what do you think? should trump go there on the hillary clinton/bill situation? go to facebook.com/kellyfile. have a great weekend. i'm megyn kelly and this is the kelly file. >> tonight the clinton's distorted past, we will be the very bright and clean future. >> donald trump continues to call out hillary clinton for her long history of corruption. newt gingrich is here. tonight you will meet three women who say it is a flatout lie. >> this is the greatest man i have ever met. >> oh, is the media dishonest. >> and the gop nominee continues to hammer the liberal mainstream media for biassed coverage. >> how dishonest are these people? >> governor mike huckabee and sheriff david clarke respond.
"hannity" starts right here, right now. welcome to special edition of "hannity" road to the white house. we are only 39 days away from the election and donald trump continues to hammer hillary clinton for her very long history of corruption and scandal. watch this. >> the american people have had it with years and decades of clinton corruption and scandal. corruption and scandal. and impeachment, remember that? impeach. they're tired of the lies, they're tired of the trivial politics, they're tired of being talked down to, looked down upon and treated like second class citizens, and they're phenomenal people. you are phenomenal people. the clintons are the sordid past. we will be the very bright and clean future. >> here now is former speaker of
the how, fox news contributor newt gingrich. 39 days to go. different feels from people, especially at relates to alicia machado issue. should trump go back to the main focus which is an economy that is -- has disgraceful numbers, foreign policy failure, corruption and scandal like he is just doing there and stay off of any of these side issues that hillary is trying to drag him into? >> you know, i've been
trying to think about his style. as you know, i'm very fond of him. i have worked very hard and i really think it is vital for the country that he win and that hillary clinton be defeated. i have concluded steve lawrence in golden rainbow on broad wak in '68 sang a key song, "i've got to be me." i think what trump has to understand is he either has to sing "i've got to be me" or learn a new song, "i've got to be president." they're not the same song. he has to become much more disciplined. for a while there i thought he had really turned a corner.
this last week i think has been, frankly, a lost week, a week which has hurt him, which has shaken his own supporters. you can't tweet at 3:00 in the morning, period. there's no excuse, ever, not if you're going to be president of the united states. so he's really got to decide, and i think it is very important to understand this, if he's got to be himself, then
he may well not win. if he's willing to grow into the role of president, then he may win. in fact, i think he will win. the bigger the issues, the more he talks about raising taxes versus cutting taxes, killing jobs versus creating jobs, defending america versus letting in thousands and thousands of syrian refugees. i mean the big issues, he's going to win in a landslide. but if he stays down in the mud, the clintons are the best mudders i have ever seen, and they would be perfectly happy to wage the next 39 days in the mud because they know how to survive
in mud. >> it is interesting to point out. as we've seen, you know, i guess it is frustrating though on a lot of levels because the clintons have, you know, all of the bimbo eruptions, smearic in, persecute christians and jews, the double standard is frustrating. watching as an observer i'm frustrated, but he's the candidate. that's maybe something i would say or you would say. >> right. >> as, you know, my case a talk show host and you as former speaker. >> yeah, i mean he has to present to the country for the next 39 days a methodical, strong, clear vision of a dramatic -- of making america great again, to use his own slogan. and he needs to spend a lot more time preparing for this next debate because he only had lester holt in the last round. when you get somebody who is as opposed to him as he's going to have when they do the town hall
meeting, anderson cooper is viscerally, deeply opposed to donald trump. i mean this will be basically at least three on one with the two moderators plus hillary. he's got to go into there having done what every professional athlete would do. look at the game film of the last game. figure out what you did wrong. figure out what you've got to improve. it can't be lackadaisical. he has to decide that saving america and making america great again is worth his sub oordinin himself to the difficult process of becoming president of the united states and that's different from being a candidate. >> in many ways he had done that, at least in the last six weeks leading up? >> absolutely. >> he would agree with that. he was going back to what he was doing. >> coming out of the debate i thought he was fine. i was on your show immediately afterwards. >> right. >> i thought strategically he was fine. the media was set up in a way you and i didn't appreciate,
this whole thing was an ambush, but the correct step he is sidestep the ambush, don't get stuck into it. all he had to say is, look, they want to make something out of a 20-year-old business decision, i want to create jobs. they want to talk about 20 years ago, i want to tell you how we're going to fix the economy. you build a litany, you learn you train -- i didn't get to be a good debater by randomly doing it. it takes training, thinking, learning your own mistakes, going, wow, i didn't know i did that. so i really hope that this is a wake-up call for him. quit tweeting without somebody looking over your shoulder. don't ever tweet late at night. and prepare to really study and get ready for serious debate because he's really -- this next debate will be very important for how people judge him and whether or not they think he's capable of being president. >> in other words will he make the adjustment. look, i think -- as far as i'm concerned hillary, she shot
every bullet in her attack against donald trump, and he left a lot on the table, especially about e-mails and servers and lying and dishonesty and benghazi and obama care and iraq and syria and isis and vetting refugees and immigration and a wall. there's a lot left here for him to bring up. >> look, if you're trying -- >> making that list would be important. i'm sorry. go ahead. >> no, no, you're doing great. it is your show. but i'm excited to say this. look, when you look at -- get the transcript of the last minute and a half of the debate where she goes on this huge detour to get this attack on trump. she is being a professional debater. she knows what her message is, she's going to get it across no matter what. the key to these things is if anderson cooper asks can you something stupid you say, gosh, that's a really interesting topic and it reminds me that i wanted to talk about how we're going to create jobs, anderson. i'm so glad you brought it up because, you know, creating jobs is roly important.
but you don't stick on, don't let him define what the debate is. you look at my best debates in 2011 and 2012, i consistently reframed the media and got to the topic i wanted to talk about, not the topic they wanted to talk about. >> i will say this, you are one of the better debaters out there by far and it led to a lot of success. you did win an important primary in south carolina as a result of some of the debates. you know, it is important. you know, for me this is so substantive and the differences are so profound. it is kind of sad on one level that if hillary can robotically m memorize lines written by others and deliver them because she's been in politics, as you pointed out the other night, 46 years, not 30 years, that somehow that's viewed as presidential. if somebody looks at that as superfluous and nonsensical in a way -- in other words we'll ignore the vetting of refugees issues which their differences are deep and profound, hillary
is willing to gamble with people's lives and trump is not. trump has listened to top intelligence officials, she has not. people would be more interested in style than the real substance, that's a little troubling to me anyway. >> remember, because you're conservative and you have been through this, i go all the way back to reagan and the early days of the reagan campaign for president. if she didn't have the elite media in the tank for her she would be down to 30%. i mean the only reason -- >> true. >> but that's a fact, it is not a problem. what you do about it is a problem. every conservative has to start in the morning and say i realize the "new york times" will oppose me, "the washington post" will oppose me, nbc, cbs, abc, they all will be against me. how do i design a campaign and go into a debate knowing that's the bias. it is like sailing and understand you have to learn to tack. you never go straight into the wind because you can't. you have to figure out, how am i going to maneuver around these
biasses and turn it back on her? if she didn't have the elite media, given what you just said, she would be losing by an enormous margin right now. >> really, really good advice. i hope people are listening. thanks, mr. speaker. appreciate it. coming up next on this special edition of "hannity." >> vote for mr. trump, give yourselves that sense of peace, give it to your children. he is the greatest man i have ever met. >> clinton campaign is trying to paint trump as sexist, but our next guest who knows him very well says that is 100% not true. wait until you hear this incredible story. plus donald trump continues to pound the campaign trail. he was in the great state of michigan, we will play highlights and speak with trump campaign manager kellyanne conway. that straight ahead. h more stra ahead. ♪
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live from america's news headquarters i'm robert gray. police in california releasing video of the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man. the video shows an officer firing four rounds at alfred alongo after he raised his hand and got into what is described as a shoot instance stance. the tape was made public after days of protest.
his family said suffered from mental illness and was holding an e-cigarette. hir kahn matthew packing a powerful punch. it is now a category five. forecasters say it is extremely damage russ bringing winds of more than 156 miles per hour. hurricane watch is in effect for jamaica while a tropical storm watch was issued for parts of haiti. it is unclear how matthew will affect the u.s. i'm robert gray. back to "hannity." >> this is the greatest man i have ever met. his heart is made of pure gold. he saved me in so many ways and changed my world. yes, he gave me a lot of gifts in my life, a gift of compassion and showing my son how to pay it forward. but above that, if this man becomes president of the united
states of america he is going to give me the best gift ever, and that is i'll know that when i leave this world i won't be here to watch my son grow, but i'll know that he is going to grow up in a country that is safe. >> welcome back to the special edition of "hannity." that was former miss wisconsin back in april giving a heart felt endorsement to donald trump as she fights for her life and while hillary clinton and her liberal cohorts are trying to paint donald trump as sexist. my next guest says that couldn't be further from the truth. joining us to explain former trump international vice president senada adzem is with us, former miss usa care ee prejean boweler and melissa young. you are still fighting for your life. i had the honor of meeting you myself. tell us the story about you and donald trump and your health. >> yes, sir. you're correct, i am fighting
for each and every day, and what happened was i stood on his stage when he owned the miss universe organization, i competed in the miss usa pageant in 2005. many years later i became ill and really in those darkest days of being sick in the hospital and i have never told him this personally, but that morning the priest had come and read me my last rites. that day an envelope was delivered to my room that said, must be delivered by 8:00 a.m. it was handwritten by mr. trump. when it was opened, it was a letter saying to the bravest woman i know, and he wanted me to keep fighting. in that moment it sparked something in me, that i realized like my purpose is to fight and i need to get up and fight, and he really sparked such a wonderful -- >> yes, you have an
eight-year-old little boy. >> yes, sir. >> your illness, your doctors say -- >> i do. >> you're fighting literally every day for your life. what is the prognosis that they're telling you? >> correct, there is no cure for me. my heart is now in the condition of a 90-year-old woman, and since the message is coming from my brain, the part of my brain that controls my autonomic nervous system, which is all of our automatic functions we don't think about like heart rate, blood pressure, those things, digestion, which explains the tube i have here, that part of my brain shut off like a light switch. there's no way to manipulate the brain to tell it to turn back on, so i cannot get a new heart because it will send the same message to a new heart. so i have a heart in the condition of a 90-year-old woman and i am -- i'm fighting each day. i just had a blood clot removed less than 48 hours ago from my chest, and i'm here today because until my last breath i
will use this voice to speak up to talk about who mr. trump really is. it is so important that this side of the story is told. >> let me go to you, carrie. >> he is the most wonderful man i have ever met. >> that's a pretty deep story. you're in our thoughts and prayers by the way, melissa. thank you for coming on. >> thank you so much, sean. thank you for having me. >> carrie, when you were under fire and you were under heavy fire, i remember you at one point told me there was only two people in your whole -- in your universe that stood up for you as the world turned against you and one was donald trump. >> uh-huh. yeah, it is good to be with you, sean. thank you so much for having me on. i just think melissa's story, i mean she is such a woman of courage. she truly is amazing and her bravery is so inspiring. thank you, melissa. >> wow. >> to answer your question, sean, yeah. >> thank you, carrie. >> donald trump was one of the only people that stood up for me
and defended me, and i am so tired of the nonsense and the attacks against him. i mean they are so desperate, sean, that they are going to go at all lengths to try to destroy this man. this is a smear campaign to try and distract people from the real issues, and donald trump -- this is the type of man that he is. listen to melissa, listen to her story, and listen to my story. he defended me. he stood up for me. he took every single one of my phone calls. he did not have to do that. this is a businessman running multiple businesses. he took every single one of my personal -- >> he actually defended alicia machado, by the way. >> exactly. >> beyond the quote, he said it is a very tough position. >> right. >> we were talking about beauty contests here, too. >> right. let's put it into context here, sean. let's not forget this is a beauty contest. it is a contest -- >> amen. >> -- that hypes up, you know, how women look and, you know, part of it is walking on stage in a bikini and god forbid some
women might need to shed a few pounds and some women might need to gain a few pounds. >> my doctor called me fat a couple of years ago and i started working out and lost weight. that's what he did. >> it is sad we are talking about this. >> in 20 years, sean, you should come forward and say something about that. >> yeah, exactly. i should -- i'm going to yell at my doctor, call him out on national tv. senada, you're in a different position because you work for donald trump and you worked on his biggest projects, you were vice president, and you hear these attacks. what do you say to people because you know him? >> well, first and foremost i want to say to people to listen to amazing women like melissa, and i can relate. >> thank you. >> i have faheard it many times. she is not just a beautiful woman inside and out, but such an inspiring woman. based on my experience, i worked at trump international from 2003 until 2007, i can tell you that
he's a very tough businessman but he's very fair. he gave women the same opportunity that he gave to men, and you had to prove yourself. you had to work really, really hard. >> and, carrie, when you compare how how hillary and her husband treat women and the media doesn't cover it and i'm going to crucify jennifer flowers and monica lewinsky and narcissistic looney tune, that is never coughed by the media. >> right. >> and then the allegation also of paula jones and others. >> right, and she spent over $100,000 bullying these women who didn't deserve it. if she is such an advocate of women and their rights and supporting women, why was she tearing these women down? she should have been building them up and believing their story like she says we all should. >> guys, i want to thank all for sharing your stories because it is something the media won't do,
and that's give another side of the story. melissa, you especially, and all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. >> thank you. >> we wish you the best every day. >> thank you so much. >> and the best to your son also. thank you. coming up, highlights from donald trump's rally earlier tonight in michigan. his campaign manager kellyanne conway will join us next. plus first lady michelle obama has been to rally hillary clinton supporters, but what does she really think about her? special edition of "hannity."
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house, and it is going to be an awfully good november race, that evening is going to be a celebration. it is time, by the way, to rebuild detroit. we're going to rebuild detroit. it is time to rebuild michigan, and we're not letting them take your jobs out of michigan any longer. and it is time to rebuild the united states of america. we're going to do it. our country is going to be greater than ever before. we're going to be the smart country again. the people of this country are tired of the lies. they're tired of trivial politics. they're tired of being talked down to, looked down upon and treated like second class
citizens. this will finally be the year that the american people say enough is enough. >> and a brand-new national fox news poll just released today shows in a four-way matchup clinton and trump are now neck in neck. there's a three point difference within the margin of error. joining us with reaction is trump campaign manager kellyanne conway. good to see you. >> hi, sean. >> one of the things newt said i thought was smart, enlightening, bright guy, is i understand mr. trump's frustration with an abusively biassed media. they're never going to tell the story of the smearing, slandering, besmirching, bimbo eruptions and all of these issues, there always will be a double standard. what he was suggesting is mr. trump subordinate to the largee issues, here are the differences on saying radical islam, on
refugees, on building a wall, energy independence, on repealing obama care. what do you think? >> i agree completely. look, hillary clinton cannot run on her record. she has this con undrem where she could be held be held accountable for what is an unremarkable record in the nate senate, three bills passed with her name on it, i know she passed other ones but look at the information. she has a checkered record as secretary of state and she doesn't have the benefit of incumbency. if you make a contrast between your views and yours, you hold her to account on women, sean, how many thousands of women has donald trump employed over his career? they've been compensated, respected, they've elevated throughout the ranks of the trump corporation, many of them. they occupy some of the highest level in his corporation. >> we just had some of the women on that either worked for him or he treated so nicely, and it is a very different story. what the clintons will spin and
the media will spin. >> that's right. sean, as everyone knows, watch what i do, not what i say when it comes to how you treat people. the point is that he has been very good to women throughout his life as a non-politician. secondly, the clinton foundation takes money from all of these countries where women and girls are not treated with respect, they don't have basic rights. millions of dollars have gone into the clinton foundation. i think the frustration is all of the incomplete coverage. we don't hear anything about the five people who have taken immunity as connected with the fbi investigation, e-mail scandal. cheryl mills took immunity and acted as her attorney in the state investigation. there's a great deal of frustration about what is covered. i agree, you take the case, you take the issues set to hillary clinton and you win. that's also why she didn't really talk about issues the other night when she got the microphone. she got through the five or six point checklist of things she wanted to make sure she was going to say. she is there to talk about
issues and she's yelling squirrel and making a big deal of it afterwards. >> yes. i do think this is what the election, at the end of the day i think people are going to look at, okay, the economy is not good, 12 million more americans on food stamp, 8 million more in poverty, the worst recovery since the '40s, lowest homeownership rate in 51 years, lower labor participation rate since the '70s. that is huge. if you look at her record in benghazi, syria, iraq, afghanistan, the russian reset, supporting the muslim brotherhood in egypt, china's territorial ambitions and new korea's nuclear ambitions, nothing has gotten better or been solved. i think it was a good point donald trump made at the debate, 30 years, all talk, no action, what have you done. >> that's right. he did say that. >> that's not what she wants the talk about. the media wants to stay focused on the former miss whatever that threatened to kill the judge, that lady. >> sean, look, when donald trump did say in the debate, a very strong moment for him and
something that won't change between now and november 8th, who represents the past, who represents the future, who represents change in washington in a disruptive outsider way with business persons and who represents more of the same. so if you are one of the 70% of american hotwho tell pollsters want to take the country in a new direction, your choice is clear. if you listen to the pundits about monday night, hillary clinton should be at 82% and 110% among women. she is not. she is still well below 50 in fox news poll. why? because people know her. their minds about her representing the status quo and having this very checkered and underwhelming record that they know that doesn't change over the course of a 90- minute debate. the other thing that struck me in the fox news poll are the attributes and positions on who can handle the issues better. these two voters are tied whereas in past presidential contests there was more of a
gulf between the democratic and republican candidate in terms of how you trust more on those issues, and most of those in the poll are within the margin of error or close to it. it is a real contest. we have a lot of days to go. she practices for moments. donald trump is out on the stump every day. today in michigan people standing in the pouring rain for hours to get into his rally, and then he talked about her globalist policies and the fact that he's got a very patriotic message to, quote, make american safe and prosperous and great again. it will come down to that in the end. >> i agree with that wholeheartedly. kellyanne, i know you're working hard. thank you for taking time to be with us. michelle obama has been hitting the campaign trail for hillary clinton in recent days, but you might remember this. >> in my view is that if you can't run your own house, you certainly can't run the white house. can't do it. >> ouch. back in 2007. well, a all right of people including myself thought, that was michelle obama taking a shot
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watch everything we do and the person we elect as president has the power to shape their lives for years to come. hillary has spent her entire
career bringing folks together on behalf of our kids because she believes that every child deserves a chance to succeed. hillary will be a president our kids can look up to, a president who believes in our kids and will fight for them every day. that's why i believe
in her. >> now, has michelle obama always thought this highly of hillary clinton? remember when the now first lady said this back in 2007. >> one of the things, the important aspects of this race is role modelling what good families should look like. in my view is that if you can't run your own house, you certainly can't run the white house. can't do it. all right. joining us with reaction former clinton pollster, foxes new contributor and author of "putin's master plan," doug schoen, and kimberly guilfoyle. i think it is fair to say you
can't be in the height houwhite you can't keep your own house. which should we believe? >> the irony. the hillary clinton who conducted her own war on women. >> bimbo eruptions. >> treating women that way. also you see it is somebody people are supposed to look up to and admire, this is one who would put the white house, the oval for sale as they did the clinton foundation with influence peddling and getting involved with state sponsors of sharia and terrorism, that commit acts of violence against guys, women, minorities. why is this somebody to be admired, revered, that should be in the white house? michelle obama didn't think so before. >> doug, on first glance i know as a political strategist you probably say, stay focused on the issues, first thing. >> absolutely. >> but here is a problem for the clintons. every time they think they're scoring on the issue like of women it boomerangs back because now juanita broderick and
kathleen jones and paula jones, we bring up saudi arabia and the mistreatment of women. >> i was one of bill clinton's closest advisers in 1998 during the lewinsky scandal. all that happened was his approval ratings went steadily up because people focused on his leadership in the economy. >> did it surprise you? >> it didn't surprise me because people care about their lives. if donald trump wants to run against alicia machado and not hillary clinton, i can tell you whatever your feelings about the secretary of state, she will be our next president. i can say for those who want donald trump to be president, talk about the economy, talk about corruption. >> change. >> and change, most of all, and get off of this stuff because it doesn't help donald trump. >> isn't it the type of thing that people like i would bring up as a talk show host or kimberly who gives her opinions
every day. >> sure. >> isn't it more what we would do to bring context to people rather than a candidate? >> absolutely. what you and kim brl talk about -- zbl about -- a >> and you talk about. >> on an opinion show. >> they keep writing i'm a journalist and i keep telling them, i am a talk host. >> but you are also a strategist who understands no matter what her vulnerabilities may be, if there's an election to be won, you win it by talking about the issues people care about. >> agreed. okay. so he pivots back, you agree with that? >> yeah. i mean, look, i think he is so strong on the economy, on jobs and creating infrastructure, bringing -- restoring safety in communities, on national security. there's so many things you can hit hillary on, and the polling shows she is very weak kneed when it comes to e-mail scandal, that's something he can definitely hit her on. i wouldn't get distracted by these other issues. i get it. he doesn't let anyone land a punch, he wants to counter
punch, but now be surgical, be strategic. you have what you want. >> and let his team surrogates and talk show hosts with strong opinions like us, doug, we can give opinions on that. that would inform. i believe there's an entire generation who do not know juanita broderick's story, paula jones story, exposing himself, grabbing, kissing against will, an allegation of assault, and the smearing that took place afterwards. >> my best advice is that the trump campaign should talk to millennials about the weak economy of barack obama and not get into these extraneous issues which really don't concern how people are going to vote. >> all right. >> excellent advice. she doesn't have a strong economy to fall back on. >> she doesn't. she doesn't. >> good to see you both. >> thank you. >> appreciate you being here. coming up next on the special edition of "hannity." >> oh, is the media dishonest. how dishonest are these people.
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. welcome back to the special edition of "hannity," road to the white house. this week many liberals in the mainstream media have been trashing donald trump, and in return trump fires back. >> oh, is the media dishonest. how dishonest are these people? unbelievable. not all, not all, but a big, big fat percentage. our campaign is taking on big business and big media and big donors. we're taking them on for you. the failed politicians and the arrogant media don't want me to talk about the crime and the violence that's happening in this country. we're trying to disrupt the collusion between the wealthy donors, the large corporations and the media executives who are among the most honest people anywhere that i have met. >> joining us with reaction, former 2016 republican presidential candidate, former
governor of arkansas mike huckabee as well as milwaukee sheriff david clarke. governor, you dealt with a corrupt media. sheriff, you've dealt with a corrupt media. i've dealt with it my whole life also. it is all true, but as newt said earlier in the program you have to factor that in. it is just a reality that is never going to change. right, governor? >> well, that's exactly right, sean. i mean you wake up every day and the first thing you have to do when you look in the mirror is to say, the media will never be my friend. donald trump has to understand they're never going to be for him, they're always going to be against him, but it doesn't hurt him with the people because most people don't have any faith in the media. they have the lowest approval rating that they've ever had in history, and people don't trust the media anymore than they trust hillary. let trump focus on those two facts. what he said in that little clip you played, that was exactly how to handle it. tie the media to the same frustrations that people have about the way this system is rigged. that's how he overcomes it.
don't dignify them, don't give them place by giving too much attention to them because they don't deserve that kind of attention from him. >> you know, sheriff, look at the death and destruction in obama's home city of chicago. you know, there is something really radically wrong that a president will talk about cambridge, trayvon, ferguson and baltimore but ignore 3,000 shot this year, nearly 4,000 killed since he's been president in his own hometown, and nobody in america knows their names. isn't that a media that only goes with the president's narrative, ignoring real death and destruction, not telling the true story? >> sure. they're covering for him, you know, pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. look, the liberal mainstream media is dwindling into irrelevant relevancy, sean, and you know that. donald trump understands this is a dragon that has to be slayed. the liberal mainstream media, these rags realize that this is their last stand to have any influence over the american public as it relates to
presidential politics. donald trump, it is a thing of beauty, continues to play the -- or employ a strategy of mo' hamm add ali rope-a-dope. the media is pounding away, throwing everything, and every once in a while donald trump looks up, smiles and says, is halla got. at some point it will be november 8th, the american public will fire back and finish them off. donald trump will win the election, and the liberal mainstream now that and i'm telling you they're scared. >> governor, that comes to strategy for donald trump. there are deep, profound differences that will have a dramatic impact on this country based on who gets elected. everything from the supreme court to vetting refugees, to protecting our borders to eliminating obama care to balancing a budget to lowering taxes, you know, to energy independence, to education. these are profound, deep differences.
to what extent does donald trump have to balance that agenda and point out the distinct change he is offering versus dealing with falsehoods and attacks? >> well, i think he's got to focus on the differences that he and hillary clinton bring. look, one of the things a president does that's most powerful is employ people and appoint people. who will hillary appoint to epa? what will they do to the fossil fuel industry? what will they do to the cost of a tank of gasoline and the cost of heating oil or the cost of natural gas? that's going to be a huge difference. who is going to be a champion for people getting manufacturing jobs back that pay decent wages? who is going to protect the home of our country against people coming in who are not vetted? who is really going to enforce our immigration laws? those are the things that donald trump is so clearly -- >> as long as he is getting the message out and comparing and
contrasting what the future will look like under her and under him, that's key? >> i think it is absolutely the key. if he just continues to pound away at that, look, it is very obvious there's a difference between hillary clinton having used government as her own atm to take cash out, doing favors for foreign governments who in turn gave money to the clinton foundation. corruption is rampant. but in addition to the dishonesty she brings to this, it is the philosophical bent she comes with that would be devastating to this country and to the deplorable and irredeemable people she has no respect for. >> you're deplorable, we're all in the basket of deplorables. sheriff, you're in the basket with us. >> yeah, look, donald trump has created a great vision for america. you know, make american great again. every american can see that, they can envision that. he is talking about defeating radical islamic terror, talking about reducing crime and violence in all-american cities,
for all-americans, but particularly in the american ghetto and talking about kickstarting this economy to put people back to work again. those are things that affect us here at ground level. i know the beltway, the bubble in the beltway, those people are disconnected, the congress, the washington politicians, the media elite, they're all disconnect. we down here at ground level, we know what we want, and it is donald trump's vision for america. >> all right. thank you both for being with us. when we come back we have a very important question of the day as this special edition of "hannity" continues. straight ahead. guess what guys, i switched to sprint.
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all right. time for our question of the day. as we continue on this special edition of "hannity," should hillary clinton apologize to her husband's accusers? why? for the way she treated them and her surrogates treated them. oh, and i'll crucify gennifer flowers and james carvel, drag a dollar through a trailer park and of course all of the other