healthcare. thanks to that the democratic party is effectively entered. the party is splintered. they're not going to get behind bernie sanders. socialist democrats are not going to get behind michael bloomberg complaining about trump being a white billionaire from new york only to get another bloom -- white billionaire from new york? there's no way forward. there 40 party is literally broken at this time. the most fascinating time in the democratic party. primetime television every single time. i cannot wait until super tuesday, i'm looking forward to it. like the night before christmas. [laughter] >> so great to have you. you've got to come back soon.
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welcome back. the coronavirus outbreak keeps spreading, south korea declaring a red alert. there are 35 confirmed cases in the united states right now. it killed at least 2400 people has infected more than 70000. across the world. the outbreak began in december in china, this week beijing reportedly set in general, a top biochemical warfare expert to oversee duties lujan. i reported that first on mornings with maria on foxbusiness two weeks ago.
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senator said part of the reason for current virus is worsening is that china has been playing it down from the get go. >> they have lied consistently about this virus from the beginning. we should not take their word at face value. no, we don't want a public panic but we do want to air on the side of caution. so much is unknown, china has not done that by consistently lying to its own people into the world. >> joining me now, peter navarro. trade advisor. it's good to see you. thank you for being care. what kind of economic impact do you expect from this coronavirus? i want to ask you about what the u.s. is relying on from china. i know there are plenty of ships that were supposed to be caring medical equipment, medical supplies and parts and components. now the u.s. is not getting it. china is holding onto those things.
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for they can't even produce them. >> the white house in this crisis, review for supply chains we need the elements for the loan. what i've learned so far not surprisingly, we've had far too much of our supply chain, not just for coronavirus but essential medicines we need. same reasons we shared a lot of our other stuff, cheap labor environment, most of all. trade practices. a lot of it is in china, some of it is in india, some in europe but we've got to get that back on shore in terms of immediate issue, facemasks, china and export restrictions and nationalizing that and producing them there. we are dealing with that in time, this week we will be
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sending out an rfp to make sure we have plenty of those. we have to look across four different elements, the protected guilt like facemasks, treatment, vaccine development in which we are moving, we are going to be able to get a vaccine and have to time it usually takes. and then thighs gnostics so we can accurately determine whether patient has corona and doesn't have to come to the hospital. bottom line, seconded duration is moving rapidly as possible in my part of the portfolio is to make sure supply changes are secured. >> you make a lot of important points. the president has been trying to get the supply chains back to north america. get the manufacturing base of our country out of places like china so we don't have to be
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reliant on these things. we are going to seek these shortages, if are going to cut into earnings. you expect an impact on growth? >> one last points on the supply chain issue, the markham people need to understand crises like this, we have no allies. back in 2009 during the swine flu problem, our best friends in australia, great britain and canada denied us what we needed, which was 35 million doses of vaccines with respect to economic impacts, we've learned president terms stand on china, the american economy is exceedingly strong and not particular vulnerable to what happens in china. we are going to go about our business and to try to get what we need in trump time. >> we are going to take a short break. in terms of the counterfeit
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white house chain advisor peter navarro who just came off a visit to jfk. tell us what you saw jfk when you witnessed all of these products coming into america. >> i saw great americans other trying to stem this flow of counterfeits. it's a thing called operation mega blocks which the white house has been coordinating and support production. but we do want to look under the hood of thousands of packages from china, this is a horror show. what i've learned is two things. china is a great counterfeiter
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of the world and amazon and the great counterfeiter enablers, i saw stuff, a bunch of counterfeits that often burns your house down, kill you. i saw fentanyl on the table in the last 24 hours. gun silencers, a whole pile of fake driver's licenses and cancer drugs that people are paying thousands of dollars for that have no active ingredients for these packages, a million a day. 1 million packages a day from china, 10% of those have contraband in them and that means 100,000 americans every single day are subject to fraud from china through e-commerce platforms like amazon on e-mail. >> some of them were driver's licenses, some sanctuary cities with driver's license and they go to vote. we don't know what they are doing with these driver's licenses. >> i was there with both customs
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and ice agents there and they were telling me how if they are used in a sanctuary city or state, they can't track what they are doing. it's terrible. it endangers americans. there was a table there with food products from china that had a fork in them that potentially had a swine flu and it could take out america. this is a horror show. the trump administration is going to crackdown on this. we will do everything we can on this problem but americans, when you shop online, be careful. until we get this problem under control. you can't trust amazon or other barbara. >> and bart, property organization electing a new directing general, this is an agency, china wants to be that leader as well. we only have a couple of seconds. >> 43 million patents to gain the generalship of that but 1415
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