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writes, i feel like you're an inspiration to young girls showing them they can be strong, empowered, respected and can be what they put their mind to. amen for that. thank you all for listening and reading and have a wonderful thanksgiving. and welcome to "hannity." and tonight president-elect donald trump beats down the abusively biassed alt lft radical media. first, the president-elect is now fighting back against the press that openly colluded with the clinton campaign and tried to undermine his candidacy every single step of the way. earlier today he met with the "the new york times." we'll have more on that in a second. but first yesterday at trump tower, network executives and anchors from cnn, msnbc, nbc news, abc news, cbs news and fox news attended a meeting to reset
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relations with the president. fox news executives were in attendance but they wouldn't commit since it was an off the record briefing. donald trump used the opportunity to call out many members of this dishonest prez. now trump reportedly told them all, we're in a room full of liars. the deceitful dishonest media who got it all wrong and trump took direct aim at cnn president jeff zucker saying everyone at the network were liars and that zucker should be ashamed of himself. he reportedly hit nbc news for their conch of his campaign and slammed abc news's ma that rad dits for almost crying during the election night campaign. >> tim kaine has a son in the marine corps. if donald trump is democratically elected and your son is serving as a marine, you wouldn't trust his life under that commander in chief and
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kaine said i wouldn't. that's a pretty extraordinary thing to say if you have a son in the marine corps and you don't trust the commander in chief. people in the military defend the constitution. >> now i'm sure some in the room had their little feelings hurt but really who cares. didn't they deserve every bit of what trump said to them? keep in mind, some of the so-called unbiased journalists laughed off donald trump and said he never stood a chance. years before he decided to run for president. and they each had to eat their words. watch this. >> donald trump has been saying that he'll run for president as a republican, which is surprising since i just assumed he was running as a joke. >> two weeks. two weeks. look at me. two weeks. >> campaign check now on behalf of this country which does not want you to be president but which badly wants you to run. >> this man has some momentum
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and we need to be ready for this the fact that he may be leading the republican ticket. >> i know you don't believe that but i want to go on. >> which republican candidate has the best chance of winning the jen election. >> of the declared ones, right now donald trump. >> mr. trump, to answer your call for political honesty, i just want the say you're not going to be president. all right? it's been fun. >> president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the united states, exclamation point, at real donald trump. at real donald trump, at least i will go down as a president. >> i think this is going to be really the beginning of the end of donald trump. >> it is likely to be the beginning of the end of donald trump sitting atop the gop ticket. >> you wrote this is the
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beginning of the end for donald trump. >> there's in way to win if you over half of the population doesn't support you. >> talk about the biggest loser, isn't that a show on nbc? he could end up being the biggest loser. >> there's a possibility, nancy, that he could win. >> no, he's not going to win rnl it's impossible. >> he's not going to win. don't worry about that. >> hillary clinton only two away from 270 electoral votes. let's say the clinton campaign is saying fantastic about nevada. let's give her that. you heard jeff zeleny say they're feeling good about florida. this is where we stood tonight. clearly an advantage for secretary clinton. >> donald trump has won the state of arkansas. fox can project the donald trump will win the states of kansas, north dakota, south dakota, texas and wyoming. and we are about to make a major call. fox news decision desk is projecting that donald trump has won the state of north carolina. projecting that donald trump will win the state of utah. >> a victory for donald trump in
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ohio can be called by the fox news decision desk at this point. >> iowa will go to donald trump. >> donald trump has won the state of wisconsin. >> donald trump will win the state of florida. >> the fox news decision desk has called pennsylvania for donald trump. this means that donald trump will be the 45th president of the united states. >> amazing how wrong so many were. also, earlier today, president-elect trump, he met with the "the new york times." now i'm sure they were trying to smooth things over with mr. trump. and of course after their unrelenting negative coverage of his campaign. now mr. trump should keep in mind that a few days before this meeting that paper praised former obama adviser now a cnn cricketer, van jones, as a quote star of the 2016 campaign. by the way, the same van jones who was a member of the alt radical left and who viciously attacked donald trump on a
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consistent basis. here are some of the things that were said about the president-elect on cnn with van jones. >> this was a white lash against a changing country, it was a white lash against a black president in part. and that's the part where the pain comes. and donald trump has a responsibility tonight to come out and reassure people that he is going to be the president of all of the people who he insulted and offended and brushed aside. >> there's one thing that donald trump could do now that might calm some people, we're on track for a tragedy. >> this is a really sad night. i'm just going to say it. this is a very sad night for the country. you can't polish this toururd. this man has demonstrated an appalling lack of patriotism and you should be ashamed. he was describing some mad max
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america. i work in some of the toughest neighborhoods and communities in the country and i don't know what he's talking about. i've never felt this way in my life. i have read in history being in moments where the authoritarian movement, some leader rising up and i felt that way tonight. >> all of this gets to my larger point tonight. now in 2008 if you remember i said journalism was dead and this election now shows it was far worse than any of us ever thought. now wikileaks, they exposed rampant collusion between the media and of course hillary clinton's presidential campaign. we now know that interim dnc chair donna brazile from the clinton campaign gave them multiple debate questions. that's called cheating. cnn was soliciting the dnc for questions they should ask donald trump, ted cruz and carly fiorina during their interviews. reporters asked the clinton campaign for approval before publishing their stories.
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so-called journalists allowed the clinton campaign to edit their quotes. john harwood bragged about going after trump in a debate he was moderating. and wikileaks exposed how dozens of journalists from every major news organization except the fox news channel were invited to be wind and kind at john podesta's house. donald trump should keep all of that in mind. the media already had its chance to coffer donald trump fairly a and honestly. it's time to reevaluate the press in the country and maybe it's time to change the traditional relationship that the press will have at the white house. in this day and age of twitter and facebook and instagram, does trump really need to be granting access to biassed journalists that openly oppose him? look at the video the president-elect released yesterday, detail actions he will take on key issues during his first 100 days in office. trump can do this and speak
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directly to you the america people without having his words twisted and taken out of cont t context. why not do that. so until members of the media come clean about colluding with the clinton campaign anded a myth that they knowingly broke every ethical standard, they should not have the privilege, they should not have the responsibility of covering the president on behalf of you, the american people. here with reaction to all of this is trump's senior adviser, kellyanne conway. how are you? >> hi wa, sean. >> i know your name has been mentioned for press secretary and the media got upset that donald trump took his family out to dinner three seconds away from trump tower one night and they didn't have the press pool notified. is it time that maybe we reconsider the conventional way that presidents deal with the press in light of all of the bias and collusion we've discovered? >> apart from the protective press pool questions structural structurally, i think you're going to have a very
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unconventional presidency in donald trump. he starts out as an outer nonpolitician who's accustomed to building things, fixing things, delivering, producing. he's a guy who produces results and that's what people want. many in the press sean are still in campaign mode. they're scratching their heads figuring out how to stop this guy from becoming president or from forming a cabinet in his likeness or from actually doing things, the flurry of activity in the first 100 dwas which may in fact undo some of the legacy of their favorite president, president obama. and they need to get over this. you and i have talked about the snowflakes and the safe places on campus. but for some in the media, the questions i get, very hostile, the presumptive negativity about him, under the guise of fair coverage or bhaplansed balanceds not true. they never prepared themselves
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or their readers that this guy could win. >> even up to election night they were all convinced that they knew the outcome and they were all wrong. i'm a little bit tired, though -- this outright collusion, giving questions, seeking questions from the dnc, allowing editing opportunities. did the "the new york times" ever allow the trump campaign to edit a story, lock at a story before it was published? they never gave me that opportunity. >> the "the new york times" this year wrote a scathing editorial the day before the first debate. so i guess maybe september 25th or so. they wrote an editorial endarsing hillary clinton basically saying why donald trump could not would not should not be president. had a separate article about all of the mistruths he's told, even though hillary clinton had been under a cloud of corruption for i don't know how long because of the mist truths he's told. so we don't expect them to fall
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in love with them or to fall in line. but they do have a responsibility to get it right. >> yeah. and the one thing that happened with donald trump, sean, that's different from what happened with the bushes or reagan or other republican presidents is that in his case, you had journalists going on cable tv, network tv and in print saying the following, i have to suspend all standards of objective journalism because of this guy. i can't even cover him the way i would cover a regular person because he's not a regular person. think about that for a moment. >> it's unbelievable. journalism is dead, kellyanne. it didn't exist. >> the one today at the "the new york times" which is on the record and the one yesterday here in trump tower with the network executives -- >> i heard that was a classic. >> five peopinvited people from. >> you did. i wish i was there. >> pardon? >> i wish i was there for the beatdown that i heard happened. >> well, a little bit of that.
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but mostly it was meant to be in the spirit of okay, let's try to find a little bit of fair handed conch during the transition and of course after he's sworn in as president. but mr. trump did take the opportunity to tell them essentially that he -- my words now but he's the one who understood america, attracted america and now will govern america. >> look already post election. they were wrong on steve bannon. they were wrong on jeff sessions. wrong on lieutenant general flynn. i have one question. my e-mail has been blowing up other the speculation that governor mitt romney who met with donald trump might get the secretary of state position and a lot of people are beyond mystified considering all of the horrible things and the effort that he helped lead to smear and hurt donald trump. and also a lot of people are asking me what are you going to do? can you comment on both of those
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things? a lot of people think you deserve a big position, like me. >> well, thank you. that's very kind. i've been offered a big position. but sean, the fact is that i'm here to support the president-elect and the vice president-elect, both men whom i know and admire greatly. i told them as recently as an hour ago, don't worry about me, all of that will come together. in termts of governor romney, i think the secretary of state position, you have to be qualified and capable. number two, you have to be loyal to what his agenda is -- >> you call him a fraud, you remember the speech he gave. it was horrible, just awful. >> i want to say generally apart from governor romney that there were a lot of never trumpers who were never trump up until the last minute. go pull the tape of what they were saying on tv cameras and in print in different places. they didn't think he would win
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and they wanted to pile on -- instead of helping the nominee of their party, they piled on. i'm all for diversity but i think maybe one never trumper is enough. let's not get two, three, five in there. that's my polite suggestion. but at the same time donald trump is somebody who commands loyalty and shows loyalty to those around him but he's mostly loyal to the american people and the ideas that he ran on. >> my e-mail is running about a hundred to one. people are mad about that he's even considering it, if he really is. i don't know if he really is. >> that position has not been filled. i want to tell you very frankly. there are a number of candidates in line for that particular position of secretary of state. i do hope the job description is a little different than what we've seen from clinton. you don't need to fly around the world. kissinger and schultz stuck closer to home. >> i want to know what your position is the next time you're
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on. you obviously played a big role for the president-elect. >> you'll be the first to know. president-elect donald trump lays out his agenda for the first 100 days. we'll get reaction from sean spicer. slaf david clark and mercedes schlapp weighs in on how democrats are plotting to try and block his plans. that and more straight ahead. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. i am totally blind. i lost my sight in afghanistan.
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good evening, live from america's head quarter. retired neurosurgeon and one-time presidential candidate ben carson could soon have a new title. the president-elect has formally offered carson the secretary of
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housing and urban development. carson previously said he's not interested in serve in the trump administration but now says he'll consider the afr over thanksgiving. plch trump called carson a greatly talented person. chattanooga, tennessee is a city in mourning tonight following yesterday's horrific school bus crash that left five elementary school kids dead. residents have been building makeshift memorials to the young victims. others are donating blood. the driver of the bus was speeding at the time. he's facing criminal charges. now back to "hannity." for all of your headlines, log on to foxnews.com. welcome back to hasn't. president-elect trump put out a video last night detailing what he's going to do his first 100 days in office and here's a few of the policy plans. take a look. >> on trade, i am going to shi a notification of intent to withdraw from the transpacific
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partnership, a potential disaster for yoour country. i'll create many millions of high pieing jobs. on regulation i'll formulate a rule that says for every new regulation two old regulations must be eliminated. on immigration, i will direct the department of labor to investigate all abuses of visa programs that undercut the american worker. >> here now with reaction rnc chief strategist and communications director sean spicer and crowley. trade, ethics reform, draining the swamp, it was every campaign promise, following up on a promise to me is really important. >> the president-elect understands that the first 100 days are crucial. he's got to move with speed.
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he will have a honeymoon speed but it will be short. >> the left are salivating on attacking him. >> but he does have control of the senate and the house. he has to do a couple of things that he laid out, primarily laying out an economic agenda, tax reform, regulatory reform, the corporate tax rate, getting the money repate yated back, regulatory reform, rolling back the executive orders that president obama put into place. if he can get those two corner stones in place in the first 100 days as well as fill the supreme court vacancy, rolling back obamacare, repealing or replacing that, he'll be well on his way of getting the economy roaring again. once he does that -- >> how long will it take. it took reagan two and a half years before he started to see the benefits. >> these are executive actions. you haven't seen anything yet. this isn't the legislative agenda. these are day one executive
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actions. >> how long is he going to be signing his name. >> i think the inaugural parade will have to go on without hum. this is stuff he can do on all of those fronts right away. wu it reminds people that what he campaigned on he's going to deliver on. that's important. he talked about change. the lobbying ban is huge. it's so forward thinking. if you want to serve in a trump administration, you need to serve this country, not yourself. for five years you can't be a lobbyist. for the rest of your life -- >> why are some republicans trying to bring back earmarks last week. what is that? >> the tone is going to change and the actions are going to back it up. we're going to see a government that works for the american people focused on jobs. and finally to your point, somebody goes in there and says i'm going to show you what happens when you do exactly what yaw say you're going to do. >> in fairness to republicans, they promised repeal, replace
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obamacare. a lot of show votes but when it cam to putting teeth in it, using the power of the purse, they didn't use it. or stopping executive amnesty. they ended up funding it. >> this is why donald trump is now the president-elect of the united states. he became the republican nominee for exactly that reason. because republicans independents, disaffected democrats, they looked at the bipartisan ruling class and said you're all corrupt. we're sick of all of y'all because you've never delivered on what you promise us on both sides and we're going to try something completely different. >> you're fill in for me tomorrow. >> tomorrow night. >> you're the best. i know our audience loves. coming up later tonight, i'll go one on one with buzzfeed reporter rosie gray about the alt left and alt right that he talks about. but first tonight -- >> a trump administration will end this nightmare of violence. we will stop illegal
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immigration. >> president-elect donald trump promised voters that he would deport all criminal illegal immigrants. liberals are standing in his way and soliciting the help of president obama. we'll check in with sheriff david clark, mercedes schlapp and much more here tonight on "hannity." we live in a pick and choose world.
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of the dhs just released a report warning that thousands of green cards have disappeared and quote in the wrong happened, green cards may allow criminals and undocumented alien to remain in the united states. here with us now, milwaukee sheriff david clark and mercedes schlapp. i had two parents on many show today, their kids killed by criminal aliens. people in the justice department that were released back out. one got lost his son, he was working overnight at the convenience store and the guy responsible had kidnapped and raped a woman and still got released and killed this guy's son. wi when are we ever going to learn? >> donald trump has made it clear things are going to be different in his administration. he's going to seal the borze bo. this revolves door has got to
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stop. you look at the family of kate steinle and others who i have met who have been victimized, american citizens victimized by people illegally in the country and violate our laws. the department of homeland security has handled this very sloppily. they have the casualness of handling these green cards, these documents like you lose your car keys. it will turn up somewhere. this is serious. in the hands of terrorists organizations, they could cause catastrophic consequences on allowing terrorists into the united states with these forged documents with the help of the green cards. there's been in investigation, no sense of urgency by jeh johnson. but things are going to be different under president-elect donald trump >> your name has been mentioned a lot. have you been approached for a possible position in the
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administration? >> sean, i'm not going to go there at this point in time. look, they're well aware of what they're doing there. donald trump will decide in the end who he wants to assist him in making america great again. >> i didn't see you on the camera of the trump tower going in and out. did you sneak in the side with door like i did or what? >> when the president asks you to serve, you step up and fulfill the duty. i think it would be an honor the serve in the trump administration. >> politically y what i called the alt radical left. they're going insane. these poor college kids need their professors to tbi them play dough and hot cocoa and coloring books and aromatherapy and cry rooms. what happens when donald trump follows up on the agenda, including deporting criminal aliens? >> well i think that we can all agree that deporting criminal aliens should be a priority for our nation.
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at the end of the day these individuals should have never been here in the first place. and guess what. when they try to deport them to their homeland, those countries don't want them. but the mere fact here is that what we have seen, sean, is an era of dysfunctional immigration system in america and that needs to just end. we need to move into the law and order in this country. the problem is that there is a perception in many of the countries in central america, mexico, that you can simply come into america illegally and stay here. in fact, they're having these cases in which individuals are coming in, they pose with children that are not their children, they bypass the smugglers and are coming in because they believe the border patrol agents will be more sympathetic towards them. that has to end. >> do you think this president would be bold enough to actually offer pardons to illegal immigrants? we know the power of the pardon is pretty absolute. do you think he could do that
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for hundreds or thousands or millions of illegals? >> i think there was mention that the immigration advocates for pushing president obama to par don the dreamers. if he does take that step, i think there will be -- i think you will find that americans will be supset. immigration should not be handled through executive orders. this is why we have congress, to act and legislate on the laws. that's why you have president-elect trump working with congress to push forward an immigration reform that makes sense, securing the border first and then dealing with the issue of what you going to do with the illegal immigrants who have been here an extended period of time. >> i agree as well. sheriff, last word. >> sean, president obama -- it's my biggest fear. he's like a tenant who has been evicted from a property and he's going to trash the place on the way out the door just out of spite. nothing would surprise me from
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obama in these waning days. >> thank you. when we come back, a "hannity" shootout. i go one on one with buzzfeed's rosie gray. he writes a lot about the alt right. i'm going to ask her about the alt left movement. you don't want to miss that. and later tonight -- >> that i'll answer for the president-elect. >> rudy giuliani today after his meeting with president-elect donald trump. the transition team is working hard to fill the key posts. we'll get reaction later tonight here on "hannity."
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rosie gray. i asked her, quote, when will you use the term alt radical left to describe the occupy movement, move on.org and black lives matter. and by the way, why did obama invite radical to the white house. here to continue the debate is buzzfeed reporter rosie gray. you're pretty left of center, fair? >> you don't know anything about any politics, sean. >> you have written a lot about alt-right. >> that's right. >> and you asked me do i deplore racism, anti-semitism, 1000%. >> grad to hear it. >> so do all conservatives. why do i believe this is an attempt by the left to alter to lexicon to alt-right will mean conservatives just like every four years conservatives are told they're raysic, xenophobic, islamophobic.
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>> the alt-right is not an attempt to smear conservatives. i've been clear in my coverage of the alt-right that they're not a conservative group. so, look, this isn't something that i cooked. . this is a real movement happ happening right now. >> you've got a guy, spencer, whoever he is, a picture he's doing a nazi salute. >> there is a video at the conference this weekend giving nazi salutes. >> donald trump was actually asked or somebody from the "the new york times" tweeted about the meeting and he said trump on alt right supporter, it's not a group i want to enenenergized. >> i think it's great that donald trump disavowed him. he was slow to do it. >> he disavowed david duke. >> he was slow to disavow david duke. >> we should have asked him if he knew who david duke even was. >> i'm sure donald trump probably knows who david duke
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is. >> but you know what, he doesn't support david duke. >> no. >> nothing in his past shows of racism and if it did, conservatives like me wouldn't support that. mainstream conservativeconserva. >> sure. >> here's my question. would you say -- i have a tape of a group -- believe it or not, there's a white lives matter group and they were in austin, texas. i want you to watch this tape where they're shouting at the police, et cetera and then they're counting down. what do we want, a dead cop one, after one we want two and they keep counting more and more dead cops. watch this. [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. [ chanting ]. [ bleep ]. >> all right. i was asking you on twitter if
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it was appropriate -- that's a white lives group. i would never want them in a trump white house ever. i never heard of this group but they showed up in austin texas. now i played this many times on my program. let's go to black lives matter. [ crowd chanting ]. >> pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon, pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon, pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon. what do we want? dead cops. >> what do we want? dead cops. >> when do we want it? now. >> so if the people in texas -- i'll concede, all right, they're alt-right. aren't those people that were chanting that alt-left, alt radical left and why would you accept that can go to the obama
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white house. >> i don't think it's those specific people that went to the obama white house. you're extrapolating from -- >> if donald trump invited a klan member to the white house, okay, somebody that was -- >> you're comparing black lives matter to the ku klux klan? >> i'm saying they're so incendiary and outrageous that every american should be outraged including you. why are you not outraged. >> i think we can agree that the statements that we just watched were incendiary. >> you think that's it's ploept to invite people from that group to the obama white house? really? >> you're taking a couple of isolated understa isolated incidents. >> did you hear that? have they decried, have they condemned those statements? >> i'm not actually sure about that. >> here's my question because i think you're a nice person. do you think -- if you're going to say alt-right that we can say
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those groups are alt left, at radical left? >> i think you can say whatever it is that you want to say. i haven't heard you take a position on the alt-right which is a real movement. do you condemn the alt-right? >> you asked me to other day on twitter. i've never heard of these people. anybody that puts up a nazi salute, anybody that's racist, anti-semen ic, i condemn them. >> you have a huge reach, a fox news show and a radio show with millions of listeners. you have a lot of power. >> you are a rofrter from buzzfeed. >> i don't have anything compared to you, sean. so what i'm saying you saying that you condemn the alt-right movement would be a very powerful thing. >> i am saying anybody that does a nazi salute, anybody that believes in those values, anybody that's racist in any way
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shape matter or form, anti-semitic has absolutely no place in the modern conservative movement or being near donald trump. so i'll turn it on you. do you say that anybody who chants pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon, they have no business being in the obama white house. would you agree with that. >> i don't think those specific people were in the obama white house. >> should members of that group be in the obama white house. >> i'm not like you. i'm a reporter. >> if you're going to press me to give you an answer, i answered honestly. why i don't you answer. they have no business in the obama white house. no business there. >> i don't think we're talking about the same thing. >> you just heard them chanting they want dead policemen. >> the alt right is a group -- >> they're shouting it and
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there's large numbers of them. >> we agree those statements are not acceptable statements to make. >> anybody associated with the group should not be in the white house. >> i agree with you that people who make those sorts of statements should not be in the white house, sure. >> was i fair? >> you were fair. >> thank you. rudy giuliani met today with president-elect donald trump and they spoke about the transition process and some key posts that need to be filled. coming up next we'll check in with rick grenell and mike mukasey straight ahead. ♪ p is for privileges. o is for ordinarily i wouldn't. l is for layers of luxury. a is for alll the way back. r is for read my mind. and i... can't see a thing.
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. . i am not going to discuss what i'm interested in or what the president-elect is thinking and mulling over. that's not fair. not the right way to do it. this has to be done privately. and i don't mean in regard to me, i mean with regard to everyone else. that i'll answer for the president-elect. >> all right. that was former new york city mayor, rudy giuliani at trump t. the former mayor is reportedly being considered for a role in the trump administration. here now to talk about it is former spokesman for the u.s. ambassador to the un, rick
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runel. we know rudy well. mr. attorney general, i'll ask you. i've been disappointed with how he's handled and comments about donald trump. i, for the life of me, cannot understand. here is rude yes, out campaigning. you know, and he apparently, and romney are being considered. i don't get that. >> me, either. >> romney shrivelled under questioning to candy crowley. how are you going to stand up to vladimir putin? >> vick? >> the things he said. hugster, fraud, racist. whatever else, that one speech was brutal. he -- how would you expect him
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to be loyal in light of how he acted? >> mitt romney is extremely qualified for different positions. people talked about him before. veterans affairs. >> how about the treasury department? >> those make more sense. donald trump has a tough problem because he's got many people qualified for secretary of state. and looking at romney, i think, the troublesome kind of way to go down this road for president-elect trump is to look at policy decisions. i think it would be very difficult to try to get mitt romney back into the fold. . >> i think someone has got to ask mitt romney why do you want to work for a guy that you
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called horrible names? >> mitt romney is a great american and the reality is that donald trump won the presidency. i think there are other posts that would make more sense to utilize his expertise. >> attorney general, i think rudy is the right guy. does he have vetting issues? problems? >> no vetting issues and no problems. >> i think chuck schumer would surround him. >> never been a collective scandal around him and he's done real work. he has substantial experience beginning when he's associate deputy ag. and negotiated with haiti. set up a process for screening
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refugees so they can be screened on coast guard cutters off port-au-prince. and negotiation was puerto rico, part of the united states to, screen refugees there so they didn't come to the main land of the united states. >> i've got to break. >> heads of state and diplomats around the world know rudy giuliani. they respect him. they know him. and he'd be a fantastic pick. >> i agree. a very-important question of the day is straight ahead.
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so what do you think of president-elect trump's plan for his first 100 days? let us know what you think. before we go, a special happy 13th birthday to colton thatcher
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mcfadden. happy birthday. that is all the time we have left. we'll see you tomorrow night. ue certain guests. is it an act, right? >> no, it's not. hi, i'm eric boyne filling in from bill o'reilly. big developmentings in the donald trump camp. the president-elect's former campaign rival, dr. ben carson, confirmed that he has been offered a position in trump's cabinet n a dramatic twist, mr. trump signaled he is unlikely to pursue a criminal investigation into hillary clinton. a short time ago, i spoke with incoming p white house chief of staff, reince priebus. >> president-elect donald trum

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