louis and clark. you are making me rethink the vacation in cabbo. that's it for tonight. ultimate final exam play along with your contestants in fox. have the best weekend. >> sean: trump on office. i am jeanin piro in for sean tonight. after the tough talk, the summit may be back on. north korea is signaling a willingness to sit down with the u.s. here's what president trump said earlier today. >> mr. president, is the summit still on? >> we'll see what happens, we're talking to them now. we are talking to them now and they very much want to do it and we would like to do it and we'll
see what happens. [inaudible] >> john, everybody plays games. >> very good news to receive the warm and productive statement from north korea. we'll see where it will lead, hopefully to prosperity and piece. only time and talent will tell. jam james mattis said the two saturdays may come to table. >> they may pull it off and have it back on. the president sent out a note about that and let you all know that that's a usual give and take of trying to put together big summits and stuff. diplomats are still at work. our plan here in the defense department, that is a fine
thing. >> the president touted america's increased might in a address in the naval academy. >> we have begun the great rebuilding of the united states military. we have endeds disastrous defense sequester. no money for the military. those days are over. [applause] jeanine: >> and we just secured, you read all about it. a $700 billion largest ever amount of money to support our great war fighters. jeanine: joining us with reaction is cia intelligence officer daniel hoffman and u.s. army bret, and tony taum.
good evening, gentlemen. daniel, are we witnessing as we look at the last 24 hours from where did it begin with peyongchang saying that the u.s. is looking for an appalling tragedy to occur and the president yesterday cancelling the summit and then, if you change your mind don't hesitate to call. this has been a roller coaster of activity; is this the kind of thing that happens in all diplomatic negotiations? >> i think it is particular to norths korea, the hermit kingdom. it is one of the most closed countries on the planet with a nuclear capability and what is important to note, north koreans played a hand and tried to behave f as -- if they didn't
want the summit and the disparaged our vice-president and the president called their bluff. and right away the response was conciliatoriy and looks like the summit might be back on. this can only strengthen our hand as we head possibly to singapore next month. jeanine: how different is this in the negotiations with obama? >> it is a lot different. if we have learned in the last 24 hours, that the president's chess moves works. it was the same administration that worked the iran deal we would be begging for them to come to the negotiation's table to sign a paper that is a weak deal. we are seeing a significant event playing out on the world stage and in the end, i think the president did the right thing here. jeanine: general, it was
interesting listening to defense secretary mattis saying we possibly got some good news. how evolved is the military. it was interesting seeing mattis was front there. >> it is deliberate on the president's part. the military is the teeth behind the information and economic effort that is going on here. and the president is masterfully synchronizing that. the defense attorney has to say with confidence that we can attack and defend and do whatever we need to do and that message is permanent. and he advises the president on the state readiness and the president is forceful in what he's saying that we have had the most trained and ready force. 700 billion defense budget. the biggest ever and that is two key pieces that the secretary of
defense plays in these negotiations and there is operational stuff on the ground in south korea that general vince brooks and his team will be doing as they hope prepare and head to singapore. jeanine: in like with what the general is saying, north korea released hostage and whether or not that nuclear site is blown up is unusable we are not sure. even thoep it is a back and forth, north korea is doing what it should be doing and president trump said i will not meet you until you denuclearize. >> price of admission for the summit was first and foremost release the hostages and take care of the nuclear test site and they apparently eliminated them. we'll have to wait and see if
they are really serious in coming to the table and only time will tell. and we did synchronize the message well. secretary pompeo was clear that if they don't come to the table we'll return to pressure. jeanine: demilitarization, okay, a lot of north korean leaders have promised that. how do we verify it. even yesterday with the blowing up of that site, no one was there from our side to substanteate that. >> it has to be verifiable and irreversible. in 2008, we have to look at history here, a bunch of journalist were invited to see the destruction of a cooling tower that extract weapon's grade plu tonnium.
and the north tornadoes had a separate -- korea had a separate area. and they were deceiving us. and i have not seen defined here, how do the u.s. and north korea truly define denuclearization of the peninsula. when you think about i.t. is one sided and i don't know why they would give up the nuclear arsenal for loosening of sanctions. the president will have to convince kim jong-un who. s regime preservation that he can preserve his regime and give up nuclear weapons in the process. jeanine: he makes a good point. it seems like north korea is doing the moves right now. >> if you look at the letter
that north korea sends back. it is a bigger conversation when you talk denuclearization. secretary pompeo talked about north korea on parwith south korea. sxch what you have got is an opportunity. and remember kim jong-un was educated we believe in switzerland. and he has a western education and came to power with two visions, his father and grandfather came with a self relint nation and kim jong-un came with nuclear power and strong economy. he may be willing to tradeoff the nuclear power if we come in with building infrastukture. and there is families that is divided and they are the same work ethic in that north korea can be a economic powerhouse and this could be the end game for
president moon and kim jong-un and trump. jeanine: one of the things that is intchlth kim jong-un seemed to have a personality of one day off of the wall being rocket man and next day reunify and game and his sister is out there. he didn't go or his people didn't go to a meeting where they were supposed to set up the actual logistics for the meet. there was reports that he was afraid of being knocked off. >>na is a challenge for the intelligence community. and they will play an important role in providing intelligence to this administration and to the president on what exactly kim jong-un is thinking and including some of the elites who may be influencing his behavior.
that is it a theory that is out there and possible that some were concerned he would be moving too fast and wanted to put the brakes on him. i would caution everyone. kim jong-un is in pretty strong control. he has a habit of killing those who threaten him. and he has tronning control over his country and that may be a story that waslet out and might not really be true. i would highlight the value of intelligence on this case. and i would emphasize, too, we are in for the long hall. there is it twists and turns and neither side some expect immediate gratification. >> you know, brent, when you think about it. the president navigated difficult waters.
even the fact as far as he has gone in contention of the nobel peace prize. >> it is a historic next few months. no sitting president has met a north korean leader and this is no doubt this will be historic. and this is the deal of the century and define the president. you know, in his career and he can't fail at this. and i am rooting for him. i know others are looking to see him fail. but this is it bigger than just in america and the rest of the world. jeanine: contention of the nobel peace prize. >> the president wants this for the world and not a prize. jeanine: he has said that. coming up. president president went on offense against the deep state actors that are trying to
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present dicting a country's constitutional ban on abortions. voter turn out was high and slightly better than 60 percent. more than 3 million people were eligible to vote in the predominantly catholic country. now back to hannity. have a great night. >> it looks like a very serious event. we'll find out. when they look at the documents, i think people will see a lot of bad things happened. i hope it is not so, because if it is, there is nothing been anything like it in the history of our country. we are cleaning everything up. it is so important, what i am doing is a service to this country. we call it spygate. you are calling it spygate. a lot of badenings have
happened. >> jeanine: welcome back to a special edition of hannity. that the president going on offense this week against the deep state. he didn't stop there. he said the temdems are alluding to the concept having an informant placed in opposing party's campaign is different as having a spy. but what about a infornlant that is paid a fortune and who sets up way earlier than a russian hoax. can anyone imagine having spies placed in a competting campaign by the people in absolute power for the sole purpose of advantage and gain. and the expenditure of far more money lost. the president's comments are causing people to lash out. >> what is the informant and
a spy. >> it is typical of mr. trump to mischaracterize. this is something that mr. trump is it as you said masterful at in terms of twisting the truth to support his narrative. a lot of people compare that the f.b.i. and cia didn't do enough to uncover what russia was doing. this is what the f.b.i. was supposed to do and thank goodness they did it. >> jeanine: joining us with reaction, the author of the book "the russia hoax". greg hand and fenton and fox news krntor charlie hurtz. did the f.b.i. have a basis for a criminal investigation or sufficient intelligence basis to launch a probe. >> they had neither and the evidence is clear and yet they launched the investigation in
then candidate trump and continued it with president trump. and so the president is rightly outraged and i am happy he expressed it that they used a spy to infiltrate his campaign and to elicit and to enduce and entrap people. if it was done for political reason and it was amazing it was. that is a crime and calm would abuse of power. they were depriving candidate trump of his constitutional rights and his right to privacy and fourth amendment rights. >> jeanine: tom, there is a lot of the talk about an informant and a spy. what is the difference between an informant and a spy? >> there is no practical difference. on the part of the obama administration, the top leadership was forced to admit
they had someone on the payroll of one agency. maybe more than one agency. and which would have been without precedent in at least modern american history. you would have to go back to the '60s to find anything similar in government abuse when you hear clapper and brenar and keepy criticize the president for criticized. they are a list of people who have criminal and civil liability of what went on in the obama administration. and brennan go crazy and attack trump like he is, you have to wonder why on earth was he ever allowed near counter related intelligence and he obviously hated and it explains why they went off the rails under the bum bull administration. >> jeanine: when tom said they obviously hated mr. trump.
it is not any more clearer. a intelligence community and they hated president trump and when devin nunez appeared to see something cooking and thought the president had a tinfoil hate and devin nunez off his rocker but it is coming to from yourician. >> everyone thought he was behaving beczarly and meeting with in secure locations and all of the prelsz made fun of him. and what we are seeing today, all of the concerns that he hinted at a year ago, over a year ago came to fruition. and as tom pointed out. even the democrats having to acknowledge yes, they did insert a spy into the political campaign. and i think it is unprecedented. you know, we heard of hence of this kind of things in the '60
and '70s. it was not, i would argue it is not as bad and extensive as. this these people are going, they were actually actively punishing people, political opponents which is shocking. >> jeanine: it is shocking. and the amazing part of it, greg, you have the republicans that are looking at some people whose names we have only heard of. bill pres staff. he was changing the name from gross negligence to extremely careful. and michael stienbac k. and john colog whatever his name is. these are people called before congress. do you think they will take the fifth or tell us what happened? >> so far they have been obstructing. the judiciary committee tried for a year to question high ranking officials of the f.b.i.
and the f.b.i. is refusing. that is obstruction much congress and a classic trough for people to claim that the f.b.i. cannot talk about a pending investigation. that is true except for congress which has a constitutional duty and a right under a lawful subpeona to obtain this information and tell. it is obstruction much congress to fail to comply. and the president is right to demand as chief executive of the executive branch. >> of that branch. >> the doy and f.b.i. comply with the law. >> jeanine: i have given you credit in the past that you have done things that congress hasn't done. it is your determination of trying to get records that got things that congress hasn't been able to get. so right now, we've got the f.b.i. and department of justice
who stone walling, slow walking and saying they don't have records when they do have records and they have been lying. what does the president do at this point? he is the chief executive and f.b.i. and justice department are under him. and what should he do to get it out. norder a mandatory declassification review of the documents within a decent amount of time and have outside experts that he trusts review these records and make sure nothing is held inproperly. we are waiting on the text message. there is a process in court for the text messages. he can order the justice department and f.b.i. to comply with the transparamilitaency la
they are protecting the mueller operation which has its lodges in all of the spying and fisa warrant and national security letter and taking up the phone records and unmasking and use of clinton dossier. that is part of mueller's operation and why they are resisting congress. and they know if it is uncovered mueller's operation ends. >> jeanine: i am not critical of those in congress who are doing what they can. but it is it time to get it recommending. it is time for consequence and accountability and that's why donald trump is president. i will go to you, charlie, what do you say to those people who say these are more hearings to make the democrats to look bad and get them to testify and it is protective national security issue. >> they are all stalling and look at the things, i would call them crimes committed in the
campaign, and after the campaign, why did they do it? the reason they did it with abandon, because they thought hillary clinton would win the election and none of it would come to light and it would not matter. >> jeanine: we know that. what do we do now? >> they think they are going to win control in november and then they will cover it up. i think tom fenton is right. the president should begin declassification and blow it out in to have a how down. these people do work for the executive branch. they are answerable to the legislative branch. >> jeanine: greg final question to you. significance of strzok not testifying, is he cooperating? >> no, if i were him i will cooperate. it is important to tell the
truth. he's in serious legal jeopardy. but this is a classec cover up that is taking place in washington. they claim the mantel of classified. and we find out later that was a lie. >> jeanine: greg, you know we have an absent attorney general and that is a loss to the american people and the president. anyway, thank you, gentlemen and coming up, president trump doubling down on calling ms13 gang animals. we'll have charlie kirk and michael gorka here next. allergies with sinus congestion and pressure? you won't find relief here. go to the pharmacy counter for powerful claritin-d.
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gang and immigration and the president called ms13 a menace and more. >> crippling loop holes enabled ms13 gang member and criminals to infiltrate our communities and democrats in congress refuse to close the loop hole and including the disgraceful practice and release. i call would them animals the other day and i was meet with rebuke. they say they are people. they are not people. these are an mamand we have to be very, very touch. >> jeanine: during an interview on fox and friends, the president explained why our laws need to be tougher against gangs like ms13. >> everybody knows what goes on. they are vicious killer and the laws are horrible.
and we are bringing them out. records that i don't like to talk about it. they shouldn't be in the country, but we are doing from the stand point of law enforcement a great job. the democrats are sticking up from ms 13. you heard nancy pelosi trying to find reasons why they should be able to stay. they are stone cold vicious killers. >> jeanine: joining us is strategist to president president sebastian gorka and the geraldo rivera. i understand geraldo, that what the president said about ms 13 was in reaction to what someone had said before about the ms 13 gang members. even you, a smart person like you were caught off guard thinking that he was talking about everyone as animals.
take it back. >> well, the president's remarks were rereesed piecemeal by people criticizing the president for using hot button words like animal. when i first read it was not in the context of ms13. i thought he was talking about immigrants and then i heard from sean after i complained. no, read the entire remarks. i was not working that day. and i read the context. and i amended my remarkless. you have to be careful. but you are not demonizing the entire group and that's what the democrats seized on and the president creates more problems for himself than what he's worth. in think every effort should be
to crush ms 13. the president is right. just like the bloods and crips are a menace and the maif iia and the russian mob is a menace. they want them deported or behind bars. we have to be careful not to paint for a broadbrush. >> jeanine: when i was a judge, i sentenced someone. a murder sentence and i called the guy an animal and he belonged to's cage. i got a lot of heat for. that i think that one. reasons that people love president trump is that he is a straight talker. if you take a machetto and cut people up and a baseball bat and you are a animal. in 2014 there was a big influx in material america. they said i am a latin king and
ms13 and we were letting them in, should we have? >> look, i am disappointed with geraldo's nonapology. geraldo, you met the president and how can you think for a millisecond that all immigrants is animals. he is married to an immigrant and that is absurd. it is not an accident. new york time and cbs had headlines that he called undocumented immigrants animals. that's a lie. these people are animals talking about the ms 13 gang members and this is an organization that its name comes from the violent initiation ritual to go through to become a killer. yeah, judge, it is amazing to have a president that finally talks the truth and that's why he connects to the american people who know these people are
killer and animals. >> jeanine: should president president have let them in knowing who they were. to be a member of ms 13 you have to kill somebody and generally rain someone and then kill them? should the president have let them in? >> historically judge. we have to take the stage. >> jeanine: no, i am not. i am asking you a question. >> i want to talk about ms 13. it was identified as the menacing organization relatively recently in 2004. >> baloney, when i was dan i knew they were animals. and now president obama lets them in and said you have to let them in. >> the problem is. let me finish my sentence. the problem with inflammatory
remarks leak dr. gorka's attack on me is that it obscures the big issue. >> jeanine: what is that? >> people who care about law and order. weepment the federal, state and local governments to use every tool to crush these criminal organizations. they are organized criminal organizations who have no place in america society immigrant or documents or undocuments. >> jeanine: what is your point? >> illegal citizen and gang bangers have to be crushed and no point in american society. when you talk about a tine ep sliver of the 11 million odd undocumented immigrants. >> you paint with a brush. >> that is baloney. >> you may not agree with me. why do you think that the democrats had the opening to attack the president and taking
him out of context. you have to be care:>> jeanine: they lie all of the time. >> just like italian people painted by the broad bush ofment maif ia. it was a sigma and the ms 13, every respectable latino in this country wants ms 13 eradicated. >> jeanine: we have to be straight shooters. and geraldo, i want to finish this. the truth is illegal immigrant and immigrants and chamber made and the person waiting on you. they want them gone and so let's call them what they care. i don't care. it is it about time to say this is right or this is wrong and this is legal and this is illegal. >> i just want everything to stop being right, left or red and blue.
this is something that should stay uniemented. latino for the most part want to be hard working part of the american dream. they don't want to be rapist and murderers. >> and they work horr hard and no one is looking to get rid of them. it is the criminal and an namless. >> we are in sync as we usually are. >> jeanine: president trump calls out obstructionist from democrats. we'll get reaction as the special edition of hannity continues. turn up your swagger game with one a day men's. ♪ get ready for the wild life
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but when they go to washington, they always vote for the radical pelosi agenda down the line. can you imagine having nancy pelosi as the speaker of the house? can you imagine in we will need to elect more members was congress who will protect life, support our military, and secure your border and grow our economy and continue making america great again. >> but if democrats gain power, they will try to reverse the incredible gains. these are historic gains. they will try to reverse many of them. nwelcome back to the special edition of hanity. that was president trump warning americans what will happen if democrats win in this year's midterm election. the president continued this morning and tweeting quote that democrats are rooting against us
in the negotiations of norths korea much just as they are coming to the defense of ms tlan thugs. and asking to end tax cut and raise your taxes instead. dems have lost touch. but according to fox news contributor doug stone said the democrats could be in trouble. a civil war is looming for democrats. primary results tuesday in four estates explain why. doug joins us now and also with it, a radio talk show gina lowden and charlie kirk. all right, doug, talk to me about yourarticle. sflshgs the progressive sadly reflect much much what donald trump was saying and moderates like me. no, we don't coddle ms 13. and they are animal and need to be called as such.
and whom we make it clear we don't want nancy pelosi as a speaker. we want pro growth agenda and compromise on health care and immigration. put simply, democrats can win as moderates but not leftest progressives. >> jeanine: what about the primary results prove? >> a number of moderates outsiders did prevail. and the week before it was progressives winning. so we are having a fight any message and where the democrats come down, judge. they resist trump. to win they need a positive pro growth inclusive agenda. >> jeanine: wasn't that hillary clinton's prospect. >> she had no message. but there is a traditional democratic message. i am a bill clinton democrat and we won with a balanced budget
and welfare reform and those are the democrats, i speak to and stand up for. >> jeanine: you know gina, the left unfortunately is siding with ms 13. north korea, rooting for north korea and saying we'll raise your taxes. can they possibly win? >> you know, in my profession going back years as someone who does psychological analysis. and i have seen derangement and people lose touch. in america and even in history, we rarely see an entire population of people so out of touch, that they would pick ms 13 members over american angel moms who lost their children and higher taxes and crying out loud nuclear war with north korea over peace. it does not make sense. and the spy gate thing go down,
it begins to remind you of in the end of the ring, you are watching it happen and you feel bad, it is grotesque and look at people who disagree with you like doug, and it is it hard to watch. >> jeanine: you don't disagree do you? aren't you in agreement that tax cuts are good? >> i would have done more tax cuts for individuals and less for big business. yes, reducing the capital gain. >> jeanine: ms 13 is animals. >> we have to get rid of them. >> jeanine: good, good. charlie what do the dems have to do? let me start with this premise. every president always loses his party always loses and that is almost a historical precedent man date given. is that going to happen this
time? >> no the democrats can mess it up. but now the republicans are leading. doug, you are old school. the democratic party of today is not what you are describing. you are describing a moderate republican agenda for america. they want universal health care for all and bernie sanders won the primary rightfully and hillary clinton stole it from them. your blend and breed is nearly gone. >> i am trying to bring it back. >> you will have an uphill battle because of the socialist defining the party. the resistance to president trump is going to hurt them in november. what's the message. going to be. bring back isis and raise your tax and restart the korean war. i say it, but you have seen in the last week, you have seen democrats defend ms13 and hamas
just because of the resistance to the president and at what point will they recognize there is it good coming out of the white whiement. >> jeanine: most of them are rooting for north korea and making fun of the president. the president is negotiating in difficult water and making a difference, i think. >> i applauded like most right thinking americans when the summit was on and we stood up in singapore to plan, the president did only thing he could which was to pull out. every right thinking american, i want and hope that the summit is on, but i do not stand with hamas. and i do not stand with ms 13 and i stand with israel and making jerusalem the eternal capital of israel. >> 0 democrats want that.
>> jeanine: i think we can all agree that the election is not just about one person but about the way we want to take the country. i don't think it is going to change you think? >> i think it is it madness right now and that is why the president is polling higher than bim bum. let's not forget. and the blue waive they are defending is more like a wet blanket. i don't think they will pull it off in the midterms. >> jeanine: thank you to all of you. coming up u. more on this special edition of hannity right after this. stay with us. and relief from symptoms caused by over 200 allergens. like those from buddy. because stuffed animals are clearly no substitute for real ones. feel the clarity. and live claritin clear.
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