>> kasich. >> trump. >> trump. >> who's going to come in second? >> cruz. >> rubio. >> this was not helpful at all. but you were. thank you, all, so much. thank you for watching. this is "the kelly file." tonight -- >> donald trump is very rattled right now. >> the fierce feud between donald trump and ted cruz continues on the campaign trail. >> this guy, ted cruz, you talk about liars. >> laura ingraham and juan williams are here with reaction. then we've got new poll numbers out of new hampshire and nationally. so where do donald trump, ted cruz, and marco rubio stand now? we'll have the latest. at this point, it's probably not correct to say it's a conspiracy because it's out in the open. >> and hillary clinton does it again and blames the so-called vast right-wing conspiracy for all of her problems. >> there is no doubt about what they're doing and who the players are and what they're trying to achieve.
plus, dana loesch and eboni williams react to hillary's growing problem with women voters. "hannity" starts right here, right now. hello, welcome to "hannity." tonight the feud between donald trump and senator ted cruz continues. now over the past 24 hours, the competing gop rivals ramped up their rhetoric and traded shots what now appears to be an all-out war of words just days away from the new hampshire primary. take a look. >> this guy, ted cruz, ted cruz goes out, you talk about liars. >> donald trump is very rattled right now. >> here's the guy, gets up in iowa, and he said, donald trump wants obamacare. you know, it's a flat-out lie. >> he told the entire world he was going to win iowa. then he didn't win. and his reaction is he got very angry. >> he'll get up and he'll talk about his relationship with god, his relationship with the bible,
his relationship with all sorts of things, and then he'll say, donald trump loves obamacare. >> i don't think people are interested in temper tantrums. i don't think people are interested in insults and attacks. >> ted cruz gave us obamacare. believe me. >> all right. here with reaction, fox news contributor, editor in chief at lifestyle.com laura ingraham and co-host of "the 5" juan williams. i know this happens every cycle, people get upset every cycle, why does it have to become this? it's the nature of politics. it doesn't surprise me or bother me. are they benefiting from this, or marco rubio who's trying to stay out of it benefit? >> i wrote a piece, sean, asking, calling for a cease-fire, temporary cease-fire between trump and cruz because i believe both of them are are
more outsiders than not and the one guy who's more of an insider, more of a guy who's acceptable to the establishment, marco rubio and maybe bush and kasich still, they're on the other side and cruz and trump together have a really big chunk of the electorate. so for now, i think they should do more of focusing on what the establishment failures are and then move forward. there will be plenty of time for them to take on each other later on in the contest. but i think the only one who benefits from this right now is marco rubio. i think it's a big mistake for both of them to take up all this time going after each other. i think it begins to look like a sideshow. i think they should be talking about real problems, facing real amercking is to the establishment. >> you know, we're showing the highlights of the fighting, but they're getting into substance, too. it's not just the one issue, but it keeps coming up. it seems to be pretty personal now at this point. it's almost hard to ask juan because you can see it on his face, laura, that he loves every single second of this. >> no, i'm interested in laura's
position because i can't see these two singing kumbaya. who's going to be the president, who's going to be the vice president, i don't know. my feeling is, laura, it's not rubio that's the third person in this game. you know, you got to remember, ben carson literally had votes taken away, feels damaged, feels that his campaign was harmed and trump, i must say, he has something when he says cruz got some of carson's evangelical votes illegitimately. >> let's let our viers decide. this keeps coming up again and again. cnn is acting all defensive. they can't get away from their report, and it was also on their website, and this is what they said. >> a week from tomorrow, we're all going to be doing this again for the new hampshire primary, so almost every single candidate is going to be going directly from here to new hampshire. >> right. >> to campaign. except for the man in fourth place who a few months ago was in first place here, dr. ben carson. >> ben carson is going to go back to florida to his home, regardless of how he does
tonight here in iowa. he's going to go there for several days and then afterwards he's not going to go to south carolina, he's not going to go to new hampshire, he's going to come to washington, d.c. >> very unusual. >> very unusual. >> to be announcing that you're going home to rest for a few days, not going on to the next site. >> if you want to be president of the united states, you don't go home to florida. i mean, that's bottom line. that's the end of the story. >> now laura, it kind of turns out to be true because ben carson won't be in new hampshire until saturday. >> uh-huh. i mean, if he's not going to be there, he's not going to be there. again, that's going backward to iowa and i understand why carson would be not happy about what happened at the caucuses. i was at a couple of the caucuses. no one mentioned the ben carson thing where i was, but i don't blame him for being upset. but i think the future is what this is all about. and when you have marco rubio out there talking about the future, and i'm going to unite the party, it's going to be great, we're going to bring in new voters and then at least in the things that we're seeing, i agree with you, sean, they are
covering, trump today was pretty strong on the prescription drug costs in this country. he was hammering the trans-pacific partnership. that is substance. that is not the stuff making the news. >> yeah. >> so as long as they're going at each other, i think that's going to be the dynamic that people focus on who aren't as into the day-to-day minute-by-minute as we are. that's the problem. >> let me go to juan. you democrats have a number of problems as well. let's go back to monday night, i would characterize this as angry screaming of hillary and it transformed last night into the sweet grandmother hillary. obviously she got some advice that was too hot when she went howard dean on us. >> i know we can create more good-paying jobs and raise incomes for hardworking americans again. i know that we can finish the job of universal health care coverage for every man, woman, and child. i know we can combat climate change and be the clean energy superpower of the 21st century.
i know we can make college affordable and get student debt off the backs of young people. >> the only thing missing, juan, was the ahhh at the end. >> people want to see passion from hillary clinton. >> that's her problem. >> her anger has been people see bernie sanders as the one who's got the populist energy. here you see hillary come out and all of a sudden sean hannity says you look like a screaming meme, you're howard dean. >> two things i observed there, she was mad she didn't win outright, it was so close, two, she then makes a drastic shift to the left. she sounded more liberal than bernie. >> don't misrepresent to laura ingraham, hillary clinton won iowa. i know you don't like it. >> she won with six coin flips. take away the coin -- take away the coin flips, laura, and bernie wins. >> if i knocked you out, would i win? yes. >> you can't knock me out. nice try. laura, take away the six coin flips and bernie has more delegates. >> the emotion and the passion,
i know hillary's trying to conjure it up now but maybe she gets excited when she thinks about all the speeches she made for goldman sachs and a lot more money. but she's not -- i mean, it begins to sound a little caustic and seems a little phony to me. i don't know. i just think when she's out there saying, no, i'm more progressive than you are, and he's like, no, you're not, i think hillary clinton is basically acceptable to the wall street establishment. if it's a bush or a clinton, wall street's going to do fine. they always did under a bush or a clinton. so for them, hillary is late l different on these social issues obviously than the republicans but most of them only care about the money so i think hillary is having a hard time convincing people -- >> why are they having a hard time? why do i think you would love to run against bernie sanders? >> why did that come to my mind, laura? >> absolutely. >> so that's why you -- >> i'll take hillary, too. >> -- no, you won't because -- >> i know she'll lose. >> no, you have been beating
hillary down all this time. you never say a negative word about the -- >> hillary in an orange jumps t jumpsuit. that's what i see. >> pantsuit orange. >> your fantasies are -- >> the kids are in bed now. go ahead. laura? >> remember, sean, they had the color-coded alert system for the homeland security, it was orange, red, you know, blue? this is, like, full code pantsuit red right now. you know, possible indictment, classified e-mails. i mean, if i'm hillary, i'm not wearing either red or orange because it's just going to conjure up all sorts of ideas in the minds of the american voters. but, i mean, hillary clinton is not -- she's not a progressive. she's a -- she's a liberal democrat, but she's not of the level of bernie sanders. >> she's trying to sound like it because she's afraid of bernie. we have to go. >> no. let me just say -- >> of course. >> you fantasizing about grandmothers, what is this, what is wrong with you? >> i said in an orange suit. >> look -- >> i know you're liberal. >> i know what you're talking
about. let me just say, i think it's out of bounds to you to be exposing your inner desires -- >> to see hillary in an orange jumpsuit? >> get out of here. i'm calling your wife. >> with sneakers that don't have any shoe laces? >> now you're into a foot thing? >> you are weird. >> he's weird. >> you have one strange thought process. laura, did you get what i was saying? >> now you're looking for help. >> i think we have to explain things really slowly to juan. it's a prison reference. >> yeah. >> juan's projecting a bit too much. thank you, both. coming up, only five days until the new hampshire primaries. former speaker of the house newt gingrich, he's here with reaction to brand new poll numbers out of the granite state. then later tonight -- >> do you still believe there's a vast right-wing conspiracy? >> don't you? >> i'm asking you. >> yeah, it's gotten even better funded. you know, they brought in some new multibillionaires to pump the money in. >> artificially soft and so-called funny hillary tries to
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then you've got trump 38%, cruz 14%, rubio 12%. then you got trump 31%, you know, rubio 10%, kasich 12%. what does that mean to you? sounds like it's donald trump's state, no? >> well, i'm going to go out on a limb and say i think trump will probably win, but i have to tell you, i think this recent round by him doesn't help him. it shrinks him. all of this back and forth with ted cruz is, in my judgment as a political figure, stupid. people don't want to elect a president who engages in seventh grade, you know, recess name calling and that's what this is like. these guys are out there on the playground yelling at each other. doesn't help cruz, but it really doesn't help trump. trump's great strength is he is bigger than anybody else in the race. he's done bigger things. he's built bigger companies. he has bigger ideas. and now he's just kind of shrinking himself in a way that
i really am surprised by. i really think it is very much to his disadvantage. i think he's probably going to still win new hampshire. people up there like him. he's a natural fit for them. people forget that there are style differences in this country, and being a new yorker in new hampshire is a lot more, in some ways it's a lot easier than being a texan in new hampshire as both governors -- presidents bush found out. cruz probably has a tougher road to hoe. rubio started cleverly on caucus night even though jack welsh tweeted he came in third. looked like he was the winner coming out early, getting on the stage. endorsements in the u.s. senate coming his way. very sharp contrast with cruz. i think -- rubio's doing well. notice the numbers you've got. i mean, if kasich edges out rub
rubio, kasich's alive and rubio is still floundering. if we get trump, rubio, cruz, or trump, cruz, rubio, i think at that point it's a three-person race going into south carolina and the others are right on the edge of going home. i mean, it's very hard for me to see how you cannot come in competitively in new hampshire -- >> does the advice hold for cruz, too? in other words, you're saying it diminishes donald trump. i don't know if he's listening, but in fairness to them, we are take out the snippets of them fighting. >> of course you are. look, that's the business. it's the job of the candidate not to give you dumb stuff. >> all right. >> because every candidate should know by now -- >> why that smile you had on the other night, why am i getting that again, that means you're scolding me on the media. >> look, this is the business. you know every time you punch another republican, the news media will love it. they'll get excited. they will repeat it 400 times. and you know that every time you
have a serious policy speech, they'll do everything they can to avoid it. that's fine. that's the business. it's the job of the candidate between their advertising and their speeches and their interviews to force the media to cover what the candidate wants. >> yeah. >> so to say to me, to say to me, oh, the media is going to pick up on negative stuff is like telling me lions like to eat zebras. i mean, that's just life. >> that's life. it's also people are interested in it. but in fairness, when i interview all these candidates, all i ask them really about is mostly about the substance. where do they stand on foreign policy, how are they going to turn the economy around, how are they going to deal with debt, health care, immigration, borders, all the important issues? it seems that a ton of money, maybe marco's in the spot where the top don't want him to get to the top tier, and the bottom want to get his spot in third so he seems to be the recipient of maybe the most attacks. here's a small montage. >> marco rubio. very talented guy.
but has already demonstrated that he's willing to break his word to the voters and make deals with democrats to try to force through amnesty. >> marco rubio hasn't accomplished one thing his entire career, joe. i mean, the fact is this is a guy who's only done one thing in the united states senate, that was write an amnesty bill for illegal immigrants and run away from it when the heat got turned up. >> senator cruz and senator rubio who have nothing in their background that would suggest they can make a tough decision. they might be able to do it, but there's nothing in their past that would suggest they can lead. >> what does that tell you so much money's being spent against him? >> i tell you, first of all, this happened to cruz the last four or five days in iowa. i'm not so sure the voters a aren't kind of inoculated and go, oh yeah, that's just stuff. i don't know how effective it will be. clearly marco now faces the same challenge that cruz did. marco's had the best run of the last four or fooiive days so everybody has to get past him,
which means kasich, bush, christie, they've all got to shoot at him to try to get past him because if he comes in third, if he and cruz and trump are the top three, they will have crowded out everybody else as a practical matter. >> the next logical question is, can governor christie or governor kasich or former governor bush, can they get into that next level? george w. bush just cut an ad for
jeb bush, the first one he's cut. here's how that went down. >> the first job of the president is to protect america. our next president must be prepared to lead. i know jeb. i know his good heart and his strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken. experience and judgment count in the oval office. jeb bush is a leader who will keep our country safe. >> will that be effective? >> i think it will have some impact. it will particularly have impact in south carolina where
president bush is still enormously popular and the retired military and veterans populations really believe he stood up for america and the contrast between him and obama is particularly strong. it's going to have some impact, but it's also one level a stein of weakness. it's a sign that jeb bush doesn't have an ability on his own to put this together. so he's brought in his brother. you know, presently -- that's fine. i mean, he has the strength and the weakness of being part of the bush family. and he has to live with that. i don't think it will be decisive, but remember, these guys from your polling data, you got about three or four guys within very few percent of each other, so anything that moves the needle from a kasich, bush, christie standpoint is a big deal. and one of the polls you just cited, for example, it was kasich who was in third place, not rubio. so, you kno wae'll have to wait to see -- i think the debate, by the way, is going to matter a lot. >> i agree. >> and will be a big deal. >> although it's on a saturday
night, i don't know if that's a bad night to pick for a debate. just guessing. people might be out at dinner and have more important things to do. how, as you look at hillary, she gives this angry very loud -- >> if the democrats were doing it this weekend, they would have it opposite the super bowl to guarantee that no one would have seen it. >> they'll start it at 6:15, kickoff time, which is what they usually do. so how big are her troubles? she has a howard dean moment on monday. then she tries to be the loving soft-spoken grandmother on tuesday. god only knows what she'll be tonight. and then you've got, of course, the fbi investigation that seems real. 100 fbi agents assigned in this e-mail scandal and an fbi director that has shown a willingness to stand up to a president. seems troubling. >> well, look, i think the greatest challenge secretary clinton has is secretary clinton. her answer last night on why she
took 675,000 dollars from goldman sachs, if you're running against bernie sanders the last thing you want to be is the wall street candidate the wall street candidate who took personally 6 $675,000 and whose explanation is, you know, if i'd known i was going to run for president, maybe i wouldn't have taken it. talk about a lack of any ethical framework. so it would have been okay to take it if she wasn't running but it's not okay to take it now that she's running? i think it's that kind of stuff that just eats her up and makes it easier for sanders. and if you'll notice, by the way, i believe based on today's reports the youngest leader of the naacp in history is endorsing sanders. this is a big deal. day by day more and more younger african-americans are coming out for sanders and that puts into question all of the clinton reliance on the african-american community and if that continues to grow between now and south carolina, sanders may do surprisingly well.
>> he got 84% of the millennial vote in iowa. he's 74 years old. that is an amazing, astonishing number. >> candidly, it's also a little frightening to me as a conservative that 84% of the iowa democrats under 30 thought that an absolute open socialist was a path to the future. that's a sign of how bad our education system is that they don't realize historically how much socialism ruins economies, ruins countries, destroys goods and services. but it also tells you, once again, about hillary clinton. she ain't got no appeal. when you lose a group by 6-1 inside your own party, you have a real problem with what's going to happen to your candidacy. if i were a democrat, i'd be very worried about hillary being the nominee. >> all right, mr. speaker. thanks for being with us. up next tonight right here on "hannity" -- >> do you still believe there's a vast right-wing conspiracy? >> don't you? >> i'm asking you.
>> yeah. it's gotten even better funded. you know, they brought in some new multibillionaires to pump the money in. >> it's not the inspector general or the fbi, no, it's the vast right-wing conspiracy once again, that's the cause of her scandals and her many problems. david limbaugh and julie roginksy have reaction. later tonight -- >> this is what i want young people to know, i'm going to be for them. >> hillary can't figure out why young women and men for that matter won't vote for her. we'll ask dana loesch and eboni williams. they'll have reaction and more as "hannity" continues. ne, want to trade the all day relief of 2 aleve with 6 tylenol? give up my 2 aleve for 6 tylenol? no thanks. for me... it's aleve.
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a vast right-wing conspiracy? >> don't you? >> i'm asking you. >> yeah. it's gotten even better funded. you know, they brought in some new multibillionaires to pump the money in. they solve their consciences by giving big money to philanthropy, big pictures of them standing in front of whatever charity they donated to. they want to destroy our balance of power, go after our political system and fill it with people who will do their bidding. at this point it's probably not correct to say it's a conspiracy because it's out in the open. you know, there is no doubt about what they're doing, who the players are, what they're trying to achieve. >> and joining us with reaction author of the bestselling book david limbaugh and fox news contributor julie roginksy. this is amazing to me, james comey respected by both sides of the aisle. he has 14ur00 ajeps looking int
the e-mail scandal. appointed by president obama, confirmed by a democratic senate. then of course the benghazi lie and the sniper fire bosnia lie and the sir edmond hillary line. everything else is everybody else's fault. is she to blame for anything? >> she wasn't referring to the fbi or benghazi investigation. thanks to citizens united, 1998 when the vast right wing conspiracy was born, monica lewinsky, which was a stupid thing for her to say then. there's an entire industry on both sides thanks to superpacs -- >> an industry. >> certainly there's an industry on both sides that has completely come up -- >> you think -- >> let me tell you something. to eliminate whoever the democratic nominee is going to be, most likely her and on the democratic side whoever the republican -- >> do you think anybody i talk to that i get advice from about my feelings on issues, because there's not. i have my own perceptions, my
own thoughts. i actually, you know, believe she's bad for america. i think she's dishonest and i think that she broke the law. >> sean, there are vast numbers of people -- >> who? who are they? >> the koch brothers. >> the koch brothers. >> sheldon adelson. i can keep going. vast numbers of right-wing people who are committed to making sure she's not going to be president. she's not -- and on the left -- i'm agreeing with you, there is a vast number -- >> vast left-wing conspiracy? >> it's not a conspiracy. she didn't say it was a conspiracy. there's a vast number of left-wing people who are committed to making sure -- >> the question is do you believe there's -- david limbaugh, there's a vast right-wing conspiracy, don't you? >> that's not -- >> that's what she was referring to. that's the question she was answering. >> of course, of course there is. we're all conspireing to defeat socialism. she is trying to remake herself. she utterly can't remake herself. she's a terrible candidate. so she wans to change the subject. her problem is not the vast right-wing conspiracy.
she already knows we're out to defeat her. her problem is the vast left-wing, not the donors julie is talking about but the overt socialists behind bernie sanders and it's not just the millennials. it's almost that entire party is either for obama's agenda which is outright leftist socialist or worse, bernie's agenda. so hillary wants to remake herself, she wans to resurrect the bill clinton coalition which no longer exists. they're totally radical in that party. she's living in the past. she is really -- when you think about the fact that she is having trouble, she's in jeopardy over bernie sanders, it shows how terrible she is as a candidate and she probably -- i predicted from the very beginning that she wouldn't be the nominee. this was before the scandals got as bad as they have gotten. her problem is she can't even say crazy bernie sanders is crazy because the leftist base is crazy. it won't do any good to make that case. she's in serious trouble. >> so david just conceded, in fact, there is a vast right-wing
conspiracy. that's she's talking about. if he conceded it, i guess it exists. i guess, david, you're part of it as well, right? >> absolutely, let's not play games with semantics, julie. we're talking about the country being destroyed under a status agenda and we want to reverse it by electing somebody who's a constitutional conservative. hillary is a socialist. a self-absorbed, self-promoting person who will say anything to get elected. >> by the way, david, let me -- >> she'll implement obama's -- >> because -- david and i stand on conservative principles just as you stand on your left-wing principles. >> right. >> that would mean that you want to defeat any conservative. >> of course. >> so by definition, you're saying there's a left-wing conspiracy. >> what did i start the segment off by saying? >> what they're talking about is a little different here. here's my question for david. >> how is it different? >> from the legal standpoint, how much legal jeopardy is she in and what if james comey and the 100 fbi agents investigating this whole e-mail scandal and now that we know that we have
special access program classification, top-secret classification, every one of those instances is a violation of felony, a violation of law. don't you think she's got a bigger problem than politics and bernie? >> for the people that i tracked in this area, and i'm not an expert in this area, she definitely has criminal, serious criminal exposure and, but she's been protected so far because democrats protect themselves. this is the most -- has been the most corrupt culture, the attorney general through all these liberal administrations protects itself, protects fellow democrats. now as you say, comey is reputed to be very reputable, have great integrity and we hear these rumors that if she's not indicted, the fbi will protest. you know, i'd like to believe that but i thought that we were going to see some action in the '90s about all the clinton scandals and it never seems -- i'm rather relying on the democratic process to defeat
her. >> let me tell you this, you just said come where, is respected, you, sean, said comey is respected. if the fbi finds nothing improper took place you'll have to sit here and say, you know what, she's not guilty of these things she's being accused of. you're not going to do that. >> because here's the problem. i read the law. i've interviewed top attorneys. and the law is clear and to even have them on her server, to have a private server is in and of itself illegal. >> so comey is only reputable if he does what you want him to do, not if he doesn't do what you want him to do. >> we'll see. i don't know james comey but i am told, i am told that he's reputable. we'll see how he does. >> we'll see what happens. i want you to take it back if -- >> i think there will be a criminal referral. >> we'll see. >> i got to run, david. thank you, both. coming up next tonight on "hannity" -- >> i don't really know, anderson. i think -- here's what i want young people to know. they don't have to be for me. i'm going to be for them. >> hillary clinton cannot explain why young women won't
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i will be their president, i will do everything i can do give them the opportunities they deserve. >> all right. here with reaction, the host of "dana on the blaze" dana loesch and fox news contributor eboni williams. good to see you both. both friends of mine. eboni, all right, she's not a likable person. i think it's different than that. but is is it that young people, maybe because the obama economy is so bad, and they can't get jobs and are living in mommy and daddy's basement, maybe they have been indoctrinated into believing that they should get all free stuff and bernie's offering that, i'm almost giving hillary a defense here. >> i was going to say, i'm a little more cynical around that, sean. i think she doesn't represent newness. there's nothing fresh and new about her. she looks like a 1996 -- >> is there something new about bernie i'm missing? >> not the same old stale right-wing conspiracy narrative we're tired of. we want to get past that. hillary clinton is saying her greatest enemy in the world right now is the gop.
it just seems stale. >> is it, dana, that she's old or it's more appealing to young people the views of socialism? because that would scare me. >> i think it's kind of both. i grew up under the clinton administration, and i'm so tired as well of hearing the vast -- >> you're not that old, dana, come on, stop. >> i'm telling you, some of my girlfriends who are democrats even, they're like, we're done hearing about hillary clinton, we're done with her baggage, she's not appealing, she's not presenting anything new. and sean, bernie sanders is like santa claus. he's i'll give you free this, give you free that. it's hard -- >> everything's free. >> right. >> did you notice hillary in the speech in iowa, she sounded more open to giving free stuff than he did. >> she's trying to race him to that. >> it's a race to the left now, sean. also some of us, dana and i are similar age here, we do remember the clintons. that's not who they are. it's not believable when you're talking about you're this uber-progressive. >> does that hurt her in the general election? >> of course it does.
her statement in this intro, sean, they don't have to be there for me, i'll be there for them. that's different from what she said a week ago, if you're there for me, i'll be tre for you. again, secretary clinton, which one is it? >> that's a good point. do you remember, dana, that they came out we're going to see a kinder and gentler and a funnier and grandmother and they're always trying to redo the image of her, but then she stands up like she did in iowa and she is just angry and just railing away and screaming. >> i have never seen anybody, sean, that it is so hard to humanize them than hillary clinton. i mean, and you know, girls know when they look, when a female looks at another female, you know, is this a girl that i can tell my secrets to if we're getting a pedicure done, can we go out and have girl talk? you just don't trust hillary clinton. >> i'm having a hard time relating to this. >> sean doesn't want wine night with hillary clinton, dana. >> i don't get the mani-pedi thing. that takes way too long. there's no bonding with her? >> no.
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consequences of that fear can be worse than any outward threat. >> all right. that was the president preaching against fear earlier today at the national prayer breakfast. now his speech came just one day after he visited to came one day after visiting a controversial mosque in baltimore, with us, dr. robert jeffers and let's talk about the mosque he went to. you have discussed this. you say this has ties to radicalism. explain that mosque in baltimore. >> the mosque in ball baltimore a long relationship with a 100 year man for islam to dominate the west, and the part written about the destruction of the united states and sabotaging america from within.
it's now mentioned as the number one organization set up in the muslim brotherhood as the largest terrorism trend if the united states, our government handed down guilty verdictses raising money in america and sending it overseas to support terrorism. it's also knowned by the north american islamic trust. that imam that preached at that mosque not only has ties to radical islamic organizations overseas, but was also the top al qaeda operative and killed by our drone in 2011. >> does anyone in the white house vet these efforts?
i think then, the president, always goes out of his way, if you want to talk about the hate crime and the religion that is the victim of hate crimes in america by a very large margin, it's jewish americans. not muslim americans. the president always goes out of his way to praise islam, like this. >> the united states is not and will never be at war with islam. i'm proud to carry with me the goodwill of the american people. and a greeting of peace for muslim communities in my country. islam is not part of the problem in combatting this violent extremism. it's a important part of promoting peace. >> al qaeda's cause is not islam. >> the president doesn't mention radical islam or talk about muslim countries that oppress
minorities and women and people of other faiths and gays and lesbi lesbians, dr. jeffers. why? >> because he's in that role yesterday at the mosque and today at the prayer breakfast. that is defender in chief of islam. now, look, i appreciate many of the things the president said about faith but the application is feared is that if you're overly concerned about terrorism, or try to draw a link between islam or terrorism you're not a person of faith, you're a person of fear. there is a link between islam and terrorism. i would remind the president that there is a reason that islamic state is not called the episcopalian state. we recognize that while not all muslims are even most muslims are terrorists, we cannot deny the fact the single greatest threat is not islam phobic
christians, it's radical muslims. >> the impression of women in muslim countries is always ignored in the name of islam. why? >> the oppression of women, of children, the beating of children. look at what isis is doing in the islamic state to women and children because women, under islam are considered second class citizens. a woman's worth is half of that of a man. if a woman is rape she needs four witnesses in order to be basically killed for committing adultery and get out of dead. >> i have to run. we're coming up on the clock here, thank you for being with us, we appreciate it. and coming up, a very important question of the day is next. without raising blood pressure. so look for powerful cold medicine with a heart. coricidin® hbp.
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as always, thank you for being here, we'll see you tomorrow night. hard knocks in the granite state, hillary clinton and bernie sanders taking their best shots at the democratic debate in new hampshire. i'm shannon breem in washington, welcome to tonight's faceoff. tonight's debate was a closing act before new hampshire voters go the to polls. the candidates gave as good as they got. >> i'm not making promises that i cannot keep. >> i haven't quite run for president before. >> this is no disagreement on universal coverage for health care. the disagreement