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him. the full interview will be on our facebook page soon. that's it for us tonight. the show that is the sworn enemy of of lying, pomposity, smugness and group think. >> sean: this is an amazing news night. stay with us. welcome to "hannity." 18 months and counting. we are still waiting for that inspector general's report on how the fbi and doj mishandled the 2016 clinton server investigation. tonight parts of that ig report were leaked. not looking good for james comey, andrew mccabe or loretta lynch. we have new information. breaks surrounding mueller's run away witch hunt. he is demanding that all witnesses turn over their phones to his merry band of hillary
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supporters and trump hating sycophants. will they be allowed to bust up their computers with hammers? first lady melania trump back in the spotlight after disgusting speculation from the corrupt news media. we will show you how the president responded and the president shining a light on criminal justice reform in the wake of his latest clemency grant. and bill clinton still under fire for his disastrous book tour. slick willie is no longer getting a pass from his friends and the democratic party. and amazing economic statistics from 105 days of donald trump. a busy news day in tonight's
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important opening monologue. nbc new reporting that michael horowitz is coming out strong agenda james comey, andrew mccabe and loretta lynch. examining how they mishandled the 2016 criminal case to hillary clinton. we were right and your media was wrong. james comey cleared hillary clinton of all charges but not before many misdeeds surrounding the investigation. one source told abc that the draft report uses the words insubordinate to describe comey's behavior. none of this is surprising. the mccabe report came out and then the criminal referral. we know about loretta lynch's
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tarmac meeting with bill clinton before she helped clear his wife of all of these charges. we know about mccabe's democratic ties and lying. hillary clinton did commit felonies. she obstructed justice. that's indisputable at this point. andrew mccabe is now requesting immunity from the u.s. senate in exchange against his former boss james comey. the full report should have been released by now. frankly, if it's released between now and next wednesday -- the summit on tuesday of next week -- that mean they are trying to bury this on a summer weekend so it doesn't get the coverage it normally would. if they will release it early next week they are trying to bury it during the singapore summit. what you deserve is justice in the form of criminal referrals for everybody we just mentioned. 18 long months and mr
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obstruction himself of congress, rob rosenstein, he's had this report for 2 weeks already. i can only imagine what he is trying to get changed or redacted. catherine has a new report. remember peter strzok demoted after his anti-trump texts were available. catherine reports he was the lead investigator in the clinton case. he hated trump and wanted the insurance policy. he moved on to the russia collusion case and put on mueller's witch hunt team. this trump hating fbi agent playing a lead role in everything. clearing hillary clinton and tapped to investigate donald trump. one more reason the inspector general's report should have been released by now. as the mueller witch hunt turns
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on the special. they are demanding that witnesses turn in their phones so team mueller and his pit bull weissman and ray who worked for clinton get to review all of their electronic devices communications. even text on encrypted aps. if they follow hillary clinton's lead delete all of your emails and acid watch your hard drive and then bash them to pieces and hand the pieces over to robert mueller and say hillary clinton, this is equal justice under the law. how would that work for everybody mueller is demanding their phones? the person in challenge of the mueller witch hunt, the
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department ag, rob rosenstein responded to growing calls for his recusal. writing a letter to senator lindsey graham. he recommended comey's firing. he signed off on the final fisa warrant based on hillary clinton's bought and paid for dossier that christopher steele said maybe 50-50. given that rosenstein is overseeing an investigation where he is a key witness and signed off on the fisa, i think it's deem inappropriate a long time ago. earlier today. former new york mayor and current trump attorney rudy giuliani had strong words about trying to undo the election of the american people. watch what he said. >> they are a group of 13 highly partisan democrats that makeup the mueller team and trying very
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hard to frame him and get him in trouble when he hasn't done anything wrong. they may not realize they are doing it. they can't come to the grips to the fact of the whole thing of russian collusion is not happen. they are trying to invent obstruction of justice. the president fired the fbi director and he said have fired him. he was a terrible fbi director. >> tucker: even comey said he had the right to fire him. bad news for the trump hating mainstream media. their conspiracy theorys about our first lady melania trump missing in action came crashing down today as the first lady appeared along side her husband at an event in washington, d.c. take a look. >> i would like to sort of maybe say and pay respects to some of the people here. i have a list. we have to start with our great
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first lady melania trump. thank you. >> [applauding]. >> she went through a rough patch, but he is doing great. we are proud of her. done a fantastic job as first lady. the people of our country love you. thank you, honey. >> tucker: glad she is healthy and her approval ratings are higher than the president. the president tweeted today. that the fake news media has been so vicious to my wife, our great first lady melania. they reported everything from near death to facelifts to she left me to abuse. all fake. she is doing well. kimberlied. -- kim kardashian. she visited the oval office to shine a light on the criminal justice system and a case involving johnson, a great
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grandmother sentenced to life in prison after found get of non-violent drug charges. her first offense. president trump commuted her sentence who already served 22 years. a few hours ago kim kardashian thanked the president: so grateful to everyone who contributeed to this important moment for johnson. this gives hope to so many others who deserve a second chance. this is just the beginning of what is a long needed conversation in this country about sentencing and criminal reform the president will tackle. 2-tiered justice system stretches wide and far. equal justice under the law. equal applications of the laws. we wish miss johnson all of our
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best. someone who benefitted from the 2-tier justice system, former president bill clinton back in the spotlight. he is finally face something back lash from democrats over his long history of sexual abuse and misconduct. democrats in the media protected the clintons through the last presidential campaign until november 9th, 2016 the day after hillary clinton lost. >> do you feel more responsibility? >> no, i felt terrible then. i came to grips with it. >> did you ever apologize? >> yes. >> nobody believes i got out of that free. i left the white house $16 million in debt. but you typically have ignored
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gaping facts and i bet you don't even know them. >> do you feel you owe her an apology? >> i do. i never talked to her. but i did say publicy on more than one occasion i was sorry. i guilt with it 20 years plus. the american people stayed with me. i tried to do a good job since then with my life and work. >> sean: bill clinton trashed them for asking tough questions. they fired back. take a look. >> the former bill clinton expressing some regret over his remarks about monica lewinsky here on "today." making false allegations. >> he said his interview was not
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his finest hour. mr. clinton made another public apology but took issues with the questions we asked him. >> the tape speaks for himself. you did not assert that he never apologized. >> sean: the rest of the media is 30 years too late. they gave bill clinton a total pass until his wife lost the election. on "hannity" we called out clinton alleged sexual assault before the left cared about his misconduct. you might remember this. >> you described a seen where he was biting on your lip. when it was over, he was leaving. he said you better put some ice on that. >> and casually put on his sunglasses and walked out the door. >> it was a terrible ordeal. it was an assault. >> he assaulted you against your
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will? >> yes. >> it's an allegation that is not made by one woman but multiple. >> many of us. he said i may need to be going. he sat down and pulled down his pants. his whole everything. he was exposed. i said i am not that kind of girl. i need to get back to my desk. >> sean: that was one of the hardest interviews i have done in 23.5 years here at fox. we will never be the mainstream media. we cover the stories they refuse to because they are so agenda driven. these are issues that should transcend politics. another amazing piece of economic news. perhaps the best ever. for the first time since the stats started recording, the united states has more jobs today than jobless claims. get that.
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more jobs available than we have people on the unemployment lines. we have 14 states today with record low unemployment numbers and for women and african-american and hispanic americans. if it was the obama administration, chris matthews would have a lot of thrills running up and down his legs 24/7. this president promised you more jobs. in 501 day hes is deliveriy. joining us the former u.s. attorney for the district of columbia. joe, 18 months later, i have a problem, we had a good result in the case of mccabe where there was a criminal rer falnow. -- referral. now rob rosenstein and the doj have had this report for 2 weeks. the same guy that obstructed congress and won't hand over the
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documents they subpoenaed, why do i not trust him that they want redactions to protect themselves? >> the reason is simple, sean. rob rosenstein is a careerist. he believes in the institution of the department of justice and the fbi to the exclusion of any accusations of fault. the ig report is being scrubbed by rosenstein to remove as much embarrassing information about the bureau as possible. unfortunately, it's going to be delay the release of the report and perhaps put it out during the singapore summit. this conduct by rosenstein and the people responsible for the delay is reprehensible. but it's a pattern. what they want to do is they want to hurt the president. the deputy attorney general wants to hurt the president and prevent the release of truthful
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information to deny transparencies to the american people. what happened during the campaign and what happened during the hillary clinton email server investigation is a national disgrace. rosenstein should be at the forefront of releasing that information. instead he is trying to hide substantial portions of it. >> sean: it won't be michael horowitz that decides the release date. if it's released now through next week with this historic singapore summit with kim jong-un and president trump, do you agree they are burying it during one of the most historic summits in history? >> well, there is no question that's their intent. otherwise this would have been release aid long time ago. the reason it's delayed is to allow the leaks when you saw
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today, the partial leak of the description of the comey insubordination. he was more than that. he subverted the department of justice. loretta lynch was compromised. there sat sally yates who could have described what happened and decided this case on behalf of the attorney general. what is happening now is they are delaying to prevent timely disclosure. >> sean: you are convinced they will try to bury this? >> absolutely. >> sean: who would make that decision? >> it's rob rosenstein. the report even though it's going to congress is controlled by the attorney general. and the inspector general. they have the right to make changes for national security or other reasons.
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>> sean: 2 weeks worth of redactions. >> this is ridiculous. >> sean: and remember the fbi director assigned additional people to respond more quickly. let's go to what has come out to the insubordination issue. we know the facts in this case. it's indisputable at this point. hillary clinton violated the espionage act and put top secret information on a private server. that's illegal and lied about it. and as i said, now that robert mueller wants everybody's phones in case they use one of these applications, he wants all of this information i wonder if everybody does what hillary clinton did.
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let's the app and acid watch the phone and take the simcards out how would that work out for robert mueller? >> they would obstruct justice. that wasn't the way hillary clinton was treated. james comey conducted a fraudulent investigation. no suspects. -- subpoenas. massive immunity. you have a double standard. it's visible from the way mueller is conducting his investigation. the ultimate pressure opposed to the no pressure in the hillary clinton investigation. >> sean: and the larger role? we only have a sampling of text messages of peter strzok. the hatred they had for donald
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trump. we broke a story that said it was run out of the obama white house. they were writing the exoneration in may and this was july. he lieed to the fbi and was involved in the investigation of trump and robert mueller appointed this guy. when are the charges against him coming? >> i don't think there is any doubt the inspector general's report will deal with all of that. peter strzok is a serious person. he would be someone because of the knowledge he has of comey, he may be immunized. there will be criminal referrals from the investigation involving the way the fbi covered up the
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clinton investigation led by the senior dirty cop james comey through the case. it's the most embarrassing situation in the fbi. >> sean: there are fbi agents that want to tell the story of ou corrupt their bosses are. they will be the heroes the rank and file. sarah carter and jesse watters and who will win tonight and much more straight ahead. for my constipation, my doctor recommended i switch to miralax. stimulant laxatives forcefully stimulate the nerves in your colon. miralax is different. it works with the water in your body. unblocking your system naturally. miralax. now available in convenient single-serve mix-in pax. let's do an ad of a man eating free waffles at comfort inn. they taste like victory because
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>> ♪ >> they are a group of 13 highly
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partisan democrats that makeup the mueller team who are trying very, very hard to frame him. to get him in trouble when he not done anything wrong. they may not realize they are doing it. but they can't emotionally come to grips with the fact that this whole thing of russian collusion did not happen. they are trying to invent theories of obstruction of justice. the president fired the fbi director. the president has a right to fire the fbi director. the president should have fired him. he was a terrible fbi director. >> sean: that's former new york city mayor rudy giuliani saying robert mueller and his team are trying to frame the president. sarah carter, you see that book right there. get your copy now. it comes out next month. don't want to miss it. to the inspector general, what you don't tell, greg jarrett
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well. i want to ask a question here. is the mayor right? a perjury trap is framing. that's the title of your book. >> sure. i think the mayor borrowed the sub-title of my book. he stole from me. it's a form of flattery. >> sean: ouch! disblnt -->> the evidence is there was a scheme not to just to clear hillary clinton of copious crimes. >> sean: she committed felonies and obstructed justice? >> right. how you can explain all of these people did much less of the
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identical thing that hillary clinton did. they get criminally prosecuted and she doesn't? >> sean: sarah, that's the point here. rob rosenstein has held this ig report for 2 weeks wanting redactions. comments made. i am sure trying to alter this document. the question here: greg jarrett makes the case in that book. these documents that exist. he had a lot more information. that raises the question: will he give into the pressure and bury it on a summer friday or bury it during the summit next week? >> the scales of justice appear to be not balanced. that's what greg jarrett is saying. christian spent a year in prison for something minor and thankfully pardoned by president trump. now we see what is going on with
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michael horowitz and he being pushd ed into a corner. he has to give the people in the report the time to do their due diligence and review the report. they have to turn back those addendums to the report. >> sean: doesn't he have the final say? >> absolutely. he has the final say when it's released. he can come back and say this is not a national security risk. i won't redact this. this doesn't expose sources of methods. >> sean: he is the inspector general of the department of justice. it's all in the same family? >> that's right and all eyes on horowitz and this report. he will do the right thing. if he believes when ha he does, he will do what is right here.
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that april 24th -- >> sean: anything shore of hillary clinton committed felonies or obstructed justice that comey, peter strzok affected the investigation is a failure in my opinion. >> it would be a failure to our justice system. i don't think that's his legacy. >> sean: his name is right. >> it is and there are 400 people working with the inspector general. a lot of investigators. they interviewed a number of fbi agents and people in that report. we will hear comey and loretta lynch. >> sean: the heroes in this and you are talking to some of them will be people in the fbi in the
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intelligence community that bravely want to come forward and tell the truth before congress but they have to be subpoenaed first. from my knowledge and my sources, they are already lined up. when this report comes out, they will be subpoenaed and then the story will be told. we will be proven right and the corrupt media proven wrong. i am talking too much sorry. >> i think your point is well taken. all we know is just one aspect of the ig's report that comey was insubordinate. that's a generous attribution to his conduct. the april 18th criminal referral identifying a dozen potential crimes by comey for concealing evidence before a fisa judge. stealing government documents
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and leaking classified documents. four instances of lying to congress. the list goes on and on. >> sean: they want their phones. follow hillary clinton's lead. acid watch them and take out the sim-cards and here mr. mueller, i am following hillary clinton's lead. >> they were obstructing justice. the fbi gave immunity to 5 different people clinton people. they got to keep their devices. the devices that the fbi obtained. some they never looked at. the others had nothing on them. >> this is a tactic of mueller. shaking the trees and making people nervous. >> sean: say here, mr. mueller, courtesy of hillary clinton. can't wait for the book.
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>> ♪ >> [inaudible]. >> keep going down that road. it had nothing to do with the national anthem. i said i would not go to the white house a long time ago. the players did not create this situation. >> [crowd noise]. >> [inaudible]. >> things like that. e >> it was never to be disrespectful to the national anthem. to be disrespectful to the flag or stuff like that.
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[inaudible]. >> sean: a couple of eagles players reacting to president trump's decision to cancel the event. the president was right to cancel the eagles event after most of them accepted originally but only a few were going to show up. 1,000 fans going to washington only to be screwed by the eagles. i never liked the eagles. i still don't. i am sick of the nfl and all of this nonsense. now we are going to hide in the locker room. we will take a knee there. we can't respect the flag that people fought, bled and tied under. the destroy trump media owes the first lady an apology for the vile coverage about her absence.
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joining us with reaction, jessica tarlove. cohosts 2 shows "watters world" and "the five." go ahead. >> jessica --. >> sean: i have a bone to pick with you. you are an eagles fan? >> yes. >> sean: they were invited and said yes, the last 24 hours they decided last-minute not to come as a group. maybe three players would show up. 1,000 fellow eagles fans like you. >> i was there. >> sean: you were there. >> i showed up. >> sean: and guess what? they were not there. that speaks volumes to me about your eagles. about how classless that was. they were not thinking of you and your fellow fans of the eagles. >> listen, the eagles blew it. they fumbled it to use the
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football analogy. patriotism is more important than politics. i could have played pro ball. >> [laughing]. >> if i had won a championship which i would have and gone to the white house under the obama administration, i would have gone to the obama administration even if they didn't like the president. >> i have not gotten to see anything yet. >> sean: are leading, jessica. >> oh, i am leading. >> sean: the point is simple: they didn't care about the fans. they send the invitation. 1,000 fans and even jesse watters going to d.c. to watch this unfold. they wasted their time and energy and money and the eagles didn't care. i blame the eagles! that's why i am not watching the nfl. >> judging by the parade back in philadelphia, the eagles carry plenty about their fan and have a great relationship with them.
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some of the biggest die hard fans like young jesse watters here who went to d.c. to be there to honor them in absentia. the real issue is whether they said yes or not these athletes do not feel like this president is a good icon for the country. he doesn't unit people, he divides them and doesn't acknowledge the fact that the national anthem -- . >> [overlapping talking]. >> i think you are a giants fan and you are being unfair. >> sean: no, i was a jet fan. >> and you are dumping on the eagles? >> sean: not anymore. >> i was the biggest philadelphia flyers fan. i wanted to be bobby clark and hound dog kelley. they would have been there.
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>> sean: and you like a guy with no teeth, that's your idol? >> i fell off a roof and busted up my teeth. >> sean: the horrible treatment of melania trump. the heard the vicious comments by all of these people. steven colbert and the list goes on and on. i don't believe this would have happened to michelle obama. >> maybe not to michelle obama but definitely to hillary clinton. >> sean: let's talk about michelle obama. >> they dogged her, her entire career. there was a cnbc reporter that tweeted -- >> i am proud of my country. >> [overlapping talking]. >> sean: do you think this would have happened to michelle obama? >> no. >> [overlapping talking].
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>> she would have given up a head's up going in surgery and kept us updated. melania trump is a private person. i respect that about her. >> sean: what they said was vicious, vile and horrible. she just had an operation. and she had been seen publicly. >> the only thing missing is the media's credibility. think about how good things have to be going in the country for the media to fuss over where melania trump is. isis is missing. report on that. and peter strzok. where is peter strzok? they haven't had a good week, the media. >> sean: you need a good come back jessica? >> i stayed up until 2:30 in the morning to be with you guys. >> sean: for the first time ever
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>> whew! >> ♪ >> sean: the biggest primary night of 2018 and only months away from the crucial mid-term elections. donald trump said there is a lot at take in the mid-terms. i say it's the most important in our lifetime. if democrats take control of the house and senate they will be
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out for blood. they want to impeach the president and take back the tax cuts. don't forget with the democrats stand. the rnc has a new ad on the violent gang ms-13. watch this. >> they are all god's children. >> we are talking about ms-13. their motois rape, torture and kill. >> the victim was shot more than 100 times and dismembered and his heart was cut out of his chest and thrown into a grave. >> the two men kidnapped and sexually assaulted and shot a 10-year-old girl. >> sean: not so booed. -- bad. the department of homeland security announcing that border
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rests exceeded 50,000 for the third month in a row. dr. sebastian gorka with us the author of the best seller and fox news correspondent geraldo rivera. this is the democratic party. they want to raise tax. they are saying don't tell anybody, we want to impeach the player. but don't say it. maxine waters stop. you heard what nancy pelosi said about ms-13 and they want to keep obamacare. don't you think those will be big issues in the november? >> i think the immigration issue is the hot button issue in november. that will be the one that resonates and separates the parties. i have a cautionary note. i am a republican and i don't want a democratic majority. i think they will endeavor to impeach this president, our friend who is doing a terrific
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job. here's my cautionary note. when you use words like animal you have to be careful you are referring to the people who are animals and savages. these gang members and not paint the immigrant community with a broad brush. we have the right to protect our borders and the right to hard policework in any kind of effort that is legal. but we do not have the moral right to separate migrating children from their parents. i don't want us to lose this issue by doing something that is so -- >> sean: okay, a wall with a door. you are okay with that? >> i am okay with that. i would like to see the wall on the one side and the dreamers given a pass, a green light. >> sean: the president offered that and the democrats did not take that. >> you are right. >> sean: dr. sebastian gorka, am i right on the 4 big issues of
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2018? >> oh, i think it's absolutely clear. nothing has really changed except the president delivered on these key issues. he started to build the wall. the figures from the dhs are stunning. it's the economy and the national security again. the bottom line is the dems don't have a message. they are whispering in the background about impeachment. who is their real leader? >> sean: they want higher tacks and impeach prerment. >> more jobs for ms-13. it's a message that is insanity. it's trump derangement syndrome. when nancy pelosi says national job figures mean little.
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the first time ever we have full employment. you have more jobs available than people looking for jobs. nancy pelosi, do you want more unemployment? >> sean: she wants to take the crumbs back. no thank you. >> right. >> sean: for the first time in our history, we have more jobs than people who are unemployed. first low unemployment for hispanic americans, african-americans and women. >> dr. sebastian gorka hits a good point, sean. the problem with this divided society is that we are not on the same team. we cheer against our president's successes. >> sean: the democrats do. >> democrats are cheering for america to fail. they can't stand his success because it hurts their opportunity to gain power. that's a fact. >> when it comes to, for
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example, the north korea negotiations, i want everybody to be on the same team. cheering for success for the president. >> [overlapping talking]. >> look, the democrats don't want america to succeed. that's the bottom line and that's why they want to sabotage the president. it's absolutely mind boggling. >> sean: horrible position to be in. our video of the day next. -♪ he's got legs of lumber and arms of steel ♪ ♪ he eats a bowl of hammers at every meal ♪ ♪ he holds your house in the palm of his hand ♪ ♪ he's your home and auto man ♪ big jim, he's got you covered ♪ ♪ great big jim, there ain't no other ♪ -so, this is covered, right? -yes, ma'am. take care of it for you right now. giddyup! hi! this is jamie. we need some help.
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>> ♪ >> sean: today marks the 74th anniversary of d-day. our brave men and women on the beach boys of normandy. largest invasion on land, air and sea. it marked the start of a long campaign to liberate western europe from nazi oppression.
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the president spoke about the soldiers that risked it all to save the world from the nazis 74 years ago. my father 4 years in the pacific. different area. same battles. >> we mark the 74th anniversary of d-day, the allied invasion of normandy. on june 6, 1944, more than 70,000 brave young americans jumped of airplanes and stormed into hell! they gave their heart, their blood, and their very lives on those beaches to strike a lasting victory for our country and for freedom. in every generation there have been heroes like them.
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patriots who answer the call to serve wherever we need them to defend america. >> sean: god bless all of them. we will always be fair and balanced. we are not the detroit trump media. lauer is next. out on parole. laura ingraham is next. >> laura: you never brought me a cake. >> sean: wait, i have a better story for you. i want a day of public figure confessions. i will start. i was taken home by the police in 1st grade. it was not a good start in my life. i thought it was the coolest story ever. [laughing]. >> laura: i short sheeted by camper's bed and got kicked out the first week. >> sean: story for story, i was in more