Skip to main content

tv   Hannity  FOX News  March 18, 2017 2:00am-3:01am PDT

2:00 am
a cardiologist up there when he does press conference. brett: first 100, pomposity, sms and groupthink. "hannity" is next. >> sean: welcome to "hannity," president trump met with german chancellor angela merkel. and coulter, geraldo rivera, sarah carter will be here. but first, today's meeting highlighted major differences between trump and chancellor merkel's approach to key issues. america can can learn. president trump and chancellor merkel capped off their first visit earlier today by holding a joint trust conference. where we stand on protecting this country. watch this.
2:01 am
>> our two countries must continue to work together to protect our people from radical islamic terrorism. and to defeat isis. i applaud chancellor merkel for germany's contributions. both civilian and military as a counter isis coalition member. we also recognize that immigration security is national security. we must protect our citizens from those who seek to spread terrorism, extremism and violence inside our borders. immigration is a privilege, not a right. and the safety of our citizens must always come first. >> sean: we have been covering in-depth on this show how president trump has promised to do everything within his power to stop radical islamic terrorist from entering this country and putting you, the american people, in danger.
2:02 am
he plans on doing that in part by enacting extreme vetting of refugees. as we told you last night, the alt radical obstructionist left in america is trying to stop the president and by doing so, they are showing they are perfectly willing to gamble with your lives. at this point, the left here at home wants to copy germany and europe's practice of letting waves of unchecked refugees pour into their countries. tonight, the alt radical left might want to think twice about this. we will show you exactly why. here at home we have seen an increase in radical islamic attacks. top officials have warned that isis can in fact infiltrate the refugee population. according to the fbi, there are 1,000 active isis related cases in all 50 states. earlier this month, jeff sessions revealed this shocking statistic about these ongoing investigations. >> today, more than 300 people
2:03 am
according to the fbi, who came here as refugee are under an fbi investigation today for potential terrorism related activities. >> sean: in europe, it has become far worse and more violent. the continent has become the epicenter of terrorist attacks against the west. since 2014, europe has taken in over 3 million refugees and asylum-seekers. germany has led the way in western europe by excepting nearly 900,000 refugees in 2015 alone. last month, germany's domestic security and intelligence agency, the bf v said the number of radical islam is in the country has grown considerably, rising from just 100 to 2013 till almost 1600 this year. what we have seen is devastating and brutal, violent attacks. they launched a series of attacks in paris targeting a stadium, cafe, concert hall
2:04 am
where they slaughtered 130 people and wounded hundreds of others. in march 2016, explosions at the airport and a metro station in the city of brussels. 34 killed, innocent travelers including americans, 150 injured. a few months later, in the city of nies, france, during french national day, a truck attack killed 84 people including ten children, more than 200 others are injured. germany, an islamist plowed a truck into a christmas market. here's the bottom line here, liberals in this country can continue to be naive, have a pre-9/11 mindset with the hopes that another major attack is not going to happen. they can hope and pray or we should be smart and vigilant and fully aware of all these dangers we face and allow president trump to harden the policies and procedures so we can keep all of you and all of
2:05 am
america and all of our children safe. here now with reaction, and coulter. to me this comes down to a very simple, basic fundamental choic choice. the inconvenience of a few guests that want the privilege to be here. the inconvenience or the gambling with the lives of the american people. why is that such a hard decision for people? >> you are right, why can't we learn from western europe? just a few weeks ago, german intelligence reported that 1,000 german residents have gone to fight with isis. hundreds of them have come back to germany, what is chancellor merkel do? she setting them up with welfare. that could radicalize them if they don't have welfare. what these migrants say -- they come to countries, they sexually assault women, they're having a
2:06 am
very difficult time learning not to rape women. what other immigrant group could not stop themselves from raping women? it's right in front of our eyes can you imagine, what angela merkel has done is spreading throughout europe. just in germany alone, combining military discipline with islamic ideology? it is terrifying what we are up against. why would you do that in this country? we keep trying to be distracted with russia, russia. russia is probably one of our better allies in the fight against islam. they've been dealing with these islamic terrorists for centuries now. the rumor, they are the ones who warned us about the brothers that bombed the boston marathon. let's just worry about russia -- how long ago did reagan win the
2:07 am
cold war? >> it's a conspiracy live. it has been nonstop. i know you will touch this hard question, if you grow up under sharia law and you are a man and you think you have the right to tell women they can't drive, travel, they got to dress a certain way, they cannot be seen in public with out a male relative, if you think you can throw gays and lesbians off buildings and persecute and christians -- that is what you learn and that directly contradicts our constitutional values. >> you are absolutely right, there is no fbi, they don't have a computer database. there's nothing to yvette, there's nothing we can look at.
2:08 am
i also think it's worth mentioning, photos of women going to college in afghanistan, not that long ago. in the '70s. it looks like an american college campus. they are wearing skirts, button-down shirts, carrying their book bags. things can turn overnight. when you're bringing in these masses of people from very, very different cultures and make it a hate crime to ask them to assimilate for the cherry on to top, and they have no intent on assimilating. what are we getting out of this? it is one thing if we are bringing in nuclear scientists or engineers, i don't think we are getting a lot of those but the vast majority of refugees are just instantly coming in, sucking up welfare meant for our people. >> sean: yet. let me ask a political question. one of my favorite clips of the snowflake left -- you were on omar's show. it is like june or july of 2015,
2:09 am
and you state donald trump has the best chance of winning and the crowd is just laughing at you. i don't think they are laughing now. you've been a very strong supporter, i'm pretty angry with the republican party, they seem ill prepared especially in repeal and replace it seems like the president is trying to clean it up, hopefully they get there. hopefully we get a consensus. are you happy with how things are going so far? >> on most things, i'm disappointed with the republican congress. first of all, they ought to be impeaching those two travel ban judges immediately. it is against the constitution, the president, by the way, every member of congress took an oath to uphold the constitution. the commander in chief. through a federal law passed by congress that has been on the books. it reaffirmed in hundreds of
2:10 am
supreme court cases, rather court cases, at least a dozen -- this is 100% the prerogative of the commander-in-chief. to have a district court judge stepping in and saying oh, no, he doesn't have that duty, what else could a district court judge say? oh, no, we are overruling your decision to go to war because someone in hawaii could be affected. this is what we need congress doing. i was hoping for a better repeal of obamacare. sean, they have had seven years to work on it. no one ain't in washington seems to understand it. >> sean: they have had eight years. >> i will hold our emperor trump harmless on obamacare. he should be building a wall, deporting illegals, looking at the massive resistance, a pro-american president -- we finally have. looking at the resistance he is getting, he could use an assist from republicans in congress and other than a handful of them, he
2:11 am
is not getting it. >> sean: and coulter, i owe you an email by the way. i appreciate you being with us. up next, tonight, right here on "hannity"... >> obamacare is dead. it's a dead health care plan. >> sean: the president says obamacare is dead and he is gathering report for this republican health care bill. two republicans in the room, marsha blackburn and steve scalise will join us with reaction and later tonight lips us >> him two girls fighting in the ocean, one girl got carried away in a stretcher. >> sean: it is out of control at the beach. a spring is down. we want to see what your kids are doing? what they are really doing on spring break? are you ready for this? our series begins next week. we will give you a preview we will give you a preview tonight.
2:12 am
introducing new depend silhouette active fit, we will give you a preview tonight. with a thin design for complete comfort. they say "move it or lose it" and at my age, i'm moving more than ever. because getting older is inevitable. but feeling older? that's something i control. get a free sample at depend.com.
2:13 am
bburning of diabetic nerve pain these feet... kicked off a lot of high school games... ...built a life for my family... ...and liked to help others in need. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes causes diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is fda approved to treat this pain. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing,
2:14 am
rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling or blurry vision. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs, and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. now i have less diabetic nerve pain. and it's great to help others get back on their feet. ask your doctor about lyrica. if you're eligible, you could pay as little as $25 dollars a month.
2:15 am
i love to see businesses that just started from ground up grow into further success. it just feels good to know that i'm helping someone else. my first goal is to learn about their business, what they're currently doing in their advertising. pull some research, create a great story. trying to figure out some way of building some kind of trust in a very quick moment. you have to love to work with people. our goal, without a doubt, is that all customers are satisfied before they leave. ♪ >> sean: will come back to "hannity." president trump met with members of the republican study committee where he said some changes were made to the g.o.p. obamacare replacement plan and that all representatives at the meeting said they were now
2:16 am
supporting the legislation. >> all of these notes for potential nos, they are now all yeses. frankly, i want the states to get the money and to run the program if they want to run it. they can do it better than federal government. we also want people to know that obamacare is dead. dead health care plan. it's not even in health care plan, frankly. only because everyone knows it's on its last dying feet. the fake news is trying to say good things about it. fake media. there is no good news about obamacare. obamacare is dead. >> sean: joining us now, marsha blackburn and steve scalise. congresswoman, i will start with you.
2:17 am
look, the republican study group is a conservative group within the congress and but it is not as conservative as the freedom caucus. their members tell me they are still not on board although they are -- some of the changes i saw today they are pretty happy with. in addition to the medicaid agreement with the study group, et cetera. work requirements, also other new wordings. all things i note the freedom caucus wanted. how close to think we are to getting them on board too? >> i think we are very close, sean. this bill is moving in the right direction. the vice president and president asked us to work with them which, we have been working with steve scalise. the white house. they have asked for our support on this. it's important for our
2:18 am
republicans to have a win. it's taken longer than it should have taken. we need to continue to work on the medicaid expansion, address those issues and make certain that this is a bill that republicans can't support and sent to the senate and for them to take up the house bill. >> sean: steve, where are you with the freedom caucus? they've been the ones that have communicated with me the most that they say the president, a+. reaching out to them. talking to them, they appreciate -- some changes they wanted are in the bill but they feel the leadership has not reached out as much to them. why? >> i've been talking to those members directly, in fact today at the meeting, with mark walker and other rc members, they said they will vote for the bill. including one who had voted against it yesterday. with these changes, both -- you
2:19 am
talk about something revolutionary. a revolutionary reform conservatives have been wanting for decades. that will be in the bill and the work requirements. >> sean: those are two things they told me -- that mark meadows and jim jordan told me they wanted in the bill. >> it right. that's what brought some of the freedom caucus members in the room to say there now for the bill. like marsha blackburn said, this bill is moving in the right direction. what is most important, the president is directly engaged. he said i'm behind this bill 100%. he wants this bill on his desk to repeal and replace obamacare and put patients back in charge. >> sean: he is helping a lot. >> he has rolled up his sleeves and got to work on this directly. >> sean: is there anything to learn on this? should consensus have been built before the bill? intramural squabbling? from my perspective, you cannot
2:20 am
not do this. we are at the point -- the president's first major signature legislation here. seems that it was may be -- you wrote the contract before the deal points were made. the cart ahead of the horse a little bit. do you think it could have been handled better? >> i do. one of the things republicans do not take the time to do is establish predicate. they should have started talking about why we have to repeal -- put patient centered health care in place. we should've done that november 9th. building up that big picture, and working more closely -- conservatives, about conservatives with the leadership and of course the white house, president, vice president has been terrific. they say tell us what we need to do. >> sean: so, congressman, do
2:21 am
you think you will have the requisite number -- are you working hand-in-hand with the senate? when you get the house and senate together, are you confident that this is all going to get done? >> yeah i think -- >> sean: losing is not an option here. >> failure is not an option. something else that just got included, a letter of strong support in this bill. this will probably be one of the most pro-life pieces of legislation. defunding planned parenthood. that's a big win too. >> those are things we have wanted to see happen. i think the senate will be ready to take our bill up. they are going to be ready to take it up. >> sean: we are going to see you both next week hopefully. up next, tonight, right here on "hannity"... >> don't even think about it. we will build the wall. don't even think about it.
2:22 am
>> sean: the president promising the border wall will in fact be billed. as his new budget proposal. david clarke, geraldo rivera. and also later tonight... >> wanted you all start drinking today? >> all day and night. it >> sean: our spring break special that begins next week. what really happens there. it is not all fun in the sun. this is your kids
2:23 am
2:24 am
when you have something you love, you want to protect it. at legalzoom, our network of attorneys can help you every step of the way. with an estate plan including wills or a living trust that grows along with you and your family. legalzoom. legal help is here. [car[clicking of ignition]rt] uh-- wha-- woof! eeh-- woof! wuh-- [silence] [engine roars to life] [dog howls] ♪ dramatic opera music swells from radio ♪ [howling continues]
2:25 am
people would ask me that we traveled,ntries what is your nationality and i would always answer hispanic. so when i got my ancestry dna results it was a shocker. i'm from all nations. it puts a hunger in your heart to want to know more. hei don't want one that's haded a big wreck just say, show me cars with no accidents reported find the cars you want, avoid the ones you don't plus you get a free carfax® report with every listing i like it start your used car search at carfax.com
2:26 am
la quinta presents, how to win at business. step one: ask the presenter to "go back a slide." well played. you just tossed a mind grenade into into your colleagues' dulled senses. look at them, "what did i miss?" he one-upped me once again. step two: choose la quinta. and your la quinta reward points can be redeemed for everyday purchases on the go so you can win at business. learn more at lq.com today.
2:27 am
on to atfoxnews.com. >> don't even think about it. we will build the wall. don't even think about it. our southern border will be protected always. drugs will stop pouring in and poisoning our youth. that will happen very, very soo soon. >> sean: that was president trump in nashville earlier this week promising to
2:28 am
secure the southern border and finally build the wall. president trump's proposed budget takes aim at sanctuary cities. this budgetary proposal, trump wants to/$200 million. in local jails that hold illegal immigrants convicted of crimes while in the country illegally. joining us now with reaction, sheriff david clarke and geraldo rivera. geraldo, you and i go back and forth on this. i sat there with all these local law enforcement guys in texas. there were 642,000 crimes and a seven year period in texas alone. including murder, including drugs, kidnapping, rape. this is now common sense. you like to say you are a common sense guy.
2:29 am
is that not common sense? >> lets start on a happier note. i am honoring my irish brother from another mother with this tie tonight. the issue of sanctuary cities funding, defunding, it will be when the rubber hits the road. left and right. once the obamacare stuff is sorted out. this will be the issue that pre-occupies the conflict of the two sides. >> sean: as a lawyer, give a rule of law. if cities are defying the rule of law, should there be some consequences for that? isn't that called aiding and embedding? >> excellent point. the chief justice of the california court wrote to attorney general sessions and general kelly and told them to keep the i.c.e. agents out of the california court.
2:30 am
california does not appreciate -- i foresee not only legal conflict but i foresee conflict between a state or local cop facing an i.c.e. agent and the cop saying you shouldn't be in here. this is a court room, we don't want you. i see a potential conflict. i think everyone has to cool it. >> sean: you may be very well right. sheriff clark, that is a problem though because this is a breakdown in civil society. it becomes lawlessness when you have states, municipalities choosing which laws they will obey or disobey. and they will aid and embed criminals. >> first of all, happy st. patrick's day, sean. >> sean: we are all irish today. >> is a lot of posturing going on right now. is there any buddy who thinks donald trump is not serious about building this wall? ceiling that border for real, to stop the flow of illegal
2:31 am
immigrants into this country, the drugs and weapons, the criminal gangs, and the. he is going to get this done. i will help him do it as it relates to milwaukee. that's why i asked to be certified in the 27g program. it will give the authority after the u.s. marshall says, to enforce immigration. what we are talking about here, it sounds like my good friend geraldo started off on this a little bit. we are talking about criminal illegal aliens. we are not talking about doing home raids and business raids to look for people in the country illegally. we are going to identify people who have been convicted of serious crimes in this country
2:32 am
and schedule them for deportation. that is not extreme, that is reasonable. anyone who is not for that is advocating for criminal behavior. sanctuary cities provide a safe haven for criminal activity. >> i totally disagree with that. nothing prevents cops from enforcing the law. if someone commits a crime, they get arrested. with this is all about is whether that top vows to hold that person after the arrest after their sentence is served or they have been acquitted, to hold them for a federal immigration hold. if over 350 municipalities and states have said no, we will not do this, we are not immigration officials, we refused to cooperate, this is not about law enforcement. this is about whether counties or minutes up the cops are federal deputies enforcing immigration laws.
2:33 am
of course they have to enforce. >> sean: at last word, sheriff. >> they can't make local jails hold these individuals, they are asking for some cooperation in assisting them. had the san francisco jail area kept or held onto the guy that killed kate, she would be alive today. what president trump has made clear, the catch and release days are over. they cannot force the jails to do it. you talk about the type of dollars we are talking about, that will leave some huge gaps in some of these local fundings and eventually they will start to do the right thing. they will, trust me. >> sean: my two good friends, and irish brothers. happy st. patrick's day to both of you. coming up, sarah carter -- she has been breaking stories all week long. they are debunking the left wing talking point narrative, that
2:34 am
president trump colluded with the russians. and later tonight... >> booty! >> sean: we sent a hand of the producer down to south padre island in texas. you want to send your kids ther there? watch, ♪ (music plays throughout) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
2:35 am
♪ ♪ that's life. you diet. you exercise. and if you still need help lowering your blood sugar... ...this is jardiance. along with diet and exercise... jardiance lowers blood sugar and a1c in adults with type 2 diabetes. jardiance is also the only type 2 diabetes treatment with heart- proven to reduce the risk of cardiovascular death in adults with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. jardiance can cause serious side effects, including dehydration. this may cause you to feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded, or weak upon standing. ketoacidosis is a serious side effect that may be fatal. symptoms include nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, tiredness, and trouble breathing.
2:36 am
stop taking jardiance and call your doctor right away if you have symptoms of ketoacidosis or an allergic reaction. symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, swelling, and difficulty breathing or swallowing. do not take jardiance if you are on dialysis or have severe kidney problems. other side effects are sudden kidney problems, genital yeast infections, increased bad cholesterol, and urinary tract infections, which may be serious. taking jardiance with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. so talk to your doctor about jardiance- the one and only type 2 diabetes treatment with heart. visit jardiance.com for a free consultation with a certified diabetes educator if you qualify. we asked people to write down the things they love to do most on these balloons. travel with my daughter. roller derby. ♪ now give up half of 'em. do i have to? this is a tough financial choice we could face when we retire. but, if we start saving even just 1% more
2:37 am
of our annual income... we could keep doing all the things we love. prudential. bring your challenges. this is one gorgeous truck. special edition. oh, did i say there's only one special edition? because, actually there's five. ooohh!! aaaahh!! uh! hooooly mackerel. wow. nice. strength and style. it's truck month. get 0% financing for 60 months plus find your tag and get $5500 on select chevy silverado pick-ups when you finance with gm financial. find new roads at your local chevy dealer.
2:38 am
>> sean: welcome back to "hannity," sarah carter and john solomon have been breaking many big stories this week. a computer scientist who is a hillary clinton donor pushed the trump russia server narrative eventually led to an investigation by the fbi. they found no wrongdoing. sarah and john reported that sources told them russian alpha bank which allegedly had this computer connection to the trump organization asked the department of justice for help to identify a computer in the u.s. that they believe is being hacked to make it look like communication exists between the president and moscow. sara carter joins us now. i said this to you last night, this is becoming more like a new addition of homeland every single day with these new developments. what they are saying on the russian side of things it is they've able to trace back -- there is someone they think within the united states that is faking a relationship -- a
2:39 am
computer relationship between that bank and at the trump. do we know if this was the same thing investigated in october? >> they suspect it was. that's very interesting because even back in october, they were very concerned about this. although there was no data going between the two servers, there were still concerns that it happened. what they did was they basically intercepted -- they put something inside their computer server and order to track and trace if it happened again. it happened again in february and march 11th and march 13th. in that point, alpha bank -- there specialists were able to trace it and that's where they d information which we were able to view as well. we were able to see that for ourselves. >> sean: all of you are reporting, you were able to confirm that in fact, trump's servers were surveilled. law enforcement found no
2:40 am
collusion whatsoever even though it keeps getting reported, this conspiracy by almost everyone else in the media -- where is this going next? if that is the case, is it possible the whole thing could have been set up by people connected to the democratic party? can it get that deep? >> it could, we do not know yet. we're still looking and investigating. one of the things i am most concerned about is the house chairman of the intelligence committee -- the leaks. that'll answer a lot of our questions. why would general flynn -- why was his name exposed in those phone calls? did they have a backdoor in surveillance? one of the questions that no one is really asking -- and i think chairman nunes will ask these questions, was there an increase of viewership of this raw data
2:41 am
during december? were people going into these and looking at the raw data that had names of persons associated to trump or president trump himself? i think that something they are going to be asking. >> sean: on my radio show, a former chair of the intelligence committee, he wrote a column, can americans trust their intelligence community? i would argue probably 99.9%, yah, we can. i have a lot of faith -- i just believe that these are people serving their country. but you only need one bad apple. is it possible based on the wikileaks revelation that the malware exists, they can literally hack into something from any country and pin it on another country? >> sure. they said they can. that's what we sow. if those documents are true, then yes, they can. i suspect we have some very,
2:42 am
very smart people in our intelligence community. what is most concerning, they don't even have to go that far. if you have fisa records, any telephone calls then candidate trump, made it back then, would have been picked up, right? could someone have viewed those? anyone else and his team, but those have been viewed? how many americans are being surveilled, that makes phone calls overseas? these are the questions we have to ask and why weren't those names protected? why was the raw data so exposed that it leaked to the press and revealed the name of an american speaking to an russian ambassador? i do not know how much i can stress this -- every intelligent source i have spoken to, this of such highly classified document. is there an investigation? >> sean: does not mean it would have to be high up? they have to be coming from a very high level, these leaks.
2:43 am
true? >> i would say based on my reporting, based on the sources i've spoken with, not any gs nine would be able to go in there and see these particular types of documents. they would have to be signed off. they would literally have to be signed off by that director of the fbi or head of the cia. no one can walk in there and just look at these despite the expansion of the 12 triple three. >> sean: and that, to who advanced the narrative. this is why getting to the bottom of the deep state -- the lifetime bureaucrats, the obama holdovers, something is going to break here and i think you are probably going to be the one to do it. thank you for updating us all week. we will have you back next week. coming up next, tonight, right here on "hannity"... >> millions of hard-working u.s. citizens have been left behind by international commerce and together, we can shape a future where all of us have a path to
2:44 am
financial security. >> sean: during his joint presser with angela merkel, president trump spoke about putting america first. we will get reaction from lisa boothe and later tonight... >> [bleep] it was the best. >> a lot of cocaine. >> sean: we will have another preview of our spring break series which begins next week. do you really want to send your kids and see what t ♪ if you have moderate to severe plaque psoriasis isn't it time to let the real you shine through? introducing otezla, apremilast. otezla is not an injection, or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. some people who took otezla saw 75% clearer skin after 4 months. and otezla's prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring.
2:45 am
don't take otezla if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. otezla may increase the risk of depression. tell your doctor if you have a history of depression or suicidal thoughts, or if these feelings develop. some people taking otezla reported weight loss. your doctor should monitor your weight and may stop treatment. side effects may include diarrhea, nausea, upper respiratory tract infection, and headache. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take, and if you're pregnant or planning to be. ask your dermatologist about otezla today. otezla. show more of you.
2:46 am
i love to see businesses that just started from ground up grow into further success. it just feels good to know that i'm helping someone else. my first goal is to learn about their business, what they're currently doing in their advertising. pull some research, create a great story. trying to figure out some way of building some kind of trust in a very quick moment.
2:47 am
you have to love to work with people. our goal, without a doubt, is that all customers are satisfied before they leave. ♪
2:48 am
>> we must work together for fair and reciprocal trade policies that benefit both of our peoples. millions of hard-working u.s. citizens have been left behind by international commerce and together, we can shape a future where all of our citizens have a path to financial security. the united states will respect historic institutions and we will also recognize the right of free people to manage their own destiny. >> sean: that was president trump earlier today during a joint press conference
2:49 am
with german chancellor angela merkel talking about the need for fair trade policies between the u.s. and our trading partners. joining us now, richard grenell and lisa boothe. rick, i want to start with you. the most amazing thing, a lot of conservatives -- the economic plan, reforming the tax code, energy independence, but a sticking issue, rick, is the issue of trade. that's the thing my friend mark levan worries about the most. i think he is negotiating all the time. that is my interpretation. >> that is the art of the deal. he's a great negotiator but we also have to remember that we try to win the president's favor before and we haven't because we had so many reagan democrats, se midwest come over to donald trump. i think he's onto something her here. that we have not been able to be very successful when it comes to trade deals because we have
2:50 am
always put american businesses at a disadvantage when they are trying to go up against other companies from around the world. donald trump is onto something. he is a businessman, recognizing the fact that our workers have not been at the forefront and he is putting them there. >> sean: lisa, if we can ever get congress to finish this health care bill, pathetically slow -- arguing in public like this is idiotic to me. i think it should have been a consensus bill from the the geo go. i think rick is onto something. the forgotten man and woman election. it will really be the economic plan to me, allowing trillions of multinational corporate money to be repatriated, dropping the lowest corporate tax rate from the highest in the industrialized world to the lowest and energy will be a big component.
2:51 am
that will bring back a lot of the jobs that i think everyone is hoping for. if it comes down to it, is it dangerous to have a trade war? demanding free and fair trade? >> let's see what president trump proposes in some of these negotiations. we have not seen any of that yet. i think a lot of people jump to conclusions about what we will see from president trump before actually seeing what we are going to do. take foreign policy for. look at, i am not an isolationist. what have we seen since he took office? the fight to our adversaries, he would stand up for our adversaries. sanctions against iran. announced on wednesday, they are indicting russian officials for the first time for the yahoo hacking that happened in 2014. rex tillerson will be in china tomorrow to try to put pressure on them and north korea saying that nothing is off the table.
2:52 am
this is a guy who is very much engaged on the world stage. very much engaged -- >> sean: it rick? >> i have spent a lot of time in the midwest, during the campaign. specifically in cuyahoga county. i just saw from the beginning in early september, voters -- men and women who were part of unions -- who had said i just have not been able to devote for a republican lately and i'm really excited. i'm really excited to vote for donald trump. he's on to something in terms of being able to bring back corporate money back to the united states while at the same time, fixing some of these policies that have not benefited our men and women who are working in unions. i was told by one guy in cuyahoga county, he was a democrat -- he did not want to
2:53 am
hear anymore about climate change because what he heard when democrats talked about climate change, was that he was not going to be able to build anything anymore. he was an electrical union guy. he wanted to produce and go forward and democrats were losing him. >> sean: guys, thank you both. rick, your tweets are hilarious. you remind me of me on twitter. coming up, another sneak preview of our spring break special. we begin airing next week. want to see how out of control the behaviors are going on down there? what our cameras captured? what our cameras captured? weliberty mutual stood with us when a fire destroyed the living room. we were able to replace everything in it. liberty did what? liberty mutual paid to replace all of our property that was damaged. and we didn't have to touch our savings. yeah, our insurance won't do that. well, there goes my boat.
2:54 am
you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you™. liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance dearthere's no other way to say this. it's over. i've found a permanent escape from monotony. together, we are perfectly balanced. our senses awake. our hearts racing as one. i know this is sudden, but they say...if you love something set it free. see you around, giulia what makesheart healthysalad the becalifornia walnuts.r? the best simple veggie dish ever? heart healthy california walnuts. the best simple dinner ever? heart healthy california walnuts. great tasting, heart healthy california walnuts.
2:55 am
so simple. get the recipes at walnuts.org. . . hey, need fast heartburn relief? try cool mint zantac. it releases a cooling sensation in your mouth and throat. zantac works in as little as 30 minutes. nexium can take 24 hours. try cool mint zantac. no pill relieves heartburn faster.
2:56 am
>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." it is that time of year again. your kids are headed off to spring break. so we sent a "hannity" producer to south padre island in texas to see what it's really going on. parents, you should tune in next week. here is a sneak peek of what your little kiddies are really doing. >> i'm really sorry i got arrested last night. >> what did you get arrested for? >> smoking that dope, bro. ♪ >> when did you start drinking
2:57 am
today? >> 12:00 p.m. >> get ready to drink water. you are about to be hung over as [bleep]. you are going to die. >> we started drinking at, like, seven in the morning. >> it is hard being an alcoholc 24/7, but i know you can do it. >> our own ainsley earhardt will be joining us. we had a big impact on panama city beach in florida, time for a question of the day, what do you think of president trump's press conference with uncle america earlier today. let us know what you think. now it is time to play some of the lovely messages you have been leaving for me on the "hannity hotline" ."
2:58 am
wow. i like the first one, it doesn't matter, nice, mean, call the number on your screen right now, 877-225-8587 that's all the time we have left this evening. we'll see you back here on ♪ [national anthem] ♪ [national anthem]
2:59 am
♪ ♪ [national anthem] ♪ [national anthem] [national anthem] ♪ [national anthem] ♪
3:00 am
[national anthem] ♪ ♪ >> we're going to have a healthcare plan that's going to be second to none. these folks were nos. mostly nos. and now every single one is a yes. >> he has got some way to go but that's a very good start. >> i will hold our emperor god trump harmless on obamacare. he is supposed to be building a wall, deporting the illegals, imposing a refugee ban. the vast are coming in and sucking up welfare. >> do you know what i think? i think all the refugees should go to hawaii. >> angela merkel, it's a great honor. >> trump time to time tweet you regret? >> very seldom.

45 Views

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on