>> greg: despite the attacker, the lawmakers to the field tonight at nationals stadium in d.c. more on that as well as an update on congressman steve scalise later. we have seen a lot of finger-pointing since the shooting, after preaching unity, nancy pants blames the republicans. >> do you think see this equally afflicting the left and the right customer >> somewhere in the 90s, republicans decided on the politics of personal destruction. that's what has continued. >> greg: sorry, lady, the politics of destruction started way before that. the attacks on discourse, if you
shutdown discourse, there's no stop gap between rage and violence. discourse keeps us from killing each other. knowing this, let's ask these questions. our conservatives the ones shouting people down on campus? are conservatives blockading offices and physically attacking speakers? are conservatives riding after elections? are they harassing professors for calling out racism? are they stabbing police forces? are they throwing on young wome women? this is not a right wing thing, it's a left-wing thing who perfected it for decades, seeking to subvert the west. i don't know one righty who wears a che shirt. but i remembered bill ayres. he set off bombs. the premise is simple. if they think you are evil, not just wrong, then there can be no dialogue and only violence.
there's the rub. if a person agrees with you that it's time for columnists, they aren't the problem. it's the people who embrace violence you are. i'd ask them to stop right now but i don't think they watched "the five" ." juan, nancy said it. i will start with the clintons. do you think the '70s -- it started before the vietnam war? my theory is it started with nixon and blaming him for the vietnam war and calling all those soldiers baby killers. >> juan: know, in this modern era, our politics really have have roots in that clinton impeachment and the very personal kind of attacks that came forth during that period back. i would go forward from there to the 2,000 election and the acrimony about cheating in the election and the supreme court decision. a moment of unity around 9/11
but then you go to 2004, john kerry, money against president bush. it got so personal. i think she's right about that. i just think it's also important to say nancy pelosi didn't invite this conversation. she said we shouldn't be having this conversation today. she wanted to celebrate the idea that we are family. congress people across political lines are playing in the game. >> greg: i remember the hearings, jesse, i am that old how ronald reagan was portrayed as a hitler. the radical left has always traffic in violence because they always think it's part of a revolutionary ideology. >> jesse: you made that last point last night, it's their bloodstream of what they do. i think it was bill clinton who destroyed his own presidency by making a dumb personal decision.
let's make sure we have that clear. nancy pelosi is politicizing and attack the nation attempt against her own colleagues. she didn't wait 24 hours. the guy is still at the hospital. she's pointing fingers at republicans after a democrat pointed a gun at republicans and pulled the trigger? they've almost accepted death and violence in the political discourse. when celebrities go out there and they talk about killing and assassination and blowing of the white house, no one draws the line for them. they don't know where the line is. you didn't have a thousand newspaper reporters and personalities and all this mainstream media constantly trying to destroy president obama and trying to impeach president obama. he didn't have that. right now you have an avalanche of negativity.
you don't have republican politicians going out there and saying president obama kills people and he's a killer. you have that right now against president trump. there's a real reason the left is so bloodthirsty. trump threatens their existence. if he succeeds and america first succeeds, their credibility and coalition is done. the more trump succeeds, the more violent it's going to get. >> greg: kimberly, jesse brings up what the right is always being accused of. i can't blame people for not liking the right. we are being told they roll back civil rights. they are white supremacist. sexist. guilty of treason. they sent people to death if they ever try to change medicai medicaid. if you read what the democrats on the left say about us, i would hate us too. >> kimberly: as a d.a., we
have the charging sheet. anything else we can blame them on? careless, reckless acclimate. everything. all evils or things that are wrong in the world, they say okay. you have to think, all the names they have called conservatives or republicans were people that voted -- for president trump, you are racist, sexist, anything they can think of. how did the democrats all the middle-class and working men and women that came out and voted for president trump? or are all of those people bad too? the extremist language, they all left, they might be actually offending a large number of hard-working voting americans out there who aren't spewing stuff but they are listening and hearing what's been going on. then you see this. the poor taste of judgment.
the assassination with what happened, the attempted assassination of congressman scalise. how did it get this bad? >> jesse: >> greg: dana, whethes pelosi talking to a republican about the discourse, those are the people you need to reach. it's the people you want to reach, you've lost them. nobody in anti-fa is going to listen to us. >> dana: all these conversations are being had amongst ourselves. on the ben shapiro show, he was talking about the roots of this, they go all the way back to the jfk assassination. basically, if you look at what happened from the media standpoint, once talk radio
comes into play and fox news is susceptible, we see the left get very resentful. there were successful media outlets. now, with social media, you are taking a lot of the networks in the newspaper out of the equation. most people get their news online. a lot of this, one thing it's very sad, we haven't had a lot of reporting about this, what a lot of these people like the shooter, james hodgkinson, when he's on the web sites about wanting to destroy the republican party, a lot of that content is fueled by fake news coming from russia, macedonia. people that are wholesale making up stories and trying to stoke anger and figure out a way they can make money because of the clicks. there's a whole sort of media thing that it wasn't there 60 years ago that it's building. and basically throwing fuel on the fire. >> greg: juan, can i ask you
about the golden state warriors? in terms of discourse, can they go and talk to the guy and say here is why we are mad at you? people avoid that because what if they are wrong or what if they find out he's not so bad? >> juan: i think people have a legitimate right to say i don't like your politics and your fear mongering. >> greg: then go and say it. >> juan: i think by their actions, it's being said very loudly. i look at daily politics. i see tens of millions of dollars being spent down in georgia to demonize nancy pelosi. she has become the opposite of a whipping boy -- a pinata for the right. what's the basis of this? it doesn't matter anymore. in the minds of the right wing, she is bad. they find they can raise money and generate votes. >> dana: you're talking about the special election in georgia? the democrats have spent just as
much money if not more and their polling shows theory they are n even stronger position to win. they spend all their money demonizing president trump. >> juan: they go after trump on the basis of his policies. >> kimberly: what about her policies? >> juan: that's not what they do. they go after her in terms of she's the leader, the witch. >> jesse: can i say one thing about pelosi? she was asked that question, she was given the opportunity. which side is going to take any responsibility for this violence? instead of saying -- she could have said the left gets out of control and we need to talk to them and make sure they don't do that. or she could have said it's both sides. both sides are wrong. no, she pointed the finger at republicans a day after a republican was shot by a hard-core democrat adversary. >> juan: she said this is not the day for this conversation. >> jesse: should answer the
question and had the conversation. >> juan: she was pushed. >> jesse: she didn't have to answer like that. >> juan: where you see immigrants and black lives matter called out as evil and terrible and antipolice and then someone saying who is saying these things? why is that there is violence, and then ted nugent insulting the president, talking about -- >> jesse: some of these illegal immigrants are crossing the border illegally and committing crimes and some of the black lives matter people are chanting for killing cops. >> juan: the images that came from the far right from ted nugent, carl palladino, i could go on but -- >> jesse: you don't point to a random person in the tea party. i'm talking about the officials and media. >> greg: you are suggesting what trump says or does incites
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>> i want to thank members of congress, their staff and baseball fans across the country for supporting tonight's congressional baseball game. by playing tonight, are showing the world that we will not be intimidated by threats, acts of violence, or assaults on our democracy. on a special night, and leave you with three great american words that for generations have tore down barriers, build bridges in unity and have defied those who have sought to pull us apart. ladies and gentlemen, let's play ball. >> dana: delivering a very special message on a very special night, the game is underway despite yesterday's attempted assassination of g.o.p. lawmakers preparing for the event. an update on the game and on congressman scalise's condition.
peter. >> dana, just as the 20,000 plus people were settling into their seats but before the game started, the entire stadium fell silent and everyone watched as the democratic team and republican team all headed out to second base to take a knee and pray with the house chaplain on the spot where steve scalise would have been standing tonight if he hadn't been targeted by ba gunman while practicing for tonight's game. democrats and republicans alike all rose in 42 seconds of a standing ovation, a few minutes later, an email update came from the hospital where doctors say scalise is going to be there for some time but has improved in the last 24 hours. the hospital is about five's mis and the house majority whip had a second surgery for internal injuries and with a broken bone in his leg. for the first time since
yesterday's ambush in alexandria, one of the men who helped stop the gunmen, david bailey appeared here to get to the mound at the center of the diamond before dropping one of his crutches and tossing a first pitch straight to the catcher, roberto clemente, jr.. the entire crowd erupted in some of the loudest applause you would hear. president trump went on the video board about playing today's game. his daughter, ivanka and jared kushner are here in attendance. one president trump was done talking, there was loud applause on the democratic side over on the left field bleachers and on the republican side of her on the side bleachers. >> dana: for good reason. thank you for that update. jesse, one of the things we stowed in the video was the prayer, the huddle of both teams. he said that was very moving. >> jesse: there is like that
in politics, that's historic. especially that first pitch we just saw. you get chills when you watch that. it's reminiscent of george w. bush throwing out the first pitch right after 9/11 at yankee stadium. not to that level but moments where you grip the nation. jesse owens, the olympics. i think everybody, republican or democrat can appreciate those moments that bind us together as americans. >> dana: it sounds like congressman scalise is possibly doing a little better after surgery. >> kimberly: thanks be to god. i think all the amazing prayers are helping. i'm happy for his family. i hope he continues to fight through, it is difficult you have an injury like that and the terms of the ball bullet, the damage of internal organs, they are doing what they can do to follow up and surgery, he's had
a long road ahead of him. obviously a tremendous amount of support. fantastic. this was very moving. i thought the president making the comments, that was nice ivanka and jared went. let's take this and make something incredible out of horrible violence and tragedy and take an opportunity to treat each other well. and not go back. >> dana: juan, used to live in washington, d.c. what are you hearing from people there about the mood of the cit city? anything you have heard from colleagues? >> juan: i'm not sure anybody in the country is aware of it but the star pitcher for the democrats, cedric richman. he's from louisiana. and chairman of the congressional black caucus. he's like a real baseball player. >> dana: >> jesse: uh oh.
>> juan: he and scalise know each other from the louisiana legislature. last night, this is the inside capitol hill talk, richman had time with scalise and scalise's family. i don't think people would understand this strong democrat from new orleans is friends with scalise, who is a strong republican from new orleans. >> dana: and he was unfairly attacked, on racial ground. >> juan: true. >> dana: greg, are you enjoying the game so far? >> greg: how ironic would it be if there was a baseball brawl? we are talk about unity and then there's a brush back pitch. one thing i find refreshing is -- i'm glad that scalise is
hopefully getting better but there is matt mika, in critical condition. he suffered massive trauma. he can't breathe on his own. he was shot in the chest. then there's this guy, zachary barth, he was shot in the leg and then shows up for work the next day. it makes me think... >> kimberly: how amazing is that? >> greg: the next time i think about skipping work because i have an ocular migraine, i will think of this guy, who went in after being shot. >> dana: despite yesterday's political violence, a theater group here in new york city that still putting on a play that depicts an assassination of president trump. why doesn't the left one is shut down? analysis, up ahead
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>> jesse: as we reported on monday, julius caesar, featuring the assassination of a president trump-like character. despite yesterday's assassination attempt on republicans, the play is still going on as scheduled. why in the left helping to get this shut down now that they are all of us in calling for unity? time warner says they are proud of this theater that is pulling on the trash. kathy griffin just held that blood a severed head, and who could forget the snoop dogg music video from march? greg, with the theater pulling the performance on the heels of the scalise assassination attempt be admitting to the left that may be some the stuff does
has an effect and that's why they don't want to do it? >> greg: it's weird, i differentiate between -- whether it's a dismal art or not and what i talked about before, decades of anti-west fervor. i don't want them to stop it. maybe if they took a day off, that's fine. i don't want them to stop it. i want people to go there and feel really weird and feel a bit of shame when they are there. to look at the spectacle and to feel how funny this is. if they feel a little bit of shame and maybe a little stupid and maybe this isn't that edgy, you never become less cool making fun of trump in this kind of arena. >> jesse: the arena is populated by democrats. it's a theater production. in manhattan. it's probably being seen by mostly democrats, with the
democratic media here. i think that's why they are kind of in a cocoon? >> dana: possibly, i believe they think there is honor in defiance. that makes them look courageous. again, i am for the first amendment. i went unattended. i once i wouldn't sponsor it. it's almost like time warner is making a play to help bolster their brand by being defiant. whether that works for them and if they can sleep at night, or whatever. bottom line, you might see more of this -- if you look at something ariana grande gave that concert in england, and a week later she fought back against terrorism. she returned. can we alter the play for a
night as artists? to help everybody? >> jesse: they could have done some sort of symbolism, take a night off. kimberly, "the new york times" said the response that you are seeing in some places like box, it's exaggerated outrage to get back at liberals. what do you make of that? at interpretation of that analysis? >> kimberly: is shortsighted and inaccurate. not very responsible. this has been a big progression by the media, by academia. to cast aspersions and destabilize the government and a duly elected president of the united states, the comments, the vitriol that's inciting violenc violence. it's such a horribly poor taste, just to be sensational.
there's no contemplative thoughts for decency or civility, yes, it's their first amendment right but it does mean that it's okay or that it's good. for time warner to stake a claim, they are joan thing after the msnbc people. trying to may be in some of their viewership. and grandstanding and at what cost to society? into people's lives? how many people have to be injured and attempted assassinations for people to wake up? >> jesse: we showed the kathy griffin beheading, juan. i have a list of 15 examples of celebrities here saying they want to kill president trump, some of these things i can't even read, they are so disgusting. these are high-profile celebrities. what has to happen for people to just calm down here? is it going to take another
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counsel for a possible obstruction of justice. tweeting... he also offered this reminder... famously investigated the clinton investigation and he is defending trump. >> it's too soon to tell from what i have seen, we don't know a whole lot. it's going to be investigated. so we will soon know. obstruction of justice is really a hard crime to make out. it's not just you want the investigation to go away, you suggested the investigation goes away, you have to take a really action. >> kimberly: dana, that clip from this morning defending trump saying essentially there isn't any evidence thus far of
obstruction of justice. >> dana: he would know, he was one of the most famous special counsel people. karl rove's column, he talks about having been in the site of special prosecutor. he knew on the first day that the underlying issue... okay, they are telling us the game has ended in washington, d.c. i believe the democrats prevailed in this game. >> greg: fake news! >> kimberly: >> dana: it does ny bearing on the future of congress. really great night. it was fun to be able to carry it tonight. i've never been an announcer for a baseball game but i think i might keep this as a possibilit possibility. >> greg: the happy highline. good game, good game.
>> dana: back to the topic at hand. karl rove was a target of patrick fitzgerald and so was scooter libby. even though patrick fitzgerald knew on the first day that the underlying issue, it was done by the deputy secretary of state. there were other people in washington including in the state department and they let people twist in the wind. i can understand the concern but i don't think "the washington post" story should be a cause for concern and i also think bob mueller is a guy, whose characters being attacked right now. he's not a showboat like jim comey. he's keeping his head down. you don't see him out there defending himself. i'm sure he wants to wrap this up as soon as everybody else does. >> kimberly: chassis. >> jesse: there are a lot of leaks coming out of bob mueller's investigative team. >> dana: know, the lawyers of those people.
>> jesse: perhaps. >> dana: not necessarily from their team. >> jesse: perhaps. after you see this report, you are wondering who is leaking. we don't know who's leaking. someone's talking. >> jesse: it does not reflect well on the investigation. it raises questions of impartiality. yesterday, i figure it's just the first normal step in the investigative process when you ask people which have what hap. a lot of leaks have turned out to be wrong. one week alone in may, "the washington post" had four stories that altered out to be wrong. deputy attorney general threatened to quit. director comey fired after asking for more investigative. republicans treat rape as a pre-existing condition.
it wrong. i think we just have to wait until the facts come out. >> kimberly: juan, your thoughts on this, the timing, and would you like to make a comment on the game? >> juan: i don't know much about the game. the politics and how it impacts -- i think there is a reason for jesse to say is it right or wrong for trump to question? i don't know about the witch hunt. today, vice president pence went and got his own lawyer. oh, what's the big deal? and then the vice president -- i agree, that's -- >> kimberly: that's ridiculous if he didn't. especially with what's going on. you have no idea where people are going to be, innocence isn't going to matter if they are coming after you. you have to be regardless. otherwise you have a big proble problem. gregan. >> greg: you are the only
person that calls me that. they changed their narrative at exactly the same time. that fell apart. immediately, everybody rushed to obstruction. you can't obstruct a false narrative. it can't happen. when that falls apart, we need to predict what the next charge is going to be. will he be accused of building a time machine that took them back to the '90s and he set monica lewinsky up with bill clinton? >> jesse: in a gold time machine. >> greg: may be he tricked hilary from going into the van. there is a collusion. >> kimberly: there you go. you're looking at the game there in washington, d.c., bipartisan gamesmanship in a good way. raising money for a very worthwhile charity tonight. obviously everyone thinking about congressman scalise. when "the five" returns, the father of otto warmbier, the
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>> i'm able to talk to you on otto's behalf. i am able to wear the jacket... that he wore when he gave his confession. >> juan: and emotional news conference in ohio, the father of american student otto warmbier taking questions from reporters on his son's horrific time in captivity in north korea. mr. warmbier tormented a brutal regime for terrorizing and brutalizing him, sending him back to america in an unresponsive state. fred warmbier thanked the trump administration for all it did to secure otto's release. she had some words for the previous administration. >> we received a very nice phone call from president trump who told us that secretary of state rex tillerson worked hard to help bring otto home.
we are extremely grateful for their effort and concern. do i think the past of administration could have done more? i think the results speak for themselves. >> juan: mr. warmbier described his reunion with his son an exclusive interview with tucker carlson tonight. >> being able to see otto for the first time in 18 months, it's fantastic. it's great to have him with us. i'm very proud of him. he's with his family. >> juan: if you missed at the interview, very emotional. catch it again at 11:00 p.m. eastern. what do you think about -- he seemed to indicate he thought the obama administration could have done more. >> kimberly: certainly. that's what he's saying. look at his son. the state in which his son returned. trying to get from all the reports and information's, the administration was quite forceful in using our envoy to
negotiate this and try to bring some resolution. also, the medical condition otto was in. the last thing they want is if he passed away there instead of being here. it's just horrible but what they did, what north korea did to this -- to me, that's a war crime. to do this to that young man, who is healthy. a great athlete. smart and kind. beloved by so many that knew him. put him through that torture and that abuse? if anything says kim jong un should go, it's this. >> juan: chassis, i am so glad you're here. i wanted to ask about dennis rodman. he's over there. the young man was released before rodman got there. there are other people being held. is it possible that rodman, a friend of the president, could be acting as an envoy? >> jesse: perhaps.
or this is a rodman stunt. you don't know what's going on with deadness rodman. hopefully he can get something positive. i'm not sure rodman is going to create peace. but i'm just as upset as kimberly. this is humiliating. it degrading. it dehumanizing. i'm sickened by it. i'm disgusted by the fact that north korea would send this guy back in this second state. it's disgusting. i hope the trump administration punishes north korea as severely as they possibly can. i know you can't do much in that kingdom. it's so isolated. but to parade this guy out there in this condition? and treat him like garbage like that? you can't take care of him anymore and because he's too expensive or you don't want him
to die? unbelievable. >> juan: having been inside washington, how does this now impact the difficult relationship between u.s. and north korea when it comes to nuclear weapons? >> dana: it strengthens america's hand. we have a strong hand in this anyway. other resumes holding us hostag hostage, we have americans being held in very tough prison in iran. those are deteriorating situations as well. i think the administration is on top of it. i don't want to go that far and say that the previous administration wasn't but north koreans rejected all requests until recently because i think of the worsening condition of this young man. >> juan: what you think it, greg? >> greg: is rodman going to promote something? this is just a ploy to make money and not to do anything else. he should stay there. we should let him come back. that's how i feel.
i agree with everybody here. i think this is an act of war. this is an isis execution. it was done to humiliate and hurt and it's disgusting. i don't know what the solution is. if you bound the country out of the existence over one act, do you do that? i don't know. >> jesse: you feel like you want to have that done. >> greg: obviously you can't. you might remember this -- the man pushed off the boat in his wheelchair. done as a screw you. i hate bringing this up, anyway. >> juan: more highlights from today's emotional baseball game in d.c. and jesse was cut out for in a special assignment. but you, you are going to find out where jesse is going on
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[cheers and applause] >> greg: the democrats one. won. at least they won something. >> dana: obviously the congressman, there were 20,000 people in the stands and a lot of those are congressional staffers. i started there in my career in 1995 on the hill. i love that game. i love going to it. all of you show how dedicated you are. zachary barth showing up to work the day after he was shot shows a lot of dedication. our hats are off to you as well. >> greg: we are slackers, kimberly. >> kimberly: just you. a nice dinner that the democrats hosted for the republicans ahead of time. >> juan: they raised three times as much money as that game has ever raised. great to see people come
together. and a joy in sense of human being and not always throwing punches and being balls and partisan polarized america. >> greg: never miss an episode of the a-team. "hannity" is up next. >> sean: many thanks to our friends on "the five." fox news the lord. welcome to "hannity." we are broadcasting from washington, d.c., one day after a left wing assassination attempt on republican lawmakers. we were in the stadium talking to some of those eyewitnesses. republican members of congress. we will talk about those interviews later in the show. i'm not buying this national kumbaya moment. it's not true. it's not real. it's an outright illusion. yesterday was an assassinated n attempt on republican lawmakers. watch this scene.