thanks for being with us tonight. good night from new ken rsht world taking a -- kennedy: theorld taking a step back from nuclear war, but you woulder in know that from the media who insisted the summit was a massive failure. >> a summit not an accomplishment for this american president. the spectacle of seeing the american flag along with the dprk flag. i would say it's disgusting. >> both men are liars.
kim jong-un lies and donald trump lies. >> these are awful people and he wants to become best friend with them. this is not going to work. this is not just lunch. it's not going to work. kennedy: chuck schumer and bob menendez are doing the same thing. they all think the singapore swing was aikeout. e president was not suede by the haters. he tweeted great progress was made on the denuclearization of north korea. hostages are back home. we'll be getting the remains our great heroes back to their families. no missiles shot. no research --
#singaporesummit. the president did not solve the whole crisis. so why is the left so q to condemn this first joining me, former white house press secretary, he's here. sean spicer. let's talk about the reaction on the left. i was watching adam schiff on msnbc. although democrats said they would -- adam schiff was such a negative nancy about the whole thing. and democrats promised if the president emerged from the meeting with something positive and productive they would give him credit for it. but they can't help themselves. that's where you talk. i'm sorry, i thought we were playing a clip. thank you.
i remember their outrage. at least they are consistent. i remember outrage they expressed when president obama sat down with a dicta went to a baseball game in cuba. oh, wait, that didn't happen. they cheered that. i guess that's a bit of hypocrisy when it comes to the standard they apply to president trump. no matter what the president does, it will never be good enough. it will always be bad. and that's horrible. there are certain things we all should root for ascans. we just saw bill maher root for the economy to take, because that's wait would take to get rid of trump. the fact they are rooting against the success of our country because they don't like our president shows how bad and hypocritical they are. the president of the united states just did what no one thought was thinkable.
to potentially save hundreds of thousands if not millions of potential lives because of this historic agreement. instead of cheering it on, they are finding every piece of negativity in it. and that's unbelievably wrong. kennedy: this happened very early in the morning, the president finally spoke 4:15 eastern daylight time in the a.m. but already as of early morning shows, there were talking points generated. where do they come up with this stuff? is it important to the president that he changes that perception and changes their talking points and wins over some of those voices on the left? >> i think he is. that's the thing. as extreme as the mainstream media and the left have become, you see the president's approval ratis pick up. the more extreme they go, whether it's demeaning the undermining the effects of this
historic agreement, the more out of touch they look. the guy went over, did this thing, apparently struck these results and they start to tune out. they start to realize he's so over the top extreme that they need to find their information elsewhere. if they continue to help him by being this nuts. kennedy: a let of voters are not tethered to party. i know you worked for the rnc for a long time and you may see differently. people say to themselves, i like having a job and i like that i have visible evidence of a tax cut. i like that we may have diminish the threat of nuclear war from the korean peninsula. i like that what was once considered a few months ago to be the most of unstable place on the planet might see peace and
prosperity, and sometimes even if people don't like the president's actions, even if they were put off by how he behaved at the g-7. this tend to resonate with independent voters. what do you think? >> you are absolutely right. elections come down to security. national security and economic sety. whether people feel safe and whether they feel like the economy is strong and their well-being is sound is what all that matte going into the election. thconomy is humming along. people are finding work. their wages are growing. the economy continues to move forward in almost every major indices. as far as safety goes, they look at the threats around the world. whether it's isis on the run or the threat of nuclear hau nuke r holocaust.
they may not like the noise, but they know the president getting results. i feel he's going to do well and republicans will do well. the independent will reward the party and the people whoet results for them. kennedy: sean spicer, thank you so much. kennedy: is kim jong-un trustworthy? president trump told george stephanopoulos yes. president trump: he knows no other president could have done this. he knows the presidents. he knows who we had in front of me. he said no other president this. i think he trusts me, and i trust him. kennedy: a lot of experts sceptical because in the past north korea has lied to us. is it good for the president to
cozy up him so early in this relationship? gordon chang is here. what do you think of some of the president's word about kim jong-un. do you think he really trusts the leader of north korea. >> i don't think so. president trump has this america first notion. meansvery country itself. you just assume other countries are not trustworthy and their leaders will lie to you because they will defend their own interests. some of the language from president trump is a little over the top. especially with kim jong-un, a family that has been horrific for decade. but i think kim jong-un, murderous dictator gets one president trump said hehanged. one shot to do this. maybe he'll and we'll be pleasantly surprised. kennedy: we still don't have a lot of details on what this deal
means what they signed. do you feel given what you know so the u.s. has given too many concessions? >> i think so. trump being trump, he put the s. in a good position up until last week. last week trump being trump gave away and squandered that lead. this summit is important to kim jong-un. it legitimized him, and it really was the prize for him. for us it was a way station to somewhere else. we should have gotten more for that. that's not to say trump can't recover. because we have overwhelming leverage over the little guy. kennedy: maybe president trump is appealing so much to kim jong-un's ego he won't want to go back. d i now think the nuclear button is hidden inside john
bolton's mustache. >> john bolton is not going to let north korea start world war iii. bolton and pompeo will be going back to flesh out a lot in the agreement. kennedy: i think they will play good cop-bad cop. i think pompeo there will show high-rise and mcdonald's, and bolton will show pictures of qaddafi in the sewer pipes. >> the process has momentum. it can swe away kim jong-un. kennedy: is this a mow men up to us summit? >> yes, of course it is. the first time an american president sees a north korean
dictator. it changes everything. i think what we are going to see in a short period of time, either theorth koreans will be as good as their word or we'll go back to increasing pressure. kennedy: as pressure increases it only get bloodier and more painful. that's terrifying but hopefully we are moving in the right direction. thank you so much. always good to see you. president trump throwing another controversial curveball in singapore by pledging to put an end to the joint military exercises with south korea. president trump: we'll be stopping the war games which will save us a tremendous amount of money unless and until we see the future negotiation is not going along like it should. but we'll be saving a tremendous amount of money.
plus i think it's very provocative. kennedy: the president said he was to bring u.s. troops home from the region, but added that's not part of the negotiations at this point. is the president giving up more than he's getting from kim ng-un? let me go to tonight's panel, jessica after tlov and co-host of benson and harf, guy benson, and kim jong-il's biographer, michael malice. welcome, everyone. since you have been there and you understand the state better than anyone i know, did the president get played? >> no. not in the slightest. did you see his body language? it was about dominance and leading the way, and taking a
fatherly role. i think it video was masterful. he was giving kim jong-un the opportunity, you are the one who can lead your people to prospety. kennedy: i have issues with the president, but i thought that was really smart. running thing north korea understands is prp began today. >> you could be the hero of your people. this isn't about me, it's about you. it's going in a wonderful direction. and it's very, very sad that people who can't even pronounce kim jong-un's name correctly are going on the air throwing soil on this. i wish they would have been as supportive of this summit as they were of george bush's invasion of iraq. kennedy: i talked to other democrats and they have all said, we want this to work out. we'll be supportive of the president if it works out. it appears that it's working out, but it's nothing but may
saying and resistance. that's not going to resonate with voters. jessica: it's not. we talked about the 15 progressives whoigned thatletted menendez and the establishment democrats. they are saying hold on,t a minute. if peace is the goal. let's see how trying things a little bit differently works out for us. kennedyus.i think everybody invoed, no matter what you want toay about thyme them would rather peace than a nuclear war. but like you were talking about in your opening conversation with sean spicer. voters aren't the same as they used to be. republicans voted for a non-republican in donald trump. all politics is local. when progressives say we are the
dove party and we are n the hawk party. i'm willing to say that to chuck schumer's face. i think it's a good sign for the impending election and the mid-terms and the party overall. kennedy: guy, doesn't it make your message more authentic and trustworthy? i understand resistance, resistance. they want to sweep the house in the mid-terms and maybe even take the senate. but going against every single thing the president does seems futile for democrats. ben: they should pick their spots. some of it is retaliation. the iran deal was terrible. if that wasn't good enough for you guys, then trump better deliver the goods and then some with north korea. i think i am hopeful about what michael said. i am hopeful this is the turning of a new leaf and opening of a
new chapter. i just cannot shake the 25 years of 8 promises very similar to this one that have been broken. the fundamental open question is is kim jong-un going to embrace the change mantel? does he mean it this time? kennedy: i think he is for a different reason. michael: i would say the difference is kim jong-un is different than kim jong-il. this gives him an opportunity to liberalize north korea. kennedy: we have got some different angles to tackle including capitalism in north korea. a highly anticipated inspector general report is coming out thursday. what should we expect? stirewalt has the crystal ball. he's excited and he's next. ♪
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handling of the matter. devin nunesays it does not go far enough. he's demand can the justice department turn over all documents related. will nunes get to what he wants and will the report drop a bomb on james and loretta. joining me, chris stirewalt. so let's get into it. what areou hear being this report? reporter: it's as huge expectations. the justice department needs this to in some ways fend off the attackers from i am plaquable critics like nunes. in pair it's to deal with them. and it's top reassure people who can't be con -- who can be
'.nvinced. '' nunes will nevere satisfied so you can almost ignore him. but for folks with pane open mind, this report has to show them something that says they are serious about this, and. i had to guess, i would say the bottom of it looks like andrew mccabe. kennedy: he could be facing criminal proceedings. he's also sued the department over what he feels was an unethical and illegal dismissal. let's talk about loretta lynch and james comey. are they goingo get a tongue lashinger. >> will they also beat just its? >> we all should see justice. t in this case, loretta lynch,
whether she committed a crime, i don't know if that's in the fing. beingmmy a being attorney general is not a crime. >> apparently it's still in style, too. >> you brought the heaters tonight. loretta lynch -- kennedy: i'm like that fella that married kate upton. justin verlander. reporter: loretta lynch being attorney general and conducting herself in a way that insights people to reachonclusions about her ethics. james comey to give this preachment absolving and blaming clinton. but then doing the wiener escapade right at the end. maybe she is guilty he said at the end. who knows.
oh, wait, never mind. lynch and comey failed to the standards much a department we want to be independent, free fanfare. and they didn't do a good job. kennedy: they did a very poor job, and i hope they get couple comeupance whatever that means. coming up. president trump trying to woo kim jong-un. get reaction fro the panel next. coppertone sport. proven to protect street skaters and freestylers. stops up to 97% uv. lasts through heat. through sweat.
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baubles, the president may enough sleight of hand to make this work. show him a neat car that goes fast and shoots things. some say the only reason trump is going through with this is to build hotels and condos on north korea's shores. it's like asking a gambler to walk through a casino and not think about hitting a 21 in blackjack. of course the difficult work lies ahead and the scant details have to be fleshed out for what was once an unthinkable peace. north korea has a lot more in common with eastern europe. and once the stunted imprisoned
kids take coca-cola and rock 'n roll, there is no putting the genie back in the labor cam. the president showed kim a video of what he's mission. >> a new world can begin today. one of friendship, respect and goodwill. part of that world where the doors of opportunity are ready to be opened. investment from around the world, where you can have medical break through and abundance of resources, innovative technologies and new discoveries. kennedy: critics say it looked more like a north korean propagandailm than an ad for capitalism. will kim jong-un be suede? michael malice, i think there is
something about the gadgets and the spoils of capitalism that is the strongest siren call. michael * singapore and capitalism. singapore is led by one of two men, lee hsien loong. d if i tell my people they are unequal, they will blame me for. being gaze illegal, but it's not even forced. it's giuliani to thenth degree. this would be a more natural transition for a north korea than sweden or an american version of capitalism. kennedy: in china there is a lot of controlver content and how
people interface. is there a middle ground? >> it might be singapore. which is hyper capitalistic. but i was just there last year. and you describe perfectly. it feels like you are in a first world city. sort of western but with all the flavors of asia, then you do not spit on the ground or you are find. they have canings, and that sort of thing. but if you your entire existence even in the most of privileged possible in your home country of north korea and you come to singapore and have the eyes of the world about you and into hotels and people want selfies. you are maybe getting a taste of what life would be like if you weren't totally awful and crazy. is that enough to convince kim to liberalize? maybe. but their number one concern is
their regime staying in power and those security assurances. kennedy: is it like convince something one with sex slaves to enter into a monogamous relationship? jessica: that'st it is. john bolton was talking about regime transition and we know what happened there. i think this was the counter point to that. saying you have come to the table, this is what might be possible. kennedy: but that's the difference. it's an important difference between communism and theocracy. in a threeocracy you have people who are angry and abide by sharia law and feel betrayed by someone who turned their back on those ideals. in a communist system that's an economic system.
michael: if you throw out a newspaper with the leader's picture you can't even use their stamps because you can't stamp the leader's face. the iconography of the leader, people are told if their house is being flood to run in he leader's picture off the wall. they no longer identify as communism because whatever the leader says is the law. they have black markets and they are saying it's not communism. kennedy: what about scientology? we have to move from one leader to another. bill clinton has been trying to befriend the #metoo movement.
check out the latest entry. >> i think the norms have really changed in terms of what you can do to somebody against their will. how much you can crowd their space and make them miserable. kennedy: you used to be able to do so much to people against their will. the good ole days. we just all miss the 90s when you can force people to do stuff. ben: he paused there. he says things have changed. then he pauses and decides in that momento say what said. you can't do as much against people's willfullymore. kennedy: it shows the media is oh willing to bury the clintons by this. this interview didn't take place yesterday or the day before. jessica: all this has been brewing for a long time. over the past couple decades
people have been looking at the clintons. no one questions the national security or economy during the clinton presidency. but there are disgruntled democrats who don't feel they represent our values. kennedy: people have changed. and their loyalty to party has changed. >> there will always be clinton loyalists. michael * if the 90s you could kill vin foster and have no consequences. things have really changed for the clintons. jessica: one thing that's quite positive is what a tough time stephen colbert gave bill clinton. been require's a tough time by those standards, i know.
jessica: for all the critics of late-night tv. kennedy: the left wants to be ne the clintons so they can bring in a new generation. there is no harm to anyone on the left saying the clintons have lived past their welcome and need to in political terms go somewhere and expire. michael kristin gillibrand demonstrated. kennedy: what an ingrate. she wouldn't be senator if it weren't for hillary clinton. what a night. we are onlyming up. coming up. president trump's straight policies are getting a lot of criticism from the left. [music playing] (vo) from day one, we always came through for our customers.
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the growing feud between president trump and canada raising questions about trade policy and the future of nafta. why aren't we seeing more free trade republicans pushing back against the president? joining myself congressman massie. we love free trade. but there is an unnatural focus on trade deficits that i think have gotten to the point of distraction for the predent. what do you think? >> for the first 70 years of our country, 90% of federal revenues came from tariffs. up until the income tax was passed, 50% of our revenues did. if someone wanted to do away with the income tax and impose tariffs, i might be in favor of that. but the constitution and the
framers of our constitution never intended for one elected official to be able to pass a tax. yet that's what's happening. there are some congressmen who would like to crawl back this power a ge it to congress. one of the leaders in this is senator johnson from ohio. it's a tax. no one person should be able to pass a tax. kennedy: how do we get free trade. we are getting caught up in semantics. free trade, fair trade. the more free trade we have the more prosperous we'll be. i don't care if the president wants america to be more prosperous than other countries, that's fine. but if we are going back and forth with tariffs, it will
affect the price of goods. >> it will rise the price of goods. but some of us hope what the president is doing is a negotiating tactic. i think he's trying to get other countries to lowerheir tariffs and in the interim he's threatening to raise tariffs in our country. there are some things wrong about the trade deals we have done in the past. a few years ago the world trade organization told us, congressmen, that we had to pass a law to repeal country of origin labeling from beef and pork. that was because of some trade deal. now you have the worldrade organization tling congress what to do. kennedy: they shouldn't be legislating. >> nobody in america elected them. we are elected to make those decisions but you have the world trade organization doing this. i support the president when he pushes back against the world
trade organization. away from the table as he did in canada. that's when negotiations srt. if you are stuck at the table which is where we have been the last 30 yea then you won't get a good deal. kennedy: there is a trade surplus with canada and they need to export a lot of stuff here. i am sure justin trudeau would love to fly the canadian bird. >> i am glad you mentioned canada. it was canada andico who sued the united states in the courts if you can call them courts, the world courts to get us to remove -- [inaudible] it doesn't make sense. kennedy: thank you for staying late. thomas massie. coming up, "topical storm." stay right here.
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city. scientists have uncovered what they bel to be the first millennial squirrel. this is avocado squirrel. the only difference and human ml is the rreloesn't live wit his parents at home. in addition to going viral, pizza rat g a ton of hits on his video, too. topic number three. let's head out to gorgeous santa monica, california where a valet parking attendant isloi -- is probably not getting tips. this wasn't a park attendant. it was a 46-year-old woman. police say she stepped on the gas when she parked.
eyewitnesses western so concerned they pulled out their phones. a tourist was able to pull her to safety. afterward she showed her appreciation by taking her for topic number four. a lot of parents are upset with the everybody gets a trophy world of today's youth sports. but just when youught it wouldn't get any worse. now everybody gets a hug. this minnesota high school pitcher struck out his friends. rather than celebrating, he consoled hisal. buddy, it's a heartwarming gesture. but sports aren't supposed to be heart warming. they are supposed to be competitive. now he'll just go home and play
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