tv Tucker Carlson Tonight FOX News June 15, 2018 9:00pm-10:00pm PDT
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dastardly manafort in a cage th rest of us can finally relax. i take the first deep breath at decades. it's a new day, we are safe. unfortunately we have some bad news to report as well. his core crime was violating the foreign agents registration act which was passed by congress and the first time by 1938. it turns out advancing the interests of a foreign country without registering with the government is in a forcible felony. many of the most prominent people in washington will soon be headed to jail. tony podesta, both clintons, most of leadership of congress, the entire staff of univision, all of them take money from foreign interests, all of them advocate for policies whose main beneficiaries are foreign countries.aw the law on that and is now clear, they are headed to the big house, all of them -- best of luck.
manafort has also been accused of trying to influence witnesses against him that's a very serious charge and possibly the government will prove it at trial. as of tonight, he has not been convicted of that or any crime. in the eyes of the law he is still innocent and somehow he is jail.g in that might be justified if he were a threat to public safety or if anyone seriously considered him a h flight risk t he's in late middle age and has no passport, where would he flee to? let's be honest about this, he's in jail tonight because prosecutors want him to testify against the president. they are sweating him, no rubber hoses are truck batteries but the point is the same. to put it another way, they want to influence a potential witness in this case and as yesterday's report showed there's not much restraining from doing them. roger stone was an advisor to donald trump's presidential campaign he was a longtime associate in business partner of paul manafort and it joins us
tonight. what is this about? >> it's about pressuring him to plead guilty so the government doesn't have to go to trial. they refused to turn over in discovery any information gleaned through surveillance. they insist that he was never under surveillance, not prior to the trump campaign, not during the trump campaign. even though numerous mainstream media organizations have reportedia otherwise. that's because he was most likely subject to an illegal, unconstitutional fisa warrant. according to "the new york times" i was subject to a fisa warrant in june of 2016 reported on januar. i just filed a freedom of information act request to get to the bottom of that. >> tucker: if "the new york times"ne could discover you are being spied upon by the government, why can't you ascertain whether that's happening or not? >> there's a process.
you can file a lawsuit, both a tort suit and a suit against individuals. john brennan, susan rice and others, mr. klapper. i intended to do that but in the meantime it's become abundantly clear having come up empty-handedar with any evidence of russian collusion, no proof of any hijinks with wikileaks, it's now abundantly clear that the special counsel seeks to go through every aspect of my personal, business, and political life to try to conjure up some offense to pressure me to testify against the presiden president. it's orwellian, it's the police state. i am being persecuted because i supported donald trump.k >> tucker: let me back up for a second, we are often told that the bar for a fisa warrant is
really high. you have to demonstrate someone is betraying his country. what wouldld be the pretext on which the mueller people would've gotten a fisa warrant to spy on you. >> a u.s. citizen can only be subject to a fisa warrant if they are actively involved in espionage on behalf of a foreign power against the united states. clearly it was used for political purposes. it makes watergate look like second-rate burglary. >> tucker: are the people around you getting drawn into this? >> that the extraordinary thing. associates of mine have been subpoenaed, question aggressively by the fbi. some of them are fighting those subpoenas, it's unclear what it is the government wants other than to find somebody who will bear false witness against roger stone. it's a witch hunt and it's in a very expensive witch hunt.
this is costing me hundreds of sthousands of dollars on top of lawsuits filed against me by the democratic national committee and some obama affiliated groups. i've had to set up a legal eafense fund, at stone defense fund because it threatens to bankrupt me. theyt. seek to drag your name through the mud and to ruin you financially. >> tucker: we can't administer a polygraph on live television but i o want to end on this, hae you ever worked on behalf of ane foreign power in the interest of the united states government? >> absolutely not. this is an absurd notion. it is an abysmal state of affairs where we have a partisan special prosecutor seeking a crime where none exists. >> tucker: you better have
betrayed the country or someone owes you a big apology. thank you. president trump made a surprise appearance and he spoke about paul manafort. >> president trump: i feel badly about it, they got things he got 12 years ago? >> tucker: john summers was communications director of senator harry reid in nevada, thanks a lot for coming on. so paul manafort whatever you think of his business meetings is an elderly 69-year-old lobbyist who poses no physical threat to public safety so he's not a light risk but he's in jail tonight being punished for a crime the government has not proven or even attempted to prove, there's been no trial, are you comfortable with that? >> let's talk about what got him here. he shouldn't be surprised by this he made his bed now it's time for him to lie in it.
he was warned back in december when he violated the judge's's g order by helping to ghostwrite an op-ed. at that time he said do it again and you could suffer some consequences. he violated the terms of hisns parole. >> tucker: you're comfortablefo with punishing people for writing op-eds? >> i'm telling you what the judge said. >> tucker: i've been following this, i'm asking you as a political figure are you comfortable with it? do you think we should punish people for writing unauthorized op-eds. the government says don't give your opinion you do it anyway, should you be punished for that? >> yeah, you don't talk about the case. >> tucker: do you think the government should be able to -- did he do that? was there a trial that i missed? >> tell me the thousands of kids that are held in these detention centers down the south including brownsville, texas, >> tucker:
those are nott americans, that's a separate debate i'm happy to have with you. this is an american citizen being held behind bars not because he is a flight risk or a threat to public safety. i'm asking you as a democrat and a spokesman, are you comfortable with that? do you want to live in a country where it happens? >> the judge's concern was that he had been contacting witnesses, using the phone if there is no way to monitor him at his phone. oro take away phones from everybody who might see h him. >> tucker: the judge says you've done something wrong even though there's been no trial or opportunity to present countervailing evidence, it's okay for the government to imprison someone, that's what you're saying. >> it happens every single day. >> tucker: i'm asking you. >> we've heard jeff sessions defend the entire process when
it comes to illegal immigration sprayed >> tucker: i wonder why you make it a racial issue. >> the casual racism of the left is nauseating. not race related. >> p people of color are not treated the same way. >> tucker: i'm for treating all american citizens with a consistent standard. this is someone who has not been convicted or tried for this crime and he's in jail for it as punishment, i don't want to live in that country, let's move to the next question which is if you act on behalf of a foreign power you should be charged with a felony,ou are you comfortable with that? >> that's not a new standard if you're a lobbyist it's one you should be familiar with. >> tucker: you don't need to be a lobbyist.
the foreign agents registration act says you don't have to be a lobbyist you have to act on a foreign power pushing its agenda to influence our government. that's something about half the population of washington, d.c., including almost every single one of our most prominent political figures in their never charge for this. would you be comfortable applying the standard for them? >> take a look at it, it's directly related to lobbying. >> tucker: lobbying is a subjective term. it happens every single day, politicians and the spokesman and lobbyists in d.c. push the agendas and you know this to be true, when you worked in harry reid's office, emissaries from other governments try to influence and in some cases he took their advice. should he have to live up to the standard that paul manafort is beingiv held to? >> when members of a foreign delegation and visited a senator, they are trying to lobby the senator that's not the senator lobbying them.
>> tucker: no it's not, it's the senator taking the will of a foreign government and applying it to the rest of our country thatap happens every day. it's the samees thing. none of those people are sitting in jail right now. >> it>> happens all the time whn members of a congressional delegation are members of congress hold delegation trips all across the world, they are alsoss greeted. >> tucker: maybe we should get real about this. it's cool when we do it, i get it. not when trump's campaign it.ger does what do we know about the prosecutor who petitioned for manafort's imprisonment? >> he is known as special counsel robert mueller's legal pitbull, andrew weissmann filed an 18 page motion accusing paul manafort of witness tampering which landed him in jail.
a federal prosecutor and senior deputyss under mueller is a registered democrat who has contributed thousands to president obama, hillary clinton, and the dnc. when former doj officials sally yates defied the travel ban, said i am so proud andm in all, thank you so much all my deepest respects. according to the "wall street journal" he attended the election night party in 2016. he is no strangersm to being toh on white collar criminals he led the enron task force in 2004 then sent at merrill lynch executive to a maximum security prison. he spent a year behind bars until the fifth circuit vacated his conviction and finally we should note the judge presiding over the manafort case dismissed a lawsuit against hillary clinton last year the suit alleged that her lack of
email security led to the deaths of americans in benghazi. >> tucker: the mueller guy went to hillary's victory party, that blows my mind. it's been only a little over 24 hours since the massive inspector general report was released in the public is still digesting what's in it. what are the key takeaways and what is the press missing from all of this? kim strassel joins us tonight. what jumps out at this report when you read it? >> i think one thing is most of the headlines have been focused onon jim comey and there's no question that this is a very indictment of his leadership while he was there. democrats and the media would like to pin it all on -- it was a searing indictment of the entire fbi and its culture.
in particular this argument that they tend to live by rules that they themselves craft. they impose them on everyone else but they don't live by them. we have examples of employees using their home computers and cell phones for work business. if we found out that comey's entire staff was complicit in helping him conceal from his department of justice superiors the contents of that july press conference about hillary clinto hillary clinton. we have unauthorized contact with the press, we have an assistant attorney general who not only was tipping off the clinton team about internal things while he was working on the investigation but then he was made to recuse himself, he did not abide by the recusal. if we've got andrew mccabe -- this is a widespread problem at
least in the leadership across the i fbi. that was an important aspect of this report and its being misse missed. >> tucker: it's absolutely being missed. thank you for that. yesterday's report from the ig revealed that president obama was 1 of 13 people who had direct contact with hillary clinton on her private email address. you'll remember back in 2015 the president claimed he only learned of the private address when it became known to the public and that apparently was w lie. maybe you're surprised maybe you're not. dan bongino is a former secret service agent and he joins us tonight. it seemsw. to be the portion of this report that's being ignored is very interesting. we learned a lot of things that we suspect our true are true. >> the most revelation is that barack obama receiving emails from hillary clinton's personal -- account.
the white house communications agency which is responsible for present obama communication, had a white list. in other words, somebody had to tell them what that personal email address in his phone. who told them? are you still going to stick to this story that you had no idea hillary had a personal email account? plausible deniability is out the window. >> tucker: what you're saying is by definition because of the way it was set up, obama and the havee around him had to known that this was an email system outside the government chain. >> there is no way around it. do you think barack obama on his personal blackberry was gettings spam emails about a flower sale for mother's day? they hads to be wait-listed before they even hit the blackberry meeting somebody gave
that email address saying this hillary clinton -- this one is a-ok. who'so the person who did that? you think you didn't know? the media will cover for him i'm sure but it's ridiculous, the story of absurd he couldn't of been telling the truth. >> tucker: that's what he didn't respond to any of my emails will he was president. the past two years have been devastating for the public trust in the fbi and a lot of great people work there, what can the bureau do to recover its standing? former deputy assistant director of the fbi, this is sad for the rest of us who have long admired the fbi. if peter strzok still works there, what you have to do to get fired? >> i think that's what everybody is wondering tonight, not only is he still working, he's in hr.
think of the decisions he's making them think of the access he has all kinds of information. i think we have to be concerned about national security when you have a person who demonstrated as an fbi agents that they were not to be trusted with the kinds of things we trust them with and is still there in hr one of the most critical places for hiring, recruiting plus all the information he already knows from the job that he's had for many years. it's really a shame it's had a lot of people talking a lot of retired fbi agents very upset. it's not just me it's not just the people who come on, just about everybody's asking what is happening to the fbi that i worked for, what about the fbi that i knew? kimberly was on earlier, simply not the way the fbi culture was a few short years ago. the leadership of the fbi, james
comey, andrew mccabe were ideologically and perhaps in a monetary way with mccabe were corrupted by their position of the top. we still haven't answered the questions that i think need to be answered. the ig report doesn't get into what bothers 50% of the american public and we need to do that. >> tucker: it's really sad to watch. thank you for that. the coverage of the ig report you sought yesterday you sought today about as misleading as the coverage of anything. ever. we will break it down for you next kes out of nowhere. you do too, but not in time. hey, no big deal. you've got a good record and liberty mutual won't hold a grudge by raising your rates over one mistake.
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♪ >> tucker: yesterday's ig report from the department of justice was an exhaustive over 500 page log catalog of political bias at the fbi. if you read it you knew exactly what that was but if you just watch television or heard it described you would have no idea.on watch. >> they found more texts from strzok that said i don't like he's going to win don't worry we'll fix it, that's, that's tantalizing you guys are all over it. the sad fact is they conclude that there was no impact and there was no exercise of that bias on any of the decisions. >> there's nothing that was found in the report, 500 plus pages that suggests those seven words that strzok typed out bias
the investigation in any meaningfulse way. >> tucker: you have no right to be upset, be quiet and believe a your elders. the authorities are telling the truth. meanwhile on "good morning america," they covered the ig report and somehow never mentioned peter strzok or lisa page or strzok's vow that he would stop the election of the candidate he didn't o like. larryo' o'connor writes for "the washington times" is and a keen observer. >> i thought about it all day, go back to the o.j. simpson trial. the media in d.c. and manhattan, they are the jurors. we've all been watching and we've seen all the evidence we've seen the dna, we've seen the text messages and everythin everything. it's obvious the truth here butt the jurors the glove didn't fit so he's not guilty, that's not what the media is doing here. they're looking at one little thing that's allnd they care abt
and it completes the narrative they want. the rest of us are sitting around saying what are we missing here? >> tucker: you're saying chris columbo was one of the o.j. jurors? >> that's not true but they are acting that way. he's trying so hard to make sure that everybody believes that there is no there there. the assumption that peter strzok in some way didn't exercise his to influence the case is completely unbelievable for anybody who's observing. let's be clear here they are being disingenuous when they repeat that statement. what the inspector general said is not that there was no political bias, what he said was he did not find any documentary evidence to prove that the political bias influence the investigation. peter strzok didn't write an email to say hey guys let's help hillary and hurt trump, here's
how were going to do it. but he doesn't have to say it. if you're in a club, you're in a room and everyone agrees on something, it's not like the u.s. military has to have a strategy meeting every day and say today we're going to defend the nation. it's a given, it's what everyone understands they are supposed to do. i think that's what was at play here. >> tucker: i think the press would like you to stop answering soso many uncomfortable questios and mindlessly absorb what they tell you. >> i'm not going to do that, i'm sorry. >> tucker: the conversation around immigration is getting increasingly hysterical. not only should immigrants be safe from deportation they apparently should not be arrested. what does that mean? think it through. a colorado congressional candidates maced himself in a face in a campaign at, one of the greatest ads ever. are you going to vote for him or not, you must meet him. he joins us in just a moment.
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he writes for city journal and joins us tonight. what haven't we heard about thit story that we probably should know? >> of the most thing to know is that this is a man who came all the way from ecuador to deliver the pizzas that americans won't deliver or maybe can't deliver. >> tucker: i wish i'd thought of that complex too good. very good point. >> he was entering an army base and he didn't have a driver's license. what no one seems to be pointing out is that he drives and he doesn't have a driver's license. new york doesn't give driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants were illegal immigrants but his whole job is to drive delivering pizzas every day. >> tucker: if he didn't have a license how did he have insurance? >> presumably he didn't have insurance. here's an unlicensed, uninsured guy driving around. the only thing you're supposed
to know about him is that he's a hardworking immigrant. were not supposed to question -- nobody even mentions the fact that this was the case. so it seems to me -- >> tucker: had he interacted with federal immigration enforcement previously? see in the country illegally? >> he had a deportation order from 2010.. he was supposed to leave eight years ago, he never did. he got married, he had some children which are now used as the basis for his claims to sta stay. the fact that he has an american wife and children. to d me that sounds like the definition of having an anchor baby. >> tucker: he had kids while he was a fugitive. i hope the next time i get pulled over for driving without a license, i hope kirsten gillibrand will defend me. >> let me point out one thing,
what he use to identify himself when he is entering the army base was the new york city municipal i.d. card which are given to all residents of the city but he's not a resident of the city. he lives in long island. >> tucker: that doesn't work either, i tried that. a politician maced himself and the face hoping to get a seat in congress, what else is he willing to do to win? he joined us next. oks me up. getting more for getting away. traveling lighter. getting settled. rewarded! learn more at theexplorercard.com ♪ crawl inside, wait by the light of the moon. ♪ applebee's to go. order online and get 20% off $20.
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on the far right we have people who want to play cowboys and indians in our schools and classrooms and they imagine every school shooter is a trained commando and every teacher should be as well. this is a policy proposal that lives in reality and it's meant to solve the real problem. >> tucker: if you're going to get elected to congress and i think you make a fair point, you're going to need to learn to answer the question at hand. the question is would you shave your eyebrows if i said i could make you a congressman today. are you that committed? >> i'm trying to have a real discussion on important policy issues. i came on the show to talk with you about serious issues.>> >> tucker: you maced yourself in the face. this is a serious issue. >> people don't understand that most school shootings happen at a range of less than. 8 feet. >> tucker: here almost in congress just with the speech
patterns i'm impressed with that too. is there anything you wouldn't do to get this job? >> that is not a policy relevant question. >> tucker: how committed are you? >> let me tell you something else, the department of homeland security has three things -- >> tucker: you just staged a reality show. >> this is the last line of defense. >> tucker: would you be willing to tase yourself? >> if there is a government gu. >> tucker: you're not going to answer the question. >> i'm answering every policy question. this is a serious policy issue and we are going to discuss seriously policy questions. >> tucker: says the men who
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peter doocy, welcome to you bot both. hands on buzzers, i asked the question. the first one to buzz in get to answer the question you have to wait until i finished asking in order toto answer. you've been here before, are you ready? >> how much more time could i possibly get? >> tucker: no more time! doctors say they are working overtime to treat kitchen t injuries, people it turns out our accidentally cutting themselves when slicing a certain fruit what is the fruit. will give that to you because that with the question were going to let it go, with the fruit? >> avocado. >> tucker: avocado? let's go to the tape. >> i stabbed myself in the hand
with a knife trying to open up and avocado. apparently there is a syndrome called avocado hand and the doctors say we get this all the time. >> tucker: avocado, our judges just said it sounded as if i had finished asking the question so it's basically my fault so you get the point. >> all of those years of watching the view every day paid off. >> tucker: the downside is you lost 30 iq points. a daredevil animal just captured the attention of the world scaling a 20 story building in the state of minnesota. it defied the odds of made it all the way to the roof of the building without falling. which for like four-legged nocturnal mammal was at? what animal was at? >> a raccoon. >> tucker: a raccoon, go to the tape, was at a raccoon? >> a daring raccoon scaling an
office tower in st. paul, minnesota. >> a wildlife drama unfolding. some 20 stories in the air. >> tucker: it was a raccoon. one of o the most impressive and underrated animals, you guys are decisive. >> it was crazy. >> tucker: they are such great animals and they don't get the credit they deserve. question. three, if you're sick of potholes one pizza chain has you covered. traveling the country fixing roads the government won't fix in order to make sure your pizza delivery goes smoothly, which jane is doing this? >> dominoes. >> tucker: is at domino's, will tape. >> dominoes making the world safer pizza one pothole at a time. pizzas can be delivered to customers without being overly
jostled. >> tucker: three questions, three decisive correct answers, it'sio now 2-1 peter doocy over katie, but things change fast as you know. this one is a multiple-choice question about the summit we just watched between the president and the united states kim jong un.r he traveled to the summit with a very unusual item an item he refused to be without. was it a king-sized bed, a portable toilet, or c a pet peacock. >> porta-potty. >> tucker: porta-potty it says katie, was it a porta-potty? >> according to reports north korean leader kim jong un brought his own toilet to singapore for his summit with president trump to prevent intelligence agencies from using the sewers to get information on his health. the intelligence agencies were going to say it were just going
to go ahead and guess bad then. >> tucker: i assume it's a peacock but that's even weirder. now are moving to the final question the decisive question number five, sudden death overtime. >> i'm not ready. >> tucker: i'm not ready either obviously.sl last week we talked about i about ihop changing its name. for a limited time, ihop will be called ibob with a b. >> o international house of burgers. >> tucker: it's not bacon, breakfast, it's burgers. >> you get pancakes with your burger at your same time so you don't even have to choose. >> people were confused about breakfast.
>> tucker: you won and he would make the game before you collect your prize let me ask, you buzzed and almost simultaneously did you know the answer? >> i did know the answer it was burgers because i was very surprised after all the buildup that it was burgers. >> tucker: broccoli is so out of the category, talk about getting outside your lien. congratulations, great game, katie you are getting our coveted mug that commemorates the now famous appearance on our show, drink your coffee with pride. it's great to see you. that's it for this week, pay attention to the news and tune in onea thursday to see if you n be our hardened news experts, will be right back. with new car replacement, if your brand new car gets totaled, liberty mutual will pay the entire value plus depreciation.
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news of the last week. first, the president talk to steve doocy on "fox & friends." here's part of it. speak of the headline "the wall street journal" ," doj report blasts comey but finds no conclusion. to speak at the end result was wrong. when you look at peter strzok and what he said about me, when you look at comey, it's interesting, a pretty good report, and i say that the ij blew it at the very end of that statement. when you read the report, it was almost like comey come a point after point about how goes a hilarious, and then he said, but we are not going to do anything about it. the ig report was a horror show. i thought that one sentence of conclusion was ridiculous. what they did during the election was a disgrace. it's probably never happen at the number country before, and that is the tip of the iceberg. what is going to happen when we go forward? total bias. a speaker from what you've seen so far, should james comey be
locked up? >> well, i would never want to get involved in that, certainly, they just seem like very criminal acts to me. what he did was criminal. what he died was a terrible thing to the people. what he did wasn't so bad, in terms of our constitution, in terms of the well-being of our country, what he did was horrible. it should he be locked up? let someone make a determination. look at all the dishonest things that cook at hillary did. look at what has gone on. >> tucker: from there, a lively discussion ensued between the president and reporters on many different issues. here's a selection. >> james comey was unfair to the people of this country. i think what he did was a disgrace. he goes down as the worst fbi director in history by far. there's nobody close. i think the dumb record of the country a tremendous favor by firing him. >> reporter: you are defending now kim jong un's human rights
record. how can you do that? >> because i don't want to see a nuclear weaponnu destroy you ana your family. >> reporter: what did you mean when you said you wished americans would set up at attention? >> i'm kidding. you don't understandas sarcasm. who are you with? you where with cnn! i have a good relationship with kim jong un. that's a very important thing. i can now say, well, we have a problem -- i told him, i gave him a very direct number. he can now call me if he has any difficulties. i can call him. we have communications, very good thing. people are shocked, they thought trump was going to get in, start throwing bombs all over the place. it's actually the opposite. a few years ago, putin was in what was called the g8 come i think it's better to have fresh air and then the russian out. just like north korea, just like russia, it's much better if we get along with him that if we don't. >> tucker: keep in mind, all
of that was unplanned, impromptu, the president staring out the window and deciding to match it up. you can say a lot about the moment we are living in, not boring. thanks for joining us. join us next week, 8:00 p.m. have the best weekend. judge jeanine. ♪ >> judge jeanine: welcome to the special edition of "hannity": trump's big week. i'm jeanine pirro intimate version on. without a doubt, this has been a momentousee past few days for president trump, his agenda, and the nation. the president kicked off the week inn singapore for a historc and successful peace summit with north korean dictator kim jong un. this is something that many analysts and pendants thought was totally impossible. but now, we have hope that the total, verifiable denuclearization of the korean peninsula as possi