those who raise questions about hillary clinton's e-mail practices, her campaign chairman said this in march. >> i think this is an absurdity. >> this is an absurdity. thoughts on that facebook.com/the kelly file. @megyn kelly. thanks. tonight. >> we are expressing to justice our view that no charges are appropriate in this case. >> the fbi decides no the to recommend criminal charges against hillary clinton over the use of her private e-mail server despite a mountain of evidence of wrongdoing. doug schoen, jay sekulow, and judge jeanine peer row are here with reaction. >> i never sent nor received any -- any e-mail that was marked classified. >> then hillary clinton is caught repeatedly lying about her private e-mail server. >> 110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information. >> laura ingraham and former
governor mike huckabee will weigh in. and director comey says clinton's e-mail account could have been hacked. >> it is possible that hostile actors gained access to secretary clinton's personal e-mail account. >> dr. sebastian gorka and lieutenant colonel ralph peters will have reaction. all of that and the trump campaign responds. eric trump will join us. "hannity" starts right here, right now. welcome to "hannity." tonight the fbi decides not to recommend criminal charges over hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server during her time and tenure as secretary of state. this comes despite the fact that the bureau said that clinton and her staff were, quote, extremely careless with how they handled classified information. here's fbi director james comey from earlier today. >> secretary clinton used several different servers and administrators of those servers during her four years at the state department. she also used numerous mobile devices to send and to read
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on that personal domain. from the group of 30,000 e-mails returned to the state department in 2014, 110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information at the time they were sent or received. although we did not find clear evidence that secretary clinton or her colleagues intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified information, there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly-classified information. there is evidence to support a conclusion that any reasonable person in secretary clinton's position or in the position of those with whom she was corresponding about those matters should have known that an unclassified system was no place for that conversation. in looking back at our investigations into the mishandling or removal of classified information, we cannot find a case that would
criminal charges on these facts. >> here with reaction, the chief counsel for the american center for law and justice, jay sekulow, former clinton pollster, doug schoen, and the host of justice, judge jeanine piro. jay, let's go to the heart of what we just heard james comey said here. by the way, we'll get to the lies -- and they're numerous -- that hillary has been called out on in this statement by comey from earlier today. but we've got to go to 18, u.s. code 18, section 793. he said they acted extremely carelessly. the statute says gross negligence. can you explain what the difference is? >> well, no. the legal definition of gross negligence is extreme carelessness. so the standard that the director of the fbi put forward is a violation, a felony under federal law. so what happened here, without a doubt, the fix was in since the beginning. this was a faux investigation. as our friend, andy mac carthy
has said, director comey rewrote the statute to get the result that someone desired. obviously the clintons desired, but maybe even higher up. and the fact of the matter is, sean, at the end of the day, if you look at the gross negligence standard, that is when someone is careless to an extreme. that's the legal
definition of gross negligence. >> this is the thing. i'm watching the first 15 minutes. i think, wow, he's going to do this. >> yep. >> and then the last two minutes, he pulled back because he was laying out the case. judge jeanine, let's talk about this. i think the most stunning thing that comey said today was when he said to be clear -- well, let me play it. this is not in similar circumstances a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. to the contrary. watch this. >> to be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances, a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. to the contrary, those individuals are often subject to security or administrative sanctions, but that's not what we're deciding now.
>> okay. so security or administrative sanctions. if she were to become the president of the united states, hasn't she already proven that she cannot be trusted with this information? shouldn't she lose any security clearance that she has? >> but that's one of the punishments. >> yes. >> if you mishandle classified information. >> sean, i have been in criminal justice for 35 years. i've been a prosecutor, a judge, a d.a. and i've run 2k3wr57gran juries. this united states attorney, the head of the fbi, made out a prima facie case for prosecution for a felony. i've instructed juries that gross negligence is extreme carelessness. and for him to then turn around and say no reasonable prosecutor would go forward with this case. jim, you're wrong. i respect you, but you're wrong. you may -- >> how can you respect it? he laid out an overwhelming case here. >> it requires it go to the grand jury for the american people. but instead political appointees
will make this decision, and it's a shame for this country. >> let me ask you the political question. most americans think she's dishonest and untrustworthy already. >> correct. >> okay. we learn last week she lied on the issue of benghazi. it was very clear because she was telling her daughter and the libyan president and the egyptian prime minister one thing as the same time she was telling us something else. she said she never sent or received anything classified. lie. james comey called her out on it. she said she carried one device for convenience. that was a lie, she carried multiple devices. she said she turned over everything that was work related. that was a lie too. she also said she erased e-mails because it was about yoga, a wedding, and a funeral. well, it turns out they find classified materials on that which she deleted, but they were able to recover. >> correct. >> another lie. >> right. >> is she the congenital liar that william safire once wrote about, a pathological liar? because she seems to lie every day. >> look, this was the worst
possible result that become the best possible result with no charges because i think while you're not wrong, sean. you're making good points. and indeed the president just happened to be on a plane with her a couple of hours after this. coincidence? i don't think so. >> i don't think so either. bill clinton meeting lynch was not a coincidence either. >> today makes this much more likely she'll be the next president. sean, i will tell you there are more unanswered questions -- >> even though she has been identified as lying throughout nor the last 16 month tos all of us. and you admit she lied? >> she certainly did not tell the truth, and comey said it today. >> i don't know what to say to that, jay. i mean, is that what the american people want? >> the american people didn't seem to get what was expected here. i mean james comey, with all due respect -- and i'm with the judge. i respect james comey, but i don't respect this decision. >> oh, no. >> and i don't respect the politics of this moment. and i don't respect that the attorney general of the united
states had bill clinton -- it is politicized and probably -- >> we need to talk about something. so loretta lynch, bill clinton goes. they have a half hour meeting talking about their grandchildren supposedly. then hillary gets the convenience of a saturday meeting. then, of course, she's out campaigning, as doug pointed out, with obama today, the same day comey says she's guilty of everything and other people would have been in trouble, but not her. and she lied about this, this, this, and this. really? is this the banana republic we now live in? >> sean, there's another piece to it. >> but this administration has consistently done this with these investigations. the irs investigation was a fake investigation. this was a fake investigation. the fix is in before they start. we're just seeing it played out in living color. >> judge? >> there's another piece to it. >> what? >> hillary clinton said that she would consider loretta lynch for her attorney general. and so when you put all those
pieces together, it's clear what the intent is. >> leaked it over the weekend. >> you know what happened here. this is a dark day for criminal justice. this is a dark day for the department of justice and the fbi. there's a lot of good people in those departments. >> i'm supporting hillary. i want her to be president. but jean anyone is right. it is a dark day for criminal justice. i say that as a democrat. >> she should have been indicted. >> certainly given what comey said, a grand jury should have been impaneled. >> so comey put hillary above the law. that would not happen to any of the rest of us. >> i think that's the only conclusion you can reach. >> he rewrote the law. the law has been rewritten here. gross negligence is extreme carelessness. he rewrote the law to -- >> and remember loretta lynch last week said, oh, don't worry. whatever the fbi says i'm going to do. yeah, she knew what the fbi was going to recommend. that's what you got. >> when she spoke, it was done. >> so when you talk about
extreme carelessness versus gross negligence and you pile on lie after lie after lie for 16 months. >> to me, that adds up to intent. it adds up to intent. no political consequences. the american public -- >> she deleted 34,000 e-mails. that doesn't show the intent that -- >> there is no need for intent. you don't even have to have intent for this crime. yet he imputed an intent requirement to a gross negligence statute that doesn't require it. it's im -- >> wouldn't this be a felony punishable by ten years. >> yes, it is a felony, absolutely. >> instead she's going to be in the oval office. >> well, let's hope not. >> you will -- >> what she would do as president, immigration, infrastructure, it's what i want. but i'm troubled by today. i have to say. >> what has she done so far? >> troubled. the rules are going out the window here. i would be handcuffed, mug
shotted and sent to prison, and you would be saying, sean is a nice guy. i used to like him. coming up, we have a busy night on "hannity." >> the facts
are pretty clear. i did not send nor receive anything that was classified at the time. >> 110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information at the time they were sent or received. >> fbi director james comey exposes hillary clinton's repeated lies about her private e-mail server. we're going to show you the tape back and forth and prove how many times she's lied, and we'll get reaction from laura ingraham and mike huckabee. then later tonight. >> it is possible that hostile actors gain the access to secretary clinton's personal e-mail account. >> did hillary also compromise your national security by using that private e-mail server? we'll check in with dr. sebastian gorka and lieutenant colonel ralph peters. plus eric trump will join us live in studio.
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will undergo blood tests on wednesday. that's because elevated lead levels have been detected in the drinking water at one office building on capitol hill. the discovery has triggered widespread concern. one lawmaker notes there are pregnant women who work on the hill. lead can be especially harmful to the unborn. now back to hannity. back to "hannity." welcome back to "hannity." james comey said the fbi doesn't recommend prosecuting hillary clinton for
using a private e-mail server during her time as secretary of state. comey's remarks did highlight multiple instances where clinton has been less than truthful in her numerous attempts to down play this ongoing scandal. take a look. >> i thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and personal e-mails instead of two. >> she also used numerous mobile devices to send and read e-mail on that personal domain. >> the facts are pretty clear. i did not send nor receive anything that was classified at the time.
>> 110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information at the time they were sent or received. eight of those chains contained information that was top-secret at the time they were sent. >> can you say with 100% certainty that the deleted e-mails that the fbi is not going to find anything in there that's going to cause you to have to explain again? >> all i can tell you is that when my attorneys conducted this exhaustive process, i did not participate. i'm, you know, very sure that my attorneys did the most meticulous job that could have been done. >> the lawyers doing the sorting for secretary clinton in 2014 did not individually read the content of all of her e-mails. it's also likely that there are other work-related e-mails that they did not produce to state and that we did not find elsewhere and that are now gone because they deleted all e-mails they did not produce to state, and the lawyers then
cleaned their devices in such a way as
to preclude complete forensic recovery. >> it had numerous safeguards. it was on property guarded by the secret service, and there were no security breaches. >> we assess it is possible that hostile actors gained access to secretary clinton's personal e-mail account. >> so many lies by hillary clinton. now, earlier tonight during a rally in north carolina, donald trump reacted to the fbi's recommendation. watch this. >> what's going on very big and big-league is what you witnessed today and over the last week. from bill clinton going to the plane and then to have what happened today, where essentially, i thought, everybody
thought, based on what was being said, she was guilty. she was guilty. and it turned out that we're not going to press charges. it's really amazing. but i'll tell you -- i'll tell you -- look, we have a rigged
system, folks. >> joining us now with reaction, fox news contributor laura ingraham, former arkansas governor mike huckabee. laura, on the one hand, i actually think is good for trump. i think trump is better off going up against hillary than biden or whoever they'd thrown in last minute. but let's go through these lies. she said one device. she had multiple devices. she never sent or received anything marked classified. that was a lie. you know, she turned over everything work-related. well, some of the deleted e-mails had classified information on it. so that was a lie too. numerous safeguards. there were zero safeguards in this case. cooperative as possible. turned over a server. okay. there were multiple servers. then, of course, we have the whole big lie about, well, those deleted e-mails were about yoga, a wedding, a funeral, and e-mails with bill clinton, who doesn't e-mail. how does this impact people's thoughts about her and the
election? >> well, i think, sean, when you look at the statute, a key provision of the statute, it's 18 usc 793, section f. and folks like andy mac carthy have written about this as well. they do not require a specific intent in the statute. it's enough that hillary clinton is a government official with years of experience to have acted with gross negligence, which frankly jim comey essentially said this today. that she acted extremely carelessly, i think he said, with extreme carelessness. her gross negligence in handling these documents at the very least is enough for a felony conviction. it defies reasonableness that there is no intent to subvert the law, sean, with a woman of her legal background going all the way back to watergate. in her experience to date, that someone with a private e-mail server was not trying to get around government rules and
regulations when it came to classified communication. in addition, remember in june of 2011, chuck grassley made a big deal of this back in january. she actually -- one of her staffers, jake sullivan, she ordered him to strip the header off of a document that they had to conclude was classified so she could send it over a non-secure server. that is also, in my view, prima facie evidence of her intent, which again you don't even need under the statute, to subvert the law. so i think comey had to do a lot of mental gymnastics. it's mind-blowing. he basically made the case against her. >> also 32,000 e-mails that she decided on her own that she was going to delete. >> of course. >> and some of which weren't classified. maybe we're playing clinton word games. extreme carelessness, gross negligence. i watched the first 15 minutes, and i thought, oh, my gosh,
comey is going to pull the trigger on this and do the right thing, until he got to the "however" part. reaction? >> well, we really learned three things today. number one, we learned there is a u.s. criminal code, and there's a u.s. clinton code. and it's very different. different set of rules for the clintons than it is for everybody else, including you and me. the second thing we learned was that hillary clinton was reckless. she was negligent, and that she was careless. and that means we've learned that nobody who is that reckless and careless with national security ought ever to be elected president and have the nuclear codes, for heaven's sakes. the third thing we leaat james e the next contest tant they'll be announcing on "dancing with the stars" because he did a miraculously amazing two-step today in just being able to say that despite the fact that she had clearly violated all kinds of laws for which people are right now in prison, hillary is
going to join the olympic skate team for being a gold medal skater, skating on thin ice. >> comey put hillary above the law today, and that -- and he laid out the case as well as anybody at how this should be a criminal case. and then, laura, he said one thing that really struck me. he said to be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances, that a person engaging in this activity would face no consequences. to the contrary, those individuals are often subject to security and administrative sanctions. >> right. >> i have a whole list of people who have been. >> right. well ca
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we have a president who is out campaigning for crooked hillary clinton, and he should be homewo working on isis where the threat is getting worse and worse. he should be working on trade. he should be working on the borders. people are flowing into our country from lots of places. but from syria, no more. no more, okay? they're not coming. no more. >> that was donald trump earlier tonight at a rally in north carolina. joining us now, donald trump's son, eric trump. good to see you, sir. appreciate you being here. at least to operate air force one for an hour, hillary and obama out there today, it's $206,000 an hour, and that doesn't include all the --
>> secret service, local police, everything else. >> everything else associate with it. taxpayers pay for it. shouldn't the campaign pay for that. >> there's no question, but it's not surprising. hillary, under the state department, she lost $6 billion. it went into thin air. think about the good that kind of money could have done for america, right? think about the good. >> you do a lot of philanthropy. you know about these -- think about, so he's getting as the chancellor of this laureate university, he's getting $16.5 million over a couple-year period of time. and the state department, while she's the secretary of state, gives that university system $55 million. isn't that called a kick back? >> that's one small example. we've talked about this a million times. she made $141 million. she was secretary of state at the time. she was a government employee who made $141 million. i mean when is it said that can have another job while being a government employee, especially secretary of state
this is somebody supposed to be defending u.s. interests around the world. it is truly tragic. it is truly, truly sad. >> i think the conflict of interest is so great, and for a week i kept putting up on the screen the money she would take from countries that treat women, gays, lesbians, christians, and jews horribly. and she took all this money. how could she possibly say no to them? they're buying her influence. >> especially as secretary of state. saudi arabia was one of them. they gave her $25 million. you know how they treat women there. i mean it's really, really tragic. i mean it's really, really tragic. it is such a shame. i mean it's almost like our government has become third world. this is not how the united states should -- >> well said. this is something i would expect. james comey today is something i would think i would see in cuba or venezuela. she lied last week, we learned about. she told us that it was a youtube video, but she told her daughter and the libyan president and the egyptian prime minister that it was a youtube video. well, she said she never sent or
received classified information. lie. false. she deleted 30 some odd thousand e-mails. they weren't about yoga, a wedding and a funeral because some of those were classified. we had top secret classified information. she had multiple devices, multiple servers, not the ones she claimed. she didn't even turn over, you know, all her servers. she turned over a server. >> she also stated that she turned over all her e-mails and they weren't. even as of last week. what happened today is another, you know, very, very sad thing. i mean i think it really kind of almost undermines, you know, what people expect from the fbi. i mean here comey came out and said that what she did was reckless, it was totally careless. it puts our national security in jeopardy. it compromised our assets overseas. but, yet, you know, nothing. here you go. you go on your way, and it's very sad. then she's talking about how, you know, loretta lynch would absolutely have a job in her administration, and i'm sure comey would as well. i mean it really is a pay to play system within government. it's you protect me, i protect
you. we'll all go on to the next administration. you'll keep your job. i'll make sure to protect you. what happened with bill and loretta lynch this weekend was tragic. >> let's go back to that because interestingly, so bill and loretta lynch meet on the plane. now, "the new york times," interestingly, they didn't even report on it the next day. but, all right. so that meeting happens. she gets the convenience of a saturday three and a half hour session with the fbi. i don't know how many other people would be accommodated that way. then comey comes out, and she's on air force one and we're paying for it with barack obama campaigning for her today. >> all while insulting our intelligence saying that two people met at an airport and went on to each other's private planes to talk about grandkids for half an hour. we're all big boys and girls. that's not what you do. you don't speak about grandkids for a half an hour and you don't go on people's private planes and wait for people for long periods of time to talk about grandchildren when your wife is under federal investigation. it's also really -- i mean it's
questioning our intelligence as a nation. but i mean this is just repetitive. whether it be the $141 million she made as secretary of state, whether it be statements like that, i mean it really questions the intelligence of the american people. i think people are quite frankly fed up with this nonsense. >> but it does feed into the narrative. your dad is really good at branding people, and we saw that in the primaries. but crooked hillary. the last two weeks, benghazi, the benghazi report. then of course today. i mean i watched the first 15 minutes of comey, and i said, wow, he's going to do it. >> he's going to do it, yeah. >> then at the end it was the "however" even though other people have done far less and got ensevere penalties. isn't it better in the end for your dad, if you really think about it, that she survive as a weak candidate, that people do not trust, do not believe is honest, and she be the candidate. >> honestly, it's selfish thinking. to think that way is sell tib. it's saying let's take all the rules, let's take the
constitution of the united states, all the laws, shred it. >> it's sad. >> somebody can make that argument, and hillary has probably more baggage than any politician out there. she is arguably the most corrupt politician we've ever seen in this country, right? there's no question about it. it's situation after situation after situation. she's always on the losing end of it. but at the same time, i mean this country has to have a system of laws. you saw what happened to general petraeus. you saw what happened to so many others who did small infractions. here she risked people's lives. she was cavalier about it. she knew exactly what she was doing. she deleted e-mails under personalry. >> she lied repeatedly. >> by the way, it cost people their lives in benghazi, and it cost this nations trillions and trillions of dollars. every week now we have another terrorist attack, whether it's orlando, whether it's turkey, whether it's san bernardino. i mean the list goes on and on. it's only getting worse, sean. it's only getting worse. >> we had men and women in military that were told to change their clothes four times out of uniform. >> as opposed to going and getting people who were getting
shot at. >> they never sent anybody to help these americans under attack. it's unbelievable. >> they're not helping the soldiers there. they're making career decisions. they're not making patriotic decisions. they're not making america first decisions. they're making career decisions there. >> last question. how soon can we expect a v.p. choice? >> hopefully fairly soon. hopefully in the next couple of weeks. he's really putting a tremendous amount of -- >> before the convention maybe? >> time and attention. listen, time will tell. time will tell. >> you're not giving me anything on this, are you? >> he's putting a lot of work into it. it's arguay the most important decision any candidate has to make and it's taking it incredibly seriously. >> thank you for being with us. when we come back, who should donald trump pick to be his running mates new reports cate he is narrowing down that list. what if one piece of kale could protect you from diabetes? what if one sit-up could prevent heart disease?
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here to weigh in, lisa booth and republican strategist, florida congressional candidate, noel mcclure. so news is at 40, joany ernst in second place with 30%. sessions at 14. pence around 7%. corker, 1.5. i'll tell you why i like newt. you tell me if i'm right or wrong. if donald trump wants to be the real reform president he says he wants to be there is only one guy that can help him get there. help him with congress, he's a brilliant tactionist. i say newt is the guy. noelle? >> newt is my pick. if you notice, donald trump is going to tell us different things he's going to do but he
is talking around it. he needs someone like newt gingrich to give the ticket value rid ti and more substance and some of the guys on the side lines may be moved if they see someone that knows his business and knows the subject, like newt gingrich. >> i think that donald trump is an unorthodox candidate, right? he comes if the business world. he's not going to be viewing this selection process if the same political lens that hillary clinton is. if you look at someone like former speaker newt gingrich, not only does he check the box of someone that understands capitol hill, and inner workings of capitol hill, like donald trump said he's going to do, but -- >> he's the most-dramatic change, he's not a half measures guy. i don't think this is a half measures moment for the country. go with one guy that did
something big and transformative for the country. joni ernst has relatively little national experience. pence is pretty establishment. i don't see pence walking into paul ryan's office and telling him how it's going to be but i see newt doing that. >> we see hillary clinton's against donald trump, the question about his temperment, he needs someone like newt gingrich or similar that has a measured hand and can help balance out the ticket. that is something newt gingrich represents. >> i'll ask you both. noelle, you said you would pick newt. >> i think donald trump listens to donald trump.
he has a lot of great advisors around him, but donald trump is still going to do, at the end of the day, what he feels is the right thing. i will say he has good people around him, you know? he mentioned about carl icon. >> any predictions? what do you think? >> i think newt gingrich. >> lisa? who do you think? >> i won't be surprised if he picked newt gingrich. >> i hope he does. newt, i think if he wants to be that reform guy, that is the guy that will be able to help him win and govern. guys good to see you both. thank you. >> thank you. >> when we come back, a 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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