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him to keep coming up the airwaves, doubtless, it will keep creepy porn lawyer for at least another 36 hours. sad news. on that note, thanks for the hour. sean hannity. >> sean: great show as always. welcome to "hannity." breaking news on so many fronts. north korea reportedly threatening pull out of the june so much with president trump after canceling planned talks with south korea. the state department and practicing tonight for singapore sit down is going ahead as planned. i will explain tonight what the media want to explain, why poor little rocket man is just showing his ego is bruised and meanwhile, while those in the left-wing media are going nuts, president trump, watch and learn. he set the upper hand the entire time. also breaking, president trump's attorney, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani telling nbc news that a potential presidential interview with robert mueller is in a "holding
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pattern." plus the president is demanding that congress do something, keep their promises for once, build of the southern border wall. also tonight, the russia collision hoax continues to unravel. the house and talk house until committee chairman devin nunes is now saying there was never credible evidence for the fbi to even launch an investigation into drum camping associates. also brand-new tonight, more monumental setbacks for robert mueller's imploding witch hunt and new evidence that the doj is in fact installing it stonewalling even further. meeting with devin nunes and trey gowdy to review classified material is no longer happening tomorrow. it has been rescheduled for next week. mara obstructionism. another major win for the trump administration. the american hearer, gina haspel, secure the votes needed. she will become the new cia director and will call out the mainstream media's lies about what is happening between israel
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and the palestinians. that and so much more in tonight's breaking news opening monologue. the media on the left are going insane over reports that the north korean dictator come a little rocket man came drawing on is threatening to pull out of the plan, june 12th so much with president trump over drills. kim jong un also reportedly canceled preplanned talks with south korea. now before all of you left-wing liberal activists work yourself into a frenzy, let me give you the truth and some facts. the state department at heather nauert is saying that this summit in singapore is going on as planned. one. in the pentagon is adding that these military exercises are going to continue. the big take away that the left refuses to understand is this: president trump is already winning without giving anything up in return. so you idiot ideologues and i destroy-trump-media, you need to watch, learn, how to negotiate. let's see, the president got
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three american hostages out and he didn't have to send over cargo planes full of cash and other currencies like barack obama did with the mullahs. new satellite images are now showing north korea is already dismantling their nuclear test sites. as we have told you, kim jong un is inviting the western media to watch as he decommissioned that nuclear facility. also kim jong un, guess what, wow, he's no longer firing missiles i'll over japan, he is not affected in guam, he is not threatening the continental u.s. and the rest of the world. you saw it with your own eyes, little rocket man walked across the dmz to agree to south korea's president. what did president trump give up in return for all of this? thing. president trump is not naive, like bill clinton, barack obama. they tried to bribe these despots and dictators with billions and hundreds of billions of dollars. what we are seeing here is typical, quintessential reagan. trust but verify in action before your very eyes. kim jong un wants to come to the
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table, then fine. we know the secretary of state, mike pompeo, he has laid out all the details, all the terms for a possible agreement and that includes complete and total denuclearization of the korean peninsula. if little rocket man doesn't want to comply, well, then he has to face the consequences. president trump has made clear, north korea is not going to get away with threatening the world and he will never be able to fully develop a nuclear weapon. here's my prediction tonight. kim jong un, well, he's being a little petulant. he's posturing. he's doing a little saber rattling before he ultimately capitulates, goes to the table. even more breaking news to tell you about. president trump's attorney rudy giuliani, former new york city mayor, telling nbc news that he has spoken with mueller and of partisan team of witch hunters in the past 24 hours, and he is saying that a potential presidential interview is being put in a holding pattern, which is great news. mueller has no business ever questioning the president of the
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united states. there is no such thing as collusion. although there might be with mueller and that oligarch guy. i'll explain. the leaked special counsel question, asking trump what he thought, how he felt, how did you feel? there was are ridiculous questions. mueller is sending a perjury trap. no good lawyer without the president to be interviewed under those conditions. also the president is continuing to keep his promises to you, the american people, the forgotten men and women that the media never thought would show up in november of 2016. he's now calling on congress to do their job, secure the border, do it now. take a look. >> the first duty of government is to protect our citizens and the men and women of dhs are on the front lines of this incredible, heroic fight. that is why we are calling on congress to secure our borders,
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support our border agents, stop sanctuary cities, and shut down policies that release violent criminals back into our communities. we don't want it any longer. >> sean: no, we don't. we need to protect the american people. president trump, he has already accumulated an amazing record of accomplishments. for every republican if they are smart, they can run on a november, and this would be another key victory. look at the economy. record low levels of unemployment. optimism at 11 year high. the the presidents poll numberse highest he's had in his presidency. there is the promises that have kept on the iranian deal, on the embassy in jerusalem, tax cuts, killing the obamacare individual mandate. and there are positive results all over the place and by the way, it hasn't even been two years. also, this is major, the russia collision hoax is unraveling as we predicted right before our
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eyes. the house intelligence committee chairman devin nunes is offering up a new proof that the entire thing has always been a witch hunt. chairman nunes is now saying that there was never any credible evidence for the fbi to begin probing the trump campaign. we know there was a spy supposedly on top of the fisa abuse. he never had any right to do this in the first place. take a look. >> we have yet to see any crab dolomite crab, credible evidence or intelligence that led to thee investigation. they should have opened -- counterintelligence investigations are very rarely do they happen, and when they do happen, you have to be very careful because you are using the tools of our intelligence services and relationships with other countries in order to spy on a political campaign, probably not a good idea. >> sean: the powerful tools of intelligence used to spy on an opposition party candidate and
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to those powerful tools used against americans, no, that can't happen here. so there was never any actual credible evidence to launch this investigation. of course rod rosenstein conflicted. this is a stunning statement by devin nunes. that is on top of of course the fbi, doj lying, misleading fisa judges, multiple times in order to get a fisa warrant to spy on a trump campaign associate in the weeks leading up to an election and for an entire year, four judges lied to, they never would have told the truth, they never were told it was a bought and paid brooklyn to dossier that was not verified, not cooperated. now there is a new dynamic to this massive scandal. now the possibility of an fbi mole that was inside the trump campaign? chairman nunes is now investigating this huge development. take a look. >> you had fusion gps that was hired by the democratic party and the clinton campaign to draw up a dossier on the president -- or when the
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president was running for president. what happened with that, in his testimony, he mentioned that there was a source within the campaign. >> glenn simpson runs fusion gps. >> glenn simpson said that enclosed testimony, now it became public, he confirmed he was telling congress the truth. we believe he was telling the truth. what we are trying to do is get the documents to figure out, did they actually have, what methods were used to open this counterintelligence investigation. >> sean: that is an amazing statement. we have been saying that this scandal is the biggest abuse of power scandal and corruption scandal in american history. we have been uncovering this, peeling back the onion, this is only the beginning. you got to sit tight and buckle up because everything that the media, the democrats have been telling you for well over a year is now getting flipped on its head, and all of it, as we told you at the beginning of this year, is boom ringing back on them. while the real russia scandal is expanding, robert mueller's
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witch hunt is crumbling. it's reaching embarrassing levels. let's run through some of the recent headlines. "at muller's probes first trail, expect more bond to mike blunt what mike lectures from the bench." the judge already smashed down an epic -- it had to do with the recruiting and tax fraud from 2005. what does that have to do with trump and russia collision? mueller trying to justify his own existence and indict any russian. these court transcripts show robert mueller indicted a russian company .
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it did not exist at the time they said. this is now showing that mueller's original indictment was nothing more than an allusion to make it seem like there was some sort of russia collusion. mueller never anticipated that the russians were going to call his bluff. this is a huge embarrassment for him. now there are the special counsel, they look foolish, because the team was never prepared, as andy mccarthy said. it was all for show. byron york out with this piece. "one year down and it still mueller time." the russia probe is not been going on for almost three years and there is not one indication what this entire investigation is all about. here's what we do know. after all of this time, there is zero evidence of trump-russia collusion. it has been a witch hunt, it is a witch hunt, and it is a total sham. for the sake of the country, it needs to end. we have key updates to john solomon's explosive report that we brought you last night about the fbi director mueller actually working with a russian billionaire, oleg darris derip. he was working with them. now there is absolutely nothing wrong -- i will defend robert mueller on this. he and other fbi agents, they were trying to free a former fbi
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retiree, cia operative. his name is robert levinson for moran. he was being held hostage. now i'm happy that he was working with a russian billionaire, the oligarch that he somehow convinced the oligarch to give him $27 million to help save an american being held hostage. i have no problem with that at all. the government should do everything possible in that situation. i will give mueller credit. it was the right thing to do. here's the issue. it's just a massive conflict of interest rate and that is what we are calling mueller's russia collusion here. you know what? if you are going to talk about a guy in the manafort case that you worked with, secured $24 million from, i think you need to reveal something like that. john solomon reporting that russian oligarch was one of the first people of the fbi interviewed when they began investigating the clinton bought and paid for dossier. as solomon and others are now exposing, the russian actually told the fbi the idea of russian collusion was false. so now the question is, did the
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fbi tell the fisa courts that a former trusted source of the heirs told them that there was nothing to this russia collusion when they were applying for those four fisa warns? the original application and three subsequent applications, all using the bulk of information from the clinton bought and paid for unverified dossier with russian lies. they lied about it. to the fisa court, to spy an american citizen. an opposition party campaign member. another developing story to tell you about tonight. the meeting between the doj and the house committee chairman devin nunes and trey gowdy that was reportedly scheduled for next week, well, that's not happening. why? tree new trey gowdy and devin ne supposed to see the information that they were requesting about the russia investigation. it's unclear why the meaning is not happening. what is clear is that rod rosenstein, department of justice, they have been stonewalling congress every single step of the way and the
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doj is also trying to sabotage the work that people like nunes, bob goodlatte, trey gowdy are doing with anonymous leaks. they want to slow roll this until the mid terms, hoping nancy pelosi and the democrats take over the house, so then they want to of this. also tonight, fox news is learning that congress has received information from the doj that it requested regarding comey's body. remember, that professor over at columbia university, now his attorney, daniel richman. he was a special government, special government employee status. former obama deep state doj official sally yates, she interestingly is going after the president, claiming that he's "tearing down the legitimacy of the doj. sally, you're probably watching. you and the rest of your deep state cronies, you have already done enough damage. the sad part is, the rank and file fbi, cia intelligence, their reputations are smeared
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because of deep state operatives at the upper echelon and the misdeeds that they did in all of those that we have now proven on this show. maybe, sally, you are forgetting you were emailing with mueller's pit bull, andrew weissmann, and yates is also one of the corrupt officials that signed off on at least one of the fisa warrants that was unverified, uncorroborated. so congratulations, sally. you've done enough damage to the doj, more than any president ever could. one more thing tonight. trump hating former cia director john brennan is being called out by two of his former colleagues over his public statements about the clinton bought and paid for dossier. paul sperry reporting that two former top officials are actually contradicting his claim that the dossier did not play a role in the intelligence community's assessment of russian election meddling. sperry is pointing out that former nsa director mike rogers told congress for dossier did in fact play a role in the intel assessments. former director of national
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intelligence james clapper admitted something similar to cnn. we know clapper and john brennan are both lying. so it looks like brandon once again is caught flying. this isn't surprising from a guy who once voted for the communists for president of the united states. how he ever got that position is beyond any understanding i have. finally, lastly, president trump is on the verge of another huge victory. this is good news for all of us. gina haspel now has the votes to be the next cia director and the fact that it took this long, just a few weeks ago, democrats, for them to support her, now it's pretty disgraceful on their part. gina haspel was an american hero. she helped keep us safe after 9/11. she helped get the intelligence to find bin laden. here's another fact the left will never admit to. enhanced interrogation of the three people under medical supervision worked. it gave us the valuable intel, allowed us to get to the courier, which took us right to bin laden. democrats should have been praising her. actually they were at the time,
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because she's more than qualified. here with reaction, columnist for "the hill," investigative reporter john solomon. fox news contributor, sara carter. the author of this soon number one "new york times" best seller, soon to be released "the russia hoax," fox news -- what's the rest of the book? >> the illicit scheme to clear hillary clinton and from donald trump. it was a hoax brought to you by james comey and how robert mueller, who continues to run with it. >> sean: it's becoming more clear every day. >> every day, new facts emerge. there was never any evidence for a criminal investigation of trump. there was never any intelligence for a counterintelligence investigation. >> sean: nunes was so clear on that. >> the facts were invented and exaggerated. the law was perverted and ignored and now, the department of justice and fbi are trying to cover it up by refusing to give over documents to congress.
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>> sean: john solomon, let me go back to this russian oligarch story. i may surprise people. any effort to save an american hero being held hostage in iran, i'm in favor of. robert mueller the fbi director was able to convince the russian oligarch to hand over $25 million in an effort to release this american hero, i applaud him for that. it is the hypocrisy, as this oligarch is at the center of this manafort case in many ways and this oligarch was not mentioned, nor was the connection mentioned. how important is that? >> there are three things that people are saying to me since the story broke. i think the first is, donald trump recently sanctioned oleg deripaska. and his day department, his treasury department, he was the man who helped the fbi, did they also tell him this was that mama tried to clear donald trump's name in september 2016 when he told the fbi there is no collusion between russia and donald trump. that is very important. second thing, you hit it in your
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monologue, did they tell the fisa court that they had a trusted russian source that was weaving them off collusion before they went and got the search warrant? the third and most interesting thing that intelligence people told me tonight, shawn. if deripaska had this interaction with the fbi, it is a must 100% certain he called russia and said, the fbi thinks you're colluding. that would give russian intelligence a chance to have fun with john brennan cia and treat them as information. that is something that a couple members of congress told me they are looking at. he did to deripaska to about the russians so they could feed the u.s. intelligence a false narrative and create doubt in our country? >> sean: we know they sowed discord but we also know that no votes were changed and we had a couple of reports confirming that. sara, i want to do on my cue to weigh in on that and update us, if you can, did the fbi have a spy on top of the fisa court abuses, and a selection cycle? >> i believe they did have an
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informant, someone that was reporting back to them, according to the sources i have been speaking with. this informant wasn't somebody that was very well-known to the cia and fbi. >> sean: what i recognize the initials? >> you might recognize the initials. i think it is out there a little bit right now. remember this is highly sensitive. you won't get anybody over at doj actually verifying this. any source that does leak out this information is putting themselves in a little bit of jeopardy and i think that's why congress has been so careful as to not release his name publicly yet. this is why chairman nunes and others like trey gowdy are fighting so hard to get all the information out, sean. >> sean: why do we have this delay? they had an agreement. what happened? >> they had an agreement but the agreement that they had has been broken over and over again and this is what we know. you just got to go back to the beginning, sean. chairman nunes brought this up and it's very important.
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they opened a counterintelligence investigation, the special counsel, and remember, it was comey and rod rosenstein, the one that wrote the letter to president trump asking for comey to be fired. then he appoints a special counsel to investigate why comey was fired by president trump. a pattern here that i see -- >> sean: and he signed off on one of those fisa warrants. >> we constantly keep seeing set ups, right? we want to go to why they know who this sources, that is the reason why. i can tell you a little bit. it has to do with london. it has to do with george papadopoulos. although he is not -- i repeat and again -- he was not the mall. it does have to do with him. this is the reason we need all the answers. >> sean: one of the great myths was perpetuated by "the new york times," was that papadopoulos' bar conversation with an australian diplomat is what triggered -- >> sean: four way hearsay.
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>> is what triggered the trump-water collusion investigation by the fbi. no. the first in the series of events was the fbi meeting face-to-face in london with christopher steele, the author of this fictitious, fabricated dossier. >> sean: they told the courts they fired him. they never told that to the courts. >> they deceived the courts. they concealed evidence of that and other things. >> sean: we all give the last word to john solomon. we welcome you back. been missing in action, mr. solomon. we welcome you back to the show. >> thank you. you know, i think gregg has it on the money. the timeline undercuts the narrative we were fed during the campaign and after the campaign. george papadopoulos was after they had talked to christopher steele. you got it right. >> sean: you guys have been right from the beginning. march 7th, 2017, you guys broke the fisa story and everything has been proven true and more than we ever thought. thank you. great work. can't wait for the book. when we come back from a live
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cancel that summit because of joint ongoing military drills between the u.s. and the south koreans. these kinds of drills are very common, the state department said that the north koreans were well aware of and seemingly fine with these drills, so they are not sure what is changed. >> we have not heard anything from that government or the government of south korea to indicate that we would not continue conducting these exercises or that we would not continue planning for our meeting between president trump and kim jong un nextim month. >> all the u.s. has to go off as the statement from north korea's news agency, which questions "the fate of the planned north summit in lit of this provocative military ruckus." that is what they are calling these ongoing joint military drills. w in response, all the white house has said is it is aware of that report, while the state department says it ishe continuing to go ahead, continuing to prepare and plan
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for next month's summit in singapore, sean. they still have about four weeks to work all this out. >> sean: thanks for that are part of the white house. meanwhile tonight, the "new york daily news" put out an outrageous cover featuring the first daughter ivanka trump that reads daddy's little gold, slamming her for being all smiles at the opening of the new u.s. embassy in jerusalem while they were deadly clashes going on in gaza. other members of the trump hating media also predictably chiming in, offering their displeasure about the u.s. embassy in jerusalem, will which so many other presidents promised and never delivered. >> tens of thousands of palestinians held angry demonstrations yesterday, furious after the u.s. embassy was moved to jerusalem. >> palestinians have been protesting here against their lack of freedom for weeks. but they are fury boiled over on monday when the u.s. embassy was officially moved to jerusalem with president trump's blessing.
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>> today there is a shock and sorrow and rage at that decision by president trump to move the embassy to jerusalem. it feels for the whole region like a fateful step. >> 55 people killed yesterday. >> 58. > 58. you had to split screen of what looked like a vip tent at the belmont stakes. >> they don't care. >> they just seemed totally oblivious to what was going on. >> when he announced to the move to the embassy, i said there will be blood b on his hands. not because he pulled the trigger, but because he destabilized the region, not having any clue about what he was doing. >> you cannot have peace and a peace process without palestinian involvement. you cannot have it. so if you choose a side and you say, this is what i'm going to do, you're effectively saying, you are not going to work for peace. >> maybe they don't really want it. >> sean: time for a "hannity"
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tutorial. the media seems to have forgotten that those hamas inspired protesters that were hurling rocks and fire bombs at israeli soldiers, okay, this is the same hamas, they never report, that continues to call for the destruction of israel. oh, it's in their charter. they also pay the families of terrorists that literally kill israelis and inflict pain and suffering on the people of israel and americans come too. they use women and children as shields and hamas also receives support as thet world's foremost state sponsor of terrorism. they get support from cohen. here with reaction, and our atv contributor dan bongino and from "the hill," dan joe concha. hamas charter calls for the destruction of israel. they were elected by the palestinians. they elected a terrorist organization supported by terrorists. >> the media is the propaganda
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arm here of hamas. it's disgusting. it makes me sick. sean, it's not a demonstration. it's not a protest when you show up with bombs. they were warned to stay away from the border fence and they decided to show up for the explosions. they were warned multiple times, anden then when the israelis engaged, to defend the border by the way, they established after they gave the land back to hama hamas, which they promptly used to shoot rockets into israel. they defended their borders. good for the israelis. the media should be ashamed and embarrassed. i'm surprised it doesn't hamas doesn't have a desk in their newsroom. >> sean: i've been to the gaza border. i've been in the tunnels where theyy use is really cement and electricity, joe. i don't know many in the media that happened on that. i've been to a town were 10,000 rockets were fired in ten years and kids can play outside.
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they have stronger playgrounds because there's not enough time from the border if the rocket is fired. 10,001 sued in three years. years. >> yet the daily news continues to be, ben shapiro said something similar, the propaganda arm for hamas. i have lived in new york city for a few decades and the new york daily news has always been seen as a joke to anybody who has objectivity and a brain. they were teetering on bankruptcy for years, and it t just leads to not only the fact that i know that media -- we say this many times -- is distrusted at record levels come on republicans, more than 90%. even among independents and democrats, a majority that don't -- that mistrusts the media. the problem is we are even out a loading stage of the media, like we have never seen before. >> blaming ivanka trump andha
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juxtaposing her with what is going on and gaza, as if she is smiling at death, it is pathetic and that's the only word i can apply here. >> sean: really well said. last word. >> sean, the israelis give the palestinians gaza back. they used it to launch rockets into israel. they told them, stay away from the border. they showed up with bombs. and how they are using the media to advance their own narrative. it's disgusting. >> sean: you both are so on target tonight. would we come back, rush limbaugh, incredible monologue exposingry the deep state forces that are trying to take down the president. also jesse watters, jessica tarlov, do not ever touch that dial, please, pretty please. baby boomers,
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>> this was just -- >> this was just a circular
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firing squad, circular intel. if a they plant essentially what they want to be attributed to the trump administration, they planted in a peripheral trump foreign policy advisor, that may arrange a meeting for him with an australian ambassador who then hears this news, and we are off to thef races. none of it is real. none of it. and the collusion has fallen apart and the obstruction. there isn't any obstruction. the president cannot obstruct by doing his constitutional duties. so what we are left with here is look at the lengths to which these people have gone to prevent from winning and then after that, doing their best to get rid of him. >> sean: that was rushed on his show, rightly calling out fr
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corruption on the russia probe and explaining what this is really all about. thank god people. understand it. here with reaction, cohost of "the five." he w has two shows. and the host of ""watters' world"," we live in it. jesse watters, and fox news contributor jessica tarlov. i will start with you tonight. rush is right. >> no. >> sean: tell jesse where he is wrong. >> i'll tell you both. he's wrong because the mueller probe is not over. >> anything you say after that is wrong. >> sean: come on. that is so unfair. there are 19 indictments, i know they are not -- no. the probe is focusing on three issue areas, russia collusion, obstruction of justice, and financial crimes. none of those have been settled. >> the only thing that trump obstructed was hillary getting into the white house. valerie had one mike, she would have fired comey on day one and
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we never would have heard about -- >> sean: the only obstruction was hillary getting in the white house. let me ask a question. mueller and i see certain companies, it turns out one wasn't even a company at the time. you never expect that would actually respond, and how they will have discovery, and i'm predicting mueller would have to yank the indictments. >> okay, we'll go down to six, if my math is correct. >> sean: 13 will be gone. >> we had 19. 19 minus six -- >> sean: the drugs are talked about the 2005 tax case that had to do with ukraine, not russia,o squeeze and tighten the screws on manafort to turn on trump for a prosecution or impeachment, 2005 --
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>> mueller has had more contact with russian oligarchs on trump. he had biased agents, peter strzok and lisa page. the rest of the team is all democrat donors. >> robert mueller himself is aer republican. rod rosenstein is a republican. >> he's a republican republican in name only. >> you don't even know what he is! >> he's a comey republican. >> he is not a republican. >> sean: you better swing back. this is the biggest debate win ever. >> you asked for food last week. >> trying to bribe the judge. is this in-n-out burger? >> it strict. it wouldn't have been good from thursday to today. >> sean: she got ten points back. > it's like 100 points plus 0 plus, i have never entered a chick-fil-a before. liberalsef hate their stuff.
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they said the chick-fil-a sauce is the right one. >> i'm not feeling very confident about this. >> we must all come up for a hand signall for me. [laughter] >> sean: that was the best line ever. not even as great a sandwich can beat that. >> i went into chick-fil-a for the first time for you. >> it smelled good. >> they were delicious. >> you know what, she brought you a sandwich, let her win. give it to her. >> sean: okay. wait a minute, we don't give participation trophies. >> okay, i'll take the w. >> you give him conservative points every week. >> sean: as a person, it's jessica's world, but in terms of the debate, it's jesse, and you live at -- >> i had like 3 minutes.
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>> you can't do that to yourself. >> can weo go back to the probe? >> you really want to? speed when i got to go. >> it's over? >> sean: i'm going to eat my sandwich. coming up, more on north korea's threats to cancel the summit with president trump. bret baier is next from "special report." ok. who can beat the san francisco guy for governor?
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not the conservative guy, travis allen. what about this john cox? talks a big game... but what's he done? a chicago lawyer? huh? thirteen losing campaigns - seven in illinois? cox lost campaigns as a republican... and as a democrat. gave money to liberals. supported big tax increases. no wonder republicans say cox is unelectable in november.
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>> threaten to pull out of the >> sean: we have little rocket man trying to threaten to fall out of the upcoming summit with president trump to to the ongoing military exercises that he knew about between south korea and the u.s. despite this recent development, president trump has made a massive improvement in gains in the korean peninsula and by the way, some would argue, his tough talk, his military presence, his
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sanctions all work. take a listen. >> north korea best not to make any more threats to thee united states. they will be met with fire and fury, like the world has never seen. the united stateses has greatest strength and patience but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy north korea. rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime. this shouldn't be handled now but i i'm going to handle it because we have to handle it. little rocket man, we are going to do it because we really have no choice. >> sean: what's amazing is the president's tough rhetoric towards north korea proves what ronald reagan spoke about in the 1980s concerning the evil empire, the soviet union, when
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he talked about peace through strength, trust but verify. watch this. >> there is one sign that the soviets can make that would be unmistakable. that would advance dramatically the cause of freedom and peace. general secretaryec gorbachev, f you seek peace, if you seek prosperity for the soviet union and eastern europe, if you seek liberalization, come here to this gate. mr. gorbachev, open this gate. mr. gorbachev, tear down this wall. >> sean: his own aides didn't want him to say those words. you can forget reagan's trust but verify approach towards the evil empire. take a look. >> we have listened to the wisdom and the old russian maxim, and i am sure that you are familiar with it.
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mr. general secretary, though my pronunciation may give you difficulty, the maximize [speaking russian] , trust but verify. >> sean: why this is significant, a brand-new book out, it'say amazing. it's called "three days in moscow: ronald reagan and the fall of the soviet empire." you know him well, the anchor of "special report." bret baier. people say that we aren't friends. every newspaper has sections. and they have an editorial page. am i the editorial page? >> you are indeed. >> sean: and you are the news page. this is an amazing book because it is all a a to iran and north korea and the opening of the embassy in jerusalem. >> remember those times when reagan was speaking about the evil empire, the ash heap of history that communism would become aes joking at times, getting caught, the bombing will
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stop tomorrow, heads were exploding in washington at the time. >> sean: sound familiar? >> heads are exploding in washington. if june 12 holds on the summit in singapore happens, june 12th is historic. june 12th, 1987, is when reagan delivers the g brandenburg gate speech, "tear down this wall, mr. gorbachev." and that changed the world. those summits on the connection of them. it changed our history. as possible. >> sean: look at what already the president -- without flying and cargo planes of cash and other currency like obama or clinton with the energy aid to kim jong un's father, kim jong il, this president talked to have come up at a military presence, also a relationship with the chinese president, and sanctions in place. didn't that really all contribute to kim jong un's decision here? >> i would think so. now the caveat is that north koreans don't have a great
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history living up to thes promises. so the president has said he's going to sit at the table and walk away if the deal is not right. >> sean:ay just like reykjavik. >> just like a wreck a bike. the really stark. some know my personalities are different. i don't know if reagan would like twitter. he did say those bold things that changed the paradigm. maybe the paradigm -- >> sean: they said that reagan was a california cowboy, that he would start world war iii, reaganomics would result in the collapse of the economy. 21 million new jobs were created. we doubled revenues to the federal government at head of the longest. mack of p's economic growth and history. do you see the similarities? i'm no i'm dragging into opinion but do you see similarities? >> i do. the last word of this book -- >> sean: i didn't get to that page yet. >> if you look at the words of
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big speeches of president trump, the speech in warsaw, poland, the speech in riyadh, the united nationsti speech, the ste of the union speech, they have phrases and terminology that you could actually hear reagan deliver. now i'm not saying that president trump is president reagan. >> sean: very different personalities. >> but they have similar moments and challenges that they face. >> sean: peace through strength, trust but verify, tax cuts, now we have the trump tax cuts. originalist on the supreme court, securing the t border, i don't believe that this president is a nationalist populist, as some have said. i believe he is a reagan conservative. the things i mentioned, energy independence, all things that reagan believed in. am i wrong? >> you're not wrong. i also think there is a possibility that this president has the ability to reach out to democrats and make some deals that reagan would have made.
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>> sean: the book was fascinating. i'm saying this not only is her friend, i really have always loved reagan. it's an amazing read and it is so relevant, ripped from today's headlines, so many similarities. great book. how much crap do you take for me being opinionated? >> on a scale from 1 to 10? >> sean: yes. >> may be a six. >> sean: tell everyone that you were news, i am opinion. every newspaper has a news section, sports section, "hannity" section. coming up, taking out an al qaeda terrorist. 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.
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and afghanistan and was responsible for numerous deaths in kidnappings in the region. goodbye. let not your heart be troubled. we will always be fair and balanced. we are not the destroy-trump media. there she is. laura ingraham. >> laura: i thought you were going to make a joke. >> sean: thank you to this audience, they are amazing. >> laura: i thought you're going to make a joke about the bombing, that's what you are doing to the other networks, but i'm glad you are humble. you are humble in your dominance of cable news. a very humble person. >> sean: bret baier's book is phenomenal. what is so hard for the left-wing media to understand? don't we have newspapers in the country. every newspaper has local, international, national. they have a sports section, most have a gossip section and the news is really left-wing. then they have an opinion section. why is it so hard to realize the fox news is a newspaper, just like one? >> laura: i'm just doing sports from now on. >> sean: up at the football. >> laura: got it. >> sea c