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spent this hour with us. good night from washington, i'm shannon bream, this is fox news at night. will see you then. tucker is up ♪ . >> tucker: good evening and welcome to tucker carlson tonight. we have exclusive new reporting on a story that has turned washington upside-down and caused more intrigue than anything in the city i've seen in 25 years. of course you've heard independent counsel robert mueller's investigation has zeroed in on its first targets. former donald trump campaign manager paul manafort and his business associate rick gates were both indicted on charges of money laundering, tax fraud and failure to report lobbying arrangements. now the indictment offers tantalizing details about how foreign lobbying works at the highest levels in washington. how manafort used offshore cash
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to expand his wardrobe, somehow spend $655,000 on landscaping for his house in the hamptons. it comes as no surprise for anyone who has watched manafort operate but of course the legal system will make the final call on that. paul manafort is just the first in a series of people in dc who are suddenly in deep, deep trouble. who is next? reading between the lines of the indictment and talking to a number of our own sources we think we have a pretty good idea of that. today's indictment never mentioned donald trump's presidential campaign or the 2016 election. it only mentions russia in passing even though russian meddlingly was the pretext for the investigation. manafort's efforts to lobby on behalf of pro russia groups in ukraine. it goes into great detail on the relationship between manafort and two groups described as
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company a & company b in the indictment. those companies are mercury llc led by former republican congressman ben weber and the podesta group founded by tony and joan podesta who were hillary clinton's campaign manager. none will come as a shoe shock to viewers of this show. last tuesday we told you the mueller investigation is no longer a search for russian collusion in the 2016 race. it's now going into corrupt lobbying practices across dc one that is likely to en nature people close to hillary clinton. >> it's still framed as a hunt for collusion between donald trump's presidential campaign and the government of russia. our source says they're very interested in manafort's running of the trump campaign but it's bogus. the investigation has broadened to determine which people have
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worked secretly on behalf of russian government and business interests. the podesta group is chiva among these. quote, they are more focused on facilitate ors of russian influence in this country than the election. the podesta group is in their crosshairs. >> tucker: that segment ran last week provoked a legal threat from tony podesta today designed to shut us up. that's not going to happen but we'll tell you more about it in just a minute. last week we described how paul manafort used a sham group to lobby on behalf of pro russian forces in ukranian. those forces sought a number of changes to the republican party and platform. some of the changes are contrary to america's interests and values. they wanted the u.s. government to support the imprisonment of the ukranian president's
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political opponents. even some of the tony podesta's employees thought the whole thing was disgusted. today's indictment confirms our reporting, it is a mouthpiece for the ukranian president, yanukovych. it confirms the lock i didn't think groups including tony podesta's knew perfectly well that the center for modern ukraine was fake when they signed on to represent it. podesta's company was told they would be lock i didn't think on behalf of the ukranian president. in november 2012 manafort's business partner explicitly requested reports on lobbying activities so he could brief the president of ukraine yanukovych on what they were doing. it couldn't get dirtier. knowing they were acting as agents of a foreign government the podesta group never registered as foreign agents. failure to do that is against
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the law. in april of 2012 the podesta group filed documents with congress relating to its work with the center for a modern ukraine. they falsely claimed it was just a foreign ngo. the podesta group filing contained a deck legsration that quote none of the activities of the center are directly or indirectly financed or subsidize did in whoelt or in part by a for reason political organization. that was endorsed by the ceo of the podesta group and a former jeb bush staffer, all apparently a lie. moreover according to today's indictment the podesta group must have known it was a law. under the law the firm should have immediately registered with the u.s. government. instead the podesta group waited until spring of 2017, this year, to do that and somehow applied the status retroactively.
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by that point the center had effectively been out of business for three years, a little late. interestingly the podesta group filed those late papers just weeks after media outlets began reporting that people were investigating podesta's group. why would the ukranians hire tony podesta in the first place? even foreign officials in disisn't lands understood that tony podesta's brother was john podesta a key the clinton condition fit can't. it was widely known the two brothers had dinner together every sunday night. quote, they loved hearing that. even a native russian speaker said the podesta group was hired by paul manafort on behalf of for reason clients because the company was perceived to have a direct line to powerful clients. john podesta clinton's campaign
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chairman, john podesta had been close to bill clinton. how the central were they to the profit mod snell the firm's billing dropped dramatically, almost immediately after hillary clinton lost the race for president. that tells you a lot. mueller's investigators apparently figured this out. today tony podesta resigned as head of his company. his excuse? us. that's right he blamed us. in his parting statement podesta said it is impossible to run a public affairs firm while under attack by fox news and the right wing media. well podesta isn't just complaining about us, though, he's threatening us. this afternoon we got a letter from a lawyer with venable ll. a big law firm here in dc. the letter demands that this show, quote, immediately crease and desist disseminating false and misleading reports about mr. podesta and the podesta
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group. it ghndz we stop reporting on the podesta group and he said mr. podesta may pursue legal action to protect his rights. the letter warns us that we will face legal action under the copyright act merely for quoting from this letter publicly as we just did. the most amusing line is this one, paul manafort did not work with the podesta group in its representation of the european center for a modern ukraine. that's what the lawer's letter told us. apparently he hasn't read the manafort indictment yet. at the direction of manafort and gates companies a and b engaged in extensive lobbying on ukraine. the indictment says the podesta group and mercury were selected personally by paul manafort to lobby on we half of ukranian interests. so if john podesta's legal team has a complain it's not with us it's with the department of
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justice and the mueller investigation. podesta's lawyer wasn't trying to inform us of anything but to threaten us, to shut down our reporting on his clients. one lawyer said the podesta have used this tactic with people before, it's to use fear. we're not -- to paint a pretty clear picture of exactly what the podesta group was doing for years here in washington. let the facts speak for themselves. we're confident the mueller investigation will be revealing a lot more about tony podesta's lobbying practices in the near future. for a summary of all this, here is the one sentence cliff note to the whole affair. the chairman of one major presidential campaign colluded with the chairman of the other presidential campaign to secretly enrich a foreign adversary. that the happened, that's the swamp they told you needs to be
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drained. jonathan turley teaches law right in the middle of the swam, mr. turley thanks for coming on. >> thank you. >> tucker: you don't often hear people prosecuted for violating the fera act, the legal requirement to register as a foreign lobbyist. a lot of people do it, very few register. why is that unenforced? >> there's only been a handful of are prosecution's. to have it in this mix is odd. it's not exactly a fears charge to face. but it was brought nick. i think it sends a signal to others, like flynn, like tony podesta, that these are charges that could be brought. i think this indictment is saying the special counsel is prepared to indict anyone for anything within his mandate. but he's clearly focussing on these types of financial transactions and register violations. fera violations are deadly, some
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are registration violations. jurors tend to treat those as basically cut and dried if they're convinced you had to file, then you're guilty. you can secure these types of convictions. they're in a mix with very serious crimes. >> tucker: look, this whole investigation appears to be focused on the question of foreign influence. how do foreign governments affect american policy, the decisions our government makes? there's a law that says if you're doing the bidding of a foreign power you have to tell us about it. why is that considered a small violation? when you violate it the response like the podesta group was to retroactively file. the department of justice has allowed that. clearly mueller is not following that pattern. he is taking the view if you violated fera we can charge you criminally, we will. it would be hard not to see that charge brought against flynn. you could white out manafort's
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name and put in flynn. >> for the work he did for the american government. >> that's right. this is a signal to others that these charges are likely to be brought. >> tucker: if fera violations are basically looked past, and you can retroactively file four or five years and call it good, this is an editorial comment but i'm interested in your view maybe that's one of the reasons dc is so corrupt? >> when this first happened, my first response was washington is awash with russian russian money and the public are about to see that. this city has a real sword kid side to it. >> tucker: not just russian money. >> absolutely. people influence pedal. it's not exclusive to any particular party. what the democrat are experiencing with the republican investigations are a lot like sat tern, they dee vour their own. you'll see an expansion here bringing in other people. the focus does appear by mueller to be on the lobbying aspect.
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this could be a historic, this series of disclosures for the public. the public has no idea the level of lobbying. >> tucker: if you're working for a 230r reason power i hope you're exposed. >> i think they will be. >> tucker: congress eric swalwell is a democrat reporting california. congressman swalwell have you ever had contact with the podesta group? >> yes i've met tony and john podesta before. >> tucker: i'm wonder manager >> the name you should mention is george papadopoulos. you didn't mention that name. he pled guilty to working with the russians and lying to it to the fbi >> tucker: there are many stories of the day. >> he actually pled guilty today. >> tucker: that is not "the story" of the day. it's the story of the last 30 years that i've been in dc where foreign governments control what the u.s. government does and nobody out there beyond washington even knows it's going
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on. so i asked -- actually -- that's not true. >> that's -- >> tucker: it's not about. >> russia attacked our democracy and today someone pled guilty. >> tucker: we know the podesta group and mercury is led by a former republican congressman. i'm not flacking for them. i think it's a big deal when foreign powers give money to americans. >> the russians worked to help donald trump get elected. donald trump's team went over to russia and tried to -- >> tucker: we know about the indictment today, that paul manafort, who chaired trump's campaign but was working with this democratic firm to influence members of congress. we don't know which members of congress because you the haven't disclosed it. why should the congress be allowed to hide their meetings with foreign members from the public? >> they never worked with me. >> tucker: i'm not accusing you.
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there are 534 other people in both houses and they meet with foreign lobbyists and they don't have to disclose it. why is that? >> i'm in favor of disclosure. >> tucker: why not now? >> that's why it's frustrating to by donald trump's team. >> tucker: you're part of a body that is routinely -- this is in the practice he ocess of being . i'm asking you questions and you're part of it because the body you're served in hides it from the public. why is congress allowed to hide meetings with foreign lob universities from the public? 1. >> i am doggedly focused. >> tucker: including the congress. i'm asking you. why don't you help disclose it? how about total disclosure? how about if a foreign lobbyist from any country meets with any member of coming caulk or their staff why isn't it disclosed now? >> it should be. >> tucker: why isn't it. i agree, if you are a. >> i'll be the first to run out
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there and say let's do that. >> tucker: i haven't heard you say that. congress has a special carve out where you can do whatever you want and no one knows. >> i'm trying to get progress on an investigation where barriers are being put up. >> tucker: hold on. the investigation today told us and it's in the indictment. i know you read all 31 pages. >> there are 14 pages of a guilty plea of a guy who donald trump called an excellent guy. >> tucker: if he was a senior foreign poll ly sir guy at the age of 30 for no pay -- >> that's the president's judgment not ours. >> tucker: these guys, manafort who got indicted, gates who worked for him, hired these two groups, primarily the podesta group and they sent lob universities up to the hill to lobby on behalf of pro russian ukranian polly situations, when are we going to find out who they met with? >> after we find out who on it donald trump's team worked with russia. >> tucker: why are you obstruct
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trey gowdy? why don't you go up there and demand nancy pelosi order every democratic member who met with the podesta group represent on we half of ukraine to admit it? >> do you think this is more important. >> tucker: this is our democracy being attacked. they're not telling us who. and i don't know why. at the moment we're talking about what did russia do to hack the december mock skra sir. you're part of it. why don't you make them? >> russia. not russia >> tucker: you're calling me russia, i love it. >> we're under attack. >> tucker: you are standing right at ground zero for that attack. you are right there. don't act like this was happening in someone else's congress. >> it didn't happen in my office. >> tucker: i'm not saying it was. you're here as a member of a larger body, a member of congress that was implicated today officially by the justice department as parts of this conspiracy to subvert our democracy.
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>> a country attacked us. a presidential campaign worked with that country. >> tucker: let's start a moment of bipartisan come mod did i and agree that every member of congress should reveal every foreign agent he or she has met with in the last ten years. >> great. i'll tweet about you tomorrow morning. >> tucker: look in the camera and say my colleagues if you met with the podesta groups agents of the ukraine please say it. >> what about congress that covers it up? the campaign is over, the congress is still there. how much money do you think tony podesta gave to the dccc last year? he gave 30,000 and i'm wondering all the people benefitting from russian money flowing through the podesta group are we going to give it back? looks talk americans to
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american. do you agree russia attacked us? >> tucker: it sounds like they were up and walking the hauls of your build i. it will sounds like a guy got indicted today. >> do you want to make sure it never happens again? >> tucker: by starting in their own backyard. >> i didn't come here to defend one person. >> tucker: you didn't come here to have the truth thrown at you, which is the body in which you serve is every bit as much of the problem as any other broid in washington. the congress is influenced by for reason powers all the time and they won't admit it. >> i think a trump campaign worked with the foreign power, now we have to figure out what happened. >> tucker: great. that's right great. congressman you're a brave man to come on. we can never get democrats except for why. why have calls to investigate hillary clinton's campaign been ignored for months? we'll investigate that ourselves because we have no choice. stay tuned.
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♪ . >> tucker: today's revelations about the podesta group provide further reason to believe that ties between pro russia interests and hillary clinton deserve a second look. republican congressman dana roar bo bocker says he tried for months to get hearings. congressman thanks for coming on. we spoke to one of your colleagues from california. eric swalwell nice guy about the connection between coming and
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think and paul manafort. i think a lot of people met with paul manafort. >> tucker i've known paul manafort for 40 years. >> tucker: why shouldn't all members disclose that? >> well, i don't know exactly how much relationship he had. he was a major lobbyist. lobbyists on the democratic side and the republican side. what's important right now at this moment is that paul manafort has not been charged with something that he did during the trump campaign. what we were told was this special prosecutor is supposed to look at what was going on where it trump supposedly colluded with the russians and the stealing of the democratic national committee emails exemplified that theft. paul manafort has been charged with basically tax evasion and money laundering for something that happened way before the election. had nothing to do with trump before that. now if we're gonna do that why aren't we looking into hillary where it's not -- i think paul manafort supposed to have $18 million he in some way dee
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have aeded taxes on. what about hillary who got $150 million for the clinton foundation and bill clinton who got $500,000 in his pocket by the russians and guess who was supposed to investigate that? mr. mueller himself. he was the investigator of the fbi. let me the say this, tucker. i had a witness that was a -- basically a secret witness, an informant to the fbi. that were watching what was going on with the russians. and he was placed under a gag order. mueller kept him under a gag order all this time although no charges were ever filed against the clinton dz, we finally got the gag order released a couple days ago. when people look back, who is being corrupted? okay. no kor rupgs is good.
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as simple as that. having these people claim, you realize now, they never talk about the emails that were being highjacked by the russians from the dnc because now we know that the russians didn't do it. and so they dropped that. now they got paul manafort on something he did way before the election. now the american people have to understand. their attention is being diverted from the wrongdoing of the clint tons and this power grab of trying to prevent president trump from assuming the powers that he received from the voters in the last election by disrupting that with these phoney charges of collusion with the russians. >> tucker: a lot of people are marking charges about things they themselves have done, ready for called it tans ver genes, i think. >> god less tucker. thank you. >> tucker: republicans are being
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>> run, run, run. come on. . >> tucker: the campaign director for the center for american progress action funds joins us. thank you for coming on. i've watched this ad and i've seen a lot. they're pushing race war here. this is the single most disgusting unfair i've ever seen. i'm not an ed gillespie tart at this an at all. but i've never seen anything just identifying that. >> it's putting a mirror up to the campaign that gill hes i is running. a lot of republicans are disgusted with the campaign. it's race baiting. >> give me one example of ed
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guess less and i race bat sglg by putting condition federal statues at the time center of his campaign. saying immigrants are defending ms13. >> tucker: i've watched it really carefully. ed gillespie is on the listen fwral scale on immigration. he's nowhere near donald trump or me for that matter. where does he say most i am my the grants sympathize with ms13? >> the ads that he is running are race baiting. because they are making people fearful and bringing out the worst in people, trying to drive people to the polls. i think it shows he's willing to say whatever it takes to sell people out and try to get votes. >> tucker: you're defending an ad that has a racist driving a
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truck trying to murder children with an ed gillespie sticker on it and you're saying ed gillespie makes people fearful. have you ever seen an ad like that before? >> i think what's unique in the last year is a lot of people are coming forward with statements that used to be dog whistles are now overt racist statements. that's based on an actual event that happened. >> tucker: what did ed gillespie have to do with that event? >> i don't know what he had to do with the event necessarily. he's creating a racist environment where people are feeling emboldened. >> tucker: by what? >> he's never disavowed president trump saying that there are good people on both sides. >> tucker: i haven't disavowed it either. it's not mine to disavow. i haven't said it. >> it's not yours to difficults avow. >> tucker: disavow it? i mean so refusing to disavow, whatever that means, something that somebody else said now makes you morally equivalent to
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what you say the first person says? >> when he's running a campaign that goes to the core of it, he actually talked about our heritage when he talked about the condition fed directing your attention to machine u yous. >> tucker: but it is the heritage for a lot of people in virginia. you don't have to be racist. that's real t happened there. what are you supposed to say about? h it. >> massive rights, a woman died and people were beaten. he of the won't say with his policies that that is not something that we allow. it's ironic. >> tucker: wait a minute. this is actually, you're playing with fire mere. the fire is race. you're telling voters that ed gillespie hates them because they're not white. there's no evidence of that at all. yet some people are going to watch that and believe it. and it's going to bring us closer to real conflict based on race.
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it's irrelevant responsible to run an ad like that sgll what i see that ad saying is it's reflecting what communities of color are feeling about the rhetoric. >> tucker: maybe under assure them it's not true, that he did gillespie is not going to run down their children. ed gillespie is not going to run down your children with a truck. there's a sticker on the truck. >> we hear this from teachers, in virginia that the violent rhetoric is increasing. >> tucker: okay. look, we can debate it. but ed gillespie, here i am flacking for ed gillespie, i'm not a huge supporter but i'm offended by the unfairness and the creep iness and race baiting quality. you don't see that at all? you're suggesting that he wants to kill minority children. that's not a problem at all? >> i'm not suggesting that. i think it needs to be called
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out. this is the impact on communities of color and minority communities when you run a race baiting campaign. >> tucker: wouldn't it be helpful to run an ad and say you may fear that ed gillespie wants to kill you because you're non-white but that's not true. he's not a chance man who is going to murder you? why don't you do that? >> it would not be more helpful. >> tucker: that wouldn't help you the win the race. i get it. >> that's exactly the point. he may have a different perspective on immigration. but he's willing to run ads that are race bait 1234g you have defined race baiting to be whatever we disagree with. i think he did gillespie is way too liberal on immigration. where does that put me? >> it puts you a dissatisfied republican who should be dissatisfied with him because he'll say and do whatever it takes to get votes. >> tucker: you have him coming and going. thank you. kevin spacey accused of making
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most sin kl possible response. look, i don't have any idea what happened with kevin stacey, who i have nothing against, by the way, and this guy those many years ago. whether or not he's gay hardly seems like the headline. >> it's extremely sin i can cal and it started to work. when i saw his press release, i thought brilliant pr. i thought this is going to be on every talk show. he will becoming a hero. he will talk about the troubles of being closeted in hollywood and homophobe i can't and that started to happen. abc news, the headline was about kevin spaceys's emotional tweet coming out. from many stories you didn't get down to the sexual assault allegations well until the middle of the story and it started to work. what they weren't counting on was all of the meddlingly internet trolls were going to step? and ruin it for them and that's
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exactly what happened. now we have big powerful figures on the left like rosy oh done knell who are going after kevin space republican spacey for this. >> tucker: other than that, mrs. lincoln, who was the play? talk about burying the lead. why would news organizations play along with a public relations strategy? >> i heard his show got canceled. it's a shame we don't have a metaphor for a crumbling failure. it's typical these people are so much in bed with one another that it doesn't owe cure to them that this reaction would be like this, that people would catch on and see how disgusting it was. if kevin spacey the had been a good gay in hollywood f. he had come out years ago, people have known he's been basically living as an openly gay award for years. if he had been on the cover of
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glad magazine they would not be dragging him like this. they would be trying to bury the allegations about the 1 four years old, that he made, the allegations. >> tucker: i hate to it will be that's true but i think you're probably true. i notice a trend here which is when people on the left are accused of wrongdoing they immediately go to politics. harvey weinstein's famous response i'm going to devote my life to fighting the nra. they think it will give them a pass on their behavior. >> look, it's worked for so long. this response from kevin spacey's team was not negligent, it was bill theianity, quite smart. they were counting on this working. it was beginning to, would. now the reason why this has worked for so long is, you know, we're used to treating certain groups of people as victim groups, as deserving special treatment. and you know, this time they thought they could get away with it. now you have the gay community
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saying no you can't wrap yourself in the flag, you haven't been standing with us, it's not working. >> tucker: wow! the internet is unpredictable. thank you for joining us. >> thank you tucker. >> tucker: people laughed at him and called him a car an any of the when he said donald trump might win the next election. he's right. he was right on the news of the day as well. stay the tuned.
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♪ . >> tucker: scott adams created the difficult better comic strip. he blogs on line. he was one of the very first people to explain donald trump's appeal and suggest he might be able to win the press did he know sit. adam has a new book coming out tomorrow called win
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b bigly. what will be the effect of the recent ref lathsdz about russia and the investigation into its influence. scott congrats on the book. what do you think the take away? you're always arguing that things will happen but people perceive them differently from intended, often. what is the take away from the russia investigation so far? >> well, i think the big guest factor is there's so much russian stuff that people are overwhelmed, have lost track. are there six scandals? seven scandals? russia is like the harvey weinstein of countries. you think it's done but there's always one more horrible thing coming at you. the net effect of that is people can't follow the complexity of it. they're just sort of lost in it so they're going to default the taking the side they were going to take any way.
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>> tucker: we're sort of where we started out which is if you don't like trump you think he had something bad to do with putin and if you did, he had something to do with it? >> yeah, if you look at the totality of the russian drama and the players, you've got in a sense the lowest rated popular president ever but he's in a drama with lawyers and putin and hillary clinton. the only drama where he's the most pop lash person in it. i don't know what were the odds of him being the most popular player. but somehow we've found a set of players less popular than he is. i think he's going to come out okay. you can't get your hands on what seems to be the problem? he doesn't seem to be indicted for anything. we're just confused. >> tucker: things occur to you that do not occur to smaller brains than mine. your book is about persuasion in this weird internet infused
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world we're living in. if you could give one piece of advice about persuasion, what would it be? >> keep it visual. visual persuasion is the best. other than -- scaring people is the best. i don't like to give that advice, go scare people. >> tucker: that is true. it works. >> if you're going to try to sell a border solution don't say i think i would like to put together a patchwork of different border security depending on the terrain. you want to the say it's a wall, a big beautiful wall. if you want to the say we've got to do something about isis, don't say they have an ideology that could be dangerous to us, you want to say they're chopping off heads and putting people in cages and drowning them. that's the president trump method. it is very powerful, visual persuasion is always the best. >> tucker: you can kind of stick, i mean you could use it for deception but you could also tell the truth with images if you wanted. >> well yeah. we've gotten to a weird point in
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history where we used to say pictures don't lie. but now they lie all the time and not just because they're photo shopped. stuff is taken out of context. you see any photo of a bad person with another bad person and they seem to be hugging, you always wonder if that head photo shopped on there? is kevin spacey with this person? weinstein with this person? you can't trust anything any more. >> tucker: i work in tv, i know. scott, great to see you, good luck to the piece. fox is covering a full slate of prime time shows, shannon bream is going to be live at 11:00, her show debuts tonight but you will see her first after the break on this show. we're happy to have her. be right back. your
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news. the perfect night to launch two brand new shows when we're doing tonight. laura ingraham is on tonight for the first time. after her shannon bream. a full hour of news live at eleven. that's our ee air normally. i don't feel like we're losing anything, i feel like we're gaining shannon bream. what is your show going to be like? >> very news i. i think it's good you have two lawyers on back-to-back. there's so much to unpack with the in indictments, and what we are learning from papadopoulos. and was he wearing a wire. the fact that he was arrested july 27th and we didn't find out until the first week of october and making a plea deal and then we find out about it today, some of the unsealed file today said he was a proactive cooperate or and that if they had released that he had this arrest and appearance it may tip other
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people off and they might start destroying evidence. all those weeks we didn't know, was he wearing a wire? >> tucker: i'm glad i didn't have drinks with him during that period. >> or did you? >> tucker: no. you're live at eleven. >> we have no choice, i think it's do or die time. we have a former federal prosecutor on, who has worked with the mueller team. we have a head-to-head debate about this case out of texas, an illegal minor crossed over to the u.s. and wanted to get an apportion. ncaa on one side versus the attorney general, both joining us tonight to debate that. >> tucker: shannon bream, not only super nice, but super show. you're going to kill it. i will watch every night. shannon bream. first episode fox tuesday at night. 11:00 pm. our reair is at midnight. laura ingraham launches at ten.
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she interviewed white house the chief of staff john kelly for tonight's show. good luck to them both, not that they need it. good luck from washington. shan hadn't is next. >> sean: you do not want to miss a minute of tonight's show. welcome to hannity, this is a fox news alert. this may be one of the most important monologs i will ever give on this show. we have a major crisis. does america have equal justice under the law? it appears the answer is no. from everything we now know, there's a justice system for the clintons, the left, and all their cron and i for everyone else. tonight on this show with the result of paul manafort and his associate we'll show you right here how there is zero evidence of trump russia collusion. zero evidence of campaign clugs. and in spite of all of that the media has been lying to you all da


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