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>> the innocent have nothing to fear. what do you think? hillary clinton? yes or no. kel good night, everybody. >> tonight, the left's incompetent foreign policy is creating chaos around the world and a crisis in america. america's mayor, rudy giuliani, is here tonight with reaction. >> if your desperate and if you know you're losing and you know you want to give up your life, then obviously you can do some harm. >> then secretary of state john kerry claims isis is attacking airports because, quote, they're desperate. dr. sebastian gorka is here to respond. >> i think it's pretty clear it's time to move on. >> and hillary clinton says it's time to forget about benghazi but friends and family of those killed refuse to do so. >> hillary as president? though thanks. i served in benghazi.
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my friends didn't make it. >> david limbaugh and judge deneen pirro weigh in. plus patrick j. buchanan reacts to 2016 poll numbers. hannity starts right here, right now. >> and welcome to hannity and tonight the left's utter incompetence has completely ruined our foreign policy. now creating chaos all around the world and a crisis right here in america. now the suicide bombings in turkey and terror attack in orlando. they are the most recent results of major missteps at every single turn over the past seven and a half years by president obama and hillary clinton. now, let's start from the twinning. barack obama. remember? he kicked off his presidency bay going on that apology tour. he was promising a new relationship with the muslim world, which of course, paved the way for instability and, of course, an explosion of violence now in the middle east. he prematurely withdrew troops in iraq and that created an opening for isis to grow and take over cities
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that many americans fought, bled and died for and in libya, president obama, hillary clinton, they advanced the effort to remove moammar qualify from power. remember, he was cooperating at the time. the country is since falling into chaos and isis is now rapidly expanding there. remember the president drew that red line in the sand in syria? well then he backed away from his promise to oust president assad if he used chemical weapons against his own people allowing isis again to further its foot hold in that country and form a home base. and when it comes to fighting radical islam, the president won't even say the words. take a look. >> for a while now the main contribution of some of my friends on the other side of the aisle have made in the fight against isil is to criticize this administration and me for not using the phrase radical islam. this is a political distraction. so there is no magic to the phrase radical islam. it's a political talking point.
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>> no less than two years ago the president even referred to isis as the jv team. remember he said this the analogy we use around here sometimes and i think it's accurate is in a jv team puts on a laker's uniform that doesn't make them kobe bryant. one at a before the terror attacks in paris remember that killed over 100 people that's when the president claimed isis was contained. watch this. >> isis is gaining strength, aren't they? >> i don't think they are gaining strength. what is true is that from the start our goal has been first to contain and we have contained them. they have not gained ground in iraq. and in syria, they will come, in they will leave. >> and then, of course, the obama state department, they even suggested the best way to defeat radical islam jihadi jobs. jobs to jihadis. >> killing them. we cannot kill our way out of this war. we need in the longer term, medium and longer term to go after the root causes that leads people to join these
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groups. >> there is always going to be poor people. there is always going to be poor muslims. as long as there is poor muslims, they will join. we can't stop that. can we. >> we can work with countries around the world to improve their governance and build their economy so they can have job opportunities for these people. >> here at home the white house has dangerously ignored the rising threat of radical islam. get. this the fbi now says that there are active isis related cases now in all 50 states with over 1,000 total investigations. and the department of homeland security, well, they banned the words jihad and cherie a when it comes to america taking in refugees from syria, you know the president, hillary clinton, they have flat out ignored the warnings from top u.s. intelligence and national security officials that are warning isis will infiltrate the refugee population. >> we can only choiry against -- query against that which we have collected. in someone has never made a
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ripple in the pond in syria in a way that would get their identity or interest reflected in our database we can query our database until the cows come home but there will be nothing show up because we have no record on that person. >> there is some fear, some fear that some these refugees may actually be posing as refugees but they might actually be al qaeda or isis terrorists trying to sneak in to europe or the united states. what do you make of that? >> certainly that's a possibility. you can't dismiss that out of hand. >> we should be con sense of the potential that dash may attempt to embed agents within that population. >> the group is probably exploring a variety of means for infiltrating operatives into the west including in refugee flows. >> my favorite, after the orlando terror attacks, obama's attorney general, loretta lynch, she claimed the o defeat radical islamic terrorism. >> our most effective
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response to terror and to hatred is compassion, unity, and it's love. >> wow, and we can't forget about the administration. this administration negotiated a nuclear deal with the number one state sponsor of terror, iran and giving them $150 billion. now, there is also the failed reset with russia. now, we saw how that turned out with vladimir putin invading and annexing crimea. the president has released gitmo detainees. they have gone right back to the battle fields. who does this? the administration also gave f-16s, fighter jets, tanks and a billion dollars to the muslim brotherhood in egypt when mohammed morsi became their president. just yesterday the select committee on benghazi that report revealed during the 2012 terror attack the administration was focused on crafting narrative about internet video while american lives were under fire and mortars were being shot at them. these facts are
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indisputable. after almost eight years now the less incompetence has led to disaster after disaster and has now made the world and the world and your families less safe. now is former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. think about less than two years ago jv team just before paris contained. at the beginning of the administration man-caused disasters, work place violence, overseas contingencies. how could they be so wrong about such a grave, evil threat in our lifetime? >> i think it's got to be ideology overruling common sense and fact and truth. you can't possibly observe what's going on and say the things, for example, that john kerry is saying that we are winning the war against. >> act of desperation he said. >> an act of desperation. here's the reality of islamic extremist terrorism, which i have been studying, prosecuting, investigating, and dealing with since at
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least 1972. >> did you do the blind sheikh case. >> no, i didn't. >> you didn't do that one, okay. my friend judge mukasey was the judge in that case. the reality is when you give them weakness, when you stay on defense, they go on offense. so let's look at the period before september 11th, we had the bombings in africa. >> kenya, tanzania. >> and then the one i will never forgive which is the attack on the kohl which is act of war. >> "u.s.s. cole." >> soldiers killed. >> towers. >> we did nothing about the cole, nothing. we took no action. have to have created in bin laden's mind let me push further. let me push further and obama done exactly the same thing. except he has done it over and over again. you have listed all of it i don't understand how you can view the world that way and
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feel you are fulfilling your responsibility of protecting the american people. >> how do you say love is the answer and banning words like jihad and sharia? >> how about when they cut out i think it was the french prime minister who used the words islamic. >> yeah, remember that? >> terrorism. the state department took it out of the transcript. >> let me go through this. >> this is absurd. he spends more time defending islamic terrorism and the. >> and the terrible deeds in the name of jesus, goes christian crusade. >> here is where it has practical impact when i look at it from a law enforcement view. the innocent in san bernardino, neighbors saw those two people in the garage at night under suspicious circumstances. they didn't come forward because i think logical deduction is they would feel
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prejudice because they were arab-looking. this h. they come forward who knows. we appreciateed a bombing in new york city because a police officer acted suspiciously. joint terrorism task force. arrested them before the bombing. this is fear of coming forward with information. whole political correctness thick. this is not just a game. words are important. the president is creating a fear within the bureaucracy. i think there is a fear in the fbi of being too aggressive. >> no jihad. no sharia. you know, we're going to use love. >> that has an impact on the bureaucracy that is investigating this you look at tsarnaev. was that followed up correctly? was that given to the local police look at the latest. >> incident. >> they release get mow detainee vmentdz then they
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can't say radical islam. give morsey of all people. he once referred to morsi as assailants of apes and pigs. we are going to give him f-15's? >> the reality is that the situation now in the world is completely his responsement and to a large extent hillary clinton. >> can i ask you a question? how is everything so wrong so often and so backwards? >> because of the ideology? >> all ideology? >> when he became president i had a big question in my mind. you know i he -- i opposed him. we will find out is he brag that tis or idealogue. >> he turned out to be excessive idealogue. i don't think he can view facts without this whole ideological strain exactly why he wants to spend so much time basically defending islamic terrorism.
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>> you remember -- >> -- his theory is if you say radical islam you are giving them more credit than they deserve. first of all, they already have the credit. irving else says radical islam so it's absurd that he doesn't say it. secondly, i think it's insult to the good muslim people. insult to the good muslim people when you don't point out this is a certain group of radical muslims, they don't represent the good muslim people. it's the same thing with the mafia. when i first used the word mafia, i was criticized. >> i remember that. >> by italian americans youing the word math i can't. the best thing to do is to stand up against them and prove had they are only a small percentage of italian americans. he can use those words and we are not defensive about it because we're decent, honest, howrnl people -- honorable people and we hate those people acting that way. >> thank you. coming up on busy news night
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right here on hannity. >> if you're desperate and you know your losing and you know you want to give up your life, then obviously you can do some harm. >> it's inexplicable. john kerry proves once again that he doesn't get it isis is desperate. they are determined. >> we will get reaction from dr. gorka and also later tonight. >> hillary as president? no thanks. i served in benghazi. my friends didn't make it. >> the nra, they release a scathing new ad attacking hillary clinton. we will play the entire thing. get reaction from our panel. judge deneen -- jeanine pirro. also get reaction tonight on hannity.
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live from america's news headquarte headquarters, i'm jackie ibanez a national poll released wednesday pits hillary clinton six points ahead of donald trump. party unity is a trouble spot for trump, with the latest fox news poll showing only 74% of republicans backing him over clinton. but the poll isn't all good news for clinton, with a record low 30% of those polled saying she's honest and trustworthy. olympic champion swimmer michael phelps breaking another record. he's the first male swimmer to qualify for five olympics. after winning the 200 meter butterfly at the u.s. swimming trials wednesday night, he's the most decorated athlete in olympic history. i'm jackie ibanez. now back to "hannity."
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welcome back to hannity. yesterday secretary of state john kerry blamed desperation for the attacks in istanbul. really? remember this. >> dash and others like it know that we have to get it right 24/7, 365. they have to get it right for 10 minutes or one hour. so it's a very different scale. if you are desperate and you know you're losing and you know you want to give up your life, then obviously you can do some harm. >> now, while kerry purports that isis is losing and acting out of desperation, the cia director is telling a very different story. watch this. >> the isil generated engine of foreign terrorism outside of syria and iraq still has a lot of momentum that we cannot rest at all. we have continue to crease our efforts. it would be surprising to me that isil is not trying to hit us both in the region as well as in our homeland.
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>> here now is radicalization, the author of "defeating jihadi the wishable war" the distinguished chair, dr. sebastian gorka, this is like saying again it's not radical islam. don't say cherie a don't say jihad we were just discussing or the jv team or they're contained. i don't understand how you can make the case that they're desperate when there is almost now an attack a week. what's your response? >> sean, my response is you are applying common sense and common sense has been banished from the white house and the cabinet. remember, after orlando, it was sexual repression of a covert homosexual identit our best weapon is love. two days before the san bernardino attack, secretary kerr i can't understand the president said isis is
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contained. we are winning. what have we seen since then in the last 18 months? two attacks in paris, an attack in brussels, san bernardino, philly, now orlando, and yesterday istanbul. doesn't to me sound like their style is being cramped at all. they are attacking wherever they wish to attack. they are taking the war to the infidel which includes here in america, sean. >> they created a vacuum in iraq and syria which we were discussing. they released more terrorists by releasing gitmo detainees they refer to them as jv team. they say they are contained as you point out. i don't know any more aspect on this war on terrorism that they ever getting right and they won't even say radical islamic terrorism. you have written a book, dr. gorka, you say we can defeat these people. what would it really take to win? >> number one, it would take leadership. it would take a leader in the white house who admits
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we are at war an slide wants to win. we have to jet sen political correctness. this whole political censorship when the enemy says i'm a jihadi and the administration says no, no, no, they are just unemployed and uneducated, that has to be thrown out of the window. then we have to empower our muslim allies to fight this war. the egyptians who have been rejected by the white house. the jordanians, the sunnies of iraq. embed our special forces. we don't want to be the face of this war. but we have the experts special forces guy from brag, middle creak, the supreme that can be the spain of that coalition. and then lastly we have to destroy the brand. because killing terrorists scket enough. i don't have anything against it. but stacking them like cord wood doesn't work when they can keep on recruiting new guys. we have to destroy the ideology. >> because of your
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background, you are the distinguished chair of military theory. here's my fear, 58,000 young men in america got killed in the vietnam war and we pulled out. we didn't finish the job. in iraq, i don't like the same thing. same story. we won mostly, fallujah, ramadi, i met kids who lost their legs, had their faces blown up and arms and we lost nearly 5,000 kids. my question is we cannot ask these brave then and women to fight nip if we don't have the tum to see it through. is there a way to defeat these people without watching as we did in baghdad and ramadi and mosul these kids going door to door? in other words, is the new era of modern technology and modern warfare going to prevent us from having to send in all these ground
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troops to accomplish the mission and actually win? >> technology is useful but not a panacea. we have this disease that we think the latest platform or algorithm will save us. at the end of the day it is a man with a gun with the boots on the ground. but it doesn't have to be our men or marines or infantry. >> that's what trump is saying. >> it doesn't have to be our guys. it has to be the local sunnies with us at the six. with us providing the expertise and training. >> look at the saudis. you talk about the sunnies. they don't like the iranians creating high -- they play both sides. they have played both sides for years. we have these redacted materials in the 9/11 commission report. apparently shows some culpability and some financial support. for the 9/11 terrorists. you know, that is frustrating to me. i don't see that the saudis
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are willing to put boots on the ground. i don't see that countries in the region are willing to put boots on the ground. >> the saudis are not going to save us slawl right. they have been playing a double edged game for the last 20-odd years. i'm talking about the people who want to be on our side. >> who? >> well, number one the jordanians. incredible special forces. >> and alcee is i has been more outspoken against terrorism than obama. >> think about this. if we have the massive egyptian army allied to the small but really high quality jordanians allied to the kurds and sunni hostile want to be there. >> that will work. >> if we were trusted by them and we supported them that would work. >> if we gave them our intelligence and maybe some equipment and they do the job, we could win the war that way. i agree with you. well said. thank you, sir. >> thank you, sean. >> appreciate it. up next here on hannity. >> hillary as president?
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no thanks. i served in benghazi. my friends didn't make it. >> the nra releases a blistering new ad about hillary clinton. we will check with in with judge jeanine pirro. brand new polls have been released. heather nauert is here with report. we will get reaction from patrick jay buchanan tonight here on hannity.
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nothing, nothing to contradict the conclusions of the independent accountability board or the conclusions of the prior multiple earlier investigations carried out on a bipartisan basis in the congress. i will leave it to others to characterize this report but i think it's pretty clear it's time to move on. >> move on, after all, what difference does it make? really? that was hillary clinton yesterday reacting to the benghazi reports. and while she may want to move on in this case, those impacted bite terror attack they refused to do so, and, today, the nra they released a blistering new ad about hillary clinton. watch this. >> a lot of people say they are not going to voted this november because their candidate didn't win. i know some other people who won't be voting this year either. hillary as president? no thanks. i served in benghazi. my friends didn't make it.
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they did their part. do yours. >> joining us now with reaction, author, attorney, david limbaugh and the host of justice judge jeanine pirro is with us. full disclosure david limbaugh has done work for me in the past i'm sure he is regrets it on a lot of different levels. all right. by the way, no criminal record just for the record. >> i was going to ask. >> you know, you think about this and you look at her, you know, cavalier answer, you know, she wants to move on at this point what difference does it make. well, here's the problem. we had 600 attempts to get additional security from benghazi. the brits left. the red cross left. and they didn't give the security. during the attack we learned in this report that they sent nobody and mean wheel they were having our brave men and women that were ready to rescue changing in and out of clothes because they weren't sure it was appropriate to send military officials in to save american lives oh, and they wanted the approval of the
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libyan government to go rescue americans. and we'll get to the after in a second. but, david, this is madness. >> it's outrageous. you know, hillary says let's move on. move on from what? she has never been punished. she has never been accountable for anything. she was right in the middle of everything that happened. both in the failure to act to save lives in benghazi and also and unbelievable video coverup. the idea that the video caused this violence. we knew in realtime that the video had nothing to do with it. that it was a terrorist thing. the people on the ground in realtime said this is nothing to do with a video and the administration lied by changing a headline on a report saying it was violence connected to egypt when it -- they knew it was benghazi and the text showed it was egypt and not benghazi. really five out of ten action items in this meeting they had after the attack
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the time line is important. this at at 3:42. at 7:30 local looking for political excuses instead of saving lives. they had a video. they were watching what was happening in realtime. mortars were going off. rpgs are being fired and they're debating what their political answer is going to be? >> you know, sean, the saddest part about this and i find this report sad because it is a reflection of how the comeamped and the chief and future commander and chief view the rest of us. and the fact that she knew. >> by the way, bite your tongue, she is not going to be a future commander and chief. >> a future wanna be commander and achievement and if obama his way, that's what would happen. it's almost about no one matters. it's a charade. we figured out a long time ago and that is that even though panetta apparently in the meeting said we are
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going to deploy people, someone stopped it. >> he wasn't at the 7:30 meeting. he had determined that earlier. >> right. >> that never happened. here is what gets interesting. the before is they didn't give the requested security even though op-ed of terrorist training. during it they don't send anybody to help but they are looking for political answers. here's the coverup. at the very same time she is telling us this is relate to do a youtube video. whoever heard of spontaneous demonstration where they had mortars and rpgs in back pocket. she told the libyan prime minister her own daughter two of ours officers were killed by al qaeda like group. she is committing it's terrorism but lying to us, david. >> all of this as we say was prehead at a timed. coverup premeditated they trotted out suture rice on five tv shows she was prepped by david plouffe and ben rhodes to lie.
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the state department officials reacted by saying she is off the reservation. another one said she is off the reservation five times. they knew this was an absolute lie. and what pompei pompoe was exactly right. these college kids who are being indoctrinated how conservatives don't care about people and liberals do. this is liberalism in action. liberals care about their political future they advance the narrative so they could win the election. >> because you have to think the timing, september 2012, two months away from an election, less than two months away, it didn't fit their narrative so they needed the lie and obama himself and hillary herself advanced what they knew to be a lie and now it's a proven lie. >> it's a proven lie and they weren't willing to protect our sons. but they were willing to protect the election of the president. >> sickening. >> it is, you know, what they did during all this time was continue this
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welcome back to hannity. so the conventions are just around the corner. and according to some brand new polling, the presidential election is up for grabs. joining us now tonight with all the latest figures at the hannity big board is the one and only heather nauert
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of "fox & friends." heather? >> hi there, sean. we are a long way from november. with the geneva conventions conventions -- conventions lambing the race could be tightening. trump and clinton are nearly tied with hillary clinton getting 42% to donald trump's 40%. clinton leads trump by larger margins taking 44% of the vote to trump's 38%. sean, what's significant both of these polls is both of these candidates coming in well below 50% and whole lot of undecided voters out there in america and that this race is literally up for yabs. that's it, sean. >> issues polls in the internals you look and you see on issues of national security, the economy, trump is doing much better. and on trustworthiness. >> all right, heather, thank you. joining us now with reaction the author of the greatest come back patrick j. buchanan is with us. how are you.
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>> i'm fine. how are you? >> i'm a little disgusted with republicans in d.c. they don't seem to realize that the cab democrat that is -- candidate that is going to be their nominate won with more votes than any other candidate in d.c. paul ryan and mitch mcconnell. i'm getting sick of sarcastic and comments. i have never saw them fight barack obama or hillary clinton this hard. >> i think there is no doubt about it that they are really unhappy with their choice and trying to get through it as best they can. look, everything is at stake here, the presidency, the supreme court. the congress of the united states. i think either everybody gets on board. either we all hang together as ben franklin together said or we all hang separately. i do think your numbers, sean, that shows to me that's wide open. the country does not want hillary clinton, the cruz trump voters don't want her. the independents don't want her. the bernie voters don't want her. some of whom you can get. what trump has to do is make himself a thoroughly
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acceptable alternative who has got some ideas that comport with where america is going. >> it seems that's where he is headed. i have seen a major change in the last two weeks. they have a rapid response. they seem to have daily messaging. there seems to be less, i don't know what the words response spontaneity. given very, very detailed policy speeches about the economy. about foreign policy. and a number of other issues. it seems like this has now become a real general election campaign. >> i think he is touching on the issues that can win him this election. populism, patriotism. economic nationalism. americanism. rather than globalism. putting america first. keep our guys out of foreign wars where vital interests aren't engaged. i think he has got the issue -- the issue deck if you will or the issue hand.
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i agree with you, sean, on immigration and trade are the two issues on which establishment folks like ryan and like the leader of the united states senate, they are more out of touch with the american people than any other issues. and i think trump is right on them and i think this brexit vote proves that people want to get rid of bureaucrats in the capitaland od regain their sovereignty. regain their independence. regain their national right to decide for themselves. >> that's the point that i think they missed. you had a column after brexit, a trump path to victory. because there is no doubt the issues are similar. the refugee issue is one. immigration is certainly another. loss of jobs because of unfair trade deals that we have accepted for many, many years. and i'm a free trader but i also believe in fair trade. i think that awful these issues are resonating. especially with 9 a million americans out of the labor force. 50 million in poverty.
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46 million on food stamps. the american middle class is disintegrating. if you look at demographics. black americans, hispanic americans they have been disproportionately impacted negatively by the obama economy, by globalism. by illegal immigration. >> you take a look at what trump talked about in that trade speech. you know, 50,000 factories lost in the first decade of this century, 6 million jobs lost. trade deficits since bush won of $12 trillion. 4 trillion with the chinese. everybody knows shanghai is booming because detroit is dying. all these cities abroad. they are the consequence of america exporting factories and jobs rather than products. i think hillary understands this. she was very much in there and nafta and gaft and all the rest of these gills. i think trump is dead right on it. >> do you think she can rally the democratic base,
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the 45% of bernie voters that say they won't vote for her by aligning herself with elizabeth warren and who would be the best vp choice for trump. >> elizabeth warren, i think she will be effective in helping bring the bernie voters home but quite frankly trump has a chance to get them on trade, on the jobs issue and on the points you just made. look, when these jobs come back, african-americans and hispanic americans and asian americans are going to be getting those jobs as well. i don't know who i would select for the vice president as i haven't given any names to you before. i do think there is one problem here with newt. which is that newt was behind the wto all the weighed. i remember those battles in those years. i was behind nafta and gaft and all the rest of it. >> i think newt has taken on a more populist tone in recent years. listening to his tone he sees the negative impact of immigration.
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he understands these trade deals are unfair. >> you think he is seeing the light, huh? >> well, pat, just because you are way ahead of the curve on immigration. >> bernie sanders and i were together with. >> that's embarrassment. >> bernie sanders is not somebody you want to align yourself, pat. we judge you by the company you keep. thank you, sir. >> thank you. >> coming up, a new poll focused on national security. it could prove to be a disaster for hillary com tired of re-dosing antacids? try duo fusion! new, two in one heartburn relief. the antacid goes to work in seconds... and the acid reducer lasts up to 12 hours in one chewable tablet. try new duo fusion. from the makers of zantac.
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. hillary clinton was pushing for america to accept new refugees from around the world. we have a poll about national security showing a majority of you, the american people are very concerned about taking in people from countries that practice sharia law. 70% believe supporters of sharia should be identified before being admitted to the u.s. 80% said once identified they should not be admitted to the u.s. and 78% said that they believe that aforeign visitors should quote, affirm they uphold principles of the constitution. joining us now, managing partner of opinion savvy and washington
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examer contributor lisa booth. matt, i'll start with you. this is your survey. i have been saying forever, that if you come from a country that practices sharia, it is at cultural odds. >> right. >> it is incompatible with our owe constitutional values. >> right. >> are you coming here to assimilate? or to indoctrinate and advance your cause? >> absolutely. and it's a hedge jit mitt question. and american voters seem to agree with you. like you said, a vast majority support identifying and then banning those who practice sharia law and i don't think it should come as a surprise to us, honestly. >> here is a question. i can understand that if people grew up in saudi arabia, kuwait,
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the uae, gays and lesbians are put to death. and how do you ascertain if they want freedom or want to bring their values with them. >> i think it's troubling when you have the administration saying they want schools to teach children in their own languages versus english. you look at the lack of asimulati asimulation. you're looking at second, third generation muslims who don't feel that belgium is their home. this represents the disconnect between the obama administration
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and hillary clinton and they're out of the realm of reality. >> she took money from the countries and never spoke out against the prk tiss how they treat women, gays, lesbians, christians and jews. you can't built a temple in saudi arabia. she took up to $25 million. how do you take money from people when you say you're the champion of the people they're abused by these people? >> this is the alternate reality and universe that president obama and hillary clinton live in. this is the disconnect between their viewpoint and not saying radical islamic extremism and looking at the fact that 60% of americans support a temporary ban. there is a disconnect between the obama administration, hillary clinton and the american people. >> so if i'm reading into this correctly, it was donald trump using the words that would probably said it wrong.
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>> i think you might be right, sean. with support among millennials, such as myself, who don't see a reason to tolerate intolerance, i think there could be some ground there for him to gain. >> yes. >> guys good to see you and we'll see the dimension you said you're going. you're going. >> c c this just got interesting. why pause to take a pill? or stop to find a bathroom? cialis for daily use is approved to treat both erectile dysfunction and the urinary symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently, day or night. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, or adempas for pulmonary hypertension, as it may cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure. do not drink alcohol in excess. side effects may include headache, upset stomach, delayed backache or muscle ache. to avoid long-term injury, get medical help right away
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tomorrow night, 10:00 eastern as donald trump will join us, again, tomorrow at 10:00. that is all the time we have left this evening. thanks for joining us. we'll see you back here t unafraid. online show now. >> okay. what's this? a private meeting on a private plane. talking about former president bill clinton and attorney general loretta lynch meeting on the ground private plane in phoenix airport. the meeting was yesterday. just hours before the release of the benghazi reported and the local phoenix abc station got a tip that the meeting was going to happen. after the meeting a conference, attorney general lynch confirmed the meeting with the president had taken place. >> when i was landing at the airport i did see president clinton at the phoenix airport. as i was leaving and he spoke to myself and my husband on the plane. our conversation was a united states deal about his grandchildren there was no discussion about any matter pending before the department or any