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look that smile. >> million dollar smile. because we will have more money in our pocket. >> seriously, i congratulate katrina pearson. congrats to you, sean. you were way out there. >> oh, i was way out there. >> great victory for you. and for donald trump. see you tomorrow night at 9:00. thanks megyn. we start with a. if news alert. angry anti-trump liberals take to the streets in major cities across the is country to protest president-elect donald trump's huge massive victory. rob schmidt is live on the ground in the middle of one of those protest in the heart of new york city. rob, what's going on? >> sean, this was a thousands of people here tonight. this protest started at about 6 of okay in in union square, closer to downtown lower manhattan. it moved on up. you can see so many people outside trump tower. right outside donald trump's address. his apartment. and they are very loud. they have been very angry. but they have been peaceful here
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tonight. but this was really a spectacle of the never trump movement. a spectacle of the bernie sanders supporters in large part. a lot of hillary supporters out here as well. this is black lives matter. this was a number of different movements all coming together in this sort of never trump kind of mentality. trying to take this back. they want a do-over from this election frankly. and if you looked at it from the air, if you have any video of that it was an impressive display through the rain and cold. they marched all the way from union square through midtown, making a disaster of midtown traffic. thousands of people walking up here to midtown and getting here right outside of trump tower. we want to talk to protesters here. a young lady named daniella. first of all, this is a very -- a crowd that's very upset about what happened in early morning hours actually today what we figured out from election day. what is it that you had you so upset? >> got to move. >> what has me so upset is the
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fact that, that a lot of people feel victimized by trump and a lot of people don't understand and don't feel like you know that he represents them. that's why they are saying not my president, not my president. and they reject him as the -- >> live on fox news right now, brother. give us 30 seconds. >> and they reject him and that's the thing. and they don't believe he stands for that. and created a vacuum for people who do have these racist sexist feelinges a and they have been preaching love and this is the thing. >> i can understand the anger at donald trump. a lot of people understand some of the things he said were very offensive. who did you vote for? >> i was a sanders supporter. but i did vote for clinton. >> you did vote for hillary clinton. >> yes. >> hillary clinton had her own -- >> rob, let me ask her a question. >> -- she had baggage too. >> absolutely. but tell me what politician has never had any kind of baggage. come on. what politician. >> and shooaun here sean here w
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question. she voted for hillary. name three specific accomplishments for hillary that helped the american people. >> sean wants to know the accomplishments of hillary clinton over her 30 years. >> when ways kieldi was a child that benefitted from her health care plan. as a child i was -- >> her health care plan never passed. >> i have received health care -- >> it never passed. >> from her initiative. i think that is something beneficial to me. i don't know. i don't see her as this person -- >> other than that, what inspired you to vote for hillary clinton? even though you were a bernie sanders supporter? >> honestly, i feel like if you look at the two, she i feel like is more about, speaking for people that can't be spoken for. instead of all this -- the group of people -- >> and the anger out here, you
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could feel it in the air. >> you could feel it. and i just feel like these people are upset. and they have a right to be upset and the thing he said, created a vacuum for people to speak openly about things, that instead of teaching tolerance and peace and love is teaching hate. >> thank you so much. very well said. and sean, out here tonight, if you watch any of the kelly file right before you show, a lot of this, was good solid protests. foundation of america. but a lot of it was nonsense. so many people here that just want it yell curse words and hang from the rafters and do stupid things. we had people bombarding us. jumping on us. we had roour producer here, mar, getting in a fight with a guy. >> i hope she won. >> so if you want to come out and protest, take it seriously. >> next time someone says hillary's health care plan helped them, you mient waght wa remind them that she never
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passed her health care plan. we owe a debt of gratitude to you, the american people, it is now finally been heard. very loud, very clear. and at this very moment because of all of you speaking so loudly, washington, d.c., establishment is terrified and they should be. these people do not get what happened. i'm going to try to explain it to them. now the politicians, polsters, elite media, global elitists, all in shock from donald trump's historic victory yesterday. they said this would never happen. he didn't stand a chance in the electoral college that voters in spring states wouldn't vote for donald trump. guess what? all of them wrong. making this one of the greatest upsets in m american political history. so the question is let's help them understand how we got here. and so what did everybody miss? peace, prosperity, right? they drive elections. according to our fox news poll released on monday, 58% of you, the american people said that
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they are not satisfied with the direction of the country. that number has been near or at that left or higher since 200 th9. since obama became president. and we saw exit polls from last night showing combined 72% of voters, that's you, are dissatisfied or angry with the federal government and how it's not working. now donald trump won 77% of those voters who said they are angry. you also have to look at 40% of voters who said they wanted a candidate who could bring about change. 83% of those particular voters voted for donald trump. now to me it is obvious why voters felt that way. because the last eight years have not been good under president obama. look at these numbers, pay close attention. these are real people. real americans. real suffering. needless suffering. the lowest labor participation rate since the '70s. almost 95 million of our fellow americans are suffering and out of the labor force. the worst recovery since the
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1940s. the lowest homeownership rate in 51 years. we now have 43 million of our fellow citizens on food stamps. 12 million more since obama took office. over 43 of our fellow citizens, 43 million americans, they live in poverty. that's up over 8 million since obama became president. right now we have 1 in 5 american family wednesday an single in the labor force, in the work force, now 1 in 6 men between ages of 18 and 34, prime working years, are either in jail, incarcerated or living in mommy and daddy's basement out of work. and by the time president obama leaves office, he will have accumulated more debt for this country than all 43 presidents before him combined. now, everything what i just showed you, it isn't just the numbers. not government data. it's, you know, for bureaucrats
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to say oh, 43 million okay we'll look at that. these are our friends. our neighbors. our coworkers in some cases. real people, real americans. real lives. left behind. they are the forgotten people that donald trump has been talking about. he talked about the forgotten man, forgotten american. president obama deserves a lot of the blame for this suffering. but so do the republicans in washington. they did nothing to stop obama's agenda even though they promised over and over again they would. republicans at times were timid, afraid, spineless, they didn't want to take a stand. republicans sat on their hand while president obama zploedexp and doubled the national debt. they have the power of the purse but refused to use it because they thought it would be political fall out and they may lose their jobs. you have the promise of obama care. repeal, replace, obama care. all right, that's one of the biggest lies ever told by government in american history.
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remember, you like your doctor, keep your doctor. like your plan, keep your plan. average family saving $2100 per year with obama care. a complete government failure, epic fail lie. the complete opposite happened. millions of you lost your doctors. millions lost your plans. obama care premiums have been surging by double digits even this year alone many americans have seen $5200 increase in health care costs. on average since obama care went in place. $4100 increase per family. you didn't save any money and some states see 100% increase starting in 2017. now look for example in foreign policy. you got the iranian nuclear deal. americans are not stupid. given the number one state sponsor of terror, $150 billion, ability to spent their own center fujs, that's a bad idea. and you don't pull out of iraq for pure political purposes ignoring american lives, blood,
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sweat, treasure, it tears. they fought, bled and died for falluj fallujah, ra ramadi, thakrit, mosul. everyone feels bad for the victims of a civil war. but if you come from a country, an area of the world that has ha values that conflict with our co constitution it may be a danger to be here. m saudi arabia, women can't drive. they need permission to travel. rape is not recognized. and marital beating is not recognized. gays and lesbians can be killed and thrown off the tops of buildings. and of course you can't build a church or temple in a country like saudi arabia. and fwbenghazi. remember hillary's failure. 600 separate requests for
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additional security before the attack. all of them ignored. four americans died. it makes a big difference. we failed the american soldiers and i'm telling you that happened all from washington. let's look at african-americans in america today. and how many african-americans are under obama, what is the increase on food stamps? african-americans out of the labor force in up 20%. president obama ae hometown, over 3800 people shot this year alone. since obama has been president, 3,656 people have been murdered in chicago. and according to the chicago tribune, hisser historical statistics show 75% of the victims are african-american. has the democratic party helped these families out? on top of that we have a failed educational system, especially in intercity america. high cool graduation rate are 9% lower for african-american students than the national average. according to the recent
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statistics. high school drop out rate for african-american students is higher than the national average. the results should be much, much better that the us is now ranked fourth in the world on per pupil spending and it works out to be a $11,600 per student. despite the high spending, america ranks 17th in reading, 19th in science, and a whopping 26th in math. 11,600 dlrgz a student. donald trump. send that money back it states, towns, municipalities and parents and local politicses can bhak those decisions. also, you want to know what this decision about? look at america's open borders. they are a mess, not secure. americans know if donald trump builds that wall it is less likely people will cross into the country. it will also mean americans won't be competing with illegal immigrants for the few jobs that are available driving down wages. and lastly, americans know that we can become energy
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independent. and that means we don't have to deal with countries that hate our guts. we have more natural resources here in america that will literally the life blood of our economy that will fuel this country for generations to come, create millions of high-paying jobs and careers. by the end of this week, i will outline the agenda that i believe that the forgotten people need so that the rungs of the latter will be put back in so they can climb to success themselves. those americans with all these d.c. politicians, republicans, democrats, have ignored for way too long. get people back to work. they can climb out of the pit that big government has put them in. i said that i'm going to spend a lot of time naming names on this program. i'm not sure if i will. i want the agenda advanced and as quickly as possible. now, i'll say this to the politicians in washington. i don't care if you have an r before your name, a d before your name, you either get on
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board solving these problems for the suffering americans were or i'm done with you. fix the problems, do your job, risk your career, be bold, be courageous, show vision, or get out of the way. that's how i feel. i'm also going to be calling out the abusively bias and corrupt media. wikileaks has shown us there is corruption of our media at a level we have never known. an informational crises in america. and is doing the american people, you, a grave disservice. in 2008 i said journalism was dead. as wikileaks exposed it's far worse than any of us ever imagined. we know that donna brazile at cnn, clinton news network, she is handing over debate questiones so hillary can cheat. cnn is asking the dnc for questions that they should ask donald trump and ted cruz and carly fiorina during interviews. reporters can asking the clinton campaign for approval before they publish their stories.
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these so-called journalists allowed the campaign to edit quotes? john harwood, cnbc, offering campaign advice and bragging about going after trump when he was a moderator at a debate. that's the least of it. now wikileaks exposed how dozens of so-called journalistes from all these major outlets except the fox news channel were invited to eat dainner. wine and dine by john podesta at his house. we will get all of that out to you. let me show you what this election is all about. look at this painting. right there. i love this guy's name, john mcmorton bp lit's put it full screen for a minute. it is called the forgotten man. and if you look there, there's a president obama stomping on the constitution. and there's all the presidents obviously before donald trump and there's a guy on the bench sitting there and he's the one that has been left out. the people of wisconsin, ohio,
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iowa, the people of michigan, pennsylvania, and all across this country, they saw this election for what it was, massive government failure, a massive decline and precipitous decline in this country. and our men and women, fellow citizens, forgotten, like that guy on the bench. that's what this guy is about. and donald trump the outsider says he will fix these problems and we have to wish him well. that's what nobody saw in this historic election. you saw it. coming up tonight wab lot to get to. we will continue to monitor the anti-trump protests in several cities. check in with laura ingraham, later newt gingrich p. all of that and monica crowley and herman cain straight ahead. or stop to find a bathroom? cialis for daily use is approved to treat both erectile dysfunction and the urinary symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently, day or night.
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and this is fox news alert. angry anti-trump protest earns protest breaking out of major cities across the country after donald trump's major electoral victory. we will follow those closely tonight. joining us now with reaction. edit eer and chief of fox news contributor and nationally syndicated radio host. i had the honor of being on her show this morning. lauer w lau laura ingraham, you are one of the view. monica crowley, newt gingrich is coming up. so many of our colleagues were hoping upon hope that they would be trashing us today. why do you see this -- >> i want -- >> you what -- >> yeah, i went on twitter before and i was listening to your report and i just started posting flash back prague nastcations from a year ago. it's over, hillary won the president spip donald trump could never win the presidency.
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our friend eric eriksson, i've disinvent t invit disinvent -- i've disinvited him from red state. it is not gloating. it is a realization that forgotten people that you described so aptly have looked for a champion. not someone perfect but someone they know when push comes to shove will fight for them first. fight thor their interest. fight for their future. fight tore their children. and they found that person in donald trump. they found it on the issues of trade. of globalization. of borders. of obama care. and calling out the correct verbiage that has propagated on college campuses. a lot of the protesters you see tonight with the foul language and disrespect, they em body what is being taught on college campuses.
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ill logical thinking. poor grammar. cliches. there is no real substance. it is just an emotion. everyone is emoting tonight. as my deceased mother would have said, suck it up, buttercup. it is not fun to lose. but not everyone gets a trophy. donald trump called them out, brashly sometimes. but it was invigorating for a lot of folks. we didn't know how it would end but if these issues were put forward in a bold way he would have a fighting chance against the clintons, bushes, hollywood acadamia. and hillary clinton and her henchmen. and by golly, he did it. and generally what people want at a chance of better life and less government. >> those people are suffering needlessly and suffering for a long time. when you think of how bad things
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got in the last eight years, no one seems to want to talk about that. you're right. donald trump went up against the republican establishment. democratic establishment. media establishment. and you know, bret baier, they asked me to call him. so i called him and asked, how will donald trump deal with house republicans and democrats and i said, i don't think that's the question. i think how are they going to deal with him. because he will set the agenda. he has the mandate. not those people that impart created the opening for him, i would argue. >> you're absolutely right. he is the one who is elected. he took the slings and arrows of the democrats. bushes, clinton wes obamas, all the hollywood elites who like to campaign every four years for the democratic nominee. he dished it out but also took it. and now is the time for those in congress who doesn't have a light bulb on this until
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recently to stand up and say we hear you, people. we hear the people of the country. we hear your concerns. and we are going to work tirelessly for your benefit. not for just the chamber of commerce. business roundtable. for the big donors. but for the work a day person who sometimes has to, you know, work at night or work two or three jobs just to get by. and as long as donald trump does that and as he expands the understanding of what he is trying to do, this populous appeal, i think he should continue to push into inner city america. he shouldn't do what push did often times. h which is to write off the people. romney did that with the 47% comment. don't write off any of america. go into the inner cities. continue to do that. push into the latino community. black community. you bumped up the returns among latinos and blacks 2% in each category. that's not bad considering how he wasvillefide by the press for what he believed and when a said.
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so i think there is an enormous growth potential for the economy and for the populous message. for a lot of the kids running around new york and portland, oregon, they don't understand. they haven't been taught it in college campuses and not at home most likely. >> i think one of the more underreported plat forms of trump is his new new deal with black america. and african-americans. that is that we're going to make a community safer. fix your schools. and we are going to create economic zones where people can obviously benefit. if he's successful in enticing multinational corporations by giving us one of the lowest tax rates in the industrialized world and he allows the repay tree asian of trillions that companies won't bring in because of the high tax rate, what if he incentivized them even further to go into those communities that have been hit hardest with the highest unemployment numbers and where kid capital get summer
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jobs. and wouldn't that be helpful and show republicans do care about americans working? regardless of race, creed, color, background? >> right. >> sean, results matter. he won, even though the kids in the street don't really like it. they want to cause trouble. i get that. but he won. and now it's time to implement this agenda. we know the old ways haven't worked. we piled up debt. you cataloged this, by the way, better than anyone on television. nice after night after night. what these failed ideas have done to middle class americanes. people just entering the work force. young people right out of college. you have cataloged it. it is devastating. these policies do not work. we have to try new policies. trump campaigned on that. i hope everyone on the republican side stands with him instead of fighting him. they didn't fight obama on a lot of things. they shouldn't fight trump on the issues that propels him into the presidency. i hope we don't see that. because we certainly didn't see
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that gusto and trying to roll back executives orders of obama or defund the planned parenthood. i hope they stand with him on the issues you have hit every flight. >> i think with the lower tax rates, reagan did it, john f. kennedy did it, add to that a push towards energy dependent. keystone pipeline. fracking. natural gas. drilling oil. >> renew trade deals. new trade deals. >> free and fair. >> this is an amazing country with magnificent people who want to work. they don't want to be slaves to the government. if he implementes this agenda, this will be a renaissance across america. and it is not going to be easy. it's going to be hard. he has to resist the idea of going into your cocoon. keep doing what he did in detroit that drove the the left crazy. now you know why it drove the left crazy. he is getting into their territory that they dominated for so long. i'm very excited about the potential. >> i think there's a lot of potential and a lot of work to
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do. no doubt about it. a lot of republicans will have to get on board or get out of the way. lerra, go > laura, good to see you. >> exactly. >> anti-trump protest across account untry. the /*. >> to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i stay is time for us to come together as one united people. >> donald trump after being's elected the 45th president of the united states last night calling for unity. we will check in next with former speaker of the house, newt gingrich. up later, monica crowley, herman cain. they're here. that and more, straight ahead.
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to all republicans and democrats and independents across this nation, i say it is time for us to come together as one united people. while the campaign is over, our work on this movement is now really just beginning. >> and that was president-elect donald trump last night after it was announced he will be the 45th president of the united states. joining us now, best selling author of the new book treason, former speaker of house, big smile on his face, newt gingrich. there was a part of me today that really wanted to name names of those republicans, those -- all right. you're going to show yourself the bigger man. but i resisted the temptation to name names all those people that
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sabotaged him were not helpful, did everything to hurt him, and frankly, if they were successful, would be beating people like you and me over the head with baseball bat and saying oh, see they were all wrong the whole time. but i didn't do it. aren't you proud of me? >> i'm very proud of you. i think it is a sign of your newfound post victory maturity. >> all right. go ahead. >> well, let me just say this. you and i, along with millions of other americans, are just beginning one of the great adventures of our lifetime. the eight years of donald trump are going to be among the most extraordinary creative and eventive and exciting periods in all of american political history and will, i think, both move america back to being great again, dramatically drain the swamp in washington and move our systems into the 21st century to
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provide much, much better skp r experiences for every american. my only point is compared to all that, the little whiney sniffling negative cowards who were never trumpers are beneath our paying attention to them. let them drift off into the ash of history while we go ahead and work with donald trump and with the house and senate republicans to create a dramatically new future. >> do you believe the old order republican party, i believe it's dead, and there's a new republican party. and hopefully one that's revitalized with bold color differences as president reagan talked about. do you worry about those old guard republican establishment people eventually as quickly as they can turning on trump and stopping progress that he laid out? and i think got a mandate for last night? >> their technique won't be to turn on him.
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i remember this both with reagan in '81, '82 and with us once we got majority in '94. their technique is to say, oh, be reasonable. don't push too hard. don't force the issue. find a compromise with democrats. maybe you shouldn't name one of the justices who were conservative who is on his list. maybe you should find a nice moderate acceptable democrats. down that road is a disaster. and then so, we have to be aware that the danger is not that they will fight, it is that they will offer honeyed words of sub version that undermines the entire movement it make m kaer great again and undermines the entire trump movement to be in the change america. but i have a hunch just based on today's conversations, we were in charlston, now from atlanta, as i talk to people all around
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the place, one, lot of people walked up and said congratulations. including people who are for hillary. who said, look, you guys won a great campaign. and we just respect that you did it. two, there is a spirit here of what if we could actually come together. to get big things done. now that doesn't mean backing off on anything. but i would suggest to you for example, that really dramatic infrastructure program will get at least half the democrats to sign up for it and be exactly in the job creating direction that donald trump has talked about for a year and half. so there are ways to build the next six months that it becomes a remarkable majority building project that sets the stage for fwraet fwra greater economic growth, greate. in terms of trump's campaign. >> i want to get to that and let's get to the order of what you think the agenda aught to
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be. more with speaker gingrich after this break. also, monica crowley, herman cain, they react to donald trump being elected, 45th president of the united states. plus we continue to monitor all those anti-trump wliehiney prots going on around the country tonight, straight ahead.
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all right, anti-trump protesters continuing to gather in the streets of several cities across the country. still with us, foornlrmer speakf the house and fox news contributor newt gingrich. if you remember back in the primaries with be 65% of republican voters said they felt betrayed by their own party. does that old order, many of whom were re-elected last night, do they deserve to hit the reset button and work with trump? or do you think that maybe there
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needs to be restructuring? >> first of all, the proof will be in the pudding. and so far we have great comments from mitch mcconnell who is the most important single person in the opening 30 or 45 days. because every single cabinet officer has to be approved by the senate. if you don't have the active energetic support of the senate leader, you ain't getting nothing done and not going to have a cabinet. i think trump has to be close to mcconnell. mcconnell of course has an en m enormous interest in ending the war against coal and there are thing that trump can do on the very first day by repealing a variety of executive orders that will make mcconnell very happy. so i think that could be a great relationship. today as you know, because you and i are e-mailing about it, speaker paul ryan, speaking in janesville, his ohometown, gavea
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great ringing endorse many of trump. and said look, this guy won the nomination in a remarkable way. he won the presidency decisively. he is the leader of our country. and the leader of our party. and therefore we all have an obligation to work with him. and you could not have asked for a more complete commitment to cooperate than you got from paul ryan. now that doesn't mean that guys who are as smart and committed as mcconnell and ryan are going to roll over and do everything that, you know, donald trump wants. nor frankly is conservatives, do you want the legislative branch to not exercise judgment and to not try to help improve legislation and improve ideas. but i'm very encouraged. there are a hand nfull of bitte enders who say i can't work with trump. there won't be very many of
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people. and they will face the fight in 2018. there are also a handful that are so pure they can't work with donald trump. but i think it is a little hard coming out of this election to make the argument back home that you are more for change than donald trump and therefore you can't work with him. so i think the freedom caucus types, may in fact find themselves working with trump and ryan more than they thought they would. >> that would probably be a good thing -- >> it signifies change. >> -- open upping in and back to the states and build a border wall, lower taxes, get the budget under control. those are all good things. if you advise donald trump, where does he go from here? how do you build this government? what's first on the agenda? walk us through. >> well, i think he's got to do two or three things in parallel. he has it reach out and create a good work relationship with mcconnell and ryan. so much of his 90 days depend on a team effort. how bold does he want to be?
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is he going to bring in a team to manage the federal government or bring in a team to change the federal government? those are very different conditions and have very different teams. some people are obvious. you know that rudy giuliani will have major role. you know that senator sessions will have a major role. these are people to integral to the campaign that they are bound to be close to trump in a major position. but for every other job out there -- >> newt gingrich -- >> well, maybe in a particular way. but what you want to think about is are you bringing somebody in to manage the bureaucracy of the veteran's administration or bringing in some not to profoundly change it. those are two very different recruiting jobs. i think that things like that, and the other thing i say is trump needs to pick a limited initial set of really big changes that he want to come in with, that defines the first six to eight or nine months of his
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presidency in domestic policy. one clearly is a big infrastructure bill. one has to be getting control of the southern border. you have a list i know, very compelling and very powerful. so all of which by the way, came out of trump's speeches. so it's not -- >> not a surprise. >> not as if he is suggesting new things. but that communicated to the team. so all the house republicans he is not senate republicans understand, look, here's the next 90 or 100 days so they can get in the rhythm of doing that. that could accelerate progress. >> thank you, mr. speaker. you've been extraordinarily generous with your time and insight. you put yourself on a limb. and i know you worked behind the scenes helping president-elect trump and i have a funny feeling you might be around him a lot. just a guess on my part. i don't know. good to see you, sir. >> good to be with you. >> coming up, monica crowley, herman cain. we will weigh in and respond to the anti-trump protest going on around the country and much more.
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. welcome back to "hannity". so tomorrow morning, president elect barack obama will meet in his new home.
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joining us now, herm yan caine d monica crowley. we took a little heat. >> i was the first in june, 2015. i did radio with don imus. i said stop laughing. do not underestimate him, he can win the whole thing. >> monica crowley, i don't know what she's smoking but i said i like her. herman, you took heat, too. >> i did. i went to three donald trump rallies, introduced him three times and didn't care. looking at the paths being thrown at him. the people around me, let me tell you, that is his ground game. here is what nobody talked about. 10,000 people show up for a rally. they're going to tell 10,000
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people. that is his ground game. it worked. it was unconventional, but worked and i've got to tell you, those people heard the substance of what he was talking about at those rallies. he wasn't -- >> and herman, and then, monica, they posted it on facebook. and instagram and twitter. he got more bang for his buck. >> yes. >> he is probably, he probably spent less money than any presidential candidate. >> yes. he runs his campaign like a business. >> look. with a we saw last night is the most-astonishing political story of our lifetime, maybe in the history of the republic. this is a man who has never done this before, basically had no money, and had a very skeletal campaign staff and pulled it off. one thing he did was spoke to the issues that affect the livelihoods of the american people, jobs, economic growth,
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illegal immigration, and the border, trade deals. but the else. herman just touched on this. when you saw the ground swell that brought donald trump to the presidency is the second iteration of the tee party movement. the tea party movement began as wholesale rejection of barack obama and far left radical policies to put in obamacare and the iran deal, but these things, the tea party then, was assaulted by weaponized irs. guess what? they came back this time in a new form, they evolved and helped to elect donald trump. >> is the old order g.o.p. dead? herman caine? >> yes. that would be a political civil war within the g.o.p. over the next couple years, donald trump has redefined and will reshape what republicans stand for. those conservative values aren't
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going to go away. no. and this is the second iteration of the tea party. just like the liberal media tried to demagouge the tee party, they didn't know how to push this movement into submission. they tried to say it was uneducated whites, they tried to label it something else, it hasn't worked so yes. the republican party is going to have rethink, and redefine itself. >> guys, good to see you. how much sleep did you get? i got an hour. >> three and a half. >> one. >> herman? >> two hours. two hours. >> we'll be right back. we need your help, straight ahead. you wouldn't believe what's in this kiester. a farmer's market. a fire truck. even a marching band. and if i can get comfortable talking about this kiester, then you can get comfortable using preparation h. for any sort of discomfort in yours. preparation h. get comfortable with it.
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let us know what you think. if i didn't make sense tonight, it's because i only had an hour sleep. thank you for being with us. we'll be back. get some sleep. we'll be fresher tomorrow, thanks for joining us. thanks for all of you that went, voted and saved your country. tonight: >> for those who have chosen not to support me in the past -- of which there were a few people -- i'm reaching out to you for your guidance and your help so that we can work together and unify our great country. >> donald trump gracious in victory. >> donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> hillary clinton broken-hearted in defeat. >> we are now all rooting for his success in uniting and leading the country. the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. >> in a stunning turn of events, president elect trump wil


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