>> jesse: food court today? there were cupcakes or doughnuts in the other room? >> kimberly: he wanted to do the rose. >> dana: update your game next week, k.g. >> jesse: never miss an episode of "the five." comey "hannity" is up next. >> sean: welcome to "hannity." at fox news alert. president trump comes out swinging and hard and absolutely hammers james comey calling him a liar and blasting democrats and the district or media -- take a look at the president from earlier today. >> no collusion. no obstruction. he is a leaker. yesterday, he showed no collusion or obstruction. we are doing really well. that was an excuse by the democrats. james comey confirmed a lot of what i said. and just saying things that
weren't true. can i take one of the killer networks that treat me so badly as big news? >> reporter: did he ask for a pledge of loyalty from you? >> no, he did not. >> reporter: would you be willing to give your version under oath? >> 100%. >> sean: jay sekulow, anthony scaramucci, geraldo rivera, larry elder, lou dobbs, dr. gina loudon, turning out to be dead wrong about the trump russia collusion and their conspiracy theories. they have to admit, they have been lying to you, the american people. >> the assumption of the president is that somewhere along the lines in the last year, the president had something to do with colluding with the russians. a helping hand, encouraging them and feeding their desire to effect the election in some way. some conversation he had with michael flynn or paul manna for it. and what came apart this morning
was that theory. >> sean: we will have much more on the massive media credibility crisis but first, former fbi director j. edgar comey has been exposed for what he really is. a snake who has slithered his way to washington, d.c., and the swamp for decades. that is tonight important opening monologue. that is what we learned from his testimony, he has a cunning calculated, manipulated and self-serving political operative who is out for revenge after getting fired by president trump for his graceful behavior as the head of the fbi. we will lay out comey's possible criminal conduct and at the many double standards. i have to testify under oath that the president and members of the trump administration never asked him to stop the russian investigation. james comey still claimed an alleged conversation with president trump about lieutenant general michael flynn left him so troubled.
which prompted democrat dianne feinstein to ask this very important question. >> why didn't you stop and say mr. president, this is wrong? i cannot discuss this with you? >> great question. ab if i were stronger, i would have. i was so stunned by the conversation that i just took it in. >> sean: may be if he was stronger he would have said no? that is just pathetic. what a pathetic excuse. did anyone actually believe that? keep in mind, comey and his allies in the d.c. swamp have created an image as a champion of justice and beacon of truth. that explanation from comey proves everything that you've been told about him is a farce. the guy plays politics better than most politicians in d.c. and here's another thing, if he was so concerned about the
president and told attorney general jeff sessions he didn't want to be left alone in the room with him, why did comey take the president's calls after this happened? by not coming forward, putting the log right up on the side of the screen, james comey as we have been telling you, may have violated 18 u.s. code fortune. any of what he claimed happened was wrong, he has a legal obligation to immediately speak up. but he did not. then there is a stunning admission from comey that he gave his ♪ ♪ to a friend to actually leak to "the new york times" ." this is breathtaking. watch this. >> did you show copies of your memo to anyone outside of the department of justice? >> yes. >> to whom did you show copies? >> i asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with the reporters. i didn't do it myself for a variety of reasons but i thought
that might prompt the appointment of the special counsel. i asked a close friend of mine to do that. >> was that mr. whitted? >> no. >> a good friend of mine who is a professor at columbia law school. >> sean: he admitted he is now intentionally leaking information because he wants, he thinks, they need a special counsel. which happens to be led by his longtime friend, bob mueller. he was so quick to leak that information. was he behind any of the other leaks of the deep state that were meant to selectively pick and damage president trump? that's incredibly troubling and it could also be a crime. look at this very important part of the property of records.
now, if those memos were classified -- with several top legal experts are saying they were, comey may have violated that law. he created those memos on government computers, making it the property of the united states government. not j. edgar comey. on top of all of that, their nondisclosures. fbi rules that comey also could be in violation of. finally, comey may have lied under oath about the hillary clinton email investigation. take a look at what he said under oath back in july of 2016. this is important. >> we did not find evidence to
indicate there was an erasure to conceal things of any sort. we did not find any evidence of evil intent or intent to obstruct justice they are. >> sean: no intend, the email server and a bathroom closet of a mom and pop shop with top secret special access program? really? no intent? seriously? to mishandle classified information? no intent by destroying 30 plus thousand emails? comey testifies again that there wasn't any attempt -- yesterday, he said something entirely different. watch this. >> the clinton campaign was using all kinds of euphemisms, security review, matters, things like that what was going on. we were getting to a place where the attorney general and i will both going to testify and talk publicly and i wanted to know if she was going to authorize that we had an investigation. she said yes, but don't call it that. call it a matter.
i said why would i do that? and she said just call it a matter. >> sean: just call it a matter? so it looks like comey may have committed perjury on top of everything else. we will have much more on all of this with our legal panel in just a few minutes. comey's revelation about lynch is just one of his many massive double standards. he kept quiet about former obama attorney general loretta lynch trying to influence his investigation into hillary clinton. which is the very definition itself of obstruction. but now he's trying to destroy president trump for allegedly saying i hope you can let flynn go? it was pointed out yesterday, saying i hope never led to an indictment on obstruction of justice on everybody. the loretta lynch situation is far worse. why didn't comey come forward earlier? what was he trying to protect
hillary clinton and the obama administration? >> this investigation is full of leaks left and right. we've learned more from the newspapers than our open hearing sometimes. of all the things in this investigation, the only thing that has never been leaked is the fact that the president was not personally under investigation -- the we have known that for weeks -- go to >> sean: the only thing. anyway, comey had told the president three times he wasn't under investigation so, why couldn't comey have let you, the american people, no not truth? instead, comey sat by and watched democrats and the destroy trump propaganda media endlessly push and advance their black helicopter tinfoil hat conspiracy theories about russian collusion with trump and the campaign. which we have now found out is completely untrue. comey let this liberal, insane feeding frenzy spiral out of
control for months. but if you remember back in june of last year, he felt compelled to clear hillary clinton of wrongdoing despite the fact that she had top secret -- that's right, top secret -- special access program classified information on that email server. we can't forget that up to five foreign government agencies hacked into that server. and likely have everything on that server. comey doesn't care about the constitution as i've been telling you. he doesn't care about equal justice under the law. and he proved that by not doing anything about hillary's emails. obvious felonies were committed in this case. of course, he didn't investigate the clinton foundation. uranium one deal. at 20% of america's uranium are in the hands of vladimir putin and the clinton foundation got millions from people associated with that deal. here's the bottom line.
james comey is a skilled political operative who navigated his way to the top of the deep state by doing whateves necessary. that's why i gave him the new name: j. edgar comey. jay sekulow, the founder of skybridge capital, anthony scaramucci and gregg jarrett. let's start with you and let's go over these issues in terms of the legality. u.s. code 4. 641. >> yep. gregg has done a great job on reporting on 18 u.s. code for 4. he had an obligation to go to the defense of the department of justice to at least have a file open and report this. if you don't do it, it's a
crime. obviously he did not think it was obstruction of justice. number two, let's look at what took place here. the director of the federal bureau of investigation has a meeting with the president of the united states. he takes notes from those meetings and does not release them to anyone at that time. he puts them in the drawer in his office. he does this in his fbi vehicle on an fbi computer. and it saves it. puts it in the drawer. it is going to save it for late later. he gets terminated. left and right, we are calling for his termination. we were in the middle of the election. what he did with outrageous. take it a step further. he sensed the memo to a friend of his who was a consultant to the department of justice. to leak it to "the new york times." he said he did that because on the friday -- the president said you better be careful, you better be careful what you say. talk about the tapes. all of that. the contents of that memo, the
substance of it was already reported in in "the new york times." he goes under oath and says i did this to get a special counsel. by the way, it's impaneled the next day. >> sean: outrageous. >> it's more than outrageous. it's a crime. then he shared this information. could you imagine if an fbi agent did a three oh two, the form that no one has seen but if he leaked it to "the new york times" customer they would go to jail. >> sean: you are 100% right. gregg, jay, you're both right and have done great work here. you agree with jay's analysis, is it that serious and do you think something will happen as it relates to the comey and the law here? >> comey said these are his personal documents. no, they are not. they are government property. read the federal records act. the privacy act.
which is actually published on the fbi web site. and you, importantly, you put on the screen code 641. it's a crime to convert government property and convey it to somebody else. that's punishable by ten years behind bars. i think comey is actually looking at serious legal jeopardy here himself. in addition to that, he signed a nondisclosure agreement that said "i will not disclose records or raw data." well, he did precisely that. at the end of the disclosure agreement, it says if you break this contract, you could be sued for money damages and surely they should do that. and you could be criminally prosecuted and that doesn't matter that he's been fired and is no longer the director. >> sean: 18 u.s. code 641.
18 u.s. code 4. let's go to a different issue as it relates to this. this to me is now the biggest opportunity for the president to clean out every obama holdover. all of these deep state leakers. i have great faith in the intelligence community. we need that tool to fight back isis and iran and china and russia. very key. but for those that have been abusing and using it as a political weapon -- they all have to be weeded out and they need to be gone sooner than later. some of the them prosecuted. >> i think it was damaging but what i am worried about is when you listen to the testimony, you can clearly see why the president felt vindicated by the testimony but then minutes after the testimony, the mainstream media drops this cloud and fog around the situation. the front page of "the new york times" was the
most disturbing. it was totally disconnected, sean. from what actually happened in the testimony. >> sean: did you actually read that, anthony? >> i glanced at it in the gym, sean. i had a little bit of vomit in my mouth. >> sean: [laughs] >> these guys surround the narrative and they try to change it on the president. this is something he is adjustably upset about. >> sean: harsh words for the fbi director james comey. he said he would be willing to speak to give his version of events. we will have more with jay sekulow, anthony scaramucci, and gregg jarrett. that's coming up after the break. and also on this busy friday breaking news night... >> many, many stories poorly based on classified information about lots of stuff but especially about russia that are just dead wrong. >> sean: geraldo rivera will weigh in on james comey crushing whatever credibility the media
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just weren't true. >> reporter: did he ask for a pledge of loyalty from you? >> no, he did not. >> reporter: would you be willing to speak under oath to give your version? >> 100%. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." the president hitting back hard against james comey's testimony. back with us with reaction, jay sekulow, anthony scaramucci and gregg jarrett. never under investigation. no obstruction. comey is the leaker. then he goes on and says when i go to one of these fake news guys in the news media and then he said i never asked for a pledge of loyalty. i never met this guy. the gospel truth since comey started in his angry, vindictive way because he's a fired, disgruntled employee. >> sean, this is the complete collapse of james comey and the comey narrative about this case.
there's no case there. when you have people like chris matthews and respected people saying there may be a violation of law, it should be james comey -- look at the response. to dianne feinstein, when she asked the question correctly, -- maybe if i was to stronger, i d have. it's ridiculous. >> sean: if you gave me that answer, you would never be back on the show. so pathetic. >> all of this is a distraction. >> sean: i agree. the president addressed that today. 80% of his time has been used for this. gregg, what is your take on this in particular? >> somebody ought to get this guy an x-ray and make sure this guy has got a spine. he came across as wendy whiner. i was scared.
a cowardly answer. the cowardly lion. the american thinker actually called him a 6'8" pajama boy. a snowflake. that's not far from the truth. i mean this quite sincerely. every time he opens his mouth, he contorts the law. he absolutely mangles it. i seriously wonder how this guy ever managed to pass the bar exam. he pointed out that hillary clinton case in which he said he wasn't going to prosecute her because she didn't intend to break the law. my goodness. that is not the legal standard. legal standard is -- did you intend to commit acts that broke the law? and she did. >> sean: just put it in a private server and i just happened to delete 30,000 of them. anthony, the question that was most shouted in the rose garden today was what about the tapes?
he said well, i will tell you in the very near future. a lot of you are going to be disappointed in my answer. my interpretation is he put out the suggestion, in comey's mind, don't lie. i don't think there are any tapes. thoughts. >> they consist really underestimate about our president is how quick he is on his feet and strategic thinking. the next move, sean, is to clean this out. i think he tried at the washington way for at least the first four or five months. he will say we tried at the washington way. it did not work. we are now going to try at the donald j. trump way. i think you will see very positive results and a lot of effective change coming from the president over the next two or three months. >> sean: guys, you have all been amazing. analysis people cannot get anywhere else because the media is so corrupt.
they colluded with hillary. thank you. when we come back on this busy friday news breaking night on "hannity"... >> there have been many, many stories partly based on classified information about lots of stuff but especially about russia that are just dead wrong. >> sean: one thing j. edgar comey did do is he crossed whatever credibility of the media has left yesterday when he declared they get stories wrong often. geraldo rivera joins me next and lou dobbs and much more, straightt ahead. of doctors and pharmacists for their own frequent heartburn. for all day and all night protection... banish the burn... with nexium 24hr. safety isn't a list of boxes to check. it's taking the best technologies out there and adapting them to work for you. the ultrasound that can see inside patients, can also detect early signs of corrosion at our refineries. high-tech military cameras that see through walls, can inspect our pipelines to prevent leaks.
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created an agreement creating 40 zones. a day before the special election, the montana congressman has also agreed to give $50,000 to the committee to protect journalists. i am jackie ibanez, now back to "hannity." for all of your headlines, log on to foxnews.com. have a great night. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." in a shocking turn of events, one of the biggest losers from yesterday's much-anticipated comey testimony was the destroyed trunk propaganda media. we will break down just how james comey humiliated the mainstream press and how they are facing a massive credibility crisis in tonight's mini monologue. yesterday, the former fbi director james comey, j. edgar comey, told the senate intel
committee that many of the russian collusion stories in the media are just dead wrong. watch this. >> there have been many, many stories partly based on classified information about lots of stuff but especially about russia that are just dead wrong. the challenge and i am not picking on reporters is the people talking about it often don't really know what's going on. >> sean: even mr. throw up his like chris matthews came to this stunning conclusion. i was even shocked. look. >> the assumption assumption oe president's critics are that the president had something to do with colluding with the russians. a helping hand, encouraging them and feeding their desires. some role they played, some conversation he had with michael flynn or paul manafort but was came apart this morning was that theory -- -- >> sean: the black helicopter crowd, the tinfoil hat russia
conspiracy theories, the destroy-trump-media has now come apart at the seams. they have been lying to you, the american people. msnbc was not the only outlet having to backtrack. the hill is reporting that cnn issues correction after comey's statement contradicts their reporting. even abc was forced to update a story following comey's remarks and then of course, the so-called paper record, "the new york times" were singled out for being flat out wrong. i would argue again. take a look. >> that report by "the new york times" is not true. is that a fair statement? >> in the main, it was not true. they published a story, the headline of which was repeated contacts with russian intelligence. you were asked earlier if that was an inaccurate story and you said in the main. would it be fair to characterize
that story is almost entirely wrong? >> yes. >> sean: "the new york times" or gifts for are desperately trying to save face and tweeted... later, publishing a full article titled comey disputes "new york times" article about russian investigation. where they tepidly stood by their reporting and ultimately wondered why comey rebuked their coverage. we won't be holding our breath. or a full retraction or apology. despite some widespread embarrassment in the destroy-trump-media, do think we can ever expect them to stop spreading their fake news? in other words, land the black helicopters and get back to reality? or will the crisis continue to grow? joining us now, "geraldo at large." this is a personal thing for me. i don't think the media vetted
obama like i did. never gave the full record of obama and now this ten month witch hunt. are barely, barely wanting to acknowledge how long they have been. >> sean, the media tends to slant left. they tend to be liberal. that's part of the landscape of the american pop culture. that's the way it is. but this is different than that. this is a mean spirited -- almost a hatred that comes from trump's surprised election. the official having contact with the trump campaign aides is a gigantic story. do you remember when it hit the front page. the trump personnel in the kgb, in moscow. they put them right with the prime operators of the anti-american -- it really was a very unsavory scene.
it was a huge story. and guess what? it was not correct. the story was wrong. almost entirely wrong is the way senator cotton asked and james comey responded. this is a very big deal. an ideological slant. this is a vindictive effort to kill this president or this presidency and a lack of the kind of professionalism that it takes to apologize when you are wrong. >> sean: here is the thing. they are so often wrong, geraldo. they were wrong on obama. hillary. they never did their due diligence on emails and the uranium one deal. they never did their due diligence, they never thought trump could win. they were also wrong on the zimmerman case. trayvon martin. ferguson reporting. baltimore. they have been wrong so often to
advance their political agenda. i'm not looking for props being right but if i get one little itsy-bitsy thing wrong, geraldo, they are ready to get all out wanting to fire me >> i got your back all the way. you know that. this is talking about people's backs. trump has a bull's-eye on his back this big. every day this man wakes up knowing he has 20 of the best reporters in "the washington post" newsroom waking up saying how my going to screw the president today? how my going to get the president today? it turns out, look at where we are right now. this is the only network that is really slowing people down and saying where are we with this? what did they have? they have general michael flynn, the national security advisor who apparently lied to the vice president and others. he's in deep doo-doo. not because of what he may have
done with the russians but because he lied about any contact he had. when you go beyond that, what else is there? any evidence. the answer is no, there's no evidence of collusion. >> sean: geraldo, thank you. great analysis. let me come back on this busy breaking friday news night, tonight on "hannity"... >> a democrat looking for the smoking gun behind us. you didn't get it. >> sean: even the destroy-trump-media are begrudgingly now having to admit the russian collusion narrative they have been advancing for ten months actually came apart after comey's testimony. they are still going after the president with a vengeance. the rnc chair, ronna romney mcdaniel and also tonight... >> he's a leaguer and frankly, s comey confirmed a lot of what i said. and some of the things he said just weren't true.
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months about so-called trump-russia collusion and their theories. that is not stopping the destroy-trump-media from going after the commander in chief. take a look at this. >> the president trying to stop an ongoing criminal fbi investigation is textbook obstruction of justice. >> classic obstruction of justice in the mold of watergat watergate. >> democrats looking for the smoking gun, you didn't get it. atmospheric light, big picture, this is still a horrendous day for this president. >> he refuses to accept the limited powers of his office. presidents are not dictators. you are not zimbabwe. >> sean: textbook not obstruction of justice. not at all. they are lying to you. joining us now, rnc chairwoman, ronna romney mcdaniel and dr. gina lowden loudon.
it's the person or persons that james comey protected, like hillary, if we have any felonies. >> no obstruction of justice that was proven yesterday. listen, the only group that is less self-aware than hillary clinton is the media. it continues to throw story and story after another that's not true. that's against the president. all through the campaign when he was candidate trump. now they are doing it as the president and underestimating the american voter. we see through it. we recognize that this president is fighting for the american person. for jobs and wages and better health care and national security. the media can continue to be and lack self awareness and continue to lie and be dishonest but middle america knows the president is fighting for them. >> sean: we saw the poll, 60%
of americans don't trust the media. great to see you, by the way. one of the more important aspects here -- they were so not prepared for him winning. i think the president was right today. this whole russia thing is because he won and they lost and they need excuses. it may will tap in to your psychological mind here and your expertise. this is beyond derangement syndrome. this is an obsession. waking up, how can we destroy the president? >> an entire cultural psychosis. i've never seen anything like it. i've never seen anything -- this is how horrendous things happened in history. they believe their own lives and they are willing to lie upon my just to continue to confirmed the lies. the media's approval rating,
hello? it's far lower than it has been. >> sean: ten months, they have been advancing lies. when i do something wrong, i feel guilty and terrible. they just keep going on with their lying. they don't correct. they don't try to make it right. >> a circus side show, sean. this president is head down. keeping his promises to the american people. it talking about the things that matter, to the people in mid-america. he's going to continue to do that. it's a good darn thing that this man has been an executive his entire life. he knows how to focus despite the storms going on around him. he's chilling, relaxing, having a good time. having a great weekend. >> sean: no wonder they want to destroy on the left, ronna, for the 2018 and 2020 elections. we are the only ones left
telling the truth to the american people. they just lie with regularity. >> we need to. there's no fairness out there. no balance in the media. i was watching a beta show last night. they had nine crew to bidders all democrats. all left leaning. had one republican guest. i'm from michigan. we see it. we know it. at the american people are smarter than you are giving us credit for. that's why president trump won. it's unfortunate we have a media that refuses to report the facts. >> sean: i promised this audience, just wait. we are going to expose all of this -- every person that has lied to you, we will show you and remind you. ronna, thank you. dr. loudon, thank you. coming up on this busy breaking news night tonight on "hannity"... >> no collusion.
no obstruction. he is a leaguer. frankly, james comey confirmed a lot of what i said. and some of the things he said just weren't true. >> sean: the president hammering the former fbi director over senate testimony. lou dobbs is here with reaction and much more, straight ahead.4. or visit my24info.com.
>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." earlier today during a press conference with the president of romania, the president slammed the fired, disgruntled former fbi director >> yesterday showed no collusion, no obstruction. we are doing really well. that was an excuse by the democrats, frankly, james comey confirmed a lot of what i said. and some of the things he said just weren't true. >> reporter: wouldn't you be willing to speak under oath to give your version? >> 100%. >> sean: joining me now with reaction, lou dobbs is with us. i've watched us and we've been talking about this. the president speculates -- my body says no, obviously he says i've got tapes. you better not live.
lou, i think comey and a lot of the things he said yesterday -- it may be in the back of his mind he was thinking there our tapes. brilliant play by trump and likely nonexistent. >> i think you are right, some falsehoods as well. the financial times -- as a result of comey's testimony, they headlined that trumps character is on trial. left wing nut job publications. this is over the. to see that happen, this much we know for a fact -- trump was never under investigation. the president did not collude. there's no evidence.
and to get intelligence agencies pursued this investigation and they were egged on by president obama, who we do know was spying. his national security apparatus was spying on the trump transition team. this is upside down and the fact that the senate intelligence committee -- with senator berger and warner pontificating -- they know well there's nothing to this. there's nothing more than a show trial. they should be ashamed and the american people should demand their heads. >> sean: so much due deference deference. and the fake news reporter, about this whole issue of yet, will you testify ? yeah, okay. by the way, this is his word versus my word. i have been consistent here and i was proven on the issue of
collusion, corruption, i was never being investigated and now comey has been exposed as a leaker. the whole loretta lynch and hillary clinton issue. i have to tell you something here, this is really important. if he's willing to testify against comey, then the legal issues earlier in the show, what do you think about that? >> that's fine except for this, sean. there should be consequences for what is happened here. the testimony of comey yesterday reveals there is no substance, no possible way for the senate intelligence committee because they've all been committed by the investigators. loretta lynch, telling him not to call the investigation into hillary clinton and investigation but a matter. he rolled over like a trained dog. if you are not already fired, he
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>> in time for our friday question of the day. do you think the president was vindicated yesterday? >> oh, big time. we want to hear from the eu on sean hannity on twitter. i saw this on twitter twitter earlier, a wholly various middle is video about the comey hearing. >> donald j-letter trump is not going to jail, ya'll, comey
wasn't talking about nothing if i'd. >> [music playing] >> it goes on a little bit longer and is on my twitter account to at @sean hannity. that is all the time we have tonight and we'll see you back here on monday at. >> tucker: good evening and . good evening and welcome to tucker carlson tonight.. president trump was watching yesterday a nd renderedd his murder that former fbi director james comey's testimony on the hill is a major victory to the administrationti side, a complee dedication. >> yesterday no showed no collusion or obstruction and was an excuse by the democrats who lost an election who some think they should not have lost and is impossiblele for the democrats o lose the electoral colleges, as you know and have two run up the whole east coast and when