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insults people. we talk about that in the special among many other things. trump as you've never seen him tuesday on my fox broadcast special "megyn kelly presents" over on big fox, fox broadcasting, "american fox, "empire" fox. check your local listings. see you tomorrow. welcome to "hannity." tonight, 2016 presumptive gop nominee, donald trump is getting ready to meet behind closed doors with speaker of the house paul ryan tomorrow. here's what trump said earlier today about that meeting. >> i think i'm doing very fine with paul ryan. i have a lot of respect for paul ryan. we're going to have a meeting tomorrow. if we make a deal, that will be great. if we don't, i'll trudge forward like i've been doing and winning, you know, all the time. >> earlier today speaker ryan said this at a press conference an tomorrow's highly anticipated sit-down. >> i think these are conversations we're going to have. i don't really know him. i met him once in person in
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2012. we had a very good conversation in march on the phone. we just need to get to know each other and we as a leadership team are enjoying the fact we have a answchance to meet with . i'd rather have a conversation in person than through the media, no offense. this is a big ten party. there's plenty of room for digit policy disputes in this party. we come from different wings of the party. the goal here is to unify the various wings of the party around common principles so we can go toward and unify. >> can and will the republican party unify? joining us now, author of the bestselling book "duplicity" former speaker of the house, fox news contributor, newt gingrich. good to see you, sir. >> good to be with you. >> you were on this program last week and said it was a mistake paul ryan did. he said something there that caught my interest, he said we don't need to have this discussion in the media. now, he's a speaker that doesn't do a lot of interviews. he knew when he went on cnn last week he would be asked this question. he did it by design. it seems to be a power play from my perspective. so is this a game that he's
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playing? >> new yoo, i don't think it's game. look, i think probably paul discovered that that comment had a lot more resonance to it than he expected at the time. and i think he was trying to be very sincere as he was in the interview you just showed. i was talking to a reporter earlier today who wases commenting on here you have a new york billionaire real estate, you know, aparnumber on guy, a guy from wisconsin, a cheese head who likes to go fishing but really cares about policy. that's how big this party is. very diverse, tomorrow's meeting just in terms of where these two guys have come from in their lives will be very diverse and i think it's important that what ryan said today is real. they've got to get to know each other. they got to spend time talking to each other. i thcink he could have gotten t exactly the same place with a little less noise. the speaker of the house have
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enormous underlying power because he has the total power to schedule. so the president is going to ultimately have to deal with him under any circumstance and i think trump understands that and trump plans to deal with him. so it will be an interesting meeting tomorrow. >> you know, from the very beginning, you seem to be the one guy that had been in power that understood this phenomenon that was going on. it reminded me a little bit of what happened join came to power. republic cab cans for the first in 1994 reminded me a little bit of 2010. the reagan revolution maybe if you want to go back further. you were kind of a lone voice out there. explain what you think has happened here and how the establishment in d.c. is so out of touch where you got it and they never got it. >> well, let me start by saying that clearly to anybody who's watched, you know, i endorse donald trump. i'm going to work very hard for the crepublican nominee. i didn't get involved at that
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level prior. i have very good friends. john kasich is a great personal friend of mine. ted cruz ran a great campaign. i tried to be an objective observer. here's what i think makes the difference. my background as a historian teaches me to let the facts tell me what's going on. my first real break point, candidly, was the night he was on with megyn kelly, the first debate in august and everybody in the elite said he lost that debate, it was terrible. frank luntz did this focus group where everybody said he lost. then as i watched the numbers that night on facebook, on google, and on twitter, by 65% to 70%, people said trump won. and so i'm sitting there just as an observer saying, wait a second, something very profound is going on. if he is sending a elite gets, 2/3 of the republican voters get, and so from that point on, i began trying to understand
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what does he do, how does he do it? it's on a very simple principle. if i watch aaron rodgers as a quarterback, i figure it's my job to understand him. he doesn't need to ask me about being quarterback. if i watch tiger woods as a golfer, it's my job to watch him. it's not his job to ask me about golf. well here you've got a guy who, as he said with his usual immodest style, he will have -- he will have more votes than any republican in history in the primaries. now, at some level you got to stop and say, gosh, he's doing something right. >> but then why -- there's this mysterious -- you're right. i would think the republican party that has been wringing their hands for years saying they got to bring more people in, well, they're getting more working class voters, getting more people interested, enthusiasm through the roof. you think there'd be happiness and there is this lack of unity and anger out there.
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it's almost inexplicable. they got what they said they wanted then they don't want it. >> these are the wrong people. >> explain that. >> i mean, well, they're all strangers. i mean, somebody wasnonce said e many, many years ago, michigan education association in the mid 60s said to the teachers, go get involved. the teachers who went to the democratic party meetings were told, we're glad you're here, i hope you'll come back, we want you to work. the teachers who went to the republican meetings were told, why haven't you been here before? >> yeah. >> it's just a total different attitude. so the old republican party, the republican party that wants to -- i talked to somebody this morning who was told you better get on the bush train. this was back eight, nine, ten months ago. because when the train leaves the station, in achpt ant ain't to be jobs for people who aren't on the bush train. those are the people, whether they're at the "weekly
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standard," whether they're on talk radio, whether they run a blog, whether they're so-called experts. those are the people who are terrify bid donald trump because he represents a new world. it's as though you went to an old-fashioned local hamburger place and said have you ever heard about mcdonald's or went to an old-fashioned retail place and said have you ever heard about walmart? what you see coming down the road here is a much bigger party with many more people. >> right. >> that is going to be doing things, they're not all going to work, let me be clear here. trump's not always going to be successful, and the speed with which he can recognize failure and adjust will be a big determination of whether or not he has a successful presidency. >> i was accused during this process of being soft not only on trump but all the candidates but i actually had a strategy with all of them when i did the townry schi simple. let them talk. ask them about the economy. let them talk. ask about health care, ask about energy. i went over all of my interviews with mr. trump. he repeatedly said he would
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appoint justices like scalia and thomas. repeatedly. he's going to give out a list before the election of the types of justices, names of people he would appoint from. he's going to build the wall. that's conservative to me. he is very clear that if our national intelligence director and fbi director says that isis will infiltrate the refugee population, they're not coming in. he has talked often about balancing the budget. he's talked about repealing and replacing obamacare with health care savings accounts, to me many times. energy independence. education back to the states. he talked about doing the right thing for our veterans and building a military. you're right when you say he's a populous nationalist, but if he did those things, that would be profound in terms of changing america for the better. is that not a conservative agenda? >> well, i think it's a populist conservative jaeagenda. remember, the people who most object to trump are the
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establishtarians, the big rich who actually favor the old order. they're the people who ideologically believe in fair trade even if we take them to the cleaners. they're the folks who think the state department's okay even if it's a total disaster. they're the people who actually secretly want illegal immigration so they don't want to control the border. ronald reagan signed the mazzoli act in 1986 precisely to get control of the border. when someone says to me controlling the border is the not conservative, i ask them to read reagan i's diary where he writes about how important is it to control the border. that's a national security issue. you have to understand, a lot of conservatism in this city is a very big business, very big rich, very internationalist and very establishment viewpoint. so, for example, don't want to talk to me openly about how bad the federal reserve is, that wouldn't feel right. don't want to talk openly about
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how terrible the state department is. that wouldn't feel right. along comes trump and one of trump's great strengths is he's like the boy who says the empire has no clothing. when trump sees something stupid, he says it's stupid. that's an enormous shock to many friends who've been told you're supposed to say it's lacking in brilliance is the closest you can get to stupid. >> all right. we'll take a break. when we come back, you're likely to be annoyed with me, we'll continue with newt gingrich. i'll explain when we get back. also coming up, bernie sanders defeated hillary really badly in west virginia last night, a state she won by a huge margin in 2008. so how worried should the clinton camp be? newt will explain. laura ingraham, herman cain weigh in on the 2016 race. will the republican party unify? later tonight -- >> given the impression that islam and the west are incompatible, you're playing into the hands of the extremists. >> either placate or what? anyway, london's n
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only helps you get the right car live from america's news headquarters. i'm patricia stark. donald trump is feeling the heat from his own party. mitt romney slammed the presumptive gop nominee for refusing to release his tax returns. he suggested trump isn't making his taxes public because they contain a bombshell. hillary clinton attacking him on the issue at a rally in new jersey. trump said he isn't obligated to release them until an audit of his finances is complete. director comey says fewer americans are leaving the country to fight for isis the
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drop has dropped to one. the news comes as a series of car bombs went off on wednesday. isis claimed responsible for the blast. i'm patricia stark, now back to "hannity." we have now won primaries and caucuses in 19 states. and let me be as clear as i can be, we are in this campaign to win the democratic nomination. >> all right, that was bernie sanders speaking after he scored yet another primary win over hillary clinton and while sanders continues to perform well, well, clinton has turned her focus toward presumptive republican nominee, donald trump. but after getting trounced last night in west virginia, shouldn't hillary be a little bit worried first about securing the democratic nomination? today the "new york post" skewered hillary clinton with this cover. it reads "stop the coronation." even donald trump slammed clinton's inability to wrap up
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the democratic nomination tweeting, "i don't want to hit crazy bernie sanders too hard yet because i love watching what he's doing to crooked hillary. his time will come." so is hillary clinton taking a victory lap too soon? back with reaction, former speaker of the house, fox news contributor, newt gingrich. all right. bernie sanders predicts trump will crush hillary clinton. nearly half of bernie's west virginia voters, democrats, say they will vote for trump. hillary's own campaign is warning donors she may lose all of the remaining primaries and in 2008, she got 67% of the vote in west virginia, 240,000 votes. yesterday, she got less than 85,000. what do you think? >> well, i think first of all, if she actually loses california, they're in a different world. and so if her campaign is right in that warning, they better batten down the hatches. last night, if you look at is closely, in 2008, she carried 55
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counties. every single county. last night she lost 55 counties, every single county and in one county she ran third. sanders came in first and a totally unknown local guy put his name on the ballot, came in second. she ran third in a county in west virginia. she is in trouble. let me tell withdryou the numbe i think could become a big factor in this campaign. that number is 38. 38 is the percentage by which the clinton foundation pays men more than women in senior positions. you can actually look this up the "daily caller" did a great study, america rising has pointed it out. i'm surprised it's not become a big national issue. here's hillary clinton campaigning in favor of women while the foundation that she and bill own pays men 38% more than women? and i don't see how if that gets known to the average person how she's going to survive that. >> that's huge. >> hypocrisy and the dishonesty of saying, oh, i'm really
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worried about women getting a fair wage, oh, by the way, not in the place i control. i think it's enormous. >> all right. in the modern political era, the two times that i would say conservatism applied made the country a stronger, better place for everybody. the reagan era and the early '90s, you did these tapes. i have vhs copies of them called "renewing american revolution." you're laughing. i bought them online a year ago because i lost my copy. led to republicans taking over the congress. you were the architect of that victory. for the first time in 40 years. you did a contract with america. i would like another contract with some of the items i mentioned. judicial philosophy. building the wall. protecting veterans. building up our military. energy independence. education back to the states. health care savings accounts. a balanced budget. is that a good idea? do you think that's -- >> look, it's a great idea, and i think what paul ryan said
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today gives us a step in that direction. >> he told me nine months ago he was going to do it but it didn't happen. >> what he's got to do, instead of focusing on what they disagree on, if they can find ten big things they can agree on by september that you can bring every federal candidate, senate, house and president together, and say, look, you give us the opportunity, here are the ten big changes we're going to do by easter of next year. so the first 100 days begins to really take form. and now you're not running a personality campaign only. and i think the senators who are running for re-election in tough states, if they had ten big issues that we could win the issue, it makes it easier for them to beat the democrat because it now becomes a question of what kind of america do you want, not just a personality campaign. >> was my list a good start? seems pretty simple. not that hard. >> i think it's -- i think it's a good start. >> let me -- a good start. of course you have to fix it. i understand. i stand -- i'm just a humble
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talk show host. i know my place in this world. i understand. >> no, no, no, look, the important thing do trump, mcconnell and ryan think it's a good start, not does gingrich think it's a good start. >> i'd like to see a team of rivals like bobby jindals and rick scotts and john kasichs and rudy giulianis and newt gingrichs be named ahead of time and show that, hey, he's serious about bringing serious, successful people that have governed well into government which leads me to this, the question you'll hate. you're the last guy that balanced the budget. last speaker of the house to balance the budget. you brought welfare reform. this was a real transformative speakership that you've had. your name keeps popping up for v.p. if asked, would you accept it? >> well, i'd certainly talk about it. i wouldn't turn it down automatically. callista and i are both aware of how the importance of being good citizens. i have to say, it keeps getting
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brought up because you keep bringing it up. >> no, no, it's not me. i did have a poll on my website,, and you did win the poll. are you accusing my audience of being bias? >> no, i'm accusing you of being bias. >> tell me who else is going to balance the budget? who's going to -- who else is going to literally -- i don't think this is a time for half measures. i'm being serious now. >> no, but take the people you just described. you know, a rick perry would be a very powerful vice presidential nominee. john kasich might well bring ohio with him. and kasich after all was the chairman of the budget committee when we balanced the budget. i mean, there are a number of very talented people that donald trump -- >> i hear kasich doesn't want it. i hear rubio doesn't want it. >> well, i don't know. i'm just saying, you know, it's not -- you know, i'm not the only person around and donald trump, i think, ought to think very carefully starting with -- i have three questions. could the person serve as president? are they compatible with trump philosophically and psychologically?
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and can they do a little bit to help win the election? that's the least important of the three. you really have to take the presidency really seriously and recognize if you pick a vice presidential nominee, you're potentially picking somebody who might well end up as president and you better pick somebody who could get the job done if that happened. >> all right. so that's not a no. i'll put that in the maybe column. >> i'm in the not no column. >> you didn't even get mad. i'm pretty impressed. all right. former speaker -- >> i'm used to dealing with you. >> i'm used to dealing with your -- i first interviewed you in 1990. i'm used to dealing with your crap, hannahppe hannity, i know coming. coming up next -- >> i'm going to support the nominee. there's a different between support and actively campaigning for somebody. >> donald trump is on the ballot, i pledge to support the nominee on top of it. i intend to keep it. >> ahead of tomorrow's meeting with paul ryan, some republican lawmakers say they're not fully
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supporting zr ining donald trum. when we come back, laura ingraham and herman cain with reaction. also later tonight -- >> when i think about hillary clinton, i imagine to be a very bright woman without the courage of her convictions because i'm not even sure what they are. >> wow. liberal jon stewart actually gets it right, calls out hillary clinton for being inauthentic which she is. all of that. plus -- >> by giving the impression islam and the west are incompatible, you're playing into the hands of the extremists. >> london's new mayor takes a shot at donald trump and his proposed temporary muslim ban. we'll debate that as "hannity"
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welcome back to "hannity." now tomorrow donald trump will meet with speaker of the house paul ryan about uniting the party but ryan is not the only republican who is yet to fully back the presumptive gop nominee. here's what some other republican lawmakers are now saying. >> i disagreed with mr. trump
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and yet i'm a very outspoken supporter because i know when we put it together, we're going to come together. >> i'm going to support the nominee but there's a difference between support and actively campaigning for somebody. >> i said all along i'm going to get behind the nominee, whoever the nominee is, and now that the presumptive nominee is donald trump, then i'm getting behind donald trump. >> i don't want hillary clinton to win. donald trump is the only other choice on the ballot. i recognize that. i have a pledge to support the nominee on top of it. and i intend to keep it. >> here with reaction, editor in chief of, fox news contributor laura ingraham and fox news contributor herman cain. let me start here. this is bigger and broader. this was done consciously by paul ryan on top of that. you had people to broke their pledge, lindsey graham, jeb bush, for example. you have mitt romney, ben sasse, bill kristol want a third-party candidate. george will says republicans should work to defeat donald trump in all 50 states.
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the only word i can come up with age him. >> yeah, i think what we find on my radio show and i'm sure you find it on yours, sean, is that most folks listening, and a lot of people across the country, of course, listening to what we do every day, they really do want america to get better. they know america is in trouble. they know there are lots of really big problems. some of them seem impossible to solve. but they want them solved. and they want growth to be real. they don't want this ridiculously flat-lining gdp. they don't want trade deals that rip america off. they don't want a border that's so porous. and if the republicans work together instead of grousing or, you know, holding onto their bitterness or launching personal insults against trump, if republicans actually think about what will happen, just in the first hundred days of hillary, and they really focus on that for a moment, lots of good things can actually happen. so i'm cautiously optimistic
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that a lot of unity will come. i'm pretty optimistic about it, actually. >> you know what bothers me, herman cain, the very people that caused the insurgency by being weak, feckless, timid, visionless, oh, now they're going to withhold their support and go against the will of the people. record numbers of people in the history of republican primaries. nobody got more votes than trump and we still have all these states to go. what does that say? >> what that says is that they are more interested in their egos than this whole ideology. it's not about ideology. it's about egos. and all the things that laura articulated, she's exactly right. here's the other thing. i believe that unity will happen when some of these congressmen and senators realize that donald trump at the top of the ticket can be an asset instead of a liability. i don't buy all of this pushback based upon ideology.
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no. that's not it at all. they are pushing back because they are afraid and rightly so that they cannot control donald trump. and they're used to controlling the nominee. >> you know, all the things i went over with with newt early in the show, laura, okay, he's going to name conservative justices, he's going to tell you before he gets elected if he gets elected. he's going to build the wall. he's going to take care of vets. he's going to build up the military. he wants to balance the budget. he wants health care savings accounts. he wants energy independence, and education to the states. who in the republican party is opposing that? >> i don't know that any of the people withholding their support would oppose any of that. i mooean, maybe they teendon't what he wants on traded. they think trade is working out well for the average american which it obviously not. they think open borders, that's not a priority for them. they want to bring foreign workers into the country, move
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quickly on amnesty. he's not going to do that. that's not where the country is in terms of the republican party. most people believe that america is a special place. it's an idea that we should preserve. american exceptionalism is different from british exceptionalism or greek exceptionalism. no offense to either country. we do believe we're special, but, you know, if you're going to watch hillary become president, you have to know that you're going to further debraid the idea of american sovereignty and independence. >> is she -- >> you're going do degrade it. >> is donald trump going to beat her? every indication is she is such a weak candidate. she's definitely beatable. >> i think trump has really, in a very strong position right now. all these people saying he's going to lose all these states, women are going to vote against him. these are all the people who said he was going to quit after iowa, that he peaked in february. all of these commentators making these points, i'm sorry, i don't want to dwell on the never-trumpers, but most of them have been wrong for not just -- >> the whole time. >> -- this year, they've been wrong for years. okay?
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and they don't get what's happening in the country. i'm really beyond them. i moved beyond them. i'm on to the general election. i want to beat hillary. >> i agree you. i moved beyond them, too. all right. will he win? herman cain. >> yes. i believe trump can win the nomination which he's close to doing based upon the most recent primary results. and he can beat hillary clinton. this is the sound bite that the liberal media and some anti-trump people are putting out there, he can't beat hillary. that's not true. when trump declared his presidency, they didn't think he could win so now they're in a state of shock. he's winning. >> yeah. >> and he's going to be the nominee. >> and he -- all right. guys, i got to roll. always good to see you both. both coming to the convention which means dinner is an laura every night. >> oh, no. >> no. >> on you, sean. >> all right. it's on me. it's on me. i don't care. >> you're buying.
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>> okay. coming up next tonight on "hannity" -- >> what i think about hillary clinton, you know, i imagine to be a very bright woman without the courage of her convictions. because i'm not even sure what they are. >> jon stewart right for once. apparently he's not a huge fan of hillary's. we've got some examples that prove just how phony she really is. and also later tonight -- >> by keepigiving the impressiot islam and the west are incompatible, you're playing into the hands of the extremi extremists. >> london's new muslim mayor lecturing donald trump about his proposed temporary muslim ban, proposed temporary muslim ban, or risk the safety
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to be a very bright woman without the courage of her convictions. because i'm not even sure what they are. but she will -- i think she will be in big trouble if she can't find a way, and maybe i'm wrong, maybe a real person doesn't exist underneath there. i don't know. >> now if years on this program we've shown you examples of how hillary clinton is quite inauthentic. watch this. >> i don't feel no ways tired. i come too far. >> what do you always carry with you? >> i want you to know, people are going to say this, say, okay, she's pandering to black people. >> okay. is it working? what i said was totally out of context from what i meant because i have been talking about helping coal country for a very long time. >> yeah, but she wants to put them out of business and also wants coal miners out of jobs. joining us now the reverend of
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one spirit revival center, darell scott is with us and author of "we withe people" by e way, great book, by my co-host, juan willi of "the five" juan williams. >> given what you're doing here, sean, the general election has started and you've gone after hillary clinton. >> bernie sanders predicts trump will defeat hillary clinton. >> get out of here. >> hillary donors were warned -- wait a minute, hillary clinton -- bernie is going to run the table. >> it's fine. i want to say you and jon stewart actually are on to something very real with the voters which is the question of mrs. clinton's trust, her authenticity. i will say this. the saving grace for democrats, she's running against donald trump. his numbers are even worse. >> okay. but donald trump is dead even in very important states right now. pastor, let me go to you. yua you know, why is it every democratic presidential candidate gets before a predominantly black audience and their tone, their cadence, the
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pitch, the way they -- everything changes. is that called pandering? >> to me, it's almost worse than pandering. it's a -- i don't know, stereotyping. i mean, to be honest, i think hillary clinton might show up at the b.e.t. awards or something in black face because, i mean, what is she doing? what's she going to say next? carry a bottle of hot sauce in her pocket? what's she going to say next, her favorite food is fried chicken, watermelon and red kool-aid? come on now. it's obvious hillary clinton is a politician that will say and do anything to get elected. she comes across as dismissive. if anyone charges her on anything that is essential, she dismisses it and she has a condescending attitude. you know, she -- i don't know, she panders to black people. she tries to, quote/unquote, act black when she's around black people and actually it's ridiculous and it's -- >> let me bring juan back in here, give him some numbers.
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bernie sanders predicts trump will defeat hillary. half of bernie's west virginia voters say they're going to vote for trump over hillary. and hillary, her campaign warned donors before last night's results that she might lose, "even if bernie runs the table." she might lose all the rest of the contests that remain on the democratic side. >> she is closer, sean hannity, to the democratic nomination than donald trump is to the republican nomination. >> that's not true. >> it is true. >> you have the corrupt superdelegate system. >> oh, that one. >> i see. >> go to hillary but not bernie. >> i see. listen, you got enough trouble with the establishment on the republican -- >> not really. i don't care about them. neither do the voters. >> my point to you, speaking to the pastor's point, black voters are not stupid people. >> i got a question. why does hillary -- >> they are supporting hillary clinton. >> why does hillary all the t e titime even before predominantly black audience, why does she change
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the we she speaks? >> every politician does this. >> i go before predominantly black audiences, i'm me. >> people pick up the cadence of the folks they're trying to relate to. >> really? >> let me just tell you -- >> wait a minute. >> when she went down to west virginia and spoke to the miners, i thought that was an authentic folk from hillary clinton. she said, you know what -- >> the same guy she says she wants out of a job. >> she told him honestly coal jobs are going away, the coal industry is going away and she has a plan -- >> pastor, come on in here. >> they call bill clinton slick willie. i call her slick hillie. that's what she is. she's trying to do whatever it takes to get a vote. she doesn't care what she says. you don't mimic or articulate anyone's characteristics simply because you're before them. >> do you think the black community which historically tends to go 90% democrat, do you think donald trump will get a much bigger percentage of the
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black vote? >> i know for a fact. >> oh, come on. >> the black community appreciates authenticity and the one thing the black community does say about trump is love him, like him or not, he keeps it real. >> are black americans better off or worse off since obama's been president eight years? and i've got the numbers >> let me say -- let me say this. >> if you ask black people, do they think barack obama has been a great president, are they better off? >> i didn't ask you that. >> more black americans out of work, more black americans on foot stamps. >> went through a terrible recession. >> eight years ago. eight years ago. >> this is like asking do you think latinos are going to back trump? are blacks going to back trump? no way, jose. >> black americans are going to -- >> i don't see it. >> i was born in 1958. i'm a child of the 6 0s. in the 60s people were rioting in the street, black people were getting beat up by police. here it is 2016 with a black
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president with black mayors, black governors and black people are still rioting in the streets. can't get jobs. graduation rate is lower than it's been since 1963 and we're getting beat up by the police. >> barack obama is not on the ballot. who is on the ballot is hillary clinton and the bad news -- >> i got to break. >> -- for republicans, he's running against donald trump. >> thank you both. when we come back, you heard about this new muslim mayor of london. he's warning donald trump change your views on islam or otherwise you might be subject to attacks. we'll tell you about that. and our question of the day straight ahead. meet the new john deere gator xuv590i, a vehicle so versatile it owns anything outdoors.
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we have a ban, there are obviously some very bad things going on. we're going to figure out what's going on and be very, very careful. we're allowing syrians to come in here. we have no idea who they are. we is no paperwork. there's no documentation. they're pouring into country. our country by the thousands. you see what's happening in germany, it's a mess. you look at sweden. and some of these other countries that are taking them. it's a total mess. and i want to be very, very careful. >> that was donald trump earlier today talking about preventing foreign muslims who cannot be properly vetted from end rterin
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the country. the proposal has been under steady attack from critics at home and yesterday london's newly elected mayor took a swipe at donald trump saying in part, "donald trump's ignorant view of islam could make both of our countries unsafe. it risks alienating mainstream." earlier today london's mayor doubled down on this attack. take a look. >> by giving the impression islam and the west are incombaten, you're playing into the hands of the extremists. it's not the message to send if you're the greatest country in the world, the story of america. i think donald trump doesn't get the history of america. and my point with respect to, you know, americans is look, you know, i think, you know, you got a choice when it comes to the elections of fnovember. you have a choice of hope. you have a choice of somebody trying to divide not just your
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communities in america but divide america from the rest of the world. >> here with reaction, imam talal eid, and brigitte gabriel. let me start with you. he's basically saying donald trump is ignorant and could make both of our countries at risk if he doesn't say the right thing and not offend people with his words. isn't that a threat? that either you say what people expect you to say, or they're going to going to attack you? >> well, thanks for having me on the show. i would not use the word ignorant. i just want mr. trump to be more sensitive to the issue. >> more sensitive? isn't there an implied threat that it makes our country less safe. >> he says say things the way we demand or you're going to be tacked?
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that is how i interpret that. >> my concern here, i do not want to see american muslims paying the price of irresponsible statements made by mr. trump. >> the greater victim of hate crimes according to government statistics are jewish americans just so we're factually accurate. my next question to you, and this is important for our audience to understand. we have our fbi director, assistant fbi director, general john allen to defeat isis have all said the following in some way, shape, or form, that isis will infiltrate the refugee population. are you willing to gamble with the lives of americans and bring people here, knowing that our own intelligence community is saying isis will infiltrate it? i'm in the willing to do that.
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are you? >> well, let's straighten up the record here. i'm not against the fbi or immigration policies. >> they said isis will infiltrate the refugee population. shouldn't we have a ban? >> if they need to do professional work rather than make a general statement okay, i'm not going to let -- >> how do you know what is in somebody's heart? how do you ascertain if someone is a good person or not? >> why you want to prevent people like the mayor of london, why you want to prevent them coming here? >> he's saying change your views or you'll be attacked and less safe. >> well, we are less safe. we are, we were welcoming the muslims, then, they attacked us on september 11th. we had open arms, as a matter of
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fact, president bush immediately after the attacks said, islam is a religion of peace and immediately went to the nearest mosque to tell muslims we love you, we know this hz nothing to do with you. since then, we have had terrorist attack after terrorist attack and terrorists poised to kill americans regardless of what we say. this sensitivity stuff is bologna, and for the mayor of london who represented one of the most notorious radical terrorist imams who is banned from britain now, the same mayor representing him has no business lecturing americans about who we get in and out. as a matter of fact, sean, today, british television aired a documentary about what muslim british, british muslims really think. and the head of the islamic rights commission in britain said, quote, we made a big
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