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1 billion. we are going'r out to buy land. in the meantime, it won't open for 30 years. so i called my head, my great diplomat, my representative, to israel -- >> sean: welcome to "hannity." the president is on a roll in tennessee. we'll return to that. >> president trump: mentally, i can't do it. a one-story building that want to go out and overpay for a piece of bad lands and location, like they did in london before i got there. i said, david, i can't do it. the most successful lawyer. he calls me back and says, sir, what? sir, we can build the embassy o.
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i'll take it. i said, what are you talking about, 150? he said, we can build the embassy for 150. we have the best piece of land that we already own. we have a building on that piece of land. it is set back, it's a very big piece, many acres. it's in the best location. and what i want to do, sir, is take the corner of that big, beautiful building, and carve it up and we can build an embassy for 150,000. you know what i told him? i got a little extravagant. i said, david, make it for 400,000, okay? so think of it. so we opened up -- here's the other thing. "sir, we can have the embassy built in about three months." i said, sure, as opposed to 20 years. so here's the deal. $1 billion, land we don't own, it will take forever to get it
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open, it will never open, and then in addition to all of the people who will try and stop yo you, and that is a billion dollars. as opposed to a better location for 400,000. i said, spend more, please. sometimes something can cost so little it's ridiculous, right? so we opened it. it is totally beautiful. the finest stones. the finest marbles. the best location. it is open. it opened for months after we started building. we had the dedication ceremony. but that's government. by the way, i could tell you 100 stories like that. i think these stories are crazy. instead of spending a billion dollars, and not having it for 20 years, we spent 400,000 bucks and it opened up in a few months. isn't that a good story? and i think it probably is
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better. somebody said, well, -- i said, the big difference, it's probably better. okay? in order to ensure the other big move, the iranian regime never obtains nuclear weapons, i went withdrew the united states from the horrible, one-sided iranian deal. instead of apologizing for america, which we always do, we are finally standing up for our great country. and that's why in november, we will reverse a trend. when you win presidency, for some reason, you always end up losing the house, it's 90% of the time, makes absolutely new
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sentence. but i think what happens is you get complacent. all of you people in this room, some of you are friends of mine, some of you i recognize, they work so hard in tennessee, they work hard all over the country, and you win! and now you sit back and relax. that is the worst thing that can happen because all of a sudden, you haveve another election, and this election is a very important election. this is a very important election. so we need marsha blackburn to win. and it's going to be a very special time. so we'll deliver all of our citizens, we'll deliver all of our promises. together, we will lift up our country!y! we'll lift up millions and millions of americans from welfare to work, from dependence to independence, and from
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poverty to prosperity, and that is what we're doing. that is what we are doing. remember when i'd make a speech and i talk about african-american, and i'd say, highest crime rate come about education, and they are always voting african-americans vote for democrats for the most part. you know, the vast majority. they've been doing it for over 100 years. and i said, highest crime, bad education, bad this come about that, and what did i say? what the hell do you have to lose? now we have americans are so fantastic. for hispanics, for african-americans! [cheers and applause] thank you! right?
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right? and i fulfilled -- but we have just started. we have just started. we are going to build new airports, we've become like a third world country. you go to places like saudi arabia and other places, china, go to some of these countries and you'll see things that you've never seen before. we used to be the leader. we are going to build a new airports, we are going to build new highways, we are going to build new dams, we are going to build infrastructure. we just had proved recently, we just had proved, we are fixing up all of our airports. billions of dollars just got approved and i am signing it shortly. we will build new strength into our country. we will breathe new hope into our communities, and we will do it all with these big, beautiful
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hands. look at these hands. because we've got more capability, we've got margaret, and we've got a thing called american pride. and nobody has it like us. loyal citizens like you, the people of tennessee, helped build this country, and together, we are taking back our country. we are returning theng power bak to our great american patriots. this great state was forged through the sweat and courage of tough frontier men and strong frontier women who braved the elements and divide the dangers to carve out a home in the wilderness, not easy.
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generations of proud, patriotic tennessee pioneers, these are incredible people. your relatives, who love their families, love their country, and love their god, made this beautiful state into their beloved home. this is the state of country music.le of nashville legends. we love those legends. and of memphis blues. it is the state of andrew jackson, a great president and a great general, by the way. it's the state of davy crockett andav sergeant. this november, this is the state
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where america has come back. we'll continue full speed ahead. we stand on the shoulders of american heroes, what we have done, what we have done, we have beaten empires, we have team confidence, we have triumphed over the worst evils in history, we have triumphed over evil like no one has ever seen before. our ancestors, they crossed the ocean, they blazed the trail, they climb to the and created the modern world with their own two hands, the nation that built the empire state building in less than one year, and to the golden gate bridge and the incredible panama canal, which e gave away.
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which we gave away. we won two world wars. we defeated communism and fascism. and we put a a man on the face f the moon. and you see what's happening with nasa. you see those rocket ships and starting to go u up again. a lot of jobs. a lot of great stuff happening with that. as long as we are proud of who we are and what we are fighting for, we will never, ever fail. never fail. i say it, and i say it all the time. we are so respected again. i can't even tell you, really, the degree to which people respect our country again. it's amazing. it's amazing. with your help, with your voice,
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and with your vote, we will win, won, win. we'll achieve victory for our magnificent land, the land that we love, because we are americans, ande our hearts bleed red, white, and blue. we will never givele in. we will never give up. and we will never stop fighting for our country, for our flag, and for our great, beautiful freedom! we are one people. we are one family, and one glorious nation under god! without a question, without a doubt, we will make america wealthy again. we will make america strong
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again. we will make america safe again. and... we will make america great again! thank you very much! god bless you! we love you! think you! god bless you! ♪ ♪ >> sean: there you see the president wrapping up a massive rally in nashville, tennessee. it hung up highlights will bring you throughout the hour. we have incredible breaking news that we'll be covering all night tonight with the trump administration pushing hard for peace on the peninsula. now a senior north korean official, as we speak, traveling right here to new york for a historic meeting with the
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secretary of state, mike pompeo. by the s way, they'll probably have to pay taxes while they are here, such a high tax state. meanwhile, the destroy-trump-media openly mocking his negotiations with kim jong un and they are all ignoring the trump administration's massive diplomatic success, including bringing the american hostages from all over the world, we'll show you the worst of the worst at how corrupt your biased media's tonight. also, we have robert mueller's out-of-control russia probe, now lost any sense of legitimacy and we'll explain. according to a report, obama justice department, the utilized at least one informant to spy on multiple trump campaign officials and associates during the 2016 election. by the way, the media is lying about her. mrobert mueller has allegedly weaponize the information collected by the informant spies in order to target president trump and those connected to his campaign.n. one of the funniest moments a
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spy, let me know, please put your hand up. he is dragging out the investigation. he wants to derail many pro-trump republicans and the midterms. we'll explain the president's tweet from earlier and of course thee media doesn't get it. they are running for a full cover from robert mueller, downplaying this illicit deep state spying scheme, the biggest abuse of power, the biggest corruption scandal, an american history. also, liberal activists all across the country were publicly embarrassed this week after they were caught pushing a salacious fake story about president trump putting illegal immigrants in cages. it turns out, that actually was under obama's administration. finally, we'll bring you the latest on the "roseanne" canceled by abc after rose roseanne barr's incendiary comments. sit tight, buckle up, tonight's very important breaking news opening monologue. ♪ you saw the president giving a rousing speech in nashville, tennessee, during a campaign push roy senate candidate,
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friend of the show, marsha blackburn. we'll play you some of the best moments of the rally throughout the show.he first, as the president's historic talks with kim jong un ways and the balance, despite what you are hearing from the left wing media in this country, we have all reason to believe and be hopeful about the potential of coming to talk with north korea. tomorrow the secretary of state miketo pompeo, he is set to meet with a high ranking north korean official in new york city. the most senior official to visit the united states in nearly two decades. a massive development. only the latest sign that these historic talks h might still tae place in singapore as scheduled to begin on june the 12th. course last week president trump initially canceled the summit, sending a strongly worded letter to kim jong un after the death toll mike desperate, dictator authorized a series of aggressie statements and failed to defy with some of the basic planning ahead of the talks. as you can imagine, the corrupt
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media use that letter to discredit the president. they, in order to have the president fail, that means the country has to avail. they are openly rooting for the president to fail. even if a more peaceful world is at stake for our children. watch this pathetic, despicable, display of trump derangement syndrome. >> is a friend of mine said in an email to me as i was on a train to new york, it sounds like a 13-year-old stream of consciousness in a breakup letter from overnight camp. >> i will break up with you before you break up with me, by the way, call me. >> last week, a u.s. team at singapore showed up on a date by north korea, then ghosted by north korea, not even responding to u.s. overtures and today, culminating in name-calling, very awkward breakup letter, by the way, the threat of using nuclear weapons. >> as far as we know, he didn't consult with his own national
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security council, he dictates this bizarre, embarrassing letter. >> a total breakup letter. when your relationships are souring, you want to be the lunch break at first, so you cut it off, you are like, maybe we can leave it open, that is what this feels like. >> sean: breakup letter. how many times have i said thaty everyone in the media, they are all cheap, they have that echo chamber, and they'll quote themselves, and i think they are so smart. why the media -- they need to learn the art of the deal with north korea, they are more than happy to report the president's historic diplomatic crimes. this includes trump's success, so far, he has freed 17 americans who were once detained or held hostage abroad. the latest example game this weekend when the trump administration secure the release of an american, joshua holt, and his wife, after they spent nearly two years in a venezuelan prison after being detained on several bogus politically motivated charges. take an look.
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>> i'm just overwhelmed with gratitude. for you guys, for everything that you've done, for the support of my wife, through those two years, very, very difficult two years. so grateful for what you have done and for thinking about me and caring about me, just as a normal person. it really touches me, and thank you. >> you been very brave. we saw what was happening inside of that prison. he really have been very, very brave. >> sean: thank god our fellow americans are home. president's historic diplomatic gains around the world throughout the program tonight.un first, more disturbing developments from robert mueller's illegitimate, runaway witch hunt. this needs to go away. last week, we reported that the justice department under the obama administration utilized at least one fbi informant to actively spy on multiple people that are associated with a trump campaign. that includes a sam clovis and carter page.
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they will be here tonight along with george papadopoulos, who recently pled guilty to lying to the fbi after pressure from the office of the special counsel. sam clovis recently told byron york that the informant fbi spy used him in order to secure the meeting with papadopoulos. meanwhile, former trump campaign aide michael cavuto, he also, all three of these guys that were approached by the spy, will join us tonight. of course, he's claiming that he was approached by multiple governmentnt informants during e 2016 election. imagine for a second if there were spies and hillary's campaign and she did do a deal for russian propaganda. take a look. >> let me tell you something that i know for a fact. this informant, this in person with a planted, tried to plant in the campaign, even into the administration, if you believe axios, not the only person that came with a campaign for the fbi is not the only obama agency that came with a campaign. i know because they came at me.
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i'm looking for a clearance for my attorney reveal this to the public. this is just the beginning. >> sean: even former assistant u.s. attorney, andy mccarthy, he's backing up some of these claims in an article entitled, "the obama administrations have been preferable pretext for spying on the trump campaign." any article, "the obama administration decided to use as counterintelligence powers to spy on the trump campaign using at least one corporate environment, electronic monitoring of communications, and other intelligence gathering tactics. it is more the norm against deploying such tactics against political opponents, not based on evidence of a trump-russia criminal conspiracy, but on speculation about the trump campaign's russia contacts and russian sympathies. how many times have i said they are weaponizing the powerful tools of intelligence? this illicit, unprecedented spying is now being used by team mueller to malign
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president trump and everybody else around him. hours ago, the president trump raised another pressing concern. he tweeted out... now the president raises an important concern, especially given the new revelation surrounding what the president is calling, rightly, spygate. of course, the mainstream media is providing cover for team mueller as they actively are rooting for the special counsel investigation to find something, to find anything on this president. as you can probably imagine, the media has been doing everything inn its power to downplay what s the single biggest abuse of power corruption scandal in american politics and history. by the way, you have an administration using the justice
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department to spy on an opposing political party during the presidential election using bought and paid for, the other campaign, in this case, hillary clinton, using her bought and paid for one ultimate money through a law firm, fusion gps, to hire a foreign national, to get russian light that even he says in an interrogatory in great britain, may be 50/50 at best, raw intelligence, to then get a warrant by lying to a spy, -- a fisa g judge, and an original application, and three subsequent applications, and not telling any of the judges that hillary paid for it. take a look at how the biased process trying to brush aside this huge, massive national abuse of power corruption scandal. >> i have an aversion to the use of the word spy. for the sake of discussion, let's use that term, which conventionally means, the use of tradecraft, using a formally
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trained case officer, who would mask identity, attempt to recruit, so none of the attributes of spy craft, if i can use that term, were present here. this is the most benign form of information gathering. to characterize it as a spy or spygate is of course part of the narrative. it is directly untypical to what i actually said. >> trump has seemed, there is the elusiveness of the truth, and the lies, et cetera, but these obsessions with conspiracy theories and tall tales come as you say, they factor, the point is he is using them to a particular political effect. >> sean: a liberal hack and clapper is a liar. we'll have much more on the spying scandal and the complicit media's cover up all throughout the show. let's turn to a story that left many on the left totally embarrassed over the weekend. this picture circulated online,
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showing many illegal immigrants being detained in a chain-link cage. of course, many on the left became outraged, just outraged, quickly accusing the trump administration of massive human rights violations. you b have activist shawn king saying that children of immigrants are being held in cages like dogs, and linda sarsour, remember her? she chimed in, hash taking we are our children. they failed to realize, let's put those pictures back up, they were taking in 2014. barack hussein obama was your president. the boys to concern about obama's defense detention policy. others on the left used the pictures to attack the president. >> the photo is from 2014, but that tweet highlights.
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>> some scrutiny that children are being separated from their parents at the border. it is a policy the trump administration has defended. >> president trump tweeted about one of his favorite topics this morning, immigration. this, as his policies are facing major criticism, writing in part, dems must agree for new border could mark control. the president has been taking serious heat for his immigration policies recently, particularly his policy of separating families and attention. >> there's a new policy from the administration right now to separate families. these are families who made the courageous decision, hard decision, to leave behind everything that they have, their families, communities, belongings, out of fear comic to come to the united states. >> sean: the reboot of this said, "roseanne" has been canceled, that is after roseanne barr made some incendiary, appalling comments on twitter
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about the appearance of obama aide valerie jarrett prayed earlier today, she did apologize, but the show is over. we'll have our reaction. joining us with reaction to all of this breaking news, and of course the presidents bike rally in nashville, tennessee, sara carter and the author of the very soon to be released number one best seller,, youco are going to want to read this book, i have read a lot of it. it's amazing. "the russian hoax: the listing scheme to clearly clinton and frame donald trump," our own gregg jarrett is with us. the start gate. this is what i love about you, you become a close friend, we get a lot of time to talk. you said, sean, i looked up the definition of what a spy is. the government definition? speak ofov this is just your pln dictionary definition. in fact, if you look in a thesaurus, it says, "secret or
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undercover agent," that is what this guy was. he was deployed undercover to gather information. it can be gathered through observation or listening or conversations done secretly. so yes, this was a spy, who was operating, the media wants to quibble over semantics, so they can trash trump as a liar. the media, frankly, it is either too lazy or stupid to look it u up. >> sean: journalism in america is dead. it's dead, it's gone, it's buried. they are all liberal activists. i've got some amazing stuff we are doing that you will be proud of. sara? good to see you. let's talk about -- i didn't watch a lot of tv this weekend, and i don't like fake news, so i don't watch them very often, but i'm watching some of these shows and i'm like, it is sort of like a love letter, the letter to kim jong un, or a breakup -- a
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breakup letter. they are all saying the same thing. it's not a spy, only an informant. okay. the informant that is approaching people in the will be, three of whom on this show tonight, and trying to get information from them. that is a spy. >> he is a spy. he did not reveal his original intent. his intentions when he met them, sean. it is obvious he was there to gatherer information. he did the same thing with george papadopoulos, after he met withth sam clovis. he then contacts george papadopoulos, offers him $3,000 to write a paper and come to england in august of 2016 and when papadopoulos is there, he starts pushing on him, asking him questions about what does he know about the russians, what does he know about emails. even at that point -- >> sean: why didn't they ask wikileaks? it did wikileaks have any proof?
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we do know thatik hillary clinton's server, andri the original draft of comey, said there were six foreign intelligence services that got into her email server. it could have been russia, china, north korea, iran, i'm just guessing. >> of course, that is what u.s. intelligence officials have said, there is no doubt that her server was infiltrated by foreign actors. why haven't -- >> sean: i want that information. america deserves that information. >> america deserves all the information including the documentation that opened up this investigation. that's what america deserves. >> sean: bingo. there's new york a "new york te out tonight, the bottom line is, mueller is so desperate, he's looking into a march 2017 meeting with trump and sessions about him on recusing himself. i'm not a lawyer, you are.
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i'm beginning to think mueller is so wrapped up on this, so abusively biased, he so desperate to come he doesn'tsi understand simple fundamentals of the law but he should know, for example, that the president has the right to ask for investigations and stopping investigations. >> or prosecutions or not to prosecute. the historical example would be president andrew johnson after the civil war. he sent word to the u.s. attorney in virginia, "is my all those indictments against robert e. lee and the other confederate generals for treaso" the president was authorized to do that. fast forward 150 years, here we are now, and mueller wants to criminalize a perfectly legitimate conversation with the attorney general in which he is being scolded for a centrally using u the wrong regulation tom recuse himself. the regulation calls for recusal in criminal cases. this wasn't a criminal case.
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it was a counterintelligence probe. this justt underscores what a colossal waste of taxpayer money mueller is squandering and how desperate he is. >> sean: he has the president -- the president has the constitutional authority. this is what mark live in has been saying. the constitution is on his side. he has the precedence of constitutional authority, and it's not ambiguous, gregg, it's straightforward. we have all this president. >> mueller wants to criminalize a duty to mike legitimate conversation the president is having. >> sean: bingo, alan dershowitz. criminalize political differences. sara, you have a really good comment to my column. rod rosenstein doesn't want the speaker of the house, call pau, begging on his hands and knees, what eventually became the fisa memo and the house intel
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committee, and the grassley graham memo, then they use this package of redacting in the name of national security. >> they don't have that right. rod rosenstein should know better. under article one of the constitution, regardless, this is based on supreme court precedent, i'm sure gregg can talk about this, even if it's classified information, congress has the authority for oversight, and rod rosenstein knows this better than anyone else. that is why they are fighting so hard for these documents. these documents are essential, sean. if we want to find the answers to this russia investigation, we need to get them. >> sean: released them. by the way, the attorney general -- you can demand that they get released. the american people have had it, and i know, and you know, sara, and gregg knows if they are released, this whole thing blows up in their face in a massive way, which is why they are fighting so hard not to release them. >> which is why we are fighting
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so hard to have them released. >> sean: good point. great job as always. gregg, one is the book out? >> speaker about six weeks. you can preorder it. >> sean: can't you release it sooner? >> call up harpercollins. >> sean: our company owns harpercollins. [laughs] get tonight during his rally in nashville, the president spoke about a spygate, as we've been discussing. take a look a look. >> so how do you like the fact they had people infiltrating our campaign? can you imagine? can you imagine? can you imagine? people infiltrating our campaign! is there anybody in this big, beautiful arena, right now, that is infiltrating our campaign? will you please raise your hand? that would take courage. [laughs]
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no, look, you look at what is going on. never, and the history of our country, has something taken place like took place during this election. >> sean: joining us now, exclusively, three people whose lives have been severely and harshly impacted by robert mueller and his pit bull andrew weissmann's witch hunt. sam clovis, former trump campaign aide michael caputo, and carter page. let me ask you a really simple question. carter, you first. were you spied upon? did a spy approach you? >> i'm not sure, sean. there are integral parts of the fake dni report of january 6, 2017. firstfi is hacking, and we knowi have been hacked.
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>> sean: i want to make sure people know. this is the trump campaign associate. this iss the guy that today used liquid and bought and paid for phony russian dossier with russian lies to get a fisa want to spy an american. rod rosenstein signed off on one of them, the last on, which makes it worse, because by then we knew they were paid for russian lies. >> the other part of the dni report as well as the fake news government propaganda. wehi know now, which led to that fisa warrant, broadcasting board of governors, -- >> sean: why are you going to russia and why didn't they just say to the fbi in the spring of 2016, why didn't they go, and say, carter page -- you never met trump? >> never prayed >> sean: why didn't they just say, this guy's going to russia, works for your campaign, we are worried about him. >> because there's nothing to it.
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>> sean: why were you in russia? >> i gave a speech. >> sean: you didn't get paid for it? >> zero. >> sean: is being reported that you were a former cia operative. >> at all. it's funny.n there's a double standard there as well. i was being given information to the cia -- >> sean: you cooperate with your country when you made these foreign trips? you don't like these questions? >> generally, i tried to be very confidential. >> sean: you are debriefed, you love america. you were trying to help your country by meeting with intel cia people. >> they ask for my help and i did not say no. >> sean: okay. sam clovis. let's start with you. >> yes, sir. >> sean: you were approached -- i knew who the guy was two weeks before, a long time before they mention his name. you were approached by this guy. what did he say to you? what did he want from you?
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>> what he really wanted was he used carter page as a person to gain access to a meeting with me and we met ono the first of september 2016 in washington, d.c., area, and i think he used me to create an introduction to george papadopoulos. i did not know that this individual subsequently met with george. i had no idea about that. but m our meeting was totally innocuous, so innocuous that i didn't report it up the chain of command. and i didn't think anything of it. in fact, i've never opened any of the attachments. >> sean: a quality guy, three campaigns, i want to jump to win, in the meanwhile, he wants information. fair statement? >> no, he didn't try to get any information for me. i think what this meeting was about was they used me as a way to get an introduction to george. he wanted to go to george papadopoulos and i think he used
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carter page to get me and then he used me to get to george. i really think that was the whole chain of events there. because i really think with the goal was was to create a linkage between an affiliate of the trump campaign back to those emails, and in order to create more probable cause, to create more probable cause for fisa warrants, and also, to help create a scandal. i really do think that was the intent and purpose of what this individual was about to. >> sean: you guys stay right here. this is very important. i have a very important question to all of you. that is, there is an article with the headline, "how robert mueller ruined my life." we'llin get to that and more ase continue. stay with us on "hannity" ." ♪ to deliver up to 7 hours of sleep support. number one sleep doctor recommended remfresh-your nightly sleep companion.
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"hannity," we have sam clovis, carter page, michael caputo, all approached by the spy in the trump campaign. mike, tell us about your side. imagine if it wasn't your side, imagine if it was how different this narrative would be. >> i believe i got at least two or perhaps more approaches by individuals who were trying to offer information to the campaign that would have jammed us up in some way, shape, or form. it's very clear that sam and carter were both approached by a spy. i don't care what they call the spy, human intelligence, back here in buffalo, you can call it elongated cylindrical semolina but we still call it spaghetti. a spy is a spy is a spy. that is what it is. they've done more than this. they have to have done more than
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what with sam and carter. they did a lot more. in reality, we have known, we would have all been like that guy in "goodfellas" watching out for helicopters and tomato sauce all daypt long. these guys are going at it from all different angles. i'm convinced -- >> sean: what congressman or senator, i don't think there's one, if they got a phone call, "i've got oppo research in your opponent," wouldn't take the meeting. anyone who says otherwise, wouldn't do otherwise is lying. here's the bigger picture that i want the audience to fully understand. you nearly lost her height hou, michael. a column about you, carter, how robert mueller room no mike ruined your life. >> s it is what president trump always had my campaign trail. it's not about me, it's about us. i think about all of this damage
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listed to our volunteers in our committee, look at what it did to sam. the first time i've had a chance to talking with him in over a year and a half. the support that he gave in terms of talking through a lot of these lies that were being put out by the u.s. government, an fake media outlets. >> sean: leaking, like a sieve, from a a special counsels office. sam, i read a lot about you. how is your life impacted? you are laughing but i don't think it's funny. >> i am pretty calm. i have a great faith and again, it's great to finally have a chance to communicate with carterit's again. i will say this. one of the reasons, i left government about three weeks ago. i was in the administration and i left the administration at one of the reasons, they were many, one of the reasons i left is because i was tired of not being able to defend myself. i said, that is enough. i'm going to come out, take the
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muzzle out, and i'm going to talk to everyone, tell everyone, what this is been about. i can tell you what michael and carter have talked about, this has been -- i agree with michael. they have come at us on multiple directions, multiple avenues, and from multiple agencies. i think the american people need to know that this is the worst possible abuse of power at taxpayer expense, and i i will y this. i have taken the oath of office three times. i've sworn my oath to the constitution three times. and we have any number of people, many high-ranking people in the obama administration, that took the same oath, and they wouldn't know what david came up and bit them on the but butt. >> sean: a powerful statement. michael, you nearly lost her house. form what i understand, the american people stood up to help you. >> they really did. i will tell you, if it weren'tiv for the american people giving
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the money to pay for my legal fees, and more legal fees, and paying other people's legal fees, this thing is really outrageous. i will tell you what, today i spent photocopying papers about a jealous husband, it happened after the election. just for robert mueller. that is how ridiculous this is. >> sean: spent more on lawyers than she did making to try to spend our country. the senate should demand that sam is brought on as the undersecretary of agriculture immediately, given t everything he's been through. >> sean: we'll have you guys back. the story is important. thispe camp at no >> this can happen >> this can't happen in our america. dr. gorka, dan bongino next. just one free hearing test at
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>> rallying ton >> sean: i does tennessee rally tonight, and supportive senate candidate marsha blackburn, president trump but after blackburn's opponent, democratic leadership, great stuff. watch this. >>wa he is an absolute, total tl of chuck schumer. he's a tool! of chuck schumer and of course, the ms-13 lover, nancy pelosi. i said they are animals, and she said, how dare you say that. how dare you say that. have you seen what they've done? have you seen what they are doing to us? we are taking them out of our country by the thousands. out! >> sean: joining a snack from a former deputy assistant to the president, fox news national security strategist, dr. gorka.
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nra contributor, dan bongino. dr. gorka, the election is the biggest, most important midterm, it will be about taking back the tax cuts, it will be about impeaching this president, undoing an election, about a lot of the other things the presiden mentioned tonight. he talked a lot about the election. >> tonight was a barn stormer. i started taking out the things he covered. i just ran out of space, sean. whether it is nancy, the ms-13 lover, standing up for the flag, the second amendment, rebuilding our military, the tax cuts, this was the speech. you don't need any talking points for november, i don't care who the candidate is, whether it is the senate, house, the speech that nailed the republican wave, not the democrat ways. i want too see a blue wave because guess whose color is blue, it is our color. if there is any party that is read, it's the democrats.
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tonight was spectacular. i don't see with the democrats have to run on after tonight. bringing back ices? raising your taxes? leading more ms-13 into the country? tonight was fabulous, sean. >> sean: i think this midterm election is the biggest in our lifetime. because knowing what they want to do, they are saying to each other, we want to do it but don't tell the american people. big lie to the american people. >> you're right, sean. if we lose the house, this president will be impeached for nothing. he'll be impeached because he won an election. there will be no serious crimes and misdemeanors. i have the land of the night was the ms-13 line. again, this is the gift of donald trump. donald trump gets the democrats to show their butts to the american people all the time and show them who they really are. he gets them to defend ms-13, hamas, and the north koreans, and the span of your last month.
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that is who the democrats really are. he's the only one that could have done that. >> sean: the media, the sheep are, oh, it's like a breakup letter. the breakup letter got within 24 hours, kim jong un's people, pretty please come a little rocket man, begging to meet with the president. as a classic example, art of the deal. we have a short night tonight because of the speech. when i come back, morris p after this. ♪ i 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.
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>> sean: unfortunately that's all the time we have left this evening. we always thank you for being with us. i want to remind you of a couple of things. there is big news. we are going to continue our investigation. the media is wrong as it relates to no spies in the trump campaign. definition of what a spy is, the dictionary definition. the thesaurus definition of what a spy is. so it's getting kind of interesting. we also are expecting the ig report as it relates to the hillary clinton email
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investigation to be any day this week and all the other news. we promise we will always be fair and balanced. we are not the destroy-trump media. let not your heart be troubled. laura ingraham has a big show. at no time to chitchat. take it away. >> laura: i love your pink tie. only certain men can pull it off. that pink on you, seriously, you are masculine. you do like mma fighting, whatever that's called. >> sean: it's called mixed martial arts. i've got my second degree found -- brown belt, i'm moving towards my black. >> laura: of course you are. >> sean: take the show, it's yours. >> laura: roundhouse kick to the head, you're down. >> sean: good luck with that. >> laura: good evening from washington. i'm laura ingraham, this is "the ingraham angle." we have our work cut out today. we are trying to squeeze so much great stuff for you into just one hour. abc moves really quickly, cancels roseanne's hit show after her racially charged tweet.