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what do you think? do you think this benghazi is a partisan hit job on hillary? facebook.com/t"the kelly file." see you tomorrow night. welcome to "hannity." it was a showdown on capitol hill as hillary clinton testified before the benghazi select committee. in a moment we'll get reaction from senator marco rubio and rudy giuliani. first here's how it all went down earlier today. >> understanding what happened in benghazi goes to the heart of who we are as a country. >> you are experts knew the truth. your spokesperson knew the truth. greg hicks knew the truth. what troubles me more is i think you knew the truth. >> we did the best we could with
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the information that we had at the time. >> in this pile in 2011 i see daily updates. when i look at this pile in 2012, i only see a handful v e-mails to you and i can only conclude by your own records that there was a lack of interest in libya in 2012. >> no one ever came to me and said we should shut down our compound in benghazi. >> well, i'm not saying shut it down. i'm saying protect it. >> republicans are squandering millions of taxpayer dollars on this abusive effort to derail secretary clinton's presidential campaign. >> there's no evidence for a video inspired protest, then where did the false narrative start? started with you, madam secretary. >> how come not a single person lost a single paycheck connected to the fact that we had the first ambassador killed since 1979? how come no one has been held accountable to date? >> it's not a matter if you knew
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about them. it's a matter of what you did about them. and to us, the answer to that is nothing. >> i think the insinuations to a grave disservice to the hard work that people in the state department, the intelligence community, the defense department, the white house did. >> we're going to find the truth. because there is no statute of limitations on the truth. >> with reaction, 2016 republican presidential candidate, florida senator marco rubio. senator, welcome back to the program. >> thanks, sean. >> general impressions about today. >> goes back to what i've been saying from the beginning, benghazi was a very dangerous city. the red cross had already pulled out of benghazi at the time. brits had already pulled out of benghazi at the time. our own facility had been attacked with a firebomb previously. despite all of this the state department made a decision to
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leave that consulate in benghazi open. i would say that that right there is a red flag. we should have known that they shouldn't have been there. suppose they decide to stay there. then you have to ensure that you have sufficient security for that facility. again they failed to do that. the attackers breached it very quickly. happened to catch the ambassador there and killed him and of course three others lost their lives. they had insufficient security for the facility. they outsourced the security to libyan militias. on top there was no plan in place of extraction. they did not have military assets nearby to respond quickly and save lives. it was a massive incompetence at every level and the buck stops at the top. if hillary clinton's going to go around taking credit for her time as secretary of state, then she must take responsibilities for failures that happened at the state department under her watch and this was the costliest of all in terms of human lives, american lives. >> she's been doing an lot of bragging about her advice she
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gave on the issue of the bin laden raid. then she's equally accountable. the whole issue -- 600 individual separate requests for additional security as you pointed out. they had outsourced it to the libyan mall is a which i think is insane. we know the ambassador sent a cable saying that al qaeda training camps were right there in benghazi. the question is she got sid blumenthal's e-mails. she responded to them. how could she not get 600 separate requests for additional security because they're concerned about it there? >> that's exactly right. that's the incompetence level. they should have known benghazi was incredibly dangerous. that alone should have anchored a debate about whether or not we should retain a facility there. if they decide to keep a facility there, then you have to make sure that that facility is acceptably secured and that's not what happened here. as you saw how quickly it was
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breached. the perimeter security was outsourced to a libyan militia. then on top of that you have to have an extraction plan in place. the ability to bring military assets quickly to respond to any threat of military life. there was a massive systemic failure here. >> this is a before, during and after issue. before security was denied, 600 separate requests. during, i interviewed people that were at the annex. they told us there was a stand-down order given. ty woods defied that order to help save american lives. we still don't even have recognition that it was given. then we have two separate issues on the after part. that is clinton e-mailed her family and said this was an al qaeda like group that made the attack the night of the attack. the next day she told the egyptian prime minister "we know the attack in libya had flog to
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do with a film. it was a planned attack." so it seems before security denied, during assistance denied, after a lie and a coverup. and she knew the truth. what should be the consequences for an elaborate lie like that? >> it gives you great insight into the way they do things. that sunday they sent susan rice on talk shows to say that this was what it was. she was already expressing significant doubt about whether that was the case. goes back to the narrative at the time. they didn't want it to be there were radicals active in libya. they wanted the narrative to be that it the operation was successful and transitioning. they wanted it some spontaneous things caused by a video in the west. they knew it had nothing to do with it very early on. she sure did. she stood by and said or did nothing while different individuals in the
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administration were going out and telling people this was a spontaneous attack led by a handful of people not an organize terrorist plot to kill americans. >> we had the announcement yesterday by joe biden. you're no you in double digits in many polls. would you prefer to run against hillary? do you think a person that's viewed by 60% of america as dishonest could be elected president? >> i don't. she has always felt and the clintons have always felt that they operate above the law. i think credibility is the most important thing. one of the most important things the president needs. if we are the nominee we look forward to exploring that. i think the bigger problem is how far to the left she continues to move to keep up with bernie sanders. you're seeing a democratic party being taken over by a radical left wing element within that
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party. bernie sanders wants the u.s. to be like denmark and norway as far as the government's role. on issue after issue she is casing to cover her left flank. that's going to be a big problem, these extremist positions that they're adopting. we'll hear from a family member who lost a loved one during the benghazi terror attack and what's he think of hillary clinton's testimony. but first tonight -- >> you need to make sure the entire record is correct. >> that's exactly what i want to do! >> go ahead. >> i'm about to tell you. >> i move we put into the record the entire transcript of sidney blumenthal. >> that was just one of the many tense moments earlier today on capitol hill when we come back, former u.s. attorney and new york city mayor rudy giuliani is here with reaction. it's been a good week for donald trump in the polls. former speaker of the house newt gingrich will be here and paul
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now suing new jersey governor chris christie. the suits seeks at least $250,000 in damages and claims the decision was politically motivated and driven by fear. now back to "hannity." there was no balance. there was two pages out of 270 pages. you talked about a lot of things in there that didn't have anything to do with diplomatic security in any material way in that report. >> you need to make sure the entire record is correct. >> that's exactly what i want to do! >> then go ahead. >> i'm about to telling you. i move we put into the record the entire transcript of sidney blumenthal. we're going to tree lease the e maflemails. then the world can see. >> here with reaction, former prosecutor, former new york city
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mayor rudy giuliani. you have been at the forefront. people forget that this committee was the first to discover the e-mails. but before we go there, let's talk about 600 requests for security denied. let's talk about hillary saying this is a terrorist attack, not related to a video before she makes that narrative. >> i think you have to divide this in several parts. let's do first before the attack. either 1 of 2 explanations, either show is the most incompetent sect in tretary of in the history of the united states. 600 requests for security. she lets other people decide it. one of them was a bombing in which the hole was so big a tank could go through. it issen conceivable that the secretary of state -- >> the red cross pulled out, the british pulled out. we'd hr will a firebomb at the embassy. >> we either have to believe she's the most incompetent
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secretary of state in history. 600 requests, bombing of this facility and she does nothing about it and she leaves the decision to her subordinates which means she is a none exi existant secretary of state. or she's lying. here's the big political problem for hillary. hillary owns libya now. hillary exerted pressure on obama to take out gadhafi. gadhafi was a neutered despot. he had given up his weapons of mass destruction, he was a prophet for his own people. his own people are going through much worst problems now than they did under the gadhafi and she was the one who was the architect of that. they didn't send in extra security because to send in extra security would have been an admission that they had
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created chaos, they let hell break loose in libya, obama and hillary. with hillary's advice, i think that's why she did nothing about those 600 requests. >> she responded to sid blumenthal's e-mails. it raises the question 600? that's crazy. then you're right to break this down in components before you just dealt with it. during i interviewed people that were told to stand down. they told me they were at the annex but -- >> i was on sunday morning television with susan rice when she -- that sunday. i was sitting in the room getting ready to go heard her say this is because of the mohammed video. >> i said in a rather loud voice, bull -- >> you are known to be outspoken. >> i knew it wasn't a
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spontaneous attack. guys had submachine guns and large weapons. she knew it the moment it happened. susan rice works for hillary clinton. why didn't hillary clinton correct that? why didn't she correct that? >> they went weeks advancing this narrative. >> i have one of my assistant u.s. attorneys, they go into court, they say something false to the judge. i find out about it, i correct it. she didn't correct it. she let it stay out there for 14, 15 days. >> the evidence today, clinton e-mailed her family that night and said it was an al qaeda like group that did this. the next day she told the prime minister of egypt we know that the attack in libya had nothing to do with the film, it was a planned attack. >> how could she have her subordinate go on television. >> let me go to the montage to remind people. they knew that day and day after it was a terror attack but this is the lie they told you. >> we've seen rage and violence
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directed at american embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with. >> we have no information to suggest that it was a preplanned attack. the up rest we've seen around the region has been in reaction to a video that muslims -- many muslims find offensive. >> what sparked the recent violence was the airing on the internet of a very hateful, very offensive video that has offended many people around the world. >> as offensive as this video was, and obviously we denounced it and the united states government had nothing to do with it, that's never an excuse for violence. >> jim jordan confronted her over this today. an amazing rebuke of what they have been telling you, the american people. >> you're looking at an e-mail you sent to your family. at 11:00 that night you said
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approximately one hour after you told the american people it was a video, you said to your family two officers were killed in benghazi today by an al qaeda like groum. most significantly, the next day within 24 hours you had a conversation with the egyptian prime minister, you told him this. we know the attack in libya had nothing to do with the film. it was a planned attack, not a protest. >> wow. >> this actually then seals the case in the sense that before you don't know whether she's incompetent or she's lying. now we know they're lying. because they knew from the very, very beginning that this was a spontaneous attack one they hadn't prepared for, one they should have been prepared for. it happened on september 11, sean. my goodness. so the reality is this proves that what is going on here is there is an election, they don't want the narrative out that they
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failed in libya, now couple years later they failed even worse. hillary owns libya. in this presidential campaign if the republicans don't take libya and just put it right on hillary where this belongs then we haven't carried out a sxan. she's running on her record as secretary of state. her record as secretary of state is incompetent, and then lying for political purposes in order to cover up what actually happened. >> here's the amazing thing. nobody knew about the private e-mails or the private server because of the committee. i'm going to put up on the screen -- >> i found two bow nnus violati. >> now the president signals on "60 minutes" that he doesn't think she compromised national security which the fbi -- i know from my sources is furious
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about. >> they should be furious about it. president shouldn't be commenting on an ongoing investigation and telling them the result. imagine pressure that puts on the agents? but thank god fbi agents i worked with them all my life, u.s. attorneys, i was attorney general, thank god fbi agents are honest men and women. >> but if they find violations to what you have identified here as 15 to 16 separate violations, especially if they find the e-mails that she and her team hand-picked to erase and then wiped the server clean and she obstructed justice on top of violating the laws as it relates to how you secure e-mails, anybody else would go to jail. >> there is no question about it. first of all right on the face of all the facts, it is a crime to handle sensitive confidential and classified material in a grossly negligent manner. that wasn't a grossly negligent manner? it's almost the definition of grossly negligent to put it on a private server in a garage --
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>> no, no, be in a bathroom. i hate to correct the record. all right, mr. mayor. thank you. coming up, hillary clinton claims increasing security at the consulate in benghazi before the terror attack that killed four americans was not part of her job as secretary of state. we have reaction from a family member who actually lost a loved one there. then later tonight -- >> why lass no one been held accountable? how come not a single person lost a sing sl paycheck connected to the fact that we had had the first ambassador killed since 1979? >> so hillary says she's taken responsibility for what happened in benghazi but did she take extreme ownership like real leaders do? there is a big difference. two former navy s.e.a.l.s will explain. former speaker of the house newt gingrich will be here to weigh in on the potential of paul ryan becoming next speaker of the house. straight ahead.
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welcome back to "hannity." so the benghazi select committee has been denounced by democrats as many more than that political ploy to take down hillary clinton but it is so important to remember why this committee was formed. four great americans murdered on the night of september 11, 2012 and their families deserve answers. so do we as citizens. how do they feel about the hearings today and what did they get out of hillary clinton? joining us now, michael igmire, uncle of sean smith, 1 of the 4 killed in benghazi. michael, first our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. >> thank you so much. >> here's what we learned. 600 separate security requests. and hillary is saying the day of and the day after, it's not related to a youtube video, this was a terror attack. exact opposite of what was told you and the american people. your reaction. >> hillary clinton is a serial
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liar. hillary clinton really has a difficult time maintaining a consistent level of truth and that was proven today and it's been proven before. >> at this point in time after all that has gone on and the families now are left having lost loved ones and they're still maintaining this lie and they still deny the security and i talked to the people at the cia annex, they -- standdown order still exists, what do you have to say to her before she goes before this committee today and advances the same narrative? >> i think mrs. clinton really should consider resigning from ever running for any public office at this point. she's incompetent. if she's not duplicitous, she's definitely incompetent and neither personality trait belongs in the office of the
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president. >> hearing 600 -- >> no. >> hearing that 600 separate security requests were made and they were denied, do you blame them for what happened? >> absolutely. i blame them for instituting an illegal regime change, for running guns, for lying about it, for not protecting our people. that's the first rule of thumb for military protocol. you never leave anyone behind. and if you can't rescue them and keep them whole, you at least bring home the body. and it's just horrific that we have this woman and this current president running this fiasco. >> our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. following the terrorist attacks in benghazi, many americans demanded that someone, anyone in the clinton state department, be held accountable for ignoring requests for that security at the diplomatic
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compound. today one congressman pressed hillary clinton on that very subject. >> not a single person lost a single paycheck connected to the fact that we had the first ambassador killed since 1979. how come no one has been held accountable to date? >> well, congressman, the accountability review board pointed out several people working in the state department who they thought had not carried out their responsibilities adequately but they said that they could not find a breach of duty but there was a process that was immediately instituted and which led to decisions being made. >> yes, ma'am. decision was to put these back in full pay and keep them on as employe employees. that was the decision as a result of the process you put in place. >> author of an incredible new
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book, "extreme ownership." the book is amazing. i love anybody that can become a navy s.e.a.l. you watched these hearings today. you guys both served in ramadi. my question is do we fight to win wars anymore? i listened to this. when 600 requests for security come in and it is denied i'm thinking we're leaving them as sitting ducks. why do we do this? >> that's a great question. my only answer to that is just an absolute lack of leadership. certainly on extreme ownership which we found to be a foundational principle which is key to any team success. >> isn't that's what's expected of you? >> that means taking ownership of problems and mistakes. it is about having a brutally honest assessment of the facts. i think here there was a political agenda in place that trurmd the actual facts on the ground. >> when you think about this, you ever hear of a case -- i
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interviewed the guys at the cia annex, they're hearing, you can't go, they defy orders and go anyway, risking their entire career to save your fellow americans. >> i think there's instances that have taken place like that throughout history, americans that will disobey orders because their comrades or brothers in arms are at risk. >> you guys served and know men that died there and lost limbs there and bled there. then we pull out early. we did the same thing 58,000 lives in vietnam. 5,000 in the iraq war. some other injured. should america ever fight or commit to any war any longer if we're not in with a plan to win? i know that's a tough question but as somebody who fought, what do you think? >> the answer is absolutely not. we should have a plan to win.
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that's responsibility of leaders to articulate that plan. they have to believe in the plan themselves and if they -- they can believe it, then they can get others to believe in it so troops can execute and win. >> what do you think when your hear of ramadi now in the hands of isis? >> the black flag of isis flying over ramadi disgusts me. we lost friends there and there's nothing more horrible than knowing that's fallen into enemy hands. >> you guys wrote this book. to me it is like a must-read for anybody that wants to be successful in life. you talk about taking the discipline, military discipline that both of you learned as s.e.a.l.s and applying it to business and your personal life. explain that. >> it salutesly applies. if you have discipline equals freedom is a mantra he taught me and enables our entire task unit
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to succeed. that's something that applies directly to your personal life. you want more time in your schedule, you wake up early, you get your workout in -- zblr hang on. . >> i get up early and do my martial arts. i don't feel like doing it every day. i'm sure there were days at hell week you wish you could sleep in. did you get five hours sleep that week? >> something like that. >> well, i just think it is a great book. congratulations to both of you. thank you for serving your country. thanks for all you've done. coming up, it's been a huge week for donald trump. new poll reveals a large number of voters think he will win the gop nomination and he has the best chance to win the general election. another poll shows trump's trailing ben carson in iowa. former speaker of the house newt gingrich is here when we come
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he. live from america's news headquarters, i'm patricia stark. congressman paul ryan making it official that he's running for speaker of the house. the wisconsin republican declared his candidacy after getting unified support from all of the gop's major caucuses. house republicans will select their candidate for speaker next wednesday. the full house will vote thursday. a u.s. service member is dead following a raid to free hostages from an isis compound in northern iraq. it's the first american troop member to be killed in iraq since the u.s. began its campaign against isis in 2014. some 70 people were freed during the raid. the homeland security department sounding the alarm after two secret service agents were found sleeping on the job. the agency says travel fatigue, overtime shifts and long working
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hours were partly to blame. . agents have been referred for disciplinary action. welcome back to h"hannity." donald trump is having a huge week in the polls. in the latest abc news/washington post poll he has a whopping 42% of republican voters think he is win the gop nomination. in the state of massachusetts, of all places, donald trump is in the lead with a staggering -- get this -- 48% of the vote. the closest competitor, dr. ben carson has 14%. marco rubio is the only other contender hitting double digits in a brand new iowa poll released by quinnipiac university, ben carson is in the lead. here with reaction, author of
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"duplicity," newt gingrich. there were five to six polls this week that had trump in the lead. the only one that he might not be happy with is the iowa poll but every other one has him extending his lead. >> first of all i think there is a lot of momentum for trump right now. i think the more people watch him the more they begin to think he's real, that he's not just a flash in the pan or what are you have you. i also think that -- i don't know you're close to him and know him well, he is really going to have to confront the reality. this is rough and tumble stuff. this is like the super bowl. we're not playing chess or checkers here. for example, dr. carson has a tremendous following among evangelicals who are a very big part of the iowa base. so he's going to be in a real struggle with carson in iowa. i think presently my prediction
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is you're going for see a bunch of establishment super pacs all pile on trump and start running and attacking trump. trump right now is the worse wo nightmare you can imagine if you're a traditional establishment republican. he's uncontrollable. he's unpredictable. the party has been divided since reagan and kemp and i were involved in the '70s between a creative wing of the party and the control wing of the party. control wing doesn't like new ideas and likes everything to be so and small and handful of people run it. the creative wing accepts a pretty high level of chaos and confusion because it believes it is part of a mass movement of millions and millions of people. trump and carson and to some extent, frankly, cruz and fiorina all represent this creative wing that's in an insurgency against the control wing which has, frankly, failed
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to get the job done. >> that's 60% of republican primary voters. when you look at aggregate of the polls together, it also represents 60% that feel betrayed by the republican party. back to iowa, you are right, there is a pretty high evangelical turnout. mike huckabee, rick santorum were the two latest winners in that state. maybe not the best natural constituency for trump. >> maybe not but, look, this is like if you're going to be the front-runner you got to learn to be the front-runner. he can put a base together. he did put a base together in iowa that was very formidable. he has to go into iowa at a retail level, do a series of town hall meetings, answer questions. he draws huge crowds, as you know. but i think he and carson could crowd out virtually everybody else because the sheer amount of media coverage they gret between th them is so enormous. i have great friends running
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that are having trouble getting @r(t&háhp &% the establishment, byron york had an interesting piece out this week. they're already preparing to dump millions and millions of dollars -- apparently they now believe after months and months and months of trump leading in the polls they finally believe he can win. nice of them to finally wake up so they're planning on negative campaign ads in the early primary states, caucus states, iowa, new hampshire, south carolina. what should trump's response be, and do they risk a backfiring in this? >> i think they do risk backfiring. there's more than enough stuff in trump's career. he was a businessman in new york city. he didn't have policies. he had opinions. he shot his mouth off all the time. you can go back and mine donald trump's material over the past 30 years and you have a ton of
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stuff. all he has to do is say this is what ill a he do in the future, this is what i am now and all the other stuff is junk. he shouldn't get involved in fighting over that stuff. if they can suck him in to fighting over his past, he will -- if he can rise above it. here's what i want to do to make america great again. if he can say disciplined and focused, he'll survive it. >> historically negative campaigning works. as soon as that negative ad goes up, can he respond in kind? >> he can't respond in kind because it can't come from anybody. he did note a close friend of his who's quite successful did announce he's putting $150 million in to start a super pac in favor of trump. you could have a real running
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brawl by the spring. look, i'm different than almost every republican. republicans like the world to be tidy and neat and organized. i think it is terrific to have this fight inside the party before we get to the general election. i think the strongest candidate ought to get nominated. if that turns out to be trump, he is going to be able to take hillary on from a position of strength. anybody else who stumbles through this. but it is going to be an immense amount of money spent because this is real. trump and carson and cruz and fiorina are uncontrollable by the traditional establishment and that terrifies them. >> i agree with you. i actually think it is healthy in the end. all of what you die described. more with newt gingrich when we come back. we'll ask him if he thinks congressman paul ryan should be the next speaker of the house, and if so with being what would he outline as the first order of business? now the #1 selling brand for frequent heartburn. get complete protection with the new leader in frequent heartburn.
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as we continue on "hannity," the author of the brand-new book "duplicity" is around the country doing events, book signings, newt gingrich, fox news contributor. a lot of people are upset about the condition that in fact not any one congressman, part of jefferson's rules, would be able to call for removal of speaker. do you think he'll give in on
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that one issue? >> i think that's not going to happen. it would require a change in the house rules, not the republican conference rules. it's never been done before. but my sense was that he did it the the job. he said to the conference, i need to talk to you. he met with the freedom caucus at length. and that is the most he's going to get right now. there are very, very deep wounds that go back to what's happening in the country? the very things producing trump and carson and fiorina and cruz, those things are in the house. ryan is very smart. i think probably the smartest house republican. and certainly the most-prominent policy leader. he's going to have to slow down, listen to all 247 members of the conference. pool them together and recognize he's got a new job.
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he's a process want. that is vital. >> i'm listening to everything you said. i argue you have been the most conse conse conseek -- influential speaker. i remember the renewing american civilization tapes, when you have a frustrated base, what advice would you give him? my thoughts would be hit the reset button. and outline a positive agenda, moving the country forward, put it in writing like the contract with america call it, i don't know. promises to america and get the conference to sign on to this so that then, therefore, they have commitments they're making to people. because people don't trust them. is that a good idea?
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>> that is a good direction to go in. my advice would be going to january and february of 2017. figure out what you would like to do republican president and a bigger republican senate. come back, then, if you want to get there, we have to do month by month and recognize the uniquely situated. they have to learn the battle. you cannot allow the you become the first commander in chief in 50 years to veto a defense bill and not make noise bit, not communicate it. so i think there has got to be a very aggressive communications program. they have to have a ban all of the members broadly sign into. not necessarily every detail, but they've got to broadly sign into. this is the america we want to get to. this is how we're going to get there. these are the hearings we're
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going to have. these are the bills we're going to move. >> mrs., good advice for, i guess, looks like you're going to be the speaker of the house. thanks for joining us. >> glad to do it. >> coming up, a very important question about hillary in our question of the day, straight ahead. when i went on to ancestry, i just put in the name of my parents and my grandparents. and as soon as i did that, literally it was like you're getting 7, 9, 10, 15 leaves that are just popping up all over the place. yeah, it was amazing. just with a little bit of information, you can take leaps and bounds. it's an awesome experience.
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now for the question of the day. do you think hillary was honest tonight? i didn't think so. time for our ask sean segment. >> sean, i have a simple question for you. at the democratic debate, hillary was asked what enemy she
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was most proud of. she declared the republicans. >> you know, great question and that reveals a lot about hillary clinton's mind set. if you disagree with her, you must be her enemy. the answer i would argue is that she's not fit to lead. most americans can see see she's not honest, or trust worthy and 600 separate requests for security denied and she admits a terrorist attack to her family and a lie to we the people. that should disqualify her from any future office. great question. now, quick programming note. before we go, be sh you are to tune in tomorrow night at 10:00 p.m. for a fox news reporting special, 13 hours of benghazi, the inside story anchored by our friend bret
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baier. thanks for joining us. we hope you have a good night. >> the o'reilly factor is on, tonight. >> these issues would not ordinarily come before the secretary of state and they did not in this case. >> hillary clinton denying she had a responsibility to oversee security in libya. is that true? and did mrs. clinton mislead the nation about the benghazi assassinations? we will answer those questions tonight. >> do you know where benghazi is? >> afghanistan? pakistan? iraq? iran? >> many americans have no idea what the benghazi hearings or the controversy over mrs. clinton is all about. jesse watters will prove that this evening. >> they need to do something about it the people who are putting their lives

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