so tomorrow night we have charles krauthammer and guess what else happens? nana turns 100. yes, my lovely nan turns 100 years young. october 1st, 1915 she came into the world. and tomorrow, victory lap. tonight, russia's president vladimir putin flexes his muscles and tests president obama. >> there is a logical contradiction in the russian position and now its actions in syria. >> 2016 republican presidential candidate carly fiorina is here tonight to weigh in. >> the biggest problem we have today is the most extremist violence that's given birth to isil. >> british prime minister david cameron, he calls out radical islamists. why can't our president do the same? >> he's a very insecure person. he doesn't like to be criticized. >> haddy atta he attacks me abo. but quite viciously, i fought
back. >> a war of words between donald trump and senator marco rubio. who is coming out on top? >> american blacks over the course of this next year will begin to see that they've been manipulated. >> plus, dr. benjamin carson calls out the mainstream media and sheriff david clarke is here to respond. "hannity" starts right here, right now. after weeks of a military buildup, russia has begun an aggressive bombing campaign inside the war-torn country of syria. this comes after the pentagon rebuffed a brazen demand from a russian general who requested that the united states completely clear out of syrian air space. keep in mind for months the u.s. has been waging an aerial assault against isis in that region. but that's not all. the putin regime emphasized that these two russian air strikes are all part of a counterterrorism operation called against the so-called islamic state. however, fox news is reporting that the air strikes occurred in
the a region of syria that's not occupied by isis. what does this all mean? and how should the u.s. respond to the latest example of russian aggression? here now with reaction, 2016 republican presidential candidate carly fiorina. they begin these air strikes in areas that are not known to be held by isis. and then you got an official russian demanding that our war planes leave the area. what do you think's going on here? and how would you respond if you're president? >> well, first, we know what's going on. syria and russia, who have had a longstanding relationship. iran and iraq are forming an unholy alliance. russia's intentions are to shore up and stabilize the assad regime. isis is sort of a camouflage. there is no doubt that russia will be conducting air strikes against anti-assad rebels,
whether or not they happen to strike a few isis folks as well is, i don't know, to be determined. here's what we need to do immediately, i believe, first. not only can we not withdraw our air support, but i believe we must tell the russians that we will conduct, we will secure a no-fly zone around anti-assad rebel forces that we're supporting. this is a tricky maneuver, it's a dangerous maneuver, but a maneuver that we must undertake because we must make it crystal clear to russia that they do not get to move into the middle east and become the dominant outside power which is clearly their intention. secondly, i would immediately call together -- >> does that mean we might -- >> yes, of course. >> we might use force against russian jets? >> well, hopefully not. hopefully if we are signaling clearly to the russians our intention, it will not come to that. but if it does come to that, i think we must be prepared. remember russian jets have been basically conducting dangerous
and unpredictable maneuvers around our waters and our borders and our territory. so this is clearly a russian aggressor that feels very confident. and why wouldn't they? because obama and kerry have been unbelievably weak and surprised by all these maneuvers, although they should not have been. because when general suly mani of the quds force traveled there it was clear he was beseeching russia to enter into this unholy alliance. >> there's been no repercussions for this russian aggression nor chinese aggression hacking into our government system. >> no. >> so what we have here is, it seems to me, is this is putin following through on a stated strategy to let assad stay in power. the exact opposite of what the united states has been supporting. and literally undermining our efforts in that region. >> of course. >> so they're taking us on directly. >> yes. this is a direct strategy. >> because a game of chicken
against obama, i say putin wins. >> well, so far, yes, that is correct. and it's really a shame. you know, if you permit bad behavior, you get more bad behavior. when we did not push back in any way on russia's aggression into ukraine, we get more bad behavior. what i would do as president of the united states is immediately call together the turk, i'd start arming the kurds. my goodness, the kurds have been asking us to arm them for three years. we haven't done it. we need to arm the turks who have been asking us to work with them to secure a no-fly zone between the turkish and syrian bord border. we haven't really done that. we need to. we need to pull all sunni arab allies who view these developments with great alarm and provide them with the leadership, the support, the materiel that they need to not only defeat isis but also to stand up against iranian, syrian and russia aggression. >> we'll cover this throughout the night tonight. i want to move on.
you recently were at an event, one at which you had apparently part of the stage collapse. that made a lot of news. but at another event were condoms thrown at you by planned parenthood activists? >> yes. condoms were thrown at me and several of the activists were dressed up like birth control dispensers. it's all part of their act to convince people that this debate we're having about butchering babies is really about birth control or women's health. it's, of course, no such thing. butchering babies for body parts. but nevertheless they're throwing condoms hoping it will make a difference. i think the american people are smarter than that. i will not be silent on this issue. >> they had the hearings yesterday. the planned parenthood president went on television last night and claimed that anybody questioning the selling of baby body parts for lamborghinis is somehow sex is. here's what she said. >> i mean, i do think some of the comments were pretty sexist. but actually because they didn't have anything else to talk
about. but they didn't want to talk about any issues that were relevant to the topic at hand. and frankly, i was a bit dismayed at how little the -- many members of committee even knew about women's health at all. >> on top of that, kaecarly, yo had barbara boxer, the planned parenthood executive both personally going after you. i want to get your response. let's play them both. >> it's terrible to see the only woman running for president attack planned parenthood that helps so many women. it's a sad day, but it's the way it is. not all women will fight for women. carly fiorina does not. she fights for herself and she'll say almost anything to get elected. >> she is operating in a fact-free zone when it comes to planned parenthood. she's lying about footage about planned parenthood. she knows it and she doesn't
have a way out. i, in fact, have invited carly fiorina as have all of our ceos and said come to a planned parenthood or come sit down with us at a table and let's discuss this because you were lying about planned parenthood, and you can disagree on abortion but you have to actually operate from the facts. >> you have not told one lie carly fiorina. what's your reaction to that? >> that's right. oh, gosh, where do i start? first of all, to say it's sexist to go after planned parenthood's that's pretty rich. for the people throwing condoms at me. this woman said i'm willing to sit down and talk with anyone. why do you hate women? at the time i was surrounded by women of all ages. it is part of the game they play. when barbara boxer says, well, you know, she doesn't support women, this is part and parcel of hillary clinton's rhetoric. you know, hillary clinton once said when she was campaigning against joni ernst last year in
iowa, she said it's not enough to be a woman. you have to be a woman who believes. then she went through her litany of liberal talking points. in other words, it's democrats and liberals and planned parenthood executives that don't want any distance between their orthodoxy and any other woman. >> so republicans -- >> and by the way, up until this point in time, up until this point in time -- i'm sorry to interrupt, sean, but up until this point in time not only am i not lying, but planned parenthood has not, will not, cannot deny that this is happening because it is. and if they care so much about women's health why is it that democrats will not agree to use taxpayer funding to support pregnancy centers all around this country? why do they always oppose that? >> they can take that $500 million a year, half a billion a year and give it to other women's health groups that are not harvesting baby body parts and then they can't make the argument. would you like to see republicans take such a strong
stand that under no circumstances will they fund it? >> you see, i think that we must take a strong stand for a whole lot of reasons. we have to demonstrate what we're about, what we believe in, what our values are. but secondly we have to educate the american people about what this really is. president obama, barbara boxer, all these democrats, are they really prepared to shut the government down over what is about $500 million that has nothing to do with women's health? this is an organization that funnels millions of dollars in political contributions to pro-abortion candidates. the question that i would ask over and over and over again is, number one, why have they not denied that this isn't happening? they cannot. but number two, if you are so concerned about women's health, then why are you blocking taxpayer funding for pregnancy centers all over this country? pregnancy centers that do huge amounts of good work that must be privately funded. >> let's go to the latest "usa
today" poll. you are tied for second place at 13%. it's donald trump 23, ben carson 13, you're at 13. that is 49% of the republican primary voters are saying they don't want a politician. and obviously a big increase for you. i'm sure you're happy with the numbers. what is your reaction to that? how should we interpret that? >> well, i'm not surprised. you and i have talked about this before, sean. but when 82% of the american people -- this is from a fox news poll several months ago -- 82% of the american people now thing we have a professional political class that is more concerned with the preservation of its power, prestige and privilege than on getting any work done. and so when you believe that -- and there's lots of evidence to support that belief. by the way, it means republicans, democrats and independents. people now think the federal government is corrupt.
that's a strong word. when you believe that and the facts support your belief, what you're looking for is leadership. and i think people are starting to remember, you know, gee, ours was intended to be a citizen government. why shouldn't the citizens step forward and lead at a time when their nation calls upon them to do so? >> carly fiorina, always good to see you. thank you for your time tonight. >> thank you, sean. coming up next on "hannity." >> you're quite right that every religion has its extremists but we have to be frank that the biggest problem we have today is the islamist extremist violence. >> you know, why can't president obama ever say that? he could learn a thing or two from prime minister david cameron. we'll check in with lieutenant colonel ralph peter, colonel hunt will weigh in. then later tonight -- >> he's a very sensitive guy. that's fine, that's his problem. >> the feud between donald trump and marco rubio is heating up as is the fight between ted cruz and rand paul. that and more tonight. music♪
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colonel peters, let me start with you. they want assad to stay in power. they're bombing areas where there's not a high concentration of isis. seeps like they're there to protect assad and in the meantime, then they're lecturing america demanding our war planes leave. how would you handle this? >> the first thing i'd do is make sure that our pilots have rational rules of engagement, have air-to-air missiles on their aircraft over syria so they can defend themselves. and at the presser today at the pentagon the journalists should have asked have our rules of engagement changed some? have we made them stricter? can our pilots defend themselves? i'm concerned about them shooting down a manned or unmanned airport and saying it was just an accident and obama doing nothing in response. which would be beyond humiliation. but putin is out -- putin's not satisfied with defeating an enemy. he has to humiliate and destroy the enemy. he's humiliating obama and he
wants to humiliate the united states and our military. >> colonel hunt? >> a couple of things here. we've had 7100 air missions since we started this very futile campaign in iraq and a little bit in syria. it's just not working. part of what ralph referred to, our american planes fly but unless there's an american on the radio on the ground they're not dropping ordnance, so we'd have planes come back with almost all their bombs still on. and the russians have been involved in syria for 45 years. we don't know what they're bombing. they're very dangerous. and the policy we've had now and the millions of dollars we spent hasn't worked. >> let me play for both of you comments that david cameron made, the prime minister of great britain, and compare it to obama's comments about islam and get your reaction. watch this. >> you said it and you're quite right that every religion has its extremists but we have to be
frank that the biggest problem we have today is the islamic extremist violence that's given to isil, to al sha bath, to al nusra, al qaeda and so many other groups. these people claim to act in the name of the islamic religion. >> the united states is not and will never be at war with islam. i'm also proud to carry with me the good will of the american people and a greeting of peace for muslim communities in my country. islam is not part of the problem in combating extremist. it's an important part of promoting peace. >> i can go on and on. colonel peters, how is it he can't do what cameron's doing and identify the obvious? >> the ideology he learned as a teenager. after almost seven years in office, after all these world crises, after disaster after
self-inflicted disaster obama's world view is still that of a narrow-shouldered bespectacled pimple-faced undergraduate at the university of california santa cruz. he's learned nothing. >> colonel hunt? >> a better analogy. we don't have a president. we have a scared kid in a horror movie covering his eyes from the world. >> it's sad. but it's just sad. colonel hunt, last word. >> yeah, the other part of the problem -- the other part of the problem that state sponsorship like qatar and syria are money that fuels it. it's still state sponsored terrorism. we've got to go after both. >> thank you both. coming up, the war of words between donald trump and senator marco rubio continues. who is coming out on top. and that's coming out next. also later tonight -- >> i think american blacks over the course of this next year will begin to see that they've been manipulated.
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there's a war of words spreading between donald trump and marco rubio. >> senator rubio is a lightweight. we understand that. he wouldn't be able to do this. he doesn't know a trade deal from any other deal. >> marco rubio is a lightweight. i can't imagine he goes anywhere. has the worst voting record in the united states senator. >> have you this clown, marco rubio. i've been so nice to him. i've been so nice. i've been so nice. marco rubio, he's like a kid. he shouldn't even be running in this race as far as i'm concerned. he's a kid. marco rubio, who has the worst voting record in the united states senate, and a young guy, although he sweats more than any young person i've ever seen in
my life. >> now, last night on the program, senator marco rubio joined us and he said this. >> he's a very insecure person. he doesn't like to be criticized. you know, the presidency's a tough job. you're going to be criticized. you can't flip out every time somebody says something about you. he does. that's his problem. i don't have time to kind of analyze why that is. that's the reality of it. he had a bad week, got booed on a stage, had very few people show up to an event, today tom brady said he's not endorsing donald trump. he doesn't even have tom brady on his side now. that's fine, that's his problem. >> here now with reaction, author, columnist david limbaugh, frank luntz and scottie hughes is with us. for full disclosure, i like both these guys. i certainly don't believe marco is a lightweight. i'm not sure of the origination of all of this. david, do you think this benefits either of them?
>> well, no, i don't. i don't think it elevates rubio to get into this kind of contest. and i don't think it helps donald trump. what helps donald trump is to be himself in terms of attacking the establishment and attacking political correctness but not these personal attacks. he needs to curb himself on those not because they're untoward or because i think they're silly. i think the electorate will think it's silly and detracting from the main message which is obama and the establishment are destroying america. i will help resurrect america. but attacking people, his opponents or otherwise is a waste of time and i think hurts hip in the polls, actually. >> frank luntz, you've examined this. i think trump is at his best when he's leading the fight on immigration or when, you know, trump laid out a very detailed tax plan where he's telling couples in america, you make 50 grand, you send in a note to the irs that says, i win, i owe nothing. or immigration, any of these issues. i think he's better on the
issues. thoughts? >> and he's also great on political correctness. when he took on and he talks about how we have to get away from it. that our problems are too serious to be holding back. that's what trump does best. marco rubio does best on substance. marco rubio knows the details of foreign policy and national security. he knows the details of domestic and economic policy. and so when rubio was speaking about economics, he is going to be incredibly strong. and trump frankly can't hold a candle to him. but when trump goes after the establishment, that's where i would say to rubio, don't take him on. both of these candidates go to war against each other, it's not smart for either of them at this point. >> scottie? >> you have to remember, this is something talking about the language, trump is coming from a business background. rubio is in politics. there's no more of a sensitive spanx-wearing pc-correct crowd in politics. the exact opposite is business. business doesn't care about the dog eat dog. sean, you know this.
when he talks all that matters is he making people money, which he has. here's what's really sad about this, though. these two going after each other, if they would actually combine, talk about a dream team of what today's gop needs. they hit every spectrum. you got a guy strong in business and you got a guy who has worked from the grassroots all the way up to the federal level. put the two together and we have a dynamic team. >> marco probably the best line in the last debate when he pinpointed putin's a gangster and this is what he's going to do in the next few weeks and it's all unfolding and becoming reality. kevin mccarthy would like to be the next speaker o of the house. i had him on the program and i pushed him pretty hard on the issue of whether he would use the constitutional authority that congress has, the power of the purse to get things done. watch this. >> here's what every conservative wants to know. are you willing to defund obamacare and use your constitutional authority? are you willing to use the power of the purse to defund planned
parenthood? will you use the power of the purse to stop the power grab of this president through the use of executive amnesty ignoring our laws and our constitution? if you're speaker, will you go into your conference and say this is what we should do, we need to unite together? >> i will unite them and, yes, we'll do it. >> you will do those? >> this is what we're going to do, and we're not going to be able to do it alone. we'll put a strategy together just as we do a select committee on planned parenthood. >> david, 60% of republicans feel betrayed, betrayed by congressional republicans. what do you think of the answer? >> well, in the first place, it seems to be moot because i think boehner's already trying to work a deal on planned parenthood before he goes out. i'm a little skeptical about mccarthy doing the kinds of things he says he will do. however, since boehner did get
cashier -- he might be listening -- and the entire republican base is disgusted with what's going on. people like mccarthy are listening to that. i wrote a column making the point that the congress should shut the government down and finally use their bully pulpit to go after obama and point out that it's he who is insisting on the government shutdown over planned parenthood which is a vicious abortion factory and killing machine. surely we can win that battle and surely we shouldn't be afraid of losing the presidency in 2016 over an issue that will resonate with the american people. >> frank. >> and the base. >> i feel betrayed. you do focus groups. you're hearing this every day. what did you thing? >> well, first off, i saw both sections of it. boy, did you push him hard. you deserve a lot of credit for doing that. but you know what? he pushed back and he deserves credit as well. he offered you something that no
other leaders offered. he said, hold himself accountable. he'll do your show once a month. the difference between kevin and i give him credit for that because you're tough and he was tough right back. the difference is kevin is likable. kevin is smart about these policies and that kevin is opening up the leadership so that conservatives have a chance and most importantly a voice, that's something that -- >> trey gowdy as the house majority leader and trey doesn't want the job. >> no. you know what? >> give credit for opening up conservatives to have the chance to be heard, to have their votes on the floor. sean, please give him credit where credit is due. >> i'll give him credit for that. but i'm a trust and verify guy. he did try to bring gowdy in. in fairness, scottie, no republican house freedom caucus member's running. there's two guys running. >> that's right. they don't want to run, which also speaks very highly -- lowly of them, actually. you know, one thing about the
interview last night that i think it's great that he's willing to be held accountable every month by one of hardest pushers, questioners out there, but he put a loophole in his answer, if it's a strategy to win. that's his loophole. yes, i have no problem, i'll push for it, if we're going to win. when they use words like that, that's why people doubt it. and the tell tale sign last night my red flag went up when you asked him what grade do you give boehner, and he came back with a b? >> a b minus. >> anything higher than a d, i would be very, very unimpressed. >> for the record, i gave a d minus. >> thank you. >> thank you all for being with us. coming up next on "hannity." >> i think american blacks over the course of this next year will begin to see that they've been manipulated. >> dr. benjamin carson calls out the mainstream media and politicians say they're manipulating the black community in this country. is that true?
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clarke, eric guster. i love the hat, sheriff. looking good. eric, let me give you some examples. democratic party because politicians and the media, i believe, do manipulate black america. some examples. every election year, black america's told lies. 1998 the democratic party said you like republicans, black churches are going to burn. al gore when he's running for president goes before a predominantly plaque audience, changes his cadence, his tone, his delivery, the whole bit and says republicans don't want to count you in the census. hillary clinton she goes before a black audience, changes her cadence, changes her tone, delivery, and says, i don't feel no ways tired. the james byrd ad another example. every year. black america is told lies by politicians. dr. carson's telling the truth. doesn't that need to stop? isn't that the ugly underbelly of american politics? >> well, the media can do a lot
of things and even just like if you to the far right, if you said the sky was falling, there's a segment of the population -- >> i don't do that. al gore tells -- don't want to count you in the census. that's a lie, a manipulation. >> the republican party doesn't go after the african-american vote. what they're saying may be actually true because the republican party totally ignores that. >> but you're not addressing the question. sheriff clarke, when they say republicans don't want to count you in the census or if you elect republicans black churches are going to burn, that's manipulation. doesn't that mean that ben carson's right? >> dr. carson, of course he's right. the mainstream media has relinquished their constitutional duty to be a government watchdog and be neutral in all these things and they've become the propaganda wing, the lapdog, the information office for the
democratic party, their liberal agenda and leftist ideology. the liberal mainstream media refuses to write the stories in the op-eds to inform blacks after 60 years of enslavement under democratic control their lives have not gotten better. this liberal mainstream media continues to not tell the story that under the first black president, the standard of living of blacks has not gotten better. poverty is worse, the schools have gotten worse, they can't find meaningful work. this is what the liberal mainstream media continues to propagate. that's where exploitation is. it's wrong to see the republicans don't go after the black vote. the fact is one of the roles of the mainstream media, the lib r libberle a mainstream media is to dr. carson, clarence thomas. because blacks will open their eyes. >> you know, the republican --
>> vote for -- >> hang on here. sheriff clarke just hit the nail on the head. we had black america voting for barack obama. are black americans better off today? they're disproportionately impacted in terms of the unemployment numbers, median income that's been lost under obama, about the number of black americans that have fell into poverty since he's been president, black americans that are on food stamps since he's been president. his policy, is black america better off having obama president for seven years, eric? cite me a statistic that shows that that's true. >> a lot of white people voted to get obama in. let's not segment the black population. >> but what can -- >> no, let me make this point. i don't believe in straight party voting. >> i don't blame you for denying that you vote for obama? >> -- many of the republican party -- >> he voted for him twice.
>> i did. >> okay. >> and black america's not better off. sheriff clarke, it seems the black community that voted for obama some 90 plus percent has been negatively, disproportionately impacted by his bad policies. why do they trust as a group, as a demographic, why so much trust in the democratic party? >> it's an emotional thing right now. they're being lied to. a very intoxicating message that's being sold by the democratic party in terms of handouts, free stuff. look, the only people whose lives have gotten better under president obama are the typical liberal thins like unions have gotten better, teachers, their lives have gotten better, when i say gotten better, so those typical people who vote, but blacks haven't even gotten their beak wet. like i said, the poverty is worse and the schools are worse, they can't findwork. but a very intoxicating message. when you offer people free
stuff, there's going to be a tendency emotionally to lean that way. republicans are not going to come along and offer them free stuff because that's not the way to counter it. but liberal mainstream media, which is what your point is, sean, they play a huge role in this because any time you have a movement and that's what the dnc is and the liberal agenda, you have to have a way to get the message out. they have a built-in one with the liberal mainstream media. >> there hasn't been some free stuff -- i heard that talking point. there isn't a list of free stuff that black americans have been offered by the democratic party. >> it hasn't been delivered. it's been offered but it hasn't been delivered. i think that's what you mean. >> coming up, fireworks on capitol hill yesterday when lawmakers clash with the president of planned parenthood. she tried to defend the organization. the holidays bring many challenges to the feet.
released by a group that is dedicated to making abortion illegal in this country. >> if the videos were selectively edit id, heavily edited, if this was entrapment, if this was all untrue, then why did you apologize? >> congressman, first, i think everyone has agreed they were heavily edited and that certainly -- >> my question is why did you apologize? >> every perpetrator has agreed they were done under cover. >> seems to me that your apology is more because you got caught on these videos. thank you, mr. chairman. >> i respectfully disagree. we want all of it out there. >> we want to know, too. that would be an opportunity. >> we can agree on that. >> but what we've seen so far the ears have heard what were said. >> here with reaction is the president of live action.org lila rose and tamara holder. lila, it's very obvious to me that there's an agenda. congress will hold hearings. on the tape they reveal -- and the full tape, by the way, is on the website of the group that
released it. so you can watch it in total. but it's obvious that loss were broken. let's go through the laws that were broken then explain why doesn't congress just give $500 million to other women's health organizations? wouldn't that be okay? >> exactly, sean. and there's 13,000 other health organizations that aren't getting a half of a billion dollars a year that planned parenthood is getting because they have big lobbyists in congress who have paid off, by the way, about seven of the different democrats who were asking the softball questions of ms. asking questions of their president, and she was deflecting left and right. when asked about babies born alive in her abortion facilities they had no answer. when asked about technicians picking apart the bodies of children to sell them, she had no answer. again and again, when being asked tough questions -- >> when are you going to stop lying? i'm just wondering when you're
going to stop deceiving the american public. if you look at what the polls are showing, america sees planned parenthood as favorable. the polls came out that show the "wall street journal" and nbc poll. >> i have a question. >> let me finish, sean. you gave lila rose the opportunity to make her point. >> stop whining make your point. >> let me finish. 47% viewed planned parenthood favorably. >> if they watch the tape -- have you watched the tapes, tamara? >> the only thing more popular is the negative view of donald trump. >> have you watched the tapes? have you watched the entire thing? >> i watched all of these. >> here is very question. they get half a billion. >> the money does not go abortions. >> now, it's time to be quiet.
>> don't tell me to be quiet. >> the question is simple. why don't we give the money to groups that don't perform abortions and sell body parts for lamborghinis. >> what is not true. you're stating something not true. >> when you look at the -- >> you're lying to the american public. >> there have been investigations in six states. >> are you blind? can you watch the tapes? >> i have seen the tapes. >> they say oh, we'll make, we'll buy a lamborghini. >> you know, how i'm a lesbian and i've had eight abortions and that is not true. >> if you cut and paste -- >> we have to look at the big picture. planned parenthood is getting reimbursed right and left for services that pad their bottom line. >> well, so 50% of their income is abortion. abortion is the name of their game. abortion and selling of the body parts of the children they kill.
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