people who just came to plead their case in washington. we met with him while they were here. that interview airs tomorrow night. good night from washington. sean hannity live from new york city. >> sean: what about pomposity, groupthink? where did that go tonight? >> tucker: we are against them! strongly. [laughter] >> sean: i can to member them all. you should test me in the morning. tucker, great show. welcome to "hannity." literally we have more news than we can fit in one hour but we will try hard. another historic, huge, massive accomplishment, another key promise kept for president trump.pe the u.s. is officially open an embassy in jerusalem and not surprisingly, hamas is responding to the bold move with terrorism, violence, and protest. in other words, another typical monday for hamas. other major breakthroughs in president trump's plan to do nuclearize the entire korean peninsula. the administration is now outlining the plan to disarm the north korean dictator. a this comes ass kim jong un is
making at another major concession. he is now inviting the western media to watch the destruction of his nuclear test site. we'll tell you the details and a stunning report from the hills john solomon. he believe the story, under new conflict of interest for the special counsel. robert mueller. guess what, it involves a russian billionaire who is now part of the rush investigation. plus even more evidence that the special l counsel, robert mueller's investigation, is literally imploding before our eyes. major new developments generated by the fbibi potentially plantig a mole inside the trump campaign, i told you this was a busy news night, you can't make thisak stuff up. this falls in line with everything else we have been exposing on this program as a part of a pattern. we'll analyze. also the house intelligence committee chairman devin nunes, trey gowdy, they are saying the doj is trying to discredit their investigations with anonymous sources and leaking. sit tight, buckle up, we have a lot to cover in tonight's
breaking news opening monologue. ♪ the president has continued to up one massive win after another ahead of course of these all important midterm elections in 2018. now trump has an undeniable, amazing record of promises capped and accomplishments and by the way, every republican can now run on the things that he is done and this can no longer be ignored. today in israel, the president kept a major campaign promise, ivanka trump, jared kushner, steve mnuchin, other top administration officials unveiled the new embassy in israel's true capital, it's called jerusalem. the president emphasized the significance of this historic moment in a video message to the audience. take a look. >> today, jerusalem is the seat of israel's government. it is the home of the israeli legislature in the israeli supreme court and israel's prime minister and president.
israel is a sovereign nation with the right like every other sovereign nation to determine its own capital. yet for many years, we failed to acknowledge the obvious, the plea p and reality that israel's capital is jerusalem. on december 6, 2017, at my direction, the united states finally and officially recognized jerusalem as the true capital of israel. today we followed through on this recognition opened our embassy in the historic and sacred land of jerusalem. we are opening at many, many years ahead of schedule. >> sean: the israeli prime minister, a man who i have set for many years, has incredible moral clarity, bbah d not netanyahu, he attended this, and president trump talked about himm keeping his words and promises. >> last december, president trump became the first world leader to recognize jerusalem as our capital.
and today, the united states of america is opening its embassy right here in jerusalem. thank you, thank you president trump, for having ther promises. thank you, president trump, and thank you, all, for making the alliance between america and israel stronger than ever. his fee when there's a reason the prime minister and the israelisey are so thankful for president trump's bold actions. you see, for decades we've had one u.s. president after another promising over and over and over again that they were going to open an embassy in jerusalem but they never delivered. they repeatedly broke their promises. now what we continue to see over and over again is that with the president says he's going to do, he actually does. by the way, it's good politics, too. keep your word. what happened today in jerusalem as history in the making. even shannon.mike senator chuck schumer cannot help but praise president trump
and said this move was long overdue. not one single democrat bothered to attend this event, god god d they support the president. remember, joe manchin tried to stand for a second grade israel is celebrating this historic development, hamas carrying out violent, bloodied protests that have led to the deaths of over 50 of palestinians, over 1,000 injured, as these hamas inspired protesters have been setting things on fire, throwing firebombs and stones at israeli soldiers. the israeli military is also saying that three of the palestinians were killed after trying to plant a bomb. violence as e horrific, evil in our time, no one wants to see it. but it's all too predictable. the media really reminds you that the hamas charter calls for the destruction of the state of israel. keep in mind, as we have reported right here on this show, hamas actually pays the families of terrorists that get killed, trying to inflict pain and suffering on israel and
americans, too. israel has a right to defend itself, just like israel has the right, or jerusalem, to be there capital. israel is not the only place where the trump administration is making serious progress. more developments as it relates to north korea and kim jong un and what is now the making at of another concession ahead of his meeting and his son mike with president trump next month in singapore. yep, little rocket man is now inviting journalists from all over the world to watch as his country will dismantle their nuclear test site and facilities. even more evidence that president trump's peace through strength policy is more than working. you think about this. we've gone from north korea firing missiles over japan, threatening guam, threatening the continental u.s., hawaii, and the rest of the world, and to now we've got a little rocket man walking across the dmz, meeting with south korea's president,s releasing three american hostages just last week, and it didn't involve any
u.s. cash or cargo planes full of cash, and now the west is invited, and the media is invited, to watch and witness the dismantling of kim jong un's test site. don't worry, i'm sure the media is talking about russia, russia or stormy, stormy. one key factor in all of this, the president, president trump. he forced north korea's hand, his policy is continuing to work and tonight we are also learning new details about some of the issues that will come up at the studentt meeting. national security advisor john bolton is saying many issues are on the table. let's take a look. >> on the denuclearization site itself, that means all aspects of the nuclear program, clearly, the ballistic missile program, as with iran, with the intention of being a delivery system for nuclear weapons, that has got to go. i think we need to look at their chemical and biological weapons programs ass well. the president is going to raise other issues, the japanese, the south korean citizens who were kidnapped. >> sean:st talking about trust
but verify. secretary of state mike pompeo, who has been meeting with kim jong un, he met him twice, he is also laying out some of the details about a possible plan for the north koreanrt and current, korean peninsula to literally denuclearize the whole area. it would be amazing if it happens. watch this. >> this will be americans cominr in, private sector americans, not the u.s. taxpayer, private-sector americans coming in to help build up the energy grid, enormous amounts of electricity in north korea, to work with them to develop infrastructure, all the things of the north korean people need, the capacity for american agriculture to support north korea so they can eat meat and have healthy lives. those are the kind of things that if we get what it is the president has demanded, the complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearization of north korea, that the american people will offer in spades. eyes are wide open with respect to the risks.ec but it is our fervent hope that chairman kim wants to make a
strategic change, strategic change in a direction for his country and his people and if he is prepared to do that, president trump is prepared to ensure that this could be a successful transition. >> sean: the keywords of secretary of state pompeo are complete verify verifiable, irreversible denuclearization. president trump is not going to take kim jong un at his word like bill clinton did with his father kim jong il. if kim jong un wants the crushing sanctions to be lifted and the military office coast again, well, if he doesn't want that, he has to prove that he is completely destroyed his nuclear capabilities. this is what ronald reagan's policy of trust but verify means in action. we are also following another developing story from "the hill"'s john solomon, he will join us in a little bit, look at "the drudge" report today, it is a massive, huge deal. here's the headline. "mueller may have a conflict and it leads directly to a russian oligarch." you can't make this up.
according to john solomon, and 2009, then fbi director robert mueller was involved in a plan with a russian billionaire to rescue -- by the way, i don't oppose this, it will be clear -- i'll explain later -- to literally rescue an fbi agent and cia agent, his name is robert levinson, missing for 11 years. he was captured in iran. in exchange for this, the billionaire was willing to spend 20 million of his own money as part of this operation and he was given a special visa to enter the united states. noww the difficult part comes ot of the hypocrisy. it turns out it's the same russian billionaire the special counsel is now investigating in the russian probe but they kind of kept his name out of the indictment of paul manafort. alan dershowitz, jonathan turley are both telling john solomon fact this previous relationship with robert mueller is a massive conflict ofla interest as it relates to the mueller probe. we did reach out to the special counsel for a statement but they don't really like me over there. they did not comment.
john solomon will join us later with these details, stunning development tonight. yet another setback for mueller and his corrupt investigation. two fridays ago, the judge ts eliot the third called out mueller's probe is nothing more than a witch hunt to get to president trump, to get to impeachment, to get to some charges t brought against the president. another judge is not picking apart mueller's indictment of those russian nationals.on tonight we have more incredible information that mueller's investigation is imploding, and a russian company that was indicted by the special counsel, remember, mueller didn't think anyone would respond, is calling the charges baseless, and in court saying mueller and his hacks haven't even shown that the company intentionally broke the law. law and crime tonight reporting that the attorney for the russian company, he wants to see mueller's secret grand jury instructions, which he would have a right to see. the daily wire is out with a reportrt saying that the court transcripts -- get this -- showing that mueller indicted a
russian company that didn't exist at the time. according to the daily wire, a lawyer for this company said, your honor, i think we are dealing with a situation of the government having indicted the proverbial ham sandwich. that company didn't exist as a legal entity during the time. mack alleged by the u.s. government. if at some later time they showed that it does exist or did exist, well, we would probably represent them. but for purposes of today, no, we don't represent them. wow. andy mccarthy has actually quoted a saying, one thing you nevern want to do is indict in a case you are not prepared to try and clearly mueller's team was not prepared. they were caught flat-footed in the entire investigation is literally falling apart in spectacular fashion and the mainstream media is not telling you any of this. of course the rest of the deep state is also being put on noticehe tonight as they contine to be exposed. use of
"the wall street journal," unfortunately, kim strassel is d questions about the possibility the fbi planting f a mole inside the trump campaign. okay, whatever it was hillary? is a stunning new development, especially in light of the fbi later helping hillary when we know that it'snc incontrovertib, the evidence is overwhelming, that she committed felonies and crimes and obstructed justice and by the way, this is something b that needs to be fuy investigated and that means the department of justice needs to get off their and send over those subpoenaed documents. we have seen severe fisa abuses. the fbi lying to multiple judges about the clinton bought and paid for a dossier with russian sources, paid for and worked on by a foreign national. they got warrants to spy on a member of the trump campaign. of course the rapid, ridiculous 350% uptick that the obamani administration and unmasking during the 2016 election year.
then we've got to the criminalla leaking that took place, michael flynn is only one example. his name was unmasked and leaked, raw intelligence to the news media. of course that ended up in the case where we are now. it is beyond disturbing and that's why this deep state, if we care about the rule of law, equal justice under the law, equal application of the law, and our constitution, these people need to be helde. accountable. some members ofs congress are trying to do that. senator chuck grassley's demanding answers about sba's conflicting testimony over michael flynn's interview with fbi agents. remember, comey told congress he didn't think that michael flynn lied but that is much mueller ended upup charging flynn with. remember, this information, that was something that rod rosenstein and other at the doj, they fought like hell to keep productive in the name of national security when clearly it had nothing to do with national security. like they have been slow walking, read acting in the name of national security, just stonewalling, and the doj is
deploying one tactic after another to try and prevent congresso from finding out the truth about how corrupt this russia investigation has been from day one and the abuse of the fisa laws, and of course putting the fix in four hillary clinton. h now the house until committee chairman devin nunes and trey gowdy are saying the doj is trying to discredit their investigation by using anonymous sources to attack a g.o.p. staffer who helped expose surveillance abuses. this is pathetic. if our government uses the powerful tools of intelligence and turnss them on us, we don't have a country anymore. it proves that the doj clearly is hiding something. rod rosenstein begged for long enough to turn over information about fisa abuses. instead of turning over the documents, congress has a constitutional role of oversight, they are just attacking the congressman. finally tonight, a revealing report from "the washington post," trump's successors are so undeniable at
this point that even the liberal mainstream media is struggling to deny and spin them and democrats are really scared because there are 17-point generic midterm ballot lead has disappeared. even fake news cnn has a poll within a margin of error. one point in a reuters poll. there's a reason that president trump is racking up win after win. look at the major accomplishments in the last week or two. we secure the release of three american hostages, we didn't pay for i it, we captured the top fe most wanted isis leaders. we ended the horrific iranian nuclear deal, set a date for a summative little rocket man and north korea. the african-american unemployment is at an all-time low, 14 states have an all-time low, hispanic on employment at an all-time low. women in the workplace at an all-time low and overall, unemployment at an all-time low since 2000. the cnn poll shows that we have
optimism in this country at an 11 year high. atlanta federal reserve's forecasting second quarter economic growth at a whopping 4.1%. midterms are going to be about president trump's accomplishments, not this noise, narrative, that the democrats and your corrupt media have been pushing. here was a reaction to all the news tonight, contribute to sara carter, investigative reporter, and are a contributor dan bongino, civil rights attorney david schoen. all of you have done terrific work. sara, we'll start with you. you mentioned on the program last thursday, really, we have a spy from the fbi within the trump campaign, separate and apart for march 7th, 2017, on thisis program you and john solomon breaking the story about fisa abuse. >> it appears there was an intelligence source, someone connected to the trump campaign that had worked with the cia and
fbi. it appears that the fbi had approached this source connected to the trump campaign and ask for information on the trump campaign. i thinkk this is really importat because one of the things that was brought up today, just recently, was the fact that paul ryan and others had been screaming mad about the fact that they kept this from congress. they kept this information from oversight. this is the reason why chairman nunes was so adamant on retrieving this information. one of the things, sean, this story is considered highly classified. if this person was offering information to the fbi on previous cases, had worked with the fbi closely, it would be very dangerous to release that name without the authority of the a national security apparat. >> sean: look at the efforts, david john, let's talk about that story, just from the legal point of view, e your area of expertise. i guess more importantly, all of the legal issues that are amazing. fisa abuse. unmasking.
surveillance. no minimization. all of this, of course, covering up and rigging the investigation into hillary, it would seem that there should be a lot of people afraid tonight in terms of legal jeopardy. >> absolutely, and having no confidence in the special counsel, so-called investigation. sara carter is on top of the story. if it turns out there was a confidential source placed in an electoral campaign during the course of the election, it will be bigger than watergate. if you are right. >> sean: fisa abuses already bigger than watergate. they lied not to one fisa judge, four -- and rod rosenstein signed off on one of those subsequent renewal applications. theyob never verified, they nevr corroborated, which is not only the law, it's fbi protocol, and they never toldhe these judges where this information came from. hillary clinton, phony russian sources, by a foreign agent. sorry, i'm mad to. >> and the common leak that you
have tried together as a matter of omission.e they have not been straight with the fisa court, haven't been straight in the paul manafort case. this is going to have to come out. if this is a confidential source, you are not permitted to keep that confidential any longer. >> sean:th the russian bought cases dead. they never thought that these people would ever respond. mueller will have to drop it in my opinion. david, do you agree with that? speaker they've exercised their speedy trial rights. it's either put up or shut up. we are hearing remarkable things that their own company possibly was indicted. >> sean: [laughs] you can't make this up. let me go to my friend dan bongino on the political side, just talk about the president's accomplishments, including israel, north korea, iran, it's having democrats -- a bad position for democrats to be in. for them to get their little power pack that they crave so desperately to impeach the
president, that means the economy has to fail but the economy is thriving. that means foreign policy would have to fail. what a horrible position to be in for them. >> the democrats have never had an agenda to run on. what is your agenda? give us your money, your health care, kids, and a bunch of broken public schools? all they have is the mueller case right now. this been on cases collapsing. the case has been deeply conflicted from the start. two of his prosecutors represented people in the claims in orbit. one of them was involved in the email scandal. >> sean: jeannie rhee. >> and also, sean, one of the lawyers representing a source from mueller -- he will never believe this -- in the case, one of m the lawyers representing te mueller source was obama's white house counsel. >> sean: unbelievable. last word, sara. >> i agree. right nowqu grassley with the senate judiciary committee is
requesting all the documentation on flynn. there was going to be a lot of developments and they are asking for the actual records of the conversation between flynn and russian ambassadors. it will be interesting to see. >> sean: you guys have been amazing. john solomon's breaking report and breaking news, it's explosive, that's next. ♪ there's a serious virus out there that 1 in 30 boomers has, yet most don't even know it. a virus that's been almost forgotten. it's hepatitis c. hep c can hide in the body for years without symptoms. left untreated it can lead to liver damage, even liver cancer. the only way to know if you have hep c is to ask your healthcare provider for the simple blood test. if you have hep c, it can be cured. for us, it's time to get tested. it's the only way to know for sure. and i'm the founder of ugmonk. before shipstation it was crazy. it's great when you see a hundred orders come in, a hundred orders come in, but then you realize i've got a hundred orders i have to ship out. shipstation streamlined that wh
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concerned about that one bit. i don't care. i think any effort to save in america, robert mueller and the fbi, i am all for it. i want to be very clear. the issue becomes the hypocrisy of this. this is the same russian oligarch that they are using in the manner paul manafort case y never pointed it o out. that is a problem for me. not the little laws that were cited, there might be a violation of law but i'm kind of glad they tried hard to save this guy. that is my natural gut. >> i think the real question is the whole russia collusion case. did someone ask a favor of russia? six or seven years before collusion was a twinkle in the public's imagination, the fbi asked the favor of the same oligarch, the oligarch that is now n a client and a witness against paul manafort and there is no disclosure. the public doesn't know it, it doesn't appear that the courts know it. f >> sean: to the fbi and
mueller ever tell congress that they talked to the oligarch to fund this? they got the russian oligarch to pay 25 million. a part of me thinks it's jeannie's. then they will use the same guy against manafort and don't mention that you know the guy. >> i talked to senate intelligence, house c intelligee committee chairman from that time, they both said that they wered never briefed and they wee surprised to learn that such an operation occurred without congress being informed. >> sean: i know people are talking about the legality of news, the specific law, the antideficiency act, which prohibits theta government from accepting voluntary services. you know what, that to me is total b.s. this is like idiotic bureaucracy. i want the americans safe. i want us fighting to save that american. i'm notot faulting mueller for that, i'm applauding him, which surprises some people. it's the hypocrisy. they didn't mention that it was the same oligarch in the manafort case.
a purposely kept his name out of out of it. >> sean, your show has demonstrated this isbe but one conflict of interest. any one of the conflict of interest could be brushed aside. viewed i in their totality, it shows how corrupt and biased for this investigation is. also an important point on this oligarch, senator tom cotton asked a question in february as to whetherer or not he was involved in the drafting of the dossier with christopher steele. christopher wray would not answer that question. >> sean: better pull a tape. >> very important that this oligarch could have had a root role in telling lies about donald trump. >> sean: you do point out, not only the hypocrisy, double standard, what clearly seems to be something they are trying to hide in this a case. what other issues that surround the things that you discovered? you cite dozens of people, at least a dozen, 14 people in your article as it sources.
to speak of the people that first approached me were robert mueller's old comrades at the fbi who thought it was odd that they had asked this behavior mike favor of him, but he's missing from the case. i want to go back to something the congressman said. when you wake up tomorrow morning, i think you will know the answer to what deripaska did with the fbi in relationship to the dossier. stay tuned tomorrow morning. you will learn something very important about deripaska. >> sean: did deripaska have something to do with the dossier? stop doing my job. >> may be what he said about the allegations that will be the news. >> sean: you know anything about this? >> only that senator cotton seems to be on the trail and that we did not get answers in open hearings. that raises a lot of questions. >> sean: people have been asking where you have been. you've had a lot going on. you weren't feeling well. welcome back. we are glad to have you back. good to see you. >> i know we are all praying for a speedy recovery of our fantastic first lady.
>> sean: amen. she's been amazing and the media has been so gracious to her. i'm sick of it. good to see you.se when we come back, the secretary of state, amazing interview that mike pompeo, he gives us a glimpse into what it's like to meet little rocket man, kim jong un. we'll check in with sebastian gorka and geraldo rivera and so much more, stay with us. ♪ m for leisure. so i go national, where i can choose any available upgrade in the aisle - without starting any conversations- -or paying any upcharges. what can i say? control suits me. go national. go like a pro.
>> sean: all right. we were just discussing >> sean: as we were just discussing, first lady melania trump undergoing a procedure at walter reed hospital to treat a kidney condition. joining us from walter reed with more news is fox news correspondent kristin fisher. what is the latest on the first lady? >> the white house says that everything went well. she is recovering and she's in good spirits. keep in mind, she is expected to stay at the hospital at walter reed for the rest of the week. so anytime you are in the hospital for a week, that is a pretty serious thing. the vice president said this is the procedure that was planned a
long time ago a but the public d the press only found out about it after it was over. they found out about it. a statement that the white house put out. "this morning, first lady melania trump over underwent an embolism procedure to take care of a kidney." we don't know what the procedure is but it's typically used to treat tumors. it seems that it was a benign tumor. they take a catheter, put it in an artery, and inject particles into the blood vessels surrounding the tumor, cutting off the blood supply and killing it.ll that is what happened here. by all accounts, it was a success. as for the president, he came and visited his wife a few hours ago here at walter reed and the reason he didn't come here in thehe morning when the procedure was happening, we are told, because he didn't want to tip off the press. anywhere the president goes, the press will follow.
clearly the white house wanted to keep it a secret. the first lady, of course, a very private person. it really is remarkable that on a day when president trump president trump is tweeting about two weeks, this is one thing thate did not get out before it was supposed to, and everyone here is wishing the first lady a speedy and full recovery tonight. >> sean: thank you. i would argue, it's none of their business ahead of time. our thoughts and prayers are l with the first lady. last year president trump took heat from the left-wingme mainstream destroy-trump-media for referring to north korean dictator kim jong un is a little rocket man. remember this. >> and by the way, rocket man showed up and handled a long time ago. [cheers and applause]he he should have been handled a long time ago by clinton. i want to mention the republicans. by obama.
this is a different time. this should have been handled eight years ago and four years ago and honestly -- and 15 years ago. in 20 years ago, and 25 years ago. this shouldn't be handled to now but i'm going to handle it because we have to handle it. >> sean: s you remember at the time while people in the media criticize the president's tough rhetoric, it has clearly worked, nowt the insect -- the summit it for next month. mike pompeo was asked to describe what struck him about the north korean dictator. >> he is very knowledgeable in that he knows the files. he's very capable of engaging in complex set of discussions, when i ask him a question about something that is a little off, he answers it. it is chairman kim, in this case, interacting with me directly, having a robust
discussion about what thewe outlines of a successful negotiation between our two countries might ultimately be. >> sean: here with reaction, former deputy assistant to the president, fox news national security strategist sebastian gorka and author of the best seller, a friend, we don't always agree, but he is my brother, geraldo rivera. good to see both of you. let me start with you, geraldo. i've always been a fan. pompeo is a genius. i've beenn a fan of his for a long time. i'm glad he's our secretary of state. what he says to me is very impressive. think about this. drumm calls him a little rocket man, he shows military force, puts sanctions in place, the rockets stopped being fired, the world a safer, three hostages are released come across as the dmc, talking about denuclearizing, denuclearization of the korean peninsula. good story. >> i will say. consider how much we have traveled since the olympics, just since the
olympics, sean. i was a diplomat, i would say i was cautiously optimistic. i'm not a diplomat and i'm not very diplomatic. >> sean: no kidding. [laughs] we know you. i didn't mean to interrupt. >> that's it. i justha feel that we've moved o far and pompeo is a very nuts and bolts kind of guy. it's not pie in the sky, it is not wishful thinking on the part of president trump. these are real, meaningful steps, the release of the hostages, the announcement that in two weeks they'll be blowing up the tunnels to his testing facilities, the fact that he's agreeing to dismantle. >> sean: in front of the western media, geraldo. >> i mean, it is spectacular, sean. if this w is indeed what is goig to happen, this is the biggest move toward peace since the founding of the united nations. >> sean: that and literally thell alliance that has been created by the president, israel, the jordanians, egyptians, saudis, emirates,
against iranian hegemony. no cargo planes of cash, dr. gorka. a huge difference. >> it's amazing what a difference one election can make, sean. it truly is. these are the kinds of results you would be proud of at the end of a two trump presidency. i was in touch with mike pompeo today, spirits are very, very high. we have to be cautious. remember, this is a dictatorship, this is a regime that has kept its people prisoner. at the end of the day, you put these things on a whiteboard, and just 15 months, all of these things have been achieved. it would have been remarkable to have a summit on korean peace in eight years' time, not next week or the week after, so it's stunning. from the 70th birthday of the modern israeli state to the opening of the embassy, the hits just keep on coming. >> sean: geraldo, i will say this, between that, pulling out of the irani india, great news
on the economy, everything in between, i mean, all the noise, i argue, is not going to mean a thing when i it comes to the 208 election. i believe this election will be about the economy doing so much better, a world being a safer place, a president keeping his promises, and a desire to roll backmp tax cuts and impeach the president will be on the ballot in every congressional district. >> you know, it's interesting that you say that. i agree. you know who else agrees, "the new york times" we can review had an article that i thought was very, very telling. they said l that liberals are so smug, they know it all, they are so sure that they have god on their side and met trump is the devil incarnate, that their attitude is going to lead them down the primrose path. president trump is doing a spectacular job with the economy, as you mentioned, african-american unemployment, hispanic unemployment, female
unemployment, all indicators of optimism. everything points up. if he can deliver this, a true denuclearize korean peninsula, the clock, the atomic clock that takes toward midnight, will have to be setback five, 10 minutes. it is really a profound step in the right direction. >> sean: we give dr. gorka the last word. >> sean, geraldo, the presidentp makes promises, he keeps promises, and this is what's making america great again looks like. we will have seven more years of it, and eight years of president pence. >> sean: what about president geraldo? >> was about president hannity? >> sean: [laughs] everyone is writing stories about me. nobody knows me. you two know me. thank you, both. when we come back, he's a lunatic, he's the anti-semitic, nation of islam leader louis farrakhan now targeting
>> sean: all right. screwy louis, nation of islam >> sean: screwy louis nation of islam leader louis farrakhan is trashing president trump on one of his ridiculous rants. he tweeted out a video with the caption "mr. trump, america is losing.he you are the country into deep trouble." listen to louis farrakhan. >> mr. trump, you have to be careful, because i did say on a sister station that if we voted foro trump, he's going to take america to hell on a rocket ship. and america he thinks is gaming
by the bullying, by the threats. no, mr. trump. america is losing and if america triggers the third world war, which the bible calls armageddon, the america that we know, we shall never, ever know it again. we really need to stop and check, man, because you are gettinget the country into deep trouble. >> sean: is called peace and prosperity. farrakhan's remarks during a long list of absurd remarks he's made. let's go down memory lane. >> the jews don't like farrakhan so they call me hitler. that is a good name. hitler was a very great man. >> they were many israelis and
zionist jews in key roles in the 9/11 attack. >> you see white people deserve to die. and they know, so they think it's us coming to do it. >> white folks are going down. and satan is going down. and farrakhan, by god's grace, has pulled the cover off of that satanic jew. >> sean: for some reason you see democrats who have been connected to farrakhan over the years but they want to give it a secret. for example, who could forget this? just recently released, aak picture of barack obama with farrakhan in 2005, prior to him becoming president. according to the man that took the picture, the congressional black caucus made sure it never saw the light of day during the
2008 election.d joining us now, nationally syndicated radio talk show host, larry elder, and deneen borelli. when he hung out with bill ayers, when he is an acorn disciple, french to frank marke- i ask that question a lot. i suspected if he hung out with all of those radicals, there probably was some connection. amazing how they hit it. >> it is amazing. it took a lot of effort for them to do so. i got to tell you, his comments andar what we are hearing from other politicians, i collect the black liberal establishment. the media outlets, politicians, pastors, and community activists, they are so desperate right now because they are afraid black americans are going to connect the dots to the failed liberal policies. you have maxine waters telling
kanye west,li who supports freem of speech and any kind of thoughts that he needs to tone it down, he needs to stay in his plays, needs to shut up. they are clearly desperate right now. i got to tell you, black men, 22% are now supporting president trump. his numbers are going up for up the. met withkanye west candace owens, who quoted you are broke to her, the first page of your book, here you are, black conservative, this happens to so many people, and every vicious, vile, hateful thing has been said about you over the years, we've been friends a long time, and it is so outrageous to me, and i hope candace can learn because sadly she's going to be attacked. what doel you tell somebody aspo young, conservative, outspoken? that is what the left wants to do. they want to intimidate you. my message to all americans of independent thought, especially
black conservatives, because we need that support too know that people are there to support us, to not give up, to hold the line, and not be afraid to get that criticism because the left has all the bases covered. if you are right, you're racist, if you're black, your sellout. >> sean: larry, i've known you for all these years. you have taken so much. also, and it seems to be one aro consequences to attack and we see it happening again. >> we do. but getting back to farrakhan, what's striking about him, during the campaign, he said positive things about trump. he said, give him a chance brady criticized obama's performance in chicago. this is a guy who's in a 180 on his attitude towards trump. the other thing that blows my mind is jews have been so supportive of blacks over the years. jews helped us fund the naacp.
a jewish man helped build 500,000 schools with booker t washington. israel airlifted thousands of ethiopians out of africa and the the's descent '90s. >> sean: i i love having you on the show. i didn't know that. >> of the nonwhites that went down to register both to me '60s, 75% of them were jews. they worked very closely with martin luther king. when you look at polls about negative attitudes toward blacks -- >> sean: why the hatred, why the anti-semitism? >> jews are the least likely to have a negative views towards blacks. i have no idea. given how charismatic farrakhan is, how persuasive he is, how he's been able to get black men off the streets and out of prison, use that skill to motivate people, use that skill toison tell men to own up to thr responsibilities to their women. stop peddling this nonsense, mr. farrakhan. i know you are watching this show.
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>> sean: white house press secretary sarah sanders, she recently sat down with "the daily caller" for a special mother's day interview. during the interview, sanders was asked if it's harder to deag with her three young kids or cnn's antidrug activists. fake news correspondent so-called jim acosta. take a listen. >> what article dealing with your children when they are having a bad or onerous day or dealing with jim acosta? >> probably depends on the day. both of them can wine pretty regularly. they both like to ask the same questions and sometimes their tone needs to be adjusted a little bit. a >> sean: i would say the bigger baby is acosta. anyway, that's all the time we have this evening. we are always going to be fair and balanced.
we are never going to beat the destroy-trump media. thank you for being with us. always set your dvr, never miss an episode. let not your heart be troubled. by the way, why is your picture all over -- more as ratings. my ratings are high too if you know. we are number one in cable and you are killing it and i'm happy and proud of you. >> laura: hannity, first of all, your show tonight was awesome. >> sean: it ruins reputations. >> laura: i can watch sara carter, john solomon, i coulder watch them for the whole night. those guys are just like energy facts, data that the old mediah don't want to publish. >> sean: i said at the beginning i needed for our estimate. but the great news is you now s are killing it and i said this to you last week, we are really proud of you. congratulations. we can't do this without this audience. >> laura: thank you.an absolutely. >> sean: thank god -- we lost three quarters of fox primetime and we are still killing it.