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her new book. sadly ran out of town. tune into the show every night. that's it for us. sean hannity is live in new york city. >> sean: a great show. welcome to "hannity." everything we have told you for months, it is coming to fruition. it's slow. it's frustrating to me today. the doj michael horowitz will open an investigation into fisa fisa abuses within the department of justice and the fbi. this is big, big news. we will explain why. we have been sounding this alarm about the deep state weaponizing the intelligence community night after night. finally we are one step closer to getting the justice we have been calling for and that you the american people deserve. this could not come at a better time. tonight newly uncovered text messages between trump hating
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lovebirds peter strzok and lisa page. also the attorney general jeff sessions is livid tonight at the fbi's lack of cooperation following requests for documents related to a number of important cases. the mainstream media in a frenz they president trump considering pardoning flynn and manafort. the story was fake news. james comey added one more top to his book tour. doing a town hall with jerry springer wanna be anderson cooper. that and more in tonight's breaking news opening monologue. it's official. 2018 is the year of the
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boomerang. our top story after months of ringing the alarm about the abuse of power the face fisa court system, the doj inspector general announced plans to investigate alleged foreign intelligence surveillance. the clinton bought and paid for dossier filled with russian government lies and misinformation was used to extend a fisa warrant on carter page and how circular reporting from yahoo citing the phoney dossier was used by the fbi to strengthen their case against page. shocking conflicts of injury. we are finally one step closer to getting to the bottom line truth in what is the biggest
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abuse of power scandal in the history of this country. of course, we deserve to know the truth. we are revealing the real and ever present danger to have the powerful tools of intelligence used against the american people. i then is slow. i know this is slow and frustrating. we are making serious progress. accord to the doj, the inspector general said in part, quote: this is interesting. additionally, they will review the doj's fbi's relationship relating to the fisa court applications.
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they must answer these questions. just a few of many. what did the fbi know about the steele dossier and when did they know it? what was the fbi's relationship with a foreign national with christopher steele who used russian sources? was the fisa warrant against carter page politically moteviated. my message tonight to the fbi and doj is turn over the 1.2 million documents that congress subpoenaed. it's time to appoint the special because you cannot ever investigate yourself. this brings us to our income breaking story. congressional investigators from the freedom caucus have unearthed even more texts between peter strzok and lisa page. there are over 50,000 texts. this is but a small sampling of what they believe could reveal
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damning new evidence that the fbi, the obama white house and the cia and the intel community were all working together in order to open up a politically motivated trump russia collusion investigation. why this is important. according to one text message from peter strzok to lisa, he made a reference to the first meeting discussing coordination between the fbi and the doj. this is that strzok writes. the congressional investigators believe this is evident that the fbi and doj meant to discuss the russian election hacking
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investigation. august 25th, 2016. harry reid with brennan about russian attempts to influence the election. then he send a letter to james comey urging him to open an investigation into donald trump. he wrote at the time: after the letter became public, strzok texted page a link referencing the letter, writing here we go. next the fbi used that letter as legitimate cover for their investigation into russia collusion and as part of the fisa warrant application against carter page. a trump campaign associate. that gets them all of the emails and right into the heart of the
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trump campaign. in other words, this was a coordinated effort to spy and bring down and tarnish the trump campaign. sarah carter and the house intel chairman will be here tonight and explain this to you. while we bring you information on the deep state forces working to take down the president and make sure president trump never got elected, the fbi is stone walling the american people and congress when it comes to requests for documents relating to 3 important topics including clinton's email server and fisa abuses and why mccabe was fired from the fbi. the release of documents has been extraordinary slow. as a matter of fact, it almost sounds like obstruction to me. so slow that the house judiciary chairman should a subpoena.
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the attorney general jeff sessions is absolutely livid with the fbi director wray. give us these documents. in response, director wray promised to double the amount of staff working on releasing the documents and he will double up their shifts. is this too little too late? should a contempt of court order be issued if the fbi doesn't comply with the subpoena? another top story. the media eruptd ed into a frenzy today over a story in the "new york times" speculating that "trump's lawyer raised the problem of pardons for general flynn and paul manafort." one tiny little problem with this story. it's fake news. one of trump's lawyer cobb put out a statement that reads:
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fake news. cobb could not have been more clear. that didn't stop the corrupt mainstream media from obsessing over the story during today's white house briefing. we have the evidence. take a look. >> are pardons on the table for anyone involved in the russia probe? >> i refer you back to the statement from ty cobb. >> can you say no one here discussed pardons in this case? >> i can say ty cobb is the person that would be most directly involved in it. >> does the president believe he has the right to use the power of his office to pardon to protect them from unfair punishment down the road? >> i would refer you back to ty
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cobb's statement. >> is he considering pardoning paul manafort michael flynn or rick gates? >> as i said an on-record statement from the president's attorney at the white house said from is no discussion or consideration of this. >> did the president direct john dowd to talk to the attorneys of manafort and flynn about pardons? >> i am not aware of any conversations. >> sean: everyone on the press corp appeared to be on the same page on this the bogus "new york times" fake news story. one reporter did not get the memo and he works for fake news cnn. jim was preoccupied with stormy. take a look. >> thanks, have a great rest of the week. >> stormy daniels, why hasn't he
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spoken on stormy daniels? >> sean: that's not surprising coming from fake news cnn led by the king of porn jeff zucker. and we learned that creepy anderson cooper, the jerry springer wanna be will host's town hall with james comey. to become the next liberal talking head. james comey, i already told you, you can divulge your deepest and darkest secrets to me and creepy anderson cooper. it's your choice. these are some of the questions cooper was asking. jerry spring jr. asking stormy daniels and karen mcdougal. check out the creep factor. >> the sex was consensual? did he hand you money? did he bring up his wife or
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child? were you in love with him. did he compare you to any of his kids. did he use protection. >> you told donald trump to turn around and take off his pants? >> yes. >> did he? >> yes. >> you were 27 and he was 60. were you physically attracted to him? >> no. >> did you want to have sex with him. did he use a condom? >> no. >> did you ask him to? >> no. >> after you had sex what happened. physically you have seen him in ways other people haven't? >> correct. i have been asked to describe that. >> sean: jim comey good luck. given the investigation by the doj's inspector general on potential fisa abuse, you may want to rethink that book and book tour. james comey, remember in this country, do you have the right to remain silent.
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you are still welcome on this program, mr. comey. we will give you the entire hour. this is the highest rated hour in cable news. i will give you three hours to my radio show on 570 plus stations across america. it's time to give the american people the answers they deserve. why do you continue to duck us? i am begining to take this personally. joining us with reaction. former chairman of the house over sight committee and reporter sarah carter. sarah, these new text messages, new documents show obama officials and the fbi coordinateed in the anti-trump probe. this is only 3,000 of 50,000 text messages coming out between the fbi lovers. it's part of the 1.2 million
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documents that they demand they turn over. >> these are 3,162 documents they had to peel aa part for months. they had the most difficult time because the doj and the fbi have not been forthright with the information. this information is explosive. why? it shows that even when brennan briefed reed and met with him and the gang of 8 in august 2016, early that month, jonathan working with the counter intelligence division of the fbi alonged it peter strzok and was probably peter strzok's supervisor, went to the white house to have a meeting with mcdunna the chief of staff for president obama. he entered the white house early in the morning. that august and goes into the white house with three other
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people not named on the white house log and doesn't check out until 11:59 that night. we don't know what time he left. he meets with dennis. it's about this. the russia investigation. that puts him just one degree of separation from the president. dennis is the chief of staff. president obama was well aware according to my sources of what was going on in the beginnings of this investigation. >> sean: greg, two points. the fbi stone walling on the documents. remember susan wright january 11th memo and meeting. comey is in. barack obama said follow the law. do is the right way. when you put all of those together there was far more involvement with the white house and barack obama than anybody knew. >> oh, absolutely. to believe that the president
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didn't know there was an investigation of donald trump, candidate for president, is to believe in the tooth fairy. >> sean: does that make him a witness? >> absolutely. >> sean: he should be subpoenaed? >> he should be. here's the problem with all of the subpoenas for the department of justice and the fbi. they should have been held in contempt already because they have been stone walling for a long time. jeff sessions awakened from his slummer and told christopher wray hand over the documents. we trust them to hand over documents. >> sean: rosenstein didn't want to turn over the 3,000 that led to the nunes memo and to the gram memo and america knowing about fisa abuses which was broke in march of last year.
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march 8th, 2017. >> that's why there should be a special counsel and a grand jury and not subpoenas should. a warrant to go in and seize the documents. don't let the doj and the fbi decide which ones to turn over. they will hide them. get a warrant. seize them. bring in federal marshals. don't let the fbi police themselves. >> sean: congressman, you have experience in this. i am looking at the process. i know the wheels of justice grind ever so slowly here. when you put all of this together. hillary clinton fixes a primary. comey, strzok, page, mccabe and lynch and others rigged the investigation into her email server. we know she committed a felony.
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then pays for a phoney russian dossier that a foreign national puts together. the fbi doesn't verify it. it turns out to be false. they present it to a fisa court judge and omit that she paid for it and never verified it. it's like pulling teeth to get truth out of the department of justice and the fbi. how do we get the 1.2 million documents? how do we get the special counsel to investigate all of this garbage and all of this corruption? >> july of 2016, director comey declared this was a closed case. there is no excuse to hide these documents. the oversight committee asked for those documents and they renewsed to give them. i should a subpoena in september of 2016. that's how far back this go. august of 2017.
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nunes fed up and issues a subpoena. now 2018, the chairman, a subpoena. >> sean: wait a minute, when they did they first ask for it? >> i asked for it in july of 2016 and issued a subpoena. >> sean: how do they get to ignore a subpoena? how do people get away that they could not keep me out of jail for? >> if you look at what the attorney general and the department of justice put out, they said they will review this request. a subpoena is not a request. if you were asked a subpoena and said i would take that under consideration -- everybody watching this program would go to jail. >> sean: what if i deleted it or acid washed my hard drive?
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>> that's why you need a special prosecutor will investigate these people. the only way congress can enforce a subpoena is through the department of justice. there is no avenue to get directly to a court. >> sean: i am happy the inspector general will investigate. we have been covering this forever. does that mean we have to wait another 4 months for the insp t inspector general report on the email server? >> i think that will come out much sooner. >> sean: but it's delayed another month? >> it has been. what we have to realize is within the department of justice there are multiple on-going investigations into the fisa abuse. into mccabe. i believe into former fbi director james comey himself who
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now has a book coming out. he is going on this tour. that will be interesting to see how that plays out. there is a lot of information that needs to be investigated. i absolutely agree with the other guests here on the show. we need a special counsel to do this investigation. they need to have somebody who can subpoena to get the information they need from the fbi and the doj. there is no other way around it. we built a special counsel investigation into a president based on a guy at a bar george papadopoulos. there is enough evidence here to open up a secondary special counsel. it's overwhelming evidence that there was something going on here between officials at the fbi and doj. >> sean: 3 of the 6 people who were on this deceiving the court and concealing evidence, 6
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felony statutes are not subject to the jurisdiction of the independent counsel. a special counsel can. with respect to these documents, if it were you or me, they will be knocking our office or home door and break in if we didn't answer. armed with a warrant. they would seize the documents you have to have a warrant and seize them. >> sean: rob rosenstein -- forget about 1.2 million documents, congressman. he didn't want to hand over 3,000. it was subpoenaed. in the last hours, on bended knee begging paul ryan don't force us to do this. which is we would not have learned about a lot of it. he appointed the special counsel rosenstein and it appears that
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he signed off on one of the fisa renewals. isn't that a conflict of interest? >> it begs the question. the 4 page memo that nunes and gaudy put out the door and rob rosenstein begging with the speaker of the house not to release. it the whole world and the attack on the intelligence community and the fbi. we look at that memo now and think really? that's what you went to bat for? this is the same fbi that went after college basketball players. expose the truth. >> sean: thank you all. we have two exclusive interviews when we get back. devin nunes will react to the big announcement today. also we will interview the fbi informant in this massive uranium one scondal. he was inside putin's network in america warning everybody and nobody listened. he is right here in studio
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> sean: joining me with reaction to tonight's breaking news that the doj inspector general will investigate potential fisa abuses by doj and the fbi is the chairman of the house intel committee. he's been in the forefront while his colleagues have been lazy. devin nunes isuous. i am reaching a point of frustration. the 3,000 page dump that you had to subpoena. there are 1.2 million dolts. -- documents. as we just heard from
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congressman chaffis. he asked for these documents in 2016. how is it possible that rob rosenstein feels he has the right to withhold not only from the american people but congress, people like you and the chairman of the judiciary committee. your job is oversight. we have check balances and the last time i checked the constitution, sir. >> the more they dig, the worse it gets for them, sean. we'll have to keep working. we have to keep breaking through this. eventually we will get all of the these documents. let me walk back a little bit of the history we have with mr. strzok and miss page. in october i asked what happened. i didn't get any information between strzok and page. we asked is there anything we need to see? finally we see a leak to the
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washington posts of text messages. we informed the department of justice we were looking at them for fisaa and other matters. they produced some of the text messages. they said that's all we needed. a couple of weeks ago the conversation between strzok and page talking about the fisa court judge. that's something the house intelligence committee is interested in. now the text messages you are talking about, i have not seen them. now that you have them, we will have to try to look through all of this to piece together what is appears -- >> sean: do you agree with what
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sarah and i believe? >> i talked to a few members of congress today. these are people who don't follow this closely. not on the house intelligence committee but follow it by the news. they were shocked and used expletives. they could not believe that the obama white house was briefed by the fbi on an investigation into the trump campaign. they could not believe it. i think that's the reaction you are gel from most publics of congress that care about this issue, at least the republicans and the american people. it continues to stink. >> sean: obviously obama knew. obviously use rice knew and james comey informed. this is a sticky point. january of 2017 president-elect trump was told by james comey the dossier is salacious and
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unverified. three months earlier he is using it and the fbi is using it as the bulk of an application for a fisaar warrant against the campaign associate of donald trump in the lead up to a presidential election. that allows them to spy on the emails of an opposition party candidate. this is not a game. this is the biggest abuse of power scandal we have had in history. you get these ridiculous people on the left making insane watergate analogies. this is about the powerful tools of intelligence and the fbi and doj exxonerating a candidate frm claims. who do we need to get the wheels of justice turning here? i am fed up. my audience is fed up.
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>> yes. there are a lot of irony in that. the left has continued to say this is watergate and trump will be impeached. now this boomeranged on them. half of the american people know that the democrats appear like they weaponized the intelligence services by using the foreign intelligence surveillance apparatus in this country to target the opposition campaign is totally unacceptable. that's what happened. people are learning the truth. i am happy bob subpoena these 1.2 million documents. we need those documents like yesterday. yesterday we needed those documents. now the difference where we were from a few months ago because of the obstruction and the cover-up the pressure the american people
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are putting on congress, asking why can the department of justice stone wall congress, i believe bob's subpoena will be enforced. i think we will get all of the documents. if we don't, we should move quickly to contempt and move to impeachment. one mistake we made, we never m impeached them. they got away with it. >> sean: if i was james comey, rob rosenstein, strzok and page, i would be very worried tonight based on the possibility that all of this is coming out. if we had an honest inspector general, i am thinking some might be in legal jeopardy in a
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big way. >> yes. at this time me tell you about the inspector general. here's what i believe. they have a job to do. i believe that in horowitz is an honorable man and will do his job. remember, there is a lot of pressures that come with that. the inspector general his boss is the department of justice. this is not a simple move for the inspector general to make to go after the top people in the fbi. this is i didn't think -- i am glad mr. horowitz will continue to look into it. i also have a lot of concerns no one else is looking into this. how can you have mr. comey testify to the inspector general. he won't sit for an interview. >> sean: so need a special counsel. you made a conclusion. after 14 months no evidence of the trump campaign nor collusion
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or any evidence of financial improprettyy with the trump organization and the campaign. over 14 months of a media reporting and your so-called counter-part. msnbc wanna be contributor who shows up on russian tv when is ironic. after all of that, do they want this investigation in perpetuit yes? >> the american people can read the great work our committee has done. find me one mainstream media has
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done any coverage of any significance on the findings. >> sean: they are too busy trying to act like jerry spring. last question. you watched our coverage. anything i wanted that was wrong or sarah or greg or tom or sebastian gorka? >> no, i think you guys have been ahead of the curve on this. a lot of times there is information that some of the reporters you mentioned have it before congress has it. >> sean: that's unbelievable. >> it's very tough work they have to get through because you have so many people. if you come out with a story just like the story tonight about the text messages you guys uncovered. you won't see this covered in the mainstream media. i guarantee you it won't happen over the next week. >> sean: we need the 1.2 million
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documents and a special counsel. congress nunes, thanks for trying to be transparent and honest to the american people. we appreciate it. william douglas campbell is the uranium one informant. to protect his identity we put him in shadow. welcome to the program. you worked as an operative for multiple agencies how many years? >> 30 years. >> sean: and you first got involved within a putin and russian operation within the united states in 2009, correct? >> actually earlier than that. my worked handed over to the fbi started in fbi. i was under formal contract and
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an associate partner with the russian government and its senior russian nuclear relationship that worked with putin. >> sean: 30 years you served your country in dangerous situations at times? >> yes, sir, you could say that. >> sean: life threatening? >> you could say that. >> sean: at some point, mr. campbell, your life is at risk. you see russians infiltrate the united states of america. living within america. you became aware that russia wanted to get a foothold in the uranium industry and were looking at uranium one. that deal was going to give them that foothold if it was approved by 9 government agencies? >> yes, sir. there was no question about it. >> sean: the fbi knew it? >> the bureau knew it. the uranium one position was a
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part of a long-term strategy by the russians. >> sean: did these russian crimin criminals. hillary clinton is secretary of state and barack obama is the president. did they express any specific clinton strategy to get her on board or any obama strategy? >> this was a criminal investigation of people i had reported. yes, the russians and the united states conspirators stated the clintons were implicated. that was not the focus of what i was doing. i didn't believe until the uranium one approval actually happened that the indications from these russians were solid about the clintsons influencing that decision. >> sean: did they have confidence that clinton would sign off on this deal?
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>> absolutely confidence. >> sean: confidence that obama would sign off on this deal? >> they were quite sure that obama and the administration whom they had deemed and labeled as being very weak multiple times would respond favorably. >> sean: are a patriotic american and you are risking your life. hearing that the country and the president is secretary of state are weak, i would feel bad for my country. >> i reacted to it and challenged my fbi handler as to why the hell all of the work done monitoring the successful russian strategy i reported since 2006 had fallen by the way side and approval was allowed to proceed. >> sean: what was the possible explanation? i can't expect any reasonable
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explanation why we would hand over uranium when we don't have enough? >> they were accountable to robert mueller. >> sean: the fbi director. >> who was overseeing my operation. looked at me and conveyed to me frustration and said, ask your politics. >> sean: it takes my breath away. this is an epic, the most spectacular failure. can you conclude, what is the possible motivation for people not to do their job at this high level? this is key to america's national security? >> it was political and they believed that hillary clinton would be elected president. they were gun-shy. they were political. and they turned their back on the country in my opinion. >> sean: thanks for telling us
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your story and the hard work and the danger you put yourself in for your country. an honor to meet you. when we come back president trump is backing the people of orange county of california fighting back. 's a full report on this breaking news night. a full repog news night. a full report on thi news night. a full report on thi news night.
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>> sean: there are breaking news stories tonight involving the white house. joining us life is the chief national correspondent. 20 below and here's edhenry. you still have a big jacket on. >> it's raining tonight. senior officials are cheering the fact there will be a justice department investigation by michael horowitz into what happened with fisa abuse. president trump has been pushing for this for sometime. some sort of scrutiny of top obama officials and former fbi officials like mccabe and james comey. attorney general jeff sessions said he wanted the inspector general to look at this. some supporters of the president said the inspector general would bury this and sessions made a mistake. this is a sign horowitz may be
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moving full speed ahead. on devin nunes revealed laying out how top officials in the obama administration got that warrant from the fisa court to spy on ex-trump advisor carter page. comey, mccabe and other officials used former british spy christopher steele anti-trump dossier without telling the judge they paid for that dirt. democrats were skeptical about the fisa abuse and skeptical the president will get any momentum on his efforts to crackdown on illegal immigration. the president tweeted out praise for officials in orange county for standing up to that state's sanctuary policies in california. he received a briefing on border wall prototypes. they already replaced more than 2 miles of a tiny barrier built years ago. they replaceed it with a 30 foot
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high wall like a prototype the president was looking at in california. the trump administration is starting to build this wall, not all at once but piece by piece. the president last story tonight. tweeting about north korea saying for years and through many administrations everyone said that peace was not a small possibility. this is a good chance that kim jong-un doll what is right for his beam and humidity. -- his people and humanity. the president wants to deal with security issues on the korean peninsula. >> sean: this is a story we have been breaking news on since. how can the democrats think the fisa abuse scandal is not going anywhere when they knew, the fbi
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that hillary clinton bought and paid for it. never told the fisa judge that fact. secondly, it turns out to be lies and none was corroborated by the fbi which is a matter of fisa law and fbi protocol. >> it's a problem for diameters. after -- democrats. after devin nunes came out with that republican memo. there were all kinds of allegations. when schiff had his bite of the apple, the democratic memo is not refute the key findings about alleged fisa abuse in the obama administration. michael horowitz was nominateed to a senior federal post going back to the george w. bush days. then appointed to a post by president barack obama. no one is perfectly non-partisan but horowitz is seen as an
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honest broker. it will be hard for democrats to dismiss this. >> sean: thank you. joining us the white house senior advise for senior communications. this would will be investigated. we are waiting on the first horowitz report and that's been delayed. it's got to be frustrating. at the white house that the wheels of justice grind this slowly. >> what the president wants is to make sure that they can look into the fisa and figure out if there were any political abuses. there has always been concern about that. that's what the president is pushing for. >> sean: i think there were abuses. she paid for it hillary clinton, they never told the fisa court. that's deception. the fbi has an obligation to vervie it.
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verify it and fusion gps never did and they leak phoney information. where does the president stand on the issue of the miltary? that's his number 1 responsibility. he had an increase in the defense budget. i can't think of a more important issue to national security than dealing the wall. drugs coming across. human trafficking. enemies can cross over at will. will he use the defense budget money to build that wall? >> the president is exploring a variety of options. the budget money with the 1.6-billion dollars agreed upon is definite. a down payment to ensure that we have border wall fencing and new construction. that's critical.
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there will be places already where they are going to be repairing this wall from a 12 foot wall to a 30 foot wall which will make it difficult to have illegal immigrants come to our country. secondly is the part of technology and personnel. you are talking about a 10% increase in ice funding. that's very critical to ensure that our national security is taken care of and that our the wall is being built. that's something and a promise the president is keeping. >> sean: he is our commander and chief. no brainer to me. roseanne is back next.
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♪ >> sean: all right, so after a 20-year hiatus, the hitch of "roseanne" is back in a massive, huge way, the reboot drew a massive audience last night in its premiere, and congratulations to roseanne and everybody involved. here is a clip. >> first, let's say grace. jackie, would you like to take a knee? >> but most of all, lord, thank you for making america great again. >> no, it's okay, darling. >> he talked about jobs, and
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jackie. he said he would shake things up. i mean, this might come as a shock to you, but -- >> have you looked at the news? now things are worse. >> not on the real news. >> oh, puh-lease. >> sean: we are out of time, laura ingraham in the house, how are you? >> laura: your interview with mercedes schlapp was awesome. she should be the next white house communications director. she is fantastic. >> sean: i love her, i love matt, and i think she is a good choice. >> laura: she knows him, she knows the terrain. >> sean: even what you get paid, and do get paid a lot. >> laura: i have seen that project of yours. sean, thanks so much, sean. i'm laura ingraham, and this is "the ingraham angle." we have some huge developing stories tonight. orange county,


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