>> sean: welcome to "hannity" and this is a fox news alert. our opening monologue is coming up the next segment. tonight, a senior north korean official is warming that thermonuclear work may be breaking out with the united states at any moment. this comes as the trump administration hardens its position against the rogue regime. in just a few minutes, newt gingrich and lou dobbs will join us. here was a preview of her exclusive interview with the president where she asks him about north korea. but first over the weekend, the north korean military parading through the streets of the country's capital in honor of the birthday of the founder of this rogue nation and they unsuccessfully attempted to launch yet another missile. the very latest from pyongyang is greg palkot. >> tensions grow over the band nuclear missile program of this country.er vice president pence south of
where we are, below the dmz of south korea is talking tough. part of a foreign nation asian tour to deal with the belligerency they say coming from north korea. he says he wants united states to achieve security through peaceful means, negotiations, sanctions, getting china involved. he said all options remain on the table for president trump. >> north korea would do well not to test his resolve. or the strengths of the armed forces of the united states in this region. >> here at north korea, officials talking about the massive military parade we watched also over the weekend.er was in charge, and they are still refusing to mention that there was a missile launch over the weekend and in fact that it had failed. they're now saying some 60 missiles were rolled out in that display, ten types of missiles including possibly some prototypes of a continental ballistic missile. meanwhile, one last chance to
look around pyongyang, and it is becoming more bustling, more modern. analysts tell us that this is a part of the kim jong-un strategy to stay in control to survive in, to get some economic gainsus to the public while the same time keeping political repression in check. internal crackdowns as well and the nukes and the missiles. officials here have been reacting to the increasingly tough talk coming from the trump administration with increasing agitation. right now, they don't seem to be ready to back down. pyongyang north korea, greg palkot, fox news. >> sean: joining us now with more on how the united states military is responding to the north korean threat, she got the pentagon tonight. >> the pentagon announced that defense secretary mattis has ordered a nuclear posture review to begin today that will last for about eight months.
mattis leaves for a weeklong trip to the middle east that will include stops in saudi arabia, israel, egypt, and the horn of africa. fox news has learned from well-placed defense sources the type of medium-range missiless that north korea tried to test this weekend with a new kind of scud known as a k ends atsi scud known as a kn-17, a single stage liquid fuel missile. officials here are not commenting when asked if u.s. cyber command had any role in causing the lunch to fail. it's notable that 88% of the intermediate range lucid on missiles that north korea hadin tried to test since a year ago have blown up within seconds of launch. 5 out of 6 launches have failed. the most noteworthy addition to this year's parade ine pyongyang where these two long canisters that appeared for the first time and experts say are typically used for long-range missiles. it is important to remember that north korea has neverem successfully tested a missile capable of reaching the u.s. and a lot of what was on display could be mockups or fakes.bl in fact, we found a piece in tha
fox news archives from when i was a correspondent in moscow 19 years ago about how those missiles the soviets paraded through red square during the cold war were fake. >> recent interviews with the engineers who worked on his rockets reveal most of thet nuclear warheads paraded across red square and the 1960s were fakes. dummies designed to fool the p americans, to give the impression the soviet union was winning the cold war arms race. >> it was only imitation. >> alexander says the phony rockets were tied to their parade trucks so that they would not blow away when the wind whipped across red square. >> so we really don't know what kim jong-un really has in hisy arsenal despite the show of mite at that parade on saturday. >> sean: i'm not sure if anybody would want to take that gamble. a great report as always. thanks for being with us. with the very latest from the white house tonight is our own john roberts.
>> good evening to you. white house taking a definitely stricter and more strident posture toward north korea than the previous administration did. that's for a couple of reasons. first of all, president trump is a different kind of president then president obama when it comes to responding to threats it receives. as we saw in the bombing of syria a couple weeks ago. also we believe the threat from north korea is different than it has been in the past. your remember 1994, the clinton administration cut a deal withr north korean leader, which they later reneged on. the six party talks resulted in a deal that destroyed part of the reactor in pyongyang, which north korea cheated on but they have that back then the korean leaders were simply playing for different deals where they would threatens that something and then get something in return but they believe that kim jong-un is playing a decidedly different type of game here and it really wants to develop nuclear weapons i can go on the top of the missile and if it gets to a hydrogen bomb, which u.s. officials believe is at school, that is going to change the strategic nuclear balance around the world. president trump this morning in
an interview with our ainsley earhardt not tipping them off and what he might do in response the north korean provocations. all he could say is that successful administrations in the past have tried to deal with and never could.d. here's what he said. >> i hope there's going to be peace. they've been talking with a gentleman for a long time, you read clinton's book, he said we made such a great peace deal and it was a joke. g look at different things over the years with president obama,a everybody's been outplayed. >> president trump determined not to be outplayed but this north korean leader. vice president mike penceru mentioned by greg palkot at the top was a demilitarized zone between north and south korea today, was also in seoul where he said the days the obama era policy of strategic patience are over. part of the problem sean has been that successful administrations have never seen any viable military options to deal with north korea. i asked sean spicer today if this administration saw that calculation any differently listen to this exchange.
>> does this president believe that there are viable military options to deliver toin north korea? >> i understand that. i think taking anything on or off the table is in itself limiting your options to some degree. i'm not going to even discuss that. >> related to north korea saving what could be on the brink of thermonuclear war. the white house playing it down to much different level than that, saying that they prefer negotiations at the moment, putting pressure on north korea by leaning on xi jinping to try to use his influence on kim jong-un. and the white house believes that after that meeting, president trump and xi jinping and mar-a-lago, they are veryy much on the same page and seeing this as a threat that could destabilize the entire region if not the world and they believe a that china will bring across some diplomatic measured to work this problem out. >> sean: when you look at the vice president's comment in the
era of strategic patience isot over and lieutenant generalin mcmaster saying it's clear that they're determined not with this kind of capability to threaten the united states. that suggests that they're not going to allow not only the matching of nuclear weapons but intercontinental ballistic missiles. i knew it blew up on the launchpad this weekend, but if they are able to get that technology, is a game changer. >> definitely. if they were to move toward a hydrogen bomb or if they were to be able to get one of theirth devices down to side work could be mounted on the type of one oy those intercontinental ballistic missiles, that would completely change the calculation. they're hoping that they can rain kim jong-un and before that happens, but if he manages to get that point, then all bets are off. >> sean: as mentally unstable as many suggest, that makes it even more precarious. john roberts at the white house tonight. thank you. joining us now with reaction, the author of "the new york times" bestseller treason, former speaker of the house newt gingrich. let me ask you the same questio i'm asking john roberts, the promise by vice president pence,
the era of strategic patience is over. general mcmaster's saying it's clear the presidents determined not to allow this kind of capability to threaten the united states.s. we know they have nuclear weapons. we know they don't have capability.. if you take those words literally, it sounds like they feel that they have to take out any capability they have. how do you interpret it? >> i think that's right because you can have a nuclear weapon delivered by a ship.uc he can do a variety of different things. doesn't have to be an icbm. doesn't have to fit on a missile. you put in a cargo container. i think this is a serious,ut serious problem. also a great danger to north koreans selling nuclear weaponss to terrorists. i think that we've been through a long stretch here where we had a big fight over this when i was speaker, and just could not get the clinton administration take it seriously and of course obama
took nothing seriously. so we had a lost period here of almost 30 years and gradually, steadily build up their0 capability to hurt seoul, korea, build up their capability to threaten their neighbors and i think that it's clear for military leaders that they really do believe that wet' are very close to crossing a point after which we could lose an american city. and if you're the president of the united states and you're being told by your militaryy leaders of this is so dangerous you could literally at some point lose a city, i think you have to take very serious steps to stop that from happening. >> sean: mr. speaker, look at the president's options here for a minute. we're really talking about the possibility that we are going to now engage in a military conflict with north korea, which were told kim jong-un as mentally unstable. if you look at the neighbors, the launches a nuclear weapon or conventional weapons for that matter, talking about the potential that millions could
die in south korea, millions could die in japan. and are we prepared to see that through? if we are not, we better note start.t. >> millions could die in china. and they're right on the border. i think that in the very near future, 1 of 3 things will happen. i think either he will back down and agree to some kind of suspension of his various programs, under enormous pressure from the chinese, or there will be a military coup and he will be replaced by a more rational leader. or we will begin to take military actions, which could start with things as simple as killing any missile that would be capable of carrying a nuclear weapon. it could be steps that are shora of starting an all-out war on s the question then is what does he do?
to what degree -- and we don't know the answer. to what degree does he want toha survive, to what degree does he think that he won't survive in his own society because they'll kill him. >> sean: he's killed and uncle, he's killed other distractors.s >> he killed his girlfriend and her entire band. this is a guy who is not nice. >> sean: he's unhinged. >> i think it makes s the immediate future very, very dangerous. >> sean: i think we've got to consider here is if america is going to take this action, we'd better be prepared for him if he's as mentally unstable as reports have said that he would go scorched earth. that's a possibility. now what do you make of for example the president did have great meetings with the president of china and he had planned and campaigned on calling them a currency
manipulator but it seems as a result of those bilateral talks, that the president was able to get concessions. number one, we see troops on the border now that china has sent to north korea. n number two, they sent coal back to north korea and imported american coal. three, we see that they're open to trade concessions to the united states. so it seems like there is a possibility of a emerging new alliance, america and china against north korea. how much time should we allow f weekst to play out? or months, not a matter of years. but they are taking activeur measures, and that's a good thing. they said to the north koreans, don't test another nuclear weapon. that's a good thing. >> sean: and they said that they might -- >> right. as you remember, they were in the middle of dinner at mar-a-lago when the president excused himself, went out, and held a press event to tell the world that we had just hit syria
with 59 missiles and then went t back in and rejoin the chinese president. they do have some notion that he is a very serious guy and with the bomb they use in afghanistan, there also in a sense sending a signal. beckley have one bomb a little bit bigger than that and they're sending a signal that you could see conventional weapons used to take out most of these nuclear sites.. without ourselves using a nuclear weapon. so i think there are a lot of signals being sent. i find it very worrisome. my father fought there in 1953gh when back later in the army and served in the 1960s. south korea has come so far, so dramatically stronger, better, more prosperous, freer. you'd hate to see anything happen that would disrupt that development. so i think that this is a very serious time. >> sean: you're the historian. last century alone, look at
russia, stalin, fascism, nazism, imperial japan, the killing fields, over 100 million souls died. more recently to shake people's memories. 9/11 happened. there is evil in the world and certainly kim jong il and seems to fit in that category. right after the break, coming up tonight tonight's monologue. we'll explain how it was bill clinton and barack obama and appeasement that we can blame for the situation we now find yourself in with north korea and and later tonight.. >> i don't want to telegraph what i'm doing or what i'm thinking. i'm not like other administrations where they say were going to do this in four weeks and it doesn't work that way.wo >> sean: ainsley earhardt speaking with the president earlier today at the white house. she asked the president if he is ruled out using a military strike against north korea. ainslie joins us later andnd tonight on "hannity". hey, need fast heartburn relief? try cool mint zantac.
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>> sean: president trump is forced to do with an increasingly dangerous north korea after the disastrous appeasement policies of both bill clinton and barack obaman: towards his rogue regime. that's tonight's's monologue. president once again is having to confront yet another complete foreign policy failure passed down from the obama and clinton administrations. now over the weekend, north korea held a military parade to show off its intercontinentalli
ballistic missiles and other all in the show for spread on saturday, kim jong-un and failed to conduct a missile test and today we saw vice president mike pence while at the korean demilitarized zone take a hard stance with north korea over new signs of dangerous aggression. watch this. >> presidents made clear, our administration has made clear we stand with the people of south korea. and all options are on the table to achieve the objectives and ensure the security of the people. this country and the stability of this region. >> sean: if we don't learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it so how do we get to this t point? we go back to 1994, bill clinton was the president. is it administration, they struck a deal with kim jong-un's father, kim jong il. where according to them, they refused to give north korea over $4 billion in energy eight over a decade in exchange for north
korea, freezing andth eventually ending the nuclear weapons program. that was part of the deal. north korea allowing inspectors into a nuclear sites. but this is important. but also be allowed to keep their nuclear fuel rods, which could be used to make weapons for an unspecified number ofhe years. even "the new york times" was suspicious of that part of the deal writing at the time "this provision means that the potential that north korea could break its agreements and quickly produce nuclear weapons will not disappear until the end of theed decade." these fears didn't stop bill clinton from praising the agreement. you may remember that praise. watch this. >> this is a good deal for the united states. north korea will freeze and then dismantle its nuclear program. south korea and our other allies will be better protected. the entire world will be safer as we slow this threat of nuclear weapons. >> sean: he was wrong. the president was wrong, president obama about syria
getting rid of chemical weapons. what if obama was wrong about a ran also? didn't take very long in thiss case for north korea to move away from the agreement and show no signs of aggression in 1998, pyongyang they fired a long-range missile over japan into the pacific ocean and by 2006, all the rogue regime had conducted their first new pair test. under barack obama, we saw an explosion and dangers threatening activity from north korea. look at the graphics were putting up at the side of the screen. they show various nuclear and missile tests that were conducted by the north koreans including a hydrogen bomb test but that was largely ignored by the obama administration for a long years. why? because of appeasement policies. if this deal sounds familiar and similar, for the disastrous one struck with iran, president gave the rogue regime in tehran $150 billion in exchange for their promise not to build nuclear weapons. tehran agreed to let inspectors visit nuclear facilities, but there still allowed to spend their centrifuges and conduct missile tests. that's why it's easy to see where the iran deal is going.
all you do look at where we are with north korea. don't forget when it cameei to syria, they all said syria had gotten rid of their chemical weaponsor because the president through a red line in the sand. it never happened. they were all dead wrong. now president trump has to do with this mess because after eight years of the obama administration, north korea, they think they can do anything they want without any sort of k heresponse. the good news is president trump has already shown that thosese days are over. the president now has to take a tough stance and is also turniny to north korea's key ally, china to help resolve the situation. china has already agreed to stop by north korea's coal, which estimates say will cost pyongyang about a billion dollars a year.on the president's detractors are saying he's flip-flopping by not labeling beijing a currency manipulator, but guess what?
president trump, he likes the art of the deal. now china is helping with north korea. certainly beats the alternative by the way, and that is north korea developing long-range nuclear weapons with of coursend icbm capabilities. joining us now, continuum or speaker of the house, former fox contributor newt gingrich. when you look at history and think of susan rice, john kerry and president obama, that red line in the sand, they got rid of chemical weapons, you add to that equation the idiotic deal with tehran home, you wonder when are we going to learn the lesson? thoughts? >> they're never going to learn the lesson because their left-wingers who live in a t fantasy land where nothing is ever real. in 20 years in korea it doesn't matter. all the years we've had experience with the ran, doesn't matter. the total fiasco of syria it doesn't matter. the failure of libya where they got rid of qaddafi and replaced him with chaos doesn't matter.
if you're a really deeply committed left-winger, you live in a fantasy world. none of this is real, none of this matters. you go around drinking your white wine at the college faculty reception speaking pious baloney and what they call an intellectual idiot. this is people who have big words and no knowledge, and that results is that while they have a phony education, they have no wisdom. so i'm never surprised by it. you watch hillary clinton with the russian foreign minister, then you watch john kerry, then you watch rex tillerson. the difference between a real leader and these two was obvious just when you put the pictures side-by-side. >> sean: i know you're known for being a great politician but having known you all these years, i know that reallyou deep down inside, your historian and a professor at heart.
with that said, 9/11 wasn't that long ago. and if you go back to world war ii and nazi germany, historically it really wasn't that long ago, under stalin some 30 million people slaughtered. it's not that long ago. it seems to me that we always -l it's like human beings are incapable of recognizing human evil. and in both these instances, it seems like a squared plus b squared equals c squared. you have a crazy despite andnd north korea or iran married to nuclear weapons. we have a history of historic proportions. i think everybody would get that. >> diana west wrote of great books called american betrayal which i recommend to everyone because in american the trail, a "new york times" reporter in moscow conspired to not tell the truth about the famine russia had created. stalin had deliberately created
to kill off the middle-class farmers. you go back and look again and again, you find the left, fake news has behind it fake education. it's these two groups, the professors who lieht, the reporters who lie, leading to the politicians like obama, rice, and kerry who lied and grave danger for the survival of our country. >> sean: your old district in georgia is in a little bit of jeopardy for the republicans. they have a primary ten tomorrow, they have an election tomorrow but there's so many republicans running in, and aav democrat basically running on challenge. he gets to 50%, that would be your seat going to a democrat. >> that's right, i'm very concerned that everyone is watching us tonight call, tweet, email, facebook your friends if you know anybody who lives in north georgia and the six district of georgia. please remind them to vote tomorrow. if every republican votes, will be fine. will be a runoff and will be him.ca
but this guy, the democrat has gotten $12 million because liberals all across the country sense a chance to embarrass the president. so it's really important that everybody is watching us tonight get out there whether it's email or facebook or twitter or whatever you do, let your friends know, your relatives know they must vote tomorrow if they live in the six district. >> sean: always good to see you. thank you for your time. an important vote tomorrow. when we come back, ainsley earhardt at the white house with the president earlier today. she asked the president if he has ruled out a military strike. and later tonight. >> when i get in, i will show you my taxes. not only has he not shown us our taxes, he has bragged not paying them and every weekend, he's already spent more money than obama did in his first four years. >> sean: liberal snowflakes out in full force this weekend, we
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>> live from america's news headquarters, i am kelly wright it. here's what's happening. north korea and trade topping the agenda. as vice president arrives in japan. his second leg of his asian trip. he is expected to discuss korean tensions with japanese prime minister. economic talks with deputy prime minister as well. north korea isn't letting up on recently. tessa fire showed demarco fired several missiles including a field on past sunday. and marilyn killing one person and injuring two others. a helicopter on a tray mission went down onto a golf course. some 60 miles from washington, d.c. it's not clear yet what caused the crash but one witness says it was spinning before impact. the aircraft was stationed at
davidson airfield in virginia. i am kelly wright. back to a "hannity" ." >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." tensions with north korea continue to match tonight. cohost ainsley earhardt interviewed president trump earlier today at the whiteth house. >> he said basically the u.s. is running out of patience. clearly the position and north korea coming of a navy fleet sent to the sea of japan right now but have you rolled out a military strike? >> i don't want to telegraph what i'm doing or what i'm thinking. i'm not like other administrations where they say were going to do this in four weeks. it doesn't work that way. we'll see what happens. i hope things work out well. i hope there's going to be peace. but they've been talking with this gentleman for a long time. you read clinton's book, he said we made such a great peace deal and it was a joke. we look at different things over the years with president obama, everyone's been outplayed. >> sean: ainslie's interview with the president will air tomorrow morning on "fox & friends." she joins with the preview and studio.
so one of the things that really is underreported here, these half-hour meetings, they endre p going three or four hours each sessions. one on one alone. the president of china goes back and sent coal back to north korea, put troops on the korean border, then he's going to make trade concessions. he is now importing american coal instead of north korean coal and clearly everyone wants to talk about were not a cure end. it seems like the president made a deal. >> the art of the deal. i asked him about that, asked him about china and is it everyone is to a big deal about currency manipulator and should i say this? should i work on trade deals? he is saying were losing our focus. that's not where we need to be. what's more important as getting china to help us with north korea. north korea is launching nuclear missiles. he saying that is much moree important than currency manipulation.mi
>> sean: reports that we have, the sources in the white house is that he got on famously with the chinese president. and they're helping out and putting troops on the border and their sending back north korean coal, and there helping us to open a trade negotiation with us. seems to me like that is a pretty good deal for america considering their proximity, this is more their problem that our problem.th >> we've gotten farther with the china premier than the last three administrations. he has a chemistry with him, they get along, he really likes him a lot. he said they have 15 minute meetings scheduled and two of them lasted for three hours. they talked countless hours and he says that's more important to establish that relationship. was he able to promise that china is going to help us with north korea? he said i'm not sure if it'se going to work but it's worth a shot. >> sean: i did see you with eric and larry term, where isor president trump's? >> i didn't see her at all. their entire family was there and it was such a fun event.
we were at the easter egg roll earlier today and it was so cute and such a fun thing to see. >> sean: a lot of good interviews today. sean spicer, kellyanne conway the president. >> were going to air more of the interview, immigration, border security. thanks for letting me, talk about it. >> sean: watch that interview,w, fox and friends tomorrow. when we come back, the trump administration not backing down over north korea's aggression. how big is his threat with the rogue regime? will ask our military advisors and later tonight...t >> putin and the mafia and show your returns and we can all put it all to rest. >> sean: liberal leftists snowflakes out in full force this weekend acting insane. lou dobbs weighs in on that and more as we continue. [wife] hi
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>> as you know, there's 50 million people in south korea, about 125 million people in japan, and china has billions. so what we're looking at is the world is on the break ofso geopolitical meltdown thanks to the lack of foreign policy care, guidance, whatever you want to call it from the obama administration that i think it's very striking and telling that you've got hr mcmasterha and kabul because we've got isis in pakistan infiltrating into afghanistan thanks to neglect from the obama administration. that happened in 2014, and he speaking about nuclear warfareap potential and conventional warfare potential on the korean peninsula. so the world, the trump administration is walked into the kitchen, turn on the lights and there's cockroaches
everywhere because now we got to clean up this mess. north korea has 1,000 attack fighter jets that are one minute make flight from seoul. i've been on a demilitarized zone and it's tough terrain. they've got 4,000 tanks, 6,000 artillery pieces, a million troops. so not only would it be a nuclear holocaust, it would be a heck of a conventional fight as well. >> sean: i don'ten hear good options there from the president and i get the feeling that thisa chubby dictator desperately wants a confrontation with the united states. >> it's interesting to me to see the president receiving a lot of criticism for this kind of rushg to war and saber rattling. look at what happened since he engaged diplomatically with chinese president xi jinping. as you mentioned earlier with newt gingrich, we've had the chinese refusing to sell coal,l, moving troops on the north
korean border, the state run agency threatening north korea and not to set off another nuclear test, so i think the president isse engaging diplomatically with the chinese. the ball is in their court to turn this program up. this president knows that diplomacy, our carrots have to be backed up with sticks like they haven't been the last eight years. but there is in between. there's covert action, there's offensive cyber, affective missile defense that we can do but if none of that works and i have no doubt the president's going to walk through those options, if none of that works, we will have to take military action. we cannot have -- we cannot have a nuclear capable north korea that no one can hit the u.s. but can hit soul. >> sean: what you can say is the only way to do that is to take out their nuclear sites now. for south korea, for japan, for lychina. last words, general tatum.
>> what i think is michael's on to something. you have to leverage all options are, cyber, military, economic, diplomatic. i think president trump has a me a brilliant move with president xi jinping and i think were going to expend every option like hr mcmaster said and secretary mattis are going to advise the president to expend every single option before we try the military option in korea. you cannot have a north korea with nukes that are threatening markets of freedom. >> sean: thank you bill clinton. and gave you $4 billion for that as well. thank you barack obama.ea up next on his busy news nightbi tonight here on "hannity." >> [bleep]. >> sean: dueling protests clashing in berkeley, california, over the weekend. how will the violence for the snowflakes end? lou dobbs weighs in when we come back. ♪ the sun'll come out tomorrow... ♪
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snowflakes using april 15th as yet another excuse to openly express their feelings about the 45th president. joining us now as a host of lou dobbs tonight on a sister network, the fox business network. lou dobbs is with us. i'd like to say this is going to go away, but i don't think the left wing snowflakes are going anywhere. >> i think you're exactly right and i think further, the persistence of the pelosig astroturf demonstrators paid in large measure by open society. open to society nonprofits, these protesters are paid to be their day in and day out and they're going to be there. meanwhile, i think the president is doing exactly the right thing and that is simply saying i don't care what you do. the election is over, and i'm not showing you my tax returns so if you want to persist in that, go ahead. knock yourself out. >> sean: look at berkeley. berkeley cops had to be ordered to stand down because they were there.e. look at the fights breaking out.
that's what happens. >> we saw it previously. the left-wing mayor, city council and the left-wing lead police department standing down without protest even as people were being physically assaulted by these paid protesters primarily. it's not going to change in berkeley. other communities around the country as well. >> sean: then you've got maxine waters leading an impeached trump chance, and did you about the school of arizona state university professor gave her class ofe choice. to take the final exam or come up with the project and the project is go to an anti-trump rally. i think even i would pick go to the anti-trump rally than study for an exam. >> i may have made that same choice in college. i may have, a product of the 60s. the truth of the matter is, trump is handling these things exactly right in my opinion. the best thing he can do is
ignore them.m. the president has been absolutely i think right on the mark with these things. ignore them, dismiss them, mock them and move on. >> sean: what about sarah silverman? let's play her. show us your taxes. this is the most important. we have the north korean dictator suggesting thermonuclear war and you want to see donald trump's tax returns? if you missed it, rachel maddow had a big breakthrough on that. watch this. >> show us your [bleep] tax returns. [cheers and applause] you like being a superficial bully, here's one for you. you are a 3 at best. >> pushed back against the corporate interests and to put donald trump aside and release his tax returns once and for all. >> we want to see his taxes and we want to see them now! >> a liar, a cheat, a climate
change denier. a liar, a cheat, climate change denier. a >> he's already spent more money than obama did in his first four years. >> he's indebted to russia, putin, and the mafia and show your returns and we can all puts it all to rest. >> sean: forget north korea, forget afghanistan, the mother of all bombs, repealing and replacing obamacare, show us your tax returns. >> sarah silverman, one of the archetypes of anti-intellectualism at its very best in america demanding to see donald trump donald trump taxes, she missed the point. he says he's not showing them. and there under audit, and do what you will. >> sean: what if i or you were out there like madonna and said you thought seriously about bombing the white house. how come madonna says that, nothing happens? >> the straightforward answered as no one takes seriously, notot the left, not the right.
>> sean: so i can say that and i would've gotten away with it. >> i take you seriously. you are taken seriously by the american public. but madonna is a creature of 20 years ago. watching her silhouette pass in front of us. >> sean: thought seriously about blowing up the white house. i take it seriously. >> i can't get there. i don't think when donna has had a serious thought in her head since what was that firstn record?gh >> sean: like a virgin? >> approximation of.fi >> sean: lou dobbs, thank you. when we come back, we have a very important question of the day. we need your help. straight ahead. er-the-counter ps for my belly pain and constipation. i've had it up to here! it's been month after month of fiber. weeks taking probiotics! days and nights of laxatives, only to have my symptoms return. (vo) if you've had enough, tell your doctor what you've tried
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it is bill clinton's fault. just like obama was wrong about syria, chemical weapons, so too was clinton about north korea. go to facebook.com/seanhannity, @seanhannity on twitter. let us know what you think. playing some nasty messages for me. >> sean: that is not really hates. i have a movie coming out. it's called "let there be light." it will be out over thanksgiving
and i hope you like it. if you have something to say, call the number on your screen. 877-225-8587. that's all the time we have left this evening. thank you for b >> martha: tonight, nearly 1.5 million americans would have only 20 minutes to prepare for an attack from north korea. tonight, the hawaiian islands, which are within the strike zone are starting to revamp their emergency response plans that they have not even looked at since 1985. this, as the vice president signals a new era. >> it was one of -- a quarter century ago that we first learned of the presence of nuclear weapons on the korean peninsula. in the possession of north kore north korea. there was an agreed framework, a period of strategic patience. but the era of strategic patience