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tune in tomorrow night for a big kelly file. we have brit hume richard fowler and our panel. everybody's back from vacation. get to work! see you then with your comments. it's been interesting when you look at what's happened with mr. trump. >> president obama lashes out at donald trump. mr. trump is here tonight to respond. president obama calls out senator ted cruz and others. >> we've had a sitting senator suggest that i'm the leading state sponsor of terrorism. >> the senator from the great state of texas will respond in a "hannity" exclusive. the tapes have been edited. >> the president of planned parenthood attacks the group that made the videos allegedly exposing her organization. mark steyn is here with reaction. chris christie and ann coulter
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join us in studio. welcome to "hannity"." president obama ripped the republican field and called out donald trump. watch this. >> when you look at what's happened with mr. trump, when he's made some of the remarks that for example, challenged the heroism of mr. mccain. the republican party is shocked. and yet that arises out of a culture where, you know those kinds of outrageous attacks have become far too commonplace. the point is we're creating a culture that is not conducive to good policy or good politics. the american people deserve better. certainly presidential debates deserve better. >> the same guy that referred to
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republicans as social darwinestss here to comment is donald trump. >> how are you? >> i assume you want to respond to that. he used a lot of incendiary language throughout his career. you're pretty aware of all the things he said. >> well look number one, he took my statement and cut it up like everybody else. you are the first to admit. if people read it whether it's cheryl atkinson who did an analysis. that doesn't make me a fan of john mccain. he has failed the veterans and he's really failed at the border. i'm open about that. they just ditd a recent poll that i'm more popular with the veterans than mccain is.
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i'm disappointed in him. with the president, he's probably the worst president in the history of our country. he's a divisive person which is why he brings this stuff up. and he should have devoted more time to working on a good nuclear deal with iran instead of what he's doing. because he is just been a disaster for our country. >> i don't disagree. all right. a lot of people all weekend long wherever i went people said donald trump. why do you think donald trump is leading in lpthe polls? you're winning nationally new hampshire, you're in second place in iowa two points between scott walker. one poll has you at 24% the next closest, 13%. i have my answer, what is your answer? why are you doing so well? >> i think people are tired, really tired of incompetent politicians where it's all talk no action. i didn't want to be doing this. i love my business. i built a tremendous company. i did my filings, everyone said
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it's bigger than we thought. i built an incredible company. i love doing it. but i'm sick and tired of watching the incompetent politicians that are all talk no action. they don't do anything. and i just felt that i had to do it. and i guess we engender great love. because i have the biggest crowds of anybody by far. i have the biggest standing ovations. i'm not sure they like me but they like my message. i hope they like me. i think i'm a nice guy. i'm tired of watching these all talk no action politicians. the only thing they want to do is keep their job. and that's just not for me. and it resonates with all of these people that are for trump. i give you another example, walker. i mean i was very nice to him. he gave me an award. came up to my office and gave me an award three, four months ago. a beautiful plaque. it was nice. in the end they said something a little nasty about me. what did i do? j looked into wisconsin.
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i love wisconsin, but they have a tremendous budget deficit of $2.2 billion which is unthinkable. they were supposed to have a surplus of a billion. and they have $2.2 billion. their jobs are a disaster their schools are a disaster their roads are a disaster. they don't want to spend money on roads because he duntdoesn't want to raise taxes. when the facts come out about scott walker i think he'll plunge in the polls. he's also very divisive because it's a divisive state. everyone's fighting with everyone. that's going to be next. he'll be the next one to fall. i think in the end, sean, just to answer your question people are entired of incompetent politicians running our country. when they see a deal like the iran nuclear deal when they see how badly our veterans are taken care of their sick and tired of it. >> there's a recent poll a pugh poll that came out that said
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since january republicans have lost 18% of support. they promised they would stop amnesty, they didn't do that. they have been promising to repeal obamacare, they won't use their constitutional authority to do that. even with the iranian deal when they had amendments that would have demanded a recognition of israel demanded that they release our hostages they didn't even want to add those amendments. so when people ask me i say you're willing to fight and the republican establishment in washington is not willing to fight. is that an accurate description? >> sean and also i'm not controlled by special interests and lobbyists and donors. i don't need any money. i'm using my own money. the lobbyists and donors are not giving me -- like in bush's case $100 million in case. hillary clinton, $50 million plus. walker all these guys they're controlled by the people that give them money. who is the king of that? me. you give money, and you don't
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ask for anything. you have total power over these people. believe me total power. if it's bad for the country and good for them the candidate whether it's bush or walkero hillary or whoever, they're going to do what their donors and lobbyists tell them what to do. that's not good for the country. i know the system better than anybody. i'm running because we're not going to have a country soon. we don't have borders, we don't have law enforcement. they've taken the power away from our policemen. and sure you have a couple of bad apples and bad decisions being made. i hate to see it when i see it. but the fact is we don't have law and order. we don't have -- i mean our country is going to hell. we don't have jobs. jobs are going to china and so many other countries. so i just see this all happening and i said it's time to do something about it. >> the issue of third party keeps coming up again and again and again. when it came up last week i said -- you had said you weren't being treated well by the rnc.
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i said are there any st. louisissues by you and mr. trump, he wrote back he's running for the presidency. my job is to remain neutral. my hope is the best man wins. he was asked about this i want to play it for you. >> my job is not to call balls and strikes but to treat everyone respectfully and fairly. but certainly i think our candidates should pledge not to run as a third party candidate. if hillary clinton's going to get beat she's going to get beat by a republican. and most people that run for president run to win. and if our candidates want to win, then they'll have to run as a republican. >> can you put this to rest once and for all? you're not planning on running third party, you have no intention -- >> absolutely not. >> do you have any issues with the rnc? >> let me just do this i'm leading in the republican primaries. i mean by i think every poll
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you have in front of you. i think i'm leading in every poll. doing great in new hampshire, doing great in iowa. great places. we're deal really well. the way we're going to beat the democrats and hillary -- by the way she was the worst secretary of state in history. why is she going to be a good president if she ever makes it? i think her e-mails are a criminal thing. they're far beyond what people are talking about. assuming she runs i can beat her. i will say so many people want me to run as an independent. i don't want to do that. why would i do that? i'm leading by a big margin. my preference and what i want to do is to run as a republican and win. and i think i will win. i think i'll win in the primaries and ultimately and i'll make our country great again. we have so many things to do. we don't have time for other things. doing a third party would be difficult and it's not something i want to do. with that being said maybe it's
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the polls. but the chairman and the rnc, they've treated us with great respect over the last week or so. we're getting along with them great. they respect what we've done and where we've come from. and i think they respect the kind of things i'm saying. i'm not looking to do that at all. i want to run and win as a republican and win the big thing so we can take our country back. >> i think the fear is if you didn't win the primary you would leave it open as an option. that's what people are wanting to hear you take a stand on that. whether you win or lose you'll support the candidate even though you hope it's you. >> if i'm treated fairly and i get a good fair shot at this and i'm not, you know being sabotaged with all sorts of nonsense and a lot of phony ads and they throw a lot of money into it. they'll do ads that are all false and this and that if i get a good fair shot i would no interest in doing that.
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over the last week or so the whole group have treated us very fairly. >> i was glad to see this weekend -- you mentioned in this interview about hillary clinton's criminal misconduct. i think a lot of people are looking forward to the time where maybe not going after scott walker, jeb bush or any of the republican candidates but her. if it's you versus her -- >> i am too. >> all right. you said she's guilty of criminal misconduct. where would you go in a campaign if it was you and hillary? >> well one thing i see is that the republicans don't hit her very hard. i think they probably say, look again, i became a politician a couple of months ago. i'm not a politician. they are politicians. i think they say we don't want to hit her hard because we could be there also. the fact is what she's done is criminal. if you look at general petraeus what he did is nothing compared to what she did. what he did, honestly is nothing by comparison. and they destroyed his life. his life was destroyed. his reputation was destroyed.
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well what she did is far worse. she gets a subpoena from the united states congress and her server is gone and her e-mails are gone and everything is gone. >> she had classified information with now know. >> if that was general petraeus he would have gone to jail for ten years. what she did is far worse and they destroyed his life. tough stuff. >> well she apparently has classified information, which she swore repeatedly she didn't have. i want to go back to immigration first. it's been an issue that defines your campaign in many ways. you build better walls you said than anybody else. nobody could build a better wall. i hope you can do it quickly because i believe it's a big problem. >> nobody. >> i know the problems first hand. anybody who denies it is not telling the truth. my question to you is assuming you build the wall first, what is your plan for 11 million people who didn't respect our law and sovereignty. >> or more.
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don't say just assuming. you've got to build a wall. it's not an easy thing to do. i'll get it done. i'll do it for the right. but i'll have mexico pay for t. mexico is making a fortune. they will pay for that's called negotiation. before we start the wall i get rid of the bad ones. we have a lot of really bad apples. we have a lot of bad dudes that are causing tremendous problems. you see what's happened -- i've been totally exonerated -- if you look at what people have said how they respect -- i brought up this issue. i took a lot of heat. now all of a sudden they're saying what trump did was right. i have people in your provisionfession apologize to me. i'm proud of bringing up illegal immigration. it was not easy to do. and i'm very proud of it. i would get rid of the bad ones. the criminals, we vahave a a lot of people that shouldn't be here. i don't want to house them in
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our jails. i want them to go back to the country they came from not only mexico. other countries. they're pouring across the border. number two, thee could be some great people. you have laws or don't have laws. i would get them back. i would get them back where they are and i would try and work out a process where they can come in legally. but they got -- have to come in legally, sean. it's about laws. it's about borderers. if we don't have a border we don't have a country. i get them out. if they were outstanding -- some of these people have been here for a long period of time. i'd let them come back and legal and make the system faster. i want people to come into the country y. love country. i love the fact people come into the country. we welcome people. my parents and my grandparents they came from different parts of the world, too. we all sort of did. >> wethey have to go back and
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expedite the process. >> they go back. i would expedite it because some of these people are fantastic people. i've been to the border. i was there a few days ago. i met these people. they are fantastic people and have great reputations within their community. what i'd do is expedite it. you have to have laws. if you don't have laws you don't have a country y. would get them out and -- the good ones. the bad ones they're gone. they never come back. they'll never get back into this country. the good ones of which there are many i want to expedite it so they can come back in lislely. >> mr. trump, always a pleasure. congratulations on your poll numbers, appreciate you being with us. coming up next. >> we've had a sitting senator who also happens to be running for president suggest that i'm the leading state sponsor of terrorism. these are leaders in the republican party.
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>> obama lashes out against ted cruz. the senator from the great state of texas will be here to respond. later tonight. the folks behind this in fact are part of the most militant wing of the anti-abortion movement that has been behind the bombing of clinics the murder of doctors in their homes and churches. >> the president of planned parenthood lashes out at the group that made the undercover videos eallegedly expoding her executives. ann coulter and chris christie and more. we can't do any better when heartburn comes creeping up on you... fight back with relief so smooth...'s fast. tums smoothies starts dissolving the instant it touches your tongue ...and neutralizes stomach acid at the source. ♪ tum, tum tum tum...♪ smoothies! only from tums. you know i tried one of those bargain paper towels. but the roll just disappeared. bounty is 2x more absorbent so one roll lasts longer. bounty. the long lasting quicker picker upper.
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determine what led to her death. testing could takes weeks. for all of your headlines, good to welcome back to "hannity." the president is wrapping up his trip to africa. he fire add a few jabs at the republican field.
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he took cheap shots a mike huckabee and ted cruz. >> the comments of mr. huckabee, are, i think, part of a general pattern we've seen that is -- would be considered ridiculous if it weren't so sad. we've had a sitting senator call john kerry pontius pilate. we've had a sitting senator who happens to be running for president suggest that i'm the leading state sponsor of terrorism. these are leaders in the republican party. >> here with reaction author of the best seller time for truth, reigniting the promise of america, texas senator ted cruz. senator, the iranians right now are not abiding by the deal. they wouldn't like the iaea
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inspect the nuclear detitator sites. we're giving them money and they can't release the americans and recognize israel's right to exist. >> with president obama it's all politics all the time. it speaks volumes he's halfway across the globe and he feels the need to attack me directly. and it's interesting, sean he didn't actually dispute the substantive criticism. the point he responds to there and i pointed out that under the obama nuclear deal over $100 billion will flow to iran. iran is the world leading state sponsor of terrorism. much of that many will end up in the hand of islamic terrorists. if this deal goes through, the obama administration will become quite literally the world's leading financier of radical islamic terrorism. president obama didn't dispute
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that. he didn't point to any other entity on earth that would send more money to radical islamic terrorism. he didn't dispute that billions of dollars and control of the american government will be used to fund jihadists who will take that money and murder americans, israelis and europeans. instead he attacked it. >> $150 billion based on their economic size is the equivalent of $8 trillion to the u.s. economy. i want to go -- >> i'll tell you quickly, sean since he's not willing to discuss the substance, i'll make an invitation here tonight, i will invite president obama at any time and place of his choosing to debate the substance of the iran deal. let's do it in front of the american people anytime in the next 60 days that congress has to review the deal. if he's so convinced he's right on the substance i will welcome him anytime. if he's unwilling to show up send as a proxy john kerry. let's debate the substance of how much this endangers the
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united states of america, israel and the world. it's the single greatest national security threat facing america. >> you gave a powerful floor speech on friday. which you stated that mitch mcconnell had lied to you. this was about the import export bill basically corporate croneyism where we i guess, back up give loan guarantees to billions of dollars, the taxpayers do. did he or did he not say to you there is no deal? that this wasn't going to come up? that's the crux of it. either what he said to you is true or not true. >> right. >> what is the bottom line? >> he said it multiple times back in may when we were debating trade promotion authority tpa. i asked him at a senate lunch t. looks like a deal had been cut, i asked him, what deal did you cut? he said three times there is no deal. there is no deal. there is no deal. he said it not just to me but to all the other republican senators.
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al friday on the senate floor i recounted here's what he said. and his actions were directly contrary. >> but there's a poll that came out. and it's fascinating, the republicans have lost 18%. here's what i'm trying to understand. in 2013 every republican when they were running, they all said they'd repeal and replace obamacare. they voted to do it when it didn't matter symbolically. when it came to deffding it and using their constitutional power you stood alone. i think there were two or three other senators in the well as you went through your filibuster on issues of immigration, healthcare time and again, why does the republicans -- why do they keep caving? do they not understand the american people are fed up, that nair they're not keeping their promises? >> it's worse than that. it's republican leadership that is leading the effort to kill
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conservative principles. the sad reality is republican leadership they're not listening to you and me. they're not listening to the conservatives who elected them. they're part of what i call the washington cartel. career politicians in both parties who get in bed with lobbyist and special interests and grow government. this weekend, we saw republican leadership kill an amendment to defund planned parenthood. we saw republican leadership kill an amendment to stop the iran deal unless iran recognizes israel and releases our hostages. we saw republican leadership kill an amendment to end sanctuary cities and pass kate's law. we saw republican leadership kill an amendment to ends the congressional exemption of obamacare. >> why. >> it's all one and the same. what we have is the mcconnell reid leadership team. the priorities are the same. it's the washington party.
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they grow government fight side by side to do it. whether it is croneyism and corporate welfare like the export import bank that both mcconnell and reid are fighting side by side. whether it's fighting to conconfirm loretta lynch as attorney general, they're not listening to us. it underscores the need for a strong conservative president. wee we won't turn around this country from congress because there are too many career politicians who are captive of the lobbyists. the last president who stood up to the washington cartel was ronald reagan. what i believe republican primary voters are looking for is someone who has been a consistent conservative show me where you've stood up not just to democrats, but to members of your own party, to the washington cartel. and i'll tell you this if i'm elected president, i'm going to tell republican leadership if you pass corporate welfare, if you pass corrupt legislation, i will veto it.
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and as president, like reagan did, i'm going to stand with the people and fight to defund planned parenthood to repeal obamacare to stop amnesty. to actually stand with millions of courageous skrbconservatives across the country. couple up the president of planned parenthood claims her organization did nothing wrong despite the you do all this research on the perfect car. gas mileage , horse power... torque ratios. three spreadsheets later you finally bring home the one. then smash it into a tree. your insurance company's all too happy to raise your rates. maybe you should've done a little more research on them. for drivers with accident forgiveness liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance.
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welcome back. planned parenthood continues to be mired in controversy after the release of undercover videos purportedly showing high ranking doctors negotiating the sale of fetuses aborted at planned parenthood clinics. the president of planned parenthood is refusing to apologize and is taking shots at her critics. how dare they? >> what's not told is that these are highly selectively edited.
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the folks behind this are part of the most militant wing of the anti-abortion movement that has been behind the bombing of clinics the murder of doctors in homes and their churches. what i want to make clear is planned parenthood has broke want no laws. we have the highest standards. the healthcare and safety of our patients is our most important priority. >> joining us with reaction co-authorer of the best seller climate change the facts. mark steyn is with us. it is illegal to sell human body parts. it's illegal to manipulate the abortion techniques to save body parts. both of which i hear on those tapes being acknowledged and admitted to. your reaction. >> absolutely. they called the people who did the video the militant wing of the anti-apportion movement. planned parenthood is the
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paramilitary wing of abortion absolutism. planned parenthood does about a third of a million abortions a year. which is as many as france germany, and canada combined. so planned parenthood is the biggest aborter on the planet. and it's a business model for them. and that is why you have the situation which is straight out of brave new world or hg wells or whatever where you are having healthy term babies being delivered and canbleized for their baby parts. and it speaks poorly for american liberals that they are prepared to support this regime. it's far more liberal than any other abortion regime in the rest of the civilized world. in france it's 12 weeks, italy, 13 weeks. norway, it's 18 weeks if you get the approval of a government commission. the idea of delivering a 39 week baby and crushing them as the
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woman on this video says in a way that you can preserve the body parts and sell them is a uniquely american evil. and planned parenthood are an industrial scale example of that. there is absolutely no reason why american taxpayers should -- there should not be planned parenthood on anti-trust grounds. like standard oil or u.s. steel. it's something like that. on sheer anti-trust grounds, this abortion industrial complex should be broken up. >> $500 billion selling the body parts. crushing this part of the baby not that part of the baby to protect the lungs, the liver, and the heart. that's a business. so she can buy a lamborghini. that's a quote. >> right. >> it's a little scary. >> all right. >> we have donald trump on. you see the battle with ted cruz going on. i kind of like it. i like -- i see a revitalized
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conservativetism within a week republican party. a republican party that didn't repeal and replace obamacare. a republican party that ended up funding executive amnesty. a republican party that is afraid and timid to take on some of the issues we're talking about. i think this is healthy and good. what does mark steyn think? >> yeah i agree with you. i came on halfway through some discussion a couple days ago. and somebody was asking a panel will this damage the republican brand? i was laughing so much i nearly drove off the road. the republican brand is damaged itself by demanding people work within the party in 2010 and 2014 and delivering the party huge victories that were then squandered. whatever you feel about donald trump people like someone who is not managed by and house trained
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by this terrible appalling consultant class that commands huge sums of money because it was responsible for the triumphant fred thompson campaign in 2008 or the rick perry campaign in 2012 and they control the candidates and they narrow what the republicans are allowed to talk about. donald trump is not managed. people respond to that because it's appalling reflection but he's closer to a real human being, a reality show host is closer to a real human being than these candidates who are managed and controlled by these overpaid d.c. consultants. >> can he sustain it and can he win? can he go all the way enin your view? >> when i saw his press conference, his launch, i thought this is -- i didn't think it was that great. i thought he'd be a busted flush
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within a couple weeks. the stupidity of the republican establishment in reacting to him, when you have powerful figures, powerful life long senators like john mccain effectively calling 20% of the republican base crazies, the stupid reaction of the rnc and the mccains and so forth has insured he is now -- i think he's a factor with us all the way to south carolina and florida. which means that whatever else -- whoever emerges as the candidate, donald trump will play a part in determining the nature of the race. >> mark steyn, good to see you. thank you sir. coming up the one and only ann coulter reacts. chris christie is in studio he will explain how he would fix america's broken if you qualify for a sittingham's card today i can offer you no interest for 24 months. thanks to the tools and help at, i know i have an 812 fico score, so i definitely qualify. so what else can you give me?
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[ yelling ] welcome back that was ann coulter at a book signing getting heckled. she joins us now. that was a nice little crowd you drew. >> yes other cultures don't have our tradition of free speech. >> yeah. did i see the american flag outside? >> there was a mexican flag and a little not burning, because that would harm the environment. but book ripping. >> you are now a single issue -- you make a compelling case. single issue, immigration is at the heart of most america's problems and you're all about donald trump. >> go frumptrump, go. >> as long as he's talking the way he's talking on immigration. >> did you hear what he said tonight? >> yeah. >> go back and apply -- >> my only quibble with him is
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that number, one, it's legal immigrants and there are no good ones. >> come on ann. there are people who -- >> going through the hiring of bureaucrats. do me in charnelge it. >> there are people that want a job. >> so what? so what? the question isn't that you're a good person. automatic envy to the greatest country in the world with a welfare state. is if good for the people already living here? are they using our schools, roads, hospital. i want the nuclear physicists. i want people to replace united states senators' jobs not my landscaper's job. >> the impact on education, healthcare criminal justice system is massive. that isn't hardly brought up. >> the most important issue and why it's the most important
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issue. post 1970 immigrants had -- pre1970 immigrants had more money. post 1970 it's the lowest skilled worksers. they are voting 8-2 democrats. this is changed the political landscape landscape. republicans have been hit wave after lavewave of gay marriage. obama would have never been elected without the 1965 immigration immigration act. >> anyone comes from australia they give you food. medical care they take care of you and put you back on the boat. if you want to become a citizen of australia and you're wealthy.
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if you invest $11 million you can become a citizen. >> that makes you eligible. you also i believe -- maybe if you have $11 million you don't care. you have to be under 40. we want productive people. both australia and new zealand look around the country and say we need more doctors. the minimum wage in australia is $14. that's not by law. it's risen naturally because they're not dumping low wage workers. the democrats want to get credit of raising the minimum wage it wouldn't be low other than they're dumping low wage workers on us. >> do you see donald trump getting from where he is today through the debates, does he win iowa new hampshire, south carolina? does he win nevada florida? >> i can see him more than i can see any of the other ones
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♪ >> welcome back. illegal immigration border security have become some of the top issues in the 2016 race for president. joining us in studio. 2016 republican presidential candidate, chris christie is with us. donald trump is right. i think republicans are afraid to say it. since obama's been president, 642,000 texans have been victims of crime by illegal immigrants including 3,000 murders. how come we don't secure the border? >> because it's been a failure of a president who has been unwilling to acknowledge there's a problem. let alone come up with a solution for it. you have to put a fence or wall in the places where it's appropriate. you have to hire more border
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patrol officers and use drones and other surveillance in some of the tougher areas to be able to monitor what's going on. every business has to use everify. some of these folks are coming across to work. >> the republicans -- they don't defund obamacare. they didn't stop obama's executive amnesty, they funded it. are they catering to big business? >> i think some are. i think also you feed a strong president who is willing to lead. >> if the iranian bill couldn't get any worse. they get 24 days to clean up their mess before inspectors they get $150 billion. they don't stop their rhetoric about killing or destroying or wiping israel off the map. and john kerry is surprised at this. we found out there may have been
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secret side deals. >> there were. >> you have an ad that just came out. let's roll the tame. >> president obama gave away the store to the iranians to a group of people who since 1979 have been chanting death to america. issues were negotiated so badly you wouldn't let this president buy a car for you. they're lying to the america people about how to deal is going to work. i would have walked away from the table. that's what reagan did when he walked away from gorbachev. i'm the only one in this race who has some part of that responsibility. >> they wrurere chanting death to america during the negotiations. >> only the president and john kerry and hillary clinton believe that iran is going to change their conduct. they haven't changed it for 36 years, sean. you and i are old enough to remember when the hostages were take in in 1979. the only reason they got out is because we had a strong person
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in the oval office. >> do you see a path to stop it? i don't see a number from congress that will prevent that from happening. >> let me tell you something, democrats in congress better step up. >> where is chuck schumer? >> where are these folk whose should be standing up and saying ronald reagan was right in rakevic. ronald reagan knew that no deal is better than a bad deal. the president walked away. what happened? >> we got a deal. >> we got a better deal for the united states of america. i wouldn't let this president buy a car for that is like walking into the showroom and saying i'm going to buy a car today let's negotiate price. you might as well empty your pockets. that's what we've done with america treasure and lives. they will continue to use this money we're giving them for terrorist activities. >> this is as bad or worse than
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was the nuclear deal? let us know what you think. that is all the time we have left for this evening. we hope you set your dvr so you never miss an episode. road to 2016 starts greta goes "on the record" right now. this is a fox news alert. a massive search underway right now. the u.s. navy joining the u.s. coast guard doing everything it can to find the two 14-year-old boys lost at sea. yes, the teenage boys vanished in the open ocean while fishing off the coast of florida. at this hour the searchers have found the boys' overturned fishing boat 65 miles off the coast. the boys nowhere to be found. coverage from the coast where they disappeared not far from the spot where think boat was found. first, emotional plea from the father of one of the teens. from nfl hall of famer joe namath who knows them. >> we are positive that our boys are still out there. the coast guard has confirmed with


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