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thank you very much for joining us. ♪ ♪ that. trish: thank you so much for joining us. we are going to have you back. lou dobbs is next. lou: good evening everybody. the president triggering every radical dam within earshot as he said he is willing to send illegal immigrants to sanctuary cities. we are looking at the possibility, strongly looking at it to be honest with you. california, the governor wants to have people coming in refugees coming in a lot of sanctuary cities so we will give them to the sanctuary cities maybe to take care of it if that's what they want to guess we can only hold them under current law for 20 days. lou: former secretary of state kris kobach at the border this
week where he witnessed border security crisis first-hand. he joins us tonight. survive -- surprising revelations about how generous our government is when it comes to illegal immigrants and america leading the world in 5g technology taking another step to president trump promises the united states will maintain its lead in the 5 g. industry. >> we cannot allow any other country to outcompete the united states in this powerful industry of the future. we are leading by so much in so many different industries of that type and we just can't let that happen. the race to 5g is a race america must win and it's a race frankly that are great companies are involved in. we have given them the incentive they need. lou: fcc commissioner ajit pie joins us tonight.
national security experts dr. walid phares k.t. mcfarland among our guests here tonight. our top story president trump taking another bold step in his fight to secure the border telling the radical democrats if they won't work to end the crisis he will move illegal immigrants in the sanctuary cities. >> we can fix that so fast that the democrats would agree but if they don't agree we might as well do what they always say they want. we will bring the illegal or i call them the illegals they came across the border illegally, we will bring them to sanctuary cities areas and let that particular area take care of it whether it's a state or whatever it might be. they say we have open arms. let's see if they have open arms lou: joining us tonight after we get the southern border for he witnessed the lack of security in the chaos surrounding the
catch and release policy and much more former kansas secretary of state kris kobach and general counsel for the nonprofit group we build the wall. it's good to have you with us. your sense of what's going on at that border after spending some time there. >> you know lou it's astonishing the crisis is not getting better. it's getting worse right now and it appears that what's happening is they are is an old obama administration policy that's causing all kinds of problems. the policy is giving immigration parole to people who come into the united states illegally before releasing them and what that teens want to give them the special status of immigration parole they are eligible for work permit and they are eligible for welfare benefits earlier than they would be otherwise. lou: who made the decision? who is giving them such parole
and who has ordered an authorization? >> i don't know where the orders came from but the policy was in effect. it was one of those pulled over vestiges from the obama administration. i.c.e. agency is a subcomponent at dhs that would be giving the parole to the aliens but if these reports are correct -- lou: i.c.e.. >> i.c.e. gives the parole and a permit from border patrol agencies. lou: do they have order right now? >> peace are the agencies that have handled immigration all along. this may be an obama policy that is slipped under the radar and should have been reversed but now we are seeing the consequences which is where giving a huge magnet and we are getting reports from the migrants themselves that they are coming in expecting to get
welfare benefits and food cards and expecting to get employment authorization. this demands a further investigation. lou: you are saying the department of agriculture is there with its agents giving out ebt cards? >> the usda is not handing them out in person but if these individuals get parole and successfully getting ebt cards they be filling out a form and sending it and getting the cards that shouldn't be happening because we have a system of laws lou: you are one of the leading experts on immigration law. can that be reversed by executive order? can it simply be countermanded? >> the giving of parole to those individuals coming to the country illegally and these caravans, that can be done. it's a policy decision that the
obama administration made. there is no regulation. lou: is parole a condition precedent to turning over welfare and other benefits then? >> parole they can get a work permit and it would stop them from getting the welfare of benefits early. otherwise they could successfully get asylum. they could get the welfare benefits earlier. lou: what could he done immediately to turn off the magnet that is drawing and i realize it's push and pull but it least the poll aspect of it, this magnet that is bringing these illegal immigrants by the tens of thousands to our border and across our border. >> you and i have discussed this before. it's not rocket science. first of all giving issuance of
parole to the individuals individuals coming up with most importantly try to process the claims immediately. processing centers in use fema trailers. don't just turn these people loose and here's the other thing we didn't mention. to date the art being given further final asylum hearing is not one year, it's not six months it's five to six years down the road so we are saying come back in six years. we should be having these people while they are still there and process their asylum case right there. lou: have you communicated this to dhs or the white house or to someone in authority? >> it's extraordinary what's going on and i know there are people at dhs who are trying to solve the problem in the white house but the key is, the key is you've got to have the agency
executing the orders that the white house is giving and we are turning people loose. lou: are you talking about the border patrol agents? >> the part of dhs which includes the border patrol which is the entire department. lou: maclennon has been on the job for a couple of days. have you indicated it to him? my audience and i would urge you to do so straight away. this is unbelievable what we are all contending with and we have very little choice here. the president has available to him a national emergency deck oration and is being stymied by the courts, as i made by the radical democrats the rinos in congress and every turn the
establishment is doing everything it can in cohort with the left-wing activists in this country who are by the way working as you well know on the iron triangle and assembling caravans and driving, this is the push part of this, pushing these illegal immigrants to our border. what's it going to take to stop that? >> one of the anglico in addition to stopping the system we have now that is in a freefall. we are turning people loose and giving them employment authorization. let's remember the wall. president trump's talked about this is before he became president. you go to ease from el paso are left from el paso and you will see these big fences that you get into these vast open spaces where there's nothing but a metal beam 3 feet off the ground that you can crawl under our hop over if you want to.
so much of our border is wide open and the president has rightly focused on this saying we have got to build that wall. the wall is so central to the overall theme. lou: that wall can be constructed under his national emergency order, can it not? >> it is in my understanding is they are moving forward. they are moving as fast as possible. lou: they change leadership. i think it's a clear signal to everyone at the department of homeland security what has to be done i would think and they understand what this president is insisting upon. at the same time we are a country where that order is a flame and we have records that are refusing to acknowledge the declaration and his emergency order. what in the world are we to do
with these courts? they are operating like they are agents of another country. >> it's extraordinary. he organizations on the left that oppose the immigration enforcement laws immediately to workshopping and where they mostly go shopping is california where they find many who are willing to -- lou: we understand the problem. we know that the border is going to in a handbasket. what are we to do about it and what is the president to do about it? >> enforcer the courts of appeal will continue with the law but the problem is our system takes so long to get the case in front of the supreme court. lou: why the does it take so long? it's an emergency for crying out loud. do you have a bunch of idiots in black robes going flyfishing instead of taking care of business? doesn't the national emergency affect the judiciary?
john roberts the chief justice who claims there is no obama judge and there is no bush judge the only one he is right about is there are no trump judges. >> is someone who has litigated in front of many judges there are quite a few who come to court with an opinion. there seems to be one that's already in their minds. lou: so is the nation. chris kovacs thanks for being with it us. we appreciate it. seeing my pleasure lou. lou: still ahead a striking number of illegal immigrants living in the united states. they come from nations designated as state sponsors of terror. that's my -- right not mexico, state-sponsored terrorism. we will take that up in the broadcast. dr. walid phares at and casey merck arlen join us but up next mitch mcconnell is starting to
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lou: i almost don't know what to say about mcconnell. the rhino senator encouraging republican senators up for re-election in 20202 separate themselves from president trump. can you believe that? he told reporters quote my advice to all of our people, take your own picture. what difference has your service made? that's it is questioned and nearly every instance for the rinos and our races he continues her big enough where you can make a case independent of whatever else is going on. i think we are planning on running independent campaigns. that is passing for leadership mcconnell style. "the news york times" columnist charles low writing present comes immigration policy is winning votes however i don't
know how to break this to mr. blow, this president has done a lot more for african-americans than any other president since lincoln. the black unemployment rate in this country, the poverty rate at an all-time historic low. median household incomes rising to record highs. wages and salaries jumping to the highest level in a decade. joining us tonight aamer reagan white house political director fox is political analyst ed rollins. charles low has decided it's about immigration. >> it's a strong economy. the strong economy is a critical thing. african-american men have had the highest employment that they have had in decades if ever. they have seen many low income
people being underpaid. lou: illegal immigrants undercutting wages in this country and he's entirely right about that. let's get to mitch mcconnell and would you please explain to me what in the heck he is doing? >> mcconnell we should picked up 10 or 12 seats. those who did run with trump one and i think the reality is that so crazy strategy to go forward. we have got the big class this time and two-seat margin and three seat margin and he can't even control that. i would argue the president is twice as popular as he is in kentucky. lou: it's worse than that. he is by light-years less
popular than the president. it's something like 53-20 something%. why would he be saying these things? i can understand having a conversation in a closed-door meeting talking to a few people but when you are talking about the entire conference, this is nuts. >> he's a very significant player in washington d.c.. you need to be supportive of the president. he's raised a tremendous amount of money for house candidates. lou: the president shouldn't turn over a dime to him unless they are agreeing with him. the. >> every candidate is going to want the president support regardless of what he says here. lou: is this mcconnell's way of saying he has done? >> is mcconnell's way of saying i'm at the player in washington d.c.. lou: i sure hope the president straightened him out on that. that would kind of interesting.
>> the president has pretty good reactions to them himself so we will see what he says. lou: the border crisis, the dems doing absolutely nothing and mcconnell and ryan before him sabotage this president just as sure as anything and now the president is running against radical dems as he should and every time i hear one of these rinos, we know the real problem here and it is the party that didn't line up behind this president. >> the problem is he has two or three and you need more republicans and not less. lou: ed rollins it's always good to hear from you. up next president trump ushering a new era of technological dominance for the united states. >> american companies must lead
the world in cellular technology. 5g networks must be secure. they must be strong. they have to be guarded from the enemy. we do have enemies out there. they must also cover every community and they must be deployed as soon as possible. lou: we will take that up with fcc chairman ajit tie who joins us next. stay with us. we we got no free pass. everything we have, we've earned. the unmistakable lexus is. lease the 2019 is 300 for $329 a month for 36 months. experience amazing at your lexus dealer.
lou: radical dems portrayed veterans with illegal immigrants. new york democrats killing a bill that would have expanded college tuition for children that the season disabled military veterans only a week after they approved $27 million in college tuition aid for you guessed it, illegal immigrants. president trump today announced a major initiative aimed at
deploying 5g technology throughout the country with the largest ever auction of radio spectrum takes place december 10 there have been too going on right now. there's also a 21 billion-dollar proposal in place to build out high-speed broadband networks in rural america. >> secure 5g networks will absolutely be a vital link to america's prosperity and national security in the 21st century. the race to 5g is a racist america must win and it's a race frankly that are great companies are now involved in. it's a race that we will win. lou: the presence 5g initiative expected to create as many as 3 million jobs in the country and add half a trillion dollars to the economy. joining us tonight ajit pai the chairman of the federal communications commission and it's great to have you with us. a big day, your announcement the
president's announcement united states leading in the early stages in 5g. your thoughts. >> it's a very exciting time for american innovation. america is taking a leading role in 5g technology. we will do more. we announce will be holding on december 10 the largest spectrum auctions in american history and the $20 million fund to get broadband on the wrong side of the digital divide. one of the exciting things happening here and we want to keep happening on our shores. lou: 5g is taking center stage now and the country's imagination and the world's imagination huawei, the chinese technology company that is now
the focus of so much u.s. warnings to its allies. what role is it playing and how are u.s. companies and their allies companies doing in that competition? >> from our perspective the fcc believe strongly in the security and reliability of 5g networks. we have been here doing the steps necessary to make sure that equipment are services that might pose a national security threat don't make her way into her networks. where working with partners abroad and i've worked with many counterparts around the globe to make sure they take security seriously as well. we will have military applications. we want to make sure security is one of the things we are thinking about on the front end as opposed to battling it later on. lou: the security is the most advanced network in terms of speed and bandwidth.
5g itself is going to be a critical strategic infrastructure for this nation. how do you assure that? >> we believe in the power of 5g to transform a lot of american industries. we are talking about speeds that are 100 times faster than the 4g network we have today. lag time is one tenth of the speeds we get today so we are talking about the connect to many that can enable medicine and health care and things like telemedicine and robotic surgery. precision surgery can become a real deal. manufacturing, transportation all of these industries rely on these high-speed networks and there's a huge year of growth in terms of job creation and economic opportunity is waiting to be tapped and it's why the president and i and many in the government are working hard on 5g. we want all of that innovation to happen here in united states
of the it benefits our businesses and consumers. lou: as we wrap up let me ask you this. how are you measuring the u.s. lead right now in 5g and how are the chinese for example, who are the principle competitors and where do they stand in terms of our leadership? >> the principle competitors are china south korea japan and other countries like that but by objective metrics the united states is strong in this area, taking the lead. we have had 92 deployments of ig in the united states by the end of 2019. we pushed more in the commercial department than anyone in the world. we have taken the steps necessary to these regulations standing in the way of technology. the united states is in the lead in 5g thanks to forward moving policies of this administration. lou: mr. chairman
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lou: headlines at this hour the city of chicago is filed a civil complaint against actor jussie smollett just as they promised they would. they are seeking $130,000 in damages for the investigation into the fake hate crime orchestrated by smollett. the state attorney ken fox also in big trouble asking the inspector general to investigate her handling of the case the paternal order police following -- calling for fox to resign. despite taking part in peace talks with the united states the taliban taking time to start their spring offensive.
the decision comes days after three american soldiers were killed in a taliban attack at bagram airbase near the afghan capitol. then a new report from the immigration reform institute revealing their there are more than 10,000 illegal immigrants living in this country coming from countries designated as state sponsors of terrorism. 10,000, more than 10,000 living in this country. immigrations and customs enforcement say most of those illegals are from iran or syria sudan or north korea. joining us tonight "fox business" national security foreign policy analyst dr. walid phares and k.t. mcfarland former deputy security adviser to president trump and served in the nixon and ford and reagan white house. it's good to have you both here. k.t. first your reaction to the taliban talks and simultaneously the announcement of the spring
offensive even after we lost three of our servicemembers in the last few days. >> lou this is the longest war we have ever had. we have nothing to show for it in the united states in afghanistan and i think in iraq before whatever reason we got in the point is now we are spending hundreds of williams and trillions of dollars to prop up leaders who don't like us in countries that no longer matter. lou: the president wants to bring our troops home. i can imagine the generals have any credibility whatsoever on the issue of afghanistan as k.t. points out. it's been nearly two decades. what are we to do? >> i'm happy that i'm with k.t. again. welcome back. >> thank you friend, welcome to you. >> i just came back from the region and a major conference in
dubai about how to combat the jihadists including in afghanistan. one of the recommendations was don't send mixed signals. we are fighting the taliban on the ground and isis and al qaeda but at the same time we are conducting a highly visible negotiation with the taliban in kandahar. that is problematic because the message we are sending to the afghan army -- lou: what are we to do while lead? i have the greatest respect for you and for k.t. but i've got to be honest i've heard blather from generals and geo-strategists until i've had it to here. we still have servicemembers dying there. we have is k.t. points out accomplished nothing. we control that within the gear on september 11 and we have frittered this away and we have
had idiot generals who threw doctrine called at the long war. they have got their long war and we have the castle to use to prove it and we don't have vigilance. >> we have the longest war with the wrong strategies. lou: we don't have 20 years to figure out his strategy. 20 years is long enough get the out. >> we have had eight years of an obama administration which basically limited. lou: look, i agree with you. this president has maintained from the day he stepped onto the campaign trail that he wants to bring our forces home. he is right, he was right and he is still right. the establishment in this country k.t. the military-industrial complex whatever you want to call it, it's time to call it what it is.
>> get out and close the lid and let them have at it. get out and rebuild the united states. to rebuild afghanistan and pay attention. not a bunch of taliban leaders, china, the south china sea, they technology is where we should say focus. lou: our hemisphere. while lead, your thoughts? >> i disagree with both schools the school that says what we are doing is beautiful. no, we have wasted a lot of energy for the last 20 years. lou: six or $7 trillion. we could have rebuilt the entire hemisphere. >> it's not going to be this solution because they will go into pakistan and going to other countries and they will visit us again. let's be honest. we have done wrong strategies. let's do better strategies. let's withdraw our troops and have other troops take over the
desolate one to do in syria and other places. lou: we ask other people to do the same stupid thing that we have done. what is the strategy? i just wanted to strategy. >> they have done nothing for the afghan society. lou: our limitations mainly stay within our hemisphere and we apply a modest foreign-policy for a change. this president has called on that from the beginning. >> the last time i was in afghanistan several years ago an afghan would say you have got the money, we have got the time. they are going to outweigh us and they are going to be here 100 years after we leave. lou: while lead? >> i think we need to change the strategy and at the same time i
agree with k.t.. they could outlast us. i agree. lou: with agreement i'm going to change the subject on that. i'm going to stick with agreement. thank you so much. thanks for being with us and k.t. will be here all the time from now on. and so will walid. up next james comey a little confused by the attorney general's assertion that there was spying on the trump campaign >> i don't know what he meant and factually i don't know what he meant because i don't know of any electronic surveillance aimed at the trump campaign. lou: he's incredible, isn't he? i mean amazing.
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dissuade people i think is just completely bizarre. and what is almost as bizarre is fired fbi director james comey now saying surveillance isn't spying. >> the fbi and the department of justice conduct court-ordered electronic surveillance. i have never thought of that as spying. lou: he has never thought of that. there's so much is never thought about like laws that apply to him and his conduct and the list goes on and on. joining us tonight robert jeffress and members of the white house faith initiative pastor of the first baptist church of dallas. pastor is great to see you. >> thank you. lou: first, james comey. my gosh, your thoughts. >> well lou look for president is being vindicated every day on this issue. this issue was about a false
investigation, a hoax and james comey was a part of it in the president did himself and more importantly the country the greatest favor in the world by firing james comey. he has been vindicated every day on this issue. lou: you are a man of god so i know i've got to test you. james comey was in charge of the fbi. john brennan in charge of the cia. james clapper the national director of intelligence under president obama. how could you come up with three nasty pieces of business and incompetents like those three? no matter who you are let alone in the united states. >> look i do believe in god. i believe god is in control of all things and i think he allows this to happen for a reason that
we can't always see but lou i also believe that god plays donald trump in the oval office for country at this time and i trust god's plan even though i don't always understand it. i'm sure part of that plan was president trump being in office. lou: absolutely and amen to that. i'm still hung up, i guess it has to amount to a sense of humor on the part of god to put john brennan in a position where he could spy on the senate select committee on intelligence and get away with it even after having lied about it. and then suddenly after decrying the collusion between the russians and this president for two years simply washes his hands up of it at the end after looking at the conclusions of the mueller witch hunt and says i guess i had that information. this is a test. i can't even imagine how
president trump feels watching this thing unfold because i would be so angry. i think i would have been firing people. i know i would have been firing people like rosenstein. i would have been firing a bunch of them. i would last a week and a half in that office. >> this is one of the reasons. the primary reason i supported this president from the beginning. i saw this quality of resiliency. doesn't matter what gets thrown at him. i've never seen them ruffled. i've never seen him lose his cool. he's always moving forward and nothing stops him. that's what he's doing such a great job as president. lou: isn't it strange that can't be in it knowledge meant that this president's quality is? remember all the nonsense we heard initially about dean presidential. this president has accomplished more than any president in modern history and its only
second half of his first term to do so. this is a president who has been constrained. he has not given in to the temptation and i truly believe i would have been in two -- given into in to the temptation to fire mueller. put up with the attack from the national left-wing media and the radical democrats in the rino spend all the other fools. >> he said from the beginning there was no collusion. i believe because he knew the truth he was willing to let this play out. one thing you find in the bible justice always wins out. not immediately always but ultimately and i think we are seeing that happen with this president. lou: i have to ask you your thoughts about the new york assembly willing to turn over $27 million for illegal immigrants to go to college but not a further support of the
children of the deceased and disabled servicemembers. >> just again it shows me what the bible says about certain people who have become deluded in their thinking. to think that we would not support our own service families and support illegal immigrants. i'm all for helping those who are less fortunate than we are but what i'm not for lou is vilifying president trump because he's trying to do the right thing in protecting this country. jesus said render to caesar the things that are caesar's. god gives government the right in the responsibility to protect our borders, to protect our citizens and it's wrong to vilify this president for for failing his biblical and constitutional responsibility. it's just insane. lou: pastor robert jeffress always good to have your clarity and to see you. appreciate it. >> good to see you lou, thank
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happy. they say we have open arms. let's see if they have open arms. lou: well, that's what you call giving people what they want. thanks for being with us. we appreciate you joining us. >> 100,000 creepy crawlers... >> spiders that'll cover your whole face. >> all collected from the far reaches of the world. >> wait. is it alive? >> talk about a bug's life. >> walt disney went into the museum and wanted to buy the collection. >> but there's a bigger story behind this bizae bequest. >> that was an interesting and eye-opening experience all of its own. [ door creaks ] [ wind howls ] [ thunder rumbles ] [ bird caws ] ♪ >> i'm jamie colby, and right now i'm driving on the outskirts of colorad