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i have missed you all. it is four long months, joel. can you believe it? you seem so happy to have me back. i am julie banderas, hanitty starts now. way. have a great weekend. welcome to "hannity." donald trump caps off another very good wee >> there is a rally in the key state of florida. >> there are thousands of people outside who can't get in. >> fantastic. canned can clear way to go. thank you. thank you, everybod it is so great to be back in florida, my second home. you know it's my second home. thank you. thousands of people outside cannot get in. this is what's happening. it's a movement like they have never seen before.
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decades of political failure and corruption will come swiftly to an end, and a new american future will begin november 8th. the citizens of this country will be in charge once more, and it's about time. the special interests have had their day. that chapter in our history is closing. we're going to bring back victory. we're going to bring back common sense. we're going to bring back something that the country has not had in a long, long time. we're going to start winning again. the history book is closing on the failed politicians of yesterday. a new chapter is beginning, and
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this chapter will be authored by you, the american people. not me, you. this will be your time. you will be running the show. this is a movement like they've never seen. the show is beginning. hillary clinton -- and you can see that from those e-mails. [ audience booing ] is a very dishonest candidate of the past. ours is the campaign of the future. in this future, we're going to pursue new trade policies that put american workers first, and we're going to keep our jobs in our country. we're not going to let them take our jobs anymore, folks.
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we're not going to let it happen. it's been happening long enough. and the reason they don't do anything about it is because the special interests and the donors control our politicians, and they control hillary clinton. and it's never, ever going to happen. take a look at new york state. when she was the senator from new york state, she campaigned by saying that she was going to bring jobs back to new york state. new york state is a disaster. >> also this week after whining about how the media is covering her campaign, hillary clinton actually held a press conference after, what, 280 days. take a look. >> no conversation about our national security would be complete unless we acknowledge that the nominee on the other side promises to do things that will make us less safe. every day that goes by, this
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just becomes more and more of a reality television show. it's not -- it's not a serious presidential campaign. >> here with reaction, trump campaign senior advisor a.j. delgado, fox news contributor mercedes schlapp, and foreign clinton pollster doug schoen. a.j., i start with you. it's interesting to watch that after donald trump goes to baton rouge and after donald trump has a pretty successful meeting with the mexican president and after he has a good value voters summit and after he also has a great town hall, it looks like hillary clinton can't hide any longer. donald trump is looking pretty presidential and a lot more energetic. >> absolutely. you know what i find remarkable about that clip is she calls him reckless and dangerous. sean, can we take a look at her foreign policy for a minute? four prongs here. iraq, hillary was in favor of it. donald trump was against it. check the neil cavuto interview from two months before the war. syria, she wants to establish a
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no-fly zone there. the russians are already flying there, so that means military conflict, potential war with russia. libya, she involved us in that, taking down gaddafi. donald trump at the time was critical of it. russia. while trump is trying to be and very much so presidential, diplomatic in extending the hand of not necessarily friendship, but engagement with a dialogue with russia, just like ronald reagan did, these should be our allies in fighting isis. she wants us to have conflict with russia. four reckless and dangerous positions on foreign policy. >> oh, sorry, i made a mistake. i sent you to iraq. oops. we got to learn from it. 5,000 dead americans. we got to learn from it, and nobody died in libya. we got to learn from that too. let's look at some of the poll numbers. trump has had a good month now. here's some interesting polling numbers, doug shown. if you look among hispanics, african-americans, look at
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trump's number. 19%, the black community. he's doing outreach in detroit. i thought his speech one of the best he ever gave. the hispanic number, it's very strong. >> yeah. >> if he gets up to the 90% number, 92% with republicans and he holds these numbers, he's the next president. >> that is true. the reason hillary went out today -- and i thought she did a good job today. she made it clear she disagrees with trump about putin. but the reason she's out is because she is sinking in the polls. i put that in my "wall street journal" article. it's a fact. she has to get out. she can't hide. she started today. a good first step, but, sean, this is a very close election. >> two press conferences in a week. i mentioned the one earlier this week. now i mentioned the one today. she's not exactly getting hard hitting questions. we can look quinnipiac. it's 47-47 in florida. no big surprise. in one poll, in the quinnipiac m p poll, she's up 47 perfect 43.
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46-45 trump in ohio. look, it's a five-point race in pennsylvania. five-point race in michigan. three-point race in wisconsin. hillary has got a lot of defending to do here and more options seem to be opening up for trump in terms of the electoral map if this continues, mercedes. >> well, you know, again trump has been viewed as the underdog, right, sean? so then what has hillary done? hillary has spent her time on just a one focus strategy, which is that saying trump is dangerous. that's not enough because what's happening is trump is being very proactive. i mean just this week they outlined two separate messages. beginning of the week, it was national security, america first, peace through strength where you would have limited military engagement as well as a strong military. that's a strong message. then at the end of the week, what was he talking about, school choice. something that's a kitchen table issue. it draws in not only african-americans that would be interested in this issue, hispanics, but also women, which we saw in the last cnn poll that with married women, he's actually doing better than hillary clinton.
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he's up 54%. >> she's got one ethical issue after another. clinton foundation selling access, selling her soul. she's got this whole issue with e-mail that does not go away. e-mail might be the very reason she loses. but there's another reason. she's not extremely principled. listen to hillary flip-flopping on issues like immigration, and then i'll play her flip-flopping the sunday after 9/11. it's the 15th anniversary this sunday. the sunday after 9/11, she was for racial profiling. so let's show hillary clinton in all of her flipping, flopping, flailing. she's like john kerry voting for the $87 billion and then voting against it. watch this. >> i do not think that it is either appropriate to give a driver's license to someone who is here undocumented. >> in 2007, you opposed giving driver's licenses to undocumented people. why? >> well, back then, it was a state-by-state determination, and i'm happy that most states have understood and moved in the right direction. >> are you going to crack down
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on the sanctuary states? >> no, i'm not, and i'll tell you why. i'm not. i'm not because the reason way a lot of those folks do it in new york -- why do police officers turn a blind eye? >> because they want them to report crimes. >> they want them to report crimes. >> the city made a mistake not to deport someone that the federal government strongly felt should be deported. so i have absolutely no support for a city that ignores the strong evidence that should be acted on. >> i voted numerous times when i was a senator to spend money to build a barrier to try to prevent illegal immigrants from coming in. >> you want a wall, then? >> no. we've -- >> you said that. >> well, i voted for border security, and some of it was a fence. i don't think we ever called it a wall. >> would illegal immigrants be covered under your plan? >> illegal immigrants would not be covered, no. they would not be covered. i want to open up the
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opportunity for immigrants to be able to buy in to the exchanges under the affordable care act. >> everyone recognizes we have to tighten security. we have to do whatever it takes to keep our people safe. >> including profiling, senator? >> well, i think we have to do whatever it takes, sam. and i believe that, you know, tuesday changed everything. tuesday was a day that america has never, ever had to experience. and i hope to heaven that we never have to again. but we are in a war situation, and we're going to have to do things that people do in times of war. >> she was wrong. she admitted it. let's go through this. she admitted this week her vote to send kids to iraq was wrong. they died because of her decision. now she was for profiling, doug. she was for driver's licenses before she was against driver's licenses, for snks cities, against sanctuary cities. for the wall, against the wall. coverage for health care for
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illegals, against coverage for health care. >> right. >> then she said, i won't use the word illegal immigrants even though she's used the word illegal immigrants. does she have any core at all or is it all political expediency? is there a core? >> i think what we're seeing is she is playing politics now because she -- >> she doesn't have a core. >> she has three states that matter. that's what matters to her. that's her core. wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania. she is going to run a tough negative campaign on trump because -- >> trump's a racist, sexist -- >> i don't think he's a racist. >> no, she's going to say it. her campaign already is. >> a clear world view that is malleable. >> so basically she has no core, a.j. she has no core. >> malleable? is that the word, doug? >> malleable. >> how is that even the same person? you watch that clip. by the way, she's lying. i heard her say i talked about a fence. i never mentioned a wall. that's a lie. look it up, 2006. she literally said the word wall, that a wall in some places
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would be appropriate. she's not only a flip-flopper, she lies about the flip-flopping. this is insane. how is she even qualified to run? this shouldn't be allowed. >> mercedes, you're going to get the last word here. >> there's a phrase in spanish that a.j. will understand. [ speaking spanish ] enough already. for hillary clinton, it's all about political convenience. the same way it was convenient for her to use 15,000 blackberries and ipads that were destroyed by a hammer. let's get real people. >> don't forget bleachbit. that's very important. >> $2 billion from the clintons to make this all go away. >> you mean like with a cloth? no. they used bleachbit so that god couldn't read it and jesus couldn't read it. good to see you all. >> thank you. >> thank you. coming up, donald trump on message attacking hillary clinton with polls for the race for the white house now tightening. rnc chairman reince priebus is here with reaction. also later tonight.
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>> that message, i'll give you, america great again, if you're a white southerner, you know exactly what it means, don't you. >> bill clinton's suggesting that trump's slogan, make america great again, is racist. one problem. he used the phrase over and over again. is he calling himself a racist? all of that, and actor john voight will join us as we continue on this busy friday on "hannity." i love that my shop is part of the morning ritual around here.
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>> she says she regrets making those comments in eye fundraiser last night but believes that the word deplorable is a fair description of trump campaign. and activist say that at least 45 people have been killed and the violence comes just hours after the u.s. and russia brokered a deal to restore peace in syria the ceasefire is supposed to begin on monday. i am julie banderas. back to hanity. and for all of your headlines log on to fox the politics of people like hillary clinton have produced only poverty, joblessness, and rising crime. hillary clinton opposes school
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choice because she is controlled totally -- totally, like a puppet -- by special interests. it was the failed policies, you have to remember, of hillary clinton and obama that unleashed isis in the first place. unfortunately for our country, our enemies probably hacked into hillary clinton's e-mails. these are the same e-mails she destroyed after receiving a federal subpoena. >> donald trump going after his democratic rival on multiple issues at the values voters summit in washington, d.c. now, this tops off what has been yet another very bad week for hillary clinton after cracking under the pressure of some tough but fair questions during nbc's commander in chief forum. clinton is now changing her strategy. she's actually now talking to the press for the first time in 280 days. pretty amazing. here now with reaction, rnc chairman reince priebus. i'm looking at polls. neck and neck in most of the
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swing states. you look at the breakdown, you see donald trump is doing better among black americans than the last eight republican presidential candidates. among independents, crushing hillary clinton. hispanics, he's doing very well. you know where he's doing poorly? with the republicans. he's getting about 73, 74, or 75% of republicans. he needs 90%. now, you've got opposition from "wall street journal," nro, jonah goldberg, the glenn becks of the world, the mitt romney team in total, and some four presidential candidates that signed a pledge for you -- kasich, bush, lindsey graham and ted cruz. i'm a little pissed off at all these people because they're helping hillary. are you mad? >> well, yeah, of course. i mean they're absolutely helping hillary. if you're not voting for donald trump, you're basically voting for hillary clinton. look, you're right. it was a pledge, and it wasn't just a pledge. in some cases, it was a data
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exchange agreement where the candidates received valuable data and information in exchange for that information they agreed to support the nominee, whomever he or she was. and so i think they should honor the pledges, and i think that our state chairman and our committee people on the committee are going to review this situation, and there may be consequences in the future. but, look, i saw some polling that should give you a much better feeling about this. this cnn poll came out this week, had a much higher percentage of republican support for donald trump. >> what was the percentage of that poll? i don't remember. >> it was in the high 80s. >> he needs 92. if he gets to 92 -- >> i think by the time we get to november, sean, i think he's going to get there, especially if he continues down this path that he's on. i think everybody is very pleased with what he's been doing. >> baton rouge, mexico. i thought his speech in particular in detroit was strong. value voters summit today. >> i think he did very well --
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he did very well in the forum the other day, the military forum. he won easily. he did a great job. hillary clinton was very, very defensive, and she was upset because she couldn't believe that she -- >> you know when the liberals in the media are blasting poor matt lauer. i'm not a fan of lauer's -- >> that was hillary clinton's campaign. the reason she was so fiery, it wasn't because they were serious issues like she claims. they were serious issues, but she was beyond upset because she couldn't believe that she had to stand there for 11 minutes and answer questions about something she did to herself. and when that air force corpsman stood up and said i would be in prison if i did what you did, her team and surrogates went after matt lauer and nbc all night and the next day. you know, look, this is what republicans -- >> let me ask you this. >> we deal with a double standard every single day of our
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lives in the media. this wasn't a double standard. she had what she had coming, and she's going to answer more tough questions like that in the future. >> how could matt lauer not ask about the e-mails? i mean it's ridiculous. she's been ducking and dodging and hiding, you know, more than anybody. reince, good to see you. >> you bet. >> 60 days to go. no pressure on you. you better do your job. thank you. coming up tonight on "hannity." >> that message, i'll give you america great again, is if you're a white southerner, you know exactly what it means, don't you? >> bill clinton playing the race card, insinuating donald trump's campaign slogan is racist. well, sorry, bill, but we have video of you using the exact same phrase over and over and over and over again. plus chelsea clinton calls out donald trump's rhetoric, saying he's misogynistic and sexist. chelsea, you really want to go there? we got a lot to say about your father. okay. you open the debate. we'll do it. plus hollywood a-lister jon
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voight introduced donald trump at the value voters summit. at the value voters summit. he'll joi upgrade your phone system and learn how you could save
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i'm actually old enough to remember the gold ood old day a they weren't all that good in many ways. that message, i'll give you america great again, is if you're a white southerner, you know exactly what it means, don't you? what it means is, i give you an economy you had 50 years ago, and i'll move you back up on the social totem pole and other people down. what hillary wants to do is take the totem pole down and let us all go forward together. >> that was former president bill clinton earlier this week implying that donald trump's slogan make america great again is racist. it's funny that bill thinks that because it's a phrase that he used years ago over and over and over. i used it over and over again in
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front of all those hot chicks on the campaign trail. take a look. >> i believe that together we can make america great again. i want to attack these problems and make america great again. >> paid for by clinton for president. >> and now you are being called upon, every one of you, to secure a better future for your children and your grandchildren and to make america great again economically, educationally and socially. >> it's time for another comeback. time to make america great again. i know hillary's the one that can do it. >> paid for by hillary clinton for president. >> i'm hillary clinton, candidate for president, and i approve this message. >> all right. joining us now with reaction, ceo for the national diversity coalition for donald trump, reverend darrell scott. joe consha. deneen borelli. pastor scott, by bill clinton's own definition, he's a racist. >> yeah. i mean, you know, here's slick willy. he's the pot calling the kettle black. this is the same guy that
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belonged to two white-only country club in the '90s. the same guy who fought to rez tan the confederate flag. watch this. by his own definition, he's a racist. this is a guy that doesn't know what the definition of sex is. i didn't have sex with that woman. >> the reality is he said white southerners know. so he used a phrase that white southerners knew back when he was running. here's what gets interesting deneen is j. william fulbright bill clinton cites as his mentor. hillary clinton's mentor is a guy by the name of robert ku klux klan byrd. her mentor. >> it's interesting that bill clinton is using this language to justify robert byrd being a klansman. but, listen, the clinton campaign is getting very desperate right now. they're going to play every card they possibly can, the race card, the woman card, the
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russian card. they are concerned that donald trump's message is resonating with black voters. his message of empowerment, school choice, pro-energy, pro-economic policies, they are concerned about that. and anytime they play the race card, it's a sign of desperation. >> i agree with you. joe, this is a certain timing to all of this. let me play chelsea clinton talking about donald trump being a misogynist and a sexist. i'm like, chielsea, your dad, yu want to go there? okay. let's play the game. >> what's your response to donald trump saying your mom does not look presidential? >> where to begin? or maybe i would hope that everyone could see that as sad, misogynistic, sexist rhetoric that i hope we have moved beyond in the 21st century. >> timing is interesting to me. i want to get your observation on this, joe. the timing is that hillary clinton, under fire. clinton foundation, 55%, the
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a.p. reports of those meetings that she had with individuals are either donors or people pledging money. now we've got hillary under fire all week. more e-mail problems, one after another. you got chelsea playing the sex card, the gender card. and you got bill playing the race card. is this a coincidence, or is this designed to diversity attention? >> i think we're running out of kashds at this point. how many cards can you play? the bottom line is that the clintons led by -- or hillary clinton by eight points in the real clear politics average just four weeks ago. donald trump has won every week since then, and now it's a virtual dead heat and the swing states are going in that direction as well. i don't think it's any co-ence dense, sean, that these cards are being played when hillary clinton has lost momentum clearly. and used the sexist card. they used it against matt lauer as well. they said he kept interrupting hillary on wednesday because she was fill bustering. >> if you look closely, donald trump was interrupted more agreszively 13 times.
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hillary only six or seven times. >> and donald trump got more questions. the whole thing about bill clinton saying make america great again. somebody else used it as well, ronald reagan as well. >> show the poster. >> go to the google machine and you can see, reagan, make america great again. >> by the way, he did make america great again. he succeeded. >> sean, bill clinton is mocking people in coal country, kentucky and west virginia just because they're not in line with the progressive policies. so bill clinton has no use for them, and he's mocking these people. it's unbelievable. >> guys, good to see you all. thank you for being with us. coming up, donald trump addressed the values voters summit. jon voight introduced donald trump. later, sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack. have we gone back to a pre 9/11nd mind set? we'll get to that with dr. sebastian gorka and much more sebastian gorka and much more tonight here on "hannity."
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and take control today. welcome back to "hannity." donald trump spoke to conservatives at the value voters summit in washington, d.c. this week. here are some of the highlights. >> our media culture often mocks and demeans people of faith, and you understand that. your values of love, charity, and faith built this nation. our politicians have really abandoned you to a large extent. so let me state this right up front. a trump administration, our christian heritage will be cherished, protected, defended like you've never seen before. >> joining us now, legendary hollywood actor jon voight. he introduced donald trump at the summit today. a good friend of mine, and i'm also a fan of his. how are you, sir?
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good to see you, my friend. >> i'm great, sean. it's good to be with you. >> you know, what he said today, i really have been critical of obama, who is unwilling to say the words radical islam. >> yes, of course. >> but worse than that, he has said the terrible deeds done in the same of christ and talked about the crusades, and i listened to donald trump there, and he said, yeah, christians have been mocked and demeaned. and those qualities of love, charity, and faith, they did build this nation. obama doesn't seem to want to say those things, to me. >> yes. well, i think he's got other agendas, of course. but the people, you know, the christian people throughout the world have been attacked, and we've been attacked right here in this country in many ways. and so the reception for donald trump here has been quite extraordinary. >> you know -- >> and his speech was wonderful. by the way, you know, his speech was wonderful. i wish that people could listen to the whole speech. it was quite an extraordinary
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speech, and people were standing throughout the entire speech here. >> yeah, we actually ran it on fox earlier today. i know it's on if people haven't seen it. they have an opportunity to see it. you were very outspoken early on, and you said that you believe that donald trump would be a very good president. i agree with you. >> yes. >> and there are some republicans that seem to be putting their heads in the sand and not comparing trump's position on supreme court justices and his position on vetting refugees and securing our borders and eliminating obamacare and energy independence and education back to the states. why do you think there's this mysterious reluctance among some, quote, the intelligentsia as they consider themselves in the republican party? >> well, you know, there's a lot of good people among them. when people start -- early on when he had a little bit of a roughness about his speech and stuff and he's not too smooth, he's not slick, but he's
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completely honest. but early on they chose other people, and they built their own arguments against donald trump. and they were so in love with their own arguments, they couldn't let them go, and they still hold on to them a little bit sometimes. but i think coming toward this election, they're going to realize the stakes, and you repeat them every night to people. you make that list of the important things that they should be thinking about. and i think there's going to be a unity coming on november 8th. >> yeah, i hope so. you know, you're one of hollywood's biggest actors. one of my favorite agentors even before i knew you. you have no fear at all. you've never had any fear expressing your strongly and deeply held political beliefs. have you paid a price at all for that? >> well, you know, you never know what goes on behind closed doors. but i've been very fortunate to have, you know, roles offered me all through my career. i've been very, very lucky. and i think that there are
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more -- you know, there are more wood than one would think in all echelons, even among the actors. but they kind of keep their heads down a little bit because there's an awful lot of real hatred coming from the left unfortunately, and they're very outspoken. so we have that little difficulty. but, look, i was on the left one time, and i always think, you know, the problem is information. if they get some of the facts, maybe they can turn around. so i'm really always open to talk to anybody. >> yeah. did you get to spend time with trump? is there a part of him that you know that you want to share with people that maybe don't have the opportunity to see him behind the scenes as i do and as you do? >> i'll tell you one thing that i -- i just saw him just for a little bit. but, you know, he was very moved by the whole evening. and coming off the stage, he was very moved by it and very grateful to me. and, you know, he is very
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considerate. he's a very considerate guy. he goes to the guys who run the -- you know, run the machinery for his -- you know, his teleprompter, and he always gives them a little pat and stuff like that, but it's very sincere. he's got a lot of compassion. he cares about people, and his speeches are starting to reflect that too. >> yeah, and i've had the same experience. always says hi to my crew and the people that work with us and the camera guys and the producers and directors. jon voight, it's been a while. good to see you. thanks for coming back. >> great, sean. god bless. >> joining us now with reaction, the president of liberty university, jerry falwell, robert jeffers. dr. fall well, you said from day one, we're not electing a pastor in chief. we are electing a president of the united states, a commander in chief. that was a pretty connecting speech for people of faith today as i watched it. one that i think your father would be proud of. >> very proud.
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i think he hit all of the major issues that are important to people of faith, the johnson amendment. you know, that's very important to us, to the university where i work because so many liberal universities, ivy league universities, left-wing ideology is so pervasive that they pretty much are democrat voter indoctrination camps. it was in the news today at a major university, the professor was using the e-mail list of the school to promote hillary clinton, and you never see left-wing schools ever tagged by this johnson amendment. it's always conservative churches, conservative schools. in 2008, i endorsed mike huckabee personally, and americans united for separation of church and state filed a complaint against liberty university because i endorsed mike huckabee. and we had to go through all that process, and we actually filed a complaint against them for violating their own 501 c 3 status by only going after and
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filing complaints against conservative universities and churches. and so they never bothered us again after that. but there's so many churches and schools, conservative schools that are -- it's a chilling effect on them. >> this is important, but i don't think most people even know what you're talking about with the johnson amendment. why don't you explain what that is. >> it's a 1954 amendment that was attached to a bill in congress. it was signed by the president at the time, and it basically said no nonprofit organization, no university, no church can endorse or oppose a candidate. and so since that time, though, there's only been complaints filed against conservative churches and schools. >> not liberal ones. >> never liberal ones. a former new york mayor bloomberg spoke at harvard in 2014 for their commencement, and he chastised the ivy league because 96% of their faculty and staff donated to the obama
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administration. many of their speakers were disinvited because they were conservatives, and they were denied an honor rear degree like the one you received at liberty once, sean. it's just very telling that this johnson amendment is only used against conservatives. we're the only ones that feel intimidated. >> they should have freedom of speech like everybody else. dr. jeffers, did donald trump make inroads with the evangelical and faith community today? >> he certainly did, sean, because he spoke about the issue that not only resonated today, but it's resonating with evangelicals everywhere, and that's the appointment of conservative supreme court justices. trump has made a commitment that he's going to appoint justices who interpret the law using the constitution rather than political correctness as the standard. you know, sean, the issues many of us evangelicals care about, religious liberty and the sanctity of life are to be determined by the extreme court.
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>> dr. jeffress, this will impact this country for generations. that one issue alone ought to be a game-changer for anyone that says they are a conservative. >> let me say i agree. i agree. and that's why i am getting sick and tired of these famby pamby weak kneed christians who say they're going to stay at home in november out of moral principle. will you please tell me what moral principle there is in the universe that would allow a prohibition, anti-religious liberty candidate like hillary clinton to become the president? i believe any conservative christian who refuses to vote or throws away his vote in november is nothing but a hypocrite and a fool. >> all right, guys. good to see you both. appreciate your time. >> and, sean, the vouchers is very important. i was so glad to hear that he mentioned that because that's how the teachers unions and the democratic party have kept minorities down, kept them from getting the education they need to succeed. if you bring jobs back to the united states, you've got to
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reeducate the pop yew lass. >> we're destroying all of that god given talent with a horrible education system. coming up, while americans prepare to remember the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack, the threats posed by isis, radical islam is growing both here and abroad. dr. sebastian gorka is going to react to the question, have we gone back to a pre- 9/11 mentality? straight ahead. picking up for kyle. here you go. you wouldn't put up with part of a pizza. um. something wrong? so when it comes to pain relievers, why put up with just part of a day? you want the whole thing? yes, yes! live whole. not part. aleve.
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welcome back to "hannity." . does this threat around the ghoeb and here in our homeland is growing according to the fbi, there are isis related cases now in all 50 states. and now, since 2014, over 105 people have been charged and seven have been convicted. in the same time frame there have been 30 isis-linked plots to attack this country. here with reaction is dr. sebastian gorka.
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if we have a president and a presidential candidate that can't say radical islamic jihad and we have germany and sweden and paris and all over the world, have we learned anything? do we go back to the 9-11 commission? >> you have to know yourself and the enemy. the sad fact is that americans are in greater danger hahn the day they were before september 11th, 2001. isis cases in every state. we've just arrested the 110th isis supporter in america, in roanoke, virginia. if you look at the facts on the ground, it's the same everywhere.
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the nctc, the national counter terrorism center just briefed him and said there are isis affiliates today in 18 nations around the world. it's now more than double that. the threat increased. >> let's say we're right. and i pray to owe god we're wrong, that we have a pre-9-11 mind set. let's say it's the aftermath and next commission comes together. are they going to talk about misidentifying fort food? overseas contingencies, work place violence, are they going to mention giving $150 billion to the number one state sponsor of terrorism? are they going to mention creating a vacuum for isis to emerge? are they going to mention those things? in other words can i write the story ahead of time that we set
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the stage for the next big attack? >> i think that is only going to happen, we're only going to grasp reality if we have men with a back bone, if we have leaders, men, women, politicians. because it takes that to defeat your enemy. in world war ii it was the same, under president reagan, under the cold war, we spoke truthfully about the enemy. we called them evil and called them a threat. the jihadis are the same. >> radical islamic terrorism is evil in our time. isis is evil. why is it so hard for them to say that? >> because they don't believe in objective truth. they believe in all cultures equal except america which is worse than everything else, that
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is the thing. remember the apology tour, right sf. >> good point. >> let's talk about terrible deeds in the same of christ. >> talking about when? >> crusades, christians fighting for lands taken by radical islamics of their team. >> we're talking about people being crucified, beheaded as we speak. >> yes. and beheaded. >> and gays and lesbians being killed, christians and jews persecuted. coming up, a very important question of the day, straight ahead. it's not just a car... it's your daily retreat. go ahead, spoil yourself. the es and es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection.
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♪ (humming) ♪ so you're up at dawn, ♪ k, , look alive. ♪ you've been saving for a big man-cave. ♪ (chuckling) good luck with that, dave. ♪ you made the most of your retirement plan, ♪ ♪ so you better learn to drive that rv, man.♪ ♪ so many things you're doing in your life. ♪ ♪ welcome back to "hannity." time for our question of the day. has america -- this is an important question -- gone back to a pre-9/11 mind-set. sadly, i hope i'm dead wrong. but i believe we have. what do you think? go to slash sean
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hannity, @sean hath handity on twitter. 57 days mondayological election day. buck 'em up. it's going to be a great ride. we'll continue on monday. see you then. breaking tonight, hillary clinton apologizes after insulting trump voters on the campaign trail in new york city. hello, and welcome to justice, i'm judge jeanine pirro thanks for being with us tonight. so, i go on vacation. i come back. and i have this open all planned. and last night, hillary clinton says this -- >> you can put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. right?


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