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night. so cute. most watched and trusted and grateful that you spent the evening with us and our pups. good night from hannity is next. ♪ >> sean: welcome to special edition of hannity. tonight we will expose how journalism in america is absolutely dead. news and facts just no longer matter. they are now being replaced by endless cycle of fake news, liberal propaganda and lies. and right now there is no separation between what is supposed to be an unbiased press and the democratic party. they are one in the same. now, the perfect example comes from liberal fake news, cnn, the professional trump haters that found a new fix. it's their new sick and twisted obsession and here's a hint. it has nothing to do with russia. also coming up tonight, after a year plus of rampant speculation an
out-of-control conspiracy theory the media still cannot find any evidence of trump-russia collusion and they won't stop. and also new exclusive reporting tonight from the hill, the uranium one's fbi informant speaks out right here tonight about clinton corruption and the disastrous uranium one deal, the media has been ignoring it, something you will only see on hannity. all of that breaking news tonight plus the press is launching blistering attacks against president trump's new national security advisor john bolton and also tonight a quick commentary. i have some words for the republicans in congress because they have a fuming -- they can't keep their word and they stand for nothing and they have betrayed the people that voted for them. but, first, tonight's important breaking news opening monologue. >> sean: we start tonight with the big breaking developments. the chief of fake news cnn soon to be scandal plague jeff zucker has new profession.
profanity laced 24/7 coverage that would make a sailor blush is no longer enough for jeff zuric zucker and cohorts. the network is looking for new ways to outdo despicable coverage to date. you may remember some of this. >> is there a difference if the president said [bleep] hole [bleep]. do you think these countries are [bleep] >> donald trump has turned the oval office into a [bleep] hole. >> [bleep] hole [bleep] hole [bleep] hole. >> rich, do you have an example of any [bleep] hole country that the president referred to that is predominantly caucasian? [bleep] [bleep] [bleep] polish [bleep] i work for [bleep] [bleep] [bleep] [bleep] >> i'm proud to be a [bleep]. >> sean: part of that is funny but really sad. according to the media research center. cnn dropped [bleep] hole 195 times in one day during their round the clock [bleep] hole obsessed coverage. now that depravity is not good enough.
so jeff zucker is trying a new tactic to hold up ever sinking and shrinking audience. take a look. the so-called facts first network has a new fixation. it's like soft core porn. that's right, this is cnn. after the pathetic trump collusion conspiracy blew up in faces. cnn is going absolutely wild wall-to-wall speculation about a consensual relationship between the president going back 12 years or so ago with a former porn star or current porn star stormy daniels. it's stormy 24/7. take a look at what cnn now considers journalism. >> stormy daniels, i know have you heard a ton about that and we have to see where that case goes and what this interview is about. >> is that possible to come up in the stormy daniels lawsuit? will she be able to say hey, look, this lawyer is involved with a whole bunch of different things here. >> this could be the last nail in the coffin. stormy daniels is causing stormy weather. >> porn star stormy daniels claims president trump broke
the law. had her bull idea. >> dose stormy daniels have the president's number? it sure seems that way. president trump might have met his match with stormy daniels. >> how is stormy weathering this? >> stormy speaks. >> we're hearing quite a bit from stormy daniels. >> stormy in her own words isn't going anywhere. >> stormy daniels has a good lawyer. >> the porn star stormy daniels was telling the truth. >> stormy daniels is on a tear. >> quick preview of stormy daniels interview this sunday. breaking news stormy dables. >> stormy daniels. >> storm j dample daniels. >> stormy daniels. >> the reason he can't engage with stormy daniels is she has his number. >> sean: even a porn star can't satisfy jeff zucker's. former playboy playmate alleging sexual relationship with donald trump over a decade ago. pay close attention to anderson cooper's kind of creepy questions during this interview. take a listen. >> worked for playboy for
some time. you could see him looking at you. we call you? >> he would call me. i would call him. vice versa. >> sue had his phone number. when he called, did his number show up in the phone? were you attracted to him? so the sex was consensual? you said you should have ended on a strange note. so, what happened after you had been intimate? did he actually try to hand you money? did he ever compare you to any of his kids? this is a hard question to ask and but you said had you sex that first time. all these times you saw him, this was an ongoing sexual relationship? >> absolutely. >> can you estimate how many times you actually saw him. >> yes. >> you were i want mat. >> yes. >> many dozens of times. >> um-huh. >> this is another tough question. and, again, you don't have to answer it but it's been raised with other people. did he ever use protection? >> sean: this went on two hours. an alleged consensual relationship. oh, and she voted for donald trump. jeff zucker, is this what you consider journalism from your top so-called news anchor?
are you really proud of this? we could only assume that you are because that is all your fake news network has now been covering for about two straight weeks and fake news cnn are not alone. the entire liberal mainstream media has been salivating over this every single day and every detail. of course, this isn't even the case. remember when it came to bill clinton's accusers? very different stories. for decades the mainstream media has either completely ignored or barely covered the stories of juanita broderick, paul will jones, kathleen willey. in fact, take a look at how clinton sycophant andrea mitchell tried to smear and discredit juanita broderick during the 2016 election in reaction to an interview we did with then candidate donald trump. take a look. >> it's about groping and fondling and touching against a woman's will. >> and rape. >> sean: and rape. >> donald trump using that word unprompted during an interview last night with fox news' sean hannity. bringing up a discredited and long denied accusation against former president bill clinton. dating back to 1978 when he
was arkansas attorney general. >> sean: andrea just disgraceful what is even worse ntsb edited their online version of that clip and removed andrea mitchell using the word discredited. and by the way, take a look at some of these numbers from the media research center. 1994, remember paula jones she came forward with details about bill clinton sexually harassing her and exposing himself to her she didn't know him. cbs, cnn totally ignored the story. abc gave it a whopping 16 seconds of coverage. then in 1997 when paula jones legal team subpoenaed kathleen willey cbs and ntsb gave it a paltry 1:34 seconds of coverage. abc they didn't bother to even do the story. and that same day cnn evening newscast whopping 26 seconds on the story. 1998 when news broke about juanita roderick accusing bill clinton of raping her, abc, cbs, they didn't care.
ntsb did spend 7 minutes covering the story as they should have. this is all shameful and proves just how abusively biased, hypocritical the media in this country is. the media research center, they search their archives and they found these examples of the liberal press attacking paula jones. remember, she won her lawsuit against bill clinto clinton. >> take a look. >> if the case is fomented by right wing nuts and yes she is not a very credible witness and it's really not a law case at all. i think she is a dubious witness. i really do. >> we have an awful lot to talk about this week including the sexual harassment suit against the president. tough to figure out who is being harassed. >> is she not trying to capitalize on this? effect to profit from impugning the president? >> i have to profess complete confusion over this entire case why this is even a case. >> sean: the media covering for bill clinton gets even worse in january of 19199, lisa myers taped the first
exclusive interview with juanita broderick. i have the second interview with juanita broderick. back then "the washington post" reported instead of airing that interview right away, ntsb news president andy lack, other top executives sat on that interview for over a month. at the time, ntsb news claimed that they could not corroborate broderick's accusation so the interview did not air until february. now, while all of this was going on and ntsb was trying to bury the story. our colleague here at the fox news channel, brit hume and his panelists right here, they actually wore free lisa meyers buttons on air to encourage ntsb to run this interview. since they were sitting, of course, on a major news story. now that shows you just how far all these liberal networks will go to protect the clintons. think have now been doing it for decades. now, compare that to all the coverage cnn is devoting to stormy daniels and former playboy bunny. take a look at the chart
media research center march 7th alone cnn spent 149 minutes obsessing over stormy between 5:00 p.m. and midnight. that's just a couple weeks ago. the hypocrisy is beyond stunning. the liberal media doesn't want to listen to what any of bill clinton's accusers have to say? well, they don't want to even know that bill clinton confronted paula jones in a hotel room and put his pants down and exposed himself? that's not consensual. and on the other hand, we actually have care about the truth on these programs. we think these women should have been heard. here is what paula jones told me. take a look. >> we did some small talk and then he started kind of getting a little comfortable and trying to -- he said that he loved the way my hair flowed down my back of my clothes and he liked my perms. he leaned up and pulled me up towards him and was going to try to kiss on me. then i tried to distract him again. i was trying -- i thought what am i doing? my mind is racing. i said, well, i may need to
be going. next thing i know he sit down, pulled down his pants, his whole, everything. and he was exposed and i said i'm not that kind of girl. and i need to be getting back to my desk. >> sean: in the era of me too that's not consensual. here is another thing the media won't tell you about he lost money out of out-of-court settlement, that scandal resulted in five year suspension of bill clinton's law license and he was impeached. then there is kathleen willey. she says that in the oval office, bill clinton groped and grabbed and fondled and kissed kathleen willey against her will. here's how she described it to me as well u take a look. >> no woman should be subjected to it. it was an assault. >> sean: he assaulted you? >> yes. >> sean: he touched, grabbed, fondled and touched you and kissed you against your will. >> yes. >> sean: allegation not made by one woman.
it's made by multiple women. >> many of us. >> sean: then there is juanita broderick she accused bill clinton of raping her in hotel room in 1978. this was one of the hardest interviews i have ever did. take look. >> described a scene biting on your leadership and when it was all over he was leaving. said you better put some ice on that and casually put on his sunglasses and walked out the door. i told my friend who came back and found me that i was sitting there crying and so upset at the time. and i felt like somebody, that the next person would be somebody coming through the door to get rid of the body. that's just about how i had absolutely couldn't believe what this happened to me. >> sean: you begged him to stop? >> yes. >> sean: rape, groping, grabbing, fond ling, kissing
against will. exposing oneself. very serious allegations. the liberal mainstream media barely covered those stories. on monday night kathleen willey and paula jones and juanita broderick will join us on this program. i have a quick commentary on this big, disgusting bloated out-of-control government and this omnibus budget deal. republicans once again abandoning their core principles, their promises and really, if you voted for many of them, have completely betrayed you, the american people. now, g.o.p. lawmakers they got taken to the wood shed by nancy pelosi and chuck schumer. instead of showing spine, backbone, vision, and principles, republicans folded like cheap lawn chairs and then as soon as the budget passed, well they fled washington and president trump was left with no choice to sign this bill because it was either that or get blamed for government shut down or desperately not get the money he needs to rebuild our military which was delab dated under president obama.
nancy pelosi, chuck schumer, well, they were laughing at these weak and timid republicans. republicans should be ashamed of themselves. at this point have k. any of them explain what exactly they stand for? right now there is a huge distinction between president trump and the party that is supposed to have his back. look at the heritage foundation report recently. 64% of president trump's agenda has been completed, faster than ronald reagan's 49% in a year. which is pretty amazing because president trump has had little to no help from the g.o.p. and the g.o.p. has become visionless and feckless. these republicans talk and talk and talk a good game for years. but they never follow through or rarely follow through. remember the promises seven years they are going to repeal and replace obamacare as soon as they got a chance? that didn't happen. they blew it because deep down inside many of them were lying. yet 100 house republicans and a handful of g.o.p. senators, they would always do their show votes and they never had when it mattered the backbone to back up
words with action. the whole thing is disgraceful and quite honestly it gives democrats pretty much everything they wanted, billions in new spending. meanwhile the border wall does not get completely funded. hundreds of miles of wall should be built and built immediately. that's also good politics. and as the president said today, he will never sign a bill like this again. because the military was so depleted, well, he was angry to have to sign it because this is the only way he felt he could get the money. i personally wished the president veto this bill. made them stay in washington. make them keep their promises. what happened to the republican party? whatever happened to that party that believed in fiscal responsibility? we now need a revitalized second party, republican party. they need to go back to their core principles. if they don't by november, they will have nobody to blame but themselves if they lose. it won't be donald trump's fault. here with reaction former white house press secretary sean spicer, independent women's voice president tammy bruce and from the
hill joe concha. tammy, let me start with you. let's start with stormy, stormy, stormy, stormy. or this other woman macdougall. >> right. >> sean: both are consensual, nonstop coverage. compare that to rape, exposing oneself, groping, grabbing, fopsd ling, kissing against a woman's will. is there a comparison. >> there isn't. but there is actually one. and in both cases they had an agenda. here they have an agenda to distract the american people. everyone has to consider like with that andie earngd coon cooper clipping. what are they not covering when they're covering this. that is the problem. bill clinton years making it go away so they could cover other things that would benefit him. this is why this network is a factual matter based dominates. it's why your show dominates. why cnn is losing to things like naked and afraid and reruns of friends u in fact,
facts do matter. people do want information. and they know that when they are hearing gossip and that's all that it is they are not hearing information that makes a difference for their lives tomorrow or for the future. it doesn't help them make choices for their family. it reminds them of the melt down that's occurring. and this is, you know, the good news is with new media, certainly and with fox news they have learned what the difference is. you can have opinion programming, you can have a programming about the news that's based in analysis, and people are able to make up their mind about what they want. what they are seeing otherwise is information that has nothing to do with the facts of the matter, what really matters and, look, ms. macdougall looks like a perfectly nice woman. but even then she looked exploited. she appeared to be exploited. this is a horrible dynamic when it comes to how we want to be able to run this country and the rules of the media and the responsibilities of the media to contribute to our democracy.
>> sean: i'm not -- and i watched it because this is my job, joe concha and also your job. i agree with tammy, she came off as a very nice woman. and was expressing that she actually had a voted for donald trump. there is nothing here and it goes back well over a decade. there is nothing here that wasn't consensual. is this now the future that we're now going to find out who you dated, what you did? give us every detail? we will spend two hours on it and by golly that's what we will call news. >> the future appears to be present, sean. tammy asked a good question. that was what isn't being covered? and you brought up that mrc study from march 7th where 149 minutes was devoted to stormy daniels between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. on cnn. 44 minutes went to all other news going on in the country and the world. so i looked it up. what were a.p.'s biggest stories on march 7th? and it's pretty tell. one was a nor'easter that was slamming the northeast. one was -- another one one
officer killed, two wounded in missouri. but here's the most telling one from a political perspective. march 7th was the day after the texas primary where a blue wave was supposed to engulf ted cruz, supposed to be democratic enthusiasm in that state that may actually turn it red and it actually ended up being the opposite. so, we missed those stories because we are too addicted to we have herd the term state run tv bandied about. this was storm run tv, sean. >> sean: sean spicer we have exposed on this program i call it the year of the boomerang, what have we learned? hillary fixed the primary. we learned that in fact, an investigation was -- she had an exoneration before the investigation ever began and we know she committed felonies. then of course we know she paid for of all things russian dossier. that a foreign national put together for her. then we learned about fisa abuses. that where they never told fisa judges as they should where this dossier came from. it was not only unverified
and never corroborated, but it turned out to be false yet they got a fisa warrant. this is the biggest abuse of power scandal in history. they are ignoring all of that and rejudge tailgating or stormy, stormy, stormy. >> i have a theory on this and here it is. i believe the president continues to rack up results and accomplishments, 17 months ago he was elected. he came here as a disrupter. he has done so in a way that hasn't appeased the media. he is not behaving the way they want. he is not giving them the interviews that they want r. the time that they want. is he not going with the narrative they want. and making them work. use offed to be able to stroll in at 10:00 and be out by 4:00. now they have to get up early and stay late because this president is working tirelessly on behalf of the american people. what that means it translates they will keep throwing the kitchen sink at him no matter what on these other networks because they don't know what to do. they can't cover the accomplishments because it's
against everything they believe. they are so fundamentally opposed not just to conservatives but to donald trump specifically that they will do everything they cannot to cover what he is actually getting done. it's always about chaos. it's always about process. it's about -- and if you hear a bunch of the collision that you played in your monologue, they use a word like it seems as though the following could happen. they don't want to report on what's actually happening or the result of the legislation or the actions that he has taken. they want to talk about the hypothetical. because, in their world, all of the good that's coming is contrary to what they have actually believe. in. >> sean: well said all of you. thank you all for joining us. we appreciate it when we come back, the media's russia collusion hysteria still spiraling out of control after a year and a half of no evidence. we will explain as this special edition of hamilton on your corrupt media continues.race gallagher.
now back to hannity. ♪ ♪ >> sean: welcome back to this special edition of hannity. a crisis in america's media. the media has been absolutely obsessed with russia, russia, russia, and the fake and phony idea that somehow president trump colluded with the russians. just take a listen to the insane amount of coverage that they have given to this in just the past few days. >> new fallout tonight in the russia investigation. >> russia. >> russia, russia, russians. >> russia, russia, russia, russian. >> russian. russia. >> rush,. >> russian. >> rush,. >> the russians. >> the russians. >> rush. >> the russians. >> russia, russia,. >> the russian. >> sean: that was a sampling joining us now gregg jarrett and from "the washington examiner" fox news contributor byron york. one of the things i liked about your coverage is you keep going in a very different direction than the
sheep and the media. you hear the coverage. you see the coverage. house intel committee wrapped up their investigation, no evidence of collusion, no evidence of anything wrong in business dealings. you wrote a piece last night. what is your take overall? wouldn't we know by now if there was some collusion? >> i think we would. that was quite a montage by the way. yeah. look at what robert mueller has done look at the people he has charged. look at the people he has made plea agreements i has charged three people very highly placed in the trump campaign michael flynn, paul manafort and richard gates. you have to ask yourself if there were collusion these guys would probably be involved. they all did have some links to russia and yet all have been charged with crimes and none of those crimes have involved any sort of collusion, conspiracy, coordination between russia and the trump campaign. so, if you simply look at
what we have so far, we always have to be cautious and say we don't know what's coming. maybe other charges are coming. but these are the people that if there were collusion you would think they would be involved with it and they haven't been charged with that. >> sean: greg, let's go to this here they thought every step of the way -- they were certain in the media. they were certain that trump was guilty of collusion. the interesting thing is when i keep playing obama, just before the election telling donald trump lecturing him to stop whining and that, you know, no serious person could ever think that our elections could be in any way influenced by anybody. how did this narrative evolve and why would were they so certain and how could they be so wrong? >> the media's frustration and disappointment in their failure to find collusion is really quite palpable. you know, every time some event was revealed, the media ran with their hair on fire collusion, as if it were a crime that trump tower meeting in a flynn had
a conversation with russians during the transition. kislyak actually spoke to the attorney general. the carter page speech in moscow. all of this was by declaration of the liberal media criminal collusion. the problem is none of them could ever point to a criminal statute that makes collusion a crime except in antitrust law. and when they finally discovered that, i mean, i thought they were going to cry. you know, the problem is they don't know the first thing about the law. this is a case all about the law. and they haven't looked up the criminal statute or the case law on obstruction. they couldn't find any case law on collusion and so now they have resorted to interviewing playboy models and porn stars, you know, in an attempt to over a consensual relationship. >> sean: we have a lot to say about that on monday. you think about it though, in the process of all of, this we learned a lot. we did learn that the russians, they wanted to
create chaos. we did learn -- we know that hillary was hacked by probably the russians, the chinese the iranians, everybody because of the illegal server. she fixed a primary we know top people in the department of justice and fbi fixed and rigged an investigation into her server, exoneration before investigation. and then we know that she paid for russian information to influence the general election. that information was then used to obtain a fisa warrant even though unverified, turns out to be lies. and they purposefully mislead a fisa judge. we did learn a lot as a result of this. but it's not what the media wanted to find. >> you know, could i add one more thing also about collusion and the importance of not having any charge of collusion? because, remember, the conversation has turned in many ways to the idea of obstruction of justice that president trump has obstructed justice in the trump russia investigation. but collusion would be the underlying crime for that
and, remember, this is going to be, if the president is charged with anything, it will be in a political context. it would be impeachment if democrats were to take the house in november. and, remember, trump has already said, you know, listen, they attack you and they attack you, when they fight back, they call it obstruction. his argument will be are you telling me that i'm being charged with obstructing an investigation no something that didn't happen? >> sean: we shall see. when we come back, our hannity exclusive. we have the fbi informant on the iranian one scandal revealing what the russians thought of president obama and something the mainstream media has hardly been reporting as the special edition of hannity continues. you will see it only here
cammable. where is the mainstream media on this? listen to cammable describing the criminal activity that he exposed while under cover inside a russian state-owned company at the center of this scandal and how he was able to unearth all of this. >> they authorized me to make the kick backs, let me back up -- the contract was in force and ultimately when i realized it was a veiled contract for money laundering, essentially, and reported it, then the fbi began to oversee all aspects of the operation. there was very sophisticated piece of equipment in my briefcase and i staged it so that when i opened the briefcase and placed it
there in front of the russian. he would lean over and be highly visible reaching into the briefcase and taking out a tremendous amount of cash. >> sean: listen to what campbell says he heard the russians say about the u.s. and then president barack obama. >> it was very illuminating because of the indications that they made about the influence from the united states government. their arrogance about the weakness of our government. it was not easy to sit there and listen to it. they talked about the weakness of the president. they spoke -- they spoke about his weakness and in describing his -- president's weakness, this used racial epitaphs. which was not good.
>> sean: then, of course, zero mainstream media coverage. joining us now with more one of the reporters who interviewed campbell. the hill's alisyn span with us. thanks for sharing this tape never been seen before. never spoken before publicly. i'm listening to this, he knows what's happening in 2009 he infiltrated putin's operatives in america that had a goal get into america's uranium market. and they're involved in bribery, kick backs, money laundering and all sorts of extortion the fbi knew it and still allowed the deal to happen 18 months later and talking about how weak our country is why did they let this happen? >> sean, it's unclear, as far as doug says, he was under cover for six years inside as an fbi informant. he gathered a ton of information. you heard him talk about the scenario cam radio rah inside his suitcase. caught russian officials on
camera taking 50,000ness cash. he presented all of this information to the fbi. they assured him you know, this information is so good it's gone to the fbi director and it's even gone to the president. president obama has seen this information. so he was thinking i got this great information. surely this is going to prevent the russia's plan here in the united states and then he started hearing all these deals were going through and you heard him say he was shocked he was appalled when he heard these deals actually went through. >> sean: let me play one more. william campbell was assured the obama white house had been informed of his information. so it went to the highest level, robert mueller was the fbi director. hillary is the secretary of state. then the money flows to bill clinton doubling his speaking fees. money going from people involved in this. bill clinton foundation. but obama knew and he did nothing. let's play this. >> i was assured that the white house also had been informed because of the
importance on a national security side and it was actually a very enthusiastic commendation that i received from the fbi because my work had resulted in the white house daily brief being handed to then president obama. >> sean: knew all of this. we import 90% of our uranium. we don't have enough. it all happened and they had 18 months with an informant inside. how could this ever happen? >> look, right now have you democrats calling for stricter restrictions on russia, saying that russians are bad actors. but then you know under their watch you had an fbi informant inside rostrum telling. they are trying to make u.s. depend on russian uranium. during that time he was giving him this information you had the deal with
uranium one go through. you had the russians garner billions of dollars worth of new nuclear fuel contracts and they were able to get ahold of a large percent of the united states uranium. so, it is shocking. >> sean: all right, al alison, thank you for. joining us with more reaction is sara carter. have you spent hours with this informant. this is only the tip of the ice beg what he is saying. he knew the whole time. the white house knew, hillary knew, mueller knew. crimes were being committed, nobody stopped it. why? >> that's right. it's been almost a year since i have known the informant. and the trove of information, sean, that he has delivered is incredible. now, i believe and right now we know that the fbi has questioned him they are looking into. this they are we looking at the clinton foundation. they are looking at ties between russia, russians with rosstom, oligarch that
had connections with the clinton foundation. for a long time people believed that the fbi had shut down these investigations and that they were no longer looking at it what we know now is that they're and that they have interviewed william douglas campbell. another really important factor here that a lot of people need to realize is that during this time in 2010, he also provided the united states government with sufficient evidence that russia was also providing all kinds of assistance to iran with their nuclear program. and what's important about that is that in 2010 obama basically reset the. put in place by the bush administration. even though president obama had all this information, he still reset with russia. they moved forward and we can see what happened with that after the uranium run deal. >> sean: so ironic in light of the trump russia narrative that the media pushes every second of every
day. and the clinton and the media talking points on this have been this story has been debunk. this informant who you know and spent many hours with and aware of all of the evidence he has available and that he is now presenting, he testified and spoke to the fbi field office investigators into the clinton foundation. i always say in these cases follow the money. where does the money now lead us now that we know an investigation is going on that the story has not been debunk. >> i think what's going to happen here sean in talking to federal law enforcement who have conducted these types of investigations and people who were actually on this investigation from the beginning, they are going to start tracing the money. he provided the foundation. he provided the evidence, the players, who was involved, what they talked about the laundering, the schemes that were going on. now what they got to do is look at those players and trace that money.
see where the money went. the money that went even to bill clinton, remember, from renaissance capital which was the russian bank basically run by ssb agents, which are their spies that paid bill clinton half a million dollars in 2010 for a speech. other money that may have gone through lobbying firms that were then giving, you know, the global initiative part of the clinton foundation basically free services after the money came through them. so they are going to be tracing this money. they are going to be following that money and hopefully it will lead to some answers and could be a lot of trouble for hillary clinton and the clinton foundation. >> sean: we're going to see a lot of this coming. this was in december. this informant was interviewed by the fbi field office in little rock. all right, sara carter. great work as our special investigation into the corrupt media continues, there are efforts now to smear john bolt top as this special edition of hannity continues. ♪
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now back to hannity. ♪ >> sean: welcome back to this special edition of hannity about your corrupt media in this country. president trump's decision to replace general h.r. mcmaster with former ambassador john bolton as his national security advisor has made some in the media just lash out in the most outrageous, but yet predictable ways. let's take a look. >> mcmaster and we bring in john bolton. this is -- this is bringing in toe joe. he said no more stupid war. brings in the godfather of stupid wars john bolton. >> i think the president is assembling a war cabinet to take a war to bob mueller. he has joe gentleman november have a. and larry kudlow. to have a real war he has john bolton. only question will we find ourselves in a military conflict vis-a-vis north korea or iran or both. if the foreign policy goes
in the direction he has advocated we will be in for a very rough if not calamitous time ahead. >> this is a bunking broncho. >> this man has called for preemptive strikes on north korea and iran for the nuclear programs. what is going on with this guy? i find him to be dangerous and it's put me in a state of anxiety today frankly. >> sean: every day its hysteria. that's not all. take a look at how tin foil conspiracy theorist rachel maddow reported this on her show. >> we're going to need another wall soon. we actually figured out a way to make this one slightly larger like just by kind of taking care of the margins. you know how you can make your term papers look shorter? >> sean: oh, we have another giant list for you. check out all of president trump's accomplishments. things he has actually achieved so far. here's the problem with the media. they are not going to show this on any show on conspiracy tv msnbc, the whole fake news fake network
cnn. that's a problem because they say they are fair and balanced and they are not. joining us now american conservative union chairman matt schlapp and former white house press secretary fox news contributor ari fleischer. good to see you both. it's so big the list of accomplishments even the heritage foundation, ari, pointed out donald trump has gotten 64% of his agenda accomplished in his first year which is higher than that of ronald reagan and it's a conservative agenda. he is not a nationalist, populist, these names get thrown around. sure there has been some transition. there has been growing pains he has also been under investigation for a year. it's very unprecedented. a lot has gotten done, nobody ever talks about it? >> i will tell us because i know john bolton. even more is about to get done. john bolton is one of the sharpest savviest operators in washington. is he a true north. he is a principled conservative i welcome john bolton into this administration.
i love to hear the democrats talk about they are in a state of anxiety. have they ever not been and maybe they should move there. >> sean: well, and this is the thing the way i characterize the reporting it is nonstop reckless hysteria. it is bob woodward talked about how they are unhinged, matt. and i know it was bad during the bush years, poor ari, i wouldn't want his job i really wouldn't want sarah huckabee's job now or press job for that matter. >> that's okay. i console her every evening and she is proud of what she does. at the end of the george w. bush administration he was obviously pretty low in the polls and they were calling him every name in the book. bush lied, people died. warmonger, racist. you name it, they called him that. it's what liberals do with every single republican. the difference with donald trump is they just started off with all these terrible slanderous terms and john bolton is now having to
undergo this as well. and i actually think, sean, i'm hopeful. the american people see through this. the american people they have air in their lungs. they feel hope. they like the agenda. and this is something that, you know, gives the american people hope that someone is going to stand up and fight. >> sean: i want to fill in for sarah huckabee sanders one day. just one. i just want one day behind that podium. i wish, i should have. i missed my opportunity. all right, guys. thank you. coming up, more on this special edition of hannity special edition of hannity and you won't see these folks at the post office they have businesses to run they have passions to pursue how do they avoid trips to the post office?
>> sean: that wraps up this special edition of hannity on your corrupt media. it's all the time we have left this evening. we will always be fair and balanced. we are not the destroy trump media. we have an incredible program monday, the double standard as it relates to the treatment of, oh, juanita broaddrick and paula jones, they will be joining us as stormy mania takes
over america. we have a different perspective. stay tuned. more news continues. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham is next. have a great weekend. see you monday. ♪ >> laura: geeching from washington i'm laura ingraham and this is the ingraham angle. we have a fantastic friday lineup tonight. all live. lots of breaking news including just a few moments ago the president issues an order banning most transgender troops from serving in the military. we're going to explain why the president is taking this stand coming up. also, a new study claiming that the border patrol agents don't really want a wall. what? well, you can understand once we tell how is behind this report. plus, the profanity laced interview from one of the organizers of tomorrow's gun control march. you won't believe that and roseanne floors jim my my kimmel with a stinging ke