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hillary clinton as unfit to be president, as the democratic race turns nasty. plus hillary clinton tries to be one of the people. she rides the new york subway but she's never used a metro card before. slight problem. "hanni "hannity" starts right here right now. welcome to "hannity." tonight the new york primariess republican candidates are hitting the campaign trail hard in the battle for the state's 95 delegates. now donald trump, he had a huge rally on long island last night and took a major shot at senator ted cruz for his, quote, new york values comments. take a look. >> do you remember during the debate when he started lecturing me on new york values? like we're no good. i looked at him and started talking about our incredible police, our incredible firefighters. [ cheers and applause ] our incredible people. our unbelievable construction workers. who could have done that?
who could have rebuilt that hole? there was never anything like it in this country. the worst attack in the history of the united states. the bravery that was shown was incredible. we all lived through it. we all know people that died. and i've got this guy standing over there looking at me talking about new york values with scorn on his face, with hatred, with hatred of new york. >> now despite the criticism from trump, senator ted cruz, he's not shying away from attacking the gop front-runner. let's take a look. >> our friends in the media tell us that donald trump is unstoppable in new york state. [ audience booing ] oddly enough, our friends in the media are very comfortable with the new york liberal who has supported andrew cuomo and hillary clinton and chuck schumer for decades. and they really want to see a general election between two new
york liberals who agree on washington being the center of the universe. >> all right. here with reaction, the autotho of "the right problems" fox news contributor herman cain. also with us monica crowley and eboni williams. let's start with taking a look at the polls. home-court advantage. new york. latest poll we've got monmouth university, trump 52%, kasich 25%, cruz 17%. if you look at the quinnipiac poll in pennsylvania, it's trump 39%, cruz 30%, kasich 24%. and california is trump 39%, cruz 32%, kasich 18%. all right, eboni, does the new york values issue hurt cruz in new york? >> i think it does big-time, sean. look, i think that is a slam dunk for donald trump. he gets to tout the resilience of new york city. i'm a new new yorker. i happen to like these new york values. >> i don't like the new york taxes thing but that's a digit story. >> we're in different tax
brackets, sean. just kidding. here's the thing, i got that ted cruz was insinuating something more that, i think he was trying to delicately lump donald trump into being a social liberal if nothing else and equating him to chuck schumer and de blasio and cuomo. remember with the timing, he was talking in south carolina and i think he was certainly talking to that base saying this guy is an outsider, he's not one of us, he's not a conservative, he's a liberal. >> you know, monica, if you look at the argument that goes back and forth between cruz and trump, cruz points out trump's past political positions and trump is saying, well, no, i'm a conservative, these are my values, this is what i represent, i never ran for office before. he calls him lyin' ted because he feels his positions are misrepresented. is either one of those two actually winning that argument? >> that's an interesting question, sean. i think maybe both arguments are being neutralized at this point. maybe there was some traction on both sides early on. now it's almost a stale line of
rhetorical fire i think for both of them. look, of the remaining five candidates in this race on both sides, three of them have already won their home states. john kasich in ohio, ted cruz in texas, bernie sanders in vermont. that leaves the state of new york for both hillary clinton and donald trump. must-win state for the two of them in about a week and a half. donald trump is aiming for over 50% of the vote because if he does that, sean, then he walks away with all of the delegates. ted cruz knows he's likely not to win new york state, but what he'd like to do is score enough so that he can walk away from the state with at least some delegates and put a dent into sort of the invincibility argument at least in new york state of donald trump. >> then that also now raises the question, herman cain, why is john kasich in the race? because john kasich, you got to argue, if he polls, what is he running now in new york, 25%, he gets 25%, that probably hurts the odds of donald trump getting over that 50% threshold.
>> it's probably going to be an open or contested convention. kasich is staying in for leverage, and with respect to donald trump and the label that cruz is trying to put on him, the people that are supporting donald trump don't care about labels. what cruz is trying to do is say that donald trump is a liberal because of people he supported in the past. as monica said, that is neutralized. people don't care about that. they care about three things, sean. that i continue to see. >> 9, 9 and 9? >> no, not -- >> i'm sorry, i couldn't resist. >> hey, at least i got your name right tonight, sean, my friend. >> that's true. >> they care about -- >> that's true. go ahead. >> a winner and a leader. >> that's hilarious. >> but that's what people are looking at. they are not focusing on labels. >> yeah. >> and cruz tries to pin trump with a label and it simply is not going to work with the
people that are supporting him. >> all right. now, not only is trump -- we'll get to this in the next segment because we sent david webb to the long island rally of donald trump, but in the bronx, ted cruz did an event, wasn't really well attended. about 100 people. he had protesters there. this is what went down. >> we love you! god bless you. >> get out of the bronx. >> it's an immigrant community. we deal with climate change every single day. he wants to say it doesn't exist. we're living in the poorest kochi congressional district in the country. to receive this right-wing bigot is an increase to the -- >> it's an immigrant community. it's an immigrant community. you're not welcome here. we are the forefront of climate change, ted cruz, we're at the forefront of climate change here. people are dying. people are dying, ted cruz. >> people are dying from climate change? well, welcome to new york.
i guess that's your -- if you haven't been here in a while. >> well, look, sean, i don't really actually know why senator ted cruz went to the bronx, certainly probably not going to be a very super conservative opportunity for him, but there are some redder districts, and as you pointed out in the intro, because new york allocates these delegates according to congressional districts, ted cruz does have an opportunity. he's not going to win new york. he's running in third place. he can chip away, to monica's point earlier, if he can deny some delegates to donald trump, that's a win for him. i think that's actually good for ted cruz that kasich is still in this thing. he's kind of upset about it. he seem eedseemeds annoyed by i. he shouldn't be. if kasich takes trump votes, he does, i say, that's good for an open contest ee eed opportunity >> i know in wisconsin, monica, the quote, establishment got behind ted cruz. nt isn't it out of convenience, not a love for ted cruz, in other words, the establishment's plan is to stop trump first but they want to stop cruz, too?
>> yeah. >> at the end of the day if it gets too close to the nomination, they'll be doing the same thing to him. >> yeah. it's kind of the question of feeding the alligator hoping the alligator eats you last kind of thing. look, the establishment does not like ted cruz. that's clear. they're doing this begrudgingly and very reluctantly in terms of supporting him. they don't like him but they fear donald trump and that's why you have the stop-trump movement at all costs going on because they cannot control him and knows if he gets in he'll smash the existing order and their gravy trains will be over. that episode in the brox with ted cruz, i thought oh, boy, sending him into the bronx was ill advised. i looked at the footage again and i think this is fantastic for senator cruz because it shows he's got the right enemies. remember in chicago when the black lives matter and occupy wall street crowd shut down the trump event in? that worked to donald trump's advantage. >> yeah. >> this is working for ted cruz
in the same kind of way. he went into the bronx to meet with evangelical pastors. these protesters showed up and actually this works for cruz because it shows that he is aggravating the exact right people. >> all right. herman cain, we're going to get into this whole rule 40 battle and debate which should be changed by the rules committee before the convention, but lot of people are nervous because prominent people -- we'll get into it, john boehner, for example, talked about scott walker -- i'm sorry, paul ryan and scott walker has talked about paul ryan. then you got john kasich's whole strategy and karl rove has weighed in. a lot of the quote, establishment people, are very clear that they don't want either one of these guys. trump or cruz. if they -- if the establishment tries behind the scenes to disenfranchise the voters who went to these contests and went to caucuses and pulled the lever for these candidates, what is the swrout cooutcome of that go? >> the end of the republican party.
period. that's what that would mean. and this is the message that i've been trying to get across to these so-called establishment people. monica has been so sweet and political correct, i'm going to boil it down to this. they hate donald trump. they just dislike ted cruz. that's what it boils down to. and their hate for donald trump is so strong they're willing to -- >> all right. >> -- destroy the republican party. >> if, if one of the two has a lead in delegates, states won, and votes, and they bypass that person but they didn't get to 1,237, how angry do you think the supporters of that candidate will be? >> extremely angry. if reince priebus and the rules committee stick with 40-b as you indicated, i think everything would be okay. but if the rules committee meets and decides to suspend 40-b, then it is the end of the
republican party because what it will be saying to the voters is that your vote does not count. >> they're saying drop dead. >> they do that on the democrat side. the democrats don't have an election going on. >> yeah. >> they have a selection going on because the fix is in -- >> well said. >> -- hillary and bernie is just a puppet challenger. period. >> all right. guys, good to see you all. and coming up, well, we'll talk about the idea of what a contested convention will look like. we'll talk about rule 40-b that herman cain was just talking about. will that determine the party's nominee? we'll explain that. and also coming up tonight -- >> how else would you have security without barriers like a wall? >> i think you have to develop much more positive relationships with people. >> david webb went out with the protesters outside of donald trump's rally in long island last night. what are they so upset about? we'll show you the video. pretty entertaining. plus -- >> i don't think you are qualified if you've supported
virtually every disastrous trade agreement which has cost of millions of decent paying jobs. >> bernie sanders saying hillary's not qualified. things are getting really ugly on the democratic site, de. so we'll get to that. as we continue on this busy news night tonight here on "hannity." and you don't know if you'll get an insurance check or a severance check. the liberty mutual mobile app makes filing and tracking claims fast and easy. liberty mutual insurance.
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live from america's news hq, i'm patricia stark. donald trump is leading in the delegate count, but a new "associated press" poll might be bad news for the gop front runner. it put his unfavorability rating at 69%. even among trump's most loyal bloc, whites without a college education, 55% have a negative opinion on him. disturbing news about isis grows in libya.
the top u.s. commander for africa says the group is now 6,000 men strong. nearly doubled last year's numbers. the latest numbers make it the largest isis group outside iraq and syria. and a man accused of torturing a woman to death but who was found too mentally ill to stand trial is on the run. 28-year-old anthony garver escaped last night there a washington state psychiatric hospital along with 58-year-old mark adams. adams has since been recaptured. i'm patricia stark and now back to "hannity." welcome back to "hannity." all right. the odds of a contested republican convention in july are now growing and according to a new report from the "washington post," donald trump is planning to hire, quote, seasoned operatives to help navigate a possible convention battle, but there's also been a lot of talk about what rules are going to be adopted in cleveland like, for example, rule 40-b which was temporarily put into place at the 2012 convention and
states in part, "each candidate for nomination for president of the united states and vice president of the united states shall demonstrate the support of a majority of the delegates from each of eight or more states, severally prior to the presentation of the name of that candidate for nomination." so what does that all mean? here with the reaction, chairman of the american conservative union, matt schlapp and seen correspondent at the "washington examiner," david. good to see you both. you were in a meeting apparently discussing how this is going to go down, a lot of speculation about what happened in that meeting. can you share with us what happened and what was said? >> yeah, of course. i mean, first of all, the rnc and chairman reince priebus are trying to be fair to everybody in this process and they're trying to answer as many questions as possible that people have because, sean, people have a lot of questions. they want to know if there's going to be something, you know, untoward that could happen that could deny the front-runner the nomination. i think what the rnc is trying to make clear to everybody is
the delegates at this convention in 2016 are being selected now. those are the delegates who going to determine the rules that take place at this convention. >> all right. but i guess the reason -- there's legitimate reason for concern. why john boehner says, oh, you can nominate anybody you want on the floor of the convention and he wants paul ryan. in a private meeting i'm told scott walker suggested the same thing. karl rove talked about somebody that hadn't run as a consensus candidate. there's been numerous articles written about paul ryan being that possible nominee. john kasich's entire strategy is based on contested convention and leapfrogging over people with millions of more votes, states won and hundreds of more delegates. so there's real reason for people to sense that there's something untoward about to happen. >> that's exactly right. look, i think the trump campaigns, the cruz campaign and all their supporters, they ought to watch this carefully. the rules that get set will help determine what happens, but it's also, it comes down to one very clear principle.
it's a -- it's 50% plus 1 of the delegates to this convention are going to pick this nominee so those campaigns have to run in essence two campaigns. they have to win as many states and as many delegates as they can in these states then they have to run a campaign with the delegates that are getting slated in all these states and that will be actually in cleveland and they got to make sure they hold on to their delegates and can get to this 50% plus 1 threshold. >> all right. david, let's go back to rule 40 for a second. >> all right. >> because i think the question comes up, do you need to be nom now eight-state majority? do you need that eight-state threshold to be considered to be a nominee? because if you do, there's only two people that qualify. and that would be donald trump and ted cruz. >> right. and so right now technically you do not because as of yet, the rules committee for the 2016 convention hasn't met. i think it's very likely you're
going to have trump loyalists and cruz loyalists as delegates on the rules committee and they're going to push for a reauthorization of rule 40-b. why? because it keeps kasich out and it means only one of them is going to be the nominee. and by the way, it also means that if you haven't run and you haven't won any delegates in the states, you're not eligible to be placed in nomination on the convention floor. that's what this rule is all about. but technically until the rules package is passed by the committee -- >> isn't it kind of dumb to set the rules for the convention after the voting has taken place? >> whether it is, sean, whether it is dumb or not, this is how it has happened every four years forever. it's just that for the last 40 years it hasn't mattered because only one candidate has been placed in nomination on the convention floor. rule 40-b only exists because four years ago, the pro-romney forces didn't want to be embarrassed and look like there was a -- when ron paul's name was placed in nomination even though he never would have won.
>> now, matt, george will had a good column out today where he points out that the person that's actually winning this ground game and fighting that delegate fight is ted cruz and he's going -- they're having conversations apparently with every delegate about second and third votes now and i don't know if donald trump and john kasich are, but according to will, they're not. not to the extent that cruz is. here's the question. let's say that candidate "a" rather than mentioning names has, let's say, 1,200 delegates going into the convention bound on the first vote. let's say candidate "b" has 800 or 850. let's say candidate "c" has 200. now if on the first ballot candidate "a" who has a significant lead but doesn't have 1,237 doesn't win and either "b" or "c" candidate end up getting the nomination, don't you think candidate "a" supporters are going to be pissed off and maybe not show up
in november? >> yeah, no, i think all of this is potentially a big problem, but sean, i think it's better if candidate "b," the candidate who's got the second most delegates actually gets the nomination than this absurd notion that we would have a cleveland. >> what if it's 300, 400 difference and still don't go with candidate "a"? >> it's a big problem, i agree with you. history has shown us reagan couldn't make up a 100-delegate -- trump has a pretty big lead here. if he had a 200, 300 delegate lead and didn't get the nomination, i think he's going to be upset and everyone else is. sean, here's the key, in 1976 ronald reagan lost on the first ballot, put his arm around gerald ford, endorsed gerald ford and helped bring everyone together. if we don't get that moment, we're in trouble. >> that means cruz supporters that hate the trump supporters and the trump supporters that hate the cruz supporters, you're saying if they don't come together -- >> that's right. >> -- it's going to be a
disaster. >> it's going to be a disaster. i think if they don't, if we don't, we're going to get the second reign of the clintons. >> i agree with you. thanks for being with us. i hope that clears it up for you. it's confusing. very confusing. coming up next on this busy news night tonight on "hannity." >> protesting donald trump? >> yes. >> what do you not like about him? >> i don't like the hate that's been distributed amongst his whole campaign. >> last night we sent david webb to speak to left-wing agitators protesting outside a trump rally in long island, new york. we'll play you that tape coming up. and later tonight -- >> i don't think you are qualified if you supported virtually every disastrous trade agreement which has cost us millions of decent paying jobs. >> bernie sanders saying again and again hillary clinton is not qualified to be the president of the united states. things are getting nasty in the democratic race. we'll check in with juan williams and doug schoen and much more later tonight on "hannity."
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welcome back to "hannity." last night donald trump had a huge rally in long island, new york, and naturally another horde of left-wing agitators showed up to protest the gop front-runner. we wanted to find out what they're so unhappy and angry about so we bravely sent david webb into the middle of the demonstrations to find out the answer. let's take a look. >> hey, hey, donald trump has got to go! >> honestly i don't want a racist in office. >> what has he done that makes him a racist? >> listen to how he talks. >> he wants to deport people who aren't like him. >> socialist like bernie sanders, he's not hillary clinton. >> usa! usa! >> why are you supporting donald trump? >> man, come on, he's the man. i mean, seriously. we're going to build a wall. we're going to stop immigration.
>> border security is racist according to you. >> it's not that border security is racist, sir, it's the whole, you know, he wants to make mexico pay for the wall. >> how else would you have security without barriers like a wall? >> i think you have to develop much more positive relationships with people. >> you're protesting dronald trump? >> yes. >> what don't you like about him? >> i don't like the hate that's been distributed amongst his whole campaign. >> he doesn't represent the america that i like. >> you are supporting a person who hates women, hates latinos, hates blacks and hates muslims, you're supporting a hater. >> there's a lot of talk about donald trump and people accuse him of having a problem with women. you're three women. what do you say to that? >> we love him. >> let's go, trump! >> he's for women. >> you're a woman for trump. >> you better believe it. >> he's just that kind of guy that america so deserves. >> bernie! bernie! bernie!
>> politics is not a job for rich jerks to play with nin our country. >> walking bad advertising slogan. >> bo deedel, and the man in the middle of it, we risk his life, sirius xm radio host, david webb. what is their main beef? >> they don't have a main beef. >> the lady, what if you don't build a wall? uhh -- >> they repeat the same thing. i went to wisconsin. they were basically clueless. here they were angry, clueless, and less well-dressed. that's the only way i can put. a bunch of people can't give me a policy, can't tell me what he said when he said it. one guy, an anarchist guy. i'll tell you something funny that played out, i wish we could have gotten it, but we were on the other side. they were yelling trump is a nazi and all this and a group of jews come walking by -- >> that support trump. >> that support trump. that was an awkward moment out
there. >> wow. >> essentially, sean, you have the new york progressives, had all the groups out there. when you ask them specifics, they can't answer you. >> mike, even though you claim you're a democrat, or a liberal -- >> i'm a registered democrat. i am a liberal. >> sorry to hear that. >> i know. >> does it not embarrass you as a liberal? >> as a liberal any time someone talks ad homonym attacks on individuals it embarrasses me. i can have all these organizations, they will not defend the people's rights to listen to donald trump, will not defend the people -- >> do you like trump? >> it's not a question of whether i like. i'm nonpartisan. my point is -- >> would you vote for trump? >> i will exercise my vote in my conscience, but i do not -- >> what about the conscience -- >> i do not vote the democratic party line and i do not vote anybody just because of political affiliation. let me say this. this is -- my reaction to this is so what, and secondly, so
it's more of the same. >> here's the thing. how many people went to the rally last night? how many thousands -- >> over 10,000 people. >> how many people were out? >> maybe at tops 200. >> i say so what. the point is they did the same thing for mitt romney, the anti-woman thing. the anti- -- >> let me get bo in. >> one point before you go to bo, look, these are people casting votes. if they don't know what they're even voting on, that's dumber and stupider -- >> that's more than half america. >> hold on. >> you know what's happening here, you know, a few things -- donald is a friend of mine, almost 40 years i know him. sometimes he does have no filter and says something but is that really his meaning behind it? if you know donald, he loves women. when you say that he hates women, i know donald, he loves the most beautiful woman. now you have these protests, hey, look, we have a great country here. you don't like donald trump, dough don't vote for him. you don't try to stuff someone
else from expressing their views. the people at his rallies -- >> they're incoherent. >> they don't know what they're fighting against. now you have this group -- >> they hate everything. >> let me play this. bill clinton contradicted hk hillary clinton on the idea things are great, he says everything is coming apart in the world and confronted by black lives matter in philly. watch these two together. >> right. >> keep in mind, unlike when i became president, a lot of things are coming apart around the world now. you got to worry about all these, the largest number of refugees since world war ii and all this stuff comes home. i like protesters, but the ones that won't let you answer are afraid of the truth.
that's simple. be afraid. be very, very afraid. i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent them out onto the street to murder other african-american children. maybe you thought they were good citizens. she didn't. she didn't. you are defending the people who killed the lives you say matter. tell the truth. >> yeah, what's interesting about this, it's almost another sister soldier moment. something -- remember, obama invited black lives matter into the white house. real quick, your reaction. >> real quick, look at chicago, they dropped their interdictions from 160,000 to 20,000, murder rates are up this year. it's incredible. bill clinton has that sister soldier moment -- >> what if donald trump said that? what if drup druonald trump sai mike myers? >> look, donald trump is saying enough. believe me. he's saying enough. the point is here that we've got
to stop this nonsense of if you don't agree with me, you're a racist, if you don't agree with me, you're anti-hispanic -- >> how come i can't get a chance to talk? >> because i'm -- >> we've been talking about -- we talked about on your show, i think it's up to 135 african-american kids are killed in chicago. black lives matter. well where in the hell are they over in chicago demonstrating on these poor kids -- >> because they don't care. they don't care about ferguson. >> they care about politics. >> ferguson voted tuesday night, real quick, they voted tuesday night. >> real quick? >> to raise taxes to pay for the million-dollar cost from the doj that they imposed. fay got a brand new police chief. i talked to mayor knowles. $2.9 million shortfall. where's al sharpton, black lives matter, where's obama, where's loretta young? >> got to break. >> i said it. coming up next tonight on "hannity" -- >> i don't think you are qualified if you've supported virtually every disastrous trade agreement which has cost us millions of decent paying jobs.
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welcome back to "hannity." the democratic race for the white house has gotten very nasty in recent days. yesterday in philadelphia, bernie sanders had this to say about this rival, hillary clinton. take a look. >> i don't think that you are qualified if you get $15 million from wall street through your superpac. i don't think you are qualified if you have voted for the disastrous war in iraq. i don't think you are qualified if you've supported virtually every disastrous trade agreement
which has cost us millions of decent paying jobs. >> by the way, hillary responded earlier today, and here's what she said. >> look, i didn't -- i don't know why he's saying that, but i will take bernie sanders over donald trump or ted cruz any time. so this -- let's keep our eye on what's really at stake in this election. >> all right. here with reaction, democratic strategist, fox news contributor doug schoen, author of "we the people: the modern day figures who have reshaped and affirmed the founding father's vision of america." co-host of "the 5" juan williams. hillary started it, i'm not sure he's a democrat. any time you see james carville, the ragin' cajun, the pit bull, said sanders failed the test, and sanders punched back. >> it was even worse than that because hillary said i'm not sure, given his background, you know, where has he been, where has he gone, what experiences
does he have that would lead you to think he's ready to be president? now, she says that doesn't mean that she said he wasn't qualified but bernie took it that way and he punched back. >> by the way, it's one thing to say that maybe you're better qualified. he's saying she's not qualified. >> right. >> sean, there's something missing here. let's be honest. let's be straight with the viewers. the major issue is trust and integrity and bernie has not mentioned e-mails. sean, if he's serious about winning, he will raise issues of trust and integrity and e-mails. he hasn't, and i can't understand why. >> let me give you a suggestion. he doesn't raise it because democrats don't want to hear it. it would not help him with democrats. it would help him maybe with independents. i could see that, doug. it certainly would help him in a general election with republicans. but he's running in the primaries to win the democratic nomination. >> wait a minute. the crowds were screaming when he said after each issue, she's not qualified, she's not qualified. now, what's interesting, out of
wisconsin, 25% of democrats there, bernie supporters won't support hillary. >> and the other thing is on trust and integrity, certainly you make a good point, juan, but on trust and integrity in washington, seems like 75%-25%, 80%-25% bernie sanders. the larger integrity issue is where he has to go. certainly his crowd is motivated. i think, sean, though, hillary is ahead in new york. i think she's going to win new york and ultimately get the nomination. >> she's fallen 40 points in new york. it's a race in new york. >> it is. >> he was born in brooklyn, new york. >> he's not saying that. >> yes, he is. he said, by way, he's the son of brooklyn. he had jeff weaver on tv over the weekend saying he's a son of new york, born in new york, he knows the rough and tumblie of new york. if that's the kind of campaign they want to run, he's fully prepared. >> dulg, you're talking to the audience, hillary clinton is not only going to win new york but the nomination.
this is why bernie sanders has to be careful. bernie sanders doing so well, exceeding all expectations. >> six of the last seven. >> he's raising more money than hillary clinton. >> 82%-18% in alaska. 70%-30% in washington. >> i'm telling you, i'm telling this audience to be straight with you, bernie can't afford to anger the democratic race. >> hang on. hillary said she'd prefer bernie -- >> she can't afford to anger his base. i'll tell you why. >> yes. >> because if you look at bernie sanders, you strip away that corrupt system that you guys have in the democratic party, and it's corrupt, the superdelegates -- >> sean -- >> okay. >> can i get a word in here? look. first of all, you're right. she can't afford to defend the left. >> correct. >> i will also say, juan, he's doing a little better than she ever expected. if, it's a big if, she loses new york, this will be a new race. it's a ten-point race now. enthusiasm was highest for bernie, and juan, 18,000 people
last friday in the south bronx, he's going to get 20,000 to 40,000 -- >> you can get that sensation, but there's no way -- >> it's not a sensation. it's the real world. >> even if, let's say, he wins new york, does he go on, does he win pennsylvania? >> yeah. >> does he go on and win california? >> the answer is yes. >> goes on and gets the superdelegates. >> yes. >> you know what this is, this is somebody -- somebody said this is not just running a -- >> can i -- >> if he wins new york. >> could i remind you, he's not running against some young new fresh face, dynamic, articulate, you know -- >> sean hannity, he's running against a socialist. >> he's running -- that's my point. she's running against an angry 74-year-old curmudgeon -- >> i worked for the clintons. >> sorry to hear about that. >> i'm proud of working for bill clinton. >> bill clinton. what about hillary? >> this is the real world. >> proud of working for hillary? >> certainly supporting her. >> are you proud that you work for her? >> i am happy to report to mike
bloomberg this cycle. let's leave it there. >> wow. >> this is a competitive election, sean, it's very close. testiness, we see, juan, that is hillary getting nervous. it's trademark clinton. >> got to go. good to see you both. >> i think that's media spin. >> he's a democrat. >> i know how she operates. >> how is that, doug? >> not kinder and gentler. coming up, hillary clinton tries to act like a new yorker. didn't work out so well. she tried to ride the subway. by the way, had some tough time swiping her little metro card there. is there really a better way to win the battle for the empire state? we react, next. no one burns on my watch! try alka-seltzer heartburn reliefchews. they work fast and don't taste chalky. mmm...amazing. i have heartburn. alka-seltzer heartburn reliefchews. enjoy the relief.
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. welcome back to "hannity". as you can see, hillary made it onto the subway, surrounded by secret service, reporters and fans. so is she trying to act like an average new yorker? this is a woman who hasn't driven a car in over 20 years. joining us now is jessica tarlove. look. she doesn't need a subway. >> bernie sanders thinks we
still use tokens. she's winning. >> let's be fair. >> she must think it's tokens, too. because she couldn't work it. >> or it could have been insufficient fare. sometimes, it's difficult. >> i never have a problem swiping my metro card. >> every time i swipe that happens to me. >> if she's to hop on the subway, do you know she'd be harassed? hillary, talk to me about my e-mail scandal and why are you so unlikable? >> secret service would take me out. you have a fun opportunity tomorrow, you're going to be guest hosting on "the view". >> bernie sanders. does he know you're going to be there? >> i tweeted it out. he knows i'm not feeling the bern.
>> i feel sorry for him because of the corrupt democratic primary system has given 460-some odd delegates. >> it's not the people choosing? >> no. people do not choose. they make the decisions. >> sounds right. strip it away. strip it away. >> she has 460 something, and he has 31. >> i mean 200 plus delegates, yes. >> she only has a 200 pledge delegate lead in the voting so people are out of sync with the super delegate, corrupt, infrastructure. >> that 200 plus delegates, 202 is actually 2.45 votes. >> with all respect, but she has almost all of the super delegates. >> maybe they'll switch. bernie saners comes into the convention with the front runner, maybe they will. i do not see that happen. >> what do you think? bernie is getting robbed?
>> if i were a big government girl, no question i would be voting for bernie sanders. >> you're going to tell certainy sean hannity thinks he's getting burned by the democratic party. >> are you feeling the bern? >> you're disenfranchising the people. >> this guy has been able to come in, out of nowhere. he's won a lot of recent states. she's worried about him, afraid to debate him. >> looking at numbers it's 250 she's at. >> yes. >> okay. >> so you never know. >> is tweeting in new york. >> do you think she's an honest person? >> yes. >> do i trust her with policies? yes. >> most americans think she's
dishonest and untrust worthy. >> she has 80% favor riblt. are they wrong? >> i don't know what to say. >>. >> i do. i do. >> that is not it. i understand why every person is entitled to their opinion of her. >> so that is not something i can tell you about. >> horrible question. >> no. you're like list your accomplishments. >> this is time up for the segment. >> okay. >> feel the bern. >> okay. >> jedadiah going to be defending bernie tomorrow. we need your help. our question of the day is next. hydrates, eases and softens to unblock naturally, so you have peace of mind from start to finish. love your laxative. miralax.
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