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and that hillary clinton bit? was it funny and did it change your opinion of hillary? maybe you weren't the target audience. maybe it was kids. let me know what you think. thanks for watching. this is "the kelly file." tonight, the insurgent outsider candidates continue to rise in the polls. ainsley earhardt has a full report. >> we're not going to sit down and shut up, we're going to stand up and express ourselves. because that's who we are. >> dr. benjamin carson is here tonight with reaction. >> look at the situation they chose to exploit, to go after me for political reasons. the death of four americans in benghazi. >> then hillary clinton rips republicans for investigating the benghazi attack. ed klein and sharyl attkisson will weigh in. >> if you had somebody with guns in that room, you would have been a hell of a lot better off. >> then republicans push back against the left's political
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plit sized rhetoric calling for more gun control. and reaction ta the growing feud between donald trump and marco rubio. "hannity" starts right here, right now. the political outsider insurgent candidates continue to dominate in the polls and hillary clinton is now losing in head-to-head matchups with some gop candidates in very key states. "fox and friends" co-host ans i ainsley earhardt. >> let me tell you and your viewers. voters in two important states continue to throw their support behind candidates who come from outside washington and have never held public office. in iowa donald trump and dr. carson continue to separate themselves from the rest of the field with 24 and 19%. carly fiorina is in third place with 8% followed by jeb bush, ted cruz and marco rubio. as for new hampshire, things are a little tighter in that state. trump still has the top spot with 21%, then carly fiorina
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continues to gain momentum with 16%. jeb bush has 1 1% followed by marco rubio and ben carson with 10% and clhris christie has 7. it shows dr. ben carson leading donald trump 24 to 17%. a very good sign for dr. carson, but we're going to have to wait until all these other polls come out to see if the trend continues, of course. also tonight hillary clinton's ongoing scandal as they continue to drag her down in the polls. it is starting to show in a potential head-to-head matchup with notable gop candidates. this is where it gets interesting. in new hampshire, hillary clinton would fall to jeb bush by 7 points if they were to square off in a general election. sean, carly fiorina would top clinton by 8 points if voters had to decide between those two candidates. in the all-important state of iowa, sean, clinton would lose to trump by 7 points, bush by 10 and fiorina would beat her by a
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whopping 14 points. clinton unveils her new plans for gun control measures at an event in new hampshire. here is part of what she said earlier today. >> it's time for us to say, wait a minute, we're better than that. our country is better than this. and there are steps we can take that improve gun safety and further the prevention of violence by guns. and today i am proposing what i consider to be commonsense approaches. >> all right, sean, there you have it. back to you. >> ansly will be back with more numbers later in the program. joining me now the author of the book "the more perfect union," the man himself, 2016 republican presidential candidate dr. ben carson.
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good to see you. >> always good to be with you. >> look at these numbers. it's trump, it's you, it's fiorina. what is happening out in the electorate? what are you hearing when you meet people? >> first of all, i hear people saying to me constantly, please, don't let them change you, be who you are, don't back down, believe in what you believe in. that's so important. because people are used to double talk. and they're used to politicians saying whatever is politically expedient and having their finger up in the air and seeing which way the air is blowing. right now they're looking for something they can truly believe in. they're looking for people who have actually worked in the real world, have real world accomplishments, demonstrate that they know how to solve complex problems. that's resonating. >> most polls it's trump and then you. i can't think of two more diametrically opposed personties, you being more shy and demure and soft spoken and then donald trump being brash and outspoken and confident.
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that's interesting to me. but the one thing you have in common is you never held political office. fascinating. >> we've not held political office, but i think the thing that's important to the people is that we're not looking like people who are going to be corralled by the political establishment. >> understood. it's interesting. you wrote this book and you spe spend a lot of time in the book talking about fidelity to our constitution. i don't care the issue of same-sex marriage, executive action, you are viewing every one of these important issues through the prism of the constitution. explain that. >> i talk about in the book -- or i said we talk about -- because my wife is the co-writer. my wife is an excellent writer. but the fact of the matter is we talked about how it was formed, and what the basis of it was and the kinds of people who were involved in writing it.
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and the friction that occurred in the writing of it and how they were able to resolve these things. these men were incredibly bright. and they were able to see into the future and think about all the things that were possibly going to happen and to write a constitution with the help of god, by the way -- a lot of people don't know that. >> isn't that fascinating through this discussion? if they had to fight over slavery at that time, the nation wouldn't have been formed. that's my reading of history. >> that's correct. >> but they did put in place in their wisdom, which i think you're talking about here, the mechanism to right wrongs and correct injustices. >> yes. >> over time. >> and they recognized that they were not perfect and that the document itself was not perfect, and that it would have to adjust with time. there are a lot of things that we need to think about now. for instance, when we wrote the constitution, the average age of death was around 47.
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>> thanks to surgeons like you you're keeping us around a lot longer. i'm past my due date then. >> which means perhaps lifetime appointments need to be reviewed again. >> interesting. i want to ask you, because you've been on the campaign trail, when you say something like the comment you made about muslims. the media explodes. i had you on the program right after that. i said, do you mean you'd want to know that they do not adhere to shariah or radicalization? and you said, that's what i meant. has that been a problem on the campaign trail, the media turning a small comment into a bigger issue. >> it hasn't been a problem with the people. it's been a problem with the left-wing media, although i've asked several of them, so are you telling me that you would like to have a president who believes in shariah? who believed in takia, who believe in all of the various components. >> the antithesis of the constitution, which you write about. >> and of course they immediately divert to another
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topic at that point because they don't want to admit it. >> what's the last cnn debate. you stood on your feet for three hours. he said this about you, you said this about you. and go fight it out. the whole thing was designed to fight. >> that's why i largely didn't participate. i'm not going to let somebody sit there and pull my strings, sic him. >> you said something to me earlier today that really shocked me. that you were unhappy you never get asked a foreign policy question. is that true in both debates you weren't asked a -- i don't know for sure. >> they have a tendency not to ask me about foreign policy. they ask me about economics. they assume the only thing you know is maybe something about race and maybe something about medicine. >> well, let me ask you. you see what vladimir putin is doing and his influence, he seems to be filling a vacuum left by the united states. you see that his first attack in syria was not against isis but
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it was against american-backed rebels that want to depose assad. >> correct. >> that seemed to be by design. that was almost a proxy attack on the united states, from my position. what are your thoughts, and how would you handle it? >> my thoughts are that he really was very disappointed with the dissolution of the soviet union, and he wants to rebuild an empire, and he needs to extend his influence widely, and he is noticing that there is weakness and, therefore, like any bully, he's going to continue to push. and i believe that we need to stand up to him. >> how? how would you specifically -- if you're president, what would you do? >> first of all, i wouldn't listen to his generals saying, you guys can't fly here any more. >> can you imagine that? >> not only can we fly but you need to go take a flying leap. not a problem. >> you would be willing to create confrontation. >> absolutely. >> we're here first. >> absolutely. >> you won't get in the way. and if he wants a showdown? >> i would establish a no-fly zone along the turkish border.
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and i wouldn't respect any of the boundaries that they set. and i would also know that his relationships go way, way, way, way back, you know. 1968 at patrice lamumba university. that's when putin first got to know the ali khomeini and mahmoud abbas. all these relationships are complex. we have to stop him wherever he is. we have to stop him in the baltic basin, not just the baltic states but the whole basin. >> eastern europe. western europe is dependent on their energy. >> and we can stop them there because we have abundant energy. >> we do, that we don't use. more with dr. carson coming up right after the break. we'll ask him why he thinks the outsider candidates are resonating so well with you the voters. later the feud between republican rivals marco rubio, donald trump is now heating up.
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live from america's news headquarters, i'm kelly wright. good evening. a tense situation in flood-ravaged columbia, south carolina, where several dams are overflowing. the breach is forcing new
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evacuations. the historic flooding is already blamed for at least ten deaths in south carolina. two more deaths have been reported in neighboring north carolina. the u.s. cargo ship el faro likely sank. that's according to the coast guard. so far only one body has been found. the ship carried 33 people, 28 of them americans, the company says the captain tried to bypass hurricane joaquin but it's believed the mechanical failure left the ship adrift. the gunman who killed nine people at an oregon community college left a manifesto behind. in it he ranted about not having a girlfriend. and that everyone around him was crazy. christopher harper mercer's mother also telling investigators her son had mental health issues. i'm kelly wright. now back to "hannity." welcome back to "hannity." as we've seen in recent weeks the outsider candidates continue to surge in the polls leaving many of the career politicians scratching their head. what's behind this movement? many believe it's their refusal
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to be politically correct. take a look. >> maybe they don't want a straight talker. maybe they don't. no, maybe they don't. but i am so tired of this politically correct crap. >> i would not advocate that we put a muslim in charge of this nation. i absolutely would not agree with that. >> american blacks over the course of this next year will begin to see that they've been manipulated very, very largely, and people telling them what they're supposed to thing and what they're supposed to say. >> not only are taxpayers having to fund this butchery, but planned parenthood doles out millions of dollars every single leaked cycle to democrat candidates. this is a political slush fund. >> back with us for more is author of the brand-new book called "a more perfect union," 2016 republican presidential candidate dr. ben carson. i already interviewed about the comments you made.
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you don't want to ask you the same questions every time you're on the program. >> i know the answers now. >> what? >> i know the answers now. >> you gave me the answer already. so otherwise we're just rehashing the last interview. is it about politically correctness? is it that the country is -- i look at the numbers, 95% of millions out of the labor force. $5,000 median income decrease since obama's been president. americans are suffering. >> they are, without question. and who is paying attention to them? now, the progressives would have you believe that they're the ones who are looking out for them. but it's their progressive policies that have put the middle class and the poor in this country. because the poor and the middle class no longer have a mechanism for increasing their money. >> when you said that people would be manipulated, you are talking about some demographics in the democratic party. you mean, the people that are
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told that republicans want to put you all back in chains. they don't even want to count you in the census. they want dirty air and water. they want to throw your grandmother over the cliff, that we hear every election cycle? is that the manipulation. >> and instead saying, but we'll take care of you. we'll give you housing subsidies and food stamps. we have ten times more people on food stamps than we did when the war on poverty started. these things aren't elevating people. >> how would ben carson as president get those people back in the labor force, get them off of food stamps, get them out of poverty, get family median income up? how do you do it? >> first of all, big jump start. there's over $2 trillion overseas in american money that's not being brought back because we have the highest corporate tax rates in the developed world. six-month hiatus, allow that money to be repatriated without
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taxation. >> no taxes, like donald trump wants 10%. >> right. the only stipulation would be that 10% of it would have fwto used for empowerment zones in our cities or to create jobs for people on unemployment and welfare. that gets business and industry back in the what they used to do. >> would you lower the corporate tax rate? >> you would lower that to below the average. >> we become the tax haven? >> absolutely. we become a place where people are advantaged by working here. >> do you think we're better off lowering taxes overall? i mean, i will tell you that i pay on average 60 cents on every dollar i make. >> which is absurd. >> highway robbery. then when i die they'll take the gold out of my teeth and half of what i saved. >> first of all, we do not need that. nancy pelosi said if you cut the budget by one penny, it will be a disaster. not true at all. we have 4.1 million federal
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employees. we have 645 federal agencies and sub agencies. we have unfunded liabilities that's incredible. our fiscal gap is $200 trillion plus. and unless we begin to deal with that, we have completely destroyed the future of those coming behind us, and we can deal with it quite easily. >> how do you take your experience of being one of the most gifted by all accounts, and i even have a friend of mine once that you interviewed him and he's a brain surgeon and neurosurgeon. and how do you take that experience and transfer that to the most difficult job in the world? >> well, for one thing you recognize that there's no one person who knows everything. solomon himself, the wisest man that ever lived -- >> i thought he built the temple himself. >> and a multitude of consulates is safety. so i do recognize that. but i also have a history of
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solving complex problems. and these are prom plex problems. i've thought about them, i've talked to a lot of people that know a lot about them. i have no doubt that if we use the incredible intellect that we have available to us in this country and we focus on how we can do things other than why we can't, we'll get them done. this is america. >> we talked about vladimir putin and a little bit about the middle east. how do we deal with radical islamic terrorism, isis, for example? >> well, first of all, we need to recognize that they are an existential threat to us. they're not some little jv group over in the middle east. and we have to be able to identify them, talk about them, recognize that they want to destroy us and our way of life. we need to use every mechanism available to us, covert and overt. >> defeat them over there before they come here? >> absolutely. you have to. >> take the war to them. >> that's not a democrat or republican issue. because i guarantee you if we
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don't take care of them over there, when they get here, they're not going to ask you if you're republican or democrat before they cut your head off. we need to destroy them now with everything. and we have the ability to do it. >> dr. carson, by the way, brand new book, got it right here. and it's called "a more perfect union." you can find it in book stores and coming up next here on "hannity" -- >> rubio has the worst voting record in the united states senate. >> who knows what dobld nald fr trying to do? who cares? >> it rages on. then later tonight it gets really close to crunch time. is vice president joe biden ever going to jump into the race? we'll check in with ainsley earhar earhardt. sources tell ed klein that clinton is being urged to hire a criminal defense attorney. could she possibly go to jail? o be the boss of you? (patrick 2) pretty great. (patrick 1) how about a 10% raise? (patrick 2) how about 20?
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welcome back to "hannity." the feud between donald trump and marco rubio continues to heat up. donald trump's latest jab came in the form of a retweet that the gop front-runner posted which shows a photo of a young rubio and it reads in part, quote, never hire a boy to do a man's job. marco seems like a nice boy, well mannered, but bought and paid for, the retweet goes on to say that rubio doesn't have the swagger to negotiate with vladimir putin or to run the country and tells him to drink his milk and eat his cookies. that's just the latest in a line of recent attacks between the two candidates. watch this. >> by the way, rubio has the worst voting record in the united states senate. who has better hair? trump or rubio? you tell me. trump. senator rubio is a lightweight. we understand that. he wouldn't be able to do this. he wouldn't know a trade deal from any other deal. marco rubio is a lightweight. i can't imagine that he goes anywhere. >> he's a very insecure person. he doesn't like to be
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criticized. the presidency's a tough job. you are going to be criticized. you can't flip out every time somebody says something about you. he does. i'm not interested in the back and forth to be a member or part of the freak show. who knows what donald is trying to do. who cares? >> here is jamie weinstein and michael cohen. that's pretty harsh. marco rubio, smart, intelligent, was former speaker of the house in florida. why is this even going on this way? >> first of all, mr. trump didn't start it. and we talk about this -- >> what did marco do to start it? >> marco rubio made a comment about mr. trump. it was obviously a negative comment. >> what did he say? >> i don't remember what he said but something that trump is not a serious candidate. he is a serious candidate. going into the whole issue of the polls, the last seven polls that came out has mr. trump anywhere between 34 and 29 where they have rubio at 12 to 5. this isn't the contest.
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this is like a white belt versus a black belt. >> so then if that's the case, why would he pay attention to something that he doesn't even view as competition? hy doesn't view him as competition but donald trump's a counterpuncher. if you come at him, he's going to set the table. his table is come at me and i'll come back at you and i'll hit you so hard you're going to be gone from this race. >> i'll hit you so hard that your mother will feel the vibrations. jamie, what's your reaction to all this? >> donald trump is endlessly entertaining, but i think he's attacking rubio now because he sees rubio as a real threat. micha michael's right, rubio is not where donald trump is in the polls but he's rising. last debate there was no candidate on stage that had a mastery of issues the way rubio did and could express it in a way that was inspiring. donald trump is a little bit intimidated by that especially since donald trump hasn't done the policy homework to go toe to toe with rubio in a debate.
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>> there's only one problem. whatever it is that marco rubio has done has failed the united states. we are in serious trouble. and if you want to talk about the only person that's on that entire stage that's a real dealmaker, the king of all deals, is donald trump. he's the only one that's ever created a job. marco rubio has never created a job. he's been on the government's pay since the day he finished school. he's in the pockets of big business. guys like norman brayman and others. and he can't balance his own budget. he's financially in trouble himself. and he's only been successful in getting out of trouble as a direct result of big sponsors. >> jamie? >> well, look, the trump organization has great opposition researchers. if i was working for mr. trump these are the attack lines i'd probably tell him to make because they do resonate to some degree. but if you look at the record of donald trump and what his positions are on a lot of issues and marco rubio, i'm no rubio booster but he's laid out a very
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conservative foreign policy compared to donald trump where he wants to retreat from the world and from the ukraine region, doesn't want america to put a fight up there or putin in syria. >> let me stop you right there. >> marco rubio predicted -- >> let me stop you right there because what you say is absolutely inaccurate. first of all -- can you imagine marco rubio sitting down with the likes of vladimir putin? it's like a -- >> marco did predict -- it was an interesting line when he called putin a gangster and laid out exactly what he's engaged in now going in to help assad and syria and has ambitions to exert his influence in the region because of america's vacuum created by obama. he was dead right on that. >> he's not dead right about it, sean. >> yeah, he is. >> the bottom line is if in foreign policy you want to be able to get what you need, you got to be the dealmaker. you got to be donald trump. >> let me ask you this. >> vladimir putin will look at
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marco rubio the same way he looks at obama, like a lambchop. >> what's a lambchop? >> it's something that he's going to -- he has no respect for and he's going to enjoy just eating our lunch, which something that nobody will get -- >> back to jamie. jamie? >> it seems like donald trump's already conceded in syria before there's any negotiation. he said he's very happy with putin going in and putting combat troops in syria and engaging in a syrian civil war which only allows the russians to get a foothold in the middle east which has been a cornerstone of american foreign policy for the last three or four decades. so it seems he's already capitulated, donald trump. >> look at how well we've done with our middle east policy over, as josh said t last 30 years. what a wonderful display of confidence by our politicians. >> that's a -- >> hold on one sec. the issue is the american people
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are sick and tired of everything that's going on with washington, and that's why donald trump is and will continue to be the top candidate. >> guys, thank you both for being with us. appreciate it. thank you, jamie. when will joe biden make his decision, is he going to run or not for president? ainsley earhardt is here with the report. it is time that hillary clinton hires a criminal defense attorney? is there a chance she could go to jail in light of the investigation? ed klein said he's being given that advice even as we speak. but it's hard to keep up with it. your body and your diabetes change over time. your treatment plan may too. know your options. once-daily toujeo® is a long-acting insulin from the makers of lantus®. it releases slowly to provide consistent insulin levels for a full 24 hours. toujeo® also provides proven full 24-hour blood sugar control and significant a1c reduction.
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[engine revving] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ welcome back to "hannity." so could hillary clinton's numerous scandals and continuing drop in the polls leave the door open for a well-known democrat now to jump into the race? ainsley earhardt at the big board. >> it's getting really exciting. the big question surrounding joe biden is will he enter the 2016
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race? we've been following this story very closely. according to cbs news t vice president's decision could come as early as this week. according to the report, biden is still weighing all of his options now. but two sources say that he is leaning toward declaring his candice pe. it could be a very good decision for joe biden. according to the latest nbc/"wall street journal"/marist poll he's behind clinton by 11 points and isn't that far behind bernie sanders. the same poll has the vp competitive in inspecnew hampsh. it's amazing he's already gotten these numbers and hasn't put himself in the race yet. >> getting more interesting by the day. also tonight hillary clinton is claiming that the benghazi select committee was all a setup to make her look bad. instead of investigating her role in the attacks that killed four americans here's what clinton told the "today" show
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earlier. >> look at the situation they chose to exploit, to go after me for political reasons. this committee was set up, as they have admitted, for the purpose of making a partisan political issue out of the deaths of four americans. i would have never done that. if i were president and there were republicans or democrats who were thinking about that, i would have done everything to shut it down. >> now, in that same interview clinton also dodged and evaded questions about a personal server. but tonight a new report says that a trusted clinton confidant is advising hillary to hire a criminal defense attorney in case she's indicted for failing to secure classified documents and for lying under oath. here now to talk about the story is the author of this brand-new book "unlikable, the problem with hillary clinton" ed klein and also with us is the anchor of sinclair's full measure, sharyl attkisson is with us. if her confidant and her friends are saying get a lawyer and we know the fbi is investigating,
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her problem isn't really republicans even though she's trying to make it that. >> absolutely. this is a guy who has been with the clintons for 30 years and has been advising them all this time. he said to me he's tearing his hair out because he cannot get hillary to understand that she's in deep trouble. he says, paraphrasing john dean, this is a cancer on her candidacy. >> wouldn't it be ironic considering her position on the watergate committee so many years ago? >> i know. what he wants her to do is get some big league criminal defense attorney, maybe a republican, he said, who is -- you know, has a great reputation in washington and find out what the fbi and the attorney general's really up to so he can prepare, if necessary, to defend her and hopefully avoid her getting indicted. >> sharyl, congratulations on your new show. everyone in washington, as you
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know, they look at comey as a straight shooter at the fbi. we learned that the fbi likely recovered the 33,000 deleted e-mail or at least some portion about them. if it's not about yoga, a wedding, a funeral or conversations with bill, but about benghazi she may as well, that may be the smoekking gun tt could get her indicted. is this confidant that ed is talking about is giving her good advice? >> it's hard to say until we know what's in the e-mails. some of her friends don't even know what could be in the e-mails and are hedging their bets when they discuss it privately. i think her big concern is she knows through my information, internal polling that she's done, that they do see the benghazi issue as a legitimate issues, voters do see this as a legitimate question to ask and that's why she has to be so
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defensive on this point. >> two weeks ago "the new york times" was saying they developed a new strategy, they were going to show a more likable hillary a funnier hillary and warmer hillary and she shows great indignation and outrage today. will the real hillary please stand up at some point? >> i think we know from experience that when she displays a persona it seems means that people like media matters or her other advisers have indicated through polling or whatever means they use, they've indicated to her that this would be a good thing for her to do, that maybe this will help her among her potential voters. >> yeah. >> the issue of biden coming in, i've talked to, again, top well-placed democrats who say that the only thing they think biden has is offering more of the same, which is not, as democrats said, a very good selling point, that a continuation of the administration would not be very popular, but at the same time you have hillary wrestling with these questions and bernie
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sanders who some of the democrat establishment do not want in there. so they're -- >> so we know in recent polls that 60% of americans find her dishonest and untrustworthy, and they find she's lying particularly about the male server and benghazi. she tried to explain why voters don't like or trust her this morning, and here's what she said. >> i believe by the end of this campaign people will know that i can fight for them and they can count on me. >> it's surprising to hear you say that. you've been in politics for 20 years. not like people don't know you. are you having a problem connecting? >> well, i don't know. you can ask me that and, obviously, it's not the nicest question to hear because i feel like i have a long record of working on the issues that i believe are important to people and i'm going to continue to do that. >> 60% of americans think she's a liar. >> that's right. >> untrustworthy, dishonest.
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can you win with those? >> i don't think so. i don't think so. i looked at a number of titles for my new book. i was thinking of shameless as the title of the book, then i realized that all politicians in washington are shameless. >> that's probably true. >> but the truth of the matter is she's not likable. i cannot think of a recent president who got elected who was not likable. >> i got to believe, sharyl, that's really a key component. will americans vote for someone they think is dishonest and not likable? how do you overcome that perception? this is six out of ten voters, democrats and republicans. >> nighttime a political analyst, but anecdotallanecdota answer is yes, they will vote for someone like that. i've had acquaintances who have not said nice things about what they think about mrs. clinton's honesty and in the same breath say, but i want to vote for her because i've been told by acquaintances she's a woman or i want to vote for her because i
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could never see myself voting for a republican. so i do thing, yes, people are very ideologically entrenched or have other reasons. >> but she doesn't have the broad appeal of, say, her husband, or the new democrat, or the warmth of her husband or the speech giving capabilities of barack obama. so she's going to lose a portion of those people certainly. >> i even think some of those people, people aren't really talking much about this, are actually interested in donald trump. again, i've had friends who normally vote democrat including women democrats and african-americans tell me they're crossing over to vote for trump this year. anything's possible. it's really hard to say. >> all bets off. thank you. eds, congrats on the new book. if you had a couple of the teachers or somebody with guns in that room you would have been a hell of a lot better off. >> gun control only works for normal law-abiding citizens. it doesn't work for crazies. >> republican presidential
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welcome back to "hannity." democrats were quick to politicize the shooting in
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oregon making it the debate on the campaign trail. here's what presidential candidates stand on the issue. >> what we end up doing is create rules on the 99.99% of human activity that had nothing to do with the tragedy. >> it was a gun-free zone. i will tell you, if you had a couple of the teachers or somebody with guns in that room, you would have been a hell of a lot better off. >> they try to use these tragedies as an excuse to come after the constitutional rights of law abiding citizens. it's unconstitutional, cynical and wrong. >> you're not going to handle it with more gun control because gun control only works for normal law abiding citizens. it doesn't work for crazies. >> we have not so much a gun problem, we have a gun problem with sin and evil. this is an evil thing when people kill another person and it happens way too often. >> before we start calling for more laws, i think we ought to consider why we don't enforce
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the laws we have. >> here now with reaction, trial attorney eric guster and former nypd detective bo dietl. the thing that stands out to me is all the politicians that want gun . average american citizens that should have the right to keep, and bear arms. why do they solidify these things so quickly like obama did? >> i was disappointed with this guy, who shot and killed these people. he would have passed any background check on earth. we have been careful to not overreact. >> the guy you voted twice hasn't done a darn thing to -- >> his proposals won't have stopped a thing? >> say it, eric.
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>> i refuse to say that. >> it's true. truth is power. >> i'm not going to say that on your show. >> come on. >> this is not a gun control issue. it was made into a political football. >> first of all, sean, i know our good friend and great attorney, eric believes in the right to bear arms, when it's right, it's right. when wrong, it's wrong. these politicians would take away our rights. >> the problem here is that we had something occur. did you watch over the weekend? did you see rahm emmanuel jump in there? let's jump ugly with illegal guns on the streets of these
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supposedly safe cities. >> so, former detectives like yourselves in schools, you hire jobs and kids are safe in the classroom and these people know they're going to be challenged. >> if there is someone armed there, if he would have done his job properly, former military or law enforcement, the shot count would have been down. they would have reacted an lives would have been saved. let's say this crazy could have gotten gasoline. >> fertilizer. >> all the way. >> but to use a gun, and gun control this way is very irresponsible. >> check mate, voting for obama twice was a mistake. say it. >> nochlt i'm a winner and obama is a winner and i voted for him twice. and people that license guns are winners, also, eric. >> we need your help.
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welcome back to "hannity". do you think joe biden can beat hillary clinton? i do. go to and now it's time for our ask sean segment. you've been sending in your questions. if you send one in you can become a tv star. >> hi, sean, i'm bill peterman. i'm a cpa. the question i have is how is the next president going to be able to take care of entitlements and level of debt that america has now without raising taxes on the middle class? >> this is a cpa, bill, great question. you know there are two ways to increase money you have for the government. number one, you have to spend less. i like the penny plan. eliminate base-line budgeting.
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then, cut a penny dget at the out of every dollar, every year for six years and bring the budget in balance. you have to bring in more revenues. the best thing we can do in my opinion is make america is a corporate tax haven and thirdly, energy is the answer. make america energy independent. it's going to create a lot of jobs. people will have good jobs, and will have a huge ripple effect on the community. and send that video, before we go, a programming note make sure to tune in tomorrow night 6:00 p.m. eastern for the fox news channel, donald trump will
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sit down with bret baier at 6:00 p.m., tomorrow night, right here on fox. that is all the time we have this evening. we take attendance and it hurts our feelings, a lot, when you're not here. thanks for being with us. see you back here tomorrow. point to spa specifically would have prevented the shooting in roseburg, oregon. >> sometimes there isn't a specific law that you can point to that would prevent a tragedy like this from happening. >> the left continues to call for more gun laws. even though evidence is mounting they would not prevent mass killings. we'll have a special investigation tonight. >> i'm just a darn bummed. all anyone wants to talk about is donald trump. >> do you think he will win the primaries? >> he must. i want to be the one who attack him down. i will destroy him and i will mount his hair in the oval office. >> hillary clinton trying to win over


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