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>> sean: welcome to "hannity" on this busy news-breaking friday night. we're on the road. we will be in houston, texas, beaumont, texas tomorrow. as we speak, a caravan of over 4,000 migrants are fast approaching america's southern border all because the democratic party refuses to secure our border. this is what the democratic party wants: open borders,
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eliminate i.c.e. and you the american people pay the costs. we already paid billions and billions every single year. now just 18 short days, you, we the people, you'll have the power to once again shock the world. and at this hour, nancy pelosi is measuring the drapes, chuck schumer is dreaming of power. and as per usual, democrats are using identity politics to distract you from the successes of the last two years. we're going to show you all the latest examples of far-left radical incivility, including a trump hater calling for a military coup. not making that up. so sit tight, buckle up. it's time for our friday night breaking news midterm edition of our opening monologue.
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♪ it's time to wake up, america. we start tonight with a crisis at our southern border. thousands of central american migrants as we speak are marching straight to our border. tonight according to reports, the u.s. and mexico have reached an important agreement to intercept these migrants at the border. if any migrant evades this process, makes it into the united states, mexico has allegedly agreed to allow them to return to mexico. they'll use the military if necessary and there been a price to pay if the caravan makes its way to our border. and of course we're dealing with all of this tonight as a direct result of one thing: the democratic party, the democratic politicians have all been saying they want sanctuary cities and
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open borders. they have steadfastly refused to fully fund the border wall and democratic politicians all across the country defy the will of you, we the people, and they refuse to enforce our laws. this is a big issue as it relates to our midterm elections in just 18 days. instead what they've been doing is aiding and abetting criminal illegal immigrants in some cases with their sanctuary city policies and state. and unless the laws change, which is congress's law, and we can detain and deport people, this will be a never-ending problem for the country. they think that gets them more voters. and in many ways, we're welcoming people to the country either illegally or legaling. the president offered a massive
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concession on what they say they care about the most, the so-called dreamers. an estimated $134 billion last year in healthcare, criminal justice, educational system, and other costs. now, this is just anarchy, lawlessness. so tonight, 18 days before this important midterm election, now, you might want to ask yourself which party's immigration policies do you support: the president's policies, the republican policies, a big law to secure our borders also with a big door, or do you support the party of no due process, no presumption of innocence, the
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party of chaos, lawlessness, a party that is aiding and abetting illegal activity. and as we count down the days to november 6th, house races all across this country tonight. nobody can predict with certainty what will happen on election day in 18 days. they're very, very tight. and we'll preview some of the races. but let me be very clear. wherever you live, it doesn't matter. if you vote for a democrat in any house district, you are really voting for nancy pelosi, maxine waters, and the speaker would control the gavel, the agenda, she'll control the fate of the trump agenda. she will steer for impeachment of the president, but they're not telling anybody. nancy pelosi doesn't care about the forgotten men and women of the country who are far better
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off since trump has been elected. take a look. >> i think that we owe the american people to be there for them, for their financial security, respecting the dignity and worth of every person in that country. and if there's collateral damage for some others who do not share, so be it. >> you've got to pass the bill before you know what's in it. you keep your plan, you pay less. no, we're all paying more. without a doubt, she has a history of being radical and hyper partisan. take a look. >> in terms of the bonus that corporate received versus the crumbs they're giving to workers is so pathetic. if you breathe air, drink water,
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eat food, take medicine or in any other way interact with the courts, this is a very bad decision. so what, they say it's going to be a slippery slope. i certainly hope so. do whatever you have to do. just win, baby. >> since trump has been elected, we have 4 million more jobs, 400,000 manufacturing jobs, jobs we were told were never coming back. but the democrats don't seem to care about the jobs. they have no plan that they ever mention. instead, for them, it's about vanquishing their humiliating loss in 2016 and preserving their precious obamacare, not working for anybody, abolishing i.c.e., open borders. they want the tax cuts back, they want the crumbs. blocking justices from the supreme court. getting rid of donald trump any
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way they can. but, of course, don't tell the american people, try and hide what their real seedy self-serving agenda is about. don't talk about immigration never. don't talk about that. but as per usual, democrats are not doing a very good job. let's take a look. these moments, well, the truth slips out. take a look. >> there's a difference in how some of our leadership talk about how we should handle all of this. they say, please don't say impeachment anymore. and when they say that, i say impeachment, impeachment, impeachment. >> i guess that's the agenda. except they're trying to hide it. that's manipulative. that's basically a way of lying to the american people. and it's so obvious. and by the way, all too predictable. they do this every two years, every four years. they could never win if they told you the truth about where they stand. and of course the use of identity politics. every republican, every
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conservative, racist, sexist, kill children, kill grandma. you've heard me say it so many times, and it's happening now right before your eyes. and now the left is taking it a dangerous step further and actually vilifying all political disagreements. and anyone who supports the president, watch out. that includes, oh, they're oh so belov beloved rosie o'donnell going on nbc last night calling for a military coup. >> we're going to right this ship. he's evil. he's dark. it's the opposite of what america stands for. we should impose martial law until we make sure the russians weren't involved in the election. >> he wants to send the military
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to the border. >> i want to send the military to the white house to get him. [laughter] >> sean: anybody really surprised by all the incivility we're been seeing the last number of weeks. we've reported on two separate incidents, violent assaults. two republican candidates punched. one a woman, another with serious injuries. repeatedly they have been threaten. in one scary situation, a package is sent to collin's house. a battery against a gop campaign manager. earlier today she detailed the assault. let's take a look. >> shoving his phone in our faces, yelling, screaming, chased us down the hallway.
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we entered a private room, shut the door. this gentleman pushed his way in the door. i got trapped. >> >> sean: this is how bad they want power back. and what agenda are they offering the american people? this is all unacceptable behavior. republicans have been stacked, harassed, run out of restaurants with their spouses and children, chased out of restaurants and much, much more. this week again cruz was thrown out of a restaurant with his wife heidi. take a look. >> thank you, sir, god bless you. >> i believe in due process. >> lots of women were up there talking about their stories. >> do you believe in a man lying
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about his alcohol in front of a senate and perjury. >> thank you for expressing your first amendment right. >> and in houston, texas, he was a target of another altercation. >> i've got about 100 of these. >> cool. >> i hate ted cruz. >> sean: and speaking of which, in 18 days, texas voters are going to have a clear choice between senator cruz, a constitutionalist, a conservative, and beto o'rourke, fled the scene of a car crash,
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lied about it after crashing into another car while being intoxicat intoxicat intoxicated and wasted. they're actually pushing for trump's impeachment. >> have you changed your mind is this >> i haven't. i do think there's enough there for impeachment. and if asked, i would voted on it. >> and don't forget. who is he obliged to listen to? millions and millions out-of-state dollars. texas, do you really want someone with the same exact views as maxine waters leading your state? and in arizona, a bizarre far-left radical activist. we've shown you example after example of the disturbing past.
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she's taking her on. she called the state of arizona. she wants their votes. the meth lab of democracy. she was also caught on tape multiple times calling arizonans crazy. she wants your vote. and even made fun of her state for being famous but only in a lindsay lohan kind of way. in 2003, she suggested it's fine for americans to fight for the taliban. featuring a far-left radical lawyer who represent the blind shake. and she also invited witches to the rally. the rnc used her own words against her in this brand-new
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ad. take a look. >> whoever wants to come, they're all welcome tomorrow. i said, think about how the police are going to react to what you wear and say. and whatever decision you make is your choice. >> thankfully mcsally is surging in the poll and for good reason. blackburn is actually down one point. but he was exposed this week for being a two-faced phony pretending to be a moderate. his staff caught on camera saying the exact opposite. say one thing to get elected but really represent your special interest friends, the new york chuck schumer way of voting in the senate. take a look.
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>> i don't think so. >> i'm so confused because i just can't believe that he would actually vote yes. >> i don't know if that makes it worse or better. no, it makes it better. >> but i don't understand what's the game by voting yes. >> moderate republicans. >> a vote for him would be a vote against due process, truth and honesty, a vote against presumption of innocence. coming up, we'll have a preview of three close senate races in michigan, missouri, and indiana tonight. now we have the state of florida, two very important races. governor rick scott currently busy here. time and time again, he has successfully guided florida through all of these natural
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disaste disasters. he's running for senate against a chuck schumer reliable vote by the name of bill nelson who has been in washington way too long. this is now the 76-year-olds 18th year on capitol hill. time for florida to send him home. and in the florida race for governor. the choice is simple, obvious, and clear. you can vote for a republican who will keep florida on the cutting edge of innovation and economic success or a socialist mayor, who by the way is under investigation, who wants to raise business taxes by 40%. let me warn florida. he will be a disaster for the state of florida. you won't have any new business and other business will be fleeing florida. so let me be clear about your choices as it relates to this election. if you care about due process and the rule of law, constitution, if you care about a booming economy, your
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paycheck, your safety, your security and securing our borders, you better get to the polls. this is a fight for the foundations of our country and principles we hold near and dear. there's a lot at stake. joining us now, michigan senate candidate john james, josh hawley, and mike braun. mike, we'll start with you. in indiana you're facing the added burden of a libertarian that if they draw 2% of the vote it's not against joe donnelly, it'll be against you. i would say to the people of indiana, any vote for this third-party candidate is basically a vote for donnelly. >> i think the way that'll work is as we get closer to election time, a lot of people will see that vote may not count. and i think it's so clear between me and the senator donnelly is that he's been in
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line with chuck schumer from day one. he's got a record that's easy to talk about. all the things you described in other races hold true here. he takes his marching orders from chuck. and really when you vote for someone like donnelly, you're voting for schumer. the libertarian vote i think shares some of the principles we share for. i think they will come home to roost because they want their vote to count. >> john james, i've been watching you. the first time i interviewed you, you were way behind, but you've been able to close the race as people get to know you. i don't say this often because when i first interviewed you on my radio show, i even said to you, wow, this is the future of the republican party. your background, your business, a state like michigan that finally is beginning to see some economic revitalization under the policies of the president. and if you're there, how could you help him? >> that's right. and we count let that slip for a
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second. and you were talking about the mob. it's essential that we wake up and recognize exactly what the progressives are trying to gives to do. right now conservative speech is considered violent and liberal violence is considered speech. and that message is getting out. understanding that we're not fighting for left or right. we're fighting for red, white, and blue. and taking that message forward is something that's really meaningful here. we just had a rally. we had rsvp's for 6,000 people and 4,000 showed up, who believe in taking our state forward, taking our nation forward. and i'm excited to bring my combat and business experience. if you want to learn me, please go to johnjamesforsenate.com.
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we need your help, we need your support to protect our constitutional rep. >> republic. >> sean: and think of what we could do with your background, expertise and experience. josh, let me bring you in in missouri. your opponent claire mccaskill is one of the most reliable schumer votes in washington. she's caught on tape saying, and her staff admitting that they are purposely lying to the people of missouri. and now she somehow was mad that she's exposed. oh, we need a special investigation. no, if you talk on camera or you're caught on camera saying things that directly conflict with what you tell the people in your state, she got exposed. that's her problem, not anyone else's. >> if i were her i would be concerned about how she's caught saying one thing in public and
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another in private. she said that that she's opposed to the wall. she's against border security. she's opposed to pro-constitution judges and opposed to middle-class tax cuts. there's the choice right there. somebody who's a party line liberal or somebody who will vote with missouri. >> well, these are three important races. that is a very winnable seat. i wish you all luck, all three of you. these three states, michigan, missouri, indiana, all winnable. when we come back, the media continues to normalize and make excuses for the liberal mob we keep showing you every night.
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i'm trace gallagher. now back to "hannity." >> sean: all right. instead of calling out the angry left-wing mob to continues to ambush republican figures in public, well, some members of the left wing continue to make excuses and normalize this behavior. take a look. >> when he brought the mob word up again, i called him out. and listen, i don't want to be the word police, and that was not my intention, but i always believe in calling out talking points. >> these are one-off instances, everyone, the one-off instances of yelling and whatnot. >> one-off instances, plural. seriously? this is the bizarre behavior that they're now normalizing and defending. take a look. [protesters chanting]
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[indiscernible yelling] >> sean: joining us now with a reaction. one-off instances, that would be plural, just to help them out. it's not a one-off instance. what we've had is many riots in a couple of american cities. we have had now two minnesota republican politicians punched, one injured severely, the other a woman. we see pam bondi, sarah sanders, and maxine waters create a
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crowd. >> they want to deny what they've created. we see what this is. we are past the days of the '70s and '80s where we're relying on one network to tell us what's happening. we have other options. we have fox news, the internet, our own neighborhoods. we can see that this is a mob. that word is chosen for a reason. it's not a talking point. it's a fact. this is what's separating the dynamic here. on one hand, they want to deny it. on the other hand, they want to excuse it and normalize it. you should note of course the susan collins' letter to her home. they actually have protests in front of their home as well. this is not normal. there's a lot of young people who think this is what happens with politics. it is not. this is not normal. it is, i believe, the ultimate
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meltdown of the left where they cannot participate at all within a civil society and it is encouraged and endorsed by their very leadership. >> sean: first of all, the idea that somebody says one-off instances, then you've got fake news cnn, they're lecturing the media saying don't call it a mob. you can't use the mob word. i'll let people view it themselves. they can decide. we see what's happening. >> yeah, it's called natural sound up. you show pictures like you did in that montage of people being attacked. you mention ted cruz in situations where they're in public places. let people at home decide whether that's a mob or not. she should know better because we're only now, sean, remember, 18 months removed from a bernie
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sanders supporter. and this has nothing good with bernie sanders, no blame on him whatsoever. but a deranged person that shot of republican lawmakers that nearly got steve scalise killed. that rhetoric certainly has consequences. cory booker or eric holder saying you have to get in people's faces and kick people. >> >> could i add something, sean, in that we spent the kavanaugh hearing listening to the left saying that all women matter and all women should be safe and we need to protect women. and yet this very tactic of theirs targets women. so it's the same dynamic, these same people who have lied to the american people, obviously for an extended period of time, but
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certainly during the kavanaugh hearings, as they became the mob in the senate. their own tactics now are targeting the wives of politicians, the women who support donald trump, female supporters of donald trump. >> sean: thank you both. a lot more coming up this busy news-breaking friday night. wife of demoted doj official bruce ohr met with lawmakers behind closed door today. we'll get a report.
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>> sean: all right. so earlier today congress grilled nelly orr. also married to the twice-demoted dodge official bruce ohr. and they wanted to funnel phony
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information to the special council robert mueller. and nelly helped. and fox news learned that nellie ohr took the spousal privilege. mark meadows was in that meeting. he joins us now, along with fox news contributors sara carter, investigative reporter. and john solomon. well, at least she showed up. rosenstein is now rescheduled for the 24th. tell us what you can as it relates to us. >> the details of that particular interview are not something we're sharing publicly, but your lead-in is exactly right. we were trying to get to the connection between fusion gps and glen simpson. and ultimately the go-between,
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which was in our opinion at times nellie ohr to bruce ohr at doj and then to the fbi. and so a lot of the communication, he was actually a cooperative witness, but when it got down to the real details, she either didn't recall or they invoked a privilege that would say that the intimate conversations between a husband and wife could not be divulged and certainly claimed that privilege. so i don't know that we've learned a whole lot. >> sean: the dossier she worked only that clinton paid for that was use to, well, propagandize the american people with lies before the election and used later as a weapon to try to bring the president down. that was part of the media leak strategy, the insurance policy to get the special counsel appointed. they are being uncooperative, not allowing people like our friend mark meadows here to do his job, which is oversight.
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they keep refusing to turn over documents. they lie in the name of national security and they've been proven to lie. but when you get to the bottom of it all, really a lot is coming down to bruce and nellie ohr. she creates the dossier. he's spreading the narrative of the dossier. but none of it's verified. >> absolutely, sean. think about this. so you have nellie ohr delivering information to her husband that he is holding onto. he is delivering that information to the fbi, apparently. and he's also being used as a backdoor to deliver information for christopher to the fbi after the fbi fires and basically dismisses his as a confidential informant when they were gathering information because he was leaking to the media. so how can congress get to the bottom of any of this in nellie ohr is refusing to talk about
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the conversations she had with her husband. these are not private conversations between a husband and a wife. these are conversations between an employee of fusion gps and an official from the department of justice. and maybe the person to ask about a lot of these questions is going to be rod rosenstein next wednesday. he ready has to answer these questions. he gave an interview to the wall street journal but then refused to talk to meadows and other lawmakers. it's incredible. it's like i can talk to the media, but i don't want to talk to you. >> sean: and i'll let you weigh in on this, john solomon, but also you had a big breaking story yesterday that there's -- you were able to discover all these junkets the doj fbi guys were taking from special interests. and it seems one of the biggest beneficiaries, even during his time working for mueller, if my timeline is correct, would be
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mueller's pit bull weissman. he put four innocent people in jail for a year, overturned by the 5th circuit. really, he's taken junkets paid for by? >> yeah, many cases pending before the justice department. it was a pretty stark picture of a justice department that seems to be on the take with special interests. and nobody really knew about it. these reports were hidden. and i think it's an important thing. i was listening to them talk about what we learned today and yesterday. if the beatles were around today, i think they would have revamped their song and it would be, "we've got a ticket to hide." somewhere that buck has to stop, and i think it stops next week
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with rod rosenstein. >> sean: let me go back to meadows and rosenstein. why aren't you going to be in the room? and is he going to be under oath as per usual standard practice and will it be recorded as per usual standard practice? and why aren't you there? i heard you might not be in the room. >> well, right now the deal that's being negotiated right now will exclude a number of us that have been there. here's the problem i have with that. one, that's not what our leadership committed to. but the bigger problem is why should rod rosenstein get a different standard than everybody else. he wants to go into a classified setting, a secret room so nobody can here his testimony on a transcribed interview. i think that we need to continue to make sure he comes. i think we ought to compel him to come. if he won't come voluntarily, the way every other witness has, the time for a subpoena is now. >> i couldn't agree more.
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>> sean: we need to release the faii fisa, declassify those. i hope they're coming. the president said they will be. do we all agree on that? >> i agree. >> i agree, yeah. >> sean: all right. thank you all. we're going to be watching that closely next week. all right. when we come back, democrats continue to refuse to secure the border. we have 4,000 people, a caravan headed to our border. the president is having none of this. coming up next, straight
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♪ >> sean: so just this morning, fox news jenkins caught dramatic
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footage of the border. we're watching very closely 4,000 migrants trying to make their way to our southern border. take a look. >> the infiltration across this board continues. we've gone deep into the brush, another group of individuals. you're looking at three guys that came deep into this brush that they had located and found these three individuals. they're all in their 20's. one man is from honduras -- i'm sorry, one is from guatemala, two are from el salvador, i believe. >> sean: the president's done
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everything he can do. and you even agree. he said, we'll give you the dreamers. democrats never wanted a deal. we've got a caravan of 4,000 people. we assume mexico will do their job, but they don't, the president will be forced to put our military on the border. why do the democrats refuse to negotiate, and why are they hearing from john podesta in a report, don't talk about immigration, it's a losing issue, so act like it doesn't exist? >> i think democrats are in a jam on immigration because barack obama's policy wasn't that different from donald trump's. barack obama was called the deporter in chief. he was just as harsh as president trump proportedly is. i think there's several things that have to be pointed out that is good news. i appreciate jenkins' reporting
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from the southern border. because of donald trump's personal negotiations with the current president and the incoming mexican president, the mexican government has now resolved to help us with this problem. they've moved two loads of feder federales and the mexicans now are stopping that caravan at the southern border. that's what you need. you need creative approaches. and you need the compromise that you and i have -- let's build the wall. he deserves to get his wall. on the other hand, for democratic support, we should cut the dreamers slack and give them a green card and a path to citizenship. >> sean: he offered the deal. >> that's a compromise that you
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and i can live with. >> sean: all right. when you look at what the democrats want though, they think this is a generation or generations of votes for them. so they won't even negotiate anything. not good for our country, not good for the opioid crisis or human trafficking. but we literally have sanctuary cities, now sanctuary states, and zero cooperation. why are they steadfastly against any protection of our borders? >> sean, you will get no compromise from the democrats. but you just summarized nicely the reason why. this is not about compassion, it's not about immigrants, it's not taking care of immigrants for the democrats. this is about voters and what they believe is demographic destiny. they believe that. i don't believe that. i don't believe hispanic voters or immigrants vote like robots, like the democrats want you to
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believe they do. to them it's about power and votes. and i can prove it to you. they have been offered deals in the past and the democrats don't even want to hear it. this has nothing to do with compassion. this is all about power to them. >> in terms of demographic reality, let me just say this. ronald reagan said of latinos, they are republicans even though they may not know it yet. they're very entrepreneurial. george w. bush, 44% of the hispanic vote. it's bad for us to let the democrats have their way. let's reach out. president trump deserves a second look. and let me just say --
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for governor scott, we give you thanks for your help during the hurricane. >> we have to treat them like people. they don't like chaos. they like security too. >> sean: all right. thank you both for being with us. all right. when we come back, i am headed to texas tomorrow. i'll be with senator ted cruz, interviewing him in part of a town hall. and so i'll tell you where i will be in the lone star state.
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>> sean: tomorrow i will be in texas to interview senator ted cruz as he campaigns in houston and beaumont. houston in the morning, beaumont in the afternoon. these are town halls. i'll be interviewing the
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senator. it'll air monday night right here on this show. thank you for being with us. we'll be fair and balanced. we are not the destroy trump media. only 15 days until election day. laura ingraham takes it

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