we're here hillary. hi. we're here. thanks for watching everyone. share your thoughts with us on facebook.com/kelly file. i am megyn kelly. this is the kelly file. good night everybody. and welcome to hannity. tonight donald trump clenches the republican nomination. i'm filling in for shawn. the magic number of delegates need hadded to secure the republican nomination and donald trump has 1,023 9. mr. trump talked about clefrming the nomination tonight. >> we had a big day today. today was the day where we hit the 1,237.
right. 1,237. and you know you heard our president say he will not be the nominee of our party. really? he's been right about that like he's right about everything else which is never. who would have thought. this was not supposed to happen. it was supposed to be trump was going to the convention and we were going to have a horrible convention because it was going to be contentious and i never believed that because i said i was going to win on the first ballot. you have the syrian refugees and they're pouring into this country and all over europe and problem and that's their problem. we don't need to have any more problems. we have enough. don't you like it when somebody doesn't use a teleprompter. right? who else makes a speech to a crowd like this with this. it's going to be a big wall.
it's going to be a beautiful wall. someday when i'm gonzo maybe they'll name it after trump. i would rather have a statute in washington, d.c. i don't want a wall named after me but that's okay. i want a statute in washington, d.c. >> a statute in washington, d.c. all right. here with reaction pollster frank lunz and david wall and lisa booth. welcome all. frank let me get to you. you wrote a terrific article that was in time magazine and it's all about the election from hell and you talk about how voters have thrown out all the rules this year and they really have. you and i were backstage in iowa a little over a year ago before donald trump had announced his candidacy and we along with everybody else said donald trump is finished today after what he said about john mccain. i'm not going to say i was wrong but frank you were wrong.
>> well, you know what, we're not calling you the presidential nominee either, governor. look, i love the line that trump used today when he said hey i don't need a teleprompter. i have everything i need on these five notes. this is what's different about this guy and you could not tell back a year ago that this was going to be the case. number one, he speaks from the heart. he says what he means and means what he says and that is perfect for an electorate that is fed up with barack obama and the teleprompter and all the prepared text that actually mean nothing. number two, he speaks, he has the voice of the american people. i got to admit this that he's a little rough for me. he's a little direct for me. he's a little bit charp for me. but it works. and number three that he's talking about the issues about national security, economic security, personal security that the american people are looking for. in all three of those cases this is a guy who may not have had it
back last august but he's got it right now and it's why he and hillary clinton are dead even. >> it's interesting that he is not just winning the nomination, but he's winning the hearts and minds of a lot of people who have never voted republican. david, what do you think has been the secret? you've been a long time supporter of donald trump. you were with him before it became cool. >> yeah. >> what is it about donald trump that has just really i think brought a new level of energy to the political world? >> governor, you can hyper analyze his platform and dissect his ideas all day long but sometimes it's as simple as the right guy with the right ideas at the right time. in my experience the vast vast majority of his supporters despite his extraordinary fame and wealth are ordinary americans who simply want a better life for themselves and their children. what a concept. but the tsunami of support and
he's gone about 12 points on hillary clinton in the last few weeks has been based in it. my daughter said it's my experience that a lot of people who are going to be voting for donald trump still won't admit it but that's okay because they're going to be voting for him. on june 7th is our primary and that will probably put him over 1,400 delegates. it's rather extraordinary considering he has the most votes of any candidate in the gop history. it's just a man. it's his ideas and his plan to stop being politically correct and make america great again and put us first rather than second and making sure as we do right now that we're not offending anybody before we make a move. >> lisa, there's still some holdouts. these guys who say we're going to find some third-party person to run because we don't like hillary, we don't like trump. isn't it time to stop that nonsense talk and get with the fact. we have two choices, donald trump and hillary clinton and for many of us donald trump
looks terrific if that's our matchup. >> the third-party idea is just not a viable option. you look at ross per row. he was able to get ballot access but he wasn't able to get any electoral photvotes. it's not viable. i would say to the never trump crowd why not focus on the 24 senate seats that republicans are defending, seven of which are in states that president obama won in 2008 and 2012 and if you don't like donald trump wouldn't you want checks and balances to him which is why it would be important to keep the senate and to keep the house. >> i've only got a couple of minutes. frank, let me ask you because you're the master of words. what words has donald trump used that has really given him this commanding experience right now? what are the key words? >> the first phrase is political correctness.
his rejection of it. i don't believe that people are voting for donald trump for where he stands. i think they're voting for him for what he represents and there's a difference. you >> lisa, six months ago would you have believed that it's the democrats who are going to have a contentious convention and the republicans are going to have a lovefest? >> i wouldn't but i am loving watching this go on on the left. i think donald trump and what he's been doing well is he speaks to the millions of americans who feel left behind by this economy. if you look at his energy speech today it was an important step for donald trump because not only is he contrasting the failed energy policies which effect every day americans because not only does that
effect our pocket books, rising energy costs, president obama limiting access to oil and limiting access to energy exploration and laying those policies out. not only is he speaking to the americans who feel left behind but he's talking about opening up the doors to energy exploration and contrasting himself with the failed policies that we've seen. >> thank you very much. we're out of time. david, frank, lisa, great to have you here. coming up next right here on hannity. >> i think it's fair to say they're surprised by the republican nominee. they are not sure how seriously to take some of his pronouncements, but they're rattled by him. that was president obama earlier today saying that leaders are rattled by donald trump. the presumptive gop nominee has said that's a good thing. former louisiana governor bobby
jindal joins us next with reaction and then later. it was allowed and the rules have been clarified since i left about the practice. having said that i have said many times it was a mistake. >> indeed it was. hillary clinton talks about the state department's audit of her private e-mail sever. that and more as hannity continues. constipated? trust number one doctor recommended dulcolax use dulcolax tablets for gentle overnight relief suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief
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the g 7 summit. he said world leaders are rattled by donald trump. watch this. >> they are paying very close attention to this election. i think it's fair to say that they are surprised by the republican nominee. they are not sure how seriously to take some of his pronouncements, but they're rattled by him and for good reason because a lot of the proposals that he's made display either ignorance of world affairs or a cavalier attitude or an interest in getting tweets and headlines instead of actually thinking through what it is that is required to keep america safe and secure and prosperous and what's required to keep the world on an even
keel. >> to borrow a phrase from donald trump that was low energy. he needs to switch to caffeine if he's going to make those kind of comments. donald trump addressing supporters tonight in montana responded to president obama. look at this. >> he was talking about donald trump, that other countries are very nervous. that's good if they're nervous, that's good. that's good. right? it's good. let them be a little bit nervous. by the way, i'll have a better relationship with other countries than he has, except we'll do much better and they won't be taken advantage of us anymore and they won't be calling the stupid people any more. >> you can't argue with that. i think it's pretty evident that when the president says foreign leaders are rattled maybe that is a good thing. joining us with reaction former 2016 republican presidential candidate former governor of louisiana bobby jindal.
great to have you on tonight. >> thanks for having me on. it's great to talk to you. >> it's a pleasure. we are both are casualties of the 2016 race. we're talking about the guy who has won the nomination but one of the things he has done, he has spoken with very strong language. governor, i want to begin with you with a word of tribute because i feel like you had said some very strong things about donald trump during the primary but later you came forward and said despite whatever misgivings he was our nominee. you were going to support him. i thought you showed an extraordinary level of class and i really appreciate that you did it wa honesty and candor and you recognize it's donald trump or hillary clinton. do you think foreign leaders are rattled by the prospect of donald trump as president. >> first off thank you for those very kind words and i want to return the compliment. we both waged fierce campaigns
and we're fierce competitors. i went into the race thinking i would be a better candidate or you would be a better candidate. donald trump wasn't my first or second choice but it's donald trump or hillary clinton and it's not about the republican party it's about our countriy ad i've said i'm support pg him and i would encourage others to do so as well. in terms of world leaders being rattled i hope they are rattled. president obama cares more about world leader opinions than the american people. if world leaders are rattled that would be a good thing. for seven years now under the obama foreign policy which was run during his first term by secretary clinton we've had a foreign policy where we won't stand with israel or standing up to china or stand up to russia. there's a reason russia is in the ukraine. there's a reason that china is threatening our allies in the south china sea. our enemies don't fear or respect us and our friends don't trust us.
i hope they are rattled. they've gotten too seven years of a failed foreign policy. here is what president obama doesn't understand, i want foreign leaders to understand that we are secure when america is strongest. we need a president that believes in america that isn't embarrassed to say we're the strongest country in the world. >> i think the person that's rattled is president obama. i'm looking back when the iranins captures our sailors or when the russians flew fighter jets above one of our destroyers, it's as if our president was rattled. do you think donald trump will experience a moment where russians will fly fighters above one of our ships? >> you make a great point and those two incidents and other incidents.
this president drew the line in the sand in syria and called isis the jv team, time and time again he hasn't stood up to america's interests. he has hand tied our economy due to international economies and jobs and growth overseas instead after the at home. what ronald reagan understood is peace through strength. i think there's a greater chance that donald trump would understand and display peace through strength. we have to deploy american forces less frequently if our enemies respeies fear and respe. you mentioned these countries, the reason they're testing us and getting those overflights and they're challenging our spy planes they don't respect us right now. that's why for the republicans ta are in the never trump category and i have all the respect in the world, many of my friends are in that camp, if this he need more time to get
here that's fine but we have to win this election. >> we said this is the most important election in our life times. we're on a path toward socialism. we either mean that or don't. we meant that and that's why we think it's important we not have hillary clinton in the white house. >> we have less than a minute. we're in that magic funnel where we're getting down to the last grains of seconds. can you tell me as a governor much an energy state because louisiana major energy state donald trump made a big speech today on energy. why is he a better president for energy than hillary clinton? >> several great things he said about the epa. he said he's for oil and gas and coil and that's great for louisiana and the gulf coast but that's good for steel and manufacturing jobs across the countries. these residents the minimum wage
jobs that hillary clinton talks about. instead of folks being on food stamps they'll have good paying jobs. i thought donald trump did a great job today differentiating himself from the culture p dependance represented by hillary clinton and president obama. >> great to see you. thanks for coming on. coming up right here next on hannity. >> it was allowed and the rules have been clarified since i left about the practice. having said that i have said many times it was a mistake. indeed it was. hillary clinton does her best to try explain her private e-mail server. later tonight. >> i hear they want to put biden in. i hear they're going to slip joe biden in. donald trump is the democrats may need to find a new candidate to run for president. this as a brand new poll out of california shows that the race
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spokesman suggested mrs. clinton and her team were not up front. >> there was a partial understanding of how much secretary clinton relied on personal e-mail and we just did not have a complete picture and because of that i think no one undertook the steps to address that. >> reporter: clinton insisted today her personal e-mail practices were in synch with her pred ses ors. >> this report makes clear that was the practices of other secretary of states. >> reporter: no other secretary of state had a personal sever. colin powell used his personal e-mail to contact people outside the office. rice and al brooit did not use personal e-mail for government business. asked why she doesn't cooperate with her own agency's investigators clinton suggested her marathon congressional
testimony had covered it. >> i have talked about this for many many months. i testified for 11 hours before the committee, the benghazi committee. >> reporter: the e-mail practices were not the focus of the 2015 testimony and the inspector general found despite public assurances they want to be open clinton and her aides refused to cooperate with investigators even though no one is exempt under the regulations. asked about the criminal probe clinton said no interview date has been set. >> thank you very much. now here with reaction is larry elder and eric booster. this is an issue where you just say look, hillary clinton goes out there er day and says i did nothing wrong, some her folks will say i may have made a little mistake but this is dog food that the dogs aren't eating. >> like i say when i tell
clients don't let your mouth write a check that your tail can't cash. that's what hillary clinton has been doing, she's been talking too much and she needs to shut up because the more you talk the bigger grave you're digging. >> you're a supporter of hillary. >> i am. i'm like please shut up for a second because if she did something wrong she can -- she may be able to get out of it, but the more she talks her way into it for example she's giving interviews saying i turned over everything and i followed policy and then it comes out she did not so i wish her lawyers would tell her shut up. >> that's the best advice i've heard someone give hillary. i rlove. it i don't know where to go. i'm so proud of eric for there. >> i shoot straight, whether it's politics or not i'll shoot straight regardless of the situation.
somebody help her. >> larry let me bring you in on this because whether she talks or doesn't talk it's a condemn rum. if she talks she's putting herself in the problem that eric has mentioned. what does she do? >> if you're doing to talk, tell the truth and be consistent with your stories instead of telling a bunch of different things. there's another point we know from this report that they did not discount the possibility that her sever was hacked. we know there was a great deal of correspondence between the embassador of libya and clinton. maybe the bad guys knew the security was a concern and that might very well have caused them to look at the benghazi as a soft target. she may have a lot of serious blood on her hands as a result of having this sever in her basement. this is national security. this is about the nation and the
possibility that secrets and practices and methods were exposed. >> eric, part of the problem though that a lo tt of americans -- we have to live by rules and obey laws and if we break laws we get in trouble. i want to say i appreciate your candor, it's refreshing for somebody who is as honest as you've been here tonight but speak to that. >> she may -- she has said she may have made a mistake and that is a possibility but one of the defenses that she may have is other people have done it before. however, her problem is they're issuing subpoenas for people who have supported her and her staff. and if her staff is aware that she's done something illegal and she went around to get around the rules like she's been accused of that's going to be a major problem. i'm praying i hope she didn't tell someone she was trying to
get around the rules. she may have made a mistake. >> i have a feeling at least that much is true but you're also an attorney. speak to the fact that when prosecutors want to go for somebody they don't talk to them first, they talk to everyone in they're orbit before they talk to the principal. is that what's happening here. >> that's right. that's the normal protocol but governor i have to tell you i don't believe that the doj is going to indict her. i believe that the head of the fbi will make a criminal referral and i hear they're going where the investigation leads them but it's a political choice to indict her and if you indict her her presidential campaign is over and if obama allows the doj to indict her when he retires from office he won't be able to get a table at sad burger. she was doing this her long time aide he said she had a private
sever she didn't want the him going through her e-mails. he said she did not want to be accountable and have her records reviewed by the request and by her political enemies. end of statement. it has nothing to do with her being nontechnically savvy. she did not want people to probe what she was doing. end of statement. but if she made a mistake it may not be criminal and that's what we have -- >> to be disqualified to be the commander in chief of the armed forces and be the president of the united states if you make a mistake of this magnitude. eric, i have to say this is not a person who had her first government job, a person who said i didn't know that much about how government works. that's all she's ever done her whole life. >> she should be on the ticket. she should be -- she is a qualified to be president of the united states and it may have
been a mistake. i pray it was. >> great to have you here. we're out of time. coming up next right here on hannity. >> i hear they want to put biden in. i hear they're going to actually slip joe bidden. >> donald trump suggests the democrats may be forced to replace hillary clinton as a presidential candidate. plus a new poll shows that clinton is in a dead heat with bernie sanders in california. and later an arizona boarder county sheriff issues a warning about possible mexican drug car tell violence this holiday weekend. that sheriff joins us to explain. that and a lot more as hannity continues. had a wonderful time . me too! call me tomorrow? i'm gonna send a vague text in a couple of days, that leaves you confused about my level of interest. i'll wait a full two days before responding. perfect! we're never gonna see each other again, will we? no-no. wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant? the citi double cash card does.
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the inspector general's report, not good. but i want to run against hillary. i just want to run against her. look, i don't know if you're going to be able to. it could be we're going to run against crazy bernie. that could be. i hear they want to put biden in. i hear they're going to actually slip joe biden in and he's going to take bernie's place. >> that was donald trump suggesting that hillary clinton's mounting scandals might force the democratic party to find a new candidate and as the clinton campaign limps toward the end of the primary season new polls are showing that the all important democratic primary in california is now up for grabs. according to a new poll by the public policy institute of california, clinton leads sanders by just two points. 46% to 44%, well within the margin off error.
>> jessica i'm going to start with you because donald trump has a way of attaching a things to people whether it's crooked hillary or crazy bernie. >> positive co hillary clinton has been through worse than donald trump. i don't think this is the beginning of the end. he is correct that the e-mail news is not good and we know she'll be meeting with the fbi soon which means we'll have a decision soon and we can move past this but this is something that's dogd her for a year now and it doesn't help. >> why can't she close the deal? >> she has closed the deal. bernie sanders -- >> not with the people. >> not with the people. i understand what's going on with the sanders supporters and they feel they're being ignored and she's closing the door but she's not. she's giving bernie sanders control of half her platform. if you look back at 2008 -- in
is that a good accomplishment for though. >> for bernie sandemocrat party >> i think it is. we will see her shift back to the middle for the general election and i think she'll pick a more progressive running mate to take the heated off of her that way. >> how serious is this that even in california she's barely beating bernie sanders out there? this race everybody says is over but it's not over. it's like the seen in rocky where the trainer looks over to apollo and says he doesn't know it's a show. >> i think it's a devastating blow to hillary. if she loses california it's devastating. it doesn't mean she's not going to be the candidate but it means she's doing to limp her way into the general election and it's going to show a weakness and lack of momentum and it's going to play into this narrative that there's still an anti-establishment sentiment out there that we don't want an establishment candidate and that's going to play into the hands of donald trump.
i think it's going to be a really big problem for her going into the general if she doesn't win california. >> 1968 and 1980 were similar. in both cases you had an incumbent party that ended up in trouble because of an anti-establishment mood and everybody said they'll never be able to take the establishment out and they did. is this a 1968 and 1980 kind of moment. >> i think it is. the issue that i see and this is a really important issue is the moment and the energy that's behind the anti-establishment movement is big, it's huge. when you talk to people who support hillary clinton they're pretty luke warm. there's not that momentum and excitement. >> i'm excited about her. there are hillary supporters who are -- >> when she's 3 million votes ahead i don't really understand this argument that all the momentum is with bernie sanders. what about the people voting? why don't ballots count as
momentum. we may be quieter -- >> the intensity and support whether it's extreme support, excitement or unthusism that gofor donald trump. they're not going i'm extremely excited about it and that's not what we're getting in the polls and to me you have to have extreme unthusism to show up and spread the word. when you talk to people who are hillary supporters, often but not you when you talk to them and you say why are you a hillary supporter people can't give you an answer. she hasn't articulated a mess e message. when people say i'm with her what does that mean. she needs to get that down. she has to have a story. >> i disagree with you. i think you have to be well versed to talk about it and i'm a coming from a different position there. she does have to do better but i think when you talk to minority
populations, latinos and african-americans across the country they say hillary clinton has stood with us for decades and bill clinton did as well. that has stuck with them. i think that's meaningful and i think it will party in california but i think it will be close. >> you guys are good. we'll have to bring you back sometime. >> that's kind of you to offer. >> sorry. >> no, first of all thank you so much for being here. great to have you. >> any time. >> nice to see you. coming up an arizona county sheriff is warning residents to be on the lookout for people to coming in this weekend. that and more after this.
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welcome back to hannity. the sheriff of arizona issued a dire warning to citizens about quote mexican assassins this holiday weekend. the press release reads in part and i quote based on creditable information about recent mexican drug cartel violence the sheriff is warning campers, hikers, mountain bikers and all terrain vehicle riders of the elevated risk of being out in certain areas of the county this holiday weekend. the sheriff enkournls those using the back roads, camp sites and trails in the known corridors to be cautious and consider carrying a firearm when in these wilderness areas. joining us now to explain more is the sheriff paul baboo. i want to tell you i thought what you said was quite honest and it was refreshing. you said to people there's a bigger problem than we can fix with the law enforcement personnel we have and if you're
going out there in the wilderness and that's what you're talking about out in the wilderness you better be prepared to protect yourself because cops are a long way away. >> that's the case. look no further than the signs that president obama has erected in my county that literally written in english warn american citizens it's not safe to travel here. in law enforcement we call that a clue. the president is literally it's a sign of surroundering this area to the cartels instead of joining the fight with me in boarder parole agents on the ground bringing a heavy hand of enforcement against them. >> that's the word that came to my mind. it's as if we have surrounded a part of the united states and said we don't control this anymore. >> right. >> what has happened in america when we surrender to drug cartels. >> i'm a retired army officer and served a tour in iraq, when you see in my county a total of
21 plus cartels on mountain tops, we're not on the boarder, we're 70 miles north of the boarder and these are lookouts for the cartel. the largest drug busts in my state and 108 firearms and the president instead of helping us instead of securing the boarder at the boarder has been releasing violent and dangerous and convicted criminals into my county and my state. >> sheriff, when i hear the president, he says things are better. we've secured the boarder and things are better and we've deported people and everything is coming up roses just about. what's your perspective? >> 80,000, 120,000 illegals who have been apprehended every year the past previous three years just in this sector alone. that's not a measure of success.
far more eaconcerning should be what about isis. what about terrorists. it shouldn't be a surprise to people now because the president has said the national security threat facing america the top one is global warming. it's not an unsecured boarder t should be fighting in the field. >> i've said i'm more afraid of a gunshot than a sun burn. or a beheading. you've been criticized. >> yes. >> and so defend the idea that you're going to go into the wilderness areas. >> absolutely. cops in my county. we have a fast emergency response, don't be a victim. we have a second amendment freedom, and right, i encourage everyone to be armed and trained. this is where governor brewer,
she thought that in, crime has gone down in my state. and cops don't fear law abiding citizens that are armed. we encourage that. that is an important point to make. and sheriff, it is a sheriff, i've appreciated watching you from a disstance and the job you've done and i and appreciate your honesty. have a great weekend. >> coming up, sean stepped down with ventriloquist henry thayer. here is a hint. that new character wants to make america great again.
welcome back to "hannity". this week, sean sat down with one of the most successful shows on all of the vegas strip. he introduced sean to a new edition to the show. take a look. >> he has the number one show on the vegas strip. i see you brought a new friend here. >> yes. he has joined my show. i don't know how he does it. >> it's so good to see you again, sean. do you know you get the greatest ratings when i'm on your show,
don't you? you know that? >> i do. >> you know, i can make terry's shoet show great great. is it not great? i'm going to fire anyone in the show who doesn't do anything. >> like who? >> like you. you just sit there. >> all right. so, when did you come up with this idea? you're actually -- sorry. >> you're actually -- >> i did a town hall in vegas before the nevada primary. >> you're a trump fan? >> my wife and i love him and we think he's great. when someone as colorful as trump. it's all fun, you know? like. >> the hair is huge. it's huge. >> yes. >> so you first, you decided to do this, what was the reaction like? >> unbelievable.
i don't really do political humor. it might be construed as political humor but it's how do you feel about, how does trump feel about something? i'm letting trump say what he feels about something. but his character is so creative and so bigger than life. you know? >> it was huge. >> it was huge. >> the reaction was huge. >> yes. are you going to win the white house? >> of course, does donald trump never does anything if he doesn't win. i'm going to win. do you know how i'm going to win? i'm going to make mexico pay for it. >> are you going to build a wall first? >> of course. ♪ all we need is another brick in the wall♪. >> and mexico is going to pay for it. >> every brick? >> absolutely. >> donald, honor to meet you.
thank you, sir. >> there you go. >> nice to meet you. >> nice to be here, sean. >> our time is gone. thanks for yours. unafraid. a special "on the record" with greta right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> today, i have the honor of introducing a man who needs no introduction. that man is my father. [cheers and applause] >> he would be the best president. >> he is an amazing guy. everything he has ever touched turns to gold. >> he is fed up with what's going on in this country. >> when he speaks, he speaks in the person. he speaks not in little one word sound bite. >> who is going to pay for the wall? >> mexico. >> i know my husband is strong, tough, great leader. >> he doesn't get the credit for being the b