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her birthday, it was ella fitzgerald day here in new york. tony bennett celebrated. he painted a picture of her. >> we will see you here tomorrow at 9:00 eastern. "hannity" is next. >> sean: thanks, another great night for my friends at "the five" ." we will be joined by guests but first, six people arrested during protests in berkeley, california, after ann coulter's speech is scheduled for today. it was in fact canceled. this is the latest example of the old radical left and their assault on freedom of speech. they want to silence every single conservative voice in america. pay attention. this is tonight's very passionate opening monologue. the alt radical left continues to expose themselves as out-of-control fascists who are hell-bent on stifling speech in
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america. any speech that there's the challenge there worldview. what happened in berkeley it should trouble every single one of you because it's our constitutional right for us to be speech. it's being trampled on. college campuses in this country are no longer environments for learning and robust debate and the friant opening exchange of idea. they haven't been for a long time. it's been replaced by safe spaces and micro aggressions. left-wing liberals are indoctrinating our kids and children's youth. they are preventing opposing views for even being put forwar forward. this madness has got to stop. it's time to take a stand with me now before it is too late. in the case of ann coulter, all she was going to do tonight at berkeley was give a speech about america enforcing immigration laws. ann coulter explained this further with our own tucker carlson earlier tonight. take a quick look.
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>> my judicious and hateful speech, the theme of it was going to be a searingly brilliant speech on immigration. the main point of which was federal written law on the books about immigration, developed over generations by both democrats and republicans, should be enforced. >> that was it? >> that was the overall theme. >> [laughs] of course i agree with you emphatically but you weren't going to call for war or violence you are just going to say existing laws ought to be enforced? >> yes. >> sean: think about this for a second. the snowflake liberals were threatening violence, feigning outrage all because ann coulter wanted to talk about enforcing laws that are already on the books? this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the snowflake liberals shutting down any and all conservative voices. at claremont mckenna college,
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agitators cut short a speech by heather mcdonald by using what she called brute totalitarian force. a couple weeks ago and to kane university, a student group actually protested a chick-fil-a restaurant, which i love, on campus because it would jeopardize the schools safe spaces. the reality, our kids are drilling with this every day on college campuses. if you don't subscribe to the rigid left-wing ideology that is being pushed by the so-called tolerant alt left, you will be silenced by any means necessary. i urge you all tonight, make your voice known. this madness has to stop. here with reaction, nationally syndicated talk show radio host, laura ingraham. i have to give ann coulter -- we have known her for 20 plus years now. you have to give her a lot of
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credit that she is willing to step into that lion's den. i don't want to go to berkeley. i would do it to make a point at this point but you know, who needs this aggravation? >> sean, i will go with you. we will go on a tour. with ann coulter. she has a lot of things going on but one of us, two of us, all three of us will do a tour of the most magical campuses in the united states. they are easy to find. we will see how much they believe in free speech and tolerance and the peace and love and everybody get along movement. they really don't. they never have. the free speech movement of the 1960s in berkeley, you can go back and watch all those old video reels. bill buckley did a famous firing line about the free speech movement. the antiwar movement.
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it was called the free speech movement at berkeley. they are pushing for communist professors to be protected by the standards academic freedom. so communist could be protected but ann coulter speech isn't. >> sean: here is a guy that talks about -- columbia -- he gets to speak there. not only does he get to speak -- a guy that threatened to wipe us off the map, he denies the holocaust, ann coulter? you've given me a great idea. this is extemporaneous television. how about you, ann coulter, mean, we have to ask rush. mark live in. >> yeah, he will do it. he's not going to do it. >> sean: how about clarence thomas? he makes liberals double and
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feels like alka-seltzer and water. we will have a massive tour and air it on fox news. >> oh, my god, shawn. it will be a smash hit. a lot of great students would show up, who are actually interested in ideas because those students today feel like they are outnumbered, outgunned. they are in danger but actually do believe in a vigorous exchange of ideas. you hear from them and i hear from them. i don't want to tar all students with the black mask crowd. funded by all these left-wing global groups that want to seek anarchy. >> sean: i have a great idea. >> what can we call it? >> sean: the great american tour. i don't know. the make america great tour. we will do 100 cities and we will crescendo in the biggest
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place we can. and donald trump will give the closing speech to that crowd. as big a crowd as we can got. i think this is all rooted in a hatred towards the president that is so bad and so deep that anyone who likes him and supports him comes under attack. including his 10-year-old son and his own wife and his own daughter and any of us that support him. maybe students really need to hear more conservative voices? >> i think a place where we could end the tour would be brown university. probably the most left-wing of all the ivs. i think brown is an incredible place but they really push the envelope. we will go from west coast and end in the east coast. do all the west coast colleges. berkeley, ucla, ucsd. claremont, paloma. we will move across the country
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slowly. we will do madison, wisconsin. all the lefties -- we will do the boulder, colorado. and end up ultimately at brown university. to me that makes sense. we will go to obama's alma mater and end there. >> sean: okay. on a serious note, i really do think that conservatism is a philosophy -- as an ideology, is good for america and good for young people, they climb the ladder thing. it's freedom. that's a good way to sum it up. it's about opportunity and american independence. jobs, corporations. >> they don't want that. >> sean: why? >> they want chaos and anarchy. chaos and anarchy is where these folks thrive. they are a bunch of cowards. a lot of them walk around in
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masks, they put either half of their face covered or their whole face. or they just -- they just spout a bunch of cliches. there is no real argument. ann coulter would go up there and make an argument. you might disagree or agree about why immigration laws are important and actually bipartisan. she would make that argument and really smart students would get up and ask her questions. maybe challenge her. say, maybe i don't understand that. that is what smart kids do. they are not interested in learning, they are interested in disruption, chaos, and complete anarchy. that is where they thrive and live. that is how they are getting funded. they want to show this whole american system to be illegitimate. that is their goal. if they can do that, then they win. >> sean: i will say this and then we have to go to break. if you really think about it, it would be such an opportunity to
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have this free, open, lively exchange of ideas and ideals and philosophies and opinions. everybody could actually benefit from it rather than -- these people on the left tonight, where are they? where is hollywood, bill maher? >> where is nancy pelosi? she lives about 25 minutes from berkeley. 30 minutes. they all live close to berkeley. where are these people? nowhere to be found. >> sean: let's invite them. i have to take a break. great points. president trump slams democrats saying they want a government shutdown. lou dobbs will check in with us with reaction tonight. and also tonight. >> the eco-here -- i love it. it is simeon like a monkey banging on a stick. i am the biggest. >> sean: the all the radical
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity," as we continue with laura ingraham. i'm looking at the breaking news coming in. kevin mccarthy singh and looks like they will not have a vote on health care tomorrow. frustrating to me knowing how the freedom caucus -- mark metals in particular -- they have done the heavy lifting. and this bill is so important because it saves $1 trillion on the president's economic plan. it seems that the only reason they would do that is they probably don't quite have all these votes yet. they didn't build consensus in the beginning. what is your reaction? >> this is another loss for
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paul ryan. he was given this assignment to court about this legislation through the house. it wasn't easy. it was going to be difficult. different people, values, personalities. but this is something you had to do. if you can't get health care done and done right, eight years after saying you're going to do it -- i mean, i don't even know what to say about that. what does that say about your ability to lead at a critical time for our economy? the president is doing everything he can on the tax reform front. i'm not going to sugarcoat this. i think it is an embarrassment. this can be done and done properly. >> sean: i am with you. here's the frustration i have. you meet paul ryan. he's a very likable guy. i interviewed him on this program. he seemed sincere. he said we have a consensus bill
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but then i find out there wasn't a consensus bill. nobody saw it. it seems -- in all my life, since i was a paperboy, a dishwasher, cook, waiter, busboy, bartender, tile layer, painter -- >> okay, are we going to do the whole list? i'm going to list my jobs now. >> sean: for two decades of my life, i've always had a sense of urgency. i have it every day on radio like you do. where is his sense of urgency to get this done after promising it for eight years? >> precisely, sean. also why do you keep telegraphing that you pretty much have the vote? i know you said today we will vote when we have the votes, they are not going to call it on unless they have the consensus. over the last two weeks, how many times did you and i get calls from capitol hill saying we are close, really close.
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we are going to do it. you raise expectations and you model the communications. i have to say, i think the communication strategy of the republicans on this one issue has been positively abysmal. there are a couple of people that i think really know this issue and know it well but for the most part, people are speaking in generalities or speaking in such legislative mumbo-jumbo that regular folks can't follow it. you have to get better communications and know your caucus. otherwise give it to someone who can do it. >> sean: nobody in america after eight years wants to hear that they don't care what reconciliation is, they don't know and they don't care. they don't -- nor should they care. it's very basic. our my premiums going to be lower and blind have more options for me and my family? after eight years, it's
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inexcusable. is this going to be on every bill? are they going to get the president's economic plan over the finish line? they are hurting the president and the country. it's not about him, it's more about the people. the 95000000 out of work and 50 million in poverty and on food stamps. when are we going to help those people? >> it gives the democrats and the issue they should never have had. obamacare was a major winner in this campaign for donald trump. he campaigned coast-to-coast on the borders trade, obamacare, taxes. that was one of the big things in every critical state. the fact that the republicans cannot get their act together on capitol hill on this speaks volumes about them. it does not in my mind speak ill about what the white house tried to do. i guess you could go back and question their tactics as well but this is a legislative
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matter. obamacare has to go. we all know that. why are we still at this point? you just gave the democrats a big, fat bat to hit you over the head going into the midterm election cycle. are we going to move to 300 days soon? 400 days? do they need a super majority, sean? they need that in the house and senate to get anything done. >> sean: if it wasn't so sad, it's funny. laura, i have to go. as always, thank you for being with us. coming up, president trump slams democrats over the possibility of a government shutdown. lou dobbs is here next. and also, watch this... >> the ego here -- i love it. simeon, like a monkey banging on a stick. i'm the biggest! pounding his chest. >> sean: chris matthews and the old radical left liberals
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these democrats also part of the border wall. how did now we become xena popes and they are the precious wonderful inclusive party? >> it has something to do with who is president, don't you? the number of democrats who supported and were paying attention to the national sovereignty just ten years ago, in 2009 or 2010, those people are gone. the schumer's, the acolytes and they have been clowns. what i can't understand is why anyone takes the left seriously in this country. i really think the president is in a very good place. he has done more than any president in the last test in recent history. in the last half-century. in the first 90 days of his presidency. to sit here and watch -- laura,
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bless her heart, she is trying to be nice to paul ryan. as you know, i have never worked very hard to be. i think it's absolutely a disaster. he has become nothing less than a caricature. he is inept. if they don't get rid of him, we are going watch this nonsense go on in perpetuity. >> sean: lou, what is so frustrating, i know you have called for the speaker to step down. what is so frustrating is the opportunity that is presented to the country before us. tivoli institute change. i won't put up the list tonight but all the compliments accompf the president, he's done a really good job. >> he's pretty close to perfect, sean. >> sean: this guy knows what he is doing. >> he worked his tail off, still is. national security and all the challenges that aren't on the
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trump agenda, it's truly remarkable what he is doing. the credit that he has not receiving for what he has done. i think he is in a good place and i am inferring from watching him just in the last few days, he is no longer -- he is perfectly willing, if the house is so reticent to do the people's business, let that fall on the heads of paul ryan and his leadership team. because they are absolutely deserving of accountability and blame. >> sean: do you worry about -- maybe this is an artificial timeline but i know the media says the first 100 days, he got them through. do you worry about a timeline or window of opportunity that may close for the republicans because then we get back into an election cycle? i would think the republicans have some confidence, it looks good for them in 2018.
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>> correct. i really believe that if paul ryan loses the house, that is on him. that's on this leadership team. president trump will be president for eight years, god willing. the electorate will assure that. paul ryan -- his fate is in the wind. mitch mcconnell has delivered on what the president has asked. they have delivered. you talk about republicans, i do as well. every night on my broadcast. when we talk about republicans, it is a coalition. it is not at loose as the coalition that makes up the democratic party but it is a coalition. paul ryan is not a conservative and has never has been. his leadership team is a mixed bag of conservatives, moderates. the freedom caucus are traditional conservatives and great americans.
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>> sean: i agree. here's the fascinating thing. i can report with absolute authority, the people that had the urgency and were working behind the scenes, i know you know this -- i tell you all my secrets -- you know how hard guys like mark meadows and jim jordan and all those freedom caucus guys, when the bill didn't get voted on that friday, they started that next saturday to try to help the president to get this over the finish line. they compromised. they worked with the varying coalitions within the republicans. the tuesday group come in the study group, the drinking on saturday night group. we have a bill. and it's still not getting over the finish line tonight. >> it's frustrating for you and for me. mark meadows you and i both know him, and jim jordan, -- the great republicans they are.
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i mean, they would be terrific in that role. talking with jim jordan tonight on my show, he is working hard to compromise. he is not asking for a full vote. he's accommodating the interest of the president and even the moderates within the house to move forward for the good of the country and to make sure people -- is it good for the people? are we reducing health care costs, improving health care, is the president insisted? are we doing something special here and the answer is we are not because the leadership of the house simply will not give way to the agenda. donald trump receives 60 million votes in 2016. at the polls. and paul ryan received 230,000. and ryan is talking about an agenda that he was elected on.
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>> sean: he also -- he says the president is a racist. he would be seen with him during the election, he says to me that he supports his agenda but you know something, lou? the people in this country, it shocked the world by voting for donald trump, do you really want to change direction? i think the president has checked off every agenda item he can that he can do on his own. these guys have wanted this power. 2010, give it us the house. 2014. still, it's almost like impotence. they are incapable of getting this over the finish line. the president can't do this on his own. we have 40 branches of government here. >> you are right, but he has immense power. he could do much. what he is already doing with executive orders, there was a time when i would've said it rain in the presidency.
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let's be very clear here. he is a hired man of the chamber of commerce. he is emblematic. he is antiestablishment. >> sean: lou. 95 million americans are out of the labor force. 50 million in poverty. at 50 million on food stamps. how about they work for the american people? my patience is running thin. >> many people in the house are doing just that. it's unfortunate that the g.o.p. leadership team is not. >> sean: i hope they are listening because my patience is running thin. up next, right here, tonight on "hannity"... >> the ego here -- i love it. it is almost simian, like a monkey banging on a stick. i'm the biggest! pounding his chest. >> sean: the alt radical destroyed trump media continues
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to stoop to new lows in their attacks against the president. we will get reaction from mercedes slap and geraldo rivera and also tonight... >> and thought an awful lot about blowing up the white hous white house. >> sean: an update, liberal snowflakes at it again. they have not been handling the presidency well, we have some low lights from the president's first 100 days and you don't want to miss this. we will get reaction. straight ahead. i accept i don't race down the slopes like i used to. i even accept i have a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem. but whatever trail i take, i go for my best. so if there's something better than warfarin, i'll go for that too. eliquis. eliquis reduced the risk of stroke better than warfarin, plus had less major bleeding than warfarin. eliquis had both. don't stop taking eliquis unless your doctor tells you to,
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." everyday we see more and more examples of hate from the left, directed at republicans. they seem to be running out of comparisons for trump and running out of words and derogatory terms. earlier today, nancy pelosi compared the president to a vampire. it's pretty desperate but watch it. >> i'm trying really hard to find something positive. i wonder about -- i was thinking it was more of a creature that stocked the night, that these things just came out at night like a vampire. that is tweeting these things but not spreads to the morning. >> sean: chris matthews is
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back, saying president trump is like a monkey banging a stick. a while >> the ego here -- i love it. it is simeon almost. i'm the biggest, i am the biggest. it does have a simeon quality to it. primordial i should say. >> sean: joining us now with reaction, mercedes schlapp and geraldo rivera. geraldo, i will be fair here. i don't think anyone was tougher about barack obama's radical associations, his ideology, frank marshall davis, bill ayres, the whole list. maybe the table so i am wrong. i don't remember ever being that vicious and personal. >> well, sean, we have selective memories. i'm not suggesting -- >> sean: you are attacking me. you are supposed to be my
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friend. >> i love you and i love the president but the reality is, he is at historic lows for this period of his presidency since polling was invented. he transcends them. when you are unpopular, you become unpopular because of missteps with obamacare or the refugee band or whatever it is, you allow someone like chris matthews to strike and make obscene comparisons like this monkey with the symbol. it is horrible. >> sean: let me ask mercedes. >> he is best when he is measured, the way he was with the syrian crisis, with the moe be in afghanistan. this president can be a successful president and not the legs out from all these critics
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but have to be careful. >> sean: mercedes, i would argue he did not fail on the refugee -- that was a liberal court. same with immigration. as i was talking about with lou dobbs, that was the houses fault. i say one other thing. if you look at the polls, i he won the popular vote and 98% of the people that voted for him are happy with him and would vote for him again. >> the liberals are becoming experts in name-calling. i have to say, i disagree with geraldo. the president could have had a flawless 100 days. he could have done everything right. but the democrats will never accept him as president. they are determined to destroy this president and ensure that this resistance movement lives on for a long time. they have no desire to cooperate or to help this president succeed. let me tell you, by not cooperating with the president, that means that they are going against america.
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they are going against our country. we know that the american voters, the mandate is, for president trump to govern and function and when you look at the polling, american voters for the most part -- the vast majority of saying democrats should work with republicans and the president to move forward on this legislative agenda. i'm sorry, the democrats -- even if you would have succeeded on anything, they are going to be incredibly critical of the president because they don't accept him as their commander-in-chief. >> sean: geraldo. >> i think that's true, democrats do not accept president trump and that is tragic and unfortunate. but the president started out. we were in washington together, sean. inauguration day. his speech -- let's get together and get stuff done and get health care for every american. no, his speech was we are here, we are going to do this.
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you are creeps. >> no, he was calling out the political class and calling out the elites. they've not had significant change here in washington, d.c., where they listen to special interests and not the american people. president trump goes for the american people. >> was it a speech designed to reach the american people or the people who voted for him? >> sean: geraldo, real quick question. do you think there is anything he can do or say that is going to get either the democrats in the house or senate -- they would not even give him an up or down vote when republicans give it to sonia sotomayor or ruth bader ginsburg. will they ever say a nice thing about him or support him or legislation? i don't think so. >> you should be in stephen
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bannon's people. we would advise him to chill and put rex tillerson forward and these great people forward. show that he has an experience, a deep bench and team, pro-american. we are going to get things going again. accentuate the positive. he's doing it at times. i like what he is doing with north korea right now. very measured with mexico and canada. we can get it done but we have to overcome his own excesses. >> sean: mercedes. >> i hate to say it but when we look at the democrats, from the beginning calling for possible impeachment, the fact that they believe there is collusion with russia and the fact that they are determined to take down this president -- this is not about president trump. he is focused on his agenda and moving forward. the democrats are there to stop his agenda and doing everything they can to do so. that liberal media -- they are part of that resistance movement
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and i think it's incredibly harmful for america. our country, where we need to push forward for economic and national security. >> sean: the country's craving solutions because we have very severe problems and many americans are suffering in large part because of that. i love you both. good to see you. thanks for being with us. up next, tonight, right here on "hannity." >> i am a nasty woman. >> sean: all right, the ultimate radical left has been losing their mind since president trump took office. we will show you the out-of-control low lights from the president's first 100 days. straight ahead.
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity," it will be president trump's 100th day in office and from the very first moment he was sworn in as commander-in-chief, the alt radical left destroy trump media and everybody else on the left never really gave the president a chance and literally have been out in full force, trying to
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destroy his presidency and delegitimize him. this is only a small, tiny, itsy-bitsy sampling of the left-wing madness. watch. >> i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. >> i am a nasty woman. i am not as nasty as a man who looks like ebay youths and chito dust. i am not as nasty as your own daughter being your favorite sex symbol. >> show us your [bleep] taxes, you emotional child. >> i will fight every day until he is impeached. impeached 45! >> a liar, a cheat. a liar, a cheat. >> there is a con man in the oval office with deep ties to organize crime, who lights bombs
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and may be a russian asset. >> sean: joining us now with reaction, charlie and rick. rick, i don't even know what to say. i could spend an entire hour on just one tape. liberal lunacy. or trump derangement syndrome. it is poisonous and destructive to getting things done for people in this country. your thoughts? >> i think it's perfectly clear, i talked to so many people who didn't vote for trump and they are embarrassed by what is happening on the left. i don't know what's going on in washington but the rest of us see exactly the meltdown on the left. write up the road here from where i am, in berkeley, we don't have the ability on a college campus, a great school
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like berkeley can't even have students listen to alternative viewpoints. the intolerance from the left hasn't really been exposed. i am actually quite encouraged -- i think you look at donald trump's first 100 days and he accomplished some things that affect every single american, every day for the next 25 years. and that is putting a supreme court justice nominated and confirmed. and getting him through. that's an accomplishment. and look at just dialing back on the foreign policy of the last eight years. we are not leading from behind anymore. i will take all of that any day. i think this has been wildly successful. >> sean: that is one of the biggest surprises. at the saudi crown prince, the egyptian president, the great relationship -- they hit it off with the president of china. charlie, think back -- you and i
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were kind of beaten up a little bit by some of our fellow conservatives that thought we were nuts and trump is never going to build a wall or do these tax cuts were put an originalist on the court. i am so over i told you so but we kind of told them. >> indeed. everything that we heard about donald trump during the campaign and of the predictions that he would fail here and they are, course ric is exactly right. but the victory we will benefit from for decades going forward. just something to think about. if donald trump the candidate had made the campaign promise that just by being elected i will reduce illegal border crossings by 70%, he would have been laughed out of the campaign. they would have doubled down on everything they said about him. and yet here we are, congress is not allowed to build 1 inch of
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the wall that he wants to build and illegal border crossing is down 70%. that is a massive, massive victory. second only to the nomination of neil gorsuch. >> sean: are either one of you sick of winning yet? [laughter] >> he hasn't even accomplished some of the big things. >> sean: the funniest thing about trump that i love the most, he had these town halls, the media is in the back -- all you people out there, the liars, we've never seen anything like this. people don't get it. he is actually very funny. >> taking on political correctness, which has dominated politics for the last 20-30-40 years in washington, he has taken out and crushed it. >> sean: last word, charlie. >> i've been a lifelong
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republican. i've waited for the day to have a republican president who not only is looking to make american strong but have less government but is also fighting for the common man. >> sean: very well said. and they need that fight. when we come back, our question of the day and some of your "hannity" voice mails on the "hannity" hotline. t aisle for the allergy relief that starts working in as little as 30 minutes and contains the best oral decongestant. live claritin clear, with claritin-d. "how to win at business." step one: point decisively with the arm of your glasses. abracadabra. the stage is yours. step two: choose la quinta. the only hotel where you can redeem loyalty points for a free night-instantly and win at business.
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♪ >> sean: time for the question of the day. do you think the left is trying to silence conservatives? i think so. here are some of your voice mails you left me on the "hannity hotline" ."
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>> sean: i really needed that. have something to say? nice, mean, it doesn't matter. call the number on your screen. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. thanks for being with us. ♪ >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." america, the country, is as divided as has been and 150 years, since the civil war. right and left loved an entirely different countries in many ways, rarely encounter one another personally. they live in different cities, read different books, have different hobbies.ve they even eat different foods increasingly. at the political level, state and local d governments don't jt enact federal policy, they actively defy it. eight states totally ignore the federal ban on marijuana, leading citizens grow and use it with impunity.

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