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amazing, the country this is becoming, dedicated to chronicling it for you in all detail. this being the show that is the sworn enemy of lying, possibly, smugness, and groupthink. tune in every night at 8:00. that is it for us. sean hannity live from new york city. >> sean: think you w have a great show. tonight, the dam is bursting on the deep state, everyone involved in this plot help hillary clinton and destroy president trump is now beingreex exposed. lock up, get ready, it is huge. the president is blasting what he is calling the criminal deep state, taking out james comey, james clapper, now trying to cover their tracks and enough all full panic tonight. also judicial watch is learning the fbi will order anti-trump fbi lovebirds strzok and page to preserve bureau records and their personal accounts and personal devices. i hope they didn't acid wash them. senator chuck grassley saying one of these text messages actually suggesting that the
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"obama white house is running this." running water? referring to an unspecified investigation. the standoff between devin nunes, trey gowdy, the doj of our classified documents is now coming to a big head. we'll tell you what to expect at tomorrow's meeting and also, rod rosenstein created an unmitigated deep sea disaster by appointing robert mueller. we have a law professor who is now calling rod rosenstein did unconstitutional. brand-new, the american center for law and justice, they are reporting that 30,000 emails exist between a content state department at the clinton foundation proving that there was collusion. former clinton pollster, chief strategist mark penn is blasting the entire mueller investigation. he joins us tonight. first, a very important breaking news opening monologue. ♪ the president now is reacting to a flood of information coming out about how the deep state
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targeted and in fact spied on his campaign. on twitter earlier today, he wrote... we've been saying that we didn't we call this the year of the boomerang? exactly what this is. you have a criminal deep state and that is all coming out at breakneck speed. it is literally hour by hour, the things that we are learning. it is new and it's damning. unbelievable. the president slamming the entire scandal, giving it a new nickname. this is the tip of the iceberg. >> we now call it spygate. a lot of bad things are happening. i want them all to get together, they'll sit in a room, hopefully they'll be able to work it out among themselves. >> sean: because no information is coming at a
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rapid-fire pace, deep state actors like the arrogant sanctimonious james comey, they are racing to try and cover their tracks. comey fired off a pair of tweets this morning... well, here's a better idea, jim, how will you explain what you did to your grandchildren? you have to love how comey is using the fbi official jargon. "confidential human sources" to try to spin and pray did you have a spy in the clinton campaign? did you have a spy in that campaign? itca continues.
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all right, speaking of lying, that is exactly what comey did under oath in front of congress when he falsely claimed that he didn't decide to exonerate hillary clinton before interviewing her, and 17 other key witnesses. they were writing it months before. you know why? comey is corrupt. i think all the president fired him. he can't keep his big mouth shut. we advisedm. him he is the right to remain the president's right to fire back at the disgraced former fbi director. let's take a look at what he says. >> i think james comey has got a lot of problems. if you look at what he did, if you look at all of the lies, the tremendous lies, if you look at all that's going on, i think james comey has got a lot of problems. at some point, they have an ig report, and let's see what james comey has to say. but i assume he's covered in the ig report but if you look at what he's said, all of the lies, all of the fiction, i think it's got a lot of problems. i did a great service to this
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country by firing james comey. excuse me. a lot of people have said it. and you go into the fbi and a lot of those great people working in the fbi, they will tell you, i did a great service to our country. >> sean: my fbi friends tell me that every day and they are helping to expose the corruption in their they want the truth out because it's not rank and file. the soon to be released doj ig report is supposed to hammer comey's corrupt handling of the goods and email investigation. we know it was rigged. we know clinton committed felonies and crimes and obstructed justice and comey and his buddies and strzok, they put the fix in to save hillary's campaign. they quickly started spying on the trump campaign.s where's the ward? for as a justification? comey's deep state buddy, former obama director of national intelligence james clapper, he is now in a panic, rushing to save himself. he'so running from liberal media outlets, liberal media outlets promoting his new book just like james comey did and trying to
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spend what is a false narrative. take a look at what he said with the ladies in "the view." >> was the fbi spying on trump's campaign?py >> no, they were not. they were spying on -- a term i don't particularly like -- but on what the russians were doing, trying to understand, where the russians infiltrating, trying to gain access, leverage and influence? >> why doesn't he like that? you should be happy? >> he should be. >> sean: really? the president should be happy the obama administration and people in the fbi were spying on his campaign without a warrant that wes know of? and then the fisa warrant, they like to four charges? the deep state is trying to destroy his candidacy coming up residency? at this point, clapper is straight up delusional. the president, good for him. he is not letting these lies slide either. he is taking them head-on. >> when they look at the documents, i think people see a
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lot of bad things happened. i hope it's not so. if it is, there's never been anything like it in the history of our country. i hope -- if you look at clapper, he sort of admitted that they had spies in the campaign. inadvertently. butt i hope it's not true. but it looks like it is. >> sean: this is the biggest abuse of power corruption scandal in this country's history. it shows you just how pretentious, how egotistical people like clapper and comey really are. they don't see that the cross fire hurricane, it'ss now coming their way. the wind has a trip their direction. like we have been warning, they both have the right to remain silent, apparently not listening to me. what comey and clapper have done here is orchestrate a massive abuse of power, the biggest in american political history. look at political journalist sharyl atkisson out with a third new article, "eight signs
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pointing to a counterintelligence action that was pointed against the trump campaign." the operation where they spied on the trump campaign. c wiretap fever. sharyl atkisson is pointing out how seven trump associates were caught up in this surveillance web.b. youu also have the massive abuse of power fisa abuse, lying to fisa judges on four occasions, spying on carter page, using a clinton bought and paid for dossier, not telling the doctors that case, never verifying, corroborating, national security letters, the fbi bypassing all judicial approval to obtain phone records by using these national security letters, in other words, the power of our intelligence community. we saw the unmasking, a dramatic 350% increase from key obama officials. wow, magically, and the 2016 election year.
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changinggi the rules, remember, december of 2016, clapper making it easier to share intelligence across all these government agencies. that helps them cover. media strategy. clapper, brennan, regulars and the liberal media, clapper reportedly leaking details about this phone he bought and paid for russian dossier to fake news cnn where he now works and is paid. leaking anonymous sources. they have been running too friendly outlets to selectively put out information all designed to b propagandize and lie to the american people and damage president trump. friends, informants, snoops, the fbi had of this informant, may be others, spying on the trump campaign. comey had his friends leaking to "the new york times" to get a special counsel, which, by the way, that probably was illegal. and the bureau working with former british spy, in other words, oh, a foreign operative, christopher steele, he put together this clinton bought and paid for dossier.
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the evidence of wrongdoing is overwhelming. it is incontrovertible, not to mention, as we told you last night, from sara carter further explaining, the fbi's timeline is now collapsing. the investigation is not adding up. former obama ag loretta lynch telling congress that the fbi, dod officials, were discussing trump campaign associate carter page in spring of last year. maybe that would've been a good time to go say, mr. candidate, mr. trump, i want you to watch, there might be some people that we are having an ion. remember, terms of the most exculpatory said he said to comey, i want you to do the job. we've been told the investigation officially started in july with george papadopoulos. this timeline is way off. going tohe the spring of 2016, which is why congress needs to now see all the documents. attorney general sessions, i hope you're watching tonight.
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also, judicial watch learning that the fbi will order trump-hating fbi lovebirds strzok and page two preserve accounts on their personal devices if they have not acid wash them already. according to judicial watch, a judge order the fbi to start processing 13,000 pages of previously undisclosed emails between strzok and page. you can onlyma imagine what her and those text messages and emails. seeing how they trashed trump constantly in their text messages and strzok at the center of all of us. then you have senator grassley, he is raising a red flag in a very disturbing message from strzok and page that actually suggests the white house of obama's running this. meaning the obama administration. it is unclear what investigation specifically they are referring to, which is why everything needs to be unredacted but they did talk an awful lot about trump. another top story tonight, stunning, carrie pickett at the
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"daily," reporting several fbi agents want to be subpoenaed by congress so they can finally expose the misconduct and corruption under comey and andrew mccabe. these fbi agents, they are saying that they want to see mccabe prosecuted since he lied under oath three times to the inspector general. it wasn't that what general flynnn was accused of? by the way, we know that nobody in the fbi thought he lied. this is why we always say, it is the upper echelon here. in the intelligence community, the doj, whomu are the deep stae actors, not rank and file. they are helping us get to the truth. if it wasn't for these people at the fbi, we wouldn't know the truth. they are serving our country with honor and dignity and integrity and a respect. they are ashamed of what their former bosses did. they are furious about what has happened. that is why it is so important for all of us to get the truth, release the documents. also, put up or shut up time for
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rod rosenstein, the king of slow walking, stonewalling, and obstruction. republican committee chair devin nunes, trey gowdy, they are set to meet tomorrow with top fbi doj intelligence officials about the documents they have been requesting forever to see. i got to tell you, given rosenstein's track record, there is no way he is going to hand everything over. it is only going to be a briefing and here's why. rod rosenstein, he wants to be able to control the flow of information, just like he has been doing from the get-go, begging paul ryan, oh, don't release the information about fisa r abuse. remember, sara carter reporting information that congress is trying to see, will hold the keys to all of this spying on the trump campaign. rod rosenstein has more problems than just stonewalling tonight. look at what law professor steve calabrese is arguing, rod rosenstein apartment appointmef
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robert mueller is unconstitutional. as mark opens out last night. the basic problem being that mueller is more powerful than all 96 u.s. attorneys. he was never nominated, never confirmed by the u.s. senate, and because his appointment is unconstitutional, and that renders everything that he has done since may 17th, 2017, null and void. that is why we heard just a couple of fridays ago, judge ts ellis the third demanding to see rob rosenstein's scope of ♪ ♪ that gave mueller the ability supposedly to carry out this witch hunt. it was the rated mueller's team and his pit bull andrew weissmann for going after paul manafort on the 2005 tax fraud allegation. that has nothing to do with russia. he called out to mueller for putting the screws, the judge's words, demand paul manafort, t, remember, singers can also
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compose and flip on trump. as far as rod rosenstein goes, rosenstein could be fired and very soon. we'll have to wait and see what that is all about. also tonight, take a look at this headline from the american center for law and justice. it was a fever factory. deep state forced to turn over thousands of clinton era state department emails to about the clinton foundation, debunking supposed firewall. the acl jay reporting with the state department will be turning over nearly 30,000 emails between hillary clinton's state department and her family foundation. this is why i keep saying, i know it takes more time, we are unappealing layers of an onion company were in constant communication. as the ap discovered in 2016, more than half of these people who met with the clintons while she was serving as secretary of being to either personally or through the organization, giving money and funneling it through the clinton organization. another major development, the
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clock is i ticking for the doj d fbi to hand over documents to the senate judiciary committee chair chuck grassley about this highly suspicious case of michael flynn, a man who served this country for over 30 years, grassley wants to see the documents related to flynn's fbi interview, as james comey told congress, the fbi agency talked to flynn. they didn't think he lied. so why did robert mueller charge general flynn with lying in the first place? also tonight, president trump revealing new details about his potential june 12th summit little rock admen. "fox & friends" cohost, brian kilmeade, spoke with the president out on long island after his roundtable on ms-13 gang violence. take a look. >> june 12th, will you be in singapore? >> we'll see what happens. we are looking at it, talking about it, they are talking to us.ab we have certain conditions, we'll see what happens. there is a good chance. a great thing for north korea. if that happens, it would be a great thing for north korea.
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most importantly, the great thing for the world. we'll see what happens. >> sean: full interview tomorrow starting at 6:00 a.m., on "fox & friends." here with reaction, fox news national security strategy of sebastian gorka and attorney victoria toensing. full disclosure, she has done some legal work for me in the past and i v am proud to be a friend of both of them. let's start with you,en victori, a law to break down here tonigh tonight. >> listen, sean, since last december, my husband joe to jennifer and i have been saying that there was a brazen plot to clear hillary clinton and top frame donald trump. if he became president. now we are seeing that plot unraveled. brennan, clapper, and i will say it, the obama white house, targeted people on donald trump's foreign policy team, the professors, they tried to get two of them, carter page and my client, sam clovis, who i
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hope will be with us next week. they didn'tt bite. then they found the weak link, a 27-year-old georgeye papadopoul. here's what has been reported, and when you think about it, and i researched it today, george papadopoulos is told by a professor with close ties to the kremlin that the russians have hillary's emails. that is in april. in may, george finds himself at a bar in london at some gorgeous blonde comes up and starts buying him drinks, my goodness, and then she introduces him to her good friend, the australian ambassador, and somehow, the conversation goes to hillary clinton emails. >> sean: four way hearsay. hearsay is not admissible in court. you are the attorney, correct, victoria? >> that didn't matter here. he is just a saying -- he is talking about -- there is a term for it. it is called honey trapping. this is classic spy agency cia,
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i used to be chief counsel for the senate intelligence committee. this is classic spying technique, honey trapping, using the allure of sex to get somebody to open up. >> sean: unbelievable. down or come by the way, paid 25 million for the clinton foundation. >> to use that flimsy information to start an entire surveillance and investigation of the trump campaign just boggles the mind. >> sean: sebastian >> we need to for this in perspective, sean. victoria's right. when it came to what was done operationally. but what is this in the most concisehe terms? this is the first time in u.s. history that we have had industrial scale political espionage during a presidentialp campaign. our nation was founded in a
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rejection of the capricious use to usurpation of power. that is why we have the revolutionary war. now is happening in the obama administration at the highest level of the intelligence community. we created these systemste to detect, apprehend, and prosecute soviet spies, nazis, and terrorists. not people who have a different political persuasion. the president was right. he was spied upon, he wasn't surveilled, they tried to entrap his people and frame him. we areeg just at the beginning - i asked sharyl atkisson today, she said, we have unveiled less than 2% of the real corruption. >> sean: we still have unmasking, regular investigation, spies in the trump campaign, hillary working with russian allies against the american people. russian lies bought and paid
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for. fisa court abuse, to the point where they lied to four judges. where does this end, victoria? >> i hope it is not ending, just starting. we are starting to unravel and peel back this onion, and god bless these fbi agents who want to come forward. we were told that everybody in the fbi just loved james comey. well, it appears there are some that want to see him indicted and i hope that happens. >> sean: think you both. i appreciate your insight. when we come back, live report, very important report. also, you don't want to miss former clinton advisor, mark penn, agrees the mueller witch hunt needs to end. newt gingrich right here in studio. straight ahead. ♪ my name is jeff sheldon,
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♪ >> sean: during his life from the white house, a law to report tonight, president trump's spygate comments, and when we will officially know the summitn with little rock admen next month, fox news, chief national correspondent ed henry. every night, breaking news never stops. >> great to see you tonight. you are right. for spygate issue, as the president dubbed it, the relentless pressure from president trump, succeeding in one way tonight. he is turning the tables on former obama officials like james clapper, james comey, today, comey -- clapper, rather, being forced to play defense on cnn and deny that they committed crimes. new tonight, clapper is telling pbs, the intent was not to spy on the trump camp but to figure out what the russians were doing. that is a mile apart from march 2017, when clapper completely denied there was a surveillance of the trump campaign. all this leading the president today to call clapper a lying machine. today he added he was a good
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thing for the country that he fired james comey because of what the president called the former fbi chiefs tremendous lies about surveillance and otherve matters. notice that comey shifted his own story as well. look at thislo tweet. he said, "facts matter. the fbi's use of confidential human sources, the actual term, is tightly regulated and essential." it's dumb i keep saying it happened. it'sta essential to protecting e country. "attacks on the fbiou and lying about its work will do lasting damage to our country. how will republicans explain this to their grandchildren? "democrats tried to stop devin nunes and trey gowdy meeting tomorrow with the fbi director christopher wray and other officials. chuck schumer insisting democrats be added because he thinks the g.o.p. lawmakers are doing the bidding of the president but white house officials tonight shock that talk down by saying democrats will get a second briefing after memorial day. the resident told reporters, he
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wants the truth. >> we now call it a spygate. you are calling at the spygate a lot of bad things have happened. we want them all to get together, we'll sit in a room, hopefully they can work it out among themselves we are not undercutting, we are cleaning everything up. what i want is, i want to total transparency. >> no one should trust anything they say coming out of that meeting. >> i don't care t who comes.he i'm not in control of the invite list where the only thing i would say, if you show up, show up with an open mind and closed lips. >> and another important meeting, secretary of state mike pompeo this afternoon said the administration is still planning to have this june 12th summit with north korea. tonight, breaking the foreign minister of north korea, lashing out and making it sound like they don't want to meet, sayingd outrageous acts by the trump administration may prevent this meeting." the president earlier today told
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everyone to calm down, saying he thinks it may still happen on june 12th or a later date, adding "we will know for sure whether this someoneth is going forward next week." >> sean: ed henry at the white house. former clinton poster, advisor mark penn, causing quite a stir. this week among democrats, he wrote an article, very important, he wrote it in "the hill," "stopping robert mueller to protect us all. in this article, "stopping mueller is not about one president or one party, it's about all presidents and all parties, it's about cleaning oud and reforming the deep state so our intelligence operations are never used against opposing campaigns without the affirmative evidence." a very honest comment and commentary causing crazy liberal joe over at msnbc conspiracy tv to a full on meltdown on live television. watch this. >> let's be blunt about it. what exactly is mark penn
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selling? here's a guy who lost hillary clinton's campaign. does he have a fox news contract? is he writing for conservative websites? i want toat know, as you know, d washington, d.c., often when people do strange things like this, creatures of the swamp, they are doing it for awa reaso. >> sean: mark penn joins is now along w with former white house press secretary sean spicer. mark, i didn't expect her to be on the program. i'm not going to lie. otwe've been opposing each other in many ways for many years. i give you credit, not just because you agree. we've never had, ever come of this happen to an president, ever. it's never been this bad. we got fisa lies, we've got a deep state, we've got spies in a campaign. this is bad for the country. explain what you meant. >>ig i think that's right. i spent a year fighting canister when i thought that was wrong and a lot of people -- i saw
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how destructive that process most of the presidency, the people around him, and how in the end it resulted in nothing. today a look of this process, i'm a skeptical person, at first it seemed like it was a good process, maybe it made sense. but as more and more questions came to the fore, how did this get started, what kind of techniques were used, what was behind the warrant, what kind of techniques to the prosecutor's use? threatening relatives? listed market in american democracy, it seems like a series of events. this thing is opening up after a year and testimony by everyone at the former intelligence chiefs, they never said that theys, were using intelligence. they were consistently hiding what they were doing, why they were doinger it, democrat or republican, i think more people have to come together and say, enough, we can't continue to criminalize politics. i may not agree with the war president trump.
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i will agree on this. >> sean: i'm working on you. listen, if we are going to have -- no offense to hillary, the clintons -- if she pays for oppo research, that is fine, part of politics. a foreign national puts together a dossier and an interrogatory in great britain says, that was wrong, intelligence, may be 50/50, and that becomes, to use the grassley graham memo wording, the bulk of information to obtain a fisa warrant, three subsequent renewal applications, mark, and then we've got spies in the campaign. that is not the united states te me. you even mentioned the deep state, you used the term. we will lose the country if the tools of intelligence are turned on the american people this way. >> i say that deep state appears to be in a deep state of desperation. they know this ig report is coming down, they know that
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nunes and others have been successfully getting to the bottom of how this thing started and they know this is coming out. you see these guys, how they are changing their stories from day-to-day, they become tv talking heads, which is just incredible to think that the head of our national intelligence establishment, you know, i think this will come down, i think this ig report, i presume will not come out of the box as a potential witness, i would -- it might change my mind. it's hard to see how that will not come down that way. >> sean: sean, i would expectom a criminal referral because never -- i am calling this very mic the biggest abuse of power corruption scandal and historysc and when you think about it, look at what watergate was, a break-in, a president resigning, a cover up that ensued. we are talking about a sophisticated operation spying on any campaign, and of course, lying to get a fisa warrant. the most difficult warrant to
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get. you have to lie before a judge time after time and not telling them that this isng oppo researh paid for by the other party. >> the other thing that is important to note, you talked about it meeting up to this, the stories of both comey and clapper have continued to evolve and change as far as what they have originally set happened and what they say happened now. as more information comes out, whether it is devin nunes or trey gowdy or others, digging and getting into more and more of what happened, more questions are coming out the need to get answered. the president's right. we need to get to the bottom of this and find out what happened, when it happened, who ordered it, and why it was done. we continue toor have more and more questions come out, the more the people to begin. you look at people like devin nunes and trey gowdy, richard burr, the more people who ask questions, the more they get attacked. i think there is a lot of people who are very concerned about finding out the truth of what happened last cycle, why it happened, and who ordered it ordered it. >> sean: i think -- mark,
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where are you your liberal friends? alan dershowitz, i agree with him on some issues, especially issues involving the middle east, israel, our closest ally. where are those severall libertarians that are supposedly in the democratic party, because their voices have been silent. it is addressed because of political differences, they are willing p to accept this type intelligence abuse and abuse of power and spying on other candidates? a >> even organizations like the aclu that used to be where the first amendment, no matter what, have changed the policy because you can raise a lot more money being on one side of the fence or other. i am disappointed that more people aren't concerned what'sth going on withm the fbi. it's not about this president. it is not about this campaign. it's about all campaigns of all presidents, as i said. we cannot allow the deep state to operate in this manner. we have got to get to the bottom of what is going on here for
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sure. >> sean: you took heat for writing the article, wait until your friends see you on this show. god help you. [laughter] thank you for what you are doing. it is courageous and it is the right thing to do. this is a real, real danger to the country. thank you, sir. sean, always good to see. when we come back, newt gingrich right here in studio straight ahead. ♪ picking the right style takes time. one picky customer shouldn't take all your time. need something printed? the business advisors at office depot can assist with exactly what your business needs to grow. get your coupon for 20% off services, technology and more at office depot and
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all of this is b.s. >> sean: wow great amazing take. rush limbaugh calling out jim clapper. joining us now, upcoming book, june 5th,, you can preorder it, it's on hannity -- >> this is your daily torture. let's get me out here and make sure we don't talk about my new book. [laughs] >> sean: we will do an hour on my radio show, and our special >> let me go back to the russia thing. i think this is so funny. >> sean: he's a genius. >> i said, i got into this last night with laura come because laura showed me the clapper stuff. clapper doesn't like talking about spying, i couldn't helpn' myself, i said, he was the director of national intelligence. he was in charge of every spy we have. how can you have a director of national intelligence who doesn't like spying? the whole thing is crazy. >> sean: as rush is brilliant,
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you are one of the smartest people i know. >> it's a very small circle. >> sean: oh, my god. [laughter] we've known each other a long time. here's where we are. hillary commits felonies, she obstructs justice, deleting, acid washing, then we got to cover it up and bring it up, writing in an and exoneration months before the interview here. on top of her, the unmasking problem, now we learn we have spies my campaign. fisa judges lied to, hillary clinton bought and paid for dossier that the own authors said in the interrogatory, that was brought intelligence, maybe 50/50. that is the basis to get a fisa warrant and three subsequent renewals. this, to me, tell me if i'm wrong, is the biggest corruption and abuse of power we've ever seen. >> by a huge margin. i talked about this monday on the radio show.
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we really need to figure out how to physically show this. do you have the clinton corruption going back for many, many years. i think all the way back to cattle futures where "the wall street journal" figured out it was mathematically impossible for her to make that much money. they have been used to getting away with things since 1979, 1980. then you have the people who covered up for her corruption, i'm counting in the whole thing with emails as part of the corruption. that is the second layer. then you have the fear, oh, myen god, trump could win, and now you have a third layer, which is, how do we get the very people who are protecting her, andy mccarthy had a wonderful line, he said, he wrote, democrats get away with murder and republicans get murdered. the new thing i've begun to realize in the last three days,
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all of a sudden, all of these guys who planned to bask in corruptionon are beginning to realize that they in fact could be indicted and convicted. i've known clapper for years. clapper used to be a serious professional. the guy i see on tv now is pathetic. >> sean: what about brennan? >> brennan was a member of the communist party of the usa. only obama would pick an exclusive communist to be the head of the cia. not sure who he thought brennan would protect from who. here's the point, brennan is this problem, comey has this problem, clapper has this problem, and all of this, the truth you'll find out, it goes right into the white house. >> sean: there is no doubt. >> i have zeroed out. >> sean: if the truth comes out, it will go right to the obama white house, and rice and
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power and ben rhodes and the rest of them. >> given the way they ran a very tight operation, does anybody believe that valerie jarrett didn't know the stuff? >> sean: "the new york times" trying to do catcher, which i thought was vindication in a way but in another way, just trying to spin it, they revealed very early on when that trip took place to great britain, that in fact there were deep negotiations with downer with the state department that had to be at the top for him to allow himself to be part of the fbi. >> is a good on this list, then you have this guy that was now sort of identified, who got a million dollars over the years,, it's okay, -- what i read was entrapment. i mean, he's saying -- >> sean: that is what victoria toensing said. >> they are saying, give me, give me, give me.
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>> sean: there was a cute blonde. >> there's nothing there. >> sean: are you confident -- if hillary wins, none of this comes out. are you confident we have the ability to get to the truth completely? >> no. >> sean: either my. >> what is going to come down to is whether or not the president can keep focused. >> sean: he is. >> he is now. but this is going to go on for two or three years. >> sean: they are setting traps for him left and right. >> not just that. giving this stuff up, out, making the connections. >> sean: where jeff sessions? >> i think if we had an attorney general -- >> sean: we do, rosenstein. >> i am so saddened by jeff sessions -- i don't know what happened to him. but his inability to do his job. again, he's a guy i've liked a
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long time, and he just folded. >> sean: i will have you on radio. great to see you. >> and i will hold you to that. [laughs] >> sean: when we come back, we have some really mean, low class leftists, really? wait until you see what they did to tommy laren. straight ahead. ♪ ♪ ♪ this is not just a yard. it's where memories are made. and you have the best seat in the house. the john deere x350 select series with the exclusive mulchcontrol™ system. nothing runs like a deere™ kyle, we talked about this. there's no monsters. but you said they'd be watching us all the time.
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not the conservative guy, travis allen. what about this john cox? talks a big game... but what's he done? a chicago lawyer? huh?
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thirteen losing campaigns - seven in illinois? cox lost campaigns as a republican... and as a democrat. gave money to liberals. supported big tax increases. no wonder republicans say cox is unelectable in november.
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♪ >> sean: our "fox & friends" colleague tomi lahren over the weekend was verbally attacked, had water thrown at her, while she was having brunch with her parents in minneapolis. this is over the top, beyond the pale. >> [bleep]!
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[bleep]! >> sean: many people, both sides of the aisle, have been coming to tomi's defense. president trump tweeted this morning... even liberal actors, crazy kathy griffin, tweeted... tomi is with us now. you know, i know, because i'm watching your career, your introductory go through the roof. and i am very happy, you started a lot younger when i started. and you have such a large fan base, which is a tribute to you. this is so over-the-top for me. how hard was it for you and your parents? >> of course, it was humiliating. i think people forget that i am a real person at the end of the
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day into these things do embarrassed and humiliated me and especially for my family, i didn't want them to have to be a part oft this, something that i have grown used to. it is not something i want to subject them to. at the end of the day, like you said, john, i do have a following and not following is made up of large part by young girls. i hope that young girls will look atp this, conservative youg girls, see if i can handle this with grace, they can, too, never be discouraged from taking your voice. don't let the bullies take your energy. >> sean: you have no reason to be embarrassed and humiliated, because some coward, gutless, spineless, extremist did this to you. you did handle it with grace. so i think this is a good lesson for everybody. as a little -- things are pretty heated. you get this a lot. >> this is in the first time something like this happen, not the first time something is physically happened to me. i usually choose to ignore it and i would have ignore this,
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too, if the video hadn't leaked. this girl was proud of what she did. she was bragging about what she did. she wanted to get on video. that is also a reality of the a world we live in today, that girls like us will do things like this to be social media famous. they'll even be ugly and disgusting and trashy to the be social media famous. i don't know why it's worth it to them. >> sean: they obviously want to do phil. i applaud your courage. we are glad you're on your team here at fox, dear family, mom, dad, i'm sorry theyt had to go through that. >> thanks, i appreciated the. >> sean: when they come back, we'll try the video of today. the head of i.c.e. fired from a back as a democratic lawmakers, accusing the agency of being anti-immigrant. next. ♪ ......
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>> sean: all right. so the acting i.c.e. director
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slammed a democratic representative at a house hearing yesterday after she lectured a panel of law enforcement officials about demonizing people who have entered the country illegally. take a look. >> we're law enforcement officers enforcing a law that you enacted. to say we're anti-immigrants is wrong. we are enforcing laws. if you think it's okay to enter the country illegally and shouldn't be arrested that is wrong. the laws state you enter the country illegally it's a crime. no one is up here saying all illegal aliens are criminals. a certain percentage are and they commit another offense while here. i understand the plight of these people and i feel bad for some of these people but i have a job to do. i have to uphold the law i took to enact the laws enacted by you, congress. >> sean: equal justice under the law. checkmate in that exchange. reminder and programming note. set your alarm. you don't want to miss "fox & friends" and the interview tomorrow with the
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president. that's all happening. brian kilmeade. we thank you for being with us. you make it happen every night. we thank you. we'll always be fair and balanced. we are not the destroy trump media. let not your heart be -- what wise acre comment tonight? >> laura: well, where do i start? >> sean: i've been preparing it all day. go ahead. >> laura: i have a question. i mean, i didn't get a fruit basket or anything for giving kudos to your son for apparently beating everybody at tennis yesterday. i got nothing. >> sean: they won the ncaa national championship. >> laura: so awesome. >> i know all the kids on the team. they are amazing kids. they have an amazing coach tony bresky. and, you know, he is a freshman. it probably the greatest experience so far in his life. >> laura: college sports. i'm sorry, i know everyone likes professional sports, a lot of big sports go on tonight. go caps. >> sean: i'm done with the nfl because of the kneeling. i've had it.