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ignite. that's all real, by the way. tune in every night to the show that is the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity and groupthink. have a fantastic night, sean hannity is next. good night from washington. ♪ >> sean: welcome to hannity and this is a fox news alert. president trump is in beijing for a highly anticipated sitdown, meeting with china's president. we will bring that live when it happens, but first we are following several major breaking stories tonight. tonight it has been one year, remember where you work, since president trump's historic and massive landslide election victory. since then, the mainstream media, the left in this country have been in full on freak out mode. we will highlight all of the out-of-control insanity and obstruction. then, the left still giddy from last night's election results, but they are not telling you the truth about what it really means. we will set the record straight. also, former dnc chair
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donna brazile continues to spill the democrats' dark secrets. we will have all the new resolutions from donna brazile's tell-all book. in later tonight, breaking new details, a special "hannity" monologue. we will tell you all about how the clintons bought and paid for the fake news russian dossier. we have no information tonight. also, former white house chief strategist steve bannon is coming here, we will react to all of this. but first tonight's breaking news opening monologue. where were you one year ago tonight? a historic milestone. it's been one year since donald trump was elected the 45th president of the united states. the president pulled off one of the biggest upsets american politics has ever seen by easily defeating hillary clinton. the president celebrated the anniversary by tweeting out "congratulations to all the deplorable's in the millions of people who gave us a massive 304-227 electoral college landslide victory."
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president trump's big win happen despite in media and political class that was all unified and stopping him from reaching the oval office. we can't forget how all the pundits, all the pollsters, all the experts, all the people in the know, the ones that talk to each other 24/7, they all thought it was impossible for you to elect donald trump, you may remember this. >> donald trump has been saying that he will run for president as a republican, which is surprising, because i just assumed he was running as a joke. >> do it! just do it! look at me, do it! i will personally write you a campaign check now on behalf of this country, which does not want you to be president, but which badly want you to run. >> this man has got the momentum, and we better be ready for the fact that he might be leading the republican ticket. [laughter] >> i know you don't believe tha that. >> sorry to laugh. >> which republican candidate has the best chance of winning
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the general election? >> of the declared ones right now? right now, donald trump. >> mr. trump, to answer your call for political honesty, i just want to say, you are not going to be president. all right? it has been fun. >> president obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the united states! at real donald trump. at least i will go down as a president. >> donald trump has won the state of arkansas. fox can also project that donald trump will win the states of kansas, north dakota, south dakota, texas, and wyoming and we are about to make a major call. fox news' decision desk is not projecting that donald trump has won the state of north carolina. projecting that donald trump will win the state of utah. >> a victory for donald trump in
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ohio can be called by the fox news decision desk at this point. iowa will go to donald trump. >> donald trump has won the state of wisconsin. >> donald trump will win the state of florida. >> the fox news decision desk has called pennsylvania for donald trump. this means that donald trump will be the 45th president of the united states. >> nothing better. where were you then hearing those swing states one after another call for president trump that night. members of the abusively biased press in this country, you all look like idiots, because you all predicted donald trump never stood a chance. and then, after he won, you became hysterical. let's take a look. >> america is crying tonight. i'm not sure how much of america, but a very significant portion, i mean literally cryin crying.
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this is a sadness, it is a warning moment for those people, and it is a moment filled with . >> our country is about to face some serious crises, so buckle up. your country needs you. >> it's a pretty extraordinary thing to say if you have a son in the marine corps, and that you don't trust the commander in chief. people in the military defend the constitution. >> this was a white flash against a changing country. it was a white flash against a black president in part. >> sean: it's funny, but it's also pathetic and it shows you just how abusively biased and corrupt and dishonest the media in this country really is. the media, they couldn't understand why donald trump won, what he was victorious that night. the night of election night, usually a night off for me, but i was encouraged by my boss at the time to call and enjoy my
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fox news colleagues to exclaim why he won. this is election night one year ago tonight. >> to me this was predictable, but on the other hand, this is a modern day political miracle you were witnessing before your eyes right now. that is, to go up against everybody, and all the pundits and all the pollsters and all the prognosticators out there, and defy all the odds. and it's the american people that have said enough is enough. they are tired of the corruption, the cesspool, draining the swamp. all of these things were resonating. when you look at a state like wisconsin, what are they saying? they want their jobs back, they want the labor participation rate to be lower, in other words more people having jobs. they want america to be energy independent. they are tired of all horrible educational system. they are tire of obamacare rates going through the roof. this is not complicated, what's happening right now is not working, and donald trump has gone out there and outworked hillary clinton and he put
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forward a much better agenda, and america said enough is enough with failed policies. that's what this election was about. >> sean: that was one year ago tonight. don't forget that just about every single news outlet but the fox news channel was exposed by wikileaks and juliana sanchez having colluded with the clinton campaign. of course there's the liberal crybaby snowflakes. this is the video of hillary clinton's election headquarters after president trump delivered that crushing defeat a year ago tonight. they are probably still crying tonight in mommy and daddy's basement because they were triggered by what happened. we also saw schools, remember, colleges, they were offering these poor grieving spoiled brats counseling. all the liberals needed things like therapy dogs, hot cocoa, plato, just to cope. in retrospect it's actually laughable how lame these people were and how out of touch by the way -- for example hollywood liberals and celebrities, they
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join this collective left wing freak out launching all kinds of vicious and vile attacks against president trump, and it has gone on for an entire year. watch this. >> how dare he say the things he does, of course i want to punch him in the face. >> yes, i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. i am a nasty woman. i'm not as nasty as a man who looks like ebay's and chito dust. >> one was the last time an actor assassinated the presiden president? [cheers and applause] >> let me clarify, i'm not an actor. i live for a living. however, it's been a while. and maybe it's time. >> sean: what a year, and if
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you thought that was bad, remember kathy griffin's disgusting photo shoot that we always have to give the viewer warning about because it is so graphic? here she is posing like an isa spider with a fake, blood he had that looks like president trump. and if that wasn't enough, it was the shakespeare in the park playing for a trump like character was assassinated on stage. this liberal hatred for one year, no bounds do they know. and of course the destroy trump media, they got in on all the action. they have become so unhinged, lying, dishonesty at a level we have never seen before. we had to know coin new terms just to describe them. trump derangement syndrome. the reit medias from psychosis. >> there's a sign out there that is hung up in the white house, or outside the white house and if you are not white you are not especially welcome. >> this is a man who is not well. he alternated between being a whiny 6-year-old who had his nintendo taken away, and between being the cranky old man who was out there condemning everyone
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who doesn't worship him adequately late. >> donald trump, short of maybe only woodrow wilson and andrew jackson, is being himself more than any other previous president with disgraceful racial views. >> we can truly say his words of absolutely emboldened whites and pharmacists. >> it's a tough night, i think, for normal people. a lot of people at home going through kleenex right now. >> i'm just hurt. i'm sitting here hurt, and i think a lot of people are hurt tonight. >> the presidency itself is in question. our relationships around the world, in question. trust in the president himself, in question. >> he said today, america first. it was not just a racial -- i shouldn't say racial, the larry and back onto it. >> is donald trump competent to be president? >> president trump saying america first, tonight president trump himself first. >> a little whiff of fascism tonight, fair to say. >> here you have a deranged
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president, or a pathologically lying president lying about -- >> trumps critics, those who are worried about this president and this white house, saw a live special television event brought to my narcissism, thin skin, chaos, and deeply personal grievances. >> sean: imagine saying those things about president obama. never. this media has treated president trump so badly, even former democratic president jimmy carter was forced to admit he has never seen anything like it. by the way, the unprecedented obstruction from the democrats. if president trump could literally cure cancer, turn water into wine, and poverty, and the left in this country and the media would still never give them credit. they hate him that much. and democrats have now made it clear their goal is simple. to damage and to destroy this president by any means necessary. just look at the last year. it is beyond disgusting, and it is a tremendous disservice to you, the american people. especially the forgotten men and
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women that this election was about. i have been telling you there have been five forces actively working against the president. they are doing it before, they are doing it now. the deep state, the democratic party, the destroy trump ever corrupt media, never-trumper's, and weak republicans. they are against them even more today. all they care about is their hatred, they live on this hatred for donald trump. also tonight, democrats and liberal media, they are ecstatic. they won back a couple of races last night, and they were all predicted to win back those races and solid liberal blue states. now take a look at how the media reacted to democrats winning, let's say states that donald trump didn't win. watch this. >> it feels like tonight's history is being written by movie writers. it is so dramatic. >> on the subtle movie writers. >> this is a repudiation of donald trump that will be heard around virginia, around the nation, and yes, around the world. the whole world is watching.
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>> stinging reviews. >> a tough election night for president trump the g.o.p. democrats with wins in virginia, new jersey. >> all eyes were on virginia, perhaps the biggest political prize. this is voters 'has for a strong rebuke of president trump. >> talk about when he comes back to washington, it may be has forbidden city. it was a night of total diversity, and i think that not only rejection of trump, it was basically a rejection of he stood for. >> sean: they didn't act like that a year ago. oh, they were at a funeral a year ago. you listen to that you would think the democrats won the presidency and super majorities in congress, but that's not even close to what happened. here's what it happen. democrats scored predictable victories that donald trump didn't win in 2016. new jersey, shocker. new york. the commonwealth of virginia. washington state. it was not a rebuke of the white house, not even really surprising. let's take virginia's
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gubernatorial race. ed gillespie lost. he was too timid. the president even tweeted. "ed gillespie worked hard but he didn't embrace me or what i stand for. don't forget republicans won 4 out of 4 house seats, and with the economy doing record number numbers, will continue to win even bigger than before." ed gillespie had the chance. steve bannon, he will join us in a minute, he offered to campaign for gillespie, but his team declined. the president offered to campaign. then in the great liberal bastion of new jersey, a democrat is going to be the governor next year. that's not surprising when you look at governor chris christie's poll numbers. sorry, chris, but look at it. hovering around 15%. couldn't be a dogcatcher with those numbers. that's the lowest in the nation. the worst number quinnipiac is found in any state more than 20 years. it's already incredibly difficult for a publican to win in new jersey. he deserves credit for winning, his poll numbers made it impossible this time.
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the media will never report that is the reason. they also never reported on these facts. you want to look at a president that had a tough time? look at obama while he was in the oval office. democrats lost the presidency, 13 u.s. senate seats, 64 u.s. house seats, 13 governorships, and 33 statehouses. that is an electoral title wave. what happened last night was not. no matter how the left-wing media tries to spin it. before we move on, i do want to issue a stern warning tonight to congressional republicans, especially spineless ones in the senate. if you don't start passing the president's agenda, the things that you promised, one year from tonight you are going to face the consequences of the 2018 midterms. you know what? republicans, american people are sick of you making all kinds of promises for the past eight plus years and failing miserably to keep them. you break your promises, you will pay out the polls. and by the way, it will not be donald trump's fault.
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finally tonight, we just explain to democrats, they are all smiles last night, but not a year ago, but they shouldn't be, because their party is in total shambles tonight. thanks to former dnc chairwoman donna brazile, we are now finding out how crooked, how deeply crooked, corrupt, and frankly what a lying democratic machine clinton and her party friends were. for example, donna brazile revealed that she was told that she didn't need to know about who was funding the fake news anti-trump russian propaganda lion garcia? really? watch this. >> i have a question for you, and i hope you answer this honestly, because there are a lot of questions about this russian dossier, and the evidence that has come out that the dnc help fund it. did you know that was happening, and were you surprised to hear it? >> i asked one question on november 4th, and i was told that i did not need to know, so no, i did not know. >> sean: didn't need to know? donna brazile told to stop asking questions, and that the dossier is none of her business. she's only the chairwoman of the dnc.
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she replaced debbie wasserman schultz, and she did it for no pay and also said she had no idea debbie wasserman schultz on the current dnc leadership has also denied any involvement in it. who knew about the dossier? does you just heard, donna brazile, what she was just saying, she was kept in the dark because she didn't control the money, and as she revealed, it was actually hillary clinton and her campaign that controlled the purse strings at the dnc. they had the authority, by the way, when it came to strategy, personnel, decision, budgeting, data, analytics and mailings. poor bernie. also blasts fake news fake jake tapper in her book saying she felt betrayed by him after criticizing her for leaking democratic debate questions to hilary. remember, donna brazile pointed out it was hillary clinton's idea to pay those agitators to follow donald trump around. brazile also admitted that president trump was right about democrats pay and post, protesters. also, brazile was right and that
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the book in the clinton campaign was called. breitbart news chairman, mr. bannon, where were you one year ago tonight? >> i was with the president in the board room on the 14th floor of our campaign headquarters, and then went up to the residents when it got closer to victory. >> sean: let me ask you about yesterday, because you have been very outspoken. you are tired of weak republicans, but more importantly, they are trying to say last night was a referendum on donald trump. true or false? >> definitely falls. what we had is an establishment candidate, ed gillespie won a primary, very hard fought primary against corey stewart, and then really didn't try to embrace president trump or relieve the trump program until very late, where he just kind of basically talked about some of the issues, which i thought he should try to do more of. he never invited president trump, i think he had president bush campaign with him, marco rubio, condoleezza
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rice. they didn't invite president trump, they didn't invite cory stewart, who really is the teachable head of the trump movement. i think there are a lot of things that gillespie could have done and in hindsight he wishes he had done more to get the trump faithful. we lost by ten points. i'm a virginian and i never had a lot of confidence. it was never in our battle plan that we were going to win virginia. i thought even with donald trump the head of the ticket we would get one or two points, we lost it by five points. virginia, because of northern virginia, it's really not a purple state anymore, it's a blue state. when donald trump wins 304 electoral votes and wins states like wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania, ohio, iowa, and comes within one point in minnesota. when he loses virginia by five points, it shows you. >> sean: what you make of the revelation -- >> gillespie needed to embrace donald trump much more. >> sean: now i know that the
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fix was in, trump was right. bernie sanders -- the system was right, i will use donna brazile's words, in the primary. she also tried to fix the general election because now we know clinton herself paid for the phony russian dossier that others were spreading around all these lies, russian life that she paid for. the fix was in there, the fix was in comey rights her exoneration before he ever did in exoneration. the fix was in on the tarmac when bill clinton met with loretta ranch. there's a lot of fixing the clinton is involved in. your reaction after the fact? >> gai, organization i was a terminal, we did the clinton cash book and drill down on uranium one to find all the nefarious activities around that that we hope that the judiciary committee and eventually the attorney general sessions -- i hope you points a special counsel, a special prosecutor to go after that. what you are seeing in the democratic party, the corruption of it is we started a triple war
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in europe and part of this for route the last really eight or nine years against the republican establishment. that's how eric cantor got blown out as a republican leader. john banner got sent home. that's how so many seats were won at the congressional level in the house in congress by conservatives. the conservative movement has really been at war with the republican establishment in this kind of internal civil war for many years. the democrats haven't done it and that set from day one that bernie sanders in the campaign against hillary clinton was really -- the thing was right, you could kind of tell that, but i say it was like a pillow fight. he never really went after her with all the material that was out there about uranium one, and it was in clinton cash. i think you are seeing with the donna brazile revelations, really the beginning of the civil war and the democratic party. >> sean: in the republican party aiming. >> no, in the democratic party. i think that is starting -- i think it started last night. even won election victory in a e
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state like virginia is not going to be able to gloss over that. i think you will see democrats and the progressive left really go after the wall street cronies of clinton that control the democratic party and i think you will have a lot of division in the democratic party in the years to come. >> sean: stay right there, we will have more with steve bannon right after this. before we go to the break, by the way, you think the media over the last year has lost their collective minds? what we just judge over president trump. you can go to my facebook page now import and nl pole poll. at war with bannon, an important monologue, breaking news tonight on the breaking news tonight, the uranium one dossier, straight ahead.
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♪ >> sean: welcome back to "hannity" as we continue with former white house chief strategist steve bannon with us. i go over this whole thing, now we know that hillary basically and stole the primary. the evidence is overwhelming and incontrovertible. then she tried to, by spending money, we know she spent the money, she controlled the dnc, they spent the money, and they paid for this phony russian dossier, russian lies, propaganda, to influence the american people, bought and paid for by clinton. then we got this whole issue of uranium one, mueller new in 2009 about -- and so did eric holder about bribery, extortion, kickbacks, money laundering, and
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racketeering. a year later, the uranium one deal goes through. steve, we have to import uranium because we don't have enough uranium in this country. no one has ever given any simple -- why would we ever, knowing especially the crimes committed by putin's thugs in this country, ever allow putin control of 20% of our uranium? and i'm not even talking about the clintons getting more money in speaking fees and 145 million kickbacks to the foundation. when you look at these things in light of what is going on for years when there is no evidence of trump-russia collusion as dianne feinstein said on sunday, what are your thoughts? >> i think what you are seeing is that the opposition party media, the progressive left, democrats and the corporatists are trying to nullify the 2016 election. it's very obvious what is going on. i'm here in macomb county michigan, which is the home of the reagan democrats that gave president trump an overwhelming victory on election night, and actually had the free press
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reversed their call of the state of michigan for hillary clinton and give it later to donald trump. the working men and women of this county are the ones that did it. what you are seeing is that the elites in this country don't want the people in macomb county to have a voice. they are trying to nullify the 2016 election, and they are doing it every underhanded -- that's why the entire russian collusion thing is a joke. >> sean: but steve, there was collusion. hillary clinton bought and paid for russian lies. use whatever term you want. >> that's incumbent to me upon grassley and the committee and also senator sessions. if mueller won't pick this up in his investigation when he is now looking at tax returns like paul manafort and charges of wire fraud and things that happened ten years ago, then it seems to me that senator sessions has to look into the clinton situation, particularly uranium one. i think a special counsel ought to be designated for uranium one.
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>> sean: an email server. there is crimes on the email server. known crimes, cover-up, obstruction, espionage. all of these things we gone through. i won't repeat them, but you're right, 20% of uranium, really? and mueller new. how could he investigate anything russia? let me ask you a political question. i know this is important because you have said you were going after those people. we see people like ben sasse and jeff flake and john mccain, they hate the president. they haven't gotten a single thing accomplished. to the credit of the house, the house to pass almost 300 bills, including sanctuary cities -- they got some work done and they passed a health care bill, imperfect, but they got it done. and my question is this: isn't it at the end that you and reince priebus, he is more establishment than you, you are a conservative outsider kind of like i think we agree on a lot of politics, though you are wrong on not cutting taxes for everybody, but that is another night. you guys made it work.
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why can't the republicans -- maybe they don't like him personally, look at his agenda and say -- i asked him what part of his agenda beyond, say, trade, that isn't conservative? is his tax plan, except for the knot the knot across the board not conservative, immigration not conservative? >> listen, this is what i gave the speech about tonight, winning more victories in the future. reince priebus and i came together as soon as i was designated ceo of the campaign. the only thing we want in the 85 days we had to go it was put together the coalition. we have the religious right, the tea party groups, the populace, the economic nationalist, and the republican establishment. we had a great working relationship. we had a great working relationship in the white house. i think what you are seeing is really the donor class and particularly in the united states senate with mitch mcconnell. the house has actually voted on -- i think it's 180 bills that the senate has not taken up, including many bills would be a very difficult vote for joe
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manchin and claire mccaskill and jon tester and heidi heitkamp and all of these red state democrats that we need to take down in 2018. mitch mcconnell has refused to do it and i will tell you, i'm to the point that i think mitch mcconnell, to really bring unity to the republican party and get things done, i think mitch mcconnell ought to tender his resignation. what he ought to do is offer to resign as soon as taxes are done. we can't do it in the middle of taxes. but i think mitch mcconnell tomorrow should tender his resignation and say after we get taxes done i will step aside and we will have a revote on majority leader. i have to tell you, there needs to be a sense of urgency in the senate. over the last about week -- they've now are going to work six days a week, talking about canceling thanksgiving. they passed the budget, they are starting to move on federal charges, but that's all because quite frankly we put the spotlight on mitch mcconnell and said that this guy is just not supporting the president, and he's not supporting the president. he's going to drain the swamp. >> sean: he is not helping the forgotten men and women, the
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people in this country -- their inactivity, their lack of urgency, if not helping. the president just by getting rid of burdens and obama era regulations, look what has happened to the economy. imagine how they would explode the economy with this bill. they have given up on reagan supply-side conservative tax cuts across the board. it reagan went from 70-28% rates, this is a private issue you when i disagree with on that part. they're great on the corporate tax cuts. great on the repatriation. the president has been great on energy independence. that all stimulates the economy, manufacturing, factories will be felt as a result. >> look, this tax package is not perfect. i really don't think it's fundamental tax reform. i think what we are looking at now is a tax cut. let's get this tax cut through. look, president trump's policies on economic nationalism have the economy growing at over 3% right now. all the geniuses at msnbc and cnn, "the wall street journal," they never thought that president trump would get to 3%
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on his economic nationalism. the lowest hispanic on employment rate in 11 years, the lowest black unemployment at 17 years, wages are starting to rise among the working class and construction and agriculture. more business investment. his program is working, his program of saying i'm going to have tariffs, quotas and less you start putting your factories in the united states, its working. >> sean: i agree with you on mcconnell, step up, get the job done or get out. i'm tired of it. >> he should tender his resignation tonight, or after the tax cuts. >> sean: we appreciate you coming on the program, thank you. when we come back, new information about donna brazile about the clinton corruption. you will hear directly from donna next, and what a fiery debate davis and doug, don't miss that. ♪ . fortunately, there's rocket mortgage by quicken loans. apply simply. understand fully. mortgage confidently.
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he is set to meet with the chinese president. we are bringing that to you live as it happens also tonight. former dnc chairwoman donna brazile continues to make the media rounds for her new tell-all book. listen to what she had to say about hillary clinton's campaign, this is amazing. >> bottom line for us, why did they lose? was it, at the end of the day, arrogance? >> yes. it was a cold. i felt like it was a cult, you could not penetrate them. i am a grassroots organizing. i know street politics better than i know sweet politics. i know how to touch people with a live, work, play and pray. i cannot help a candidate if i don't have the resources, if i cannot spend the resources that the party is raising because there is a blind agreement between a campaign. >> sean: joining us now with reaction, former white house special counsel to the president, lenny davis is back. former national justice director for bernie sanders with us.
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and doug. i want you to address him. he's probably the biggest, best bff friends with hillary clinto hillary clinton. >> and sean hannity. >> sean: okay, fair point, we get along really well. what do you have to say to him as a burning supporter? about knowing that it was? and you were disenfranchised? >> i watched the interview before with donna brazile, and she tried to kind of use the word cancer instead of rigged, and i was sitting in there watching, no matter what word we use, cancer, leukemia, lupus, some on the scale, the bottom line is it was rigged, it was tipped in their favor. and in order to really move forward as a party, every day that we continue to keep denying the obvious fact that there was an agreement that was made
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outside of the fund-raising agreement that said that they had total control of strategy, you will continue to see people, not just bernie sanders supporters, but those who actually believe that this american democratic process that will continue to be offended by the audacity of those who are trying to spin this into something else other than the truth, which as it was, and hillary clinton's favor long before she became the nominee. >> sean: respond to that. >> hillary clinton defeated a person i ever expected greatly, bernie sanders, by 4 million votes. she changed the majority of the election delegates. she succeeded -- you can use adjectives like rigged and whatever. you didn't interrupt my distinguished friend. >> sean: on helping you out, i'm educating the audience. >> 4 million votes for hillary clinton more than bernie sanders, and she won a majority of elected delegates.
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the dnc memo that i respect donna very much, and she was offended by that agreement. i assure you there's nobody rational who would say that agreement is why hillary clinton defeated bernie sanders by 4 million more votes. >> you are playing a game with the american people. in order to win superdelegates, those people have power to make the decision. i worked on the ground, and superdelegates have power to tell their communities, the communities that trusted the superdelegates, to tell these people which way to go. when you have a commissioner in a town that is saying i support hillary clinton, naturally her voters are going to follow that superdelegate. >> sean: let me bring in doug. >> to play a game as if you don't -- >> sean: we have to get everyone in. >> 4 million more votes. >> sean: okay, but she cheated. >> 4 million more lies. >> sean: hang on. she controlled personnel, she controlled the purse strings, they had a secret agreement. they have all been out there line. central signed the same
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agreement, life. they are saying the clinton-dnc agreement only apply to the general, live. they say that evidence has emerged that the contents of the wikileaks email were doctored, alive. >> this is all doctored. about 4 million votes are this, it was a basically corrupt deal used to give her a massive leg up, and superdelegates, and most of all in fund-raising. i think what we are here we shouldn't lose sight of the fact that there was the dossier, 12-$13 million. how did it get paid for, what did it come up with? we need a special prosecutor. >> sean: melania drum, we will keep that up on the screen, live in china. you need a special prosecutor. lanny, look, i love you. but you've got to -- i don't really love you, i like it was a friend, but you have got to say
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here one hillary clinton, now it's right and she signed a special agreement, she is in control of hiring, she's in control of money, personnel, and all of that was said, that's rigging. that is disenfranchising. all that superdelegate -- we all knew she rigged it, and i know you like her, i know you are friends with her, i know you love the clinton's, but when you are disenfranchising americans that really wanted bernie to win, and you are trying to do the same thing in the general election, bought and paid for russian lies, you have to say, you've got to say the clinton's are just crooked, corrupt. >> and it's a shame. >> i was for her in the primary, and i moved away from her because i couldn't stand what i was seeing. >> sean: let's get him in, he's going to yell at me in a minute. >> doug and i are old friends, and we have some disagreements, but i just stay with facts.
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i did mention superdelegates, i mentioned average people across the country, 9 out of 10 african-americans voted for hillary clinton at the ballot box. >> it was. you said -- i'm sorry. sean, roll the tape. use of the majority of superdelegates. sir, i'm sorry. let's roll the tape. go ahead, be quiet then. feel free to be quiet. he said the majority to be -- let's roll the tape. >> elected delegates. >> you said the majority of superdelegates. >> no i didn't. >> over one-third voted for hillary clinton. yes you did. >> elected. because they voted for hillary clinton because they were told to, period, end of discussion. >> she won a majority of its elected delegates, that's a fact. i know that makes you unhappy. >> because they were told to, that's a fact. >> what i would say is she won the nomination -- if i could
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finish, please. she won the nomination, the game was rigged, the russian dossier stinks. i moved away, i said there would be a constitutional crisis if she was elected. we are effectively having one without her being in the oval office. all i will say is if we will look at the russian deal on the republican side, look at it on the democratic side. what's wrong with that? be one what's wrong with that? what would be wrong with looking at these very issues? she bought and paid for russian lies that were meant to impact the american people, and may have been used to cause a judge to make a decision for a pfizer warrant and surveillance. we will find out soon if that's true. i suspect it might have been used -- >> as you know, shawn, i'm interested how moving away has changed when i say a fact and he doesn't address whether it's a fact or not. >> i said what you were saying more facts, but there were
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larger issues. >> hillary clinton was the popular leader and victor, what happened at the dnc, i have respect donna brazile. she said to me today, disrespected, and i honor her feelings. we've been friends for 30 years, but she also said that agreement didn't affect 4 million people more than bernie sanders won. 9 out of 10 african-americans, and elected delegates. [indistinct] >> those are all facts. >> sean: we just agree to disagree, all of us. the audience can decide. let me bring this up. do you know that america doesn't have enough uranium? america has to import uranium. in 2009, our government, that means our fbi, they had an informant, and they discovered a network of vladimir putin thugs, the hostile regime of russia, the unsavory character
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vladimir putin. vladimir putin had people using bribery, extortion, money laundering, and kickbacks, and also racketeering so that he could gain a foothold in the uranium market in america. mueller knew it, and so did eric holder. eric holder, like hillary, signed off to get 20% control of america's uranium to vladimir putin. at the time, bill clinton's speaking fees doubled and then 145 plus million associated with people from -- that benefited from the deal, got kicked back to the clinton foundation. why can you answer -- why would america need to -- knowing what they know about crimes, ever sign off on a deal that gave control to russia? why would you ever do that? >> let me give you three facts. number one, the deal would not allow any export of any uranium. >> it has happened already. >> sean: fact, it happened.
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fact. >> that's a fact. >> sean: lanny. >> it went to europe, he went to canada and it probably went to asia. >> those are facts. >> sean: you have to keep up with the news. >> if you are not allowing me to speak then no one will understand all my great facts. >> sean: go ahead. >> second fact, the nuclear regulatory commission, utah, conservative republicans approve the deal. third fact, 18 federal agencies approved the deal. and hillary clinton had nothing to do with the approval. >> sean: how do you explain 145 million -- -- >> the defense department, the treasury department. in the utah regulatory commission. all conservative republicans. >> just get an independent look. >> sean: here are some of the
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facts. hang on. >> the u.s. regulatory commission. >> i would like to know. it let's investigate >> sean: let's investigate. help me out. >> investigate them all! [indistinct] >> sean: why afterwards did they get $145 million kickback to the clinton foundation, and why doesn't hillary at least give that money back, and why don't we hire the special counsel to be fair and balanced, and we have a special prosecutor, dianne feinstein said on sunday, no evidence of trump-russia collusion. they've been at this a year with zero evidence. if she paid for a dossier, bought and paid for russian lies to rake the general election ann she gets all this money, she signed off on, her department, on russian uranium that did leave the country.
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why would anyone give away uranium when we don't have enough? >> listen, i know this upsets you when i do facts and you do rhetoric. >> are you calling me a liar? i gave you facts. tell me one thing i said that is not true. >> your logic is the following. the rooster crows and the sun rises, therefore if the rooster causes the sun to rise. >> sean: cute, very cute. >> by the way, i don't buy that logic, but some people do. >> guess what some people also do? it's also called the chickens come home to roost. the bottom line says you bring it up, let's talk about the chickens coming home to roost as well. it's okay, he's delusional, i get it. it is a good line, it is also very true. i know it hurts, halloween is over, take the costume off. take the clinton costume off. we've been tricked and we've been treated so at the end of the day it's over with, it's over, get over it, we will all heal, we will all move forward.
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i do have some awesome lines, to be quite honest with you. but it's also the facts. >> i like that. >> sean: go ahead. >> let's just admit -- >> sean: whether he likes it or not, there's going to be a special prosecutor. there's going to be a special counsel appointed in all this, and i would say, and lanny is a good lawyer. >> it could happen. >> sean: he's got to know. it's like bill clinton said, we were alone, but i never really thought we were alone. okay. you didn't know? >> to me, this is really simple. there are questions that begged answers. $13,000,000.01 from perkins cole out for this dossier and nobody knows where this money came fro. let's investigate, what did steele get, what did the russians get? >> sean: let's all speak at once know. lanny, i have a question. we now know that hillary clinton paid for the lying, salacious
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dossier. she paid, and the dnc that she ran paid. she paid $9 million from her campaign. she even admitted it. it was full of lies, it was full of salacious lies. it was full of russian lies, propaganda, disinformation. hillary clinton's campaign paid for it. why don't we do what doug said and investigate and find the truth? why would you be against that? >> it's pretty simple. let's investigate. if you are a fair-minded man. >> i don't know what that has to do with the tsunami that occurred against donald trump last night in virginia. so many adjectives -- you and i can talk over each other. >> sean: lanny, why don't we just find the truth out? here's my simple question, why would hillary pay for a lion dossier from this group -- the
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russian dossier with salacious lies? trying to influence our election. >> salacious, is that a adjective? >> salacious being -- the reports that donald trump was in the ritz with two hookers peeing in the bed. that was the lie. >> virginia's tsunami last nigh night. >> we are talking last what happened and what may have been down that was wrong. it left investigate. sure, lanny, the democrats did when back in virginia, that is a fact, but it has nothing to do with this conversation. >> sean: they didn't win new jersey -- the tsunami against donald trump, a repudiation of steve bennett's economic nationalism. nine percentage points. >> sean: why did hillary pay $9 million for what turns out to be russian lies to influence the american electorate in this
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country? russian lies, and she even admits it. >> if you don't interrupt me, i will give you the answer. >> sean: i'm waiting. >> the investment made in opposition research by both the trump campaign, which happen to have donald trump jr. saying i love it when meeting with a russian agent within a few floors of his dad, and paying for research dossier that contains some elements of truth and some elements not of truth. one is collusion with the government because there was an agent in the room. another is paying for opposition research. those are facts that distinguish the two, but you may not agree with that. >> must be fair, let's go investigate and see what the real truth is on the uranium deal. >> sean: let's go back. go ahead. >> i appreciate you calling me a fair man. >> you are a fair man, and i think what he's saying is if there is nothing to hide, there's nothing to see her, let's open up the box and let's
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see. there's enough investigation to go around, there's enough indictments to go around. let's go ahead and see what happened, let's see what happened with the dnc as well. let's open up the books, let's see what donald is talking about. let's get to the bottom of it. let's look for a healing process. i just don't think you are doing any democrats -- were not doing the party any favors by continuing to spin this into anything other than -- >> sean: lanny mama let me ask a question. >> i will tell you what donna told me on the phone today. what she said today is that she had deep feelings that -- offended feelings that i feel badly about. she's been a great friend of mine for many years. she also said that what happened at the dnc did not influence the result of hillary clinton winning. >> sean: that would be speculation. >> donna brazile said to me today -- >> sean: she said to you, but she said in her book raked. it was but that aside. let me ask you this. lanny. help me out here. put on your legal hat.
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2009, we had an fbi informant that was able to penetrate an effort by vladimir putin to corner a part of our uranium market. they discovered based on emails, documents, his, and tape recordings, and him being inside the network, they discovered bribery, extortion, racketeering, money laundering and kickbacks occurred. this is what they discovered. robert mueller was the fbi director in 2009. this is before the 2010 uranium one deal. why would robert mueller be allowed to investigate -- as you can see, there's the first lady melania trump in china as we speak, in beijing, beyond historic, which we also should be talking about. why would robert mueller have any moral authority, and why doesn't he have to recuse himself with anything russia, because he knew what putin was doing, he knew the crimes that were being committed in our
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country, and he didn't, obviously, lift a finger to stop it, and stop the uranium deal when that was the whole goal of putin from the beginning? put your legal hat on. this is about hillary. >> let me respond. let me respond. the last time i heard donald trump described putin, he described him as a great man, russia as a great country, and his son was meeting with -- 's be are ducking. >> answer the question. >> i just did. if robert mueller is supposed to investigate as the fbi director, he had nothing to hold him back. >> that's why we need a special prosecutor and the new attorney general. all these russian thugs that you have described, the president of united states -- >> sean: let me ask another question, do you think it is unethical that bill clinton -- two legal questions, was unethical that bill clinton met with loretta lynch just days
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before her decision on the tarmac for a private meeting, that's number one, and was it unethical for james comey to write an exoneration of hillary before he even did the investigation and interview the key witnesses? >> and using the word grossly negligent. >> sean: is that ethically wrong? i know you love the clintons, but at some point you have to at some point step out of your partisanship. tell the truth. is loretta lynch wrong? wasn't wrong, the meeting on the tarmac? >> the answer is no. they talked about grandchildren. >> sean: according to you. do you believe that? i don't. >> that's what both of them said. >> sean: i did not have sex with that woman, not one time. known for lying. >> you asked me about james comey, let's talk about that. now we can all agree, james comey acted unethically to offer opinion on hillary clinton as the head of the fbi. what he did was a firing offense. he had no right to offer -- >> sean: fair answer.
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we agree. next question, counselor. >> james comey's lack of judgment and exit nomadic ethic. >> why do you believe the guy that said i did not with her a single time, lied to her face, hillary as light for a year about the dossier. why should we believe the clintons, why do you believe the clintons with their history of lies? if they lie a lot, and they have been caught a lot. >> compared to the president of the united states, who i think we are up to over 1,000 currently. the inauguration -- in the history of america. the answer is that the clinton apologized to the american people, -- >> sean: you admit he lied? >> special prosecutor for both. >> donald trump can't say the words i'm sorry for lying, so that's your answer. >> sean: i didn't ask you about donald trump.
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lanny, thank you. you are a good. great to see you. you are right on the special counsel. at the present, we are awaiting his bilateral meeting in beijing with the chinese president. laura ingraham takes it from >> thanks for joining us. a fantastic "angle" for you tonight. the criminal leaks coming out of the muller investigation and the latest bombshell from donna brazile about hillary clinton and the party apparatus. president trump is expected to hold a joint press conference with president xi jinping in china. first tonight's "angle." one year ago donald trump defied

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