like this. he is so excited to be here! i think we should wrap early and give it to sean. he has a theory, he is going to bring it to you. you have to wait five seconds, four, three, two. and take it away. ♪ i do have a theory. we will get to that, megyn. thank you. this is a fox news alert. by the way, megyn, get home to the kids. they deserve to see their mom. 11 days until the election of hillary clinton, now the democrat nominee of president is running, now under investigation again by the fbi. the bureau announcing earlier today that it is now reopening the case in the clinton's private e-mail server. at this moment donald trump is holding a rally in cedar rapids, iowa. if he talks again about her legal issues, we'll dip into his remarks. plus, in a few moments former new city mayor rudy guilliani, former prosecutor, will be here with us as well as former house speaker new gingrich. first on this busy news night, ed henry standing by in
washington with the latest on this new investigation which was reopened. ed, a all right is coming into play. did she understand in terms of was c classified when there's no a, band d. why did bill clinton meet with loretta lynch. then the issue of why was there collusion with the justice department, the state department and the white house, and wikileaks has revealed a lot as well. what have you got? >> reporter: they have. sean, a big development tonight is also a question hanging over the fbi as to how thorough their original investigation was, because an fbi source tells me tonight that they are focused on thousands and thousands of e-mails sent and received by huma abedin, obviously hillary clinton's top aide and married to anthony weiner. it was only because the fbi was separately investigating anthony weiner over sexting that they were able to find, wait a second, there's thousands more e-mails here involving huma abedin. now, were they sent to hillary clinton? were they sent to others in the clinton campaign?
they're digging through all of that. was it classified information or not? digging through that as well. but why did they not find this in the first round of the fbi investigation? it adds to the list of questions, including why cheryl mills, of course, another senior clinton adviser, was given legal immunity. the fbi director james comey said at the time it was because he wanted to get to her laptop. we later learned that that laptop was destroyed. tonight hillary clinton at a campaign stop in iowa suggested she may be more nervous about this than expected because she held a news conference, something she rarely does. she issued a challenge to the fbi director saying, basically, put up or shut up, put more information out, let the public, you know, be transparent and put more information out. what is interesting about that is it is just 24 hours after the wikileaks dump yesterday showed that even hillary clinton's top aides, robby mook and john podesta back in march of 2015 when the e-mail scandal broke in the pages of the "new york times" did not know the full depth of the e-mail controversy.
they were e-mailing in real-time saying, did you know it was this extensive. robby mook said, no, we did a self-vetting of the e-mail and we were told all had been taken care of. the bottom line is hillary clinton tonight is calling for transparency from the fbi 24 hours after we learned from wikileaks she kept her own top aides in the dark about the extent of this e-mail scandal. this is a dramatic development tonight, sean. >> let me tell you a part of what my theory is. i'm not sure i necessarily believe that this is related necessarily to huma abedin and anthony weiner, and i will tell you why. i think the fbi, especially james comey, under him -- i know special agents, they have been furious with his earlier statements on this particular case. they feel the standard has been met, the 51%, the preupon drans of evidence to go forward in this case and that he should not have made the definitive statement he originally made. let me put up on the screen what wikileaks revealed specific to
the clintons server. for example, co-chair of the transition team said the private e-mail server was fing insane, her own team saying this. an aide wrote, there's no good answer on the server scandal. podesta called clinton's e-mail scandal a hot mess. podesta's daughter thought clinton's, you know, comment to you, wipe it like with a cloth, ed, was kind of scary. it goes on. president obama -- now, this goes right to the white house. president obama, who said that he heard about it from news reports, he knew about clinton's e-mail server and private account because he was e-mailing her on it. we know the campaign actually discussed withholding president obama's e-mails back and forth with hillary because of, quote, executive privilege or were they really obstructing justice. that's a question ha needs to be answered. the co-chair of the transition team said, well, they wanted to get away with it on the server scandal. cheryl mills wrote, we need to clean this up after obama lied to the american people saying he learned about it in the press. the campaign discussed making a
joke about the e-mail server scandal. the campaign said the president's remarks about the server don't make sense. the campaign colluded, we learned this from wikileaks, with both the department of justice and the state department over the release statements and aides discussed strategies to turn over clinton's e-mail server to the doj. we got the other questions we got, why was bill clinton meeting with loretta lynch on a tarmac? why did hillary clinton say she can't remember 39 times. why did she not know the c, this is basically classification, when there's no a, b, d, why didn't she know cmeant classified? there is much more here, and i suspect it is a lot deeper than just huma and anthony weiner. >> and what did huma abedin tell the fbi when he they interviewed her? they interviewed her in phase one of this investigation. if she said she turned overall e-mails and now there are thousands more, some of them could be duplicates we should
caution, but if there are any new ones, especially new ones with classified information, she is on record in a deposition with the fbi saying, i've turned everything over. and now maybe there's more. obviously there could be exposure for hillary clinton as well. let's not forget she also was questioned at her home here in washington by the fbi a couple of months back. and so there's exposure at the highest levels of the campaign tonight, and that's why they're under such intense pressure. >> i have so many other questions. is the fbi examining the truthfulness now of hillary clinton? she only had a three-and-a-half interview with them. but angelina jolie deserved a four hour interview with the fbi. in light of the new evidence, could she possibly have lied to the fbi. by the way there's a guy by the name of dennis hastert who went to jam for that very issue. thank you, ed. >> great to see you. tonight my question is, is anyone in america surprised this has happened? if you have been following the facts like we have on this
program you should not be. start from the beginning of the scandal. hillary clinton has changed her story and purposely avoided telling the truth. let's take a look. >> the laws and regulations in effect when i was secretary of state allowed me to use my e-mail for work. that is undisputed. >> it clearly wasn't the best choice, and i take responsibility for that decision. i thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal e-mails instead of two. >> iphones or android? >> iphone. >> okay. in full disclosure -- >> blackberry. >> -- and a blackberry. i have, you know, an ipad , a mini ipad , an iphone and a blackberry. >> i believe i have met all of my responsibilities and the server will remain private. >> in order to be as cooperative
as possible, we have turned over the server. they can do whatever they want to with the server. >> i am confident that i never sent nor received any information that was classified at the time it was sent and received. >> so that leads 100 out of 30,000 e-mails that director comey testified contained classified information. >> i did not receive anything that was marked as classified. >> director comey said that only three out of 30,000 had anything resembling classified markers. >> did you wipe the server? >> what, like with a cloth or something? >> no. >> we turned over everything that was work-related, every single thing. >> a lot not true. in the process of changing her story, clinton claimed she did nothing wrong when it comes to mishandling of classified information. well, let's go back to july. the fbi director comey, well, this is what he said about
it. >> from the group of 30,000 e-mails returned to the state
department in 2014, 110 e-mails in 52 e-mail chains have been determined by the owning agency to contain classified information at the time they were sent or received.
eight of those chains contained information that was top secret at the time they were sent. 36 of those chains contained secret information at the time, and eight contained confidential information at the time. that's the lowest level of classification. although we did not find clear evidence that secretary clinton or her colleagues intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified information, there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information. all right. now, before james comey made his recommendation not to bring about charges against hillary clinton back in june, bill clinton met with president obama's attorney general, loretta lynch.
that was on the airport tarmac, and bill clinton allegedly boarded lynch's plane. he was on that plane for over 30 minutes, but lynch claims, well, they're merely talking about grandchildren and travel. how appropriate is that? and just this week we also learned
from a report in the "wall street journal" that a super pack for a major clinton ally, virginia cover, terry mcauliffe, donated more than half a million dollars to the state senate campaign of the wife of andrew mccabe. guess what? he's the fbi director that oversaw the investigation into clinton's e-mail server. by the way, hillary raised money for that pack. also thanks to wikileaks we know that the president exchanged e-mails with hillary, meaning he knew she wasn't using a government account. he lied to all of you have. another released e-mail showed clinton's own staff wasoncernedd done. neer tandem is the cochairman of the transition team, while she
said to set up the clinton serve of was bleeping insane. that's not all. despite comey not recommending bringing charges against hillary clinton when he testified before congress in july comey admitted that clinton was not telling the truth about her e-mails. you have may remember this exchange. >> secretary clinton said there was nothing marked classified on her e-mails, either sent or received. was that true? >> that's not true. there were a small number of portion markings on i think three of the documents. >> secretary clinton said i did not e-mail any classified material to anyone on my e-mail. there is no classified material. was that true? >> no, there was classified material e-mailed. >> secretary clinton said she used just one device. was that true? >> she used multiple devices during the four years of her term as secretary of state. >> secretary clinton said all work-related e-mails were returned to the state demt. was that true? >> no, we found work-related e-mails, thousands that were not returned.
>> secretary clinton said her lawyers read every one of the e-mails and were overly inclusive. did her lawyers read the e-mail content individually? >> no. >> all right. there's also the fact that can't be ignored in all of this, three weeks after the benghazi select committee sent clinton a subpoena in 2015 requesting that she turn overall e-mails related to the terror attack, an employee at the company that ran her server used bleach bit. they acid washed her server in an effort to permanently erase her server. joining us now, following from the get-go is former new york city mayor and prosecutor rudy guilliani. where do you want to begin? because you just heard james comey admit that the standard in this case, which is negligent or grossly negligent -- you don't even have to be negligent. >> negligent and grossly
negligent is extremely careless. so jim comey didn't choose those words idly. those are the legal definition of what it means to be grossly negligent. so when he said that, he essentially said there was evidence to prove that she violated that statute. also, the four or five times when he was answering trey gouty's questions in which he pointed out she lied to the fbi -- >> isn't that a crime? every single one. that's what martha stewart went to jail for. he quoted five specific lies. >> five specific lies, and thousands of e-mails were found when she said there were no work-related e-mails. >> if i did it, i would be in jail? >> yeah, i would be visiting you now somewhere. >> would you bring me a cake with a file? >> i would visit you, sean. it is one of the -- it is one of
the great works that jesus asked us to do during the beatitudes, visit people in prison. >> that's true. they're saying this after it broke today that comey made his remarks, it is related to huma abedin and anthony weiner and e-mail also. >> it is related to the fact they did a completely irresponsible investigation of this case. if you read the 3.02 of her interview, it is absurd. the fbi agent doing that 3.02 didn't follow up on anything. you mentioned the c, he didn't follow up on that. he didn't ask questions was there an a or b or d. she also said she didn't remember her exit interview because she had a concussion and lost her memory. there were no questions following that, which you would expect from an agent conducting an investigation. >> she said she didn't remember being briefed about security,
cyber security. >> but no questions about how long did you lose your memory? where is the documentation for it? let's look at the medical records. in other words she was questioned as follows. did you commit the murder? no. thank you and they walked out. >> i don't know if it was technically immunity or proffer arrangement, very limited in scope, but we know there's a letter that was given -- we don't know if one was given to huma abedin. we know in the process evidence was destroyed in this case by the fbi as part of a deal. >> a tremendous amount of evidence was destroyed by the fbi, by the people working for her. they used extraordinary methods only criminals use to destroy e-mails, acid bleach. they used hammers to destroy 13 -- >> she only used one -- >> 13. >> she did it for convenience, but she had -- i thought it was 14. are you sure? my recollection is 14. >> i remember 13, but let's say
14. >> but they busted it with a hammer. they took acid to wash it clean. >> sean, how can they all be missing? they're all gone. it is hard to get rid of 14 or 13 cellphones. >> i have a friend of mine who is a special agent in the fbi. i had a long conversation with him. he said every fellow agent is disgusted with the way james comey handled it, and here is what we also discovered. the guy, andrew mccabe, who was promoted fbi deputy director who supervised this particular investigation, that governor terry mcauliffe, one of the closest allies -- >> also the guy selling the lincoln bedroom a decade and a half ago. >> through his pack common good which hillary raised money for contributed -- again, this is a total now up to $675,000 to her long-shot congressional bid.
most congressional bids don't spend $675,000. that's one donation. how could he possibly investigate with a conflict of interest like that? >> well, i get two stories out of the fbi, okay. one story is this came from the weiner sext tapes and it is about huma abedin and did she send classified information to weiner. if she did, by the way, it would be a clear-out crime. let's see if she is prosecuted. >> let me put up on the screen as you talk, by the way. you have identified 16 -- yeah, about a year ago. >> yeah. >> this is what we've been showing you. these are the specific things you said back in the day ought to be investigated. these are real felonies, real crime, people have really gone to jail for all of these statutes. >> yes. well, i mean the reality is that the report that comey gave to us before he came to the conclusion that she shouldn't be prosecuted was a report that any prosecutor would have taken and taken
before a grand jury, probably gotten an indictment. and the evidence of intent if overwhelming, the best evidence of intent are two things. false exculpatory statements. well, she made at least a dozen of those, and you just showed them. the second best evidence of intent is destruction of evidence. well, they were destroying evidence all over the place. >> that's the intent to commit a crime. bleach bit is intent to commit a crime. >> that's how i proved intent in the hundreds of cases i prosecuted. >> and the reality is that the first fbi investigation was a sham. you don't interview somebody on a saturday and put out a complete report on a tuesday unless the report was written before you interviewed her. >> mr. mayor, let me ask you very specific as we keep the laws up there, you have 18 usc 1924, unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents. comey admits she did it. >> she did it. >> that's a crime. >> absolutely. >> gathering, transmitting or
losing defense information. 18 usc 793. >> did that too. >> by the way, imprisonment ten years and/or $250,000 fine. concealment, removal, mutilation generally. >> mutilation, bleach mute yags? that's mutilation, right. >> destruction, alteration, falsification of records in federal investigations. >> well, she did that too, and then i put a couple extra in including interfering in an irs investigation in which she called -- went to geneva to try to stop the irs from getting the ubs secret identities of individuals. >> let me put up on the wikileaks -- >> straight out violation of another 18 us -- and a quid pro quo for the three or $4 million they got from ubs. >> let me put up on the screen the wikileaks revelations specific to the clinton server. they knew, knew from the beginning. here is my theory.
i think they used huma abedin and anthony weiner as an opportunity because the fbi, the justice department, the state department and the white house are scared to death because all of them colluded individually with the clinton campaign and gave them all a heads up, and they all protected the president who was e-mailing on that very server and lied to the american people. true or false? >> looks that way. it looks that way. i mean it looks like you have a massive conspiracy here, and this is almost now a truism, right? the cover up is worse than the crime. >> worse than watergate -- >> although in this case the crime was pretty bad, exposing national security information to countries we know could take it from us. for that you shouldn't be allowed to get off. >> a lot more to come. reaction from former speaker of the house newt gingrich to this breaking new. that and more on this busy news night straight ahead. ♪
. they are reopening the case into her criminal and illegal conduct that threatens the security of the united states of america. >> donald trump earlier tonight, moments after the fbi announced that it is now reopening the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail server. joining us now the author of the best selling book "treason," former speaker of the house, fox news contributor, newt gingrich. i know you're in woodstock, georgia, with a big crowd like you've had all around the country. let me get your thoughts on this. do you believe wikileaks contributed to this, although it is not being reported? >> let me start with what has
happened that is extraordinary. because it puts director comey in an impossible position. he supposedly this summer had completed an investigation, and i agree with mayor guilliani, done so badly that he's now reopening it 11 days before a presidential election. i mean this is really amazingly bad for the federal bureau of investigations, which has historically been a very methodical, very professional organization. so it raises 100 different questions, but here is the key thing to remember. in 1972 richard nixon carried 49 states. he got 60.7% of the vote, the highest number, higher than reagan in '84, highest number since world war ii. a year and a half later he was out of office. the american people are about to have a candidate who is clearly going to be under criminal
investigation for the entire first and second year of her presidency if she could even survive it, because what wikileaks has really done is it has -- >> as you say, there's -- >> -- put the foundation in jeopardy -- >> i don't want to interrupt you. as you talk about wikileaks, we'll put you on half of the screen, keep your beautiful face up, and on the other half of the screen wikileaks revelations specific to the server. i'm sorry. >> no, i love hanging out with you because you say you don't want to interrupt me as you interrupt me. >> i'm sorry, i'm sorry. >> but here is the core point, and andy mcargty, who was the prosecutor for the 1993 world trade center bombings and is one of the leading experts on terrorism in america, he has a column coming out in the morning where he points out it is a classic example of rico, which is the statute for going after organized crime. he walks you through in his column in the morning every
single standard by which the fbi decides whether or not they're dealing with a conspiracy to commit organized crime, and by every single standard that you would apply to the mafia or the mention cal drug cartel or any other group, the clinton family business is, in fact, a corporation engaged in organized crime. they violated the law by misusing the office of secretary of state. they have violated the law by trading on -- to get money in ways that were totally violative of being a nonprofit. i suspect the irs will be forced to revoke their entire nonprofit status, which will mean all of their donors have to pay taxes on what they thought was a tax deductible contribution. >> look at the russian uranium deal for one, all of the people that made money. look at the haitian deal, the mor morroco deal. look at ap pointing out 55% of individuals that had access to
then secretary of state hillary clinton are all donors or all peoples that pledged. you pay money, you get -- they had the separate list after the haiti earthquake, friends of bill, clinton foundation donors so they could cash in on the contracts from the money that they raised to help the people, some that they can then kick more money back to the clinton foundation. i mean this is outrageous. >> you go back and -- well, you go back and look at how many people, rudy guilliani put in jail when he was the u.s. attorney in new york city, and you ask rudy if he could prepare this case with the full power of the federal government, how confident would he be that he would get multiple convictions? i think he'll tell you that he would go to any jury in the country. >> he said i would be in jail. >> and it would be virtually impossible. >> yeah, before you came on he said i would be in jail. i won't play it again, but look at what trey -- let's go back to fbi director comey, and he gives
a 15-minute statement. for 13 of the 15 minutes i'm sitting there like everybody else saying, oh, my word, if you will, he's going to pull the trigger. and then he backs off at the last minute. then he gets grilled by trey gowty, and he gets him to admit in fact she lied when she said she never sent or received classified information on her private e-mail, he got her to say that what she said was not true. gowty asked if there was nothing marked classified on her e-mails, was that true when she said that. comey's words, that's not true, and a series of six other things. so how -- >> and anybody who destroyed government information by using bleach bit, which is an expensive, sophisticated design in order to block anybody, even the fbi or the national security agency, from being able to figure out what was on the computer, that is on the face of it a crime in a situation where
they have taken information from the u.s. government and they have now destroyed it. now, just by clearly a crime. you cannot make any reasonable argument that hillary clinton and bill clinton are not engaged in a series of crimes which for anybody else would blow up, and of course what has now happened -- and you asked me what i think, you know. the truth is, as you pointed out, i just have a new novel out. if i were a novelist and i tried to write -- >> no one would believe it. >> -- and the case was almost stopped and then anthony weiner's seks problems with a 15-year-old in north carolina get the fbi to look at anthony weiner's material, and they discover in looking at his material that his wife, huma abedin, has thousands and thousands of -- >> i'm not sure i believe it. >> i do. i believe they were on mingled on the computer. >> but i thinks there's a
wikileaks component and i believe james comey realized it was going to be the single most embarrassing scandal not only in the history of fbi but electoral politics and he used the opportunity to reopen it to save face because he probably realizes what wikileaks has is devastating to his decision making. right or wrong? >> i think that's right, and i think all of us should join john podesta in demanding that the fbi release everything by monday. i mean why shouldn't the american people see all of these e-mail also? >> every one, every one, absolutely. >> i mean hillary has assured us none of them involve secrets. >> right. >> let's take her at her word. they should release every single e-mail by monday. >> i want to get to the other issue with tr railway mcauliffe and money raised by hillary and the pack that went to andrew mccabe's wife who was running for congress and he's the guy running the investigation. we'll have more with newt gingrich after the break.
accusing the fbi director of only sending the letter to republicans. another clinton lie. as it turned out, the letter was sent to both republican and democratic leaders in congress. the fbi would never have reopened this case at this time unless it were a most egregious criminal offense. >> donald trump reacting today's big breaking news. some october surprise, i guess. but the fbi now reopening its probe into hillary clinton's private e-mail server. it is not the only problem for the democratic nominee this week. on monday we learned that obamacare premiums will be sky rocketing next year by double dig ilts in every state. and wikileaks continue to release damning e-mails allegedly from the inbox of clinton's campaign chairman john podesta. with 11 days to go in the race, how bad will it hurt clinton at the polls. back with us, former speaker of the house newt gingrich. i think there's a lot to absorb
here. i have been telling you this for a couple of weeks, especially as relates to wikileaks. we keep putting up on the screen and giving you only half of the screen. you deserve the whole screen, but to show the public all we are discovering nobody else is reporting on. let me go to one specific issue here, and that is andrew mccabe promoted to fbi deputy director, supervised the investigation into this clinton e-mail server scandal. not long after governor terry mcauliffe, colossal lie, clinton friend, governor of the virginia commonwealth. he had a pack, contributed according to reports as much as up to $675,000 for a long-shot congressional seat of mr. mccabe's wife jill. it is also reported that hillary raised money for the pack. it is almost like hillary is giving her the money. this is the wife of the fbi
deputy director that's investigating this. there's something -- that in and of itself -- >> well, look -- >> go ahead. >> you have john podesta, you have john podesta going to dinner -- we still don't have the full list -- with various justice department figures. as you pointed out in the last segment, you have bill clinton meeting in a private secret meeting with the attorney general on an airplane in arizona the week his wife is supposed to be interrogated. mccain mccabe at a minimum should have recused himself from anything that had to do with hillary clinton. i mean you can't quite decide whether washington is just now so decayed that people have lost all sense of right and wrong and all sense of how to do things properly or whether, in fact, it is straight out corruption. i mean you really don't know which is going on in some of these cases. but it is clear when you add all of the pieces together that any
realistic, honest assessment is that there's a cesspool of corruption, that it involves lots of people getting lots of money. remember, you look at the amount of money raytheon made out of several of the lobbyists who raised lots of money for hillary and hillary intervened as secretary of state to help them get billions of dollars in contracts. you look at the amount of money involved in the russian uranium deal. we are talking about the stuff of novels and movies except it is real, and i think that as it keeps coming out -- and i agree with you, by the way. i think wikileaks will in a maybe a year or two years somebody will finally piece it all together and make sense of it. it is such an enormous volume of insight into the sickness and the corruption of the clinton system that to really piece it all together would take more time than we have between now and the election. >> let me play hillary clinton's ever changing story on the issue of her server because i think it
is profound. you will listen to her contradict herself left and right. remember, she had 14 devices -- 13? 13 devices, judge jeanine is next to me here. let me play the ever changing story. >> the laws and regulations in effect when i was secretary of state allowed me to use my e-mail for work. that is undisputed. >> it clearly wasn't the best choice, and i take responsibility for that decision. >> i thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal e-mails instead of two. >> iphone or android? >> iphone. okay. in full disclosure -- >> blackberry? >> -- and a blackberry. i have, you know, an ipad , a mini ipad , an iphone and a blackberry. >> i believe i have met all of my responsibilities and the
server will remain private. >> in order to be as cooperative as possible, we have turned over the server. they can do whatever they want to with the server. >> i am confident that i never sent nor received any information that was classified at the time it was sent and received. >> so that leaves 100 out of 30,000 e-mails that director comey testified contained classified information. >> i did not receive anything that was marked as classified. >> director comey said that only three out of 30,000 had anything resembling classified markers. >> did you wipe the server? >> what, like with a cloth or something? >> no. >> we turned over everything that was work-related, every single thing. >> no, you bleach bit -- you acid washed it, number one. let's add a couple of other things, mr. speaker, in light of all of those contradictions, the many -- >> look, can i just stop you for
one second? >> yeah. >> what is really striking, because i'm sitting here in woodstock listening to -- i'm really focused on what i'm hearing. it is not just that she lies. she lies with an arrogance and a certainty that the greatest actors on broadway would admire. i mean when you listen to the tone of her voice, you know she's lying but she is lying with such arrogance and she is driving it so hard, and it doesn't matter what she is saying. she has this same tone even as she is saying a lie about the lie she told earlier, which was the lie she started with. i mean it is an astonishing personal trait. >> remember bill sapphire, worked for the "new york times," called her a congenital liar and there was such outrage. think of other things here, and i've got to go, but the quid pro quo now takes on a whole new meaning, not understanding the c classification when there's no a, no b, no d, x, y and z.
bill clinton meeting with loretta lynch on the plane takes on new meaning. the collusion wikileaks described between the campaign and the justice department, the campaign and the state department and the white house and talking about destroying evidence, because, whoops, barack obama lied and got caught and they've got to clean it up. this is so deep -- >> i know you -- >> yeah. >> i just, i know we're about to run out of time and i told you folks i want to bring four young people out here for a specific reason. come out, you guys. these are folks, just good georgians. i want everybody watching tonight to understand, this is about them. you have to get closer. this is about them. >> get closer. >> they're going to grow up in a country. >> give uncle newt a hug. >> he is saying give uncle newt a hug, ignore him. my point, sean, and you have kids and you understand this. >> i do. >> we forget, this is about whether our children and our
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♪ i have great respect for the fbi for righting this wrong. the american people fully understand her corruption, and we hope all, all justice will finally be served. >> donald trump campaigning -- i was talking to doug schoen earlier today in maine where he praised the fbi for reopening its criminal investigation into hillary clinton after new e-mails were discovered during the bureau's sexting
investigation they say into huma abedin's husband anthony weiner. joining us jay sec slow, fox news contributor, doug schoen, judge jeanine pirro. judge, you have a lot to say on this. >> oh. >> why are you laughing? >> well, i'll tell you. i can't believe for one minute, sean, that this is about something they found in the investigation of this pedophile "hannity's" husband. i think there's more. because for jim comey to come out 11 days before an election -- >> it has to be big. >> it has to be big. big in the sense they could arrest her, indict her, send her to jail. they already had that. the fbi has already destroyed evidence. they're given everyone immunity. they basically said, oh, forget about it, it is no big deal. they had her by the short hairs and let her go. why now?
>> because wikileaks -- a reporter in london reported julian assange would release e-mails that could prove to get enough evidence to get her arrested. wikileaks is watching. they called and told us, no, that was from sometime ago and that's not true. so i apologize. i want to make sure we get everything right. jay sekulow from the legal side, you and i have discussed at length in detail the crimes we know were committed here. >> yeah. >> we were both shocked at what james comey did. why is he reopening it? is it in part because of wikileaks and are they not telling us -- are they using the huma abedin weiner e-mails that is an opportunity to obama fuss indicate, they've been shown up by wikileaks and maybe they fear they will be embarrassed further? >> i said in the beginning the investigation by the fbi into the e-mail scandal was a fake investigation. whether it was wikileaks, which
it could be or information from huma abedin, ask yourself this question. how did the fbi not ask for and demand huma abedin's personal e-mail accounts as well as her devices. >> why did they agree to destroy evidence of other people? who destroys evidence in a case? >> by the way, that's called obstruction of justice if anybody else did it. sean, here is what needs to happen. tonight a grand jury needs to be impanelled, number one. number two, a special prosecutor needs to be appointed immediately. number three, james comey, loretta lynch and deputy of the director of the fbi mccabe need to not be involved in this process. a lot of people are praising james chemmy because he opened it up. let's cut the nonsense. the whole thing is ridiculous. i will tell you something and you know this, i have been critical where i thought donald trump was off point and off message, but this goes beyond the politics. this goes to the heart of our constitutional republic and you don't do this in the united states. if they reopened it, whether it
is wikileaks, whether it is huma abedin, it has to be really significant. i think 11 days out, even though the fbi director says we're just looking at it, for them to do it it has to be big. >> she's been under criminal investigation by the fbi for the bulk of the campaign and had a steady lead. it is 11 days out -- >> whoa, she may get elected. but if crimes are committed maybe before she gets into office, she's going to be indicted, maybe while she is in office, she's going to be indicted. does barack obama give her a pardon as he leaves office? >> he can. >> he could, sure. could she give herself a pardon? >> all of that could happen. >> really? is that what you want? >> i want her elected. >> is that what you want for your country. >> i want her elected. >> wait a minute. >> don't waste your time. she is not going to get elected. >> yes, she is. >> because the independents right now will say, i have clinton fatigue, i am so sick and tired of all of these scandals with the clintons. wherever they go there's dirt.
they are a cesspool of corruptibles. >> let me point out some basic things. let me ask you this. trey gowdy got james comey to admit crimes before his committee. >> but it didn't affect the polls, sean. >> but we have collusion, wikileaks revealed between the campaign and hillary, the justice department, the state department. >> it is all there. >> and the white house, and the president lied too. >> that's why i say, sean, there's more to this. the fbi. >> it is not going to come out in 11 days. >> you know, they're saying, you know what, you don't do this, we're going to revolt. it is a case that demands a grand jury. >> you're not getting a grand jury. >> jay. >> yeah, i think we're on the precipice of a constitutional crisis if a grand jury is not impanelled and it is not handled correctly within our judicial system. >> i agree with you. >> we are in the constitutional crisis, period. >> what did you think, jay, of comey -- remember, we watched comey, 13 of the 15 minutes i was saying, oh, my, he's going
to pull the trigger, go forward with a recommendation to the justice department to indict her. he pulls back at the end. >> yeah. >> then he gets nailed by trey gowdy in committee, and trey gowdy gets him to admit, yeah, she committed a number of crimes and lied a number of times. now we find out even more about this, and then we have terry mcauliffe gets money from hillary, raises for her pack, gives to the guy in charge of her investigation. this is not a banana republic, jay. we are a constitutional republic. >> right. >> the rule of law should matter. there shouldn't be two sets of law for everybody watching the show and hillary clinton. >> right. >> and that's what it seems to be. >> yeah, so -- so ben franklin familiar umsly said it is a constitutional republic, mad oom, if you can keep it, when he was asked what kind of government we have. i think the question the american public is asking themselves the night is are we going to be a constitutional republic, because at the end of the day what james comey did by reopening, which some are praising on the right --
>> he did it to save his own reputation. >> we need full disclosure. >> this is about comey standing up and saying, i'm here as champion of justice. it is about him saying -- >> is it because wikileaks was going to expose -- >> yes. >> -- the fraud? >> she has to -- >> and the fbi -- >> owes it to us to explain. >> why not have a special prosecutor. >> i would be against it now. >> why? >> until he explains what he is doing. >> he can't. he's in the middle of a criminal investigation. >> so does the -- >> look at the fbi. >> and bill clinton needs to stop getting on -- >> no, a special prosecutor to look at the behavior of the fbi. it is outrageous. >> programming note, judge jeanine, saturday night, 9:00 p.m., justice with judge jeanine. don't miss it. coming up on "look! famous people!"
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maybe an fbi witness? will hillary promise not to pardon top aides at clinton foundation? will hillary clinton agree in the event she is indicted she will resign if she won? we'll see you monday. this is a fox news alert. a presidential campaign for the ages has taken an even more bizarre turn than anyone could have predicted. the fbi now says it will review e-mails that appear to be pertinent to its investigation into the hillary clinton e-mail scandal. this comes just 11 days before election day. those new e-mails, thousands of them we're told, appear to result from the sexting investigation of disgraced former democratic congressman anthony wiener married to huma abedin. as you can imagine, this has turned the political universe on its head. it has