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wells, are producers. we will be back very soon. in the meantime, 8:00 p.m., every night, the show that is the sworn enemy of lying, pomposity, smugness, and groupthink. goodbye from the border with north korea, have the best fourth of july. hannity is next. >> thanks a lot, i am dan bongino in tonight for sean. independence day is right around the corner. and this year president trump is planning to honor america with a very special fourth of july celebration in washington, d.c. complete with military aircraft flyovers, historic tanks from one of the biggest firework shows in history. but not everyone is excited. per usual come the mainstream media is trying to rain on the parade. literally. check this out. >> it is just obscene, it really is. and i just hope that it does not spoil the whole day. >> you see that this is really problematic to the d.c. city council for several reasons. >> as a native washingtonian, i
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find this to be offensive. i don't need a tank in my front long to tell my neighbor that i am a patriot. >> what is the message that donald trump is trying to send rolling tanks down the avenue? who is that too? it is not the tyrants. he loves tyrants. it is not to the putin, it is not to kim jong un, it is not to the saudis. is it to western democracy who does not like it? or is it to us? the resistance in the country. it is always a threat when you roll military. but to whom it is a threat? and i expect the threat is to the fellow americans. >> dan: you heard that right, joy reid feels threatened by a patriotic celebration. meanwhile, out of work, backup quarterback at colin kaepernick is calling the betsy ross american flag racist because it represents the 13 colonies and in the 1700s some colonial citizens of owned. according to "the wall street journal," the former backup cornerback turned
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justice warrior called on nike to remove a patriotic sneeze sneaker featuring the betsy ross flag from the shelf. n90 was happy to oblige. no word of colin kaepernick still triggered. joining us with reaction, fox news correspondent geraldo rivera, and the founder, sky ridge capital, anthony scaramucci. good to see you, buddy. >> great to be with you. a >> dan: i will go to you first, i thought colin kaepernick during his infamous nfl protest he made the point that it was not about the flag. but now i flag is on nike shoes and it is about the flag. >> they are making a strategic bed. they want to go for the inner city and the youth, they want to play the social justice core, so white affluent sneaker buyers decided not to do that. that is against the michael jordan adage, you remember what he said? i don't care republicans and democrats by sneakers. they are making a big room big mistake. and it would be more corporate strategy to be more inclusive.
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on a military, i was actually against it. i want to be fair and balanced, because i'm often worried about the industrial complex, and i talked to several veterans today, and to the gulf war parade, and i turned it around. i understand what the president is trying to do. he is trying to celebrate patriotism. he is trying to celebrate the freedom that the military has presented and represented for the united states. i have to confess honestly. when i first heard about it i was less happy about it. but once again, the president has way better instincts than i do about the american people. >> dan: has very good instincts. he always has. geraldo, i will go to you on this. is this the dumbest business move in modern american history by nike? are they just rolling all of us? this is a ground ball, the american flag, not some partisan symbol, what is going on? >> you know, in terms of nike, i would love to talk about the
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parade also, the whole world loves the parade. they only hated because donald trump are posted. in nike's case it seems that they are running so scared. they are afraid to offend anybody. they are so politically correct to that they would unravel a deal that was well involved and had really no offense meant to anybody. betsy ross, my family and i were in philadelphia recently, you pass her house. to the flag that she sewed in 1776 as they are out the window. people just relate to it. it is preposterous to think that you cannot -- what are you going to do take down the washington monument next? because he had, thomas jespersen and so forth? in terms of the parade in washington and so forth, this is a symbol of the partisan toxic malignant atmosphere that we have in our country. when you see how republicans feel about the country right now according to the surveys and the way that democrats feel about the country now according to the
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surveys. it is amazing. people on the left hates our president so much that they are willing to just put a negative spin on anything. how many times have you seen a flyover and an athletic event? everybody loves them except for when president trump is the one proposing them. >> dan: you get goose bumps with the flyovers pray to speak of the super bowl. >> dan: i remember a secret service agent being at the world series when george w. bush throughout the first pitch. there were no democrats and republicans, it was only americans. >> that is the thing, the polarity that geraldo is talking about, you have a really bad corporate strategy on nike. they do so much more trying to bring everybody -- >> dan: i hate to play devil's advocate, but it is fair, some of the response i have heard from liberals is nike stock is up and the sails have gone up. >> you did not ask me as a capital manager. capital manager when the stock fell off, i looked at it and
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said they are making the right bed, they will sell more sneakers if they do this. here's the problem, you have to be long-term greedy in a society in a culture, because the pendulum will swing again, dan. there will be way better off being more inclusive than just focusing on the short term of the strategy. >> dan: i agree with anthony 100%. this was a dumb long-term move. i love this country. i bleed red, white, and blue and always have. it is a long term really silly play, but the constant reflection by the left on the negatives of america. focusing on air original sin rather than the blood we have left on world soil, free nations pray to cemeteries have with the greatest generation left there. every country is some fourth of original sin, many countries were born out of some violence or aggression, but the united states has done such wonderful things, what is with this constant harping with the left on the negative all the time? how is this a winner? >> part of the problem, dan, and
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anthony is that we do not have unifying moments anymore. look right now what is happenin happening. our women's soccer team is in the world cup, they are going to the finals for the third year in a row. under ordinary circumstances we would be right on, we would be watching in the bars and high-fiving them back slapping each other, but because someone asked megan ravenel, the cocaptain of the team whether she would visit the white house if they won the world cup, she said no, because she opposes his policy, so the performance of our national team in the world cup, something we should all be extolling, the virtue and our kids should be watching and wand it is do you like trump, you don't like trump, you visit the white house, you don't visit the white house, it is melancholy and sad, i am objectively speaking that the country is doing great. the economy has expanded for 21 straight months. minority unemployment is at historic lows. the wealth gap for the first time in many years appears to be
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lessening. you know, there is great opportunity. to the president's trade deal, when he walked into the dmz and cross the line into north korea, everybody should've been celebrating. you know, if you want to make peace, as it was said, you don't speak to your friends, you speak with your enemies. the president went into north korea, the first president everywhere ever. everybody should be celebrating that come up with a hatred of donald trump is so intense that he becomes this synonym for the nation. people should get over themselves, as a kid you watch the fourth of july parade and you get a tear in your eye watch for watching the world war i guy on the world war ii guy, and then it is a wonderful life affirming moments, and here we are making it a bunch of crap. >> dan: thanks a lot, guys. congressman ocasio-cortez visited a migrant center in texas.
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sparking a firestorm of controversy as she witnessed ms. treatment by guards and unspeakable living conditions for detainees. trace gallagher joins us live from the west coast newsroom with the latest. trace. >> nobody is disputing that the border facilities are unable to accommodate the migrant families that have descended upon the border. the report from homeland security inspector general says that the problem is a negative for everyone. we are concerned that overcrowding and prolonged detention represent an immediate risk to the health and safety of dhs agents and officers and to those detained." by the comments made by members of the congressional hispanic caucus after touring the facility have brought this to an entirely different level. watch. >> they put them in rooms with no running water. and these women were being told by cbp officers to drink out of the toilet. >> and tonight on twitter,
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ocasio-cortez again used a highly controversial concentration camp comparison. but border officials are pushing back hard saying that everybody has access to fresh water and nobody has been told to drink from toilets. the reference amaral rodriguez, president of the national hispanic christian leadership conference toward the same facility at the very same time as the congressional hispanic caucus and said "we found no soiled diapers, no deplorable conditions, and no lack of basic necessities." he went on to say that he was shocked by the miss information by some members of congress. and breaking tonight, dan, despite a backlog of 800,000 asylum cases in the immigration court, the u.s. district judge in seattle has blocked a trump administration policy that would have kept asylum-seekers in custody pending their court dates. the move was meant to deter asylum-seekers from coming to the u.s., it will likely be
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appealed by the justice department very soon. >> dan: trace, thanks a lot, not to be outdone by other democrats, immigration craziness, 2020 candidate cory booker who is trailing in the polls announce the plan to "virtually eliminate immigrant detention and expand productions for illegal immigrants to executive order on day one as president." joining us with more, sara carter, and arizona congressman andy biggs, sara i will go to you first. what is interesting about alexandria ocasio-cortez and her protest here is that she voted against some of the money to go down and alleviate some of the conditions that she is complaining about. and not only that, sara, she celebrated wayfarer employees to get children off the floor in the facilities. my misreporting this? >> no, you are not misreporting
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anything, dan, who is misreporting is alexandria ocasio-cortez, she is the one that is misrepresenting herself and mr. representing what she saw at the border patrol in texas, i was on the phone all day today as well, talking about the claims that she made, they are absolutely false. they say because mainly they have video cameras inside all of these facilities, so if people were forced to drink out of toilets or if agents missed treated the people that were being held, then they would see that on the tapes. and they have seen no such thing. so right there, she needs to come clean and talk about -- like she did when she said they were not getting shampoo and toiletries. she eventually had to come clean and had to admit, yes, that the border patrol agents that department of homeland security is providing those products, and those necessary -- toiletries to the people who are crossing the border. it is absolutely insane. >> dan: congressman, i have
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decent sources at border patrol, i'm sure that in your job you do as well. i've heard the story about forcing a woman to drink from the toilet. which if true, somebody should've been prosecuted. it is absolutely categorical nonsense. it is false. she is making it up. i don't know where she got this from. if she misheard something more is just making it up. but my question to you is these are the same democrats with them and their media acolytes have told us for a month that there is no crisis, nothing to worry about. everybody look the other way. what are we supposed to -- i thought it was a crisis? now it is a crisis all of a sudden? >> here's the thing, the narrative that they have been living on was this manufactured crisis. it is absolutely crumbling. when you look at polling today, there is a majority of all people from all parties and persuasions. they say that there is a crisis on the border. so the next thing she does and her cohorts, they come in and say these are concentration camps. their atrocity is going on here.
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those are not accurate either. so they are being exposed, but because they believe in the linsky type of method where you just keep telling lies about this stuff, you keep making it up, to facilitate their narrative. because they do not want trump to get a political victory, they are for open borders, that's what is happening. it is astounding, but like sara, i was on the phone with my contacts today. they were like, that is crazy. it did not happen. and you saw that from the group of pastors that were there at the same time. they said, where she coming from? >> dan: sara, what is fascinating is how the democrats always to quote thomas sowell, a legendary economist, they always start the story in the middle. they say these facilities are overcrowded and the conditions are deplorable. we should look into it. but when you ask the obvious question, miss ocasio-cortez, why are they overcrowded? well, we have not done anything about floras, there is no wall,
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very little before donald trump in central america, you were down there, you saw -- if we extend the wall, we would not have an overcrowding problem. >> that is absolutely true, and i spent a lot of time of the border. for many, many years i have been traveling to the u.s./mexico border as well, not just central america. but working and watching what was happening with agents on the ground and the immigrants that were trying to come across. and you know what i can say, dan, what i saw were agents that put everything on the line to save people that were crossing. people that were actually coming across the border who sometimes were ill, whose first hospital that they saw was a border patrol agent delivering them to safety or trying to save their child. this is not something that is come across to the american public. >> dan: congressman, i saw a picture today that was very touching, a border patrol agent in the water throwing himself across the water to save a migrant child who was in distress. granted, any large agency will
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have a few bad apples, listen, you are in congress, i'm sure that you are familiar with a few bad apples up there too? but the border patrol, these are heroic men and women who put their on the line every day, they are not getting rich every day. no one is living the life as a police officer. i'm sorry, you are not getting rich, it is a shame that the democrats have used them as a ping-pong ball for their political advantage. it is a shame. >> absolutely right, sara is right and you are right. you have 17,000 roughly agency and personnel and border control, and you might have a dozen that are not doing what they should do, but the majority are giving their best effort to get this done. never forget this, that the people that are complaining and making up, it just does not make sense, these are the same people that want to get eliminate all of i.c.e., and they would like to get rid of border patrol, they do not want internal enforcement of our walls.
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they are politically biased all the way. >> dan: sara, congressman bigs, thank you so much. news -- and a one-on-one interview, looking forward to this practice congressman devin nunes straight ahead. ♪
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♪ >> dan: welcome back to "hannity," breaking tonight, judicial watch has uncovered more irregularity from the clinton email pro. as a state department official testified under oath that he had major concerns about the fact that hillary clinton's team "called out 30,000 emails back in 2015 and did not follow national archive standards" more on this in a moment. but first a bombshell story from john solomon. in an exclusive interview with
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the hill, a russian oligarch and former paul manafort business client reveals that he was interviewed by the fbi in the f. and cast doubt on the phone he russia collusion narrative. but check this out, according to solomon, the fbi interview was never provided by team mueller even though it provided potential proof of innocence. joining me now for reaction is fox news legal analyst at gregg jarrett, the hills john solomon, and judicial watch president john fenton. i will go to you first. i tweeted out before, and this is incredible. we have a russian oligarch, with unquestionable ties to vladimir putin. they were friends, i don't think that he runs from that, and the connections to russia are not in question, he is interviewed by the fbi according to your story. in that interview he has asked about this potential collusion between members of the trump team and take it from there about his answer and what was
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not provided to team protecting paul manafort. >> it is really important to understand that in september 2016, there was some real credibility with the fbi, because six years earlier when bob mueller was the director of the fbi and andrew mccabe was working russian crime, they asked oleg deripaska to fund the secret mission to try to capture an fbi agent that was hostage in iran, so we ask him to spend the own money to rescue our own people. he brings a lot of credibility from that, so they show up at his house in 2016 in the middle of the election, and we say we think paul manafort, your form former business associate is coordinating with russia to hijack the election. i don't know for sure if i can tell you, but i think it is nonsense. the guy owes me money, the russian government would come to me and asked me before they use them on such a sensitive operation. i think you are barking up the wrong tree. that is so significant from a discovery standpoint. here's why. they go to the court one month
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later, this is a september interview come october they go to the fisa court, they don't tell the fisa court when they deposited the theory that there is collusion going on, they talk to one of the trusted russian sources and he knocked it down. but more significantly, paul manafort goes to trial in the middle of the whole collusion and corruption question and they do not provide that interview with the fbi to his legal defense team, that is known in the legal world as a brady violation and could open up a new door of appeal. an avenue of appeal for paul manafort's legal team. >> dan: john, it is incredible story. greg, going to you from the legal side. we have seen this over and over with the mueller team, exculpatory information whether it is the tapes of papadopoulos claiming that he has nothing to do with the russians paid whether it is constance clem begg who was connected to paul manafort and they make nefarious thing, but he was a source for the obama state department too. we see it again and again, now with oleg deripaska saying that
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there was an oak conclusion, and it is hidden from the mueller al capone vault here. >> you mention brady violation, brady versus maryland in 1963, prosecutors like mueller must always turn over to the defense of any exculpatory information failure to do so is a due process violation of the fifth and 14th amendment. now we learn through john's great reporting that it wasn't the oleg deripaska exculpatory evidence was never handed over to paul manafort's team. so the remedy for that is to go to the judge and make a motion to set aside the verdict. you have to prove an excess, so that will be the challenge for me and affords lawyers, but it does not surprise me that it happened, because the guy in charge of the paul manafort case was andrew weissmann, who has a long and historic history of being caught, threatening
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witnesses and suppressing evidence. he has a prosecutorial terrorist. and a numerous complaints have been filed against him, and yet, here is another example prayed when i read it it had to be andrew weissmann. it has to be. >> dan: tom, i will go to you, i read your report from judicial watch, another great piece of work, we find out that officials at the state department sounded the alarm about the is 30,000 emails that have been called like they were hunting off a herd or something. they eliminated the 30,000 emails, why have we not heard about this sooner? why did this not come out sooner? where were the whistle-blowers? >> because the same justice department and state department that were targeting trump as we are discussing here were protecting hillary clinton. and this senior official of the state department was a sr. records official, he saw that famous picture of hillary clinton looking at the blackberry and raise questions about what is going on here?
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so he testified essentially that the state department knew about the email system and did not tell anyone about it, and then once they found out, once they found out that she had all of these email records, finally admitted that she did they allowed her to on her own go through and tell them what was government records and what was not, which was inappropriate and it turns out they destroyed 33,000 records including they tried to destroy classified information. and then thirdly, thirdly he says that they under classified materials specifically on the benghazi case. so that meant they were sending out the door material that was unmarked and classified even though they knew it was classified further putting national security at risk not only to protect themselves, to protect hillary, because they did not want more classified information associated with her account, obviously to protect her from being criminally prosecuted. >> dan: unbelievable scandal, more than enough information for
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the justice department to reopen an investigation and not only hillary clinton's misconduct, but frankly obama government officials conduct at the state department. john, tom, great, thanks a lot. also developing, "washington post" is out with a new piece this week casting doubt on claims from devin nunes and others about mysterious multimultis having ties to western intelligence. remember at the center of the case against george papadopoulos. and while jim comey cast him as a russian agent, mueller's report makes no such claim, and questions whether or not they should as undisclosed ties to the west. you have to be answered pretty here to respond as ranking member of the house intelligence committee devin nunes. congressman nunez, it is really great to talk to you. i think when we look back on it, you will be remembered for it. you have done some incredible work. having said that, the core of the conspiracy theory against donald trump has been that
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joseph smith stood had some ties to the russian government, relayed information to trump campaign member george papadopoulos and this set off the tie of the fbi investigatory trail, but bob mueller after millions of dollars, multiple fbi agents interviewing people makes no such claim in his report prayed he says that he has russian connection, that is far different than him being a russian agent, what are we missing here? >> well, you know, there is always this saying where there is smoke, there is fire. but in this case, there is not even smoke. there is not even any ashes. the fact that joseph miss wood who is a multi-diplomats before he was a professor, seen in pictures with boris johnson, leading talks at nato, he is involved with many u.s. agencies including the state department d the fbi, and let's just top it off with this.
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in early 2017 as the house intelligence committee is beginning our investigation, just steps away from that investigation, josip mifsud was with the state department, members of congress were there, so, look, the fact that he knows some russian, yes, i think that it's very likely, the fact that mueller ignores certain documents that he actually uses, he uses pieces of news stories in his what i call the mueller report, and in those same news reports, dan, you have evidence in the news report to where they call on these writers that they thought were good enough to use to make one point, they don't use the fact that those writers claim that he was a western intelligence asset. going for a long time, making no sense. i have no idea whether he is a russian asset or a western
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intelligence asset or a double agent or what. all i know is that after $40 million, we still don't know anymore than we knew before, and this is supposedly the guy that knew about the clinton emails. >> dan: one of the suspicious pieces that i found in "the washington post" report is that they emphasize at length joseph mifsud's efforts to cultivate relationships with russia, if he was a russian asset, why is he cultivating relations? on one hand you are telling us that joseph mifsud is a key figure in the russian exchange of information to win an election, and in "the washington post" you are reporting that he is still taking trips to russia trying to ingratiate himself to people? both of those stories can be true at the same time. >> the other thing about this too. you have the mainstream media who got this totally wrong. they were wrong about the hoax coming to talk about it on your show all the time, you have written a book on it. many people that you just had on before us have talked about
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this, when are they going to give it up? these are russian hoaxes, when is "the washington post" -- jumping back into the russia hoax water, and they look foolish again. because look, the only guy that we know that has said for sure that joseph mifsud is a russian asset is gas too? james comey, a month ago in the pages of "the washington post." and so they said, all of their supposed sources that they don't name, none of this makes any sense, but i don't understand why the mainstream media continues to jump into these waters, why do they not try to go get the truth? they interview a lady in the story that at one time had affiliation. a use case it is sin, sandberg? you probably know the name. so clearly she knows joseph mifsud, they interviewed her. why not ask her point blank, do
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you work with this guy? you work with the state department and the fbi in the past, who is this guy? why would you not have a two, three, four, paragraphs interviewing her, she could probably tell you a lot on joseph mifsud. mueller could not call him a russian asset. >> dan: also, why is there not some damage assessment being done by the government if a russian asset joseph mifsud has been telling around with u.k. intelligence, and february of 2017, where is the damage assessment at this point? >> and that has been our major point the whole time, if joseph mifsud was a russian asset, my god coming out of the fbi come the state department, the u.s. congress, all of our allies, nato, boris johnson, they all have been compromised by this russian asset, famous russian asset joseph mifsud. to the fact that they are not doing a damage assessment, dan, i think tells you in the american people all you need to know. highly unlikely that
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joseph mifsud is a russian asset. >> dan: congressman, thank you for your work on this. it has been incredible per president trump is already setting records in the 2020 election. we will tell you how to get a reaction from katie mack manning, lisa boothe, leslie marshall when we come back. ♪ petsmart's celebrating the fourth, with great deals like...
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♪ >> dan: welcome back to "hannity," 2020 is fast approaching, two dozen candidates in a mad scramble to unseat president trump, but many americans are ready to sign back up for trump second turn. "the new york times" is reporting that trump raised $105 million in the second quarter. the times notes that this is more than obama did in the same quarter of his presidency. president trump remarked about the 2020 field that has democratic party challengers look somewhat easier to debate
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than clinton. hillary clinton is casting a long shadow over the 2020 election. jonah goldberg writes in a recent editorial that hillary clinton's candidacy was an inflection point for the country, because they made the g.o.p. turn towards nationalism and the democrats toward socialism. goldberg remarks that she will never be president, but she has made history, nonetheless. joining us all to react to the 2020 news, senior fellow lisa boothe and leslie marshall, lisa, i will go to you first, we have seen this lurch to the far left, i've seen this repeatedly, this is the gift of the the trup presidency, i took some notes before i came on. >> it is probably a long list. i will have to give you the cliff notes paid in the last few months we have heard talk of concentration camps in the u.s., infanticide, 70% tax rate, government run health care, the list goes on and on, is this a
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51% majority agenda in america? >> the biggest challenge for democrats right now is that there are so many candidates and not a lot of daylight between them on these policy issues. we have seen them try to be out crazy the other one in order to get noticed and attention in the crowded primary field, but hillary clinton pushing the party to the left, i think what puts a party to the left is the fact that they saw an establishment a candidate like hillary clinton lives, the dnc essentially backer over bernie sanders in that it created a lot of progressives and people on the left, you saw a lot of those types of candidates go forward in the 2018 cycle in more primary contests, the democrats are used to seeing, just progressives more fired up based on that. >> dan: i will go to 2020 campaign secretary kayleigh mcenany, forgive me for not introducing you. you are a valuable voice in the conversation. but i mention to lisa, not every democrat, i'm not going to do what they do to us in stereotype the entire party, but these are
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issues that have come up. concentration camps, 70% tax rate, health care for illegal aliens, everybody raises their hand, how does this play in west virginia, pennsylvania coal country? is this a winner in the swing state like pennsylvania? >> no, no, no. far from it. these are asinine ideas. they are crazy ideas. they are insane, when you have 76% of the nation saying i want border security, 70% saying stricter immigration law, and what do democrats say? oh, let's decriminalize border crossing, let's abolish i.c.e. that's a great idea. then they say let's look at late-term abortion, 6% support abortion until birth. and democrats say, sounds like a great idea. we will endorse that. they are the party of the 6%. and they can readily take the 6% as we at the trump campaign and president trump take the other 94 percent in a landslide reelection on november 3rd,
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2020. >> dan: leslie, i will go to you next, i don't see this playing in middle america, i don't get it. the democrats have tried to go to the left before, history is there for us to read. they try to with mondale running on higher taxes. they tried it with dukakis. they got absolutely filleted at the polls in both of those elections. this is not a winner in a national -- and an electoral college national election, can they come back from this? >> oh, absolutely. if if you look historically in e most recent elections including bill clinton, the democrats do in the primary tend to go to the left, because of their base. and in the general they come more to the center. i think this is what will happen. i want to disagree with jonah, the left is not to hillary clinton, it is all bernie sanders pit he got up and said that he was a socialist. some of his programs, the fight for a $15 minimum wage, these are embraced by all of the candidates and the majority of the democratic party right now. that was not hillary, that was all bernie sanders.
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>> dan: a brief follow-up with you, i agree with you that in the past both parties move back to the center, but now that it's getting harder with the internet generation and social media. it is all on tape now. everybody raising their hand, that will be used over and over. that was not the case 30 years ago where you could flip in a comment here and there. >> i don't think it will come down to left or right people looking at a debate and saying, who raise their hand. you know that in -- >> but you know how they will show. the donald trump campaign is going to play that and put that in the ad. all of the democrats raising their hand advocating for giving illegal immigrants health care. >> the key difference between now and -- >> let me know when i can go pray to speak of the fact that president trump is going to have a war chest of money, so he does not have to rely on the media like he did in the 2016 cycle, e will be able to dig dictate the terms of the election and how that gets to voters and that
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will be critical for 2020. >> although we have two dozen people, we are going to have two people on the stage at the end -- >> and you have worked on a campaign leslie. >> may i finish, the democratic candidate is going to dictate and we will see the money spread out across 24 along with the dnc cash flow definitely come up. you have people to judge and sanders, half with just two people of what the president in the rnc raised. i'm not worried yet. >> dan: ladies, thanks a lot. we really appreciate it. liberal cities in crisis, a dozen child in chicago, a conservative attack on antifa in oregon, and a -- david webb and alan dershowitz will be there when "hannity" returns. ♪ shows. with all that usaa offers why go with anybody else? we know their rates are good, we know that they're always going to take care of us. it was an instant savings and i should have changed a long time ago.
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♪ >> dan: welcome back to "hannity," as have been reported on the show, liberal cities across the nation are in crisis, leftist policies gone a month. homelessness and poverty are skyrocketing, shootings are on the rise, breaking news out of chicago tonight as a city is facing turmoil on multiple fronts. fox news correspondent matt bevin joins us live from the chicago bureau with the latest. >> this evening chicago police tell us that it was a brutally violent couple of days here over the weekend in the city between the dates of june 28th and june 30th. a chicago police 52 people were shot. five people were killed, one was a juvenile. and there were 39 incidents over the weekend. and in light of the staggering weekend crime numbers, chicago police say in 2019 it has had a 7% fewer homicides than in 2018, the lowest since 2016. police give credit in part to the gun recovery efforts.
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in other news in chicago, new video obtained by fox news now very much appears to place after jussie smollett and to the osundairo brothers at the scene of the alleged host the night that it happen and chicago. one of the brothers is in a red brimmed hat because police note indicate that their brother purchased a red had to wear during the alleged hoax. also for the first time we appear to see what very much looks like jussie smollett walking around the street in the same might say whether he was seen wearing when police showed up to his apartment. the legal team insist that he is innocent, the victim of a true hate crime, and had nothing to do with a hoax. >> dan: in in the interview wih tucker carlson that aired last night, president trump talked about the chaos and homelessness in liberal cities. watch this. >> you can't have what is happening where police officers are getting sick just by walking the beat. they are getting actually very sick. where people are getting sick, where the people living there are living in hell too.
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but some have mental problems where they do not even know that they are living that way. perhaps they like living that way. they can't do that. we cannot ruin our cities. and you have people that work in those cities. they work and office buildings, and to get into the building, they have to walk through a scene that nobody would have believed three years ago. and this is the liberal establishment. this is what i'm fighting. >> dan: an update to a story that we covered last night, portland police released photos of suspects in violent antifa clashes that injured conservative writers and others. according to news busters cbs, msnbc, and "the new york times," all ignored the antifa violence and beating of andy ngo. joining us now is host a reality check with david webb on fox nation fox nation and columnists at the hill david webb. an intro to the mueller report, alan dershowitz. but i will go to your first, david.
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the irony of conservatism is conservative governments benefiting conservatives and liberals, but to the opposite is true for a liberal cities. look at the rudy giuliani years compared to what is happening in new york with bill de blasio. the city is falling apart. >> if you look at what happen in new york, what happen was proper policing and law enforcement. that is not a left or right issue. a law enforcement is frustrated. i talked to officers in chicago not just about the jussie smollett case, but about how they are policing. and they feel at the may oral agency that runs the city does not have their back. it is not just the mayor, but the establishment. i know you are seeing the police in some form of revolt saying that we want to do our job to protect citizens no matter what. that is common in law enforcement, not the outliers that you see. and the summer when it heats up, you see this. the hot days of summer leading to a variety of things that increase in shootings, but robberies are also up.
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if you look at the reports in the city is, they are starting to see that it is an indicator where you are seeing robberies going to the precinct level, that completes for the commanders, this is a real problem not only in chicago but in many cities around the country, liberal run cities. >> dan: wherever you see a liberal monopoly where they are in charge of these big cities, sadly many times you see high crime, you see lawlessness, you see some pockets of poverty that seem unbreakable, what is a common thread here, obviously it seems to be this liberal form of government. am i reading this wrong? >> i think that you are reading it wrong, when hitchcock was mayor of new york, it was a wonderful city. i live in new york, i think it is a wonderful city, i don't support bill de blasio for many of his economic reasons, but i think he way overstated the problems in new york and contribute them to one party more than another. chicago is a different story. chicago really has very, very serious problems. some of the west coast cities
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has serious problems. but they are endemic to urban centers. where i think we really do have a problem that your initial point made was about and defied cities. when i have spoken at schools like berkeley, i've been threatened by antifa, and i think that the government has to do something to stop left-wing violence to liberal moderate speakers like me, i am not radical enough for him antifa. that has been a problem on university campuses, we live in a federal system, and that gives authority to the cities to make their own mistakes and their own decisions. the president really cannot intrude on that except in extreme cases. we have to leave it to the cities and to the voters to decide whether they like what they get in the cities or not. >> on the legal analysis, i will defer to alan, looking great for
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the summer out there. about the administration had done something. and i have had this discussion. i live in new york and i love it like he does, that koch had a relationship and an understanding of property proper policing, that is a key difference. unfortunately in the cities that fractured relationship. on the antifa issue, the fbi has weighed in, he is right about the supremacy clause on a number of issues. i would never argue with, his expertise on that. >> that antifa calls themselves antifascists. we have to run, wait until you see our villain of the day. that is next on "hannity." ♪ ♪ -i'm sorry? -what teach here isn't telling you is that snapshot rewards safe drivers with discounts on car insurance. -what? ♪ -or maybe he didn't know. ♪
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still the greatest country on worth. raymond arroyo is filling in for laura tonight. a "the ingraham angle" is up next. >> great show, i was watching the whole thing. in fact, i was so distracted i got here late. so hang in there, happy july 4th. we will see you soon. i'm raymond arroyo, in for a laura ingraham, this is "the ingraham angle" from new york, nike polling issue featuring an american flag after a backlash from national anthem protester colin kaepernick. just one of several instances of patriotism under fire as we approach independence day. we will take a closer look, also we have breaking immigration news for you tonight, a federal judge is blocking trump's latest border efforts. to the acting director of i.c.e. will be her to respond. and two more polls show just how bad joe biden fared in that last democratic debate. it is the tide turning on a former vp? matt schlapp and juan williams here to break it a