so, for those who missed the top of the show, we have posted on fafafafafafafafafacebook.com love your thoughts on twitter, as well. thanks so much for watching. see you tomorrow at 9:00. welcome to "hannity," and tonight donald trump's surge for his running mate is now in the final stages. in just a few minutes we'll check in with newt gingrich and eric trump, they'll join us. first, the presumptive republican nominee spent most of the day today in indiana. he met with hoosier state governor mike pence and former speaker of the house newt gingrich and yesterday chris christie met with members of the trump family. and earlier tonight trump told our own bret bayer about where he is in the process. watch this. >> indiana's been special to me, and i think, you know, the level of receptivity that i've had
here is incredible, and the governor has been -- he's been amazing. so, we'll see what happens. newt gingrich is coming in today to see me here, who is, by the way -- >> down to two? >> i'll tell you, chris christie is somebody i've liked a long time. he's a total professional, he's a good guy, by the way, a lot of people don't understand that. i'm narrowing it down. i'm at three, potentially four, but in my own mind, i probably am thinking about two. >> all right, joining us now probably one of those two, former speaker of the house newt gingrich. good to see you again. >> it's good to be with you. >> how long did you meet with mr. trump today? >> oh, about two and a half hours. >> wow. that's a long time. >> we had a great conversation, covered a lot of territory. you know, i think he has very big plans for america, and really does want to make america great again for all americans, and we're kicking around everything from the role of the vice president, to how you would manage the relationship with the
congress to get things done. you know, it was a very complete thought one that was totally candid on both sides. >> other people in the room or just the two of you? >> oh, sure. you're about to have one of them in just a minute, eric was right there, so was don, so was ivan ka and jared, and paul maniford, who's doing a terrific job leaning into the convention next week, so that was the core group. i thought it was, frankly, an honor to be part of that conversation and part of that group. >> was it what you expected? do you walk out of that kind of meeting with a different impression than maybe you had going in? do you have a sense or feel where maybe mr. trump is leaning in terms of selecting a person? did you feel like confident that, oh, it might be me? >> first of all, it was a very refreshing meeting to be in a
practical, roll up your sleeves, let's talk about getting it done, you know, from a guy who used to build buildings for a living. he understands being very practical. most practical talk i've ever had with him. start there, i felt very good about it. second, i would say he clearly, i think, is down to two, as he hinted in talking to bret bayer, and mike pence is a great personal friend. we've worked together on many projects over the years. he had a fine career in the u.s. house. ended up as the fourth ranking republican in the house. really done a fine job, been a very good governor of indiana, so, you know, at the same time i think mike would say he's a good friend of mine and probably be similarly blown if he was on the show talking about me. so i think trump has a tough call because he's got two really good, but really different, choices. i think it will be interesting to see -- certainly, i'm one of
the people sitting by the phone waiting tomorrow to see what he decides. >> what do you think the differences are? >> well, i think that pence has a terrific ability to bring together the regular party and to reach out to many, many people he served with in the house and that he's known through the republican governors association, and i think he would be a very stabilizing force. i think a lot of people who are a little jittery about donald trump would feel reassured talking with pence, and that he could spend a good bit of july and august bringing back the party regulars and getting them inside. in a sense, doing for trump what george h.w. bush did for ronald reagan in 1980. i think my strength is totally different. i'm an outsider, i'm oriented towards moving the great base of the party, communicating big ideas, being on television. so i think trump's got to decide, does he want a second
person who's really as effective on television, or does he want somebody who's really good at reaching out on a personal basis to a lot of people who, frankly, trump may not be able to reach on his own. that's a very big decision for him. >> did you get the sense that he really hasn't made up his mind? did you get the sense he was leaning one way or another? i assume if he's meeting mike pence and you on the same day, he hasn't made up his mind. >> i think it's fair to say some time tomorrow -- point he made at the end of our meeting to all of us, only one person knows who is going to be the vice president, and that person doesn't know yet. i thought that was a good way to put it. >> okay. >> that was him. he's on the way to california. i suspect some time tomorrow that mike and i will both get phone calls, and one of us will be packing our bags to go to new york and the other one will be going to watch it on tv. and we'll find out tomorrow afternoon at some point which
one is which. but i think -- >> you think the announcement is tomorrow? >> no, the announcement is friday, but in order to get the candidate to new york, the candidate has to know on thursday. >> yeah, they've got to know on thursday, i would agree with that. you mention something that's really important, i think, because i think it's such an important decision, almost like a marriage in a lot of ways, what do you see as the role of the vp? if i were to name a few things, one, he has to be able to debate, two, prosecute the case against hillary and her vice president, also, i think, make the case for donald trump forcefully and effectively, somebody that you need by your side if god forbid a 9/11, a pearl harbor, or some financial crisis hits. i think those are all very important, and can they fill that job if god forbid anything ever happened to the president? what did you tell him you thought the role would be? >> well, first of all, talked about it before, the first thing
is, could this person be president? i'm going to be totally irresponsible to put a person in the vice presidential nomination who couldn't be president. that, after all, is the number one reason they exist in the constitution. second, i think, does the chemistry thing? candidates need to have somebody with them that makes them feel better about themselves. somebody where they are enjoying it and they are having a lot of fun doing things. third, i think it depends on how you want to define the way you're going to operate. some vice presidents have very big roles, joe biden, because he's been in the senate so long, has been very helpful. the only times obama gets anything brokered in the senate, joe biden did it. obama has no reach in the senate, and so, you know, trump's got to decide in part, not just what do i want from now to election day, but what do i want over the next four and maybe eight years. >> that's the important part. >> as a working partner.
>> look, if he's going to build a wall, balance a budget, send education back to the states, if he's going to put in health care savings accounts, if he's going to fix the va, build up our military, defeat isis, have better relations with our allies and adversaries and deal with all this, all of this, we have big challenges. become energy independent. these are not small issues, they are transformative. you used the word chemistry. how is your chemistry? >> donald and i get along very, very well. we've known him a long time and get along very, very well with the whole family. i think also he's got very good chemistry with the pence family. i think he's been very taken getting to know mike and his family better. that's a fact you'll hear. also remember when they brought in a.b. and he wants to vet everybody. to be really fair to trump, he had a very wide range of people, and i would have to say, this is
little self serving because i'm probably one of the two finalists, but on balance he got down to a circle, reach out a little further beyond christie and include sessions, jeff sessions the senator, these are all first rate people. this was not a futile exercise. >> i agree. you mention vetting, and i would probably imagine, look, it was a pretty contentious time, but you got a lot of things done and i don't think you get things done in washington without stepping on some toes. i would assume probably on paper pence maybe vetted a little more clean than you did. i'm just guessing. and then i'm thinking, if we were vetting donald trump, how would he vet if somebody else was vetting him and that becomes an interesting question, right? >> the nice thing, and a.b. says it very well, for the presidential nominee, the vetters are called the american people. >> that's right. >> and if they vet you, you're fine. but for the vice president, you
have to have a different standard because the vice president is not going through the primaries, is not getting that kind of rugged scrutiny, so it's actually more intense vetting vice presidential candidates than it is vetting the president. now, the fact is, i don't know if i should say this, but it's so much fun i'm going to. look, in many ways donald trump is like a pirate. he's outside the normal system, he gets things done, he's bold, he's actually like a figure out of a movie. in a lot of ways, my entire career has been a little bit like a pirate. i've taken on the establishment in both parties, very prepared to fight in the media. one of the hard questions on the way to california, do you really want a two-pirate ticket, or do you want to take a very solid guy -- >> you want a really bold, transformative team that is going to fight hard? >> no, but in all fairness, you look at what mike pence did in the congress and what mike pence
has done in indianapolis as governor, building on an extraordinary record of mitch daniel, indiana has a great story to tell. but his style is different than mine. you could make a pretty good argument that with somebody as big and as noisy as donald trump, having someone who's a little bit quieter and a little bit more -- >> i think you're a little quieter. you're making me laugh. >> that's true. i am a little quieter than donald trump. >> does it matter this is an outsider here? look at what happened in great britain, for example, and leaving the e.u. is that an appetite for that level of boldness? >> look, i'm not trying to make the case for mike, although if i think he came on, he would try to make an equally good case for me, but i'll tell you this, mike was the only member of the senior leadership that spoke at the tea party rally in washington in 2010. now, that was a pretty good commitment towards being an outsider. my only point is this -- and
this is a little self serving, because one of them is me, i think trump has two very good people he's looking at in a serious way. i think that he's also looked at chris christie and jeff sessions and others, but my hunch is he's flying to california thinking about, you know, gingrich, pence. pence, gingrich. and he's doing it right. this is the most serious decision he will make during the campaign, and he has been very methodical, very open to advice from a lot of people, but he knows in the end this is donald trump's decision. >> mr. speaker, it's historic. it's interesting to get inside a meeting like that. thank you for sharing that with us. we appreciate it. and when we come back, we'll have more on donald trump's vp search. eric trump has been in most of the closed door meetings with potential contenders. he'll join us in studio next. plus, brand new poll numbers show donald trump surging in very important key swing states, florida, pennsylvania, ohio.
needs to be in terms of resolving issues between police and the communities they serve. the president holding a meeting to hear from politicians, community activists and law enforcement officials. prosecution and defense lawyers have received more time to prepare for trial in dylann roof's trial. i'm jackie ibanez. now back to "hannity." welcome back to "hannity." joining us now with more on donald trump's vp search from the trump organization, he's known well by his father, eric trump. so you've been in a lot of these meetings now. we just talked to newt. look, i'm not going to ask who he's picking, you're not going to answer it. tell us about the process, you being there, your brother and sister being there. tell us about it.
he narrowed the list down quickly to ten, then five, now down to a couple. the decision hasn't been made, but he's really considering a couple people and i think they are exceptional. >> is this something now that you know your dad, i'm talking only about the thought process that you think he would go through. everybody in the family waiting, all people, ime, and now it's him? >> at the end of the day, it's his decision. we're family, we always weigh in and give our opinions on everything, whether he likes it or not, but this is his decision. you know, you're going to live with this person for four or eight years, you're going to be in the most stressful situations with this person. this is a person who, you know, has to carry so much weight in an administration, has to be your right-hand man or woman. it's an amazing person, and you have to get it right. you just have to get this person right. he's put so, so much thought into this. >> that's what newt gingrich said, he thought he had a very
sober approach to it and deliberative approach. >> sometimes there's not a perfect answer. there's so many pros and cons to so many people, so you find the best one, but i mean, you really have all-stars, what's the best basketball player? there's so many different ways, what's the best quarterback, so many different ways to define the person's different qualities and i think same with politics. >> true, nfl draft, it's crazy. should i pick this person or that quarterback, you know, and i think newt was right in saying number one criteria, if god forbid something happened to your father, could somebody fill that position, that's number one. i also think the campaign part of it, two parts of it, campaign and governing part, i think you need somebody who can prosecute fiercely. >> prosecuting the case against hillary isn't all that hard. >> that's a good point. i think i do that every night,
too, so that's part of it. build up your dad, sell his agenda, and i think loyalty is a big part. also i do believe there's another challenge your dad may have, and i'm getting annoyed at some of these guys in washington, including some of his former competitors, you might be going up against a hostile paul ryan on issues about trade and immigration and people coming from countries to practice sharia. it's going to be a tough sell to some of these guys. >> the party has come around a lot, but at the same time my father's platform is he's not a politician. he's running not to become a politician, he's running to fix the problems politicians created. he also doesn't know the hallways of washington, so i think you need somebody that fills that role and knows so many of those people, and i think all the finalists know those people very, very well. they've been ingrained for a long time, incredibly well respected, so it's a person who fills the buckets the best and that's the decision he has to make. >> let me ask this question, and i don't want to know the answer
of who, but was there a moment maybe your dad turned to all of you and said, who do you like? if you had to pick, did that happen? >> i think so. i think many of those moments. last night we had an unbelievable rally in indiana. >> why were you in indiana, by the way, to meet pence? >> yeah, we were there with pence, 10,000 people, unbelievable stadium. pence went up and gave a great introduction with my father, but it was just kind of an amazing night and you really see these people in action. we've seen christie in action, we've seen newt, obviously, in action. we've seen so many of the other people on that list in action, but it's great to kind of see these people and have it be contextual in their setting and up on the stump like that and see two people together. it's really fascinating. >> has it donned on you how profound this next week of your life is going to be? >> sure, sure, absolutely. >> pretty amazing, right? >> history in the making.
that's what my father is doing, incredible. i don't have the polls in front of me. >> up in florida, ohio, and pennsylvania. >> five points up in florida, two points up in pennsylvania, ohio he's up, tight in connecticut. i mean, it's incredible. it's absolutely incredible. i can tell you hillary is not happy right now. i can absolutely tell you hillary is not happy. >> hillary should be happy she's not in jail. >> fair enough, but on the spectrum, and next week with the convention, we have an amazing, amazing convention. i think it's going to blow people away some of the speakers we have, everybody in the world wanted to speak at the convention. >> i want to, too, but i'm not allowed. listen, thanks for sharing everything that happened, and we'll be watching. people know by friday? >> we'll see. he's got a decision to make in the next couple days. he's going to announce it when he announces it, but we'll see. believe me, he's putting a lot of thought into this, taking it immensely serious. he's got some awesome, awesome people.
welcome to "hannity." tonight, donald trump is surging in the polls, overtaking hillary clinton in some very key swing states. and tonight at the "hannity" big board with more is our friend heather nauert from "fox and friends," how are you? >> great to see you. hillary clinton controversy appear to be catching up with her. in critical 2016 swing states, quinnipiac university is out with brand new poll numbers and appear to be good for donald trump. in florida donald trump is leading 42 to 39% and in ohio, it is a dead heat now with trump and clinton tied at 41%. sean, this quinnipiac poll also
revealed really interesting information about the mood of the voters in some of these states. when posed with the statement the old way of doing things no longer works and we need radical change, more than 70% of those polled in all of those states say that they agree with that statement. now, we also have some brand new fox news poll numbers that were just out tonight in some key battleground states. in colorado, clinton has 44% and trump has 34%, but 22% of voters surveyed are either unsure who they'll support or are not voting or getting behind another candidate, they say, so still plenty of time to win over voters in that state. then in virginia, clinton with 44% and trump with 37%, but again, 19% of voters who aren't supporting either candidate right now. as always, sean, we'll continue to keep a close watch on these polls for 2016. >> heather nauert, thank you so much. joining us now with reaction, washington examiner contributor lisa booth, fox news former clinton pollster doug
shelden, kelly ann conway, also works for the trump campaign. if you actually -- he wins all three big states, ohio, pennsylvania, and florida if you put in gary jogary johnson. what do you make of the polls? >> it's remarkable gary johnson is taking more from hillary clinton than donald trump. that went against conventional wisdom, but many bernie sanders voters don't trust her, don't think she's going to be the progressive liberal that they want. the other thing is, better news for donald trump in the state polls. he's winning independents by double digits, he's beating her in florida among men by 29 points, she's only winning women by 12 points. the other thing i'd like to point out is, he seems to be beating her in most of the age categories. she's doing slightly better among young people, but it's remarkable, with the exception
of older women who really do want to see the first female president, nobody else really feels compelled to make that call right now. this is great news for donald trump who spent zero on ads last month, she spent $30 million, she has the endorsement of barack obama. >> certainly a down turn for her. you're predicting she's going to win, but ohio is neck and neck, same thing in florida. trump is pulling away, up by six in another poll. >> let me give you an objective sense of where we stand. with we are in a very, very close race now. >> jump ball? >> i think it probably is. i think there's a slight advantage for secretary clinton, largely because of the electoral map, i could cite polls contrary to the ones you and kelly ann cited, but the larger point, this is a very close election. it was a very, very bad week for the secretary of state, but she's got bernie onboard,
elizabeth warren. >> her choice for vp? her choice? >> if i was making a decision tonight, i would go to sharon brown, because you need to win ohio. republicans -- >> by the way, we both yawned at the same time. >> both yawn because it's very, very clear that this is a state that is must win and if you're dismissing it -- i know you guys are not advocating for the democrats. >> she should already be winning ohio. >> you deal with what is. >> they don't like her cold comments in ohio. she made the comments in west virginia, that travels right across ohio, pennsylvania, indiana, illinois, wisconsin. >> go ahead, lisa? >> sean, it's not just the fact he's either winning or tied in these three critical swing states, another important issue is the fact that his message that he's driving, they resinate with voters. if you look at some of the three biggest points, majority of voters feel the system is broken.
they want radical change. they feel foreign trade agreements hurt them personally and public officials don't care about people like them and what are the messages we keep hearing donald trump talking about? keep talking about the people who feel left behind, how the system is rigged against the working class voter and i think those messages that he is driving are going to be impactful, particularly in these states like pennsylvania and ohio. >> i got to run, thank you. coming up, chicago seeing a surge in violence. thousands now have been shot and hundreds have been murdered so far this year. and the president and liberals, guess what, they remain silent. we'll check in with dr. ben carson, the reverend, and later plans for donald trump's border wall are included in the draft of the republican party platform. wow, we'll talk about it straight ahead.
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welcome back to "hannity." tonight, nearly eight years after president obama was elected on the mantle of hope and change, his hometown of chicago is facing a hopeless p epidemic of violent shootings. this is not getting the attention it deserves from the mainstream media and as the death toll in chicago continues to climb, the president himself has been noticeably quiet. now, for example, look at some of the recent headlines from the windy city. according to "the chicago tribune" just yesterday, three people killed, seven others wounded. but that's not all. chicago's children are all too often becoming victims of this violent crime epidemic. could you imagine reading these headlines? for example, june 20th, three boys critically injured in woodlawn shooting. june 29th, 4-year-old child shot in the face in parkway gardens. july 2 7bd, father, two children killed in shooting.
july 5th, cousins 5 and 8 shot while playing with sparklers. july 6th, 4-year-old shot in the back in drive-by on south side. sadly, we could go on and on. since the president took office, there have been at least 3,470 murders in chicago. by the way, many others shot. so why doesn't our commander in chief speak out about this? rushes to judgment in ferguson and trayvon martin, during this segment tonight on the right side of your screen we're going to be contrscrolling through th names of people killed in the windy city only going through january 2015. 3,470 killed in chicago since obama has been president. you have not heard of any of these names. here with reaction, former 2016 presidential candidate dr. ben carson. dr. carson, why does the president only weigh in on high profile racial shootings?
470 dead chicago residents, his hometown, we don't know these names, we haven't heard these names. why does he only weigh in on other incidents? >> well, it's not just him. it's also the mainstream media. why are they not complaining about the carnage that is going on? innocent children being killed? it represents such an incredible hypocrisy and double standard. those lives matter also, and if you think about how those people get injured, they were injured by people who have a blatant disregard for the sanctity of life of people who are around them. those lives matter nothing to them. why are we not going after those people? >> i think that's a great point. you know, it's very frustrating, even today this guy from black lives matter, a group that's chanced pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon, this guy that's a member of that group, some of
the members have chanted these things and one black lives dallas chapter said, oh, this texas shooting of five officers is justified. these cops have been killing our black men and women every day and getting away with it. i have no sympathy whatsoever for the cops or their families. they didn't give a damn when it's our black men and women. what's good for the goose is good for the gander. why isn't a guy at the white house today on a day they are burying these police officers? >> it's pretty amazing and i suspect, okay, we get your point. we're leaving. you guys are on your own. then they would be saying you're racist, prejudice against us, you don't want to protect us. the hypocrisy is unbelievable, but the problem is the carnage. all of those children, all of those young men, they have families, they have mothers, they have people who love them. when are we as a nation going to wake up and recognize that this is a severe internal problem that we have to deal with?
it's the family structure that has deteriorated to the point where people no longer have values. we're divorcing ourselves from morality. the church is no longer relevant, and what are we substituting for it? a philosophy, hillary clinton's hero who she wrote her thesis about, whose book is dedicated to lucifer. this is where we're going. we have got to wake up. >> all right, dr. carson, always good to see you. i suspect you'll be in that administration, too, i'm pretty confident. joining me now, fox news contributor beau dietl and a senior pastor, ceo of the national diversity coalition for trump, reverend darrell scott. reverend, i know you care about this, bo, i know you care about it. you don't know any of those names, if you do, one or two cases. 3,470, we don't hear a peep out of obama.
he's spoken out in eight years nine times, but if it's a high profile case, he's front and center. if it advances a narrative he'll rush to judgment, no facts, no due process, no assumption of innocence. what are we to make of that? >> well, i believe it's because their deaths do not reflect negatively on his presidency. the deaths are not political. trayvon martin, freddie gray, michael brown, alton sterling, their deaths became political and reflected negatively on this presidency and the democratic party, so there had to be a statement made, especially during this election time. but you know what we lack right now, dr. ben carson eluded to it, what we don't have right now is that one singular unifying black leader who commands both respect and obedience. martin luther king commanded respect and obedience by his
followers. malcolm x, he commanded respect and obedience. president obama does not have that type of obedience, nor does he have that type of respect, and the reason is because he's a moot action their rather than proaction their, so he'll come when something happens. be sympathetic. >> wrong in cambridge, wrong with trayvon and george zimmerman, wrong in ferguson. bo dietl, this narrative becomes very anticop. we don't know those people's names. >> i was a homicide detective. today i did a lot of homework, got pages and pages and pages. people don't realize since january this year, 2,110 people were shot. last year the total was 2,900. i have a map over here where i show all the shootings since january. you can see the clusters here. i have never seen anything like this, even as a homicide
detective in new york. we're talking about 1970s here, but the population of chicago is so small. when you get a 3 year old and a 10 year old shot with their dad, sitting in their apartment, sean, i mean it's outrageous. looking at these kids getting shot in the back, in the face. >> where is the outrage? >> if there was a racial narrative or cop versus a plaque suspect of some kind or unarmed person of some kind, the president would jump all over it. we're losing our children. these kids, we're losing our kids, we're getting people shot and killed. and then he only jumps in when he gets a political narrative. >> i get really angry, best is all a sudden jesse jackson comes out of his cage sucking up to hillary, hugging and kissing. you know what, it's his turn in the white house. al sharpton is out, jesse is in with whatever her name is. >> i got to break, but i appreciate you guys being with
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donald trump is going to do better than other republicans with hispanic voters. recent polls show that, yes, he is doing better with hispanic voters than mitt romney or john mccain. why do you think that is? >> ab sloutly. that's because we are law-abiding, orderly people. and we do just want the immigration enforcement. we don't want to have to compete with illegal immigrants if r our jobs. we want to be safe. we want our children to be safe. many la ttinos that live along e border. we also want to make sure that something is done about a the drug problem. you have heroin and cocaine. this poison by the truckload. so what donald trump is doing with this wall is we're finally pushing back and doing something about that problem that nobody wants to adjust. >> did you see the interview or read the comments of jeb bush that he made this week? trump is never going to build
this wall. i'm like, yeah, i think he's going to build the wall. >> it will happen. it could easily happen by limiting the remittances that illegal immigrants here from mexico can send back to mexico. we told mexico that's either going to stop or you're going to have to pay $5 billion, whatever amount we determine is appropriate, towards that wall. it's their choice. it could be done very easterly and it will be done. >> chris, i'll give you the last word. >> i think if you look at the platform, it's not just the wall but the party is standing firmly and favorably in enforcing our laws and rejecting the amnesty and bring iing back the rule of law. now you have the democrat who is are doubling down on the executive amnesty. they want more amnesty. the american public now has a choice like no other choice. the republican party is standing firmly for the rule of law. the democrats for the opposite. i think trump is going to win because of that. >> chris, thank you for helping to get that done. and a.j., you have been a
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way. make sure you follow their bus tour on social media and ul be meeting up with them in cleveland. that's all the time we have left. we'll see you from ohio tomorrow nighack in august, a new set. here's greta. >> you're watching the number one prime time of all the cable. >> well, this wild. secret meetings. well, not so secret anymore. all of donald trump's top presidential picks are spotted entering and exiting donald trump's hotel. and right now former speaker of the house newt gingrich. indiana governor mike pence and new jersey governor chris christie all top the short list. but don't count out alabama senator jeff sessions. >> this morning the presumptive nominee fueling speculation that he and some of his family members visited the home of one of the top candidates indiana governor mike pence. >> holding a lot of meetings at the conrad hotel. still meeting with newt gingrich. a meeting that's been going on for an awful long time. >> the other top vp contender said to include new jersey governor chris chri