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>> mo: i want us all to be nicer on a human level. like a doughnuts is just a doughnuts. >> jesse: set your dvr, never missed an episode of "the five." "hanntiy" is next. >> sean: many thanks to our friends on "the five," a fox news alert. another breaking news night, following three major breaking stories, a battle brewing between president trump and senator mitch mcconnell as he calls out the senate majority leader for saying his expectations are actually too high. also, president trump firing back against the destroy-trump-media. democrats over their russia hysteria and meltdown. it is a brutal and also tonight, the president issues a statement of fact, a dire warning to north korea and kim jong un that he will no longer be held the world will not be held hostage. this after the rogue regime threatens an attack on and pyongyang, if they do not
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get their act together, they will face dire consequences. tonight, the options that america has to stop north korea's growing aggression, we will get to this in the breaking news opening monologue. ♪ the president continues to slam who i called the weak, spineless, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell for saying that he has excessive expectations. take a look at the president from earlier today. >> i just wanted to get to repeal and replace done. i have been hearing repeal and replace for seven years. i said, mitch, get to work. let's get it done. they should of last one done. they lost by one vote. for a thing like that to happen isac a disgrace. and frankly, it should not have happened. that i can tell you. >> sean: senator, why do you not have the sense of urgency that the president has? my name today was brought up when president trump was asked if mitch mcconnell should
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in fact step down. watch this. >> what do you think about him stepping down, conservative analysts including sean hannity saying that he should retire? >> well, i tell you what's but if he does not get repeal and replace done and taxes done, meaning cuts and reform, and if he does not get a very easy one to get done, infrastructure, if he does not get them done, then you can ask me that question. you can ask me the question. that means, ask me that question. m >> sean: the president's comments come in response to senator mcconnell whining like a 5-year-old complaining, making excuses to his constituents in kentucky at the president's expectations are just too highs to pass repeal and replace after eight months.nt now here's a news flash forre senator mcconnell, get to work, senator.ei you don't seem to get that to you and your fellow republicans, you are the ones that set those excessive expectations. publicans, they are the ones
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-- republicans are the ones tht promised over and over and over again for seven years that they were going to repeal and replace obamacare. like senator john mccain, he, casted the deciding vote that derailed the effort to get rid of obamacare when it really not a phony vote. so if senators like mcconnell, mccain, and you can throw susan collins of maine in. lisa murkowski of alaska. voted not to get rid of what they were supposed to get rid of. these republicans, if you cannot get your job done, then and it's time for you to step aside. we need new people in those positions. americans are suffering every day because of this. so it is time to clean house could put leaders in charge who are going to listen and serve the american people. and while we are at it, time for the senators to lose their chair shapes if they are going to hold the whole party hostage. senator mcconnell wants to make excuses and whineto constantly about president trump being too demanding, senator, time to retire. and you know what else, it's
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time to drastically cut congresses vacation time. seriously? on vacation? get this in the month of august, the senate will be in session for a whopping three days. would you like a month off? i would. and the year for the senate, off for a total of 69 days. that is over three months. now most of you, including o myself, watching this program, what do you think? two, three weeks of the year, maybe some long weekends. and senators like mcconnell do not show up to work for 69 days and then complain when the president is calling them outcc for not keeping up their promises and getting the job done. well, it is time for mitch mcconnell to get it together or go home. retire, play golf. go on a fishing trip. also tonight, president trump firing back at thehe destroy-trump-media and democrats who claim that he is going to have to fire robert mueller. the. president also slammed russia, russia hysteria.
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reporting. watch >> i have been reading about it from you people. oh, i'm going to dismiss him. no, i'm wanting them to get on with the task.nt but i want the senate and the house to come out with their findings. judging from the people leaving the meetings, leaks, but they leave the meetings all the time and they say, no, we have not found any collusion. there is no collusion. you know why? i don't speak to russians. >> sean: breaking news, the president defended his former campaign chair, paul manafort after we learned that the fbi executed a predawn raid of his home. because he did not follow hillary clinton's example. watch this. >> i know mr. manafort. i have not spoken to him in aho long time, but he was with a campaign for a short period of time. but i know he is a good man. i thought it was a very -- youou know -- they do that very seldom. so i was surprised to see it. i was very surprised to see it. i've always known paul manafort to be a very decent man. he is like a lot of other people
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probably making consulting fees from all over the place. who knows? but i thought that was very tough stuff. >> sean: more on all of this later in the program, but the top story the president is not backing down in the nuclear standoff with north korea. after pyongyang said that the threat to attack guam, called the fire and fury comments a load of nonsense. the president responding with a very language and a promise for kim jong un. take a look. >> for people that are questioning the statement, was it too tough?? maybe it wasn't tough enough. they've been doing this to our country for a long time, for many years. it's about time that somebody stuck up for the people of this country and for the people of other countries. so if anything, maybe that statement was not tough enough. what they have been getting away with is a tragedy. and it cannot be allowed. the people of our country are saying, our allies are saying,
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and i will tell you this,f north korea better get their act together, or they are going to be in trouble like few nations ever have been in trouble in this world. >> sean: how refreshing, especially compared to obama and former resident clinton that allowed this to happen. the president did also warned north korea about the opposed plan to fire missiles near guam. watch this. >> i read about this where in guam by august 15th, let's see what he does with guam. if he does something in guam, it will be an event the likes of which nobody has seen before what will happen in north korea. it is a statement. it has nothing to do with dare. it is a statement. he is not going to go around threatening guam or the united states. and he is not going to threaten japan. he is not going to threaten south korea. that is not a dare as you say,
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that is a statement, a fact. >> sean: let's show you exactly what north korea is threatening against guam. a top military general put out a statement last night saying that the rogue regime is drawing up a plan, due to be completed by mid-august which calls for north korea to launch four missiles into the waters off the coast of guam. earlier today the president also addressed the policies of appeasement and capitulation that were carried out andre championed by democrats the last 25 years when it comes to north korea. we all learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it, right? former obama national security advisor susan rice running an op-ed for "the new york times" saying that america may need to could tolerate a nuclear armed north korea at the way the u.s. did with the soviet union. it was 1994, the clinton administration. they cut a deal with kim jong un's father, kim jong il. giving north korea $4 billion in
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energy aid in exchange for the promise that the rogue regime would freeze and eventually and its nuclear weapons program. bill clinton said this was a good deal for the american people. take a look. >> this is a good deal for the united states. north korea will freeze, and to then dismantle the nuclear program. south korea and the other allies will be better protected. the entire world will be safer as we slow the spread of nuclear weapons. >> sean: predictably the deal turned into a complete and utter disaster. a direct reason why we are in the situation we are in on the edge -- the world being on edge tonight with north korea. earlier today, the president called out to president clinton's foolish mistakes. watch >> we will always consider negotiations, but they have been negotiating for 25 years, look at clinton. he folded on the negotiations. he was weak and ineffective.or >> sean: the president is clearly not going to repeat the policies of appeasement of thed past. as we have been saying on the program for years and years and for the past couple of nights,
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there are really no great solutions when it comes toth north korea. last night on the show, however, the deputy assistant to the president dr. sebastian gorkaer said, perhaps there are. take a look. >> there are numerous scenarios that do not involve the use of force or some kind of conflagration on the peninsula. >> sean: and earlier this week on the program, newt gingrich gave a brilliant assessment of how to deal with the north korean threats by buildin, a strategic defense system that president reagan proposed. that gives us what, ten, 20,0, 30 -- an icbm is headed to the united states instead of one or two shots as getting it out with the thaad missile system. joining us now, fox news, general analyst, general jack keane.ja
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i've been saying on the air, no real good solutions by the listening to the president today. and i don't think that the president could be any stronger. the likes of which we have never seen. and maybe what he said the first day was not even strong enough. this is a statement, effect. not a dare. this will happen, what are your thoughts? >> absolutely. the president is totally fed upu now that he has all the facts and what the last 25 years have been like with the kim dynasty. he knows full well that his predecessors through policies of negotiation, diplomacy, appeasement, and accommodation have brought to the kim dynastyy to the point now where they are nuclear rising icbms that threaten the american people. it has frustrated him, he is fed up with it. he is clearly sending a signal to the leader that i do tend to it deter you. i have the capability to destroy you, and i have the intent to do it. i'm not going to permit you to do harm to the american people. he wants to get inside kim's
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head and make certain that he clearly understands that. and that the policies of the past are flat over. that's what this is about. >> sean: general, i know that mutually assured destruction worked with the cold war. are we dealing with somebody who is capable of understanding being incinerated that many would die? and this is the danger as we just played to bill clinton. oh, this is a good deal for the american people. it was not a good deal for the american people. just like they are deal is not good for the american people. n what is it about this inability of some on the left to understand that you cannot negotiate and bribe these rogue regimes and dictators that they do not keep their word? >> yes, the cold war is very instructive to us. it was very successful in using deterrence against the soviet union. and to have effective deterrence, sean, two things you
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have to you have to have number one, real military capability.ta your adversaries have to understand that that capability is there. and we have that.d number two, your adversary has to understand that you intend to use it. he has to believe that. that there is political will and commitment to use that force if necessary.y. the soviet union understood that clearly. they understood it very dramatically when president reagan was president.n what we have had recently is appeasement, accommodation. and that is what has generated -- i think it is ais rational decision on kim's part nuclearize icbms come up with the american people at risk tham the united states would never do regime change, which he is paranoid about.
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that is a rational strategy that he has. his bellicose anguish and and saying that he is going to destroy the american people, that's kind of language is unacceptable. stillness question, general. we appreciate your insight. on a scale of 1-10, howe dangerous is the situation for the united states and the world tonight? >> well, it is a dangerous situation. let me just say it in my own words, i do not believe we are going to war with north korea. i think that this president will keep us out of that war because the chinese are believing thatt this president is sincere about what he intends to do to protech the american people. and the chinese at the end of the day, while they have been gaming us for years and playing the president a little bit. step one, and it is only step one was the u.n. resolution that the chinese backed.. part. the president -- >> sean: is this a 7, and 8? i'm not trying to pin you down -- >> i don't play that game. i'm saying no war. there will be no war. the american people can relax. - >> sean: i don't know about relaxing. this is pretty bad. general, good to see you.
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here now with more reaction, former senior intelligencead officer, tony shaffer, fox news contributor michael waltz is with us. let me begin with you, how dangerous is this and is this now coming to a head? >> it is as dangerous as ever by the fact that we have allowed this to linger since 1954. and the fact is this, the biggest danger to actual armed conduct is a miscalculation. general keane just laid out the essence of what we are facing now. we have to actually go aboutt doing what we have to to find a way to convince the north koreans that the idea of appeasement of buying you off is going to end. the current problem goes back to 1994, october of '94 when we we entered the framework that president clinton put us in. we knew back then that they had five nuclear weapons, the premise of the concept was flawed from day one.
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and only gotten worse. we do have options to try to take action against the north koreans. we have special operations we have been on the books from the '90s. we have done effective things against the iranians usingng advanced technology. cyber operations. that is another option. and the last one we have is to make a show that shooting your missiles will be completely -- by the fact that we have the agent systems off the coast. so the president does have some options short of going to war to show that we mean business. >> sean: let me ask you as we now move forward here, and i keep saying that there is no good options, because we allowed him to get to this point. and that being the case, if we have to take military action even if we had a coalition of china, and russia, let's say israel, western european allies, taking other nuclear sites. he has nukes. is there a risk of nuclear fallout? risk that he can fire at guam,he
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south korea, seoul, china, japan before we actually kick the sights out? is that a real worry and concern? worst-case scenario, how many dead are we talking about? >> their trump card for lack of a better turn the kim jong un has is his artillery. thousands of pieces and thete rockets that are aimed at soul, a city of 25 million plus peopl people. so imagine artillery raining down on a city like manhattan. i'm not confident, what this would look like is essentially our stealth capability, the cyber, the electronic warfare going in early to take down the air defenses so that we then have the follow-on bombers that could get in and get to the missile site and get hopefully him and his control structure. but while that is happening, keep in mind that they dug these things in for 50 years in the sides of mountains and bunker complexes.
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while that is going to take a little bit of time, artillery and rockets could be raining down on seoul. that's the big -- >> sean: but that they would fire, they have the ability to know that there is an attack that is imminent, correct?e >> well, that it's right. we could get in and get a lot of their nuclear capability and the missile site before a lot of that occurs, but enough is going to occur that it is going to cause collateral civilian casualties. but the point is that getting back to talks which is what aca lot of people are saying that we need to kind of simmered down and get back to negotiation is going to allow his military capability to mature even further. >> sean: thank you both for being with us. on this busy breaking news night. we will have more on the escalating tensions with north korea, john bolton is next.ur and much more tonight. straight ahead. ♪ on
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possible. >> sean: that was president trump earlier today delivering another stern warning to north korea and kim jong un.r here now, fox news contributor,, former u.s. ambassador to the u.n., john bolton is with after really a number of presidents and the policy of appeasement, the worst in this case was bill clinton. and the worst on iran was barack obama. but saying, sorry, this is a statement of fact, not a dare, and this means something. how is that a game changer considering north korea thinks that they can roll for another $50 billion of free money and not keep their word? >> sure, after 25 years of failed policies, you cannot count on north korea obeying because of their astute insight that the leadership in america has changed. clear statements from the president are important.
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two elements here. one that if there is an attack from north korea on guam, that is american soil. the citizens of guam are american citizens. and you don't want to think about what the retaliation would be. that is clear, stating that it. is important so that there is no misunderstanding.le the second issue is whether or not the president should strike preemptively. i think on that score, there is a legitimate debate. but people have to ask themselves whether they are prepared to see north korea with a deliverable nuclear weapons as far as the eye can see. i'm not willing to tolerate that risk. >> sean: i tend to agree with you, but i also shuddered to think of the human carnage that is involved here. the best scenario would be, oh, kim jong un gets the message, he grows up, he stops saber rattling, and firing missiles, and lets the world go in and inspect what he is doing. but we both know that that is not going to happen. short of that, is there anything you can think of militarily that
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we will be able to do that would shut down their ability to launch the weapons? >> number one, one diplomatic option. we talked about it before, persuading china to help us reunify the peninsula. if that diplomatic option is apt, a varying range of military options, that is why it isen important for the american people to make the decision. are you prepared to live with a nuclear north korea, or are you not? susan rice argues today, she is perfectly prepared to live with a nuclear weapons. she and many people like her argued for 25 years, we can talk the north out of nuclear weapons. so their track record to leave something to be desired. obviously nobody wants to see carnage on the korean peninsula. nobody wants to see theod americans they are in peril or the people in south korea ore japan. but let's be clear, who is ultimately imperil here if north korea has deliverable nuclear weapons and i might saye iran at the same time, the people in jeopardy are thea citizens of the united states.
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>> sean: the last question that i asked general keane on a scale of 1-10, how dangerous is this? >> i think it is very dangerous. our days an analogy to the cuban missile crisis. i don't think that we really have confidence. we know what kim jong un and his generals will decide. that's one of the reasons why if there is w going to be military action it ought to be sooner rather than later. this situation does not get better for the united states over time. it continuously gets worse and more dangerous. >> sean: and millions could potentially die? >> yes, american citizens. >> sean: thank you, ambassador. chilling times.po president trump fires back aftem senator mcconnell says he has excessive expectations.mb really? seven and a half years? lou dobbs is here next. ♪ what's possible. rethink your allergy pills. flonase sensimist allergy relief helps block 6 key inflammatory substances with a gentle mist.
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>> live from america news headquarters, i'm marianne rafferty. senator john mccain proposing a new strategy for success in afghanistan. the lawmaker calling for increasing the number of counterterrorism forces and giving them a freer hand to target the taliban, islamic state and other terrorist groups. president trump has resisted the boosting of troops in the country. he will seek a vote when they return in september. and president trump announcing thursday that he will officially declare the u.s. op owed cars has a emergency. moved by the drug commission and chris christie. initial report from the commission estimates that opioids kill approximately 142 people every day. or as they put it, a september 11th every three week weeks.k i'm marianne rafferty, now back to "hanntiy." ♪ >> i just want to get to repeal and replace done. i've been hearing repeal and j
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replace for seven years paradise had, mitch. get to work and let's get it done. they should of had this last one done. they lost by one vote for a thing like that to happen is a disgrace. and frankly, it should not have happened. that i can tell you. >> sean: that was president trump earlier today calling out the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell, urging him to keep his promise after seven and a half long years to m repeal and replace obamacare. this after mcconnell said that president trump had excessivean expectations. the president has vowed to drai and sewer, the swarm, the sea that includes republicans that have no urgency, cannot keep up, get nothing done. is it time for senator mcconnell to retire and make way for new leadership that does have a sense of urgency and a desire to move? with reaction, fox news business anchor, lou dobbs, congrats on your great ratings. how many months number one in all of business? >> i believe it is 19 months.
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>> sean: i'm sorry credit is really a failure. >> you are lighting it up. >> sean: here's what i want to ask you. because he did do a good job with gorsuch.. if it is an excessive expectation that they cannot get that done into nine months into the presidency.t i have no more patients, republicans are so disappointed, so discourage, and i'm a registered conservative, so angry at their lack of urgency, because americans are suffering. >> they are suffering, this election was about to the forgotten man and woman that president trump brought back to the forefront of public policy. or at least we thought so. but as you watch, mitch mcconnell. it is very clear, he needs a snuff box up near his nose as he condescends and patronized as the president of the united states with his excessive ambition. his hard work.
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his work ethic that has never been seen before in washington, d.c. mitch mcconnell holds forth saying his expectations are just too great.. and the american people just must stay in place. >> sean: can i just say that iic don't know anybody that has as much time off as these people, so little as they did in the senate. and then even the little skinny repeal bill. the little skinny repeal bill which was nothing that we wanted or was promised. >> when you look at what mcconnell has done, what ryan has done -- the republican party is in crisis and does not even know it. this party is led by people maintaining the status quo.n this election -- president trump is in office to get rid of the old ways and bring in the new. to disrupt and to if you will, discomfort all of the people who are willing to sit on their
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hands with their sinecures in the senate and the house instead of working for a living and representing the people that do work for a living. >> sean: with all that said, so much good news, over a million jobs created, 9000 people in the workforce. obama regulations gone. the lowest number of people on food stamps and seven years. and you people can't -- and i heard the president come urgency and frustration. this is not how the real world works. not how carpenters, electricians -- >> and some of these jobs are back. people said that he could not do it in the first term let alone the six months of the presidency. he is doing exactly that. >> sean: we have tapes of all the times that mcconnell ande mccain promised again and again and again. repeal and replace credit is so frustrating. good to see you. thank you for being here. when we come back, one onat one. hannity versus lanny davis about why the left, why do they always get a free pass? why does his friend hillary get away with anything and everything?
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like. i mention this when i was in washington. "tell the truth, tell it all, tell it early, tell it to yourself." i'm going to hound you politically hard despite of our friendship. you are so loyal to your friends, i admire your strength, your fight, your loyalty. your belief system. i like loyalty. i think it is a great quality of people. i know you are a passionate person on the left. it is real for you. like conservative is real for me. your book is a great road map for people in trouble. i quote it all the time even though i don't like you. i'm kidding. but here's my question. if i deleted 33,000 subpoenaed emails, if i did it, sean hannity did it, if sean hannity then took bleach pit and acid washed the hardai i drives that had -- the emails
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were on in a mom and pop bathroom closet, mishandling classified information, if i had somebody i know smash devices that were under subpoena? if i had somebody that that guy asked for my devices and i sent them devices without sim cards, why do i think that i will be calling you from jail after my mug shot was posted, and i would be saying, lanny, can you help me out? and asking for a cake with a file. >> thank you for your compliments and your criticisms. i still love you even though we are mostly >> sean: no, you don't. you're just lying to people. >> you are mostly wrong. tli forgive you. but on what you just said. the fbi thoroughly, the fbi for one year thoroughly investigated every single allegation he just made, and found that there was no reason to prosecute hillary clinton. the one-year investigation, a unanimous view of the investigation and agents that led the investigation.
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not just mr. comey, so i could quarrel with your statement of what you said whether they are true or not -- but it is determination. >> sean: okay, you can rely on that. but what i am arguing here is il you delete subpoenaed emails and you acid wash the hard drive and you smash devices, i know you heard me, but i like to repeat myself. not to me is obstruction of justice. if the law is clear about mismanaging top-secret information and deleting such. both of which comey said she did. >> just for your audience to know that i do not accept the factual accuracy -- >> sean: that is called truth. >> but i will quote james comey who i have a great deal ofha disrespect for as doing something completely contrary to the justice department policy because he thought he gets away with it and violating
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policies when he said in his october 20th, letter. so i've no admiration for mr. comey. i have a good deal of criticism. but he conducted a one year investigation on each of the topics you raised the 33,000 house and you mention ourig personal nonstate department-related emails that were deleted which everyone in washington who has personal emails would agree, not the subject of a subpoena of the state department official business, classified information. that is the answer. >> sean: i know my audience is watching and they are sayingio 33,000 deleted emails, you cannot put top-secret information on a mom and pop shop bathroom closet in the server there. we have been told 99.9% by foreign and diligence agencies got that top-secret special access information. my audience is listening, this is what they are thinking. lanny is a nice guy, how does he believe this? because he knows that there is
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not equal justice under the law coming into that when you talk about discretion, sometimes there is political consideration, what i am arguing to you, the clintons always get the political considerations, and the rest of us, we'd get thrown in jail, and paul manafort's mistake is he did not delete all the emails. and acid wash them like hillary, he should have done that, righte >> we can disagree over whether the fbi is in the tank for democrats or not, but the fbi reached all conclusions opposite of your inferences. from where i sit. all in the eye of the beholder. i see bogus scandals to whichce the clintons had been subjected to that never lead to anything $70 million later, tax dollars coming up with nothing on whitewater. so i see the opposite. but that is not unusual for you, sean.he
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an indictment on whitewater. >> saying i heard that without citing the source and stating as fact, i cannot argue with. because it is speculative. but i know that the fbi took a year -- >> sean: lanny, this is why when your liberal friends -- this is why when your liberal friends come after me for -- >> i defend you. >> sean: this is why i'm going to hire you. because -- >> i really do defend the first amendment rights that you have as well as i have. >> sean: i can only say that the statute of limitations havee not run out. the iranian one is even a bigger problem. >> let's talk about the next program. i can do that as well. >> sean: all right, lanny. you see why we don't like each other? so obvious. when we come back, liberals, members of the destroy-trump-media seem even more scared of the rhetoric than they are of kim jong un. m we will check in with dr. gina loudon and jessica tarlov about trump-hate next. ♪ looking for balance in your digestive system?
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♪ >> sea ♪ >> sean: welcome back to "hanntiy," liberals, the destroy-trump-media going after president trump on his stance with north korea and other erpres. even gone so far as to compare our president to the dictator of the rogue regime in north korea kim jong un. really??
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watch this. >> it just does not help when our allies in the countries in the region cannot tell whether it is donald trump or kim jong un who is a crazier one. >> i used to have a huge file folder of all the crazy colorful things that the north koreans would say in the name said they would call the american president.y so president trump sounds like a north korean leader more than an american leader. >> if you read a paragraph in the beginning of the newspaper s that said this, a bellicose, threatening, emotionally immature, insecure leader david x, a year ago where do you have thought the president of the united states was a person, or what you have thought the head of north korea was that person?t >> sean: fox news contributor jessica tarlov, and psychology political radio host dr. gina loudon. i will not even ask jessica, because he would never do this, you never would? >> compare him to kim jong un, no. i would say a lot of things, that is going too far.ed? >> sean: if a conservative did k this, oh, there will be calls
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for boycotts, firings, and oh, my gosh, barack obama, bill clinton, that's what they were, appeasers to a rogue dictator, there will be a backlash. no backlash against this media? >> no, no backlash against the media, probably no reprisals on these individuals who would take these crazy talk about who is crazy. they are more concerned, sean, about the power in their own lives and jobs and on the left than they are about to lives of american people. >> okay, the rhetoric about the comparisons to kim jong un, it is a stretch too far. but there are republicans who are opposed to the rhetoric that donald trump used. i know you're going to say john mccain is not a republican anymore because of what you did about the health care bill, but he is a republican. a former chief of staff coming out and saying that he is more concerned about the rhetoric that came from donald trump then
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north korea. >> by jessica, those people got the president elected that are tired of the party. >> but you are saying it is allo about the liberals fitted is not about the liberals. >> i am saying that it is the establishment and not about partisan politics. >> sean: jessica, will you agree that i played, i am the only one -- no one in the media, not that i watch every show, or any show, to be on a i'm too busy working. would you agree when bill clinton went before the people of this country and said, it's good for the american people, and you are not going to get nuclear weapons -- he failed because he was an he failed because he believed he could bribe kim jong il into being good. >> i don't think anybody on the left or the rights would say that we do not have a failed policy towards north korea --- >> sean: bill clinton failed this country.. that's why we are here tonight.s >> we have to move on from that. what did george bush do?
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nothing. what about george bush? >> i would agree that it is failed policy over a decade that led us to where it was. >> sean: it was clinton that gave him the money and let him keep the rods. >> and obama that led to it all grow up under his administration. >> sean: are we going to look in a few years at a ran and 150 billion obama gave the mullahs and we are in the same position and said, bribery could work? >> the way that people are treating the president, how are they going to explain if therebe is a mishap based on they rhetoric that they are putting out there? >> sean: final question, is it possible at this point in time that we can learn the lesson that's bribing rogue dictatorships does not work with obama into the mullahs and clinton in the north koreans? >> saying that the deal is actually a force, they are playing by the rules, those are trump officials.s.
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donald trump says all sorts of things. but remember -- >> sean: what does that have to do with my question? did we learn that appeasement does not work?n: >> but with the north koreans, you are talking about the >> until they fire a nuclear weapon until you decide that appeasement does not work, they called reagan crazy and reagan took out russia's power without firing a shot. >> sean: when we come back, a very special guests, the final word, straight ahead. ♪ for millions who suffer from schizophrenia a side effect of their medication...
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ask your gastroenterologist about entyvio. entyvio. relief and remission within reach. ♪ >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." singer, songwriter, and trump supporters here to deliver the final word. she wore a make america great again dressed to the grammys.
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tonight, she will explain why she supports the president. you get the final word. >> here is today's final word. why do i love president trump so much? first of all, we finally have a warrior in the white house. he is not afraid to say what he means and mean what he says. he says he's going to deliver jobs, he delivers jobs. he says we will increase security, we increase security. he upholds the constitution and protects religious freedom. people don't understand how easy it is to be misaligned and looked over when you have a president who doesn't care about your needs. but in america, we have so much freedom because donald trump is in the white house. our commander in chief is not only a warrior in the white house, but he is a lying and the white house. and i, for one, feel better about being an american. that has been today's final word. i am joy villa. >> sean: by the way, i've become a big fan of her music. you can enjoy it and get it on youtube or whatever fine records and cds are sold. that is all the time we have
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left for this evening. as always, thanks for being with us. we will never be part of the establishment, destroy trump media. we appreciate your support. >> mark: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson" tonight. i'm mark steyn filling in for tucker while he vacations with his family. president trump vowing fire and fury if kim jong-un's regime goes too far and was bashed by many people in washington. if they hope to change the president's behavior, they clearly don't understand him. today trump said his own regret was that he may not have been tough enough. >> frankly, the people that were questioning that statement, was it too tough, maybe it wasn't


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