for our special. "hannity" is up next. kimberly is in for sean. good night, everyone, . >> kimberly: welcome to this special edition of "hannity" ." president trump versus the resistance. i am kimberly guilfoyle in for sean. president trump responding to attacks in the liberal mainstream media. the president blasted the press this weekend. >> the fake media is trying to silence us. but we will not let them. because the people know the truth. the fake media tried to stop us from going to the white house,
but i am president and they are not. >> kimberly: after that, the president sent cnn into a frenzy by tweeting this video mocking the network. productively, cnn issued a strongly worded statement slamming the president. "it's a sad day when the president of the united states encourages violence against reporters. clearly sarah huckabee sanders lied when she said the president had never done so. instead of preparing for the overseas trip, his first meeting with vladimir putin, dealing with north korea and working on health care, he's instead involved in juvenile behavior below the dignity of his office." of course cnn host, commentators, and guests had a collective freak out. >> i have to stand up to this. this kind of rhetoric, this kind of behavior is going to lead to a journalist being hurt. >> and incitement to violence. he's going to get somebody
killed in the media. maybe that will stop in. >> it's not just anti-cnn. it's anti-freedom of the press, anti-freedom of speech. >> on one level, it might be clever but on the other level it's scary. scary for cnn colleagues who have already faced threats. every other president has understood that the first amendment and freedom of the press is -- and the first amendment for a reason. media is an important thing. dictators attack the media. >> is this president trying to impersonate hugo chavez, recep ergogan, vladimir putin? this is exactly the kind of language that leaders use when they are trying to undermine the press. >> kimberly: here with common sense and reaction here is former arkansas governor mike huckabee. great to have you on the program. looking forward to talking to you about this. when this happened this weekend, cnn, the rest of the liberal media started, in my opinion,
overreacting to the tweet. what do you think? >> the amazing thing is, this is a news media that told us the shakespeare in the park where donald trump was murdered on stage, that that was just theater but somehow pro wrestling is so real they are afraid of it. this is amazing. most of the wounds the press think they are experiencing are self-inflicted. i don't know of anyone who is calling for anybody in the press to be hurt. quite frankly, i don't know of anyone who wants to hurt the press. they want to laugh at them because they hold him in contempt. what's happened is a sense that the press no longer practices journalism. they practice a very targeted, hateful attempt to destroy the legitimacy of donald trump's presidency. people in america at least be on the coast, they are not stupid. they figure this out. they are laughing at the press and saying it's not journalism that we are afraid of. it's not journalism we don't
like. that's not what we are getting in america right now. >> kimberly: fact-checking, appropriate sourcing. you bring up a great point, governor. the polling backs up what you are here to say which is the public, the america people, they do not trust journalists and the american media, mainstream media in terms of the reporting or their accuracy. seems like cnn and some of the others in the liberal media really jumped at this opportunity which most normal people thought was pretty funny. wasn't something it was trying to be taken seriously. the part that disturbed me most, and i'm going to ask you about this. as a father as well, what do you make of cnn calling your daughter sarah huckabee sanders a liar since they went out of their way to try to make a personal attack against her. >> is a dad, i'm not that fond of it. as the father of somebody who i know to be a tough, professional
she's more than capable of handling it. when the playboy reporter attacked her at the white house the other day, i thought what an incredible irony. you've got someone who works for publication that's made its entire brand on exploiting women, on airbrushing survey look differently than they really are, and he is attacking the white house and saying that they are not being honest enough. i mean, how much more irony could there be? i think my daughter is handling it well. she is strong enough to deal with it. she's a strong woman. unlike some women in the media who melt any time someone comes after them, my daughter is handling it i think quite remarkably. >> kimberly: she was articulate. she had great answers. she was able to hold her own. i think being a great representative for women and women in journalism to say this is the standard of how you conduct yourself. she was unflappable. there wasn't anything she couldn't handle and she answered
the question professionally, directly, politely. that's what we need to do. have that level of discourse. she is showing that even though they are not being respectful on the other side. she has rising up to the occasion. i thought handling herself unbelievably well. let's talk about the members of the media. do you think they are being a little bit hypocritical for being outraged over this? you bring up the point about shakespeare in the play and -- shakespeare in the park, the play, and kathy griffin. they don't seem to be up in arms over that, looking to defend that to say this is outrageous. we shouldn't have this kind of behavior that is disrespectful or dangerous to the president. yet they are upset about this purity tweet he did. >> we have been in the public eye enough to know that when read a story written about us, we know whether it is true journalism forcible reason. if we read it and we don't know whether the reporter lexus or not, that is real journalism.
if, when reading the story by yourself, you say, gosh, that guy hates me for that person without really likes me. that's not journalism. because you should not have any idea whether or not that person likes you or not. can i mention one thing? i think my daughter it is handling this well because she has three preschoolers at home. she is used to dealing with petulant children who ask the same question over and over hoping to get a different answer, the one they want. so maybe that's part of the reason she's able to stay flat-footed, look those folks in the eye, and handle it. >> kimberly: having a father has been in politics, she has that kind of experience and background to know the type of things the press will sling at you, the earpieces, hit pieces, trying to go after you, personal attacks. one of the reasons why she's used to dealing with them and understands how they behave. let's talk a little bit more about cnn. again, their outrage this week and over the presidents
wrestling tweet. but they deserved to be criticized after getting stories wrong and really unrelenting, constant negative coverage of the trump administration and trying to push a false narrative with the russian collusion story where there is not one fact to support it. >> they have pushed that story. jake tapper had to admit he held up a copy of the "national enquirer" on air the didn't exist. it was fake news. they had to fire or ask for the resignations of three of the people because of improper and unethical behavior. this is a network that's in a meltdown. has nothing to do with donald trump. it has to do with their ability to be objective. the one thing we expect from the press, report the news. let us make up our minds. you don't have to lead us. we don't need that help. we are not incapable of coming to our own conclusions per because the press is trying to spoon-feed us, remember mika brzezinski, she's going to
tell us what we ought to feel and what we are to believe. no, that's not the press' job. the freedom of the press only works when there is a responsibility of the press to be objective and when they start acting that way, they might get a little respect but right now they are about as popular as the zika virus from a mosquito. >> kimberly: absolutely. it's sad because it seems cnn is to blame, the blame lies with them wholeheartedly for this credibility crisis that they are in for the reasons you just spoke of. governor huckabee, always a par part -- always a pleasure. coming up next on the special edition of "hannity" ." >> cnn. [crowd booing] >> kimberly: president trump calling out cnn for its biased coverage.
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positive fashion. >> kimberly: that was president trump calling out cnn for its constantly one-sided coverage of the white house. in a recent harvard study, it's bolstering the president's complaint, showing 93% of cnn's coverage of president trump was negative. from january until the end of april. of course, without study doesn't show us how downright nasty and vicious the network has been towards president trump. take a look at some of the worst examples. >> is this president trying to impersonate hugo chavez, recep ergogan, vladimir putin? this is exactly the kind of language that leaders use when they are trying to undermine the press. >> it's like we are covering bad reality television. >> it's a grotesque abuse of power by the president. this is the kind of thing that goes on and nondemocracies. >> the president gets two scoops. everyone else gets one.
no word if there was pringles. >> at the dessert course, he gets two scoops of vanilla ice cream with his chocolate cream pie. instead of the single scoop for everyone else. >> he gains weight, according to sources. doesn't trust people around him. he is withdrawing, not a good picture. >> he lives within himself, which is dangerous. >> if he wants to say that. >> the only winner, the only people happy tonight are sitting in the kremlin. he is president snowflake, okay? everything he says, they are mean to me. they don't like me. i just don't understand it, and it's not fair. >> this was a white lash against a change in country, a white lash against a black president in part. >> joining us with reaction is gina loudon as well as dinesh
desousa. going to begin with you, what do you make of? the jab at the president took at cnn on twitter, the meme he put out. that's on the heels of them having to fire three reporters. now the harvard study showing how biased their stories have been over the course of time they do that analysis. >> i think cnn and much of the national media is dismayed because trump is the first republican president to strike directly back at the media. previous republicans have either ducked or tried to ignore the media. even reagan tried to go over the heads of the media. he never confronted the media with the same gladiatorial directness as trump. i think with drum, he's a culture warrior. fighting not just on the political but the cultural front. he knows how to get these guys. he's very good at it, and the
reason they are upset is not because he's ineffective. it's because he's so effective. >> kimberly: i think that's very true. doctor, what do you make of this? at cnn, van jones called him president snowflake. that is being too sensitive. doing some bizarre psychoanalysis saying he's only an angry and that's why he's doing it. they tried to deflect from the network that is failing and in a credibility crisis period >> i think where they don't realize, kimberly. i wrote about this today. i think they don't realize that every time they focus on a tweet or meme or something that got the american people's attention, they are completely vindicating this president when he says that they are fake news, when he says that this is a witch hunt. i think while they think they are sort of covering so that the democrats can continue to obstruct, obstruct, obstruct. what i think is happening is
that they are self-destructing and the president is going to see to it that he carries it through to fruition. >> kimberly: it is self-destructive behavior, that they are imploding. no matter how many times they try to go with a false narrative that has absolutely no facts or evidence behind it of russian collusion, now they're trying to go with the president is mentally unfit, he should be impeached. you have 20 lawmakers trying to get behind it. what's going on here and what's behind the cnn and msnbc biased coverage? >> what's behind it is a lot of these leftists in the media have realized that the democratic party by itself cannot pose effective resistance to trump. the leftists in culture, academia, hollywood, media say, we are going to take over. step aside, democratic party. we will deal with trauma. these are people who have not gotten over the last election. not since 1860, not since the
election of lincoln have democrats obstinately refused to accept the results of the election. they are trying to overturn it and i think this bitter battle comes down to that. >> kimberly: i think it's almost like a media coup against a sitting american president. >> yes. and trump knows how to deal with it effectively. twitter is his masterful medium. he's almost kind of a poet on twitter. when you think about twitter, it is to journalism the way haiku is to poetry. it's a condensed form of expression accompanied by pictures. trump has become a master of the genre so all the republicans say get off twitter. they couldn't be more wrong. stay on twitter. >> kimberly: dr. loudon, do you see anything mentally unfit about wanting to defend yoursel yourself? >> crazy like a fox, may be.
i think this is one of the smartest things this president or any president has ever done. he is literally has them distracted while he's getting things done. look at last week. the great court decision upholding a temporary travel ban, the things he did on illegal immigration and that temporary travel ban and kate's law. this is one of the most productive presidents in history and the media is distracted by memes and words instead of actions. he's winning. >> kimberly: he think so. thank you, dr. loudon. dinesh d'souza, always a pleasure break coming up next... >> his actions are contemptible and i will fight every day until he is impeached. impeach 45. impeach 45. >> democrats have been calling
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reports that north korea has launched another ballistic missile prayed this comes days after president trump delivereda stern warning to pyongyang over its repeated test firing of short and long range weapons. washington is concerned north korea is working to build a nuclear tipped missile that could reach the u.s. i am marianne rafferty. back to "hannity" ." >> his motives and actions are contemptible and i will fight every day until he is impeached. impeach 45. impeach 45. >> i arrived, mr. speaker, tough call for the impeachment of the prese united states of america.
for obstruction of justice. >> are we getting closer and closer to the possibility of yet another impeachment process? >> after watching the clinton impeachment, i thought i would never see another one. >> we are well on our way to impeachment because i think there's a clear set of facts that show obstruction of justic justice. >> this is heading toward the end, right? it has to be, right? it feels that way. >> kimberly: welcome back to this special edition of "hannity." president trump versus the resistance. democratic obstruction is working on a new plan to try to impeach president trump after the russian collusion narrative has completely fallen apart. a bill appears to be getting support from democrats in the house over 20 liberal lawmakers backing plan that would create an oversight commission m if the president is mentally or physically unfit to serve which could lead to his removal under the 25th amendment. joining me with reaction, fox news radical correspondent dr. marc siegel and fox news
anchor and attorney gregg jarrett. good evening to you, gentlemen. this is a real story we are reporting on, and i will go to you about the legal aspect. has anything like this ever been done before? >> no. no legal precedents for it. section 4, the involuntary invoking of the 25th amend. the people who are advocating this, i wonder if they can even read. have a red the 25th amendment? sheila jackson lee, congresswoman says, the president is ill-suited and incompetent. therefore invoking the 25th amendment. that's not the legal basis. it has to be functional incapacity. somebody who has a stroke, somebody who has an accident or in the case of jfk, what if he had survived but was brain-damaged. that's how it all came about. she either misunderstands or misinterprets it. i think it's she just doesn't
like this president. she doesn't like his politics. the only mechanism for removal is called the ballot box. >> kimberly: seems, doctor, are they doing this for political reasons? correct me if i'm wrong, it doesn't seem to be any evidence anyone has proffered thus far to suggest that he is unable to complete and fulfill the presidency, medically or mentally unfit. >> you are absolutely right. and gregg is correct. it's a good thing we physicians aren't allowed to speculate and i will get that -- get to that in a minute but i would speculate about the congressman bringing this action. there is no evidence of any mental instability. let's go back to the goldwater rule. 1964, partisans tried to bring down barry goldwater by calling
him crazy. the american psychiatric association said in 1973 that after a lawsuit was brought by goldwater, physicians, especially psychiatrist, cannot speculate on something they see over a camera, a patient they haven't examined, someone that they have no clue about, it's unethical. it's immoral. it is stigmatizing. as a matter fact, the reason i bring it up is that the committee is supposed to be composed of psychiatrist. physicians buried what are they going to do, exactly? are they going to haul him in for an examination? you are watching over the television. he's reacting to being blasted. "washington post," "new york times," cnn always saying negative things so if he's a little defensive, what do you expect? no sign of mental instability and we can't speculate about such things. it's unethical. >> kimberly: is into the natural reaction that if someone is making false accusations and attacking you constantly that you might want to defend
yourself and call them out to call them fake news especially when cnn had to fire three people and to retract a story. "the new york times" has had to retract about the 17 intelligence agencies. associated press, "washington post." >> what is lost in the conversation is what prompted the president angry suite last week. they were calling him things like dope, mentally ill. thug. where is the equivalency? why aren't they being condemned instead of the president for being human and reacting to it i'm calling them out for what they are, biased. there was a harvard study. 90% of the coverage of the president since he took office has been negative. comparative barack obama. only 41%. this president realizes he's the
victim of unabashed scorn and hatred by the media and he is, to his credit, fighting back. >> kimberly: may be the media needs the prescription for the trump derangement syndrome, dr. siegel end. >> absolutely. the president has shown a sense of humor we have not seen on the other side. he showed compassion when representative scalise got shot. on his birthday, he never mentioned it was his birthday. he only talked about the man being a fighter. right now, president trump is trying to look after a young baby. again, i'm not going to speculate about president trump, who i have not met. i don't know about his physical or mental health. but i will say it's really unethical and irresponsible for physicians to try to do it on television or anywhere. >> even if somebody suffers from mental illness, that doesn't
invoke the 25th amendment. duke university did a study of all american presidents and concluded that roughly half of them suffered some form of mental illness, including lincoln, who had terrible depression. he used to go to the vault of his dead son, have them open the coffin, and sit for hours at a time. that seems a little crazy and yet lincoln was perhaps our greatest president. >> good point. we love you guys. fantastic job. coming up next, donald trump, jr. calling out the media for ignoring many left-wing threats of violence against the president. later, will republican senators be able to come together and keep a key promise they made to the american people and repeal and replace obamacare? much more to come. stay with us. it's like nothing you've seen.
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from their glass house? donald trump, jr. called out cn cnn. "cnn and democrats calling trump assassination plate artistic expression but w you wf joke is a call for violence. " joining me now is -- thanks for being here. new developments. you have the tweet from donald, jr., and the meme out this weekend. seems to me and i think the polling and the analysis will back it up that this president has received more unfair, negative coverage than any other president. >> something like 93% of the coverage is negative from cnn. that's nowhere near fair and balanced and it's been relet less. from when he was elected, even
before he was elected but it goes beyond cnn. you had madonna saying she dreams about blowing of the white house. snoop dogg did a video where he pulled the trigger on a revolver, a clown dressed up to look like donald trump. kathy griffin open up the chopped off head. i call it assassination chic and it's not just done by all people. these are artist, they have been in some of the biggest movies. that sort of thing is appalling and i think it leads to people pulling the trigger like we saw in virginia a few weeks ago. >> kimberly: can we distinguish between the president doing this meme based on wrestling, et cetera, making a joke about it over the weeken weekend. and something like the actor johnny depp saying it's time for another actor to kill a president. some of these other things, like kathy griffin and holding of the severed head pretending she is
jihadi john. >> to answer your question, yes. donald trump is a genius. please let media like a cat with a flashlight. no matter what he does, they run. in other words, every week he plays them. the american people realize these people are employed imploding and he has mocked them. he has said i don't need you. i'm going tweet. they are going nuts. i want more of this. the american people, the heartland loves it. this is a new era. bring it on. he's laughing himself silly. >> kimberly: he thinks it's funny. he's also not sorry. really isn't. these tweets, even the one about mika brzezinski, there wasn't anybody talking about health care. anybody talking about north korea? no. they were focused on that, and then he doubled down and the
video, you have a problem? was it a joke or tantamount to calling out violence against members of the media? >> it was obviously a joke. this is more selective outrage from the left. the liberal media loves to call for civility and unity but they only do that when they can use the sound bites to silence. then they turn around and use divisive rhetoric and violence inciting rhetoric all the time. where was the outrage when kathy griffin held up donald trump's severed head? the hypocrisy is flagrant. the left love saying donald trump tweets aren't presidential. they are right, it's not presidential but that's why people voted for trump. this is no ordinary president. people wanted a fighter, someone who wouldn't be afraid to go to washington, d.c., flip over the table, and stick it in the medi media. middle america has come to despise them. >> kimberly: he did this following cnn having to fire
through porters for a story that was the info so they got called out on it. nevertheless they are upset about the meme. the media in general and the liberal mainstream media, are they being too sensitive, to snow flaky? >> kimberly: they will say when trump does this he distracts from the message. they focus on it rather than policy. the media research center took a look at the signatures ceremony for the policy and the va with more accountability. they didn't bother to cover it. they say it's a discretion but why do they focus on -- why don't they focus on public policy? >> kimberly: they don't want to cover the policy, the job members, they don't want to give him any credit. i feel they are jealous, lionel.
>> kimberly: history would be a wonderful thing if only it were true. in 1950, harry truman, when he heard about the better views from "the washington post," he wrote him a letter on white house stationery said when i meet you, i'm going to break your nose. this was violence, signed hst. we loved it. trump, with a tweet, this is nothing. what's the matter with us? he's a genius. i don't know how to make it any clearer. he is laughing. why are we even talking about i it? >> lionel is going to do the wave here in a minute. >> kimberly: kristin, what do you think? have people have had time to gain some perspective about this? i tend to agree with don, jr., here's think this is unbelievable. these people can't take a joke. it's like a wrestling meme if they want to feel like it's some
kind of equivalent of isis recruitment video craziness. >> i totally agree. everyone knows the media is humorless but all of this outrage from the media is going to do little to actually influence with the american people think. these outlets, like "the new york times," cnn, "washington post," have become so flagrant in their bias that they have lost all credibility. the only people who watch these outlets are the very far left, the journalists have made themselves completely irrelevan irrelevant. >> kimberly: have you noticed the number of retractions issued? how about the national security agency, 17 intelligence agencies. oh, i'm so sorry. i'm really bad at math. let me use my fingers again to count. the associated press, "new york times" and "washington post," all of them. >> oops, not 17, 16. grand total of 4.
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>> kimberly: welcome back to this special edition of "hannity." president trump versus the resistance. nine senators oppose the bill to repeal and replace obamacare and according to a new associated press headline, "g.o.p. voters blame congress, not trump, for lack of progress." back with us, deroy murdock, lionel, and the hill columnist kristin tate. how likely is it the health care bill is going to pass the senate? >> i think it has to happen. the republicans have been promising this for seven years. i don't know what they've been doing these seven years. even if you -- even if you excuse that, november 9, they knew they would have a republican house, senate, and white house to get her act together. in july, they still don't know
what they are doing and every republican and conservative and moderate and some democrats voted for these people expect and demand these guys do their jobs, stop monkeying around, get it together. i think this avoided duties to moderates or money. the conservatives want more freedom, so whatever study we have come up with spending and health savings accounts under vehicles like that so people are beneficiaries of government services. become consumers, pick and choose the care they want. let people buy across state lines. let a company like geico or allstate sell coast-to-coast and i think if you combine all that, you'll be able to get the votes. >> kimberly: everybody seems to like that free-market aspect of it. why is this taking so long? of president trump in the white house, you've got congress all lined up, teed up with the balkans. why don't they get it together and who do you blame for this networking? you saw the pole, seems the american people aren't blaming president trump. they are fed up with congress.
>> i blame congress but look, the senate health care bill isn't that great. not a full repeal of obamacare and it's still a big government subsidy but it's a little less horrible than obamacare. they've got to pass something. the problem is the conservative wing of the g.o.p. knows the senate health care bill stings and they don't want their names attached to it. i totally understand that but if the g.o.p. can't come together and do this, they are going to get blamed for obamacare failures. obamacare is falling apart and something's got to be done. premiums have doubled since 2013. deductibles continue to go through the roof. insurers are fleeing the market and if republicans continue to be purists and they don't work together, nothing is going to get done. we are going to be stuck with obamacare and 2018 is going to be an ugly election year. they've got to compromise. they have to get some thing don done. >> kimberly: don't they want to get their jobs? maybe not, but it seems like they are the ones letting the american people down, lionel.
what is their problem? what's going to take to please these people? >> one of the greatest myths next to the artistic quality of the neck tattoo is how they are calling it obamacare? they are repealing obamacare. there is no obamacare. it's a mess. the good news for the president is taken turned the mega peopled say what you expect. i can't get a limitation on immigration which is what you voted me informed without them: the racist. i can't budge. he's looking good but it's an existential mess. no matter how he plays it, wait a minute. i've got an idea. maybe he could do a meme. this time with glow or something and drive these people over the edge. takes one more, i'm telling you, takes one more meme or tweet for the entire mainstream media to lose it completely. we can only pray. >> kimberly: do you think this
doesn't get done? >> that has to get done. if these guys don't do this, what are they going to do? go back to in november and say you voted us in and we had the house and senate and the white house and we do new things or vote us back in for kindred idle things are. they seemed scared. one of the problems of rate of? taylor terrified. what are they afraid of? the american people say thank you for keeping your promises. >> kimberly: they were given a job and they complained about it. they've had the chance. and have they squandered it? that's what irritates me. >> i think they will get it done. the american people look around and see the republicans controlling the house, senate, and the white house. if nothing gets done, the republicans know it's going to be really ugly next year. the democrats have proven that they are the party of no, they are going to obstruct. it's got to be the republicans for get this done, and i think they know that. if they are smart, they will
compromise and push this through. >> kimberly: lionel, last comments. >> the bottom line is elitist. it may just be the ultimate in legislation gordian knots. this may be so complicated, so awful that no matter what the final product is, it's going to be horrible, no matter what. it may be something, and i am the bearer of good news. >> kimberly: i can tell. i'm going to keep taking my flintstone vitamins, my vitamin c. doesn't sound good. the faneuil had fantastic, coming up on the special edition of "hannity." president trump versus the resistance. things than rheumatoid arthritis. things than before you and your rheumatologist move to another treatment, ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can reduce joint pain and swelling in as little as two weeks, and help stop further joint damage.
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