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tune in every weeknight to the show that is the sworn enemy of of lying, pomposity, smugness and group think. have the best night. see you tomorrow. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> sean: welcome to "hannity." for the hour we will do what the mainstream media never does. list all of the president's successes. we start with my interview with president trump in singapore. this was moments after his historic meeting with north korea leader kim jong-un. take a look. >> mr. president, great to see you. historic day. i think most people want to know what was going on in that room one-on-one. >> well, the big thing is this is now my 25th hour of being up and negotiating. we have been negotiating very hard.
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>> tucker: this is about the complete denuclearization of the entire peninsula? >> without that, we could not have a deal. we want to denuke the entire peninsula and denuke that whole situation. that's a hot bed. you know what has been happening for years. nobody did anything about it. you have to. we have no choice. we had to. the relationship was really good. it built. i talked about early on in the relationship and the feeling, well, we had a very good feel right from the beginning. we were able to get something very important done. some things happened after that, sean, where we are getting rid of certain missiles research areas and missiles testing sites. they are getting rid of a lot. >> tucker: this was amazing. a lot happened. he dismantled a nuclear test
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sight does crossed over the dmz. you would not have come here if he was not willing to talk about denuclearization. >> that's right. >> tucker: all of that happened before you walked in. i don't remember that you sent cargo planes or cash or gave anything. why do you think he is interested in doing this? >> i noticed some of the press. i am not knocking them. honestly they are treating me good on this subject. what is to treat badly. some of the press would say he is meeting with them does therefore he has a major loss. since when? others wanted to and it probably could never have worked out. we have not seen missiles going up in 7 or 8 months. you have not seen research. you have not see nuclear tests. japan is happy because they were
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encircled. they were going right over the middle of japan. we got our hostages back. we didn't pay for that. i don't say that bragging because he did such a smart thing. that was a good thing to do. i feel so badly about otto warmbier. that was the one thing. he did not die in vein. i have gotten friendly with his parents. they are incredible people. devastated. he was a great young man. i think without otto warmbier this would have not have happened. when he came back in that condition, it christalized it. he did not die in vein. >> tucker: i have been known you for several yearses.
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one trait is brutal honesty. alone in the room, how honest and brutal? bring people into the room. >> we got along very well. we got along from the beginning. we started off, he and myself and 2 interpreters. i made the statement and i said it about a lot of different kinds of relationships. you can tell at the beginning. >> tucker: could you tell at the beginning? >> i felt very good at the beginning. we have to denuke. this country has to be denuked. he understood that. we were doing great things and south korea and japan will be involved and president xi of china is terrific on the border. >> sean: is that a big part? your meetings when you met with the president of china were
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schedule for 15 minutes. didn't some go on for 4 hours? >> we met at mar-a-lago. he wanted to be at mar-a-lago. we had a 15 minute meeting schedule. we were going into break out rooms where we had many people waiting for us. it lasted 4 hours. 15 minutes the president of china a great guy, it ended up last for 4 hours. we just got along. we have gotten along. i want him to treat us better on trade. that's my only problem. >> sean: didn't they make concessions? >> well, they want to do things. it's a tough thing. they are doing so well. they made so much progress against us for so many years. it's tough for them to bring it back. we will see how that works out. we will do something. they offered us 80 billion dollars in purchases of agricult ural products. i never thought i would turn down 80 billion dollars. we have to do something with
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intelligent property. last year we lost $500 billion with china. we can't do that anymore. >> sean: let's go to the beginning. a lot of people, critics, saying, when you said little rocket man or "fire and fury" or when he said i have a red button on my desk. you said mine is bigger and works better than yours. how did it evolve from that to this? because he did say at the very beginning, we are going to basically start over. but that has been building behind the sequence? >> without the rhetoric we would not be here. we did the sanctions. other administrations, i don't want to get specific, they had a policy of silence. if they said something very bad and threatening and horrible, just don't answer.
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that's not the answer. that's not what you have to do. i think the rhetoric, i hateed to do it. sometimes i felt foolish doing it, but we had no choice. >> sean: strategically you were doing? >> yes, and he gained respect. he is a strong guy. people said what is he like? he has a very good personality. he is funny and he very, very smart. he is a great negotiator. he is a very strategic guy. >> sean: the thing that surprised everybody. every american should be very happy about this: the korean war which went on for so long. there are still american remains there? >> that's right. the remains are coming back. we got that at the end. we have some things you don't have in the report. >> sean: tell us. >> missiles sites that they used for the launching of missiles
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and missiles research areas. that's going to be gone. we pedestrian a lot of progress. a tremendous amount of progress. one thing i am happy about, we won't play war games anymore. you know how expensive that is? bringing practice in from guam. it's 6.5. that's a long way for a big bomber times 20 and lots of other pliance coming in. we don't be doing the war games as long as we are negotiateing in good faith. that's good for a number oferancy. we save a tremendous amount of money. you hate to sound like a pure businessman. i kept saying, what is this cost something i would look at them coming in from the see and bombs exploding. what does this cost? i don't want to tell you, but it's a lot. as long as we are negotiating in good faith, when i think we will be. >> sean: you managed expectations well.
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you didn't think coming in you would sign an agreement. you said it might take 3 to 5 meetings but you were open to going as slow or fast as he wanted. >> we got along better than i ever assumed. we got a lot more done today than i ever thought possible. he is going back. he wants to get it done. you hear the whole thing about his father and other administrations or his grandfather. he brings that up. but they were not dealing with me. they were dealing with different people. >> sea >> sean: did he talk about the difference between past administrations and yours? >> yes, i don't want to say. that i am sure he will say it. they were never this close. never to this point. >> sean: is there a history lesson to learn here? we could talk about past administrations. reagan evil empire.
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gorbachev tear down this wall. his own advisors wanted to take those words out of that speech. and bill clinton gave kim jong-un's father $3 billion in energy subsidies. >> a tremendous amount of money. >> sean: iran you said the worst deal in the history of mankind. >> worse than nafta and it's bad. worse than the wto, the world trade organization when billinged china in addition the money we gave them. these were terrible deals. the iran deal was one of the worst i have ever seen. i will say, speak of the iran deal, since we got out of that deal does we could do it easily because it was never approved by congress. i want it to be approved by congress. otherwise it doesn't mean much. i would think anybody would want it approved by cong -- cong.
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congress since we got out of that deal iran is a much different place. i don't think they are looking so much syria and yemin. they are pulling people out of there. i did it for nuclear. one of the side benefits, you take a serious look and iran was not the country they were 4 months ago when they were emboldened. >> sean: sanctions played a big part? >> a big part. i know many people from iran. they are great peoplist believe at some point they will come back and want to negotiate a deal. >> sean: did reunification or humanitarian issues come up? >> yes, it did. one thing i am most happy about and it a big sticking point is bringing back the remains of thousands of soldiers that were killed. >> sean: this came up last-minute? >> this was sort of last-minute.
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would it be possible? i get letters all the time from families who lost a son or a brother or a father in korea. that was a rough fight. that you were buried along the roadways. going back and forth in battle. they said please could you do it? i get so many letters from people who lost a loved one in north korea. i would say, i am going to try. it was almost immediate. in the past you could not even talk about it. but it was a nice response. >> sean: how quickly did you talk about a trip to the united states? >> i think at the right time he will absolutely be coming to the white house. it's been an intense relationship. it's short does intense. before that it was pretty rhetorical. this was not a pretty thing.
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porp were worried. without that i don't think we would be here today. he wants to get something done. i want to get something done. we started off with a strong document. i think people are shocked to see. it add some more things that we got after it was signed. >> sean: you can give us a glimpse that you refer to things that will be coming? >> so, i just think we are now going to start the process of the denuclearization of north korea. i believe that he is going back and will start it immediately. he already indicated that. you look at what he's done. we got our hostages back. they have blown up their primary testing site and some people say their only testing site. getting rid of a missively. that was not in the document. that was donewards.
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they are doing so much now. it's a process and moving rapidly. >> sean: last question. i know you have a lot to do. he wants something on his end. he wants the sanctions lifted and economic opportunity does his people need it desperately. people are starving there. the question is: what would he have to do to get the sanctions lifted to get the economic opportunity opened up for the people? >> well, what he wants is security. he will get that. he wants to see if they can make that incredible location between china and south korea. i am in the real estate business. how good of a location is that? you have china and you have south korea. he is right in the middle of both of them surrounded by water. could there be anything better than that. it's also beautiful, incredible
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land. i told him about that today. i think he understands that. >> sean: the chinese and south korea, are they involved? >> i think so. china can't be thrilled about a strong group of people with nuclear capabilities right next to them. they were very, very helpful. less so in the last 2 or 3 months because we were talking about trade and other things. nothing will interfere with my relationship with president xi. i have great respect for him. he is a great man. >> sean: that's one of the best stories you tell and interesting historically speaking. you had dessert with him? >> that's right in mar-a-lago chocolate cake. >> sean: this was after someone
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launched chemical weapons against his own people. >> i said we just sent 58 missiles. to show you the technology. every missile, 58 missiles and 58 hits. it's so lethal. not that we want to do it. that was because syria used chemical weapons on children. we had to do that. president obama gone over the redline, you think you maybe would have a different story in the middle east. he didn't do that, but we did. i told him sitting at mar-a-lago at dinner. >> sean: eating chocolate cake. >> either he will leave or we will still be friend. he did not leave. he understood. he doesn't want to see that. >> sean: he agreed? >> i think he did. he knew a lot of people and a
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lot of children were killed by gas. he fully understood. >> sean: i know you have a lot to do. mr. president, thanks for your time and congratulations. >> thank you very much, appreciate it. >> sean: coming up highlights from the president's recent rallies. don't touch that dial. (vo) we came here for the friends. and we got to know the friends of our friends.
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liberty island was evacuated. cops it to climb the pedestal to bring the woman down. it was dog eat nothing in coney island today. joey chestnut won his 11th straight title and broke his record. 74 dogs does buns in 10 minutes. the judges counted 64 but they forgot an expire plate. and the supereter, 38 franks and buns to claim her fifth tithes but fell sort of her record last year to 47. now back to the "hannity" special. >> ♪ >> sean: president trump accomplishments. the president hit the road and held rallies across the country. discussed building up our miltary and the progress in north korea and so much that the media igdmors. -- ignores.
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take a look. >> we will not be taken advantage of anymore. we are a great country. we will be an even greater country. hopefully greater that know we have ever been before. we have such potential. >> [cheers and applause]. >> we just secured a record $700 billion in funding to rebuild our miltary which was this very sad shape. >> [cheers and applause]. >> we have approval for next year, 716-billion dollars. we are ordering new planes. we make the best in the world. we are ordering new ships and new military equipment. we even gave our great warriors a raise. >> [cheers and applause].
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>> a raise. >> [cheers and applause]. >> for the veterans we passed the largest va reforms in half a century. a landmark va accountability law. you know what that is. you could not fire anybody that worked in the va. they were sadidistic and lazy and lots of different things unemployment could not fire anybody. the accountability, you could forget. it we passed a bill they tried to pass for 40 years. it's called va accountability. you bring the person into the office and you say, jim, i am sorry to tell you, you are fired. get out of here, move! >> [cheers and applause]. >> even more important and i didn't think i would be saying this so soon because i would
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have campaigned on. this i went out during the campaigns and you know because i was in minnesota a lot. one more trip. that won't happen again. >> [cheers and applause]. >> but one that is really important to me. i used to say to myself: i wonder why doctors don't just take care of our great vets. we just passed veteran choice legislation. it was passed and signed. that gives our veterans the care they deserve. the care they earned. now look, our veterans were waiting in line for 9 days, per 12 days, for 3 weeks. someone with a minor problem. they ended up having a terminal disease. now i said during the campaign, before i knew too much about it, but there is a lot of common
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sense in life. instead of our great veterans waiting 5 weeks, why don't we let them go see a doctor and pay the bill? that's when we are doing. that's veterans choice. >> [cheers and applause]. >> that's veterans choice. >> [cheers and applause]. >> you know i went to people. they think i am such a genius. thought this was a great idea. yeah, we have been tried to get that passed, sir, for 30 years. i didn't know that. what i did know is i knew how to get it passed and we got it passed. we had a great success in north korea. >> [cheers and applause]. >> great, great. we are not looking up in the air. any rockets up there? japan is very happy. they have not had a rocket shot over them in 7 months.
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no rocket tests. no nuclear tests. there has been no ballistic missiles. today that got no coverage because fake news doesn't cover it. >> [booing]. >> today -- look at all of the fake newsers back there. that's a lot of people. that's a lot of people! you want to see a lot of people go outside. this is a gym. i don't work those anymore. go outside and take a look outside. you won't believe what is going on out there. you understand real estate well. i have numerous calls with the prime minister from the people of japan and china and south
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korea. they are happy and we are happy. we did something that was wonderful. the world is soon going to be and right now it is already. we have good chemistry. the world is going to be a much safer place. north korea will be a much better place. >> [cheers and applause]. >> it was really something. >> [cheers and applause]. >> really something. >> [cheers and applause]. >> and they agreed to denuclearization. no more testing and no more this. we got our hostages back. >> [cheers and applause]. >> i got them back even before we left. we are getting the remains of our great heroes back. >> [cheers and applause]. >> and we now have a good chemistry. i think it's going to work out. it takes a long time. not easy. not easy! they have been doing this for many, many decades want not that
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easy, but they took down signs. anti-united states signs all over north korea. they are down. >> [cheers and applause]. >> they took them down. >> [cheers and applause]. >> anti-u.s. signs. like i put up anti-media signs all over the place. [laughing]. you are worse than i am. >> [laughing]. >> no, we just want honesty. we want a little fairness want we want a little fairness, right? we don't get very much of it. but it's interesting. we make the deal and signed a piece of paper. it was a beautiful piece of paper. it said we will do nuke and this and that and get the remains back. a lot of things. we won't test. we will abandon -- they have an engine site -- not engines for
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carc but for ballistic missiles. they will rip that down. point after point. we will denuclearize north korea. okay. you know what the fake news said. donald trump has suffered a humiliating defeat because i agreed to meet? in other words, because i agreed to meet they could not think of anything else, so -- will say this. at the beginning, they could not believe it was happening. two days later. they were saying, hillary clinton could haven't done that. i don't think so. >> [cheers and applause]. >> i don't think so. >> [crowd noise]. >> oh, boy. did you ever see anybody
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soprotected in your life? point after point after point. i did nothing does it never ends. never ends. no collusion. no nothing. you go point -- and you know what, after the election? i said let's go. who cares? we have to make america great again. >> [cheers and applause]. >> i don't believe any administration and you are with us. we are partners in this whole deal. this is not me. this is a whole group of people. i don't believe and i don't think it's close that any president has done what we have done in 500 days. >> [cheers and applause]. >> not only the judges, not only the biggest tax cuts, not only anwar in alaska.
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one of the great drilling sites in the world. nobody could get oil and gas. nobody could get approved. i didn't want it until i hear everybody else wanted. that's part of our tax cuts. tax cuts and reform, right? we want cuts! please give me the word cuts. you heard that story. i want the word cuts. we cut regulations more than any president in history. whether it's 4 years, 8 years, 16 years. >> [cheers and applause]. >> we have more cutting to do. we want regulation. we want crystal clean water. we want beautiful clean air. we want it more than anybody. our air and our water now is better than it's ever been. we will keep it that way. it's important. it's very important. >> [applauding].
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> sean: welcome to the special edition of "hannity." last week the president traveled to fargo, north dakota for another rally and talked about the boomi ining economy that th media ignores and so much more. take a look. >> by the way, do you see what is happening with our steel industry in the last 4 months? it's booming again, folks. it's booming. >> [cheers and applause]. >> united states steel is
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opening up 6 plants through expansion. i was in south carolina the other night where, by the way, a great candidate won easily. our track record is extraordinarily good. that's why i. here for kevin. that's why. >> [cheers and applause]. >> that's why i. here. i'm here. they have a steel company called georgetown. it's been closed for 4 years. they announced the day before i got into south carolina that georgetown steel is reopening and hiring 600 people. >> [cheers and applause]. >> not so complicated. we put tariffs on solar panels because china was flooding the market. it was not good stuff. we had 32 plants. two were open and they were barely breathing. they were in mouth to mouth
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resuscitation. we put a 30% tax on solar panels come into united states. now those 2 plants are doing great. they are talking about opening 10 to 12 and they will probably have them all open very soon. they will make high quality panels and a lot of jobs? >> we are creating jobs, number 1, and taking in billion dollars into our coffers. there was a time when we had tariffs because you had presidents like president mckinley does roosevelt and others. who liked the idea of foreign countries with they come in and want to take our wealth, they have to pay for it. they don't take it. on top of everything else, at a take our wealth and we protect them with our military. we protect everybody!
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we get it every which way. we want to justice tell those people, number 1, we created a lot of jobs. number 2, we are taking in billion dollars -- look at the steel. a 25% tariff. we are taking in billion dollars creating jobs. and you know what? even if it wasn't perfect, we need the steel industry. we were going to have no steel plants. if something ever happened, you know what i am talking about, and we needed steel to make that something, we would not be able to make steel. there are some industries -- steel and aluminum -- we have to have it. we the jobs. we have a vibrant industry. the head of u.s. steal called me the other day. he said mr. president, i would like to thank you.
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i have never seen anything like. it we have not opened a new plant in 32 years. now we are opening up 7. >> [cheers and applause]. >> 6 extensions and we will build a new one. that's just one company. >> [cheers and applause]. >> the heritage foundation reported that in just the first 500 days of our presidency, not mine -- it's our presidency. let's face it. >> [cheers and applause]. >> you are the ones that did it. you are the ones that did it. although i have been a good student. i told john and i told the whole group, we had a group of politicians. some of them have been congressman for 30 years. they are asking me questions about politics. i have only been doing this for 2.5 years. don't ask me a question like that. but we have been good students. haven't we all together?
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the heritage foundation came out with a report as of 2 months ago we implemented 64% of our top agenda items. that's a much faster pace than even ronald reagan. that's pretty good, right. >> [cheers and applause]. >> you don't hear this from the fake news. we created 3.4-million new jobs since election day. 3.4. >> [cheers and applause]. >> unemployment. think of this one. unemployment claims are at a 45-year low. it's going to 63 i believe probably next month. african-american unemployment is at its lowest level in the history of our country. >> [cheers and applause].
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>> hispanic-american unemployment also is at the lost point in the history of our country. >> [cheers and applause]. >> unemployment among women, women! >> [cheers and applause]. >> remember we were going to do so poorly with women. look at all of the women here tonight. women for trump. >> [cheers and applause]. >> they never take those cameras off my face. look at all the woman. we were going to do so poorly with women. we did great with the women. i would not be standing here. >> [cheers and applause]. >> my wife said you will do great with the women. it's hard to believe it, though, with the kind of press we get. do you agree? you know what?
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they are so smart. when they hear those numbers, they are happy. and when you hear the numbers -- i used to read the horrible statisticses on crime and education and how badly people are being treated in the hispanic communities and in african-american communities. you have voted for democrats for 100 years. look at my friends right there. >> [crowd noise]. >> great guys. >> [crowd noise]. >> my friends, thank you. you have these horrible, horrible statistics for years on crime and the educational abuse does all of the things. i am reading them point after point. i am seeing them. i look out at the audience.
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for 100 years, i said democrats felt they had the automatic vote. i said what the hell do you have to lose? vote for me. what do you have to lose? >> [cheers and applause]. >> what do you have to lose? >> [cheers and applause]. >> i came off the stage. i will never forget. it the first time i just said it. i didn't care. i came off the stage and my political advisor said that's a horrible thing to say. but it's true. what the hell do you have to lose. now i just said african-american unemployment is at the lowest level in history. >> [cheers and applause]. >> very encouraging. thank you. thank you. >> [cheers and applause]. >> thank you very much. thank you. so, we keep going.
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we keep striving. when it's all over, nobody has done the job we have done. >> sean: coming up on the special edition of "hannity." my opening monologue on president trump's accomplishments that the mainstream media nervous talks about. -- never talks about. that's next.
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>> live from america news headquarters. mother nature posing new threats for 12 kids and their soccer coach trapped in a flooded cave in thailand. heavy rain showers are on the way. they could wait for the flood waters to recede and get the
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children out in october or teach them to use scuba. some of the kids can't swim. so far all are in good condition. and houston saw a lot of rain. putting a damper on the 4th of july cellerations. 2 to 4 inches of rain fell every hour. the city still recovering from hurricane harvey. now back to the "hannity" special. >> sea >> sean: no secret that the mainstream media and destroy trump attacks the president every day and ignore his long list of accomplishments. i highlighted those successes in one of my opening monologues. let's take a look. >> the 500th day since donald trump was inaugurated.
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after months of preditions that a trump presidency would lead this country in ruins. the world is seeing serious progress u.n. inspectors the president's leadership. impending talks with north korea's president days away to talk about the denuclearization of north korea. kim jong-un halted all missiles toasts. no missiles fireded over japan. destroyed a nuclear test sites. 3 american hostages remember returned and walked over into the arms of the south korea president. not a dime paid like with obama or clinton. 3 north korea general managers were fired by kim jong-un.
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a sign of his commitment to serious reform. we have seen so many great developments. we don't have time to list. look at the side of your screen. the unemployment rate and unprecedented 3.8%. the lowest in 50 years. america, we have african-americans all time low unemployment rate. the same with hispanic americans and women in the workplace. 14 state record lows in unemployment. consumer confidence. 17 year high. after passing a historic 3.7-trillion dollars tax cuts and cutting 22 regulations for every new one enacted. even the "new york times" writing we ran out of words to describe how good these job members are. fake news cnn had to report that the unemployment rate matched its lowest point in half a century. the president kept his programs.
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the u.s. embassy moved to jerusalem and israel and getting america out of the nuclear deal. and the construction of that wall on the southern border of this country. it's started in san diego. successful appointment of neal gorsuch to the supreme court as promised. i could go on and on. more americans believe they are much better than when donald trump took office. the democrats and the media, hollywood and others all warning you that president trump would be bad for america. you knew better. bad for the world. you knew better. these people were actively rooting for the president and the country to fail to get power back. what they don't understand is that americans are fed up with both parties. they are disgusted. they elected an iconic disruptor
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to get results and make decisions and move with the speed of trump. in his first 500 days, the president proved his naysayers wrong. tonight an important question to ask. who do you trust? the anti-trump people who have been wrong over and over again? now having to root for failure of the president and fairly of the country. a guy that got results. tonight the answer is clear. everyone in america is reaping the awards. you the american people made the right decision. more of special edition of "hannity" straight ahead.
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your brain changes as you get older. but prevagen helps your brain with an ingredient originally discovered... in jellyfish. in clinical trials, prevagen has been shown to improve short-term memory. prevagen. the name to remember. >> i'm not your charity case. >> i am not your excuse to buy a new dress for the annual fundraiser. >> i am not the poster child for your big donation. >> i am out of debts and in my own home. >> i am off opioids. >> i'm graduating on time and on my way to a great job.
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>> i am. >> i am. >> we are. >> we are. >> we are. >> what it means to live united. ♪look into my eyes ♪you will see ♪what you mean to me ♪don't tell me it's not worth trying for♪ ♪you know it's true ♪everything i do ♪i do it for you ♪yeah, i would fight for you♪
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♪i'd lie for you ♪walk the wire for you ♪yeah, i'd die for you ♪you know it's true ♪everything i do ♪i do it for you [2. >> ♪ >> sean: unfortunately that's all of the time we have left. i wish all of you a very happy and please be safe on the 4th of july. greatest country in the world. it's god's gift to us.
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the show will always be fair and balanced. we are not the destroy trump media. thanks for joining us. hope you have a great night. g hd to be. we honor him tonight. charles krauthammer,. >> faith is something that one has or doesn't have. one doesn't construct it. for me, it's a difficult concept. the one thing i do believe is that of all the possible views of god, atheism is the least plausible. the idea that there is no meaning or purpose or origin, that the universe is as it always was. i mean, that cannot be. i sometimes joke by saying i don't believe in god but i fear him greatly. ♪ ♪ >> i have been american