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words. anyway, i did like the baby picture. i have not seen this in your. sean spicer is here. let not your heart be troubled, we are always here. we are not the destroy trumped electronic media. laura ingraham. did you like the baby picture? 's going to do? this happened to me in 1995 when i was on the cover of "new york times." they always make the conservative look scary. >> sean: dig that up and show that us to. >> laura: i will get right to. that the leopard skin mini-skirt, i borrowed. sean, thank you very much. good evening from washington. we will get right to it tonight. a first lady double standard. the focus of tonight's "angle." she's gracious, generous and
beautiful inside and out. so, if melania trump were a liberal, this would be a non-stop love fest from the media. but since she is married to president trump, it's a different story. the first lady's shoes were wrong during hurricane relief. they mocked her accent in the lord's prayer before a rally. now according to some invest media, she can't even decorate the white house for christmas properly. let's recall, how michelle obama was treated when she rolled out her white house decorations. >> the next stop the red room. cranberries and fruit trees. >> we will have more than 90,000 people come through these doors.
>> show me how you do it. >> you know me. >> there are so many first in the white house. i remember the first time you came to the white house. a big front page story with you in the red dress. the first time i spent the night at the white house. what is your favorite first? >> that's a good question. christmas. i have never visited the white house during christmas. it's magical. >> they are managing a star. she can sell magazines simply by being on the cover. she can sell sweaters simply by putting them on. a striking harvard educated lawyer who can hold her own next to anyone. >> laura: okay. [laughing] that is great to go back and remember. it was her arms. everything was great about
michelle obama on the cover of vogue. you would swear that michelle walks on egg nog. but when melania trump unveiled this year's fantastic christmas decorations vanity fair went on an attack. this person said she's finally made herself productive. it's funny how little concern they had for what michelle obama was up to jetting all over the globe and hosting private parties at the white house with all of the hollywood gritter. -- glitter. carted her children all over the place on the harry potter motive set. it was all great, all at the
taxpayer expense. i could go on and on and on, but it's nearly christmas. back to melania. the first lady made one of the most elegant entrances i have ever seen at a white house christmas decoration preview. she descended the truman staircase as ballet dancers performed in the great hall. that was even ridiculed. vanitty fair put words in the first lady's mouth. writing: some compare night time images of the christmas decorations to a total nightmare. the white witch. it's all up there. the real nightmare is the double standard that is so routine and
acceptable where conservative women are concerned. the only real authentic woman in the media landscape today is a liberal woman. a progressive one. if you are not, you are too dumb and stupid to know the difference. remember what these two first ladies said. >> any woman who voted for hillary clinton voted against their own voice. >> they will be under tremendous pressure, white women, from fathers and husbands and boyfriends and male employers not to vote for the girl. >> all right. hillary clinton, we are all d damsells in distress. they said it was okay to trash conservative women.
it's disgraceful that the white house garden was celebrated as a garden of eden because it was dreamt up by michelle obama. when a conservative first lady decorates the white house and spends time with d.c. school children, she is accused of exploiting them and savaged for her wardrobe. what happened to women being able to choose? they are pro chose to abort babies, but you can't choose what you want to wear? it's a glaring double standard. leave the first lady alone and enjoy the decorations. it's christmas time, which may be the most beautiful series of decorations i have ever seen at the white house and that's the "angle." joining us now with reaction conservative commentator monica and julie, a liberal analyst.
julie, michelle obama had her own style and approach. that's great. she was the toast of the town for 8 straight years. she is still the toast of the globe no matter where she goes. she is a celebrity former first lady and treated like royalty. okay. why the treatment of melania from her accent and ridiculing her child at one point and now the christmas decorations? why? >> i think all of us here can agree there is no point in criticizing melania's christmas decorations. that's not of particular interest to the public. it's not something i support. melania, i think your decorat n decorations look lovely. but you can't forget the way conservative media treated
michelle obama. one called michelle obama a tranny. there were racist comments about michelle obama. rush limbaugh criticized michelle obama for her weight. this network had a contributor who criticized michelle obama for her weight and referred to her as barack obama's baby woman. while i don't agree with the hoopla over melania's decorations, i think they look nice, we can't act as though the media was not critical of michelle obama. >> laura: you are citing far right websites. i am talking about mainstream media publications and people on other cable news outlets who rarely come to the defense of melania trump. she is viciously maligned.
let's go to monica. i don't see any mainstream media outlets maligning melania transform. >> there has been a huge double standard against conservative women and in favor of liberal women. the attackses on melania trump take it to a whole other level. that's because she is married to donald trump. he represents a threat to the elite ruling class and the existing order. he ran on smashing that existing order and that's when he was elected. melania trump is spectacular in every way and a dazzling representative of the united states. she did a beautiful display at the white house. what the trumps and everybody in the white house needs to understand and everybody in this administration, no good deed by them will ever go unpunished. they need to absorb that and
learn from it and ignore and go on doing what they are doing. this country has major issues. this president and his team were brought in to try to solve from iran, to north korea, from taxes, to immigration to the wall. he is working every day to solve those problems. the left wing media has nothing better to do know that attack melania trump for her shoes and christmas decorations. that helped get donald trump elected. >> laura: going back to what michelle obama and hillary clinton said in the sound bites. women are being pressured into voting for donald trump. women are voting against their own interests. i am a big girl. i find that insulting. liberals are always pro-choice.
if you choose to be a conservative pro-life woman and you don't vote straight democrat, you have to be dumb because you are voting against aborting your own babies. that's wild that they said that. >> i disagree with you. saying women voted against their own interest in voting for donald trump. >> laura: a roaring economy? >> it's defensible. the health care act that donald trump tried to pass had cuts that would affect women. >> laura: lowering premiums? >> [overlapping talking] >> he reversed an executive order that would have put in parental protections. >> laura: do you think a growing economy is good for women? we have a rise in the economy we haven't seen in many years. stock market is at an all time high. is that good for women?
>> a rise in the economy is good for everyone. the economy has been doing better and not just during this. >> laura: wages are going up for blue collar workers and men and women. is that good for women? >> absolutely. some of those changes were happening during the obama administration. >> what you are hear from the left is the result of identity politics. the left and the democratic party have engrained in women. they only need to vote on abortion or women's issues. i find that insulting. when i heard hillary clinton say. that i am a woman. i can makeup my own mind. i voted for donald trump. what we are seeing now is that donald trump created a whole new cross coalition. he started this major realign.
. women are rejecting that kind of identity politics. we will use our own heads to vote. >> laura: i think more people are sick of it. >> yes. it's collapsing. which is why we donald trump. >> laura: grammy nominations dropped today. this year's top nominees are singing a different tune in lyrics. we will share that with you when we return. thanks for the ride-along, captain! i've never been in one of these before, even though geico has been- ohhh. ooh ohh here we go, here we go. you got cut off there, what were you saying?
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age. and lammar for his album entitled humble.o.j.. and lammar for his album entitled humble. former president obama singing their praises. >> they are doing amazing work. >> jay-z has a track record. >> laura: do you think obama listens to jay-z? trying to hang cool with the kid. i don't think he listens to this stuff. are their lyrics, multi-million aris, what our kids need to be hearing? what is the culture impact of all of this. joining us now is to weigh in on this, someone who knows about this genre of music is thomas, the editor and chief of "vibe" magazine. i need to hear from you.
i am a music fanatic. i love music. listen to everything. i am more al green and ray charles. >> there you go. >> laura: that's my stuff they love. i love all music. tell me why when you are talking about jay-z and lamar, why is that music good for young men today of any race of any background? >> it's good because they speak to those that they don't a chance to be heard in situations like this. when you think about young black men and being targets for so many years. not having a voice to be able to show some kind of strength and power and empowerment. these are the voices that are there for us. jay-z has been one who made it from the streets to the stock
market to the board rooms and presidents. k kendreck is on his way as well. >> laura: jay-z as a kid, a cocaine dealer and stabbed someone in the neck. >> a lot going on. >> laura: an unbelievable businessman. worth like half a billion dollars. let's look at what some of the lyrics are and what they say to young people. we heard your description of why this might be good. a sample of jay-z's lyrics. it's cleaned up. from the story of o.j. n-word. i am not saying the word.
actually speaking to what we are discussing now. no matter how far jay-z goes or achieves within mainstream eyes, he will always be looked at as what he was saying. that's the story of o.j. o.j. tried to denounce being black. the next thing you know he is crucified by the people he was trying to impress. >> are you defending o.j.? >> no, i am defending jay-z's actual music to say what he is saying. real quick. with lamar's lyrics, he is speaking to a woman. >> laura: it's objectifying a woman. i could go through almost every
song. >> that's in country lyrics and rock lyrics. >> laura: the p-word? >> you have not heard them. >> laura: not in the country music hall-of-fame. no, no. >> you have to understand this is creative license. they are able to do that. >> laura: a lot of things are creative. i am not saying people don't have a right. they can speak on the street corner and swear in front of my kids. >> whoa! >> laura: they can use the n-word. >> and trump can do the same thing on tv. >> laura: let me finish. this is not just hip hop. this is the country. don't we want to lift people up? >> you have hear the other songs. you have to take the whole project rather than bit and pieces that work for your
agenda. >> laura: the program is faith, fatherhood. country, sacrifice andive going of yourself. i know a lot of these guys give a lot. >> he gives back. those are the things that need to be highlighted. >> laura: i listened to both albums. >> that's crazy because you called the album humble and the name is damn. >> laura: okay, i am not perfect. i don't think a single kid who is a gang banger in chicago will say, hey, i can be just like jay-z if i use this language? >> his success is enough for them to do that.
they are the shining examples of what their condition is and what they can get out of that environment. >> laura: money? >> no, not money. influence. jay-z is employing dozens of people and kenned rick. they must think highly of these individuals as creative icon. they are nominateed in record numbers. you have 22 grammys says there is something good in this music. >> laura: do you think anyone will be performing this 20 years from now? >> they are doing it now. hip hop is over 40 years old. >> laura: a super bowl halftime show? i don't think so. >> go to one of the concerts with me.
>> laura: okay. i will do that. we can go down to nashville and see great stuff together. >> we have a date. >> laura: you are fun. i like it. thanks for joining us. the media is salivating as a former top trump aide may flip against the president and get in against the president and get in the russian collusion narrative. another day at the office. why do you put up with it? believe it or not you actually like what you do. even love it. and today, you can do things you never could before. you're working in millions of places at once with iot sensors. analyzing social data on the cloud to create new designs. and using blockchain to help prevent fraud. so get back to it and do the best work of your life.
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plea deal. "new york times," a split from trump indicates that flynn is moving forward to cooperate with mueller. is that the case. joining us now harvard law professor alan. it seems like it's the end for donald trump. the impeachment gallows are waiting for him. mike flynn because of his work with turkey might mean he is flipping on trump. what is going on? >> if he were flipping on trump and he made a deal with mueller, we would never know about that. part of the deal would be he would have to keep this absolutely secret. who leaked this and why? i know his lawyer by reputation. what his lawyer is doing is offering his client for sale or for rent. he is saying, he is up for
grabs. if the trump administration wants him, they can have him. give him the pardon. if the trump administration didn't give him a pardon, we are available to make a deal with the special counsel. i don't think the special counsel is ready to make a deal yet. it's not clear that flynn has anything to offer. his credibility is worthless. he has been accused of perjury. second, he is a witness that was bought or rented. any descent defense attorney could shred him by saying he will sell you his mother. he is trying to save his son and himself. he will create evidence if he has to do that to get a deal. i don't think we are close to where the media has portrayed flynn and a deal with mueller. >> laura: they are bringing in people, more people from the trump campaign including hicks.
the white house counsel. people have to understand that the white house counsel doesn't share an attorney privilege with the president. >> not a personal privilege. they share an institutional privilege. >> laura: yes. what could that pose as far as problems for the administration? >> i think the administration is not aggressive enough with mueller. they should be in court challenging what mueller has been doing. he is going so far beyond any possible scope of his investigation. for example, there were reports that they were investigating whether or not jared kushner tried to get the united states to change its policy toward israel, the obama administration which would allow the resolution condemning israel for occupying the western wall. let's assume that jared kushner did that. he should be praised for it. there is nothing criminal.
what is mueller doing investigating whether or not someone was trying to influence american foreign policy to the benefit of the american people. in challenging the scope of this investigation, challenging subpoenas. this is supposed to be an investigation whether there was illegal collusion with russia. they are going after people for the equivalent of jay walking. did they sign the right form. that's trying to squeeze them into testifying against the oval office. >> laura: put them in the big vice. why are they not being aggressive? this ty kolb guy and the guy eating at the restaurant and talking loudly.
>> he has a very good reputation. no lawyer should be second guessing their strategy without knowing what is going. it's obvious that mueller is going well beyond the scope of his authority. i read the letter authorizing his investigation. some of the witnesses he pulled and subpoenaed, he is so far beyond the scope of investigation. >> laura: why is the president's legal team not challenging this? >> that's the question. look, the other point we heard is that flynn has stopped cooperating. was he ever cooperating with the trump administration? was he ever trading information? if i were trump's lawyer, i would not give flynn one bit of information. there is always the possibility that he would flip. i think this story has a lot yet to be revealed. >> laura: alan, great to see
president trump of racism for calling her pocahontas. get over it. the "washington post" said andrew jackson was called indian killer. >> he is a racist. to pretend like he is not. yesterday he was honoring native americans in front of andrew jackson who killed tons of indians. it was not just a slurred. >> the constant defenses, that's not what he means. the jackson thing he in no idea about it. >> then he should not be president.
>> laura: joining us now is presidential historrion and elizabeth warren's conservative challengers and a self-described real indian. craig, andrew jackson, one of the paintings up in the oval office. it's a beautiful paintball. set the record straight. >> reagan also hung him in the oval office. every president of the 19th century prosecuted the war against the american indians. lincoln is an example for trump. also prosecuted the massacres in mint and colorado. -- minnesota and colorado. abraham lincoln also. in the 20th century, shirrid an the general of the army said the
only good indian is a good indian. teddy roosevelt agreed with that statement. >> laura: your point is? this is a white washing. >> this is known as presentism. the fallacy of imposing current morals on the actions of people in the past. it's arrogant and stupid and ignorant. it proves no point. >> laura: you see this entertainer come on and saying tons of indians are killed. now we are measuring them in weights. this is the level of ignorance on the other cable outlets that hold themselves out as high-and-mighty. >> david said we are the third generation of ignorant americans
and this gentleman proves it. >> laura: you sent elizabeth warren something for her birthday. you are running against her as an independent. you calls your the real indian in the race? >> yes, we said only a real indian with defeat a fake indian. that point hits a very, very deep level. it makes people chuckle because we are bringing out the truth that the liberal white elites don't want to discuss. that's the following. if you look at what elizabeth warren has done. she shoplifted someone's identity. when it's exposed by president trump they call people racist. i was called a racist for exposing her and sending her a dna test kid. >> laura: wait, wait. you have a trim phd. >> i have 4 degrees.
>> laura: okay, that's all. you are really smart. you sent her a dna test kit. [laughing] >> i was very disappointed. >> laura: they were in the sioux language. get the code talkers in. elizabeth warren takes issue with your claim against her native american heritage. let's review what she said to vervie her indian heritage. let's watch. >> i still have a picture on my mantle at hole. -- home. it's a picture my mother had. a picture of my grandfather. my aunt bee walks by that picture 1,000 times and remarks that her father had high cheekbones like all of the indians do.
>> laura: that makes me laugh every time i hear it. it's a serious point. she faked her minority status. she gets special privileges. >> it's cultural stereotyping and every indian has high cheekbon cheekbones. >> the big issue here is you have someone who said that they fight for the working people and fight for the poor and people's color. she has exploited that for her own benefit. when they complain that president trump is making this a racial slur, she is a racist. she took advantage of someone's race and shoplifted someone's identity. when it's exposed they scream and throw tantrums like children. massachusetts is where the
revolution took place. the irony is massachusetts is the haven of the sword that feeds the swamp in wadih el hage. -- washington, d.c. people work for a living. >> laura: smart people. i love what you have done and i love the fact you sent her a dna test kit. >> it was her birthday. i gift wrapped it. >> laura: the racial obsession. joe said he only defends white protestants or something like that. they are obsessed. >> this diverts attention from things that are not important so you don't talk about things that
>> ♪ >> laura: decades of democratic political rule in chicago led to the second city's slow crumbling from the inside. could faith be part of the renewal. a minister in chicago opened a 3,000 seat megachurch and wants it to be a safe haven from the crime and violence. can faith and the church succeed where the government has failed? a lot of liberals doubt. that the pastor is joining. us. thanks for joining us. there are a lot of churches in chicago. you have father flager and
reverend wright. a lot of people trying. they have been unable to stem the violence. how is yours going to be different? >> i don't think we are unique at all. what we are doing is doing the part we should do where we are. my argument is that: you are right. there are a lot of churches in chicago and in america. the question to the church itself: are we doing what we should be doing to make a difference? that's the key. we can't turn things around by ourselves. we can be impactful if we represent what we preach about and put our money where our mouth is. i think you will see a difference. every church has to say: are we doing the work we are called to do by christ or doing a social impact thing that won't work? >> laura: i noticed that. some friends remark that megachurches seem more like
performance art than about christ the almighty, our christian purpose and so forth. it's fun to have people on stage and dancing and electric guitars and all of that. praise the lord. but the mentoring, what you need with young boys, many are fatherless and have no role models. we talked about this in the hip hop segment earlier. >> right. i am not against what you call the pop for the young people. you do something to attract people. that's okay. once they are attracted you have to hit at the heart of the matter. it begins with our own example. the leaders of the church. the gentians. -- generation. we have been here 102 years, but its theme was multiple generations.
there is a responsibility of each generation to the other. my generation, some some ways we have failed the young people. we have blamed the victims. put them in a environment that is negativive and scarse of resources. >> laura: without a family unit, without a father, it's hard. i am a single mom. i am blessed, a lot of kids are rudderless. they have nowhere to turn. they go to the gang bangers and sell drugs to make a quick buck. suddenly they are in prison. that's the nightmare of chicago under democrat leadership. >> but the church can make the difference. you couched it correctly. my mother died when i was 10
years old. there were 6 of us. my father stood up. my father was a role model. i saw him go to work every day as a cab driver and then as a policemen. he modelled for me. >> laura: i knew it. >> i had no voice in my house. i was directed by my father. the church can become that. the church has to step in when there is a lack and say we can be your father and make a difference. >> laura: i want to come to your church next time i am in chicago. >> that would be great. >> laura: thanks for joining us. >> laura: thanks for joining us. i knew he h♪ ♪ohhhhhh, ou! guess what i just got? uh! ♪i used to be spellbound hello again. ♪i used to be spellbound hi. ♪i used to be spellbound that's a big phone. ♪in your arms. [screams] ah, my phone.
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