should do "dancing with the stars"? >> tom: yes, he should do it. >> dana: would you do it? >> tom: are you kidding me? i would win it. >> dana: never miss an episode of "the five." set your dvrs. "hannity" is up next. >> sean: my opening monologue in just a minute. we are following major, major breaking news stories. obamacare repeal and replace underway. it could go into the early morning hours. oh, it's so bad. they are on vacation usually at this time. republicans are going to keep their promises to you. plus, explosive new reports from john solomon, sara carter, devin nunes is questioning if the obama administration is back on mast political purposes during a campaign. sources are telling sara carter that a top fbi lawyer is now under investigation for leaking classified information. we will have that story and also
tonight, infighting and the white house. anthony scaramucci goes to war against leaking on his first week on the job. kellyanne conway is here with reaction. but mike emanuel is alive on the battle over obamacare. mike, aren't they usually on vacation by now? >> pretty close. a good evening you, sean. we do have some breaking news. mitch mcconnell has just posted the details of the republican health care plan that say a skinny repeal plan, getting rid of the popular parts of the obamacare, four g.o.p. senators came out late saying that there would be unknow on the so-called skinny repeal plan. john mccain, lindsey graham, ron johnson and bill cassidy wanted a severances from paul ryan that it would go to conference to hammer out a more comprehensive plan.
>> we've got to improve on this. we will see with the house comes back with. for senators, that's kind of a big deal. >> the senate floor, ripping republican colleagues say they cannot believe the final plan was not out yet. >> to answer the calls coming into my office, the texts and emails, from folks saying what's going on? what's happening in the united states senate, they can't keep track of what it is that we've moved to. we don't know either. >> its been looking like we are heading for an all-nighter but some signs of movement, sean. >> sean: mike emanuel. can you tell us a little bit, i saw paul ryan and his methods to the senate. get your job done. >> exactly right. ryan said they would go to
conference if that's what those senators wanted but he said basically, the senate would have to take up the bill that came out of the conference first. he didn't want his numbers taking all the tough votes and the senator sitting back and watch the house struggle. assuming they pass something tonight, they will go to conference and try to hammer out a deal and then ryan says the senate will go first. >> sean: pretty interesting. mike emanuel will follow this tonight. there's a war to stop leaking, anthony scaramucci has a very colorful phone call with a reporter. ed henry is outside the white house with all the details. ed, we see the cover of "the new york post" tomorrow. >> "the new york post" would look like survivor around here, from reince priebus to steve bannon to anthony scaramucci as well. all these advisors around the president, seemingly battling at out. not just in private but spilling out into the public. starting last night when scaramucci essentially accused reince priebus of leaking
sensitive financial information from scaramucci's financial reports. he pulled that back but then spoke to a reporter and scaramucci really let loose on several people here at the white house, saying they will all be fired by me, i fired one guy the other day, i have 3-4 people i will fire tomorrow. reince priebus, if you want to wait back leak something, he will be asked to resign... then he goes on to say about bannon, i am not steve bannon. i'm not trying to build my own brand off the... in his defense he has gone on to twitter to say he requests the colorful language. and he says he has made a mistake in trusting a reporter. it won't happen again, sean. >> sean: i spoke to anthony
scaramucci tonight. he says he believes in every way that he told this reporter it was off the record. we have conflicting reports on that. but it's a he said he said. >> looked, the new yorker has not been friendly to this president. that's an open secret. there were only two people in that phone call or that conversation. we don't know for sure. obviously, if you are the incoming white house communications director, you have to be careful about communications, particularly with a reporter from an organization that frankly has been hammering the president every which way. high marks in the early hours, let's remember. it has only been barely a week since it was announced. it's so much has happened but he got high marks for being a street fighter, someone who understands the president and will be more forceful and aggressive in getting his message out. the challenge tonight is when you have this kind of colorful language, that might attract not just media interest but some people like newt gingrich and other conservatives saying this
is all a distraction. to get back on jobs in health care. the other parts of the agenda and as mike emanuel said, they are being bought out tonight. >> sean: my commentary on this, more in a moment. make or break night tonight. obamacare repeal and replace, g.o.p. lawmakers not only have themselves to blame, that they are in the situation, that's tonight's opening monologue. when we started the program tonight, it's really a shame that we are at this point with senate republicans having to pull an all-nighter. toilet paper, what i get down and throwing it up against the wall. the see what sticks strategy? to try to pass some kind of health care bill. so they can then go to conference with health republicans and eventually come up with a plan to do with a promise to do, repeal and replace obamacare. senator mcconnell just posted details of the "skinny" obamacare repeal. they beg you, the american people for this opportunity for
seven long years. they are now doing their best to squander it. seven g.o.p. senators voted against the clean repeal of obamacare. some of them voted for that very bill in 2015. it makes you wonder if everything you've been told for years was just all talk. it certainly seems that way. as i said last night, the senators have put republican advantages in congress now in jeopardy for 2018, we don't know how the vote on the skinny repeal is ever going to turn out and we will be following it all night tonight. republicans had seven years. seven years to come up with a plan. seven years to find consensus and agreement and that did not happen. it's been one misstep after another. they literally let this all play out in public on tv and radio and in the papers. instead of everybody getting in a room, as i suggested. at locking the door, taking their phones, ordering pizza, having beer and coke and a seven up and water so that they could
have the plan that works for the american people. or the republicans, i am a registered conservative, aren't they supposed to be the party of big and bold ideas? today, the party i say has a zero identity. they seem to afraid, to timid, to spineless to go against the status quo. the g.o.p. is supposed to be the party of repeal and replace. liberty, capitalism. government interference in our lives, free market solutions, right now they have no vision, no identity. no unity. they didn't even try to offer up big, out-of-the-box ideas. i've been talking about these ideas for over 15 years. and how to fix our broken health care system. remember the stocker in kansas? i've been interviewing him since 2012. the doctor. he runs a health care cooperative.
it's $50 a month for adults, ten dollars a month for children. they have no co-pays. unlimited office visits. 24-hour doctor service available for you. free procedures. at 95% reductions because they negotiate directly with the pharmaceutical companies and you leave with your medicine as soon as you leave the doctor's office. the same with lab tests. why not let other doctors and some 400 already are doing similar things? they didn't even bring these ideas up. they did vote to fund some of the presidents border wall but that has to get through the senate. republican lawmakers and their inability to get things done, here's the truth. it's harming you. at this point, it seems like the only person in the republican party who has a vision and is articulating that vision is the president himself in to see the reaction he gets and the crowds that show up when he speaks. earlier this week on the senate
floor after returning to washington from his brain cancer diagnosis, and john mccain these comments... >> i hope we can rely on our dependence on each other and learn how to trust each other again and by so doing, better serve the people who elected us. stop listening to the bombastic loudmouths on radio and television and the internet. to hell with them. they don't want anything done for the public good. our incapacity is their livelihood. >> sean: incapacity? you are blaming us? that's our livelihood? senator mccain, he is in our thoughts and prayers. we've had a love-hate relationship for many years. it was him personally a speedy recovery. but what he said, i have to disagree with. talk radio and tv hosts, we are not the ones to blame for your inaction and failure in washington. i have for years on radio and tv
been offering up conservative solutions. 2013, i offered the conservative solution caucus -- i am constantly encouraging republicans to adopt big ideas, solutions to help the american people, in poverty and on food stamps and out of the labor force that can't buy back the house. i talked about the penny plan for fiscal responsibility, to balance our budget, lowering taxes for all the years i've been on the air, tax reform, repatriation of trillions of corporate american dollars to build factories and manufacturing centers and fill jobs in america. i talked at length about energy independence. with energy companies to get americans hired, securing the border, charter schools, sending education back to the states. i've talked about rebuilding our military and ending stifling regulations of government, identify and defeating radical islam. excuse me, senator, i care about the country and i care about
offering solutions. i've talked about this every day for 22 years on tv and radio and when you were running, you wanted to be on my show as much as you possibly can. i'm sorry, that's an unfair cheap shot and i'm sorry, republicans, stop pointing the fingers. you sound like hillary clinton. start producing the results he promised. we want to talk about anthony scaramucci, the fox news audience knows him well. we also want to look at the deep state leaking. look, i know the rest of the mainstream media is foaming at the mouth. they love what they view as infighting and the leaking and conflict and everything they think will stop the president and his agenda. okay, so anthony scaramucci made a phone call with a new yorker reporter and guess what? he wasn't clear that it was off the record. apparently, i talked to him tonight and he is apologizing. this was the cover of "the new york post" tomorrow morning. everyone has a good chuckle at this.
take a look at the cover. survivor, the white house, the trump white house. if you look at everything a person on that front page, they have had to deal for over six months with the d.c. swamp, starting with the president. they have had to deal with unprecedented lies, attacks from liberals in the mainstream destroy-trump-media and much more. everyone of those people have been fighting to drain the swamp and the sewer that is d.c. and they are trying to get these changes done for the american people. if those people are on the cover, if they lose in their battle, if they are beaten by the deep state by democrats, week republicans, never trump-ers, guess what? the american people in this country will lose the opportunity of a generation. speaking with anthony scaramucci as he expressed and adds ed henry reported, he regrets using some of the language he used with the reporter. he thought it was off the record. i don't doubt, there's been
plenty of infighting in leaking. i don't like any of it. but doesn't that happen at everybody's job? let's be honest with ourselves. if the goal of the deep state is the same, excuse me, they are trying to get the president to never enact his agenda. that's what the bottom line is here. they want to delegitimize the president. they don't want what you voted for to become the law of this land. and the president, anthony scaramucci, reince priebus, stephen bannon, the one thing they all have in common in spite of may be disagreeing here and some infighting, they are all tired of the deep state leaks. anthony scaramucci rightly is trying to put an end to it. i don't know who is leaking in the white house and i've no idea but i hope it ends. it's important that they figure out where these leaks are coming from to the press. the press that wants to destroy the president as well. look at the deep state. they have one singular focus. they are determined to do much the president with selective leaking.
they in and day out and stop his
agenda. which, at the end of the day, that hurts you, the american people toward . joining us with reaction, kellyanne conway, i thought you looked the best on the cover of the "the new york post." >> i didn't even see it yet. i'm looking into a blind camera. thank you for noting that, though. the loch ness monster's of the swamp will always try to get in the way of this president and his agenda. i don't know what they were expecting. he said i was going to repeal and replace obamacare. if i showed you all the senators and members of congress who ran successfully on repealing and replacing obamacare, there were no asterisks, footnotes, bibliographies, no may be, should of, could have, would have. i can show you in 16 different shots. pledging to repeal and replace obamacare straight up. the one person keeping that
promise is donald trump. he has been here for six short months. they've been talking about this for seven years. while he was busy being a successful businessman in new york and around the globe, they were promising their constituents. i also want to point something out about tonight. whether they have an all-nighter, wherever it goes to conference, i want america to know not a single democrat needs helping. republicans offered a single-payer amendment tonight to get a vote on where the democrats say our country is headed and do you know how many votes it got? this is not a okay, this is 0. four or five democrats voted against it in the rest of the democrats voted present. they might as well have been out to dinner because they are certainly out to lunch. they didn't lift a finger. rather than --
they are not helping because 83 insurers have fled the market with dozens more promising to do so. they are not helping people to make the call for these premiums. these insurance cards they can't use because their premiums are too high. i want americans to remember who stood up and kept promises and tried to help the people who have been left behind. not white house, people come once a week. obamacare victims. we've met them personally, the president and vice president, others have met with them personally. their stories are real. the mainstream media doesn't put it -- they are real. you want to cover intrigue? go talk to those people and ask what happened to them and their family since they had their hours and wages cut, their health care benefits cut. they have been suffering for years and this president stands ready to repeal and replace and give those people the relief they deserve. >> sean: i got a note from a friend of mine. he spoke with a prominent
democrat that had a skinny bill? it's a dream come true because it eliminates all the things in obamacare that the americans hated and it leaves the backbone of the aca intact. it's inexplicable that we have a party in the senate that basically become the oh, let's put paper or water -- toilet paper thrown up against the wall when they could be pushing health savings accounts and health care cooperatives and getting rid of the monstrosity and offering competition and choice. sorry, kellyanne conway come as a conservative, those are the things i believe in deeply and that's what the president is tag about. >> that's right. the president talked about it just this week in several addresses. like i said, the skinny repeal, i have never heard that phrase. when members of the house and senate ran successfully on repealing and replacing obamacare. i didn't hear them say swim at the edges. cut and shave here. i think this is why frankly
congress has such a low approval rating. the media's approval rating is far below the president's approval rating. they just don't cover it as much. and that's because people are looking for relief. >> sean: all right, kellyanne. it was good to see you. >> did you want to cover anything else? >> sean: oh, yeah, anthony and what is going on there? is there anything else to talk about? i said you were the best looking person on the cover tomorrow! >> thanks. look, i want to say one thing. anthony said he uses colorful language. he's passionate about the president. it sometimes gets the best of him but let me know when any of my colleagues in the west wing call half of the country deplorable and irredeemable. let me know. let me know when they look america in the eye and say you can keep your plan and keep your doctor. and lie to them.
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>> sean: fox news alert, just just income of the senate now expected to vote on the skinny repeal of obamacare after midnight tonight. we will have updates for you throughout the evening. also, we have to go explosive breaking news reports. circa news, sara carter reporting that fbi lawmaker james a baker, a close confidant to the fired fbi director james comey is now under investigation by the justice department. why? allegedly leaking national security information to the mainstream press. the establishment press. also, other media stories we are following tonight, this one comes from john solomon of the hill, according to his report, house him del devin nunes is now accusing the obama administration of illicitly
unmasking hundreds of american s last year without any proffered test of proper justification. joining us now, sara carter and jay sekulow. and gregg jarrett. let's start with your breaking news tonight, sara. >> i've spoken to three sources with information who have direct knowledge of this that james a baker, the general counsel for the fbi is allegedly under investigation for leaking national security of classified information to the media. i have not been able to get verify what that information once. if these allegations prove true, it's going to be devastating for the fbi. whose morale has already been shook up. i've spoken to sources even within the fbi right now, they are scouring through everything, looking for leakers. they are looking to clean house. if these allegations prove to be
true, this will be devastating for them. >> sean: this is the deep state we have talked so much about, jay sekulow. the selective leaks. remember the report, 125 leaks and 126 days, all designed to hurt the president and stop him from enacting his agenda. are we beginning to get to the bottom of this? is this a sign are looking for? >> hopefully it is but this is not somebody that's just with the fbi. mr. baker is the fbi general counsel. he is the chief lawyer for the federal bureau of investigation. if he leaked information, national security information or anything else for that matter, he needs to be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. the results of the general counsel when james comey, in fact the director of the fbi, we know she did not hesitate to leak information, including information about conversations he had with the president of the
united states that he leaked to a friend of his, ultimately to get it to the press. that was the plan. that's what they executed. now we are getting reports, sara is reported that the fbi general counsel is possibly going to be accused of leaking classified information. listen, this goes beyond the deep state. this puts the entire national security apparatus of the united states of america at risk. >> sean: i agree. this is how countries become literally -- republics got destroyed. this is a police state, potentially. if, in fact, this turns out to be true, my argument is that unless they are investigated, unless we convene grand jury as and unless people are charged, it's never going to stop. >> you are absolutely right. ever since mark phelps was revealed as the source for woodward and bernstein, deep throat, there's this pervasive mentality and the fbi that it's
not only okay to leak, it's a noble thing to do and then james kobe made it worse when he testified that he converted government property, his memos with the president deliberately sought to leak it to the media. there's this totality that it's not against the law and it's okay. if you read the law, it's against the law. >> sean: the obama administration illicitly unmasking hundreds of americans. we will get to that, more with sara, jay, and gregg. more to come on "hannity."
right here on this program, we have been saying that we need to restore the rule of law, equal justice under the law, and get rid of the two-tiered justice system. looking at the democratic congresswoman, debbie wasserman schultz, charged with bank fraud. back with reaction, sara carter, gregg jarrett, jay sekulow. let's go to the obama administration illicitly unmasking hundreds of americans names, something you and him have now been discussing for a while. i am also told that it is going to get so big and names are going to be named and they are top names that were with obama. how accurate is that? how close are we to may be hearing that? >> i think we are very close to hearing about that. remember, sean, this wasn't just high-level officials that were unmasking. what john was reporting the set
obama aides in the white house were unmasking the majority of which they believe are people associated with president trump or related to president trump or connected to the president trump and unmasking these foreign intercepts. they wanted to know were some of these stories coincided with the leaks that happened in the media? we'll be looking at this. that's what this is so important. because it's such a violation of fourth movement rights. if it proves to be true. it was used for political espionage. if that allegation is true, it is going to change everything. remember, section 702 comes up for a vote at the end of the year. right now, i've been told on the hill that they're not enough votes to pass it. that's a huge problem for the intelligence community. >> sean: this goes through the heart -- i know that people are focused in on the white house and okay, they are searching for the leakers. in large part, isn't it true that a lot of the trouble that
this white house has had has come from former obama officials? intel, gathered, and unmasking of americans in the political season and beyond into the administration? and also leaking, raw intelligence, a violation of the espionage act. what do you make of this blockbuster report? >> what you will find, something we've been talking about for a year, the individuals that were engaged in the unmasking, individuals like samantha powers, the u.n. ambassador, why would she be in the line of being able to unmask an american citizen incidentally phone calls picked up by an intelligent surveillance? there's another question here -- why in the world with this be deemed it something that's now just being looked at? why has this not been an ongoing fbi investigation since the outset, since all this information broke? why has it taken so long to get this kind of information and get this in front of the appropriate authorities? you have been have been
unelected fourth branch of government. these holdover bureaucrats, the deep state, whatever you want. they are subverting the constitutional republic. >> sean: if they don't get prosecuted, charged, put in jail, it's never going to stop. what you make that part of the story? >> according to the report, it's focusing in on samantha powers, not part of the intelligence apparatus. >> sean: there are other big names involved. >> there are plenty of suspects. >> sean: names that the american people will recognize if this comes out. it's because there's only one reason you can request and unmasking. national security. it's a crime to do otherwise. it's also a crime to use your public office for a political purpose and its a crime to unmasking american citizens name in an intelligence collection. >> sean: jay, last question. i know the media is focused on
the white house, on leaks, anthony scaramucci and bannon and reince, what are your thoughts? >> i don't like leaks from any source. it's harmful to the constitution. the rule of law. it's got to be stopped. i agree with gregg, until you prosecute and go after the people engaged in leaking, it goes back to the james comey matter. the former fbi director while he was the fbi director to take notes from a private conversation he had with the president of the united states and leak them for the purpose of obtaining a special counsel? if we think that's okay, we've lost the constitutional republic that our forefathers fought for. >> sean: when we come back, we will get into the white house and the left's obsession with stopping this president. ♪
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white house, little battles and wars, maybe this one a little more but when you think about it, everybody there wants to drain the swamp and the sewer. >> i think you are being too generous. when you remember, donald trump came from outside. reince priebus came from inside as you could possibly get. there are different loyalties built up over time. you say "the washington post" is suggesting that scaramucci is going to present the diagram about who leaked and how it was leaked. i think the deep state exists on both sides. the left and the right and donald trump is up against both of them. i have no doubt. our friend anthony scaramucci has colorful language. unfortunately, it detracted from his main message, these lakes have to stop because they are undermining not only the trump administration but the very nate of the republic itself. i firmly believe that he's got
something on priebus. >> sean: you do? >> i do. >> sean: i would not be surprised. it's inexplicable, where we are. that could be coming in the next 24 hours. mercedes, here's the problem. you have a president being attacked by the deep state, democrats, the media, weak republicans, trying to do the skinny build that they never ran on -- and of course, never trump-ers and they are fighting with themselves either leaking to the media that hates the president, you can't function in that environment that way. >> no, the environment seems very toxic and it's unfortunate because you have a lot of talent in that white house but they don't seem to trust each other as a team. that's very counterproductive and at the end, rather than each individual group trying to save their reputation, they are forgetting that the main reason they are there is to serve the president of the united states
and serve the american people, which is most important. when i worked at the white house under president bush, it was the chief of staff who made it very clear that if anyone were to leak, you packed her bags and you get out of this white house. you are serving the american people. i think it's very clear that whatever they're planning to do in terms of getting to the bottom it, it's incredibly important. >> sean: although he told me he did, i never trust anything any reporter says so i kind of believe anthony on that, i doubt he would have eved the language that geraldo and i use. we are all from new york, new york. >> you trust me. >> sean: a little bit of an edge there that new yorkers have. are you saying that reince should have gotten control of these leaks? that anthony, going in, the hard
driving hard-hitting person putting aside the language for a minute -- that that was the right stance to take? >> i think they never got control of the leaks from the beginning of this administration and is one of the reasons why scaramucci came in to track these leaks down. >> sean: was that the right thing to do? >> it is, you have to control the information getting out of the white house. >> i totally believe that unless the president can stop these leaks, his presidency itself is in jeopardy. it's absolutely in peril unless -- imagine everyone of your secrets being ratted out almost immediately. from who you have dinner with to what you are -- >> sean: did you say that on purpose? >> [laughs] i was surprised. >> sean: fake news, i spent a fortune on lobster? >> you are a very generous man. >> sean: that's not true!
for voting on the so-called skinny repeal of obamacare. go, republican senators, go. after waiting seven years, given america great health care. from the hill, mike emanuel. >> a little over an hour from now, senators are getting a closer look at this republican health care plan that has just come out in the last 50 minutes or so. getting rid of the obamacare mandates for employers and individuals, providing flexibility to states, also using health savings accounts and it has a lot of republican press votes, they can only afford to lose two and have a tiebreaker. it looks like they are taking a closer look at it and figuring out if it's a "yes" or "no." >> sean: they would get the conference and work with the house and from there i imagine it will change a lot and it will go back to both houses again.
this is hardly over even if they get that done tonight. mike emanuel, thank you. also, new leaks coming from the white house. back with us for reaction, geraldo rivera and lieutenant colonel oliver north. you've been there, how dangerous leaking is to the white house. anthony scaramucci went in and he said he will put an end to it. two of the people that have been with the president since day one, taking them on instead. >> i lived through that. i watched it happen with president reagan, on some very sensitive missions when the lives of americans were at risk. in this administration, it seems to be so much opposition coming from within the administration. perhaps some holdovers, other people having different perspectives. bottom line of it is, it's bad for america and it's against the law to leaked classified information. they ought to be prosecuted.
>> sean: when does this all end? i got pretty personal. it was hard driving. where does it end? >> i love predicting. i think the job that is safe tonight is attorney general jeff sessions. there's no way that the president, distracted as he is with his own staff, will continue to attack the head of the doj and especially with all the republican senators. >> sean: the movement on getting those unmasking and leaking with the intelligence community, we have seen big progress when the fbi, general counsel is under investigation -- unbeknownst that the american people, obviously work is being done. >> agreed. i believe that in this deathmatch, having done "celebrity apprentice" and then seeing the comparisons, the survivor deathmatch, i cannot bet against anthony scaramucci. he's wounded because of his language. only because of that. he has demonstrated ferocious loyalty to this president.
i predict he wins the deathmatch and that reince priebus will be going back to wisconsin and i think that steve bannon is hanging by a thread. >> sean: what are your thoughts, all of her? >> my big beef is that we are distracted from things that really are important. it's important we stop the leaks, no doubt about it. >> sean: but all that happened in six months, only. >> icbms and nuclear weapons, military that has been effectively neutered by the previous administration, the president this week issued guidance that we are going to stop treating military personnel like lab rats and social engineering experiments and it's all been distracted by the kinds of things that are going on in the white house and around the corner inside -- here's the bottom line of what just happened with the president's tweets on the issue of transgender people serving the military. a u.s. marine rifle company is
not a petri dish in which we conduct experiments on how much stupidity it takes to kill men with rifles. there is an estimate in the press, it cost $250,000 for transgender surgery and hormone treatment. why would we spend that? if we have some of those reports right, we have 6,000 people that are transgender in the military and want to come in to get transgender surgery and the like, why would we spend $1.5 billion on that in for the same amount of money, we could build another uss, a delivery vessel? >> we spend more of that on viagra for the straight guys. >> there's absolutely no reason for any of that kind of stuff, geraldo. that's the same kind of social engineering that's created this mess we've got right now. we need a u.s. military -- to deter war and win more if we
have to fight one. >> sean: i keep talking about the deep state, democrats, weak republicans, the media. they are all trying to destroy this president. we see the republicans. how pathetic is unfolding tonight. >> his family up until now is the only people you can trust. he has rats crawling all over. >> sean: he wants to drain this place. is it because he was the sewer drained? >> they are unsettled by that but they are also still mad at him because he's so unconventional it wasn't supposed to win. >> sean: he's got to get the agenda done. more "hannity" after the break. you know i can't remember that. stop this madness. if it's appreciation you want you should both get snapshot from progressive. it rewards good drivers with big discounts on car insurance.
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obamacare debate. bret baier up next with a special live edition of the "special report." we will see you back here tomorrow night. >> this is a fox news alert. i am bret baier coming from inside the u.s. capitol where almost all republicans at this hour of peeler willing to pass something, anything, to keep the health care process alive. where the headcount is, that's a question. i just talked to a senior aide who put the republican vote of 49. they need 50 with the vp breaking the tie. taking a lot of oxygen out of the room in washington's mind on what could be the start of historic change to health care. president trump's communications director unfiltered and swinging at others.