so a word on bill clinton's alleged love so a1999 and now roger steis there was no dna test but he says a lot of things. see you tomorrow. welcome to "hannity." tonight hillary clinton's campaign viciously attacking you, the american people. yesterday on meet the press clinton's campaign manager took aim at trump supporters once again. watch this. >> i think a lot of the people that stand by donald trump are deplorable. and the things that they say are deplorable. >> in newly released audio released in february, hillary clinton slamming person any sanders' supporters. wow. she's going after everybody. >> it's a deep desire to believe you know we can have free
college, free health care. what we've done hasn't gone far enough and we just need to go as far as you know scandinavia, whatever that means. half of the people don't know what it means, but it's something that they deeply feel. some are new to politics completely. they're children of the great recession and they are living in their parents' basement. they feel that they got their education and the jobs that are available to them are not at all what they envisioned for themselves. and they don't see much of a future. if you're feeling that you're confined to, you know, being a barista or, you know, some other job that doesn't pay a lot and doesn't have much of a ladder of opportunity attached to it, then the idea that maybe, just maybe you could be part of a political revolution is pretty appealing. >> joining us now with reaction, director for bernie sanders tez la figaro is here and judge
jeanine pirro. i never would have voted for bernie sanders because she's a socialist. but bernie seems genuine to me. bernie seems real. he believes everything that he says. you listen to hillary behind closed doors, living in mommy and daddy's basement. children of the great recession. either she's trashing a bernie sanders' supporter or she's making an admission that barack obama's economy has been horrible and he hasn't fixed the economy in eight years as a president. which one do you think it is? >> i never thought i would vote for bernie sanders either. i supported them because she was saying at time that she was against the establishment. i have news for hillary clinton and everybody that supports her. i did not grow up in mommy's basement in oklahoma. the only time i was in the basement is when i was runnikla. i went to dallas with no car, no job, became a business owner
with 300 pay employees. no one has given me everything, never looked for anything for free, never got anything out of this country that i didn't earn. for her to say that we grew up in mommy's basement? what type of basement did chelsea clinton grow up in. >> i was washing dishes, 12, cook at 13, waisting tables, bussing tables, i did it all, construction for ten years. what's amazing for that, we're either deplorable or we live in mommy and daddy's basement. or she talks about implicit bias. we'll get to that later in the program. so everybody is being trashed by her in some way. >> she's trashing tens of millions of americans and what she's saying is we're not america because we don't agree with her politics. and in the end whose politics does she agree with, the refugees who she's bring in that want to live by a different law
where they stone women to death, throw gays out of buildings. and she calls the women that we's at war with -- >> narcicisstic looney tunes. >> what she's saying is from my perch up here all of you are deplorable. you're basement dwellers. you're this were that. >> they doubled down on deplorable which is kind of deplorable. not to have a play on words. no pun intended there, charles. >> the thing here is hillary clinton believes in one thing and that is getting elected. nothing disturbs her more than people who actually believe in something. when she goes after the deplorables and the basement dwellers, she's going after these people because they actually believed in person any sanders. they believe in something. it's so interesting to me. her husband, bill clinton was a mast politician. he's never seen --
>> he was warm. everybody who meets him says you look him in the eye and you think you're the only person in the world. >> she's the opposite. people are a problem that need to be solved. that's how she approaches politics and that's why she's in appealing to not only republicans an independents but also democrats. >> tezlyn, let me go back to you. here's the bottom line for me. let's say she didn't mean to trash bernie supporters that live in the basement. then that's certainly an indictment against the last eight years of obama. we have 8 million more americans on poverty, 95 million americans out of the labor force and the worst recovery since the '40s with en'doubled the debt. you're in the basement because obama screwed it up. she says she's going to double down on 0 bam that and adopt the same policies. what's the definition of sin
stanty? >> who's to say what she's going to do. two weeks ago she said free college is attainable. now we're listening to a tape saying it's not going to be attainable. >> keeping our doctors, keeping our plans, saving $2500 a year, rates have gone up for the average family. is that what she means? that's another lie. >> when he says we're believing in false promises, the only thing false about the election is the fraud policy that she continue to switch every other time. bill clinton said people who believed in obama believed in a fantasy. this is a typical strategy they use. if you don't believe in what i say, you believe in tinkerbell. if you don't believe what i say, you're too dumb to figure it out. this generation has figured it out and the only unfortunate thing for her is they'll be staying in the basement sitting it out. >> right now she's trying to get
bernie's supporters. right now bernie's supporters are on the fence. most of them are still angry because she and the dnc opted to make sure that bernie sanders didn't get the nomination. and now she's criticizing bernie sanders. she's dug a hole with sanders' supporters. >> do you think this is going to um pact the election? >> absolutely. if they stay home it will definitely impact the election. >> bernie sanders' people stay home, donald trump is the president. >> he's going to win. >> they're not on the fence. they decided to go ahead and stay, move toward the promised line. the only person who jumped the fence was senator sanders who folded like a napkin. now he's out there every awkward moment to be out there pushing for the same people he said not to believe in. >> she canceled two events in iowa and wisconsin with sanders because of the conflict. >> i think so too. bernie and i years ago had a
fight. you know what, he believes this crap. hillary says i'll give you the free college. there's in way we could possibly in a million years pay for it. it's going to be exactly like obamaca obamacare, keep your doctor, wrong. good to see you all. got to break. highlights from donald trump's rally just earlier in colorado. trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway will join us. brand-now ground tonight "the new york times" best seller detailing new scandals that could rock clinton's came pain. he'll join us with doug schoen and more tonight on "hannity." driving is a skill.
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we can't. and crooked hillary will be worse. she'll be worse. so get those ballots in. we can't beat anybody right now. we don't beat isis. can you imagine general george potton. he's right now spinning in his grave. with you imagine general douglas mcarthur. one thing they wouldn't do, they wouldn't go on television to announce that very soon we're going after mosul. did you see that? they announced we're going after mosul. why do you have to talk? you do it. you do it. then you have the leaders of isis, a lot in mosul say we're getting out of here right now. we'll go through the whole thing. death and destruction and it won't with the success it should be. they've got to keep their mouths shut and get it done.
>> and joining us now with the latest on the trump campaign and a preview of what we can expect at tomorrow night's vice presidential debate, donald trump's campaign manager, kellyanne conway. how are you? >> hi, sean. >> give aus preview of -- what are the differences between how donald trump prepares for debates and say what mike pence is doing, because i've not heard a peep about it? >> i worked with mike pence for a number of years as his pollster and senior adviser. he's been doing mock debates with scott walker and preparing with the senior staff. you're going to see a feisty mike pence and hold hillary clinton accountable for her failed policies. and also the united states senator talk about an unremarkable record. and if she wants to continue forward with the obama issues,
hold her to what he feels about obamacare. you add those millions of people to the tens of millions she said were deplorable and irredeemable and you're getting up to a quarter or 30% of the country that she doesn't like. i hope he'll take time to talk about his remarkable record as governor of indiana. he cut the unemployment rate in half. gave a 5% across the board tax cut to employers and individuals. he has an unbelievable record on manufacturing jobs. he came up with an inveigh tiff free market plan in response to obamacare. and he's a great guy. he's trusted by people. he's 12 years in congress and ten years on the foreign relations committee. as governor of indiana he's cut the unemployment rate. tim kaine, it went up when he was governor of virginia. >> at the end of the day, to me this election is about big issues. and i know during debates, hillary doesn't want to talk
about -- she eeds rather talk about birtherism and what donald trump said 25 years ago. you know, to me it's about, okay, we're going to cut taxes or raise taxes. are we going to fire minerance put coal out of business. a president who can say ra radical islam or can't, build a wall, don't build a wall, education, fixing the va. i can't think of one issue they agree on, meaning trump and hillary. >> at the fundamental level this election is about what it's always been about. the past versus the future, change versus status quo. between tim kaine and hillary clinton, you're talking about
decades and decades of being in the government, being on the government payroll getting a really nice health care that most americans can't access and pension to boot. this election is between a successful businessman and a typical politician. you're talking about innovative new policies to bring to washington where he owes nobody in washington anything versus a woman who is representing failed policies. the choice cannot be more clear. and that's why despite all of the hand wringing, you look at the new cnn poll out today and hillary clinton still can't get to 50%. they're still within the margins of error. and clinton 44, trump 42. she's at 53% among women. do you know how hard she's tried to say that donald trump takes the wings off of butterflies for women. she's 53% for women and she's running as the first female
president. something is not working and holding people back. >> so a week from yesterday, this coming sunday they will have their second debate. >> yes. >> and it was interesting going into the first debate because a lot of people wanted to see is donald trump going to hold his fire. now that hillary has come out with both barrels and she doesn't want to talk about the economy or protecting the homeland, but all she wants to do is make this election about donald trump. donald trump left a lot on the table, the e-mail server, lying about benghazi, abandoning troops out in the field, the $6 billion she lost in the -- as secretary of state, horrible foreign policy problems. are we going to see more of that, do you think, in the next debate? >> you will. and remember this is a town hall format where many of those questions will come from the audience. it's a great format for donald trump whoever single day as you just showed in your clip is out there on the stump enganling
with the people. he gets oxygen from the people. it's a great format for him. there are so many issues in hillary clinton's failed policies. just today her president trying to help. her on the stump was talking about the failings of obamacare. so i think donald trump, he'll be able to get all of that out in a town hall format. you're right. donald trump got zero credit from the naysayers and his detractors on how gracious he was. >> they thought he was going to come out guns a blazin' making crazy comments about hillary but that didn't happen. you can't win for losing. i wouldn't want your job, i don't care what you're being paid. it's not enough. >> i appreciate that, sean. i want to say this about the
debates. i think we're missing the things that donald trump did say successfully. he got out that she's been there for 30 years, what the heck has changed. why would we entrust her as a change maker when 70% of americans want the country to go in a new and different direction. what credentials her to make that change. he talked about her failures on trade. he talked about the fact that she and her boss, president obama, created a vacuum for isis. but the put the hillary clinton problems out there, i think you're going to see a lot of that next sunday. we're excited for mike pence tomorrow and donald trump next sunday. when we come back, author ed cline, number one "the new york times" best seller, a brand-new book about the clintons. how far will they go to cover up their transgressions. he joins us next. over the weekend the liberal "the new york times" released an article about trump's taxes. what about the clintons.
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didn't tell kline that. >> you have background as a reporter. >> i was the editor in chief of "the new york times" magazine. >> what happened to you. you became normal. that's what they always do. they release a statement, they trash you, trash the book, in line with the rest of his work is this fiction. that's what they do but that's what they've done to all of these women. and you talk about he's not changed. you're talking about internings at the clinton library in arkansas getting foot massages. >> 20-some-year-old interns, giving him foot massages in his penthouse apartment in little rock. you know, i mean, you can't make this stuff. i've interviewed this women who did it. >> you did? >> yes. and they're proud of it. >> you did mention that.
>> touching the president is very thrilling is what they say. >> what is your take on this in. >> my take is the more discussion there is of the clinton's personal life, the better it is for their election campaign. >> i know you said that to me before but why do you believe it? >> the issues in this country work to the advantage of donald trump. the more that the dialogue is about hillary or bill clinton, the more trump doubles down, the more he doesn't talk about the economy, he doesn't talk about the big issue of the day which is the absolute failure in syria and the failure of obamacare. >> one of the big issues you deal with in the book has to do with with hillary's health and it's far worse than what we know. for example -- you confirm that she has arrhythmia. >> arrhythmia. >> and a bad valve? >> she has a heart valve problem. the doctors wanted to replace the valve and she didn't do it.
>> that could result in death. >> she's got clotting problems. >> she's on lifetime coumadin. but wait a minute. if she has a bad valve, any good doctor is going to say you've got to replace it. >> they did and she said no because she was worried if she had it would leak out that she had a surgery and that would somehow undercut her presidential race. >> in the book you talk about her going and having privacy within a new york hospital, they sneak her in the back. >> they do that for a checkup, yes. >> here's the thing. when donald trump mimics her falling down and trivializes in a certain sense the serious issues that are getting raised, all that happens is we lose focus on change, corruption and the need for a new direction which are his issues and his themes. >> you know, look, i think his work is important especially because he's reporting and giving his sources.
anyone in the left media is going the hate him and try to discredit im. your last book was top of the "the new york times." >> ed's selling books. donald trump is -- >> trying to be president. >> different goals, different responsibilities. >> i agree with you. i think it's got to be substance. she'll raise your taxes, i'll cut your taxes. obamacare will be repealed or you keep it, you going to become energy independent or not, secure the border or not. such deep and profound differences. >> sean, if you just take those lines, transport them to donald trump and he says them for the next 35 days, that's just -- >> she'll do this, i'll do that. >> that's better than anything donald trump has done on the campaign trail in the last ten days. >> tell him to talk about the worst recovery since the '40s, 12 million americans on food stamps with, million more in
poverty. >> donald trump, steve bannon and kellyanne conway are watching this segment. they would memorize what you've said. >> nobody listens to me. you know that, right? >> we all listen to you. >> do you agree from a political sense doug is right? i actually think he's right. >> i think he's right to a point. but the fact that she's so corrupt. >> that's important. >> and everyone understands that she's corrupt. and that is not a small matter -- >> where is the narrative. >> she attacks him in the next debate. >> she's attacked him today. >> but in the next debate when they're side by side. let's say she brings up the taxes or tax returns or what he said 20 years ago about a woman. i just turn to her and say, hillary, i know you want to go down in the gutter and talk about those things because you don't want to remind the american people you left four brave americans hanging out to dry in benghazi.
if i'm president i wouldn't do that. >> and we heard nothing like that in the first debate. >> that's called a pivot. >> nothing since there, no pivot. doubles down on machado, attacks bill and hillary. >> that was dumb. >> it's all been a mistake and someone ought to say to donald trump you're blowing the election. >> khan, machado, done. >> out. >> what do you think? >> i think he's right. but she's a very vulnerable candidate and i think she needs to continue, in addition to what doug is saying, remind everyone this is corrupt. because the american people -- >> i they think they know she's corrupt. he powell licies are bad. >> what will we have if she's in the white house? more scandals and corruption. >> you're right. >> you'll have a less good quality of life. that is the key issue. >> change and corruption.
>> correct. coming up, the liberal "the new york times" trying to smear donald trump over his taxes but we've actually done the media's job. wait until you hear what the clintons and the left wink "the new york times" have done to avoid paying their taxes. >> we can acknowledge that implicit bias till exists. not just in police departments but throughout our country without vilifying police officers. >> and over the weekend hillary clinton addresses a predominantly african-american church in north carolina. we'll get reaction from sheriff we'll get reaction from sheriff davidyou both have a perfect driving record. perfect. no tickets. no accidents. that is until one of you clips a food truck, ruining your perfect record. yeah. now you would think your insurance company would cut you some slack, right? no. your insurance rates go through the roof... your perfect record
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endorsing hillary clinton for president may have violated federal law by publishing what appears to be pages from trump's 1995 tax returns that show business losses. now the times then took the attack further by speculating without any proof whatsoever that because of these losses well trump may have avoided paying federal income taxes for nearly 18 years. now in response to the times, the trump campaign quickly fired back in a statement stating quote mr. trump is a highly skilled businessman who has a fiduciary responsibility to his family and employees to pay no more tax than is legally required. that being said mr. trump has paid hundreds of millions of dollars in property taxes, sales, excise taxes, state taxes, employee taxes and federal taxes along with very substantial charitable contributions. mr. trump is the only one who knows how to fix it. now while the "the new york
times" attack on trump, that's not surprising. the blatant liberal hypocrisy is at issue here. the sometimes is trying to paint trump without any proof as someone as a tax dodger. they failed to tell you that according to forbes, they didn't pay federal taxes in 2014 and predictly hillary clinton has gone after trump in the story while ignoring her own attempts to lower the tax bull. the clintons who support the debt tax, well they took steps to avoid paying what they normally owe under proposals that they champion. according to the washington post the clintons have gone to extremes to save even a few bucks on their taxes including writing off bill clint's donated used underwear in 1993. big question is whether or not it was boxers, tighty whities. the clintons were willing to take a handout from donor to cover the massive legal bills
from the lawsuits during their time in the white house. and according to the washington post, clinton's allies raised $4.5 million to cover the expenses. here with reaction, author of "wake up america" our friend eric bowling and national finance member and cohost of wall street week, anthony scare mu chi. the clintons used every tax deduction. in 2015 they claimed a loss. >> the real issue is that it's part of the state. the mainstream media is now an organized member of the state prosecu. a coordinated attack. >> it's illegal. they wouldn't publish the global warming pages that came out. so -- >> you know why the clintons are having such a hard time dealing with this because they've never
had a business risk, never had a business loss, never had to take risk in business to try and make a profit. they just simply have lived off of the taxpayer's money or looifd off of the donations of people trying to buy influence. henry ford went bankrupt two times and become a multi-multibillionai multi-multibillionaire. warren buffet is a liberal hero. i did a little home work and found out that he lost $817 million in a company. now let me ask you something. do you think warren buffet has said, you know what, i think the country needs this, i'm going to let -- i'm going to eat this loss, let you keep the rest of the money and i'm not going to declare a tax reductideduction forward. more than likely he's using is same tax code that donald trump used. >> they made a big assumption here -- they used the tax code
at the "the new york times" but the net loss carried forward would have been in 1995 and forward. >> oliver wendall holmes, famous cases saying you don't have to pay any more than what's allowable in the irs code. that's all mr. trump has done. >> otherwise he would be in a jail. >> it's a free entire prize system. >> hillary's contacts at the justice department and the fbi, maybe bill can meet loretta lynch on a plane and they can get off of trump's back in terms of audits. she said how could one guy lose a billion dollars. trump personally guaranteed the loans in question here. here's what's interesting. as secretary of state, the state department misplaced 6 billion according to an inspector general report and it sid that it created a significant
financial risk for the country that they can't manage their money this way. $6 billion. the only difference is it's not her money. >> it's never her money. >> tax code, 74,600 pages long. the bottom line is he did nothing illegal. he used the tax code the way anyone, any american -- >> the way the clintons have. it's also the way the clintons and the "the new york times" has. >> and warren buffet and anyone else in the business. the reason why they can't understand how someone could lose $915 million is because they've never taken risks before. >> there is a back story to this. i talked to larry cud low and he talked about a lot of the losses were created because of government regulation where secondary investors, their benefit -- in other words they changed the law in terms of
secondary investor es ability to write off losses and as a result they all pulled their money out which caused a lot of what happened in atlantic city. >> again. and mr. trump has said that consiste consistently. the regulations a the the time hurt the casino business. and that was actually a smart business move by him to remove himself from atlantic city. halloween i'm going as a tax shamer. >> what likely happened in order to lose that kind of money in one year, what likely happened is he was losing money in the years prior, he rolled them forward, which means he showed profits from the years prior and paid tax on the dollars that were profit, which could have been losses taken over a course of time. finally at some point he says i'm done, i'm pushing all of my chips in. i have a $916 million loss. this year i'm taking it now and then you work off your future income. >> i got to roll. >> this impacts the election, sean? >> i don't think so, no.
>> you think it impacts the election. >> no one will be talking about this in five days. coming up next right here on "hannity". >> we can acknowledge that implicit bias still exists, not just in police departments but throughout our country. without vilifying police officers. >> that was hillary clinton speaking before a predominantly african-american church in north carolina over the weekend. sheriff david clark and larry elder they'll weigh in as we elder they'll weigh in as we cont
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welcome back to "hannity." over the weekend hillary clinton spoke to at a predominantly african-american church yesterday in north carolina. let's watch this. >> i'm a grandmother and like every grandmother i worry about the safety and security of my grandchildren. but my worries are not the same as black grandmothers. we can acknowledge that implicit bias still exists, not just in police departments but throughout our country without vilifying police officers. we can call for reforms to policing while still appreciating the many courageous
and admirable officers out there who are doing their jobs with honor and integrity. they say that all of our problems would be solved simply by more law and order. as if the systemic racism playi plaguing our country doesn't exist. >> here sheriff david clark and larry elder. first, larry, it's deplorables then it's bernie sanders' supporters living in momdy's basement enthen we have this inherent bias in the country. now everybody is officially trashed by hillary clinton. she has implicit bias. her mentor was a former clans m man. so maybe she's just talking about herself and projecting. >> my objection, sean, is to expression she uses systemic racism. what the hell does that mean? obama has been in charge of the
government for eight year. we've had back to back black attorney generals. why haven't they fixed it. if she's talking about the large number kids killed by other black kids, let's talk about that. 50% of homicides are black on black. most young people and in the inner city. it is because of the policies of the left that it destroys families and made young black men not law abiding. that is what we'll be talking about. i said this before. obama said a kid raised by a dad is 25 more likely to go to jail. why are we talking about the what the left wing has done. >> and saying they want to generate passion and want people to vote. what have we done to help the
black community? 20% increase blacks out of the labor force, black homeownership, down. 55% of black teenagers can't find a summer job. if i didn't have a summer job, i'd be getting in trouble. >> 50 years of lying are what the black people in america have been told under democrat rule in the american ghetto. it's been challenged by people within the field of social science, in other words their peers are saying that test is not credible and not reliable. maybe she's a racist. i'm not. the only racism i see on display from the democrat party that keeps black families shackled to the new plantation. the cotton field has been replaced by the american ghetto where black people cannot find meaningful work, their kids shackled to failing public schools, they live in neighborhoods that are crime ridden, murder, violence up by
under the first black president. i told black people over and over again, free themselves from the democrat party. quick the democrat party. shop your vote around. donald trump made an offer, better schools, more jobs. safer neighborhoods. make people earn your vote. if nothing else, if you don't want to vote for donald j trump, take a knee on the presidential race but stay on the rez yil race. >> taking a kaepernick. >> will we see a shift in voting patterns in the black community because of the decade after decade of failure? >> i certainly hope so. obama has not delivered on the economy. we have had two recent studies. one by harvard economist and another by researchers at washington state that show, get
this, cops are more reluctant to pull the trigger against a black suspect. so the premise black lives matter is flat out not true. police shootings against blacks are down 75% according to the cdc. it is rare for a black person to be killed by a cop. what is not rare is for a young black person to be killed by another black person. the number one preventible cause of death for young black people is murder. for whites, car accidents. that is what is going on here. >> every four years, every two years, there it is. same thing. democrats play the race card. >> they've been hood winking the voters 50 years. mrs. bill clinton cannot point to one thing that improved after 50 years voting monolithically to democrats. black people need to look around. inadequate housing, gang and
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