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superintendent on ted cruz and on chris christie. go to thanks for watching, everyone. i'm megyn kelly and this right here is "the kelly file." tonight, 2016 republican presidential candidate donald trump is here. he'll react to brand-new poll numb numbers. >> we're doing well. we're beating everybody by a lot. >> plus, he'll weigh in on his gop rivals. >>. then, president obama opens up about race relations in america. >> one of the things that i've consistently said in president is that i'm a president of all people. >> how many people have to die before we actually act? >> and hillary clinton makes a big push for gun control. the sheriff and geraldo rivera are here to debate.
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"hannity" starts right now. welcome to "hannity" tonight. we have brand-new gop presidential poll numbers. dr. carson pulled ahead of donald trump in a new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll. trump has a commanding lead in a reuters poll with 31% compared to carson's 18%. author of the brand-new book, "crippled america: how to make america great again," republican presidential candidate donald trump is here. >> hi, sean. >> i know we have a lot of polls out there. you're leading in 13 points in one and i notice you're up 20 in florida. you're beating hillary. you're up in new hampshire by a lot, south carolina by a lot. what do you make of all of this?
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>> well, i think overall we're doing well. the one poll was negative. the reuters poll i think was terrific and i know it's very professionally done. they do an amazing job. i think we're up in just about every poll nationally. abc/washington post was really strong. maybe most importantly we're up now in iowa. the last two polls that came out, we're up in iowa. we had a little negative last week and now we're up again in iowa. i'm very happy because i went there twice last week. in new hampshire, we're way up. in florida we're way up. south carolina we're way, way up. it's been great. in florida, if you look, i'm higher than bush and rubio put together. >> you're beating hillary there. you're winning in georgia.
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you're winning in south carolina. a big lead in new hampshire. let me ask you about iowa. the gop establishment has telegraphed what they are planning to do to you and that's spend a lot of money in negative ads. i understand the club for growth. it's up there with negative ads questioning your conservatism. do you think that played a part in the polls for iowa? >> club for growth came up to my office and asked me for $1 million. i said no thank you. i want to be an intelligent person. i said no thank you and then they started going negative. they came up, asked for a million dollars and then they go negative tich negative. i think people are wise to that. anyone who hits me, we're going to hit ten times harder. we're going to dollar for dollar go after them. we have more money than anybody else by a factor of a thousand. we'll go after them the same way. actually, we're going to start
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some ads over the next two days and certainly in iowa we're going to start ads and in new hampshire and i think in south carolina, too. we're going to start advertising. so far, i was going to spend 25 million by this time. i've spent nothing. i feel guilty that i've spent nothing because we haven't needed it. we're going to start spending a little bit of money over the next three or four weeks. >> is your strategy going to be, mr. trump, that you will respond with at least an equal amount of money if not more? >> yeah, we're going to respond. so far they have not hit me and i'd rather have that from the standpoint that i think it's better for them. i think it's better for me and for them and for everybody. if they hit me, i'll hit them just as hard or maybe double and triple. so far they haven't. i think what the republicans need to do is speak positively, not negatively. i think the negative ads are going to hurt the republicans much more so than it's going to
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hurt me. i think it's going to be bad for a lot of people. >> earlier today you called for jeb bush to get out of the race. you have been particularly hard on him. why do you think he should get out? >> well, i think i've been equally hard on rubio. rubio doesn't have it. if you look at his stance on immigration. remember, he's a member of the gang of eight, number one. and he wants essentially openrd. that's why i don't understand why he's doing as well as he's doing, which isn't that well, frankly. but he wants open borders, very weak on immigration. he's totally pro amnesty and i think rubio is an overrated guy. i think i've hit him just as hard as jeb. now, jeb has just not materialized. everyone thought oh, well, maybe one day he would lead but he's certainly not leading. he's dropping like a rock. he could have languished and got along for a long period of time
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and nothing would have happened. i don't think anything is going to happen positively for jeb and i think rubio is overrated. >> what about dr. carson? what do you make of him? he's become the person most competitive to you. what do you make of that? how do you interpret that? he's kind of soft spoken. if anything, he's the anti-trump. you're very outspoken. you're very passionate. you fight hard. he's kind of soft spoken and kind of the opposite of your personality. what do you make of his success up until this point? >> we need a very strong, high-energy person to make new trade deals, to change things around the way this country is going. we are languaishing. 19 trillion in debt. all of the problems that we have, we can't beat isis. we don't win anymore. you know, we're a country that can't win anymore.
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we don't win anything. we don't win trade deals, we don't win militarily. we don't win any way. when you look at the deal with iran, we give them $150 billion and we don't even get our prisoners back. now they want 19 to 1. they want 19 prisoners and maybe they'll give us some of them back and they also announced that we want other things besides that. i mean, we are so laughed at throughout the world and you can't have a low-energy person. now, dr. carson is lower energy than jeb bush and i like him a lot but he's not for dealing. he's not for making deals. the chinese, i deal with them all the time, they buy apartments, i deal with them all the time. i made a great deal with them in the bank of america building in san francisco. i deal with them all the time. they are ferocious people in terms of negotiating. they are ferocious, just like iran, the persians are great negotiators. we need the right people.
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i want to turn around the trade. i'm bringing in the best people, carl icahn and some of the greatest people in the world. you know, beck can't do that. it's not his thing. he has no chance and we have to do it. we have to make our country rich again before we can make it great again. >> mr. trump, i have been saying this. it is really a scary time when 95 million americans out of the labor force, millions more in poverty and on food stamps, 50 million in poverty. 46 million on food stamps, i was looking at your new book today and my first impression -- because you -- i've interviewed you enough. i've asked you specifics about isis and putin and foreign policy. i've asked you about heck. you told me health care savings account. i've asked you about the second amendment. all of these questions i asked
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you -- i got the impression and here's your new book, that you wrote this book to answer people who have criticized you saying you are not specific because you lay out a lot of the things that you've been telling me in the interviews we've had together where you get very specific. is this book in response to that criticism that you don't get specific and this is your plan for the country? >> i think it's really not, sean. i think this. our country maybe is too specific. we send 50 soldiers over to syria and we make an announcement, a presidential announcement that we are sending 50 soldiers. those soldiers are now being sought after by the enemy. they are being targeted by the enemy. they know they are coming. we shouldn't be announcing that we are doing this. we should be less predictable. we're so predictable. when president obama announced we're leaving iraq, we never should have been in iraq. i've said that for years. when he announced a date that we are leaving, the enemy just sat
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back and waited until we left and you've seen what happened since then. it's a disaster. iran is taking over iraq. for him to have said that was a disgrace, when he said it i couldn't believe it but how about these 50 soldiers, these great soldiers and the top of the line, they go over there and he announces to the world that we're sending 50 young people over there, i think it is absolutely disgraceful that he's doing that and he's putting them at such risk. so let me just -- i want to be much less -- this country has to be less predictable. we're totally predikctable. he announces when we're going to attack. the generals wouldn't be talking to you and to other people, they wouldn't be talking to the press. they shoot first and talk later. for us to be doing what we're doing as a country is absolutely
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insane. now, just to finish, i wrote a book in 2000, i said that osama bin laden will come back into the united states. when one of your competitors heard i said that in a book written a couple of years before the world trade center came down and that i had osama bin laden, that commentator, who is very respected, even by you, said, whoa, trump wrote that osama bin laden is coming back into the country. i can't believe he knew this. i know a lot. i think in a lot of the polls i have gotten the highest marks on military and protection and nuclear and, by the way, by far the highest on the economy. i'm up in the 70s on the economy. in fact, so high that you'd almost say, why do we even have to waste our time with doing what we're doing. so i wrote this book because i wanted to say, it's a tough title, "crippled america" and it's a tough picture. it's a mean picture. we need strength now.
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we don't need ben carson. he's a wonderful man. i like him a lot. we don't need somebody who doesn't make a deal. he's never employed anybody. maybe a nurse. i've employed tens of thousands of people and i've employed, by the way, many thousands right now of hispanics. they are incredible people. but i've employed tens and thousands of people. that's what we need right now in this country. we don't need low-knowledge, low-key people. >> we'll take a break. more with donald trump right after this break. the debate over debates in a preview on his appearance of snl also tonight. and then it turns out they can't handle a bunch of cnbc moderators. the most sensitive person of all-time actually attacking presidential candidates about the questions that were unfair at the cnbc debate? donald trump will respond. and the one and only mark
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stein. also, geraldo and sheriff david clark squares off about the president's remarks and gun control. that's as "hannity" continues. the cold truth is,
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i'm robert gray. voters around the nation making their voices heard today in kentucky. republican mat bevin elected governor, the second republican to win that office in four decades. in mississippi, republican governor phil bryant winning a second term. and pot is still illegal in ohio. voters there rejecting a
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proposal for marijuana for both medical and recreational use. a massive manhunt. law enforcement says jim lowry escaped during a jail transfer. he's charged in the june death of a montgomery county sheriff. the e. coli outbreak with chipotle is growing. 37 people have been sick and most ate at the chain restaurants in washington oregon or. now back to "hannity." welcome back to "hannity." the president is now viciously mocking the 2016 presidential candidates for complaining about the unfair moderators at the cnbc debate. here's what he said last night. >> have you noticed that every one of these candidates say, you know, obama's weak, putin is kicking sand in his face. when i talk to putin, he's going
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to straighten out. just looking at him, he's going to be -- and then it turns out they can't handle a bunch of cnbc moderators at the debate. >> all right. back with the reaction. "crippled america: how to make america again," 2016 republican presidential candidate, donald trump. i have never in my life witnessed a more whiney human being who whines about fox news. ilt i don't think that's funny, especially giving the iranians nuclear weapons. i want to get your take on it. to me it's not funny considering the bad state of affairs he's created. >> well, it's very simple. first of all, the republican candidates, we almost bonded that day more than any other day. it was sort of amazing.
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all of us came together because john harwood was a disaster. he was so terrible, he probably ruined his career. and i thought becky and carl were absolutely fine but i thought harwood was terrible. there was no anything there. we just bonded and i think, frankly, they looked bad, not the candidates. in fact, i got very high poll numbers from the debate. they were very complementary towards me and some other people in the debate. but our president, you know, is talking about this. he's been a terrible president. everything is does is wrong. the iran deal is wrong, obamacare is wrong, the military is wrong. we can't do anything right. we're like the gang that couldn't shoot straight. we can't do anything right. we bomb a hospital. nobody knows what happened. everything we do is wrong. it just doesn't work. the country isn't working. the country doesn't work anymore but he's sort of okay and i would say not great at delivering little quips like
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that. >> let me ask but that. >> it was a great divider, sean. i really thought the one thing he would be a cheerleader for the country. maybe if he didn't have the experience, who knows, but he's turned out to be an unbelievable divider and even comments like that are vi divisive comments. >> you have said you were not going to do the cnbc universal debate that they had planned, that will you negotiate with the tv networks on debates. where do you stand now as it relates to debates, moderators going forward? what is donald trump's plan? >> well, honestly, i don't even know why that was even said. i don't care. get me a podium. they've asked me very negative questions, including your megyn. they've asked me very disgraceful questions, frankly. and last time with harwood, the same thing happened. they were inappropriate questions and i take them and i do them and i do whatever i have
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to do and it comes out just fine. so i don't really care. i like the idea of debates. i've done well in the debates according to everybody and according to the polls i've led every date. number one in every debate. even cnbc said the last debate, it was their debate, they said i won the debate. i like the debates -- >> let me ask you a very important question. >> i like the debates. i don't really care that much, to be honest. this is more of an issue for other people. the networks are making a fortune with the debates. i think they should give money to the wounded warriors and to the veterans. they are making a fortune. they used to have 2 million people watching. now they are having 24, 25 million watching and even though it's because of trump and i won't say that, 24, 25 million people watching, they should give some of the money to the wounded warriors and to the veterans. >> let's say you become president. let's talk about the first 100 days. what would you do specifically on the economy?
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what would you do on health care, the borders, what would you do about putin and this horrible iranian deal? walk me through those 100 days how fast you think you could act and get on that path, as you say, to make america great? >> well, i'd do a lot of things very quickly. one good thing about executive orders is that the new president is go in and sign a new executive order and knock it out immediately. you don't have to go through congress. his horrible order that he signed on illegal immigration where people are just flowing into the country horribly without any checks or balances, we don't even know who is coming in, that would be ended immediately. i would work immediately on obamacare, repeal and replace. we would do something there. i would get the geniuses of negotiating and i want to bring our jobs back. i'll save social security. i'll save medicare. ben carson wants to get rid of
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medicare. medicare is a program that works. there's fraud, there's abuse, there's waste but you don't get rid of medicare. you can't do that. people love medicare. and it's unfair to them. i'm going to fix it and make it better but i'm not going to cut it. i will get rid of the fraud, the waste, the abuse, all of the problems but we will have medicare when carson wants to get rid of it, that's a disaster. you look at rubio at the border. if i'm not in -- you know, all of these people, including ben carson, are very, very weak on illegal immigration. i'm all for amnesty. >> we better secure our border. >> there's nobody that has my attitude on creating the border and i will build a wall and mexico will pay for the wall. sean, they are going to pay for it because they are making a fortune. we give them billions of dollars. people don't know this. and we have a trade imbalance with mexico, $45 billion a year. no politician is going to make them do that but i will.
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>> "saturday night live," you excited? give us a preview on "snl." have you looked at what is going to happen? >> well, right after i finish with you, i'm going over to see loren michaels and the people at "saturday night live." i did it 11 years ago. "the apprentice" was number one and they asked me to do it. here we are 11 years later for a different reason i guess i'm doing it this time but it will be a lot of fun. >> mr. trump, as always, thank you for your time. we appreciate it. >> thank you. thank you very much, sean. coming up, the one and only mark steyn is and then -- >> i am very proud that my presidency can help to galvanize and mobilize america on behalf of issues of racial disparity. so the president opens up about how he thinks he impacted race relations in america. has he made things better or worse? we'll check in with geraldo
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welcome back to "hannity." with the iowa caucus around the corner, the candidates are out in full force on the campaign trail. author of the book "a disgrace to the profession," mark steyn is joining me. at the end of the day, trump keeps shining. he's winning in georgia. he's winning by 20 points in florida. he's winning by double digits in new hampshire. what would you advise him to do to sustain it? >> well, he didn't need advice from me. he's sustained this for pretty much since he got in the race. everyone thought it was just going to be like herman cain, a flash in the pants. it's not like 2012 at all. this sustained lead by trump and
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by carson in second place, people now say all the races are shaping up because jeb has plummeted to 5%. if you look at iowa and most republican candidates are below the margin of error. this is shaking out in iowa and in new hampshire to trump and carson at the top consistently for months on end. >> now a new second tier has emerged and that's marco rubio and in two polls in iowa today it's ted cruz in third place. what do you make of their rise? i think it's directly related to this horrible cnbc debate but i think the candidates did great. i thought the moderators were
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atrocious. >> oh, yeah, ted cruz is being rewarded. contrary to what president obama said, it's not that they couldn't handle the moderators at all. it's the fact that ted cruz and chris christie handled them very well. they basically picked up their podiums and smashed them over the head. >> wasn't that great? did anyone enjoy that? i loved every minute of that. >> i loved every minute of it, too. people talk about the marco rubio thing with jeb bush. to my mind, jeb bush was more damaged by the fantasy football thing because he played along with those moderators. he played along and tried to be a regular guy giving a fantasy football answer and then chris christie barged in and said, to hell with this, this is how you answer some stupid question about fantasy football and i think that was pathetic for bush. basically, christie said, bush is a loser. this is how you answer a
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question like this and i think that damaged him as much as the marco rubio thing. >> four candidates. we've got to be honest here, ted cruz got his start -- that answer will be taught in journalism school for years as to what not to do unless you want to get your head handed to you. >> right. >> and then marco got on board and then you're right and then christie got on board. and the cnbc moderators lose, all of the republicans win and they were far more substantive than what the moderators wanted and so that's a win for them, right? >> yes. absolutely. that's why obama was wrong on this. the interesting thing is, it would have been interesting to see whether hillary clinton and lincoln chafee could have handled those kinds of questions. realistically, it was interesting what donald trump was saying to you just now, about how he was relaxed about the debates.
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if trump and carson were to announce that they were going to debate on, you know, wzz -- >> and given a chance to answer. >> yeah. >> they are bigger than most of the people they are giving -- trump is not wrong when he says he brings 20 million people to the table. now, you don't bring 20 million people to the table and then listen to john harwood. i've never seen any of these people before. i wouldn't know john harwood if he dropped on my head out of the sky. they say, you're just a comic book villain. >> he may have ruined his career. >> this has been the year of the insurgent and outsider. >> right. >> we are now, what, 90 days out of iowa. here's the important question. do people at the end of the day
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stay the course being the insurgent outsider year or do they get cold feet a little bit? i'm asking you to look in to your crystal ball. >> well, that's the classic example of it, is 2004 with the democrats when they were all hot for howard dean and thought john kerry was just the establishment ball and then on the eve of iowa, they did get cold feet and went with the establishment ball and howard dean did his famous "i have a screen" speech. but that's not what is happening this time. trump and carson have essentially taken over this thing and there's like a shadow contest underneath where the senators and governors are jostling. but i think it's very unlikely that there's going to be a howard dean moment on the night of the iowa caucus. these guys are going to be in there in the top three or four
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in both iowa and new hampshire and it's hard to see, even with the surging -- supposedly surging crews and supposedly surging rubio. >> they are surging. they've gone up a lot. they now have moved in -- there's a first tier and second tier. there's a solid second tier now and it's moving up. >> absolutely. we forget how many of those other people -- there are 12 other people or whatever it is. we talk about jeb bush as if he's an important figure but just on the numbers and he's important in all of the donors behind him and his brother and father were president but there's very few people willing to go to the polls in iowa or new hampshire who want to pull the lever for jeb bush and he's relaunched himself under this incredible -- what's this slogan? the joyful tortoise? the joyful tortoise? i think i went into a bar in iowa called the joyful tortoise.
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that was a long night. >> mark steyn, thank you. appreciate it. coming up next, tonight on "hannity," -- >> i am very proud that my presidency can help to galvanize and mobilize america on behalf of issues of racial disparity. >> so the president talks about race relations during his time in the oval office. has he made things better or worse? and then later tonight -- >> this epidemic of gun violence knows no boundaries. between 88 and 92 people a day are killed by guns. >> hillary pushing big time for gun control and yesterday she met with the mothers of michael brown and trayvon martin. we'll check in with geraldo rivera and sheriff david clark. they weigh in tonight on
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welcome back to "hannity." as the president nears the end of his presidency, the president said that he's very proud of the work that he's accomplished on issues related to race during his time in office. really? watch this. >> i am very proud that my presidency can help to galvanize and mobilize america on behalf of issues of racial disparity and racial injustice. but i do so hoping that my successor, who's not african-american, if he or she is not, they'll be just as concerned as i am. >> here with reaction, milwaukee county sheriff david clark and fox correspondent geraldo
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rivera. in the michael brown case or in the cambridge police case acted stupidly. wrong without having any facts, i would argue just the opposite of what he said is true. >> and i surprisingly may agree with you. i think the president has gotten involved in -- first, hello to you and the sheriff. has gotten involved in racial matters only when the african-american person is portrayed as the victim, whether it's trayvon martin or michael brown. he jumps in and the classic naacp, we are victims, takes care of the situation. the president has failed most profoundly in the area of race relations. why? yes, there is a terrible problem with police brutality but it pales in comparison to the ghetto civil war that's going
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on. this black on black violence is not to be ignored. it's not to be minimized and i have never seen the president get engaged when it was an african-american killing another african-american or two gangs killing and an 8-year-old is killed. >> why years ago, sheriff clark, didn't he get on a plane, air force one, go to chicago, visit a city in town and say something. you gave out statistics the last time you were on the program about police and shootings in the black community versus black-on-black crime. do you remember those numbers? >> not off the top of my head. but i want to correct geraldo on something. as it is being defined, it's not a pervasive problem. but as for president obama, hallucinating if he thinks he's improved race relations in america. the polling shows otherwise. look, race relations have always
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been tenuous in america. slavery and discrimination have left an ugly scar on the soul of america but that scar has been healing over the years. president obama came along with sand paper, rubbed it raw and then poured salt in it to i am fl flame it for political gain. he doesn't believe that and neither does anybody else. >> i think that's way too harsh, sheriff. i don't take a back seat to anybody when it comes to the thin blue line. i was at the funeral of randolph holmes. i just went to show my support for those cops that i believe in with all my heart and soul. but you cannot deny that there are black moms out there who hear their child running into cops more than they fear their child running into crooks. rightly or wrongly, there is enough evidence to suggest -- >> that is emotion, geraldo. it's anecdotal. show me who they are. show me what they are engaged
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in. let's have a reasonable conversation, minus the emotion and anecdotal claims that i'm always hearing about. >> well, when you talk about anecdote, i'm have avenue c. i was a lawyer on the lower east side in the bronx. when i give you anecdote, it's from personal eyewitness experience. i think that these problems are manageable. i think the president should do his best in the last year in office to be the bridge between the black and blue community. that's what we need. >> but he hasn't been. >> he hasn't been. >> sheriff? >> fine. let's see the documented claims that we can look inside, drill down inside, peel the layers off. all i'm hearing are claims based on emotion. the stuff that mike brown was a victim of police brutality, trying to disarm a law enforcement officer. >> i think when the president
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rushes to judgment, like he did in these high-profile cases, he has created a narrative that hurts the community. but i've got to take a break. stay right there. more with geraldo and sheriff clark right after the break. but coming up next -- >> this epidemic of gun violence knows no boundaries. between 88 and 92 people a day are killed by guns. >> hillary clinton touting her support for gun control. just yesterday, she met with the mothers of trayvon martin and michael brown. we'll explain next.
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ok, veronica. amphibian excellent! internet essentials from comcast. helping to bridge the digital divide. welcome back to "hannity." so hillary touted her gun control policies yesterday during a fundraising trip to chicago. she met with the families of victims of gun violence and according to reports, the democratic front-runner also met the mothers of michael brown and trayvon martin. the clinton campaign released a new ad focusing on gun control. take a look. >> this epidemic of gun violence knows no boundaries. between 88 and 92 people a day are killed by guns. we're better than this. we need to close the loopholes and support universal background checks. how many people have to die
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before we actually act, before we come together as a nation? >> as we continue, with milwaukee county sheriff deputy david clark and . >> they saw trayvon grounding and pounding his head into cement, which led up to the shooting. in the case of michael brown, he robbed a store and charged a police officer. why is hillary meeting with those families? >> she's just pandering. does she meet with the families of the four marines that were killed in chattanooga, tennessee, state side? did she meet with the surviving members of the people from fort hood, who if they were able to be armed on a military base would have been able to shoot
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and kill in aedal hassan? she meets with families of families of people whose behavior led to their demise. take ownership of it. don't back off of the issue of gun control. gun control has it's roots in racism, going back to the 1700s when it was unlawful for a black person to possess a firearm to guard against mob lynchings and kidnappings. >> deaths are skyrocketing in new york city and they stopped, stop and frisk. >> what hillary is doing has a political component. i am for universal background
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checks. i don't want to argue my position on the issue. but talking politics remember what she has to do. she has to defeat bernie sanders. and he's to the left. she's pandering. >> she's politicking. >> so it makes sense to her there. and also in terms of sincerity, is it important for hillary clinton to motivate and energize the black electorate so she shows she's in their corner. it makes sense, pandering. politics. >> right. politicking. >> in terms of the tradition of honor, the fact is that slavery plus firearms meant freedom for black americans but we've been separated by that. look. i understand the politics for mr. bill clinton as well. she will turn around after winning the nomination and look into the camera and says she's
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look at they, themselves are democratic socialists and believe the propaganda the republicans want dirty air and water and want to throw grandma over a cliff and want children to fend for themselves. they want redistribution of the wealth. they're advocating for their political position so they're not fair, balanced or objective and they don't even try to tell you the truth. that is my case. anyway if you have a question just go to twitter. #asksean and quick programming note, tune in tomorrow night at 10:00 p.m. eastern. 2016. republican presidential candidate senator ted cruz now surging in the polls and former governor jeb bush trying to hit the reset button they're both here tomorrow night for the best election coverage, 10:00 eastern. that is all the time we have left. we hope you'll set your dvr.
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