we will be back monday. have a great weekend. ♪ >> welcome to special edition of hannity, trump versus the radical left. we start with pretty amazing news. look at this. i doubt the media mob will be focused on it. but donald trump economy just broke another huge record. for the first time in recorded history the african-american unemployment rate in the united states is sdun to 5.5%. that is an all-time low. nd that's not all. the unemployment gap between white americans, black americans, is also at a record low. in other words our economy is now humming on all cylinders. thankfully working for the entire family, all americans. the president's tax cuts were a
huge success. the president's deregulation, huge success. the new trade deals with mexico, can dark the european union, japan a big win for american goods. and by the way, i expect that the deal with china is going to be free and more fair at the end of the day. top it all off, americans are now safer. look at this. nationwide, violent crime is down significantly by a lot. and by the way, construction of the wall, the biggest unreported story this week, is well underway. the president this week, media isn't focused on it, after securing the $3.6 billion in new funding, the wall is going up. as we speak. the video on the screen is showing the progress at the border in yuma, arizona, that's last week alone, and the president saying we'll get 500 miles built by the end of next she vowed to challenge the funding in court. problem is there are laws that
we have cited on this program as it res to the president, legally being able to build walls and barriers to stop drug corridors. that law also is backed up by something called the constitution. you see the constitution says he is the commander in chief. we don't want the 90% of heroin in this country that crosses that border to enter. we can end the terrible cycle of losing nearly 300 americans a week. nancy pelosi, a lot of democrats supporteded obama's wall but they don't support trump's wall. that's their problem. nancy pelosi doesn't at one time address the crisis at all. and even though today in her own state of california, look at this, nancy, it's like we showed a mile from your house, needles, urination, defercation problems -- defication, an illegal immigrant accused of shooting police officers apprehended after high speed pursuit.
madam speaker, if you are speaker in name only, it was previously released, allegedly because of california's city and their state santuary laws. in other words aiding and abetting the people that committed kroims and not handing them over to i.c.e. to be deported. in maryland, six illegal immigrants, one considers citizen charged in the stabbing death of a 21-year-old. according to statistics from the administration during a two-year period, 4,000 murers can were committed by illegal immigrants in this country. 100,000 assaults, carried out. 30,000 sexual crimes carried out. each and every week, heroin is killing, opioids are killing approximately 300 americans. 90% of heroin and now fentanyl coming in through the southern border. this is a national security crisis. the president is absolutely right to make the border a priority. and that means we can prevent
those drugs from getting into the hands of american kids. the president is dedicated to improving the quality of life. for all of you conservatives that said hannity is just supporting the president, the president didn't give up on the border wall he changed strategies. i've now been proven correct. the money has been reallocated. it isegtitutional. despite significant gains of americans at home, you have democrats, their number one sut porlters, contributors, allies, the media mob are seething with anger and pes sism and despair and hoping for recessions, openly. if you watch the terrible climate, seven-hour disasterous marathon on fake news cnn. you heard democrats mourning the destruction of planet earth because of plastic straws and capitalism and the come bulges engine. others on the left using the politics of race and division to stoke fear along american
voters. that is a classic political tactic from democrats and the media mob but it's more depraved than ever. look at this, former espn commentator jamail hill, calling for voluntary racial segregation in college sports to, quote, disresult the reign of an amateur sports system that uses the labor of, quote, black folks to make, quote, white folks rich. hill is using the politics of ris to dividets country one prominent author of stoking fear, around anybody who dares to wear any red hat. any red hat. no writing on it. the pollster nominated, tweeting, quote, if anybody else is made uncomfortable by anyone wearing any kind of red baseball cap like i see on my heart does weird bleep. i finally realize that only sells title interest or
whatever. maybe don't wear red caps any more, normal people? i like red caps. and if you're a boston red sox fan and cincinnati reds fan, is a parentally your team hats are scaring the snowflakes. they might think are you a smelly walmart shoppers. i love walmart, they're great. you save money, get the same products. irredeemable deplorables that like the president, likes the success we're having, likes the economy, creating jobs and getting people off food stumps, making us energy independent. sadly trump derangement syndrome is so bad trump donors are being targeted with harassment and public shaming and boycotts. sarah sanders now a fox news contributor, we ee glad to have her, a private citizen, still confronted in public by angry, psychotic trump-hating lunatics. take a look. >> you're out of the administration now. are you still taking heat when
you go out to eat? >> sometimes. you know, usually depends where i am in the country. back home in arkansas, things are so far pretty easy and welcoming. >> how about new york city. >> it's hit or miss. i have not been asked to leave any restaurant but every once in a while you have? who comes up to say something. >> like what? >> nasty to you. >> sean: the vilification has to stop. no one deserves to be harassed. the mob and the media stoking all of this resentment. they hate trump every second, minute, hour, of every 24-hour week, every week, every month, every year. russia, russia, stormy, stormy, racist, racist, impeachment, impeachment. sharpie, sharpy, the latest. nonstop hysteria over drawing a map. according to news busters on wednesday, fake news cnn and, yes, msnbc, the conspiracy
network, dedicated a whopping 145 minutes of air time to sharpie coverage and analysis. and of course the hysterical reporting in an attempt to make the president look bad. what they do. they're the ones who appear detached from reality, the ones that pushed every lie, conspiracy for 2 1/2 years. the media mob not know how insane they look? apparently not. blinded by the anti-trump rage. if donald trump cured cancer i doubt they'd say anything good about it. lunacy an all-time low, the member of the conservative nation, author of the book "still winning" charley hurt. i'm not sick of winning, charlie. does this ever stop or is it always going to be? >> well, i think the big reason that president trump and the supporters are still winning, is because the dnc spent seven
hours on cnn last night talking about all of their goofy, crazy, expensive, power-grabbing environmental nonsense. and then that's only when they're not obsessing over sharpiegate and all of this nonsense. the thing about the tweets, the tweets that caused all of the hysteria about the weather report, is that everything that president trump included in that tweet about hurricane dorrian came from who? the weather service people. he simply repeated what they all predicted, at one point the cone of the storm was going to hit a part of alabama. everything that followed since then is pure donald trump derangement syndrome hysteria. dn matt, i believe that the president if he cured cancer and gave every citizen $5 million they'd still hate him. >> and there's no question about it. if you look at what the american people care about, it isn't
climate change and it isn't all of this other alarmism we're getting from the democrats. they care about their families, they care about having a good job, being able to pay their bills. all of those fundamental questions, the president is passing with flying colors. i think we're at a crackdown moment for the left, sean, where these crazy views that democrat candidates for president and the squad and others are talking about really are dison nant with the plern people. when the democrats lose badly over the radical policies they might rethink the craziness. >> sean: thanks matt, charlie, appreciate it. we turn to other big breaking news surrounding the deep state. president versus the left. yesterday a federal judge healed private meeting with lt. general flynn's legal counsel, whose new lawyer, sydney powell, she accused the special counsel lawyers of withholding exculpatory evidence from the defense. raising questions about whether he was illegally surveilled, something we have talked about
at length on this brm. this program. massive ramifications for flynn, could shed light on the prosecutal misconduct in the weiseman-led special counsel probe. robert mueller didn't know what fusion gps is, jeannie rhea lawyer for clinton, can't like he was too in charge. analysis of this in a moment. one more big update from judicial watch, a federal judge has just granted significant new discovery surrounding documents related to the clinton e-mail scandal. judge also blasted government officials in the state department of the d.o.j. for not complying with freedom of information act requests. we'll keep you updated with new discovery in that case. also tonight, a breaking new development from congressman devin nunes and his suit against fusion gps, the shadowy company, trying to impede his
investigation which smears, lies, and intimidation a prominent businessman, also claiming to be the target of fusion's dirty smear tactics and is saying that fusion's founder, glen simpson, is paid by individuals connected to the russian government. mind-boggling twist. the "new york times" reported that fusion's dirty dossier could be russian desire information, likely russian desire disinformation. russian, putin, knew hillary was paying for the lies about hookers urinating in beds, and hillary would use it to blij on trump. might raise the question of the media telling us that the russians wanted to help donald trump. maybe they were trying to help hillary if they knew about the dirty doeser in. nearly three-plus years here donald trump has faced this harassment. we've been saying it for a while
thanks to the durham-barr investigation. hopefully we'll see justice truth coming. even though the process is slower than we'd like, we the american people are saying hang in there, i want to see the report on fisa abuse and learn if those fisa warrants were obtained illegally. the premeditated thought committed on that fisa court f they used the dirty unverified dossier that is verified and warned not to use it that, to me meets the definition of premeditated fraud on the court that, is illegal warrant, obtained illegally based on lies, propaganda. message to the deep state actors, you know, the ones that tried to rig the election and destroy a president-elect,en that duly elected president, i say tick-tock for you. author of the big new book ball of collusion, andy mccart think and "witch hunt" gregg jarrett and fox news investigative reporter sarah carter.
andy, special, now we know that the d.o.j. and the fbi were warned that, uh-oh, don't trust this, he has an agenda, it's not verified. we also know they were told twice, hillary paid for it. now we know it's an unverifiable document. not even steele stands behind it. you worked in the prestigious, i mean the sincerely, southern district of new york, does that sound like premeditated fraud and illegal warrant effort? >> sean, what i would be most concerned about and alarmed about, we now know that in connection with the cadillacings dent, only days before they went for the warrant, they were told that steele had been wrong about something that was fundamental. so i think that between the bias that he had, which was quite
obvious and as you point out was known throughout the unit in the fbi and the justice department who was looking at this, the fact that at least we know somebody at the justice department had problems with their lack of transparency with respect to steele, and the fact that they knew that he was wrong abouting? fundamental, normally in an investigation means you put the brakes on everything and scrub what the guy has given you to make sure that it's not only verifiable, but actually verified. that's very problematic. >> sean: and, gregg, what you've been saying your followup book, to the number one best seller, lays it out. that was true. hillary's investigation was rigged. i think we've proven that point over and over again with real evidence. then of course we have the issue of, well, did we outsource, subcontract spying abroad with our allies for the purpose of circumventing american law.
>> greg: i hope this is the expect of the upcoming report which should come out some time this month. i agree with andy, when you conceal vital evidence from the fisa court and deceive the judges, your ear perpetrating a fraud on the court, committing perjury, you signed the first fisa want application, signed a certification under penalty of perjury. verifying the information was true and accurate. when he knew it wasn't. they hadn't verified any of the collusion allegations upon which they relied. whether they received subsequent information, rule 13 tells them they must immediately run back to the fisa court and notify the judges of new information. so that the judges may reevaluate whether the spying and surveillance on carter page could continue. they didn't do that either.
they broke, as i nif my book, a myriad of laws in my judgment, six different felonies. >> sean: sara you have been at this 2 1/2 years. i feel we have overwhelming, incontrovertible evidence that hillary clinton violated the espionage act, obstruction. these warrants, these fisa warrants were obtained illegally. proceed mitted fraud on the court. and they accused the intelligence to spy on americans by outsourcing it. do you believe the inspector general will find those four warrants, the original and the four on the three subsequent renewals, were obtained illegally? >> yes, i absolutely do believe that he's going on do that. we'll see that in horowitz' report, and john durham will drill right in to that. this is the essence, this is the
law that we physically can see was broken, sean. it's what we're hearing, all of the evidence that, we've obtained over the last 2 1/2 years, is accurate as i believe it is. and all of the sourcing that we've been told that that these fisa applications were fraudulent lently signed a lot of people forget, but the former attorney general, loretta lynn whch she was under questioning by congress behind closed doors she basically had selective amnesia when they got to these questions, did you know about this, did you review those fisa applications. she said no she did not review the fisa applications even though it was under her purview. the buck stops with her. not only is she responsible, but certainly the people, the signatories, comey as well as andrew mccabe. remember the fourth fisa application renewal was signed
by rod rosen-style stein. that will be interesting. what was in the renewal applications. i stilly believe that horowitz is going to find a mountain of evidence in that. it's going to be a scathing report. it will point directly at all of the mall fees answer. the only reason why they ignore that evidence is because -- >> >> sean: last question, andy, in the great new book you talk about, there is no counter intelligence investigation for the president. do you believe that barack obama has the important questions to ask, what did you know, when did you know it, do you believe that he knew all of this? >> i don't know that he knew all of it, i think he knew enough 6 it to be considered complicit. we know that the day before president-elect trump was briefed there was a meeting in the oval office with obama where they talked about what information not to share with the incoming team. that's a pretty significant
i'm trace gallagher. now back to hannity. ♪ >> sean: joe biden is caught again telling yet another big lie. this time about his position on the iraq war. telling npr, he came out against it right after the invasion, claiming. bush tricked him into supporting the war in the first place. he got tricked. take a look. >> i let my record stand. my record has been good. i think the vast majority of the northern policy community thinks it's been good. for example, i got a commitment from president bush he was not going to go to war in iraq, he
looked me in the eye, needed a vote to get inspectors in to iraq to determine what shain was engaged -- saddam hussein was engaged with a nuclear program. then we had shock and awe. the moment it started i came out against the war at that moment. >> sean: a problem with all of this, biden was still publicly backing the war for many, many months, more than he's claiming. here's a sample of his remarks in 2003 and 2004. joe needs to learn to tell the truth. >> some of my own party have said it was a mistake to go to iraq in the first place. and believe that it's not worth the cost, whatever benefit may flow. from our engagement in iraq. but the cost of not acting against saddam, i think, would have been much greater. and so is the cost and so will be the cost of not finishing
this job. i'm convinced that we can still succeed, if we level with the american people about the costs and the risks. if we develop a coherent plan for success. and if we bring the iraqi people and the rest of the world with us. san lot more, not only did a spokesman for the bush family tell the examiner it was a flat-out lie and david axelrod is calling joe out accusing him of serially distorting his record. biden is under fire because he reportedly declared thursday that he's committed to not raising money from fossil fuel executives. at a fundraiser hosted by fossil fuel company founder. we told enthusiasm would happen. biden wouldn't be able to keep his stories straight and escape his parent. he would be spinning in a million different directions. even joe isn't far left enough for the new extreme democratic party. he fully supports the new green deal. that party is now filled with
radicals, socialists, bernie sanders, comrade de blasso, and rudy guiliani slamming for the city he saved. former mayor rudy guiliani joins us now. i know were you on "fox & friends" mr. mayor, and krod much heros. first responders. >> it was very emotional, sean. very emotional to see all of those men there. and a number of them i recognized from being there trying to dig up the bodies of their brothers and their fringdz. and their friends. it's a long time ago but you still feel it's yesterday. >> sean: especially in new york, all of us know people that were killed. you said something about, you know, we're watching something that is interesting much the number one state people, the mass exit, is new york state. followed closely by california. followed by new jersey. followed by illinois. states that have been run by
liberal democrats. now the city that, i remember new york city prerudy guiliani, prestop and frisk, i remember 29,500 murders. >> i remember it really well, i was u.s. attorney, you remember, for eight years. >> sean: southern district. >> before i became the mayor. i knew everything that was wrong with it. de blasso is a disaster. i can't feigned democrat that will defend him. i have democrats that come up to me and say, i'm angry at you for supporting. trump but you know something, you're right about deblasio, he's a disaster. he's a democrat. liberal democrat. i don't think that people in the rest of the country have any idea. >> sean: let me ask you about joe, we know the ukraine story, we covered it. >> prime a fash case of might be bring in the ukraine. >> sean: demanding a firing in six hours. >> covering it up.
they go after republicans, like poor general flynn, for getting trapped by the fbi into what they say is a lie that meant nothing. >> sean: he withheld american dollars, our money as leverage to say fire the prosecutor that's investigating. here's my question. i look at joe biden, everything we're saying we have covered. joe biden looks like he aged 20 years since he left office. i don't think he had a fastball, but the softball is gone, too. >> he's always been dumb. he mixes things up all of his life. i believe he's always been an essential cheat. not an honorable man. everybody liked him, he was funny, made jokes. but he's plagiarized twice. >> sean: he said a lot of dumb things. >> plagiarized just now. >> sean: do you think he can sur strive p prolg snes. >> no. >> sean: david axelrod -- >> he's not going to survive it. >> sean: he has a well earned reputation for goofy, harmless
gaffes but it's another if you serially distort your own record. heness danger of creating a more damaging meme. let me ask you this, i don't think biden is going to make it. >> i don't think he's going to make it either. if i didn't know about ukraine and china i'd feel bad for him, i would. but here's why i don't feel bad. all of the millions and billions that his family took out based on his selling his public office, i spent my career investigating political corruption. and it is disgusting what these newspapers won't cover. >> sean: got on run, mr. mayor, thanks for being with us. wow, we thought it got bad this week, it's getting worse. they'll be here to tell you what's really motivating the dire prediction, it's about socialism more than climate change. and alex baldwin, what h
special edition of hannity, trump versus the left in america. now during fake news' cnn's disastrous seven-hour dnc clay national town hall, one candidate after another proposed bans on everything to eating red meat, plastic straws, everything is through free, free, free. the guy that can't govern south bend, indiana, mayor pete is talking apocalyptic terms about the end of the planet. making bizarre claims about world war ii, maybe needs to blern the guys that slammed the beaches at normandy. >> we're seeing more and more instability around the world. evidence that droughts that
might have been partly worsened by climate change, had everything to do with the syrian immigration, and hitting our borders. this is the beginning. we could see climate wars in the future, let's not let that happen. >> sean: 1.7 to 167 trillion they want to -- 16 trillion, facing future climate wars, drinking from straws makes you a part of the problem, well mayor pete, also part of the problem. for reaction, chief meteorologist joe bastardi, and kimberly strassel. i get it. this is not, kimberly, about the climate change. alexandria cortez says this is about everything free, new taxes, this is about government control, and their power. once they get control what do we have left? >> well, that's jushgts it. you know, i know people have been rolling their eyes over
this seven-hour climate town hall. i've enjoyed. this i think it's useful. it is revealing, first of all how far left that party has moved just in the past five years. the radical things they're talking about, the fringe five years ago. now they're mainstream in the presidential race. and revealing because about what they want to do. if you listen to, this you come to realize how convenient a crisis climate is. you have a problem in the banking sector, fix the banks. this one, if you got a climate problem it means the left gets to rule everything in your life. it can tell you what you can eat, what can you drive, what toilet paper can you use, what kind of house can you live in, what we have to teach in school, what the military looks like. what industries are allowed to exist and how they are to be regulated. the ultimate tool for running the country. i think that's why you see them talking about it so much and in such extreme and sort of crisis terms.
>> sean: joe, you follow the weather, i'm hearing all of these dire predictions, you would think, and made a lady on the radio today that wants to silence people like me, get me off television and radio, i'm dangerous. the point i'm asking, we have had worse use of storms, historically, one of the things i like about you and i make fun of you because you're the chief meteorologist on my radio show, can you tell me about the storm years, 1928, the 1800s, the 1950s. where are we in terms of today's storms versus those storms? >> well, first of all they're weaponizing the weather. most people don't know what happened yesterday. there's weather joe, and weather joe and climate joe intersect because i was taught from a very early age that the foundation you stand on today was built yesterday to reach for tomorrow. and ignorance about the parent leads the or row arrogance about
the future. weather is a majestic system, it doesn't stop, i did what my father taught me, look at the parent. study the past. study history. whether you see something show up on the weather maps chances are you have an up on it. i will tell you this, i'll give you an example. do you think for one minute that mayor of south bend knows in 1963, '64 and '66 three category four hurricanes hit in the same spot in hispaniola? does he know hurricane flora stalled for four days with 100 inches of rain? how how about jeanne, in '63. there are constant examples, third one of the season, this movement is dorian, except it was 50 to 60 miles further north in the bahamas. >> sean: well, pretty shocking
what we hear every day. the media mob, they perpetuate the hyperbole, the fear-mongering, lies, conspiracy theories. shocking stories, suspected illegal immigrants, allegedly shot a sheriffs deputy. the president succeeded, most underrated story about president trump. and later, alec baldwin is complaining about donald trump. we have an update. 7pgñóo
trace gallagher from the west coast newsroom with the latest. >> trace: sean, federal agents routinely complain about california's skwaurpt laws. now even -- sanctuary laws. even a sheriff is fed up, the law nearly got a deputy killed. merced county sheriff says the 51-year-old is an illegal immigrant and known criminal. for the past that includes assault with a deadly weapon and spousal abuse. when he threatened to kill his wife's family deputies went to arrest him. the suspect opened fire hitting the deputy in the leg and bulletproof vest. he got away. hours later he was spotted in a stolen truck. a chase ensued speeds agovernor 120 miles an hour. when police stopped the truck, lopez herrera opened fire until he was stopped by a canine. here's the sheriff. >> bottom line is that our
immigration policies need to be revamped, we're going to continue to have more of this situation happen. we knew ahead of time this guy is potential for violence. >> lopez her require a should have been deported numerous times, but law enforcement can't communicate with i.c.e. he remained in the country. >> sean: also in california the hollywood hate machine off the rails as ever. it's called presidential electric baldwin, said in a recent interview, he was so fed up with playing president trump on "saturday night live" he wanted a meteor to hit the building. i think he's talking about 30 rock. take listen. >> did loren ever call you to come in and do trump? >> i'm tired have it. >> doing trump some. >> yeah. every time i did it after the second and third season i would do it, i'd go in my room, i hope a meteor hits this building and kills me, i don't want to do this ever again.
trump, when they're going to vote their wallets, vote for everything. environment, climate, you know. >> sean: and the never ending hysteria of serious consequences for pro trump donors and businesses are facing targeted boycotts and so on and so forwards, harassment. some in hollywood are waking up to the problems with trump dangment sdoel and injury blacklist. isaiah washington revealed in a new interview with fox nation he's leaving the democratic party, calling out the party for their failure to deliver for underserved communities. fox news contributors with us. lawrence, good to see you. lawrence has been moving, we gave him a couple of days off. if you've been wondering where he is. he got a u-haul, moving around. we're glad to have you both back. lawrence, here's the deal. these are the facts. we have a new record today, a
record low, unemployment, part of our american family, i know politics is all broken down demographically. the lowest unemployment ever, african-american, hispanic americans, women in the workplace, youth unemployment. despite the dreams of recession and trump failure. >> there's an openings there, sean. the president has delivered when it comes to unemployment numbers and improving different things within the community. go to the community and ask for the vote, you been sending me across the country. these people don't care if you have a d or r in front of your name, they want the problem solved. the unemployment rate has solved some of of the ish issues, some of the community is struggling. the democrats party proposals isn't going to help improve the community. i think that's what you see with eye say. he isn't pleased with any political party, he's saying who's going to save my community. president trump, if he was to go
into the community and talk with people he'd get their votes. >> sean: i don't see the media mob talking about the good employment numbers today, the good economy, the record low unemployment, the record high labor participation, how demographic groups, i call them, people in the 2016 election the forgotten men and women. we have now close to 8 million americans that were on food stamps under biden-obama that are off. we have 8-plus million new jobs. manufacturing coming back. prosperity beginning. 57 years first time we're energy independent. that's going to raise the standard of living for so many of our fellow americans. >> that's one of the reasons why i'm grateful to be a part of this network. we were talking with it. it's why it's so unfortunate and misguided those on the left aren't talking about those facts. mr. washington said it best, he was a critical thinker about it, and said i vote for the policies not the party, not the person. and because i stepped back and
evaluated my community and what has changed in the past 50 years, nothing, i ask these critical questions. instead from the left in the mainstream media we get don't wear any hat that is red or you might trig smer one. or -- trigger some one. let's boycott this business. dock the people who support the existing president. the president not realizing that all of that dark is galvanized the nor gotten men and women. >> sean: lawrence? >> sean, it also highlights the hypocrisy in the media. we've been lectured to about civility and keeping the cool. baldwin talking about a meteor. other political leaders in canada talking about a lurk hitting mar-a-lago. people talk about the possibilities. when they don't like the political side they encourage this. they don't talk about that. >> sean: would it be on this show if i said, i dream an awful
lot about blowing up the white house, with barack obama as president. what would happen, emily? >> you would be gone. >> exactly. i'm sure you would be gone and likely ostracized. debra messing retweeted the quote that black voters for trump must have mental illnesses. she apologized, but it's that level of delusion and hue brings. and double standard. if one of us sid it, we would be vilified. >> sean: thank you. when we come back after donating a part of his liver our friend, colleague, ed henry did this for his younger sister, back on the air. he's next.
we're proud of you, his sister colleen. i know how hard this is, i'm not going to make you cry. i'm not going to play it. but what you did was an act of love and kindness and unbelievable generosity. and you didn't blink a second. you did it, it's amazing, we're proud of you. >> well, i appreciate that. i didn't blink, it was my sister corks lien, i love her -- sister colleen. that's her, right now, last weekend. she's doing great. the previous one right there is us holding hands before we went in to surgery. i have to admit now, i was trying to be brave. at the time i didn't know what was going to come out on the other end. i thought the risk was low for me and that's why, one of many reasons i wanted to do it. one of my great fears, we would do all of this and maybe it still wouldn't work. i didn't know how i would cope with that if i were to lose my sister. i can't think about that. we both had faith.
and she texted me the morning of the surgery, she's so strong, she's my younger sister. i was getting ready at the hotel with my wife to go over to st. sinai here in new york. that morning i didn't know what was going to happen. i was trying to get the strength, the courage were you talking about. i didn't have it, frankly. >> you did. >> sean: you had it, you did. >> my sister, colleen, text mead that morning. she said -- texted me and she said we got this. and my sister gave me the strength. >> you know what is amazing. >> sean: you didn't hesitate, it was my sister but if it's hannity, let him drop dead. i got the message. [laughing] but honestly, what is amazing, i want to say this, the liver regenerates. >> yes. in six weeks. >> sean: yeah, to its normal size and hers grows into the normal size. >> right, basically i shared, you have two lobes, i donated one of those lobes, within 4 to
6 weeks my liver regenerated, that's why i feel healthy, coming back to work. my sister has a longer road, taking a lot of drugs to make sure there's no rejection. so far what i can report she's healthy, the liver has been accepted, her surgeon said within a few seconds of her taking my liver it started working. this might be bad for your reputation, your critics, sean, i should credit, before the surgery i was having a couple of difficult moments, what was ahead wrushgs on the phone with me walking me through it, were you a great friend. you called, you sent a care package to our cause have house. after the surgery were you checking on my sister, colleen. and your critics may not believe it. >> sean: i'm editing that out. listen, we are e praying for your sister, shows who you are, we've always known it, you are a good man. >> thank you for the thoughts. and the president tweeted about it, appreciate that. >> sean: that was cool, too, i saw that. all of the time we have left.
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