love to know your thoughts on tonight's forum. send me a tweet on twitter and go to facebook.com/thekellyfile with your thoughts. thanks for watching. stay tuned for a live "hannity" now. thanks, megyn. this is a fox news alert. welcome to "hannity." tonight, donald trump, hillary clinton participated in a presidential forum earlier tonight. clinton went first, where she was asked about a private e-mail server scandal and once again came up with a new excuse, spinning the fact the fbi found it held classified information. now we have a new excuse. let's take a look at it. >> classified material has a header which says "top secret, secret, confidential." nothing, and i will repeat this and this is verified in the report by the department of
justice, none of the e-mails sent or received by me had such a header. >> as for donald trump, he was asked about the military under president obama's leadership, and used the opportunity to explain how he would take a much different approach than hillary clinton if, in fact, he becomes the commander in chief. >> have you lost faith in the military commanders? >> i have great faith in the military. i have great faith in certain of the commanders, certainly, but i have no faith in hillary clinton or the leadership. you look at what's happened. when she comes in and starts saying i would have done this, she's been there for 30 years. we need change, matt. we have to have it, and we have to have it fast. >> now this comes as a brand new poll shows donald trump has a 19-point lead over hillary clinton among registered active duty military and veteran voters. here with reaction from the trump organization, eric trump and donald trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway. i'm watching media coverage, everybody is getting it wrong.
the moment of the night was this. >> i think that the decision to go to war in iraq was a mistake, and i have said that my voting to give president bush that authority was, from my perspective, my mistake. i also believe that it is imperative that we learn from the mistakes like after action reports are supposed to do, and so we must learn what led us down that path so that it never happens again. >> she voted for the war, she voted to pull out early, it created a videocassetacuum for emerge, wow. okay, kellyanne, if you are the mother of one of, what, up to
5,000 people that were killed, and here's a woman that wants to be president. oh, i made a mistake, but it's important we learn from the mistake, you have a dead child, you have a child that lost their limbs, have been disfigured as a result of her decision, wow. i can't believe that's not front and center on every tv show tonight. >> that's not on her -- thanks for making it front and center on your show and thanks for having the trump campaign here. that's not what's on her mind. what's on her mind right now, sean, she's on the verge of losing two consecutive presidential races in part because of her vote on the war in iraq. in 2008 president obama pounded her about the war in iraq vote mercilessly and now donald trump able to take the superior position on this, saying i was against the iraq war and i said we should have taken the oil and gotten out of there, before we got out of there. so she doesn't have a lot of ground here, and by the way, not like it's just the iraq war that's part of her secretary of
state and u.s. senate record. what about libya, what about syria, what about the russian reset, what about benghazi? look, i think this election, sean, we're starting to see it's complex people and very simple ideas. you're either with 70% of americans that want change in leadership, or you're not. you're either with the 30% of america that thinks she tells the truth, or you're not. this is very simple. >> 37% of americans, we're on the wrong track. i think this is key. eric, i want to get to you and this forum tonight and very specifically, i made a mistake, 5,000 americans died, many more injured. then created the vacuum for isis, and i know people are critical, your father was critical of some of the generals. i don't think obama's listening to the generals, that's a separate issue. seriously, 5,000 people, oops, i'm sorry, we've got to learn from it? >> we're seeing that, it's amazing, the thing he said that was very, very clear, we've been handcuffed, we've been totally handcuffed. we're not allowed to do our
jobs. no different than border control. they've been handcuffed, can't do their jobs. it's not just the lives, and the lives are the most tragic thing, so sad, thousands and thousands of lives, it's also trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars. i think my father's point is, what do we have to show for it at this point, sean? what do we have to show for it? we have three, four, five countries in total ruin, civil war, anarchy, isis. you can't flip on the tv anymore without seeing another isis attack either in our country or around the world. we have pandemonium in the middle east. her foreign policy destroyed the middle east, destabilized every single one of the natures and proven to be disastrous for our nation. >> haven't even got to the iranian deal and i thought her answer was pathetically weak. we're allowing the iranians to partner with russia for missile defense, then we've got benghazi. let's see, they denied 600 requests for security before, denied help during, because she was worried about what our
military rescue team was going to wear. and they changed the uniforms four times. then, of course, the lies afterwards. she told her daughter the truth, the libyan president the truth, the egyptian prime minister the truth, but told us a lie. so, to me, there's a lot of things that came out tonight. now, we learned something new, we got a new excuse. first, of course, we heard, well, i neither sent nor receive anything classified. sent nor received anything marked classified, now a new excuse tonight, anything marked with a header, problem is her own staff took away the header that marked it classified and city equals classified, especially if there's no a and b before the c, that can't be alphabetical. now, i want to play james comey responding to trey gowdy's question on how hillary clinton lied again and again about what the excuses she gave to you the american people on the use of this private server. >> secretary clinton said there
was nothing marked classified on her e-mails either sent or received. was that true? >> that's not true. there were a small number of portion markings on, i think, three of the documents. >> secretary clinton said i did not e-mail any classified material to anyone on my e-mail. there is no classified material. was that true? >> there was classified material e-mailed. >> secretary clinton said she used just one device, was that true? >> she used multiple devices during the four years of her term as secretary of state. >> secretary clinton said all work related e-mails were returned to the state department, was that true? >> no, we found thousands not returned. >> secretary clinton said her lawyers read every one of the e-mails and were overly inclusive. did her lawyers read the e-mail content individually? >> no. >> wow. she lied. she lied repeatedly. he discovered that she lied. she lied about benghazi
repeatedly. and i'm listening to her tonight and then her saying what she did about, oh, it was a mistake. >> the fun nny thing is, matt lauer konlt even get to all the foreign policy failures because he had to spend the first 14 minutes on her e-mail server and vote in iraq. i don't think the clinton campaign could be very happy with tonight's performance. i don't think it looks good for the upcoming debates, and that's not a loop they are going to want rerun and rerun and i would remind everybody of one thing, republicans in the past have been what i call hearing impaired when it comes to doing these hearings. this was masterful today by trey gowdy. lay out the credits -- >> couple weeks ago. >> for jim comey, i want to remind people that he's under oath when he testifies in congress. >> why isn't she under oath? >> she's not under oath when she's at a forum or when he gives a press conference. you're going to see that in an
ad, what you saw tonight, in an ad this fall, i promise. >> i want eric's response to this, because she gave multiple answers as it relates to the e-mail server scandal. tonight we have a new explanation. let's roll tape. >> laws and regulations, in effect, when i was secretary of state allowed me to use my e-mail for work. that is undisputed. >> it clearly wasn't the best choice, and i take responsibility for that decision. >> i thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal e-mails instead of two. >> iphone or android? >> iphone. okay, in full disclosure -- >> blackberry. >> and a blackberry. >> i have an ipad, a mini ipad, mini, and a blackberry. >> i believe i have met all my
responsibilities and the server will remain private. >> in order to be as cooperative as possible, we have turned over the server. they can do whatever they want to with the server to figure out what's there, what's not there. >> but not only did they not clean the server with a cloth, as she glibly told our own ed henry, but they actually used bleach pen to make sure, as trey gowdy said, god couldn't find those e-mails, some 33,000. when you look at the evolution, what's your thoughts? >> i'm a civilian and think the american people deserve a lot better than this. it's disgusting, you see the lies and deception, the lies to congress, see the lies to the department of justice, right. it's really disgusting. the american people deserve better than this, sean. that's why my father's running. you see the corruption in washington, see the amount of money that the clinton foundation took in, the amount of money they've profited off government. >> i've never seen anyone enrich themselves -- what are your
other takeaways here? on libya, got short tripped a little bit, because before there were 600 requests. during she was arguing about what our rescuers are wearing and after were the lies. then it's the iranian deal, then her answer on the va. well, va corruption still exists today, and they are not waiting six days, i think your dad said six days. they've waited years. people died because they have two sets of lists and bureaucrats got their bonuses based on creating the second list, which is corruption at the highest level at the expense of our brave men and women. >> the fundamental difference between hillary clinton and donald trump is this, and you can't get it in one hour town hall forum tonight, sean, he's out there giving policy speeches every day. what did he do today? he went down to philadelphia, gave this military preparedness speech on the day he also -- >> watched it. >> she didn't do that. if you want to know what his full plan is as commander in chief, read that speech. if you want to know what his plan is on middle class tax
relief, law enforcement, communities of color, defeating radical islam and terrorists, on education tomorrow, we're going to have obamacare coming up. in other words, at least you can see, veterans reform act, ten-point plan. she doesn't do this. >> the liberal media i can tell is fixated on donald trump said he's questioning the generals, saying he knows more about isis. what's your response to that? >> i think it's crazy. my father's exact point has been the generals have been handcuffed. >> that's how i interpreted it, as well. >> so have law enforcement across the country, so have border control across the country. you need to give them the tools they need to succeed. they've been asking for the tools and been denied those tools. we have amazing military, the best military in the world. we have the leaders there to beat isis. isis is -- isis is a force. >> the key is, obama, carrie, clinton don't listen to the generals. >> that's right. he mentioned all three in fairness to him, i hope people will play the full clip, eric and sean, because what mr. trump said, matt lauer said do you
have a problem with the military? no, i respect the military, it's president obama's leadership. >> we'll get into that. >> look, the polls are tightening, the clinton folks are getting nervous. why are the polls tightening? they call donald trump unfit and unpresidential. he shows he's presidential, goes to mexico. >> mexico, baton rouge, detroit. philly today. >> america, what's her greatest liability? people think she lies for a living. what's happened to that? that's gotten worse. >> guys, good to see you both. thank you. joining us now with reaction, host of "war stories," oliver i think you know a thing or two about radical islamic terrorism and know something about fighting a war. 58,000 brave americans, you fought in that war, multiple purple hearts given to you in that war. if you hear a presidential candidate glibly say i made a mistake sending you there and it's imperative we learn from the mistake, if you're a father or mother of one of the dead
soldiers, airmen, marines, navymen, as obama would say, navy corpsemen, my question to you is, i don't think i like that answer one bit. i'd be angry. >> well, i'm one of those, my brother, my next younger brother, who was sent to war by lyndon johnson, who made a terrible mistake and didn't run again for re-election because of it. and richard nixon brought us home with the intention of winning the war. now, look, the national security of this country, and its strategy, its budget, its military strength, its equipment buys, all of that, which were raised peripherally by matt lauer tonight, all have to be based on what i would call a cascade of risk, from the greatest risk to the least. and that requires our adversaries and the threats posed. did anybody hear mrs. clinton talk about radical islamic terror tonight? i didn't. >> i didn't hear that either. she spent a lot of time having to explain herself on her e-mail. >> exactly.
>> she says she can be trusted after corrupting national security and comp neromising it. i interviewed a mother, her son, who innocently sent classified information will be spending two years in jail, one instance. one instance. >> i would point out that i was indicted for altering, removing, and destroying u.s. government classified documents, and, therefore, aiding and abetting the congress. mercifully i was exonerated, but at the end of the day, that's exactly what she did. i simply point out there is a truly different standard for those who serve in the armed forces and most who serve in government and the treatment that mrs. clinton is being given by the justice department. >> what did you think, and this didn't get enough play tonight, and i think it really should have, is i want to go back to benghazi, because, you know, at this point what difference does it make was hillary's answer,
but i think what's really imperative here, there were 600 individual requests for security before the incident happened. remember, they were watching it in real time. the brits had left, the red cross had left, the incidents happening, they are watching it, and she's negotiating with her team, she's the highest ranking cabinet official at the table and she's negotiating whether or not we need permission from libya and what uniforms our brave men and women that are going to rescue them and risk their lives should be wearing. then they lie afterwards. >> ever since this terrible event, the crimes that were committed before, during, and after benghazi, are the things that really she ought to be held to account for. they did nothing to prepare for what always will be, listen, it's just a few days away, 9/11 will always be a terror target, because it's a holiday for them. it's a great victory for them. >> such a good point. >> so 9/11, no preparations were
made when it was happening, nothing was done about it, and afterwards they had to lie to cover up their tracks. >> all right, colonel, we got to let you go. always good to see you. >> appreciate you, buddy. coming up, tonight's forum, trump and clinton both laid out their plans to defeat isis. when we come back, sebastian gor gorka, mike flynn with reaction. later, wikileaks founder julian assange, he says the liberal american media is, quote, erecting a demon by protecting hillary clinton from scrutiny. part two of my interview with assange. that's coming up later as we continue tonight right here on "hannity". hold onto your forks. endless shrimp is back at red lobster. that means you get to try as much as you want... ...of whatever flavors are calling your name. seriously. like new garlic sriracha-grilled shrimp. it's a little spice... ...a little sizzle... ...and a lot just right. and try new parmesan peppercorn shrimp.
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welcome back. tonight, earlier both hillary clinton and donald trump talked about the rise of isis at the commander in chief forum. let's take a look. >> part of the problem that we've had is we go in, we defeat somebody, then we don't know what we're doing after that. i always said, take the oil. one of the benefits we would have had if we took the oil is isis would not have been able to take oil and use that oil. >> let me stay on that. >> -- to fuel themselves. if i win, i don't want to broadcast to the enemy exactly what my plan is. >> we have to defeat isis. that is my highest counterterrorism goal. and we've got to do it with air power, we've got to do it with much more support for the arabs and the kurds. we are not putting ground troops into iraq ever again, and we're not putting ground troops into syria. >> here with reaction, author of "the winnable war," sebastien
gorka, also author of "the field of fight." retired lieutenant general michael flynn. general flynn, i think it's wise not to give details. you don't telegraph what you're going to do, especially if you're fighting an enemy like isis. obama and hillary, they told the world, we're pulling out on this date, good, we'll wait it out. >> sean, we have got to stop being what i describe as the best and least in the world. we continuously telegraph every single move we're going to make, whether we're going to take troops out, put troops in. we have to stop doing that. >> were you at all offended, because the liberal media, this is where they are going with this. they are going to ignore the fact she made a mistake that resulted in 5,000-plus dead americans and many others injured. when he talked about the generals, my interpretation, tell me if i'm wrong, the generals have not been given the ability to do their job and the only generals that stuck around
were the people that would say, yes. is that true, is that fair? >> donald trump has enormous respect for our military and the leaders we have in our military that are serving today. what he knows is that the decisions that have been made, incredibly poor judgment on decisions that pull out of iraq that led to the rise of isis. we haven't really talked about libya. the decision to go into libya was solely placed on hillary clinton and libya is a disaster. it's a nonnation state now. isis and al qaeda are running -- >> 600 specific requests denied before it happened. >> no one died in libya, four americans died in libya. >> i'm quoting her. >> i know you are. this is about judgment. and what we saw tonight and what we've seen in the last couple of years, i mean the last decade,
is just incredibly poor judgment. i like to hear people talking about winning and how we're going to win. >> that brings up a good point, we were wrong in iraq, sorry about all you people that died and lost legs and limbs and bled on the battlefield to win mosul, hammadi, tikrit, baghdad, sorry, mistake. then they pull out, create the vacuum for isis, but it's bigger than that. then you have an iranian deal that we discussed that gives the number one state sponsor of terror all this money to build nuclear weapons. then you've got, of course, libya, which the general is talking about. at what point does she have to bear responsibility for all of these decisions being so destructive and so wrong? >> don't hold your breath on that one. it's not going to happen. this is national security, shees never going to take responsibility for the
disastrous iraqi policy, the libya policy, the syria policy, the general is absolutely right. it is a failure to have judgment. they are not interested in national security, sean, they are interested in politics. again, what are they doing? they are telegraphing our moves. >> what about what trump said, generals have been fired, reduced to rubble. in other words, how was your interpretation of that? mine is very different than what i'm hearing on other networks. >> look, the general knows better than anybody else, but as somebody who works very closely with military, in the last seven and a half years, the general officer corps, the flag corps, has become very politicized. if you don't agree with the white house, you could find yourself in the kind of place -- >> hasn't that happened? >> yes. absolutely. >> general, i think right here, didn't that happen to you? >> yeah. you know, let's be very honest. >> you were a contrarian.
what happened? >> to me, you know, i'm sitting here today. >> stuck with you, hannity. >> stuck with you, hannity. this is very serious, this is very serious, because what dr. gorka is talking about, and i know, i know inside of our military there is great frustration. there is. you don't -- and the polls of how many of our military support donald trump is not a mistake. this is a big deal. >> tough question, you're on the inside. is it true that our generals know that there's no hope of getting through to obama and he's going to do what he damn well pleases anyway? >> nothing is going to change. >> they know that. the generals know that. >> they know that. nothing is going to change. here's what i would tell you, and i would tell the american public. there is no enemy that is unbeatable. we know how to beat these guys. we can beat these guys, and there's no ideology better than the american ideology, the american, you know, idea, our way of life. >> i want to pick that up when
we get back, because i think we've got to rethink. i know donald trump laid out a ten-point plan today. don't we have to rethink how we approach war? we can't send kids in humvees that are not even up armored going door to door when we should be building the technology, the new advanced method of warfare. i think that's missing. more with gorka and flynn after the break. julian assange broke news here last night by revealing he could release new documents about hillary as soon as next week. part two of that interview and much more straight ahead. don't let dust and allergens get between you and life's beautiful moments. flonase gives you more complete allergy relief. most allergy pills only control one inflammatory substance. flonase controls 6. and six is greater than one. flonase changes everything. ♪
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have you lost faith in the military commanders? >> i have great faith in the military, i have great faith in certain of the commanders, certainly, but i have no faith in hillary clinton or the leadership. you look at what's happened and, you know, when she comes in and starts saying i would have done this. she's been there for 30 years.
we need change, matt. we have to have it. and we have to have it fast. >> and he reiterated no faith in obama or the generals working with obama, because he's not listening to them anyway. here with us, sebastien gorka, retired general flynn. you disagreed with obama. you were pushed aside. is that true? >> yeah. >> generals are kicked out. >> part of that is that it's this whole notion of the ideology that radical islamist ideology that we know and those of us in the intelligence community and those of us in the military know this is what we're facing. we've been fighting them. i've sat across these guys in interrogations, i know exactly what i'm talking about here. what donald trump said tonight is that he has enormous respect for those -- >> he said that repeatedly and that's being ignored by the media. the american public are not that dumb, sean. >> so to you, this is very key to me, though. you had a contrarian view, you
believe we can defeat isis, you have a plan. dr. gorka has a plan, but they wouldn't listen to you and you're out. >> yeah, and i think the other thing -- >> you know, part of the problem is, is that inside of the military right now, i know their hands are tied. i mean, it's like the border patrol that's come out and said we support donald trump -- >> crucial. >> these are law enforcement and military professionals. >> hands are tied. >> their hands are tied. >> he's the commander in chief. >> we're talking about isis, an enemy that can be beaten. no enemy is unbeatable. >> let me bring dr. gorka in. his story, if you don't mind me using you general here, is crucial to trump's comments here. and it puts context and texture to the entire answer. his hands were tied and he's thrown out for being contrarian, that tells me obama's not listening to anybody but his own arrogant radical self. and that's where the problem
comes in. >> sean, it's the echo chamber, okay, it's very important to listen to what happened to the general. the general was the director of the defense intelligence agency. the highest ranking military intelligence professional in america, who was never invited to meet the commander in chief. this is the man who resolutionized our intelligence gathering in afghanistan when general flynn was responsible in afghanistan for intelligence. you need to listen to what he's saying. the viewers need to understand when the general says absolutely true, there is no enemy america cannot defeat, but we have to have a president who believes we are at war and wants to defeat enemies. >> dr. gorka, i didn't hear hillary challenged on why she can't utter the phrase radical islam. i think that's crucial. you have to fight them, right? >> it was a dog and pony show,
sean. you have to look at the philadelphia speech. donald trump's philadelphia speech lays down the reality. the cops in the army and navy -- >> if hillary is going to admit war is a politicized -- it's a mistake, oops, sorry your kid's dead, and we did the same thing in vietnam, does america need to invest strategically and tactically in the notion that we're not going to send kids door to door like we did in iraq without uparmored humvees getting their legs blown off or blown to smithereens and is there a new way to fight wars without putting these kids on the ground? general? >> so, i would love to hear sebastian gorka's answer on this, too. to the short answer, yes. the longer answer is, we have to give the resources, the resources that our commanders need. >> and the sequester. >> in terms of building up our
military. people should go and listen to what donald trump said today in philadelphia. >> running out of time. dr. gorka, do we need strategic tactical shifts to ensure the safety of brave men and women when politicians are going to say, oops, sorry, your kid's dead, i made a mistake? >> refuel the fight by the general. check out my book "defeating jihad," but most important of all, the rules of engagement have to be changed. guys are handicapped right now. >> all right, thank you all for being with us. general, good to see you. dr. gorka, thank you. coming up, part two, my interview with wikileaks founder julian assange. last night he revealed he may release more documents pertaining to hillary clinton as early as next week. i asked how significant that material is. he'll give us that answer next. later, more reaction to tonight's commander in chief forum. we'll check in with a.j. delgado, lisa boothe as we continue here on "hannity". tired of re-dosing antacids? try duo fusion! new, two in one heartburn relief.
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welcome back to "hannity." last night julian assange made news on this program when he revealed he'll release several batches of documents related to hillary clinton possibly as early as next week. here's part two of my interview with him. >> let me go to the hillary issue for a second. you did liken her to a demon, which i found amusing, but then you went on to say the american liberal press is falling all over themselves to defend hillary clinton, erecting a demon that is going to put nooses around everyone's neck as soon as she wins the election, which is almost certainly what she's going to do. meaning if she wins. i don't think anyone can accurately predict right now which way this election is going to go. that's my own personal opinion. what did you mean by that? >> well, it's a bit taken out of context by critics like "the new york times." i wasn't talking hillary clinton as a person, but rather the climate that they are erecting. it is a demon, that climate, if
hillary clinton is elected. and they have legitimized a climate of calling opposition leaders, calling critical press russian agents, her campaign team has done it both mr. trump, us, as for the greens candidate, jill stein, and another small publisher in the united states. they are legitimizing that climate. when "the new york times" sa kind of banded bearer of the liberal press says that's an okay thing to do for a ruling party candidate, to come out and say the opposition leaders and the press are foreign agents, in order to turn around a domestic scandal, that's a really serious problem. >> you know, i give you more credit than those in the liberal press. i'm a commentator, i'm a talk show host. i openly tell this audience i have strong conservative opinions, but i would expect
objective journalists to be doing a lot of what you're doing, and you're right, i think they are unwilling to do that because they've got a political agenda in play. you have talked at length about other information that you have that you'll be releasing to the american public prior to the election in november. can you give us any insight about that information? do you think it will have a dramatic impact on the electoral results? >> i don't know about electoral results. i'm quite cynical about politics or skeptical about politics, as i'm sure you probably are. things can have an interesting way. i do think the material that we have that we're working on around the clock is significant, and it's up to people to look at it and run with it. now, i'm sure fox news will run with some of that, but in the dnc leak, yes, we saw the resignation of five of the top dnc officials, including the
president, but did "the new york times" run with it? no, did msnbc run with it? no. in fact, msnbc, politico, and nbc, were exposed as conspireing with the dnc to subvert bernie sanders' campaign. but people in the united states came to our website, some journalists also came, and it was the public who took it up and pushed it. i hope that will happen again. >> you said you were going to release more information before the election in november, if you had to maybe rate it on a scale of one to ten, ten being most significant, how significant is it? >> well, it's not just one type of information. we have thousands and thousands of records. so it's, you know, each hundred records gives you a story, so you have to kind of understand each story, and that is a lot of
work to format it, to verify it, to put it in particular fashions to be released, which wikileaks is tax deductible in the united states, if people want to buy and help us do that. we're a small outfit. this has been attacked by the obama administration for six years now. in an investigation that's been condemned by human rights watch, by the u.n., by even by the aclu. >> you have said that if you had information on any candidate you feel the public has a right to know. do you have any information, any batches, if you will, on donald trump? >> we have information which touches on the republican party's campaign.ssessing that we'll publish it, of course, but donald trump is -- he makes very controversial statements. he doesn't have a history of being in government.
>> he doesn't use e-mail, you know that, right? he doesn't use e-mail. personally. >> i'm sorry? >> donald trump does not use e-mail personally. >> all right. simply a wise choice. >> let me ask you one last question on the morals and ethics of this. i actually do applaud, you've exposed a lot about our government that i am appreciative of as a citizen, because i think there have been things that have been going on that we need to know about, and i hope it wakes people up. what do you -- where do you draw a line in terms of the right to citizens, private citizens, or, you know, people even in the public to have privacy? >> well, look, we publish information from political parties and governments. we're not interested in information from private individuals, unless they are billionaires or trying to manipulate or drive the political system in some way. people don't need to worry about
wikileaks' interested in that. before the big corrupt organizations, you know, dodgy politicians and so on, we just say what they say. nothing to hide, you've got nothing to fear. what's their problem in the public knowing the truth? because that's all we publish. there's no allegations that we haven't been completely accurate. >> 100% true. somebody like george soros would be on your radar, he's trying to influence elections and impact the political process? >> we will be publishing a lot of information, but it has been published elsewhere, but in a very unusable form. that's part of what we do, as well, take records that are extremely hard to use, like some of the state department records. we created wonderful libraries of how modern institutions actually behave across the world in the united states and other countries, as well, published 650,000 documents on russia, most of them critical.
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more reaction to the night's commander in chief forum. lisa boothe, trump campaign senior adviser, our friend a.j. delgado. what are the headlines from tonight's event from your perspective, not the liberal media perspective? >> i thought it was amazingly poor performance from hillary clinton. surprisingly bad one, which is kind of has me wondering how she'll perform in a debate. she faltered badly under pressure, sean. she seemed as though she was going to have some sort of emotional breakdown when he started questioning her about the e-mails. she knows she's lying and has been caught lying, knows she broke the law. >> extended the lie tonight. new answer, we had a new lie tonight. >> when do we not? come in every day. >> i could playing itting treyn and again. pretty profound, right? >> we've heard a million different iterations of the
classified information. i didn't send classified information, okay, i sent classified information but i didn't really know what the c meant. i thought it meant it was alpha baatized. come on. hillary clinton, i believe, donald trump is right when he says hillary clinton has disqualified herself from being commander in chief. the reality is, let's look at the actions, she reportedly spent $140,000 out of her own pocket to set up a private e-mail server, deleted tens of thousands of e-mails using bleach bit. >> my favorite part. did you wipe the server clean? like, with, like, a cloth? they are using bleach bit. jesus can't find it. that's what bleach bit is for. >> not even that. >> you're an attorney and went to harvard law, correct? isn't that intent, criminal intention? they had a subpoena and destroyed evidence.
doesn't get cleaner than that. i have a homework sienlt, go google. go google the name brian, i want to make sure i get it right. pretty much did what hillary clinton did. he was fined and he can no longer have security clearance. >> julian assange is on my show for an hour tomorrow but i'm also interviewing a guy going off to jail, because he sent out classified. >> smashed phones with hammers. >> by the way, -- aides -- >> there were 13 devices. >> there is no question if she
was hiding something. you don't take those actions. >> i couldn't be more in agreement. >> the number. >> it's my ipad. >> and -- this -- hammer away. >> that is not weird at all. >> very presidential. >> do you have bleach bit? anybody? >> it's very expensive. i've never had the money. >> i never tried to hide something to that degree. sorry. >> why can't you just, if it's about yoga, wedding and funeral, why not delete it? >> or hand them over? >> turns out 17,000. >> she said she turned over her work related e-mails. that is not the case. that is not the case. >> when we come back, a very ♪
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