program. we opened up a new chapter with the people of cuba. brought nearly 200 nations together around a climate agreement that could save this planet for our children. we put policies in place to help students with loans, protect consumers from fraud, cut veterans' homelessness almost in half and through countless acts of courage, america learned love has no limits and marriage equality is now a reality across the land. by so many measures, our country is stronger, and more prosperous than it was when we started. and through every victory, every
set back, i have insisted that change is never easy and never quick. and we wouldn't meet all of our challenges in one term or one presidency or one lifetime. i'm here to tell you yes, we've still got more work to do for every american still in need of a good job or raise, paid leave or a decent retirement. for every child who needs a sturdier ladder out of poverty and for everyone who has not felt the progress of the last seven and a half years we need to keep making our streets safer and our criminal justice system fair. our homeland more secure, our world more peaceful, and sustainable for the next generation. we're not done perfecting our union. we're living up to our founding
creed that all of us are created equal. all of us are free in the eyes of god. and that work involves a big choice this november. i think it's fair to say this is not your typical election. it's not just a choice between parties or policies. the usual debates between left and right. this is a more-fundamental choice. about who we are as a people. and whether we stay true to this great american experiment in self government. look. we democrats have always had plenty of differences with the republican party. there is nothing wrong with that. it's precisely this concept of ideas that pushes our country
forward. but what we heard in cleveland last week wasn't particularly republican and it wasn't conservative. what we heard was a deeply pessimistic vision of a country where we turn against each other, and turn away from the rest of the world. there were no serious solutions to pressing problems. just a fanning of resentment and blame and anger and hate. and that is not the america i know. the america i know is full of courage and optimism and the america i know is decent, and generous. sure, we have real anxieties about paying the bills and protecting our kids. caring for a sick parent. we get frustrated with political
gridlock. and worry about racial division. we're shocked and saddened by the madness of orlando or nice. there are pockets of america that never recovered from factory closures. men who took pride in hard work and providing for their families who now feel forgotten. parents who wonder whether their kids will have the same opportunities we had. all of that is real. we're challenged to do better. to be better. but as i traveled this country, through all 50 states, as i rejoiced with you and mourned with you, what i have also seen more than anything is what is right with america.
i see people working hard and starting businesses. i see people teaching kids and country. i see engineers inventing stuff. doctors coming up with new cures. i see a younger generation full of energy and new ideas, not constrained by what is, ready to seize what ought to be. and most of all, i see americans of every party, every background, every faith, who believe we're stronger together. black, white, latino, asian, native american, young, old, gay, straight, men, women, folks with disabilities. all pledging allegiance under the proud flag under this bold country that we love. that is the america i know. there is only one candidate in this race that believes in that
future. that devoted her life for that future. a mother and a grandmother. a leader with real plans to breakdown barriers and blast through glass ceilings and widen the circle of opportunity of every single american. the next president of the united states, hillary clinton. now, eight years ago, that's right. let me tell you.
eight years ago, you may remember hillary and i were rivals for the democratic nomination. we battled for a year and a half. let me tell you it was tough. because hillary was tough. i was worn out. she was doing everything i was doing. but just like ginger rogers, it was backwards, in heels. and every time i thought i might have had the race won, hillary just came back stronger. but after it was all over, i asked hillary to join my team. and she was a little surprised. some of my staff was surprised.
but ultimately, she said yes. because she knew that what was at stake was bigger than either of us. and for four years, i had a front row seat to her intelligence, her judgment, and her discipline. i came to realize her unbelievable work ethic wasn't for praise or attention. that she was in this for everyone who needs a champion. i understood that after all these years, she has never forgotten just who she's fighting for. hillary has still got the tenacity she had as a young woman, working at the children's defense fund, going door to door to make sure kids with
disabilities could get a quality education. she still got the heart she showed as our first lady, working to help push through a childrens health insurance program that to this day, protects millions of kids. she still was with the memory of every american who lost a family member, she fought hard to help the city rebuild. she sat with me in the situation room and forcefully argued in favor of the mission that took out bin laden. you know, nothing truly prepares you for the demands of the oval office. you can read about it.
you can study it. but until you've sat at that desk you don't know what it's like to manage a global crisis or send young people to war. but hillary has been in the room. she's been part of those decisions. she knows what is at stake in the decisions our government makes. what is at stake for the working family, for senior citizens. for small business owners. for the soldiers. for the veterans. and even in the midst of crisis, she listens to people and she keeps her cool and treats everybody with respect. and no matter how daunting the odds, no matter how much people try to knock her down, she never, ever quits.
that is the hillary i know. that is the hillary i have come to admire. that is why i can say with confidence there has never been a man, or a woman not me, not bill, nobody, more qualified than hillary clinton to serve as president of the united states of america. i hope you don't mind, bill, but i was just telling the truth, man. and by the way in case you're wondering about her judgment, take a look at her choice of running mate. tim kaine is as good a man, as
humble and committed a public servant as anybody that i know. i know his family. i love ann. i love their kids. he will be a great vice president. he will make hillary a better president. just like my dear friend and brother, joe biden made me a better president. now. hillary has real plans to address the concerns she's heard from you on the campaign trail. she's got specific ideas to invest in new jobs, to help workers share in company's profits. help put kids in preschool and students in college without taking on a ton of debt. that is what leaders do. and then, there is donald trump.
don't boo. vote. the donald is not really a plans guy. he's not really a facts guy, either. he calls himself a business guy, which is true, but very to say i know plenty of business men and women who achieved remarkable success without leaving a trail of lawsuits and unpaid workers and people feeling like they got cheated. does anyone really believe that a guy who spent his 70 years on this earth showing no regard for working people is suddenly going to be your champion? your voice?
if so, you should vote for him. if you're someone who is truly concerned about paying your bills, if you're really concerned about pocketbook issues and seeing the economy grow and creating more opportunity for everybody, then, the choice isn't even close. if you want someone with a life long track record of fighting for higher wages, and better benefits, and a fairer tax code and bigger voice for workers and stronger regulations on wall street, then, you should vote for hillary clinton. and, if you're rightly concerned about who is going to keep you and your family safe in a dangerous world, well, the choice is even clearer. hillary clinton is respected around the world.
not just by leaders, but by the people they serve. i have to say this. people outside of the united states do not understand what is going on in this election. they really don't. because they know hillary. they've seen her work. she's worked closely with our intelligence teams, diplomats, our military. she has the judgment and the experience and temperament to meet the threat from terrorism. it's not new to her. our troops pounded isil without mercy, taking down leaders and taking back territory. i know hillary won't relent until isil is destroyed. she will finish the job, and without resorting to torture or banning entire religions from
entering our country. she's fit, she's ready to be the next commander in chief. meanwhile, donald trump calls our military a disaster. apparently he doesn't know the men and women who make up the strongest fighting force the world has ever known. he suggests america is weak. he must not hear the billions of men and women and children from the baltics to burma who still look to america to be with digity and human rights. he praises saddam hussien, cozies up to putin and tells our
nato allies that stood by our side by september 11th that they have to pay up if they want our protection. well, america's promises do not come with a price tag. we meet our commitment. we bear our burdens. that is one of the reasons why almost every country on earth sees america as stronger and more respected today than they did eight years ago when i took office. america is already great. america is already strong. and i promise you, our strength, our greatness, does not depend on donald trump. in fact it doesn't depend on any
one person. that may be the biggest difference in this election. the meaning of our democracy. ronald reagan called america a shining city on a hill. donald trump calls it a divided crime scene that only he can fix. it doesn't matter to him that i will legal immigration and the crime rate are as low as they've been in decades. because he's not actually offering any real solutions to those issues. he's just offering slogans. and he's offering fear. he's betting if he scares enough people, he might score just enough votes to win this election. and that is another bet that donald trump will lose.
and the reason he'll lose it is because he's selling the american people short. we're not a fragile people. not a frightful people. they can restore order as long as we do things this way. our power, our power comes from those immortal declarations, first put the paper here in philadelphia all those years ago. we hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal. that we, the people can form a more-perfect union. that is who we are. that is our birth right. the capacity to shape our own
destiny. that is what drove patriots to choose revolution over tyranny and our gis to liberate. it gave women the courage to reach for the ballot and marchers to cross a bridge in selma and workers to fight for collective bargaining and better wages. america has never been about what person says he'll do for us. it's about what can be achieved by us. together. through the hard and slow, and sometimes frustrating but ultimately enduring work of self government. and that is what hillary clinton
understands. she knows that this is a big diverse country. she has seen it. she's traveled and talked to folks. she understands most issues are rarely black and white. she understands that even when you're 100% right, getting things done requires compromise. that democracy doesn't work if we constantly demonize each other. she knows for progress to happen, we have to listen to each other. and see ourselves in each other. and fight for our principles and fight to find common ground no matter how elusive that may sometimes seem. hillary knows we can work through racial divides in this country when we realize the way black parents feel when their
son leaves the house isn't so different than what a brave cop's family feels when he puts on blue and gold to go to work. and we can treat every community fairly. we can do that. and she knows that acknowledging problems that have festered for decades isn't making race relations worse. it's creating the possibility for people of goodwill to join and make things better. hillary knows we can insist on a lawful and orderly immigration system while still seeing students and their toiling parents as loving families not criminals or rapists. families that came here for the
same reason our forbearers came. to work, study and make a better place where we can talk, worship, and love as we please. she knows their dream is american. and the american dream is something no law will ever contend. these are the things that hillary knows. it can be frustrating, this business of democracy. trust me. i know. hillary knows, too. when the other side refuses to compromise, progress can stall. people are hurt by inaction. supporters can grow impatient. and worry that you're not trying hard enough. when you've maybe sold out.
but i promise you when we keep at it, when we change enough minds, when we deliver enough votes, then progress does happen. and if you doubt that, just ask the 20 million more people who have health care today. just ask the marine who probably served his country without hiding the husband that he loves. democracy works, america. but we've got to want it. not just during an election year, but all the days in between. so if you agree there is too much inequality in our economy and too much money in our politics, we all need to be as vocal and organized and
persistent as bernie sanders' supporters have been during this election. we all need to get out and vote for democrats up and down the ticket and then, hold them accountable until they get the job done. that is right. feel the bern. if you want more justice in the justice system, then we've got to vote not just for a president, but for mayors and sheriffs, and states attorneys and state legislators. that is where the criminal law is made. we've got to work with police and protestors until laws and practices are changed. that is how democracy works.
if you want to fight climate change we've got to engage not only young people on college campuses, we've got to reach out to the coal miner worried about taking care of his family. the single mom, worried about gas prices. if you want to protect our kids and cops from gun violence, we've got to get the vast majority of americans, including gun owners who agree on things like background checks to be just as vocal and just as determined as the gun lobby that blocks change through every funeral that we hold. that is how change happens.
look. hillary has got her share of critics. she's been charactered by the right and some on the left. she's been accused of everything you can imagine and some things that you can not. but she knows that is what happens when you're under a microscope for 40 years. she knows that sometimes, during those 40 years she's made mistakes just like i have. just like we all do. that is what happens when we try. that is what happens when you're the kind of citizen teddy roosevelt once described. not the timid souls from the side lines but someone in the
arena who strived, who aired but knows the triumph of high achievement. hillary clinton is that woman in the arena. she's been there for us. even if we haven't always noticed. and if you're serious about our democracy, you can't afford to stay home just because she might not align with you on every issue. you've got to get in the arena with her. democracy isn't a spectator sport. america isn't about yes, he will. it's about yes, we can. and we're going to carry hillary to victory this fall because that is what the moment demands.
yes, we can. not yes, she can. not yes, i can. yes we can. you know, you know there has been a lot of talk in this campaign about what america has lost. people tell us our way of life is being undermined by changes and dark forces beyond our control. they tell voters there is a real america out there that must be restored. this is this isn't an idea that started with donald trump. it's been peddled by politicians for a long time, probably from
the start of our republic, it's got me thinking about the story you told you 12 years ago tonight about my kansas grandparents and the things they taught me when i was growing up. see, my grandparents came from the heartland. their ancestors began settling there about 200 years ago. i don't know if they had their birth certificates, but they were there. and they were scotch irish, mostly. farmers, teachers, ranch hands, pharmacists. hearty, small town folks. some were democrats but a lot of them, maybe most of them were
republicans. and my grandparents explained that folks in these parts, they didn't like show offs. they didn't admire braggards or bullies. they didn't respect mean spiritedness. or folks looking for short cuts in life. instead, what they'd valued were traits like honesty and hard work. kindness. courtesy. humility. responsibility. helping each other out. that is what they believed in. true things. things that last. the things we try to teach our kids. and what my grandparents
understood is that these values weren't limited to kansas and small towns. these values could travel to hawaii and to the other side of the world, where my mother would end up working to help poor women get a better life. trying to apply those values. my grandparents knew these values weren't reserved for one race. they could be passed down to a half kenyon grandson or half asian granddaughter. they were the same values michelle's parents, the descendants of slaves, taught their own kids living in a bungalow on the south side of chicago. they knew these values are what drew immigrants here. and they believed that the children of those immigrants were just as american as their
own. whether they wore a cowboy hat or yamika. a baseball cap or hijab. america has changed over the years. but these values, that my grandparents taught me? they haven't gone anywhere. they're as strong as ever. still cherished by people of every party. every race. every faith. they live on in each of us. what makes us america, what makes us patriots, is what is in here. that is what matters.
and that is why we can take the food and music and holidays and styles of other countries and blend it into something uniquely our own. that is why we can attract entrepreneurs from around the globe to build us factories and create new industries here. that is why our military can look the way it does. every shade of humanity, forged into common service. that is anyone who threatens our values, where fascists or communists or home grown demi-gods will always fail in the end. that is america. that is america. those bonds of affection. that common creed.
we don't fear the future. we shape it. we embrace it as one people. stronger together than we are on our own. that's what hillary clinton understands. this fighter. this stateswoman. this mother and grandmother. this public servant. this patriot. that is the america she's fighting for. and that is why i have confidence as i leave this stage tonight that the democratic party is in good hands. my time in this office, it hasn't fixed everything. as much as we've done, there is still so much i want to do.
but for all the tough lessons i've had to learn, for all of the places where i've fallen short, i've told hillary and i'll tell you what picked me back up every single time. it's been you. the american people. it's the letter i keep on my wall from a survivor in ohio who twice almost lost everything to cancer but urged me to keep fighting for health care reform even when the battle seemed lost. do not quit. it's ta painting i keep in my office, made by a 7-year-old girl in newtown.
given to me by her parents so i wouldn't forget. a reminder by all parents for action. it's a small business owner in colorado who cut most of his own salary so he won't have to layoff workers in the recession because he says that won't have been in the spirit of america. it's the conservative in texas who said he disagreed with me on everything. but appreciated that, like him, i try to be a good dad. it's the courage of the young soldier from arizona who nearly died on the battlefield in afghanistan. but who has learned to speak again. and walk again. and earlier this year, stepped through the door of the oval office on his own power to salute and shake my hand.
it is every american who believes we can change this country for the better. so many of you who never been involved in politics who picked up phones and hit the streets and used the internet in amazing ways that i didn't understand, but made change happen. you're the best organizers on the planet. i am so proud of all of the change you made possible. time and again, you've picked me up. and i hope sometimes, i picked you up, too. and tonight, ask you to do for hillary clinton what you did for me. i ask you to carry her the same way you carried me. because you're who i was talking about 12 years ago when i talked
about hope. it's been you who fuelled my dogged faith in our future, even when the odds were great. even when the road is long. hope in the face of difficulty, hope in the face of uncertainty, the audacity of hope. america, you've vindicated that hope these past eight years. now, i'm ready to pass the baton and do my part as a private citizen. so this year, in this election, i'm asking you to join me. to reject cynicism and reject fear and summon what is best in us to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states and show the world we still believe in the promise of this great nation. thank you for this incredible journey. let's keep it going.
clintons paid in full after what bill clinton did for barack obama four years ago. the president responding, some pointed out to what is termed the midnight in america speech by donald trump with a speech about optimism, talking about how we don't have to submit to anger, resentment, hate, and that america is already investigate. that we do not look at the rules, and saying in the end, to the audience here they should do for hillary what they did for him. reject fear. choose optimism. choose hope. >> you know this is part legacy speech, part full-throated sales pitch for the woman he chose as secretary of state and part attack on donald trump. he said at one point, america can't bow to quote, home grown
demi gods. the president can whip up the crowd. they were with him throughout this speech. he harkened back to that speech as referenced in 2004 when america met him for the first time in boston. and, it's a different america now. it is a different place. and he has an approval rating of about 50% currently which is good for a president compared to his predecessor. much higher. but yet, the challenge is for hillary clinton to run not as a third term for president obama but as her own person, and nominee. so all in all, the pitch and baton passed. >> yet, seting it up to the audience saying she will finish the job i started. brit, what did you think?
>> it's the eloquence we've associated with him. i thought the most effective part of the speech was his dealing with donald trump. a combination of criticism and ridicule. he made a better case for himself than he did for her. there is something about the way he handled what he said about her that reminded me what mark said about richard bogner that his music is better than it sounds, trying to convince america that hillary clinton is better than she seems. it will be remain to be seen. he got on late. much of eastern part of the country, millions of people had undoubtedly gone to bed for most of it. >> juan, opposed to his wife and former president bill clinton he did mention donald trump by name, numerous times when he
first did, the crowd erupted in boos. he said don't boo. vote. >> that was a message of the convention. we have been through a great speech tonight that is inspiring and called on the heroism of america and reminded us of our patriots and shape our future, we look to lead as an american people. we had inspiring speeches from michelle obama, inspiring speeches coming forward from vice president biden, from tim kaine to some extent. and now, president obama. and what you're seeing here, i think, is a response to the doom and gloom of what is coming out in cleveland. it's a direct contradition of the idea that the country is so divided. you mention trump said america is like a divided crime scene. he said that is not the america he knows and said despite
struggles he has had, what he has come away with is more faith in america and i think that is something that touched this audien audience. >> and trying to make the election not about the individual player but who we are as a nation. >> four years ago, bill clinton made the case for barack obama better than barack obama did and afterwards, obama called clinton the secretary of explaining stuff. tonight seemed to me barack obama returned the favor for hillary clinton. and you're right. he had to make the case that things are better than people think they are. people think we're on the wrong track. people are pessimistic.
he made the case that things are getting better. he says to is a fundamental choice about who we are as a people, and is this a country that yes, has imperfections but is getting better and needs to stay on present course? or a dark, pessimistic place and he portrayed donald trump as a message of fear and divicinediv. that scene of him and hillary clinton at the end. one of his jobs is to pass the obama coalition on. he kept it for himself. he hasn't been successful in passing it on to others. >> republicans, the donald trump campaign will say it wasn't
pessimism, but it was reality. and let's check in with jennifer griffin down at the podium where that image just happened. >> my, bret. it was incredible. there were shouts of four more years, but what we heard in the crowd really lit up when he compared hillary clinton to ginger rogers. he said she did everything i did when she ran against me, but backwards and in heels. the crowd erupted at that line. the other thing i noticed about the speeches tonight, whether michael bloomberg of new york or vice president biden or tim kaine or the president himself was the appeal to republicans, all of them, talking about how they had grandparents or parents or in the case of tim kaine, his father in law the first republican governor of virginia. it's very clear in the upcoming
days they're going to be making a play for moderate republicans as they begin a bus ride across pennsylvania and ohio. so you heard a lot about president obama's grand parents, who were republicans and the criticism that they say the republican party is no longer the party of lincoln. so that was what we noticed here on the floor. back to you, bret. >> jennifer, thank you. it is quite something. you know? jennifer makes that point. how many times did we hear republicans referenced so far? how many times have we heard this outreach to moderates? the beginning began with reaching out to bernie sanders there is going to be an effort to go after disaffected republicans. >> twitter responding suggesting
his line about ginger rogers had grandchildren asking his grandparents, who is ginger rogers? google it. >> sean did not enjoy the president's remarks. >> um, they were rough. there were rough moments. >> you're getting through the walk through the convention hall. what is it like to be sean hannity? >> when you're surrounded by five body guards, it's easy. >> keep moving. >> there is a story about me going to wawa at 1:30 in the morning and getting kicked out. it's not good. >> you should let that marinate, that is good for your rep. >> and listen, we're going to wrap up and toss to our friend sean hannity who continues our coverage. we'll be back tomorrow night. >> welcome to "hannity."
president barack obama and hillary clinton just left the stage in philly, bringing day through of the democratic national convention to an end. we'll get reaction from newt gingrich and the liberal media having a melt down after donald trump says he wants the world to see hillary clinton's e-mails. first, here is a look at some of tonight's big speeches. take a look. >> there is only one, only one person in this election who will help you. there is only one person who will be there. that has always been this for you. that is hillary clinton's hive story. that is not donald trump's story. his lack of empathy and compassion can be summed up in a phrase i suspect he's most proud of having made famous. you're fired. how can there be pleasure in saying "you're fired"?
he is trying to tell us he cares about the middle class? give me a break. that is a bunch of malarky. >> we know the brightest future is the one we build together. for my friend, hillary clinton, i humbly accept my party's nomination to be vice president of the united states. >> hillary clinton and i are [ speaking spanish ]. we share this believe. it's simple. do all the good you can and serve one another. >> i stand before you again tonight, after almost two terms as your president, to tell you i am more optimistic about the future of america than ever before. there is only one candidate in this race that believes in that future, devoted her life to that future. a mother, and a grandmother who
would do anything to help our children thrive. the next president of the united states, hillary clinton. >> now in just moments newt gingrich and rudy giuliani will be with us. joining us now is shannon bream. >> interesting here tonight. when vice president took the stage, the crowd went crazy, chanting joe, joe. o. he has a lot of love and good will, people excited to hear from him tonight. waits a different reaction when michael bloomberg took to the podium to say he's been republican and been democrat but he's an independent and endorsing hillary clinton. this were some boos during the comments tonight. when he came out there was a delegate who stood up, there
were several of them that turned their backs on him. they weren't happy to see him here tonight. a lot of flavor here tonight. the president was speaking and there are times when many protests erupted. a gentleman stood up and started streaming about the tppa. other bernie sanders tried to get a chant going. when the president mentioned him and said we should be as excited and organized as bernie supporters have been, a lot of people shot to their feet. so i'll tell you another interesting moment. during one of the speakers there were repeatedly times where people stood up and chanted "usa, usa". the arena was deafened by the sounds. one delegate stood up said stop
that. that is a trump chant. he didn't get anywhere. people kept with the chant. it's been an interesting night on the floor. >> thank you. with reaction to the speech is former clinton pollster doug shoen, and kir stein powers. we figured we'd start with democrats tonight. >> good. >> great. >> how do you talk about civility and discourse and listen to that? >> you don't. polls are moving in donald trump's direction. there is very little you can say about hillary clinton that is going to move voters but the democrats tried tonight. this is going to be an unrelentingly negative campaign to have an incumbent president attack the other party's candidate as president obama did donald trump. as i dare say, unprecedented but tells where the hillary clinton
is going. >> can i interpret that? i watched joe biden say donald trump is known for "you're fired". i'm thinking tens of millions in poverty, and out of the labor force. the president bragging unemployment rate down. sure, if you don't include the chronically unemployed. >> if this is a referendum on the incumbent or secretary clinton, she will lose. >> kirstin, do you agree? >> i don't feel like we watched the same speech. l there is nothing wrong with a contrast. he didn't say anything out of bounds. he set up a contrast. >> a guy friends with unrepentant terrorists. >> really? >> yes. >> i did that as a favor.
>> do you agree with doug they can't run on a positive record? >> no. i think -- >> well, that is not surprising because i think you operate with a different set of facts than the president does. but he did layout many things he accomplished and i think he laid out accomplishments. >> we have millions more in poverty and food stamps. >> i think it was a pitch-perfect speech. >> when we come back, we'll get the other side, newt gingrich joins us right after the break and the liberal media is saying russians, well, they have hillary's e-mails. let them out. rudy giuliani weighs in on that and more as we continue from the dnc.
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clinton. he told a wonderful story whose only disadvantage that it was totally false, but it was a great story. barack obama, the man who promised you, you can keep your doctor, the man who promised you nobody would lose insurance, the man who promised you that we'd be out of iraq, out of afghanistan, you know, he's the most articulate, more effective than bill clinton in just sounding terrific. this crowd, his left wing enthusiasts loved the speech. she can't get away from being hillary. in the end, these nice things are going to fall apart because she's hillary. >> the amazing thing is that i guess we live in an alternate universe. i look at this as an olis --
alice in wonderland type. and you have many americans suffering and we doubled debt, then talk about egypt, iraq, and syria. he bragged about the iranian deal tonight. that took me by surprise. and bragged about things that didn't pan out to be true. >> the white house press corps, when dealing with the president on the left, has to be changed. i don't remember a single white house supporter saying to what responsibility do you feel for 3400 people being killed in chicago since you were elected? what extent as president in terms of your hometown do you feel a responsibility?
i don't remember anybody saying before you and hillary decided to destroy gaud haffy. these people are allowed to hiv in a world in which a priest was not killed this morning. did not have his head cutoff by isis. the world is not really dangerous. syria is doing fine, iraq is doing fine. if only donald trump wouldn't talk about crime, therefore, it's always the republicans' fault. because if it was the fault of the current people, they'd feel bad. >> so here we have a case. i want to go to this donald trump controversy. i want to play some of the media insane commentary. so they're saying oh, my gosh.
donald trump is encouraging an enemy of the united states to commit sabotage to america. if the server doesn't exist, then e-mails doesn't exist, how can you be encouraging vladimir putin to sabotage? >> i don't know anything about him other than he doesn't respect me. he doesn't respect our president. if it is russia, which is probably is not. if it is russia, it's a different reason. it shows how little respect they have for our country which
they'd hack into a major party and get everything. i would be interesting to see. i will tell you russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. i think you will be probably rewarded by our press. >> to have a nominee say he hopes russia has access to these, i think that is extraordinary. >> a presidential candidate is inviting a hostile intelligence agency to penetrate the systems of the united states, commit cyber espionage for his benefit politically. this is a crisis. >> i have run out of words to express my shock and how beyond the pale that donald trump is as a potential leader of the free world. this is truly beyond the tale. >> i mean, it's honestly, and i know i'm partisan, but it's
almost treasonist. >> mr. speaker, you can't penetrate a server that no longer exists and deleted. she deleted them. >> this is the sort of thing that begs for a satirical response. i assume the chinese try to hack us all the time. i assume the russians try to hack us all the time. so let's get over that. that moment of startled, oh, my god. it's like a scene in "casablanca". the guy said is there really gambling going on here? i mean give me a break. second, one person said they're hacking into state department e-mails. no. they're not. they're hacking in, if they would have been, it would have been through a personal serve your outside of the state department, unprotected by the
u.s. government. i don't know if the russians got her stuff. or the israelis or the chinese or random people in bulgaria. i can tell you that if you run a server for a person that important, with no protection, you're begging to be hacked. the server is gone. what trump was curious about is do the russians actually have the package of 33,000 e-mails because they got them a year ago? two years ago? here, you have people. this is like the democratic national committee's really terrible e-mails. the russians didn't write the really stupid, corrupt, antisanders e-mails at the dnc. democrats did. okay? russians didn't create an unsecure private server. hillary did.
hillary promised us that the 33,000, think about it. 33,000? you can't make this up. 33,000 e-mails that she deleted were only deleted because -- >> mr. speaker, the 33,000, we're told by her were about yoga, a wedding and a funeral and conversations with bill who doesn't e-mail. >> if the russians have all of her yoga exercises and recipes, is that a national security issue? >> no. >> this whole thing is straightened up. >> rudy giuliani -- rudy giuliani is cracking up over here. >> what? >> as you're saying all of this. >> rudy used to be a federal prosecutor. rudy understands, and you need
to check this with him. in any normal circumstance, a normal american who did what hillary clinton did they'd be in jail. they won't be in philadelphia. and then, this idea -- one last step if i can. it's so crazy. i'm very preached to say when the north koreans go after an american corporation we have to ask ourselves what the rules of the game are going to be. we have to understand the difference here. great powers in cyber are the united states, china, israel and russia. they all survey each other. anyone who thinks they don't is foolish. we probably know more about the other countries than anyone else does. we really irritated the germans. i want us to listen to the germans. >> so do i.
i'm sure we do. probably with you should not put chancellor merckle's yoga on the internet. >> thank you, mr. speaker, that is very good. two new political ads put out by the great american pack. the first ad features former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. watch this. >> islamic extremist terrorism is on the rise. five major attacks in seven months. the world must come together and defeat terrorism and america needs to lead. yet, president barack obama and hillary clinton just want to stay the course. we cannot continue down this path of failed leadership. america's leadership can, and must be better.
and with donald trump as president, it will be. >> the second ad features dorothy woods. she's the wife of ty woods, killed in benghazi trying to save american lives. watch this. >> my husband, ty woods was a navy s.e.a.l. and a fierce patriot. he was killed during the
attack in benghazi while saving american lives under the charge ever our state department. when hillary clinton was challenged by congress on who was to blame for the attack her response was a disgrace. >> the fact is that we have four dead americans. was it because of a protest or because of guys that decided to go for a walk? what difference, at this point does it make? >> the difference is having accountability. the difference is being truthful to the american people. we need a leader who tiells it
like it is. that leader is donald trump. >> joining us now, rudy giuliani and the widow of ty woods, dorothy woods is with us. so nice to see you. >> thank you for having me. >> this is a powerful personal ad. tell us how
it came to fruition. >> thank you for having me, sean. the ad came to fruition, i aligned myself with the great american pact. and they actually, and the reason i identified with them most is that they're about leadership. and looking for a new leader for our country. having the military background that i have. being married to ty, my family being military, that is very important. >> you have a little boy, ky. ty and your son. how old is he now?
>> he is four, he was three months old when ty passed. this election is about many things. for me, it's about finding a leader. >> in this case they denied, which is unbelievable, all of the security requests as great britain and the red cross were getting out of benghazi. they denied 600 separate requests. then, your husband defied orders to go save lives which i have been told he saved. hillary was arguing whether or not we needed to get approval to send in troops to save them and what uniforms they ought to wear if they wear them at all and they had marines and other military changing in and out of clothes four times. they never sent anybody and lied about it afterwards. >> it's unfortunate. and to kind of go back, i want to thank congressman goudy. they did their job. they remembered they're servicing the american people and helped answer questions.
they may have been ridiculed and dismissed but they did it anyway. some of the facts they found helped me with my closure i. >> have to tell people what an incredibly strong people you are. people that go through difficulties like this, some never come back. and i have now talked to you a number of times and it's inspiring how strong you are. let me bring in mayor rudy giuliani. are you in the cyber security business a little bit, too? >> 13 years. >> what are the odds? what is your reaction how stupid the liberal media is? >> you can see i was laughing. >> you were laughing. >> david gregory? is he serious? >> no. >> first of all, the story here is her extreme carelessness in the way in which she handled national security information. nobody should have hacked it if
she had been careful. the fact is that there is a pattern here, she's irresponsible and reckless and mrs. woods, if she had been a real secretary of state, your husband would be alive today. if she'd taken any care at all, for securing that facility, they'd all be alive today. what she did was gross negligent. and failing to secure that compound. we still don't know where the president was. if john mccain were president, or mitt romney, or me, we'd be in the situation of getting all forces there, trying to help. >> she was in a meeting four hours after the 13 attack. they were viewing this in realtime. they knew what's happening and they knew it was terror. she told the libyan president
and egyptian prime minister and her daughter it was terrorism. if you had a meeting four hours later. and you were the top cabinet officials how would you have handled that differently? >> i would have made sure the president was awake in the situation room. i would make sure we deployed our forces there. you. >> you won't have been worried about what clothes they're wearing? >> no. i would say go. go. go back in. we didn't worry about pakistan when we went in and got bin laden. why would we worry about libya? >> her husband could have been saved? >> yes. i'll tell you why. do you know what their excuse is? they said there wasn't enough time to save them. i've been in a lot of emergencies including the worst in the history of america. you don't know how much time you
have to save someone. they could have been held hostage 5 or 6 days. what you do in an emergency is that you move all forces there immediately. and had they done that, they could have saved lives. >> i think ty and glenn doherty were two of the last to die. they were given a stand down order. then, in spite of it -- >> our forces had been there it won't have happened. if we'd closed it, when the englished closed it, if she'd paid attention to it. benghazi alone makes this entire night a joke. this entire night is a silly joke. first of all they're taking about no substantive issue. what benghazi proves is that she should never be president of the united states because she's not trust worthy enough. careful enough. >> this wasn't a 3:00 a.m. call.
>> to protect american lives. >> this was a 3:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. call. she was in a meeting at 7:30 that night. she was the highest ranking official in there. when you listen to the mayor and see facts and 600 denied security requests and worried about clothing that the military they'd never sent anyway would be wearing afterwards they lie to you. you lost your husband. i'd be angry. extremely angry. >> yeah. but being angry -- >> it doesn't help. >> it doesn't change the outcome, nor does it help. now for, don't get me wrong the first year is an emotional and trying time. there was a lot i had to work through and tried to understand and had to figure out who was important. but what kept me going is i knew ty. i knew the type of man and patriot he was. >> he was betrayed by our
government and her. true or false? >> fru. that is my personal opinion. i'm pretty sure you knew well into it that no help was coming. and he still went in to save lives. >> last word. >> well, god bless him, god bless you. he was entitled to a better commander in chief and secretary of state. and donald trump and mike pence and people they choose will be a heck of a lot better. this president left this country -- >> a mess. >> in the most dangerous state it's been in since the cold war. we had four bombings in germany in eight days and a catholic priest whose head was chopped off. they said nothing about it tonight. >> can i say one thing? towards the end of the speech president obama said to the effect some of times we make mistakes. hillary made a mistake. that is what happens when you try. well, do you know what? that is easy for him to say in a
crowd full of people cheering for him. it was difficult in a room full of families that just lost. >> god bless them. >> we have more "hannity" from the dnc. a lot of coverage, still ahead. >> it's been 235 days since crooked hillary clinton had a press conference. and you as reporter who's give her these ghoeing reports should ask yourselves why. >> donald trump today calling out hillary clinton for hiding if the press. also, reaction from lisa booth, geraldo riviera and more as we continue. let's feed him to the sharks! squuuuack, let's feed him to the sharks! yay! and take all of his gold! and take all of his gold! ya! and hide it from the crew! ya...? squuuuack, they're all morons anyway!
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235 days, since crooked hillary clinton had a press conference. and you, as reporters who give her these glowing reports should ask yourselves why. i'll tell you why. because despite the nice platitudes. it's been a mess. they don't mention our police. they don't have an american flag on the day until we started complaining then, they ran up with two, small, little flags. one we saw. so you know i put myself through your news conferences often. not that it's fun. 235 days, no news conference for hillary clinton.
>> that is g.o.p. presidential nominee donald trump today hitting hillary clinton for going over 230 days without giving a press conpresence, now, for the first time, it shows donald trump leading clinton 45.7%. here with reaction, senior communications advisor jason miller, former 2016 republican candidate dr. ben cars kwon. 430 days is a long time for someone to duck, dodge, bob, and weave from the press. >> you didn't see many ideas being put forth by the clinton-kaine ticket. i'm not sure what mr. kaine was talking about this evening. we didn't hear him talking about jobs or destroying isis. of course didn't hear him talking about tpp. this is a ticket not putting forth any ideas. that is why people are so frustrated with washington now.
>> dr. carson, they tried to build a controversy around donald trump is encouraging to penetration of state department and american e-mail servers and hillary clinton's e-mails. there is no e-mail server anymore. it's a national joke what the press has been saying all day, today. if i wasn't so ignorant, it would be funny. >> it shows you how desperate the left is getting and they recognize that despite the things they've tried to do, all of the on ska tells in the way, donald trump is still ascending. people are listening to him. that is the issue. tonight, you heard a lot of glowing things about hillary clinton. just ghosing over the things we know are wrong. the lies we know have been told. this is a problem, you can see what they're trying to do now.
they're going to try to say barack obama's presidency was great. the economy is great. the world is in great shape. i do not believe the american people most of them are going to buy it. >> you know, criticism is that donald trump, by telling the truth that we have millions of americans on poverty and out of the labor force and everything hillary clinton touched from iran, syria, libya, cuba, everything has fallen part. they don't have a success story. they've got to say donald trump tells the truth, that's dark. what do they point to? i don't see they showed success. >> one of the things they're going to have to earn is this
economy. they talked about $7 million people and talked about isis on the rise. they're in the on the run. hillary clinton and tim kaine want to own this third term. it's with 70% of the people think we're going in the wrong direction. >> dr. carson will you join a trump administration? >> i will certainly help them be successful. i'm working on lots of things right now to make sure they are. >> i have a job for you. how about secretary of health and human services. and maybe surgeon general. you can help in repealing and replacing obamacare. i think you'd be great at that job. >> this past weekend i met with the physicians and providers
from across the country to talk about that very thing. we're coming up with some terrific stuff. so it's going to get done no matter what position i have. >> so we're going to talk about wichita kansas, the innovation of local municipalities is incredible. joining us now is geraldo riviera, and washington examiner distributor lisa booth. >> did they splash water on you today? >> they didn't, unless it was you. >> i would never do that. >> and now, donald trump, he's been the teflon don until now. tonight might have been the worst night of the campaign. they went after him with guns blazing.
tim kaine was vicious in attacks. joe biden, the president of the united states for all of his accolades about hillary he made a point of ranking out donald trump and minimizing him. >> i don't think your family understands what you said. >> if he said if he fired a gun on fifth avenue nobody would blame him. they'd forgive him. >> can i put a fact to this? when biden talked about your fired, i'm thinking no. millions of americans were fired but you people. and there are statistics to prove. >> it the trump hired thousands of women. tim kaine proves you can be boring in two languages. i think the happiest guy in america ought to be mike pence.
i can't see them in a debate together. pence will dominate. >> joe biden, the democrats could have put anyone up there, a wooden ball would give the same speech. republicans suck and democrats are great. >> joe biden is from this area. he's a hometown guy here. he grew up with voters, these electricians, plumbers, welders. that hes folks who have left the democratic party and these folk who's trump and pence are appealing to now. they're becoming the party that spokes to the american worker. those are the folk that's biden's old democratic party used to embrace. there are no bhu dog democrats. >> this is a far left party. >> far left party. and i thought president obama's speech was a lot about him.
the first is a defensive brief against what donald trump said about the obama administration and the state of america and then, he made it about him until the end. i didn't think obama did for him tonight what hillary clinton did for him four years ago. >> she's been on the world stage many years and has character issues. i don't know, how do you rehabilitate hill a's image? they had night one. let's get liberal extremists out of the way. night two, black lives matter as far as i concerned. they played the race card a lot last night. night three, big stars and say great things about hillary. hopefully that will rub off on her. >> we've seen the pannedering to the obama coalition. she needs her election prospects hinge on african american
voters. we've seen the pandering to african american voters and the problem is a sunny picture president obama painted is built out of necessity, not reality. it's necessity because hillary clinton had no choice but to embrace hillary clinton's policies but the problem is the average american has seen obama's increases, premium increases by 38%. the average american hasn't had a pay increase under president obama. coal workers lost their jobs. >> and 58% increase of black americans on food stamps and a 20% increase of black americans out of the labor force. >> exactly. >> geraldo i'm going to remove two words from your lexicon. macho, replace it with muscular
male and freak out. throw shade. >> i'm trying to understand why. the numbers don't -- they never take what reality is. >> tonight was designed for the middle 2, 3, 4, 5%. >> there are no empty chairs. in the republican convention this were more parties in the hallways. here it was charged. they were into the message. they were flowing. >> and they also had every bernie supporter possible. i think the test will be, here we've been heaping scorn on hillary clinton, benghazi and again, saw tonight, in a very
tasteful way, the widows of one of the heros of benghazi. that is the lexicon, the resume, the anti-hillary resume. now, donald trump, in a sus s succinct way. the bankruptcies and stiffing of the vendors and -- >> what about the bankruptcy of the middle class, bill? the middle class is suffering. >> i'm reporting it back. that is what was said about him. will he be able to sustain the criticism in the way he has until now? i think the polls -- >> will it be a bump or spike? >> trump and pence are doing their own rallies. have you seen their schedules this week? they're in swing states, giving press conferences.
go watch that section. >> that press conference today? that was -- >> yes. i know. >> we're paying attention here. but that press conference today, she hasn't had one in 230 days. their heads.killed it today. >> totally. >> he's stole the news cycle. >> one thing you'll be happy about. the build up to hillary is bigger than the candidate. i think she'll have to expand or grow in a dramatic way. >> if they do a peter pan act she can slide down. >> you know they'll send her out there. >> great idea. >> that will help. >> she's watching. >> that is a likable moment for her. >> geraldo, we're going to change a few words. >> ill never again. >> and next with the wawa.
>> are you talking about wawa or the water thrown on you? >> oh! >> coming up next, on "hannity". >> the new name which is a joke of all time, is that crooked hillary is a change maker. they probably paid $2 million for a guy that came up with that slogan. i came up with crooked hillary all by myself. >> trump, slamming the democrats set to label hillary clinton has a change maker. peter swietser here to react. that and more as we continue from the dnc. we're in philly, straight ahead.
>> their new name which is the joke of all time is that crooked hillary is a change maker. do you see? change maker. you know, they probably paid $2 million for the guy came up with that slogan. i came up with crooked hillary all by myself. >> welcome back. that is donald trump speaking in scranton, pennsylvania. joaning us now is peter swietser. i don't think it's changed the rnc put out yesterday. and talking about the clintons and paid speaking and what? between hillary clinton and bill
clinton they've given speeches for one hour with private jets and presidential sweeps and the best of the best. really? >> that is right. a huge amount of money. and indications barack obama wants to do similar things. the clintons created a model with a lot of implications. which is politicians are going to cash in when they leave office to political powers. and the second implication is you've got business executives in latin america, india, russia and europe who have invested in the clintons. figuratively and literally.
they've forged a relationship, and they have a very real stake in how this election turns out. that is something new and unique. and nothing close to what we have in the clintons so the world watches presidential elections. we've got people watching this one closely. >> and i was thinking about donald trump. you're probably right. and all i can think of is after the debt that she and obama and biden accumulated and putting many on food stamps i'm thinking the only thing we'll have left is spare change. >> it's funny, sean. i don't see change making as
defining anything. she's more off the yep been somebody who hasn't done a lot as secretary of state. there is not a lot to look at in a record other than serious mistakes and errors in judgment. it's one of the cases they're trying to create a brand that doesn't fit the individual at all. it sounds great. when you attach it to a person, it's just not a good fit. and i think this is the problem. you know? you saw tonight and saw previous nights, people coming up, barack obama, husband, bill, saying wonderful things. at the end of the day, elections are about candidates. in 2008, bill tried to help hillary and it did not work. she's going to have to win herself. >> i agree. donald trump's national finance
director is with us. we're talking about you supported bernie. they kol you'ded and really in a very corrupt fashion disenfranchised you and people that went to the bernie rallies. right? >> not only disenfranchised voters but surrogates. senator nina turner was told she could not nominate bernie sanders. it's been a challenging time. we saw the "wizard of oz" show with smoke and mirrors and looking into lenny kravitz' eyes but people didn't see the people to the right screaming no tpp. this is ht of tension in the air
and debates. i appreciate senator tim kaine he should stay in his lane. i don't think insulting donald trump is going to go his way in the morning. >> i want to play, it was sort of black lives matter. we had the crowd chanting black lives matter. this is the group we've got on tape today saying "f the police". the same group that chanted what do we want, dead cops, when do we want them, now. and last night, the protestors, you white people go to the back. black and brown people in the front. >> listen. secret service have the blue stripe that blue lives matter coming through the check point. but the real issue is if you're a trial attorney, looking at this, the first thing you'd say is that they have no facts
. >> and the meeting to the back. white people to the black. black people to the font. >> so the group says what do we want, dead cops when do we want them, now. f the police. white people get in the back. people invited to the white house. what do we -- how are people supposed to interpret that? >> quite clear. i was a manufacture -- police officer in the military. the frustration is real. you can see it if the right and
left. the problem is that though we sing and song, and dance with choirs up, who has been in charge of the administrations in the inner cities? the democratic party. when you say black lives matter who you elect also matters. that has something to do with who is policing the police. creating programs and relationships. >> it's inappropriate for obama to invite them to the white house and inappropriate for the whole convention hall to praise this radical group. i've met a lot of law enforcement officers here. black, white, asian, other. it's a disgrace. >> i don't think they're asking for their advice. i think it's a dog and pony show. >> that is their 1968 moment. he's going to capture the silent minority. he'll likely win to the great shock of everybody here tonight. >> good to see you tonight.
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now you can watch nbc's coverage of the rio olympic games live at home or on the go. welcome back to kth "hann y "hannity." on monday, isis wasn't mentioned at all. joining us now is our friend, dr. sebastian gorka. you listen to biden and kaine and obama and you would think hi hillary was the most successful person in the history of
secretary of state. can you name an area of the world that she had a hand in that has gotten better? >> you're asking me to defend hillary clinton's record? whether it's the russian reset and they invade crimea, the deal with iran that gives them $150 billion to build nuclear weapons, whether it's pulling our troops out of iraq to facilitate the rise of isis, the non-red lines in syria that led to the murder of more than 250,000 people in syria, or whether it's taking out gadhafi and creating an inferno in libya. it's catastrophe wherever you look. >> let me ask you this. i don't mean to interrupt you. so does that mean we're just being propagandaized? >> what has the convention been about?
the only things that are bad, according to the dnc, the dangers to america are ar-15 rifles, global warming, and donald trump. those are the threats to america. >> you've got to remember, air conditioners are more dangerous or as dangerous as isis. don't forget the jobs for jihadis program. dr. gorka, i'm sorry we got in late, because the as usual, went overtime. here with reaction, black guns matter founder is with us. what is black guns matter? you have it on your shirt. is it a play off the words of black lives matter? >> no, we're an educational organization that deals with firearm safety and training. >> by the way, i love that. i was trained in the use of a firearm since i was 10, 11 years old. anybody that uses one needs training. >> absolutely. >> you know, we saw last night, for example, and i feel sorry for any mother that loses a son.
gun violence, you see what's happening. 3,470 plus people in chicago dead since obama's been president. we don't hear their names. we only hear the high profile, the racial cases. >> the sexy cases. >> or through a racial prism and the president rushes to judgment, and that bothers me. why not talk about the 3470 dead in chicago? >> the most important thing there, with the thousands that are murdered, it's important to present options and solutions in the sense of education, training. >> if you're michael brown, you don't rob a store, push a clerk, fight a cop for his gun and charge at the cop, right? >> that, as well as you don't create a space where you have terrible conflict resolutioreso. >> pat, good to see you. what was your take on tonight?
>> well, i thought it was good propaganda. i mean, the bloomberg -- >> is there such a thing as good lying? >> i guess i'm too jaded. i kept thinking, when is obama going to end? he was going on and on. but the themes were the same. it goes back to today. i was thinking back to the '04 convention with kerry, where the whole thing was drummed up to make him a great hero and, you know, reporting for duty and all that. and then it all blew up on him. they're all building her up to something, i'm not sure she can live up to it. >> i agree. you had the left supporting her, the black lives matter. i felt too much of a racial edge last night. can i ask who you are voting snore >> i haven't made the decision y yet. >> is the second amendment an
issue for you? >> absolutely. >> you're voting for trump. >> don't make him tell you what to do. >> who are you voting for? >> i'm not telling you. just quickly today, the thing about treason and so forth, all i could think about is they're walking into a trap. >> the e-mail server is dead and the e-mails were deleted. good to see you guys. that's all the time we have left. obama ate up all my time. we'll be broadcasting again live from philly, the last night at the dnc in philly. one more night of cheese steaks, straight ahead.
a star-studded lineup for day three of the democratic national convention in philadelphia. hello, everyone. >> great to be with you again tonight. well, tonight was capped off when hillary clinton walked out to join president obama on the stage. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> the president calling mrs. clinton a fighter and a stateswoman. earlier in the night, vice president joe bin,