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this war that is the sworn enemy -- all in great abundance right now. this won't last forever. good night from washington. guess who's next to my three guesses. sean hannity. >> sean: who's next? me. great show, good to see you and welcome to "hannity." one week from tonight, seven days you will turn into the fox news channel, the fate of your government rests in your hands. so much at stake, your paycheck, your taxes, your retirement, your 401(k). if your, immigration, originalist federal justices. due process, presumption of innocence. peace through strength and so much more. i argued site that we are at a crossroads in this country will either get better or worse. in one week you have the power. not the pundits, not the fake news network, not the pollsters, you get to decide and shock the
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world. coming up we will profile all of the biggest races all across the country. we will explain the three possible election outcomes and also tonight, president trump just wrapped up a very solemn trip to pittsburgh where he, the first lady melania, met with the victims and mourned this weekend's horrific attack. vile, evil deranged monsters like this man responsible for saturday's anti-semitic massacre will never define us as a country, even though there are people that try to politicize such tragedies. unbelievable. we will respond to all of that hateful coverage that you've been watching. not here of course. sit tight, buckle up. we have a busy show. time for our breaking news opening monologue. one week from tonight you tune into the fox news channel, election results at this hour will be pouring in. the balance of power and capitol hill will be decided. he will definitely see 1 of 3 results. in the best-case scenario it
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republicans pick up seats in the senate. that helps with confirmations of supreme court justices and hold onto a small majority in the house of representatives. the second scenario could happen, split decision. this is what most analysts are predicting and the g.o.p. would hold onto power in the senate, pick up seats, but lose the house and, yes, nancy pelosi would be the next speaker of the house. third, worst-case scenario involves republicans losing both the house and senate. meaning you get to speaker pelosi senate majority leader schumer. i would like to say it's unlikely. that would pretty much be an unmitigated disaster and a really bad night. without them before, kind of like when obama won twice, but you can prevent that. thankfully the senate is looking pretty strong for the republicans. we look at north dakota democrat and government heidi heitkamp is now down by double digits against republican kevin kramer. in nevada, g.o.p. senator dean heller, he is maintaining a consistent but it's always a
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tough state lead against his opponent. then we have incumbent indiana democratic senator joe donnelly now down to republican mike brown. a little complicated in indiana because there's a libertarian on the ticket and that would split and siphon away votes mostly from the republican and help donnelly, so libertarian vote pretty much as a vote for chuck schumer and donnelly. meanwhile in florida, razor razor-thin, close as it can be. rick scott, one of the most effective governors in the history of the state bringing in over 2 million jobs in his term and he's in a very close race against democratic do-nothing senator schumer want to be incumbent bill nelson and let's not forget about this all important race in arizona. american hero republican martha mcsally, a vet, 28 years, six tours of duty in iraq and afghanistan. her opponent kristen sinema, a radical disgrace for decades, even trashing the people of arizona, calling them crazy,
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comparing the state to a meth lab of democracy and she says arizona is famous in the lindsay lohan kind of way, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. 2003, not long after the 2001 trade center attacks she even suggested it was okay if americans go fight for the taliban, our enemies. she also promoted events at arizona state university featuring a radical far left lawyer, the one who were presented radical blind shake. and by the way, cinema organized antiwar rally with self-described witches. as martha mcsally said while she was fighting for a country she was running antiwar protests and wearing a pink tutu. yesterday project veritas unleashed a private video showing how she and her campaign are caught on tape openly admitting just how far left she is. but she's hiding it from the people of arizona. it's amazing how consistent the democrats are. don't tell them what we really
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think. we can't win on who we really are. take a look. >> i think you have to look -- i think we can't be talking about this. we can't. right? >> there's a lot of very conservative people in arizona so she can't alienate the conservative moderate conservative voters by being super -- she is pro-choice, she's very liberal, she's progressive, but she doesn't in the selection want to draw too much attention to being progressive because she's trying to be more -- that's why i think she took so much democratic help, otherwise she wouldn't have won. >> move up, become powerful. >> i believe we should offer citizenship to every person in this country who isn't bad. that's what i believe. >> sean: the latest democrat caught on tape.
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arizona, do you really want to put someone that thinks it's okay to fight with the taliban, that radical, in the u.s. senat senate? campaigns, democrats claire mccaskill, phil bergeson, heidi heitkamp, they were all exposed on camera proving our point. if you want to win and you are a democrat you cannot reveal who you really are or what you really believe in. you've got to lie to your constituents. that is pathetic. senator mccaskill, members of her staff revealing their far left plans, strip gun rights from law-abiding american citizens in missouri. always voting with obama, not voting very often with trump at all. she should be defeated in a state that is trump territory. in tennessee, his staff admitting that he would never support actually cavanaugh's nomination if elected and that people in his own state are kind of ignorant despite promising otherwise. caught in a lie. lying to the people of tennessee. marsha blackburn is often the
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latest polls there. if republicans have a really, really good night, if you want to be optimistic, why not? democratic incumbents, manchin is now down to train in west virginia. this is a real race. tester in montana is within the margin of error only up 3. he could be defeated. corrupt new jersey democrat bob menendez now at risk of losing that race, now within the margin of error. nobody saw that coming. if the balance of power in the house is very much up for grabs at this hour. real clear politics putting 204 house races in the democratic column, 199 in the republican column. 32 toss ups will decide the majority. to make it simple we are putting up on the screen, we have all of this on detailing the balance of power. these races will tip that balance. there could be as few as a four-point when on either side. all these races are looking at her neck and neck.
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track and one gubernatorial race very closely, republican ron desantis of florida in a very tight race against radical tallahassee mayor andrew gillum. far left corrupt socialist calling for a 40% tax hike for businesses in florida. that will destroy the economy of florida. actually facing an ongoing federal investigation into serious corruption and accepting bribes valued at thousands of dollars from undercover agents including tickets to the hit broadway play hamilton and a luxury vacation. florida, you better wake up. if you cannot let that man beer governor or you will see her or see our economy tanked. early voting has now started all over america. if your state has early voting, you want to go vote, get it don done. are you better off than you were two years ago? have bergeson regulations on businesses been cut dramatically more than at any other time in our generation? are we now finally on a real path to becoming energy
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independent? the lifeblood of our economy. do we now have better trade deals? and his little rocket man talking about denuclearization of the korean peninsula? has a stop shooting rockets over japan? is our relationship with israel better? do we pull out of that erect ohmic disasters are running deal? better relations in terms of a new coalition. israel, the u.s., jordan. egypt, the saudis. did we get to original list as promised on the u.s. supreme court? do you care about presumption of innocence or are you worried about protecting your borders tonight? do you support the president's new plan to end birthright citizenship's for those who came to this country illegally? do you want a wall on our southern border? one week from tonight, one week from today all of it is on the ballot. get to the polls and vote or else you get the government you
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deserve. you will wake up on november 7th and you will hear speaker pelosi or soon to be speaker pelosi, speaker elect speaker elect pelosi, senate majority elect chuck schumer. maxine waters. adam schiff, elijah cummings, they will all be committee chairman and women. that was not going to be good. what did they want? open borders. they want to keep obamacare. how does that work out for you? they want their crumbs back. they want higher taxes. they want activist justices on the court. they will open endless investigations. they will block any investigation into the deep state. mark my words, america gets the government they deserve. but polls are often wrong. on the one hand we are going to go over the poll numbers, but on the other hand, they were wrong -- if you look at the exit polls in 2016, 2004, john kerry was supposed to be president and so was hillary clinton, they often get the polls wrong. hillary still hasn't quite
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recovered. she's still forcing her way into the public stage. not really a pretty picture, including recently when she made this offensive joke. take a look. >> i don't want to paint with a broad brush, every immigrant is that, every african-american is that. every other person with different religious beliefs or whatever, that's childish. >> what you think of cory booker? >> i adore him. >> what you think about him saying kick them in the shins essentially? >> that was eric holder. >> that was eric holder. sorry. >> i know they all look alike. >> no they don't. well done! >> sean: the mainstream media all but ignore those remarks. how would they have reacted if donald trump set it? you can hear the audience laugh, cheer, moderator grinned ear to ear. but what if a republican made that same comment? we all know the outrage or feigned i guess it would be moral outrage and selective moral outrage of fake news cnn
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and conspiracy tv msnbc and elsewhere it would be. all conservative. today president trump visited the site where an actual racist, vile anti-semitic monster attacked a synagogue, killing 11, injuring six others. the president, the first lady melania met with the victims, mourned this horrible attack and sadly even as we speak, the mainstream media, those on the left are still going to great lengths, lying to paint a false narrative picture of the president of fox news talk radio and even many of you, the american people. racist, condoning and inciting such reprehensible violence night after night, day after day, minute after minute. they paint all conservatives, most republicans as cancerous hatemongers. let's take an example. "gq" writer yesterday on fake news cnn jake tapper's show. she actually said that trump is worse than isis and we are
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getting lectured by cnn lecturing the president on civility. this is a joke. take a look. >> i think this president, one of the things that he really launched his presidential run on is talking about islamic radicalization in this president has radicalized so many more people than isis ever did. i think the president has far more supporters who espouse an equally hateful ideology. >> sean: after not pushing back at all, jake tapper later gave her an opportunity to explain the remarks. she partially apologized, then continue to just bash president trump in one breath. and of course, she wasn't banned from fake news cnn or msnbc. instead, they just continue to feature her as a great cast over and over again. all week she's been spewing absurd anti-trump hatred and the mainstream media apparently loving it. they lecture us on civility. take a look. >> this tale of anti-semitic comments, anti-semitic terms
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don't like tropes. >> you say that trump sets the tone. he is allowed pickets go about their business. >> absolutely. the ways in which he condemns racists where you can see it so half-hearted. it's like a kid being forced to do something by his parents. >> you mentioned world war ii because one donald trump said that he was a nationalist, he didn't just off the cuff was a nationalist. at that point i think kind of the racism and anti-semitism that he had been winking at in these dog whistles i think. >> sean: of course the media lecturing the president on civility and tone on talk radio and civility and tone and lecturing fox news. they wonder why people chant that they sock constantly, regularly. there's no introspection introspection, no internal conversation that maybe they've earned it and the president calls them fake news and they bubble and feels like alka-seltzer and water and with
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just one week to go until election day, others, mainstream media speaking literally now in one hysterical voice of the democratic party desperate to win in seven days. news busters study in the lead up to the midterms, mainstream media's coverage of president trump coverage has been ten times more negative than the coverage of all democratic candidates combined. and of course we see it every two and four years, racist, sexist, you've heard my list, but this time it's even worse. now the mainstream media literally trying to link president trump, fox news, talk radio, everyone they disagree with and hate anyway with vile atrocities with an anti-semitic attack that took place in pittsburgh. i'm not making it out. we got the tape. >> the terror threat in this country's white men, most of them radicalized to the right and we have to start doing something about them. >> if you stop saying mean things about you i will stop inciting angry lunatics to kill
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you. >> whether the president knew what he was saying, the alleged gunman certainly heard something that resonated. go what trump is doing is stoking and inciting for the purposes of political power the worst amongst us to take action in his name. anybody who sits there and says there is not causality between these events and the incitement is as dishonest as they are blind. >> i don't think you have to be a rocket scientist to draw the lines between these people in the rhetoric that is being parroted by the president of the united states right now. >> the racists and the anti-semites think he is personally perfectly tolerant. >> sean: the most pro-israel president in our lifetime. as the prime minister of israel. they are pointing it out. to blame individuals like this is beyond hateful. we will get to that later. we have anti-trump hatred. it's become so unhinged even the
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rabbi from the synagogue that was attacked, he's getting hate now. why? because he's meeting the president who was going to mourn the lives of innocent people killed. take a look. >> when i first said that the president was welcome, i received a lot of emails, too numerous to count. i just cannot keep up with it. i've received many emails that are not happy with those words. the thing that saddens me is those emails also contain hate and it just continues in this vicious cycle. hate promulgating more hate promulgating more hate and that's just not the solution. we need to be better than this. >> sean: pretty despicable. we do need to be better than this. the violence has got to stop. at the threats, the intimidation have no place in this country. sadly many on the left,
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political differences just demonize somebody or disagree with. to them, republicans are evil, the president is able. fox news, talk radio is evil. it's why you see this kind of rhetoric over the top from liberals like actor james cromwell saying this week that there will be "blood in the streets" if democrats don't take back power and destroy the president's agenda. tried to walk it back, good luck with that. this kind of rhetoric is not only surprising, it's regular. the left is using the politics of fear for decades. i tell you every election season. every two years, every four years, this is what they do in their playbook. if will you stand against the politifact politicization -- these wild, vicious untrue facts? is there anything the democrats are offering to you, the american people, to help this country become a better place?
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to help its citizens, the forgotten men and women. at the same party of obama's record failures. what about appealing for impeachment for no reason. endless bickering, obstruction. it that's all they're offering. health care, how does that pay less work out for america? it was horrible. most people have one provider, that's it. at no choices. losing doctors, losing planes. you think open borders is smart? really? we are not a country that has sovereign borders, the rule of law? they want to eliminate ice? they want more sanctuary cities and states and free health care whether you are a citizen or not? they want to take back your crumbs and say so? really? they want to pick your pocket of every dime you have. they want liberal activists, judges on the court. they want to bring back the failed policies of obama. is that what you want? are you better off than you were two years ago today?
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is america better off? is the economy better off? are we more secure as a country? that decision will be yours in seven days. you can once again shock the world. joining us now, ronna mcdaniel along with florida attorney general pam bondi. i'm shocked that a guy like gillam, who wants to raise business taxes 40% is under corruption investigations, has said awful things about law enforcement, wants to impeach the president, medicare for all. i don't know who's going to pay for it. how was this even a close race in the same with bill nelson. is there any one thing anyone could say nelson has done in the century he's been there? >> i can. he's only passed 1% of the bills in the 45 years that he's been in political life. it's unreal. the man has basically done nothing. he's voted for higher taxes 300
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times versus rick scott, a businessman, a career businessman who has turned our state around. we are in the black. he has created millions of jobs. he has lower taxes. our state is in the best state it's been in because of rick scott. he's a businessman and he wants to serve in the senate. then you take that down to the governor's race with gillum, like you said. this guy signed the pledge. people go online and look at that pledge. anti-gun, anti-anti-law enforcement. anti-jail, antipolice. versus ron desantis, who has dedicated his life to service. an iraqi veteran. he served in the war for us. this guy is unreal. he believes in lower taxes. he cares about our state. if people have got to get out and vote. this election is crucial. >> sean: let me run through the states, yes or no, does rick scott and desantis win florida? polls show its neck and neck. >> i think they do when my
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florida. at the president is going down to florida tomorrow. he will go down a second time before election day and pam just laid out the differences between these candidates. gillum is extreme. he will destroy the florida economy. >> sean: marsha blackburn, the guy caught lying on tape, tissue and my? >> i think marsha blackburn wins. >> sean: claire mccaskill? >> we are seeing that race narrow. i think josh hawley wins that race. >> sean: how does dean heller do? >> dean heller is doing great right now in nevada and we also have two potential pickups in the house. >> sean: what about arizona? will cinema, the radical, have any chance? those polls are dead even. >> cinema is the greatest actress on the planet and she deserves an oscar for her award-winning change, but i think mike sally pulls that out. it's narrowing. it is neck and neck. kramer will be the next senator. >> sean: what about jon
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tester? could he lose? it looks like it. >> he can and the president is the biggest aid. we see rosendale go up. >> sean: what about other states, indiana. >> indiana braun has opened up a lead. west virginia, manchin is on the ropes. you look at new jersey. he >> sean: about new jersey? >> new jersey is within the margin of error. perhaps you can as a businessman. these are states we can win. >> sean: last question, while republicans hold the house? >> i think we will hold the house but it's going to be tight. we've got to get out and vote. >> sean: i would argue that tonight we are down five seats by my measure. pam. >> got to vote. everybody's got to get out there and vote. >> sean: he's a star. john james has cut the lead down to 6 in michigan. good to see you both. appreciate it. when we come back we have surprising numbers coming out ahead of the midterms. we will look at the polls.
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>> sean: one week from today and some races are down to the wire. as of today real clear politics map has democrats up to five in the house. that's how close it is. joining us now to help explain where things stand, former clinton pollster doug schoen. former trump campaign pollster john mclachlan. doug, you were on with me, it's what the polls show. 32, what we say toss ups in the country. you told me just a couple of days ago, you said democrats plus five. tonight if the election were held today i think you're right. i think the democrats would get
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the house because republicans have to sweep those 32 races. my hope is is that the trump voters understand the severity of nancy pelosi being speaker and that that would overcome that deficit. >> i think that's a hope, not a reality. i think the democrats will win narrowly. i would say that i don't see the blue wave materializing that the democrats hoped would show up but there are enough vacancies, open seats and frankly democratic -- >> sean: 45 retirements and youth at that the headwind of history. they pick up seats in the senate, the split decision most people are calling tonight, one week out. the pundits are wrong. they were wrong in 2014, 2016, 2004. >> i can't disagree with you or doug right now because there are too many open seats.
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the rest of the seats and on tuesday because the early voting states. at the republicans are doing better than -- about like they did in 16 florida but not as well as they did in '14 because the democrats and the anti-trump boat are coming out a little bit better. we really have to watch that. plus, you can't let up on election day. remember, everybody was saying a year ago when you had virginia and alabama, they were seeing the democrats won't come out, it will be usual turn out. instead of 2.2 million of her jeanette you had 2.6 million and it was 11% more democrats. this year the republicans have to stay fired up right through tuesday. that's what the president is out there doing the rallies. >> sean: kind of carrying a lot of these guys on their back. you would say tonight that republicans are a little behind in the house and there's got to be some urgency. we put up on my website those races that will tip the balance of power. but really every race matters.
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there's always a couple of surprises somewhere. what about the senate? start with you, john. how many republicans, do you think they pick up seats or where or how many? >> they probably should put more resources back into the house but they will pick up three, four, maybe five seats in the senate because in those states, being with trump or without trump really matters because you have 26 seats up for grabs her democratic seats. ten aren't states that trump won. heidi heitkamp is in trouble. manchin is in trouble in west virginia. i think mccaskill is going to lose in missouri. you've got a trend where democratic comets are in big trouble. if they vote for the republican instead of the libertarian, in trouble in indiana. >> sean: so what do you see in the senate? you believe the republicans hold the senate as a democrat. >> i do. i'm a little less bullish on the republican chances then you and john. i think arizona remains in play,
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indiana is within the margin of error. i don't really believe that necessarily mccaskill goes down but i have to say, all the trends are moving toward the extent there are trends in the direction of the republicans. the only contrary state now is arizona. nevada remains within the margin of error but moving marginally in the direction of the republicans. >> sean: florida is too close to call. i think we hold tennessee. i do think claire mccaskill loses. i think that project veritas tape has hurt her. her lying about her rv trip, voting reliably schumer has hurt her. i think you're right about nevada. i think kyrsten sinema is in trouble because as more and more -- chester is going to be a tight race. interestingly, even west virginia is in play. even new jersey might be in pla
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play. >> i think the democrats will hold new jersey, hold tester and it won't be three or four, i think it will be a couple of seats but clearly the republicans are poised to hold the senate as the democrats win the house. >> sean: you do say republicans can come back. what is it going to take for them to make up that five seat deficit if we are all right? we are all agreeing. a little behind tonight on the house. >> use of the master words, stop a low security 55% of americans don't like her. 30% are favorable to her. we've seen it where they don't want her as the speaker. even democrats don't want her as the speaker. we've got to draw that contrast between her. >> sean: doug is not going to admit it, he doesn't want her. >> no pelosi, no impeachment, yes to the democrats. >> sean: one week from tonight, let's see how smart we are. when we come back, more of the
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media's shameful, despicable double standard. democrats for years have been palling around with radical racist anti-semite louis farrakhan. you almost hear nothing about it. we've got the full report. that's next. straight ahead. ♪ thanks to medicine that didn't exist until now. and today can save your life. ♪ ♪ when mit rocked our world.ailed we called usaa. and they greeted me as they always do. sergeant baker, how are you? they took care of everything a to z. having insurance is something everyone needs, but having usaa- now that's a privilege.
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>> sean: in the wake of the synagogue massacre the media has been vilified in president trump saying his rhetoric is somehow connected to this horrific shooting. the media is saying next to nothing about major democrats, their connections to one of the biggest racists and anti-semites in america, louis farrakhan. here's what he said about the jewish people. >> the jews don't like farrakhan, so they call me hitler. that's a good name. he was a very great man. >> the satanic jews.
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they control everything mostly everybody. >> there were many israelis and zionist jews in key roles in the 9/11 attacks. >> see the jews have control over those agencies of government. >> the powerful jews are my enemies. >> farrakhan, by god's grace has pulled the cover off of that satanic jews. >> call me an anti-semite. stop it! i'm anti-termite. >> sean: we could spend all night on the racist side of him. joining is now, author of the case against impeaching trump, harvard law school professor alan dershowitz and ceo of the national diversity coalition for the president, pastor darrell
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scott is with us now. you know what bothers me? i've got pictures, alan dershowitz, of bill clinton, two months ago sitting three seats down from this racist anti-semite who i've got after my whole career. eight years after obama, then the picture comes out of farrakhan and obama. hung out with a lot of other radicals in chicago as well. then we've got keith ellison. nobody ever wants to talk about keith ellison. associated with this guy. this guy is evil and then they blame trump, who i think is the most pro-israeli president and our lifetime in a generation. the only one that had the guts to make jerusalem the capital. a great relationship with the prime minister. we are truly friends and partners and best allies and they accuse him of causing what
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this horrible terrorist act in the synagogue. >> i would like to put what i call a testing hypothetical. when i was a professor i always asked hypothetical questions. what if bill clinton's, one of his people that he loved in the area of country and western music died and bill clinton was invited to sit at his memorial service and he walked in and three seats away from him was david duke? is there anybody in the world who believes that bill clinton wouldn't have gotten up and left? but he didn't leave when he was seated three seats away from farrakhan. what's the reason for that? does he think that somehow duke is worse than farrakhan? he has a much bigger following and is much more -- advocates the kind of violence that we saw. is it that you have a different standard when you have a black bag it then when you have a white bigot?
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i'm so disappointed and bill clinton. i voted for him twice, i regard him as a friend but i cannot imagine how he can sit next to one of the most evil anti-semites in the world. the black caucus has welcomed farrakhan. other leaders of congress have welcomed farrakhan. it's an extraordinary double standard. there has to be one standard against anti-semitism. you cannot tolerate it. you cannot normalize it. you cannot make it acceptable and all of these actions implicitly make farrakhan's anti-semitism acceptable and normalized. >> sean: i can't say it any better than that, pastor scott. >> the thing that immediately comes to mind when you say that about bill clinton and the thing that ashamed me is the fact that he was sitting in a christian church. farrakhan is not only notoriously anti-semitic, he's also anti-christian as well.
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to have him on the platform in a seat of honor in a christian church, that was deplorable as well. but black leaders and black pastors, they embrace farrakhan and they're afraid to offend him simply because they think that because of his suppose it pro-black bigoted message that they need his approval, they need his endorsement in order for them to get elected or to have the power. they are afraid to make an enemy out of them but the truth be told, truth be told, a number of them privately share his anti-semitic feelings. and they buy into those anti-semitic stereotypes that farrakhan perpetuates. >> they have to be exposed without regard to their race. >> and he identifies the jews as the oppressor. so he's doing this to the masses and the leaders buy into it and they even have a somewhat unspoken agreement that will keep this in private between us,
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but we really share the same ideals. it's a shame. it's a shame that this man is allowed the latitude in america that he's allowed because he is who he is. >> it's easy for people on the right to condemn people in the left who are bigots and it's easy for people in the left to condemn people on the right. it was hard and what needs to be done is people on the left condemning bigotry from the hard left and people on the right condemning bigotry on the heart rate. it's the special obligation of people to condemn the extremists on their side of the political spectrum. >> even within your own ethnic group. blacks need to condemn bigotry by blacks. whites need to condemn bigotry by whites. we need to do it within our own confines as well. we can't say we just condemn bigotry if it's against us. if it's bias we have to condemn it as well. >> i have condemned bigotry among some jews, extremist jews
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who have expressed antiblack or anti-latino sentiments. it's the obligation of everybody to condemn this kind of bigotry no matter what the source. whether you agree with them on other issues. >> sean: i was raised catholic. the corruption of the catholic church is beyond any comprehension. it is unacceptable. people should be going to jail for the horror that they committed, the crimes, the evil that they perpetrated in the cover-up anybody involved similarly should be in jail. >> you have to praise the catholic church for its attack on anti-semitism. that was maybe a little late in coming but it has been so stron strong. but it has been so strong that today from pulpits all over the country anti-semitism is repeatedly condemned and that's a good thing. >> sean: i don't think the relationship with israel has been any closer as it is now.
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you see the submerging alliance against the hedge enemy. thank you both for being with us. when we come back, one week from tonight the election results will be pouring in. senator lindsey graham come up to wine, they are next as our coverage continues. stay with us. ♪
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>> sean: midterms just a week away. the fundamental rights that make this mirror to my country great all of the balance. due process, presumption of innocence, our economy, our safety or security. south carolina senator lindsey graham, ohio attorney general running for the governorship of ohio. mike, this is an important race for this reason. people forget these governors
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races. 2020 we get the senses and then you get all the realignment, congressional seats begin to change and then rewrite what the districts are in usually the party in power has greater say. >> it's amazing how much money is being poured into the state from the democrat side. they really recognize the importance of the governorship in 2020. they get it, so we see millions and millions of dollars coming from california and new york outside the state of ohio. >> sean: senator, you now have -- i would argue kavanaugh was a tipping point. that moment doesn't happen i'm not sure he got through. it you to the right thing, clear, moral, the justice and indignation and use both for a lot of people. are you now have been in a lot of states. i don't know who's busier, the
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president and his 11 stops before election day. i think you have probably as many. >> he's got a better plan, i can tell you that. >> sean: talk about what is resonating. immigration? not wanting to give crumbs back? the democrats desire to impeach. open borders. the kavanaugh effect? >> kavanaugh and the caravan. if you're republican and you're not excited about voting, you're legally dead. kavanaugh was an assault on everything we hold near and dear. this has been a nightmare for red state trump democrats between the kavanaugh debacle, despicable character assassination and a caravan trying to overrun our borders. whether you are a bush
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republican, trump republican, vegetarian republican, you were upset about what they were doing to brett kavanaugh. they tried to destroy this man's life. to hold up in the seat so they could fill it. they do not recognize president trump won the election and he chose a qualified person and it is resonating all over this country. it has united republicans. it has put democrats on the defensive. >> sean: on the issue of mexico, i know you got the attention of the mexican government yesterday with your comments. >> i did. i'm about to get it again if you will give me 30 seconds. >> sean: go ahead. >> i appreciate the phone call -- they do watch fox news. thank you, mr. ambassador, from mexico, calling me. i like what you say to me. it's important to keep this caravan away from the united states border. we can work on fixing the triangle countries, make their lives better and we can work together to secure both sides of the border what you need to stop this caravan. i appreciate what you said to me and keep working with tom. i think you will be a good ally.
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>> sean: if we look at ohio, no republican has ever won the presidency without winning your state and it is truly a swing state. two times voted for obama. votes for donald trump. even with the hostility i would call it of john kasich, but as the economy since donald trump has been president for the people of ohio and more specifically how do you help it? >> we would move forward. certainly move forward under president trump. if you go back eight years on my opponent richard cordray was the attorney general and ted strickland was the governor, we had lost 400,000 jobs. double digit unemployment. things were going south. today we've regained those 400,000 jobs, plus 150,000 other jobs this past year. in september to september.
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we gained more jobs, new jobs for the state of ohio then we've had for 21 years. so were moving in the right direction. what we don't want to do is go back to the tax -- >> sean: if you've got lindsey graham on your side and bill cunningham on your side you're doing pretty well. they are both great americans. we will be watching ohio closely. at one week from tonight. when we come back, rush explains why you must vote in seven days. ♪ ♪ and we'll beat the birds down to acapulco bay ♪ ♪ it's perfect for a flying honeymoon they say ♪ ♪ come fly with me ♪ let's fly, let's fly away ♪ ♪ come fly with me ♪ let's fly, let's fly away ♪
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>> sean: today rush made a wise observation about why it's imperative that we all vote. >> it is a seminal moment when a political party as its official position refuses to accept election results, and that is where we are. and that is why we are where we are. they refuse to accept it. for whatever reason, the haight trump, they don't feel good about it, it doesn't matter why,
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but they refused to accept the results. it is a horribly dangerous thin thing. and >> sean: one week from tonight you have the power to shock the world. let not your heart be troubled, laura ingraham is next. >> laura: you had a great show. anything else you want to say? >> sean: no, it's good to see you. great interview with the president last night. >> laura: happy anniversary? come on! one year on the show, i've done the show for one year tonight. >> sean: oh, happy anniversary. [laughs] >> laura: i'm going to call jill. jill will say, this is exactly what happens to me. that's sean's wife. >> sean: excuse me? you didn't wish me happy anniversary when i started my 23rd year? >> laura: what what's the 23rd anniversary,


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