we do want fun hour that was, every night 8:00 p.m. the show that's this one enemy of lying, pomposity, smugness, and groupthink. now sean hannity. >> sean: great show tonight, we have an amazing show. a ton of ground to cover, the president attorney for me new york city mayor rudy giuliani is here for an exclusive interview. the deep state is in overdrive, we've all been working to maligned and destroy the presidency of donald trump the person duly elected by you the american people. we will break down exactly why our two-tiered justice system is targeting this administration in the extreme measures that robert mueller is taking and others are taking to delegitimize this president and anyone who supports him. raking tonight, president trump is beefing up his legal team in order to navigate the special counsel's off the rails investigation in my opinion.
make no mistake, these are very scary political times in america, there are real consequences for everyday americans. we will explain why one form or political aide was forced to sell his own him to pay his legal bills associated with this witch hunt. it's time to dismantled dismanp state and hold the corrupt media accountable as they are happily cheering for president trump's political demise, and completely ignoring an amazing list of accomplishments. we will have all the latest media madness coming up in the development on deputy attorney general bob rosenstein efforts to obstruct republican members of congress from doing their job and getting to the bottom of the phis abuse scandal. the fbi's men mishandling of te clinton investigation. this deep state which we've been warning about you is going all out.
this week to separate major leaks from robert mueller's off the rails political witch hunt is now revealing the special councils determination to set a perjury trap for president trump. "the new york times" released a list of questions that he wants them to answer, these questions are all open-ended. they are patently ridiculous and designed to trap the president in perjury. what does the president think about james comey, what does the president think about a jeff sessions recusal? what does he think about the special counsel? let me get this straight? is robert mueller now the thought police, is it now illegal for the united states of america to have private thought thoughts? according to "the washington post," robert mueller has threatened the president with a subpoena if he refuses to sit down with an interview. don't forget that robert mueller was tapped with investigating russian collusion.
after 50 weeks, they have found zero evidence of any wrongdoing by the president. this is now a political takedown of the person you chose to lead this country. should we be surprised? this investigation is being conducted by some of the same people who are totally complacent it to using hillary clinton's bought and paid for russian lies -- the unverified steele dossier -- as actual evidence to obtain a fisa warrant to spy on americans in the lead up to an election. they lied and passed it off as legitimate evidence in order to get a fisa warrant from a pfizer judge to spy on the trump campaign. that dossier was never verified, never corroborated, has now been debunked and they literally never told the judge that hillary clinton and the dnc whose finances she was controlling paid for it. it is outrageous and this is the
united states of america. here is the who's who, what do we see? a bunch of big-time democratic donors including "the new york times" referred to as his pit bull andrew weissmann, he's given thousands of dollars to democrats. we've exposed is very aggressive tactics, they have caused multiple overturns and wrongful convictions ruining countless lives at merrill lynch and elsewhere. let's not forget peter strzok, he helped author hillary clinton's exoneration before overseeing the interview months later and of course he was so blatantly biased he was removed from the investigation of robert mueller. then you have robert mueller's top deep state democrats that remain today. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani will be here to give an
extensive interview to discuss whether or not the president should ever agree to an interview with this band of trump hating sycophants of hillary clinton. he will help break down the brand-new charges and changes on trump's legal team including two nights breaking news. just hours ago the white house announced that ty cobb will be retiring at the end of may and powerful longtime washington attorney emmett flood will join his legal team. first, we have a shocking story to bring you. this ongoing witch hunt is taking on real people who have real lives and frankly anyone who has ever worked with president trump or on his campaign. former trump campaign communication advisor michael cavuto told the senate intelligence committee, there investigation had a devastating financial impact, he's incurred over $100,000 in legal bills and during his closed-door session he told the senate what america needs is an investigation of the
investigators. i want to know, who is paying for the work in coordinating this attack on president donald trump? i want to know who cost us so much money, who crushed our children, who forced us out of our home all because you lost an election. i want to know because to gd yo hell. you still have the mainstream media they are pushing you forward, to aid and abet the deep state with his nonstop 24/7 obsessive, negative russia, prussia, russia, stormy, stormy, stormy coverage and in the meantime ignoring every major trump accomplishment. take a look at some of this week's coverage as an example. speak of "the new york times" is out tonight with a list of 49 questions that robert mueller we
president trump, we've got a lif 49 things that robert mueller want to know from the flesh investigation. >> you're saying he goes into the situation room to get away from the chiefs of staff? >> i'm told by one friend of the president on more than one occasion, he has been called by the president from the situation room. >> this tells us that the subject of collusion, despite what you hear from the white house, it tells us that robert mueller is not done with his collusion question. >> president trump's lawyers are preparing for a showdown with robert mueller. he could issue a subpoena forcing the president to appear before a grand jury. >> the justice department cannot charge a sitting president, he want to be a sitting president all his life. one day -- one glorious day -- he will walk out of those 16 acres and he will be quickly charged with a crime.
>> there is so much evidence in the public domain of collusion, we don't know if any of it rises to a criminal level but there is simply no question that the trump administration welcomed russia's help in sabotaging hillary clinton's campaign. >> it's why you need a deep state, it's why you need people whose commitment is not to the person but to the process and the law. >> sean: will forget about all the president trump's historic accomplishments, on the korean peninsula, were talking about denuclearization. forget about all of these developments, look at what the prime minister of israel did yesterday. there is a nuclear program in iran, record low unemployment in 14 states of the united states, record low unemployment for women in the workplace, hispanics, african-americans. the media wants you to believe the white house is in shambles? not not so but you know better. that's why according to a brand-new rasmussen poll
president trump has a higher approval rating in his second year than former president obama. if you're not good to hear that in the mainstream media. chances are, you will probably see this guy, michael evan oddi, a lawyer for stormy daniels. according to news busters, he was on fake news cnn a whopping 62 times in less than three months. but rosenstein continues to stonewall congressional efforts to do their job and get to the bottom of multiple serious issues. spying on american citizens, not telling truth to a fisa court. presenting unverified, uncorroborated information paid for by hillary clinton and the dnc. by a foreign national, lies from russia. i thought russia collusion and foreign nationals influencing our elections are bad.
earlier today, president trump tweeted a rate system they don't want to turn over documents to congress, what are they afraid of? why so much redacting, why such unequal justice? at some point i will have no choice but to use the powers granted the presidency and get involved and breaking today, fox news has learned that some long lawmakers have not been given adequate access to the document. if you have nothing to hide regarding the departments fisa practices, why not release them? were not released all the documents, let the american people see it. if you have nothing to hide in the handling of the clinton investigation, hand over the documents. nothing to hide on russia collusion investigation? hillary paying christopher steele, funneling money through a law firm, rush and to manipulate people to spy on a trump campaign associate -- handed over.
tonight, every single american needs to be asking what does rod rosenstein hide in? joining us now for an exclusive interview, the former mayor of new york city, he's a former attorney for the president, rudy giuliani is with us. >> nice to be back. >> sean: we've been through a lot together. the cities still benefiting. give us the status of the special counsel and what is going on with the president. >> the special counsel would like to interview the president, every lawyer in america thinks he shouldn't be. now our new colleague, emmett -- we're going to have to decide, here's what the it's all aboutd the american people can follow
this along with me -- are they objective. are they? a lot of things point in the direction that james comey is telling the truth and not the president. when you look at those questions about what is the president think, what does the president feel, what is he really desire? those are all questions intended to trap him in some way and contradicting what is in fact a very, very solid explanation of what happened. he fired at comey comey would not -- among other things -- say that he wasn't a target of the investigation is entitled that. hillary clinton got that and he couldn't get that. he fired him and he said i'm free of this guy and he went on lester holt, lester holt's interview was as good as anybody could do, better than i think any of the people around mueller could have done.
he asked them why did you do it? he said i did it because i felt i had to the explained to the american people that the president was not the target of the investigation. even jake tapper pushed him really hard, comey had no answer for why he didn't say this. i don't expect were going to have an interview with -- i would like to get one not under oath. i want to make sure they don't misrepresent his answers but this is an outrageous miscarriage of justice. please consider whether you are a republican or a democrat, whether you hate president trump or you love him like we do or like i do. spare him i think people know i'm pretty supportive.
i think the secret is out of the bag. >> i want to let you out of the hook. >> sean: full disclosure, rudy giuliani and i once had a meal together. >> you can't possibly not feel as a citizen of the world that his negotiations with north korea are much more significant than this totally garbage investigation. >> sean: let me ask about the legal team. ty cobb, john dowd, they are out. my understanding is ty cobb has been saying for some time he was going to retire. >> he has been enormously helpful, he helped me with my orientation. we wouldn't be where we are today which is in a very strong position if it wasn't for him and john. john has been my friend and colleague for 35 years, i have nothing but the utmost respect for john dowd. he had the right instinct about
this which is you're going to get him to testify over my dead body because he's trying to trap him. he had the instinct to see that. all that work didn't go for nothing, we got it all. jay sekulow has been the rock. i couldn't do it without him. i offer something unique, i'm a lawyer who knows the criminal justice system as well as anybody in america. i'm also a very good friend of donald trump. and i think i have the respective mueller, the fbi, the justice department. jeff sessions was my colleague. not just in the campaign but it in 1981 would he was attorney in alabama. they note the decisions i'm going to make are going to be in the best interest not just of my client but in the united states. as they are objective, we can work something out. if they're not, then we have to shake hands and go into a
litigation over do they have the power to subpoena? i think they've lost that power. this is a completely tainted investigation. >> sean: explain. >> you have an investigation in which mueller is selected to the day after he's turned down for fbi director by rod rosenstein who was there when mueller was turned down. there are thousands of people who could have been selected for that job also a friend of james comey and he seems to be the core of their investigation. i know james comey, i know the president. sorry, jim, you're a liar. a disgraceful liar, every fbi agent in america has his head down because of you. it would've been good if god would've kept you out of being head of the fbi. >> sean: explain where he lied. >> he lied about his conversation with andrew
mccabe, mccabe should testify against them. he only told the truth when the president said -- we know donal donald, it was donald before -- he lied about the fact that they talked about whether the president was a subject or a target and he immediately changed it. it's one lie after another. >> sean: rod rosenstein everybody forgets when he wrote that recommendation to fire comey, he said the fbi cannot be reestablished if he stayed. >> because he's a liar. his conduct of the hillary clinton investigation was a total disgrace. if hillary clinton had been elected president, he wouldn't have lasted past day one, we know she would have fired him. i don't think she would even deny that today. she was right, we should have fired him, when i say we, i mean the collective we, day one.
let me say one other thing. this is our best president in my memory. even my hero ronald reagan, he strained the economy out the way president trump did. but he didn't get this far ahead on foreign policy as fast as president trump has. look at what is going on with north korea. i told the president you're going to get the nobel peace prize and my proudest moment is when you tell them to shove it. sorry. >> sean: this is cable, you are good here. let's talk about the leak questions. i have been here in front of me, what did you think about jim comey, what did you think about jeff sessions. >> call me should be prosecuted for leaking confidential fbi information when he leaked his report intended to develop a special prosecutor for the president of united states.
i have never turned over -- you know me even when i was a u.s. attorney. i never leaked a thing. i would've considered resigning if i ever did that or if one of my assistants did it. did the fbi leak, did the sec leak, i'm sorry guys, you did. >> sean: there is so many lawyers i respect, alan dershowitz, our own gregg jarrett. they said the president should never spend a minute. you said it would be narrow in focus and you said no more than two or three hours. do you believe robert mueller is setting a perjury trap for donald trump. >> i have to remain open-minded about this because even though you might not see a clear avenue to quickly resolving this, we
know that our president will seek a resolution that gets a clear path to getting resolved. i would say right now the odds are he wouldn't but i don't close my mind to it. >> sean: when we are talking about -- this is really important. we're talking about the subpoen subpoena. in the subpoena means the present of the united states, the hillary standard -- the hillary standard is simple -- not under oath. wait a minute, you have a guy that hates hillary and loves donald trump during the interview, that would be the hillary standard. that's not going to happen with robert mueller. >> were not going to get that, could we accept something less than that, yes. could we accept a situation in which they are telling us we
believe comey who was now a pathological liar as opposed to donald trump, the answer to that is no. >> sean: i have been the most outspoken loudest critic in the country besides the president a lot robert mueller. a team of democratic donors, no republicans. people say he's a republican and a veteran, i applaud him for serving his country, i mean tha that. andrew weissmann, tens of thousands of people lost their job at enron. a 9-0 decision against andrew weissmann, who gets 9-0. for merrill lynch executives, overturned by the fifth circuit of appeals, he's excoriated twice for withholding exculpatory evidence. that appointment alone tells me this is a biased team. >> let me give you two different views of bob. what do i know that i could testify under oath? he's a patriot, next were nearly
good man, serve his country. did a good job with the fbi. i don't think he would be affected by malice or prejudice, however, i don't have an explanation for the people that he hired -- not all of them, i've dealt with them very briefly, i think they are very professional. i didn't deal with andrew weissmann much. >> sean: a disturbed by his record? >> yeah, but he would be disturbed by mine. i have an open mind about bob, i don't about comey. i know comey much better, i have the indignity of having hired him for his first big job and i'm embarrassed that i hired hi him. >> sean: he tweeted john dowd, this isn't some game you're screwing with the work of the president of the united states of america. north korea, china, the middle east, so much more. there is not much time to be
thinking about this especially since there is no rush of collusion. it's been going on, how many congressional investigations? there is no evidence of trump-russia collusion, how did we end up i'm there to stormy daniels? >> i think this is being done behind a mueller's back, because they come to him -- >> sean: he doesn't read a newspaper? >> this has become a witch hunt the president said. if you look at those questions, they are trap questions. a first-year prosecutor would do better than that. he's in very good hands, i don't just meet me, i mean jay and the whole team and ty cobb gets a great deal of credit for this, i'm looking forward to working with emmett who handles the clinton investigation. and then bush, this is not a political guy.
>> sean: he said if they are objective, we are more likely to cooperate. if they are less objective, we would be foolish to do that. >> i can't imagine they would take much longer, it's coming to a head right now. there's not much more to think about. if they can get us in a position where we recommended to the president -- you know president trump. if he doesn't it's going to be because jay and i and others say no. will stand up there and say we are lawyers, you've got to listen to the president. i think i am there because i'm his friend. >> sean: i think your background as an attorney all the years and mayor -- i agree with the president's statement. i have been very open and saying that this is a setup, this is a
subpoena, this is a perjury trap and let's walk through what if they issue a subpoena. what if they decided not to talk, they send him before a grand jury because it becomes tricky as alan dershowitz has described on this show. if the president pleads the fifth which he doesn't want to do, he said he doesn't want to do, then they give him immunity -- then what? >> i think alan pointed this out last night but not in detail. if they issue a subpoena, that will be unprecedented in the sense that it's clear that a president can't be subpoenaed to a criminal proceeding about him. why is that? fortunately or maybe unfortunately we have a real life circumstance going on that the founding fathers thought about. the president cannot be distracted by a criminal
investigation. you can always prosecute him after, they can get him when he leaves the white house. you can always prosecute him after but if mueller to said te tomorrow bring him in two hours, no questions you don't want and we are ready to clear him, i could not go to the president of the united states and say take two days off to get ready for that and screw the whole thing with north korea. how can any american do that? he's our president. he is going to negotiate i believe a nonnuclear situation on the korean peninsula. >> sean: nobody thought about that. >> you're going to interfere with that? that's why the founding fathers created to this immunity from prosecution and subpoena. if it's a civil case, clinton submitted because of the civil case. >> sean: were not written
answers? >> which ronald reagan did. >> sean: why not that? >> they said no to that. >> sean: the president says -- and they're going to what? >> at this point i'm not sure i would give written answers because they're going to try to contradict them. i believe that attorney general sessions and rosenstein who i don't know, i believe they should in the interest of justice and this investigation. there's been too much government misconduct. the crimes now have all been committed by the government and their agents. the lies by comey. it's terrible. >> sean: what are the parameters you would insist on with molar in 2-3 hours. >> never beyond 2-3 hours. i'm not going to have my client, my president, my friend -- i'm
not going to let him be treated worse than bill clinton who definitely was a liar under oat oath. he's being treated much worse than hillary clinton who had no right to any of that stuff. i'm not going to let him be treated worse than hillary clinton. i think jay and i will insist they are going to have to treat him the same way as clinton, two and a half hours, they end, we walk out, give us your questions in advance. he is ready to -- [laughs] he's ready to go! if we aren't careful lawyers, we just let him go. i remember the debates that i prepared him for in part with chris christie. did he execute? he did. >> sean: i saw you after every
debate. >> and he got better and better. >> sean: i've got to talk about something i never thought i would talk about, this is going to be a long-winded lead up to a question. i've been pointing out on this program, 1873, mishandling of information, it would apply to a lot of people. if i was subpoenaed for all of my emails and i deleted 33,000 and i asked to wash my hard drive, no one heard of bleach until hillary clinton and they busted up all my devices the way she had happened. i've never heard of an exoneration being written in may before you interview seven key witnesses and the main person hillary clinton in july, the person that does the interview hates the opponent of hillary clinton and they exonerate her for i believe obvious felonies. then they talk about russia
collusion, hillary clinton and the dnc funneled money through a law firm, perkins coie, a foreign national we heard wasn't supposed to be involved in our elections, christopher steele gets russian sources. the fbi never verifies it, they presented to a fisa court to spy on american citizens, a drum campaign associate weeks before an election. they never verified, they never corroborated to, they never told the judge in the original application, three subsequent applications that hillary paid for it and they never verified it. mr. mayor, were lost broken? let's start with hillary. >> yes. 13 crimes she committed, then we got up to about 18. i'm sorry, hillary, i know you're very disappointed you didn't win. but you're a criminal. equal justice would mean you should go to jail.
i do not know why the justice department is not investigating. >> sean: the james comey? >> james comey fixed the whole case. you can't read that stupid report that he wrote that said were not going to prosecute -- no reasonable prosecutor would indict her. no honest reasonable prosecutor would indict her. >> sean: he said yesterday, hillary deeply respects the rule of law, jim comey said that. >> while. this is a very perverted man. >> sean: do we have a two to your digestive system in? >> we have one for hillary and all of those democrats, bill clinton. >> you and i have talked about this, not just for president, but our country, there's going to be a witch hunt against
republicans. you have a man on who lost all his money, for what reason, he didn't do anything wrong. the president of the united states didn't do anything wrong. we are lucky we have a president who can focus, in a way it almost hurts him because they feel they can do anything to him and he's going to remain focused on north korea, iran, how do we help israel, what do we do about taxes? spew on the economy has an incredible story the media never focuses on. if we had the hillary standard, it would never be under oath, never be transcribed, -- >> all the witnesses that would be favorable in the room, immunized. >> sean: we write to the exoneration before the interview then we would disagree agree ty incriminating evidence, then either you or rush limbaugh would do the interview.
>> rush and i would not object. >> sean: is a political report suggesting that mueller would consider ivanka trump a target. look at hope hicks as one example. she paid more in lawyers and she was ever paid. >> i wish the american people could get to know her, she's one of the nicest human beings you're ever going to meet. she is very loyal to donald trump. i think the president would say this, she could stand up to him when she had to. what they did to her is outrageous. ivanka trump? i would get on my charger and go into the writers room with a lance if go after him. her.
if the go after her, the whole country will turn on them. gerrit is a fine man, you know that. men are disposable. a fine woman like ivanka? come on. >> sean: let's bring up the issues we've spoken about almost exclusively on this show. hillary clinton obviously committed felonies, you've identified them. i believe as you do, james comey rings that. they hate the president, they hated the candidate, they talk about an insurance policy. andrew mccabe lying under oath, james comey leaking for the purpose of getting a special counsel. >> also comey and mccabe contradicting each other. one of them has to be lying. i think comey is lying.
mccabe isn't a situational liar. if this were an equal system of justice, they would all be prosecuted. it's my biggest regret, i'm sorry to say this, in not having taken that job. >> sean: my biggest regret and i like jeff sessions, but he never should have recused himself. >> he never should've appointed rosenstein. >> sean: i've never heard of somebody being appointed or confirmed. >> do you know that rosenstein was with mueller the day he was interviewed by president trump to be fbi director, knew that he was turned down and then appointed in the next day? >> sean: did you know rod rosenstein according to reports that we have on this program signed off on one of the fisa extensions? the one with the unverified
dossier, the bulk of information as the grassley-graham memo? he signed off, does that not conflict with all of this? >> is also a witness to critical information. for a justice department that pontificates -- i told you. the only crimes committed are by the government. >> sean: andrew mccabe it said without the dossier, there would've been a fisa applicatio application. i would ask you, doesn't the fb fbi, and fbi protocol mandated that they verify, corroborate what they present to a fisa judge. wouldn't it be mandatory to identify the dossier was created by an opposition party's candidate and not as a political actor. >> absolutely. obstruction of justice.
invasion of privacy on no basis at all. it's a civil rights violation. >> sean: unreasonable search and seizure. >> if they searched you or me based on that we would sue them. i work with great attorneys general, my friend -- great admiration for michael. to watch this happen under a man that i love, jeff sessions, i feel bad. i know the president is heartbroken over this, he isn't angry, he's heartbroken. the two of them should recused m themselves, sessions and
rosenstein. were not supposed to get convictions, were supposed to do justice. >> sean: let me stay focused on the isa issue come up rod rosenstein after they subpoenaed the documents wanted to pulverize office begging him not to release it. we never would've had the devin nunes memo that said the bulk of the application was that the dossier hillary paid for -- my question is this. not only that, there were three subsequent renewals with the same false information, the same lying by admission if you will by not telling the fisa judges that hillary paid for it. >> sean: if i stand up in court at sometime in the next three or four months and i recie these back, i think the judges are going to look at me and say i don't believe that's true. how could the justice department have gone so far away from the
fair and honest administration of justice under decent people? i think the pressure on them was so great, they just caved in. there is one way to redeem themselves, get control of this -- remember senator stevens case? >> sean: he lost an election, then the judge overturned at all because they withheld exculpatory evidence. >> because of government misconduct, there's been more government misconduct in this case and there been conduct. >> sean: this was supposed to be about the trump campaign, brush and collusion. >> gone, he's been cleared of that. >> sean: my question is are you concerned in the process of this we did discover that a foreign national, christopher steele was paid through fusion gps, used russian sources that not only weren't verified -- are you concerned that was paid for, to manipulate
the american people in the lead up to the election? >> isn't that closer to the mandate than michael: michael ? that money was not campaign money, sorry. i'm giving you a fact that you don't know. it's not campaign money. no campaign finance. >> sean: they funneled it through a law firm. >> they funneled through a law firm and the president repaid i it. >> sean: there's no campaign finance law. >> zero. everybody was nervous about this from the very beginning. i know how much money he put into that campaign and i said 130,000, they could do a couple of checks for 130,000. when i heard his retainer of
130,000 he was doing the work for the president. that's how he's repaying it with a little profit in the little margin. >> sean: the president what about stomach didn't know about this? >> he knew he would take care of things like this, like i take care of this with my clients, i don't burden them with every single thing that comes along. >> sean: what did you think of the raid on his office. >> one of the reasons we would hesitate to cooperate any further, and i think this is the breakdown with dowd back in january that took them by surprise, that could be beyond anything -- that is an outrageous violation of attorney-client privilege beyond what donald trump's attorney-client privilege.
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>> sean: we continue our exclusive interview with president trump's attorney, rudy giuliani. i want to report to the american people the truth. when i talk about a rigged investigation of hillary, and i talk about the crimes that she committed and i interviewed you another great attorneys. and i talked about fisa abuses and the fisa judge and a two-tiered justice system, equal justice under the law, have i been wrong at all? tell me, i would love to tell the american people. >> you are right back in 2015 when i first started focusing on that chart i made, i have it on my cell phone. they are still not investigated. you're not wrong >> sean: but
russia collusion what was wrong with donald trump. >> russia collusion is fake new news. unfortunately, it has become the basis of the investigation. mueller owes us a report saying the russia collusion means nothing, it didn't happen. it means the whole investigation was unnecessary. all the rest of it came out of it whether the person or the political, none of it is relevant. meanwhile, the man is trying to deal with north korea, come on. and they want me to go to him and say let's take two weeks off to get you ready for a deposition? >> sean: this has gotten personal for those that are after the president. >> of course it has come it's totally personal. look at the press corps. look at the correspondents dinner on saturday night. >> sean: this was a short segment, we got to take a break -- it was horrible.
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>> sean: as we continue with president trump's attorney former new york city mayor rudy giuliani, i want to clarify something because i was asking you about perkins cooley and you said the money was not campaign money -- i'm giving you a fact now that you don't know, it's not campaign money, no campaign violation and i said because they funneled through a law firm. i think we were talking about two different things. >> i was talking about the $130,000 payment, it's a very regular thing for lawyers to do. the question there was, the only possible violation would be wasn't a campaign finance violation. which usually results in a fine
manatt this big stormtroopers coming in and breaking down the apartment. that was money that was paid by his lawyer, the president reimbursed that over the period of several months. >> sean: he said i just think the remember that he did it on his own without asking. >> i don't know, i haven't investigated that, no reason to dispute that, i like michael a lot, you like michael a lot. i feel very bad he's been victimized by this. the fact is, trust me they're going to come up with no violations. payments are perfectly legal. >> sean: let me go back to the main crux, the crux is we have a two-tiered justice system. the president is right when he
says witch hunt? >> yeah. sure. you can't explain it any other way. there never should have been under investigation. there was no russia collusion. we are now a year and a half, two years into this, there's no russia collusion, case overpaid >> sean: and falling all over themselves to investigate him, they have committed numerous violations including lies, criminal deception, outrageous search warrants like the one on cohen. how about we go back to paul manafort, breaking into his house? he wasn't a violent criminal. >> sean: why does this end? >> what they did to mena paul manafort, i used to do to the mafia. >> sean: how do you see this ending? you talk to mueller. >> they're going to write a
report, they can't indict him, i don't believe they can subpoena him. they are going to have to write a report, if we do get interviewed, they will write the report based on the interview. they won't write it by the hillary guy, he's not a special person, he's been entrusted with the safety of the world. >> sean: is this election in 2018 going to be a referendum on donald trump? >> were going to go to the american people and say you want to impeach the president? you want nancy pelosi running the house of representatives? forget it. you're a patriot. >> sean: when we come back, more "hannity" after the break
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and balanced, we are not the destroyed trump of media, we hope you will set your dvr. and forget us on instagram, on twitter, we have a lot to talk about tomorrow, let not your heart be troubled, the news continues on fox. there she is, laura ingraham. i have my football. i'll throw it easy, you caught it. it's a different football. it's a different football! >> laura: we do things bigger down here in washington, d.c., we don't have those baby footfalls, . >> had to pay for lights in the studio, -- >> laura: i can throw a football, unlike you. i loved your interview, there are so many great moments, there is news, were going to unpack what