will y will you watch the presidential debate? facebook.com/the kellyfile on twitter, megyn kelly, let me know why not. you gotta. good night, i'm megyn kelly, see you tomorrow. tonight, donald trump is surging in new national polls, former speaker of the house newt gingrich is here with reaction. >> donald trump does not have the temperament to be our commander in chief. >> then, hillary clinton has multiple coughing fits all on the campaign trail. laura ingram and lauren kaine chy chime in, and the fbi releases documents into the private e-mail server. we'll have reactions tonight. >> i believe we need a civil rights agenda for our time. >> plus, donald trump delivers a powerful speech to african-americans in detroit. we'll check in with darrell
scott and sheriff david clarke. plus, all of that and we speak with wikileaks founder, julian assange. "hannity" starts right here, right now. and welcome to "hannity" tonight with just nine weeks to go before the general election, donald trump is surging in new national polls in a cnn/orc poll out today, trump is leading 45%-43%, and according to the same poll, trump has a commanding lead among independent voters, topping clinton 49% to 29%, a four-way race, and the latest fox news race shows clinton and trump in a dead heat, and a four candidate contest with clinton's small lead within the margin of error or. when it comes to key swing states, a routers poll shows trump leading or in a way in iowa, beating clinton 44%-41%. trump and clinton are tied in
maine, 42%. it's a very close race going on in michigan. donald trump is leading 42%-41%. in new hampshire, 45%-pr44%, an ohio, trump is up 46%-43%. wisconsin is all tied up at 38%, and with the polls now showing this race tightening, donald trump is campaigning very hard. by the way, if anyone's not low energy, it's not hillary clinton it's jeb bush. >> my opponent wants a 550% increase in syrian refugees over the large number -- over the large number that are already coming into the country through thousands and thousands through president obama. she is running to be america's angela merkel and you see what happened to angela amerimerkel
germany, they had a massive defeat recently in the elections because germany has had problems like it's rarely seen before, and look at france, and look at other countries. it's catastrophic, folks. it's catastrophic. i have friends that go to france every year, they love it. i say how did you like it this year, they say, we don't go to france anymore. france isn't france. pretty tough. we'll go to north carolina instead, okay? i think so. i'm also going to notify all countries that refuse to take back dangerous, illegal immigrants who have committed crimes in this country, that they will lose access to our visa programs and many, many more little goodies if they continue to refuse to take back the criminals that have been placed in our country.
>> now with reaction, former speaker of the house, fox news contributor, newt gingrich. these polls are very reassuring. you're smiling, that's not a good sign. we've got a lot of game left to play, but certainly in the last three and a half weeks, things have changed. i would argue he's on message, he's only comparing his record, the failing record of obama and clinton versus his vision for the country and i think his outreach in baton rouge to t, t mexican president, to the church in detroit has served him very well, thoughts? >> first of all if you're trump, you have to feel pretty good that tremendous comeback from the week after the democratic convention when the polls were terrible, people were writing him off, et cetera. you look at a place like wisconsin where they're now tied, that means ron johnson's re-election campaign into the u.s. senate has a big boost. look at ohio where he's now ahead that means rob portman's
re re-election has a good boot, but look at a what, where chuck grassy is going to be reelected. remember you have 63 days. my prediction -- and i've been on this team for a while -- my prediction is that it will get better for trump, it will get worse for clinton and to the degree trump stays focused on sticking with the teleprompter, which he does as well as anybody i've ever seen and he's making his points and he's coming across very, very effectively, and second, continuing to do things that are bold. it was bold to go to louisiana while hillary clinton stayed hidden in long island raising money. it was bold to take the mexican president's invitation and to look equally presidential in that press conference and anybody looking at that could say donald trump clearly can be president. hillary clinton stayed hidden in long island raising money.
it was bold to go to detroit and it was very bold to go to youngsto youngstown, ohio, the largest county fair, historically a very democratic base originally. he had huge crowds. he and mike pence were there together. they had huge crowds in youngs to town. there's wonderful cross-trump accused phrase from bridge -- between rob who's really doing a great job, rob portman from cincinnati, carrying the suburban, and trump carrying the ohio river valley. if they help each other, ohio could be a very good state. >> it's also peace and prosperity to drive elections. it's big here. i showed on the air last week that hillary clinton has flip-flopped on driver's licenses on illegal imgranmigra
on building a wall, on welfare and healthcare benefits, she's flipped and flap flipped and flailed all over this. watch this, you were in this 1995 video, listen to bill clinton talking about immigration. >> all americans, not only in the state's most heavily effected, but every place in this country are rightly disturbed by the large number of illegal lialiens entering our country. the jobs they hold may be carried by illegal immigrants and impose burdens on our taxpayers, that's why our mgz has moved aggressively to hire a record number of new border guards, by deporting twice as many criminal aliens before. we are a nation of immigrants but we are also a nation of laws. it is wrong and ultimately self-defeating for a nation of immigrants to permit the kind of abuse of our immigration laws we have seen in recent years and we must do more to stop it.
>> kind of sounded a lot like donald trump, don't you think? >> yeah, i -- i have to give -- really this was a remarkable moment. i actually forgotten that line. that was the first state of the union. i saw dr. ben carson on minute and we referred to that and we pulled that section and i thought to myself this is the clinton-trump plan and we should ask hillary clinton how she feels about bill clinton's plan because it is remarkably like trump. and by the way, today a saw a six-minute local news report from san diego on illegal immigration into san diego this last week. it is so startling, it's unbelievable. >> we'll play this again tomorrow, but i've got hillary flopping and flailing like john kerry, i voted for him before i voted on any other issue.
you and i have discussed for years for the need for the republican to reach out in particular to the black community, where under obama there's been a 58% increase of black americans on food stamps. millions more black americans now are out of the labor force, and in poverty. 20% increase black americans not participating in the labor force. jesse jackson -- they ran this ad about trump and the kkk, and the confederate flag. this is what jesse jackson said about trump, does this help trump? >> i do want to depress thanks to you, donald trump, for being with us tonight. we node your buildieed your bui your gusto, your rent package for people on wall street to represent diversity, and we thank you for coming tonight.
let's give donald trump a big hand. in early its of reaching out and being in exclusive, he's done that, too, and many people, when i ran for the presidency in '88, he came to our business meeting here in new york because he has this sense of the curious and the will to make things better. >> 1999, i've been to trump tower. i see the people and the diversity of people that work there. i think that kind of takes the sting out of that phony race campaign hillary clinton is using. >> i think the trump campaign would be well served to take that clip, put it on every black radio station in the country, and say, who are you going to believe, you know, jesse jackson or hillary clinton, and your exact word it's jackson refers back to meetings with trump in the '80s when jackson was running for president, trump came to my business madineeting
because he was ultimately concerned. >> donald trump has been concerned about solving america's problems for his entire business career, talked about it in the '80s, got the cover of "time magazine" in 1989. he's trying to februaigure out o help the country -- >> clinton aged 327 times. they didn't remember information about the private e-mail server. 327 times. hillary couldn't remember 40. one of the excuses she made is, well, i didn't know if i was br briefed because -- because i had a concussion in 2012. and we'll get into that later. i want to say that in might of the media on her plane, the media, the real tough questions they've been asking her. >> welcome to our big plane. it's so exciting. >> reporter: what do you think?
>> i think it's pretty cool, don't you? i am so happy to have all of you with me. i've been just waiting for this moment. >> reporter: how was your labor day weekend? is it. >> it was good. it was really good. we had a good time, the last moment of -- happy labor day, that's exactly right. >> do you have a labor day message? >> i do, you'll hear it. i definitely -- i definitely do. >> so she can't remember. she says her concussion caused her to forget all of these horrible thing business her and i'm thinking, you can't come up with a better question than that, or the pay-to-play scandal and the clinton foundation? >> but you're asking the lead media to be other than who they are. they are essentially the off wing of the democratic party, totally connected to the
democratic democrats, and they're willing to cover up for her every way they can. her problems are so big they keep leaking through the media and the country week bye week learns how dishonest and corrupt hillary clinton is. if you're going to face ace person who cannot remember 46 time and who lies routinely, how do you prepare to debate that? the moderator is going to ask her something and she's going to say, i don't quite remember. and if she wants us to believe she's ready for the 2:00 in the morning phone call. >> all right, i got it. you're on your a game. welcome back. i know you were on vacation. >> good to be with you. and up next on "hannity." [ coughing ] >> every time i think about trump i get a allergic. >> hillary had another cuffing fit, 4:22 and she finally took
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spokeswoman admits he did. bondi said the timing was coincidental. they call new york home but neither donald trump or hillary clinton will visit ground zero next sunday. the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. a spokesman confirms neither candidate is slated to attend this event, but both will not campaign on this day. i'm jackie i banez, back to "hannity." every time i think about trump i get allergic. boy, we have 63 days to go.
>> all right, hillary clinton having one of her frequent coughing fits. this went on 4:22 in a rally in ohio yesterday. she had another coughing fit and attack speaking with reporters on her campaign plane, take a look. >> so -- can i have some water? >> yes. [ coughing ] >> earlier today, the judge report ran a headline highlights clinton's recent history of coughing coughing fits. we've kind of put them altogether, take a look. does it raise questions about her health especially in light of the revelation she told the
fbi that, she couldn't remember a lot of things because she had a concussion in 2012. i thought it was a conspir easier, according to cnn if you bring of hillary's health. national and indicatsyndicated host, and we're all talk show hosts here. watch hillary. she has coughing fits, one, after another, after another, then we find out she uses an excuse, laura, the fact she had a concussion, why she couldn't remember if she was briefed or not, as it relates to how to secure e-mails. do we have a right to inquire about what the situation is with her health? >> as a former white litigator, hillary clinton opened the door about claims of her health. when she claims she doesn't remember basic elements of her duty of secretary of state, she
doesn't remember certain briefings, or the designation on the top of a document for classified information. she didn't remember that she had more than one device? none of this passes with a straight face. >> she had 14. >> right. >> here's what we know, herman, she couldn't recall all the security briefings, or 40 times, or recall the security briefings because she had a concussion. how do you forget the whole briefing, and does it race questions? her aide destroyed her blackberrys with a hammer. her e-mail was targeted multiple times by hackers because once she clicked on a porn link and she also claimed that marking, which everybody knows is classified was refersiencing paragraphs and alphabetical order. double any of this or is she
lying? and she's coughing in the corner there. >> john, she's just lying. it's one thing -- this shows that her staff is pushing her out there despite her fizz wiph condition. she needs medical help. it's one thing to have coughing spell, but to continue have ultimate cal coughi multiple coughing spells, her staff is maybe being innocent sieve that she doesninnocent she's not healthy enough to do this. the other thing is all of these other things that she has denied she's able to remember, her biggest problem is not coughing. her biggest problem is lack of integrity and it's starting to show through with a lot of people, period. >> all right. 277 days, laura no press conference. her events, often like 100 people and it's for the tv
cameras and they never pan back to show there's no crowd there, now you're a lawyer, is it not evidence of acting intentionally and with criminal intent? she doesn't -- she was asked boy ed henry, you mean with a cough, when she was asked if she wiped a server clean. she used expensive bleach-bit software to make sure god couldn't read them he said. so is that criminal intent? do they need to reopen the investigation? >> i think they absolutely should reopen the investigation. they seem to have new information that wasn't brought to the attention earlier this year, and the information alone about the blackberry destruction, how does jim comey not even sit in with the interview with clinton. >> he made a document dump last friday when everybody was on vacation. >> i can scan i say oneling ab e
fbi? this is supposed to be an agency, even in our hypothetical world, that calls bistrikes and fouls correctly. we should be able to do the proper investigation and come to the proper investigation without political allegiance or the party. we know one of the independent investigators gave money to the obama campaign in 2012. id continuing hurts the integrity -- >> i agree with you. >> -- and eats away with public trust of the government. none of us could walk away -- >> i'd like to see you bash up your phones with a -- with computers. last word, herman? >> well, laura is exactly right. unfortunately, the integrity of the fbi has been compromised by this morning and the justice department.
that's unfortunate because people have often, for a long time, had a lot of trust in the fbi. they have now compromised their integrity because it is apparent and it's clear that they are trying to hold back and cover for hillary clinton, which in fact -- she has shown that she cannot be trusted, she does not recognize the integrity of classified information, and she is definitely not trustworthy. >> guys we've got to continue this. we'll you have later in the week. thank you for being with us. when we come back, julian assange is getting ready to release some campaign documents and he'll be here to talk about that next. also, later on friday, the fbi released their report on clinton's private server, the document dump came on a holiday weekend, larry elder, doug shone, will have more on this busy news night, on "hannity." what's it like to put your home in good hands?
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welcome bac welcome back to "hannity." in a recent interview with the "new york times," julian assange had some harsh words for hillary clinton and the mainstream media. >> in polling over themselves to defend hillary clinton, are erecting a demon that is going to put nooses around everyone's neck, which she is almost certainly going to do. >> he was not mincing words but that's not all. in other news, julian assange has said he has quote significant documents that would be damaging to hillary clinton's campaign. here to join us, wikileaks founder, julian assange. how are you, sir? welcome to the program. >> well as can be expected for being detained for six and a half years. >> i understand -- you know, part of me -- in the beginning was conflicted about you, and i'll tell you why. i believe in privacy, i believe
that people especially when it comes to private e-mails, personal e-mails, et cetera, i think people have a right to that privacy. on the other hand, you have done a lot of good in what you have exposed about how corrupt s&p hony and dishonest our government is. do you understand people when they talk about the privacy issue? >> i -- i do. and we have exposed a lot of governments. wikileaks has -- we specialized in bringing the first amendment to the world, and we were always very surprised one of our biggest battles would be trying to bring it to the united states under an obama administration. >> that's interesting to say. why do you say that's a surprise to you? >> well, because if you see the rhetoric from coming out of the d democrats is their pro civil liberties and the first part is rule of law and that is broken down under the obama administration and hillary
clinton was part of that process. she has -- the obama administration has attempted to prosecute more journalists and journalistic sources under the same espionage act she was being investigated under in all previous presidencies combined. >> yeah. >> not just more than any one of them. more than all of them combined. so there's, under obama, an epidemic which has developed of abusing national security laws to crack down on what is j legitimate use of the first amendment. >> you said you have a significant amount of information pertaining to hillary clinton's campaign. you will be releasing it in several batches as you're finishing it from a journalistic standpoint. how many batches do you think you'll be releasing and how soon? >> that's a good question, sean.
>> that's a pretty simple one, it's not tricky. >> the first batch is reasonably soon. we're quite confident about it now. we may put out some teasers. i don't want to promise anything because you have to see how the formatting goes but we might put out some teases as early as next week or the week after. >> last question, it's not really hard to hack into these even secure systems, is it? i've talked to some real smart computer friends of mine. they say it's far more simple than anybody would ever know. is that true? >> it is. i just want to say one thing. in the fbi report released friday, i agree with your analysis, it is very strange that was released friday afternoon on a labor weekend. i do think it was question to what sort of game the fbi is trying to play. but, there's -- hillary clinton says that she can't remember what a "c" in bracket stands
for. everyone in wikileaks and the government understands it stands for classify/confidential. we have released thousands of tables by hillary clinton -- there she is, clinton, see, that's her clinton, c with a clinton in brackets right there. thousands of documents where shes herself has used the "c" in brackets and signed it off and more than 22,000 times she has received cables from others with the c in brackets so it's absolutely incredible for clinton to lie about not knowing what that is, but it's a bit disturbing james connie goey go along with that game. >> i hope you get free one day. thank you the best for being with us. >> thank you, sean. the fbi did a huge document on friday releasing its report
on the investigation of clinton's e-mail server. larry elder, doug schoen weigh in, plus tonight. >> i fully understand that african-american community has suffered from discrimination, and there are many wrongs that mu be made right. >> now, donald trump spoke to members of an after condition american church this weekend. his outreach of the black community continues. we'll play highlights, get reaction from darrell scott and sheriff david clarke as we continue tonight right here on "hannity." ♪
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welcome back welcome back to "hannity." on friday, the fbi decided to dump documents on its investigation into hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server and what was made public is absolutely stunning. they did this before a holiday weekend. according to the kwib reporfbi clinton used 13 devices for mobile e-mail and none of them could be recovered because of some them were destroyed by an
aide that used a hammer on them. members of her staff deleted e-mails after receiving a subpoena, and didn't know the c on documents was classified. she claimed a 2012 concussion for not being able to recall security briefings and also told the fbi she didn't recall specific details nearly 40 times and the list includes quote when she first received or security clearance at the state department, receiving classified training, using her power to classify documents who had access to her e-mails and receiving e-mails that should not have been on an unclassified system. the times of the release by the fbi and its director james comey is so stunning even members of the main street media was done to protect the clinton campaign. let's take a look. >> there's so much to say about the fbi's conduct here. those who are skeptical about how he's done this, look at the friday release. the guy's not had a press
conference. he talks abouttransparently. i know he has aster ring representation. >> not with me. >> to release this on friday, i'm stunned. if you cared about transparently, you'd say, getting a hearing on a holiday, no. >> and former prosecutor, rude i giuliani, claims clinton broke the law and is lying. >> i think she's doing something called lying, which violates the united states code, section 1,001. >> that is what martha futustew went to jail for one lee, about a couple years, that had something to do with the national security. >> salem national syndicated radio host, and doug schoen.
so doesn't that she she acted intentionally, the campaign -- people acted intentionally and with criminal intent whether you use bleach bit? ed henry asked did you wipe the server clean, she said, do you like a cloth? is they use god and said god can't find those e-mails. isn't that obstruction? doesn't that show get to the heart of the intent? >> as a trained lawyer i've joined not to make judgments about cases i've not been in. it looks pretty darn close to me and i say this as a clintor supporter, all i can say is mr. comey, i think, has a lot more questions to answer for his behavior. >> clienton said they couldn't recall the details, and is "hannity" conspiracy, she's is
s.a.t.i citing her concussion for not be able to recall. does she know what happened on nine 11? she was profiling muslim-america muslim-americans-just a few little details. >> her top running mate is tim came, and fair questioning by mart martha raddatz at adc. james comey did not make a criminal level and she apologized, she made a mistake, and donald trump has not turned over his tax returns. the problem is most americans believe he should have made one and kaepernick said if it hasn't been anybody else for hillary, she would have been in prison and the other argument about her being sorry when dick cheney was alleged to have a covert agent, critics said she jeopardized
national security, and not being transparent, it's called a dodge. she's not been transparent. she turned overall of her relevant e-mail. we find out now that she did not turn over all relevant e-mail. she did send and receive classified information, and did send and receive -- >> here's my question though. >> -- that was marked as such. this is awful and it undermines her number one argument against did you remembe donald trump, which is he's too dangerous to get the nuclear codes. >> if she remembered getting the briefings that apparently she was supposed to take or did take, what else does she remember not remembering? >> i'd like to know the answer to that question. >> i think the answer is, there is no answer to that question, larry. >> look, secretary clinton got through with this. this is politics.
she's going to hit donald trump very, very hard because as we've said, sean, there's not much of an argument that can be made for her candidacy. she going to hit hard, she's going to fu going going focus on the swing states. >> she can't run on her record or honestly, or vision. she's not nothing but negativity. >> and that's all she can do. >> at this point, she could art articulate, representing a billion dollars of communication. >> i don't agree with doug because that's what she already has, and so many people supporter. >> dave and has before sane and rational, and what else does she have? she can't talk about economic growth and she can't about anything that other than donald trump is racist, he's a
homophobe, donald trump hae's membemember numbers are going to rise between 10% to 15%. the strongest argument is he's irreckless, and hillary has offset that argument. she's in very, very serious trouble. >> i agree with doug this is not done yet. >> a lot of game to play. >> three debates on "hannity." it's from the pews and pulpits and christian teachings of black churches all across this land, that civil rights movement lifted up its soul and lifted up the soul of our nation. >> donald trump's out range continues as he traveled to detroit this holiday weekend and spoke to numbers of an after condition american church. we'll get reaction, darrell scott was there, and sheriff clark will join us, as well. ♪
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of black churches all across this land that the civil rights movement lifted up its soul and lifted up the soul of our nation. today, i just want to let you know that i am here to listen to you and i've been doing that. i believe we need a civil rights agenda for our time, what know th one that ensures the right to a great education, so important, and the right in safety and in peace. i fully understand that african-american community has suffered from discrimination, and that there are many wrongs that must still be made right. it is my prayer that america of tomorrow -- and i mean that -- the america of tomorrow will be one of unity, togetherness, and peace. and perhaps we can headed word prosperi prosperity, okay?
prosperity. [ applause ] >> and joining us with reaction, david clarke, and the ceo for the national diversity coalition for trump, darrell scott. reverend scott, two things that stood out in my mind, when al gore would go before pred preinnocentpr predominantly black audiences, he would change his cadence and try to be a black preacher. i think that's so condescending, and i saw donald trump speak to people as he does, with a little bit of revrence to being a church. he says, pointing out what i've been pointing out, blark americans, p ditty said it even, they got shortchanged by obama's promises, and 58%, black americans now getting food
stamps, 20% increase, black americans out of the labor force. they've been dispurpoortly impa. >> donald trump is saying things that need to be said, but politicians don't like saying, because any disparities or disenfranchise, reflects negatively on the current administration. it's been eight years on the current administration and this is where it has gotten us. therefore i don't take offense to saying, where do we have to lose, we don't have anything else to lose. >> i thought this was probably one of the best speeches he gave. i like the way he delivered it and i like the wakt he was there. i like republicans fighting back this false, defamatory, narrative if you're a conservative, you don't care about minorities. i've always resented that false
acquisiti acquisition. >> this has been nothing short of splendid, it even surprised me and what i mean by that is i thought there was some lag time. black people just want to be talked to. what i got out of that whole speech -- i like the tone in which he talked to us, too. he doesn't talk like we're a bunch of inferences and up in this very way with hot sauce in her purse and eating watermelon -- >> am i allowed to laugh? >> he goes, and the glory of the lord -- >> i ain't feel no way tired. what are they doing when they do that? what the hello is that? >> the other thick i like, shawn, is he's right. we need a new involve rights
agenda, the 21st century for the democr democr democrats has been to mainstream criminals, mr. trump, i'm sorry, with all due respect, better schools for their kids, meaningful work, adequate housing cht t housing. the problem with the democrats is they can't live in the ghetto, but they can't say to black people, look around. they're going to have to spend a lot more resources than i anticipated going into the final second days. >> all right, guys, thank you bol both, good friends of mine. coming up, a very important question of the day, we need your help, straight ahead. ♪
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"hannity." as always, thank you for being with us. 62 days until election day as of tomorrow night. have a great night. kaine and pence: "on the record" with brit hume starts now. >> with 62 days until the election, the presidential race has clearly tightened. the real clear politics average of the latest polls shows hillary clinton with a 3.3 point lead. down from as much as 9 points less than a month ago. tonight the new cnn poll of likely voters shows donald trump with a slim 2 point lead over clinton in a four way race. that, of course is, within the margin of error. suggesting at least in this poll that the race is now a dead heat. good evening. i'm brit hume in washington. and i will be here through election day. my friend greta van susteren has left fox news and i will have more to say about that later in the hour. one other poll number of interest tonight, that cnn survey shows donal