again tomorrow night charles koch. we don't often tell you we're going to air something that could change your life. this could. it's not just the talk about politics, it's about cha your life, your business and your country. see you tomorrow at 9:00. tonight -- >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> the democrats didn't disappoint at their first debate. >> i'm very proud that over my almost 30 years of public service i have had no scandals. >> plus they trashed ka eed cap and promise to give away free stuff. >> rein in capitalism so it doesn't run amok. >> mark steyn is here with reaction. >> i want to talk not about my e-mails but what the american people want. >> then jeb bush weighs in on the democrats going easy on hillary over her server scandal. >> i would have taken her to task for that, and if she wins the nomination and i win the
nomination, trust me, this is not going to end. >> with most democrats went all in with the black lives matter movement. >> as a nation we have undervalued the lives, black lives, people of color. >> larry elder, juan williams and sheriff david clarke are here to respond. plus is joe biden getting closer to jumping in the race? "hannity" starts right here, right now. welcome to "hannity." so the first 2016 democratic debate is in the books, and tonight we've got some of the most outrageous comments from the liberal showdown. the self-proclaimed socialist, bernie sanders, teamed up with his democratic rival hillary clinton to deflect criticism away from her massive e-mail scandal. watch this. >> tonight i want to talk not about my e-mails but about what the american people want from the next president of the united states. >> something that may not be great politics. but i think the secretary is right. and that is that the american
people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. enough of the e-mails. let's talk about the real issues facing america. >> all right, now sadly, when sanders and clinton weren't trying to sweep this major scandal under the rug, they spent a great deal of time bashing one of america's core principles. you know, capitalism? take a look. >> do i consider myself part of the casino capitalist process by which so few have so much and so many have so little, by which wall street's greed and recklessness wrecked this economy? no, i don't. >> it's our job to rein in the excesses of capitalism so it doesn't run amok and doesn't cause the kind of inequities we're seeing in our economic system. >> and of course, corporations have to share their profits. must, the government's going to force them. that's not when you thought th
democratic debate couldn't get any worse, all the candidates came together to tell you, the american people, how much free stuff you're going to get. watch this. >> my plan would enable anyone to go to a public college or university tuition free. >> you don't cut social security. you expand it. we are going to have medical and family paid leave like every other country on earth. >> i want to enhance the benefits for the poorest recipients of social security. >> we would be a stronger nation economically if we had paid family leave. >> you support the undocumented immigrants getting obamacare? >> i wouldn't have a problem with that. >> governor o'malley and senator sanders want to provide college tuition to undocumented immigrants. where do you stand on that? >> my plan would support any state that takes that position. >> here with analysis, author of the book "a disgrace to the
profession," mark steyn. let me sum it up, democrats want to confiscate wealth. you get free everything under their plan. >> yes. >> only black lives matter, mark. they said so last night. hillary reminded us often she's a woman. very important point that came out of the debate last night. climate change -- >> i never knew that. >> climate change is a bigger problem than putin, iran and isis, and no wonder that joy behar was aroused watching the debate. your thoughts. >> yeah. i mean, what i find with all of this the whole rationale for joe biden getting in is that bernie sanders is too far to the left. on that stage last night, with the exception of jim wb, everyone was too far to the left. the idea that this is a party of scoop jackson democrats who need to be -- rein in the craziness of bernie sanders. they're all ready to join him, all of them are ready to join him on the socialist's ledge.
by the end when they were offering -- did i hear that right, they were offering free college tuition to illegal immigrants so that, in theory, anyone on the planet who can make it across the rio grande is entitled to do seven-year bachelors in navel gazing studies in berkeley. that is terrific. that's great news. that's the platform and hillary and bernie and the rest are ready to run on. >> here's the difference between obama 2007 and this slate of candidates today although some of them were so bad and so dumb and so unimpressive, i was a little stunned. but obama did a better job of hiding his real identity. you know, it was only that brief moment with joe the plumber, spread the wealth around. they're openly saying everything that obama was hiding. politically, does that hurt them if whoever gets to the main event?
>> well, that is the big difference. obama in 2008 was doing all this, there are no red states, there are no blue states, there are just american states. he was being mr. moderate, mr. centrist. bernie sanders is running on what he believes but hillary and the others have made a calculation that the democratic party base has shifted. you know, lincoln chafee said last night he didn't leave the republican party, the republican party left him. well, itses a the other way around for bernie sanders the socialist. he didn't join the democratic party. the democratic party joined him. the things that would be career killers when bernie sanders was running for mayor of burlington in the 1980s, the things that would have been insane in the bill clinton era democrat party are now conventional wisdom. that was an explicitly socialist
redistribu redistributetionist party that thinks should be a large sweden. good luck having sweden for 300 million people. >> call it what you want, socialist, redistribution. they're openly saying this, they want to confist kate the money from one group of people, redistribute it, add all these programs. but the question is is the appeal such when 50% of americans don't pay any federal income tax, is there wide enough appeal that, hey, the government's going to give me free stuff and they're going to take it from this guy and give it to me that they can win on that? has america shifted away from liberty, freedom and capitalism to this socialist utopia that we all know will fail eventually and collapse. >> on the numbers, sean, technically more millennials can vote in 2016 than baby boomers. so what people like bernie figure -- back when bernie took his honeymoon in the soviet union, that would be considered
an unusual quirk even for a democrat to do. by the time he announced -- it was brought up by anderson cooper last night, the oddball was jim webb who when bernie was honeymooning in the soviet union, jim webb was taking vietcong bullets in the jungles of southeast asia. that seems far weirder to the democrat base than bernie's honeymoon in the soviet union. this, by the way, at a time when the soviet union has put together the old alliance and has got cuban troops fighting for them in syria. they bet that they are now -- that every year people who believe in the old constitution and the founding fathers, they die off and these young millennials who agree with him on denmark and sweden and norway -- >> final question. >> -- go to the polls. >> a good point anderson cooper made, denmarks a a population of 5.6 million. not exactly analogous to the
situation we have here. 60% of americans believe hillary's a liar, she's dishonest and untrustworthy, can she win with those numbers? >> no. i think she staunched the flow. but i actually thought, everybody things bernie is lying about the country's sick of your damn e-mails, that he's joined the tank with her. and that absolves her of guilt. i think he did something very clever. he said you're tainting my epic heroic revolutionary social is str -- socialist struggle. that's why all the romance is on the side of bernie. she may have staunched the damage. the three midgets, as karl rove calls them, are irrelevant. but the enthusiasm is with his socialist revolutionary firebrand rhetoric. all the stuff you told him you shouldn't do on television,
bernie sanders does. and his numbers go up like crazy. a whole new approach. >> if he doesn't get the nomination, he could come work for abc. >> that's right. >> thank you, sir. 2016 presidential candidate jeb bush, he's here to weigh in on the debate and the latest poll numbers. i can't think of anything more of an outsider than electing the first woman president, but i'm not just running because i would be the first woman president. >> does hillary clinton, is she really an outsider? that's what she was trying to convince you the viewers last night. we'll check in with penny lee, katie pavlich constipated? trust number one doctor recommended dulcolax use dulcolax tablets for gentle overnight relief suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief deals are made over bacon. global trade runs on eggs.
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hillary clinton's campaign is reportedly very happy with her debate performance last night, but they shouldn't get too excited. the latest fox news poll shows the democratic front-runner now trailing noteworthy republicans in potential head-to-head matchups including former governor jeb bush. bush would top clinton 44-40 if they squared off in a general election. the gop field also continues to take shape according to the same fox news poll, donald trump and ben carson are leading the way followed by ted cruz, marco rubio and jeb bush are now pushing towards double digits. joining us now, here with reaction, former republican of the great state of florida, republican presidential candidate jeb bush. how are you, governor? good to see you. >> how are you doing, sean? everything's great here in new hampshire. >> one question i think stands out in the polls. you do very well in head-to-head matchups. you don't do as well in the primary matchups. how do you explain that? >> well, we're just starting to get to the face of the campaign
that matters. we're starting to see advertising here in new hampshire and iowa, and my numbers are moving up. i'm campaigning hard. and over the long haul, all of this hard work will pay off. but it's a long haul. look, there's a long way to go. there will be ups and downs, as always. i laid out a plan to repeal obamacare and replace it with a market driven system that will shift away from washington. my experience is one i like to share with people as well. >> what are your thoughts about last night's democratic primary debate? >> well, it was -- there wasn't a lot of challenging going on other than there were the -- the challenge was who could get further to the left. if you counted up the amount of money being spent last night it was trillions of dollars. the failed economic policies of barack obama and the miserable foreign policy of hillary clinton and barack obama and no one seemed to -- other than maybe jim webb occasionally,
there was very little discussion about any disagreement. and i think doubling down on this failure is not the way to go for our country. >> to my take on this was we now have an openly socialist party, and it's not just bernie sanders. i mean, you heard an outright assault on successful people in america that i think are already overtaxed and hillary talking about what is the government going to come in and make companies profit share? are we going to do that by some government fiat or some law of some kind? >> yeah, i mean, the rhetoric is harsh left. and the simple fact is 6 million more people are living in poverty today than the day barack obama got elected. and the disposable income is down $2,000. work force participation rates were lower than in 1977. and to continue down this path will only help the wealthy. the wealthy are doing great. i worry about people that are struggling in the middle. i think we need to go the exact
opposite direction of moving regulation out of washington, making it commonsensical by having an economic impact, rolling back some of the really aggressive rules and dramatically reforming our tax code which is stifling the ability for the next generation to get a job even. >> i listen to all the promises that were made last night. president obama will leave office, and he will accumulate more debt than any other president before him combined. you heard the laundry list, the new new deal, free college education for everybody, free health care for children, expanding social security and medicare, in-state tuition rates for illegal immigrants. similarly obamacare subsidies for illegal immigrants. how -- the argument that you're going to give people something for free might be appealing to a lot of people. how do you make the argument that bankrupting the country is not a good idea to get there? >> well, i think you have to -- we have the benefit now of all this philosophy of offering free
things to people not working. people -- the wrong track numbers in the country are historically high and they stay high because people see declining incomes. they've lost control. they don't think the system works for them. i think the better message is let's disrupt washington, let's create a little bit of a recession in washington, d.c., so that we can have economic prosperity outside of washington. i know how to do that because i was governor of a state that i got to do that as governor and the state led the nation in job growth seven out of eight years. that kind of attitude of cutting taxes, cutting government spending, reforming the things that are broken is what we need. in this environment of deep pessimism, that message will work in a general election. >> governor, if i recall the numbers correctly, you created nearly 2 million jobs as governor. you led the nation. you had how many tax cuts as the governor of the state of florida. you went to a aaa bond rating. you see america now in terms of the economy, we're in decline. fewer people now working than
ever before. 50 million americans in poverty, 46 million americans on food stamps. a doubling of the debt. median income down. health care costs going up 40% this year. can you apply the principles you used as governor effectively on a national level? >> this reminds me so much -- slightly different circumstances because the world's changed -- to 1979 when there was a deep pessimism in this country. and there came a president that offered hope and concrete plans to shift power away from washington, to flatten the tax, to create a regulatory environment that worked, that gave people confidence that if they invested in their own dreams, those dreams could come true more often than not. that's what we need again. we need a hopeful optimistic message grounded in practical principles, conservative principles. i know we can do this. this is not the worst time in american history. we're acting like it because people have lost hope. i think we need to restore hope by shifting power away from
washington and disrupting the order there. if we do that we'd grow at a far faster rate, we'd see people getting the kind of pay raises that they haven't gotten in a long while. >> bernie sanders seemed to have the line of the night when he said the american people are sick and tired of your damn e-mails. but there were people in the obama administration that have been prosecuted for mishandling classified information. do you thing the american people are sick and tired of it? and what are your thoughts on the e-mail scandal in general? >> the partisans in the vegas crowd were all cheering but that's a small tiny fraction of the american people. if you look at any of the numbers, hillary clinton's problem is no one trusts her because she's not been forthcoming, she's not telling the truth. the e-mail issue is an issue of national security. she put her political ambitions ahead of this security interests of this country. hackers can get into any place, even into our own secure servers in the federal government, but to be able to have a private server and not expect people with classified information
going over those servers, i mean, this is something that she has to come clean on, and she's not done it. there's an fbi investigation. i mean, this is not finished just because bernie sanders says that it has. or, as we go over your track record, when i first interviewed in this election cycle at c-pac, the jobs you created, the tax cuts for the people of florida, the aaa rating. we spent time there talking about immigration. as i listened to conservatives about this race, that's the one issue that keeps coming up where they see where your position alienates the conservative base. do you think maybe you should listen somewhat to what they're saying considering it's such a big issue that americans feel very strongly about the rule of law, the people that didn't respect our sovereignty, any chance that those words that you
hear so often are resonating with you in any way? >> listen, i do listen to people for sure. i've written a book about this, and border security and enforcing the rule of law has always been what i believe. and i believe it in a way that a practical way to make it happen. we talk about a lot of things these days. this president hasn't enforced the law. there's a way to secure our border for sure and to deal with the 40% of illegal immigrants that come with a legal visa and just stay. but i don't think it's practical to stay to the 11 or 12 million people here illegally say round them up and send them out. that would cost hundreds of billion of dollars. what i have proposed is a path to legal status for those that don't commit crimes, that work, that pay taxes, that learn english, that don't receive federal government assistance and over an extended period of time they earn legal status. they don't earn a path to citizenship. that approach is a practical conservative approach and it resonates with people. i totally get it.
people are angry that we can't control the border. i'm here in new hampshire where there's an epidemic of overdoses of heroin. serious problem. cheap heroin is crossing our border right now. we have a duty to secure our border for national security purposes, for the flow of illegal drugs, for the rule of law, for good reasons, that should be the first priority. >> we always appreciate your time. thank you for being with us. we hope to see you soon. >> thanks, sean. coming up next here on "hannity" -- >> i think being the first woman president would be quite a change from the presidents we've had up until this point including president obama. >> is hillary trying to label herself as an outsider during last night's debate. did it work? and later tonight -- >> black lives matter or do all lives matter? let's put that question to senatorsanders. >> black lives matter. >> all lives don't matter? pretty unbelievable. liberals sticking with their talking points about the black lives matter movement.
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i can't think of anything more than an outsider than electing the first woman president. but i'm not just running because i would be the first woman president. and yes, finally, fathers will be able to say to their daughters, you too, can grow up to be president. >> wow. hillary constantly reminding us during last night's debate she's a woman. here with reaction, fox news contributor county pavlich, penny lee and fox news contributor jedediah bila. i wouldn't have known that. >> pant suits aside, this is shocking. i kept saying she wants to run this whole campaign based on the fact that she has a uterus. i have one, too. i'm a proud female, but that doesn't make you an outsider. your gender has nothing to do with it. an outsider means that you've
tackled business as usual. people believe they can send you to washington and they'll tackle all the establishment d.c. nonsense. what does your gender have to do with it? that's condescending to women. >> that's a great part. >> this is all about reproductive parts. you'll come out and vote for me because i'm female. no, you're not. you're nothing like me. >> if she's the woman candidate, maybe she should have thought twice about taking money from saudi arabia, all the united arab emratss, all the countries that treat women horribly. she took money and she never criticizes those country and their treatment of women. did they buy her silence. >> i think she does. >> no. >> over the many years. >> no, she doesn't. >> one of the seminal speeches, sean, did you even know one of the seminal speeches that she made was going right into the heart of china, into beijing and stating that women's rights are -- >> did i mention china? i said saudi arabia, i said these muslim countries. she took money from them.
she didn't take money from china that i know of for the clinton foundation. >> there is money from chinese individuals that -- >> so that proves my point. if you give money you get -- >> -- at the state department she had a department set up to deal with many of the women's issues. >> oh, my gosh. >> and that's working with women in afghanistan and working with those in iran and other places. it has been a lifelong pattern. >> a lifelong -- katie pavlich. >> hillary clinton needs to understand that being a woman is not an accomplishment and certainly being a woman is not some special qualification that automatically gets you presidency. hillary clinton squandered an opportunity last night to say this is why i should be president, this is why i'm a true outsider and this is why you should elect me based on the merits. but she was sexist in the sense that she said vote for me because i'm a woman. the feminists have to choose one or the other. they have to want to be judged on the merits, the character and what they've accomplished or judged on their gender. she right now isn't really willing to talk about her record.
she wants to talk about that she might be the first female president and that's what matters in terms of people voting for her. >> that's why she's losing women. if you look at the polling and the way women are reacting to her, they're not happy about this. talk to me about policy. i don't care whether you're a woman. i care whether you're the person that's a vehicle for me to get job, for me to have a better life for myself and my family. talk to me about those things. guess what, hillary, women also care about trust. when you poll women, they think she's dishonest. they question her integrity. she thinks people don't care about my e-mails, oh, they do, we do. >> you see the focus group, a woman just used words that nobody should ever use about a woman. it's universal. and women don't find her honest and trustworthy. they think she's a liar, penny. how do you overcome that? >> it was a two-hour debate and yes, she did bring up the fact that she was a woman, but if you listen to the full debate, you heard her talk about solutions for early childhood, for
solutions that -- >> all right, money, money, money. >> more spending. >> more spending, more stealing. oh, i'm sorry, taxing. >> but there was a lot more to what she said. >> last word, katie. >> let's keep this in context, a full two-hour debate. >> hillary clinton's record is not exactly prowoman when it comes to the people she's associated with and i think we should judge hillary clinton on her record and not on the fact that she's a woman. there's a woman running for president on the republican side well. >> that's a good point. >> thank you all for being with us. up next on "hannity" -- >> do black lives matter or do all lives matter? let's put that question to senator sanders. >> black lives matter. >> wow. all but one of the democrats on stage last night threw their support behind the idea that only black lives matter, not all lives. we'll check in with sheriff larry clark, larry elder, juan
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welcome back to "hannity." last night the democratic presidential candidates were asked do black lives matter or do all lives matter. take a look at their responses. >> do black lives matter or do all lives matter? let's put that question to senator sanders. >> black lives matter. and the reason, the reason those words matter is the african-american community knows that on any given day some innocent person like sandra bland can get into a car and then three days later she's going to end up dead in jail. >> the point that the black lives matter movement is making is a very, very legitimate and serious point, and that is that as a nation we have undervalued the lives of black lives, people of color.
>> we need a new new deal for communities of color. >> senator webb? >> you may remember that governor o'malley got booed when he actually said that all lives matter, then later he ended up apologizing. watch this. >> every life matters. and that is why this issue is so important. black lives matter, white lives matter, all lives matter. >> the candidates that answered that question only virginia senator jim webb said that all lives matter. joining us with reaction, sheriff david clarke, radio host larry elder and fox news political analyst juan williams. sheriff, i'm having a hard time with this. white lives matter, black lives matter, asian lives matter, hispanic lives matter, blue lives matter. what is so controversial about saying all lives matter? and what does it say when
somebody won't say that? >> sean, it was a pathetic display. it was plantation politics in its finest hour. the continued enslavement of black people emotionally by the democrat party with this destructive liberal ideology. and they know it. they're whoring for votes. they know that's what they're doing. the liberal ideology has been destructive for the black community for the last 50 or 60 years. poverty is now generational, it's a lifestyle. the unemployment is obscene. they have to send their kids to failing public schools, drug and alcohol addiction, neighborhoods who are crumbling all under democrat control. they need to get off their knees and stop this stuff and take a real message to the american people and especially the black community that what they have done they deserve an apology for from the democrat party. >> now, remember minneapolis, the black lives matter movement were chanting pigs in a blanket fry them like bacon.
remember this? >> pigs in a blanket. >> fry them like bacon. >> pigs in a blanket. >> fry them like bacon. >> democrats sucking up to this group. >> i don't think they're sucking up to them. but it's to me pandering when you can't say all lives matter. but the reason for it is truly political. there's an issue of excessive force in this country. >> no, thereisn't. >> sheriff clarke is talking to you. >> no, he says no, it isn't. there's no argument that clearly there is an issue that if you have michael brown, eric gardner. you guys have to become more politically sophisticated. >> whoa, whoa. >> you can answer that honestly. >> we're not politically sophisticated, larry elder. >> i don't know what's happened to you. juan you wrote a book self-years ago entitled "enough." it was a brilliant book talking
about these very same things. i don't know what happened to you since then. you've gone back over to the other side. >> trying to understand why politicians behave as i do. i agree they're pandering to that black vote. >> if juan is right and that's pandering, that's the worst sort because, if you don't have the courage to say every single solitary life matters, that make us a political coward. your reaction. >> i didn't think it was a trick question. it seemed to me pretty easy to answer. and what's going on, of course, is the usual democratic 101, bait and switch. they can't talk about the black economy. and you this president and the last 6 1/2 years the black net worth has declined 20%, the so-called wealth gap between blacks and whites has not been this wide in 20 years. the percentage of blacks looking for work hasn't been this low in 40 years. black home ownership down, black equity down. let's talk about black lives matter. let's talk about climate change. let's talk about any damn thing
except the assault on the black economy and the assault on the black family as a result of these welfare state policies. >> it all started under the democrats, is that right, larry? >> i'm talking about -- >> exactly, war on poverty. lyndon b. johnson. >> -- is down 20%. >> larry, i think the country went through a recession -- >> unemployment up. >> we're going to blame bush now. here we go. >> black poverty, black poverty is up under this president. black net worth is down under this president. the net worth of everybody else has pretty much flat lined. the economy has hemorrhaged under tax, spend, regulate, jacking up minimum wage, the things that damage urban economies. to say nothing about porous borders. we can go on and on about what's happened under this presidents that made this country hemorrhage. >> it's been an economic and social disaster under this liberal ideology for black people over the last 50 years and it started with the destruction of the family unit,
the most basic unit of society, tore the black family apart. it has been a nightmare. >> i couldn't agree more that we got the pay more attention. my feeling is black families matter. let's be very clear. but i just think that the two of you in focusing on all these other issues, this plays into -- >> all these other issues? >> -- any time you say all lives matter you're somehow cutting attention to the real issue of police violence in the black community. >> what if a group of people said, that white lives matter or all lives matter? wouldn't that be racist? >> no. >> no. >> all lives matter? >> no, if the question were white lives matter or do all lives matter and somebody says white, isn't that racist? >> no, you act as if there's no context here. there's a context that came out of police action in the whablac community. >> a better question to ask those candidates do babies lives in the womb matter.
>> that would have been a question. if that question was asked about any other race, would it be considered racism? >> of course it would. rahm emanuel, the mayor of chicago has just conceded that because of the so-called ferguson effect, the fact that officers are pulling back because they're afraid of being accused of police brutality and racial profiling, crime has gone up. and the victims are disproportionately black people. the same people that the black lives care movement claims they care about. >> that's why black lives matter actually hurts themselves by not agreeing with you and saying all lives matter and bring it together. >> that's a political candidate. >> then what are we arguing about, juan? >> the victimhood with a list of grievances that do not exist. >> thank you all for being with us. after last night's lackluster performance by the democrats, should crazy uncle joe be considering getting in the race?
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here's what he said earlier today. >> i was proud of them. i thought they all did well. and, you know, part of -- we have to actually make -- and i thought every one of those phobes last night -- i thought they all did well. thanks. >> earlier with reaction, fox news contributors doug schoen, kirsten powers. it comes down to a three-letter word j-o-b-s, that was his line. does he get in? >> after last night he's probably less likely to get in because contrary to your tricky sort of calling it a dismal debate, it actually wasn't a dismal debate. >> 9 million fewer viewers than the republican debate. >> i don't think the democratic race is as exciting, unfortunately. >> you say it's dull, boring,
monotonous. >> no, i think it is very good. the energy hasn't been on the democratic side because we don't have a crazy donald trump among our people. >> you could use one. insomnia last night. >> hillary clinton did an excellent job. she really established that she's a strong candidate and that biden's looking at i don't know if i need to get in this race. >> but let's be charitable. they were pathetically weak. how did these people ever get elected? it's shocking. >> what kirsten said is exactly light. >> a lib love fest. >> no, it's a democratic reality check. hillary won, biden's less likely to run. this is good for the democrats. good for our side, bad for your side. that's what politics is as you have shown for many years. >> she has a few problems, though. >> she does. >> one is an fbi investigation, two she lied, 63% of americans think she's a liar, dishonest,
untrustworthy, minor little problems in getting to a real debate. >> that's true, but she can get elected withstanding all of them. i don't think she'll get indicted. she'll be the democrat nominee. the electoral map favors her and the democrats. given that the republicans haven't taken your world view, don't have a pro-growth conservative agenda, it's all in our favor. >> they want to run into the home of every rich person in america with a gun, rob them, redistribute the wealth and build up government even bigger. >> hillary will move to the center. she will. >> i don't see a moderate in your party. not one. >> hillary will become one. >> she's transform herself? >> she's the only person that does that. you're suggesting that none of the republicans are playing to the -- >> i watched the debate last night. and she has a lot of questions that still need to be answered. like for example on women's issues and taking money from saudi arabia and kuwait and the uae, and they bought her
silence. i think that's a big issue for a woman that says she's the woman's candidate. >> we talked about this before. i find the behavior of those countries absolutely abhorrent in their treatment of women. >> would you take their money? >> i personally wouldn't. >> but hillary did. >> but the united states works with these countries. these are our partners. >> that had nothing to do with the united states. hillary clinton's foundation took the money and bought her silence. >> they're good enough to work with the united states, then i don't know why they're not good enough to be working on issues where people are in agreement on -- >> so we ignore the women can't drive. >> i think it isn't ignoring it. the idea that hillary clinton doesn't care about women in saudi arabia is a real stretch, sean. i think it's a real stretch. we're talking about a country, that our country considers a major ally. >> it is. we're doing business in the middle east and, sean, saudi arabia is a key ally fighting isis. >> you know what, though, if you're going to be the women's champion, you can't take money from a country that treats women like crap. >> you say that.
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