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if make sure you tune into fox news sunday of next up is the story with sandra smith, and for martha's, so you never miss an episode of o "the five." "hannity" is up next. >> sean: welcome to "hannity" and this is a fox news alert. freedom of speech is under attack and on conservative voices all across the country. joining us with reaction tonight and part two of my interview with the vice president, mike pence. and also, comedian kathy griffin in the public eye after this vile picture cost her her job.
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we are going to explain this very important issue in tonight's opening monologue. kathy griffin earlier this week apologized for displaying a beheaded head that looked like trump. and today, making a press conference with her lawyers. >> regarding the image that i participated in. that apology absolutely stands. i feel horrible and the idea that people think of this tragedy and touched by this tragedy is horrifying and horrible. i want to say, if you don't stand up, you get run over and what is happening to me has never happened to me in the
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history of this great country. the death threats that i am getting are detailed and serious and horrific. today, it is me. tomorrow, it could be you. i feel passion nately about this and i'm afraid that i don't say up and say this, there is going to be a nerdy girl in illinois and be afraid of what i do. you used to be able to make dress jokes all day long and you didn't have to die for it. >> sean: kathy playing the victim and who she thinks is trying to take her down. it is absolutely pathetic and on television, i have stood up for the fundamental principle of freedom of speech and even with
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people i don't agree with. i played you interviews going back many, many years and they have said horrific things on their programs. my point of view is that if you don't like what they are saying, hit the button and change the channel and i feel the same way about kathy griffin and this week, when she came under scruti scrutiny, i never called for her to be fired and another note, it is somewhat pathetic that anderson cooper couldn't even stand up for his friend. i did the opposite. i don't like kathy griffin and she is not my cup of tea and it is a hypocrite and shedding the
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crocodile tears and calling on people and freedom of speech. but has she ever stood up for a conservative when they have come under fire? saying they have tried to take me off of the earth and try and get me silenced and so many of you have stood up for me and did kathy griffin stand up for me when i voiced my opinion. we looked really hard for a single piece of kathy griffin standing up for a conservative when they were under attack by the left? and president trump made a decision to pull the u.s. out of the paris bid and it is a huge win for u.s. business and
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america. and the leader in chief showed true leadership and fulfilling his campaign promise. we are going to have more on that later in the program, but let's take a look at this. hollywood hypocrite liberal michael moore tweeted "trump just committed a crime against humanity and expanded his predatory acts against the entire plan e". how about this tweet from bette midler. "there has informer in u.s.
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history been such a detrucktive mega man yak. and now, the new york times is publishing headlines. trump to the world, drop dead. and of course, the destroy trump media. you have to watch this enhanced abusively bias left coverage. take a look. >> this is the day that the united states resigned as the leader of the free world. it is nothing short of that. >> what could be con trued as a dark speech. >> our children dying from asthma and one of the most
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cynical prepared remarks that i have heard from the president since inauguration day. >> the new leader of france and what you have here is a president that is ranking up in anger. this president who is psychologically troubled in this way since at least, richard nixon. >> sean: if you can believe it the comment pheres the democrats. take a look at this. >> this is a civil rights issue. environmental justice. how is he ever going to explain to his grandchildren what he did to the air they breathe, assuming they breathe air. >> the president was not truthful with the american people today and the president that talked about putting america first has now put
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america last. >> people are going to die. disease is going to rise. insects are going to spread in areas they have never been before. this is not a game and politics to talk to your face, it is humanity and whether it makes it to the 20 first century. >> sean: they are deranged and liberals should be up in arms with what we have showed you. imagine if it was president obama they were talking about? they have not talked about the abusively bias coverage on the left. on this program, by the way, no matter how ridiculous the left becom becomes, i'm always going to stick up for their stoopedty and whether it is kathy griffin or
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nancy pelosi, i'm going to stick up for freedom of speech. by the way, that goes for some of my colleagues and liberals on cable television. they spoke out when they tried to silence and get me fired. it is a double standard on free speech and more so than it has ever been. i'm not surprised that you are laughing. it is like a group psychotic melt down, isn't it? >> it is, sean. the left is self-emulating. and kathy griffin, she is a troll and i don't have anything better to say about lisa bloom,
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who is a tick on a soulless troll. the crocodile tears of kathy griffin and an out right lie and she is the worst kind of liar and saying that she would never hurt a child and she is on record with volcher magazine and saying that she was going to target baron trump and as a mother of a 13-year-old son and that image of trump, as a mother, my blood boils. >> sean: exact quote, i said i would go after baron trump and comedians should be able to go after anyone.
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and then she doubted that the trump family was able to see it on tv and it upsets him. i think that it would upset any 11-year-old kid with this decapitated head of their father. the crocodile tears. cry me a river. >> and the trickle down of the kathy griffin enablers and supporters and attacking this family and baron trump and it is unacceptable. where are the honest, good faith liberals? all of the fair weathered friends of free speech. to talk about and use their own free speech and say this is where we draw the line and we do not accept this. part of the reason that i was
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chuckling was i wrote a book called" unhinged "and the vaccinations and the sick fetish of using political violent images to try and marginalize conservatives and as a rule and id owe logical tool to try and criminalize decent and look at the george bush years and obama years and they went after sarah palin and blame every random act of violence on right winged conservatives. they were ashamed about it. where are these people to defend our political speech when it was literally under fire?
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>> sean: very well said. there were only two liberals that stood up for me. thank you, my -- aappreciate it. and saying that the president is trying to destroy her and she is playing the victim and by the way, saying if she was a man, this wouldn't happen. we have more from the bizarre press conference. >> there are a bunch of old white men trying to silence me and i'm here to say that's wrong. >> sean: we are going to get reaction. lou dobbs joins us and president trump fulfills his campaign promise by pulling the americans out of the paris agreement and
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apologized to for crossing the line with her vile photo shoot and severing the head of the president. and today, trying to take a lot of people by playing the victim. really? >> i'm not afraid of donald trump. he's a bully. i have dealt with old white guys trying to take me down my whole career and the president and the first lady, i feel personally -- personally trying to ruin my life forever. mobilizing their armies or whatever they do and it is quite clear to me they are trying to lead me to destruction. they are trying to spin this and make it about baron. obviously, that was never my
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intent and i would never want to hurt him or a child and there are a bunch of old white guys trying to silence me and i'm here to say it is wrong. >> sean: going after an 11-year-old kid. i don't know where to begin here and the fact that she is blaming men. if i was a man, this wouldn't have happened. and blaming trump and his family having to see this grotesque image of him beheaded like she is an isis fighter. >> i think that the president got the last word on kathy griffin and his word was sick. it is sick with that appalling stunt that she pulled.
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i have to disagree with you a little bit. >> sean: what? >> i think that conservatives and all americans should pay for her to stay on the road every day. you hear a rancid word in almost every word that she utters. >> sean: i don't know if i can handle the loop part. but i will say this and every liberal snowflake in the country and goes from a d to a c minus. they are all going to want to see her because of this. >> what you are going to see is unprecedenting and the left and all of hollywood and academia begging her to get off of the air and shut up for a while.
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>> sean: no, no. i want her to stay out there. >> exactly. but the left is going to be running the boycott against her. >> sean: where did this come from? old white men? the trumps are trying to destroy me? this is great jujitsu. >> jujitsu and they kwon do and the president having a family and how dare he have children that love him. how dare he! >> sean: i have to ask you this. i have to been honest, i stick up for my friends in life and i accepted her apology before this insanity and i'm not like the
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liberal facists and i'm not like them. i haven't been like them my whole career. but anderson cooper. stick unfor friend and everyone is afraid of loyalty and lack of conviction. >> we are seeing these people for who they really are. they are not conservatives and the stop of this country. >> sean: he called you. i called you. i called lewis and said hang in there. >> i called you to get through the week. >> sean: so far it is working. thanks to my audience. i have to roll, my friend. coming up on this week on "hannity."
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>> with the terms and the owe new energy restrictions that are placed on the united states could cost america as much as 27 million lost jobs by 2025 according to the national economic research associates. my job as president is to give america a level economic playing field and make america the most proserrous and productive country on earth. >> sean: president trump explaining why he is pulling the u.s. out of the paris agreement and you know, 95 million on food stamps and out of the labor force. yeah, they need jobs now. you know, 2.7 million jobs in
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eight years. these are real people. real lives. real impact. the president made the promise on the campaign trail and said it over and over again and visceral hate and reaction. i'm trying to understand how these people who have these comfortable lives and what do they care about 2.7 million people out of work. >> let's deal first with this so-called 97% consensus and came from a researcher that looked at the climate papers and two-thirds that had no sense of how man made climate change and spend billions of dollars, which is what this paris agreement would have required.
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the senate passed a resolution 95 to nothing they were not going to ratify if that treaty excluded china and india, big polluters. it is dead on arrival, which is why obama never submitted it to the congress in the first place and this dead on arrival and how people are most concerned about it. it is nonsense and most people are concerned about jobs, jobs. and this is a job killer and i salute donald trump for fulfilling another campaign promise. >> sean: it is like a psychotic break down and all of the people of hollywood and i would argue that probably all of them have been out flying on their private jets all over the world, which
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is fine. enjoy your success, but don't take away jobs from the people who need them on food stamps and the crimes against humanity and the entire planet and f you. really from these people with their live styles? no, thank you. >> walk the walk and talk the walk. put a solar roof on your house and it doesn't stop the private sector from doing r and d and if this is not good for the environment, tell me why the stock market went up when donald trump pulled out? >> sean: why can't americans accept this basic fact, that the life source of this planet is nrng and we have natural gas and
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oil that we can take out of the ground. it is almost like they want us to live in a hut and ride bikes, but they want to live this other lifestyle. it is funny. >> and you don't hear them talk about them even pollute. >> sean: and hillary gave away 20% of our you auranium. >> if obama gave the same speech and outlining the cost analysis and that it would not be worth losing millions of jobs, i bet people on the left would say, maybe we should re-think our
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity" and hillary clinton continues to push bizarre conspiracy theorys of why she lost the election and some have had it with hillary clinton's blame game. >> the american public stuck in the middle and sick of all of it. hillary clinton with another round of who's to blame? >> he was happy to talk about my emails and not investigation of
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the russians. >> what do we make of this? >> she has a conspiracy theory and doesn't have the evidence, but is hoping this is what the congressional agencies can do. >> sean: let's put on the side of the screen the entire list. i mean, she blames anything and everything, but herself. i guess i have to rely on you analyzing somebody who cannot accept reality. >> she is like the casting for an elitist, narcissist and if anybody is looking for an actress, she could have another career. this is a person that took no blame for benghazi and the
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server. >> sean: let me play the top eight and then, we are going to get your reaction. these are the top eight excuses. watch this. >> comey was more than happy to talk about my emails, but wouldn't talk about the investigation of the russians. you have citizens united come to full true 'tis. the vast majority of the news items that were posted were fake. they were connected to, as we know the 1,000 russian agents that were involved in delivering those messages and connected to the box that were just out-of-control. i inherited nothing from the
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democratic party. >> what do you mean? >> it was bankrupt and the data was mediocre to poor. the russians ran an extensive media relations campaign against my campaign to influence voters in the election. i certainly never said i ran a perfect campaign, but who did? and at some point, it bleeds over to massachusetts s&l any. >> sean: could it be that the american people saw who is the chronic: call liar. could that be the reason? >> it is very 1i6r78 and she
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wants to continue to campaign and raise money in california and massachusetts and vermont. good for her. that's not how you win an election. the reality is that her friend, barack obama over saw the democratic committee for eight years and raised a lot of money and they blamed mitt roll knee's data program as a complete failure. she had everything in the election and still lost. >> sean: any truth to that? >> i have said many times i want to help the president move his
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agenda forward. >> sean: that's such a dodge. can you answer the question for him? >> i think that all of america is going to celebrate if corey is part of that team. we loved the things that corey did when he was there and the president always benefits from corey and that docking right there, that's what hillary is masterful at and these are all of the symptoms of a narcissist and everyone knows it is impossible to diagnose someone without seeing them clinically, but calling her own party easily manipulated and stupid. this is a sign of a narcissist and they tend to blame exte
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externally. >> sean: i appreciate it and corey, you did a wonderful job and i remember when it was you and the president for a long time. >> and we won. >> sean: absolutely. thank god she didn't. coming up. part two of the interview with the vice president mike pence and he's going to explain how the president is going to get his agenda passed with all of his agenda passed with all of the noise coming do you need the most trusted battery in your flashlight? maybe not. maybe you could trust your own eyes to see in the dark. ahh!
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>> sean: welcome back to "hannity." yesterday, after president trump announced that the u.s. is going to be with drawing from the paris climate agreement and this is part two of my interview with vice president mike pence. take a listen. every vicious, vile, hateful thing culminated this week with what kathy griffin did, but the
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attacks against the first lady and the attacks against ivanka and everything who works for the president and we haven't seen anything but russia, russia, russia 24/7 now and does it get in the way of the ability of the president to do the job of what he was elected to do? >> i will answer your question and it absolutely doesn't get in the way. president trump is one of the most resilient and determined people that i have ever met in my life and gets up every day and faces main stream coverage and he goes to work every day. the progress that we are making
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to repeal and replace obamacare and the way that he's reengaged the world to have our allies live up to their commitments in the common security and while these detractors in the media will continue to come against this administration every single day, the president's focus is on the american people and their challenges and opportunities and that's where it is going to stay. >> sean: i want to go back and the attacks against his family have been vicious and vile and if it ever happened in the obama years, we would have a very different reaction and i want to stay on waters and diane fein i
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feinstein have all said, no evidence of russia collusion. and it goes back to what he fights for what he believes in and you have to think that it gets tiresome? >> i want to say sure your viewers and everyone all over the country and donald trump has the ability to turn his face against the wind and tune out the detractors and keep his face towards the american family and some of the attacks this week and they were deplorable and i think, denounced by people across the political spectrum appropriately and whether it is the day in and day out humdrum media and this president has
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been burdened under the weight of high taxes and regulations that have been stifling and he's fighting every single day. i spoke to the novel academy about a week ago and able to tell them, you now have a commander-in-chief that is working to rebuild the military and a commander-in-chief that will have their back and the applause that i got was overwhelming and our forces know and the american people know it that president trump is fighting for our people every single day and it is going to do it for thefection 4 years. >> sean: i'm looking at the legislative calendar and i know that you know it, congress takes so many days off, it is
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unfathomable and there are only 20 days on the congress calendar and you have to get healthcare to the senate and taking the regulator steps with energy and that's key and by the end of this year, americans are going to want to see part of that wall built. do you see all of that happening by the end of the year or are you concerned like i'm concerned that congress is moving way too slow? >> i'm optimist tick and the members of the united states senate are working diligently and i was in the session before coming to a close before mome memorial day and in the house of
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representatives there are detailed discussions of what could be one of the largest tax cuts in american history and the onerous burden that today frank placed ton -- on the american economy and rebuilding america's infrastructure, so it will be the best in the world and i'm on capitol hill a lot and they are working diligently to move this agenda forward and there is a lot of work to be done and not a lot of time to do it and i'm optimistic that come the end of this year, we are going to replace and repeal obamacare and the tax cuts and the economy that is continuing to grow for america.
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>> sean: for those people and the millions in poverty on food stamps and out of the labor force and the lowest homeownership in 51 years. i appreciate you doing all that you do to get it done. thank you.
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>> it's time for our question of the day. so what did you think about >> sean: time for question of the day.g what did you think of kathy griffin's press conference. if it wasn't so obscene it would be funny.alling t post 11 you could be as mean or nice as you want. we will get back to that next week. all right. that's time we have left this evening. now, if you are in the liberal media, i may be back here monday if fox let's me. have a great weekend. ♪ ♪ [national anthem] ♪ ♪
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♪ [national anthem] ♪ ♪ >> the president has made it very clear he is committed to getting the best deal for america, america's workers and america's manufacturers. >> president trump is providing inspiration for america innovation i have seen in my life. all this hysteria is stunning. >> walking away from this agreement is extremely dangerous. how is he ever going to explain to his grand children what he did to the air they breathe? >> kathy griffin. remember her? she found it necessary to hold a press conference told when n. which she claimed she is the real victim.