wider region? >> this is so good, the bbc interview with the south korean political scientist and all of his kids come in. i love that. ♪ >> sean: welcome to "hannity," for speaker of the house newt gingrich will join us in a few minutes, first, i've said since 2008, journalism in america is dead, and now we see just how low the all cleft propaganda destroyed trump propaganda will go to destroy trump at every turn is tonight's opening monologue. here we are, today is day 50 of the trump administration, the commander in chief has been rapidly moving to keep his promises to you, the american people, he detailed a very specific agenda and has been gor mcdonald is checking items off one by one, and today, also,
goodness, when that new jobs created in february alone. don't expect the alt alt left a media to report all the good things the president has accomplished in 50 short days. the biased press would rather focus on and take from conspiracies such as this. >> cnn has learned that the nation's top intelligence officials provided information to is intellect donald trump about claims of russian efforts to compromise president-elect trump. >> cnn learned the fbi is continuing to investigate an odd computer link between a russian bank in the trump organization. >> vladimir putin over in the kremlin did everything he could to put gas who in the white house. >> sean: no matter how much improvement america sees over the next four years, no matter how many jobs are added, no matter how much wealth will be added, that kind of pressure-obsessed propaganda
appears is all you are going to hear from the media. meanwhile, none of these so-called journalists are even willing to conduct an investigation behind this in an unprecedented and in some cases absolute criminal leaks that are happening in washington. like the ones you see right there on your screen. however, two very well respected journalists have conducted a thorough investigation into the trump-russia collusion claims and what did they discover? just weeks before the ele the fbi received a warrant to investigate a server connected to donald trump's businesses, but they found no wrongdoing, no collusion with the russians, and run the same time, in fact, in october, a fisa warrant was also granted to investigate potential russian influence in the election. now, if the mainstream media cared about presenting the whole truth, they should read headlines like this. "federal investigation finds no evidence to date that drum can be included with russia." i'm not going to hold my breath
that someone will actually publish this, even though they should tell the american people the truth. and that is the problem. time and time again, the media is so focused on pushing their radical, lazy agenda, they failed to see the truth that is right in front of them. now, they never vetted barack obama, they never admitted to colluding with the clinton campaign and acting as a surrogate, and the utterly failed to predict the rise of president trump. so who can disagree with me that they are biased? who can disagree with steve bannon when he calls on the opposition party in this country? many in the media are so deeply invested in seeing that president trump fails, many deep state obama era holdovers are still entrenched in government paid by the way, i'm not the only one that feels this way. for example, former democratic congress person dennis kucinich says that president trump has a point about the buyer wiretapp. >> people were saying, it could never happen.
frankly, it happened to me. and i have proof, because "the washington times" actually did me listen into a tip that was made in my congressional office. it was a conversation to myself in a foreign leader, the conversation was approved and cleared by house attorneys who said, yes, you can do that, that is your constitutional right. but someone had intercepted it. and my phone wasn't safe in a congressional office. if they can do that to a member of congress, they can certainly do to a presidential count, candidate and to a private citizen as well. spoon >> sean: dennis kucinich is right. also confirming that some trump campaign conversations were, in fact, wiretapped. watch this. >> saying there was a wiretapped, that there was a wiretap of russian agents, and that those russian agents were communicate with trump staff. that is why they were picked up. that is with the intelligence community has told us, that is what has been reported widely, those are the facts.
>> sean: you, the american people, deserve truthful answers. what did the clinton campaign no? when did they know it? is it was time for president trump to clean house. it has to happen. sean spicer had this to say when asked about all of these obama deep state shadow government holdovers. take a look. >> i think there is no question when you have eight years of one-party in office that there are people who stay in government who are affiliated with who join with and continue to espouse the agenda of the previous administration. i don't think it's come as any surprise that there are people who have burrowed into government during eight years of the last administration and, you know, it may have believed in that agenda and want to continue to seek it out. i don't think that should come as a surprise. >> sean: today, the trump administration, they took the first step into purging deep state actors. according to a doj spokesperson "the attorney general has asked the remaining 46
president obama-appointees." sarah carter is back with us. what you wrote to me is huge. no one was able to confirm what you guys have, that, number one, a fisa warrant was issued. your 100% sure? >> we are 100% sure. a fisa warrant was issued, and a separate warrant was issued to investigate the server that was registered to trump power. there was absolutely no evidence discovered during that search, a very brief search of that computer server. it yielded no evidence whatsoever that alarmed the fbi that there was any criminal connection between trump or any of his surrogates, anybody on the trump team, with russia, they shut it down quickly. you asked the question, when did hillary know about it? she tweeted about it, and "laid"
newsmagazine wrote a story about it at the same time, wrote about these nefarious connections between trump and russia and his server, we had harry reid last october make those same claims. remember, it was in october when the fbi opened their investigation into the server and closed it within the month of october because they found nothing. >> sean: sara, this is amazing. we've been hearing for months and months and months and months potential fisa surveillance warrants being issued, other warrants, president tweets out there was surveillance where he said wiretapped -- really just interchanging words. he is right. the media blasted him for that treaty sent out. but there was surveillance. there were two warrants. they found no evidence at all to say there was any collusion. don't you think, in light of all of the media coverage of this, that there is a dereliction of duty in informing the american people what you and john
solomon, both great, objective journalists, investigative reporters have found, don't you think those are major headlines they are ignoring? >> absolutely. but i think is that you need to go to the truth. i'll tell you where there is evidence, there will be evidence as to leaked this information if there are good investigators willing to find out who did. that is where the trail of breadcrumbs will be. even though there is a wide expanse of intelligence agencies that can access this type of information, the leak on flynn's telephone call, that is a felony, revealing that like they did to "the washington post" is actually a felony. and every time you go into a skit, a compartmentalized room that is highly guarded, sick and look at this room information, you leave a marker, and that marker remains there, so people can see who use that information. if somebody wants to find out
who the leaker is, who violated federal law and leaked classified information on the wiretaps that were on the russian ambassador, not on trump, but on the russian ambassador at that time and not on flynn, they can find out. that evidence is there. i believe that whoever is appointed to investigate on the leaks will eventually sniff out that person and that person will be exposed. >> sean: i think so. sara, got to say again, both to you and john solomon, great investigative work. you deserve far more coverage than you have been getting. has any other major television network reached out to you both? >> no. i have seen it out there. i see people talking about it. but, no. >> sean: we will continue to follow the story into next week. i promise you. author of the book "treason," former speaker of the house newt gingrich. no evidence found, basically
exoneration by the investigative units, and the narrative has gone on since before the election. what does this tell you? >> the first thing that hit me tonight, listening carefully to that interview, and she really made some good points, the second born, which apparently went right at the campaign computer, sort of the electronic equivalent of watergate. in 1972, when nixon operatives, who were government employees, broke into the democratic headquarters to find out what the democrats were up to, that was considered such a huge scandal, nearly it because the president his job. what you have electronically, the federal government has gone into a campaign computer in what was clearly a fishing expedition. they ran the risk, and it begs
the question, why with the court had issued a warrant to go into a campaign computer when there is, in fact, no evidence that the camp was in any way involved with the russians. >> sean: it is unbelievable to me. we have learned a lot about the news media. i said in '07 and '08, you called me once the '08 election and said i was going out on a ledge investigating obama's radical associations, and you cautioned me, as a friend, because we have been friends for a long time. and i kept going. he said i'm probably risking everything doing it. but they never bothered him. they never told the story of how his rigid ideology failed this country. they colluded with hillary clinton. now they are hell-bent on bringing destruction to this president. what does that say about the state at the media in this country today, sir?
>> first of all, just for the record, i have since said many times that sean hannity was the only reporter in 2008 who understood the core radical nature of obama and who attempted to explain him to the country. and in that sense, you were way, way ahead of anybody else and actually understanding what the underlying motivation of radicalism was that obama was involved in. i think it is pretty straightforward. i like the phrase that trump has used before, you have fake news. the fake news is created by people like "the washington post" and "new york times." because they are waging war on the trump administration. this is not just bias. this is not just a slanted coverage. these people are at war with the very survival of the trump administration. and sean spicer was exactly right today. the opposition party, and they y government employees who overwhelm only voted for hillary clinton. we know, for example, but 99% of
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity," we continue with the former speaker of the house. i had you on the air the other night. as of the analogy you used. you know better than anybody, the speaker the house, you get a box, what you need, the parameters in what you can pass a bill. i'm not particularly happy, and i think the president has not been served well, but the way they rolled out the health care repeal-replace. i know there are complications. i understand, i get the whole thing. but i would have liked to of seen the arguments that we knew were coming resolved before they released the initial bill and not have the intramural fighting, but when freedom works and americans for prosperity, heritage action, the freedom
caucus, that's a study group, and senators paul, cruz, rubio, and lee are against it, that looks bad to me, especially after having eight years to get the thing together. >> i disagree. vice president pence, who was the chairman of the study committee, who, before that -- before that, a state legislator, after that, he was a governor. he made the point, look, this is the process. there had to be a bill to mark up. they brought out a bill that people on both sides, going to have some moderate republicans with some heartburn, some conservative republicans with some heartburn. this is a messy process. phase one, they got every single republican on two committees,
big committees waging these, now they've got to test the water. >> sean: and the amendment process where no one has any idea how it's going to come out. am i so unrealistic -- i'm sorry. >> i was just going to say, as vice president pence has pointed out, now the process goes forward, we suspect -- we don't know, but i suspect -- there might be one or two amendments in order by the time i get to the floor. conservatives have a real shot at amending it. then paul ryan, with the help of the president and vice president, has to get a majority of the vote to go to the senate. the senate is going to be very different. you're going to really dislike this. the senate margin is so narrow, they've got to get 50 plus vice president pence. you've got moderates on one side, as you point out correctly, three or four
conservatives on the other side, and then you have people who have real concerns such as the concern about the opioid crisis. all of the those have to be blinded to get to 50 and pence as the minimum. going to have a bill that is not quite capable of passing the house. going to have to get the conference committee, going to have to fight this out, and the question will be -- i think, by the way, you will see president trump on the road in some key states campaigning to make the case -- no question, i. >> sean: i understand. understand the process, i understand the sausage making, the whole thing. in my naive in thinking that a lot of this public fighting could have been avoided had everybody gotten a room and worked it out, at least a lot of
it, not all of it, with all of the considerations you laid out, especially because they had eight years to do that. i'm not naive, right? i'm stupid. >> i think that. no, no. they had a long process. i think they had seven different member meetings, get pretty wide support. i think they probably underestimated the importance of going through something more transactional. i agree with you on that. my only point would be, you ain't going to get a sirloin steak. there is no way in the american legislative process to get a sirloin steak. they might get a slightly tastier sausage. how is that for a friday afternoon analogy? >> sean: mr. speaker, thank you for being with us. more on this busy news night tonight here on "hannity." >> it was a stunner of a weekend here and abroad. the office of the president, if not the occupant, must speak
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peace talks. now back to "hannity." for all of your headlines, log on to foxnews.com. sport welcome back to "hannity." some of the old left propaganda, finally admitting how biased they were towards then-candidate donald trump during the election. out there with the article, the headline, "there really was a liberal media bubble." guess what, it hasn't gone away. take a look at the latest examples of bias from the king of fake news, mr. brian williams himself. >> no serious person would say what he did, president trump offered no evidence, there is no evidence, so we are left with a reckless smear of a former president. in that way, it was a stunner of
a weekend here and abroad. the office of the president, if not the occupant, must speak with moral authority, especially at a time when north korea is lobbing missiles into the sea of japan. >> sean: then msnbc, suggesting that trump is potentially threatening global security. take a look at this hysteria. >> i will just say that what i think we are seeing across-the-board here is potentially threatening to our global security. >> i agree with you. >> on every level. and i urge people to read and really make decisions about exactly what they are seeing. i understand why so many people voted for him. i understand where they were coming from. i understand why you liked him. but this man is lying to you. >> sean: here with reaction, former obama economic advisor, austan goolsby, and u.s. political editor at
dailymail.com with us. austan, i love you, are you really afraid of trump? are you really worried like your liberal hyperventilating hysterical brethren on the left? >> it is funny. >> sean: it is funny to me watching his snowflakes freak out every day. >> the thing is, the biggest network on cable is your network. you've been extremely positive on donald trump, on the theory shows that you're talking about, there is a former republican congress person standing right next to her. >> sean: by the way, we years a. >> compared to you, sean, they are all liberals. many different media sources, some of them are liberal and some are conservative, that's healthy, nothing wrong with that. >> sean: fair enough. david, i do think, for that to
be admitted, i thought it showed a lot of on his part. give him credit. his models were interesting but he talked about the liberal bubble. the daily mail is not really part of that bubble. >> we are not part of any bubble. we are really unique on the spectrum of media that is covering the president. i spent almost two years covering donald trump when he was running, i will tell you, if you think there is a liberal bias in political media, we really have no idea how right you are. i think nate silver hits the nail on the head in one respect. he said it is not just because they are that way. not just that they share this political view. it is because they don't listen to people or have a lot of people around them who think differently. there is a lack of intellectual and ideological diversity in the media. i think it is. to say that at least 9 out of 10 of the reporters covering trump on the trail would never imagine voting for him, and i'll tell you, not the only journalist
crying election night. i saw several at trump's election victory party. that's just the way it is. kudos for nate silver, calling it what it is. >> sean: you got to admit there is truth there. austan, were not going to agree on pretty much anything except that you married off. short of that, you've got to admit the left's reaction is way over-the-top. i would argue the liberal bubble exists. he rushes straight, we have now debunked. we have sara carter, john solomon, two will well respectd investigative journalists. yeah, there was a fisa warrant, another warrant, surveillance of trump tower, and they found nothing, not one shred of evidence of collusion with the russians. how many months is the media going to sell it? >> that's what i want to be true. i don't want to find out that the president has engaged in that activity, and i agree that nate silver's point that the
media live in a bubble, how can you not say that is true? they all predicted trump was going to lose and he didn't lose. >> sean: indymedia, i didn't predicted -- i'm indymedia, i didn't predict that. i predicted obama would be a failure. >> my question to you is this. do you want us to trust the government as much as you're talking about. if donald trump hired a national security advisor and the media comes to find out that he was being paid as a lobbyist for a foreign country, you really want us not to report that? >> sean: that is legitimate. even trump said, there are going to be stories i don't like. legitimate journalism, nobody's talking about shutting down the press. there is this hyperventilating hysteria that has emerged that is very different from what you are discussing. i would also add, and you should, as a liberal that
believes in privacy, i assume, they shouldn't have leaked from the intelligence community's conversation when they were surveilling, not general flynn, but the russian ambassador, that is illegal. that is a violation of the espionage act, and that ended up going up in smoke. i would think on that issue, that is more important. >> awoke, i don't condone illegal leaks, and i don't conde the illegal leaks of wikileaks either. i've been very consistent on both sides that i don't like them releasing that kind of illegal information. >> sean: maybe hillary, david, if she would keep her email server where it is supposed to be and not put it in a mom-and-pop bathroom closet, that is not donald trump's fault. >> it's not. let's be very honest about this. there are some very skilled, honest, and smart reporters covering the white house right now, but there are also people who are just waking up every morning looking for the silver bullet that is going to kill the trump monster. one of the things the daily mail has always been very good at it,
just having a bias toward interesting stories. a lot of the stuff about russia isn't all that interesting to people. it doesn't penetrate. >> sean: it's not true. not a shred of evidence has been presented. keep lying to the american people. >> that may be true, also not that interesting of a story. i can speak for myself and my colleagues. we try to great things about character and conflicts but they have to be interesting. >> sean: by the way, i still like austan goolsby. it's a weakness i have. trying to get over my weaknesses in life. coming up, liberal comedian samantha bee hits a disgusting new low even for her by insulting a terminally ill cancer patient attended cpac. and then later tonight... because my administration has been working on improved vetting procedures and we will shortly take new steps to keep our nation safe and to keep those
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"hannity," you know samantha become of the host of full frontal on tbs, she was forced to apologize after marking the hair of a seatback attendee. >> the bowties were gone and replaced by hair, hair. >> sean: it turns out that one of the people she was making fun of kyle coddington headed because he has stage iv brain cancer. here's what he said on "fox & friends." >> the effects of this go much further than just insulting me, so it is just inconsiderate and very unprofessional to lump together anyone with a certain hairstyle or just the way they look. >> sean: here with reaction the host of the blaze, and democratics strategist, carl offered >> who would support this? she did the right thing and apologizing and she donated to a
fund to me page. >> sean: okay, great. there's a bigger issue here. the names, the vitriol, the hatred the outburst from madonna wanting to blow up the white house and insanity of ashley judd and all the snowflakes. it's really gotten out of hand. i don't hear people on your side saying you're making us look dumb and stupid, knock it off. >> i think i've done that may be even on your program. >> sean: you're saying democrats are dumb and stupid. >> i don't think i'm saying that. >> sean: the snowflakes are brits because some of snowflakes i certainly don't consider myself a snowflake, what i would say is that liberals shouldn't do this, is also a trademark of comedians they make fun of people's physical appearances, she did the right thing, i would also like an apology for alex jones for talking about michelle obama calling her a trainee, marked ice, we have a transgendered speaker. >> sean: whose mark dies? >> conservative web host. >> do you donald trump?
i do know they do a little bit my question for jessica would be the son on this question i want to know, do you think this was a conservative hoax, even a conservative media hoax, do you think the left would've called for them to step down or called for them to resign? do you think that the left would have asked a conservative host to stand down or to be fired? a conservative host who said. >> dust on my question, do you think that the left would have asked a conservative host to be fired if they had made these comments? >> i'm not really understanding, with the left have asked alex jones when he called michelle obama a quote to stand down, ye yes. >> sean: what tommy is pointing out is a real clear and present danger for all conservatives. there are groups that monitor and they know who they are in
their underwear, total losers in life, that monitor three hours of my radio show, an hour of tv in the hopes that i say one word, one phrase, one sentence wrong, no chance to apologize even if it was an honest mistake and hoping they can target my advertisers and silence has come is that what you're suggesting here? >> it's exactly what i'm saying, i don't think that samantha be should be fired, i think she made a mistake. i think she apologize for it and that's wonderful. i'm saying the hypocrisy of the left, if this had been a conservative host, oh, my goodness. >> i did understand your question, i named when i started a bunch of conservatives who said awful things including the president united states of america who called alicia machado miss piggy, carl if he and rena, look at that pace. cook and hillary even. >> and the left was outraged. we don't have the same outrage about this. >> there was outraged about it, there's a lot of people that don't like a sam savage's comments as well for it if and someone who defends people who
have been bullied, do not believe. the is unacceptable. >> sean: can i just stop with this thing, everyone that acts like they are so outraged and hurt by words, baloney. no word ever hurt me in my life and by the way, you can google, i've been called, tommy has been called everything in the book. she's probably had it worse than me, i'm not offended by what they call me! or what anybody says on the radio or to show mike tv show. while not this show. turn the dial to any other show. >> i agree, words don't hurt me either. i am more concerned about that individual who's a private citizen who has a terabyte fun of it probably didn't make it feel to get at the end of the day. i think this is about throwing around the term nazi and fascists, those are pretty heavy labels to throw around. those on the left, even comedians on the left like to throw those terms around a lot, samantha become a whoopi
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♪ >> president trump: it is not compassion but reckless to allow uncontrolled entry from places where proper venting cannot occur. we cannot allow a beachhead of terrorism to form inside america, we cannot allow our nation to become a sanctuary for extremists. that is why my administration has been working on improved vetting procedures, and we will shortly take new steps to keep our nation safe and to keep those out who will do us harm. >> sean: that was president trump during his address last month to a joint session of congress explaining why extreme vetting is needed. early this week, he signed a
revised executive order under extreme vetting but the left they continue to lie about the new order today, congressman keith ellison said this, take a look. >> it starts out with bad intentions come he campaigned on a muslim man, he said that explicitly. it has changed but it's not change to the point where it's no longer intended to harm and block people based on their religion. >> sean: senator ron johnson sent him a letter to the attorney general jeff sessions asking him to look into how an alleged iraqi insurgent who reportedly came in the country through the refugee program was not prosecuted due to resistance from washington officials just before the 2016 election. joining us now with reaction, fox news senior correspondent geraldo rivera and new york city mayoral candidates with both of our endorsements right here. bo dietl, you have hannity and geraldo. how do you spell bo?
let's not gamble with american lives, let's do due diligence, coming to the contrary, we know everybody is happy and safe, fine. >> the new executive order is both constitutional and statutorily sound. the problem is everything candidate trump said about muslim immigrants during the campaign. the court will say i know you're saying now that it's not a religious test, i know this is constitutional but i know your real intention is to ban muslim immigrants. >> sean: that's what the order would say. >> i think he has destroyed his opportunity. >> sean: that they're quoting giuliani's comments. 90% of muslims are not impacted. >> let's talk about the evolving. what the president said, you can always make a compromise and come back. right now what the president
should come out and say, i thought about it, i made some statements when i would running for president and i re-thought about it. you know what i want to do? i want to make it tight for everyone coming into this country whether they're coming from france or germany, you have a lot of syrians in europe. i want to tighten up our vetting right now. >> sean: i'm going to take what you just said, this is the answer. i think everybody coming into america, vetting. it >> you got the presidency better than everybody. i think the president should step up, look, i made a mistake. what i'm going to say is we're going to start to extremely vent everyone coming in. we want to make sure it's secure appear to >> sean: here's the way to pay for it. if you want to visit here, you have to pay for your own vetting, great idea. >> look at the global interest that i did. let's be real about it. during the campaign you say a lot of things. now he has to show the humanity. >> sean: he shows it through
the order. >> but is still the whole idea. >> sean: here's how it happens happens. >> that's what he has to say, that is testimony. right now, he's facing an injunction. there will be an injunction on the new executive order i predict. then there will be an evidentiary hearing, then the court now says one of the facts to justify the injunction. >> exactly, you guys know everything this president does is being attacked. you know what you do? you take the attack mode out of their when you say forget about muslims. everyone will be extremely fitted coming into the united states of america because we don't want anyone. >> sean: i can't get anybody to say anything. >> you have him on fast, come o on. >> sean: this is important. as my think it's very simple. i don't want to gamble with one of american life.
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♪ >> half way through president trump's first 100 days. >> president trump is putting on the pressure as republicans work to repeal and replace obamacare. >> 17 would be a disaster for obamacare. that's the year it was meant to explode. this is the time we're going to get it done. we're working together. we have some great results. >> the president is a great negotiator and great listener. he has been incredibly open-minded and giving olive branch to many of them. >> conservatives wanted right away which would be political suicide. trump has made the right calls. >> more good news now, the unemployment rate went down one notch from 4.8 to 4.7%.